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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885021301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Stmt volume xrn. OARRARD nal 9 rl rl Mi 'ntefiof Itmfti&l STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1885. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 418 Aa she waa hurrying along the next morning to post her letter, wrapped in dainLancaster. Written for the iMiaaioa JouaxiL.) ty furs from chin to boot, ahe almost ran Mrs. B. M. Burdett was called to Sundown in the country; the west aglow; against a very stylish looking rubllihca Tuetdaw ana Friday, Germantown Wednesday by the lllnesjs of tbe soft October wind robbing the maples almost past they both wheeled man. When suddenly. . her mother, Mm. J. II. Walton. of tueir caudy leaves and lifting tbe btown "Why, Maggie, Is it you?" T. G. Steveni haa roomed hi confeo-tloner- y curls from the brow of a girl who had ANNUBl 83.00 "Hal " exclaimed Maggie. recently climbed op the farmyard gale and was lookto the new store-roo"Dr. Dean now," laughed Hal, drawing to purchased by him near the court house. ing towards tbe setting aun, with her lovely Whan paid etrietly to advance. If we have TS. U just tlme'ta.30 will be charxad. bought face full of discontent. Large brown eyos her hand on his arm. "My office wait ur The old Maioolo Hall lately arpund the corner and I'm on my way by Mr. Jno. Woodcock will be used as a shaded by tha longest lashes, a head covhome now; will you go with me, Maggie?" millinery store by Mluei Logan A ered with brown curls, a complexion all W. P. WALTON. "But," she exclidmed, "where is papa lilies and roees in spite of sun and wind IN- and mama Dean?'' Mr. W. 0. Rigney Is an applicant for a girl not yet turned her seventeenth year, Magical Wall Paper, Wines. "You see they were too old to be left on Drugs, CONSIDERED. the Adams Ktpresj Company agency. He supple and graceful as a young antelope. GlRUl ArULYriCaXLY Liquor Chemical, BookH, InHlrtiemeaaVav the farm alone, and my practice was in Olrld are of few day and full of mischief, will likely get it as the people prefer having In the kitchen good old Mrs. Dean's fried Stationery, ClKars, Pocket town; sol sold tbe farm and have a house Soapfl, Tolinccos, Cutlery, Oils, doughnuts and sliced snowy lightbread for aad whosoever It deceived there!) la not the office in town. here and a goo I practice." Perfumery, Lamps 3fackl Fire Anus, wise. UmlncH his baen brisk in the Police supper. Diwn the lane the farmer and his Ncedltxu. How handsome Hal had growr; how When tbe fair young girl cheweth her Conrt this week. Bsyertl citei of little son came home in the wagon piled hlh Our Jorrclry, Silverware and Optical Goods Department U In Charge f OL. very elegant in manners and drees Msg111 Repair Watches and Clocks promptly aud la tbe bosC gum with greater haate and alampeth her importance were.dipoiei of by the Judge, with corn. The beautiful landscape, the Thos. Bichards, n ho vr gie thought of tbe banker nnd the letter in style. hum of induitry and sweet content, all failpretty fool, do thou look out. Capt. Isaic Singleton. ber pocket and felt sheepish. He didn't The fascinating game of euchre la be ed to cheer the fretting girl. Even the She cometh forth In the treeing in low seem particularly amorous either and said neck and ahort sleeve; but a morning coming quite fashionable here and we ex farmer's bluff, good natured greeting, as nothing of her promise to be true. ehelleth in bed while her mother hunt-let- pect aoon to hear of some young lady the wajon rolled through the gate she had It was a pretty cottage that nal led Magslipped down and opened for him, brought proposing a progressive euchre party. gie into. Io a pretty parlor Mrs. Dean, in Whan iIimI'S bill tinklelh ehe aland, The beautiful froitoi windowa of our no response, and when Hal, jumping off the n black lustre dress and white lace cap waa eth at the window and jearnelh for a beau, business homes ex:ite much admiration. back of the wagon closed the gate and knitting, with a look of great content on and when he cimeth ahe doeth up hia They were not, however, painted by that taking her chin in his hand, asked what In list slippers tie her mother! purie. He wrappeth the buffalo robe about excellent bo He artist, James 'Crow" Dil- was tbe mitter, the big tears actually rolled farmer waa reading a paper from the depth do'wn her cheeks and the lumps in her her and hueth her much and elayeth out lon. of a big chair. A plump, blonde woman A Bwiat immigrant while in an Intoxi throat nearly choked her: birond hie time, and the llverr min ad- not older tharkerself sprang to greet Hal. cated condition Tuenliy, full, striking hia "What is it, Msggi.?" wiping the tears data four good dollan to htf bill. "My wife, Margie," said Hal, stooping to In the (reals, he hleth hiarelf away to head on the curbing of the pavement, .from her face, 'what hurts you or who haa causing a piloful bit not dangeroua hurt you?'' asked Hal, growing instantly ktsi the little woman. "Mother, father1 her father' aaaiioa. lie goeth In and here is Msggie!" fierce. Hal was a big, broad shouldered aittelh by the ire, and ere he leaTeth he wound. After the usual amount ot kisses and One of our fairest and sweetest young fellow.with a frank, handsome face, to look poppeth tbe question and ahe umpetb at Is going to leave us next week to at which at times waa to respect and like questions bad been given and asked, tbey ladles the chance. news had come long ago When the cock croweth he taketh hit make her home in Louisville. A prominent mm. Maggie waa a little asbamed now told Maggie that saying that ahe waa to marry tbe banker er will come to claim and told with drooping eyes of her discon departure, and, when he remembereth the Louisville and Hal had fallen io lave with hia wife tent. emallneae of hta aalarr, he kicketh hlmaeli the honor of accompanying her there. and married her. Mm. John McU)berts, of your city, Is "Tbe world is so large and bright and and caofipareth himself to an aw; yea, "It is better aa it is, Maggie, is it not?" a guest of her son, Mr. R. E, McRoberta happy, am I to be ahut from it always, juat rerllj. Dloomini ton Through Mail. said Hal, and Maggie aald thoughtfully: this week. Mr. W. 8. Furgerson has re- buried hart?" 1st. That Dr. Bourne is a graduate of one of the beat New York JXedkeal-Colleges- . Mmnamcd Aiiticlu Catgut ia deriv turned from Covington. Mr. Geo. W. "Yes." Siwel. "There are worst places than the farm, ed from aheep. Bettii ia able to be out again after an Maggie, aud I want you to love it, my pet, His Faith Cobk. Wife John, what ia The strawberry la not a berry. of several weeka. and stay on it always with me." this "faith cure" I read of ao much? 2d. That he is an old Druggist, having learned the business in Lexington The tubtroai ia not a roaa, bat a poly Tho cold wave that struck ui Tuesday Husband Marriage, my dear marri- and had an experience of over eight Hia face glowed with honest fervor, and years at the prescription case. antb. was certainly very rongh after the springnot misunderstand 8jilinwiK doeimlcintai-- t a puticle like weather we bad been having. The ahe could he had never spokenhia meaning, age. although Wife I don't understand how marriage thus before, 3d. That his Medicines are all fresh, just from the laboratories of 2$cr of wax mercury stood our degrees below zero but she turned off without answering, and can have anyth'lnz to do with it. Please York and Philadelphia. ed lie her Cleopa'ra' needle was no' rrc Wedneaday morning. Those of the "kids" they walked in silence to (he houee. explain yourself. Mr in her honor. who happened to porecea a pair of skates Husband Well, before I married you 4th. That he does not trust to others, but puts up his own hands all The table was laid with snowy cloth, the Watlebooe it not bjne and contains not and the coal dealers were the only ones sliced bread, doughnuts, strawberry jam my faith led mevto believe that you were a entrusted to his care. any of Iti properties. who relished the change. perfect angel; since I married you I have and tea, with Mra. Dean behind the urn. no hiatorical cannec I'ocap'y'x pillar hd 5th. That he keeps all Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals and Show Case Arts, "Here a letter for you. Macei" said been entirely cured of tbe faith. That is MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. tloa with (bat peraonage. clea usually kept in a first class Drug and sundry store. the farmer;" Maggie was very quiet now; what is called a faith Turkish baths did nvorlaina' in Tin Managed br Jna. B. Fish. Call. "and it beam the city postmark. I wonder ker and ara not batLe at all. Gtb. That his prices are just as low as good, pure remedies can be sold. The Mike (something of an invalid) The mercury went down to S' below if your rich kinsfolk can be a writing to 'd in GerHerman silver wu you?" doctor says Ol must dhrink o'run for me xero Tuesday night. 7th. That Dr. Bourne's New Drug Store is opposite the Myers HdstBt many and contain! bo aitrer, 'icience. It waa from M iggie's aunt, writing her blood. There will I a Valentine part at the Stanford, Ky. A fashionable youth of Harlwall, Ga., Joplin House Saturday night, the 14tb. to visit her in the city. Ten years before Marv Shure. an' how can yz dhrink who la of a very economical turn, eeys a Mirs Georgia Brown is going to Bawl, when Dr. Alton died lesving Msggie witholrun, Molke? local paper, haa tha habit, when he eenda a ing Green to attend the Normal Cilleje at out home or friends, her relatives bad made Mike -- By meltin' it, av course. note to hU girl of adding thia poiUcrlpt: that place. no stgr; none Invited her to their homes or Mary Bat yen can't drink hot melted "Give negro bay a blecult for carrying thia Messrs. Msret, Vowels ft Co , are pre- helped her In any way. But good old farmer olrun, ye fule. note." Recently the young lad promptly paring to attach a saw to their steam mill Dean took her on the pony behind him and Mike -- Ol knaw O! can't dhrink hot melt atnt the voces; mm quite a number of at this place, in connection with their chair gaye her into the bands of hia wife as a sa ed oirun, but il'a tnesllf that can wait till it Informing him that he could hencecred charge and they had spoiled and pet- codIi. New York Time. factory. -- ANDforth prepay postage, and when the ration So exceedingly, decollete are the dreeses ted her ever since, for which Maggie truly A German test for watered milk consists were exhausted to draw on her for more. of the ladies at the Washington receptions loved them, but she waa young and beauin dipping a well polished knlttiug needle A cold ware now blowa between the young this winter, that President Arther shows tiful and tbe farm was very lonely, and of into a deep vessel of milk and then immedi lady and her C. O. D. young man. hit embarrassment and discomfort It is late life had grown hateful to her. Here ately withdrawing it in an upright position. A Full and complete assortment of Furniture, embraclHS tnr was the escape Should ahe go and leave A farmer In Virginia, who hai been miss, a great relief for high minded and proper Suites. JEstv If the milk ia pare a drop of the Quid will erylhlng from the Cheapest to tbe Finest the old people and Hal and the dear old ing his chicken, put a dynamite cartridge men to slip away from there vulgar exhito the need'; but the addition of even need to ge to the large cities to make your purchases, no saaisVar hang farm where she had spent so much of her in hia hen houie door to remain orer night. bitions to the stern and rigid propriety of a amall portion of water will prerent the what quantity or quality you want, as can and will duplicate Abjul 2 o'clock he heard a nolae like the an "AdamleM Eden" entertainment. The lift? She lookel from one to the other. any prices yon can obtain elsewhere, freight being added, AlMt adherence of a drop. "Well," raid the farmer, handing back whole earth had blown up. Next morning difference betwten the full assortment of Collins, Cacs, Shrouds and Robes, national drink, is Pulq'ie, the Mexicin Styles, both cheap and expensive. Ware whea .he went out, hli ho houae waa woman and a female mlnettel ia that the his empty tea cup, "you had better go, the fermented milk of the cac'u. Ing all the New made of opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. smuhed Into fine klndlinz wood and four one begins to aaw off at the neck, tbe other Maggie." like "Father!" exclaimed Mrs. Dean in sur- It looks like skim milk and tastes biikets of nigger and ftathera were atrewn at the feet. Kansas City Times. yeaat. It only costs two cents a quart and Y around. We understand that many Hur-ba- n THE Family Complications. "How like prise. as drunk aa "She knows she's as welcome as flowers ten centa will mike a man farmer are now putting out dynamite your little girl ia to you, Mrs. Brown!" a nabob. It leaves no head the next morn cartridges every night and gathering "How odd you that should think so. She's in 8pring or II tl either," he said earnestly, Bourbon News. my husbsnd'a child by his first wife.' "but Wt a poor chance to marry Maggie ing. them in every morning STANFOBD, KY. will have here. I wouldn't have her take If you throw a piece of wrought iron at a a all events I dou't think I'm The grandson of an ex Gorernor of Kena clod hopper like Deacon Smith's Isd man it 'becomes cast iron. Manuuclures W- tucky has juat been placed in the peniten. wrong in saying your little boy is the im- Now she can try It n Ieetle bit; it won't ought to be able to utilite this idea in some ary, the grandson of another ex Governor age of Mr. Brown." "He's my son by my hurt. She know where to come if ehe way Is published every Tuesday ml Friday at the row price o i is In jll awaiting the penilenltary, and Ihe first husband, Mr. Geon." don't liko it, hey, Maggie?" SLEEl'LESSNIUUTd wide mtscrabla by that Tr-ereater than any of Elliott, a rich young farmer of grandson of one Maggie did not answer. The old place te rtble cough. SbltoU's Cure la the remedy for TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR. having announced that he would was becoming very dear at tbe thought of you. For salo by Penny A Mc Allstcr. GoTcrnora was recently killed In a barCATARHII CURED, health asd aweet breath room brawl. Great qualities appear to never marry until wheat sold at SI per giving it up. secured by Bhlloh'i Catarrh Remedy. Price SOc. gener bushel, a neighboring farmer, who has a weir out before they reach the third "We wont decide nor," said Mr. Dean; For salo by Penny A. McAllster. Times. daughter willing to relieve Tom's loneli ' plenty of timi; we'll sleep on it." alton.-tLiulaPositive Cure for Piles. -- or aiLCLaaJEi- ness, hat offered to take his entire crop at "Maggie," said Hal when the two had "You hate to work pretty hard, don't To the people of this county wo would say that SI a buihel and give him a check at the gone out on the porch together, "ie it yes Noatly and Cheaply Exocutod. wehaie been glren tha agency ol Dr. AUrchlil's jou" said ft good natnredold gentleman to wedding. guaranteed or nt? Will you Btay and be my wife or Italian Pile ' Well, 1 etioum srmu; om i a to cure or mojey refunded Internal, External, When on a visit to Orange, California, go away and forget Ur?" have no cause to complain." "Why co ?" Dllnd, Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price 59 cents ago Calvin Fletcher etuck hia "I'll go aod stay awhile and if I don't a box. No euro, no pay. Penny A. McAllster, .'Became my bois Is so Ilbaral that he gives ten years walking'cane into the ground. The cane like it I can come back you see; and I'll Druggists. me noirly eUhten hour to do my day's have to took root and is now a stately sycamore uot forget you, Hal indeed I'll not," she Daughters, Wives and Mothers. work In while you poor bankers We emphatically gusrantoo Dr. Marchlsl'a tree 00 feet hiuh, with wide spreading said as Hhe saw a look of doubt. about four hour" crowd your work into a femalo remedy, to cure Female Diseasbranches and its baae three fret nnd a half "And be true to me?" he bfgged. New York Journal es, aurh as Orarian troubles, Inflammation and circumference in "Yes, alway.!" Ulceration, Falling and dlsplaccmsnl or rearing At Iallntplu hwyer, dUtrmtful ola A spring prct nirg: "Will they misa "Then I will wait. MiyOod blew you, down feeling, Irregalarlttles, Barrenness, Change a form-tilhli own literary pawera, borrowed Maegie." cf Life, Leucorrhcca, besides many weaknesses from a me, I wondei?'1 If they do, they ought 5fl f for a proposal of marriage springing from tho above, like Headache, BloatdeTho voung lady never to fire another gun. Ej Maggie went to the city and saw not ing, Spinal Veakn:es, Sleeplessness, Nervous by "Rsady Letter Writer." bility, Talpltatlon of the Heart, Ac. For sale ln Bucken's Arnica Salve. only its worden and glories, but those of druggists. Prices St and Jl SO per bottle. Bend in the owe, learning the eource of hli The beat Salra In the worll for CuIj, Drutiei, the half of Ivirjpo. Mrs. Hart was in del- to Dr. Marehlsl, Utlca, N. V., for pamphlet, freo. (.ptntion, sent in reply the formula tet Horei, Uloon, Salt Klictim, Tercr Sorts, Totter, sale by Tenny A MeAUster, Druggist. hwa In the same back for a declination. Chirped HsnJj, Chilblains, Corni, and all Skin icate health and her doctor advieed travel, For pay repositively Oil faom Nature's Wells J.J.Stanow, the Hoslon patent lawyer Kruptloba and guaranteed etirts rlloi, or noaitlifac-tl- which accorded so well with her own de to glre perfi'Jt It siren that they were aluent three ye ra. The skin on the heal Is kept roft and flexible Bell party in tbe late tele quired. I' reluu led. engaged by the ' or mc ty lrlt2i cnts per box. Letters had been few between Maggie and by a lecrellou from the oil glands. When theso fee. phono litigation, gets 550000 m hU lor ilet Tuto A Tcuay. clogged the balr dries and falls oil. Parker's the homefolks. She waa moving from port are Half of It was contingent en his winning tho HalrBulsam renews their action, retore the In Editor's Tribute. to port and her aunt required a good deal oilglnal color to tbe hair and wakes It soil and suit -- Barton Herald. I', Ketitor, editor of tho Tort Wayne (In Tlieron of hcraltentlor; so when they arrived in glossy. It also erallcatcs danJruff. Not greasy, Dayton Steel Plows, Champion Steel Plows. Champion Suliy Plows, Lime dlaui) Gattltt, wilteit: 'Tor tho past (He yean "Ireneus," of the New York Obwvtv, aiya haTe slwsys used Dr. Klng'i New DUcovcry, for New York ehe kntw almost nothing of what notadye, deliriously perfume!. Delightful for a Chilled 4 . G PreferStone Plows, Lone Star Plows, BiBsell Chilled Plow . in a recent pastscrtpt to cne of his leller to coughs of the most severe character, at well as lor had occurred In her absence. Oae thing, lady's toilet tab'e. The but of dressings. superior fc n2 '..l those thojoofa ullJer typu. It ncrcr fill) to effect a to nil similar aril slot bosauia of Its able that paper: "The grandchildren cf Plows, Maysville Hill Side Plows, Malta Donoie ouovei however, she knew quilo wel'; she was very cleanliness and purity. My Irlenis to whom I have recomwho read the first of theso letters are now pjedy cure. beautiful. Another was that ehe was rn mended Itiptskoflt lu the iv.uo high (mm. HavPlows, Mmkle Double Shovel Plows, Halls Double of them." cum: fou iu.v:n. Teadlng the last by It of every cough that I have gaged to be married to a banker with mon ing been cured Shovel Plows, Minkle Pony Flow, Hall's years, I loosldcr It the only reliable Piles nro froiuetitly preceded by a, mim of 4 When you read the leluctive legend in liadfurfivoeuro for Coughs, Cold, etc." Cull at ey, gray hair and gout. nnd luir pnit of tho nbduii, and turo ' The idea of my over marrying Hal ar.d In tin back, loins 1 Pony Plows, Malta Cultivators, the tobaconiat'a window, "Our two rnny Tate A IVmiy's Dnij atore rmd get a Tree Trial causing the patient to suppo) ho lias some affection living on the farn!" she thought, and then ct tlti kidneys nr neighboring organs. At times, .:,.. h'i be bet." remember that Bottlo. Large size 1. she, counted her golden admirers on her omptoins of Indigestion nro prweut, as lUtuU'iicj, PIohh of all Izch! IMowh they may ie cab- All Miitls If they can't bj beet, Very Remarkable Discover): uupatlnMS of tho stomach, etc. A moisture, like XocmltoPloivsl pretty fingers baje producing ft ry disagreeable Itehlng, Mrs. Geo, V. Willing, of Manchester. MUh at all Prices! PIohh iron. S.50 to "Poor Hal; he has suffered no doubt perspiration, wnrin, if n very common attendant. after gittlng writer "My wife has been nliuoit holplew fcr fivo Ai SYAflMi . .FOR SALE BV years, co belpitsi that she oouM not turn over In from my neglect. I'll write a letter this Ullud, Ulaedlug nud lulling Piles) Kid ntonco to the .i.-- . TiriK.nl. li. ho are slwall looking nffr th rilo.ilcaiody, which acts engsge-men- t application of Dr. Bosanko's the bed alone, felie used two bottles of I'.lectrlc Hit- very evening and tell him of my absorbing the Interwt of their customers, Imvo now tcurd rem-lters and li so imich improved tlutshu Is now able to tbe banker, for I must go down dirvclly upon tho parti affected, Cough and Lung Syrup, a ,,ilo of Pi. BotanWi iVogWWr allaying tho Interne Itching nnd affecting a to di her own wurlc " KlvcjrlTlll'ttera will do nil .iai- -i I.. nnMi... rnrrlmros. Suncis. Spring "Wagons, Farm euro Cold, I'alu In " and tee mama and papa Dean in n few days, Tumor, lb.it iifrr falls to tcstluiotil-n!- s permanent cure. Trice GC ecuts. Address the Dr. MathiBMr- Kor proof Cough., that iselslincd fortliiui, Hundreds ol withFtnulaj i, .1, i pd all Lung Afiestlotn. Bosanko Medicine Co., IUua, Ohlf eU by McKob-trtattest their gnat utntlvn powc;s. Only fifty and 'twould be awkward to meet Hal MntMnef, riutew, Hbimus aud nil kinds of ItoguUr alte W cents it y n frte earoplo bottl Etagg. cents a I oltlo kt Tate A. Tenny. out an explanation." COUNTY DEPARTMENT. HER CHOICE. M'ROBERTS&STAG Opera House Block, Paint, DEA.LEn8 X21l n. Stanford, Ky., h. ZE3I.O. e. receivI have received and am ing New Goods for Fall and Winter, comprising the best in the market; which will be gotten up in style and RJJPLETr. still make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley book-keep- Seven Things To Remember ill-ne- cure."-Philadel- -phla nt 'n-n- bis-co- lt, & a UNDERTAKER, Wlilllii. JETiiviiitiire Parlor I Xealer in eel SEMI-WEERX- Interior Journal "Aa P.WALTON, ProV. -- or Da-kol- i. Til'e TOB WORK Ointment-emphatlc- ally cir-drive- r. PLOWS! PLOWS! 5(C 3f- JC ot 8S3iilfc ut-Is- orriov! fl3, y GEO. I. WBABBS,Agt. si nd l.C0 3 M Messrs. S. G. Boyle, R. P. Jacobs J. Oldham, IUWcca, lot at MllkJiCTlllo......... llusell, J. It. (Do() 70 acres near I. 8htlbr S. Van Winkle, J. O. Faloe, and other Dae SCO After two months' operation the New ville gea'tleoen are interesting themselves Riley, Darius. 60 acres knob land .......... - 1 83 beOrleans Exposition finds itself $309,122 la iaoresstnt looking to the formation of 8mllb,TbomaiJ , 10 acres on Grwu Hirer.. S70 February 13, 1885 hind. Stafford, y., Scarbrough, Allen, 121 acres onGrten Rlrtr 1 05 railroad a local fiilT'orical society for the territory Slate, Cbu. V., lot at McKlnnsy. K M.Shoeraaker,a prominent 4 40 embracing all of what was Lincoln county 1 01 man and a wealthy one, died" in Cincinnati Btralton, Wm, 6) acres on Meats Creek W. P. WALTON. 7 at beforo Madison county was cut off. A Bmllli, Joseph Ma, 8J acres near Halls on Tueslay. number of persons hearing of the moveJames V , houe A lot at Moreland 2 70 The new fortiasation bill calls for SI, Terbuno, Ahoaii.t at Mtlrelsod. 3 15 John D. "Yiute raised another breeas 035,009, while last year's appropriation was ment have written to Mr S. G. Boyle con Terhune JohuD., house and lot at Moreland. J 00 VT. lot cernlng it and others doing ho can obtain on only $700,000. ia'lho House this wecV. Ho insisted Wltherson, Laaarui, house and lot at Mil 8 S3 Tho distillery belonging to R Monarch from Mr. Boyle an idea of what has been IcdgerlUe...... is akin; a personal explanation but Joe Blackburn, who was acting speaker, refused & C'j., at Owensboro, burned. Loss, S50, done and what is thought of for the future. Wright, Susan, boms A lot at Iliutotnlll" 10 CO Would kindly iiak your attention to tho fact that they havo jnst returned 5 40 It is hoped tho matter may soon take n Webb, Ellas, CO acrts near I. Sho'.by tofacir him and ordered White to sit down. 000; fully insured. from tho cities with a largo, froih and woll solectod stock of 2 10 definite shape for it is a very important Waggoner, Thos., it acres on Oreea nircr.. . 2 0) Sergcsnt-at-arWhite did not do bo jmd the The Kanawha House andseveial other " " " Wllcher,Oeo.W., Lad to be called on to suppress the buildings were burned at .Charleston, W. one. 2 23 " s Thomas Monfisld, better known as Wllsber.Jas. W.,fl) " " 1 13 " Walli.JohnA.. 1 " " unralr Kentuckian, and even he did not Va., Tuesday night. "Doc" Morcfield, is lying hopelessly ill at IA lot at McKlnney 18 55 meceed until he presented his mace. WithSenator Don Cameron is threatened a shanty or cabin in the south end ol town Wells, J. B. A Co , hoto Eadlcs9 in variety, dainty in quality, and satisfactory in prices, this wo guar udacki.'no. I. the proceedings of Congress with consumption and has gone to Florida out Johnnie near Clarka Run. In all probability he Alcorn, Clark, house and lot at Turnersrllle 2 23 autco. Oar aim shall bo at nil times to supply ovory want in our line. would be mighty dull reading and we are by advice of his physicians. will ba deid by the time this letter reaches Brown, Havkloi, bouse and lot alMllledge1 83 Tllte really sorrjr that he will have no further Samuel Bsard, who married a nieca of its destination. A person who visited him 1 33 Billey. Charles, lot on Hanging lork apjetae'e of himself after Daniel Boone, and who was the oldest man chance to make a last night says he lacks everything fire, Burton, John, 0 acres at lu'neriTllle . ........ 3 33 , Our largo line ConsisU of tho standard brands of Etiropo aud Amorica. tfe4lh of Murch. in Hawesville, has passed in his chips. food, everything. A poor abindonsd wo Burton, Phillip, 3 icres on McKlnnej's O'Donovan Rom's paper, United Irish, man is waiting on him and doing what she i0 of cooking Btovcs includes tho justly colobrato J "Great Wostornlleservo'' and Branch Three mouths or tnoro after the bdv ..2 4". weJjjn psiplo had decided thj question, man, offers 510,000 reward for the body of can to soothe his last hours, but without Bailer. Oeo home and lol at UustoDvIlle ... 2 00 many other famity favorites. Btsxloy, John, V0 acres near Bonjtllle alive. Can;ress on Weloesdar wnt through the the Prince of Wales, dead or 1 63 money or any of the common necessaries of Clojd, Wester, 5 acres near Jmper'i store.. OUH CHINA, GLASS, AND QUEENSWAHB STOCK consists in part Six worsmen were killed and 15 life, Bhe can do little or nothing, though farm of deel iring that Cleveland and Hen C'oyd, Joha. 8r , 10 acres on McKlnnej's oi Table, Ten and Chamber Sets complete, Glassware richly cut and etched. 1 0 ice wounded by a boiler exposition in the Cen with her good intentions, who knows but elected President and n dricka were llraocli.. 1 25 . In tho way oi Breadstuff wo name Buckwheat Hour, tho queen of all tribes. Braeih.. President of the United Sta'es to eerie trallron and Steel Works at Brazil, Ind. what this poor creature is laying up treas- Clod,Jo.2amionMoKtnnoj's 1 83 Bonham has been arrested at ures where rust cannot corrupt nor thieves Caldwell, Eph 0 acres near Moreland Frank Our celebrated "G. M." patent flour uurivnllcd for enko and pastry, whilo Stem the fourth day of March, 1833, to Cratg. Charlotte, 1 acna on Hanging Fork. . 1 13 Ilico aud Hominy, our own patiotic product?, aro arrayed as faithful adjuncU. jutth day of March, 1SSD The an Radical City, Kansas, charged with the break into and steal ? tbe f Dunn, lllcbard, house and tot near MIllcHS'- 23 aoancement was creeled with loud applause murder of his mother, brother and sister. of Christian charity Tlllc, '83 and '31 Ob, the rarity All tho delicacies in foreign and domestic confectious aro here. 1 Secretary Chandler reports to Congress Under ths aun Glrenv Allen, 3 acres near MIlledgeTlilc asd wildebeera. There wts no attempt at Tin, Stone, Wooden and Willow ware, Electric lamp, Stationery, Canned 03 . Ureen, Vina, houso and lot at Uuitonsllte. urepstition of the '70 rascality anl the that it cost $759.2-3- to relieve the Greely 70 THE FARMERS Of LINCOLN CO. (JooJ, Pari Jion, 19 acrts knob laad . . .. i 10 Meats nutl Fruits, nud n complcto line of Cigars and Tobaccos. Well this is electoral rote ai heretofore announced wis party and bring home the remains, of the aliens, Tolbei t, home and lot at Stinford, A Card. oniy a hint of what wo havo. heroic dead. 6 43 recorded: Cleveland 218, Blaine 182. . 'M and '81 Co The Creamery at Stanford is a fixed fact. Gentry. leablnda, bousaand lot nt Stanford. Eison, of New York City, Belioving that wo can make it to your intereit, wo confidently ask an exOwiko to the convenient eickness of one has been fined $250 and ordered to jail for The stock has all been taken, the charter Gentry. It., bra 40 ' amination of our goods nnp your patronago, 1 13 of Andy Wepler'i! counsel, his case has 15 days for contempt of court in refusing obtained, the company organizsd, its offi riarlan, John, 2 acres near Moreland 2 63 TAYLOR BROS. Itespectfully, Hocker, (Ireen, 8 aews at TutnernTlllo postponed for the third time. Poor to obey an injunction. bees cers elected, the building under contract, . 1 3 -- .. Wm., 4 tens knob land...... Harry Clay has been in hia grave since of April Heuiton, 1 53 Dispite the hard times the sheriffs and operations will begin the 1st Hill, Jordan, lot at lonrrlllB....- last September. His murderer has suffer-o- have paid to the auditor $911,000 on the next. We recognize the fact that the en- Jones, Iae, hou wand lot rear McKlnnejr. 143 1 40 , little or no Inconvenience on account of Wlllli, houwand lot t Htanlur J rivenue of 1SS1; $100,000 more than is terprise is as yet an experiment in our Kentf-lT- Garland, houss and lot at Turners- Lewli, bis deed, and the former friends and asso usually pid by this time. State It can only succeed by the coopertille. dales of the dead lawyer, are doing all in 2 J3 Factories employing 030 hands have ation of our farmers. This ccoperation we Lackey. Wm., houte and lot at fctsalrd- their power to save him from any punish resumed work at Chattanooga since Jan- do not and ought not to expect unlets it be McCotmack, Ciretn, touaeaLdlot near Mil 1 10 sent whatever. Cay is of no consequence uary 1. Six hundrei more will ba given to the farmer's interest ss well as to ours. ledgrl!l DEALER IN new. Wepler'a money is. investigated the business and be- McRoberU, Matilda, bouso and lot on Uang- - J 30 We have employment within four weeks. log Fork, Ml and 'si NhiIcIIch, Ilnnlwure, Horno HIioch, Groceries A call has bsen issued by the Sjcretary lieve it will benefit the farmer quite as Morao, Cofley, bouie and lot in Stanford 1 (3 Judge Robert Eiddell will be an apNhIIh, luecuHHiirr, HiiRtry IVIilpn, Iron, plicant for the position of United States of the National Democratic Committee for much as us, You need not bo totd how llltr , Henry, bouie and lot In llu.lonrllle... 3 00 ChiioMHIh, IIiiKKV WIseclM, HIovcm, Ilaruewi, McKlnnej's Drawn 120 District Attorney under Cleveland. He is a meetinz to be held at Washington, Mar. scanty and uncertain are the profile of fat- Reld, Aaron, 5 acres on lUnyTlllo 10 ISpoliCH, C'overss, Cider 51111k, tening beeves and raising grain crops. The l'.oe, Kettle, lOnereS at another of ths bys that got so ingloriously 2d. Tns objact of the msetfa; is not stated. 1 00 40 nrar Moreland..... IlluiH, Stoneware, Cora MiollcrM, Collans Northwest easily undersells you in the one, Scott, Wm, acrts on McKlnner'aBr'ah Two Marion county men of the mature t 10 left last Summer and the same who gave flbeara, Frank, 2 acre up the good office of Circuit Judge to reiclr age of 14 years had a personal difficult the Southwest in the other. In your grass- Slnii, Tho 50 acres mar Maton'a (lap. m 2 10 Oliver Chiliad, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Wnodsn and 1 20 Tombs, alter the flesh pots of the Appellate Judg difficulty Tuesday, duricg which one of es alone are you beyond the competition of Tucker, Ira, lot at MIlltJgeTllle ............ 140 Cast Pnmps, and tho Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roofhouwi and lot at6lanfjrd .. any section. The blue grars has made for ship. The other man had a better Holt them shot and dangerously wounded the 1 S3 Vandereer, Jem, 5 acres knob had- ing and Onttoring will have prompt attention. us the finest strainn of blooded horves in to on the people and Riddell lost both offices. other. Williams. Alice, lol In Huitonfllto r. CjI. O.is M. Merrick, a native of the world. Can it not more profitably be WillUon, Louisa. " ........ 1 20 Half men John iiriai,t,Jr. " . Like the hoz, he didn't know when Le had 2 40 " Owtnsboro, but for many years a large land- devoted to making the best butter in the Weather ford, Willis, enough . 1 10 Welch, JaniM, lot on McKlnney's Branen holder and coffee-growin Old Mexio, world? is a singular coincidence that nearly and estimated to have been worth a milIt is claimed for this basinets by those Walker, Tho, lot on MeKlnney's llrseeh . 110 Warren, bklaey, 2 aerei near Bonysllls .... I 83 07err Kentucky applicant for a position lion dollar, dropped dead in a New York who have tried it that whits, a.t. under the new administration has been re- hotel. twice an much First, the farmer makes 3 ".) Adam. Jol II . 82 acres 011 Cedar Crek cently defeated in his own State. Louis M Crazid by the death of Lis wife and out of it on the capital invested as he can Adamr, Wilson, St., 52 acres on Cedar Uek ill Commercial. This is true in threo very child, William Dudgeon, of nart county, make on any other farming investment. Brady, Nicholas, lot at Richmond Junction 2 10 prominent cae3, at least, Phil Thompson's, cat hi throat, and the three were buried Second, his labor is lighter and pleas-ante- r. Blacktrbj, T. W.,6i acrts on Dla Rlter. . .. 10 2 Ball's, J.J and John, biirs, 181 acres 00 Oscar Turner's and J. F. Clay's, and each in the one coffia. The husband and 7 W Green Biter, '82, '81 and '81.. Third, his lands are continually enriched disappointment. Toe wife were young and had only bsen marrishould be doomed to DKiLIll IK 1 M Dolllos, J. It., 2 aeirs knab laSHl and enhanced in value. party owes none of them n living and they ed two years. Foley, Andraw II , 31 acres near Crab OrchThe estimates on which these claims are should be made to seek it in other ways. ....... ........... . a ra Drugs, Books, Stationery and ard A negro named Stuart Fancy Articles. based certainly stem to us reasonable, and Graham. M. and wife. 120 acrea ntur C. O - It W The lljurbon News says "boldly aad tried to kill hia mother with a razor at have been over and over verified by the Horn, Lucy, bouM and let at Crab Orchard,- - 1 79 rhjritiani' trtscrlpllona srturatclj cowrouBdrd. without fear of contradiction that euch is White Sulphur Springs, W- - Va. A gen- experience of farmers in the Northwest Holliclaw, W J., houw and lot at Breach-(ritllAlso .. 170 the advene opinion of the people in I3our tleman named Bowers interfered and Stew- whose chief and most lucrative business . A JzLS Rial l Y McDonald, Wash, 13 acna on Hanging Folk. 8 80 ban county that If Gavernor Knott was art killed him. A year ago Stewart killed now is to supply creameries. An average Owsley, l'.obt. K , 10 acre near bunfcrd...... 10 10 turned loose for cfBce in that county he his little brother. milch cow yields seventy-fiv- e dollars per Roberts, JameaT., 293 acrea on Dlx Rlter.... 8 40 Dr. Miller, who was sued by L. T. ., K serrs on Dlx Rlter. . 9 30 couldn't get twenty votes for constable." If Vaughn, yeai in cream, besides the calf, which can Wither, barterA.,176ar a en Dlx Rlter -- 314) Tho Largest 8tock of Watches, Clocks, Julia tbifl statement is true, it is good for Gov. Hemphill in Jessamine for $25,000 fot the Jewelry and Silverware be raised far batter on skimmed milk than DL4CKS, MO. 2. ICnott that be does not contemplate run alleged poisoning of his fine span of horses, from the cow. Multiply this by ten, twenty Abrahams, Sarah, C arres on Ball llllli........ 55 ETer bought to Ihta market rrirr Lover than was acquitted at Versailles, whither the mag for constable in that county. Watcbe, Clocia ami Jewelrr lie. tbe 2 00 or fifty and you will find the gross income Burdelt Joseph, 2 acres on Dix litter paired on ahoit notice ana Warranted. case had been taken by a change of venue, from ten, twenty or fifty cows to be quite a Blakely, Wm., bou.o and lot In Maxtllle, Tiie Ksnias Legislature is in a big busi- after a two weeks' trial. 2 83 83 and '81 a, handsome thing. ness. It passed a joint resolution of cenBrlggs, Emily, lot In Stanford, '33 and '84. ..IIS Marshal Wm. Forman and s C. IIKIGIIT. II. We pledge ourselvet to take nil the Butcher, Matilda," sure on the commissioners of the New F. " 180 Dan Henry, an artist, were arrested at Mt. " ... 2 CO Exposition for inviting Jeff. Davis to cream you will or can furnish. Wo will Baughman, Elijah," Sterling on a warrant sworn out by Jack - 53 come to your door to get it. We will pay Dawson, May, lot en Dlx Rlter participate in the reception of the liberty 1 03 EJgar, who says that he saw these two parJerry, 7 acrea on Dlx lllter in cash tbehighest market price for it. Gardner, James, 8 scrva near Stanford bell. The tflorteeemB to be worthy, how2 15 Hamner, ties pour coal oil on his building the night No company shall transact business with Hocker, Lewis, lot la Stanford, '53 and 83 . 6 33 ever, of the blatant set of jackasses and of the burning of the opera house and set you more fairly or more liberally than Jackman, Craig. IS acres on Dlx Rlter........ 4 23 bummers which composa the body. fire to it. 1 (5 in Wallace, our. The conditions for success are bet- Wallace, Thomas, lotIn Stanford Col. Wilson, who attempted to enter And now comes tho Presbyteriin Minis- -- . Si I.tIoa, lot Stanford ten1 Association at Pittsburg, Fa , with a Khartoum, only to find the city occupied ter nowhere in the world than in Lincoln WHITtt, SO. 3. 3 90 vigorous protest against roller skating and by the troops of the Mahdi, reports that county. Thie is our reason for going into Allen, C. M., 319 acres knob land. IN- 1 33 Adams, Zacharlab, 30 acrea.... . earneet exhortation to churches to shun Gen. Gordon, the Governor General of the the enterprise and we have come to stay. as 81 acrts 70 Andrew, Susan, It is not a small or "piddling" business. Adams, II. 8 , 80 acres ... the vicious rink. Look out for the increased Soudan, was murdeied by the rebels when bs pastime. It will the capital was captured. Gen. Gordon, The last census of the United States shows Ball, Ueorg. W., 181 acrts popularity of this favorite it to be third in importance, and in amount Bullock, Wm., 4 acres ire each more fun to skate now that it is born at Wool rich, January 2 tO 28, 1833, was 2 10 of capital invested, of all the industries on Bryant's. America, heirs, 100 acres aaariced srioful. one of England's great soldiers and his loss 4 75 Rutin, Samuel 8., 30 serrs. '85 and '84., the continent. 4 7J Baugh, John, 1S8 acres, '81 and 'SI....... A standing, antidote for poison by dew, will be mourned by the nation he has eery Will it pay you? It is a practical busi- Ilailin's, Juda, helra, 125 acrea, '83 and gi 3 S poieoa oak, ivy, etc., is to take a handful of ed so well. ness question which you are to answer as Britlatn's, Loulia, belrs, 40 acna ......... 70 Washington City hu another irrup qaJcklime, dissolve in water, let it ftind practical business men. We merely ask Cblnn, Gabriel T., 25 acres tion of unarmed Kentuckians. AND fealf an hour, then paint the poisoned parts ExGov4 30 you to enquire about it, think about it and Corn, Wm. T., 99 acrfi... with it Three or four applications never Underwood and Col. G. W. Hamilton, of 1 60 figure on it. If you think it likely to Cates, Richard, town lot at South Fork. Covington; Judge J. W. Jones, of Bowling DeLancy, Jermlma, 233 acres, '83 and '81...... 3 89 tail to cure the most aggravated cases, prove a good thing for you, give it a fair DeLaney, Jaruer, 150 aerea, " " 2 25 Greeo; Col. J. W. Proctor, of Danville, and 1 SO " trial, at least for one season, and don't be DeLaney, Catherine, 100 acres," JBes Ikoersoll is going to Eirope to Col. Sam. M. Bardett, of Lincaiter, have afraid 2 20 tey-fivyears, and His majesty, the Devil, of it because it is a new thing. Lin- DsLaney. Wm. J', 49 acrts all deserted their civil and military duties coln county and Kentucky need a great Denny, Balllnger, 100 acres, '81 and '81........ 3 70 will have to manage his campaign in this in Kentucky 1 00 and turned up at Washington . CONSISTING OF Griffin, Hiram, M acres many new things, eesatry in the interim, without the assist on the same day 1 30 Gaitineau, Geo. 155 acres.. without concert of action Agents will in a short while establish Horton, George W., 55 acres.. aaceofhis very able lieutenant. 1 $5 and somj definite purposs in view. Per2 45 routes throughout tho country, leave our Horton, Jumca 8., 53 acrea haps they have been commissioned by Gov. The capture of Khartoum and the patent cans with all who may desire to try Hubble. Milton I'., CO acres, '83 and '81... . 2 00 2 00 murder of Gen. Gordon by the Knott to kill Judge Kinctid and bring them, and explain the whole Hutchison, John W., 47 acres method of Hutchison, Wm., 100 acrea.... 2 63 Louisville Times. Arabs was followed bv wholesale massacre. home his remains. collecting and paying for the cream. 2 (3 Hutchison, Itobert, 19 acrea The scenes of the slaughter are described 1 45 DANHLLE, BOYLE COUNT Y. J. E. Bruce, President. Harris, Wm. H., 50 acres aa rivaling the Bulgarian atrocities, and 2 15 Harris, John S., SO acres McRouERTd, Sec. and Tres. J. J. Joe Haas, dealer in fure, eays that a 3 85 rivaling the worst horrors of the Sepony Usrrls, Geo. W., 150 acres 2 CO Horton, Henry F., 71 acrea panic stiicken Egyptians lees quantity is offered for sale than he mutiny. The AT ALIi TIMES A FULL OF 1 lb 23 ere captured in flight and put to death ever knew at this season. He attributes JUDGE THOS. W. TARPON Johnson, Asacneth, acrts '83 5 and '81 the decline to tho low price offered by city Is a cardldate to fill out tbe unexpired term of James, Luclnda, 2 acres, '82, with most Gendish t ortures. 33 Judge. E. W. Brorrn, dee'd, aa County Judga of Jackson's, Thomas, helra 43 acres Tho charters of many National Banks dealers, 2 10 Lincoln, tubjtct to tho action of tba Democracy. Kadler, August, 45 acres Mr. John H. Stodghlll has been Election August, 1883. 1 60 Leacb, Andrew J.. 1 acre ace expiring now and nearly all of them to the dignity of "papa." The ladies 1 30 Lane, Jacob M. A. Eoa, 95 acres are applying for extension of corporate ex 3 20 Mitchell, John, 131 acres about the Clemena House, where Mr. and tence. To Feb. 1, CU have had their 4 HO Minks, Wm., 177 acres Mrs. Stodghiil live, eay the little boy is charter extendel. In Jan. 109 expired 2 03 Martin, Darldson, It seres just "too sweet" 23 expire Same, agent, SO acrts ! oadall were renewed. Sixty-eigLAND Mr. J. W. Proctor, of the Central Na Morris, Wm B., 1 totrnlot at King's Mounin February, and extensions have been 2 75 tional Bank, is in Washington City on bu On Monday, Jlnrch Sil, 1885, tain asked in almost every instance. 1 83 Oaks, Jermlma, 125 acres uineea connected with the Bank, the charter Dr. F. O. Young's charges of inattenI will sell tbe following property for State and Frisilt, Bamuel, 31 acres, '83 and '81 3 tC of which expires the 1st of next month. County Taxes duo iueaa Sheriff of Lincoln Co. 2 20 " Fowerr, Mahalla, 13) acres," tion to duties against Mrs. Chenault, ma3 00 Keynoldi.W. It., ICO acres, " Lexington Lunatic Asylum, It is not yet known whether the bank will tron of the whites, no. I. 1 35 continue or be reorganized. Austin, George C, 2acre:l near HustonTllle..S 4 40 ltogers, John, Sr., 100 acrts, '32 and '84 were not sustained. After making them 4 40 Dr. J. C. Bogle, of this place, received Cooley, Wia. 10 acres on Keals Creek 6 CO Swlrney, Samuel, 113 acres, '83 and '81 tho Dr. wanted to withdraw them, but his " " 170 10 10 Hmlth, Elizabeth, 90 acres a few days ago a lettefrom bis aunt, Mm, Dryc, W. S. 9 acres nr HiiitonTllle 2 00 request was refused and the trial resulted ' 5 20 Sbtron, John A., 118 seres George O. Barne, now in London, which Drye, 8. 0. 3 60 3 33 Button. Marr. 100 acres in the lady'it complete exbonoratiou. Fox, Dan B. 50 " Teter VandlTecr CO was written and posted the morniug of the Faulkner, Emanuel, 73 acres knob land 1 31 Sutton, Samuel. 70 acres According to the report of the Com 90 Tower explosion, but ,hefore that occur Foster, William, CO acres near Moreland 3 SO Sareent. Folly. 83 acres raiaionera there are 151 feeble minded chil2 05 GooJ, Oeo. A., 23 acres near Huitonrllle. ... G 20 Stephens, Nicholas B 01 acres UUIblYilLUJL'N. OOIO -- &g011IS lO!" dren in the Institution for their training rence. In the letter Mrs. Barnes spoke Gibson, Jackson, C2 acres knob land, '81 JL'84 3 S3 VpthegroTe, Ellsha, 230 acres j 2 60 of having visltcl the Tower the day be1 25 itFrankfort, whose maintenance last year Grcsbam, 11. D.,lot in Milledgerllle, '83 A '81 4 40 Vaught, Francis M., 8 acres fore. 2 10 2 03 Warren, Peter, 61 acrea Haley, David E., C acrea near Moreland. cost $29,031 29. Mr. Arthur P. Mills, of Louisville, and Harris, W. H., lot in Milledgerllle 2 83 Wagoner, Joseph, M acres 1 70 Hardin Hill, a farmer residing near Miss Cora M. 1 40 Watson, John B., 20 acres Wallace, of this place, were Inyart, Dan F., SO acres on Green Rtrer, '82 Bardetown, Bhot and mortally wounded his 1 33 3 CJ Wbeeldon's, Wm,, belrs, 61 acres '83 and '81 married Wednesday at 12 o'clock, at the above goods have been bought very Low and All :... 3 60 ife Tuesday night. ne was actuated by reiidence of 2 15 Weaber, Wm. It., 133 acres, '83 and '64 Mr. Richard Foley. Rev. A. Jones, Mrs. Sally, lot at Moreland 75 2 23 Yowell, Samuel, 88 acrts, '83 and '8t jealousy. Kinder, William, 70 acres knob land J, Brady performed the marriage cere- Mason, Jonathan, 8) acres on Green Hirer... 2 70 Colli er, Stephen, 108 acres, '83 2 7J will be sold smallest possible, marign. We Thirteen lives were lost in a colliery mony. The DUCKS, tO. 3. attendents were Mr. Leslie Montgomery, Woodson, 25 acrts on McKIn rlistit.tr near New Glasgow, N. 8., jesttr-da- r. D. Cox and Mies Pet Bright. 1 10 1 CO JIcMollen, Logan, 2acres. ney Branch, '83 and '81 ask an inspection and invite competition. Prices Mr. and ., 1 1 1 00 Mitchell, Thomas, 10 acres, '63 and '61. Green Hirer. Elijah Bardene was burned to Mrs. Mills, left on.the 12;-1- train for their Marsey, Jamis, 63 acres on nr Mason's "Mn. 80 Miller, George, 5 acres, '83 and '81.......... Matthews, Martha. 80 acres Gar.. 2 and goods guaranteed. BRIGHT & 0UEEAN. home in Louisville. death in Jessamine Wednesday. jr. .V. 3IESBFEE, Sltcrlf. S 40 Morton, Wm , 61 acres on Grten IUrer NOTES OF CURHEMf MUNI'S. ral The New Groceries aod Hardware House of TAYLOR BROS. IPaiiiily feoues-ies- 'I! - Our Hardware and Pocket Cutlery 1 -- Ex-Msy- d - W. H. HIGGINS ! Gr-HtC- Inp , It Fenny & M8ilHSTOff PHARMACISTS, RCt-l- -- lo JEWELERS ai Mar-MiaMWiMMyMMMM- Or-leea- J. cmuiAtf. ........- BRIGHT & CURRAN. DEALERS .... Groceries, Hardware, Queensware -- a FARMING -- IMPLEMENTS. e -- Furst and Bradley Sulky Plows, South Bend and Hamilton per Turning Plows. IINE Clip- pro-mol- ed ht FOR TAXES 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. XMUiilg We also have a Largo Lino of Walking and Walter A. Wood Harvesting Machines. at the f the ' n Stiui-SStckl- g iRtejjorloimqd Febrsary 13, 1885 TIME CARD. 1 The Rink will be open as usual t. MARRIAGES. pota- The combination sale ot trotting horses of 80 head, at an aggregate of $15 , StufKd, Kj., . UH train going Wanted.-5- 00 bushels of toes. Bright & Curran. Irish Fon Sai.b seed. J N 'LOCAL North-...- ,- Bright & Big lot of country oata for Curran. en Si in - Kipmetratn" 8outh....i 'Korb....M. Bonta -..- --.. ,...., M.iw.:a9A,x, 1 9 p.m. M I t'J r. m tempting i,m, Theabove It calculated on standard time. Holat shot while atfrom tho jail at Lexington, died Tuesday? It1a said that his wife lives in Garrard county. was tov escape James May, who Itnal about 2Gmlnut n splendid assortLOCAL NOTICES. ment of Spring aulliogp, which I would be Buv your school bdoka from Penny & glad to have my customer and tho public I am daily receiving McAllster. call and examine. II. C. ter. A coMrwrri: stock of jewelry, latent style. Kockford watches a specialty. Penny & MoAlistcr Fauuxrx, Kxau This Go to Dr. M, L. J!jnrofe' drug store and get one package of Satn A. Clark' Hop Remedy. If you are not natlvfled after biting It yotlf money will be refunded. PERSONAL The Louisville Cummacial finds the Watches and Jewelry repaired on short blink books furnished the clerks ofthat Rocknouce anu warranto or renny .aicAlbv Ji'a Garden 8;ed, reah and gen uine nt 1'enny ct MCAiieter's. Landiict Ripley, The Tailor. ii castle for 1881, '82 and '83 cost the State $037.00. Thls'amount ought to be enough to fill the clerks' office with books. What's the matter up there? Ak interesting story, entitled "Sale of L?tnd for Taxes." written by that accom pllshtd coupoeer, Sheriff J. N. Menefcr, f appears in this issue and will bs continued through several subsequent issues. There Mn PrrEii Uamtox continues quite Is a large number of characters In tho story and what makes it more interejting all of ill. Mn. and Mn8. J. C. Hays went to them either live or have lived in this coun- tr- Louisville yesterday. - W. LaRue Thomas, Eki , the clover A few weeks ago we note I that AlexanLife Insurance man, is here. der Coppage, a citizen of good repute from Dji Hawkins Huow.v was prent n Cisey county, had been taken to Louisville the marriage of hi nleo, Wednesday. on a charge of passing counterfeit money, Mn.W. K Veach and family left for Tuesday he wis arraigned belore the U.S. Louisville yesterdny, where he In a secured Court, when be plead that "the prosecution a position an millwright. was instigated by a man who had seduced Mil Samuel Eviutt, of Lebanon, in defendinl'a daughter; that the counterfeit litre to rre If he can atop our riamery op coin in question had b'ecn taken in by him eration, but it is love's labor lost. in hii bjiincta ai a brsndy distiller; MhbAu.ik P. ilunui.c, of Lincoln that he was near sighted and unable to tell ouply, is the guest of MIm Maggie. Taylor, bad mom- - from good." If this is really Lexington Trana-cripon Maxwell atreet. the state of the case the old mau ought to be acquitted and a chromo given to the Mini Florence TnuEiiEAivr left yea mn who will end the miserable career of terdar to visit her ilitsm at Huntington, the seducer and complainant. V. Va. Muter Julian flam-naccompan-le- J A SL'DDKN drop In tha temperature of hrr. Mn Geo. C. Kellhi, Jn, of this abnut 50 desrcei in twelve hours made the iffi;e, caught a severe cold while playing preeent cold spell the most dissgreeable and has gons horns to gel n kind and of this reisan of rcmuka-bl- a th cold snap. Tuesday was a bitter cold mother's attention. J. II G, McIOnney, requea's us to sty day and by Wednesday morning the mur-cur- y had crawled U & below zro. It tint MIm Km,mGood gave a aooial oa8t-urdi- r night in honor of Mill Ivnmi Lick-ey,went up some during the day and y ester H. Waitcrfitld and C. Tucker, who day morning had retched H" In its nppt r accompanied be'r homi from l'ark-.lll- f, course. Poor people and dumb brui-where sbo has bsen visiting for some time. have suu"JrcJ ncTMdy here, but nothing in The ascial wai greatly enjoyed by the comparison to what they have in the Yet. The uiurcury ranged from 20 to 10 be young folks. Mr Fkixk J. Wavma.v, of the Black-poo- l, low and thoujanda of caltla and hogs weie England, 2inu, left Tuesday for the frexsn to death, whule freight train loads World's Etpfllon at New Orleans, where of them being lost in many insttnect. All work for the the rjads leading to Chicigo were blocked he expects to do njw-pipnext rertral months. Mr. Wayman has by anor and ice and nearly all tho trains mads miny friends here and amosg them had to bj abindonod. JL;t us pray that is a little beauty for whom he ceems to this spell breaks the backbone of this miserably diagreib!e winter, have formed a warm attachment. i a t. Mr. Lew. B. Timu' staff was warried Wedneeday to Miss Emma J. Struby, Mr. J. L. LoRan and Mies Sillie G. Hirherjon elopod to Harrodsburg, Tuesday and were made one It ia said that one of the numerous brothers and a little Lancaster beauty aro to wed on the 22J. A chromo for a correct gucai as to both parties. Mr. Thomsa Tharpe, County Clerk of Madison, and Misi Florence Shearer, of Kirkaville, will be married on the 17ih. Misa Shearer will be remembered horo as a handsome and accomplished lady, The marriage of Mr. Joseph Wallace Hayden to Miss Annie McKinney Brown at high noon Wednesday was the fond consummation of tender love strengthened by several years of happy courtship, and they aro to be congratuiated'on the glad fruition of their hopes and almi. In the ceremony, which was nt the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs Permelia Brown, Judge T, P Hill, Jr. and Maslerson Peyton, Eq stood up with the couple, while E'd. W. L. Williams in a solemn and impressive manner bound them till death shall pari. Owing to the recent deaths of the father of each of the contracting parties, tho wedding was a very private one, not moro than a dozsn of the moat intimate relatives being present, and when their hesrty gocd wishes had been extended, Mr. nod Mrs Hayden left for a Southern tour, which embraces n visit to the Great Exposition at New Orleans, in one of the rich apartments of a Mann Bjurdotr Cir. The bride was handsomely attired in a brown cloth suit which matched that of the groom and her loveliness was never more striking. She is bright, vivacious and accomplished and will we are sure mske a loving and true little wife. Mr. Hiyden is a good business nian, wealthy and without small on other vices and the union must prove a happy one, That it may the Intekior JounNAL Joins their other numsrjus friends in sincerely wishing. an at Lexington on Tuesday resulted in the Brown, of the Louisville dispocal 205 The liijkeat price touched by wool in 40 years was in 1801, when it reached $1.10 per pound, the lowest q lotation that year being 7o cent. Sixteen cents appears to be the lowest figure reached in the half It is now worth 18 to 30 cents. ccn-tur- HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. I iaj sht Deaths. er LOCAL MATTERS, offi :e Old pipers 40 cents a hundred at this desirable, dwelling Fon Kent. houses at Richmond Junction. Hud Dud " derar. I want to rent 10 or 00 acres of good blue grass land, near Stanford, J. S. To Hughe. A DAi'ourEUofSim ' Rout, colored, was burned to death, yesterday at his Louse on Mr. Will Hays' farm. who was The Miss Meota Simpson, presented him with another girl a few days ago. wife of W. L. Diwjon, II. J. Dahst oflera for sale 12 building lots, 00x132 feet, between Stanford and Rowland, well located and accessible. silver dollars, coinage 1SS5, are plentiful in Louisville. Look out for them. They are said to bs very deceptive. Oun farmers should not neglect to read the card addreseed to them by the Cream-cr- y giye Co. Itwlllbetotheiriotereitto matter a teat at least. the Counterfeit second butcher's shop has gone into operation here and a third is spoken of. If A competition make meat cheaper and tenderer, the public will have no causj to complain. The two Bush boys and James Feny were trieJ before Judge Carson yesterday and held in $300 lall each for stealing Marshall Bright'a mules. They went back to U. The absence of Mr. J. W Hayden will not shut off the supply 6f bargains at his establishment. J. W. Rout will be there and see that all who favor him with a call, shall have what they want at. much leea . than cost. deputies wem to Shemff Menefee's have bad luck with horses. George Carpenter's beauty wae spoiled by a kick in the face from one, and now Andy Cowan ia almost unable to get about because of a kick on his leg. Better require them to ride bicyclea or walk. If any community ought to hanker for a Creamery, this surely should. Occasionally we get butter fit to eat but tho larger ,iin offered for aale here is miserably ia mean. When it hasn't got lard in it or can stand alone, wo find eo strong that it about two parts of ealt to one of butter. Hurry up your Creamery. his W. G.DUNNwaa not present when the toll gate was caueu, cite for running and costs but Judge Varnon fined him $10 issued all the same. Another warrant wai and Mr. Dunn was fjraeecond offenee Sher-if- f brought before tha Court by Deputy hia imCowan, but he plead that it was had givpression that President Vandeveer authority to pass through the gate en him hla toll a and ho was let ou. He then paid now has the 'month in advance and right to the pike. Mr. B G. Alford received a dispatch from his wife, who started to her bed'ide in Columbus, Ky , that her eis'.cr, Mrs. John 15 Cook, died before sh'e reached there. Herdisea-- e was consamptlon. -- MUsTillaMcAnich, daughter of Mr. McAnich, who recently died near Middlelurg, of typhoid fever, died Tuts- dy of the samu disease. There are 23 casts of typhoid fever in that neighborhood, including two more in tho McAnich family. Foster Mr. T. J. Foster and family have the sympathy of the community in the lose of hia son and namesake, who died Tuesday evening of abscess of the lungs, aged 13 years. Osing to the exceedingly cold weather, the remains were placed in Man Shot. Yesterday about noon, Mr. the vault at Bufhlo Springs Cemetery to F, J. Curau, of the firm of Bright & Cur-ria wait burial nt a more appropriate time. went into Nuncclley'a livery stable and asked Sol en Craig, colored, to pay an RELIGIOUS. account. Craig disputed the amount and Dr. J. W. Cox will preach at MethoMr. Curran stepped back to the store for dist church next Sunday at 11 A. M. and 7 his books. Returning he reiterated that M. the amount wu jail as be stated it. Craig i. Elder C. C, Ciine, of Louisville, has replied that he would not pay him any accepted an invitation to take the Chair jf way, though he might pay some of the Science in Chriatian College, Colclerks. Curran insisted that he go right Natural umbia, Mo. Ho will remove thither next up then and pay them, but he mumbled something about he wouldn't go Inside August. The Washingtonian Society of Green hia store and pulling clT bla coat, said he River College haa notified Elder John Bill didn't propoec to be bultdczed any way. of the Christian church here, He started towards Curran, who backel Gibjop, pastor of his election as honorary member of the several yards and warned him not to touch Society. him-- Finally the negro caught him by the neck and as he did so, Curran fired a LAND, STOCK AND CROP 32 calibre pistol in his faw, the ball enterCollars, Ilames, Trace chains, Back ing above the left eye and lodging under bands. &c , at T. R. WaltonV. the skin, apparently doing no great dam-Bg--T. J. Hill sold to Williams & Ramsey Just as the shot was fired tho negro 15 head of butcher cattle at 3 cents. succeeded in throwing Curran down and A top dressing of fine stable manure in they were on the ground when pulled apart. Craig bears a very bad reputation. Ho is winter ia a great benefit to lawna and grass the same who rhot Cur ran 's fine dog some- plots. A little linseed meal, given occasionaltime ago for which ha waa fined and imprisoned. There ii not much sympathy ly, will help to keep a horse's coat bright for him even among hia own- - race. Dr- - and glossy. Fifteen hundred millions of dollars are Reid probed for the ball last evening and slid to be the value of the cattle in tho found that on striking the skull it had United States. V'it, half of which he got out. The average per head for Short Horns Anentthe Blank Book Swindle. sold in 1881 was $109.05; in 18S3 the averWe dropped into Ojunty Clerk Blafn'soffice age was $205.50. yesterday and calling hia attention to the W. T. Graham, of Fleming, sold a Louisville Ommtrciar article on the frauds Spanish jack to Adam Fisher, of West Virperpetrated on tho Slate by the clcrka in ginia, for $1,100. the matter of blank hooka, asked him how J. H.Miller returned from Cincinnati much he taxed the State per year for such Wednesday, where he sold a d of supplies. He replied- - "I don't think my 1,3751b. oxen at $1 80. books coat over $50 pir year, if that While choice country butter is quoted but I am confident that the Commonwealth in Louisville at 10c to 17c creamery brings is swindled out of large sums yearly in the 37c. There is always that much difference. matter. In the first place the stationery The green and dried fruits of the Unibouses seem to have no fixed pricei and ted States aro roughly estimated to reach in tho drummers that they send out gouge to value $100,000,000 in good seasons, requirthe fullest extent that an inexperienced ing for their cultivation 55,000,000 acres of clerk will stand, and frequently they charge land. higher in the bills than they have agreed Rev. R. M. Dudley haa sold hia farm to. They go to an eaay going fellow and in Madison county, containing 175 acres, tell him that if ho will order so many books to II. B. Todd, of Clark county, for $9,000, they will furnish him all the stationery he and has purchased of the heirs, the Elijah needs for hia own use free, and I had one Thronaberry farm, of 210 acres, two miles fellow to offer mo a fine gold pen for an north of Georgetown, on the Turkey Foot order. I ordered him out, but never re road, at SCO per acre. Timea. ceived the ptn. Then they have deed hooka Good cattle aro active and firm in Loufor Commlmoners' deeds, which are print isville and prices range from 2 to 5 cents ed so that a clerk can by filling up n few for common to beat shipping. Hogs aro blanks, record one in a few minutes. These active, with prospects good at $i to $5 25. of courso cost enormously high and the Sheep and lambs are steady, the former at State pays for what the clerk is also paid 2 to 11 cents and tho latter at 3 to 1 cents. to do. There ia much room for a clerk to Cincinnati prices are a littlo higher all swindle if he wishes to and I have no around than these. doubt that many yield to the temptation." John Ryan sold to shippers of this Circuit Clerk Bailey did not think that his place 10 head of 1,700 pound steers at 5c books cost over $25 a year, which would per pound. They wero shipped to Pitta-burmake the books for Lincoln county amount Bos-wePa. George Whitney and to $75 per year, and that, considering the CO head of feeders at havo purchased amount of business done, is not high. The $03 per bead. Simon Well Bold to 8. T. next Legislature should change the law, Goff 25 head of No. 1 feeders at $01 per however, eo tint clerks disposed to be dis- head. Good judges estimate these cattle at honest can not so easily defraud the State. 5 to 5 cents. Lexington Transcript. a n, e. car-loa- The assessor man is among us, asking Impertinent questions, There is a growing suspicion that the peach crop has been destroyed ngain. I once heard of an ugly man whose Jooka were improved by the heela of a mulo applied to hia face, hut did not believe the Btory. I have seen George Carpenter, however, and he Is' now a le.ftcl beauty. The West Eod has not only no candl-fo- r any office, but not a single applicant, ao far as ia known, for any Federal appointment. Like Cincinnalus and Washington and Bill Elkln, our great men are content to have served their country faithfully in her hour of need, and are willinc now to enjoy the fruits of their labors in the quiet of private life. As the result of a careful outlook over the political phases of the world, the probability looms up with stsrtling distinctnets that future contests in this country will turn on questions entirely new in our history Old issues are almost entirely settled. The late Presidential campaign about proved that on all great national questions the American people are almcst unanlroou. And it vay bs well that such Is thecajejutnow Ordinarily thtre ! a necessity fjr antagonism of principles and strife of parties In order that the general stclfare may ba promoted. But when danger threatens there is reed for a cessation of internal onf!''ctr. Now it ia not assumed that we are in any pressing peril. But one thing is certain, we are not in a condition to encoonter such a peril shoujd it arise With our extended I'ne of coast, with the tempting wealth of our best and largest cities, with a navy rid.'ciilouoly inadequate, even contemptible, we are at the mercy of sny invader who msy covet our broad But worse than this, we have a growing and menaoing spirit of discontent smong our people which threatens to becocse formidable. In order to secure sifety this spirit must be app-as- eJ. Suffering must be relieved. Ornres- flion must cease. Toe dynxmite fiend must bj qnellcd. Enployment must be furnished. Law must be jadiciously and firmly enforced. Crime must be punished and virtue awarded. We have a wide field for the culture of the S'atesman, tho patriot, the philanthropist. Monopoly ia at present the bane of our conntry. The old coclllct of Capital vs. Labor a corfl.'ct alwaya fearful in its intensity is portentiously imminent. While we have our stations throughout the land to predict every change of temperature, signal every sweeping ciclone and herald every storm, we are neglectiog the premonitory threes of a great political onvulsion which Is catering its forces in our very mida'. This is not mere corjjclnre. The history of the next decade will chronicle startling and tremendous events. Dr.Pettus Accepts, To the Editor of The Interior Journal. Crab Orchard, Feb. 12tb. In reply to the very flattering call of my neighbors and the solicitation of many other friends of the county, I announce myself a candidate to repies'nt Lincoln county in the next Legislature. Subject to the action of the democratic party. J. D. Pzttus. The lifchtoing burned out 20 telephones at Owensboro Monday. ex-lss. ,. - VSJIV . ,1 H i ! , - a! t '1 - 4 Beautiful i.. Coal v a Vases I ! . 1 --- at- Cost' ""atr" m 9 5 T. R. Walton's r' Corner Main and Are You Tirtd of Being Sick ? Wo want to say a word to tha men, women and glrli who work to itorw, offices and factories There are hundreds ol thouiaadi of you in the country. Very few ol you are well. You are shut up too much aniei-rcl- u too little. In this way you get tick. Your bloJ U had. your digestion poor, your head often aches, you don't feel like work. Your liver, itomsch and kidneys are out of order. Farkei's Tonic has cured hundreds of euchciK. It U pure, sure and pleasant. on Ilatt" clean out ra't and mice. Uc. "Rough on Corn" for Corns and Bunions. 1'c. Thin people, "Wells' Health Itenewer" restores health and vigor, cures dyspepsia, Ac. SI. "Rough on Toothache" glTealnttant relief. 15c. Ladles who would retain freihness and vlractty, don't fall to try "Wells' Health Itenewer." "Buchu-palba,- " great kidney and urlnrry cure. Flies, roaches, anta, rata, mice cleared out by "Rough on Rata." lie. 'Bough on Cough-,- " troches, ISc; llcjuld, 25c. For children, alow In development, puny and delicate, use "Wells' Health Itenewer." "Rough on Dentist" Tooth Powder. Try It. ISc. KerTOua Weakneaa, Dyspepsia, Sexual Debility cured by "Wells' Health Rentwer." f 1. Mother Swan's Worm Byrup, for feverUhnecs, worms, constipation; tastaleis. 25c. Stinging, Irritation, all Kidney and Urinary 11. couiplaluta cured by "Ruchu-palba.- " Night sweats, fever, chilli, malaria, dyspepsia, cured by "Wells' Health Renawer." My husband (writes a lady) la, three times the wan since using "Wells' Health Renewer." (1. i, If you aro falling, broken, worn out and use "Well1 Health Itenewer." Jl. Frevalenca of Kidney complaint In America; a a quick, complete cure. SI. " bed-bugner-iouBuchu-palba- WJ Somerset Streets ''Rough i r. ' c NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. .' Lincoln Circuit Court. VI. Notice to Creditors. W. M. HOWARD, AC. The credttora of W. M. Howard aro hereby noti fied to produce before mo at my olllca In (Stanford, Ky., their claims properly verified on or before the 10th day of Match, 1883, or they wlllbe barred. 16-- DAVIS, MAU.ORY Co, 1 -4 if i at . A f A L Muter Coiu'r L. U. C, h AX Masoiiliciincr's Restaurant Orrosrrx Cocar-Hovs- a t ' nt ll DANVILLE, - m m KENTTJCKY & ' Meals are Mrred at all bouts. Game always on hand and In lta season, oysters fresh fish, and aim-lidellcaclea served in all styles, and en abort notice. Look out for the algn Woodbine Restaurant" and call when you are hungry. JP. W, ACOu I'JWJ, 5"' UA80SUEIHEU Danville, Ky. j;a' y as all Then, themselves Into tune. tho lender rottlo fcack Into silence, Issues from tho llttlo door and takes his seat Ho raises his baton aud tapi desk. Then ho casta a on February 13, ib85 sharply with ithim his see Stanlbrd, Ky., to glanco around it nil nro ready, aud mumbles tome German which, being translated, Is: "Two in a bar, gentlemen." taps again with the baton, and, A PEEP AT THE LITTLE ROOM UNDER Then he raising it aloft, poises It over his head while THE STAGE. he glaucos around at his men. Every bow is raised, every wind instrument is at Its Arrival or tlio Musicians Tho Drummer playcr'o llp, and tho drummer's sticks are clovntod nbovo tho head of the larger kotlle ami His ainny&lded Calling Tlio drum tuned la A. The leader's bead lurches Closet Skeleton At Tronilrone'a suddenly forward, his baton descends swiftly and emphatically, and all tho instruments Last tlio Leailcr. burst simultaneously into tho grand tutti with which tho ovortu.ro begins. New York Times. BRITISH GREAT GUNS. WHAT ONE MAY SEE AT WOOLWICH ARSENAL, ENGLAND. A rMNMHWRAX W. F. McCLAKY Is a tandldste for reprssentillvs of Uocoln ty, subject to the action ol the democracy. "coun- ATTOHNBY, A.T KY., DANYIU-E- ATBX. ANDEU0ON, X.A.W, Hundred Kounilrlen-ThKlghtj'-One-To- Acres o n of Slagaalnes and dun Factory An FaInfant Will prsctlce la the Courts ol Boyl; sad adjoining Is a candidal 'or repressntatlvsof Lincoln couneooaUti sad In the Court of Appeals. ty In the nstt Legislature, subject to th action of th democracy. JOHN II. MILLi:iC j. b. A.t .Law. Attorneyvisa. Circuit Court Coramlwloner Rockcastle And Muter Uons a ipoouUty. MT. YERNON, KY. Will prsctlee in the Kockcutle Courts. Office tuous Old Cannon. Frank Yclgh In Detroit Free Tress. In some way or other tho secretary of war overlooked mo when iu London, but it was only necessary to drop him a line at his headquarters in Pall Mall to rocelvo a prompt reply in the shape of a formal document notifying me that tho war department had ordered tho Wcolwich arsenal authorities to admit me to that establishment. Tho ride down the river In a penny boat passing under London brl Ige, over tho tunnel and by Billingsgate, Greenwich and Black-we- ll took about an hour. Reaching tho matsivo iron gate of the arsenal, a commit too of reception, composed ot Ave as handsome policemen as over snored against n lamp post, had thoughtfully boon provided, one of whom led me into an office, where I was invited to sign my autograph a simple request that I always accede to. Unco lnsido the hundred acres of tuaga-zlnand foundries surround the visitor in bewildering profusion. Hero and there odd little trains of cars drawn by odd llttlo engines went winding among (be shops on narrow guage tracks. To tho light of the main roadway was the can factory, tbo shlnlns explosives xuring in streams from tho swiftly-workin- g machines like wheat from a fanning mill. Adjoining stood the bullet department where thousands ot leaden pills of all shapes and sIzm were being fashioned, scores ot boys manipulating the molds. In succession came tbe laboratory for making cartridges and projectiles, tho gun carriage end wagon departments, o ich occupying immense long buildings. Workmen in large (quads were everywhere, in fact, about 10,000 are employed In the works. Tbo center of attraction is tbe gun factory, established nearly !?00 years ago by a German. What monarehs of mechanism were being fashioned by tho band of man! g enormous tritons, destined for a service. From tho glowing cauldron of flro a hlsting shrinotbe swarthy workmen, with distended sinews and powerful muscles, carried tho wrought iron masses, simmering with a heat as condentod as that from which it came, and laid them on an iron bed. Tbe building trembles as the mighty the largest in the world descends and solidifies and shapeni the cooling metaL At hut solid piece ot iron of tbe requisite length Is complete and it then r ind thickness moved to another fouudry on powerful trucks where, resting in a bed, largo borers slowly but surely chisel out the center, while tbe exterior Is rounded ami smoothed by immense knives. Finally It Is placed among its comrades in the yard where literally thousands of others field pieces and mortars, howitzers and smoothbores, elghtoen-pounder- s and lay strewn around a vast armament giving one a startling idea ot tho d horrors of war." Tbe eighty-onton infant, stretching to a length of twonty-tevo- u feet, lay peacefully at ths entrance to the gun foundry, as docile ind barmles In hli mental grandeur as a itrandod whale. But let that gaping-- , ominous mouth once sjeak; lot it but utter a (ingle hissing syllable, and death and are tho result. A trial of tbe great un was made at Dover. Four men rammed ilown a gigantic charge of 430 pounds of powder. At a given signal a denso volume of smoke, preceded by a blinding flash, startled the anenibled crowd. A few moments after and tho projectile, woighlnj; pound;, struck and plougbod up the water it a calculated distance of four miles. Tho recoil of the gun carriage was no less than even feet. Tho doors and windows of the nirrounding houses rattled, others shook to their foundation; tho large panes ot gbws in e tho were Clown out and tho grim old monster subsided. I wandered for an hour or more among tbe warlike dendicts, huddled together by the hundreds hi corners, tmong pyramids ot cannon-balls- , chain shot, rockets aud shrapnels. Soma had seen serv-Ic- o old veterars, rusty, ind crippled. In a solitary corner lay a group of Florentine guns of 1750; near by was a long, slender cannon cast in 1077, while beyond it were seen teveraf pieces of from India and tho Crimea. Famous and cannon aro treated with great respect. The White Tower in London is surrounded with a curious colloo-t'o- n of old cannon, some of very heavy cal-il- r and highly decorated. One was cast at Malta in 1773, with exquisite reliefs on tbo barrel, and two brass guus takon by Gen. Wolfe at Quebec are among the number. s Mounted high ou tho parapet ot old castle the king's bastion and overlooking tho wonderful panorama of city and country and sea, lies Mont Megx, the famous piece of ordnance which is said to have been forged at Moiu in Belgium in 1470. James IV employed it at tin siege of Dumbarton death-dealintrip-hammsemi-circulelghty-ono-tonne- rs "grlm-viwgee light-houssmoke-begrimmo- d ord-.anwar-tried Edln-boro'- Collee- - la Court-hous- e. Underneath tho stage, a llttlo to tho right of tho center, U n nnall room, to which entrance Is effected by a wooden door. Tho furniture of tho room consists of a wooden bench runulns along three sides, a rough wooden table In tho centor, and a fow wooden chair. A ploeo of cracked looking-glas- s lianjrs on tbo wall dose to a flickering gaslight, encased in a wire Dotting, which does not aid its brilliancy. The side of tbo room which is not trimmed by tho bench is provided with a largo wooden closet, whose shelves oro loaded with sheets of music and music-bookTho air has an odor of ancient beer and stale tobacco. Thoro Is no ventilation sivo what comes through tho door when it is open. Presently a footstep is heard and a man enters hastily. He throws off his overcoat, hangs up his hat, and mumbles something llko an oath In very wry nocked man, with German. Ho is a Bhort, thick-so- t a sagacious countenance and a broad forehead that would do credit to a statesman. Ho unlocks the c!oeet and begins to take Thi, then, down rome of the music-bookis the gentleman whoe llfo is spent In an earnest endeavor to knoc'x tho immortal soul out of the bass drum. He likowiso plays tho tho snare drum, tympani, or kettle-drumtho triangle, tlio bell harmonica, tho child's rattle, tho baby squeak, the champagne poppor, the railroad locomotive imitator, the telegrai u ticker, and the clog dance blocks; and ho can, when souls aro to bo tortured, extract misery from tho xylophone. Ho Is the arsis of tuijilc tho acute accont of melody. Ho is likewta) the librarian of the band. Ho takes down tho parts of the opera which U to be performed and also tho score. Piling them up in his arms he ascends a short flight of wooden steps and crawls out of a llttlo door which looks liko tho ontrance ti the cuddy of a small yacht. He places each part upon its proper stand, (though he occasionally plays havoc with tho first fow bars of the overture by putting the first oboe's part on tbo first cornet's desk), and then deposits tho score upon the leader's desk with a loud thump and a grunt Thou he goon over to his own of relief. corner the end of the orchestra on tbo right of tho audience and examines his various instruments of torture. Tho snare drum is oraced up and tho bass drum Is in readiness for action. Tho placed removed from are covers wcodan the tympani and laid away whero they will not interfere with his exertions in the course of tho ovening Thon bo dives down into tho "band room oueo more, and brings up his other instruments. This being a gouuine comic opera, no burlesque noises aro admitted, so be brings up only tbo triangle and tho bell harmonica. There is a sunset sceno in tho opera, and tho composer has, of course, introduood the distant, rhythmic beat of the village chimes. The drummer, having placed these things in their proper placet, disappears once more ln'o a room. It is not a band room. Presently another man enter tbo little room under tho stage. Ho carries a fat, black caso under his arm. He deposit? the casj on the table, and slowly unwinds a red worsted scarf from around his nock. Having n yards, he foldsit carefomo fully, and inserts it in tho inside breast Then bo takes off pockot of bis overcoat. liis hat and hangs it on a hook in a corner. Next ho slowly, and with many a crunt, divests himself of his overcoat, which he spreads upon the table, and carefully folds up, afterward laying it tenderly awayon the top shelf of tho clo&ot. Then he produces from an inner pocket a pipe end a bag of tobacco. He Oils the plpo, lights it, and sits down for a comfortable smoke. He is a thin, man. Something appears to have boon wasting hU physical forces. His fa co is pinched and his neck Is a mass of swollen veins and enlarged cords, Who is ho) What li hot Frozen tly he draws a piece of chamoisskln from his pocket, and then opens the Hack caso and brings forth his instrument The secret is outl He plays tho boss s. s. s, half-dorcweak-lookin-- STANFORD, KY. side Main Btrest, two doors short ths Mtsts UoUlt FrcacoCelllng Taper Hanging a Specialty. Pure Nitrous Oxide Qss sdialnliUrsd whsn Orders Promptly Attended to qulrtd. . BTAsroaD, KY. DB. W. D. PENNY, Office-So- uth r- eunoisoN dentist, HOUSE HANOBS. AND PAPEB Look, Read .. ..in ...-- .I IIIIUIDUHBUU IIMJ T. J. THE OR BAT BOS1VEY, Through Trunk Line PAINTER! All A NEW CREMATORY TEMPLE. The Corner-Ston-e Adlor thought that poetic Imagery had much to do with tho tenacity with which mon clung to tbo custom of putting their dead into tho ground. Poets and singers referred to the gmvo as an abode of rest, a bod ot final rcposo, a placo ot shelter, thus throwing a falso glamor over tho hideous reality. Nowadays, ho said, an ivsthetlc sonso reOur bodies volted against earth burial. aro the garments of intelligence, the homei of tho spirit, and should not bo permitted to gradually putrefy. Speaking of tbo expressed fear that people might be cremated when life was in tho body, ho advised that an autopsy bo held before incineration to satisfy doubting lawyers ntd physicians. For his part ho had rather die under tho knife than awaken undor ground. Taking a moral view of he thought It would be well to havo the ahes of departed ones be f oro us in churches, either in niches along tho walls, or in a receptaclo behind the altar, "to remind us of tho trusts we havo inherited from just generations." Cremation would do away with all the gloomy blackness ot tho pall which now surrounds death. With good luck tho company expects to cremate its first body next February in tho largest retort in America. It is improved in many respects over tbo Lo Moyno furnace in Pennsylvania, Twenty dead bodies Tare now awaiting its completion to be reduced to ashes. Tho cost of cremation in each caso will bo from StO to 25. The cost of the building will bo about 11,000. Tho land cost The edlflco is designed as a roodiOed Grecian temple ot brick and marbl?, forty by isventy-twfeet. Tho boscmsnt will contain, in the roar, ths furnace, which will bo and will bi constructed chiefly of adapted to coke, with a regenerator. Tb incinerating chamber will consist of retort, which will exclado all fuel aud flamo from contact with tho body, and from which tho volatile products of tho Incineration will bo carried into tho furnace for recombustion. Incineration will tako place at a temperature sf about '.',500 degrees Fahrenheit It will require about forty minutes per 100 pounds of tbe subject, and will leavo about 4 per cent. In weight of a purj pearly ash. No smoke will bo vlslblo and no odor perceptible during incineration. Tbe ba.emint will also contain a refrigldarium, whero bodies may bo kept when desired awaiting the arrival of friends from a distance; also a call darium for cose) of possibly suspendod animation, the high temperature of which will Induce speedy ovidences of life or death, as the case may be. There will be, also, in tbe basemont an axlicularium, or urn room, and sit atelier. This last will bo used also far making autopsies, which will bo required in all cases wherein it Is not clear that death is not tho result of natural causes. Tho body ot tho building, or tho ground floor, will be fitted upas a chapel, where any service desired may bo held. In the central alslo of tbU c'uapol, directly in front of the lectern, will bo a permanent catafalque, within which thoboly will be placed, and hidden from vlow by a pall falling; from a framo above. Thenco tho body will dojceud by an elevator to tho incinerating room, and tho servrco and incinerution will proceed simultaneously. The offlco and reception-room- s will bo on tho main floor, in front ot tho auditorium and on either side ot tho "ostibule. How Marriages aro Mudo In llrlttany. 6t. James' Oozette. Tho Bretons of Penza and tho adjoining pnrlshos have, according to ono of tbo French papers, a Michaolmas custom which renders them quite independent of tho musical aud en'chorean aids to matrimony found so jsoful in Vienna. On Miclmelmas Day all he young women in tho district who desire o enter tho married state as omhle on a bridge, tricked out in nil their flnery, ind tako their scats on tho para pat. Tin eligible young men from Pens ami tho neighboring parishoi presently ina-- e thoir sppearanco on tho scene. They scan the features of tho seated dam-'ols- ; tender glaucos jiro exchanged; and when at length a swain has fixed his choice on a particular nymph, ho approaches her and offers Lor bii hand to help her to tho ground. If sho nccopts his hand for tub particular service sho accepts it for life. Tlio parents nro nevor very far IT on those occasions, and if they raise no objection, tho young couplo shako hands and the nedding soon follows. o flro-bricpar-xciil- ar To Ho Heady In February. Thirty men and two women climbed the muddy slopes of Mount Olivet, I L, tho of the now oihor day, to lay the corner-ston- e crematory temple. Tho structure was already finished to tho ground lovel. On the occasion Professor Felix Adler, one of the directors In tho new company, spoke of the sanitary benefits of incineration. Evory timo ho wont to tho cemetery, he said, ho was moro and more impressed with tho loathsome unhealthlncss and decay coiuoque&l upon earth burial. It was productive of discaso and pestilence. Professor laid and the Building aexeeurr. 8TANFORO, KENTUCKY. Office on LsncMter street, rext door to 1stwoaJocRW.it. offlct. Ottcs nows from s sou a. K.snd 1 to 5 r. x. ADNtbttlcs J ministered when Dentist. and Remember Without Change IIJMjr.J Bf. PE1TON, ATTORNEY AT IiAW, STANFORD, KY., All business promptly nd csrtfully sUeaded to. Office on Lancaster Btreet. mIiaIm and Una -- Mlk ..mw nt vi.w.v Braad. frosh at all time. Also a fresh line of to do Taffvaof all kinds. I em also prepared baking ror customers. All orders for Icing end ornamenting executed at short notlc. . X. HAKKM8 lOS-- j. tTharris Ptrs "V "JELm ind with Spud Unrivaled ROUTE SHORTEST QUICkEST AND ntOaf LOUIIVttU TO Till lt SOUTH & WEST JftCkionrtlU. Moblft, and lNw Without PULLMAN CARS Ktshvllle, chanr to Mtmphls, I.lttl Itock, Menltomsry, i ll.nl. B...miavt Orl-uni- . '?'" ! C3-- . Jaa.n. Fiswltt. Louisville, Kr., Cincinnati, O., and Indianapolis, Ind., dealers fnBtelnway A Sons', Decker Bros.'. A Sons', Baldwin A and Haines', J. A C. Klrcher, Vose This notice forswsros hunters, fishermen per- Co.'a Cotuge, Upright and ftjuar Piano iorteaj lands without tramps not to trespass on our also tbe Eatey, dbonlnger and Hamilton Organs. mission, si all such acts are liable lo be proceeuted Instruments suld at price and terms to suit purchasers. Don't give your orders till you get our abjned. ITlb. IBSl. BtantorU. Kr Match Danville, Ky. nm A W. M. McCormack. prices and Uriui. D. Mcntmci. A. W. Carpenter, a.T.nush, C. Wshop, K. Iteld, LctI Hubble. It. Cobb, F. D. Rhodes, Hlcjttns Kelly, W.C. McOormacV, (J. A J. F.Uorer, STANFORD, KY. M.U LyUe. (J. L. Carter J. W.Wfathertord, T. J. Hill. Wm. Uurton, C Vanoy, With Full J. 8. Murphy, J. A. UarrK J. M. Hill, P. W. Carter, J. It. McAlliter, Ed. Carter, This Institution will open Its Fifteenth Session D. J. q. Jones, T. J. Foater. oo th 1st Monuay in oepwmoer umi. Montgomery J. T. M. White, (I. A. Benedict, II. K. Uarcum, ' AXL THE BHAHCHE8 OF A W. K. Atnon M.T. Russell, II J. Darst. A. n. Nnwland. A 0 Nswlsnl. 8. W.QItens. roal-offl- POSTED I. II. I5ul 7Vetir uriuun1 win Co., BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA la Tatse Cars Without Chang. SHORT LINE TO THE EAST rrosa Loatsvlll Ib l'slscsCarswIlhcntcbsngs. Seeking homes on ths LlTIIUnAil lO Un ol tnie road will receive special low ratss. St AgsBta of this Cnmpsny ror ratrs. rautss Ac. or writs C.P.A1M0RC, 0. P. T. A. (' Loul.vlll. Ky. PMIPDiUTC a Stanford Female College. a t Corps of Teachers. CHESAPEAKE UNO OHIO l Enst N.Y. Kentucky's Kouto WashlnQtorPhnadelphia Tie only Un running tyrl THOHOUOHENGUSHCOURSE Are Uoght,M well m IITJ8XO, I offer lorsale ray Farm at Hanirtnn Fork BiUUs UustontllU turnpike, cintsln. yaon onthsBtanford Land, 50 Ing 8 A tlch of Fins Blue-Or- all wall fencIre)nlsTllle,ClBclHBntl ttRd bottom land, Acres belsg Terr ... . 1UIUBB, will, 'ID iHgteH, ityM ed; plenty ol water for stock and domestic iuh' ' IM la iU In IS All persons are warned against putting In regutsr Departments. Primary, ttt; I BtermedlaU . place In HO; rreperawuy, v, train, pasturing or meddling with asthiswill tt I any shsps uuUsi authorised br me, all such psrtiss to the full extent of tbo lew. Wot fnlt partlcuUr. m le Bosjdc., eddrsse II'. JT. llElVF.H. Connecting In same depot with rest train Rawlins, Wyoming Territory. 40 v For Sale ores ! INO AND PAIHTIHU. TBI IiAMTJUAaEO. DBAW- - PULLMAN KEW 8LIEPINQ 0AS9 pur-ro- e. TERMS MODERATE, i.uu.f. hi A SOIiIDEArN I.x lot pros-ecu- ..i WASHINGTON CITY. J--It Diunia. uio"" NOTICE ! Renumber that A. M. FELAND has ai-hv- i 1 MYERS HOTEL, STAFFORD. KT. r.'.ooo. TheDireot Route to Lynchburg , Dun Tills. Ye All Virginia and North Carolina Tor tickets and further Information, apply yoor issntt ticket state, er a4dr.es W. Three Tracts ef L.hbc1 adjoin Propr ing iho ueme E. H. BURNSIDE, with s to rell. ou conlatnlo; IS Acrrs, That hs one M and ths Olasr about 200 Acres alt No. Well - Known Land In good list of cultlTatlon. Also 183 Acres This Old and jflL&imaiuB iw Mountsto Land oa Mason's Gap. Also bating Hotol Stlil High Sop u tat ion, Cattle Over 100 head Bed Short-Hor- n Point. , AMD tlMwbere, 116-3- Wishes tossllGOrr 70 hisJ. Among them there to weansreSObesd or Bull Calves trcni re lings This Is the finest and- beat colored hrrd lo his put or ths Mite, (skin- Into c?nilJrlIon g the number. Not being In gcod health end wish-lobusln ss wjssli, will sell to settle up t bis proper It for lest thsn tberainecan tx toujht Iti Proprietor i Determined that it Shall be Second to bo CoantrT KENTUCKY Hotel ia tho State in iu Pare, Appointenti, or Atten tion to Comfort of their Qaeeti. staa t'ettrtk O. W.NMITH, H. VV. FDLI.EK, (19'! Manatsr, (leo'l Pass'r Ast. KlehmAnd. Vlrtlata AdvtrtUleg Agt JBiso, Tlckst and Pass. Art Ave., Louisville, Kt . E. ARTIOLB. CENTRAL aj A. 31. FRI.A XV, bUuford, Kj. Corporation Notice! Is hereby glTenthat T P. Hill, J- - W. E. Biu-- r, Jno. J. llilloberti, I M 1. Owilsy, A. A. McKlnney. W U. P. M. Mcrtobeits bsre forrurd an incorporated Company under the provision ollbap-terKoft- hs Uen-ra- l .Slalutea nt Kentucky, and have adopted and recorded articles of Incorporation In tbe Lincoln County Court Clerk's office. 1. Notice Alcorn, J. lliuce, E. Welch and BagK.g. wlllbeovjfti to CssmsrelalTrevlsrs.Th Bar will with th cfeeteest always breads of Llaaors tad dfrt Shortest and QaloVeit Bonto from Oen tral Kentnokj to all PoinU Kortb, d. Eut, Writ and Southwett. ast Lin It.tweo KfTect "itlHfOras Iten(e.,, I n S B siH4 CUr. LEXINGTON A CINCINNATI Peheilule In Oct. IS. IUI. He immediately gazes at tho lrutrutni't and heaves a deep sigh. He is t (linking, no doubt, of what might havo boon. Ho Li suTering from the' mental agony of a man who realizes too Into be has chosen tho ' wrong path in life. If ho had only hod some kind frsond to advlso him in his youth, somo 01 w to warn him of tho pitfall into which be win walking, some' ono to tell' bim to chcoso the h'jinlilo but cheerful province of a second f'.uto plajer, with his piccolo by his sldo aud hU freqiunt intervals of samibrevo rests! Iiut atona in the world, in the blind enthu-sirwi- n of youth, bo choso tho lass trombone and has ovor since boeu slowly but surely blowing the breath out Of his body and soul nlo eternitf. Then come tho clarlonit players, slejk, follow, who play a diflleult instrument, but a satisfying ono. For havo they not solo I of surpassing beauty and cade m. of rnro brilliancy to soothe them) An i luivo they not, ino'i.''uvtr, tho deep satisfaction o( playing in A, 1 flat, or C. Next unioj tlio obon.- - Ue fi another mclancliol- - w'ght,AnJ well ho may bj. All his lif .lie has been pursuing a fleeting ihadow -j- mro, mellow vine. Vainly has ho t. I veil - Hivl the toul of hit instrument, but can not. Uo would bo satisfied if ho fcnou tmt hu oboo had na soul, but alas I ho has Kllcr. Tho cumju soon 1rop in presumptuous, uwu. They know that they can drown out tho rost of th orchoitra, having frequently tested tho power of their own embouchure Tho first and locond trombones, quiet and unobtruslvo men; tho second violins, sad and disappointed with life; tho viola', ashamed of tto inward consciousness that they cannot more than half play Hieir own iiutrumenU aud yet enjur to shine forth in Herlioz'H ''Childo Harold" symphony: tho 'cello, an artist and a wit; tho horn, fearful of slips and reminiscent of ono o leifcct jwrformanco of that dread in tlio "Erolca," InJ tho double bass, big and stiong as an ox, all stroll In 0110 by one as tho hour of B approaches. Tho first . lolin accomplished musl-dan'Jovinl companion, aniTtnarvolous beer, bounce in at almost tho last minute and begin to crack Jpkos nt tho expense ot Tlio drummor, who has by this tlmo rotumod At the very last moment tho conductor, who has tarried a fow momonts on the- stage to call tho tcuor'a attention to a sad blunder which ho made on tho previous night, i urfies into the room and throws off I1L1 hat aud owrcoat. Tho leader, In full ovening dross, draws on his whito glovos. At this moment a boll lit tbo corner of the room Is violently rung. Tho musicians rlso, crawl out through their llttlo door, and tako their seats. Tho first coronot mundt his A, the'clarionets and flutes do Hkd-ifanA forthwith, for a minute, there Is a pandemonium ofscraptng, as tho strings got sad-eyetd pas-ng-, V o, trombone. Poor fellow I when firing n saluto In honor of tho duke of York In 1682; was removed to the Tower of London In 1751, aud uaArestored to Sect mid through the Scott in 1829. In USJ. It bunt I. Tbe name of the corporation thsll Ic "The Rtaaford Creamery Corapsaj" and Its pilnclpst office snd pbee o( builnen sbsll b in or nrar tbs city ol Stanford, In Lincoln county, K y. 1 Tbe general nature of tbe bualtoas of raid corpora i ln ahall be tbe p rchaie of cream and tbe manursc'ure and aale of butter therefrom andlhe purcLve, feeding and sa'eol live stock to utilise tbe offal of tbs Cresuery 4 Therspltat stock ti the corporation shall be forty-fiv- e bundrtd dollars, to be dlvldol Into sbsres of on hundred dollara escb, snd shall be paldlnooe Initallmeot wbeo des aaded by tbe directory. A. The corporation eh.llcomiuenrA existence oa tbe 1st dsy or April, 18SJ, and shall coutlnuo t years. exist for th period or twenty-liv- e G TbssfTklrt or ssld corporat'oa shsll ha conducted by a Board or five UlricUis, three ol whom shsll constitute a quorum for tbe tr nuctlon of annua'ly business. r?a d Dlreetois shsll be on the 1st Monday in April, and ahall annually elect a President snd a Bccrelary and Treasurer. Hild Directory shall have power to aelcct and employ such other ferroni as may be nccersarv for the successful management of the affilrs cr the corporation. Tbe lrcorporators shsll elect Boata or Directors, who shsll serve unt'l their surceeisrs shall have been elected and accrpWd the office. 7. The highest amount tf Indebtedness ot ssld (orporatloo shall not at any one lime exc ed one thousand dollars, The private propcrt ol the a'otfcholdirt ol sild corporation shsll cot be II1I fur the corporate debts. J. E. BRUCE, Prrsldent Itlb-tJNO.J. McEOBERTd 6ecy. d ry. Loss or Drain Power. Nervous Kihsustlon, Bemlnal Waknes. Impotericy, and Oeneral Loss of Power ol th (Hneratlve Organs; .n.i .11 iIImim thst follow as a Sefere lakisf . ouent. ol youtniui impruueace or such th. .rM.ni mitured Tears, In tbe Tr.JVM.rk. as Universal Ussltude.Paln Dimness ot Vision, rrema-lur- e back, Old Age.andmioy otter disease thst lea.1 fo Insanity or In all casesol reioal charm, restoring loss or fr'""?'1 or, glvlns to tb .?rt,!B; 7 and inarkl nr beautT. lo lootorr AfterTaVlaj. rosy blooom of health. th sTMurTsy'sSpeclftels sold by all Druggist at package, or sir psekajes far ti perpostage free, on receipt of price. W. Also by mall, VTKull particulars In psmphlet, which will U nulled Ire to every applicant. Address all communications to tb soU manufacturers. CO., 31VHRA V XKOXVISKCity, Mo Kansas Fenny A McAIIster and all Bold In etsnford by Druggists everywhere. Is, Jtaniua PTK A Co., l)ulsvllle Ky. 100-- 1 y rj TraJ. V.rk. WURRAT'H HPECiriC, Am rho (Ircat English Itemedj, Isapoltlveure ror Weak Memo- ts::.--a ?fc2F5? '3 3rff 'I liU I s5s q2 fis' :a t xJ r dLfrf ' 8 -- C a J W..Viii II.- - MnorlAe SCtS Ilk 01 66 BB ?S ?i?" o JJ PBBBSB , I BB.BEBBB M f 1 '' HI! I" J 82Sa 8tJ 85Ct58 iBBBB BB'aBBB j 9SM l0iUIS S-p ?P P i 111! i I i I II Mm e e 0. m is K ..,,. I'd BBBBBB o era ss BBBJB 0 "OOIOM '" P ." 'f- ssus ? vf ' BB'BB BBBBB ' o ' & MISSISSIPPI The Direct Route to I l W. r. TO HAYi HUUH inter-vojtion- ot MM Windsor castla poosss a few as well, the most prominent biiax tho protruding head of a cannon surmounting tho flights of stairs folding to tho summit ot tho Uouml Tow or and commanding a full suoap down to the doorway. s mmm THE 1. IIVER UUST BE K(Pr IN ORDER. St. Louis :r!f..rfrii'!iiii & tho West lAUM4 -- f ifur fHiisrs'i . ..- -, c? el U O . ,. o S Northwest and Soutbweitby Ihe way of iiu-l'i- M 1 -- 'l o b B rim "Mather's" Itnllcr-Skutl- ni lllrtutiou. N'orrKtown Herald. SB Ot OOD. the LIVER and KIDNEY8.ai.il lujroiit Tilt lli i IIKAI.TII nn-- t VIOOR of YOUSIlt lOMt, diseases renulrliiK a ciTtalu and illlcleu Inillccs-tlocpci.miv l))Mic)ji, alitor Apjiel.tc. Lack ol Btriiisth, olclta use Is nurked vUUi liunicitluto and vontk-oim. iuukIcj, nd limes rciele new force, tiilhein tho lulnd and supplies llralii 1'ov.rr. n nil complaints sufTcHliK fin Lt pecullurtot'iiliAIMll. Jlii DR. HAIITEIVB IRON TONIO n Kfe ai'il speedy iuIiiiucaIuii. euro. It Klvis a i kur mill Tlio siroimost icstlinoiiy to iln uiluu of I)n. fre.Uftit attcinpti lUnTuii's liio.v tonic is ihui li d llibpopulur u lo at counlgrfi lllnif I aw ItyortlieorlKliiul. lf)ou cuiucallt uesiru hyalth I IIIU WIIHJiaI. AilUUtll UOIIOI CXPOrl lllelll-f- ft your anaress to in i'r. mirier maa TUAT HACKING COUGH can be so qulcklr Mo..for our"IJJtllAM SOOlt." WILL YOU SUFFEU with Ujepila m-- Ut- Full of straaeeaad nuful Information, flee, It. Fo cured br flhiloh's Curs. vltsllie-- 1 er ConipUIulT Sblloh's 'iwanWd to HArrreR'o Iron Tomio ij ion Gale cy au Or. rini'm-ioTsilt by VtUDf A Mc UIiUt. nor,. Awn cuierott. Fur isloby Tenor ! cAllitcr. Lying on the right side, " ly hjart Is nt your feot." Lying on tho left side, "I havo money in bank." Standing on your noo, 'J tyavo no objeo " tion to a mother-in-laJumping on your s'mtw, "I'm afraid I ?nn't trust you." Lying on your back, "assist me." Ono leg in tho air means, "catch mo." Ono sknto In your moi th, "crushed again." Hitting tho back of your head with your luol, "I am gone." Suddenly placing jxur logs horizontally on Iho floor llko the letter V iiidlcatw, 'I am judgodld not hear distinctly the famous paralyzed." A backward flip of tin hocls aud sudden Mid infamous alliteration. It was uttered in an indistinct way to that thoso right eohodon ot tho kneoj to tho floor indicator alongside tho speaker did not catch its "may I sknto tho next music with you J" but only thoso directly lu front ol An Ice Wuy to Do. biia" Hawkinsllle (da ) News. HlKlit 111 li Mne. A country darky called on Warren Partln Chicago HoralJ.) tho other day for some Ico, saying that the After tbo battle of Gettysburg, ono of tho doctor had instructed him to procure tho loo for his wife, who was verv sick. Tho ilnrkv Union Lui ial pal tlos burled oigbty Fedoral only wanted ono pound of ice, and oa balng joldlers In'ono tronch. Tiny were oil from told that such a small nimntll v rnnlrl nnf. 1v i New York reglmont, and all had seemingly bean klllad by ono volloy. Thoy w ero almost sold for less than 5 cents per iwusd, ho In Un?, taking up but littles moro room than saying: All of 'I Can't MV dat much for ilo I(n- nnrl it nv live-- mcu. nnf nfin them were shot abovo tho l.fMi nntl nf thpm nrtivirAnHt llinl olo 'oman can't git well widout it sho avis' tip minutes af terbclng hit. dio, dat' all." im-por- t, d, - Tho l.Itlln cimnoc. New York Tribune. Howscall a chanco stands between success and defeat is illustrated in the stato-ireof a gentleman who stood by Mr. iSlako at tin Fifth Avcnuo hotel during tho now famous mlnltten1 meeting. "Just ns tl.o last speaker before Dr. Burchard mado his peroration, tho assembly, tired of hearing from their own number, began to call for Mr. Blaine. 'Ho had cleared his throat, tteppeu uownn coupio or ateptj on tho stairway nnd was just about to open his mouth for utterance, when somo gentleman spoko up, 'Just a momotit, brethren; let us hear a singlo word fiom tbe oldest pastor of tho city, Dr. Burchard, and thou from Mr. Bin no.' Courtesy could not do less than iulinlt. While Iir. Burchard was speaking, Mr. Dlalno was evidently meditating on what ho himself should say, and I should ' ricu'tlri lh...lin. Sli.liW. liJIILVnrnilMK.will l.llioullir.puuilta. TlinunlaetTtillnii. ItHprm.lutn.ill. .It? dnitflu tlitbowjll, rnnflu dltloaor tht LlT.r,.. D;inrplt, ConnMrulon, !!)! M. in. t oll!.nl llftnirafn.ri...r mikim I... ... .. - . Hlluiur ni, li Lightolntswlth directa.lonucctlon .1at Ihosa a. MI..I.. the fl HI. n.l w. on ion .L.I uio ..ii..ii'j.i ning Wist. Louis aud all points Only from Iulsvllle or flncln- TT IU llOUrS nsllloht. Uu's.Wog two hours q'llCKer insn any oiuer i nr, kitiiii, uui lime for meilianj first choice or seats In trains going West. faOUISVIfalilS or CINCINNATI. for Lou- Leaving Chattanooga I rnlnCJ ..nt.'1.;.! rinrlnr.-- mike All rn..,.' t3BBBBB j iBB i . g a B JgftSiSSS.SBSS p 01 .. t HsasiaslsB u io h ! j I III. ' f II II ' ia L2 IWK2W ,58! 'BBl UU O'o M u- cii-cus- ri. EBBB1 J14.4.UUM u'S'S-ois-- llillf Mtii SS- Hot ae going by way ..f Chicago, Hours Quicker Witti tf BEBBBB'BSIbBBB flD BBUBB jm&k&S& SsK THE CIilY TRUE O. & M. Alwaya makes MAYVII,I,F, IIHANC1I. Tro7Ti5,"i"Nii NOSTH-BOUM- - . a . I'sny Daily Hi. Huu. Ei. tjun. i li, Fast Tixno nootions and Sure Con Fointi. Lvo CovluMooI.j Lexlrutoh .7:, u lMirnr.;H. ArrtM,lllrrbitrg-,.- With all Lines at S TONIC FACTS REGARDING Sriliulsr'-IicaM- St. Louis and Intermediate ('"Csrllsle " Jolinson " Maysvlllo HOUTII-IlOt'S- A g is a m 0 8 40 a m S i) 00 a m 1 o 44 a m 7 10 30 a in 7 7 M a in 2 00 80 i 20 47 07 00 41 p tn p in p m ii iu pin p nT pm No Ferric.! NoOmnllMisTnui'.-fcra- ! Uo.lT Dally !l.'x. Hun Ex. hun Ko.Sl Dally i It will purify Mill onrloh Uio r nil-null- 1 ftinirQ I ) I Rr-irr-- r-r- rvi Lvo Maysvllle.., 5 41a ra I 20 p r " Johnson. ... Conuectlonsiuslo In Union Depot, St. Louis, t 30 a ro 1 59 p n ".Carlisle-...- ., 7 21 a in. 2 ii p iu with trslns of Unas going West, orthwcst and Mlllcrsburg 7 41 n in a (0 put Honthwwt. .,, call on or Arr Paris K 10 a in g )Ing West to any 8 S3p m II you are " Iexlngton, J 10 a ni 0 CO pm wilto to the " Civlimlon ., II KOa ni 8 ti ii ni In lull and reliable Inrirmatlon Map-- regard to for . OuUps Land, Ac , In the Western titalfs, Notk Train No. 3 runs dally Irom Knoxvllle, -- nd Housohold and lowest special rales lor Tickets(ihlrres Winchester and Lexington to Covington. Goods to all potuts West call on or Train No. runs via lexlugton and Path, and cot via Winchester ani Paris Passenger Ag't Ohio AMIsslsilppI tflbrar. Trsln No. C Is dally except tiunday between LexUarrodslmrg, Ky ington am! Paris, but is dally from Cluilunatl to TV.B BIIAITIIU, W. W.PEAUODV, Oen'l Pais. Agt, Knoxvllle, Pres't and Oon'l M.iu'.sr, iexlngton and Paris: No. 82, dully except C. W. I'ARlsi I ontral Passenger Agent, lesvo Paris 8 20 a in: arr Lexingtons 10a m Clndnnatl. Ohio. No. 63, dally except Hundsy, leave Lexlnglon I 30 p mj arrlvo Paris SIS pin. TIMO. Va.t- WW., Ma. t an.l J ..... - .1.1. .w u ni... tut. via . inrnosier Solid Trains, with Pullman Hleoplng Cars between Cincinnati and Itlchmond, ' , and Wlncho toi and Washington, I). C. SELF-CUR- E Thmilffh tlr1r.t. anil li...... .1 1..1 . any 10 destination rrachrd by i rallroid. vuciaeu A favorite prescription ol one of tin II. H IV. inuel noted and successful specialists In tbe D.r.u,MUKir, WJIITTI.U3KY, Passenger Agent, (ew retired) for Ihn euro of JVerroiiw DebilUut Tmt. Pass. Agent. toe jfmiioert,Hnfcnenndleeai. Ben Covington, Ky, Lexington Urugglitscanflllll InplalnaealedenvclopoVee. C. W. SMITH. U. W. FULLEIl Addrss DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Mo. General Manager (ion, IV Ag ... 1 Bur-da- y, SSP FREE! -- ... kr JPRELIABLE "r" j. I ,