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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884112801 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. SmA t Heekli VOLUME XIII. zJWv mfefia 1884. amfmal NEW SERIES.-NUMB- ER STANFORD, KY., FEIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 30& CLOSING OUT SALE .JkJT. ! w. Hayden's Store V I " ' In order to close out my Immense Stock of Dry Goods quickly for ?"'' Of ry (jroods, SIS ooo WORTH Fancy Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Clothing, i CASH, I offer at retail 'i i ' 31 Goods, etc. etc., at and below wholesale cost. A greater portion of the stock is New AND SEASONABLE, having been bought for the present season's trade, and the goods arc 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. CSe&t BgellS &se Hflteei in a limited amount and slightly damaged goods, sold regardless of cost to insure quick sales. The sale is of tail-en- d strictly for cash and no accounts will be made. J. W. HA YD EN. How Siolstin It Prepared? sealskin sacqne Few of thoe wearing hats any knowledge of the process by which the skins ara prepared for uie. 8ren when firtl taken from the animal they little re-- s sable the warm, (lossy tkina worn upon oar streets, for until dyed and cured they are of a light brown hue, coarM and full of and. Before becoming valuable they are shared down oa the flesh aide until not thicker than paper, the long hairs sre puli ed oat sad the far dieJ. The cost of the article is due to the labor expended upn it. The raw skins are sold In London, where the finishing is done, and then shipped b:c to America, where they are sold with a heTT duty added. The killing season in Alaska begins about the 12th of Jane, and the ost hundred thousand skins are usually resiy for shipment a month larsr. The work of slaughtering the animal is done by natives who lire upon the St. Paul and St. George Islands, and the process is an interesting one. When sktni are wanted the natives go to the rockeries, station them-eelve- s along the shore between the sesli and the water, and at a siren signal, spring to their feet and make as much, noise as possible. The frightened victims, timid an deer, then stsmpede up the beach, and are driven like iheep a few miles inland, until their captors attack them with hickory clubs. Beiog knocked senseless, they are elabhed with Ion?, shsrp knives, and the skins are quickly stripped from the bodier. The work is divided among the men sorre knocking the sells down, others stabblrg them and still others taking off the skins. The native Iodises number about three hundred, and under the terms of the lease are provided gratis by the company with warm houses, sixty tons of coal, a doctor and n schoolmaster, salmon and other necessities and comforts. For their labor the men are paid some $40,000 altogether each eeason, a sum more than sufficient to meet the limited needs of life in a region ct almost perpetual fogs and utter isolation fSan Francisco Chronicle. One of the happiest men in New leans yesterday was Mr. John M, Moberir, Assistant Cashier of the Mercer National Bank of Ilarrodaburp, Ky. Mr. Moberly of ticket No. was the holder of one-filtGS.9S0, which won the capital prize of $75,- 000 in the last drowing of the Lousiana n State Lottery on Tuesday last. New paper. Orh Or-lea- CUltK KUll I'ILBi. are frequently preceded by a sense of weight In th back, lotus ami lower put ot "" abdomen, earning the patient to anppois he has some affection 01 the kidneys or neighboring orgam. At time, symptoms of Indication ore present, as flatulency, uneasiness of Iho stomach, etr. A moliturr, like perspiration, producing it very dlssgretablo itching, after setting warm, li a very common attendant. Itllnd, Bteedlng and Itching Piles yield at oncv to the Application of Dr. Uounko's Tile Itomody, which acta directly npoa the parti affected, absorbing the Tumors, allaying the Intento Itching and affecting permanent cuie, Price W cent). Address the Dr. Boaanko Medietas Co:;Ttta;Oh"k).BoM by McBob-er- a Piles A Statu. Changtt of a Ctnturf Adrice to a Girl, The ninetenth century has witnessed If he is well behaved and industriou, list. J. E. Triplett will preach at Kings Mountain an next Sabbath at 11 A. rmny and very great discoveries and chang- take him Ills salary is not large, but if all tbe girls in the country waited till their es. M., aod at Smith's school houre at '2 I. M. In 1S09 Fulton took out his first patent sweethearts get large salaries marriage The Thanksgiving service at the Chris would be too much restricted for the safety tian church was well attended yesterday, for the invention of a steamboat. The first steamships which made regular of society: Every girl who marries is Kev. F.8. Pollitl preached and Iter. I. S. trips across the Atlantic Ocean were the obliged to take some chances. If she gets McElroy assisted in the service. a good husband it is the main thing If he SIrius and Great Western in 1830. The first public application to practi- is a good husband he ia a good man, and The Latett Laught. good man he will probably get Mr Blaine thinks it was the weather. cal use of gas for illumination was made in if he is a along in the world. There are some good 1802. Why not lay it on the In 1813 the streets of London were for men who do not get along, but they are (Me) Argus. good for nothing. As to the difference of the first lime lighted with gas. y Indeed, he laughs most heartily and In 1S13 there was built in Waltham, belief, that is a thing that old and very subse-quenwho laughs with the most Mav.,amill, believed to have been the religious people sometimes trouble themChiNow is the time to laugh. first in the world, which combined all the selves a great deal about, but young people cago Herald. generally agree to call it even and think We suspect Mr. Barchard oi having ac- requirements for making finished cloth from and talk about matters of more immediate the raw cotton. quired his fatal love of alliteration as the and personal intorest. The chief condition In 1790 there were only twenty-fir- e bead-lineditor of a Chicago newspaper. 1837 of a happy and succeisful marriage is a in the whole country, and up to Philadelphia Press. It is raid that when Arthur heard the the rate of postage was 25 cents for a letter strong mutual love. This given, all e'se moulds itself to the union, atd both husnews he Isughed until he tore a new pair sent over 400 miles. band and wife start out well armed for all In 1807 wooden clocks' begin to be made "pintr." Theee great men will have their by machinery. This ushered in the era of the conflicts of life. If any young lady nta (Oi.) Constitution. really wants to marry aod believes that he Tne suggestion that Mr. Carl Schutz be cheap clocks. About the year 1833 the first railroad of is the right sort of a fellow, I should say made Postmaster General is no doubt New York World. length in the United she ought to accept. prompted by his Terr successful handling any considerable Every one ki.owg the story of a gentleChicago Times. States was constructed. of the Mulligan Letters. In 1810 the experiments in photography man's asking Lord North who "that frightThe rooster has nlready retired from the were made by Diguerre. ful woman was," and his lordship's answerjournalistic field. Henceforth, until furAbsut 1840 tbe first express business was ing, "That is my wife." The other, to rethe turkey will be the royal ther notice, established. pair the blunder,, said, "I did not men bird of America. -- Philadelphls Press. The anthracite coil business may be said her but that monster next to her " ' Oh," The Kev. Dr. Burchard is personally to have begun in 1820. said Lord North, "that monster is my one of the gentlest and most harmlcts of In 1830 the patent for the invention of daughter." With this story Frederick men. The banana, by the way, is matches wss granted. Robinson, in his usual absent, enthusiastic and moat harmless of fruit, but it Steel pens were Introduced for use In way, was one day cntertaing a lady whom Phil- 1803. makes mischief when out of place. ho eat next to at dinner, and Icl the lady adelphia Call. The first successful trial of a reaper took was Lady Charlotte Linear tbe mora'erin Judging from tho rate at which crama place in 1 833. London StandarJ. queitbn. torics are multiplying there will be a creIn 1846 Eliai Howe obtained a patent Of the 41 democnts who votel with the mation candidate for President in 188S. for his first sewing machine. republicans sganst the Morrison Bill, 22 Philadelphia "Burn this." Platform: The first successful method of making been left at home by tbe la'e elecTimes. vulcanized India rubber was patented in have tion and 10 re elected. The tepubllcans . The scientific analysis of the process of 1830. who voted for the bill have all been redissolution, as made by Dr. Breadaleys, In Formosa there is not much sickness, elected. The four republicans who voted makes it clear whence comes this physical but when a man is ill the string him up for the bill hare been re elected. Of the who voted for the measure, and montal etherization. Tho defects in by the neck and let him down quickly. 151 democrats while of 91 or 60 per ceat. are nutrition lead to a devitalization of the This generally kills or ceres him, and if the 41 who Voted against it, only 10 or 40 blood and this generates carbonic acid. The the former, his death is celebrated by a per cent are reelected. The facts are signipoison of thie gas, when it becomes fixed in general spree. At twenty-on- e a young man ficant. St. Louis Republican. the cells of the body, numbs the sensibility is provided with a wife, but until the age Positive Cure for Piles, of the nerves, and this paralysis creeps on of forty he must not visit her openly. He To the people of tbta county we would aay that until it overcomes the farthest threads of may do so stealthily, however, and if he we have been glren the agency ol Dr. Marcblil'i sensation. During the "progress of this doesn't like her he can get a divorce in Itallta Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed to cure or niooey Internal, dissolution of tho nervo force, this creeping about ten minutes. A man often marries Blind, BloeJtng or refunded Piles. Prtea External, Itching 60 centt on of the numbness of death, the individufoui or five times a year. No children a box. No cure, no pay. Penny A McAUater, Druggtsta. al is rapidly passing into a condition of born before the mother has reached repose, and instead of torture or pangs a ven tire in any case permitted to live Daughters, Wires and Mothers. degree of self satisfaction oft approaching We emphatically guarantee Dr. MarcbUl'a One Bottle instead of a Dozen, tbollcau, a female remedy, to cure Fetnale.Dlscai-c- , to enthuaissm is realizsd." auch aa Orarlan troubles, Inflammation and And it took only one bottle to do It," said a gentleman, speaking ot Parker'a Hair Balaam. I Ulceration, Falling and dliplacomint or bearing THIS IDEA OF GOING WEST and when I got well of that my down feeling, Irregalarlttlea, Barrenness, Change to Colorado or New Mexico, for pure air to reliere bad a run of ferer betides many weakneasea hair began to fill out to fast a to alarm me. I of Life, Leucorrho-s- , Consumption, li nil a mistake. Any reasonable man to do until one days prleglng from tbe abore, like Headache, BloatMould u Dr. Bosanlo's Cough and tungSjrup for really didn't know whit Hair Balsam.' What ing, Spinal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous deComumptlon In alt III flrtt stagei. It neer falla friend aald, 'Try I'arktr's surprised me wai tbe fact that one bottle was bility, Palpitation of the Heart, Ac. For aala by to gire relief la all cases of Cougha, CclJi, Bronto uie up a doien." Clean, druggiita. Prices ft and ft 60 per bottle. Send chitis, Paint in the Chest and all affectloni that are enough. I expected highly perluuied, not oily, not a 'dye. Restores to Dr. Marchlil, Utlca, N. Y for pamphlet, free. SO cents considered prlmaryJoConsuuiptlon.rrlce, sale by Penny A -cat?-Portland pro-prrlce. e post-officfan.-Atlathirty-se- ftEUGIOVS: ' Saw Mill For Sale! ofler for eals (privately) my Saw Mill, altuated on Bruih Creek, in Casey county, Ky. The Engine la stationary; Boiler 40x21; Engine 10x20: Counter Shaft 21 feet. Edging Saw and Grist Mill atn and tached. The property la TWO FARMS FOR SALE. I offer for sale two farms, lying on the StsnaeuJ. and Somerset Dike, one containing UM Ares. oo- hairmlleeastof Waynesburg Station, as. K.B., and one ot l&S Acres, 1 mile north of aatd statlsas. Considerable fruit, planty of water, Umber, Ac Imprerements fair. Terms eaay. 291-2- m Having determined to change my builnesa, I Ib Good Ittmnlng; Ordjcr. Wayneebnrg, Ky. Timber plenty and accessible. I would be willing to exchange for good farm atock, auch as Make, Horses, Cattle, Ac. Persona wishing to engage in the lumber busito ness will flnJ a good opening by IWMf UVOIK tfoGAK, Ky. UuatonTiUe, Cr. F. Peaooolc iratfe. IbaaaT. as Jfaw K1 T0 a dats.I iHiriurt, iTmttsalalCo. OIiIij. . t has uVcn the letd fa the tales or Uui cUit at remedies, aact his rirn Lmot aairmtl taufsc-Uo- a, THE DRUGGIST. HUSTONVILLE, - Is PrepariBg for a LWoly Samitur His line of goods, In exsry variety usnally House of the kind, is In a nrst-clalarge and complete. v tK H ttrswikju CSnatnaatl,npjHH Jl tht Ictliaz MU cinaaofihe oUd4fa. A. U SMITH. Undford, ra, amoag Puis. Tex Qhatwoa lbs firor of public ani now ranks MURPHY BROS.. trie ib. airaasaaiTa Cincinnati, O., and Indianapolis, ina., dealers in oieinway x eons-- , uecxer oroa.', Haines. J. A C. Fischer. Voae A. Boni'. Baldwin Co.'a Cottage, Upright and Square Piano Fortes; also the Ester, tinonlnger and Hamilton Orzaca. Instruments autd at price and terms to suit purchasers. Don't give your orders till you get our prices ana terms, marine, Ky. IiOuUTllte, Judicious Alterations in the Internal rangements 8eonre Boom Comfort and Better Display. Particular attention is called to Ar- O. Iff. Baldwin & Co., KV., rosi-omc- e, i A Large) and Elegant Addition Stock of Jowolry, And articles o vettn. ta tk - secured, and Oareata. and Trade-Marall other patent causes in tbe Patent Oftte and be fore tbe Courts promptly and carefully attended, to. Uuon recelnt oi model or sketch ol Intention, I mike careful examination, and adrlse at to patentability free of charge. t'een moderate, and I make no 01111176 in atctirett. Information, tiiiffM adrice and special references sent on application ks I?TEIVT jtnf Near V. 8. Patent Office. & -- The Direct Route to it St. Louis & the West Northwest and Southwest by the way of JLOUISVIXLE or CINCINNATI. lorLou- mean direct ronnectlon at those points with tbo Light ning Express on toe unio a ausiisuppi ror at Louis and all points West. IjITTKI.I., J, It.Washington, D. C, All Trains SaS.D'sS8rtass. CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RY. Kentucky's Route TOR - East 1 A TTniiin Only from LouUtIUo or Clncia-JL- U HOUrS natf to 8t. Louts, being two bouxe quicker than any other line, glrlng our psxseages for meals and first choco of Boats (n train time going West, Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. runnings PULLMAN NEW'SLEEPINO GABS The only line i2Hours Quicker 'Hfesfe ine going by way Zt Chicago. O. & M. Always makes A SOLID TEAIN raoM Fast Time and Sure With all Lines st Cox-neotio- ns Louisville, Cincinnati nnd Iiex. lugtem, tty., WASHINGTON CITY. Connecting in aame depot with Cut trains or St Louis and Intermediate Points. No Ferries! NoOiuulhasTra icrs: The Direot Routo to Lynchburg:, Dan ville. Horfolk, All Virginia and North Carolina and li.WL bM llliltoWrt's ASUgg. original clor. For McAlUter, Drugjtats. For fall and reliable information I. mnl ia Land, Ac, in tbe Western Slates, Uapi. Ouidaa and lowest special rates ior Tickets and UoBseteM Points. For tickets and further information, apply to Hoods to all pointa West caU on or addrras your Bearcat ticket office, or aJdreaa Passenger Ag't Ohio A Mississippi Hallway, W. 1. fixso, W. E. ARNOLD, Uarrodsnrx, Kj-Advertising Agt, Ticket and Pass, art., W. PEAIJODY, W. a. HUA1TUC, aas roartti Awe., LoulsrlUe, X.r Uea'i Pass. Agt, Prei't and Oen'l Mau'gr, O.W. SMITH. U. W. rOMsSB. C. W. PAWS, Central Psuenge Agent, Oen'l Pass'r Ag't. Oea'IMaoacer, Cincinnati, Obis. Bfcaasotxi. Virginia. Connections made In Union Depot, BL Looi with trains of lines going West, Northwest sad Southwest. Jl you are going West to any point, rail oa or witto to the understgued. Sft-atttMgIntmorgonr- nri Stanford, Ky., -- November 28, 1884 GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. is a table of, the official Lancaster. It has been a vote in the 8lh District. Tho democrats did have something to give it ad soon as long time coming but we be thankful for this year, but what about it was reported to Frankfort: the other fellowt? The following DOItPT FORGED DR. BOURNE -- OF- for the Leap Year Party W. P. WALTON. at Franklin Institute, last night, indicated B. V Ib a raoro popular man than Bolvn Lookwood ovor waa. Bolvn got oni COUNTIES. that it would be a grand success. ly ono voto In Lincoln County; tho Dr. gota tho Bupport of ull tho I Km. Anderson, alias "Agent," a demoGood Looking Lndlcs; tho ugly ones trado olsowhoro.) Gem. 8IIEHMAN, having cowardly attackcratic negro, died very suddenly last week. KUASOIVSz-I- Ie linn bran NimrKlliiK A'w GooiIn, noIIh cheap, ed a man when he is down by saying: "Jeff A local subscription furnished funds for ami kIyvn u IiiiiuInoiiio pair-o- l vukch to fliu Imly who llrnt nioiii 1189 601 0 21 Darin was not a tecwsionist. He wa3 a Anderson BOOTS & SHOES, 1119 013 orl.i'N ami ropcatH nt tliu 'cvr Druj; More IIiIh IImI: ; I2B2 I2S3 hia decent interment. .... Ilorl123 1234 12 conspirator. 1 have seen a letter from Jef- (i a rn e3 23 10.10 11063 IOCS 1066 rd Medicines or All Kindt, Hotllei for the Hatle, Srlrei for Tickling, Thecitirens of Lancaster will make SOLD BT- can- - Jackson. 291 CC! 21 2S9 CM ferson Davis to a man whose name I I.lnlmenU, I'aleut MrdlclneJ, Holiday Uootii, 1 9 1187 031 every effort to have the Collector's Office 112 oil is a Uotted Slates Jessamine 1 846 104; 21 Wood l'urlflerv S2I 1011 not mention, because he Couth Mixture, Laurel Hair llenewari, 141 1079 kept here. also furnish sevThe town will is;; 1078 6 65 Toilet Soi, l'acc I'owdera, Face Pudi, Senator. In that letter he paid he would Lincoln 3 S3 2393IKW3 i203 2106 Madison (llaue for Falling t'y, I Toilet Bete, Clitari lortlie (lentlcuitn M 1501 1169 eral appllcints for the electorship. 1496 1101 16 Lee's army against any State that Mercer turn C'oml)t, 8 Hair Ollr, Hair PruaLra, & The brick masons began work Wednes733 9JS night recede from the Southern Confeder- Owsler CM UOS Ilockrutle Tooth Bruihe. Clothra Itroihu, F.lnt llruiuo, Miller's new 1971,1174 day morning on Col. W. 8. 1932,1228 writes a letter to the re- Shelby acy, Mr. Davis Memorandum Hooka, l'oeket llxiki, 870 318 Spencer. hotel. This Hotel when completed will be l'eoeili, .DiTfloifi, Ink, publican in which he says. "This public This table shows that Cleveland's total one of the prettiest in Central Kentucky. Ijhhj, Chltunejri, assault under the covert plea that it is basIn refereiico to tho valuo of tlicso Feather Duittrs, lUton, rocket Knltei, Pfonitfi, Took Hubble, who is reported to have ed upon information, which regard for a vote in the district la 14,559 and Llaine's re- Violin 8trlui:, Hlatva, Willing, battle celebrntetl 13onts ami Shoes wo 8tatea Senator does not permit him 13,023, a majority for Cleveland of 1,031 lost $500,000 on Blaine in the recent United Chalk Crajoua. Inilruuienti lor the allllcteJ, and a gain over Hancock of 153, which of the baliots, is making a lively deal in spectfully refer you to tho following Fainti, . Mixed Falnta, Varnlihei, to present, will to honorable minds.'.suggest cattle and hoja trying to retrieve his shat- gentlemen who have bought then and 8moklrK' ToUcco fur thprandinothtra, Hint (feed, the idea of irresponsible slander." He con- shows that the Eighth did her duty if the tered fortune. In tliort, anything you want, etn tilt lie a good looking clerk know their merit. Tho list ia taken to say that the allegation of hia ever balance of the State lagged behind. St. tinues Mr. W. Burdslde, whose drug etorc at from memory nnd of courao many baring written such a letter as is described John received 361 votes and Butler CS. assertion Assuming that the vote for McCreary and this place was closed recently by his credit- names aro omitted: is unqualifiedly false, and the will probably in a short time go to lv. E. Barrow, that ho had any purpose or wish to destroy Sebastian are the same as that received by ors, Ows- Texas to live. He is a good diuggisl and a the liberty and equal rights of any State Cleveland and Blaine in Spencer and T. D. Nowlaud, Lancaster will miss clever gentleman. either Noith or South, is a reckles, shame ley counties, (the rest are official) McCreaSaniford Irwin, He concludes: "If Gen. ry 's majority is 2.0SG, a gain over Thomp- him. leas falsehood. The residence of B. M. Burdett on F. D. Albright, .Sherman hafl access to any letters purport-Jb- b son two years ago of 1,219. Danville street was sold at public auction DKAI.EU IN James Dudderar, teen written bv me which will to h NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. on Wednesday bv Col. J. W. Poor, True- mm prouuee IIoi-nNmlillCM, .sustain hia accusations, lei NIiol'h, IlHrtlWHre, II. C. Bright, Groceries tee, and was bought by H C, Kauflman for Blaine's plurality in Michigan is ilicm or bear the brand of a base slande- rNuIIm, freu, Queeiirware, HiiRgy Whips J. E. Bruce, purchase is considered a bar$3,000. The 040. HitKKy WheelM, Movch, llarucHM, C'hiic MIIIh, F. J. Curran, South Carolina gave Cleveland a plu- gain.The NpoItCH, GratcH, of Rsv. Mr. Goodloo on Cider .Mil Ik, I,ap Cover, exceedingly strange how some men lecture is Ed. Carter, rality of 4S.157. lCiniR, "Robert Burns" delivered to the pupils of Stoneware, Corn NhcllerH, Collnns aacti come to their deaths. For instance, C. E. Martin, The official democratic plurality in In- Garrard Female College on last Friday couple we read in yesterday's paper that a diana is 0,447. Geo. T. McKoberts, Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Wooden and evening at the Presbyterian church is slid of brothers went coon hunting near HamA handsome monument of the late by those who heard it to have been of the W. T. B. Whito, Cast Fnmpi, and the Celebrated Hayfield Elevator. Tin RoofingIV. Va , and becoming tired built a fire lin, Bishop Kavanaugh is being erected at Cave highest interest. Isaac Phillips, Guttering will havo prompt attention. -and against a large tree and went to sleep. The Cemetery. The handling of the tobacco crop is tree burned off and falling across them Hill Rev. II. C. Morrison, t John llrluht.Jr. Sanford Egbert was fatally stabbed with causing considerable stir. Several city they were Instantly killed. In Arkansas, John S. Murphy, , by Thomas Dobson, color- warehouses have sent agents to this county. a butcher-knifa farmer named Julius Kabb, it is said, Craig Lynn, ed, at Frankfort. Mr. R. P. Hare, representing the Falls wm instantly killed by a meteor which deVerThe House of representatives of Smith Baughman, City Tobicco Warehouse, was here several scended through a tall tree, cutting the defeated the local option liquor li- days this week: Mr S. A Walton is the Eld. Joseph Ballou, off and then passing through Rabb'a mont limb bill-1- 23 to 72. only local purchaser. Dr. IIurIi Reid, vbody from the shoulders obliquely and cense The annual report of the Controller of was dug up Mr. H. C. Kauffman has moved his buried itself in the earth. It Judge 31. C. Saufley, asd found to be composed of iron pyretes the currency, shows that them are 2,671 law office into the new Higginbotham George Logan, banks in existence. building, N. W. corner of Public Square. of the six! of a teacup. The dispatch National Dr. J. G. Carpenter, child of Henry Gil- Messrs. Palmer & Leavell will occopr the A aUtes thai great alarm is felt over the DtllKU IX John Boaley, matter and people are looking for cavea in bert, in Jessamine, caught fire from an commodious store room in the new HigginA. R. Penny, botham building with a hardware store. to hide their heads from this new open grate and burned to death. which Drugs, Books, Stationery and William Biker, a mountain desperado, Applicants for the Pottoffice are quite Judgo J. M. Philips, danger. Fancy Articles. had his intestines cut out at Jellico, Wed- numerous and belong to bath sexes. The Peter Carter, Vfs fear that it will be some time before nesday. It ia hoped that he will die. salary is $1,000 ver year. The term of Pbyilctana' rrftcrlplloni accurately compounded. W. E. Varnon, she Chesapeake & Nashville E. R. is built-JHAlw The official vote of this State it: Col. Anderson, the present incumbent, will Huntington told the Owensboro Mu Cleveland, 152,767; Blaine, 118,674; Butler, W. F. McClary, doubt1S55. jojjerthat "Just at present the outlook for 1,055; St. John, 3,100. Democratic majori not expire until Oil. 14, make a It is PostJohn Bright, Sr., ful if his snccesor will better railroads is unpropitious, and li sliding new ty over all, 29,322 master. Willie B. Walton, The Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, especially so in Kentucky, where, through R. R. West and family have quit houseLast Monday evening 'fifty masked John Dudderar, Jewelry and Silverware the Legislature and Railroad Commiraion, men entered the jail at Montague, Texas, keeping and taken rooms at Mrs. Du rant's. Tom Stone, that kind of property has been threatened by breaking down the door and released all Joel Walker moved into the premises vaErer brought to thli market I'rlrra Lover than Walche. Clock i and Jevelf r Ite-Ibe Charles Crow, with unjust discrimination nnd arbitrary the piisoners, twelve in number. cated by Mr. West. Capt. Bjn. F. Hudson palrtd oo aboil notice and Warranted. iaterference. His quite evident to me M. Bruce, Rev. J. takes possession of the Walker farm recentThe Alabama Legislature thatao long aa these burdensome statutes James L. Pugh to the United States Senate. ly purchased by him. Mrs. J. C, Humber G. G. Helm, remain, and the temper of legislation is He received the unanimous vote in the has moved to the Hudson property. Master Peyton, hostile to railroads, it will bs nece'sary for House and all but one in the Senate. Positively the largest stock of Dia J. A. Harris, the people of Kentucky to expect less Parson Hicks, who furnished Christian monds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware and Zan Dudderar, and to put consolation to Guiteau and inherited his ef- Musical Instruments of any housa in Kenirom Eastern capital, own money into these enter-prise- s fects, has been appointed Surveyor-Gener- al Reuben Williams, more of their tucky. I have the largest stock and can if they desire to have more railroads. Wm. Carpenter, make you lower prices than any other of Florida by President Arthur. President Arthur has done the hand- house. Fcr every $1 worth of goods you D. B. Ilollzclaw, ICenttjcky did not do her full doty for D. Perkins, Cleveland and does not deserve much in some thing in inviting Mr. Cleveland to buy from now till Jan. 1st, you get chance Gebrgo Penny, the disposition of the "spoils." She only make the White House his home while free in a $200 Mandoline Musical Box with gay Wm 2,312 votes more than shedid Han. preparing for the ceremonies of inaugura 16 inch cylinder. Remember the place P. H. Carter, J. C.Thompson's Jewelry House, opposite cock, which is much lees than the natural tion. E. C. Walton, Lancaster, Ky. The following gives the names of the JBcreaeo in four years, nis vote too was OI3A.X.13HH IN- A. F. Evans, Mr?. Maria Granger has returned fcom 6533 less than Tilden'a in 1870. On States that have supplied the Presidents, Drug", Wluex. Wall Paper, Mimical i Thomas House, the other hand, the republicans gave Blaine and the number of years each has had this New York and is at Judge Owaley's. Mr. IIookH, ClieuilcnlH, Liquor IiiHtriicmentM, 30 yean; Massachusetts, John H. Woodcock is killing bjnra and (' CfeitrH, Huff. Dudderar, Stationery, PuintK, 11,5)90 more votea than Garfield, whose honor: Virginia, l'oeket Tolmceoft, Noapx, Cutlery, OIK rote wai previously the highest ever re- 8; Tennessee, 10; New York, 10J; Ohio, 4; deer in Pulaski. Mr. H. T. Logan will Daniel Stagg, Jr., JLuiupH, Perfumery, Fire- ArniM, IrfaehlH Louisiana, 1; New Hampshire, 4; Pennsyl- leave for Cincinnati in a short time to acby a republican in this State. Cleveceived R. B. Woods, Needleo. vania, 4; Illinois, 12; total (17S9 to 1885) cept a position as drummer for a wholesale land's majority over Blaine ia 34,033 Our JoiTclrT, Sllrcrunrn and Optical Moods Department is la Charge of Col, Richard Orr, Miss Mary Annie Wilmore, of 90. house. Thos. Mchnrus, who will Itcpnlr Watches and Clocks Promptly and In tho best Thanksgiving day originated with the W. P. Walton, style. W. W. Crawford, Cherapeake & Ohio Nicholasville, is visiting Miss Mamie Olds. who set aside one NewEagland christians A. K. Denny, brakeman, formally wedded Miss Kate Chas. M. Randall, of London, Ky., was day in each year to give thanks to God for McCann at Lexington, Ky., Monday night. down on business this week. Aleck Davis, Richard Cobb, hia continued blessings. Since 1SG2, the When telegraphed, owing to auspicious formerly in business here, but now travelR. T. Mattingly, 4th Thursday in each November has been rumors, Columbus Chief ol Police answered ing for a Cincinnati firm was here Thurs' W. J. Daugherty, Appointed by Presidential proclamation as that Crawford's legal wife is in Ohio's cap-iU- l, day. Miss Allie Dunn, of Richmond, is of Thanksgiving. A few go to Dr. 3L L. Bourne, a 'iky aod the railroader will be tried for visiting friends here. W. R. Marrs has thanks but the church and actually bI Wm. Daugherty, gotten bick from the West and will go in bigamy. majority of people scuflh around to secure John W. Bastin, The official registers of the Govern business here with his father. Mr. A. II. AND a We dinner, with turkey aa the leading ment show that there are 12,717 civilian Rice, who has been in the grocery business F. M. Flenner, dish. employee of the General Government at at Danville, and Mr. W. L. Withers, of ! John Ferguson, One bad effect of a change in adminis- Washington attached to the various Execu- his place, have purchased of R. S. Hasel-de- n Geo. Dunn, tration ia the resurrection of the old politi- tive departments, to the Government A Full and complete UHNor Juient of Furniture, embracing or his stock of hardware and will occupy Ken-tack- y W. H. Higgins, Printing-offic- e cal corpses all over the country and in and several commissions of his new building. erytkliiK from tho Cheapen! to the Finest Parlor Nnltcft. Ne Mike Elkin, especially. Old hacks whom every- bureaus not directly responsible to any one need to k to the large cHIch to make your purcliHHCH, no matter MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. aud probably it department. Walker McKinney, body thought were dead Of this numher 5,840 are what quantity quality you uant, an I can anil trill duplicate Managed by Jno. B. Fish. would be beit if they were, are hobbling clerks, drawing salaries ranging from $900 Robert Ferguson, auy prlccH you can obtain eluewhere, freight being added. Aluo serenely up everywhere, calling for any- to $1,800. The remainder includes officers W. F. McKinney, a full assortment of CoHIiih, Civch, NhroudH nnd ISobcw, embracJames Minolta is preparing to open up postofficj to a dis- appointed by the President, chief clerks thing from a cross-roiing all the New Styles, both cheap and c.xpciiHive. Ware roenm Boss Dillion, a barber shop at this place. oppoNite Nt. AHiiph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. trict collectorship of internal revenue. and others, whose salaries exceed $1,810 Wild ducks are beginning to make John Bright, Jr., Verily it is a day of resurrection. per annum and persons receiving salaries their appearance on the creeks and ponds H. J. Darst, in this vicinity. A TAYLOR'S .dER It'ib foolish enough to bet money on the ranging from $900 to $1,800. Jno. S. Owaloy, Boss Cly . . The yonng ladles of this place are ar Co. elections, but it is absolutely disgusting to WILLOW DROVE. v.i j r. USTr, Ann una James A. Carpenter, betters mn w- try. ranging to have some necceseary improve read of someof the curious freiks of Spears Fisher was given a delightful(?) ments made on the interior of the church. Adam Pence, CHAMBERSDURO.PA. that now appear daily in the papers. The lrMHBaVp4UMurkt? Jack Adams, Jr , is ablo to be at his J. E. Florenco, old wheelbarrow act cornea In tor its full charavari on Tuesday night. His bride is Fivo Awards at the Louisville ExposV tion in 1883. Mr. M. R. Moore is share of the business, but pethapa the worst a handsome lady and it is said looks too store this morning sfcjjcr-Matt. Hutchinson, Blaino and in young to be the wife of a mao 53 years of getting around again after a sickness of feeling fool ib he who bet on MmstONr, c, Unvlnea from 2 to 250 bona power. tiar Mllli froir Gabe Walters, (200 to the Urgeit ttaudaril alze. l'or!ati! Corn about 3 weeks. consequence has had to have his hair and age. Mllli fmm tin North Carolina Mill Btona Co., tho "fr-r-Robert G. Hail, a?4 x9i n Mrs. J. S. Hundley nee Miss Laura heit Mllli In the world for linking weal for table Willis Adamj, Sr., of l'aiut Lick was eyebrows shaved off. use. Write for prlcej. Addreai II. Ballou, Engleman, who has been dangerously ill in town yesterday. Miss May Adams was of the N. "., L. E. Puesident Jewett, is a up from Stanford this week. Miss Maggie for some weeks, incident to child-birt- h, Rov. A. C. Nowland, GEO. D. WK.1REW, & Vf.'R. B- who has been getting $40,000 little better at this writing. Miss Emma Spradlin is home from Bell Seminary till Addio Kiug, GENERAL AQT., P. HAMTON, for ten years has resigned. Brother Jowett Dodd, whose leg was broken just below the Miss Delta Hear-ticJesso Walters, after Thanksgiving. Traveling Agent. Htanpobd, K is evidently no hog, for he seems to know Biiionim EAtirn. knee by a runaway horse, several weeks Miss Kate J. II. Bright, of Louisville, is when he has enough. since, has been in a rather precarious con- Stuartof this place. Chas. Dunn, Miss Dr. Leo F. Huflman, The Court of Appeals has sustained dition but is slowly improving. The niitu who tried to take a free ride G-XSCald-wel- l, Ruth DePauw ia teaching school for Miss on the K, C. train nt Livingston last SatAnd a lost of others. tho decision granting $300 to Mrs. jail at this place He ntill from tho Louisville Commercial be Emma at Willow groye during her illness. urday, is it was in The Buell stock is tanned by tho another '"feller," who ran Bys that law-yher twins Geo. In a conversation with a Lancaster cause it said she had iramed long timo cold liquor pro-cesthe can off the track. He was taken down -the other day he told me that Judge to Livingston for trial Monday, but some O. Barnes and Jesus Christ. AXDthereby producing soft and pleas W.A. Pledger, colored, Chair-m- M.H.Owsley, Editor M. D. Hughes and of his witnesses were abnent and his examHod. ant wearing material. Auy method called a meeting of the Colored Cashier Joe. P. Sandifer were all quite ination was put off until Friday , New Orleans, Dec. anxious to stand in Col. W. J. Landram'rf sf From the present till Dec. 1st there that will tan stock in ten to thirty viinnl rvimmlttro at town. Mr. removals in colored shoes, or in other words they rre desirous will be severalhas moved to our country to days in order to make it cheap will 1 7, to consider the situation of the the Jan. I. White A Large Stock ortho following of filling the Revenue offico be now holds the farm recently owned by Colby Hays. unavoidably destroy its life, and when people under the Democratic party. citi-ae- na and that the chinas to win were In Satfdi. Mr. J.S. Reppert's family will occupy the Some thirty five or forty of our tho oil used in dressing evaporates tho will be house vacated by Mr. White. J. W. Brown were served with warrants last week fer'a favor. IIugheHistheman.it will move to to the propsrtv which Mr. leather becomes hard and brittle. A for neglecting to pay the required dog tax remembereJ, who refused to anto up when Reppert leave?. Mr. C. W. Adams hi s Binglo thought should conviuco you Baker Grain Drills, Buckeye Drain Drills, ,)f $1.50. Tho fines and costs ran from $8 the republicans called on him to do so rented his properly to C. W. Ping. McSherry Grain Drills, Hoosier Grain Drills, that notwithstanding tho difference in Richmond Herald. while bo was watching a still. house some o $10 in each case. McIlOHKUTS fc BTAGU, Kalaiazoo Harrows Tbe Courier- - Journal has sent a special time since, but he would probably be will, (li Prnggltts, who are nlwa looking alter tho prico, you can better afford to buy Champion Sulky Plows, Champion Steel Beam Plows. Cider Mills, Oano Mills, Cane Mills., Evaporators, Teed Gutters", representative to tho plague cursed region ing to promote the cause of democracy by Interest ul their customers, hare now teeured the Buems Boots and SnoEs. ofVirginia and Kentucky and he finds so doing. Taking the habits of these gen- sale of I)i. IJoMnko'a Cuujjli nml Lung Sjrrup, a rem-.-- I Buggies, Cnrringoo, Surroys, Bpring Wagons, Farm Wagons, &o. GEO. H. BRU0E & J'slqs In the it can falls to ciiro tluit that while the reports are very much exag- tlemen into consideration, would be said Climt, midnever I.una; AtJactlotx. Colli, prtflf OiiaV, For all suit part that an office of that kind Solo Agents for Buoll's Boots & Shoes, A few Slollne nnd Fund and ZIntdley Sulky Plow nt T,ens than atiatrs is llejiibr slse SO centa try a free tan pi bettl ie rattd the utatJ ot is appalling wretcneu. of the crowd really well. Sketaw. foftt to close out. STANFORD, KY. number of 'loath Preparation ' i BDELL &G0. nin Tugc- - eva DRUG- - STORK ML GEO. H. BRUCE 'B Kf I l'.r, ()), 4 J k W. H. HIGGINS -u It 4 "'""""" e TATE & PENH V PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS. old -- M'ROBERTS&STAGG Opera House Block, Stanford, Ky., post-offic- t - Afs iii r UNDERTAKER, Xealei 'in 1711 vnitiiire v mm Taylor Manufacturing v sny .ir1 - k, 5Q5R; D. WEAREItf, er s, COMMISSION MERCANT n. . -- MANUFACTURERS' AGENT. j- - 00., The mil ;l(AI iniimnTiiiui I'Ukk Sordini in uiolartcK ut Bright & CurrnnV. A riiFHll nvortmenl of plnln and fitncjr fj. S. Myora. Htantord, Ky November 28, 1884 catullos jitKt received, I HAvr. a nicH HHoitmcnt of tnble cut- lery wich I will sell very cheap, 8. K. Mr- LAN. LOCAL TIME C4RD. 1 1 50,000 democratic State of Kentucky; that ably continue the remainder thlsi la the land nnd this the Slate Ibwing and nil of next of this week i The hop at the Opera House Wedneswith milk nnd hone), and Mr. Ottenhelmer tells me that there are new arrivals every day nuhi was a most delightful efhir nnd was largely attended by our young people week. with Mr. F. A. Fell-me- r, Wolf & Trosi furnished the music. I was talking y the Secretary ol the Kentucky State Tne Bella Moore Mountain Pink era. He came from Company was greeted wild n. small auBureau of Emigration. 1111 train going North- .12 43 r. M. ' Houth ' .,..l M p, u. M ..... The Kink will be open to night. A good Leipslc, Saxony, about 27 years ago, and is dience Monday night, although the perEiprea strain" Houth .. ... l a.m. eier-ci- e quite enthusiastic in praise of this country, i ' Norn formance wan of more than ordinary merit. .. I 45 A. m. crowd patronized the Thanksgiving yeiterdnjr afternoon. We observed Thanksgiving Thursday, expressing also his preference above all Ttia aborola calculated on standard time, Holar tlmel ..tout SO nil outw faster amith fliop, dwelling home and other States for Kentucky, ilis conversa- some with both doors closed and some with Black LOCAL NOTICES. garden on panic lot, for rent, near the depot. tion shows him to be a man of wonderful one open. A certain law office on the ability and what he says has considerable South aide of Main Street was sealed to ' Buy jour reboot book from Tale A Apply to Vf. H. Uigelna. weight among hi brethren. smaller game than $1,000 clients. erinr. Tun nicest and urgent assortment of tea Mr. Richard Foley has imported a lot Mr. Frnnk J. Way man, representing the IlHMxitTAUTEiw for school book at Mo cake and jumbles ever brought to this Blaokpool (England) lima, was here to- of rock salt from Europe. It is almost as KobcrUAStngR'f. " day, and says ho Is continually writing to hard aa rock and impervious to the weather NKirakadet of read mixed paint for market at 8. 8. MyerV. iprlng trade At McRobcrta & Stags'. spot and very convenient to place in pastures is his paper that The bluck cake season is now here. Go of the world. Kentucky the favored Watchfb and Jewelry repaired on hort for the use of stock. When understood it to Warren & Metcall' for new citron, rain notice and warranted by lain it renny. It is wonderful to observe what implicit is likely to become very popular with catA complete Mock of jewelry, l.lct ins, currants, nut and spice of all kinds. confidence all of the Swiss and. German tle men. Ktjle. lUckfonl watcbe n specialty. Tate fc Penny. Mr. Phillip Phillips is to be here Dec. New Clotiiino Stoue Mr Bin Cohen, pat In Mr Otteobelmer. He is consulted DounLE anil single barrel shot guns of Louisville, well and fayoiably known by every ono of them in all of their bust-ncf- 3 1st and 21 with a show he calls "Song ii from $3 to 3100. Aluo amintipi here, ha rented the store room in the luatrated and tours illuminated under powtransaction-- , and I speak upon the lion of nil kind at McKobertx , BlBpi'". JoUHNAT. building and will open of n countless number of Americans erful lime light." A picture of Mr. Philup a big lot of clothing at once. when I slate that he is worthy ol all the lip is on the posters which (the picture PERSONAL trmt they put in him The following res- not the posters look enou jh like Prof. I year old Mm F&oiiEXi'E EiTiM U vinitlng in Death. Little Ksbecca, th . olutions passed by th'em here but Birbour, ol Central University to be his daughter of Mrs. Lou Shanks, died yestertown. twin brother. faintly expresses the feeling of the Swis Tub pretty Mi Kite Kdclirj, of day of diphtheria. The night before she and Germans: An Amateur "Old Folks" concert is Boyle, i with Mr. Geo. II. Bruce. sni running around with usual life and in We, the settler of the Germtn and Swiss announced for this, Thursday night, Mas iIaiuukt Cami'jieli. returned to 1'J hour she was a corpse. The blow is a Farm-Implemen- ts colonies, assembled at Crab Orchard, this at the Opera House. The following is the daughter' in Texas Wednesday. one to her lovging mother. Msy revere her thanksgiving day desire to express our en- programme: 'YeOulde Folke Concerte. SItM Mattik Royalty, a Cue coun God temper it. Burial nl Buffalo Cemetery Hall yclept, tire satisfaction with the success of the col- To be attended at ye Pub-lic1 o'clock today. ty belle, is the of Mr. nnd Mm. at ony and we are asiured that the manage- Ye Opera House in ye goode town of DanMill Hptar Fuller. When the charivari pirty called on ment Is in the hands of such competent ville on ye day of Thanksgiving, at night, John M, Ciiaio from Centre nnd Sear Fisher the otber night, he was gentlemen, that our further welfare is eafr. in ye year ofourLorde, 1881. George Penny from Georgetown College, afraid to come out of hi den, ns he had We find the climate healthy, soil good, Your correspondent is unable at this came home to trend Thanksgiving. heard that the boya had determined to price of land cheap and all other arrange- writing to say whether Archie Denny, Jno. Mb. and Mn. T. T. Dati ws went to take him to town whether or no. Jle final- ments satisfactory. We are all at ease that Ricketts and Louis Faulconer ar,e or are Lexington Wednrr-dav- , the former to con-cu- lt ly sent them a lot of refreshment and they our labor will be well rewarded and a good not through with their trials for selling a a physician about hi chronic neuralwent of much to hi relief, though he say homestead guaranteed to us. small quantity of whisky to a negro named gia. he i much obliged to them for their fine John Kern, from Sixony, Erieh Bremer, Price. A friend Kays, however, that he Miw. Wll.l. Hiait and daughter, Mie music. from Holatein, E. Bier from Switzerland. thinks our moral have improved a trifle Sadie, of Mt. Vernon, and Mips Ada Oil Signed in the presence of Judge M. C. since the prosecutions were begun. The many friends ol Judge R. J. BreckLU-li- e ver, of Illinois, are the guesta of Mica inridge, in this vicinity, were surprised Siufley and 60 other persons. At Masonheimer' Restaurant, oppoMcCIary. F. A. Fellmek, site the Court Hou-e- , Danville, Ky., meals and indignant at the charge of the Knight MiM Mollik Kino, of Crab Orchard, Ky. State of Bureau of Emigration. of Honor paper that he was a defaulter to are served at all hour. Game always on Mis I.ula Bowman, of Louiivllle, Misses The day has been one of unbounded hand and in it season, Oyster, fresh fish, the order to the amount of $160,000. Judge Mattie Harlan, Susie and Sallie Yesger, of Breckenridge wn the supreme tremurer pie sure, apparently, to every one fortu- and similar delicacies served in nil styles Boyle, are the guest of Mitre Khoda and and It is cMmed that this amount has been nate enough to be present, and the Ameri- and on short notice. Look out for the Kate Hail. appropriated by him. In a card the Judge can have looked on in admiration at the sign "Woodbine Restaurant" and call when The Montlcello SijW thus mentions denounces the libel and say he will show earnest manner in which these foreigners you are hungry. F. W. Masonheimer A our young msnager. "Mr. Eddie Walton, before the cour e tbit tvr cent handled go into everything, whether partaking ol a Co.Dinville, Ky. of the Intekioii Jouiinai,wm here during Thanksgiving dinner or pursuing their dai by him hss been properly applied. Mr. Logan Isom and Mies Ida Ballard the first of the wtek in the interest of the ly avocations. They are a good people came to town Tuesday evening from Garof which sheet he is the husinest Mn John II. Miixrn is arnoucced in and It Is the duty of and should be a pleasI.J. mtnager. Mr. Walton is quite youthful this issue a a candidate for the Legislature. ure to every one of citizens to give them rard county with matrimonial intent, but yet he betrays a decided turn for buiinesa It i said that it is the early bird that clich- words of encouragement For the most part their plans were interfered with by the sudden arrival of the ladj'd father, Mr. in titrj movement." es the worm and if thl be true Mr. Miller those who have settled in this county I am Richard Ballard, who took his daughter good told are men of means. stands the best chance for it. Ho rs a LOCAL MATTERS, home later in the evening, after making a sensible man and could no doubt solid, Mr. Ottenbeimei's hospitality was not demonstration toward Mr. Isom, which inFkkh Fish always on hand. J. T. Har- - represent hie people well. P. 6. But hold confined to the dining room, by any means, dicated a desire to shoot him. Eld. J. L ri. here is another early bird, Mr. W. F. 2Jc but a mixture of unadulterated old BourAllen had been engaged to perform the cerBlauk Cake ingredients at T. R. Wl Clary, a good democrat, who ha served bon with sugar, lemons and water, in quanton'). emony and the county clerk had gone to well in tne ranks, wants promotion. He tity sufficient to necessitate the ure of wato his office to issue the license, when Mr. cook stove for rale. Dr. too i a candidate for the Legislature, and SrcoNn hand ter coolers, seemed to be almost the centre Ballard's arrival revolutionized the existIbnrne we take pleasure in presenting him aa such of attraction and the way those Stanford ing state of affairs. The lady, who is a public. Monday i County Court day, oblige l to the lawyer would frequently gather around it very pretty brunette, refused to return by calling and settling showed that they thought it was good to home MARRIAGES until she had had a parting inter Itcferenee-Flrf- ct Niillonnl Ilnnb. be there, or to get there. One of them The biggest line of coal vises ever Mr. 8. M. Matlock and Mis L'zzie spoke seven different languages quite flu- view with her lover. After they had gone your correspondent interviewed John Isom brought to town and we are closing them Valenti, of Bowling Green, were married ently after partaking of four or five glaBes and found a very agreeable gentfeman and out at cos'. Bright & Curran. WedntsJay. to take his disappointfull. Hi speech was not exactly public, very much Mr. Ribsrl E. McKoberts, the popular Fifteen share ot Citiuo National to with Interest by a favor- ment philosophically. He seemed astonbut was listened ished at Mr, Ballard's fierce pursuit and in -Bank slock were bought here Tuesday by young druggist of Lanoister, will lead to ed few. J- - F. W. TOEtimated that had either the lady or himself Mr. I F. Hubble, of Linciter at $112 50 the marriage altar next Woineeday, Mis anticipated it they would have hurried up LAND, STOCK AND CROP. Annie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 11. W. matters. All the parties are very respecla inlaid with Ware, of Hopkinsyllle. Lost. Black breast-pin- , K. R. Gentry sold to J. H. Mill er a nie people. tlowers in center solid gold back; lest last The marriage of Mr. Spear Fslher to of 8.1 lb shoals at 3 cents. Sunday either going to Baptist church or Mis Miry, daughter of Mr. W. T. Roy lot SETf ADVEHTiSEMEaTK. AT. Nunnelley sold a lot of fat hogs Christian church. Mrs. P. P. Xunnelley. Casey, a solemnized Tuesday to Williams and Ramsey at $1.10. alty, of IV. P. BIcCIiAKY We have secured a regular Jeporter at and the happy couple came at once to his B G. Gover bought in Madison 15 10 at $65, 2 at Is a c tndldste for repreientitlTe of Lincoln Jcoun-tLancaster ifndjuJging by his initial letter home in this oounty. Spear is one of the head mules, subject to the action ol the democracy. he i going to make a good one. We will beat hearted fellows in the world and his $72 50 and 3 at $100 each. wife I said to be a lady of much beauty leave the public It guesi who he or abe is A Scott county man sold 21 head of JOHN II. M ILUGR and many' accomplishments. We extend 1,000-l- b. cattle this week, at $4.55 per cwt. for a while. congratulations. Ita candidate 'or rcpreaentattTe of Lincoln counour warmest and 30 head 1,500-lb- . fat steers at $5.30. The Fashion paper say that bustle ty In the next Legislature) subject to the action Fori Sale. A desirable house and Jot of the democracy. THE SWISS AT THAN ft SCI If INO. luger than evr will be in vogue this a walk of 2 acres of land within be in the height of son. Those desiring to A Royal Dinner Sprtad for Them at Crab Apply to A. A. War of the Court-housfashion can cill at this offics nnd get old Orchard. ren. piper for a mere song. public auction, if not will Milt Kendall, of Scott county, sold, it ly Ibetore.tell atMONDAY, DECEMBERtold private1, County Unable to accept a pressing invitation to on Siimirx J. N. Menekee took Jim Em-br- y is SMd,40 fat hogs at $9 per hundred, pay Court day here, Kite Shares of Stock In the Farm-er- a attend the Thanksgiving dinner given by National Hank of Stanford. to the penitentiary yesterday, where he able when Cleveland was elected or not301-we dispatchVblFTOX FnW'XiRll. Mr. J. Oitenhelmer is to be confined the bilance of his natural the former gone at ed our most trusted Lieutenant, who fur- hingand the hogs have wife. Nobody life, for the murder of hi Bourbon News. figures. nishes the following interesting report: war sorry to sen him go, a he hai always WinciiehtekCourt. About 1,000 cat la aoswer to invitation extended by been a nuisance. Mr. J O.tenheimer, the well known and tie on the market Monday, best gradea TiiANKfotvisa day wns generally ob decidedly popular nnd polite President of bringing $1.90; medium $1.50 to $4 00; I will aell on the preinlita In HuitonTllle, SAT-cerve J here yesterday; all of the merchants the Lincoln Lind Company, to the cftiiens scrubs $3 50 to $4.10. Not much demand It DAY, Dh.C.13, 1(81. a good Home and Lot -closed their stores, the clerks went hunting of Stanford and surrounding towns to be for yearlings. Good feeder brought from and mjr Household and Kitchen Furniture. Terma REMABKABLY and it'P streets lojked almost as much de I l $170 to $181; light feeders $4; good year made known on dar nfule. snc-l n inanatgiving dinner given uj U.lI.TEil UVHTOX. serted ss "hen th r)rirsi raged here a htm at Crab Orchard Spring, an immense ling from $25 to $30 per head. Mountain cattle were remarkably dull, bringing from number f atu. crowd gathered here 2 to 3 cents. 1 to .tj o'clock the spacious dining It i" mean to peke fun at n man when From N. Lehman & Bros., of Baltimore, Commercial room was filled with guests, who did jushe i down, but the Louisville AT I'L'U'LHJ AUCTION. bought of Jas. Clay, 100 fat cattle of 1,850 Customers, No ii guilty of it, n follows: It has been gen- tice to the sumptuous feist prepared for Paying Short-tim- o And to nnd of Charlton Alexander I will cll at pull c auction to i lie highest bidder erally noticed that since the memorable theUerjoyment. There were present about lb, average, goods sold on long time. Price 5Jc. 1,010 lbs. average. cold day of Nov. 1 Col. William O Bradley, 1j0 Swiss and the Americana were num- 110 of ON MONDAY, DEC. Ut, 1SS1, T. E. WALTON, They also purchased of Bedford A KenneK ghth Congressional district, has berless. The tables were weighted down of the County Court day, at 11 o'clock. In iront of tho dy their Christmas cattle-- C head of 2,600 Cnnrt.Iloiisadoorln Stanlord. 40 Shares of Stock not twitted one single twit. At last ac- with all Of tho substantial and delicacies lbs, average. This is said to be the finest In the First National Bank of Stanford, lu lota of counts Col. Bradley was reported to be set- both in and out of season, nnl even after Fire Shares ecn. a umuenu oi 3 per ceni to left Kentucky. They go to be paid January 1st, 18H), goes with tha atock. Iieiuiilful Tlu Sets uiul Coal Vases lower llian ever. The luriicft ting up with Judge George Denny, Jr. nnd the great crowd had been fed, many time lot that ever H. T. Bi'su, Auctioneer. Sut.td 'London. should hcc them. Samuel M. Burdett discussing whether n rerca baskets lull were takeu up. T. IJ. WALTON. The Cincinnati cattle market is steady Col. T. P. Hill delivered a short address strnight flush beat 1,007 democratic plural! ity or not. which was great for all grades at a shade higher prices. immediately after dinner, . Hogs arc firm but lower, sheep and lambs I will sell to the highest bidder on my farm, two The anniversary celebration of the Wo- ly enjoyed und elicited deafening applause nre dull. Tho price are: miles south of UusluuWUeon tboMIddleburgpIke Canned Goods in groat variety and lowor ovon than last year. Methcdist from tho Swiss rnd Germans who underman' Missionary society nt the CATTLE. to the NOV. 20, ISS1, T. B. WALTON. 11.3033, "5 ON SATURDAY, church last night was an unusually enter stood English and they appreciated Common to medium . 4.00Q 83 The following personal property, viz- Two good Oooil to extra butchers taining occasion. Mr. Josle Jtaney pre fullest his word of encouragement. 1.:0(6,23 brood Mares, I combined Horse S years old, a good Mr. James Wayman, editor of the Black-po- Common to choice snippers . sided end the reports of Mlsjen Eld ridge, 1 yearling mare Mule. 2 fino young 3.75(3 1.75 firally Horse, Stockers ami (coders Cows, one of which Is pedigreed and the other a Times, England and Mr. Ottenhelmer, Kay, Purnell and Mrs. Trueheart were Dates, Macaroni, Hom-- T. lions. grade, 2 CaUes, 2 yearling Steirs, a Kglittwo. NowJlCitron, Currants, Prunes, Raisins, Figs high establishing iny, &c. well read nnd full of interest to every ore havo been the prime movers in ttitclieri and Uwvy shipper!...? 1.1031 CO liorao Wagon and Harness, a l'haetou Buggy nud Selected K. WALTON. Mr. Way-ma- n Fair to good packer 4.20(31.43 Harness, ISO barrels assorted Corn In the crib, enlisted in the glorious cause. Mr. Liz the Swiss colony in Lincoln. about 300 shocks of Fodder and 4 Hacks of Hay, a 4.203.33 lot of Farming Implements, Ac. made his first trip to this country in FtlrtORood light lady with a zle Swigert, of Frankfort, a t 3.2531.00 At the ramo time and place Mrs. Elizabeth Lupf letters to Common ....'- cas will olbr several U Cows and Hellers. smile, made an impromptu speech 1882. He then wrote a series SlIKEr. 30VJ t A S. If. TA 1 . O It. spoke of KenJ2.2332.73 which showed her earnestness in the cause, his paper, In all of which he Common to Mr Finest Line of Candles, plain and fancy, In Stanford. My Clirlitmns Stock Mill tucky In the highest terms. Ilia letters Hood to extra 3.2331.50 ai well as the fact that she Is a highly ac bo Immense. 3.10QI 80 different European Lamii Common to choice In tho complished worker for Jesus, The exercis- were T. II. WALTON. ' es wero varied with music, Miss Eldridge languages. BOYLE COUNTY. DANHLLE. The first Swiss settler wan John Keru, AaAdmlniitratrlxoftbe citatu or U. B. Lytle, H'nging several eolos, with marked effect. dee'd, I will oiler at publlo sale to tho An agent for the nursery of Franklin Folks, at Home" was who csme to Lincoln county in Feburary Her rendition of "Old hlglit st bidder on stock- Mi1. Oltenheiraer came here as the Davis, Richmond, Va., was in town Thur Tho sweetly patbetlc nnd her rich mezzo soprano last. DEC. 2, 1884, representative of a New York atock com day delivering frtiil tree. . T. voice charmed and delighted the rtudlcnce. purcha-cMr. O. If, Lucas, of Cincinnati, for- At the late residence of decedent, about 4 miles After the ext&isemn adjournment was had p.ny of unlimited means, und Stanford, the personal property of west of over merly of this place, wns here the beginning the decedent, consisting 01 to the college, where numerous article of near Crab Orchard nnd rltghland, Ma- Ttmo3-y- e now. old Steers, 3 yearling Stecrr, n milk Coffoos woro novor of land, upon which he settled of the wees, also Dr. D. C. Tucker, of Sugars beauly aud ustfulncss were displayed for 10,000 acres Cows and Cahcs, a Jot of Calves, Steers aud Heif-ninety families, All of these peoplo are rlon counly and Prof. W. L. Yerke, of ers. 4 Mules, 2 Horses. C fat Hogs, about 100 T.R.WALTON. sale. These wcje nude by friends to the bushels of Wheat, Household nnd Furniture nnd pleased with their new homes, and Park Farming implements. .. tl. cause, principally by the ladies of the col- greatly ' 4.4H!1'! TKhM:--lrora- ll Kev. Fred Halo's meeting at the Bip sumsol Sid and under, ossli; they nre all continually sendis jtl lege, nnd many of tbem were disposed of. it said that tit of lour months on notes over that amount, a ing word hick to theL' friend beyond the tint church atill continues with twentvfolir with gx.l wenrltjr. cie Jit Interest (torn dsy ot lft!oi A nice oyster supper wa nlso eeryed and watpr Aiuerici and mt n.Uitions up to tho close of Ihe servicaa rale aud payable In bank to thoaffiirwH b'th yltfastnl "nd profitable stnn then owe overti the birders of th ,3oJ-3- i lay t.Uht. The meeting will prob ALILi; U'. ItMTA', Admx. in till tW cl A SPLENDID CHANCE 1 Having determined to go West to engage in business, we will commence far-Rin- g it REDUCING OUR STOCK y gut From this date at greatly reduced prices. We will sell all at cost, consisting of Wagons of all kinds, Buggies, Carriages, &c, All kinds of Plows, Sulky and Turning Plows, And we will be glad to entertain a proposition from any one wanting the entire stock, and can prove it to be the best paying stock in Stanford. Stock consists of Hardware, Groceries, Farming Implements, Wagons and Carriages. BRIGHT k CURRAN. CHEAP GROCER. T. Ri y, BANK STOCK. WALTON, IIOU8E AND LOT Mais aatl Soiaessef Sis STANFORD, KIT, FURNITURE FOR SALE lt U nt-m- jw BanXs: Stools! LOW PRICES GIVEN FOR CASH Prompt .,i m PUBLIC SAIaE - ol J Admx.' Sale! TUESDAY, d best Straight andPntont Flours always in R. WALTON. and I lowor than ' 'v-- 'i We-Int- througWi' PLEASE CALL. I VfjiJ TROFESSIONAL 6 centa Origin of the "Rooster." Mist Astor'a Bridal Dress. APRI7P Send acoitly lor postage and rrcelre box of goode, which rw, ftmi-MceM- n $ntcrior$ourmtI "Why, when and where was the rooster will helpall.ofpllher sex, to more money rlf lit Mtfl Carrie AitorV wedding dreea is thus awa y than anything elie lu till trorld. I'ortunra ALEX. ANJ3H11BON, deecribed; Her dnsi was the crowning adopted as tbe emblem of deruociacj?" alnoIutelT auro. iVTTOltlVjaV A.T IjL"W, await the workera Auguata, Maluti At once ad JroMTafKA Co., creation of Worth's. The material of the The question quoted above and addressed DANVILLE, KY., 1884 November 23, Stanford, Ky., train and corsage was white satin, wrought to the editor of the Enquirer has been asked Will practice In tha Court of Boyle and adjoining oountle and In the Court of Appeal!. ! with threads of silver in heavy brocaded a thousand times in tbe laat week, It has fubtltltcd Tucfulnv ami Frttlav, figure', and the effect is that of chased or been suggested, no doubt, by the great pop J. B. FIBII, A ltewardof Two Iluoprrd Dollar will be paid . A.t JLiCwr. engraved rilver. The front of the dress is ularity of the bird since the 4th day of Ana Muter Comnilasloner Hockcaitto ClrcuItCourt brthefrlendaof the late J N Benedict for the THE GREAT rapture of hla murderer, Henry Roberta. Holierta MT- - VERNON, KV. civered with apraya of orange blossoms, November. The question has been answer la about 21 years or age, dark complexion, baiel Will practice in the Hockcaatle Courta. Colleceye, amnoth face and very bad countenance, rathfirst forming a crescent from the left hip ed before, but for the benefit of those who tion! a apoda'ty. Office In 138) er hoary bulll, weighing probably ISO noundi When paid strictly 1 adranc. II we hite to to the lower right hand corner of the skirt, do not understand the situation it can be anr time, 82.(50 wilt bo chanted. kit IiKB P. HUFFMAN, and thickly strewn between with artistic answered again. In 1842, after the Harrl STANFOltD, KY. flowers. son campaign, there was great doubt as to Offlee cluster of the same dainty spotlets ! South aid Main Street, two doora abov FAKi?JC WASHINGTON LETTER. tha Myere IloUlt Thefe buds are made of wax, but were so how Indiana hnd cast her vote. The sit u&a PureNltrou Oxide Uai administered whan reI hare been appointed aznt for the aale of the To the Editor of The Interior Journa1, perfectly similar to the natural flower that uation was similar to that in New York to quired. farmof.Mra. Pixel C BlaTo and helti, containing Nor. 23, 18S1, Wail it was impossible to detect it. The. upper day in every respect. An editor named Washinqton, l.'JO Aei'CM, lying J ot a mile from IluatooTllle DB. W. B. I'ENNY, on the l.llie'ty rikeaml 1 nrreliy oner It prlvatc- the democratic news iBRton U baiinaiDg to fill up rapidly with jrjrt 0f the dress was alao of the silver bro Chapman-conducteot two elorlra It hai a good dwelllng-hoti"DontlMt. and (t roniui. betldet the necMtarr strangers the beet indication of the near caded satin, fitting closely over the shoul paper at Indianapolis, and as often the case BTANFOIID, KENTUCKY. orta It la well watered and la good, rich AtnA Office nrer Robl.8. Ly tie's atore. Office hour much mare than la aaked for It. approach of the "season" which begins on ders to the ntck in the bick and cut out in boasting over a victory his editorial refrom 8 to 12 a. at, and 1 to 5 r. at. Aneathetlca ad Apply to tne lor further particular!. the first Monday in December, when tho low and tquare in front. This space was joicing over the result was termed "crow- mlnlatered when necessary. 131-- 1 jr. 237 I,ui H. T. 11 V8II, Stanford, Ky. Without Change and Willi Speed Unrlraled gavel will fall in the Capitol and Congress filled in with fine point lace, daintily frilled ing." In a day or two, when some of the back SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE will take up its duties once more. There and canght with orange blossoms. The counties were heard from, it seemed his raou LoitavtLLK to tiii ia ua city of considerable eizjln the world, sleeves, also of the brocade, reached to the crowing had been premature, and the whig ! College. I suppose, where the presence of outsiders elbow, where they were finished with deep organ came out giving late returns show On account of my falling health, I offer for aale STANFORD, KY. is as noticable as in Washington, iou full plaitiogs of point lace. At the shout- - ing democratic defeat, and in the headline my well known work Mulee, Id handa high, utd to the can, aound. gentle and true pullers, anil can never mistake a native, or any one who der the sleeves were pufied with plain white was the expression, when I advertlfo In TllK iNiKMoa Jotra.vit. I I.lttl. Hock, Atlanta. Fatanoab, bare nerer tailed to sell, and toon at that. With a Full Corps of Teachers, Jacktonilllt, Montgomery. New Orltane has a length of time fallen under the ee- - Latin inserted from slits in the brocade "Crow, Chapman, crow." Mobile, and This was intended ns a taunt, and must '3-i- r ductive influences of the city T.ne true the bottom of the corsage, wtitch was Btantord, Ky Thla Institution will open Ita nfiemh 8ealon BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA Waihingtoaian whether hy birth or adop without other ornament, was slightly drap-e- l have been felt, for a few more counties yet on the lit Monday In (September next. In PtUeel'ari Without I'lianga to hear from again turned the tables, in a hurry. You can tell one tion, is never atthf back Hnd finUhed in point. The ALL THE BRANCHES OK A SHORT LINE TO THE EAST by the Uzy, self pawewed mancer iu which The train, which was full three yards long, and showed that the democrats had rci L ttliTiIlaln I'alacaCara without cbanga he strolls along, as if he had no where iu fell in double box plaits from the belt and won. It was then that the rival editor I hue ramored to corner Mln A Depot iti., and THOnOUGHENGUSHCOUHSE am prepared to aerre the ladlni In particular to go, or if he has he is not in presented tbe appearance of twq glittering, hoisted at the head of his columns a mag- and FMIRRflNTQ a""ln orneaontrie other ktndaof aewlogln the beat atyleandat Are taught, aa wall aa LlfllUnHr, lO line ot thla road will the slightest hurry to get there. So, when graceful folds of silver drapery. The veil, nificent rooster and printed underneath it reasonable ratea. Soliciting a abare of yeur patron recalvt apcclal low ratca. Sea AcDla of thL Cntnptny for ratea, roalaa age, lam, reapectlullr, MUHIO. TUB IiANQOAQEU. DltAW- a stran&errom a commercial city reaches purchased in Europe especially for Mine the words, "We Crow." Ac. or write C. P. ATMORf, G. P. & t. A. Mii EI.T.A Snil.KY, INO AND PAINTING. 292-- 1 m il) Washington, his briac walk makes him a Aator, is one of the finest pieces of BrusStanford, Ky. It made a palpable hit. The passion for Louletllla. Ky. marked man. It is such specimens of ac- sels point lace ever wrought by the needle. roosters spread, and from that day to this err-O tivity as this who now abound in Waablng It was fastened to tbe hair with Hashing the bird immortalized by the Hooaier edO In Tuition. Drleea ranee from 111 to (SO In th ton, and these strangers make the htart of diamond stars and clusters of orange blos- itor has been the emblem of democratic uiar uepartmauu. ninarr, m; imarmeniaie M the hotel and boarding house keeper glad. soms and fell nearly the entire length of success. ISO; l'reparatojy, f 10, and Colfegiate, foO. & Mr. Blaine will be in Washington with-i- n tbe train The bridal bouquot was a loose 23 CD O "Yet" for full particulars, aa to Board.Ac., addrraa - rsa cd P bunch of white orchids tied with wide sata week or so. He has taken MBN i. H. V. THUr.lIKAKT, Principal, A little rain, the sun again, a shadow; a Chicago Stanford. Lincoln Co., Ky, 1 Windom's house on Massachusetts in ribbon. hay, a meadsummer day, asme M- - CD CD Avenue and will occupy it during the ow. THE OMjY LINE KUNNINO Rules for Winter. winter. It is announced that he will now A girlish face, a matchless grace, and CD hi Never lean with the back upon anything erg rCD finish his history. Beyond this nothing is Cars! beauty; we spend the day in making hay, that is cold. O known, though a multitude of rumors are B Never begin a journey until the breakfast sweet duty. AND SOLID TIIAINS CD in circulation. Among these is one that he has been eaten. Some fading flowers, some happy hours, CD candidate for the Senatorsbip in will be a LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO Never take warm drinks and then imme but dieting; a week of ratn, and then again O 09 E. H. BTJRNSIDE, Pennsylvania. This is hardly possible, and diately go CD a meeting, out in the cold air. r--K O there aem to be nothing beyond the fact HraouL Nonca. rawn(era from One quick shy look, a rippling brook, Keep the back especially between tbe Woll Known TllleIlraochofUAN.Il.il arrlre In tha Knot. This Old O LouLtIIU O of his great personal popularity among the shoulder blades well covered; also tbe some clover; a sky of gold, the story old, a Inlluieto Ukethaerenlng train of th "Monoa Maintains Hotol Uoute" and au through to CD CD Republicans to give ground for Keystone High chut well protected. In sleeping in a cold lover. to a UrecHcaatle. CrawfbrdsTlllc, Lafayette CD the report. A fair, sweet maid, a short word said; AND ctroom establish the habit of breathing and Culcriffo nltliout change. The beat judges here agree that the what is it? I try my fate, and not too late Fropriotor i through the nose and not with the mouth -- TIME TABLE.- u" It it Shall be Seeond Determined that do much besides atwill not to no Country to miss it. open. HTATIO.NS. Dally. Dally. Hotel in the State in its Fare, tending to the necessary appropriation The years have gone, and still loves on Never go to bed with cold or damp feet Appointaaenti, or Atten7 to pin (Man Lt. LouIatlHe....... .. bills. Others, however, assert and that Arr, Orenraitle 1 01 am Never omit regular bathing, for unless that lover; he loves always, as days and 2 01 pn tion to Comfort of CT- " Crawfordarlll. . 2 OS am S 01 pra the tariff question will be agitated and the skin is in active condition, the cold days pass over. their Gneiti. " Lafayette I IS a ra I 12 pin another bill for the reduction of duties will close the pores and favor congestion or " Chicago A loving wife, a long, long life together, 7 SO a in a m pra CT- CD will be brought in. 'It is not improbable other diseases. will be coarejed to aad from tha da Th moat dlrrct rout. wih only one ebangaol BaaKat tohave made him blens that shy, sweet "Yes. cara, to all polnla In flnnpaota. lows free of charge. Special arenmmodatl ona cfthat something may be done with pendiog to Commercial Trat elera. Th liar will Nebraska, Ac For further luforvuallon. addrraa Chambers' Journal. After exercise of any kind never ride in forever." J hJ alwaja eappllad with th cholraat MUKHAY KELLKK.I. I'. A . bills The bill to pro land grant forfeiture M- an open carriage or near the window of a hraida or Llqacri aad Claara. IultTilla, Kr hJ A number of people are writing to tbe hibit the importation of foreign labor, car for a moment; it is dangerous to health p" cd n CD World to know what would happen if the which went over in the 8enate lest year and even to life. Trad. Mark. MlfKKtT'N KPKCiriC, O under considerable protest, may also chitn elect should r--J CD When hoarse speak a little aa possible President and p" CD attention, and among the members of ibe until the Mkfv r' tTlio (Jrcnt Kngllslt Hcmedy, hoarseness is recovered from, else die before the 4th of March next. If Mr. House now in town, there is a belief that the voice may be permanently lost or Cleveland and Mr. Hendricks should die Is a poltlre enre for Weak Memopjj"4I uiUuc-UrHHry, Lot of Ural D Power, Nerfoua Heme." before the meeting of the Electoral College the educational bill ought to be lap -- ! difficulties of the throat be produced. Weaknma, Exhaustion, rVmloal aod Oeneral Lot of Impotency, of ,this winter. that body would elect a President and 8hortetand Quickest Ronta from Oaa Merely warm tbe back by the fire and Power ol the UeneratlT Organa; an.a .11 itla.. that fallaw .. mw tral Kentuogy to all PoinU North, There is a Tery general talk here now of never continue keeping the back exposed As a matter of fact there to Uarart lixiaj, quno ol youlurul imprudencaor Em, Weit and Southwest. the necessity of a rebuildiug of the Navy. heat after it has become comfortably warm. ia no auch thing as a President-elec- t or the eiceMol matured years, auch TrJ. M.rk. as UnlTeraal Laaalluds, Tain In tb Faat Lin Batwuti In the past the republicans have favored To do otherwise is debilitating. at this writing. The baca. Dimness of Vlalon, Premathis, but liberal appropriations have been people have expressed a preference for tura Old Aga, and many otter disILI.r.STKAlEI). When going from a warm atmosphere LEXI.GTO. & CIXCIXSATI. ease that to Insanity or prevented by the unwillingness of the into a colder ScheduU In Cffect Oct. IS, Ital. one, keep the mouth closed so Cleveland and Hendricks and when the With th naw Tolume, betlnnlng In December, Weakness In all caaoaof Keutle Ilk a of such the . Democrats to trust the expenditure Uaxper'a Uauxlne will conclude iu that tbe air may be warmed by its passage Electors meet in December these gentle- year. The oldest peilodlcal of Ita type,thlrly.firth charm, restoringSpecific act fig-o- r, fating low or It li yet In men will ba chosen President and large amounts to a republic in administra- through the nose ya a brilliant t. xltlna to th cb new lolum a naw Magailne, not almply b- -eie it reaches the lungs. ri ar-- sparkling beauty, U tbachee : preMnUfrcah auhjeete and new picture., and rosy This obiection will now be removed, tion. Should both die before inaugu- raute It '3 s,3f blooom of health. Never stand still in cold weather, especial? AftarTaklatTi butalaoand ebledr becaui It tleadllr adrancei th and many Naval officials say that there is ly after having taken a slight degree ration the, President of the Senate would In the method ltalf of manilne-maflc-c arMurray'a Specific Is sold by alt Druggists at 3 In a exof at word, the Magailne bveomee more and more tbe SI per package, or six packages for i. Also by at least a bright prospect that our Navy ercise; and always avoid standing on ice or fill the office of President until next No faithful mirror of current III and uiorauitut. wall, poatage free, on receipt of pfira atarVull partleutara in pamphlal, which will b may become a practicable defense in case enow, or where the person is exposed to vember, when another election would be Leading featurea In tbe attractlr prorauim for c a ISMire: New aerial novcla by Conatanre rVnnl- - mailed free to every appllcaut. Addreaa all a ! .Si instead of, as at present, merely a cold wind. held. of war, to tha aol manufaclurers. o more Woolaon and W. D. HowelU; a new noael Farm and Fireside entitled "At th Ked fllore:" dcicrlptlre IllustraXUUH.L V MKDXISXK CO.. subject for humorous paragraphs. Cablyle om CansaaClly, Mo. ted papera by K. D. Millet. It. A. :! Bold In OOVtMM Faiteniso Hoc 9 TYrrtf Corn. Corn is recommend the tub Piano Nuisance. Ie Abbey, II. Ulbaon. and otberi;Hwaln UlBjrJ.K"Sh The Patent Office, which has suffered doldimllh't Msa0 following passage in "Car-lylo'- ritoopa to conquer," llloatrateil by Abbey; Impor- Druggists SUnford by Panny A McAltsUr and all eaarywher luessss ignorance of the members ao cheaply raised in this country that it much from the AaTiica Pjctkb A Co., Wboleaal Aaen ta, Z$? life" to those young peats who, with- tant piper, on Art. Science, Ac. a 013 r UulavillKy. of Congress as to its necessities, stands a hw become tbe principal food of swine. out a real notion of IPHBBBB i BB ?J B B B BB music, make tbe air HARPER'S PERIODICALS good chance for better treatment 'by the While it is no doubt the cheapest food and around tbem hideous by the everlasting I Forty-nint- h Confirees, of which the Hoc. the best alto for producing an excellent strumming on a piano. I85g SI SS.U-.- S oe ! "The miserable , ww-w- , vawo PER TEAR. Benj. Butterworih, now Commissioner of quality of pork, it is nevertheless ques- young woman in the next house to me -'BSBBD'unnon Ilarper'a Msgailn. 00 :? Thla notlo forewarns huntere, fishermen and I I "1 I I I I Patents, will be a member. The force of tionable if an exclusive diet of corn, is as spends all her young bright days, not in Hatper'a to our Japda without Woklr........................... 44 00 tramp nt all'trespass onare liable to be examioers and the clerical force in this healthful as a mixed one, composed of learning to darn stockings, sew skirts, bake Harper's Bazar- .as auch acta II ....... M procutd full txtantof th t bureau isentirely inadequate to cope with corn and other kinds of grain, vegetables pastry or any art, myetery or business that Harper's Young People.... 3(0 to thSUnlord, Ky Marchlaw. 1MI. f9lgno.l. I! LJ-17th, IBBBBB Ilarper'a Franklin fquar;Llbrary, on year - 4 QsA W. M. McCormaek. v. ncawiiirica. floxl of applications constantly pour- and gra. The swine plague baa frequent-l- y will profit herself or the other; not even in A. W. Carpenter, (J2 NumUn).., ... . 10 00 II. T. iluab, Httributed to an exclusive diet of ing in upon it, and as a concrq)QCe the a Ulihop, herself or skipping on tbe grass Poatag Free to all subscriber In the UnlUd F. IUId. R.Oobb, corn and we are inclined to think there ia amusing UtI Hubbl. si a at I a work is far behiad in many of ibe aiwlvKsvB Statea and Canada. ploU with laughter of ber mates, but simp. HIgglna Kelly, F. D. Bbode. g 3BQ3QB' in this theory, for a number of bb'bbIbbbbb W. C. McCormack, an inventor is compelled to B.U.AJ. F.Uorer, In some case ly and solely in ragiog from dawn to dark, Tha rolumeaof the Magiilna begin with M, fi. LrU, O, L. Carter lb wait eight months for action on his appli- Western farmers have reported their suc- from night to midcight, on a hapless piano n ambers tor Jane end December ol each year. T. J. Hill, a.r;.r;.a.r;i ria. J.W. Weatherlord, - "1 V . 1 i cess in keeping their swine healthy and ?,?Wo. Hurtoo, no time Is specified, it will b understood a Vanoy, When cation. It i; almost criminal on the part o . . .1 Ukal JUUUI -. which it is evident she will never in this that the subscriber wlihai to begin with the cur- J. A. Harris. J. B. Murphy, condition-o- f P. W. Carter, affairs (re from all disease by feeding roots J. M. Hill. rant numlier. of Congress that each a world render more musical than a pair of The last aleren J. II. McAIIster, volume of Harp' Ed. Carter, '" ol" n 8 ai Oo. ebould exist in a bureau that is not only ground feed and soft feed of various kinds barn clapp-r- l J. D. Jones, 8? The miserable young fra Magailne, In neat cloth binding, will baaent T. J. Foster, T. M. White, along with the corn when fattening their J. Q Montgomery by mall postpaid on receipt of S3 per roluiua. a eelCsusUinins, but is a source of consider H II. A. Benedict, ' n London Truth. Cloth caaea for binding, 60 cenla each, by mall If. E. Marcum, O Mr. hogi in the fall. There can be no doubt of W. E. Moon M.T. lluwell, able revenue to the Government. postpaid. II M II J Darat. A. D. Newland, Index to ilarper'a Magazine. The Louiartlle Pod tells tbe following Iltlcal and Claaatfled for VolumesAlphabetical, Ana. S. W.OItens. w acquainted with oveij need tbe fact that swine, as well as all other do Butterworth AC Newland. 1 to 60 Incluilr., ivaiiaii I- mtyr) meatlcated animals require a variety of atory: About tbe close of tbe war JVase from June, 18W, to June. 18S0, 1 toI Sro.clolb. St, S3tfi-?lof the Government, and it is generally 5n2SS e IUmlttancea abould bo made by SM New York Small, Hart county, Kjr., farmer, and Re Money Ordur or Draft, to arold chancre ol that his first ifforta will be direc- food to keep them healtby. bs. BBBBBB SSI I. Sbbbb .newspaper 1 ate not to copy tills adrerllaemaot becct Woodaon, thei belle of the country without ted towardi securing fairer treatment for Sun. the xpre order or Harper A Brolbera. Addresa lide, full of ajmpatb with tbe loat caute, HAKI'EH A IM'JS., New York. Office. tho Patent Natural Mucilage. Mr. Samuel MilSfcSSSS SUJS3 Hm report that Rwcie Conkling might ler has been using peach and plum gum agreed not to marry -t- hough tbelr troth VT3 I PSBBBaiBB BB pniwililr be elected Senator from Ne t York niucilase all summer and finds it "answers had been plighted before the war until r w M ta ta t by n coalition of democrat and stalwarts the purpoe first rate." It is nrenarei! the democratic canae ohould triumph over was revived itn-- a good deal of interest simply by dissolving the lumpi in water the parly which waa then ascendant. They rjrj-or- s BBBB' in Wmhiiitin, where he ha many frWnda and he 'ella tho Jiural World there were wanted w:h other badly, but atuck nobly ILLVSTIIATED. and alu many enemies The prospect of titna tifter rainy weather, when pounds of to thla resolution, until last week, when as tbw occurrioft has however faded eij Harner'a Weekly has now for twenty j ens maintlie exudation could be gathered from hio conditions political made their wedding WS'B'O-J'- B aa tho leading aswssasassaBBMSSSBsaswaBsnsBBSSBaiaaaBsawwd during the last few days, and trees He is cf opinion also that if this possible, and the rites were duly celebrated tained Its positionAmerlra. With Illustrated weekly nawspsper In a constant InBBBBBS.BS'SBBBIBBdBB Are you fnUlng. try WeujT Hxiltii Its it is now onsidered a long ways from pro same juice was clarified, and while in the at Louiaville. Jesse ia now 41 and Rebec- crease of literary and artistic resources, It la able ixwiii, a iuro, clean, wnoicsomu to offer for tbe enaulng year attractlona unequalled MAYMVILLE 1IKANCII. bable. by any prerloua Tolume, emoraclng a capital Illussoft state sweetened with pure sugar and ca 39. trated aerial Storr br W. K. Nnrrla- - lllnlr.l.l r. Ho. 61, TTimr The citizens of Washington have already alittlespice.it would be much better to Kor Brain. Nerret. 8tomach. Urer. Kldneya, tide with apeclal leference to the West and South NoaTil-BouKBucklen'a Arnica Salve. Dally Dally bM.iu- -. au vuoiiuwm iu, iinuii, cure. It eluding the World'a Expoaltlon at New Orleana; begun to make arrangements for the eat than the pernicious stuff sold by conEx. Sua. Ex. Sun. Tbe beat Salre In tbe world for Cut, tiruliea, entertaining abort atorlea, moatly Illustrated, and Great preparation fectioners as gum drops which ceremonies Lts Corlngton. Ueadacbo. Ferer. Ajrue. ChllU. are, no Sore, Ulwn, Salt Rheum, Ferer Sorea, Tetter, Important papera by high authorltlea on the chlel day. . - r " Lexington f o . iu " lMnm are als being made for the dadlctting of doubt made of some animal offal, and Chapped Uanda, Chllblalna, Corna, and all Skin tonics of tbe who deilrea a truat worthy political a.' a DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. tjgpm it Prls Everyone 8 15 a tu fl 20 p rn Eruptions and poaltlrely cure Piles, or no par re guide, an entertaining WaHhlngton Monument, which will occur doctored up with chemicaU, which should and lnstructte family Arr Mllleraburg,., 8 40 a in 8 47 p m Nice to take, true merit, unequnled for quired. Ia I guaranteed to give perfeit aatlafac-Uo- n Journal, entirely free Horn objectionable feature " Carllsl. 9 00 a fl 07 n ,n on February 22. The hotel keepers say have gone to the glue pot at tbe start. or Illustrations, should sub" Johnaon iurci-i- u or money relunded. Price 25 canta per box. in cither letter-prss- a LIVtK nu nignt 9 48 a ml 7 00 p n, scribe to Ilarper'a Weekly. " MaysTllle oyvuuiB, narvou8.yvoBK.noBa. tbet-th- e applications for rooms for the last 10 30 a ml 7 41 nm For aale by Tato A Peony. Mnlnrla. Iannoha, Husual Decline. I am surprised that no mention has been 8I.W ner Cot--. 0 for$.V00,nt Dnurglata. of February and the first of March is someNo. Ti'o. Si HABPEE'S PBHIODICAL8, willb, jersey uty, N.J., u.b.A. Bourii.Bot'HB. A New Discovery. made in the numerous notices on Sir e Dally thing entirely unprecented. mgmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun riB YKA. Mr. Win. Thotuaa, of Newton, Iowa, aaya, "My of an act which did him the highest President continues to lead a very The Lye Msyarilie Harper's Weekly baa been aerloualy attVcted with a cough for twenty-ji 00 3 4.1a m I 20 p ox " Johnaon quiet life and will be buiy another week on honor. Many years ago, owing to circum- fire 6 30 a m 1 39 pm years, and thla Spring more than eyer be- Ilarper'a Magazine .. 4 00 " Carlla! 7 21a mi 2 41pm is completed there stances over which he had no control, he fore. She had aaed many remedies without re- Harpei'a Bazar Until that h!a menage, 4 00 " Mllleraburg.. nam auvpnim ArT Pari ,.. . 2 00 S 10 a mt much that is of interest to the failed in business. Having subsequently lief, and being urged to try Dr. Klog'e New DIs- - Ilarper'a Young Peaplo un will not be " LxlngUn., 9 10a in! S COpru made money he called together all his cred- coiery, did ao, with moit gratifying reaulta. The Harper'a Franklin Square Library one year, " Cirlngton . general public in the life at the White II 80 a mt BXi im (52 numbers) first bottle rallred her Tory much and the second 10 00 itors and presented them with the amounts House. NoTKTraln No. 3 runs dally from KnoxtlfiT Poatage free to alt aubicrlbera in tbe Untied due to them, with interest at the rate of bottleha absolutely cured her. She baa not bad Winchester and Lexington to Corlngton. States or Canada. so good health for thirty Trial Judge A. G. Rhea, of RueeelWille, Ja uve per cent, calculated from the day on freo at Tate A Penny'a Drugyeara." Large bottlca ! Buchu-Paib- a notTlWlneheH.,:r'.':i'it.Xg,0n "d Store. alia SI. ThaToltimeaoftbe Weekly begin with tbe first ... which the debt was incurred.-Lon- don T..IHU...I.J.II excniBuniiKo dead. .v. ui.uaiu Ilnmarknbln Cures of Catarrh of the r number for January of each year. When no time ! 1.... I. .,i loxton a nil ?u Bladder, Inflammation, Irritation of Kidla mentioned It will be understood that h mi,. Never Dire Up. rroiu Clntlnnatl to L ' Truth. Knoxallle, neys and Madder, Btono or QniTel Easy to See Through. ecrlber wishes to commeoc with the number next If you are Buffering with low and depressed spirof tha lro8tato OlanJ, Drorietcal order. x TnE American Dairyman Iniiata that If its, lo4 of appetite, general debility, disordered after tbe recelnt of Annual Volumea Haw can a watch no matter how eoatly-- be VamnlA MIsaABu Tnnn..J The laat fire Ilarper'a cuco of Urine, all DUetmre of (ho Qenlto- U go when tbe mainajrlog wont operate' Weekly, in neat cloth blndlnx. rill eeted the dairyman wanta to make a blood, weak constitution, headache, or any aent by unnary urgona in either sex. For well whin hla ttomacb, llrer mall, postage paid, or by express free ol expanse, How can any one be a bilious nature, by all means procure a (prorided araaaib uiUB.'nni. or Unnatural Dischargee uae anil a .. the freight does not exceed II per to). Of course you aay, article of butter be must churn nfin Winchester orkldneyaereoutoforder PolldTralna, with Pullman Sleeping Ca rs also "Chapln'a Injection Fleur." each SI. J7 Never let the cream get over three daya bottle of Electric Bitters. You will be surprised ume; rorrase per Tomrae. letweK For BiriUIXS, either contracted or Qoth He can not." Yet thouaanta of peopla drag fjr each tolume, suitable for bindtoaoe tbe rapid Improrrment that will follow; Wlnche ter and Washington, D. C. hcrotUtarjr taint, uso Chapln'a Conatltu-tlpalong mliarably In that condition; cot Mck abed, old, no matter how cold it may be kept If you will be inspired with new life; strength and ing, III be tent by mall putpitd on receipt of at anrouan ticxeta inn .& Bitter Byrup, $1.00 per bottle, ond, 111 r deatlnatlon reached b:....t:?.? cuec,W to Chopin's HyphUItlo 1111s. JXOO: and tut not able to work with ejmfort and energy. com it. will get old, tut and frinky. If actiTity win return; pun ana misery will cease each. Uemlttancea abould ba made by Pbttoffic M 8" Srpullltlo Balre. 4 1.00. 0 bottlea a bottle or two of Parker'a iinv foollab. when W' U' WHITTLESEY. nd henceforth you will rejoloe In the praise of ey Order or D rait, to arold chance of lose. . oyrup. x 01 mis, 1 MaiTo, uy Express on Newapapera are not to copy thla adTerllsem right. Try it. ana get sour, he whey will eat up the beat butter tiecmc utuera. sold at so cents a bottle by all (SJSaV. TrT' J'".- - Alnt. Tate without the express order of llarpar A receipt of $io.no, or at Drussdrt. globule. Churn as often as you can. Brothers c. w, sjuTif. ' 'SRWSg- - Krbicfc your health and spirits. '. . AddreasUAHPKtrA BBOTHEIW, New Yorfc watua., IIIUMM '"Inerlf.n..-- . " " uen. ive Agt M lafalMiaJHUmi a v $200 Reward A.ttoroy Court-hom- o. Through Trunk Line HUHGEON DKNTI8T, FOlt SAXE fflfnK Mules for Sale Stanford Female SOUTH & WEST 1KESS - lUAIrlfflVtt! DreM-Makl- hi new-mow- n See?" r" tri 4fr 5 120 v- !M & TERMS MODEKATE. "MONOIV BOUTE." P Louisville, New Albany P - Q Railway. Q c-C- D P 5) MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. and its Still Imputation, Pullman Palace Propr c-- t- C-- T- a Pi P. P c 3 a P P m-B- Q a o PM p. P Win-onal- Vict-IVesid- tnt o o p&S p LI.I N Vice-Preside- 1S85. HARPER'S MAGAZINE ld P a- f 5-- JLw.I liri ?jivi 1 ;lit -- tiV (300-ly- .... ....i POSTED sf i .f.ijii',... !!! iii b-- cl. us'sssasas som-thin- oeml-annu- 3cr f um hi ru ' 1 M I'ost-Om- 1SS5. , 1 HARPER'S WEEKLY, 1 'e assess sa6sago , -- 1 111 Mon-tefior- ta. ' i3Mtc Cha-pin- aWii!Hll.l DU-eos- 1 I .u r". "y I Grat-clas- a dls-eas- 11 a n w e 's ., Paa'aent ' . "''in liiw itiia.iMe;