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DEMOCRATIC TICKET,
rr.n nn:ini:nT,
HORACE GREELEY,
OF NSW YORK.
roR ri i rtiK.intxT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
t'f MIMlt RI.
rm io.ii.nr.-a
M. J. DURHAM,
or BOTl.t
DEMOCRATIC IXrTTOlW
rnlt Tnl tTATK t I (Ml.
nr.a . iinrair, f rami'n
JA. A. M h,l-.NIK,..r U.ri.lia.
Sen.? Itttmu
n. Imtrirt J. J . HSU. of W. Cra-hoa.
tonoi-l ilrlr-l.l.l II. I'UOWV if IL'K-t
This. lrlo.-lrt.-1-H 5. BI1KVII II. i l.qn.
t..,th HMrirV-4. M. ArilKIIP'X.rf Lora.
t Iflh I'l.lrX-l-H A Jos I K J. a !.
Mil. IrlMrlr. It 1X. " ' -.ITU.
mtTixiii iuikt w.c r. d;ua :NKIIH,E,rf rj
rte.: Kiihit. rotrirt-n r. i rrrt.r. f Mtioa.
Ninth llblrIM I.. M.liTIN.n! Mori.
Tola lla;rict U. L MiHN K, Kilt.
"Willi tka aMImt h-r.t.nl;na last Ifrifrtel I
hall k tha rnalaViit m.t of em) Out of Ilia IkJ
aila, I aoB four a.aninliMi, la ilia naiAUn
trvn that taa mm in anr eounlrTwa. North an '
Covin araaa-ar uiUaau a.ia h no- iti,Mlv ih i
MM kat nr ).. Oltul' I Uuu., ' 'k li:u llt L. )
f.l h; o:H-l,l'-li 1 1'f u- fill i..lti.'U:-'0 T 1 , (I ill
ai aa4 aiaat aan.'Cl'.Tth miuUti" br.:arcB. Isirmr
"I oaaaot aitaor r,ii:-1Mill- or rorn iet .-uIt .ii
port Uaaaral OroM fcr Ilia ITroioci,.-.! ." .V. I". bat,.
-t'niaaal'oaj'ir.lT, Otfiwrwl I twirl 8 r-o h
tatut atta rrlwaol Mi-1 -,o.unoi1 nth.t ibaa u
raajantaaitoa.' i aaWai Aoioor..
T lima will en-ao, aivt I iriot in l.vl tlio rrr
laaltf ton, a boa iltr airM aill a Ibit aiT a.
aaa hrav-oral' t pur,alim Iho miii. f'u hoo, aim
thai I am ao laal a U 'liaUicaa V-cait I a ropt J'oai
aoau-aaOoa."- Grftrt.
OI B COI STV IA1"F.
After the au-pention of the St:iuird
Dnmiml, our people finrcd, for a liuie,
that we were to h-ive no iier here.
CWiilerable annoyance a felt at thia.
and M'vcral of our eiitorpri-iiig farnten-
and bn-inea men ruiide in effort to get
ud a Wnt rtock coiiiiaviy, ptirfliajie the
the material. pre-a, etc., aid phico it ou I
firm Wi ; having ! ruined to awiirc tended, are thrifty, hardy, and iiidtitri
the Mf-viee of au able MitT to conduct I ou. Numeniu chool-lmuw and
t. ThU tti-p wn dit rmiiH-il t.n fnim ! chiirc!it in every tection, "peak more
(ne fact that our pe
o fi lt and knew
that our intcrct' dcim
uliil the publics-
- miiht. In thir
ihi y were right. '
tion of a ttoucr in tin
condurion and ojiinioj
Soon after thi, the ptii'tit owner uVtcr-
mined Us and did. P'f """S "
rl na all haml tli r! we should ! en-
mhiihmI iq our utidd'otinir. We rejoice
tu hs able tii. iAf'li:Ll"-- bavo not been
JiawpiMtUtrfl'd lu tint I'roini
Our
Now thnt our
first half year wjllJ
n clime, we look
over our record
e tlmt we have ica-
OOt tO COllgttrl-)
ourM'lves upou the
soccea we have if
wilh. Every week
adds new uh8crif-' our -i't. ue
tJvertieemente t"-- coluiuna, while our
job office is gently kepf busy. We tlo
not write thi Aelf-pniise, or to make
our.jftiu lyve tlmt we do not need
their efforU lid ua, any longer. On
the other bail, we deairo them tocon-
le their rahd office till the tune, and
they willid us during the coming fix
mnutha w
the annie spirit of earnest-
nesi that
exhibited during the first
ix, wa
assure them and all others,
that our fiorU ahail be corre-X)nilingly
great to iive them utill better paer.
No eflo an our rt .hull be wanting to
make tl'u paper all that a country week
ly ahtAtld be of intemt alike to all
clawes of men, and the family fireside.
We have entered Uhui lite lust half ol
ouryear and a few of our ulwril,m' time
hi
expired with tlie hit six inontw. a ;
they desire.! to try .air -r for thai j jj.j Pr Ureeley will be triumphant
length of time, and then continue, pro-, . t,ret(
vided we cave them a iih1 iiir. We
iter ouraclve that we have fully com
plied with our part of the contract, and
now ws i'Xect you to comply with your
part. A e have not yet heard wiigle
complaint a'lout our Journal from any
souroe, but on the contrary, every on.
aeemt to b twlislivd with it. We tru-t
you will reucw at once, and not wuil fur
our tolicitor to call upon and utiie you
it. a this would requi. time ,'lu- j the IJIternl State Convention of Mas-Hint.,
lltoiiev. neither of which we can i t huA tt. Like Aliou lien Adliem', "l.i
tdo
ltiar and.
well apnte. Those of our citiwns esj ! name leaiU all tlie rest,
t'ially wlw are uot sulwriliers, and other j It is unnouiic.'d that Mis Anna Dick-
bee aur paper circulates, lire earnestly j isun aill toon lake the stump for Grcv
inviud to aend Ua their names ueCunjii-1 ley. Plumbic lit on the other Me U Mia
(lied with $'2, and if we don't give you l'i ielier, of Iowa; Mr. Liiiiermore, ot
aur tbuu valua ru-vivHl, we aill chivi-1 Ikwloii, and Miaa Authony, of New
fully refund tlie amount at the end of York.
th year.
There i not a bu'iue-t man or womin
in our county who aill suy that vie have J
not aiMM ail witnin our iwer to uilvauie
the Interest of this neetion of the Slate,
We can and will do t.ll more, if you :
ubaeribe and pay for our per. Every
4s4Ur yoo pay u rlmll be expei'did ou
our aer If It become iieceeaary to do
i la making it, or trying lo make il,
second tu uu other Weekly Jotiruul iu
th hind.
Header, thi article U meant for you.
Don't read it cnre!ely and t cu throw
the paper aside;. I.ut jf you are ic I a
subscriber, or our time is about to ex
pirs, or you have not yet pai,! f.r it, at- tion uf the manager of the lxiuisviile I 1 Ii latmscratic rvtate leulral loin
Uud to th matter without delay. ' Exposition, will arrive in that city next mitt have made the following appoint-
-aoa '- 'rWturihiv, aud remain over until Mou- InieuU: Albert S. llerry, E., of New-
OIT I lie IrtitU.
Hon. C. F. liuriiam, after icking the soma ut tlie western sta'c. l-el the ! (,r the Hute at Urge; Col. John II. Mo
Blical Bon.mati.Hi f. Congress, now "" '""i'',1 "," 1 i """" to,7T!-H''",y. ot 0ensbt,ro, lu U eUtor for
d-li to pn-eeu.ethecat.VM. further;
saying that ha cuu't itford to neglect bl
aflient. .h, Curt, that aint t Lwi naaoD
rn.ihut 4i whim-
We has reranlly fiixte i"it to iW
twn "inanpliiin" counties', nml until we
liil go, we t.fc-oi k having cvronemi
Imprassiun. concerning tkvin. Al leant
'Mir mIi previously wer not correct
to their iv.il world nml beauty. If a
man from the "Mno-jrrea" gmi down
there epcctin; to find mnuntninnii.
sterile region, with people living there
shoerenot ."up to nun1," a the hoy
have it, he will, return with Mini very
firge ele knocked from hi rye. In
lai respect we were not Mirprised our--circa,
for we knew enough of that ec
!tion bcror Irnnd to .nti-fr u tlmt th-e
! two enmities t!i lient in rViiithF.it
j tern Kentucky ; !ut there are people who
I liar mi e i.reci idea of them All thnt
! if re jnired in the completion of theCiiicin
I nuti Moutherd railroad through them, and
then, an if hy magic, their town" will in
I crease in population, their land in price.
!a J million of dollar worth of cowl.
, iiimner, came, ana outer pun w in nun
a ready market. The hundreil of fine
hcef cattle gnuini; over the rich bottom
of the Citmlierhiiid the bog", nhecpcVc.,
hicn are taltcil nmn the textile loie ot
the hill.; would All a train daily during
the rliipping aeawin. The unurpned
water pnwer atri rdctl hy bold apringa and
atreania. Hie cxhaiintleM timber, the
finct on the continent. The illimitable
coij and iron bciln, will all adJ million"
of wealth to their people. The (inert
wheat region of Kentucky lie along the
ounierou vallie of all the rtreania, and
fruit of all kind grow to greit perfec-
tion and in groat abundance. The tlope i
of the Cunilieilaud are the fineat in the
w.irld for vineya.nU and orchard; and
the garden vegctaHra, eupcciilly
weet poUtueoar fiiund growing in great
ire and quantity. Sunicmt, tho rhitf
:own and county teat of 1'ulatki, ai.il
I.ioticrllo, the cheif town and county
cat of Wayne, each l a a large and
:1niiritliing aeniinary or college of learn
ing, which i under the cate of able and
nergclic 1-oariU of trntee and princi
pal", to tlmt the youth of that nctioii
find nt home every educational facility.
Many fine reidmre and ciey cottage
hoiiic adorn the corporate limit, anilvo
liriety of theircitinn i the rule, while
di inking i the exception. We did not we
:tn intoxicated man during a week' vUit
uinong the jieople. 1 ho aeeiicry along
the Cumberland river ia a grand in
many place at o'ong our fiimnui Milli
on. The people arc proverbially hirpi
tnble, and the "tranucr i uinde to feel
ut I
me. The entire population male
mil iVmjle, to fiir ita our obrvation e
flm'iieiitly for their general intelligence
mid pii-ty, llr.in tiny word, of oura could.
Ih ttvi'en thiw two counties and our owu
there t-hould be still greater and clu-cr in-
tert-ouire by trodiugand veiling The lit
f over on. hitiKtrrJ Muoa . uretll'- C- T - U il"titUtl 100 ItHlge and
anaulasciil-emto our p-er, on our re-
.-nt trip a-vum u that they know the
value uf s gjotl weekly nev. ijmier in
their families. We are sali.-tieii that our
new mlwcribers there will aid ua still
further in extending our circulation in
ihtir midst, and we aure them that
our best effort "ball be used at all time
to promote tlieir welfare, and advance
their interests; believing, a we do, that
the separate loeilitiet are more or lean iu
estnl in the slaves of each.
Whatever o may be able to do in
i-ausiiigthe hiiililingof a railroad through
ihem, thall lie done with whatever ener
gy we have, and any project which may
? put on foot, lo 'king to the devehit-
netitof all their varied rewmrceiiof wealth
mil happiuc, ahull find in ourcoluiusa
firm and unfaltering advocacy.
'AMi.iit.' oi:s.
The LiberuU are hard at work in New
Ilampshire and Connecticut, but Penn
Mlvanui and Indiana am the State
abuse verdict will decide the fate of the
I'n ion.
If Pennsylvania, Indiuna, and Ohio
show the tame rate of diminution in the
(, ...:,.:.:, ,1W wn f1(iwn j
- Henry II. Houston, the inott pronti
in lit liourbon ill the 1st district, ha
come out Miiur. ly for Grunt iuce the
Loui.-ville Convention. r .
Grant postmaster are active agenta
for llrick l'onieroy'a lmorrut, foieing it
ii mn every one pussilile.
.Mr. H. W. ! gfi How, tlie great p -t.
hit" Immi telectnl a delegate nt large t
We want ieuce, Isimise it give u so-!
curilv. We wuut tlie ri"litul tne van-
uuUhed rsMi-ted, lieeause it give us per-
mtlcut government. We want mm
ihvted tu ollice who Itava freeiloiu ol
opiuiuujand capacity and intellwt enough
u yui.le in an opi:e direeliou to the
j,rt--t ,,t the reilisof gn.ernio. lit, and the
. M.1.(,J by the geucral judgment of
the country, w hu b i l-ttcr iban any one
man' judgment, are Horace Greeley, ft
New York and Grati llniwn, of Missouri.
llwriSi'4' (.rtflcy aiuliis;.
Tli eiiniinir I're-i.li lit (if the I'lli'm'
Buite. Hon. Horace G reel. y. by iuvita-
day wheu be will uiuke a brief tour of
W. would
hs glad to grup hi manly hand ouc
time. ud bops U be able lo do o-
MTATK :W.
Joel Paine, of Clovrrport, attempted
suicide on Friday Inst.
The Ohfb rirer b lower at I-ouiaville
than any time thi iwon,
A weekly pnper will anon be .tailed at
riurkM ille, ny R. P. Riker.
In(r cholera ha made It appenmnce
nenr lluntonitille, in lliin nmnty.
A one dny' hore fiir will be held near
(ieorgrton n, on 8.itiintay tlie 2th.
A national convention of hurt horn
hreeilcra areemhled at Islington yetor-day.
The drotijrht I aercre in Fayette,
Scott. Hhelhy ami other onuntiei in thei()f ,e lat (h-ncrnl AmciiiMv, toj.-etlier
".
The Coloml Fair of Mmlimn county
cleared Him' 'tOO, deapite the aliin at-
tendance,
JndKe Samuel Miller, of the I'liiled
jStntw Supreme Court, b visiting Miuli
mn countr.
Diptheria I prevalent in Harriaon
I county, and flui and typhoid fever in
: qjjj puunt
t r'L!. I
I " " " V ." "I
Lawrcnce, KniM.
Jamea V. Bullix-k announce himaelf
a an indeiendent candidate for Oingrea
in the Tenth district.
Col. William Duke, of Doyle county,
recently purchased a $30,000 farm of
974 acre in, Mi-aouri.
There are now but four newspaper In
Kentucky which naa the "patent" or
"ready-made outa'de.
Jud-re Apperaon, of Montgomery
county, ha document bearing the ig--i
tu re of Geonre Wahington.
The trinl of J. M. Sinclair, for killing
Elijub Roman, in Scott county, reaulttd
in the acquittal of the defendant.
Hon, J. M. Rinrr ha been appointed
Elector of the First Pi.trict in place of
Him. O. A. King, recently roaigned.
There are 044 eouvirta in the peneten-
tiaryat Frankfort, of whom majority
are neproea. Forty-three are women.
W. r. Campbell, a former rititen of
tlii place, now in hi 27th year, i judge
of the Walnut Vallev ditrict of Kani-a.
Wooilford county ha a bachelor who
ha courted one hdy unucceafully fi'T
twenty-aeven yean. Thi will do to
tell the Marines."
The Woodford HVZ7y ay Versaile
h.i a working man' club, composed
chiefly of men who nerer did a lick of
work in th -ir live.
In the Lnuiaville Expoaition there ia
piece of human hairaeventy inch long.
It wa rut from the head of a peamnt
girl in Switzerland.
The order of Good Templar now num
ber 22,300, a gain of overeighty per cent
during the past year. O. W. Bain, G,
""' W nieninen.
A reward of I2.r0 i oflered by the
Govenor, for the arrest of Lewi Joner,
who murdered Michael IVnlev, in I1
dleton county, on the 2"ith of July last.
Th Lexington Ptmt nays at the late
Annual State Mission of the Christian
Church, tlie memlter were about equally
divided on the question of orgau music
in the church.
William Shower, of Elitcbethtown,
who visited Cincinnati a week ago with
nine or ten thousand dollar on hi per
son, is missing, and ia believed to have
been murdered.
Kill Carter the negro who killed a sol
dier in Lexington last spring, and who
wu convicted of murder, has been sen
tenced tu be hung ou Friday, October
11th, iu tin t city.
John I'tterlavk, ofFavette county,
lost hi Bluckwood colt, by pneumonia,
for which he had been ofTered $5,000, ami
which took premium at th recent Emi
nence and World' fair.
The negro who shot Miss Saunders at
the toll gate near Nicholasville some time
last year, wa arrested iu Cincinnati a
tew day ago, ami will be returned tu
Jessamine county tor trial.
The Clark comity Vinocraf aay a fine
hull belonging to I). A. Gay wa stran
gled by the fume of lucifer matches,
a bile being trails) orted on the Big San
dy railroad, a few day ago.
James Supp of M irion county, aged
72 inarricl lia reggy Brown of Taylor
county, aged 73, lust week. "No goose j TllK Geueva Tribunal of Arbitration
o gray but noon or lute, will Cud Home . arwanleil to the Cuitcd Stutos, hy a ma
hoi:it guilder for mate." ji.rily of tour, the sum of fifteen trillion
According to the Lexington Guhv.
the apple crop of Northeastern Kentucky
ha been larger than during the present
aeanou. Tla"re la'ing nu accesaible mai-,
ket for the fruit. m.t or it I mauufuctur-
ed into brandy.
. Kentucky civiliiation ha again laen ,
belied. A man iu Henderson received '
thii tv-nine lashes on hi bare buck the
other duy for ouie trifling offense. The ,
Mir permitting Midi au outrage is attro-
,.liU, m dp grace to any ctale.
Hon. John D. Young wa nominated
by acclamation in the Democratic Con
gressional convention at Mayavile
TuoMlay, and it ia not probable will have
any considerable oiition. The race
will be little aior than a walk -over.
A severe to-iu of hull and ruin pass
over Grant and lioon counties last week,
doing ooiiriik rahle daina.'e to coru aud
Uiliaiw. FifWo acre uf toliacca be
longing to Thomas Lemou, uear Dry
Kidge, Grant county, was almost entire-
ly destroyeiL
port, lobe aMUuut Deiwa'ratic elector
u"tsyo' l)v
A city haner .tale that a young ireo-
tleauui wa iurpriaed in lltesrissba of the
Kirmitio. potto, w nvht. kk.ii.Ka
wonhl he ft ahiMit performing the oier
alion from the t ntetair? uniy r.
That' the enaioat Ihiiif ItunyiiMMe to
man "that' hern iIiik lip.
A we go to preaa we I aim fnim In-.
Keller that the Hon. Oiirrrt IHivw haf
rallied aomewlmt in the Wi few bmira.
ami hi enndition l mora con.f irtalile,
alllioii)(h hut little hope la cntertaineil ot
hi reenvery. He wa limnM home
from Mt. Kterling ahont ten dnya rince
hut hiw heen rery low fur aome day.
T w Krntiirlini).
In responfe to Inquirie made hy letter,
i we will atnte thnt the .loiirnnl' and Act'
with all the public dia-nmeiita reunited
i by law to be di-trilmtcd, h ive lieen aenl
oft", the contntct for ditrilmtioh hnviny i
' been taken by the Adnni Kxpreaa t'.im-
. nJ- The legialntive document cul l a
well hare heen ilHtriliiiteil two monllia
earlier, but the law providing fir it re
quire other matter to he dUtrilmted at
the a me time, which cannot he anunrr
made up. Vmnn.
ft - f ! A dlt t, 1
ine icxiiifroHi 1 lecrrT an i n'fnn r
of the U.h va: . om. f the Sluker
wagvn wa returning home from thi
place, the horses became frightened at
aotnlhing near I leosant Hill ferry aud
commenced backing. Tlie rood at t Its
place wa descending th Kentucky riv
er cliff, and consequently not the heal
place in the world Fir uch performance.
The driver jumied nut, like the atn-ihle
Shaker that he was, and saved hi life,
' V wagon wa hurled over the preci
pass and falling about one hundred and
fifty feet'ght down was crushed into
tragmenoVJ
Dewflt f How. K. II. Honwarmi.
Thi gentleman, a brother of Gen. L.
II. Iiou-erau, died in Loui ville the oth
er day, In the 57th year of hi age. He
waaborn in thi county in 1X1"), and for
a part of hi youth re. idol in our town,
where his father owned a small mill on
the town branch, near the bridge on the
Somerset pike. Mr. Iloussenu wn one
of the leading lawyer of Louisville at
the time of hi death.
IMbll Nfaruklnir.
R C. Warren, Esq., Assistant IVmo
rratic Elertor for the 8th Congressionnl
Di.trii t, will ililres the ople at the
following time and plares:
Villifns Slore, Casey en., Ttlesilar.S pf 21.
I.itiertv, I'asey eountv, WIii.oUt. sW ,i i't.
Ilrllon'a Car eimnlir, Thllirl:!.-, Vit. ..
Meriair'a Sliire, 1'bsv ch.. Kri'iav, fy I. ti.
Ilustonville, l.ineola eo., halurUy, Si-jil l'a.
rieakiiig eaeh day at '2 o'elot k 1. M.
Mr. J. Q. Chenoworth, Plate Senator
from the Harrodshurir district, has re
signed hi ilar and removeil to Texas.
There will bean electiou in a few wri ks, to
fill the varanry. We would vote for
Nat Gaither if we lived iu the district.
He would atakeau aide repreaeululive jf i
any people.
O'I'onsr
Poatively deelinosj to aeret the nomi
tion tendereil him by the Diineunitm at
Louisville. They will vote f.r him any
way, o the Radical iswr asaert.
A Kt wiiR i current in New York that
(ioldsmith Muid is a mare formerly be
longing to Malcolm Gill, Esq., of Gar
rard county Kentucky. She wa up
poaed tit have been stolen some four or
five years ago, at the time hi (table in
Nieholaaville wa burned up. The re
port ha it that Gill' trainer aw her in
the hand of her present tinner, and rec
ofrnized her, and that uit is tu be insti
tuted for her possession.
The trial of Mrs. L.nira 1. Fair, be
fore the Supreme Court, at S.in Francis
co, i progressing very slowly, many day
have been peut in eintnclling a jury not
yet complete. Rarely ha a munler case
been tried, involving frreuter interest,
whether considering the prominence and
aocial poition of the victim, the beauty
and rare history of the accomplished
munlere, or the .qieiily defiant man
ner in which the crime was committed.
TilK I'eace Jubilee ou the 11th and
12th, drew an Immense ooueouise of o
ple to Louisville. The princiKil sM-uk-er
were Col. Eli Shorter, of Al.daiiiia;
Gen. B. II. Hill and John 11. t onion,
oftieorgiu; Hon. L. I). Canipla-ll, of
Ohio; and Gov. Vance, of North Caro
lina. nun.tre.1 Ihouwimi dollar, in g.iin .
indemnity. fr the aatisftctiou of al,
referred to the bounl of Arbura-
' oll
TlB m.xt hviion w ill luke place Oc- J
i,, h(1( y,wa y,Me odiccm and Con-
greamen are to lie chosen in Indiana, I
Imva, Nebraska, Ohio, and I'enii ) lvuni i, i
mid a congressional delegate is to 1 elect- j
nl in the Territory of Dakota.
St'MNKH is in Euroa. lie wa nomi
nated by the Literal iu hi- Suite a few
lav ago for Governor, but he aill not
accept.
Daltimokk had tpiite a sensation last
Friday, caused by the failure of live large
firm, wilh liabilities aggregating two
million dollar.
fCCIALS.
Go to th Tnnle 1'alace of Cruig 4
Mc A lister for sty 1.
rur turnip need in any quantities you
deoire, go lo V. II. Audvraou drug !
.tore.
When the ladies w ant faahiouahle gmsls I
aud lite latest at vim they go lo Craig dt
MtAlialer a Trade I'uUoe.
New supply ol i'roquet act received
at V. 11. Auderaou's drug sUus.
For pur Chler Vinegar, uf the bus
quality, go lo W. II. Anilenou's
SHY,
ttrPWMlMI tlfnM 19
Hats, Caps, and Furs,
ami Mln Mlrr-rt,
liOriSVII.t.r; KKNTICK V.
'pee al Attartin Oirea to Till It j Ordr
froaj Cenr.try MnTant', la-iw
The Cheapest and Dest Hats
AT
GEO. C. DUBOIS',
Of Ills Own Maiuifitcturp.
M K .nrlh Htrert, l.iitt Kalinaal Hotel,
l.nut
tavill,'
S4 :tm
SAM. N. MATHKNY,
Morohiant
T A I LOR,
I'KAt.KK IN
CLOTHS,
CAS3IMERES
AND
VKSTIiXiS,
Sortli Hi.le MAIN HTHKKT,
STANFORD, ICY.
Al l. TIIK
LATEST STYLES
GENTLEMENS'
lltlitt
GOODS,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
WHICH WILL BE MADE TO OR
DEU AFTER THE
lolTLST IMNIIIOXN
AND A
Pcrftjct Pit Warranted.
JalrJai.
I mm also agent fir tt,. pnreal anil heal arti
rle of CI.NK llll. I. tlVI, ili-li.onU In
pmiliea in loan ir nitintrv in iiuantitira In suit
piltrliaarra. Tl:W 61 BK1 LT ( AEH.
I will furni-h In lis piiiilie liar hts4 nionn.
lain t'.atl al I't hy th ear hntiI, ami will (ir
lirrr roiil in the eitifetia of Nianlnrd an,l vi
einily ftl Isle per bushel, in antr quantities ,le
aitnf. lit J. It. AI.H'lil).
FORSALE:
STOCK and CHOP. I
HAVINti lit tcrniinril lo rrrrio-e Vr.t. I
will, on Ncplcnibrr SO. ISTi,
innr at puhlir aalv nitr larui .itailiuift
. s2oo yvoxxms
l.rinfr and a halt niiU nir:hal ol Stanf'sM,
tn tht? watrninf lhi rivrr. Tlit? farm ia wtll
iniiimvtfl, having a t wcHtrT dwt-llinv,
nml all iMfeaMiiy t ttitlniiltl ! nrt u aril water d '
anl liiiilsvml, ail a ttplrniliij V4unn nicbanl .
imiw lirnrinfr. I ViMmst lt-irinK a mmd amall I
larni will tl wt-ll to nrripinl willi mr.
I will aln iilH-r at llir mim linic all my
MiM'k. ntfiMaMtifiir uf l'J" hopr ami hai, 6 nr
eikjttl (ftdd milcli rowi, 4 Kmd fttunn hurt,
Ac ami all mr rntii. liMUK'th M and kitchm
fumttiirr, a kmnJ ui wa'ti, princ waftim, a
KinkI buifir. tie, tU KiU will lak dacF
a air iirvuiiM. i 'all on ir &4llrvj
W. K K iKSTItY,
Kunftinl. K.
Juke M. Ilisx-ns Aurtinwr. 3-VuU
STANFORD
Business Directory.
CONTRACTORS.
OIl.llAX.
(Snaaatar.
THOMAS 1. ATKINS.
Mrtal aoii aaa (iatloriaf.
XI'LKV
LOW H IM t AIToKV.
It
W-ol Kt Msla. J. W. W allaia noalotar,
MATHI.W WKIIillT,
Cain lor. Wm Cad.
DRY OOODS.
IKAIII A Mi AUsri K,
1. a HAYIitN,
bank MalaStrart.
aioilt Mai Blraat.
K KHAM t S MILLI B.
sub.; ataa Mala Ulrooi.
IrAI ISTKR S Mil. I. IK.
OO.I Kla.ao HulMia. Nurth Mala Klroat.
INSURANCE AGENTS.
tMiLa
isl KV.
.t.OM. Ilsrl.nl, Mala BtraM.
J. 11. HUHI Ills,
JO,,,
Trli.a, llui iuaall, bSlo. Nurth Mala.
J. CAMI'Htl.l.,
Hoisl. I.l.-r.l, l:iiKl,nil ; Iti.riili.
Itiir.Ss-il, iuloot juuraol oftVa.
F.
MILUNERT.
L. hkazi.i:y.
Oio IS. W.ol PioS OtUo.
T. IIAVaS
Hoar Uotm..
U l.tl.tlAM.
I a stilt, w.ot talg S McAlialor atura.
HOTELS.
(t vi. is uorn:,
J i4ol iisr.la. rruurlatur. t'wurt Stiuara.
l lllHM i ll HOI sK.
t'uruor IfaHusras. aail Mala.
MANUFACTURERS.
s
AMOIIII WIHII.DN Illl.tJ.
a M .lllu.lr ,.ii. I',,,..,,,!,, Wart Kmd.
IvKKMn S lLAlik.
I l-nlu. Malin, W aM EuS.
GROCERIES ud HARDWARE.
A.
OWHLfc'Y,
turaar Mala alal loo, a taa Straala.
y atkm
a pa whon.
K oat .la. Uanolar WraM.
DRUG STORES.
I)
I NN S OWhLKV,
Nurth Mala Slrart.
y'lLLIAM
II.
AMiKUMlN.
smlh Mala 4ra..
MERCHANT TAILORS,
J.AM
SAM
MATH I N Y,
.Win auMwrwl an Mala SOaaU.
I. WUAMTON,
hot OWia Balktla(.
TIN SHOPS.
T
tllOVAM J ATKINS.
I u, mo. Mala aiw! loiai..lar atMat I'a
pLTKS aTSAl a.
GROCERIES OONrEOTIONERIES.
Q It. WfcAUsN.
EDELE?, HUFFAKER &
MM
MoALIITCR MILLER'S COLUMN.
182.
NEW GOODS!
GREAT FALL
Come Everybody and Seo for Yourselves!
North Side Main Street, Stanford Kentucky,
Are now opening the largest itock of goods In tho market
All the now and popular stylos in
DRESS GOODS,
Plain and Fancy Dry Goods,
IVIillo CiioiMl. mid Nolioiii,
Woolen Goods of all Kinds and Qualities,
Trimmirgs and Fancy Articles in Superabundance.
LOOK AT THE LIST OF NOVELTIES
IN
DEESS
Oliver Vflloiirs,
rurillc Crt'lons,
Drab SntliioH.
UriM-iido Silks Nw Sfjlps,
Striped Km press (lotlis,
llcIalncH ill Colors,
Toplins-Xew Sijlre,
Lustres, Merino, Etc., Ete.
Novoltie3 in Lacas and Embroideries.
lVhltc Fie in in I n r, I'urs? IlniuWri;). I'iihIi'
FrllllnKIIn4!ltll',, nml 'lolll.v;"
Viillriirlriic Inrrtalure
nml Imltiit Ion.
Here is the Place to Buy your
BOOTS -A-IsT-D SHOES,
YOUR
n."Fl U3YMADE CT-iOTHINO
YOUR
PIECE GOODS,
a-
Domestic Trnns
Shirts, CoUars, Cravits and
Our stock is larger than ever
to offer you goods at as low
terns, as any nousj
Corns and See While the
NOTICE!
Wheat! Wheat!! Wheat!!!
10.000 bushels Wheat Wanted !
I
Apy to
A. OWSLEY,
tr 11.1:11 in
-:Croce:ics and Hardware,
Stanford, Kj.
To my Customors. !
Y aeeoant. will he cl.-ssl Jnlr .l, lHT'i,
If vou liar nl lite mon.-y 1 will lak
aiivol. If vou uav. a it ier tnnnetr aur
wheat, come in ami el o vnir aituunt. htr
mite. It) per cent. wi!l br rharipvij on ail .'
count overdue.
I rauaaut anil rna-sriaa on f atul i'i nmnlha
tinw. I Ir I A. OUM.KV. !
JOS. MC. JAMES,
Taa dtoaa Aiaa th rVoHorova, aailer Jawo.' Hall,
DANVILLE. KENTUCKY.
M. a it a in
GOODS,
IVotlons,
HooIm, KIiocm,
Hats,
Onit etc., cto.
IfAVIXd
mt iitlv purcliaMtil fl.1,0'10
rth ui ftMatia al a Uic.-uiii uf Ht ixr
cviil. from New York oul, wa ofltr thvui al
(jrcatly Heduci'd rrkes!
To mak roura for a aiaaiuuah rtia k of Fall
aud Vt iular Ifissio.
lUvinf aasociaUsl wilh aw Bljr aua I. F..
Jaaiaa. wluaw experienc iu thadrv niasjo hua
itura I aall knoaa in thi and ailjiiiuina
eountia, waa.lt call fnia. a.-h of hia
frirada, aud a a ua ran Us, aaliafaeliua lo ill.
IteiiMMiibvr the llaI
Two door froa th PuMoffie, In Jamea' 1111,
UariiU, Ky. J. Mc. JAMtsi.
NEW PRICES!
EXPOSITION!
a0
w irv
stml Cnssimfir.o
General FurnisMn Gocls
-r
before, and wa ar3 prepared
figures, and on as satisfactory
in uemrai Kentucky.
Stack is Fre:li atjoapliU
i-v
Wv Have Just Korolvod
..-rrrrrftttW
XlAl IjAKU Ij
AND
ELEGIT STOCK
OF
CLOTHING
Ilat-s,
Gents' Boots,
lilKllcM',
MISSE5'
AN3
OHILDRENS'
1Iil,
jj rr ,
SHOES.
SEYKItAM'E & MILLllt.
PROFKttlONAL CAROL
p K D;to! WIU ft CVM.
1)
cirroR ctmo.
ATrannrrs .ft iar,
SOMERSET, KY.
Vtm4 fi n iMKiifsn intmafissl In lHm In
1 Ml t.
11 l'.llwkl SttH, ItfTtMtl
ltlM'll'IW
itlf Mrf' III riltwii pat iiji
Isriw
STANFOKD,
(llfliw Turner Ma.nic Mn-k.
OKU . Mi KKIV W D. SOI"
M
aKCC HOrPCR,
ttniKSKM AT IAT.
LANCASTER.
KY.
( T. HARRIS,
ATTiiflXKY AT t.AV.
HTAXKOlin, KY
U'M.I. anrlloo la las limn, ot l.l.J. taosr.
Oorr.i.1, a.o-a.-aMlo, HlatMl Moliaia ami la
IIM- I "Ml. ISOI
a a looi lisiiro la aVwkraaror aasai
mk m loaMMiahlo ralos.
C. WARREN,
A WHISKY AT ..tir,
8TAXEt)UO. KY.
OMl-B-tj ata mart a,Horo
JHOS. W. VARNON.
AWWSHr AT LAW,
8TANKOKI), KY.
nW-l. roar, aooro 1
. W Dt'KLSP.
i!i c coorrs,
Siaaftr, kt
H Jtit? I OOPIR,
ATTOiMYt AT tsar AXD COllKCTntM,
STAXFOKD. KYt
fnfSIMS Stil.UITKD IS UMlH-.N
JlAy aisl .ji.initia eouotiva. y
WTM. O. WELCH,
A TTOtlSKY A T LA IT,
STANFORD. KY.
GFrrrK- rirat soa oror tir W S-on'. ol
v
9
HOTELS.
LANCASTER HOTES,, - ,
(lls- llun-man lbiiat la-.
LANCASTER KbaniTKr.
Wi
I I, aonl tkr 7.re lanie J
. jlr.1 ll.,lr, hat. sua I .
oa. ai -
1 o.m, i.ir 'ho nn t'O'-. tilrto.:jml I '
hr tr.ti-.i i pul'l.c aliwrtma.ilt n lu ft. al
ti'l V
f -"ttf l r aill l v-tCsU) plinl at all limaV. -
I Jk Uram livnr at-ibla i. ana- lard a O p,
: fall ' H I'AKSftV, fnift
I a lalo ot Cai-a llouor, ii-ata. 14
- - -
iTGRA house.
t --iirtlaVotM IV ir Tub C viatv.
r! f. snsippiaiD,.ijn
. TP "" i "'n"a li'io. hai mV t
I So al.-4l.. ami Iho 'i'.(rlnrk pta I
- -imi i-ym, -
.-M. CIIAHGW BKASOff ABLrV
oaoXiLasarx
rtr
JUS. UUSKLNSON, .J1i.
JL rnrntlx tasra n imolJ anal tsr.;
mWm il, anil the )nprrto Q w pivn.
1 iimiolt llsr IraOnloi poUic 4-"!
CoT'ialallafio, a vry n-aooruLie rala.
tlii. la lb. ik aunal for sll hi
r
s aoirrart.
tg""t ailw sua) eaipFrai atlawdaata,
fXAMOJX HOUSE,
rrtannird Htrret,
.LAXCARTEK, KENTX.'CKY "
Keeps a (Jood St'
4-tf ; JAH. U. MAMON. Vjf
'Wajor .Vaia loi .aiaiar.sl .Vrosla.
STANFORD KENTl'CKY.
HtVIXtl I.FtSKIITIIW CKNTKALo ..
Ir l.sa's.1 4r, tl, amlrrsii.'raa.l I
Irl. t.iiin't u alf inl In IrarrUra and IsainU-ra
HIM CLASS riiU-Ma.ntuei.t al mronald
istea.
I m F- V. CARPKXTKK.
GARVIN HOUSE,
ILATU WASai.N IIOI SK i
Mtunr.iit.l, K.-nt o.ky.
HAVlNil I.KVHKH THIS IMI'l'LAR
II. itcl, for 'rra uf ireara, which i
siiii.tvit on ei.itrt Mn-ori', and'haviiur rt-IHitl
Ilia i-nf in iris at stvle, I am irvau.-d lo eu-k-rtain
all aliiirallHl me. The Iran linn pub
lic will and Ihia Honor . ciaivctm-nl abupiiinx
vlao.
An Exoollent Stable
cisavmiirnt lo llw bouat.
At the Bar.
Pur Itunra, eijrirs, liiliar-ca, Ac.
Uf DAVlli IIAUVIN, Pmprirtnr.
JJ ARRIS HOUSE,
Kasl hide Main Street,
cn.vn oucH.vnD, kentccky.
THE BAR WELL SUPPLIED.
(.ofxl Stable. Kir.
M. J. II AltltK Pmorirtor.
CUAS U. UATlllliU. IIAVIII MKI.L
formorly uf liou.iUo, Kf.
HOTEL,
Cor. Main and Fourth Klracta,
LOIISVILLE ....KENTl'CKY.
Befitted and Refurniahed.
Fare H'i 30 per Uny.
HATCHER Ac BELT,. Pro's.
W. M. MURPHY,
Ir'uriuvrly ufNusisfirl, kjr ,J
TOLLE, HOLTON. Si COn
W aWlleaSaiw lsVaWrB la
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS.
IS tin Mr,
Iiu liuiull, Ohio.
id St.
r io
M. CCMMINGS, Agent,
run
POOL & CLARK.
WI H H.KK A LK and r Uil dealvn in ItaU
iau aiul Auwru-au tuarblt', Nu. 1 Jcf
lfiMa atrt.1, b.ttiv- XX aiwJ Itl. luiavill.
Ky. Kivirv iltmnpii- a vi wuliiurw aud
wunuwt-iiiiu wurk, lablvto autl BwUtuiiaa
foriiMKswl ottUi '&-ti
NATIONAL
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