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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884120201 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi VOLUME XIII. 0 itefio STANFORD, KY.f TUESDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1884. EE aI imfm NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 307 CLOSING OUT SALE ..A.T- - ! Hayden's J. W, st3St:f,o:rjd Storei iet'st- , u .', t 111 order to close out my Immense Stock of Dry Goods quickly for CASH, I offer at retail 7 Of Dry droods, J 313,000 WORTH Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Fancy Goods, etc., irf "'HTJ'j etc., at and below wholesale cost. a . A greater portion of the stock is New AND SEASONABLE, having been bought for the present sea-t sons tracle, and tlie Goods are olit sunerior cmalitv and stvle. adantecl to the reouirements oi tlie best trade. The unseasonable aoods in stock are selling BELOW First COST and induce purchasers to buy and parry over for Spring aud Summer use. CtlGt Basffai&S &$ Ilesftin a limited amount a and siigntiy damaged goods, sold regardless oi cost to insure quicK sales, ine saie is oi tan-estrictly for cash and no accounts will be made. J. W. HAYDEN. "9 , 1 w . ... M l " i n How Oun Barren are wayed The beautiful (lower-like figures that face nl the barrel are really the line of welding, showing that two different metals, Hade. Hom nod curious appear on tbe aur- - Pay As You Co g Tbe brat of all rules for succeMful scd making both ends meet is "Py as you go." Beyond all countries in the world, ours la the one in hich the cnilll eys'eni is moat tm4 and abus ed, l'sas books are tbe bane and pest of domestic economy a perpetual plague, vexation and swindle. Abused by servants at the store and houre, disputed constantly by housekeepers and dealers they are tempt-atloto both parties to do wrong. "I nev"We neglected to enter er had that, ' forgot to bring the book." "Nevthis." er mind, we'll make a note of it," and so it goes. But the wont of it is that housekeeper are tempted to order what they have not the means to pay for, and when the time for lettlement comes tbey are straitened. A family can live respectably on a very moderate Income, if they always take the caih in hand and buy where they can buy to the best advantage. Then they will be ctreful first to get what is necessary. Kxtra comfort will be had if they can af But it is bad policy to buy on ford them credit No wise dealer pells so cheaply on credit as for cash. The Rileigh (N. 0.) Awi says: "One of tho most positive democratic victories obtained in the South waa here iu North Carolina. Oar majority in 1882 was 145; c now in 1834 it Is 20,000. And we any one to say that a singlo republican vote was suppressed in North Carolina. Had there beon any violence in any Southern State, would there not have been some witness to It? Where is the evidence? No one has heard a word of anything of the sort. Mr. Blaine is untruthful. When be falslfiet the facts he should be roundly denounced. "Excuse me madam," said a gentleman politely to a lady from whoto bead he had accidently pulled a false switch in a crowded car. "I've seen enough of you to convice me that you are no gentleman," exclaimed the confused woman. "And I," returned the suite man, hand ing back the lost switch, "have seen enough of you to convince me that you are no genYonkers Statesman. tleman either. house-keepinns One reisou why the Jerxeys have monop-olizs- d iron and atrel, are Intimately hlendeJ in making the fined and strongest barrels. The process of thut welding and blending steel and iion ia a srery interesting one. Flat bar or ribbon of aterl and Iron are alternate!? arranged together and then twisted into a cable and then welded tother and shaped Into a long, flat bar, which i next spirally coiled around a hollow called a mandrel, after which the edges of these spiral bars are heated and Grail welded. The ipiral coil ia now put upon a welding mandrel, ia aaln heated and carefully hammered into the shape of a gun barrel. Next comei the cold hammering, by which the porea of the metal are securely clotted The last, or finish tng operation, is to turn tbe barrel on a lathe to exactly its proper shape and size. By all the twistinjrs and weldings and hammerings, the metals are so blended that the urm has somewhat tho consistent 4 cy and toughness of woren ateel and iron ' A barrel thus made is rery hard to burst, but the finishing of the imtide of the bar rel is an operation requiring rery great care and skill. What is called a cylinder barrel is where the bore or hole through the barrel is made of uniform sits from end to end, A choke bore is one that is a little smaller at the muzzle end than it is at the breech end. There are various ways of "choking" gun barrels, but the object of all methods is to make the gun throw It shot cloie together with even and regular distribution nnd with great force. There are several kinds of metalic combinations use, the priocipal of which that are called Damascus, Ujrnard and laminated steel; the Damascus barrels are general ly considered the best. fdt. Nicholas. cyl-ind- er gun-make- 'I about all the poetry and romance there is to be found in the cattle buslncts, is because the ladies have become in many breeders. instances enthusiastic Jersey There are many ladies in our own State who have raised beautiful little herds of Jerseys, and gained a great deal of pleasure and proBt from the work. Most of these ladles started with a tingle animal. We know of one lady who invested, some years ago in a single heifer, and has today a herd valued at $5,000. There is certainly no more useful or valuable present, that a man can make his wife, than a Jersey heifer. When the ladiei become interested in dairying, tbe success of the new Southern Live industry will be assured Stock Journal Sheep are profitable in several ways says the Farmas Call: First, from wool; second from mutton and the third from manure. The gain from the last source is not susceptible of change, whether the price of wool and mutton be high or low, A sheep gives returns in the'e items for his keeping, and in balancing the returns the gains from the accumulation of manure (should be considered as well as the weight of tleece and carcaiss A few days ago a party of eight hundred foreign settlers arrived by special train from the West, at New York. They were mainly Scandinavians. They were going home to ppend the winter Rites of steamer travel are now oo low that they can go and return for $30. These are prosperous farm-en- s, going back in the dull season to take a look at the old country again. Gov. Cleveland keepa his own counsels well. He moves cautiously ard deliberately, but when the decision is once made it is quickly declared and generally meets public approvat, In selecting the men who, as Cabinet officers are to shape his administration at Washington and become his personal advisers, he will adopt the same course. It can be said that the sub ject baa not yet received any serious thought from him aud will not until belays down the Gubernatorial office . Cabinet makers, in preparing their slates, should also bear in mind that Governor Cleveland has a fondnesi for men of ability, efficiency and honesty, who are not active eeekers for places: The Cabinet, acgenuine surcordingly, is likely to be New York Times. prise to the country. 3rJElJEJJLT- - CLEARANCE SALE A LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF Men's, Youths' and Children's Clothing, From a Largo Eastorn Manufactory, at TN. frl US) The coat the back. was a very bad fit on too full in cue-teme- r; Wr M "That'll never do," said the a beanpole, meln frient," replied the dealer, 'Dot coat, "ish a very stylish garment. Look at dot bscVl Mein gracious, it ish iufly. See dot peautiful puffing e'er latest etyle and don't you forgot it. It vas made on Fifth Avenue. It ish the Fudder Hubbard etyle as Ish actually worth si much as file foliar more tor dot cut," and five minutes later the delighted customer left the store with his Father Hubbard coat. "It's like a shirt of This The Greatest BargainsOut within Age. Goods Must Bo Closed Thoao THE NEXT Main Street, SO DA1TSH TWO FARMS FOR SALE. I offer fur sale two farms, lying on the Stanfordlf and Souicraet pike, one containing 42)i Ares, mile east of WyDaburg Btatlou.C.U. U. B., and one ot loo Arrea, 1 mile north of sahl station. Considerable fruit, plenty of water, timber, 4c ImprsTementa fair. Terms eaay. one-ha231-Z- ui Como One, Oomo All, nnd Examine our Groat Bargains. chal-le'ng- Beautiful Blonde Well, dear, it is your turn now. This paper says that brunettes will be the most popular this season. Beautiful Brunette This is nothing unusual. You blondes have things your own way during the summer, but every fall there is t revulsion In favor of brunettes. Beautiful Blonde Yes, 1 have noticed that. I wonder why it is? v Beautiful Brunette Cold weather does Philadelnot redden a brunette's noee. phia call! cimi: Kou 1'it.Kn. , Pile, hro frequently preceded by miio of f Ight futlio hack, loins anil lower rart of tlio --.Women, Cuming tlio patient to upposihliaesomeanVctlon 41 1 tin kidneys or neighboring organ. At timet, )Tuptoms of Indigestion mo iirenent, as flatulency, uneasiness of tlip stomach, etc. A oiolituro, like jeriit utloti, producing eiy disagreeable Itching, after getting Marui, It a viry conuiion attendant. Itllnd, Illeetllng and Itching l'llo ) lei J at cuce to the application of Dr. Dosauko'a Pllo liouedy, which actt directly upon tho parte arftcted, alaorblng the Tumors, allaying tho lutcuio Itching aiid.nffectlug a Immanent cure, Price CO cent. AJJreu the Dr. Uosanko Medicine Co., I'iqua.Ohlo. S61J ly llcltoh-etU- k gtsgg. Qen. Logan, speaking of the result of the Presidential election, says: "I feel like tbe man who stubbed his toe and sat down on the stump to nurte it. His neighbor came along and asked: 'Hurts pretty bad, don't it?' 'Yes,' replied the man, as he hugged the toe closer in his hands, 'and the worst of it is I'm too big to cry and it hurts too bad for me to laugh." They have been legislating against skating rinks in Vermont, upon the ground that they aro demoralizing. A fitting companion piece to the work of these pure legislators Positive Cure for Piles. would be tbe endorsement of a resolution Some of the fcientiOc papers are publishTo thepeoPIeoftnl, county w would lay that ing an item to the e ffct that we are in- once passed by a certain Methodist confer- we haio teen given the agency ot Dr. Marchlal'a guaranteed Pile inence against "the ungodly practice of wear- Itallau debted to Pompeii for the canned-frui- t to euro or mouey refunded Internal, External, Commercial. Blind, Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price 60 cents dustry. It appears that soon. after the ex- ing suspender?."-Louisri- He a box. No cure, no piy. Tenny A McAlliter, cavations had commenced a party of AmerThere is one thing Presldeut Arthur can Drugglita. fond some jars of preserved figs in the congratulate icans himself upon: There will be d pantry of a house. The con Daughters, Wives and Mothers. no woman to come after him in the White We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlsl'a tents were found to be good, and during the House and tell what a dirty house she a female remedy, to cure FemaU Dlacaa-enext vear fruitcannlng waa introduced in- found when he moved out. Detroit Post. such aa Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and to the United State?. Ulceration, Falling and dlapUcemint or bearing Dr. ItOSANKO. down feeling, Irrcgalirlttlee, Barrenncw, Change TRY IT YOimSHLtf', narns hn becoruo 10 familiar with tho moat Thlt Life, Leuoorrhoja, bealdea many weakneaaos Tlis proof of tho pudding U not in chewing the of peopli) throughout tho United Statea ihat It ia ef iprlnging from tbe above, like Headache, BloatOlntment-emphitlcally lava-coverea, A tramp who asked for breakfast at a farmer's house and was refused a single crust exclaimed with an injured air: "Alar! how deceptive is humn nature. For two nights I have slept in your barn, etten of your apples aud drank of your cider, and now you treat me aa an utter stranger who baa no hold upon your friendship." Some farmers are so mean that if you were to steal their hay crop and burn their barn they wouldn't feel under Detroit Free the slightest obligations. Press. A dispatch was recently sent from Independence, Mo., to an inland town in Scotland, and an answer was received in one hour and ten minutes. This is what the telegraph men call fast time. There were four transfers on this side and five on the other. next door to Farmers National Bank. Saw MiUFor Sale! Haying determined to change my liuslneo, I rH.l.i.l.l n.v Hv . Vi.. oner lor " Bruih Creek, in Uisey coaiuy, wiuu-iiatatlonary; Boiler 40a; engine iuxu;Mill at- Shaft 2ieet. Edging Saw and Grlit u tacbeu. xne property us'ji ""' : vi"" Timber pleuty and acce&slble. I would be willing to exchange for good farm stock, aucb. as Mulea, Horaea, Cattle, Ac. ,.,.!. Peraona wiahlng to engage Jn tho lumber will find a good opening by applying to HUGH LOOAPif Uuatontllle, Ky. 2Vi.f mu'uuu Good HuuuiuK Order. In It. V. VADOKTT, Waynoaburg, Ky. CF. Peacock THE DRUGGIST. C3-- - O., and Indlanapolla, Ind.,dealerafnStelnway A Bona', Dicker Bros.', Flacber, Voae A Bona', Baldwin A llalnca', J. A Square Piano Fortes; Coa Cottage, Upright and and Hamilton Organs. Shonlnger also the Eatey, toruia to ault purLouUs-llle- IF.. . JK. Baldwin Cincinnati, BKPSKSKMT8 , Waters & HUSTONVILLE, Is Preparing Ulallne orgooda, in a flrat-cla- - - KY for a LI rely Sumraor Traue. Co., Kr., found In erery Tarlaty House of the kind, la large and complete u"r a Judicious Alterations in tho Internal Particular attention Is called to Secure Boom Oomfort and Better Display. chaser!. Don't glre your orders till you get our Dantllle, Ky. prices and terms. Poal-otfic- e, secured, and all other patent cause in the Patent Office and before the Courts prouipllr and carefully a' tended Caveata, PATENTS and Trade-Mar- A Large and Elegant Addition to tho Stock of Jewelry, And articles 0 Tertu. FREE! RELIABLE Hat SELF-CUR- hardly neceatary to (tato that ho la tho originator ol McltoWTti & Htagg, tlm DruggUta, tho great Dr. lloaanko'a Coogli and Lung Syrup, haro a free trial Lottloof Dr. lksuKo' Cgughand the peopls'a farorita remedy, wherever known, for aCTcctiona ol I.ungBynip for each and ciery rmevho U afflicted Coughi. Colds, Consumption and with Coughi, Cold, Aitlniu, Coiuiunptlon or any the Throat and Lungi. Prlco SO ccata a ad $1.00. Lung Affection. S&is. 6wlJ t7lIcKolerti trlng, but In haying an opportunity to try th '.'' I Upon receipt ol model or aketch ot Intention, I make rareful examination, and adriae ai to patWeakneaa, aieepleaanesa, Nervoua de- entability free of charge. ing, Bplnal and I make Jb'e.ea bility, Palpitation or tbe Heart, Ac. For sale by in iiecurcil. I'0Tt.i,!,, bottle. Bend imlenn apeclal relerencea druggUU. Prices SI and Jl 60 adTlce and Mnt,S1iJ to Dr. Maxcblat, Utlca, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. Wsablngton, D, C. Near V. S. Paten t Office. by Peuoy A McAIUter, Druggists. For tale E pr moderate, vntetit nocimrae ' A fivorltn rrescript Ion of one of thi isiulaitccUllatalii ttieU.H luoai noted and (now retired) for tbe curnof Btbilitt, .Manhood, llVafciie.. and vit. Henl DrajlatainfllHt lnplolnsealedenvclopdVee. Mo. Loult-- ns, Address OR. WARD & CO., ta--a ia to Xet-voti- 111 . S1 ha nd and in its leaeon, Oysters, fresh fish, and similar delicacies served In all styles Secretary McCuIlock will rcommecd a -- THIS and on short notice. Look out for the redaction of the whisky tax, sign "Woodbine Restaurant" and call when ov December 2, 1884 Stanford, Ky., Phil Thompson wants Commissioner you are hungry. F. W Maeonheimtr it of Interna Revenue Evans' pltce. Co , Dinvllle. Ky. e Fannie Elster, the onco famous w. P. "WALTON. Tbe meeting at the Biptist church died at Vienna, Friday aged 73. Is a inoro popular man than Dolvn Lockwood ovor wns. Bolva got onconducted by Rev. Fred Hale, which has Gov. McCreary denies thut he will ly ono voto In Lincoln County; tho Dr. gots tho support of nil tho been going on for the past two weeks may RlCHAKD II. SrAKTOK, of MajE- - build a $100,000 house in Washington. JtJDOE Good Looking Ladios; (tho ugly onos trado olsowhoro.) Up to (Monday). possibly close villo, who Las closely examined the tenure Mrs. Virgil Hewitt, wife of the depuItEANOIVN:-l- Io Iihh limn sparkling A'ow GooiIm, hcIIh cheap and glrcHii iitiiiriNoiiio pulr or vuhum to the lady who Una mem-orlzt'- H of office act, say that those Federal off- ty Commissioner of Insurance, died Fri to the present thero have been 33 additions SHOES, EOOTS and 25 baptisms, the result of the former and repeal lit the New Drug Ntoro IIiIh IInI: icer who are holding by appointment of day. meeting ahd tbe present one under Mr. Medicine of All KlnJi, Itottlri for tbe liable, Bplcrafor Tickling, and confirmation of the Ren-atDV- BOLD The boiler of a saw mill near the rmident Patent Mrdlrlncj, Llnlinenti, being 102 additions to the Holiday (iooui. should aa well dteabiwe their minds of exploded Saturday killing seven Hale's preaching Blood Purifiers Cough Ml a turn, Hair Itcnewe r, church. Seventeen converts were baptized be removed men. Ike belief that thejr cn not Kace rowdrn, Toilet Soaps, Fa co Puffi, (llautt for Falling Eyes, Toilet Self, Jerry Bell was accidentally shot and Sunday evening, the authorities of the until the expiration of the term for which Clgan loithe Gentlemen kindly tendering their Couiba, Hair Olli, Hair IlrutLea, tbej were appointed. The President can killed while returning from a hunt near Christian church Tooth Briiibci, Clolhra Ilrothii, baptistry for the purpose. The names of Taint Ilruihe. remove them at will and if the Senate Paris. Memorandum Rooks, l'ocket I'aptr, follows. Henry Faul-coneto confirm the new nominee, it in no Capt. David L. Payne, the famous Ok- the baptized are as Kntclopei, I'enrlli, Inki, Mit-ti- e Henry Banford, Jno. Pulliam, Kratber Duitera, helps the suspended officer. The lahoma boomer, died euhdenly at Wellingmanner Chlmneya, In reference to tho vnluo of tbeso Sfougct, Stodghill, Edward Grubb, Ellena Baker ltatirt, I'oekot Knlret, dikd law only require the President to ton, Kss. Blattt, Anderson, M. Uad-di- s, celebrated Bootti nml Shoes wo re Violin Mtrlogt, Whlipt, Doainate another and may keep on doins The Secretary of War reports that it Katie Baker, Edward; Instruments tor the afflicted, Olaae, Irene Stodghill, Wm. Purcell, S. J. spectfully reler you to tho following Chalk Crayon, an acceptable nomination to the cost 542.332,870 21 to run bis department so until ralnti. Mixed ralnls, Varnlibn, Pulliam, Jennie McAllster, together with gentlemen who havo bought then and 8moklDi; Tct.jcro for thegrandmotheri, Senate is made. 111 id feed, this year. Misses Reeder, Pulliam and Terhuno and In abort, anything you want, n lilt bo a good Vok Ing clerk. know their merit. Tho list is taken Abe Frxier (colored) was hanged at TVa are in receipt of a neatly printed Adams whose first names were not known from memory and of courao many paper, made entirely of saw dust. It is Little Rock for the murder of Lewis Davis to your correspondent. Miss Jeannelte ordinary wood paper and is two years ago. names are omitted: belter than the Heavy rains have broken the drouth Cochran nnd Mr. Clarence Anderson are made by n new process invented by Q. II. R. E. Barrow, ' to be baptized but were unable to be pres Pond, of Glen Falls, N. Y., by which saw of many months duration in the vicinity of ent yesterday. i.he following named perT. D. Rowland, doet, shavings, chips, pieces of wood, or Petersburg, Va. sons were received by letter: Henry Horc-lanSaniford Irwin, Smith & Sons' carpet mills at Yonkers' aBj refuse of caw mills, can be made into Miss Terhune, Miss Anderson, II. II. F. D. Albright, employing 3,500 people, have shut down ji pulp of fine, clear fibre in a very short Reeder and Mrs. McGinncss. DEALEU IN Jame3 Dudderar, time. This will produce a revolution in for an indefinite time. Mrs. Col. Duke returned Saturany New Orleans formally opens her great Hardware, g Home NIioch, bueioew, since but cerC. Bright,, ttroeerlcx, NhiIiIIcm, tie from Louisville where she had been attend k m r NhIIm, QiieciiMWtirr, Huggy Wlilpft, Bruce, tain kinds of wood had ever been used be- - Exposition on the 10th of December. It ing the marriage of her niece, Miss Mollie J. E. will remain open till next May. Wheel, Moves, Chho 31111m, Tare. HarucHH, M. Jones, to Dr. F. Blakey, of Laueerea F. J. Curran, Ninety thousand cattle, 110,000 sheep (Spokes, GrafCH, Clilcr MIIIk, I.h p Covcm, Some of the republican papers are saying C. H., South Carolina. Miss Mary Whet-thorn- e Ed. Carter, and 050,000 acres of land are owned by Htonewnre, Corn MiclIcrH, Collars, left Saturday for Baltimore, where that when the electors meet tomorrow Miller & Lex, stockmen in California. C. E. Martin, tbeir Totea 'or HedrickB they 'ill c sister living. She will The steamer Durango collided with the she has a married Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brlnley Combined Plows, Wooden and Geo. T. McRoberU, for President instead of Cleveland and for bark, Luke Bruce in the English Channel, probably remain until June. Miss Pinkie Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin RoofW. T. B. White, jeather Bayard or Wade Hampton for Vice Metcalfe left Sunday night for Atlanta, which caueed the drowning of 30 persons. ing and Guttering- will have prompt attention. Isaac Phillips, C. Whittehorne arrived President. The reasons alleged are that Fifty tobacco barns, worth $40,000i Georgia. Gen. W. sold out to the Independents C. .Morrison, Rev. II. Cleveland baa South Thursday on a visit to his have been burned by incendiaries in cen from the family. Mr. D. S. Hinman hai returned and that he has resolved to turn out no JohnS. Murphy, tral Kentucky since the crop was housed. officeholder except from cause. Of course from a visit to relatives in Wilmington. , Craig Lynn, Herman Linde, of New York,"clalms Ohio. Mr. W. 8. Dounton is again at the whole thing is a gauzy lie to have found the missing Rembrandt Smith Baughman, livery stable. M. Peyton, "The Washington monument, which has painting, "Slaughter of the Innocents," in a Wakefield's Eld. Joseph Ballou, Esq., of Stanford, was here Saturday on been in process of erection for years and Louisville, gallery. Dr. Hugh Reid, legal business. Mr. E. 8. Lee, of Cjving-to- n, A Western Democratic Congressman jresxs, had its last capstone laid Saturday Judgo 31. C. Sautley, spent Thanksgiving with t soon, when the fact was announced by would not be surprised if Gov. Cleveland family. Misses Belle Cbenanlt his father's of LouisGeorge Logan, TBBaing up the flags on all the public offered the Treasury Department to ex Secville, and Louise Szoit, of Sherman, Texas, G.jCarpenter, Dr. buildings. It is the highest structure in retary B. II Bristow. DKiLKIS 1. The Williamsburg Times siys that are visiting Mr. W. G. Dan lap. Mr. John Boiley, Ute world, being 520 feet, and is a fitting memory of him, who was $140,240 have been expended in buildings Gill Boyle, who has been attending Yale tribute to the A. R. Penny, Drugs, Books, Stationery and is on a "first in war, first in peace and first in the in its town this year and that the "little College for same monthi past home Judgo J. M. Philips, Fancy Articles. visit. Mira Sallie Borden, who has been mountiin hamlet" is on a regular boom. hearts of his countrymen." Peter Carter, visiting Mrs. J. J. Yelsir, returned to her A heavy rain prevailed Friday through Phyalclaot' rrttrrlptlon accurately compounded. .The Frankfort Capital says that Belva Saturday. Mrs. II. G. W. E. Varnon, - Alto regions of Virgin- home in Somerset out the ecourge-strickeAsaliockwood wears the same number in lather-in-laW. F. .McClary, ia. The terrible plague that prevailed was Sandifer is visiting the family of her abeea that Gov. Cleveland does iu hats 7 J. Judge N. Sandifer, of Covington. due to the long drouth and tbe consequent John Bright, Sr., The paper does not tell where it got its inMr. John Ballard haa been appointed spec taint in the water. Willie B. Walton, allega-liaa- s, The Largest Stock of "Watches, Olooks, formation ae to half of the above Robert McPhun, alias, Brice, charged ial policeman to keep order at the depot. wants to figure aa 3e- Jewelry and 8ilverware John Dudderar, but unless it The ladies and gentlemen comprisiug the with extensive forgeries in Calcutta, waa in a heavy damage suit it had betadaat Tom Stone, Krrr brought to tbl uiarktt Trim Lower than released from custody Friday. Judge Barr, very mysterious organization known as the tbo LoarU Watchpi, Clocxa and Jrwrlry H-rtter hedge or Belva Ann will teach it that Charlea Crow, of tbe U. fi. Circuit Court, decided that the C. K. T. Club held their annual reunion at palrcd on iboit notice and Warranted. it can't tickle around her feet in that way. evidence, which wae by Gilcber's Friday night and had a moit deRov. J. 31. Bruce, affidavits of parties At a Thanksgiving supper served by the in Calcutta, was not adequate, and and ac- lightful time. The bill of fare was printed G. G. Helm, $ in French and lived up to with religious TJnion Democratic Club at Richmond, Va., cordingly Bruce was freed. Master Peyton, Preparations are being made for th accuracy. a mammoth plum pudding weighing 219 J. A. Harris, pound?, representing the number of electo-rWot- e celebration of the Centennial Conference, M T. YERNON DEPARTMENT. Zan Dudderar, received by Cleveland, was par which will be held on the 9th of December Managed by Jno. B. Fish. Reuben Williams, taken of by 600 people. A twelve-pounin Baltimore, Md., in honor of the 100th slice was cut from it and sent to Gov.' anniversary of the establishment of Metho-dismi- in Wm. Carpenter, Sunday was a cold slushy day; rain and Cleveland. The fellow who cut the slice this country. All the branches of snow tell all day long. D. B. Hollzclaw, Methodism will be represented, the num pM$15 for the privilege. Miss Ella Joplin closed her school on D. Perkins, ber of the members of the Methodiat church Skate's creek, Friday. She was given a making s number of misstate- George Penny, Aitxh big dinner by one of her patrons. Miss and putting words into our mouth being estimated at 4,000,000. P. H. Carter, The Kentucky Jeans milh at Louis- Sallie Whitehead finished her five months Harrodaburg-Dcmthat we never used, the E. O. Walton, ville have shut down till February. This school at the Caye school house last week. -TI3A.3L.EIIH IN- ami suggests that we are a howler, but alA. F. Evaus, will causes curtailment in the production She went to Clay county Friday, where she ways know who to howl at. Just so and DrilK", Wall Paper, Wine, .tfltmleal ThomaB Iloueo, CiieuilcalH, Hookx, for that reason we will never howl at it. of Kentucky doeskin jeans of not less than will teach a five month select school. IiiNfri(eincn(M, Perhaps we should have stated tbe othPalntM, Stationery, Huff. Dudderar, vigarN. I'oeltet . Weiunt only for large game. The Demo' 3,550,000 yards. There are now four mills Oilx, NOHflM, t;iillr-v'oliavcow. Daniel Stagg, Jr., erst is too email a varmint for the amuni-Ho- n in that city, with a total of 965 looms er day when we spoke about 10 pos offices IUUlpM, Perruiucrj, Flro Ma eh In an increase of 785 since 1871. The mills in this county being held by democrats we carry. R. B.Woods, turn out an average of 500 piece?, or 23,000i that no republican could be found who Our Jewelry, SIlTerwnro and I'ptlcal Hoods Department Is In Charee oMJoI. The official majority of' Hon. James B. yards daily, and employ about Richard Orr, Thus. Mcharils, who will Itepalr iVatclics and Clocks 1'romptlj nnd In the best 1,000 or 1,- - would accept the offices tor tbe salary, HcCreary in the district is 2,146 fiutead of stjlc. W. P. Walton, which is cot mora than $25 per year for 200 bands last issue. He received the figures we gave tbe best one. A. K. Denny, DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNT T. 95 votes in Spencer and 233 in Owsley, Are we to have a Cbristmas tree this Richard Cobb, -both Wing considerably more than CleveH M Henry Hamner and party are again yeaiT If we are it is time to begin to fix R. T. Mattingly, land which accounts for the excess over reported to be lurking in the woods near for it. I believe tbe Sunday School has b W. J. Daugherty, oar table. The governor is a race hone Junction City. cot failed to have a Tree for several years aaA den't you forget it. Bourne, Dr. M. L. Mr. E. McPherson and Mies Sallie M. but now that it is no more, there will have Wm. Daugherty, is said that Senator Joe Blackburn is C. Russel were married Friday evening by to be a committee appointed outside to make tbe necessary arrangements. Who laying his wires to give the Lexington Eld. J. L. Allen at Gilcber's Hotel. John W. Bastin, AND The Danville friends of Judge Chas. will take the lead? and the disPestoffice to his sister-in-laF. M. Flenner, Capt. W. II. Spradlin, of the Cfaee. & trict collectorship to his brother Jim. The E. Kincaid, now in Europe, were delighted ! John Ferguson, to hear the announcement made a few days Nash. Railroad, was at home Sunday night 3Jbekburns are cotbing unless Geo. Dunn, A Full and complete HKnortHieiit of Furniture, cniuracJiig'eT-erytuln- g and they usually want the earth, but ago of his early marriage with one of the Col. Sam M, Burdett, District Attorney for W. H. Higgins, They wirj Kentucky, is in town this week. Rinkin mo hardly think this little arrangement Royal Princesses of England, from tho Cheapest to tho Fluent NultcM. No feirful lest during his etav in Italv h Mason, a prominent young attorney of Miko Elkin, need to go to tho large cltlcn to uiako yenr purchaHCM, no matter mil work. migbt be enveigled Miss Mat-ti- e Walker McKinney, what quantity quality you want, n I can and will duplicate The canvassing board could not decide the House of Savoy. into an alliance with Richmond, is in town Williams mado a business visit to Stan any prlccH you can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Also Robert Ferguson, Leman Brand contest for the Legislathe "Tho Belle, the bells, the jingling and ford last Friday. Mr. R. Newhall, of Cin a full assortment of CoHIuh, Caves, Nhrondg and ItobcH, embracW. F. McKinney, ture in Illinois and the matter has been re- the tingling of the bella" was heard at the cinnati, was in town yesterday. ing all the New Stylex, both cheap and expensive. Ware room ferred to the governor, who being a repub- U)urt-hous- e Bos3 Dillion, Monday morning and the oppoHlto St. Ahiiph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. give it to his man, in which lican will LAND, STOCK AND CROP. John Bright, Jr., cause was the trial of Jno. Rickets for sell .ttreat Black Jack will succeed himself in ing whisky. John beat a H. J. Darst, Saniford Erwin sold to T. D. Newland case in the Pothe Senate. inihvnw, ,ippER lice Court Saturday and in consequence he a lot of fat hogs at A and W. L Dawson Jno. S. Owsley, BOSS CLl' Co. ', John A. Logan is the most magnani came Bmillng to the scratch this morning. sold to John Ferguson some 340 pounders ttaVtl or . 'ana DRY Jamea A. Carpenter, mous man in tne country, no aciuany fi&g: the Danville Literary Club met Fri- at same price. OH AMBEnSBURO, PA. Adam Pence, aye he will submit to the expressed will of day evening at the residence of Mr. J. W. W. S. Beszley sold to Lehman Bros., Five Awards at tho Lonisvllle Expoh! will be received Proctor, "The various theories E. Florence, the people, which assertion J. concerning Baltimore, 50 head of New York cattle tion in 1883. .ESSku-S- Z with great relief, when it seems to be gene- matter" were discussed by Messrs. O. Beat-tMatt. Hutchinson, C cents; HanBberry weighing 1.C0O lbs. at Knirlnra from 2 to 130 horao rally known that the old fellow can't help froir C. Fales. A. B. Neleon and R. A. iwf r. fair Mill Corn J. Gabo Walters, 11V) totliB UtVMt atandari alrM. West, sold 48 head to tbe same party at I'ortatdo himself. Mill from tld North Carolina MlllHtono Co.,th Johnstone, Other members of the Club same price, averaging 1,057; and Jewe Doty Robert G. Hail, lMt Mills In the world fur mating weal for table present besides the host were Messrs. J. L. 15 head ut 5 cents, averaging seeker sent President-elec- t , "Some office ui. Write ttt price. Addrcsa 1,400. AlH. Ballou, - 'Cleveland a fine New Foundland dog, but Allen, A. H. Cheek, M. J. Durham, R. P. together, they were the best lot of cattle Rev. A. C. Newland, GEO. D. WEAKEN, Lancas ha returned him with a polite letter, saying Jacobs, E. n. Pierce, C. H. Rodea, J. B. ever shipped from Ibis market. Addio King, OENEnALAOT., P. HAMXON, be did not care to accept present?. He Walton and J. W. Yerkes. Messrs. H. G. ter .bews. County Day. Jesse Walters, Trarellng Agent. evidently does not propose to be a Giant Sandifer and A. B, Duncan were preeent damn, mean Coukt But few Yesterday waa a BtjIMFOBd, K on imicMio day. tin cattle were on J. H. Bright, by invitation. Jcind of a President. the market and the crowd In attendance Chas. Dunn, Simon T.Dwight, Robert 0. Miller and didn't seem to have much business on The Louisville Commercial denies the Joseph Hanna, three Dr. Leo F. Huflman, hand. Capt II. T. Bush reports tales of Choctaw And a host of other's. it&teaiant that it will shortly become a cents; mules youths arrived Saturday with tbe purpose some common cattle at 3 pales were looking up come and of seed paper. It will remain independThe Buell stock is tanned by the of entering Centre College to complete were made at $80 to $125. Howes brought ent with its strong republican proclivities their education. They long time cold liquor proSCO to $100. have heretofore Ann- ms heretofore. cess, thereby producing soft and pleas Academy near tho Texas One Bottle Instead of a Dozen. The decrease in the public debt was lino in the Indian Territory, They nil ant wearing material. Any method "And It took only ono, tattle to do a only about a million last month owing to have tbe Indian reserve of character, one gentleman, speaking ol Parker's Ualr It," said I that will tan stock in ten to thirty Valaam. heavy reduction in revenues and the pay- of them, Mr. Dwight, doing the talking bad a run of fever and when I got well of that my days in order to make it cheap will A. Largo Stock of the following for the pirty and he doing no ment of over $8,000,000 in pensions. nioie than hair began to fill out to fait as to alarm me. I unavoidably destroy its life, nnd when the past fiscal year the netreyen ue courtesy required in response to proper really didn't know what to do until one day s For friend said, 'Try Farkfr'i Hair Balsam.' What tho oil used in dressing evaporates tho of the government was lees than ISS.'l by questions. ne said none of them had urrrlied me was the fact that one bottle waa S from names in addition to those given enough, I expected to use up a dozen." Clean, leather becomea hard nnd brittle A $49,767,71 2j decrease in receipts above. They were accompanied as far as highly perfumed, not oily, not a djo. Ileatoros single thought should convince you Baker Grain Drills, Buckeye Grain Drills, receipts from in McShorry Grain Drills, Hoosier Grain Drills, Lexington by Rev. Mr. Turnbull, a Choc- original color. i. that notwithstanding tho difference in of taw nod Presbyterian minister, who left jealous Arhtladelpblaehoeraaker, Kalanazoo Harrows price, you can better auoru to ouy Champion Sulky Plows, GUamnion Steel Beam Plows, bis pretty wife, took an awl and deliberately at one oi tne ecuools of the latter city two Cider Mills, Uane Mills, Cane Mills, Evaporators, Buei.l's Boots and Show. STAMFORD, KY. Food OotteTs", jmBched both her eyes out. The fiend is Indian girls. He Is expected here W. P. WALTON. - - Proprietor. Buggies, Carriagoa, Surreys, Spring Wagons, Farm Wagons, &o. jaifbut. "Judge Lynch' could dispose of "AK MaaoDbehner'a Restaurant, oppo-sit- e & CO., in GEO. H. BRUCE tho Court House, Danville, Ky., meals Bite Htage,',20xSO. gii!.i8.?fAJii"-.formhis case of Elitht complete aita of & en- Solo Agents for Buell's Boots fe Sho$s, A few Mollncaml Furst and Bradley Mnllty Plows at Kchh thnn aro served at all hours. Game always on try Seating capacity, Including gallery. COO, olf the law. CORt to ClOHO OUf. lUaeonable ratea to good attraction. Addrea STANFORD, KY. J MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Smi-MccfeynteriorIo- DON'T FORGET DR. BOURNE, dan-acut- BUELL & THE NEWDRUG STORE GEO. H. BRUCE &C0. d, W. H. HIGGINS Iren, paper-makin- n. - Hiiry ,llNi - TATE & PENNY PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS. J n d M'ROBERTS&STAGG i o Opera House Block, Stanford, Ky., liinuor Arm, B im r It UNDERTAKER office-seeke- Dealer in !Fiixnitnre Parlor y. r vai mil US .JUtUX Taylor Manufacturing y, ,JM i full-blood- r. WEAKEN, COMMISSION MERCANT GEO. BEASOMABL MANUFACTURERS' AGENT. In-dl- OPERA HOUSE, y. . JtUhaU -- 100 b rrnn, Ulack -- t put on rrnn. THE HUCS WITH A SEMI-WEEKL- Y STJIPP-EBMEDNTT. INTERIOR STANFORD, KY .DtKJSMBBK S, ISM. A VISIT JOWL M How Opium U HmokeA, iBan Franolsco Chronlole.l volume xn. LOVE FEROCIOUS. A tftery of TO AN m OSTRICH FARM, t:', i fit Care... Key ri oiniaiay lWvreUlemelVi-s- t Me it we. I fcufewn VWH ColA tFantu ftovtew. ft Nt Hats bt b tail, Jus tow Ih tied KmknrM Without - f HmI, M Kle-e- s and Olte fliicrrs of obe hoar In eerou teat Indlaa the (Mr on Uoo r cnlnnmea. CaUforiiliCor. SpringBeld HepHbleaa.1 Cnllfornln Kntorprli tb lupous Hld-gaed fin ' yeer Itewi tbe ftrtsot Wes $ eeTy .lia'ln ( l 'ItBeei any VrteapM, Jhial-hHe Man Itdii.' lie terrled as a m tier near Is counted a nWad shot itd at tv steady, piettj well Advanced country. The p ace was tar.etl two or aeivll aeoR,and latt three yt ars.ago by a party of BaglUb eap-Itatlt- U During our s ay at In Angeles wr viite.l the osiricb ranch, aome twenty rii ie below. It la Me onlv one la lb i m expert with v on, that be was furred to cant about for Knowing rome met bed of Mlgutltohe a fool heater be sent for ,. him and empleytd Mm to put in hlswbo'e ' ' lime hunting beer In and about the gracing territory trtHeiWiteJ by liU atoclu Aa the India be aire ly killed Ave a ft bear h ceaeea,- - cerulnly a reeerd that front lerilnan nil, bt w 11 be prowl ''"-BMiguel', encounter with rhe Ism. two, gw tptfeisaew of the black varie'y, raaae very Roar patting short ep to his "reVlrWxuet,-a- s a Uar banter. Ho jumped up thU pjir while engaged in a play.ul wrestlj in a niou italu canyon on Friday last and bis first a i,t sent .the male tear bowling to the earth; iben another companion shot and it lolleJ over pierced right thruugh the brart. Hut by this time too mala animal bad regained.' hl feet and was making for the India with Mood in hl eye and death In bl paws. Ml.utd waited a second, thinking te make sure wet k of the second shot when the bear got nearer, but the weapon failed blui. It was a rill j an I the lover refused to work. The situation was critical. A second time be wrenched the lerer, hut to no rtY c and by t time the brute, rende-e- d so by the bullet in hiiside,wafairiy upon him. Hebadnotb-In- g to do but to club his gn and go at him, and this be did wi ha veugaac,s, but the Iwar brutbed it from bis grasp a It it bad been a bandiul of straw, And with bis bug paw clutched tbo Indian by tile left arm between the wrist and elbow. Then '"ha The beat a In tl o upper Peo is Tallay have tieen growing more bold In their do pre ta- baye wade tion for ome month uch liavoc among tbe hrrd owned by Mr. McKay, a leading ranchman of that see--t a-i- It dFedty. He hat some xlierle'nee at a beer hunter. wRharatidlty a km to can beadle the Wt ?(f birds. who I rough ov)r thirty-tw- o Remote as they are bow from their native wild, they seem to flourish well, and the venture, begun at first under aomewbat duubtiul circumstance, I tuning oat a tarcestful undertaking; Tuasa Immense bnhj are kept la corrals. A common board lence, higher than tbe ordinary, surround each corral, and divide tbetn. There is a space or open lane between tbe dr. y for trams and to carry pen food to 'he birds. Ihey eat a wagon load of shells in one day, besides a large coarse food, vegetables amount of etc. Tiie cost of allalfa o clover-rai- s each la $I,"0I, an I their welrbt la from 311 egg to 400 pounds. They lay seventy-fiv- e egg l valued at $W8. eaoi year, and Their feather are plucked twice a year, eack plucking averaging fJM. Tbe egg weigh two anT a bait pounds. It require four strong men te bold one of these pet while plucking their plume. It oeems a cruel proo4, and bo wonder ska birds resist so bard. They are savage aad dangerous when attacked, and can only be handled after a sack or stocking leg hai been drawn over the bead. They drive them into a corner, and slip a quietly aa possible behind them to draw tbe covering rapidly on tome feathers are pullud out easily, other are cut, and one has to understand bis business to prevent tbe bird from bleed lag to death. When the eggs are to be gathered a Chiaeman is called Into the arena, Tbe taken a tereedlslike ottnch aoerni to the smile of the beatben Chinee, and Is o taken up with his efforts to at' ack him that men slip la unnoticed and take doss Ion of tb eggs. ve-wa- THAT CH.WS TOBACCO. Broach! Over In the I'uwhatan anil to lie , Beat to. Central 1'ark. IN. T. Star. A few minates after the United 8tates ctramer Powhatan ha 1 been tied Bp In the navy.ysrl dock and her ship's company bat exchanged, r murks about the great country which they I adn't seen fir three year. LWute inntOboru appenred on the gang-ptau- k trading an exceudlug fragile, d anjmal. You are about to "Cobm along, Dt-y- . top oa tb soil of great HepuMUv Come," said the lileuteaant, at b o taxed be animal oter the j.link and anchored ber by a iw n string to what looked like a tin pan, but proved to be a rusty frag, ment of the United States Navy. The gsv telle for a gazelle it was snlfTe 1 once or tw ice at the piece or navy and turned up b r delicate nose. ' rT here did you gH tha T'satd a roport-rGAZELLE fawB-eelorv- a resting oa a baaiboo or earthenware' pillow about fir Incbea high. Near hia stand aa opium lamp, tee flame of wbiefa t protected by a glasa (hade low eaeugh far tbe poiat of the flame to project above tbe top of tbe shade. Tbe smker dipi it tBtoalittle box contained prepared eplam. A small quantity adheres to tbe point of the wire, which Is thea held ortr tbe flame of tbe lamp until tbe beat has wolleu it to aboat ten timet it original lee. This i rolled orer on the flat si Je of the clay bowl, tbe opium all tbe time adhering to tbe wire. When k baa been rolled to a soft, soli 1 mas it is again applied to tbe lamp, and this alternate roasting and rolling I kopt up for at least tea minute, by which time it is in th shape of a pill and ready for use. The aperture in the pipe la so small that It can only receive the smallest quantity and tbo most careful manipulation is seeded to tranfertbe tiny ball of opium from the eal of the wire to tbe bowl of pipe. Tbe point of tba wire k iacerted Into the bole of tbs pipe and worked round aad round till tbe oft opium forma into a eealeal baptd ring around tba wire. By twirllag tbe wire tbe drag ia gTadaaMy detached from It, leaving a bole through the oplnm aboat a large as tbe bale of tee pipe bowl, with wbleh it communicate. The pipe is now ready and the bowl is held over tbe lamp o that the opium come in contact with the flame. A spluttering noise ensue as tbe smoker sucks at bis pipe. After earn successive draw be ejects from note and mouth a volume of smoke, tbe very smell of which la enough te turn a horse's stomach. By tbe end of the foartb or fifth whiff the pipe ia empty. TW smoker soo ip up er dot at optaaa, rolls it into a pill ail repeat the opratlo i with tb same patUnce as before and smokes away until . the pipe fall from his hands and he i lost in dreamland. If tobacco smoking were only half the trouble tobacconlsta-woulsoon bare to sbut up shop. an-etfcd Tbe smoker Iks curled up, with bfa bead eb 1 des-era- te seemed to discern this, and the next moment had torn the flash from the arm that held the knife. I)y this time It w; a cleat- - cite of hug Utween the atah end beast. Ah the Indian dodged the bear1 desperate blows be he caught the' knife la bis left hand and then prang forward and clasped the animal tight around thi boly. This lasted a second, certainty not longer, for the bear was In a food way to grind the man into mlriee-meawhen, with a remarkably cool move, Miguel took from bis left the In fe end In the next Instant-plungeIt through the animal's side into bis beart. It will be some weeks before Miguel will be able to do any mere bunting. II now wears each of bis arms in soft cotton bandages. t, rembeml bis trusty It was unsheathed in a jiffy, and be sought to catch hia antagonist in the short ribs with its keen point, but tbe'wtly brute MlgUdl bowie-knife. The foHowtnr advertisement appear In the London Fitjtl. "A married ronple of position, wishing for an occasional chars to a country bow, would be happy to visit people of stain for a few week who would accept remuneration for the same Andrew, etc " ' otf uo-lerat- B Hor0W;irbttriMit jetly. To Grvg Cast n Oil. The, Frerch method of edmml.lering oastor pif to chil-dre- a t to pour the oil Into a pan over a fire, break an egg into it and stir up; wbeej It li.tlooe flavor with a little, salt ' pole, and about t ie shape of it. tibe baa long, slim, ansltive'lookiug ears, and op eye is d irk and the o her a csruleja bine. "Daisy was presatit d to Commander Ludlow of the Qulnnel.au,?," said Lieu tenant Osbo n, "by the TurkNh Governor-Genera- l vt Tripoli. Commandjr Ludlow has presen'ed ber to New York to be placed In the Zoological Oar dens at Central Park, and to me was delegated (be duty of bringing her aero. I am torry t part with ber, for she bss quit captivated our hearts by be.' Cute ways. I.'s the first gazelle I evjr nursed. Bbe glad lous me with ber soft dark eye and bsr cerulean blue eye also. 1 hope a ie won't die. 8be fai dreadfully ond of tobacco,' though, and European I Jeer. chews all she ran go." his a peculiar way when N.Y.BteningPDaM. da-- k eye and look Is published by a hungry of cl sln ber An Inter t Ing return Ing with a sort of "Gitumthree-grain- s Vienna journal with regard to tbe quantiof ty of boor brewed lit Europe last yrar. of corn " expression out the theHeat one. d lids England, of course, come tl at with 27, When she Is sportive gallons,' close over the sal blu i eye a"d the black Oil brewories andabout9l,0j0,000 though Germany 'a 23,1102 bre werle t and 000. one takei on a rougish sparkle. 000,000, runs her dote. These two counExpensive Hoyal lienor ttlotis, tries are far ahead of all the others, the II ondon Truth. J brew third being France, which has 3,0 J One journal annuuuoei that Prince eries, as against only 2,094 ia Austria and George of Wales has been appointed "to Hungary, though the quantity of beer one of the vacant garters," while, accord' tireweJ in Prance is only 157X),a)J gal log to another, be "sucoxd " the Duke Ions, as against 280,O00,0J0 gallons brewed of Albany. All royal pjr.ionages are ex-tr- a Belgium has In Austria and Hungary. knlgit, of whom there is an unlimited 1,250 breweries, which produced last year number, so l'rinoj tieorge'j creation has 210,230,000 gallon, and then came H ! Botbing whatever to do either with the or land, wl'b 00 breweries, producing!)!,').),. dltiary vacancies or with the death of hi 000 gallons; Russia, with 430 breweriet, to make ancle. The Qjeen bad producing 03,000,00) gallons; B wits and, Prince George a O. C. B., and his d with 421 breweiles, producing 27,000,000 promotion to a garter ba caused Norway, with 400 lire werle .pro- great surprise. The shade of George IIL gallons; ducing only 13,60 ,0J0 gallons; roust be sadly disquieted if it is aware of with 960 breweries, producing 23,00 1,0 X) the recklen profusion with which hi gallons; Sweden, with 22.) breweries, pro favorite order has been scattered about dUclngai.OOO.OOJ gallons, and Italy, with Europe by bis granddaughter. Ttiere are IS) breweries, 4,000,000 gallons. about seven time as many royal knight to then were at the. death of --William IV. Paper Uarnaeats. Last year the country bad to pay about New Haven Palled urn. fire baadred pound sterling for the ex Paper coll era aad shirt bosoms bare had pons of admitting Prince E I ward to hia they day, and arts but little used now, but tall in St. G org', and I auppoie there tbe patent upon thorn having expired, tte will soon be a similar demaucl for bis Atlanta Conttltutfon ex;ects to see gar- brother. It seem to me, howwer, that ments of every description made of paper, when distinctions of thU character are although It fears opposition to tbe general conferred upon royal poraoeageatbe tax. use of such material for clothing oa the payers ought not to be eeked to pay the ground that no man. would care to wear a coits, and tola la an opinion 'In wbioh alt of clothe liable at any time to melt thousands who-arnot radical 'bsaruiy away if be 1 eaagbt fas'a shower, or to be coincide. " VThat I lik in the garter,1 torn iato ahred when bo is pasting aid Lord PalmrtoD, U that there la tarbugbacrowdi NobodySroaH rfJk'go-la- g ao BOBaeaave- about merit." And why te a plcnle to fe paper ult.'n tbe eecfe aaaaaa telasj should like to have a wits dent of a sudden shower aa got leave him piece. of blu ribbon over ttjtlr cbeatp which is neither of entirely unprotected aad compel hia to wlllgence,a mark any carr rnerlr, nor M nor quality, ' eltr take passes naoersuuicung. c Tbe-gaz)II- to a bij marlae wMu lait year's patch a bis HiidulatiHj trouserx, but a face aa sailing a Jack o Lantern's. TV.nl? Ob,0Baedurn Kinorsoma'blBg shoved that eC oa to us at Tripoli. It' a ga a gazeHe." The grace!! UMte a .imal was much admired by vhrtor on the pier. Bb ataada about cig iteea lae-e- s hi ;U, and ber loag leg look like teneut bamb k cane cor red with short Hosd bj.r. Hr head 1 abowt aa big a- aa i aviator on a Ulegrapa - bu t, lnt-)nde- uuex-pecto- e - " . A pnilt frame . ' , The prison window.' 'i The tlp I fsshion: a quarter of ready mtrrlsd, at finre-T" a dollar, Q-- Tbe Hero a iMorrted Hash IN. T. Truth.i Kits Lucille Adams, the wealthy aalreaa, was one of a bevy of ladies who ran merrily, in picturesque c.istume, into the water at Long Branch. Miss Adams could swim, and with other of ber party waded out to the second bar, where (be. water was knee-deeand amused themselves splashing about in tbe water. So ob orbed were the ladle in their sports that they did aot observe tbe rising tide, but upon attempting to return found the water beyond their depth. By a great effort all the other girls managed to reach t'.ie shore, but Miss Adams' a'rengtb became exhausted and the was a. bout to sink. Tbia was observed by a distinguished party of foreigners, who were standing on the Iron pier waiting for the return of tbe boat to New York, .when oho of their number, Blr Richard Sinclair, plunged into tbe water. Tbe old hat atardy Baronet, Instead of reaching Mia Adams, was himself about to sink, whea a yatj exciting scene took place. Another of the party, Right Hon. W. Ing. Is, throwing off bis coat aad bat, plunged in, but, to tbe disgust of the look eis-on- , mad tint for his relative. After putting blm right, however, a fortune would have it, he wa in time to save Miss Adams' Ufa as well. Miss Adams clung to gentle-Eua- n ber preserver, a powerfully-buil- t of about forty years, o closely that to the lookers-o- n it seemed as If the two would sink. By a great effort, however, be disengaged ber arms, plunged under Death ber, aad landed ber safely on shore, Baalist the plajadtU et the Immense arowd that bad by this time assembled. As it often bappeas that the parties in such a dreagai married, it was hoped that la ttjat, oaaV oeieiy woald have aome pleaa. eat goaaip. 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LOCAL Wanted 100 bushels ( winter apple Bright & Cur run, Decombor 2, 1884 TIME C All wool Mack & tl am .'7 J Kdmlnton 0aley'fi. r nil We have put on the market to day CO 3. W. Glvens expects to start to morbsga coffee. 8pecial inducements by ssck. row with a car load of horses and mules Bright A Curran. U 45 r. u. M!l train going North.... ..., " for Lexington, Miss. I 60 p. u. " Bouth ...... Exprrtilrsln" Bouth ... 114 a.m. Fon Sale. 100,000 lbs. best sti sight Sixty-tw- o ol the cattle recently re .... 145 A.M. Norn be closed out at once. Special ported sold, belonged to G. C. Lyon, initcad Tbaabore Is calculated on standard time. Bolit flour, must figures glyen to dealers. Bright A .Cu- r- of the Carpenter Bros. Umel about 20 tuluutes faster 477. Your special correspondent, Mr. J. F. W., has fully the whole ground as In regard to dinner, enjoyment Ac , but as we are intormeu was a Utile off in his figures. There were present about 250 Swiss and Germans and about 100 Americans. The citizens of this community hold ran. The Presbyterian congregation voted LOCAL NOTICES. Mr. Oltenheimer in the highest esteem, as Neyeh in the history or Stanford could on Sunday in favor of employing Rev. Jas. he has proven himself a clever gentleman, Buy jour echool books from Tate ft goods have been bought at low ss now. Allen, as supply for half his time. Mr. worthy of our confidence. Tbe men he ennfi Allen gives promise of making them a HisAixitrAnTEiis for ichool books at Mo We advise all our country friends to read has Induced to settle in our midst are StagRV. Roberta the advertisements in this issue sod then very sufficient minister. without exception, good citizens, industriThe literary club has been resuscitated ous and frugal as Ncwakadeii of read mixed paints for come in and secure bargains. At cost and to habits, and receive a and entered on its exercises with spirit, A spring trade at McKobcrts ct HtigR. below cost is the cry On all sides. hearty welcome from our people. new feature in the organixition is the inaug Watciikb ami Jewelry repaired on short Commlfsioner T. J. Scott, of An effort will bo made to secure the loca- uration of a cooking department in which ootico and warranted by Tate A Penny, for sale the old Saunde r farm A coMrtrrr. stock of jewelry, latot tion of the District Collector's office at this it is designed.to give and receive instruction situated about style. Kockforri watches a specialty. Tate place and.there are good reasons for it. It is one mile from town on tbe in the culinary art on scientific principles. A Penny. more centrally located, has better railroad The club met a M. Cook's on Thursday LancaMei pike, containing about 193 acres, J. Doi'ni.i: ami singlft barrel shot guns facilities and Is much easier of nccew every to the highest bidder here last Friday. It night and had a large attendance. ranging from $3 to $100. Alto ammuniwas knocked off to W.R. Dillion for 2,-- , way. Stanford could aleo furnish as caption of all kinds at McKohcrta A Btagg's. The devouring dog is making nightly 500. Mr. Dillion informs us that he did able ft Collector as any other town in the Inroads on the sheep in this region. J. W. not buy the place PERSONAL. with the expectation of district. Powell, L B. Adams, Saml. Cowan and J. !! muking it his future home, but in specula-lion- , Mil T. F. 8rirK Is back from a visit to Mn GiiEr.NiiKniiY JJiihiiit can show O. McAIitter are among the mourners thus as be thinks it is certainly tbe cheap his dulcena at Louisville. the longest and clearest democratic record far. Sam Rsld is in hourly expectation of est farm in Lincoln county for the money. Mn J. C. Gcnthy will start to Texas t of an man in this section. Sixty years a visit, and others are looking for a renderf Tiiere Is one field In the place lying beWednesday to spend the winter. ago he cast his first vote for n democratic ing of the French proverb, "Let us return tween town and the Brown Spring, fronting Dr. Kh. Ai.cohn, the clever West Knd csndidate for president and for fifteen elec- to our mutton," in the choicest dog latin. the plkr, If cut into town lots of proper physician, wa here yesterday. Thanksgiving day, and Indeed all the tions he has done the same thing. He is I)cli.c Chknaui-t- , of Looisvillei 81 now and rejoices that be has lived to latter part of the week, our little village size, would sell for about as much as Mr. Mii Dillion gave for the whole farm. It is a is the guest of Miss Mattie l'axton. was a model of quiet and oiderly deportsee another democrat elected to Ibe highDeanuiui siiuauon and about tbe proier Mn and Mks. Wm Kovbtok, of Gar- est office in the gift of the people. ment. There was a meeting of all who distance from town to make it desirable rard, are at CapU Of i. H. McKinney's. n were disposed to a religious observance of An old frame home on Stanford street, It is Miss Mattie McAnnich, of Cssey, SEvritE Accident. Deputy Sheriff tbo day, at the Christian church. The adnot Royalty, who is visiting Mrs. Spears George S. Carpenter suffered a severe acci- dress, a well conceived and comprehensive occupied bv something less than a dozen colored families and having a very unenvident Saturday night. He was driving his Fisher. one, was delivered by Rev, Mr. Taylor, of able reputation, was burned last Friday Miu John J. McHoucivra and Dollie little gray mate and in going pretty fast the Baptist church. During the service a night. The property belonged to Mrs. have gone to spend n weak with relatives down a hill near Turneraville, same loose committee of ladies took possession of the Sallie A. Higgins. We understand that in Lexington. gear caused her to kick. Mr. Carpenter parsonage, and the Rev. gentleman found, Mn. and Miu. T. It. Walton returnthe town trustees declared this houee a was struck in the mouth nearly cutting his on reaching home, a sumptuous thanksgivnuisance some months ago, but for tbe ed yesterday fr0m a visit Mr. Wm. Roy-sto- n upper lip off, splitting open his lower lip ing dinner nicely spread, in the discussion want of courage or, some other reason and wife in Garrard. and knocking out two ol his front teeth. of which, he was aided by a number of failed to carry their declaration into effect. Mn. and Miu. J. I McKinnev, of He aIo received a severe gssh in the temsympathizing frlendr. It was set on fire about 9J r, m. Judge Richmond, were the guests of their parents. ple. He was fouud insensible and taken to Personally we had a pleasant reunion, Higgins Mr, McKinnev is going Into transfer bnl-nes- s Dr. T. Ii, Lewis who rewed his lip and othbeing spprised of the fact was around the old fireside, including all the soon en the scene and put out the llames. at Richmond. erwise ameliorated his condition. At pressurvivors of our household. Dr. J. C. CArr. F. M.Taylok, the clever and ent he is lying at his brother Dr. J. G. It was set on fire the second time about 12 Bogle and sister Lucy from Danville, Wm. efficient Pension Agent and his hsndiome Carpenter's, suffering greatly, though no o'clock, when the interested parties opened M. and wife from Stanford, Kite Bogle and fire with guns, pistols, Ac, in every direcwife, who have been located here for sever- serious results are entertained. We hope Rita Elliott, a schoolmate from Lancaster, tion, warning every one to stand back and al months, have gons to Somerset to re- to see him out before many days. aidjthe vivacious L. C. Alcorn, from London not interfere; the negroes occupying the main till spring. We commend them to Dkoite.) Dead, Mr. Kph. 8. Dudderar, met at home and gave an interesting signihoure were allowed to depart with their the good people of that town as In every son ol W. H Dudderar, died suddenly ficance to the festival. It was a pleuant plunder. While we are in favor of the way worthy of their kindness and attentions. Sunday night of hemorrhage, aged til years communion to the members of the family law taking its course in such cases and and C months. A year ago while working and we trust also to "the stranger within are opposed to mob law or violence in any LOCAL MATTERS. form, and do we think it wrong Fiiehii Fish always on hand. J. T. Har- all night at a wreck on the L. A ..S. he our gales" Memory perforce recalled to destroy especially private property, even if it be caught a deep cold which settled on his the names of those whose places are varis. for the public good, compenlungs Hoping to benefit him his father cant now and they lived again in tender sation, probably if without just had Black CiKE lrisreditula at T. R. the trustees done sent him some months ago to Colorado recollections. But his is au old man's their duty as officers the burning would never have happened and Mrs. Higgins tsst Tnurs-daAll wool Colored Cashmere nice tiality Springs, from which he returned both in musings and, of no interest to tbo practi- would have gotten reasonable pay for her apparently much improved, cal public. at "0j. Kdmiston A CUsley. houfe. health and spirits. Sunday night, with the The young folks, in order to show their IlniDH served in every style at my oyster family he was sitting at the fire playing on 1 8c. "Hough on Hali" titan oat Kits. peculiar thankfulness and probably in the "Koujhon Corni" forCjroi anil Bunions, ire. saloon 'ii Lincisier street. S S. Myers. a French harp, and had just remarked that way of preparation for the Sabbath sigThin peer's, "Welti' Health Uenewer" restores his lunja were still sufficient to get good desl nalized Saturday night with an imprompI UAvr. a nice assortment of table cuthealth ami vigor, cures dripepsta, Ac. tl. "Bough on Toothache" glm Inttsnt relief. 15c. lery wich I will sell vervebeap, 8. K. My- of music out of such an instrument, when tu hop. It had been their intention to hold in an instant blood began to Itaw from his this solemnity on Friday night, bat, tbo ex- ' Ladlti who would retain freihness and vivacity, ers. He called to his father who went pected musio failed to materialize. Young don't fill to try "WeJIi' Health Uenewer." "Buchu-pilha,- " OroRor. Sizrn, the young man who was mouth. great kidney sad urlniry cure. to him, but in 1cm than a minute he was America in the West End, however, is i, rata, mice cleared Flltt, roaches, ants, run over by a fire engine, at Harrodsburg, dead. He was a kind hearted, hard to head off. "When they will they out by "Hough on Rats." ISc. it dead. "Rough on Coughs," troches, 15c; liquid, 25c. young man and his friends give him up will, you may depend on't;" and they willAll wool Flannel IS cents, Calico 5 regretfully. The remains were interred at ed to have a dance. 'Squire Peyton, whose For children, ilow In dtTclopratnt, puny and delicate, me"Yell' Health Renswer." cents, Heavy Drown Cotton 0. Kdmis- - Buffalo Cemetery yesterday at I I'. M. violin has for years been the call to scenes of "Rough oa Dentist" Tooth Powder. Try It. 15c ton A Omley. Nervous Weakoeu, Djiptpila, Bexual Debility JuixiiNo from the way the Danville Ad saltation, promised to be on band, and the cured by "Weill Health lien er." SI. Death. Of old age on the morning of rocatc bristled up and gavo an exhibition of participants expectant assembled in anticiMother Swan's Worm Syrup, tor feYcrUhccM, the'JS.h, Harrison Hollzclaw. He wss an its ill temper week before last, we imagined pation of a joyous evening. Just at this worms, constipation; tasteless. 25c. uncle of Francis lloliwlaw at whoe house that it was ready and willing to defend it- point, the writer visited the hall in search Stinging, irritation, all Kidney and Urinary (1. complaints cured by "Iluchu-patba,- " he died. self, and knowing further that even a worm of an item and learned that word bad just Night iveati, fever, chilli, malaria, dyspepsia, come in to the effect that 'Squire had fallcured by "Wells' Health Renewcr." Wi: send out a supplement with this is will turn when trampled upon, we said en into the hands ol a gay young widow My husband (writes a lady) is three times tbe sue, which besides containing some inter some things about that estimable paper and its esteemed editor that we might not have and could not come. A substitute volun man since using "Wells' Health Renewer." fl. eating reading will tell how cheaply KdmisIf you are (ailing, broken, worn out and nerteered provided he could obtain an instruton A Owtley will sell you goods for the said except under provocation. But the SI. Health ment; but 'Squire wouldn't lend his fiddle. vous, use "Wells' Kidney Renewer." in America; meeknefs with which it took its ctstigation complaint I'rcTalence of next 30 days. indefatigaa a quick, completruris. SI. has changed the whole tide of our feelings Things looked gloomy; but the County Court yesterday furnished no toward it and we now feel as he no doubt ble management sent out and borrowed Bilitem of importance. Some fiduciary settleSEW im:RTl$EMENTe,. does, who strikes a defenseless man or a ly Williams' parlor organ which manipu ments, changes in road surveyors and the lated by Mr. Mudget, and supperted bv a woman in such a condition that a fiend In granting of tavern license to 'Squire Portman IV. P. SIcCJDAKY carnate could not lay hands on her. We brace of brass horns, two French harps and sums up the entire business. therefore make the amende honorable to our a piir of roller states, constituted an or- Ii a taodlilite for repreientitlTe of Lincoln "counThe Tragedy of the Lost Cause will be tnesk and lowly brother and award to him chestra at once unique and effective. The ty, lubjcet to tbe action ol the democracy. ocpresented at the Opera House, nov.t Sat- the palm either for being the best christian dancers say that the genuine fun of the JOHN H- - MILLER night Cth. A citizm who saw it at on earth, ready ever to turn the other casion was worth more than all tbe stately urday bearing, picturesque posing and mathematcandidate 'or repreieotatlre of Lincoln counIsa Georgetown pronounces it one of the best cheek when the one is smitten, or for the In witnessed in ty thetha neit Legislature, tuliject to tbe action democracy. of and most realistic performances ho ever remarkable possession of the virtue of re- ical precision they have ever saw. straint, sometimes characterize as timid- - tho most elaborate entertainments. m CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNT). FniDAY night, though exceedingly disagreeable without, brought the largest crowd MARRIAGES Hogs were changing hands here last I Vlll fell at public ruction. If ot oM prlralc-l- y to the rink of the season. All had a big MONDAY, BhCEMBEIl I, County beiore. Rush Branch church, Mr. Saturday at 1 cents. Crab Orchard is a Court day on rive ' buret of Stock In the Farm-er- a at here, time. The Valley Cornet Band outdid all National Hank ot Seauford, CVrles Withers and Miss Docia B. Cam-Ue- better market than Cincinnati for this com 30ist i. ih'iox pn jri, Ell. nreviou efforts in furnishing music Skst- modity. will be united in marriage. ing as usual nxt Friday night. The protracted meeting at the Baptist Ansel M. Wilson, a youth of 10 sum- . A2VI& Weatiikek, A soaking rain fell mers, was married a few days ago to Miss church closed last Tuesday night with nine Tin: additions to tho church, mostly by baptism. Friday and Sunday, morning early risers Mary E. Barber, daughter of Dr. II. L. It is reported that Col. "W. O. Welch saw the eirth enveloped in her first suit of Barber. The bride ia three years older than will be an applicant for the collectorehip beautiful snnw thin season. It contin- her husband. the I will nl on the pmnljea In HustooTliIe, DhC.13, 1681. a Kod Home and Mr. John S. Ford, a widower from in this district. He is the right man for and my Household and Kitchen Furniture. Tcmu ued to snow nenrly ull day, but melting the place and every man, woman and child, made knowu on day of ale. litTexas, camo all tbe way from there last even fsster than It fell, there were but t WAi'TEn IIUSTOX. week, for Mra..M&ttie Jennings, whom ho white and black, In the Kaat End nre for tle signs of the white covering by night, you, Colonel. made his wife Friday. Tho ceremony oc M. Peyton, Kj , sold at auction yesterMr. Ludwickochler will start a cheese curred at the Myers IIouso. day, 10 sharen of First National Bank of factory here, in the spring. He has a sup edit-oriMr. Klchard W. Knott, the, able estate of II. B. Lytle, Stanford, 5 to F. B, McClary at $1'J3 and 5 writer of the Courier Journal, was ply of his manufacture on hand and it fur AtAdmlnlitratrtxof the public ealo to the dee'd, I will oiler at to II. N. Ware at the siine price. Dr. married Thursday last to Miss excells our American cheese and is destined bidder oa , highlit Mable Foos, Fowler's five shares in the Farmers Na to supersede it to a great extent. Aek Col, daughter of a wealthy capitalist and DEC. 2, 1884, tional were withdrawn at $110.50. He Hill about it, ho tried it. of Springfield O. 1 rolle sold 11 shares of the same stock to Deborde & Tatem sold their' black- AttTiolntemldenfoof decedent, about of wcitqf Stanford, the (leripnaljroncrty RELIGIOUS'. Adam W. Carpenter at $110.80. h. thodeoodent,coni I) smith shop and tools en' last Saturday to ThteoS-yea- r oMS teeri, 3 jrearltn; Stceri. 3 milk members of the Uaptiit Mr. Ludwickochler, a German, for $72, All the Cowi and CaWea. a lot of Caltei. Steers and Helf- The Great Southern Combination in the em.4 MuWi. 2 llonei. 6 fat Hoes, about 100 Lost Cause, and under church here are requested to meet pn the binding themselves not to put up an oppolyric tragedy of the bushel) or Wheat, Household and Furnlturo and in the town, either directly or Fanning Implement!. tho management of the author, Maj. Pick- second Saturday for the purport of calling sition shop lumiot 210 indirectly. Mr. Deborde will leave for the oxer TKhMs; For all credit of lour and utidor, I'isli; a pastor for his full time. months on notes that amount , a ett, will give a performance at the Stanford security, tearing lntcreit from day ol -- To the members of the Christian West as Boon ac ho can sell his dwelling. with good Opera House, Saturday evening, December tale and payable In bank. loth to give up so clever and ALICE II'. LXTfjK, Adm. Oth. Reserved circle 75 cents, at which church at btanford: In deference to the Wo are very judgment and feelings of brethren, we will so useful a citizen and the people of Crab price ticketB can be secured at McKoberta cheerfully recommend him to & StaggV; admission to other parts of the say that we will not have our "family Orchard do Cau be Made meeting" next Thurjday night. Joseph any community in which he may cast his gallery 25 cents. house 60; Dallou. lot. Hr anv man or woman, plrl or boy who will organ-li- e The Rl. Rev. Bishop Dudley, assisted The Danville Adixxate neglected to state Look out, there is "something going clubs loithoU'EIKbY WOULD, thcgrcatlarw ,complcto In all department!. that In order to beat the Interior Joun-NA- by several distinguished clergymen, will to drap" pretty soon, Misses Mollie King and homo newspaper rur iw un- Atrenii nam mi each ta will be and the Tribunt in bidding for certain ordain tho Rev. 8. 8. Pentr to the Holy and Lula Bowman have returned home icrtbors at SI tw o; ror oUaubicrltri, jrj tor wiuosciiwn, paid; wcrlc it threw in s column and a half of Priesthood on Friday, in tho Episcopal from a visit to Stanford. Miss Ella Dooree, for la subscribers, J; lor lu subscribers, Si; for 3 matter, which it published three or four Church, of Richmond. Mr. Pentz will be who has been very ill for some weeks, we lubicrlbers, CI. In ere'y town and Tillage CirAgent! wanted for Ueui. voplea free. times for nothing, and when we remonstra- remembered here as a little are clad to learn, is much better. Mirs cular! and ainiple ti tnn banner Send Democratic THE WOULD Methodist preacher. ted with the editor he had the cheek to nay tho Union. Krrry Democrat should read and Susie Buchanan leave in a few Lilliss Hi; Bunday, l 50; ?0; Dr. J. V, Cox has been called to days to visit friends and relatives at Knox- - it. Pally, per year. he printed the matter as news. We would Weekly, St him to print all his alleged news presch for the church at Colemansvfllo ville. Tenn. Miss Lillia Lee Lyter, of advise three or four times. It would save the next year. There was but one negative Louisville, a former teacher in our College, Imkiiok We will club the old friends here. The many coniern money nm! make the paper fully vote. Thin U highly creditable to the is visiting her D. Pettus will be surprised .lowiXAl. Tttth the Weekly World one year for AVorld, lit tO, and !2 78; with the as at pnsent na a vehiclo for Doctor, as he hid preached for that church friends of Dr. J. as valuable to learn that he was handsomely caned by the Dally World for tl. n number of years. lie declined last fall a pretty young lady of Louisville, and his with W. I. WALTON, Stanford, Ky. frtsh news. co-erWal-ton'rt y bed-bugwell-behavRucbu-palba'1 to serve for the year now closing. He will wile also received a beautiful silve'r cast or feel at home among the brethren when he during the melee. returns to tbcm next January. Apostolic .1. K Dillion has bought' of Samuel Time. Ward the Harris Home saloon for the of this year. HUSTON VILLE, LINCOLN COUNT. 3 A SPLENDID CHANCE Having determined to go West to engage in business, we will commence REDUCING OUR STOCK Farm-Implements From this date at greatly reduced prices. We will sell all at cost, consisting of Wagons of all kinds, Bug 5!gies, Carriages, &c, 6) 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 tlie best paying stock in Stanford. Stock consists of Hardware, Groceries, Farming Implements, Wagons and Carriages. RIGHT k -- CURRAN. National liank. Reference-Fir- st THE- CHEAP GROCER. T. R. WALTON, fs! Main dai Sftaiessef its BAItfK STOCK. IYOU&E STANFORD, BEMAREABLY KIT, To-da- y -- ii LOT LOW PRICES GIVEN FOR CASH, FURNITURE FOR SALE Sflfl-l- lt Customers, No And to Prompt Paying Short-tim- e goods sold on long timo. T. E. WALTON, Viisch lower Hum ever. nee Ilicni. -- nl Admx.' Sale! Beunlirul Tin Sets nml should CorI The Indies T. It. WAITON. man-ufictur- ly TUESDAY, Conned Goods in groat varioty and lower ovon than last year. T. R. WALTON. NowJCitron, Currants, Prunes, Raisins, Figs, Dates, Macaroni, iny, &o. Horn-T- . R. WALT02T. 303-3- MONEY Finest Lino ol' Candles, plain and fancy, In Stanford. bo Immense. Mr Cliilstmns Stock will T. IJ. WALTON. L w.a.. -- Tho best Straight nnd Patent Flours always in stock- T. R. WALTON. Sugars and CofFeos woro Newi-tiape'- of y, nover lower than now. T. R. WALTON. Skwi-Wkek- Sarcl-Wtek- PLEASE a-A-X- lit i&OiWL GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. PAINT LICK, GARRARD COUNTS PROFESSIONAL 2JSS ADD will ''' Mr. Joe Mulliii lias been quite sick Lancaster. away tliau aujrthlng olte In ttilt world. l'ortuut , ALEX. ANDEKUON, await tho worker abaolutelr ure. At once ad- A.T1 IA.AV, The German Dancing Club will aire a for several days. iiiew im c. x in.. Aiiguaia, iaiu DANVILLE, KV day, Mr. Married on Thanksgiving December 2, 1884 German and hop at their Hall on Friday Stanford, Ky Will practice In tho Courts or Boyle and adjoining George Gum to Miis Addle Tudor, both of otuntlc and In the Court of Appeal. evening Dec. 5th. I A soaking rain fell here Friday replen- this county. lfiStflsVILLrf&NASHVml' rubUghcd Titcintaua ntiil FrttXav, J. D. FI8H. A Reward of Two ltutiprnl Dollar will be Farmers are running their hogs Into ishing tbe cisterns and making us all hapA.t JLivv. Cour, by the frlftiJiof the late J N. Ilentdlcl for paid II IMIIIMIlB tbe py. The average Lancaster man will have market as fast as possible, but they are And Muter Coininlaaioncr llockcaatlo Circuit capture of hi murderer, Henry Roberta Roberta THE GREAT MT. VERNON, KV. tftb.OO PER. ANNUM I about 21 year of aw, dark complexion, haial complaining of low prices. water for bathing purposes. Will practice In the llockcaitlo Courti. Collec- eye, atuoolh face and wry bad countenance, rath(118) All ladles wanting to make nice cakes tion a ipcclalty. Offico In er heavy bull), weighing probably IM round. All is not serene as it should be in the Vktn paid trlctly In advance. II w nave to wait any time, 83.50 will ba charged . Already we are for Christmas can get the Holler Mill democratic camp here. LEE F. HUFFMAN, having crimination and recrimination about FJour at C. B. Engloman's. ! STANFORD. KV. John Smith is the happiest man in OOce South aid Main Street, two door above The Old Man Who Has Nat Shared Since tbe effices, It is sad, yet why should we I ha to Iwen Moliitrd ut f r tho aaln nf the the Mrora these dig gin's over the advent nf two pretty Pure Nltrou Iloteh Uaa weep? ('. lllitio and heir, containing i860 Turns Up. admlnlatered when re- firm of Mr. Prm-bOxlds lying - oi n tuna iroiu iiiiitunviue I.n .irrvM, man, of appaOar first snow of the season fell Sun-da- v little girl babies. Eisily made happy to quired. A tall, ou me Mixny rue aim l Hereby ou.tr ll private- t two tnrle It it tin akooiI dwelling-hoiitIt melted as it fell leaving the streets be sure. EJ. rently fifty-fir- e DH. W. U. PENNY, year?, walked Into Binder and 0 room , newiue the iioMurr out.titlldtnei, Our villagers observed Thanksgiving, Saturday af- in a bad condition, rendering it almost Duntlrtt. It well watered and I good. rub litii.t worth Ssyentli street barber shop on 8TANF0RD, KENTUCKY. much more than I aiked for It Thursday, and every one who could raise a for people to attend church. ternoon and seated himself In a chair. A Apply to rue lor further particular. Offlce orer Robt. &. Lytle' atore. Office hour Died, on the SOth Inst., at the home of a shot gun or an old army musket went to from 8 to 12 A. kf.an.l llnlr. w. Anuthtlri ml 287 S.S,ui heavy black beard covered his fico and hit It. T. 11 VMM, Btaoford, Ky Wllhoot r. Change and with Speed Unrhaled thirl front, and was anally lost to atgnt her father, Mr. Elijah Lear, in this county, the fields and made war upon the quails mlnlitered when neceaaary. of his waist MisaZirelda Lear. She was interred in and rabbits. within the capacious recesses College. SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE We had a steady rain Friday, some the Lancaster Cemetery, Monday afterraou lol'milu to coat. STANFORD. KY. thing that has been badly needed for the "Hair cut, sit?" said the barber, m he be noon. Tho College girls took advantage of last two months. All of the wells and cis On account of my falling health, I oflVr for sale gn to tuck a towel around the collar of well known work Mules, lii band high, preliminary to picking up Thanksgiving some to go home and oth- terns were about dry. Farmers had to mythe cars, tottnd, gentle nnd true pullers, u(d With a Full Corps of Teachers, to fait customer, and PIIDC Without chang lo when I adrertlae In Tun iNiKaioa Jovsnal I UririO Naahtlllt, Memphl, The old man, who had been ers to visit friends in town. The school haul stock water for miles. Thlilnitltutlon will open Ita Fifteenth Seulon MttU ItocV, Jfonlforurj, Atlanta tavannab, hart nercr filled to tell, and noon nt that. on tbe tit Monday In Heptembvr next. It seems that the rogues have a partic JackonllI. Mobile, and Nw Urltan. r. .i buy with his beard Uurinu mis interval, is flourishing and Prof Z)Horsis empbati- rS-lBlaulord, Ky. of j cally the right man in the right place ular fondues for Mr. A tt. Ely. They bow exposed it to the astonished j;z3 ALL THE I111ANCIIK8 OK A BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA The leap year pary at Franklin Ioslitut have takeii nearly a'l of his turnips and reached fully thrtc inchcB the shop It In Pa'are ( ar Willi ut I'liatK cabbage and now they have commenced on THOnOUGHENGUSHGOUnSE below his knew when it was uncoiled. He on Thnrcday evening was well patronized SHORT LIME TO THE EAST hete ho glaDced and was a very enjoyable aflair. The his hogs A few nights ago some scounreplied: "No, I mm I untilleln Aro taught, m well u ralclrwltl,outiban- 1 bare remored to corner Main A DepM tt , and drel Bhot one of them. 1 the ehop with a triumphant smile young lady managers not only had the satarena am prepared to aerie the ladle In Seeking home on th MDBIO, THE LANQDAaEB, UUAW-IN- O the belt atyleandat "I want this beard taken off clean." Ap- isfaction of seeing every one present enjoy line al thla roid will One of the few sentences which people and other kind of dewing Ina (hare AND PAINTINO. receive apecla low rat... reasonable rate. Pollcltlog ol yeur patronparently seeing that feme explanation themselves but also made a neat little fura remember as Garfield's must come borne age, 1 am, reapcctfully, S thu Apu of C. P. Company for ratn. rout c..orwrli ATKORf, 0. P. 4 t. A. JUNS KIil,l N.HII.Kl would be welcome to the astonished gath of money. with sharp import to James Q. Blaine. It zy.'-iStanford, Ky. '" Loulavllla. Kr. Lancaster can and does boast of Ihe is this: "The man who attempts to get up ering barbers and customer, the old man In Tuition, price range from 315 to ISO In th in tones that showed the emotion stii-ris- g presence of a genuine firat class merchant a political excitement in this country on aid regular Depart meuta. Prtnary, 123; Intermed tf-- B 5; I'tepantOJT, f to, nd Oollestate, ISC. tailor. Our dudes are now coming out in tbe old sectional issues will find himself within him: no rszjr has some suits that are simply fascinating not without a party and without support." cro yean "For twenty-fou- r For full particular, aa to Board, Ae.,addre This last effect, HHN. N. V. THUi:iIF.AlST. frlnclpatl, .touched this face. This beard U the result. to mention appalling. & Stanford, Lincoln Co., Ky, ts! Your Uncle Sim uel Tilden baa lived lo CD Il.waa in 18G0 I was as spruce a young though, is not the tailor's fault. m Hendricks seethe wron of 1376 righted. a) t" telea LanThe people of Lancaster want the chap as ever kicked up his heels at has been vindicated and the sage of Grey- caster county wedding, and everybody graph office in town. The depot is entireIV stone baa tbe proud satistaction of knowing 1 THE O.YJM' LINE RUNN1NH ksaw young Joe Bartow in those parts. ly too far away for business men. An office will live in history as the only man CD They called me 'young Joe' to make adifftr-esc- e in town would increase the service 50 that he who ever twice declined the Presidency. Cars'. between the old man and me. The per cent. The Western. Union will please B P-E. H. BURNSIDE, "How is it, .Mr. lirowo," eaiu a miller to Bourbon Draocrat to the take notice and govern itself accordingly. old man was a CD AND rJOMD TUAIN8 Claik Farris, our accomodating livery a farmer; "that when I came to measure CD W backbone, and I was with him till he split S Woll - Known LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO This Old w in Ihe 1SG0 convention, when the Southern- stable man, tried to beat a heavy sample those ten barrels of apples I bought of you 3 Hotol Maintains trunk (weight 2,000 lbs.) down stairs. The I found them nearly two barrels shorl?" Breckinridge and we ers put up John C. High . PPPM the North nominated Stephen A. Douglas. race was nip and tuck until near the bot "Singular, very eiogular, for I sent them AND 3-gs-,0 h Tie old man went in for Brebkinridee. I tom when the trunk collared Clark and to you in ten of your own tbur barreled' of the "Monoa '"H' go Routo" andJ'1" throut-- to train Its Proprietor ii Determined that t? ' worked for beat him by a length. Clark's legs were "Ahem, did, eh ?" said the miller "Well, felt strong on the subject and ffl , c it Shall be Second to no Country Orcencaatlc, CranronlitTllIp, Lafayette Let's imbibe." Douglas day and night. I used to be very bidly bruised and he went lo bed for a few perhaps I male a mistake Hotel in tbe State in iti Fare, ami Chicago nllhout change. j i c-pAppointment!, or Attensmart in those days, but I worked so hard days. He was abln to appea'r again yesterWhen a cow holds up her milk, says the time TAiinn. . day with a crurcv. tion to Comfort of g-eghad Lo time for prinking up. HTATIONS. Farm Journal, tie her calf near by while lally. Daily. tbeir Quests. Miss Minnie Walker, of upper GarOae night I made a speech in the old milking or give her something to eat. The tea. Loulatlll..... TOpta fcj e--fTurnpike lavern. I had a week's growth rard, is visillng her sister Mr?. W. 0. Rig- - idea is to divert her attention while being I 01 a m a 01 pro Ilaearae wlllb eoare;! to aid frow th it Arr. Orrrimatl. " Crawf,nllJ ... ..... IMin lot pm free of ehar;. Kprrlal aernmnadatloB of stubble on my face, and before I had ncy. 31I8S Allie Hubble, of Lincoln coun" UfayrlU milked. 3 II a Hi to CoramerelalTrateltr. Th llarnlll I Ii iiu " Chirr co spoken a dczin words some lout sang oat, ty, is the guest of Miss Mary Hubble near lnaj aapnlled with the cholrett !Him l Mpn (MILLIONAIRES. braada of Manor aad t'laara. inatumttllrect rout, with Everybody laughed as town. Mrs Loug, of Lexington, is visiting on ihannol '(to Ret a thave.' wr. NM. In Xvl.o.ln, .lB0Mt. or lrthr Information aldrraa Iebfuka, Ae they looked at me. 'Get a shave?' ayiI, her daughter at the College. Miss Maud lomo of the Wealthy I'eople of New Tork au llevealed by tlin Tnx-ItolR MUltltAV :fcLLKIl.( ! A. Z"1. H J EN Tr4. Mark. MllllttTCN Nl'IX'IFIC, 'no razor touches iny face until I see a dem- Duckworth is in Winchester this week, ,ra Iularlli. K- St. Louis Ilepubllcan.1 visiting friends. Miss Lula Anderson is ocratic President in the White House.' The (Iroat English Hciucdj, The taxablo raluatlon of property In I have kept my word. Take it off nrd visiting relatives in Bith county. Judge I a txMltlte rure fur Now York city for this year is il, 110,701,-00ak Memo- - I roll it carefully iu a piece of paper, barber, M. H. O vsley has returned from a trip to rj U of llrtln lower, NerTou L an increuso of ?40,000,000 ovor last Kxbauatlon, tfemlnal UrkiMa, CD for J am going to send President Clevelm d Frankfort and Louisville. Col. Sim M year. R A list of tho beavlest Imimtrnrjr, anl Henrral ! in of - , 1'iwrr ol Hi tltirratiT -u- -Atlanta Conti Burden is in Mt. Vernon. Miss Kate Bur tho city shows 1.0T0 who nuy on over S10O-- a chain made out of it." . nal all atlan.b. !., L.llnv Orxan, "itllivUruhti Iluiilv." dett entertained a party of schoolmates and 000, somo them paying on 115,003,000. Tho tntion. Bfrt Taking, nurnre ol Toothful linlirudrnr oi I nialiiriol entire 1,070 pay on 1478,000,000, or mora auth E'-lithstirael Ijtultud.jpara, In tb TradrMark. 8hortentand Quickest Route from Oe aa l nlvrrul Ad Ashland girl wrote a note to her f -lo friends Thanksgiving day. Miss Rita I'aln jfcatH the total valuation in tho tral K.entuoitjr to all Points North, " Vlttui,, spent Thanksgiving in Hustonville, than RY bar a, IMmnes of many I'rvuta- - . " requesting him to "meet her by moon-li-fs city. Tho other is divided iiireuw aji'. aim iiirr,ii. East, West and 8outhweat. among about 49,000 mi tha alone," but the father who bore the with her friend Miss Bogle mwh iiiii niau UIMU Ills aumptlon1 - In all etaeaol;r ort"u-- i who pay Faat Lin Wtwrrn on amounts ranging from M to $100,000. Vrakn- - th Brcl8r act llk a leader epistle to Mr. Lampton' poatxhup, Making Beds and Climbing Stairs. The taxable valuation is estimated at sev East eharu, rettorlutloor afa Hoc r, feloaously and with mslice aforethought I There Is nothing more cheerful to the enty per cent, of tbe true valuo of tha A Klflu to tb eye lirllllaut roa aodparkllngluty, to thecbevk made himself master of its contents, before sight of a tlnd person than a clean, soft property. ScholuU In tStti Ovt. IS, ISSi. In many cases it U smaller meru.y biooouioi beaJln. Aftr Takla;. he deposited it in the poetoffice, and was couch pleasant to the eyes as well as tbe still. The Metropolitan Hotel property, Washington, PhiladefphiaN.Y. aWMurrar HMrtne 1 olJ hr li iim.1.1. ., SI r patka, or all paekag. for J. Alao by which Is estimated to be worth $2,000,000, on nana at tne place uesignaieu. nui ui touch, inii giving promise of daily rent. I . i mall. txi'taiefrK-- , nn rn'flptof price Tho only line running girl knew her fond parent too well to let may add that in no occupation is a woman la assessed at $060,000, or less tlmnone-balf- . arVull particular In lumpnUt, which will U Tho Stewart store, on Broadway and malM frr loetery applKiut AdJreM all She had more attractive than when engaged SrSfgrC? g:r;2S ? fjrjyp him slip up on her in that way. in the Chambers street, which recently sold for PULLMAN NEW 8LEEPINO CABS to th aol tnaniifaturr. JtVUJt.l JIl.OIl IXK to.. tU thing all arranged beforehand with her servile work of making up just such a bed. ?.',200,000, Is assessed at $050,000. Tho Kauu City, Mo. lover, and had given the parental party Don't you remember how the heroine of V. II. Vanderbllt mansion, which Is rtold In HUnford by 1'tnny A McAllaler and all fc3g.S g t E'jcS' tro Driifulnt. eTrrrwbre c se to havo tbe note, well knowing he would gobble up "She Stoops to Conquer" bags her game ARTilua Puraa A Oi., WholcaU Aera t, I said $1,000,000. cost $2,000,000, Is valued ' n ,1 Mi Tbe Stewart mansion, at KKHjrl mailed it. So while mean wins a husband by letting its contents before he him which cost $2,000,000, is valued raoM o uu I I m5m- - 3SS5, at $300.- the old man was all humped aqd cramped view her at auch housework? My advice 050. Jay Gould lives In a house valued LouIhtIIIc, Clnclunatl and Lex- I"""" I ; otj up out at the A C. & I. R. R. junction, to girls in cases where a desirable young at $150,000, and standing In tho namo m p. OWVVD ! lUKtou, liy., of P B IB B B 3 I I framing his wrath in the shape of a black man happens to be a guest in a SBEB3EBBB Oeorge Opdyke. Tbo Windsor Hotel, which honse, is i ' ' I snake whip on his knee, and fireathin j out not to disdain all connection with house cost $1,800,000, )s .valued at $730,000. Tblt notice forewarn huutar, fiibirrnen and voiia ntn'ntiAHul to tnxpaa on our land without trni nt the threatening of dire punishment upon hold affairs, with the fdei of impressing Tbo W. II. Vanderbllt house Is valuod Connecting aa all auch act r Uabl to bo procecuted ifl'OU'3 in aame depot with faat train for at $500,000. ,The Jleratd, iJennett and couple for keeping him him with your too goodness for tothefullextontofthelaw. tbe BBBB BB 4BPBB that kind Morse buildings aro valued respectively Hlanlord, Ky March Kth, IMI. 8lned,1 ! I ! I f t r waiting thus for hours, those two Toung of thing, but instead to find some n D. McKJltrlck. OuaA W. (. McConnack, $.'400,000 at $0,OOJ, and $350,000, which excus I I fpv., H.T. iluib, A. w. Carpenter. tertle doves, wete out in the park gazing for becoming chambermaids, so . luiii, V. Wahon. that the Is supposed to be about half what they The Direct Eonte to Lynchburg , Dan It. Cobb. through tbe treB at the stars, and kissing visi-rrUr Hulible. may see you transform a tousled are worth. There are 103 women who pay o BBBBB Hlrelni Klly, F. D. IlhodM, ville, No irfolk, on an aggregate of $35,800,000, the lead-ln- g between chuckles at the way they fooled bed into n snowy, slick and entrancing H.U.AJ. F.Uorer. W. C McCoriuact, OOWM one. (I. L. Carter ones being Mrs. A. T. Stewart, $5,000,-00M. H Lytle, V. I ttat antiquited parental Kuardian of hers. If the job be done deftly it Is sure to be poua'ss o J. 11 HI, J. W. WHUhrrtord, Mary O. Pinknoy, $2,G03,000; Holen All Virginia and North Carolina T. Vanoy, v iv rawiM C Won. Ilurtoo, Axd it was dtcidedy rugged on tbe old tent in its effect on tho fellow who beholds Langdon, $1,018,003; Points. Uobecca Jones, $2,. 'BBBEBB' J. A.Harrl'. J, H, Murphy, BBBB'BBBBB For ticket and taan, who ha' since been laid up with rheu-aati- c it. But there are things which are danger-ou- s 333,000, and Mrs. Puran Stovons, $1,138,. your neareat ticket lurtberor Information, apply to P. W. Carter, J. M. Hill, offlce, addrea Ed. Carter, J. II. McAllatcr, 000. Flfty-tw- o and rutabiga and soon as he is able W. J. Uaao, banks pay on $14,359,-00- 0 W. K. ARNOLD, for a girl to do at home in the presence T. J. loat.r. J. D. Joue, Jl Adrertlalng Agt., Ticket and AbI., worth of real estate; nineteen InT. M. White, o to be out again, he is to be turned out ol of her admirer. Going upstairs is J. I) Montgomery 2an Fourtti A v., LouUtIII. Ky one of surance companies on $3,231,000; eight D. If. K. Marcum, O. A.lVnedlct, W. HMITII, II. W. FULLER, tburch, for manifesting recent unmistak-aVI- them. It Is easy enough lo deoend with M.T. W E. Amon Ocn'l Manatrer, gas companies on $11,723,00), and the Gn'l Paaa'r Ag1!. A I). ltuitell, an Newlind. II J Darat. T 'A signs of profanity. mrnmnnn. vtreinu sprightly grace, but I defy any living being railroad and oxpress companies on a. W.OIrrnt. AT KewUnd. ti' a A 2 a 5 ta 9 lyr) Among tho heaviost Individual inekirts to ascend without awkwardness An avenge profit of about thirty-fou- r taxpayers are A. It. Eno, .$4,000,000; Peter TO HAV HMtTH THE UVCR MUST BE KtPT IN OR in figured for cattle raising in a In the currtnt play at Daly's Theatre two Oil. yet cent. I4 0 'If UN j . I of tbe aots have for a scene an interior in Ooelet, $2,800,000: James Ienuox, 1,011,-009(0 recent and carefully written article of liar D. O. Mills, $,1,510,000; Pierre Lorrll-larDfilfi & MISSISSIPPI R. W. S522S which a brotd staircase leads directly back m H The Chicago Tribune in com$.121,003; Courtlnnd Palmer, $1,500,- per Monthly If a a a u a OiiEB menting upon the article says: "This is from the tear. Tbe characters go up and 000; O. B. Potter, $1,575,000; William 2bJBB down uncounted timei. The Direct Route to The women are Ithlnelander, $2,34,030; Htopbon Whit-noi M ! iluiihtleM not far from the average results $1,043,000; J. D. Wendell, $1,025,000; o ( mlile Mining on the plains, It is quite personating fine ladies and wear the most J. J. Astor, $2,000,000; William U. Astor, m fashionable of dresse. Oa the stsee level poxMible, of cotirie, that some have realized P2obbsIsb!ee! $15,272,000. Trinity Church pays on $.2- they are objects of eiliraable regard, but 305,000, while it owns property I ' i supposed Korthweat and Southwest by tbe way of jjrt)4tr pioQiH fniiii growing and gr'zlrg ttlmtM.i, t. ! : : 3 J j rattle on the plains. Hut even at thirty-- 1 the minute they begin lo mour t thoie dread to bo worth $30,000,000. It is to be - - - -I - ful stairs they become csmels, elephants. that many of tbo wealthiest men I.OIJINVlXLi; or 6lCIXXATI. I ! Jour per rent, perarnum upon an invent-toe3F 5SE3 any thinif thtt walks grotesquely with the pay on sum that bear but n small proporLou-iiliving Chattanooga in a bti'ines4 ar safe and permanent All nrwnJnn larllle and Cincinnatifor make hind leg. They wabble from side lo Bide tion on tholr real wealth William II. lraiDS at tliosa point with the Lightu t cattle raising on the plains has be-'Vanderbllt on $2,132,000, and Jay Gould on direct lonnectlon Jiufni '?'"'" CPla ty a T.mll ea. i III! they strain every gueeet and seam in tbeir $455,000. tj'O'O'O'O'o Tho explanation Is that tho ning Exprea on tbe Ohio A Mlitlaalppl for St h vnaaa uin of contented disposition might be Louliandall point Weat. BBBBB35S BBBB BEBB clothes, they threiteo to burst their corset wealth of these men consists chiefly in uite well satisfied " strings, their joints seem to refuse all cus- United States bonds, which aro not tax TH TTniiro Only from Loulivllle or Clncln- M4YMTILLK llUANC'll. J.U XlUIIIki natf Uht. Loull. bvtnir two hniir. The attraction to new settlers in nunv tomary action, and the able, and outlines preeentetj aro paid other stocks, tho taxes on which quicker than any other line, slvlnir our naaanears "KoTflT, by tbo corporations issuing thorn. time for meala and flrat choice of arata In No. Si. of the South surpass anything now by tbeir hicks bear no jorts tialna semblance to their Dally Dally going Weat. afforded in the Weit. The climate is het normal shapeliness. Kx. Sun. Kx. Hun. It is clear to my mind Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Lvo Coflugtou. Ut. There is phnty of wood, water, coal that nature never intended - j, that woman The boatSalre In the world for Cut, Urulic, 12Hours QalokerSS"SSl?.fe j 7 25 . ifsingion .. J 30 i m A diversity of crop can should go up and minerals. TUZOlILYTHUB ...., Sore, Ulcere, Ealt Itbeum, Ferer Sore, Tetter, lne going by way uf Chicago. IK at tn . .1 0,1 slairs, for I don't believe tn Arr Mllleriburir.... a In Z ... fi 47 1 cheaply grown and hnd a near market, angel, if feminine, could mount the gol- Chapped Hand, Chilblain, Coma, and all Skin n " " Crllale. n rn - ... a ... , tn in mipn Eruption and posltWely cures Pile, or no pay re " Jolinaon..,,, lands and labor are cheap Mtnufactures den stairs other than absurdly. 9 a in, 7 00 tit Clara quired. I I guaranteed to giro perfeat aatlafac- " Msytvllln. I llSOjajnJ 7 4S p ra and mining are already well started. To Belle. tlonor money relunded. Price 25 cent per box. nlly No. Oi I Xo. men in the overcrowded East who are Alway makoi Among tbe prominent and moat inter-eati- ng For ale by Tate A Penny. Dally able and willing to work, and who tan Ex.Sim. i:x. An End to Bone Scraping. exhibits at the Lsndon health exhiConcommand a little capital, we believe the bition Lte Mayivllle... Edward Shepherd, of Uarrlaburg, III., ay was tbe tla'rj. The con were milk-e- d 5Hm 1 20 p ni " Johnson 0 30a ra 1 30pm South will offer inducements (hat will turn "HaTlnR received so much benefit from Klcctrlc " Carll.le 7 21 a mi 3 llpm in tbe presence oi tbe epectalore; the " Mlllenburg. Bitten, I feel It my duty to let autferlng human a large emigration thither in the near mm din Dm With all Lines at milk was then put into cenlrifugal akin,-mer- ity know It. Hare bad a running lore on my leg air ,"", h 10 a m 3 33 p m Boston Herald. and in twenty-- minues' time from the lor eight yar; my doctor told me that I would St. Louia and Intermediato FACTS FIEatRDIKC Ill 0a .u BUS im lll2l2!Lu-"-- -. Pointi. The Rathskeller, a restaurant at Bremen, time It left the cow the epectator could hare to hare tbe bone acraped or let; amputated. D?s Kartsr's Iron Tcn!& I uied, luatead, three bottle of Electric Bitter 2Vo Ferries! IVoOuiiiibiiriTraus-fer- ! has had a continuous existence of seven spread the butter on his bread.-Chic- aco and seren boxes Arnica Salre, and my leg h now Tt will pnrlfy and enrich tlio BLOOD, remilato aoT'?,.nrv?cbrin,erT.,nJr,..g,0n "U centuries. It is the oldest restaurant In Herald. tlii! LIVCRond KIDNEYS, anu UxtTOliK TIIK aouod and wellt" Octrlc Bitter are told at 60 HEALTH and VIOOK of YOUTH I In all IIiqiq Train No. C la dally Christendom California la now eending to the Atlantic rent a bottle and Oucklln' Arnica Salve at 23c between TONIC, dlieav reiiulrliiKacorlalnand eltlclen Connection made In Union Depot, Bt. capeclallr l)vaprialu,Wantor Aiilitc.lndlec. mlnnfto Kn8oxvll.dI'",,l",' "dil" ' coaet more wine than Is imDorted from per box by Tate A Penny, wuu iraioaui line goiog tteat, K orthweat anti tlun, l.aik of otrvntttli. tv.,ll uie I marked to See Through. Easy Ixlnnton and Parla:-- No. 82, dallv exeunt n,m with liniiipillula and wuiiiluritil riaulta. Hone. oouiuweai. France. It la eilimtted that latt year'- How can a watch no matter how costly bs ex- II Ton areeolnir Weat ,to anr mintA Startling Discovery, IUn a. -,, , I L.K. ronrr, Euliveu ". WM w. 1110 luinq aHU auppuva iirainIi cm all complaint now v., TAt,ln.l me tried to go when tbe mainspring wont operate? mw. ftrnn Tictucu iL. growers .n. .. . auilurhiK j,oww,OtK;. lD,"0n Mr. Wm. Jot,uaon,of Huron, Dak., write tha wiitu iu iud uuueriiun i o n .l.r'rlve P.'rl, Slil nft. T For lull and reliable information In regard to I--Ui can any one be well whin hi itomach, llvor U ppcullartotlalrsexwIUllndlii liO .. laat Line.' No X an. I IUD Tl ,... TONIO a Dn. 11. V.T Vftlfihtkilaa " Tne loaj of registered letters during hi wife bad been troubled with acute Bronchitl Land, Ac. in tbe Weatern State, Mih, (Julde euro.ILAKTEIVS IKON nnd lieallliyf.U'u mid anccdr kidneys are out of order? Of cour you say, w complexion. It give elenr Sleeping Car, bVtweea '' ", for many year and that all remedte tried gave no and lowcl ipcclal ratca for Ticket and "U can not." Yet ItiouunJ of people drag latt year was only one out of every 21,705 permanent relief, until he procured a bottle of Goods to all point Weat call on or addrealiouaebold The atriiiucat tcatlmoiiy lo tlio vuluu of Dn. V -- ' inr,C?.n.Ing1oJn!,D.hc"ODJl IlAltTCli's IiKi.f -1 oNlt I that frcMUunt attempt nieces mailed. U. H. ALSOP. aluog mhterably In that condition; cot lck absJ, j atcountirfvltliia-liuttonly udilcd to llio popular Dr. King's New Dlacorery lor Coniumptlon, Passenger Ag't Ohio & MlaalMlppl Railway, I or the orliiliml. If j uu curuuilly dcalru livalth Ity The to work with comtort and energy. Bureau report; 439 Cough and Coldi, which had a magical ellect and uu iiui c jporimuiu gui inu uiiioin.il and iiest How foollb. when a bottlo or two of Farker'a I dirotters for the past year involving .1 .i.'to W. W. PEABODY. W. llVSfflSrtj, Dr. Ilartnr Mad Co. nnd yaur MdrmatoTb "DRKAM WXlir.H produced a permanent cure. It la guaranteed to Ht.LouU. Mil. lor our Prea't and Qen'l Man'gr, Ocn'l Put. let. TmIc would aet them all right. Try It, tod get ' perpona, of whom but 20 were lost. The euro all dl 1 8 iioj of tbe Throat, Lung or BronchiX"uUof atrapcaaud OMfullaljrmtlon.lre.J C. W. PAUIS, Central Paaaougor Agent, c.vr.WWtonK' number of veesels'totally lost was Oi. ectc your bea'th atd anirlt. ... Lealnston, Ky. al Tub.. Trial bottle) free at Tate 4 Penny', On. HAirrtifs Iron Tonio 1a ran 8alh oy au . Cincinnati, Ohio. Jeneral Sfausger .BiiniHTHANn ucAizrii VFfmm?RE. I uen, iv Agt -- 71? Hend Brents rra, cojU7 hclpall, ofelttirr ax, 1 lor poatage and receive I box of gooda, which to in ir tuonjr rlrlit ' yi v IMS.'.'"!'.,','-- ""","11"" L" ATTOttNEY Attorney $200 Reward Court-hous- e. Through Trunk Line SUKG030N DKNTI8T, FAKM FOK NATE e broad-shouldere- le 1 U54-Iy- Mules for Sale f t Stanford Female SOUTH & WEST tc t. r;s.v. but" OKESS MAKESfi! Urett-Makl- m TERMS MODEKATE, a K !d rj P. & O' 3 8 S n H "M020r ItOUTE." 0 a o MYERS HOTEL, Louisville, NewAlbany nicago railway. " o o o u i ., (j u p, U S P g 3' STANFORD. KY. Piillinnn Propr and its Still Boputation, Palace h I tlj 2. L2dr P Q a w.o p.g. 5' H IUm .j rr 1 0, tax-pnyo- 5 F 4m. fi.fi ott one-thir- d at two-third- CrlFMPrW tar-paye- r, m nin Kentucky's Route viit-o- a4. IE.I.ClTO. CI.OI.4ATI. A SOLID TEAIN WASHINGTON CITY. i 55 1 POSTED 1 j i ir:'i hi. 'J 0-- 1 : a ill'll'HI or 0; o I. r r--w 0; St. Louis & the West ll yif?) 1 mmm tul m" !iffrip," " UB - ' 1 ! I nt ailMirtolliS ill! .tj-a-- NOBTII-ItOUX- , H O. & M. nections RON ' 11 Botrrii-BotKi- Fast Time and Saro TONIC '; r""'J --- ..,""," ,- niCO VWSll'8" .." ""'" -. A a Life-Sayin- g 1