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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885100201 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 1885 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi Weeili VOL. XIV. -- nkiw JmtftiaL NO. 61. JT. STANFORD, KY., FKIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1885. AKriffouzffGxsiHxsnrT' OF T- - C3tt.Jtk.XG--. OWSLEY & CRAIG SUCCESSORS TO EBMISTON Dealers In fc E OWNLEY, II J' U W&W ,$ (LOTIIIA IS HATS, TEUNES, VALISES, CARPETS, WALL PAPER AND A GENERAL, LINE OF GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS! Id making this our flrat announcement it ii with pleasure that we can say that we have just received a Stock of Merchandise that for Variety and General Excellence can not be surpassed by any Houbo in this section of Koutucky. Wo enumerato in this advertisement only a very few of tho many things that wo have in stock: IN BBY GOODS, Wo can show an exteniivo stock of Cottons, Calicos, Ginghams, Tarns, Linsoys, Flannels, Blankets, Comforts, Table Linens, Hambargs, Crapes, Kid Gloves, Edgings, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Braids, Collars, Cuffs, Belts, Portmoniee Corsets, Hoop Skirts, Ribbons, Buttons, Combs, Brushes, Hair Ornaments, Macrano Cord, Flosses, Veilings, Felts, Shawls', Crashes, Towels, Curtain Laces, Cretonnes, Zephyrs. Laces in many designs and DRESS GOODS in great variety. -- J A LAKOE STOCK OF BOOTS ACTD SHOES, Reed & Weaver, R. L. Stevens & Co., Alter, Forwood & Co., Lilly, Bracket & Co., all of which aro guaranteed to be first-clas- -- Made by tho following celebrated. ninnnfrciurera: IX GENTS' EUItNISIIING GOODS, Our stock of Wool Shirts, IV hito Shirts, Collars, Cufls, Suspenders, Gloves, Socks, Ties, Handkerchiefs, and Underware is complete. - A very large stock of Clothing, Carpets, Oil Cloths, TrdiikH mid Valises,And no House in this section will he ablo to show such a 6tock of CLOAKS As we will havo opened in a few days. &5T In conclusion wo ask tho trado to call and oxamino our stock. ' It will . give us pleasure to show what we havo; and to those who will favor us with their patronage we Trill endeavor to give full value for their maae&. a.m "v3& " -- ..' 'I'u AGRICULTURAL, An occIonl application of crude car bolic acid between the toe, of sheep, is a tire pretention of foot rot. Iowa baa 359 head of cattle to the quire mile, which U the greatest average of any Slate in the Union. New Jerr-ejhm 5 000 Acres in cranberries, with a yield taut rear of about 125,000 bushel, worth $3 per bushel. Olre hens constant access to lime In some form, Hens must hare the raw material in order to manufacture shells. They can not make them of nothing. In shipping etock It Is paor economy to crowd too many Animals in a car, especially if they are to go a long distance. It is a good plan to sow two sorts of wheat one that ripens a little earlier than tho other so ai to give more time for r Forest treen are now felled by means of dynamite. This saTei a large portion of the trunk and also brings up the roots at one operation, thus sa7lng time nnd expense in clearing land. Texas has imported over $1,000,000 worth of thoroughbred stock, and in this g way the improvement of Tex is cattle is on rapidly. When it is understood of that Texas now produces about the cattle raised in the United States, the importance of the cattle interest will be rnadily appreciated. The number of cat tie now in tho United States is estimated at 6,000,000, worth $100,000,000, or $20 per head. The fact should be impressed upon overy farmer that fall fallowing uiy be practiced with the greatest benefit. During the fall, nnd until the ground is froitn tho plow and harrow should be kept busy to turn the eoll nnd to bury tho debris of the year's crops where they will decay and do the IN. Y. Times. most good possible. go-iuone-fift- Experts in New York city deny that food preaerveJ in tin cans ia liable to be- come poisonous. They allege that over six hundred million cans of preserved food nre annually consumed, aud that there is Ieex sickneu than from tiny ttimilar nmount Corn waa first canned of food notexnncd. in Portland, Maine, in 1530, when the Haiti more packers first began to can oyster1. If when cans are first opened the contents of the can are removed immediately to an o food will remain airthen or glass Hwoet and nutritioua. A good starch for making shirt bosoms glotay ia made with gum arable in tho following way: Pound two ouncea of fine white gum arable to a powder. Pat it into a bottle, and pour in it a pint or moro of boiling water, according to the strength desired, and let it stand one night. Then pour it carefully from the dregs into a clean bottle, cork nnd keep for use. A tabtapoonful of thla preparation, stirred into a pint of starch that has been made in tho usual manner, will give a beautiful glosa toebirta and to "lawns." vea-el.th- balls are made and sold in this couofey every year. Perhaps very few persons know the process by which these balls ore manufactured or the nature of the etufU used in constructing a standard ball. The most expert workmen are e nip roved. First there is a little hard rubber ball, and abound that the wrapper winds a strong, blu?, coane yarn. When this reaches a prescribed sue, it ia firmly wrapped with white Venetian yarn. The balls are then placed in an oven and baked until the moisturja is token out of them and they are reduced in. ejze. This makes them solid. After th'n they are coated with cement. This cstnej the balls to retain their shape, nnd they can not be knocked crooked. Them, camw aoaie fino blue yarn, and around the whole is placed fine whlto gilllng twine. The halls are weighed, for each must be of oer(ain weight and are now ready lor (he cpvera. These latter aro made of the best quality of horse hide. Tho cover consisU of two pieces, each cut in the shnpj of the ftguro "8." By bending one section one way and the other in an oppoaite direction, n complete cover is obtained. For years balls were covered with four pieces of leather, and at qne Owe two cov-er- a were placed upon a bill; that is, the bill waa half made when it wm covered, and then another ball constructed over it. Hut oren that did not prevent ita being knocked out of shape. They can not disturb the ball as now made, beoaue the cement holds it. A little machine owned by a Philadelphia firm ia used for winding the ball. It wraps 2 ouncea of the American Association balls in a minute, and the rent, is finished bj hand. That apparatus i, a little wonder. It does ita work as oeaily as if it The Giieat French. Gun. Da Binge's had brain, but ia capable, aiya. Ui owners, new gun ia of steel and of caliber. of a good deal of improvement. It weighs 37$ tons, and io 36J feet in length. Teiuwchorr's Slave. Tim girla in my Ita external diameter ia 3 4 feet at the ret are laughing about a companion who breech, and it internal diameter 10 inches was the most inveterate wapr-- si Newport at the powder chamber. The projectile valast summer. She found Iittlo pleasure in ries in weight from 022 to 1,320 pounds anything elio than round dancing, nnd according to ita internal organization. It was nt it mornings with a brother who iacapableof holding aa many as SS pounds desired tho practice during hla. novitiate af of compressed powder. Ita length ia 3.74 ternoon?, with beaux to tho mnlc of the calibera, that ia HO feet. The charge Casino orchestra and evening io the social used varies from 300 to 440 pounds, accordgatherings as long aa tU fiddled" rqueaked ing to tho nature of the powder. As reor anybody masculine fM left Ut fciup her. gards the ballistic properties of the piece, What the girla are merry over feohe assert- it ia allowable to call them remarkable. The ed fact that thla monomaniac of. the dance "The initial voloclty ia 2,130 feet. has had a stuffed arm made so as to fasten maximum range ia from 10 to 11 miles. It The Bate Ball Manufacture ia eitimated that 10,000,000 baee The civil seryice law waa parsed express ly to retain republican office holders in po sition in the event that the democracy should obtain oontrol of the Government. The Constitution explicitly places the ap pointing power in the hands ot the President, the only proviso being "by acd with the advice and consent of the Senate." It nowhere authorize Congress to create a commission to dictate appointments to the President. Therefore, the law ia contrary to the express declaration of the Constitution, contrary to all precedent, contrary to justice toward the party selected by the people to administer their public affairs, contrary to common sense, and should be repeated. If the party in power should appoint disreputable persons to public positions the people will hold them to strict personal responsibility therefor, and fear of popular vengeance will effect more for reform in the civil nervice than a cart-loa- d of such laws a that which now vexes the Louissoula of so many of the faithful. ville Times, At the Coaching Club Meet In May last, in Hyde Park, LondoD, thousands) of people were present. The men went to look at the horses, and occasionally at the hold- era of tho rein?; while tho women almost invariably scrutinize the Indies who adorn the tops of the coaches. The result ia that the talk geta mixed occasionally, "Pity ahe has that white stocking!" remarks a gentleman; whereupon his wife ask;, in a feyer of curiosity, "Why what on earth color ia the other?" Another little conver"Looks sational interlude ran na follows: off her feed, don't she?" "You mean that scarecrow in blue and red, with a cabbage "Well, no, I don't, but in her bonnet?" now you mention it ahe don't seem to take kindly to her oats, either." civil-service h IiBH F. HUFFMAW. In France some experiments have recently been made in supplying cowa with cold STANFORD, KY. South aide and warm water to teat the effect on them Office Myers Hotel: Main Street, two doors above the aa milk giyera. The food given waa the Purs Nitrous Oxide Gas administered whem required. same in both case?, but it waa found that OB, VT. B. PENNY, those supplied with water heated to 113 Doxitlat, more milk than those F. yielded one-thiBTANFORD, KENTUCKY. American Agricultugiven cold water. Office on Lancaster street, text door to Imtx-eio- b rist. Journal office. Office hours from 8 to 12 A. M. and 1 to S p. x. Anesthetics administered when Buck ten's Arnica Salve. necossary. 154-- 1 jr. 8UIIGEON DENTIST, PIANOS, ORG ANS, MGSIC, Ac We are agents for the old and ftllittfls John Church Co., of Cincinnati, Ohfo, for the sale of Pianos. Organs, Automatic Musieal Irattstments aoa Musical Merchandise in Ltncoln ao4 Garrard counties, Kentucky. JtontMu VmutnenrH received nntll paid for. Tlie bent ftaudarU Co., Utzelton nuikeru: Wm. KnabeA New Ilngksnl PiBros ande, Decker A Son, Everett and either upright or square. In Organs. tUi follown ing makers: Clouga A warren, John Church A Co, and the Sterling, vltH fJM patent rd THE BE3T SALVE In the world for Cuts, Bruise, Sores, Ulcers. Bill Hheuni, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Coras and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no Farm on from par required. It U jsviranteod to give perfect sat Thein Lincolnthe road Ky., 1 Hustonvlllo to Libercounty. tulle from Huston-vidty, or money rctcinded. Prlco 25 cents per formerly occupied by Mrs. Phccbe Blain, dee'd, containing about XXS Acres of valuable box. For sale by Fenny A McAllster. Land, well watered, on both aides of the turnpike road, with comfortablo improveAn Answer Wanted. ments. Any one desirous of owning a valuable Can any on bring us a case of Kidney or Liver home will do well to see this land. Any person wantlnc to purchase will on It. Complaint that Elcctrlo Bitters will cot speedily who will ihow tneFrmandcall price S. Tucker, give and terms, cure? We sajr they ean not, as thousands ot cases or address T. A. Blaln, Stow era postoCice, Simpson X. A. JILAIX, Agent. already permanently cured and who aro dally county, Ky. recommending Electric Bitters, will prove. Bright' Disease, Diabetes, Weak Back or any urinary complaint quickly cured. They purify the & blood, regulate the bowels and act directly on tho diseased parts. Every bottlo guaianteed. For sale Ohriatian Oolle-rBuilding, at 50c a bottlo by l'nny A McAllster. e, Blue-Gra- ss (53-C- t) TheC'eesfcou.an Automatic Ktwfoal Instrument, Ue most perfect in the world. Illustrated catalogues sent fft to aft who apply, also the best references from thoao ho have bought and tried any of the above muslaal Instruments. Address us at 8tanfjrtt, K?. 37-l- Chhno. lielltt Attachment, S. it. b L. JT. COOK. L.&N. Louisville & Naslivaje E. R. English Classical School - - THE 0 It HAT; An Enterprising, Reliable Rouse. Penny A McAllster can always bo relied upon not only to carry In stack the test of everything, but to secure the Agency of such articles as havo well known merit and are opular with the people, thereby sustaining the reputation of being always enterprising and ever reliable Having secured the Agency for the celebrated Dr. King's New Discovery ior Consumption, will sell it on a positive guarantee. It will surely cure any and overy affection of Throat, Lungs and Chest, and to show our confidence, we Invite you to call and get n Trial Bottle l'rco. HUSTON VILtE, KY. THROUGH TRUNK LINE TO Ttl Tho Third Anuual Session will open Wednesday JSS5. Course of Instruction thorough. Development of the mind the end to be attained. Terms reasonable. For circulars apply to JOHN BUIUJIN. MISdH.BUROIN, 3j tf. Principals HKVT. JO, SOUTH & WEST with Stanford Female College, 8TA1SFOUD, ICTtT. Pullman, Palao& Sleepers. IiOUiSTllIO Positive Cure (or Piles. To the peopled this county we would say that lnstutton will we havo been given tho Agency of Dr. Marchisl's Tho cext scss'on of this begin on Italian Pllo Ointment emphatically guaranteed to cure or money refunded Internal, External, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1885. Blind Bleeding or Itching Piles. Prlco 50c a box. The President assisted by For sale by Peony A McAllster, Druggists. n ALEX.S.PAxJm.A.B.Pres. to Nasltillftr Atlanta, AIoiifKoiiiery, Little Hook, Mobile ami New agbAiks. Only ono change to poiayqpa Daughters, Wires and Mothers. Wo emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchisl's a Female Bemcdy, t cure Female Diseases, such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or bearing down felling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Change ot LI fe.Louchorrbcca, besides many weaknesses spring-lo- g from the above, llko Headache, Bloating, Spinal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, Palpitation ol the Heart, Ac. For snlo by Druggists. Prices land 81 SO per bottle. Send to Dr. J B. Marchlsl, Vtlca, N. V for pamphlet, free. r eato by Penny A McAllster, Druggists. A Corps of Efficient Instructors, Will endeavor to give careful training and thorough Instruction to the pupils committed to bis charge. Terms reason ale. bend for circular. Arkansas and Tqx.a. EMIGRANTS SeeklDg homes on tho lino of TESTIMONIALS: From J. J. White, Frokssor A of Greek ) 15, 18S2. f Mr. Alex. S. l'axton graduated at this Institution lu 1SG1. Has been engaged in teaching since tho war, and being capable and conscientious, has been very succetslul iu his profesalon. Wasiiin'otoh Lk.xinoton.Va., July Lkk UNivKRsrrv. special rates, tub ri wMl receive Ac, or write OWSee Agents of this CouiJiry" Ion rfUtos; rootoi C. P. ATMOtffl, Consumption Cured. An old physician, retired from practice, having had placed It. his hanJs by an East India missionary the formula of a simple Tegetablo remedy for thespeedynnd perin.auent euro of Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma and all Throat and Lung Atlectlous, nisi a poiltlve and ra Ileal cure for Nervous debility and all Nervous Complaints, to tho back of her chemise, in order thai runHav. Sam Jones Bays: "We are all aOr having tested its wonderful curative powers she may sleep placidly, which ahjj declares ning to monkoya." Thla explainj why bo in thousands of cases, has telt it his duty to make herself unable to do without this artificial many people run to Mr. Jonea' meetings. it known to his suflerlug fellows. Actuated by and a desire to relieve human sutler-lnsemblance of a waltzar'a encirclement. They want to seo the monkey. Newman this motlvo send free of charge, to all who desire I will Whether or rb't thnt etory be true, it is cer-ti- Independent it, this recipe, In German, French or English, that waltzing Isn't going out of fashion More than fifty firms minufacturing and with full directions for preparing and using. Sent jdft yet. There will In bulls irsjoro, pubby mall by addressing with stamp, naming this lic and private, from the first of next month dealing in tho crcquet gooda have gone out paper, W. A.Noyks, 119 Powers Block, Itoehe within two years. The right through to Lent. f Clara. Balle in of the business tcr, N. Y ia dead, g, in of Virginia, NKwnKK.N, Va., June 20, 1S72. It atfurds mo pleasure to bear testimony to tho qualifications and efficiency of Mr. Alex. 8. Pax-to- n as a teacher. His discipline is kind, but llrai and good. From tho Hev. J, Rico Bowmar, D. D IlARnisoNnuuo, Va., July 4, lit!. 's I tako pleasure in testifying to Mr. Alex.S. high literary attainments, his zeal In his facility In imparting instruction profession, his and bis conscientious regard lor the moral as well as the Intellectual development ot the youth committed to bis caro. s From 8. P. Hall, Sec, Board of Trustees Bolivar Pax-ton- From James A. Walker, recently Lleut.-Qovcr-n- n. T. AT. KcVtftHe, Vy. A Did you Sj$p- - Acadeu.y.J tihool room ho proved himself a ripe scholar, a thorough and efficient iustntctor and a good Madiso.nvillk, Tnkn,, April 1, 197'J. Prof. Alex.b. Paxtoa taaght In Bolivar Male A Female Academy. Ills general deportment was that or a refined, Christian gentleman. In the (ti) pose Mustang Liniment Guty good for horses? It is for fctidmnia-tio- n of all flesh. i Cincinnati Enquirer. game : - I VLm fpynj-- j Riscnfield A Kaufman, wholesale TnK Fifth Judicial D,'irict ha already arranged tor a convention to nominate a clothiers, Cinolnnatt, have failed for $100,- Circuit jQdfft and attorney, which will be 000. Mendel & Rosenbrgr, trunk manu- Denounces the Fall Mull Gazette and 1 1 this held at RfHiellvllle on the 23th. the Salvation Arsoy for Their DEALKB IN 2, 1885 district, although there are supposed to ba facturers, Cincinnati, were burned out October Stanford, Ky., Outrago on Decency. Wednesday. Loss $50,000 Hardware, Horso NIiouh, a number of candidates they are slow to Groceries, Natldlett, The public debt decreased about $12, NhIIh, Iran, announce the nselves. There ia a lingering QncciiMware, Hiirkj Whips, V7. P. WALTON. NothBuggy IVIiccIh, belief that Ju J e Otsley intends to run; 033,000 during September. The pension "Praise the Lord. God is Love and HarHCfW, Cano MIIIh, ing Else." HpoltcB, Judge J. S.Vsn Winkle, of Dinville, ia payments amounted to 14.000,000. Grntcfl, Cider MIIIh, Lap Covert), The president has declined to accept RIihp, Stoneware, ftticllers, Collars, Alzxtkr written by that fiery, untamed said to be a candidate, while Liocoln ia "PjiosrECT Point," Landouu, N. India, safe walls of a printing credited with two aspirants for the office, Or. Hamilton's resignation aa Surgeon fighter inaide the 18S5. Aug. Hospital Service. office, Mural llalatead, to Gov. Ghaae in J. W. Alcorn, E q., and Judge M, C. Stnf-le- y. General of the Marine Dear Interior: I waa reading, a day Oliver Chiliad, Champion Steel and Brinley Uombinod Plow, Wooden!. ana The republican Convention In Maa he deIn it All are gojd man and any one of Cast I'umpi, and tho Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Rool-i- n lfc'G3, ha been published. two ago, "Her Gracious Majeaty, the George Robinson for or nounced Grant as a drunken aw, incompe them would fill the offi:e creditably and chusetta renominated and Guttering will have prompt attention. Q'leenV address, in proroguing Parliafor L'eutenaut Gov- tent to command an army, wanted the acceptably, but if Lincoln county expect Governor; Oliver Amea ment, and it taught me a lesson. In the aaieamcn j John jlrtoM, Jr. "foolish old Hunter to die and get u o to have any weight in the selection of a ernor and a full ticket. grave, stately way, by which those In auCincinnati and Cleveland are now gov .1,0 Mitrhal did." advised Chase to successor to Judie Owsley, it is plain that thority render these documents of atate, registration law. The former take Lincoln by the throat and knock his thatahe will be unable to assert her power erned by at times, even still imprersive, she was THE NEW GICOGEKY AND IIAICIHVAIIE HOUSE OP registered 00,000, about 5.000 less than the head against a wall until he waa brought to with two cindidites for the same position. made to say how heraoldlerahad been withhiaeentesand made to change his weak, Therefore it is hoped that her aspirants vote for president last year. drawn from the Soudan; how she still held In an interview about the Halstead puling, piddling humanitarianism, which will arrive at aome uadarstandmg between Suaktm; how ahe waa fortifying her India Sherman exprwaed ths opinion is death and hell to the army, and order themselves but in their failure to do bo, letter Gen. froolUr aoaa to render it impregnable; how B. McCullagb, editor of the St. he wa. still negotiating with Russia, and that deserter bj shot by the dozen. He their mututl frieads should interfere and that J. Louis Globe Democrat, held the same views was so disgusted with Lincoln that he felt settle the matter for them. We must not to on, until I forgot almost, that the speak aa Halstead. When spoken to about the that it would be doing God's service to kill have two candidates. er waa the gentle, womanly; motherly WouMkt.ulymk your att lion to thefact that they bsre Jmt returned Iroai t!u cltlra with alarti McCullagh raid Sherman was a th-H mlin waa him if it wu not d person who pasea her placid li'o between We have nothing to say against Col. Interview, fr.ili and well ielccte.1 stock of (.'HOICK dependence Major, who is a gentleman and a scholar, fool and an ass. a bigger fool than he waj les Osborne, Windsor Catl4 and Balmoral; and Congressman McCreary has received haa upon the ne,?ro; the Rrreat and trial of and did the public printing promptly and done nothing more terrible in her life, of the United Henry May and Wendell Pnillipi for trea-Bo- n well for a number of yet.rs, but he must from Commissioner Baird, than ahe did the other day In Whipping-haa letter notifying and the suppreion of the New York not be too ereedy ro think he should al States Fish Commission, church, when ahe lovingly adjusted In fnJIfii Tarlety, dainty In quality and (atltfactory la prlrro; tblt we- guarantee. Our aim shall b at all times to supjily erery want tn our line. were some 01 nm waya have it. Dr. John D. Woods ia as him that he will ship any number of carp her awcit, youiijest daughtcr'a bridal vail, Iribune and the Herald, suggestions. Thia ia the way well if not bitter prepared to do the work he may wish for hia constituency free of aod kissed her newly married children. many wild charge. Those who may wish some of rethan he and has done it since hia election the young fool raved sitting in the safe And yet, thia tender hearted woman moves Conilita of th.BtandarJItrandao! Europe and Amerlra. Our larva line of Cboklnf Htom Incladoa Cincinnati during the in a manner most creditable in every re- these fish can be aupplied by communicaarmies, slaughters Arab', fottifira frontiers, thcjuitlj cetebratrJ "Orrat Western IteKrvu" and many other family larorltta. treat of hia office in Our China UUa stating how ting tho fact to Gov. McCreary, and Quecnawirottock roniliUIn part of Tahle, Tea and C'baintxr who knew him paid little hanga criminate, defiea Russians, and doc war, but those spect. No word against him haa been utcompUle, (IImi.i,. rlchlr ent Please let him know at andetchr.1. In the waj of w name lluckwhwit Flour, to his outbursts. The old fool now tered nor could one be truthfully. He ia a many they want. the quwnol all trll.. Our wlf no end of most dreadful things. 1 thought bratrU r.trnt "?. M. Klour. ..rlralled for cak. and paMrv, while Itlc and Houilnr, order from the Commision-er- . our own ratrl-oti- c rave against the Soath and wavea with prince of gentleman, a true democrat and once so he can of my "Sovereign Lady, Victoria," products, arrajrd as faithful adjunct.. All thedellraclnlu Kor.lKn and lK,ino.tle Richmond Herald. more vehemence than anybody, the bloody deservea the endorsement he will no doubt and then heart and mind took flight to the are hre. Tin, Stone, Wooden and Wlllowwarc, Hlcctrlc Um, Stationery. CannoJ Mcata Confections and Krnlu Pat Hartnet, a Cincinnati wife murder- Great Sovereign of all worlds where 1 andacompl.tfllneofCtgariandTotuccoa. Well, thia la only a shirt. He ia worthy of lesa consideration reciive. bint of what w hare, IWI.tIb. estimate er, waa hung in the Oaio penitentiary at 1:30 learned anew how He ia now than then, when a carrect "Live and Nothing that w. can make It to your Interoit, w, confidently .k an examination of our good, and your patron. An Indepsndept candidate and all hta Wednesday morning, and waa pronounced Repetully, "" . T.I J LOIt HltOTllKtltl. was put on his suggestion', for nil who family crowded Elaj." on JuJge Ward at Abing- dead f minute later. The fall reaware that he is nothing Yet! He is les responsible for the ilia know of him are don, Va., and shot him perhaps mortally total decapitation, the that Hood His earth and that bring retribubut a disappointed, egotistic nuisance, who because he had said in hia paper thtt a man sulted in almost head hanging to the body by a small strip tion in their train, than the good sensation. teen of hankera alwaya to produce a who took part in a convention and afterof skin at the back of the neck. The sctne the British Islea ia for the maaaacro of To Bronston wards ran axalost the nominee of that conHere ia a pointer for Collector Maxn-rjcr- : waa a most sickening one, and it was with ktr or the ilatighUr on both aidea at Abu vention, would eteil a copper o2 a dead difficulty that the executioners could eum-mo- n which wa take from'the Orenabiro Klea or Tel el Keblr. When will men "The Louisville Argus attempta to negro' eyes. The editor fought even after couraze to take the body down. fee thia and do tardy justice to the loving tell how C)llecior Hunter Wood succeeded he waa Bhot and though greatly disfigured God and Father of our Lord Christ? DKALXaa IN- GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. hia republiwaa in the ring at the close of the engagebo speedily in getting rid of Alat that, instead, they frame a theory of Drugs, Books, Stationery and Lancaster. cs! subordinates and filling their places ment. Hia Almigbtiness, that ridea "rough shod" The Frankfort Yeoman continuea to give with democrats. The Argus aays: 'He quiFancy Articles. A good soaking rain fell Wednesday over everything, anJ think they condone etly arranged with hia chiet deputy to away the reason for the milk in the cocoa-nu- t, completely doing away with the threatened Almighty meanness and crueltlea by calline rhyilclani prraalplloni arcuratrly compounded br uncomplimentary allusions to water famine. send out personal letters to all store keepthem Almighty. What the good God suffi asking their rwignatlor 8. Judge Durham, who is a much bigger man ers and saucers, JTP!a. The will of W. B. Middleton was ad. fer at the hands of those who have charkMsaMLHsBBBst' "'M'"1" bosses with the adminla Most of them innocently complied with than the would-bmitted to probate in the county court Mon- acterized Him in Theology, will only be tration, and who has better prospects of po- day. Dc. Middleton qaalified as executor. the requeat. Fortified with a big lot of I feel known whci we get to hayen. Hunter promptly sent on the litical preferment than the clique which The City Hall managers would fill a more and more the simple need of know- The Larpeat Btcok of "Watches, Clocks, names of good democrats who were com- opposes him. Jewalry and Silverware Ion felt want it they would bring a good ing no God outside the gsntle, loving Jeeur; 1Mb is not missioned without delay.' traveling troupe to appear for "one night who "always went about doing good and Kfjr bought to thli market Irle. Lower than NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. the !xwe.t. Watchea, Clock, and Jewelry Kh. half the s'.ory. The remainder of it ia aa healing all who are oppressed of the devil." paired ca ahoit notice and Warranted A female child waa born to a life con only." When all the resignations were in follows: Sheriff Millard Rout arrested And thia is "onr God, the same yesterday, Deputy could be secured, it was found that vlct Wednesday. that y lodged io jail one Darid McGinuia, on and forever." Cruel, cruel teaching The Electric Light company, of Lex- and fifteen men had refu?ed to resign. Then, laatTueaday. McGinnis waa charged with thaa makia Him ever change from what resignations, the col ington, has made an assignment. before eending on the maliciously shooting at Mr. Fount Fox, but be was yesterday and is today. I will President Cleveland haa been invited lector recommended the immediate refrom want of evidence the case was dis- have none of it. moval of tbeas fifteen men on the ground to attend the Richmond, Va., Fair, Oct 22. missed. For carrying a ooncaled deadly I received by the last mail, tbe pamphlet A South Carolina negro justice haa that there were more officers in commisweapon be was fined $25 and ten days in containing the horrible ravelniioca of the sion than were nteded for actual duty. ruled that the taking of a man's watermel- Jail. Iitl Jfall Gatettejni aa its circulation ia AND When theae removals were secured, then ons ia not larceny. Mrs. H. U. Kauttman la viaittog her world wide now, and ita readers number of Van Buren, thua Chaa. Taylor, Mayor the resignations were forwarded, and brother, W. H. Greenleaf, in St. Louii. millions, I want to put upon record my XTiti-iiitui-- e Ark., shot and killed Alex. Aaron in a Mrs. II. A. Slitt, of Millersbur?, i visiting the clean sweep waa accomplished. See?" ! opinion of it 1st, if percnance it may difficulty about a prostitute. her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Morria Erana, at pare York democratic ticket ia The New some from reading it, and failing that X Four negroes in jail at Pittsburg, N. '!!! co,uI,,;(o nnHoriuicMi or Furniture, embracing ew Hood left Thurt-da- y again In tact, the Committee naving nomi- C, charged with a triple rmrder, wore tak- the. College. Mr. Thomas to clear my own skirts by an emphatic pro- crythliiBtromilio Clioapvst Fluent Parlor Nnltcfi. It morning for Indianapolis, where be nated Gen. Elward F. Jonee, after finding en therefrom by a mob and hung. test. Like every one else 1 wast nrioiia to iieet to ko to tho lariso cIIIom to nmko no mailer will attend a College of Dentistry. Mrs. read what not accept the out that Gen. Slocum would had convulsed the hub of the wlint qiiaiiflly or quality King Humbert will take no more John hn I can and will duplicate Francis and dauehter, of Madifor Lt. Governor declined by nomination plauet. I' ia a brochure of 30 or 10 pag&. any price you can obtain elsewhere, freight cholera risks, and declining hia proposed belli aiMcik visiting Mrs. Judge Wal Mr. Flower?. Gen. Jonea waB a gallant visit to Palermo, rends $25,000 instead to son county, were I read vsn or eiht, felt aa if I were slip-p,n- a full assortment ol Collins, Chcs, Nhroutls ami Itohcs, ker. Mr. Allen Davis, of Cincinnati, is In though person. uiu.iBH mj it-N-, iioin cueap soldier in the late war and into he!), tore the vilo production into ... the suflercre. ami expensive. W are room' town. ally popular ia by no mean a politician. A have or rather they lwd a de a hundred Klips, and so escaped the if U I opposite St. Asaph Hotel. Stanford. Ky. Tney Cnatrman Heneel, of the Pennsylvania member of the State Democratic Ccnimit Democratic Committee, announces that bating society at Republican choolhotic, would not have fininhtd nadirs it for a tee sate: "There ia no doubt about the re- 'we intend to have a democratic majority down on Scon's Fork, in this county, that bafc- - of gold. I would not haye had uiy sult this year; the democratic vote will be in Pennsylvania tnia year." in many respec'a is not uulike Bret Ilsrtee daughters read it for ten biu of itold. That out in force, and in New York that meana haa been appointed famous "Society of the Statiislnn." The ia what I thought of it then and I think of Mr. J. Boule Smith anywhere from 30,000 to 35,000 msjirity." by Gov. Knott Commiadoner for Kentucky Scott'd Fork Society numbera among its ittor. It ia simply a hideous outings on vithe public, aad ought to be stopped in the Col Cradddcmc haa the following head at the North, South and Central American memberamoat of the residenta of the cinity and a few gentlemen from jut across mails and bunted out br Cap. Comatock man. Exposition at New Orleans. lines in hia piper; "A miaerable old Sir Charles Dilke and the widow of the the river in Jessamine county The de- aud hia confreres and treated lite other He wants to marry, but can find no one to soul and body polluting liter Mure him " We suppose he was referring late Mark Pattiaoo, of Oxford University, bates are often fierce, earnest and of couree have List Wedneedav night the I cannot apeak too strongly what I thinK so to himself, bjt he should not despair. A will be married to morrow. Mrs. Pattison edifying. couple whose combined ages are 101 got haa atood by Dilke In hia troubles, and Huestion un for disctiwion wa: "Which hotly of. And I grieve beyond measure haa received the wore 'rvatmetjt at the that the ".Silvation Army" It at the bottom marrie I in this vicinity last week, and we crowns'her faith by besoming his wife. The Health Board of Montreal having hands of the white man the nicger or tht of thia ill adviiel movement. No one can know the CjI. is nit as old as both ol them ordered compulsory vaccination, 20,000 Indian?" Oa this all important quention persuaJe me that Gen. Bioth and his put together. waxed exceedingly warm. Poli friends were G vl led in mis deplorable French Canadians paraded and the Frater B03LEY seems to have been un- awore they would burn the the atreeta they tics oratora the debate, the republicans matter, uecsuse tney claim tola, 1 am got Into city before well last week. Ho (peaks of the killing would submit. Considerable public proper rangiog themselves on the side of Sambo bold to speak out for I am "very jealou of Ball by hibaonaaa "raticide" and ty waa deatroyed before the military dis- while tha democrats espoued the caise of for the Lord of hosts," add dare not have us of commending the action of Dr. poor Lo. According to the beU ace una hia character thus maligned and still hoi 1 persed tho riotere. Temple in denouncing John Wise for hia The Trustees of the art museum of the fun began in this way. On m ho my touiin Hiditbeeaa oint-- r atarteJ unwarrented reference to the Danville af by the JU Mart Gatette, it would have Cincinnati have accepted the propoaition of republicana waa in the mid n' n fair. There ia no word of commendation interrupted bt been outside my province to attack it. Bjt effort, when he w David Sinton to give them S75.000 for the in our article, aa much as we may have erection of a new building for the Art a democratic opponent wim the remark coming aa it does from a noble band of felt that the Act deserved it. School, in lieu of hia former gift for the that he waa "a d d liar," or words to that christian workers, I may not hold my A half adczsn or more Kentucky pa reconstruction of the old post offi:e build-io- g effect. B'ow3 were pased at once, and oere, whi-I see thtm dragging the holy per have adopted pitent in or outsidea for similar purpose. then resort waa hai to knives and pirtols. ninixof Him I worship and adnre into within a.inonth. Both Wir.cheater papers and The Attorney General of PennsylvaAll beiog well "heelel," in an loatsnt a thia loathsims bjsinex, t have half their printing done in Cincinnati, nia haa entered proceedings againat nearly doun doable action revolvers and as many suatain the movement. the Catlettaburg paper does likewhe and a score of mutual insurance companies in "bowies" gleamed in the fitful cmdle llijht. Mv readers know how I have ritten and even the great and good Munnell now al- that State, requiring them to Ishow cause A scene of the wildest confusion ensue'. spken always iu almost undiluted praite lows half of the original and only Jfffer-soni- an why they should not be suspended, and There were howla, groans and curse; bsocl of the "Salvitioo Army" In tho past. Democrat to be made up and printed announcing hia intention of breaking them ea and tables were overturned and tie Tney have no trusr frieoJ in an humble all up. in the wicked Porkopolia. Licklly (or way than I. But I dare not endorre their lights were extinguished. The mercantile failures in the United unluckily?) no ahots were fired and q'liet wrongdoing in this, touc ling aa it does Ik President Cleveland win's to do. the States during the past nine montba number- waa fiially restored. An Inveatigatlon de the dear charac'.er of the LOUD Let not proper thin; aad at the aimetim gritify a ed 8,107, an increase of 311 over the corre- veloped the fact that nobody waa hurt Ooe good people be b'inded by the general exKentucklaos, he will apsponding period of 1831 The liabilities man had a suspender button cut oil and cellent character of the work they have point the Uon.Tnos. L. Junes to the Span for 1835 are $97,000,000; for the same perithat was theaum toUl of the damage. The done and are doing, to the iniquity (I can He ia one of the iah MWod, m vacint. od in 1881, 131,000,000, a decreaae of $81, aoclety adjourned without day, and the write no milder word) of this fearful blunmeat polished and courtly men in the S ate 000,000, a falling off of nearly 60 per cent, great question will forever remain unsettled der of Gen, Booth and friends In them of and one who has never counted the costs A fatal scourge ia sweeping over Pike Arrests followed, the republicana swearing cour.se it can only be a fearful mletake. I to render service to hia when oalled upon and Floyd counties'. It ia the same diaease out warrantB aalnst the democrat and think too hlgily of tho General and hia party. that proved ao fatal In that cectlon a year mve incu glorious family to dream j( imputing any i'ouno E. Allison and Geo. W. Smith a ;o. The ay mptoma resemble thoie of flux, ticeicrau. tne repuwicinu and acquitted. The democrats have not thing else to thetn. Bit it is a crime they will begin the publication of a Sunday pabut the phjBiciana have discovered no rem- yet had their cases judicially determined, have commltte I for all (hat, per in a few wflie. Ben H. Ridgely will edies yet by which they can check ita ray. cholera germi from As well import but they will hardlv escape so lightly becneof the leading local contributors. ages. In three weeka there have been sixty Spain, and scatter them broadcast it every We'll wager it deaths from it. Louiayillo Commercial. Level Green, Sspt. 12, 18S5.- -I, II. C Eigliah family to teach sympa by for the will be a daisy. There are no better newsP. T. Ihrnum ha brought auit for Long, have beeii confined for 3 years rfith suffering Spantan'aiu their terrible tfllic Physicians said that one paper men than two of the team mentioned, $50,000 damages agtinst the Hartford, ninvimntion. tion. Oo. when I think how many hur.-dreanywhere. Conn , Globe lor publishing a statement to lung wt entirely gone and the other badly of thousands of young, Ingenuous Tue Louiavllle lima of Wednesday con- the general effect that the elephant Jumbo diseaeJ. Could get no relief and was in so minds of the youth of England and Anieri sketch of Judge M. H. waa sick, and that Mr. Barnum connived at mnrh nain I could not sleep, I hotrd of tains a ct this vile pimphle' will ptll.its, as bil- concludea with the auggest-io- n having him killed by a railroad engine for Mrs. Dr. M. A Hurl", of Alabima, and anccd against the very Owsley, which dar creature' taking her that tho next gubernatorial ticket be advertising purposes. The old mm fade called her In and commenced it will save, I feal that a ehrlek of pr.'e't medicine on Saptembr 9;h and got relief Bucknerand Owsley. The Judge ia not lermined to be advertised At iny rate I will ia but a feeble thing Immediately and on the 12. h of the same kindly to the idea nor feel The mutilation and killing of railroul likely to take ay -- ho'dlv. for the better ey what I think I oiuht to men i appallin?. The alau;htsr at the month felt a general chaogo very muoh complimented by it. tnil leave result with God and I earnestly believe by continuing tbe CONTINPED NEXT IS3UE J towarda the battle of the Wilderness is said to be air The New York World's pBed in a aingle year, by the loa3 of life medicine she will make a permanent cure Ferdinand Ward, in un iutfrview put . Cleveland admiaiatra'ion ia shown even In on trains. Figures given by the Railroad and I am thankful to God and Mr. Har- lished in a New York piper aav: "Gen. iU cJt of Mfm Eeteey, who, no matter how Ganlli ahow idy doae for ma, the number of killed and ris for what ahe ha aire Grant knAW nothing abou th- - budnes of eho ia, could obtain wounded ugly and frightful H C. Long Ist year In the Unite! States to Grant & Ward. He ha no knowledge of heavy damages before any iuiy for the ter. have been IS sno. Man n( thee accidents Addresa Mra Dr. HarrisalMilledgeville, its affairs." occur in what is caUed coupling carricature. rible Ky. GEO. O. BARNES. W. H. HIGGINS Store, Crn ... .. TAYLOR BROS. FAMILY GROCERIES - OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY ft. one-hal- Faay& WMMUif PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS. Jus J a vi & WlitBllL UNDERTAKER, lotho Xealei in jonr purlmc, g Alo embrac PLEASE DON'T FORGET e, That we cany the Largest Stock of Groceries, Hardware and ac-cu- vtuuciiawaru in uiu City; That we are Millers' Agents and wholesale depot for Flour and Meal; in-tif- That our stock of Pleasure Vehicles, including everything from a Hoard Cart to a Barouche, is always complete, 100,000-unarme- uu well-writt- -- And tli at we guarantee Lowest Prices, style and finish considered. Also, that we still handle the cel ebrated Wagons, "Old Hickory" and Mitchell. Big line of Farming Implements, Grain Drills, Turning Plows, both riding and walking, And all of which we guarantee at Lowest prices. 1 RIH:,T, CUBRJlIff. w Tbe fellow who swindled the Rich There have been 8 additions to the -THEttryasrt this Baptist church since last report, making mond people Is under arrest at Ashland. Emery Storrs. engaged In In the two week' meeting held The late 38 In all, H ' LOUISVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE. Strattftn. Stanford, Ky Ontober 2, 1885. Now i your opportunity to buy a bag- by Rbt. II. T. Daniel. It will probably more famous dues than any other lawyer gy. We are filing nil goods at actual cost close to night, but may go on until after of his day, and who received hundreds of ehort-hsnPeBmamtalp, BsnMrg, Arithmetic, dc. It li the and cirrlaje until Ost. 1st. Bright & Cur- - Sunday right. Tno interest continues aa thousands in fees, left an estate valued at great aa it has been from the first, and truly less than $3 000, and consisting entirely of allege la Wi section wherein 1.AM.L8CAL TIME CARD. ran. li ttUiht as book, sre kept by the test sad a library, office furniture and household it has been n genuine revival. 159 Mall trtta ceil Worth Misw Mary MoRoderth will bo redy to banker., od a thorough practical knowledge of account given., lis. the .....J 1 so r. M. ana bet arranged critictz) Brother goods. With him money came easy and sTOUtD Some of tlio papers r. m. KxpmtiMiB" I 32 Ai U. recelTe Art pupils at tbe old Dr. Mcllob room, oi any vonege in inert e.t. Thouuod.ol Micccssful graduite toutb. ! 11 te.tlfy to the above. Call er Barnes severely tot what they term his went the same way. 03 A Iff ton.. MM erts office on Lancaster street, tomorrow A convention of 300 colored men met address latest crankiness In joining the Church of Tbs-JOIs calculated on standard Urn.. Bolat morning at 0 o'clock. T England and declare that his usefulness is at Lynchburg, Va , and formally declared lira li heart M Bleats tout. &c College, His devoted follower were their political independence, calling upon and at an end. The Lalonm races begin Cor. Third and Jefter.on, LOUISVILLE, KY. last till the lOili, with extra days, five great greatly shocked at first, but like Miss Edith their brothers to join them, and in tbe fuday, The K. C. will sell special Limmer, who writes to us from Kent, Eng- ture make such political alliances as will HUT your school booki from Penny & races etch land, "soon resolved not to worry, but most advance their interests, educationally, low rate tickets during the time. McAIMk. Complete stock of school books ami leave it in the Lord's hands, believing that financially and politically. John Buyan, the young manicured by all will work together for good." school supplies at McRobsrts & 8tagg's, Methodist girls are assured by tbe offij Wasokks and Jewelry repMred on short a strain, died Tuesday morning from the cial journal of their chuich that they can LAND. STOCK AND CROP notice and warranted by Penny A Mc A Us- effects of it. He wss a s)n of Mr. and Mrs. not dance without breaking (bat solemn er. J C. Bryan and a boy of much promise. Pure Northern seed wheat f jr ecle by vow which they made at the altar, "in the Buy the Haas Hog Remedy, the ordinal and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl-iste- r. Dit. Bailey had his buggy torn all to Geo D, Wearen. presence of God and His aogtile, to renounce Pales of niw corn in Scott oiunty are the devil and .all nis works" PHUIUGEDT1STS pieces yesterday His horse got frighten The asserA Oomim.ktk stock of ewelry, latent ed and ranaway, fortunately when no one made at $2 per bbl. delivered. tion is further made that truly good chrisrtyln. Kockford watches n specialty. PenJohn P. Barry, of Fsyette county, tians are never dancers. was in the vehicle. The Dr. seemi unfor ny A McAlister. i sold 40 hekd ol fat cattle at $5 30 per hun lunate in the selection of his horses. II dred. PERSONAL. .1EU ADVKRTINtnE.IT. The subscribers to tbe Chesapeake & Drngn, 8ALE-- 20 grade yearlirg high Wall Paper, Foil Wiue. MitHlcal Jonx A MoKonrJtTH has L'ono to Ksshvllle railroad at Xahvllle met and steers. Apply to R. II. Jiranatuh, Lrab Chemical, UOOKM, Liquor IiiM(riteiiteuis) PaliitK, Stationery, Cimpbelisville. Clears. resolved to make no payment on their sub- Orchard. Pocket 3t. T. OIIh, lobaccoH, Cutlery, MumMollir Dai'oiikkty ha gone to scription until the report that the road in Soc Osrens has forsde 1 pair of mules JLninpH, Perfumery, a candidate for ShcrlO of Lincoln county, lib- Fire Arum, I. Maohlii Louisville to visit friends. was au- 15 hands, 3 burses and G milk cws at jeet to the action of tbe democracy. tended to sell out to the Onr JoTTclrT, SHrcrwnro nnd Optical Goods Department Is In Charire of (Ini Mtss Dolus: William is the guest of thoritatively denied. Hustonville, Ky. Thos. Bkhards, nlio ttIU Repair (Vatches and Clocks promptly and lu her aunts, the Misses Peyton. It. O. H AIUtEN the wfit For Sale -- 2 high grade Jcrrey cows, For Sheiiiki'. Mr. Thos D. Newlaud, MtwE. Minnie and Jennie Gentry, & I. a Candldats lor to tho office ol good milkers. Apply to J. E Cirson t, Attorney ol the 8th Judicial of Metcvr, rre viMtitw Mrs T. J. Boeley. who has filled tbe oflice uf jtiler for two 3f. tubject to tbe action ol tbe iJemocracj. terms, detlres promotion and deserves it. Bro, Crab Orchard. Mim Robert Latimer, of Ltxlngto, Sam R Bean, of Nelson county, sold is the gtiet of Mr. Henry Biughman. He la nude a capital ofticer and is just a mules to Wm. Otn-trspan of two year-j- ld of a nun to take the Hberithlly, the kind &c. of Mares, Mirw MattiePaxton ha accepted the of Lexington, for $400. being honest, capable, courageous and po(itimif a'sittant in Prof. Abaer Kircn' e I will sell at public auction boforo the At a r cent sale of Shropshire sheep in His popularity has increased from on acideniy. The ItiSZ,IntiuufoidCourt Jloinlav,of October XO, England, 33 rams averaged 5135 Circuit day. a lot stock cooalatlug the lime he first sought to enter public life, Mr. J C Florence was cilled to wbeo he defeated nine good men seven services of one ram for a year brought ol a Hue etalllon, tilx Uiood Mlrea, Two aged Jen. net., One Jack ud One Jennet Colt. Term, caib' Nels,.n wiinty Tusday by the destb of rjai'Tox EitnuEK. years aco far the office lie now holds, mul $910 61. td cunlord, Ky. e A pirty nf farmers in Pndleton oun his ftber he will he an exceedingly hard man lu in the night killed and burned It cattle Dioi: Oknthy scecoiupadled bis Mr lisat. 1 1 does not enter the rsco in donbt tr. DEALEH IN affccled with pleurn pneumonia fcr Divid HOME. brother, J C Unitr nl (smily, to Texss sbutit his ability to give tbe heavy bond Brannock. Tnelr posiofllce lll he H.lton rniuired, but knows that he will bs able Butter stilt kseps at a low figure. Ths I OK SALE OK XCEMT. Mr. Polly Shanks, who has been tidosolf the democracy shall chore him Half a mile Tbe Louisville quotations are: Choice country home, entirelyfrom Main Street, Stanford. front ycilerdsy and very ill f fl jx, w for bew, contain. 6 room., cellar, as one if its standard bearers. 8 to 10c per pound; medium 6 to 8 ; low and back porchis. All necetmj outbuildings. her death I xprctl t nny time. Lot contain. 10 teres. Heat Tarletj ol fruit ol all Miw Mary VAiim. of Stanford, is The formal announcement of Mr. R. C. grades 4 to Cs. Choice Elgin creamery 25a kind. In tbe county, In full besrlng. Call ou or TJlOi. UlCHAHUS, Coro In shock sold this week on J. J. addrcea, Ltviola C'nuli and Mrs, Warren's candidacy for as Com visitlnit Matanlord, Ky. L E. Frnri R cbmonil Herald. monwealth's Attorney appears in this is Ashley's farm at $1.10. The farm of 00 Mrs W H. Hiuhi.ns left TuesJsy to sue. His admini'tratioo ol the office has teres wss withdrawn at $7C.fiO and then It been tnot creditable to biui-e- lf Mrs. W. O P irk, at Kanvisit her and emi rented at $S.07J, pretty good interest. Parties wishing Ilugglei, l'tW.oni or Ilaroucbet, Mr. ILsin sroouipanieil nentSy sstisfsatory to the people who de- lies In Ciark. sas City, Mn. win mane money br clllug on ua. We with lo The prominent sheep rsisera inTcnnet sire to fee the laws executed and crime sup her a close out all our nobbed work Ibl. fall, In order see have resolved to abandon the business, 10 maie room ior our. priog worn, we will .ell A conscientious, bold and ioip-- r pre'-ee work, fully varranitxl.at lower prices LOCAL MATTEftS tisl prosecutor, he has done much to thst owing to the want of a dog law, asserting uma jou can uuj an j worE auippen lo tnn place aod fur sal-- . Wo don't Intend to be u adenoid on bs maintained aoy grade ol work. Call and be convinced. Sri.iMiD linf PockM Knives. T. II. end and he has hosts of friends who think that 300,000 sheep can not against 500 000 dogs. his course def erves a handsome endorse-uieNJilTHM .UUltVllY,Ky. Walton. 6l-Danville, l .I. in ..- Cincinnati wss, at one time, the That our opinion of him is not iii .is-trechestnut shingles culored by local pride, but shared generally Sr.vrv ihnu-sn- 'l pork- - acking city of the West. Now " IS. K. lor sale. c'ismsh, Yrn. by tbe people of the district, we reproduce she stands eighth on the list. Chicago doe,, FINE LINCOLN FARMS TEN rlhsrr of Farmers National Btnk the following from an intelligent Lancaster OOJper cent, of the poikpscking of tbe FOR SALE 1 Ht ck for correspondent if the Ctiuricr. Journal i "Mr West, while Cincinnati does but three per Apply st the Btnk. Wo offer for .ale two of the beat Farm. In Lincoln Warren ha made a good reputation as a cent, of it. IN ADDITION TO OltOCERIES AND f ROVHIONS. HE KEEPS A 0'K)t county, Kt. liotb llo 3 mllea from Uus naVm ruin h fallen at last, bold, vigorous Capt. Bush reports the sale of L. B. proecutor, and he writes an tontllle, oa tbe Mlddleburg pike. (Mini- - k'")MT srtl lstrl two or three it indictmtnt well. He has been constantly Adams as follows: Horses 32 to $125, No. 1 Contains 310 Acros, day. at hispo't, and nnrie his keen surveillance mule colts 337.60, milk cows $20 to $40, Well watered, fence 1 and Improved. We will sill hunMrs MoDY Hardin i daily receiving the interests of the Cjtrmon wealth have yearlings $1 to $13, hojs $3(10 per iW acre out of itie heart of U,ur'i75 aire, or tbe imllti err sr.il her putrons re "Dick" his hosts of friends, dred, sheep $2 per head, corn $1.40 in field whole ol It. to call mrlr. No. 2 Contains 140 Aores, and they will fight hard, if necessary, to and wbect $1 to $1.10. Cattle are lower and dull in the Louis- Well Improved, fenced and watered, lying Juit carry him through Hi if ho hundred and fify thou Brick aro nearly ttie pike iloth uit six years more of ville market, prices ranging from 21 to acro.i grauauu from Mo I.aigmiy Farms proouciive. for sale by gets there, mean ami, hnrd sii) an in ana ixiin sre hogi are in fair demand at 3 to 4,10; Terms caiy. 1 10; ,J. n It YK, rapah n en ice. Henrv lituebniin JOS. COIWIJY, shep and lambs are quiet at 1 to 3 for the Ilustonvlile, Ky. Hidimi the Children. A few yeais We ar (leltv rtcsivinc new good in our for the latter In Cil former and 2J to lins. PU-srail ariti . rxsmine them ago, Mrs. Susan Owsley obtained a divorce ciniuti hogs are quoted at 31 to 4.30 and Mi Cjesi for cs-- s Kte I3gn and from Franklin Owsley, the court awarding cattle at 2j to 4 05 her alimony and the custody of their A Mrs Fnni- - Klmi'tni -- R. R and E. P Woods sold to Ln ynuncest child. Tie other foir cuildron, 1) i Tracy, reld tn big teup-anc- e thrri" girls and a on, weie giveu to the fa- Hudson a few d its since , IS heed of Tcr On Danville atrrct, In Stanford. The lot contains two acres nod ba. ou It a rouilortable dwelling, lerlril in Lincn:er, i in (l!agow ther with the express order that the mother ling mare mules for $111 per be.id. They tabic, com crib, a splendid cistern sold to the same prty a cream colored and a hug number of Irult andortMmootal trees - great intsrsst aln u the cau-- e and getcrest' ii,might vi'it them once a month at will. This I. ou of tbe mutt desirable re.Idence. In the The pl.ee. mule, on- - yoar old, for $1S0 ting tnsnv tlBnerto the pledge. and further particular, api.lv to Some time ago Mr. Ovsley sent fie chil- mire J()ll. Jt. I'll I Ijii'S, Stanford. Mesers. Woods have 45 head of ihestu oh dren to Covington and put them in tt.e SiiEKirr MrNKEEha three dputies in est, bet mare mule colts that cin be found the field now in ort!cr to make up for the St. Wallwrg Academy, wher they remained in this section, MILLINERY. In nf time in collecting tax. They are till stealthily removeJ by him, and the Fcrty pit load of fst cattle, 700 head, Oforcc S. Carpenter, A O. Ciwan and O is mother hns not been able to see thfem r to were shlppl to Biltimore this week from Hiss Kato Logan and .Mrs. Fanolc even know their wherabouts since. Hear N'ewUml thi place, Pari? and Mt, Sterling. They Are dally receivings choice and well selected line log that Mr. Owsley was wandering about o! Fall aud Winter Millinery, to which thev In. were purchased for L"hmn and go to Eu here this One of I he prlrer in vile the attention of the ladles of ibis vlcinltv. It with them in Wahingt n county, she made rope. Their average weight wis l.oOO Ibt , will be their study (o please and they hope to merweek, Wm. Kouthard, a Lilirel county a trip thence, but after sveral disagreeable share Store and they cost about $05,000. B. W. Couch it a fullfirst one of patronage.titanforl. on Lancister mo'inshiner. plendei guilty before Judge days of alxive Main, struct, search she returned home unable to man sold 13 head of cittle weight 1.57G in Louisville, and tm fined $100 and Birr, them though she saw persons who lbs., to J. H. Sweeney at 55 25 and four sent to j til for thiriv dam had seen him. She called at our office head fur $4.50. Wincheiter Democrat. A LOUD GALL FOR TAXES. A few days ago a boy named Wednesday greatly distressed and asked FlSdUl.AU. Winchester Courts About 200 mule Buley, who lived In thi county, traded tnat wh announce that she will give what coltscflered. Geo. A. Whitney bought 21 By reason of the delir In centos the tax book prcstnt vear, occasioned work of the horre' wiih a man. The same night the rewsr.l she is able to)pay for any infertile- - head of No. 1 mare colts at an average of for theIloatd ol hquaJizitton, my by tbe for collectUrns State his leg and th- - tion thereby she may be able to ascertain ing the taxe. haa been thoricned by more than hors the unn cot $00. Q lite a number of ealee were made two months, conKquentir It will be absolutenexldav the bo' hoie klcketl him so ec the whereabouts eitberof him or the chi'-dre- ranging from $30 to $75. About 100 cat- ly lm0S3lble and me to grant to tax payer, that for Indulgence to which they bate been accustomed. Sho wishes to see if he cm ignore tle on tho market which was exceedingly verly thai he died in a short time in order lo meet my mm in liabilities i must mane the order of court and put her to such in- dull through the day. One lot of plain rapid co'lectlons All persons owing taxe. ore. of voting 20 centi on the therefore earnestly rtutiestcd to call on mo oucs Tnmi'iestinn convenience and trouble without "suflering steers, 1,050 pounds, brought $3 81 per and settle up; and Ihny are wanted that in at of case S100 on this fchool district for threo ycaie a louo so, win te ptnalty. Any information will bethank-fnll- y cwl.j yearlings $23(&25, sellers not willing laiiure of taking itbe steps uuuerine tiDpieastoito enprovided by kw was decided yes- a school-house- , to build am aware that such a. this, received. Address, Mrs. Kjisan Ows- to accept the decline. Good suckling force paymeDt.areI so frequently made call.Sheriffs, becauss tbey terdnv. T was our mistako in stating that ley, Huitonville. by are not often heeded, but I Intend that it shall be calves $1215- .- San. heel ction would b en Faturday. In a demonstrated that I moan wbst I .ay, WWt MARRIAGES. J. X.JIKXEFEKttilicrlT' vote of -0 thetx wis catried by 8 msjor- HALLS GAP. LINCOLN COUNTY. &ii-a&h- li JntcriorloHrnal The Ikteiuou Jouiinal added 09 new name to It week. long llsl of subscriber Boop-keeptn- g, Type-writin- Book-keerl- book-ker- ii 1 Irgt . if Isonisvillo Bryant Stratton Business lowiwrcrt, M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, Soap, DEALRnS & STAGG, Stanford, Ky D.XEULtM) LAX 2eedle. lili-trlc- (., y, Sale Jennets, THE OHBAP GROCER. ciu-tiou- s. Court-Hom- vsiw-rsbl- T. R. WALTON, SUBURBM -- -. 01-- ir, NOTICE. fr. Lnivl home-mad- nt 2t s priu-cips- 2 !. And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line Yon May Call For. Tin-- , Glass- - -- 1 fl s not-tflre- d. ' To , -- ,. and Queensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- 61-l- s rem sale, DesirableResidence 'i-- wood-hous- Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deai of Other Hardware. u I School Supplies: Baskets, Bags, Slates, Pencils, Pens and Holders, Ink, &c. jil 50-- lt er n. Corner Main and Somerset Sts. is the best place to buy. WHOibXSSAIES PRICES ! 1- At Rowland, yesterday, Mr. Michesl David Newburn le't O'Keife snd the e prellv widow, Mrs. with hla family yesterday for Bolivar, Tenn. Etst, were tin Jo one flesb. L. B Adams and fiinilr expect to start for Mr. John 8. Litwell nnd Mrs. Polly Dr. A. O. their Alabama hoc: J. Adams were united in marriage yentcr-d- y. Burton is renewing old acquaintances t They have both reached the 52 J Huitonville. 8. 0. Drye received the gift mile pott on the jonrney nf life nnd eaoh of a daughter Thursday morninr tins had a previous matrimonial experience.. . ilT- - Over 40 Buggies, Carriages, The West End Jose-pSin- y County Court and the Court of Claims RELIOIOUS. will be held Monday. Of courie there will -- Rv J K Tri llt will preach at baa large crowd in town nd many who next Ssbbsth nt 3.30 o'clock i si We would be owe us for subscription. California has two separate Presbyterisuch cill and settle. It very glad to have an churches of Chinese and one of Japan-s- j takes a $100 a week to run this office and - Dr. Willit-- , of the Warren Memorial nnr demands can naver be put oil ii church, Louisville, receives the largest salaM V. Table and New FiRM.-M- re. ry of any minister in the city $5,000 a p JJIss Ella Smiley have formed a partner-shi- vear. be found on the 8 and can hereafter Hjv. B, F. Tailor, of Huston ville, has W. corner of Main and Djpot streets where just cloaed a meeting of days at Mack thsy will keeponhsnda full line of sea- vllle, during which about 50 psrsons wcte sonable millinery and be prepared to do aJded to the church. drftrs fit inj and miking on short notice. Esd. II. T. Wilson's mectinc at the Patronage solicited. Christian church continue with much There have been W.'ll bet you ndollsr and a half you - Richmond ITerald. sixteen additions. can not help seeing the advertisement of 'ev. L. Mysonbeimer, evanpellsl, haa Offsley & Craig, which appears in this firm is composed of E P. bad 355 conversions at Csrroltou, Mo,, and piper. The still Vliloh shonv 0aley and James T. Craig, two of our the meeting fools continues, In do not live Kentucky. had much tbnt all tie worthiest young men, who have Rv. Guilford Jones, n Methodist minIn the dry goods buslnesi for experience their age, and as they offer a splendid stock ister at Jackson, Tenn , told his congregathey would haye to quit dancing or of everything in their line we are sure the tion their full ehare of its quit the church The mi j irlty of his tl ick. public will give them rirtfird the latter alternative and left. pstronsge. Call and :es them. Mc-Kin- nsy Tbe protracted meeting that was being conducted at the Union charch by Efd. Stephen CM Her closed Thursday with two additions. MIjs Ninnie Stephenson, of Richmond, is the guest of Mis Nannie Bingaman. Maj A. C Stanton, of Ironton, O , is spending "i few days with Mr. James Hywater. Miss Etnma Herrinp, rf Garrard county i vWtine her brother, Mr. M. F. Herring. A visit to the Sunday school at Walnut Flat last Sunday afternoon showed it to be one of the best conducted Institutions of that kind in the county if not in tbe Slate, They have an excellent organist, the best of singioc nd ,ue qualifications and general deportment of the scholars are all that could be deired, The attendance was not as lar;e at usual owing to the weather not bsing propitious, bj we were informed by Mr. Geo A. PJemnts, the centlemnuly Superintendent. Q ille a lar.'o number of friends aid relatives gathered at Mr. Logan Murphy'a Tueidoy morning to witness the mmisr.e of his daughter, Miss Sllie T. Murphy, to Mr. Wm. A.'Moblev.of thia place. After a very beautiful and impreeslve ceremony byRir, J. M. Bruce, and amid tie con- Bratulationn of their numerous friends, they look the train for Bjatou, Ky., th home of tho groom, from which place they will go to Louisville, Cincinnati and other points. May their future life be but a real zition of their fondest dreams. Lincoln Circuit Court. John II. EDglmian A gu,e E. Knglemsn, hi. wile, On vtltlon. In Equity. Notice i. hereby given to whom It may concern that tbe petitioner., J. II. Englcman and Susie E. Engleman have thl.day filed their petition in tbe clerk'. oIBre of tbel.lucoln Circuit Court, praying that tne Court empower tbe raid tSusie E. Eogle-ma- n to use enjoy, ttll and convey, for her own benefit any property .bo nny own or acquire, free from the claim, or aebu of Der husband; to make cou tracts, sueamt le.ued a. a single woman, to trade lu her own name and todlsoseof btr own property by will or deed It la hereby ordered that this njtlco be pibllsh-- r In the Intkiior Joi'rnal, n newspaper published la Utanlord, Ky., by two weekly insertion, before tbe next regular tsrin of the Lincoln Circuit Court. Ulven under my band a. rlerk of said Court, Ihli 19th day ol September, 1SJJ J. P. BAILEY, Cik.L.C. C. SS-- Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagons, Over 4:0 Farm Wagons ami many other Ooods to be RETAILED GEO. AT WHOLESALE PRICES. ' Too Many Goods on Hands; Trado Is IJuU and They Must Bo Sold. I. WEAKEN, Mtimirhclurerh' Agent. r PUBLIC OF- - sali: the highest Personalty and Town Lots. Having. old my farm I wilt srll t bidder un "The Bournejfrom which no Traveler Returns Sick."Pocket Books, Flavoring Extract., Artists' Materials, DreStutls, Hand Mirrors, Violin Strings, Frenrh Harps, - Do you Intend sending ycur child to school? Iiourne keep, all kind, ol School Ilooka, Ink., Papers, Pen., Copy Book., Tablet., Pad., Sponge, TIIUKSDA V, 4JCT. 18S3, Mate., Pencil. Do you want to marry? Oo then, and got your On the remises lu Lincoln county, lt miles Face Powder., Periume., Cacheu., Soap., Brushes c: McKlnney, nil my pertoual property, boutb consi.ui g oi and Comb, from ltourno. 8vveu brood Mares, 4 of theiu extra goo 1 fine ? Get Doyou want to pleae your molhcr-ln-laold tllly, 1 yearling Ally, 1 Toatling hcr.o colt, 1 lilly colts, 1 horso colt, S work horses, her a pair of IMare's Celebrated Ilocx Cry.ta! tuare mules, 3 ,nule colts, a lot Spectacle, and paint her house with mixed Paints. of sow. and pigs, n lot ol shoatj, a very tine Iiourne ha. them. yearling boar, 20 acre, of corn, lot ol bay and Are you .Ick? Have you Headache, PacVache, oat., 1CJ bushel, wheat, farming utensils, Jc. Two nous", and lots and blacksmith .bop In the Tccache? Bourne keeps all klnh of Medicines. townofMoaiuney, will be sold on rj and W Kcmember, Bourne will give n nice rrcsent to month, tlmo Personalty will be sold ou 01 day. time on all turn, of 110 and over, theflrstgocd looking girl who rej eats the lollow-ln- g Tbe farm or 120 acre., lately .old to my .Ister, Is lor rent privately. Keitlier Pu. ten, Pstoot Medicines, if tr n. bhavltig Materials, lt MoJIniuy, 4y I Toilet Article.. IStb, I '.atcrs, Vases, Dolls, BpIcCR, Tbtrumueters, Csnfcctlon., Varnlihes, Paints, Oils, 1 w And 101 other articles, at 1)K. IIOmtXE'S 1 NEW DRUG STOKE, STANFORD, KY. Opposite My en' House. Cl-- ft iivn. 9PER CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. OANVILLE, BOYLE COUNT r. W. Is. DAWSON sub- - lit it MUlauesof Hulldlng Material lor ealo at my The wet weather of Tuesday and WedMKE premises oa the llustonrllleplke. nesday, although very much needed for and last night. '. llEIlt, fctanlord. Mr. C. B. DivlsauJ Miss Georgle A. Vufttlihtnl Tuemlnua mid Frtdaw trraes. Is interfering fooiewhat with corn SAM. M. OWENS Selch, both of this county, obtained license Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, sub' cutting and grain sowing. ject t) tbe action of tbe Oemocrttlo party. ANNDM W. James have just re to marry Wedoeiday A3.00 G. W. and J. W. B Snor recently sold to Rout & Uarlng opened up a lumber yard lathe reirol city, where they have been nso paid strictly Id adTanoo. II we hare to turned from the FARM FOB SALE. Kemper G5 fat hogs, averaging 241 lbs., at our store, wo ore now for several days purchasing their fall stock S3 05 delivered at the Dinville depot. wait dt time. 82.B0 will be chanted. midway Prepared to Furnish any kindlof Lumber of goods. Clotler forstle my Karmof12? Acres, The grand jury on Wednesday return- between Turnersrille and McKinney. It Is In -- J. E. Crson & Bro , Lincoln county's good condition, well luiprored, has brick bouso In tbo rough. I'oitsof all kinds, Shingles cut, W. P. WALTON. ed a true bill for murder against Thomas and all the necouary outbuildings. Apply to or sawed and shared. Alio Agents for tbe Danrllle most noted "breeders and dealers in Jer --s PUning Mills, vc George Warren at Shel- addrcas meat McKinner, Ky. 10 head of their Williams who shot f sey c.tlle," will ship about .11. A. MIASIILTOIV. IlltlO UTAt CVltll 4 V. by City last Saturday night. BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. high grade yearling heifers to Kansas about Three brakeinen of a freight train on the first of November, where they will be For Sale ! Small -- Messrs. George and Hurve Mel fin, of the Cincinnati Southern road and two col are offered for salo to breeders and dairymen fortnerlV of this place, but now of ' K fjsZ'Jr XvSXXV ored men, Henry Divis and Joe Bromton Situated 31 miles from Stanford on tbe Dtmrlll AND LDHHEH YARD, that State. few dya with us. spsnding a had a shooting affray near the depot Tues- pike, containing U!4 Acres, In a high state of cul- J. K. Dllllon who died at the residence day. Several shots were exchanged, but tlTatlon.new dwelllt with 4 rooms and kitchen. Oolbpof tho Knobs, clone by J. Carter'sUrocerr yc Judging from present prospects, the ?vwflr g two iprlngs, Ac. Add rtn Sunday W. R. Dillon, last W. ri A II'W1 V. Htanfar.1. festival to be given at Brodhead Academy of his brother, roOTK As WHEELKIt, Vro.trletora. no one hurt. m . of this town been a citizen Kox all kinds or general Lumber, Sblngtes, on neii Saturday evening will be a grand afternoon, has c, Mr. J. H. Eogleman, of the Farmers bullaen and other cin not find a better market to and community almost continuously for 20 success. . National Bank, has a part of an old German RENT. suit IUaionaMe Bates." motto Is "(lood Material themxilri'S. Our FOR JL, XT Our Sabbath school is now in a flour- years. He was a generous, whole souled lor I'ostoulce addren, Halls ri. ..) na ai i.j.ll rrtn a lt. r lha uu tana. ntltrH Usp.Kjr. attendance is good, fellow, liked by all who knew him. While bible (five books of Motes) that his grand -lha ishing condition. The itr.ami la ita Savlhtra MiZ irolH MY HOUSE A.NO X.OTr Itlti HlnaUUif father Simon Enzleann, brought from Ger irtortll rrlulala Itu pttmu. ttiirSHl-the teachers are zealous and faithful, and he had his faults, his virtues were many; ffllaiiaail m.rolai Muth, laaal ftmut Arenue, In Stanford. Tbe houso con. rm,., at I.i.i Lit aklll i iim t.tr ita M.. many early in 1700. There are copious On Danrllle hwalu Mail, WK.a aanMikl IU lha kiallm the superintendent untiring in his efforts. although he never attached himwjtf to an7 tains 7 rooms, cellar and porch. Lot well linprer-ed- , trlo.lpU li iha nll.la ftaal t lit ilj SaMa tra. wagon shed, Is clear notes to the text and the printing stable with 8 stall, buggr house, M.lilt Tttloaa Caluin Ranaa? or ai?Or3.. The Brodhead Academy ts under the church, he made a profession of religion cistern, all coat and smoke houses and a and distinct. Dressed Pine Flooring, Ceiling, Weather lrhMMiii Caaih aal CaaraneUaa, ail aa rTiaM& aar nnw ami in mod repair. Enaulre on premise. " of Miss Alma Carson, assisted under the preaching of Rev. Geo. CLBarne supervision w o LIT ! wvVw. li Aii tair .it.. 1.i m u frtV. rim Mattie Lipiley, a poor, ignorant, al4. jijHKiJtn, ' ' Boards, Finishing Lumber, Qreonl Ut WALTERA.TAYLOR.AtUnSa.Oa: bv Mr. Robt. L. Edmonson, of Rinerville, at this place in 1881. His remains were most half witted colored girl, was sentenc lumber In the Boujjh, Including S2 nll.'.""10o'", "iraitasaKr coawar. MonKr. The attendance during the first iotered in Odd Fellows cemetery last " TMiMej. t Mta.f "'Sr.r.i.u.'"""' ed to the penitentiary for one year on Laths and Bhlngles.3 month has averaged 81. The number of day at 3 o'clock r. M. Bolhlor salo by Dr. M. L. 110UIINK, Wanford. Wednesday for grand larceny. She conTut she ronrenlenr nf nnr oi,.(am.p. in tai.n dally recitations is between 00 and 100. We dropped in only for a few woments fessed to everybody that she had a chance I will dellrer Ics to regular customers In Btmtisrt lurujua ricinii J we hare arranzed with . Patrons and friends are cordially invited to at the County Teachers Association last and rlclnlty arerr moralng at It. treatFAtl IA Kan nn llll ...fit. an iiiaMiii.hi to talk with to that she took the goods of our Lumber, where thercangetlt as cheap a Saturday, but were highly entertained visit the echool. PER POUND irons uip,ei. lie will alu make be "let ONE CENT for a -- On the night of the 2Stb, Mr. J. E. while preient. A recitation by Prof. charged and pleaded like be child to work Accounts due at tbe close ol each month, or uj miii not on nl, which we willestimates fill no short doing a notice. off." Gov. Knott would .HELVIX A. UA VIH. whttn fttifniiifir nulla. 23&a Woodyard'a store was burglarized, an en- Hawes elicited much applause. The Prof. Lily. h'y. of,humanity to pirdon her on the ground it. ;. it. i it no. r. trance being eflected through a small win- is a fine elocutionist and is endowed with of irresponsibility. AA Mrs. dow in the rear of the building. But very the gift of imparting it to others, The following class day speakers were little damage was done, a) ha vet been Tarrant read a fiae paper on the "Higher recently elected by the literary societies of discovered. Taere were several articles education of women." Our worthy County OrrosiTs Cocai-IIocsClass a pair of Superintendent put in some good Ikks as to Centre College: T. S. McWilliams, missed, such as a pair of boot, KENTUCKY, Orator; G. A. Titterington, Historian; S. DANVILLE, aJlgtjmKjlwAisUTl CMCtfiO tTQ- socks, some Cindy and several bottles of the method of conducting our publio D. Rouse, Giftorian; A. E. Davis, Response; Meals are etrred at alt hours. Game always on schools and it is a great pity every trustee "sweet by and by." T&Jflugh Ooaohos and Pullman S. J. Pulliam, Grumbler; II. M. Grant, ham! ami In Ha aoaiaa. oriten freih fish, and sim Died. At her home near Brodhead, in the county could not have been present Stooping Cars and on short ilar delicacies serred In Poel; Reed Brown, Address to Juniors; W. notice. Look out for tbe all styles sign "Woodbine RestauFrom on the 27th, Miss Effie Crawford, daughter and received in pardon the licking he gave E. Bryce, Class Phrophet; J. M. Rupley, rant" and call when you are hungrr. LoBlflTlllc to Chicago, of Mr. James Crawford. Had she lived them. Bro, Bogle enters heartily Into his JF. lr.JXdSOMIEIJtElt A CO., Eastland, Freshman Danrllle, Kr. till Thursday, the lit, she would hare been work and is making a most aooeftable Phtenologiet; R. W. CIiicIuur.I to Chicago, J. 0TTENHEIMER, years old. Her illness of three officer. Good papers were read by Misses ideal and Senior realization. justlG Mr. S. G. Earle, who has been living IndlaHApotifi (o Chicago. weeks was borne with remarkable patience Pennington, Stuart and others. Crab Orohard, Ky. apart from his wife for two months past, on and fortitude for one of her years. She As the reDort coes. some days ago a A Desirable Farm Containing about 100 WJEOUGH TIME TADLE received all her visitors with a smile and preacher of our town wended bis way Tuesday called where his wife was living Acres of Good Land, Via Loulsrllle: & MISSISSIPPI R. W was' cheerful and conscious to the last. among the hills and valleys of the nsigh-borin- g with her mother and asked to take his two Nearly all ln'cultlratlon, situated on the Stanford little children to his boarding house to re- and Lancaster turnpike road, about J miles from Lre. tmtsrllle . When she found she must die she expressed I county of Garrard, bent upon a holll bo sold Well Lancaster, UlDll'l U a IU Th Dirrct IUuU to main until after dinner. Mrs. Eirle dress- prlrately. Ky. oae In luiprored.such a Farm can Arr. Lafayette-.- ., ............... I g SO p ra I ZO Jl m ot need Any a willingness to go and requested to be ly mission, that of uniting the dw titles of titUmjo..... -- - I 8 20 p m I tOOim get tbe particulars by calling on J. Totter oo tbe buried in the garden near the house. Al- two loving hearts. Upon reaching the ed them and they left in company with place or addreaalog tbe undersigned at (iUlatsSs Via Cincinnati; their father, but not returning as evening Creek, Lincoln county .sty though unassuming and possessing the place quite a crowd of neighbors and IIOLTZCLA. JOUS F. tor r.. 11. omuu a If, Cincinnati .. tr so a m 1 6 3m Agent modesty of a true woman, she was promi- friends of the young couple had assembled approached the mother bectme alarmed umi. I.ra. luIlanapolU...... . .. I 12 4J p m 11 JO n m Northwest and Southwell by the way ot p m and was about to go in search of them Arr Pt'qyt nent for her beauty, industry and amiabili- to witness the ceremony and offer thir con I 80 P m, I M a m colored man handed her a note LQU1H V1LLE orCltQltiVATl. ty. Not only do the fond parents and de gratulations. To all outward appearances when a P"ly. tDsllycicept Sunday. was stated that he voted brothers and sisters feel the loss of "everything was lovely." The hour hav from Eirle wherein it 1W sure your tlcksu read rla tbe All Trains ,Lf'l0 Chltanooga larLou. their dear one, but in echool where she ing arrived and everything being in readi- had gone with the children to return no nd Clnclnns '. u.l. '' MONON and each ness, the contracting pirties took their po- more. He assured her that he would do nlng m""?0.;1 Ohio Plnt. with the iShu ever had a smile from her teacher A MUilMlppl for 81 his best to care for them properly and ended C schoolmate, and through the entire comtils the nulckMt.theUet Louis and all rolnti Wt sitions upon the flior, the minister arose moat direct line to Chicago and by bidding her farewell. The poor woman E. H. BURNSIDB, 0nI7 '""a .Louliflll. or 10 TTmirfl B" munity she is sadly missed. In tbe Northwest, rand was about to proceed with the ceremo .VUrH the lose of her aVketa rla the Monon IlouU on sate at all prinOa Friday, the Join. Ullie Uierry, a ny when he heard some disturbance near is greatly distressed over Woll Known cipal ticket offlcee. For rates, maps and lull In g,aflasM---u,iira- a This Old recipient of much fire year old daughter of Mr. John Cherry, the door and upon looking around he saw a children, and is the addrcu Still Maintains ita foenjittnn, a. BALDWIN, O. V. A , Chicago. Eirle is a native of South fU. formerly of Pendleton county, but now of pistol leveled at his head, with a big brother sympathy. High A. J..OKEILLV, O. U. A.,'LoulsrIllt. lives at Kick cattle. Her funeral was preached on of the would-b- e bride at the other end of Carolina, where his mother still AND Siturday, the 26th, at the Biptiit church it. On inquiring as to the cause of such Andrrson C. H. He taught school at Iti Proprietor ii Determined that by Kcv. Jesse Tyre. Last 8unday the procedure he was informed that if he pro- - Preachersville, in Lincoln county, where it Shall be Becond to no Country CHESiPEilKE AND OHIO RY. Mary Hotel in tho State in its Fare, funeral of Mrs, Birdie Albright was ceded with the ceremony he would most he married his wife, who was Miss Annointraenti. or Alien Always makea Ella Colson. a girl of fifteen at the time of preached, at the Baptist church by R?v. certainly get a bullet through his brains. Only Line rla tion to Comfort Of the marriage, and one of E trie's pupils. Geo. Thompson. Oon their Guests. It looked for a while as if there wpuld be Mr. Eirle first came to Danville about TO The Electoral Commission was composed no wedding. Although there were a doztn 3 years ago as a pretended book agent, but Datfrate will be eonreyed to and from t he de With all Lines at- of Judges Clifford, Strong, Miller, Field, or so men present, it seemed that they did aaiunjoro, Philadelphia and Nenr free or charge. Special 'et""0.,"..0. soon bloomed out as a whisky detective to CommerclalTrarelera. courage to interfere, 8t. Lonii and Intermediate Point York City, Bradley; of Senators Edmunds, Morton, not care or have the and witness. He afterwards entered Cenalwars sapplled with tbe choicest with Tuaocuu hrandsofLlgaorsaad Cigars. Fretiaghuyeen, Ihurman, Bayard; cf Repre- but at this stage of the game a lady came some months a stu tre College and was for No .nOiiuiirtiNTrnuiT sentatives Payne, Hunion, Abbott, Garfield, forward with club in hand and ordered the dont of that institution. He has since Only Line rla Hoar. (Democrats are in italic) Justice preacher to proceed and she would settle been a night policeman. He and his wife IllcUlvud, Old Point Comrortdlrjrela Bradley cast the deciding vote that evi- the young man and his objections. She have not lived harmoniously for a long M, orlhwa and JItcl) and Newport News, Bouthweat. dence to show electors were not qualified not only had the Bize and strength, but the time. Surgeon, Physician was aliunde, and this made the nickname pluck to carry out her assertion. With In ojjc-lowith Old Dominion 8tcamihtps to Low Rates to St. Louu Faik. Never For full and reliable of "Aliunde Joe." The democratic memraised club she ordered the young man to Information In rtvsd to in the history of the St. Louis Stock Fair bers voted uniformly that the commission put up his pistol and hush his objections Danville, Ky- Offico on 4th St., the attractions as great at St. Louis had a right to go behind the returns, while or she would break every bone in hw body were An ltdrc&snts and Miners Steamship Line to as those this year during Fair week. RecPaswDger Ag't Ohio A SliV.Ii,fullwi- tbe republicans voted one day that they right there and then. Objections were ognizing this fact the Cincinnati Southern Piles and Fistula Perfectly could and tbe next day that they could not, withdrawn instantly and the ceremony proVf W. W. PEA BODY. TCemigh Trains from Winchester, Ky., to Cured. in connection with the Ohio and Mississipre, land Oen'lil.n'gr. W. RhBa IW according as to which course would give ceeded. Oen'l pi Railway will sell excursion tickets from KAHAWHA FALLS, them an elector, so tha' the vote stood Cincinnati. Ohio Rubies. It is perhaps not generally Junction City to St. Louis and return at WHITE SULPnUR SPRINGS either 15 to 0 or 8 to 7. It was not until known that a large ruby is of more value No Knifo, Ligaturo or CaustJo the extremely low rate of SlO.85. Tickets a year after Hayes bad been seated that it U8od. And tter Famous Virginia Springs and than a large diamond. Mr. Streeter, who will be placed on sale October 2d with nisure KENTUCKY IteMrts. was discovered the return from Louisiana B. a book about jewel?, states that "the ample limit to make tbe trip th ease and wro'e had been forged, that there was no valid llaatlno, Fishing, Bathing and all kinds of ruby ranks for price and beauty above all comfort. The Cincinnati Southern and Treatment Mild, No Detention. From loe tourist, Inralld or sportsman. "illuc-UraH- N rcpu.blicaH'.return from that State, and that ltou(e.M Tlslloe runs through the Allcghsny Mounother stones. When a perfect ruby of five O.A M. form together the fast through line Business. tains, on tbe banks of beautiful rlrersand Shortest and OmWnf pn,,o r tbe republican members of the commission Geo brought into market a sum will to St. Louis. C. W. Paris, U. P. A., O. & carats is tra! Kentucky to all Pointa Nortk had hoodwinteled the democratic members THE NEA KIIOKE. be oflered for it ten times tbe price given M. Railway, Cincinnati, O ; J. II. Gilbert, . I.Iiqf XUa.i n . ., if oaw uuu OUUIUWOSI, by keeping the forged certificate (pawed 8 Oh.'Slscwtlon Canon Dar Trilna. ltoj,.1.r it,.,. JCo for a diamond of the same weight, but Pa. Agt., O. A M. Railway, Lexington, Ky. Cnrc Cerlnln and Permanent. Fast Line Ui.wwu class tlcketi good for iloprver and all can be comto ) in their own hands When produced bined without extra expense. lor full Infornia-lio- laE.YI.VGTOA at Cure, No Pay. should it reach the weight of ten carats JI.01.'.VAT1 tasw at lloteli, ajislyiln of M.dlilnalSprlngi. before the Potter Committee it was found Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, in his StTtollman Oleerns Car ii.acv. Tir.ii. ' it is almost invaluable." With respect to J'chrduloln Effett May 10, USJ. J.it ?, " that the signatures were in one hand writ ora4Uiw mon of Sunday, says: the romance of precious stones the author No. C, W. U. McJ'.OllKIVrS, W. II. WHITTLHKV, Su. I Ho. Sotmi-lJocwing, and the republican electors swore that "There is many a horee thr--t ia more de- Special Attention also Glvon to Chroii' Tlskrt AgrM, Trar. 1'a.iKDger Agt just quoted tells a curious story about sip L'x Sun. 1ally hi. Hun they did not sign it. The total salaries of nianronl. Ky. immortality than the man who Lniilirllle Kr Kidney & Bladder Troubles, ic pbire?. A native of India loaded n hundred serving of e. Corjngton. the officers conferred by Hayes upon tbe There is many a dog that has t 10 in I 10 pin OWI Manager, (len'J I'aaa'r igh, boats with these gems, and reached Simla ride? it. Arr. I'arla .,10 li a m 111 ft plU 5 20 p in Klchmnnd Vlrulnla. .a as all Dlsetiscs peculiar to Women. As well Returning Board thieves amounted to Ixlnslon., more disinterested love than the man who 1) O. l.inVAIID'i. 1. i l ra II J 'I PIP 6 10 r m after a ton days' jounrney. Arriving at can bo moderate. Lre. I'arli S0G9,O8O. they have a chance of Charges and will bo Dr. N. at his consulted fine UMs-wlH- ii Why shouldn't ,'utwrAK,tn Ondnnatl.O. office at nil ii J a m id 2a n in a r, p m lound charge Simla he tried to dispose of them, but the owns it. Arr. Wlncbeoler Sr lr tbe next refers to the 7 00lZ"-A Beautiful Chemical Experiment value not being recognized be could not hereaftei? I don't know hut they will. times permission ho threo uuntbs. following genBy inrtutor ... OU ! M That is eomething I don't know anything tlemen: J. 8. Uosley, (. A. Latkey, 8. Irwin, Do you want to grow salt, and at the even obtain a rupee a tnlla for tbem, which Itowlind pm CASE Lre. Klchmoud... 5 Oi0 p Ul Stanford. Ky.; Judge li. V. Lee, Tom Murphy, V, . fttne time have an interesting, handsome he would gltdly have taken, being in a about." 1 P. Temple, John M. Bpoouamorn, him Cook, Dn Arr. Itfres S JO p Title, Ky.; Iter. J. A. Uo,jle, Iluitonrllle: II. It. ornament? The proceeding Is a novel state of The republicans are dpi&g with their Sutton, J. 8. Iloblnsou, Lancaiter. Ky.: Then. O. He then proceedLlrlngstoti. . fl 00 a ib Of a Colorod Man. cuemic.1 experiment that may bi tried by ed to Delhi, where the jewelerH, knowing bloody shirt polioy us the dramatic mana- Walker. C. C. Cbrlimau. Klrksrllle. Ky.: J. 8. . i.auili, .uun.u-ney- : IixnlmcKda fusiful case of iilron in No. II anyone. ,Put in a goblet one tablespoon-fo- l them to be sapphires, gave him their full ger does with a new play trying it on a Jounson, iiryaniiriiic, nj.;j. Ky., Geo. u-I- s, 168J. I Mas troati-- by some ofthe blool pnyalclans NoKrii-l!ouiNo. 3 No. I Ky.; O. J. Bosloy, Lebinon, best CaiupbellsTllle, Ky.; A. A. McGlunls, Ilowllmt In AtlMiU. They um1 tho old rsmedfes of of talt and one spoonful of bluing. Fill value.-NT- .Y. dog, and the dug ("elected for sacrifice is Post. Ky.: Ooo. Bohon, Judge J. W. Ilugbor, mtash, wbltJi brought on rheumatiim Ltb. Llrlngston. Orecn. . a do a in ... s tun oi water, and eet the gouiei and lecpttirc'd my dlgoatlro organs, nrery Jolut Ohio. "Old mau"Thurman is announced llarrodsburg, Ky.; C. C. bbumate, McAlee, Ky. rirea .'10 Bill Wherever there is thoroughbred blooJ, In ie was swollon and lull of naln. I was In n Arrjjtlcjin.ond wifl hwa plenty of in reposition where it .11 S5a ml.., to take the stump there on the first of Oc horrlUecruidlllon. When I bail i..n ....... Lre. ItiwIanIT, Q whether in tbe trotting horte or mule, the . 7 14 n iu , die, myrbys'.clsns, who baj .eca the worllmrs of warmth and sunlight. tober, and when he begins to wave his red o " .. 8 01 am'.., ineuiniifiino in other cases, thought It would be Arr. Linorittor ... Hlcbmond In a little while apirkling crystals will animal is bittered by it. A Tennessee bandana over Buckeye sheep pastures, there a irulndld time to teat tbe rlitiu of 8wlfi'a .11 00 a m ... tin. a clflc. Wifl. I commenced taking 8. 8. 8. tbe phycommence forming oa the outnide of tbe farmer says that from his experience a will be very little of the dog left in their a sician ao44 I could not lire two weeks under ordiArr. Winchester... 7 00 a m 3 M in nary tmxnient. He commence! to giro mo tho Arr fJiM, and it is both a novel and interesting mule from a thoroughbred mare by a good posfcaion. N. Y. Mercury. - 8 03 a m a 18 a in tnedlcjwirtrlelly uroordlng to directions, which I jack will kill almost any other not similara 7 25 a ml i 3u sight to watch it gridually growing, day cfintlnuwd lor sertrsl months. I look nothing I.to. Lexington fool who delights Lre f n i S ,,m a m 3 The funny fellow the elae and awomwiced tolmprore frrmtbeflril, by day, until the outside of the goblet is ly bred, if tbe latter is forced to keep up 0 J gP A.rr. I would bare a backet Irom lmiru-denolie goes to a a when Wxai tha rheumatism left me, my ame enllrejy filled with beautiful white crystals. and do the same amount of work. A gen- in wearing girl's hat a tltetiojsMUB all light, and tho uiccrs, which the "written up" time and 91 ATA VI LM: Another variation of this beautiful ex- tleman in Davidson county once put a picnic has been IlltANril. uuLKiruiunni iiiguuaibyirignillll 110 Hail PTIT thoroughbred horse to the plow to tost his again, but no writer has paid sufficient atsceu, bcarj to heal, and O tno first of October. periment would be to take a goblet with ibsi,i was a wen man again. lam stronger now melancholy getytleman. This "Ko.fl, Ko, 8S7 I P K the bate broken ofl,and fasten in tbe cen- endurance in competition with a number of tention to the than low yas beore, and weigh more. I bare Dally d Daily He not falM to report for diUyaltice that lime, bring sees no trouble. s Ex. bun. Kx. bun. P. ter of x thin piece of board, which miy be ordinary mules. The day was terribly hot type of man really engaged tn the oil wsrchou of ComH and the soil deep and heavy. When the has no notes in bank, but he stands around Lre Corlngton.. pany. I breb on, and still am, doing lome of V, -- ,, p w round, squire or oblong After the crystals B " ixiugton V'b's".";:; I tliobartlcat work any man ercnlrd, and Q o a sin cursed world had have fsrmed on the gla, set it oa a tinv mules became exhausted and had to be rest- and looks as though . .arts toaLsw,r any juesilon that may be aikid amnadr k on - .,.' 8 3.5 p ra p? I conrern. Arr Maysrlllo , Ingtheouxt. owlfta fitcltlc has .ito1 mo rrom ,0 ,0 7 SO n m and place a bright holiday or ed and watered, the horse, though reeking all itsresponsibilitiei on bis shoulders. an carjy cpire. a o LKM MtCLKNDON, m No. j Atlwua,(j, April I), 1S93. birthday card in front of i; this will hide withsweat.did not blow a jurtlcle, but went Arkansaw Traveler. NSreT o w Dally a on drawing his plow without the least sign niir Dr. Milton J. Roberts, qf Jew York, the bae, on whfch no crystals will form Kx. Hun. Kx. Hun Lm UcClsndoa Ins been In the emrloy of the a o H Company for some yesu' ami I know a c wonderful little saw hi done fill tbe goblet with flow of fatigue. who invented the Lre Msysrllle... After (his S tSa ml t 00 pin D. tbe abort statemmts In to true. At the time Iia Arr l'arls 8 10 a brsautablm: Hwlfl's Hnetltle harnln i.nrrii.i. by electricity, is tucd for oper3 It ers or dried grae, and you will have a " Lexington, h n .n . ut ..."nin "You are charged with bigamy," remark- which, run . n vi condtlloo, luid at my sclldlatUn hi. treatment o J p m w 1) 30 a m ations where diseased bones hay e to be cut CaiijiJllo.jL. vnst) which will cost comparatively little with ri.tt. S, was undertaken by n physician nfter ed the Judge, impresalvelj, while the prisoX juujnn lereril osIim. liaJdecUrtJ hlscaio tol.u hopeless-i- f making 12,000 rev into, and is capable of o er lncarablo. He took nothing ele but H 8. 8. C ftn'1 ,4 "ro Tae editorial page is the Jeiat read of any ner glanced over bla shoulder at three olutions a minute, says he does not intend W y ''""r I'etwceu a n and has btrn und as n new dollar for soreral M,N'?.K"7Tr1ln,.3 tr 7. visaged women. o montlia. I regard his euro as a most miraculous. pae of the paper, yet those who do read it stern SS... C0TlD,!l0ni thor W" to patent it. lie desires that 1( may be us. W. It. CKOSHV. tnrer, !4 ' Now," continued the court, "I intend y DoT;rtnchrt,erT.'Si,?a1r,...g,0n Hrsmen who do the thinking of tbe com '''"" " Co Atlanta UlrUlori. ed by any physician who can thereby ameAtlaiita,Ca,Airlll8, ISh! conmctlonsare iiirJo at Wlncboster with direct its entcrprisrs,and control its to give you the severest penalty the hw al- liorate human suflering. nunitf, Chesspeake A Ohio for JW. Sterling O Ashland Huntington, Cbarlesto,., W. V. , destinies.. There is unquestionably a large lows." la,Urn Hero the prisoner covered his face with unde-wriwill be on sale at Junction Tickets aui(wint of editorial writing that is CanatunersshoiiM not confine our bpeclllc with 'Trrah,p?,,?,n;Vb.eoVn.nT tbo numerous Imitations, rubatltiieea, 1'otasli and City 0:t. 3rd to 9th inclusive to fit. Louis of attention, but people of educa- hla handa and wept. o Meroo.ry mixtures, which aicjgotlon up. to sell, "Iahall eentenceyou to Stato prison or and return for $10 85 with o"dmitslon to tion, those 'endowed with large, or with not an ttiolr own meilt. bu. en ilia mirfi. nf m,r remedy, Any ImltUlon Is tlways a Inud and a finely organin;d brain, and accustomed to twenty yeare. What are you grinning at." St. Louis Fair, return tickets good until O t. any -3 ebtut acd thoy thrireenlyas they ctn steal Irom -o independent tbluking, are Intemted in tbo the article Imllaled "I thought," smiled the prhoner through and on Oat. 12th. W. W. 1'enn, Trav. 0 W. II. WIIITTI.ESEV. thoughts that others havo to present, and Far sale bv nil druzir'ati Treatise on blood and TaHdngcr A cent. a to turn me Pass. Agt. Louisville & St. Louis Air irnr. ran. Aeonf. Covington, Ky. in an intelligent riUcuulon of current his te.rs, "you were laineruis nee. nwirr spEcinc 00 , I.ex'nglon, Ky tiii; C.VT.S.HTU, loess.-- N. Y. Gnphic. Saturday Union. Line Junction City. eveutB. n avrr J, Atluuta, Qa. 'Jrncral Manages, (Jill C-l- m County, There was a good rain here Yesterday Is n candidate for Jailer of Lincoln party. ject to tho action of the Democralto XjiXTBgBDESn.! FOR COUQHG tsnit wrto JP USbt LUMBER YARD. $SSM&, S0-2- m -- Lj, Farm "St. Mary's SnwHMills" nerer-fallln- 62-l- tu SALE0R - M !( Jl, e: i :kt., nael-Itl- LUMBER! 54-- lt j. lll'l .jl. ICE! ICE! ICE! LOGS VANTED. Masonlioimer's Restaurant ... K I will pay the highest k. price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and Hickory Logs delivered at any station of tho L. &N., K.O. orO. S.R. R. I St. louis & tho West 1 1 MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. and Boputation, Propr ROUTE, Hotel O. &M. WASHINGTON, Fast Timo and Suro neotions Dr. E. J. Nickorsou, and Pullman Gars. n Ferric! for. ' BOSTON. i.i ffHUIL I. r erml-nateaa- oa ..I n, ... ' ir L-- , JpB 7PI? A FRIGHTFUL u.nJ 111 semi-etarvati- two-tniru- ln "' 5 wall-brack- W Q O O a w C e. rlngto.jjg $ , O T) NOXTll-IiOON- Chess-Carle- y W a - a KOUTH-liOtlN- T I ChcyM-t'iwI- Wf Win-tt.V- (.hcst-Csrle- " te .iimuiv. !2 ?SlSh,aiT;K.rtk- t'; 'V