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Speaker Carlisle said tbe other day that Senator Bayard hae been talking about call nerve the other day up in Delaware tbe work .which the new Administration he believed the time would come when the county," raid Diacon Charles N. Bain, of will find before It. It must he thinks, bs form of an oath would be ddne away with FubUtheA TuctilmiiB and FYtdayi, the public stores. "I waa up there on bu- a ''business Administration" to arlccced. in the courts. This expression of opinion llae's jaM week, near HarpertCelil, and au "It will be confronted," ho says, "by tne was brought out in a general conveieation Sa.OO I'JEIl ANNUM acquaintance took me out to fish for pick- gravest difficulties. The republicans have upon the (subject cf the rejection of the DRUGGISTS UNO PHARMACEUTISTS, erel through' the Ice. On our way (0 th'e left us a heritage of great evals. They testimony of an agnostic in the Swaim WBPld slrltlly la adsanc. It w hart to pond we came to a couple of men chopping have disposed of nothing. They have put l. Mr. Carlisle said that unwait inr tlin. 9S.se will b chanted. la the woods, My irieqd ksgvr occ ,of ;the offand put off- Their policy has. been, one der th6 present methods df frjtlnjz testimo They ny, the evidence of a most worthless char , postponement. of uninterrupted SfejatKlttopplBi to talk with hlm.-- The I? WALTON. other kept oa Chopping, Jfe had made hare not eettled the currency nuestior; acter who took tbe oath would be taken DEA.IiBK8 IN bat two or three strokes with his ax when tbey issue a promise to piy and take that against that of the mot scrupulous add Wines. Wall Paper. Musical d man who from his very eense it flew off tbe handle. The sharp blsde promise up with another promise to Xitqnor BerikH, Barbourrille Chemicals, IaHfrHcraoBku hare not settled the silver question. of truth could not a ly that he knew that Oljtfcrfl, Htatlenery, Pfttnta, Packet Tbe Louisville Gitnmercwf conJeeee as whlutd through the air, passed close to my Qod there He thinks that ToliaccoB, Untlcry. Heap Oils, friend's bead, and striking the other chop They hare not removed the outrageous there was a cc iinsieje utai , follow Irota uienman erftiBicr-yIiHUipS, Fire Arms, Sfachla per, whone name wis Ilsgar, cut his noso wrong of the tariff. Thty have done never was a cue tried in any court where tatt AdttriiM, , recently gotten out by tbli neediest They there was not peijury of some ktcu on offcltBt to his fare rs clean rs If it bad been nothing for American shipping. and Optical Goods Department Is in Chargo efCtt Onr Jewelry, Sllrcrwaro office: who lost It have left us tbe wreck of a navy. The both sides. He never yet has in all his Thos. Biclinrds, who will Repair Watches and Clocks promptly and la tke tort Barbonrvlllq la fifteen milt from tbe done with a rator. The man put bin hand up to his face In a dirtied new Administration must undertake to d's Itgtl experience seen evidence that the stylo. Kooxtjlle branch of tbe LoulaTtlle A pose of the problems arising out of this oath alone restrains a man from making down at tbe severTille rallrcad, oa tbe Cumberland river, sort of way, and Iroked He his condition of things. How it shall proceed misstatements in his own interests. ed ncse m if be could hardly believe A ebort line of railroad anil the rctnorsl of witheyes. When the full fores of tbe situation is 4 momtntous question. If it is to be would have each man give eridence the mill dam which obstruct navigation controlled by political tyranny such as tbat out any preliminary form and then it struck him be looked at bis in tbe Cutuberhul, would give Barbour-vlll- e with an expression of surprise and deep in which bat been held away of recent years, would stand according to tbe character of an outlet in two directions, and make it will soon sink and go to ruin, and it the witness. Each witness would be upon jury pn. his fsce and said:. it an important point as forming a connecnice fellow, ought to. Unless it is to occupy a higher his honor. There would be no trbuble in ''Well, Jack, you're a tion between rlrer and rati transportation ground In this respect thin thoae Adminis- proridlnzTenallies for girlng false eri ain't yi?" Tbe Adwtitir rare that the United Rutfft Is Ilsgar then ttopptd a.nd picked up his trations that have recently preceded it, I dence as there is now. The oath a mere Government refuse to Improve the upper and nose and prt silnc his handkerchief over want nothing to do with it. I hire been empty form with the majority cf men Cumberland while the milldama remain, how things have been should be dropped. bfieding fst, astonished both my here and I know "be and djfl upft th BtHi to Mftiroe the iot Vfi fritHd and miselfby resuming the eubject done. I have seen the Infamies of parti Popping Corn. ol ctfitlsklUjli. It .Wjetbit $10,0 san supremacy and greed." Mr. Btyard which they John sat a woiiU b? tit tbiljPBrpjMe. k Hpoa the miking hid been talking forwhich thinks Cleveland is a good man for the And there theyCutter, popping corn, aa fat some of a contract was John Stiles Stile and Susan la . , ! BiittTllJtlTeri chopping is if nothing of eminence emergency; that he come to his work free as any ox, and Susan fat as butter. And filing to lumbermen, a raft nifght be had cccurred to interrupt it. Mr friend, from etnbarrauiog obligations, and that he there they sat and shelled the corn, and landed here if the building of a railroad started the other chap to the vil- can enter opon it untrammeled by the dic- raked and r'irred tbe fire, and talked oi and the opening of the jtlver were accom- however, lage after a doctor, and wanted to take tation of poiiticions. different kinds of ears, and hictched their plished. Then eawUI coald bo Boaje Hagar hjme at once on his backboard, General Jason L Brown, of Missouri, chairs up nigher. Then Susan, she tbe td profitable at tbli point. The tow a ii Hagar wouldn't heir to this, and eald he a local statesman, called at the popper shook, and John he shook, the pop to hate doubled it population within three would cut across to bis cabin through the Executive Mtnslon, In Albany, the other per, till DOtn tnetr races grew as reu as a firt-clU maintained, school Tent, A woods and wait for the doctor, and be day, to etve the Governor some pointers saucepan made of copper. And they shell1st. That Dr. Bourne is a graduate of one of tbe beat New York Medical miking the town more desirable aa a plare started off, without any apparent hurry, about his Cabinet. While he as waiting ed, and popped, and popped, and ate, all of residence. Capita,! fa.a been iabicribed Colleges. d carrying bis nose in his hind. in the ante room, he accosted a man who kinds of iun in joking, and he for building a telephone to coatiect When. we returned at night we went out had 3it cone Into the room and wai glanclaugher at his pok2d. Tbat be is an old Druggist, having learned the business in Lexington, at her remarks, and she with enteral other towns. A oi our way two. miles to inquire after Ha- ing over a piper. ing. And still they oopp.ed, and still they and had an experience of over eigbt years at the prescription case. ktetm tl uring mill exist there and a plangar. We fduud hliu chopping up fire wood "I suppose you are here on the eame er- ate; John's mouth was like a hopper, and ing mill ii proposed. There ' tome imla front of his cabin. There was a bandage rand as I am," he remarked. 3d. Tbat his Medicines are all fresh, just from the laboratories of Near stirred the fire and sprinkled salt, and provement in the oelghborlnt town ld. around his face. When we asktd him if "I don't kndw," replied the string shook and shook the popper. The clock York and Philadelphia. A new court hoUe baa ben. n r' run-plte- d him beaaid; v er, picrsintly. "What errand are you struck nine and then struck ten. and etill WIHiimiburg; Woltlrjr oUutf, tbe doctor had seen "Yes, he's been heft, ilk stuck the nose or.?" ttb. That he does not trust to others, but puts up bis own hands all the corn kept poppinc; it atrock eleven and onel to be built at M'. Flei'ant, liar-Ia- n on in Its old place knJ borjnd It there and entrusted to his care. ''I'm going to tell that old chump in tt.pn struck twelve, and etill no sign of Letcher count ha count Whltesbar, said he believed it would grow fait again, there how to fix his Cibinet." stopping. And John he ate, snd Susan anew jilt. Ttex countlea are near the W, such things happening. 5th, That he keeps all Drugs, --Medicines, Chemicals and Show Case Artithought the corn did pop and patter; till No, 1 cin't sty I am on that errand." Va line whlc1! leida thelaVrie'"toUaW9t as he had known of fir! Why, Su cles usually kept in a first class Drug and sundry store. BiffI cune blame neir getting mad at "Maybe you ain't a politician?" he cried out; "The corn' be how it would ciriffrt tKat pari Jack when that ax flew ofi todar. He's "No," returned the strsoger, politely; sin. what's the matter? ' Said she: "John uf rill- of Kentucky with tiu.iu li Gth. That his prices aro just as low as good, pure remedies can be sold. alwaya cutting up acme dido or other." "I'm the old chumn." Stiles, It's one o'clocl; You'll die of indi road in the Sute biynn J Cumberland Gap. Then we drove back to irtrpttifieJd. I Qeribral Brown will not ba in the next gestioc; I'm sick of all this popping corn Tiie poMibilitlM of tbi Ttb. Tbat Dr. Bourao's New Drug Store is opposite the 3Iyera Howe, t:ii ii are almost from Br friend. He had Cabinet. Why don't you pop the queetioi The Graphic. unlimited. Timber exUts id u'nbrolctn had a letter to daf Stanford, Ky. a visit to Hagar. He says fofMte add colt measures are foiiad having just come from Eight men, all of whese name ended with The penitentiary at Eldyville will be the man Is getting along all right, and that a thickness ol from forty to seventy inches. design and handsome the same lettf r, recently met in a restaurant tbe mot modern In The low hill eldts eugteet wool growing, ai tbe noe will grow fast again, sure Njw, in architecture in the South. The main at Jacksonville, Fla , without their previthese are facl, and I tell you that Hgtr sheep can be kept for nine months in the building will be nude out of cut stone, with ous arrangement. Their names were Wiltr, year without feeding. Apple, grapes and struck me as giving an exhibition of what wing on each aide 50 feet high, built of the F'r, Ke'r, Fritr, Drilr, Brltx Puelx and N Y. 8un. othet Jraltl gtow freely. A poor farm near you might call nerve." aims material. In the wldg rooms there Schmidt. DarkiiHjUa baa been plintfd In, orclurdr, A Bad Habit. The young man who will be 0:J() cells. There will also be a A corrpondent of the Pumpe Farmer tW efeir aukfatg Urge profit. An shirks his duties a often as poaaibls mver hnndsome brick bopitaI and four commo- writes that he "lost ovr 100 hogs by chol APTD to Hitlers here, betide the cheap succeeds In life. You may ret It down at dious brick workshops, each 200 feet long era. I dipped ears of corn In Carolina neMdf lends, Jt tbe low rata of. taxation, once that sooner or later h"e" will bd a drone by 50 feet wid. Th entire plan will con-tai- n tar and threw them among the hogt. Thiy the county taxes in romecaMi being but a in the great hiva of human industry,-- living 10) acre and will be surround. aleltgreedilly, and in a weeTt all were on few ceats on $100. These are but a few of without any purpose in life and scorned by stobe wall 13 feet high. About road to recovery." ed bv . A Full and complete assortment etf Fdrriltfetrc, femlnrac'lHjg W the topic i embraced in this new piper from all who have willing hands and follow up 8.000.000 bricks will be used In the con erjrililiift; from the Cheapest to tfao Finest Parlor Suites. Bte first Leard tie When little Willie LBirbourville, The publisher art rtllsble whatever they cat find to dq., Young man, struction of the buildings. One hundred to the large ell lea to make , purchases, no mhttor braying ol a mule he was greatly frighten-ed- need te mw and their statements lave an honest (f you want to gain the confidence audita-ite- convicts are now at work quarrying stone, smiled what quantity or quality yon want, as can and will dtipllegrt-anbut after thinking a minute he looje. Bssjdrsmany of them are support of your eujtlever, never shirk from chopping wood and prepirin to make prices yon can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Also at his fear, saying: "Mams, just hear , fcy tjieJnrfstUstione of the State geolo 'duly. eJ la In your com-- brick. Every apartment of the penitentiIf poor horre with the whooping cougll"' a full assortment of Coffins, Ca?es. ShreRds and Robes, that .kIcI survey., .; plaints and yon will always get a bearing. ary ia to bo supplied with pure water walch Ins-- all the New Styles, both cheap and expensive. Ware An exchange advise an inquirer aa fo- opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. begin life a shirk you may set it will be lifted from a never failing spring If you $1,00 For SO Centt. In order to i Any reader of this paper who will send Jown as a fixed fact that the habit will fal- which runs through a cive beneath the llow: "Don't buy a cosch wife, It is much cheaper to SEMI-WEEK50 one-ceto the American Rural low you through life, and instead of a suc- big hill on which the penitentiary is tit. pleaee your THE itampj make her a little sulky11 Jlomt, Rochester, N. Y., before March 15ih cess you wilt be an utter failure.. And uated. ! 1885, will receive that handsome paper, there r enough failure in the world al"The Hopping Diclplca of the Devil" A Philadelphia doctor aaaerta that the of a dinclng club In lexaa. postagt free, until January lit, 13SG. Tfce ready. eetl akin sacque ia too thick and warm a Is the name STANFORD, KY. T NsTirQIVasisMsWCT A rouug imnwho thinks he can lead a firtV'Column Rural ii a lame eieht-niirAeortcf an ama'eur Salvation Army, ai garment for this cltmite, and that it in IJWBjfcisrCTY becomes if it were. weekly, WtMjFi o In It fifteenth year, reeklti and profligate life until he I WALTON. duces consumption and kindred ailments. j?il0WvHlA employs man, and then repent and and the cheapest farm journal "In tbe a middle-sge- d The Standard O.l Company But we will give a large red cbromo for Is published eriry Tuetlsy ml Friday at the world. Tbe price ii one dollar a year in make a good, steady citiien, is deluded. lie the nntirehension and conviction of tbe 03 COO men low price of advance, but the above offer of fifty cents thinks that people are fool, destitute ol woman who is not willing to iisk them SLEEPLESS SIGHTS md mlserlbl by that YEAR. in postage stamps will be accepted if sent memory. He concludes that if he repents all If she can have a aeilikin.-O- il City te rlbl cough. Shllob's Cure Is the remedy for TWO DOLLARS PER you. For sale by Pnny iMcilUter. 15th.' 1835. This ptclal everybody will forget that he wn a die Derrick. in before tfiTcX CXTABUH CUBED, health aad sweet breath cfler wllfjiot appear egata in this piper. slpated fellow. Thti Is nbt the cser; peo Mjor Nutt, the midget, has just been secured, by 6blIoh'sA Catarrh Remedy. Prlc tOc. forget If you lint tbe Rural Home, subscribe at pie remember your bid deeds and Penny McAUiter. married in Eogland, The bride was Mls For sl by " ence. Send for simple copy, and see what your good ones, uesiacp, u is no ra-OF AIX CLiM Bpaton, a very pretPositive Cure (or Piles. thtbg to break ofi in middle life bad habits Clara Corfield, of Eist bargain is oflered. a say tbat So the people of this county we would Marchlal's ty brunette eighteen years old, and 18 Inch have been formed In youth. Neatly and Choaply Esoouted. been glren the agency ol Dr. The Brooklyn C'nion mjs: "Instances that e taller than the Msjor. Msjor Nutt, who wehaT Itallaa pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed rigidly the color way the multiply which show how now the Money Gors. The has been a bachelor, Is forly-fo- ur to cure or mojsy refunded Internil, Eaternit, until la com. morey of an involved estate generally goes line Is drawn In the North-ev- en years old, and first met bU wife at a Blind, Bleedlnj or Itching Piles. Price 50 cent niunitlei which have alwav prided them, Is well illustrated by the following from museum in New York two year ago. a box. No cure, n piy. Penny A McAllster, Druggists. selves upjn their philanthropy and fair-n- the Norfolk Virginian'. We were told of a Daughters, Wires and Mothers. Twin bojp, aged 14, near Sardis, hitched youn colored wo- curious cape tbe other day. It ecema that Itappeari that Dr- - Marchlal's abVfe emphatically gvnt men who have auught instructions at the a man in this county died poteced of a yoke of oxen to a carriage during thd a fenule remedy, to cur Female Disc, tbe old folks, and sterted out for a New Eiglard Conservatory of Music In quite a good farm, which he left to his two sence of el, auih as Otirlin troubles, Inflammation and and lodg- children, on which there was a debt of ride. The oxen scared when tne carriage iJlMritloD. Falling and dlsplacemint or bearing Ibston have bsen refuied The heir wanted a moved, and ran oflT and struck a stump, down feeling, IrregaUrtttles, Brr?nnesj, Chang cent". ing soUly on acjount of their color, and a thirty-seve- n one of the bora of Life, Leucorrhoei, beside many weaknesses republican paper of the city dism'uses the djvislon, so the court ordered tbe etle of broke tbe carriage and threw springing from the abore, ilk Headache, Bourbon News. nit-uragentle-miout. the farm. It wis knocked down to a mutter with the remark that it 'is but Weaknsss. Sleeplessness, Nervous deJfjMjBMMJHCVs7rM1' Jrffi&r Yet there are plenty of llepubltctn In Hamilton forSOOO. It was placed in bility, Palpitation or tbe Heart, Ac For sal by Bucllen's Arnica Salve, druggist. Prices 81 md ft 60 per bottle. 6nd which are terribly indignant at the tht hands oLcommUaioner for eatllemont, pipeM ThebMtadtetn the world tit Cuts, BruUes, Y., for pimphlet, free. idea that tbe Southern whites should object and at the end of six years it wai rettlcd, Sores, Ulcsrs, Silt RM'um, Far Sores, Tetter, to Dr. Marchlsl, Utlca, N. !3MsSBSBSlllllBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBsr A WeAllite r, Drugslsts. V9bL4ijHl Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin For sal by Penny to mixed schools." Ihe heirs not receiving a eiogld cent. All Chirped Hands, cures Piles, or no pay Oil faom Nature's Wells These Eruptions and pojlllrely The organ of the Socialists at New Hav-ea- t the $900 was eaten up by expemea. Xils' guaranteed to give perfcst satlifie-tlo- r The skin on the head Is kept eoft and flexible fictg. . y .retailed. PrlwSi cots per boa. or Coring adviser: "Workingmen. throw are by a secretion from the oil glands, When theso aside y'aut tool, take tu suns and de "I see thereare a number of countetfeit ronalet Tate A Penny. are clogged the balr dries and falls oil. Parkes's " Tear down Ihe br Bnk of England noted circulating in thia Hair Baliam renews tbelr action, restores the stroy ybtir opprfjsfaw. Jin Editor's Tribute. to tl hair and mikes It solt and Champion Sulky Plowa, Lias rlefs wlbtch close th'e way to happineM, to country?' Thtron r.XMter, editor of tbe Fort Wayne (In original color dandruff. Not greiiy, Dayton Steel Plows. Champion StelPlow, Claxltt, yttillti "For the past flro yean glony. ItilioMillcitei Delightful fora Ye; arid whit' wowe, I iblnk I have ain) Gale OWlled true nsahood Idd freedom. Sectire for uaToilwirsuscd Dr. Klnj' Kw Dlscorery, for noladye.dsllclously perfumeJ.dressings. PreferChimed Plows,. Stone Plows, Lone Star Plows, yotlreeives aucn conditions as shall enable rne of them." of most severe' chiracter, a well is for lady' toilet tab!e. The coughs of the Shovel, superior Villa Hill Sldelpws, Malia Double every one willing to work to enjoy tne ut "So? What are you going to do with bowofamllJertyps. It nersr ll to effect a able to all similar article beuuie of Its ftowi cleanliness and parity. to whom I have " Double poar cure. My Irlends most fruits of, his labor' ' I ii?" Plows, Mlnkle Ponble aovel Plows, Halls ol It In th sane nigh terms. Ut-lo- g It dod't know. Thai's whal (rodblea "I CUUK X)H I'ltilli. Eighteen hundred dollars' forth of me.'L, been cured by It of erery cough tbat I bare 4 Shovel Plows, Minkle PonyPlows, Hall's m , l ' . Plltl are frcaucntlyprtcvdliy s"tns bt vrljlit cij two and. hid for fire years,? tonsKer it the Ooly reliable elrawberrfeabivebeeWised tbsabdorucni church" contri "Yod might pot it tn the for Ootlcbl. Colds, etc." Call at laths t?fc. toltil and lower fcftlta Cultivators, .h,l .Km rtire Pony Plows, aT nmiimi tie) . farm AT of Da1& Umt to supposobalussomenrri-ctlobullonbox.', TatoA. Penny's Drut store and get a Free Trial canilng th patient .u.r., of tin kidneys or neighboring orjsnij a ware townsbffe CikUtat8Uily Kt J4 i&& . ., ! ''No, not yet. I'm not dead sure its Bottl. LanpilietK prciir, as flatulcnej, Xe srmrtdmaof Indlgnllon I All kinds of Plows I Plowa of all sizes end to tie accordingly nan receivea a prepiuui ftohferfeit." Diicoxery. of tbo stomach, etc. A moisture,' like uneasiness Very Remarkable from tbe State Board of Agriculture. Ht all Prices! Plews Irew 3.50 to 50, a vlrfdMerelible Itching, Mis. Ota. V. Wllllpi. f Manchester, itlch poT!lratlorrnirKtirttng -- Pl ppo fiogerTiu the rtr'y 'cemmon attenJant. PqopJ FOB SALE BY "My vlfo bas been almost 1nlpless fcr five after getting wife!, Isrt crack bl a dbdr. BhdtHHaMdor' slowly but wilUi: o hetplest that she could no.t torn orcein JJUd tteedldg nl Itcbllial'ileylrldtorij to the yoiri, th after mMtttitmtxm "I "What nil Might Call Nem." saw an exhibition of what you might M'ROBERTS&STAGg - court-martia- - Opera House Block, Stanford, Ky piy-The- y high-minde- w Nh fellow-chopp- dn H.O. BTJPLE1T. am received I have jiW rtr and still receiving New Goods for Fall and "Winter, comprising tlie best in tlie market which will gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley well-know- Seven Things To Remember. haw-hawe- le tu; Us It LY tritfitERTAKER, W Dealer in Furtiitxiye I rs jenr I lllllfi cmkrat i - m y over-UsMd- Interior Journal W. P. Pro'r. tVBsSsBlpNifiwSBaKJ v to-d- ay PLOWS! FLOWS! 1 brd al l.' n nio-e- JC'ii'. -- bt recom-menJ- iy Bsell ,, i, ,, iik rjtf " ...,. PUhi Ptew PruggUtli vho aru always lookjng InUfi'it of,blr ccso8u, I'M8 fcl)(;wrpljb McofiaV. Then open the uoor and remove Clugh ao4 Lung Syrup, a rem. to of Si. DcManko' i!ieftkMiJft rq CoMnMBi'fri JM lif iSftofi to fjy Ut iMr,hlU iii'J all tifnir 'AnacttoM. For rroof Cuughi, tions. Ne,v"er use your own fioger if. you rfi Bfgiilir ll3 TSO cnU can avoid It. liripl l)ottt try an4$l.0O tli Ved alone. .. sirliMiRteW 4f n Bh used two bottle of ElectrlojBt-teand lso much- - Improved that sb. laatiw, able Electric BltUn wtlldoall that Ii claimed tor them. Hundredi'ot iettlraonU curatlT-poWOnly flfty als attest tHelr great i cent a bottle atTal A Penny. r. rtllrtlon.ofnr.Boiuko'eilBetiedy,vhUhact . .dtMtty rwiM aowiomg; iw nron. the Oumprs, allajlng thfl intense tttlilegand affecting a perwancut eurci Prirt 60 elV Addresi.tha.Ir. Bosaako Medicine Co., GEO. . WEABEM, Ag riiu,OWo. 614 by - . . . ttst Etagj. - Machlues, rite, ..'..' nartlne Mollcb- - , Alio dMlerliiBiJIilOicrlaW Harrows and all klads of ???. 4 fty Y'VM, .L Sei-?l(clilnln(morournal Stalbri Ky., February 10, 1885 w. P. WALTON. A town named Grover has been incorporated in Cleveland county, North Cuolina, DEALER IK thus mak!n the name of the coming presiWb dislike to say it, but it looks very dent. Groceries, SadtUeo, Hardware, Hers mask like the amisbl: and estwmed editor QweeHHware, XIhkk? Whips, JValla, Ireu, MOTES CF CURRENT EVENTS. of the Louisville Pott, the alleged Col. Haraeea, Cane Mill, Buggy Wheels, The electoral vote will be counted and Sean, u a craven. In his imagination he Gralcfl, Cover, Older MUIn, Spekca, r jaapa with both feet on a poor "little bob- - the result declared by Congress DANilLLE. BOYLE C0UN1Y. SteBcware, Cera HhellerM, Collars, Ritas, fr fled editor "a hundred miles away, be row. Circuit Cjurt will begin next Monday, The proprietors of the famous Hotel boom he alluded to his former free trade Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brialey Cosbiaed Flews, Wooden and Brunswick, New York, have failed for with 63 appearance. A marked increase pvwpeesitiefl, but has not the manliness to Cast Fuanpi, and the Celebrated Xayfleld Elevater. Tin Roof-is- g of bueineesover that of several terms past. respond to charges made against him by a $58,000. and Guttering will have prem.pt attentlen. There was a fancy dres Carnival at O'Donavan Kossa has about recovered maple of stalwart young fellows, each Jf H. H'cKIhhv landing six feet in his stockings, who live from the flesh wound Mrs. Dadley gave theOpera House Friday night which was attended by about $0 perrons, some of jart around the corner from his den and him, we are sorry to say. Viley & Cassell, agricultural Imple- whom were in costumes, while same were ready always to back their state- ats with their muscles. And yet the ment dealer?, Lexington, have been closed not. The intermediate examinations of alleged Col., whose entire stock in trade on attachments of $3,800. Senator Beck says the Senate will not Centre College closed Friday evening. oaaWts of the abuse of a man whose afeeeetrings he is not worthy to unloose, agree to the bill proyidlog for the suspen- Mr. Clarence R. Judy, of Mt. Sterling, has entered the Freshman class of Centre Colo daubt imagines he is a very brave man, sion of the carnage of silvei dollars. s of the business portion of lege. ekaply because Mr. Watlerson has not lowMr. W. J. Knight, a thcoligical etu-deered himself by noticing the vituperations Hawesville was burned late Thursday CK1LIMIVfrom the Baptist Theological Seminanight. Lose, $18,000; insurance, $10,000. of the little serpent. Such abuse may pass Drugs, Books, Stationery and Representative McDonald, of the Ten ry at Louisville, preached at the Baptist for bravery with some, but decent people Fancy Articles. regard it as the sign of a blackguard. You nessee Legislature, proposes to make it church Sunday night. Mr. Knight was a draw-poke- r, graduate of Centre College of the claw of dm jump on Mr. Watterson with impuni a penitentiary offense to play Pbjilclttt' inicrlptloni icturittlr cotnpoutxlnl, A bridge near Creston, Iowa, sunk 18S4 'ty, Col., for he won't notice Jou, and you All 1L . a Some one broke into Joshua Doram's ftftfl4Tfa aasy eall us names and make' dirty insinu-tiea- s, with a passenger train, causing the deaths wounding of grocery about ten days ago and stole $140, because we won't fight, but you had of three passengers and the and Sunday evening officers were after Bob Wtcrfee careful all the same. John Gaines many others. The Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, George Gibson and Wayne Powers Taylor for the crime, but they didn't catch js a Ktena oi ours ana will not see us im- Jewelry and Bilverwara were hangei at Estillville, Scott county, Robert. Robert was so scarce be could not yeed upon. Va Friday, for the murder of Wm. Gib- - be found. bought to tblitnarktt Price Lower thao Ertr ZL-Louisville Chmmerciat't discoveries UE Mr. M. F. Caylor" is quite ill at his the Lowttt. Watcbr, Clocii anil Jewtlrr Ke sin, in April last. TsMBFWT?T,"Xa3M JEETJsyj," ptlrtd on thoit doUn and Warrant!. of frauds in the matters of expenditures in Three fire companies and 44 policemen home on the Harrodsburg pike, with ty- so now. en-sis- al prosecutions, support of idiots and were marched out of service in Louisyille phoid pneumonia. Mr. Harry Pope who PAINT LICK, GARRARD COUNTY. jmj of pro tern judges, might create more in order to cut down the enormous ex- lives on the Lexington road Is dangerously 1 II. C. BRIGHT. COR RAX. if they were new, but that penses of the city. HI with pneumonia. R. M. Argo and F, M. Lutes are on Mr. James F. Zimpaper Is doing a good work by keeping the The Executive and Judicial bill for merman, of the Advocate, has typhoid fever. the sick Hit. asdlee before the public. The Legisla- the next fiscal year appropriates $21,213, Our farmers seem to think that the Mies Lizzie Twidwell, who has been tor has attempted to abate two of the 701, which is $1,088,468 less than the ap- visiting relatives in this vicinity has re- wheat crop will be a total failure in this evils, the first and the last, and they are in propriation for thepresent year. turned to her home in Hus'.onville. Col. vicinity. s easure reduced, bat, the support of idiDied on the 6;h, of pneumonia, Mr. A freight train near Cincinnati jumped W. F. Erans and his daughter, Mrs. M. J. ots continues to be a great and growjng the track and fell from a trestle 50 feet Farris, left Thursday for San Antonio, John Yeakey, aged C3. He was only sick by which the state is euchred out of high. Jas. Flannagan, the engineer, nd Texas, where Mr. Farris is spending the a few days. -aaany thousands of dollars yearly. There John Qaerer, fireman, were killed. XX- Our constable, Sterling Davis, has rewinter. They will probably stop a few ere 1,049 of these charges in 1883 and signed. He says there was a great deal ef Miss Tubnnn, of Augusta, Ga , has days at New Orleans en route. went for their support that year. given Mrs. Robert H. Smith, a 'gentleman of woik and no pay in the office. $1,030 toward the erection of the Jalhia Judicial District there were 133. new Chrhtiai church in Athens. She is versatile genius, who first saw the light in Mr. James Layton, an old and respect sMrathan any other district except the well knowu In Kentucky where she once Danville, and who is known as a bright ed citizsn of Freedom neighborhood, died which is credited with 185. Pulaski lived. particular star in jousjalism, writes to a suddenly last week, while sitting in his heads the list with 30 and Casey comes The bill to regulate fees of pension friend here from from plumbus, O., that chair. next with 29. Fayette has none. The law agents, as Mr. Ike B. Arnold has succeeded In it passed the Senate, provides he has joined tha Salvation army and that m aather loose in regard to the matter and than $10 shall be re henceforth his life Is to be devoted to res turning the postoffice around so as to front that no fees greater - AND ike Circuit Judges are probably looser in ceived by pension claim agents except un- cuing souls from the clutches of tbe Evil Main street and carpenters will soon have oUewisg the claims. A reform is badly store-roos It a der special circumstances. One. seeded. We are glad to know that the editor Sheriff Bhiveis and Frank Bsstright, Mr. James R. Carrigan, of this place, The coming president devoted last week of Ty Ty, Ga , good friends, suddenly tells the following anecdote of the late Dr. of the Xcict is able to be out again. We to talking with the leading democrats of quarrelled from some unknown cause, drew C. C. Graham: "It is nearly 30 years since understand that he has been closely con&e country and receiving office seekers at their pistole, and after several ineffective Dr. Graham and myself started to walk to fined to. his room, while the grand jury was CONSISTING OF-tie "Victoria Hotel, New York, and a live shots caught each other by the arm and Sublimity, in Rockcastle county. We in session. Wonder if the officers did their ly lime he had. Sunday he visited the shot each other dead, dying in each other's reached Waynesburg, Lincoln county, some dnty this time? Sage of Grammercy Park and held a long arms. time in the evening while a shooting match Pulaski. The Somerset Tdcgraph is cewmltation with him. Yesterday he reTwo freight trains collided on the was in progress. One man who had made now owned and edited by Mr. T. B. turned to Albany to digest the vast amount bridge over the Raritan river, near New some pretty good shots came to where Dr. Mr. James G. nail having sold out of democratic pabulum he had swallowed Brunswick, N. J., S tturday morning. Sev- Graham and I were standing, with the tar- - tohim.-Si- ml. T. Woisey died, aged 42. and to decide upon who will be his cabinet eral lives were lost and much valuable get'in his hand, and expreesed the opinion James T. Cowao, conyicted of living in advisers. This question is still an property to the amount of $100,000 de very positively that no man could beat his adultery with Kate Russell, skipped back quantity save that it is generally stroyed by the fire, caused by the explo shots. Dr. Graham looked at the target to his mountain home when put upon the conceded that Bayard will be Secretary of sion of four coal oil tanks on one of the and carelessly remarked that he thought he rock pile to work out a $150 fine. E. T, AT ALL TIMES A FULL LINE OF trains.. could do better. "How much money will Elliott has brought suit against Sarui. Tate Daniel Kullman, a laborer at a steel you bet that you can?" the man asked. The Mrs. Alice Howell and others for abducting 'The Harrodeburg Democrat man, Mr, mill in Scranton, Penn., was caught while Dr. told him that be dtd not care to bet, his two children and want) $10,000 damfifotswood, is getting up a good paper now, bat, he won't last long, because Walton, of putting on a belt yesterday, whirled around but would take a gun and show what he ages. They claim that Elliott's second the Stanford Journal, has made up his a shaft several hundred times a minute and could do. This did not suit the Waynes- wife is cruel to the children. saind to kill him. Tipton in Bichmond slammed against the beams at every revo- burg marksman, who insisted that money Madison. Nearly $3,000 has been sub Jlegister. This is libel. We would not lution. Before the machinery was stopped should be staked and proposed a $2.50 bet. scribed to the creamery The ladies of that harm a hair of Brer Spotswood's head. his feet and hands were torn off and his Dr. Graham rejoined that if money must peculiar persuasion known as tho Faith He is an "amusin' little cuss," as Artemus body fearfully mangled. He lived thirty be put up a $10 bet would be more appro- Cure, have opened a small hospital in this priate. This was not displeasing to the Ward used to say, and we like him and minutes. Mr. Leland Sanford, whose only eon man, nlthough he had to borrow part of the place. It is situated at the corner of Third excellent paper "ever so well." his and heir recently died, intends to give to amount from bystanders, but just as the and Water streets and received the first patient last week. May their fondest exarmy in the Soudan has California his property, estimated at The British $20 was about to bo placed in the hands of pectations ba realized. W. K. Denny has met with seyere reverses. El Mahdi has and to administer it himself for a desinterested party as stakeholder, it oc taken the city of Khartoum and either cap- the benefit of the government; This vast curred to the Wayneeburger to ask who bis returned from Columbus, Gi., and reports tured or killed the brave Gen. Gordon, and fortune will be enough not only to liqui- antagonist was, so he said, "What might the mule market satisfactory. Wm, Arnold bought 17 broke mules, aged from 3 is preparing to annihilate the remaining date the State's debt of $3,300,000, but to your name be, sii?'' "Graham," was the resmall commands, which are also threatened provide a fund more than sufficient to meet ply. " What! not Dr. Graham, of Harrods to 6 years, and averaged 15 to 15 hands high. The prices ranged from $80$150. with the additional horrors of famine. forever the expenses of the best possible burg?" "Yes, sir." "Oh-- ob, Dr., I have mulea Dr. J. Ayreasold three 4 year-o- ld seems to have met more than ejetem of public instruction. John Hull beard of your shooting; the bet Is off; I Register. for $385. his match in the Arabs and the excitement When the case of Chas. Harper charg- can't shoot with you. It's my treat come through England Is intense. ed with abducting two young girls from on, boys," and the crowd all took sugar in Are You Tired of Being Sick ? We want to ray a word to tbe men, women and Eeed, the lawyer who defended Guiteau Bath county, was called In the Circuit theirn. girl wbo work in itorot, offices and factories is before Congress asking for an appropria- Court, at Lexington, Wednesday, Harper All the above goods have been bought very Low and JUST AS GOOD. There are hundreds ot thousands ol you In tbo claims that he did not receive a produced a pardon from the '.Governor and tion. Ho Many umcrupulous dtaltrs may tell yon they have country. Very few ol you are well. You aro shut the smallest possible marign. We recent of money for his great ctr vices in that was dismissed. It would seem the Govern- remedies for Coughs and Colds eijnal In merit and In up too much and exercls3 too little. In this way will be sold mesaoraWe case, -- ile received an aoun-d.nr- tt or tried. the case in advance of the Court eitry respect jmt as good at tlie old reliable Dr. you get sick. Your blood Is bad, your digestion o7"E0lbrIe(y, and inasmuch as that and found the defendant not guilty of the Doianko Cough and Lung Byrup, unloi you insist poor, your head often acbei, you don't feel like spectfully ask an inspection and invite competition. upon this remedy and will tako no other, you are work. Your liter, stomach and kidneys are out waa waatfievantld, he ought (o be satis- heinous offense with which he waa charged. liable to U greatly deceived. Trlcci, W cents and of order. Parkei's Tonlo bai cured hundreds of BRIGHT & OURRAN, and goods guaranteed. Commonwealth. fCor. such cases. It Is pure, sure and pleasant. $1.0). fiold ly lUHolxrts li Stage. fied. up-ae- fe A novel manner of testing his street-heart- 's affection waa adopted by a young lawyer named Clarence Newell, in a little tHJs in Maryland, with tragic results. Asia asual, the course of true lore did not xw smoothly, and he and his pretty little sSasced, Miu Era DeCoursey, quarreled ' some trivial affair. Bath were high ; and unwilling to make concessions, when Newell determined upon a plan to ee if she really loved him. Ilia home Jay ea her roal to a music conservatory at which she took lessons, and one day last reek as she was pissing he discharged his poftelasd almost simultaneously a couple of friends whom he had coaxed into the fiat, rushed from the house, exclaiming Hut Clarence had shot himself. Forget-la- g her resolve Miss Era ran to where her lever lay and seeing his temple covered withilood, which he had gotten by causing h&aoje to bleed, Imagined that the bullet bad done its fatal work too well. Crazed -- illi grief at the result of her cruel words, faew-- d the pistol which had fallen from hear layer's hand and in an instant eent a fruHet ia her own vitals, from which she dteelio a short time. As soon as the cause eUfche deed was known, great indignation --waa expressed against Newell and his i and threat of summary were made apainst them for thus iaflJiagwith the affections of the lovely yessg creature, bat they were not molested. SesBorse ought to cause Newell, though, to ai his own existence, since the blood of the woman that loved him so fondly ia bands. -ven-gee- is eaid to stand with seven republicans unalter102 to 102, ably opposed to the return of Senator Logan to Washington. The balloting begins an J it is claimed that "Logan's tactics are to prolong the contest until his present term expires and have the Governor appoint him to the vacancy. Col. Morrison, the democratic nominee, continues confident of success and we trust he is not destined to feel the pings of disappointment. Stonktvall Jackson's old war horse, which is now said to be 34 years old, passed through Kooxville, Friday, ea route to New Orleans, when some soldiers of the dead hero's command fell upon his neck and wept like children. This shows that the South is still rebellious in its heart and Halstead is the attention of the wild-eye- d fact. Sach treasonable manicalled to the festations deserve to bj severely punctured with his mighty pen. Tug Illinois Legislature y Martiu QrifSo, a3rouug mau reahliug ia LouUvllW, was stabbed to death by Lau-r- a Liefc, in a house of prostitution Sunday. Oregon has not yet elected a United States Senator, though the Legislature has been taking ballots dally since its organization. Short, the man who attempted to murder Phelan, In O'Donovan Rosea's office, has been admitted to ball in the sum of $3,000. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Robert Letcher, who killed Dr. Evans at Nicholaavllle and received a life sentence for it has been taken to the penitentiary. Every effort wee made .by his friends to have him pardoned, but without avail. A fire, which originated in Bristow's Opera House, at Mt. Sterling, burned that building and several others adjacent, causing a loss of $20,000. The Little World theatrical company, which was playing there, lost most of its scenery and all of its' baggage. Mr. Hiscock, of New York, and Mr. King, of Laulstana, indulged in a little discussion in the House Saturday. The purpose of each honorable member waa to call the other a liar without Infringing tho rules or disturbing the decorum of the House. Mr. Willis and Casey Young also called each other liars. In Michigan Philip Ivet, while Intoxicated, shot hit wife in tbe abdomen and then killed himself. The woman will between them recover. Thetrouble-aroe- e support of the family, the woman over the claiming that Ivet had not done two days' work in the twelve .years they had been married, literally being too lazy to live. Nothing is known as yet touchiug the fate of Gen. Gordon. If not killed in the attack upon Khartoum he will undoubtedly be held for ransom by the Mahdi, who must by this time be In need of cold. England could hardly refute to pay any reasonable sum for the safe deliverance of Gordon, and El Mahdi doubtless knows how to drive a bargain. religious crusade against roller skat-lo- g has been inaugurated by a Methodist divine and we may expect to see that popular pastime become more popular than ever. It is charged that it is equally as immoral as dancing, is especially injurious to the health of ladies, besides reducing the size of the calves to the corresponding enlargement of the ankles. All of which Is startling if true. A "Fock months from the day of Grover Cleveland's inauguration as President every national bank in the United States will be closed," wrote a democratic editor, and the republican papers sought to make much capital out of it, but he explained that four months from March 4th would be July 4th, when all the banks have a legal holiday, -- Two-third- nt Ldncatter. Mr. R. M. Argc, of Paint Lick, died of a congestive chill on Saturday night last. He was buried at Pi. Lick Monday. Tbe German Dincing Club will give another hop at their hall on Friday even-lo- g Feb'y. 13th. Mosio by Woll & Trost. Mr. E W. Cjleman Is now agent for the Adams Express Company, Mr. J. W. Griffin having resigned. Tho office will be at the depot. List Saturday in tho police court, Mike Ray, proprietor of Ray's Hotel, was tried before a jury for assaulting a nrgro. He waa acquitted. Lancaster will probably send a large delegation to the anauguration ol PresiEach Individual will dent Cleveland. wear a lightning rod. Our farmers are making arrangements to plant another large crop of tobacco this season. Thin county's yield for last season is estimated at 1,500,000 pounds. Mr. R. R. West has removed to his handsome new residence on Lexington ave. He has resigned hli positron as Deputy Circuit Clerk and will devote his time to tbe drug buiines. Meiers. LUlard, West A C.. have vice the agents of the Courier-Journa- l In their Col. Hall Anderson, resigned. letter accepting his resignation the Co., pay Col. Anderson a handsome and deserved tribute. Tbe many friends of Miss Kate Mason will be delighted to know she has returned home from a month's visit to friends in Nicholaavllle. Mr. Will 11. Greenleaf, of St. Louif, is visiting reletivee here. R. U. Tomlinson, Esq., was In Louisville last week. Mr. C. W. Metcalf, of tbe Journal Courier, Nicholasville, was in town Sunday. Circuit Court adjsurned filially on Friday. There wss considerable business transacted during the eleven days of tho term. The grand jury returned rbout 40 indictments for misdemeanors. There will be a special equity term of the court held on the 13ih and 14th of March. Judge Owsley left on Friday for Perry county, where be is to preside as special judge in a murder trial. During our Circuit Court, jast adjourned, James Schooler, a young colored man, applied for license to practice law, Messrs. Rauffman and Herndon were appointed to examine him. He passed a credible examination in the first volume of Blackstone, but as he had not read his second volume, the examiners advised him to wait six months before pressing his application. He took their advice and be admitted to the bar next time Mr. B. M. Burdett baa returned from Florida and has taken up tbe cause of the college. Just a word in this connection: The citizms of this place have jast inaugurated a Female College, equal to any in the State. Ha success ought t) be made certain. To make it a success more money is needed. Witbont more money a failure is probable. Surely our people will not fail to support this splended and necessary institution. Tuoee who have subscribed should increase their lubeciiptions and those who have not subscribed should do be-co- The New Groceries and" Hardware House of i TAYLOR BROS. HTJS'TOaNr'VIXL.IjE.. :BL-5r. Would kindly ask your attention to tho fact that they bavo jnst returnod from tho cities with a large, froah and woll selected stock of tibolee Family CfEoftftricfj, Endless in variety, dainty in quality, and satisfactory in prices, this wo guarantee. Onr aim shall bo at all times to supply every want in our line. Consists of tho standard brands of Europo and America. Our largo lino of cooking stoves includes tbo justly cclebratod "Great Western Reserve" and many other famity favorites. OUR CHINA, GLASS, AND QUEENSWARE STOCK consisU in part of Table, Tea and Chamber Sets complete, Glatsware richly cut and etched. In tho way oi Breadstufla wo name Buckwheat flour, the queen of all tribes. Our celebrated "G. M." patent flour unrivalled for cake and pastry, while Rico and Hominy, our own patiotio products, are arrayed as faithful adjuncts. Our Hardware and Pocket Cutlery f 0J. All the delicactCB in foreign and domestic confections are here. Tin, Stone, Wooden and Willowwaro, Electric larapj, Stationery, Canned Meats and Fruits, and a completo lino of Cigars and Tobaccos. Well this is only a hint of what we have. we can make it to your interest, we confidently aik as ex Believing that amination of our'goods anp your patronago, TAYLOR BROS. Respectfully, Wi Hi HlGGINS; Shee, Steve, i 4 1 K Lp .... Puaf -- & MlllfeteiP &SSffiteh2 aL PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS- Ri4nFjPf;lI,BC' J. I BRIGHT & CURRAN. DEALERS i $70,-268L- 15, Groceries, Hardware, Queensware FARMING -- first-clas- IMPLEMENTS, Furst and Bradley Sulky Plows, South Bend and Hamilton per Turning Plows. Clip- 4 Cop-pag- e, $15,-000,00- 0, Mitchell and "Old Hickory" Wagons. Our Carriage department will be full and complete with the best makes of Carriages,' Buggies, Surreys, Phaetons, Jayguar Wagons, Buckboards. -- We also have a largo Lino of Walking and Riding Cultivators. Solo Agents for Walter A. Wood Harvesting Machines. at t Prices -- T J toes. Wanted. Bright COO & busliels of Irish Curran. pota Stufcri Xj l. AS. Foil February 10, I885 LOCAL TIME CARD. Sale store-roo- seed. Big lot of country oats for Bright & Curran. of Eltuiston t The Kill trsjn going .North. .. Bouttas...... Kxprto strain" iJouth., ,, Noib.i Tb above li & 0s1cy ... is being hung with handsome 5 fresco pa !( calculated on standard time, ruinates Cutsr LOCAL t.nxl . 12 M 1 1Z Z 5v r. M. I. K. X.U. Mi per. bolar The members of Prof. Sibold's mu'sIcclsM are requested to meet at the Prtsbyterian church at 7 o'clock prompt. nm n Imel about A warrant was obtained yesterday against a man named Morris, charged with NOTION. an attempt to rape a German girl near Boy your (school books from Penny A Highland and officers went in pursuit, but McAlider. with what success wss not known at a late Lanpreiu's Garden 8ied, fresh and gen hour last night. uine at Fenny & McAllster's. Watches and Jewelry repaired on short The Hustoaville correspondent of the ootloe and warranted by Penny & Mc A lis- Danville Advocate is another. We never ter. said it cost Dr. Guerrant $350 to get lodgA complete itock of Jewelry, latest ing and breakfast in New Orleans. Wo atylc. Hockford watches a specialty. Pen did say $3 60 though and should have loojrA McAIUter. cated tbe extortion at Mobile instead of Farmers, Read Tins.-- Go to Dr. M. L. Bourne's drug store and get one package the Crescent City cf Sam A. Clark's Hog Kerned?. If. you The Crab Orchard Dramatic Club will ere not satisfied after using it your money give an oyster supper and hop next Friday will be refunded. night fer the benefit of the College build ing which promises to bj a pleasant affair. PERSONAL Tbe price of admission will be $1 per -- Mt8 Salhe VANDtVEEn went to couple, or SI for a gentlemm without a Lexlogton yesterday to visit friends. lady, which includes the privelege of both fn. J. Walker Givexs started to supper and hop. A crowd is expected and Ltxington, Mt's., Friday with a car load of ample arrangements will be made for their muli. accommodation. Music by German Or Mm. Hcoii Slimi, who has been fisB. chestra. hing Mr. Q. K Hardin, returned to Laa-cuta Postmaster B. G. Alford's commission yesterday. Mtai Salue Waters, a Boyle county does not expire till January 17, 1660. The The postoffice blonde, is vlaitiog her aunt, Miss Hhoda office is now worth at Danville is worth $1,800 and Mr. LinHall. fCourfer-Jcurna- l. Misses Cahme Lee EmntR ard JcfT ker's commis'ion is to May 8, 16SG; pays $1,500 and Mr. Cardwell's Davis Jloesell are the gueitf of Misses papers show he Is commissioned to March tie Laurie Rilney and Iva Stnller. 31, 1SSC. The commission of Cjl. Hall Miss Lizzie Eiiackelkokd, who been lilting In Louisville, returned to her Anderson, at Lancattcr, expires on the 14th of next October. His salary Is $1,000. ulster's, Mrs. J. A. Allen, yesterday. M188Z8 Lizzie and Hkoda PortmAN, Postmaster Taylor, at Richmond, gels and his commission is dated to expire railed home by the death of their slater, Mrs. G. F. Peacock, returned to Hamilton Feb. 27, 1887. Somerset's postoffice Is worth $1,100 to the holder and the preeent College yesterday. Mr. Willi Ay Bmoirr, an enlerpris postmaster's coaami'ilon does not expire log young farmer of Lincoln county, is in till April 30, 1868. town this week, the guest of Cspt. 6. M. Jailed. Three young men claiming to Boone. Somerset Republican. be from Shelby City and giving their names Mas Geo T. McKoherts has bet n ro Elisha Bash, James Ferry and James Bush, nick as to necessitate the presence of her cime to town yesterday with a pair of Daughters, Mrs. Monie Dunn and Mrs, Bel- mules which ther sold to Mr. J. M. Hail li Frith, but she is better now. for $55. The action of the men, the low Rev. and Mas. I. S. McElroy left pries of the mules and the fact that a colFriday for Dinvllle, where they will re- ored man rccogniicd them as the property main a few weeks and then go to their of his father, Marshall Bright, led to their borne at ML Sterling. Oar people hid be- arrest as they were stepping into the Farmcome much attached to them ond there is ers National Bank to have their check general regret at their departure. cubed. Unable to give a good account of Mn. W, H. B TAYLOR, the gentleman themselves, Judge Carson held them on who got up the subscription to tbe cream-fr- suspicion and ordered them to fill to await la here. He tells us that all the stock an examination at 0 A. M. They for the one at Richmond, baa been sub- were all well armed, one showing up with scribed. He came hoe to settle the ques- three pistols when he was searched, so if tion claimed by the Lebanon people, but as they do not go in for horse stealing, they nobody met him, as per appointment, he will have to answer for carrying concealed He states positively that no neinons. haves Later. The owner of the promise was ever made them that a cream- mules has been heard from and he says he ery should not be built here. only hired them to the men. er $1,-10Har-rodibu$1,-CO- O y, y. 20 There is always somebody to spoil a good story. The Louisville says: The alleged cure of Arthur Bentley by the faith-cur- e process, as administered by Brother Bulkier, is pronouoced a fsree by all the members of the family. The boy is no better than he ever wis, In the religious excitement of the moment it was believed by the mother that he was healed. They say now that the boy is no belter. Tbe M t. Sterling Sentintl Democrat contains a lengthy description of the new Presbyterian church there, of which Rev. I. S. McElroy, our late paitor, is to have charge, from which we condense the following: "The church is gothic in style of architecture, 35 feet wide by 05 feet long In audito rium, with one large tower on the left band corner 110 feet high and one on the right 58 feet. The entrance to the church build ing is from the front, through a large hand some door of gothic design to each tower, said towers forming vestibules. The entrance from each vestibule to auditorium is through noiseless doors. The pulpit is in the rear end of the building, with an elevated rostrum 2 feet above the floor, and back of the pulpit a recess is made with a gotbic arch. Tbe floor rises gradually from the rostrum to tbe front, making an elevation of 2 feet. Tbe pews are const lucted of ash and walnut, and all made on a circle, the radius of which is such that every one will face the minister. Tbe ends of the pews are walnut panelled trith heavy walnut icrolls, seats of ash, backs of ash with walnut cap. Iil Elite Prewitt has been awarded a pension amounting to about $1,000. The Sunday school here has been I'd with the following officers. T. N. Robert, superintendent; W. H. Cocks, assistant; Mies E'la Joplin, treasurer and J. B.Fish, secretary. The same teachers as heretofore wilt be in charge of the clsea. A goodly number af pupils are in attendance and tnere are many others who might be induced to come SEW ADTKRTISEHE.ITH. 5 ' i ! '.. JUDGE TIIOS. W. VARNON Is a cardldate to fill oat tbe unexpired term of Judge E. W. Brown, dee'd, ai Count Judge of Lincoln, subject to the action of the Democracy. Election Auguit, 1685. Notice ! All periosi bating claims against tbe eitats ot Walter W. Owsley, Jr , are notified to present them, p:operly proven, for settlement; and those knowing tbetnselvei indebted to lime fit ale are earnestly request to lettle within tbe next thirty 41S-3- . t r 4 f 1 GEO. D. IIOPPES, Ear. liincolii Circuit Court. DAVIS, MALLOBY A Co, Notice to Credltort. W. M. HOWARD, AC. Tbe creditor! of W. M. Howaid are hereby notl fled to produce before me at my office In Stanford, Ky tlielr claims properly verified on or before tbe 10th day of Much, 18S3, or tber will 1 barred. IK. WELCH, U6-3- t Muter Com'r L. C. C. a. LAUD. STOCK ANDaCROP NOTICE Iteatmbei that A. M. FELAND I hit i - May Wheat sold at 83J at Chicago Sat- urday. Collars, Hame, Trace chains, &c., at T. R. Walton's. The profit of the cattle business of Texas this year is $20,000,000. The first importation of Hereford cat tie was made by Honry Clay in 1817. The Rural Xtw Yorler reports a yield of J.J10 bushels of potatoes on an acre of land. There are eleven million horses In the United Slates about one lor every fifth person. Jack Chinn's tobacco bam, In Mercer, was burned Friday night, with its acres of tobacco. Insured for $4,000. Common lugs are quoted in Louiaville at $5 25 to $5.50; common-lea- f $4 25 to $8; good leaf $3 to $1-- and fancy leaf $12 to 2-- Three Tracts of L.anil adjoin-lu- g the Iloiuc Tract That be wlibia to icil. on tontalntng 1G Aerei, one CO and tbe other about 2W Aero all Vo. 1 Land in good itateof cultivation. Alao ISO Acres Mountain Land on Mon' Gap. Alao having Over 100 head Red Short-Hor- n Cattle Wlib lo sell CO cr 70 head. Among them there are 30 head of Dull Calves !rtm to wean- llnga. Thla ia the nneat and beat colored herd in blepartof tbe State, taking Into consideration tbe number. Hot being In gcod health and with-i- t) butlntss uyteli. will tell r to aettle up this property (or let than the fame can be bought elMwber. A. JT. FELA ND, I ouflioru, &;. h) aj 4K-S- -- A.T Cocai-UousB Masonheimcr's Restaurant OrrosiTB -- cl $16 LOCAL MATTEIS. MARRIAGES. Fon Rest. Stanford. W.P.Walton. Deilrable s'.ore-roo- in Fon Rest. Two desirable dwelling bouses at Richmond Junction. Bright A Carran. r St. Valentine's day is coming, if we are to judge by the hideous pictures in the store windows. H. J. Darbt lots, 00x132 feet, between Stanford and Rowland, well located and accessible. I wakt to borrow $350 for one or two years. Will pay seven per cent, interest For naviculars call on W. P. Walton. H. offers for sale 12 building 'V.J. f I am making a specialty of canned fruits and vegetables this season. Persons desiring such articles will save money by pur chasing from me. 8. 8. Myers. . , W. G. Dun was arrested yesterday on a warrant sworn out by J. M. HolUclaw, toll keeper of the Lancaster pike, charg. leg him with forcing bis way through the pate. Trislatll A M The absence of Mr. J. W Hayden will not shut off the supply of bargains at his establishment. J. W. Rout will be there und see that all who favor him with a call, Hhall have what they want at much lew than cost. The g. h. lied as to one of the six weeks, RELIGIOUS. for the past has been as pleasant as spring. The heavy rsin ot yesterday was a warm Dr. J. V. Cox preached at the Metho one and accompanied by thunder and diet church Sunday night. lightning, but there are many changes in a Dr. E. O. Guerrant won CO additions It looks a if It would to day and to the church at Mobile, Ada., in his ten cold as blares in the morning. days' effort there. Evangelists Erans and Hopper have There are fewer office seekers in Stanford than In any other town In the State, made 51 converts so far in their effort to to Its credit be it said. Col. W. G. 'Welch save sinners at Louisville. Thero are but two copies of the Gutenwants the CoUectorship, but Is making no special eflort for it; Cipt. Tom Richards berg Bible in existence, and one of them Var-no- n was sold lait week In London for $19,500. desires the Postoffice and Mr. W. E. hankera after the Deputy District Rev. F. D. Hale, of the Seminary, has, and these are all that we have during 1SS3-8- 1, preached 075 sermons and Courier-Jouheard of in the role of office seekers under added CM member to the church. rnal. the new administration. ' r Rev. W.J. Holtzclaw, of the Southern between A conversation by telephone successfully Baptist Theological Seminary, at LouisNew York and Chicago was 031 miles, ville, will preach at Crab Orchard Baptist carried on Friday. The distance is from here to Huston, church on the 31 Sabbath at 11 o'clock A. It is only ten miles wire M. and 7 r. it. ville and the same to Lancaster. A After trying for two years to heat the If any sue is Btretched to each place, but have been carried on building with furnaces, the Christian ceessul conversations failed to be church has discarded them and resorted to for lo these many days, It has Stanford Jour was the old fashioned stoves, chronicled. The editor of this raptr S130 in the nal. Perhaps you arejsfilJcted liSeBro. foolish enough to invest will Deering, who prays thatjfbe Lord wlltrtwd Mock of the two lines named, which be good common eeaS!1.' difpoieoffor$60and thank the one who him "a janitor with has become of All the churches here but two hara disputs up the money, What Hustonville carded Btoves and ardjKiing farnacr-M- t. the proposition to sell the Sterling it next county court day. lint? Lets do Sentlnel-DemecratT Congressman William McAdoo, of New Jersey, and Miss Eva B. Hardy, of Lynchburg, Va , were married yesterday. A young farmer of the Mt Xenla neighborhood will be married on the 17th ioiL, to ft young lady residing near Bright's s:hoolhouae, If she doesn't change her mind like they very often do of late. The definite announcement is made in Brussels that a marriage has been arranged between Princem Clemonllne, daughter of King Leopold, of Belgium, and Prince Albert Victor, elder son of the Prince of Wales. Princess Clemontine was born July 30, 1601, and Prince Albert Victor has itrtt attained his msjority. At the home of the bride's father, W. O Chenault, Eq, in this county, Thursday, February 5th, at 12.30 r. M , by Rev. R. M. Dudley, of Georgetown, Mr. Daniel Cox Harber, of thla county, to Miss LIuie Chenault- .- Register. It will be seen by this that the preacher referred to in our last got badly left. at 12 it. Mr. Jos. W. Hay- dtn and Miss Annie Brown will become one after God's holy ordinance. The ceremony will be said by Eld. W. L. Williams at tbe residence of the bride's mother, and only the immedimate relatives will witness it. The young couple will loave at once for New Orleans and other Southern cities, where a portion of their honeymoon will be spent. Fuller particulars next Iwue. Jenkins & Wilson bought of John Q. Goodrum 12 mules, 15 hands high and from 3 to I years old for $115 per head. Bowling Green Times. Commissioner Bowman reports the acreage sown to wheat in this State is frem 10 to 15 per cent, less than that of the previous year. .The winter has been rerj Unfavorable. Samuel Power, widely known ai a breeder! nd racer of thoroughbred hortes, died at Decatur. III.. Saturday night of pneumonia, aged GO. He was worth a quarter of a million of dollars. Tbe deepest gold mine In the world, says the Alia Oiliornia, Is the Eureka, in California, which is down 2,200 feet, or 500 feet below the level of tho sea. The deepest silver mine Is the Mexican, on tbe Comstock, which is down 3.300 feet. Tom Robinson returned yesterday from Tennessee, whither he went to purchase two car loads of mountain cattle, but found on arriving there that the prices were too high to justify his doing so, very cts. common rcrubs relling at from 3 J to and upwards. The narrodeburg Democrat reports sales of 30 head of best cattle at 5 cents a 100 head at 4 to U and a lot of butcher cattle at 3J to 4L D. C. Terhune shipped 5 car loads of yearling mule to Tennessei ; in six days, for which he paid from $70 to $S5 per head. Gentry Bros., bought of various parties, 12 head of mules at $85 to $125. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. KENTUCKY, DANVJXIX, . on Mealiarrvedat all oysters Game alwayisimeoasoo, -hou-a- hand and in its fresh flih, and ilar delicacies served In all styles and n short notice. Look out far the sign ' Woodbine Restaurant" and call when you are hungry. 0 PARTIAL LIST OF r. TI. MABOSUEIMElt Jb COu Danville, Ky. FERRY'S Mill be mailed to all applicants and to customers of last rear Uhout nnlrrlnriL It contains Illustrations, crieea. descriptlona and directions for planting all BEKDS, BCI.HS, Vefetable PDCC' rfiLL &&. CIRCUIT COURT. fr H Fancy Groceries, ICirT EY ii T. E. WALTON, THE CHEAP GROCER: Mlncc Meat, Kroat, Oatmeal, Buckwheat Flcur, Macaroni, Cheese, Crackers. Tea Cakes, Prunes, Currants, Citron, Gelatine, Corn Starch, Prepared Cocoanut, Pickles In Barrel and Bottles, Flavoring Extractt,J3ean-- , Hcxnioy, dc. D.M. FERRY&CO.DEfc,T JUDGMENT SALE Dry Goods, Clothing, LINCOLN eirrrlccB .Cow of Course's DAVIS, JIALLOKY on SATURDAY OF EACU WEEK, A CO. ") y In Equity. vs. J W. M. HOWARD, AC. Br vlrtie of an order of the Lincoln Circuit Ct-Ithe abov cause, tbe undersigned lteciiver will Beginning Saturday, Feb. 7th, And ending Saturday, March 28, i(Al, commencing at 10 o'clock a.m. promptly each day. sell at public auction to tbe highest bidder tor CASH, oniy, a large, iretu ana vcu scieciea sues 01 Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hati, Notions, &c, store-roo- Managed by Jno. B. Fish, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Reppert taken rooms at the Newcomb Hotel. Madam Rumor says there will be a wedding in town about the 15th of this month. The saw mills on the K. C. railroad A great are doing a thriving business. deal of lumber Is being shipped away daily. The "boys," talk of organizing the brass band anew at this place. The lovers of music nre greally in hopes they will succeed. Oar jail is now empty, the two persons who were confined in the same, out their time and been discharged. Mr. Houk seems quite lonesome. Livingston only claims 7 open saloons at this time. One of the boys says that the beat custom they have is when they get togother and go round and drink with each other. Everybody is at peace down there now and they are having a fine hav-serv- of W. M. Howard In Crab At the brick Orchard, Kr. A spltudld opportunity is offered every one to purchase goods at nomlnaf prices. will also be sept open each day The store-roobetween the weekly Saturday auctions and goods told to Dorthsrers for CASH at their actual wholesale cost without rarrlase. 1VELCJI, Receiver. IF. N. B. All pawns Indebted br account to W. M. Howard will save costs by settling at occo with in Crab Orch- W. O. Hanrfordat the W. a. W. have ard. a. store-bor- ne ll-St-- Corporation Notice! 1. Notice is hereby given that T. P. Hill, J. W. Alcorn, 3. E. Bru e, Jno. J. MrRbert, I. M. Bruce, E. V. Owsley, A. A McKlnney. W. O. Welch and P. M. SlcKolcrtj bave formed an in corporated Company under the provisions olChap-te- r 64of the tleiitral statutes ot Kentucky, and have adopted and recorded articles of Incorporation In the Lincoln County Court Clerk's office. 2. Tbe name of the corporation shall tc "The Stanford Creamery Corapanj" and its principal otlice and pltce o( bullous shall be In or near tbe city ol Stanford, in Lincoln county, Ky. S. Tbe general nature ol tbe butltcss of said corporation shall be tbe p irehase of cream and tbe manufacture and sale of butter therefrom, and the purcLaie, feeding and sale of live stock to utilize the oflsl of the Creamery, i. The capital stock of the corporation shall be forty-fir- e hundred dollars, to be divided into aharea of cne hundred dollara each, and (hall be paldlnone installment when demanded by the directory. S. The corporation shall commence existence on tho 1st day of April, 16S3, and shall continue t) yeara. exist for the period of twenty-fiv- o C. The affairs of said corporation shall be conducted by a Board of five Directors, three ol whom shall constitute a quorum lor the transaction of business. Sa'd Directors shall he elected annually on the 1st Monday in April, and shall annually elect a President and a becretary and Treasurer, Said Directory shall have power to select and such other persons as may be necessary for the successful management of the affairs of tbe corporation. The Incorporators shall elect a Board of Directors, who shall serve until their successors shall have been elected and accented the office. 7. Tho highest amount of indebtedness of said corporation shall not at any one time exceed one thousand dollars. 8. The private propertr of tbe stockholders ol said corporation shall sot bo liable for tbe debts. J. E. BRUCE, President. w JNO.u. McROBERTS. Eec'y. y to 416-I- i t - ism- - i4 K James Maret has invented an electric signal by which he can work the train signals in the depot. It is made by attaching wires to an instrument by the side of the rail which Is touched by the wheels es they pass along, causing a bell to ring on his table. At tho last term of the Circuit Court Elijah Cox was indicted upon a serious charge. He came up Saturday and gave himself up to the authorities, wss tried and acquitted. The parties who were arrested on Sksggs Creek for kukluxlng were also tried and acquitted one day last weekj, to Miss Fannie Bragg will go attend the Female College at Stanford. J. L. Whitehead and M. C. "Williams went up to Williamsburg last Saturday night. Mr. W. J. Newcomb Is etaylng In the telegraph office at Stanford for a few days. A Mr. Lindram, of Eiet Burnstadt, is working In his stead here. time. r M tS Hi- - .. lis HACAN'S r tV tV l'w Uap ii. i ... i- - m I -- MSSsViKI: iinssrsvcr. Magnolia Balm is a secret aid to beauty. wlf ftess Many a lady owes her freshness to it, who would rather not tell, and jw; can't tell. .'. "- a VHt ' r I 7 , Stanford, Ky., j. MAY WOMAN AND HOME. FASHION HINTS AND HELPS FOR THF KITCHEN. A Woman's Exchange Women In Itevoln- tlon-O- ld Virginia Mince Tie -- Kissing February 10, 1885 CHARACTER IN FEET. BE JUDGED HOW PEOPLE THEIR PEDALtEXTREMITIES. fY BY Itrldes Home Treatment for Nervous Disorders. (The Century 1 There Is hardly an American family til which some momber is not a victim to somt sort of nervous disease neuralgia, hystcsla, tbo extreme of epilepsy, or tho mild form of constant "tire." Women, oftenor young than old. are frequently mere bundles of XontInt, Read and Remember nerves, thin and bloodless, living on mor- and valerian, known only in taelr MUwaukeeUHobe J omes or social lives by their sufferings, "DM you oeer notice that a great deal of Wilkwt Clmtgi wHh Spti character and diiposltiouit toll by ankle) which aro real enough to carry them to tho odgs of the grave, if too and feotP rocinrkoi.jopM friend to The SHORTEST AND QUICKEST MUTE medicine fc Globo mau as tbajpfir palled their chain up vague for any ordinary ff OK 1,01'linLLI TO TMt touch An eminent physician has bit upon to tho broad "vlndowi bf the Plankinton readtng-roon- i The day was sloppy and a treatment tor this class of Invalids, which J. nasty in tha njjqwn.a. The lauguld moisture is said to bo succesfuL Ho removes thorn they aro , built The oU Virginia houseATTOKNEY A.T hadn't energy .goja' to fill with a buiinoss-likoalr- . from homo, changes tbe whole material and keeper, when, sho withe to trako gtaj the Without fhihi la 8TANFOBD, KY., Altogether U waj a good day foi moral atmosphere about thorn, puts them to Learts ql her guests, gets the leaf and kidney KaiilU, MnphU, DR.. bed, and forbids them to move hand or foot fnt from a dJJ. t0 AtlantS, oavaaoab, All builnm promptly snd csrefullr biii hmi, Mniiomr ywOrlani corn-fethe study of ankloi and feet Cozlly en bullock, 'l' Jackaontfll, Mobil, arnf ptreet. an'SMnars sconced In tYelr. easy chair, tho reporter They aro overfed five times a day. Tho lack which she cbppi fine. Tbon sho gets a lot of Offlc on Lncster of exercifo is supplied by kneading tho entire raisins aiia currents, which are washed and anJ his friend ,ob3orvei the . XT. BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA body, and by electricity. Tho patient goes picked. Then she gets panorama of fact and persoi. eQmo citron nnd slices In Mac Oar Without Chant. LouliTllle,Ky., Cincinnati, 0., ani Indianapolis, to bed a skeleton and cotnos out, it is said, thsf up flue", likewise, somo apples. She mixes Tho rotmrlc of the philoiopli9r called atA Bom', Decker Bros.', lnd.,Uraleriinc1tlnway fat tention particularly tothe feet, and be is and rosy The secret of this treatment this up with do.t of flour, n proper amount Haloes', J. AC Flicher, VomAbom', Baldwin A SHORT LINE TO THE EAST absolute rest, and tho reduction of tho pa- of granulated sugar, and, after clandestinely Co.'s Cottar Upiltht and 8ouar l'lano Fortes; openoi somewhat In"! this whs Troit LoulnH,B ralCarewllheutchanr. 'There's a This notice forewarns hunters, flihermeo and and Haalltoo Organs. chucking in a couple of brandied peaches, tramp not to trwapaaaon our lanne wunoui per; also tbe Kaley, IJdhonlnser and terras to suit purwoman of 10, any wayv Soe, she wearj white tient to a condition of a mere animal at price Instruments If the principle bo correct, there is no chopped up, sho pours hi enough Freuch mlailon, ai all auch acta are llablo to be protected the Saaklnc homes stockings and don't care a, snap if shedooi EMIGRANTS Una at tlili readonwill chasers. Don't fit. your order till you get oui why every mother the law. DaoTllle, Ky, show injro of thorn' than i necessary. prices ant term. receive special low rates. Tbit reason tho treatment of skould not apply brandy to make tho whole mess jolly. These to tha full extentofJiarcn Blanerd. .y her nervous patient Ingredients are well stirred togethor. Now ',"" iv 8 A(dIi of thlt CVmpany for lalei, ronlei dbplay is not one fathered by vanity. Life it in UUIA ,. . rf. invvviwav.) D. McKlttrlck. Ac, or will c. P. ATMORr!, 0. P. U T Av A , W. Carpenter, has provod n sjrioai thlai.to her, no doubt, i(for sho is sure to havo one). Her husband for tho pa?try. This is the hardest part The II. T. num. d in tbe office or shop, ho grows flour must bd mixed with fee " Loulavllie, kr. Collegi. and sho is trving to save hsr skirts from bo-RU. a. F. Oobb, UtI UuVble, mmln'r mmlillf VTfuli allllal mm tl.fi.1. nt thinner and more irritable; ever- - month his tor, iomo powdered crackers are to B. K.D.Hhxxle. h.tii7, STANFORD, KY. she weaM a No. 5 sii5evThU indicate good appetite fails; he cannot sleep; complaining be added,, and, after, it is.. kneaded Illnlni J. F, Oover, w. a McCormack, B. t. A M. fl Lrtle, nature and a motherly, laving heart. She's of dull vacuity at tho base of his brain; of a into a dough and worked hardwith the flsts, O.L. Carter J.W.WeatbttlorJ, OHIO J. Hill, a comfort to hefamilybut, withal, when stricture hko an iron band about his jans. It is roll5dout'flat and lumps'of larl aro T. Vanoy, Wo, Burton, With a Full Corps of Teachers, If possible lift the ploughed Into It with tho thumb. There C. she says "no" taoy all know what it means. There is no time to lose. J. a. Murphy, J. A. Harris "Notlco that palrfir 'hinkllnj foot; they weight a little. J. M. Hill. lumps of lard are workod into W. Carter, Fifteenth Beealon Tbli Initltotlonwlllopeolt Adopt a similar, cheaper style of living, infinitum. If too much is put the dough ad P. Carter, J. 11. McAlliter, EJ. on tb 1st Monday In Veptembor next. belong to a girl not over IS yean old. Shj In, however, J. V. Jones, let the floors go uncarpoted, or take out the tbo crust is too greasy and T. J. Fwtr. lias loft the counter and is gtinj to dinner, brittle.. 16 muit Le T. M. White, J, Q. MontKomery n. A. UeneJlct, ALL THE BRANCHES OF A with Just nn boar in, whijli to walk eight money in the savings bank. There will come dry and flaky. Now put a layer of dough in If. K. Marcuu, WashlngtiiiTPriiiaidelphla no rainier day than this. Give him a month's a tin pan, V. F- Anion N.Y. blocks, eat her dlnnjraad get back to work, flatten it down, slice away thn M.T. Itunell, U J. Dartt. Mewtanl, absolute holiday, free from work and worry, jagged edges, and in goes the mlnco A. D. Aa she brushes past that ol 1 gentleman you THOROUGH ENGUSHCOUnSE moat 8. W.OlTtni. A 0 Newlinl. Tie only tin runntag feed him well, amuse him. Let Now, then, another layer feedblm, a her lost nndaUtUeabpra tho shoe-top- . lyrl cf dough on tor.; Jas. U. I'rawltt. AraUuibt, as wUas Thosj stockings aw fins, and of a reddish this holiday be taken in Ue country or press it down around tho rim; decorate It PULLMAN NSW SLSEFINO OASS on r, and fit to tho queen's taite.That somewhere his the water, out of sight or with cuts according to artistic fancies, and bearing of daily work and carei. Nine bako in a quick oven. There you Jiave ypur HARPER'S PERIODICALS, MUSIC, THE JCAKOUAQEa, JDUAW. dainty shos is notlargerthaa No. y, and IlfQ AND I'AINTINO. chances out of ten ho will comeback anew mince plo. as neat as wax. Tho'trnklo is small and It is conducive to nightmares and a whole Buffalo Bill show of broncho Her disposition li a fairly good one. man. rx tkis. Or is it one of tho boys w ho is palo, who horses, at least; but thould the minoameat raou Sho is quick, talks qulckV'.thinks quick Her ' has constant headaches, whose face jerks be carelessly slung together, should the Harper. Wekly........... oyo3 are dark, and she's a brunette' sure. LdnlNTll!e,Cinclnuall and Lex from IS to MO In th Majailne.M In Tuition, prle rant Sho takes offonss .oajlly, and wharf eh Is strangely id the spring, who has moody raisins and currants Lo too few. tbe suet too Harper's liiRtou, Ky W regular Deperlmente. Primary, ru; JnUnaedtaU provoked, rojontmsn? takes full possession of f Ancles, complains of injustice, has doubts of gross, the brandy too bad, tho "chuck" too nmri 0; Preparauuy, IW, and OolltglaU, 10. 2 - sho marries a man she loves, before the Bible, It Is the boy who Is bead of his base or tho patry too "sail," bowara of the Harper'i Younj Pesple lior. If she's 25 she'll bloom into one of the sweetest class, too. The lad does not need moral dismince plo. It biteth Hko the adder and Harper'i Franklin fiure Ubrary one year, For full partlctibui as t. Boar 4, Ac addreaa -- - ,0 (H nuniben) ..- .of womon. If she's crosjed in lovo or'does cipline, or appals to his feelings or his mauleth tbo consumer like unto a trip hamM, C. TmIJKHIIAKT, Srtaeijal, Connecting in ame depot with &at train for faith. Take him from school and from home; mer. United MR. 6 tan ford. Lincoln Co., 7. not marry before tho ago noted sho will' be Poatage tree t all subscribers In tbe turn him on a farm for a jear. He will States or Canada. isre-ve- an old maid for all she', wortb; a regular War 0H KlMlng Ilrlitrs. learn something there as ueful in his future old tartar. Weekly Wgln with the first TheTolumesoftbe ("Gosslpor'' la BC LouU Post Dliatch "There's her opposite. TSit girl couldn't life a3 Crook or geometry. Mako him bathe each rar. IVhen no Uine The Direct Ron te , Daa I understand that the young ladles are con- ouiubcrfor Januarrof underatooJ that the lirurnllopedltwlll be hurry if she tnod, , Hon leisurely she picks regularly, eat heartily, drink milk and beaf ville, if tea, sleep early in the evening and lata in tho templating the formation of an te tommtoca with tbe number next hoKway along.thsxwaUt. JThore, did you see STAMFORD. tocjety, for tho purpose of put- artrrtb receipt of order. morning. It U not tbe mind, but the ma that ankle! The stocklngfrauit lit it., it was chine ThuTolumfiofthe Mijulne besln wl h Ibe ting down the barbarous practice of kissing number" tot June and Decraber ol each jear. All Virginia and Kortb Carolina that needs repairing. stocky and tat. Her lfuibi and anns are Or is it the mother's own arm or head that bride immediately after tho marrlago Wbeo no time la ipfclfled. It will be underatooJ E. H. BURNSIDE, PoinU. largo and fat. She is Woll developed, and curFor ticket and further Information, ayply Tho usual rule ii for every malorela. that the subscriber wlibei to txgln with the you may botshe-aas.brohair, blila ve wnures uur wna neuralgia i At any case rent nouibir. an J tho most chanalnjbfi'coaiplexioas. Jf er give tho suffering part beat and absolute tivo and connection to tbe most distant Woll - Known reerveemtllckttoare.erW, E. ARROLB, W:!,,?? Aft ItemlttancM ahoulJ be made by rotiofflce Money Thla Old degree and evory woman present al tho wedl Ticket and J'u. Aft AJtrUlB shoo is a thregj And at least two rest, wrap it in cotton and flannels to exclude Order or Dratt, to arold ehaace of loss. Maintains itg Hotel the air. Let the arm stop its workinz and ding to form in line and mouth the ixxjr erKewjpjrexura not to copr this adreillKnent IfcMfoHrlhiTe., LulittltMC; on it UHfaetsnatL-Oneotwj stray tho brain its thinking. buttons 0. W. A Brothfra. tTW ot H. Y(. rULLEK, bride until the last one has claimed the priv- without tn eaprna order Hign locks will escape rotu.Uw) back hair, ani in cJen'l rM'r ia?t. Oan'l Uaaxr. AKD In short, the home treatment of all nerv- ilege and has been satlsfloJ. It is enough to AdJitfs HABPEB A BBOXllklW. New York. a measure sho will glvo you the impression UWm4. TlnlnU ous disorders should be based on three words deprive tbo occasion of all its charms for a i DtnBiaee! that Proprietor that her clotbui wara flred at her from a Iti ShEll be Seeend to bo Countrr sweet young thing to stand and look around change, warmth, rest shot-guand havo stayed whare they foil it on an assemblage of several hundred people At 25 sho will besom? coarie and probably Eotol ia tbo State ia its Fare, KEHTUCKY CENTRAL A Woman's Excliaux. and know that she has gpt to press her lips 1 gross, but nothing on earth will over materAppoiatnenti,, or Atten on every mouth In It, attractive' or otherI otfer tonal my Farm at Hang'Di Fork BrlJte Ne York Eettr 1 ially disturb tho calta serenity of her dispoto Comfort of ttoB "imHC-Gt-RA- fl HuslonTllle turnpike, ciotaln. qq lteu(e.M sition, The 'Exchange for Women's Work has re- wise. The big mouth, the little month, the fng tbo Stanford 'e Ind, 10 their Quests. O&'i A ore of Hoe v Shortest and Quickest Bonte from Geo loot's drop her and glanco at tin neit pair cently moved into Its handsome now quar- thin lipi, thick lip, clwpped Hi, big Upj, Arr big rery rich bottom land, all wll Nne-epurplenty uf water for stock ani domestic of shoes. These aro" clad in warm overshoe. ters on Fu $h avenu .and will open them wot lips, and every other varloty of lips, Kentucky to all PoinU North, against putting In Baraa; nlllbcoTro t aiarroaatk U poses. All ersons Tha foot are covered with soft with a recoptlou, for which 2.0CO invitations mustcumo jn for a share of her attention be- grain, paiturlng or are warned wttb thli place In f But, West and Southwest. tkarg. Special aceoaiBodatlOB meldlloz lo ConaarelalTrafiUrti The Bar will a subdQedcolor. If it weren't for the havetofti Sent out. Bishop Petter is going fore she can call her mouth her own, and can any ibapa uiilm aulborUnl by tue, a I will . Fast tin Between with th (hole! alwaj Window you'd bear the soft rustle of a silk or to deliver an address, and 3IU Clara Loulso devote it exclusively to the one perso.i she all ucb partlm to the f ul! extent of th law. EEXI.VGTOX A CIXCI.N'.VATI braadi of Llaaori aid Clt an. cares to kiii. Tbe society wjllbut down on ir. ?t. UKWiis, satin dress, and without a glance at the faco Kellogg, E. Cholmeloy Jones and Henry 40) it Bawllni, Wyoming Territory. In Effect f). I. iJ, IHi. all klising at public . recepitoni, and w ill you would recognixe tho' bale, boarty Hillier will sing. This Hxchango a for Trade M.rS. MDKHiT'H NHECIl'It', of half a dozeu, pretty cherubs up Women's Work was started about tti9 same countenance only private salutations from tbe town. You would Lnotr ber hair was white time that tho Society of Decorative Art was members of the two families. The (treat English Itemed, ,i. and wavy, and that ber eyes wore bright, started, and Mrs. F. B. Thurber and Mrs. MemoEnglish anil American flirts. poiltlr cure E?4sir It a tVoss of Brala for Weak NtrroU and of that indiscribable cobr so near of kin Joseph Choate were chlcjly imtrumental Jn Powr. ry, (Cflirpnlcle "UnJertone."! THE INTERMOR JOURNAL to the more beautiful grays and blues Her its organisation. It is one of tbe most.de-sorvin- g i Ksbauttloo, Bfiulqal Wuinrav Ve bare still a deadlier danger to fear Institutions in New York, nnd I am IinpAUney. and Oahtral Lot 01 character is a combination of all that h And tbe LouUrllle than tbe Introduction of. English manufacTower p! the (JaneratlT Orgtnt; Ijvely. TbogoUoCRJsMteea tried as by happy to say that it bos made a success. It nslldltrrs tblt follow at a Jlr and tho dross qf pride, hate and envy certainly has done a. great deal to help tures. I saw in a Londoij paper the other BffarslaWfl:. aueneee rOUlbful lwpruJet)C4) oi Courier-Journ- al day a statement that an English lady in Las all vanished, JJJaybo the teit don't tell women to help themselves, and that is its V tbe exceaaol matured yeara, ucti TrJ.MrV. ! town could not possibly go Into society on a mm a UnlTtrtal Ijullude.i-aius that, but tliey suggest It principal aim. One year for onlr 83 two puxra for little of YUlio. back, Dlianeu Tbe Society of Decorative Art is bound lower nllowanco for divsi than IW pounds "Hero wo get nnotUr iair of foot that more than tbe price of one. 5 T V "3 3 "3 "3"'. oiterdi. 2.. passaB down by such tight rules that the average sterling year; that in the country 40 pounds ptizdo us. Tueyjaro planted tlnnly an I di BB'HB 333B3 rav thai lead 10 Inuultr case of re'Tiil nitbily on the walk. Tb ankbi are round woman is cut off from its advantages. It sterling to CO pounds sterling might do. you till rrcrlve for one year By paying in II i In all cxk'itir l, tbe Weakeeu the relae act Uka a only receives a certain kind of embroidery Great Scotl Five hundred dollars a year Your home Diiw--r with the neatly, and their dressing U faultlo - charm, reatorlns lea or f Jlnf ! Turuugh tho ,ugly,goisamer yoj fani?y yea ami a certain siyie 01 decorative painting, for dressV Why, it takes tha;t t,o kefp n girl rtprrscniatlTa newpapr of the Soutb, tlomocr s brilliant m tuK ic ana lor riTcauiuuir, mu iu In Ico cream nnd 6ysWrs for a year, mjre nc- - brightest laria lor family weekly In tbe United or. elTlni to the ereto th cheek can almost soo.tte,llUi3j!rillowy form of a aud all others are ruled out; lut the aBas.BB.qaa.B andntarkllnibtautr. and ablest ceworlos of preliminary proceedings in court-shi- State. Tbote who delre to rurulne a sanipl tbe roy Uowm of health. - i fcc.oty girL 8fae mustjba about UJ, and bei Women's Work takes anything MterT.k;.at -u- -) can do at tblt offlis. Send me an English girl who can dress copy of tbe Courier-Journpedfle It old by all Drohtlil hair and eyes ro certainly dark. Her head that a woman may do that is good of its j ISS2B!u Pea M 1 for 14. Alto by (Irerpackaife.cr lx packa IM kind, from high art embroidery to pickles In Bau Francisco for 40 pounds sterling will be well poUed pu graceful sho'ilders, r mall. potagefr, on receipted price. a year, and I will grapple hsr to my seal i SBBB9 tnd sho is cjrtalnly. accomplished. f "She and proeorves. If you are going to have a arVull parllculara In psmphUt, whlcb will be with hoos of steel and wear bor in my beurt ry appUcauU AiUrva all cominji( plays palnht. Her complexion tea party, and want some ligfct home-mad- e mailed free to munication to the tole QMnufketnr'r. will puzzle hojbeslJrlend,anl shs u good to biscuit, you can order them from the ex- of hearts. Two hundred dollars a yearl CO., ? $ ftVltU.lY Mf.DMV.XSF. City, Mo. her friends, too'Iettlng tbftm ma as much ol change I know of one lady w ho mako f 1 J a Hevcm! The plain crdinary sweetheart's Kanut I know what a filling Bold In Stanford by Penny A McAlliter and all hr nature as she ever shows. She ts week byhome-mad- e orders for tea buicult Any flchus Icost that. that don't oarly aupply of 11 bu BB5BBB BB SBSBBB3 the ) Drugzliti eury where. anysm relive cake3 can be got there, U.bjt am surfr and generally quiet in her kind of y AaTllua l'KTaa a wo., n no.ini .is 'a i". Sari Francisco girl d uumior. fiba4tvUL nnrry some as well a3 the most elaborate kinds of fancy thing a plain, oyery-daLouIitI iii tvr r wears would swallow up the fJOO a year. .C d ly, and tbo ckaaces aro mare tha eve.-t- h w ork. p ? ?2 The exchange is a thoroughly practical After all, the old country hni soma proit r liuslianU ,be well o.T, or he ulll T. l i mt lint liiiultaH.lft O.LV a!!! 1 institution, and that is ore of the reasons ducts that iro worth importing. MISSISSIPPI 0. W. OHIO mi I attend receptfooSyW a sociotywbman forlu succow. It is conducted on a broad I H r id A . r " K SI A Fretful IIuate. and apioar content twith life, all the time and liberal principle, too. Both Mrs. I? o j I 5 JJ5?,SI JH S rfdC 5 -- The DlrKt Route te- Baltimore Herald ttiriin; a dolro that almost chokes Ber some-tl.ne- s Thurber and Mrs. Cboite are women of Are you falling, try Wella' HetLTn I'.s is to be more dreaded than the generous ideas, and Iheir object is to help psmxA, a puxo, ciean, wuyit'Bome Koboitees to bo and do tomethlng better. "Tlioro's another, ah ojd maid, certainly. women to earn their living n the manner nr wro frets under ber duties. If she is -ta . I IX.U Mil ! I I You juit catch a quick glance at her trim for which they are Lett flttod. The new alisentrtnlndcd at th) tiblo and contcIou4 of m q2 m M u O Tor Bndn,NfTTf.Wnmach. IJr, KlJncu, (ft j- -i ll. loot-top34 I i. tlie bl anders in the horvico she U an aflllctlou She's a blonde with blue oyui, rooms of the exchange aro very handsome; Luaxi. An I'licxiualed lurltfurant. Cure and Southweit by the way of Northweit P In those days of oj go. anklo llrni, ltt - tho chin isi square, and full, Indicating but made bandsomo decorate art a place can id all about her. is mistakesall An easy, BBSB3B I 3Xi A g 3 3 B B tin- bor 1,0 VIS VILLI: or CIXCIXXATI. worth the angel's with comparatively ittcitlve boarlng jlenoting determlna le Headache. Fever. Ajrue, Chills. tO 0 Ol 90 J Oi Ml ! 9 I II jn. tt 58 fool and wine and jelly in creation; for is it Her now i rfightiy arched, and when little exponso. & Leartnj Chattanooga tor sho urrts a thing positively you are con- not tho essence of tho angel iUelf that 8SsS!SS'Sg,S Iirllle and Clnclnnvl make I CO Women In ltetolutlon. ivLlch puts ns thoroughly at our easof Obllv-Io- n Nice to take, true merit, unequaled for iirvd that Mm is dead sure of it Public -e M direct lonnectlon at tbete joint with tbe Light TnODln I IUCD ami Ulnh, PHHBBB.3B BB is an absoluto esviitlal attir the gmsts Exchange J ojiiilon doesn't turnL'r Sho thlnki dIdk nit'ics- - on tie "hlu A Mlnitilppl for tit Woaknofls, Swpats, Nervous rkjxual DecUne. i -! Ixiul ani all polota Writ. OUHU s mid works. K Exercise keeps I Either singly or in riass, women were the are seatod at the table. One inuit be ber Malaria. Leanne.f, nt DniriUls. r 5l.' of mistakes If they occur. "Wo have b5t, 6 for S3.00. h iwfect tono, physically, and you ar authors of some of the most important 0n' nm IuItIIIj or I Incln-11 H I K. H. Wiits, Jersey city, N. J., U. H. A. a va-o-i '"a j i certain sho w jrks botti for the money aul eriles of tbo rovohlion. The initiativo known Initances where an evening hai been llOUI O tiatl to St. Lou , htlai two bojri : . S9B9 ' SB I I I ! n.Mlal employment buoIScU Indonondon. act of the struggle, tie famous netitlnn of marrod by tho obviom anxiety on ths part of ciJlcltr tbitiany other line, gtr)n;our peswajen time for mal and fint choice of Mt In tralm I tni', anl u worker, shexlOej not soem as old ' the Champ do Man, which demanded that tho ladles that nothing should go amUi. In going Weit. consequence, everything went wrong. Lot nor will sho ever look her age. j "i.either Louis XVI, nor any other klmr be- rTT-,,- n 1 ni,iAlA ToOaiaha and . . l,r..!.l -. U'luin- Shu nrnm nM al. . ,,ll .1, mj iiwm. ,..' pi s n it "o r. I'm aj c.vuiu lj muKuiini, nas urawn un uv a us then have frequent entertainments and V, LaUUlO VUtuaUl yonltban by any 11 giacetully, and will be the rarotof all woman, Mmo. llotert, nee Kerallo. In the lea oxpenilvoouei. Ine golnf by way f Chicago B3BBBHIH5 SBSBiBQdSE woman ix charming old maLl who make tunning of the Bastl) i and at tho fote of A Superb Winter Costume. MAY.NVIaM.E HKANC1I. every man so fortunate as to meet har federation, Micholet pronouticos women tbe the Exchange. r wonder why sho never married. prima movers. It was their energetic con'.Sjo.ii, iTfoTTi.- "Yes, feet and ankles: indicate something duct which crowned with auceess the event Noaiit-BoUKA New York letter docribes a surb winDally Alwayt make- iu..M r.uiny f Ex, Que. of character, but thU sort of thing don't buy of the fith and CtU of October. 17S9, and ter costumo composad of brown fox, sealskin Buchu-Paib- a a Know you ro tlrou of my brought Loub from Versailles to Paris. velvet and cachemire des Indes. A vory uinnerj, uiiu Con Lto Certngton. ...;.;.'m.'.'.'.7.'.".Z "fH'am 42 Si) pm 00 ItemnrkaMo Cures of Catarrh of the chitter About people I neror meet. Lut'a A French historian has truly said: wjdo band of fox was on the first skirt, n " Lexington Bladder. Inflammation; Irritation of Kidpm a Pari have a fresh cigar.1' "Womon wore the advance guarl of revolu-Hon.- " tccond bind of volvet falling plain oyer tho neys airl Bladder, tf tone or Gravel Dis5 20 pm Arr Mlllenburg 8 10 a ui' 3 47 p eases of tho Frottate Oland, Propxcal Thus the advocacy of great men, and band, of fur iji deep cut Van Dyke rofetoons, to all Line at . With l frt iviiiie, r vv SurelllnfrK, Female Diseases, Incontinui 6 U7 pw 11 tbo activity and vigor of wem-- n themselves which partially covered tho fur, Oerthe He Worked fur the Company, .. " Oo p n j Johdabn ence of Urine, all llsvaca ot ibo Oenlto- at X . IA " Mayitllla...... . seemed in the early days of tho revolution to whole, in irregular draperios, fell a iealkiti-colorottvorgla Cracker iTrtoArv Oniirtrf In rllhM- - iur. Pnr riii- St. Louis and Intermediate Fointi. iu )j h ijii 7 Pia tunlo of cachemire de Indes. jUI l he&IUiy. r Uaaatrxal OlUchances hje ptcnlo on tho bunks ot the portend tho opening of a new era for the feDuring a recortt Ro:it "KoTjT aiso -- qnapin-s injection t lour." eacn u. male sec Out the authors of the revolt loopiugs hi the. back are made ihorter than Chnttahoochio some Atlautii bloods No Ferries! Xob'tunlbiisTrauB-fen- s Dslly Dally cither contracted or fir SIFrtIMb,use C'lmpln's ConsUtu-Howished only to oso tho women for the ad- thoog of las bjfiion. Over tho jacket corsage J Ex. Bun. Ex. Sun to enjfoecr a skiff race. Whan the herotUtary IRint, was attached 19 BltUTr fnipT II no per bottle, and tippet of fox struggle was t IV beit one of the bkilN up-- vancement of tholr own ends. No sooner Lie Mayarllle, S 45 a Otiapin'a HyphJlitlallUs, $i00; aadCha-pjn'- s Conacctlonsmade in Union Depot, c3t. Louli, nud emptied ite trruocctyxinW into the was tho Insurrection gotten well under way fur, iding in tails of tho animal. On tho " J 011000 ..MM.. .H..........M UAV, m UOpr m I33pn SypUIItlo Bait. Jl.00. 0 bottles 11 with train of lluet going Wot, Northwest and Carlisle 7 21 a u 3 water. There was immediately n great than they dosorted their worthy coadjutors. first tall of each tide was fa'toned a vorv Syrup; of nils, 1 flalro, by Express on sipu Southwett. " Mlllertburg. 7 41a ru 3 00 pm receipt of $10 (X, or at Druieists. jwinlc and effort to savo tho two men. Ono In the beginning they encouraged them in small muff of the same fur, with a cunning to any Klnt, call on or Arr llyouaregilng West H 10 a iu 3 35 K. H.WntttS. Jersey City. N? J., V. B A. p ni the foundation of clubs, and applauded their fox's hbad upon it wrltoto the undertone 1. " Lesington, old party on the V?K capered up and down, 9 10 ni 0 CO pm " CiTlnjrlon ardor In tbo cause, only to abolish those For lull and reliable Infurmttloa In regard to II 5oa yelling at every: jaaip: 8SJ urn d Tha Man. Land, Ac , In tbe Weatern Hutea, Iap, Uulde "Savo that rearheadod man I For hoaven'e club, check this ardor, and finally thrust and lorpit iixdal ratee lor Tickets and ilouiehold mJfWJktrTn n No. 0 run dally froaa KnoxTilk The Stentor. 1 VwUyvl man I sako land WlaenWter sod Lexington to CeTlngton. Great tbom back into their old position when the ' Uood to atl point West cull on or addre Tho golden rale in dross U tokeepcloarof O. II. ILBOPI Train Ho. I runs Tla LeXloston and Bcott, don't lot lMtSWed'd man drown 1" end was gained. Mirabeau, Danton, Role-plerrn.i d cot yla Wlnchcter ani Pirl. The Ag't Ohio A MlulnlppliUllirayi Tancnger man nevor woars and othors soon nut a mriod to thU extremes. Aud when ttiAy iftctt)klh savod one of Train Ko.0 dally except Sudday Harrodilftira, Ky women's movement The republic was grad- anything striking or peculjar, and his garFOR tho rescuers W, B, 8ATTUl,, ell party: rU,but UMl' f")" CimlnSatfto W.WRKAPPP,'t. , ually mergqd into tho empire, wWeh was the ments are always of the best material out) yowfc, Faa. Agl, atSJv'iR d 0n'l man your "Was that Prei't and coup de grace of the aspirations of tfee women C. W. 1'AKItJ, Catral Piueoger Agent, Cioilnntl(Qhlo. orjTSO. "Not Th empire not only dissipated their day- will be observed, Is just tho tiniu in both , ,G hat Ukea lh "Somo relation, prefraWyf k4 la U tile of Out clut ol dreams, but it fastened tho Napoleonic coda cMtyi$XVB ?UQl1sto aW,.iowyerr.thatr "Naryprob.r '' fn9lltt. .n4, Mutt.. the Eolit.wiad wlio Udi butjobUnlt hutejfdf alniott ualrer.il you k anxious to hare about their nocks. This was a fatal moment "AVoll. why TO s narsW for women's interests. The general publlo of t,rtvWjciapo ,euibninjpiiri vrblri Mustang Liniment,! s uiucr man WVwtad mi urn riRps , Un i saved, tbejiWb Munritr mu. m u Blrltart. . had not forgotten the mauy disorders la it oOmes to Bonding his trousers to tile shoe, most men, And used m f "Why, the (tig got a 910,000 M of more and flUiwoa III IirorJtr H Vrdcoikjit, lh putftlc aa4 now tiolt policy in tho presenti" - tha leading ModW B.r.V.3lQWiE, w. n, wuiTTLEasr, amonamore every year. tj'i i4 ii aajngw Agent, Trsr. I'm. Agent. CtaofrinaUjniH clHMo(thoU4o. WILL YOU BUFFSU wlln Dyipepila and Llr. THAT HACKING COUGH can be o quickly A. U SMITH. Cbvlnzton, Kr. Washing KHMaaaaaaar LitlnzVMT. U cared by Salloh's Cure. We guarantee It. For er Complaint; 8hIloh'a Vltallzjr 1 guaranteed to DraUTufd. Tt. .curtain locturo H. W. FULI LEU, itr SoMbf tlrunttti, , worth all the lJBb world for teachGeneral Mansjer ate by Penny & AIcAHitcr. cuieyou. Fr lcby Penny A JfcAIIiler. len. tv lWetl.00. lug 'lis virtui patlenco and Ion; suifto I'lillenoplier' Obiernttlons While Oar ing nt t!ie,iivc?Siunrn8 Panorama of IVct ml Person on a Damp, fcdoppy liny. v XiXSI V. HUFFMAN. ItJshlmore American. AND PAPER HANGER. As tho winter steals upon us, bo do the Mtin oirm, two doors start mince pla. The inollow gold of tbe Ones oouin tiao Frcico Celling ftpir Hanging a Speclatty.tl All pumpkin is fading, and tho flerco boat and Puro Nitrous Oxids Qss sainlnlstersil when Ordara iTotuntlr Attended to. mtj 4C9-stimulus of .tha mince meat Unacotaary to 8riroan, Kr. warm up the blood, which congosl under db. yr. B. PINNY, tho Influence ui tbo frost Tho mlnco, pie it Look, upou u-flutter down and lights comIt STANFORD, KENTUCKY. placently in our homesteads. It drags it door lo IKTX- t i.ui.i iImiL leaden crust into tho depot restaurants, and niORJouRBAtoffleo. Office boms nraStoU a. it twitters exultantly before us as wo look it, tnd 1 to 5 P. M. AnMthttlcs administered whrn taatlllonlianJ with s choice Ilea of CaVerand Uit-ly- r. upon tho bread expanse of tho lunch necemrr. Bread, fresh at (til tlmea. Also a treat) line p( ... , counter. . . , TtfTyiol all kinds. I am aUo prepared to do A groat many peoplo cat mlnco plea, but bakluz for cmtoiueri. All orders for Icing anJ ornamantlug executed at abort notify. thoro are not a great many who know how 30J-:- t T. IXARHIS, IjA.'VV, which they had participated, and was un friendly. Tho codlflers were do old follow. crs of tho Roman law, and Bonaparte, woman's ovil genius, wai Tho spirit with which ht entered tho be task may ujon judged by his remark to Id colleagues "A husband ought to have absolute control over the actions of his wife; he. hat tbe Hghl to say to bor: Madame, you, shall BOt go out; madanio, you shall not go to the theatre ; maJame, you shall not see such or such a person." Old Virginia Mince Pie. nWMMMAti AUBX. ANDBBSOBT. ATTOnNBY A.T TjASW, W. OF. McCEAKY Ii a cudlJto for re proientitlrt of Lincoln subject to tho union oj the democricr. Jcouo-tj- r, DANVILLE, kr., MILIiKK JOHN Will rrsctlee la the OoutU of Bojls sad adjoining Lincoln counlisIncsQiltdste 'or, repreMnUllr of to the setlon Court of Appeals. esuntlM sad la ty th nxt LtfUlsturo, subjMt deinoeruy. of tbs SI B. FISH, A.t XjfV fVir!nmllonf Roekaut Circuit Court InA MuUf II. tt Attorney r Will prsctlce la tho Rockcutla Courts. tions ipeclilty. Oflce in Court-house. Collec- IMJ auno x. jr. nosiYEY, Through Trunk HOUSE PAINTER! THK ORIAT Line nu . ml J. TTBAJtRXB ui Mttm SOUTH & WEST well-grow- d C3r. 10-- -- Water ever-shifti- POSTED! Baldwin 1'oit-otBc- o, Co., .. over-worke- Stanford Female CHEW Kentucky's W er. llouto Eaat body-colo- well-turno- d. ..-- TEEMS MODE HATE. A OLWtBAIN Biair...... - WASHmGTON OITT. if MYERS HOTEL, KY. and Still Bopntation, York. ceiv-mon- y. 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