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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885021701 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. i " Sew Weelli fitefiof ImtftmL u' I ' TOftU'M&XDLL GARRARD naI STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. FEBRUARY COUNTY DEPARTMENT. 17, 1885. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 41J PAIN LICK. GARRARD COUNTY. Tort. There is nothing too high for the aspiraLeslie Jenkins ia quite sick. Lancaster. tions of mtn's ingenuity, they say, and Master Sam I). Harris gave an oyster The saddlery and harneo of Mr. BJ surely theie is nothing too insignificant. FubtUhea Tttetilav and Friday; supper to a parly of friends Saturday How much ingenuity of hand and brain is M. Argo, deceased, will be sold out at night. prime cost. yeaily expended o a toys, merely to please A light snow fall Sunday night painted Chrisman & Ross have shipped 1,100,-00- 0 xx3R the waiiiali ids of children? Insignificant the town white for awhile and made sleighpounds of tobacco from this place, for ,M Indeed! Turn back to your own childhood hara to U lfH-IIDRUGGISTS AND PHARMACEUTISTS, ing good Monday. which they have realized a good price. -- ait ur Urn, t2.se wlU U charged. and the delight you then felt at sight of indl-citeThe many smiling faces Saturday Mr. E litor, you are a little mistaken the toy horse or the big rag doll with eyes about the ground hog telling a lie. Judg- that a great' nuy vallenUaen bad and nose marked with a charcoal, and call P. WALTON. log from the weather we have had he must been received. W. it insignificant if you can. Ah. mil the have told the The colored people held an indignatruth. iiv the big rig doll, how you loved it and took All those knowing themselves indebt tion Boeetlag at the courthouse Saturday Wines. Wall Paper, Drags, Thing on Record Musical it to bed with yon and trotted it up and ed to The funniest night at which they protested agslnst the C B. Engleman will find it to their JBoekK, Liquor Insfrttemetita, Chemicals, down on ynur knee, and thought nothing During an exeuralon from Pittsburgh, hwlenscoM of their interest to come forward and settle as their race and appointed Stationery, Pocket Cigars, whilft al CletcUml lb Ktnnard Uoure wn special policemen for "Battle Hon" and was half sj nice. To day your children accounts will be pat in the hands of an Touaccofs, Noups, Cutlery, Oils, appeared late t carry something around clothed in dainty Perfiirjaorj, crowded, when a druiflt liUnips, afachln Fire Arms, officer. "Duncsntowii " apparel, with pansy tyes staring wide and nlghl at the hotel ufllca nml demanded a Duncan Rom, the celebrated athlete, of our citizfns who invested in One Our Jewelry. SIlTonvaro and Optical Goods Department is ia Charge ofCI. bed. The clerk replied that there were on tried to intimidate John Marrs, tbo clerk real hair Jorie up in the mwt approved the lottery was made to feel hsppv by a Thos. Uicliards. Tf ho will Repair Hatches and Clocks promptly and la the best or.e wherestyle. Aod such n wardrnbt; morning, Iy two Tcnnt bed in the house, bozus telrcram the hove put up on him 8tjlc. at the Fifth Avenue Hotel at Louisville in u qmrlired a PilUbnu inorninjj news-pap- the other day but was compelled to "craw- dinner and evening drerse of silk and lace, stating that he had drawn $1,000. Captain man, and the other a PitUburgh fish" when John shoved a pistol down In and you think tf tbo old ftahioned purple II. says he felt good for occa in his life. otenlog newspaper wan, who were with the his face. John Is a Lincaiter boy and not calico dress and brown cap that simebody's It is daily expected that some little doll ured to wear and get thoughtful. There ex curator. likely to be bulldozed. boys here will ba killel by the cars. They is generally a grandmother now, a then, to 'To Ic'l the truth, they are both prettr The hop given by the Oerman Club at are In the habit tf jumping on the trains drunk; so jou uiajr take your choice a to their hall last Friday evening was well at make doll dresses and spoil her pst grand- while they are switching and jamplng from child. I feel sorry for little children who which room you will elerp in." tended and a rurress In everr way. Wolf car to car. Their parents ought to look The druggUt taid Le ould tnke hid & Trost furnished the delightful music havn'l a grandmother, especially on Christ Into the matter. chancea with the efenlnu newrpaprr man, tber are so noted for and the "lads and row. Mother is too busy for euh thing, Eioch Wearen has gone west to grow ber aa be would doubtleM be ao drunk that laules" kept the dancing up until 3 o'clock but grandmother is no', and renew up with the country. Mrs. J C. Gentry, he would lie quiet all nUbt. lie went to Saturday morning. The strangers present youth in her little "Polly," her namesake Mr. Jim Gentry and Mus Lillle McClary, kim4 aaUcf. The jour- Ww: Mn Will B. wwi bed, Mlsaei Sal- - at her knee. How she lores that child, the of Lincoln, are the gues's of Mrs 0. Shunalist, hawerer. uraktatd about 12 o'clock, lie McRiberts, Sophie and Sallia Bright, withered old womat! How she would fain mate. Mr. II. n. Gantry has gono to and, Utlmtiim fetiw drfak of Danville, and Mtssea Jeesie Hemphill stretch out her old aroia and ward off all Dripping Springs to take charge of Mr. D. drtmtl MHetH.uaoostelottal, in lite drag-gUt'- e and Mary Annie Wilmore, of Nicholas- - sorrow from that young life, all disappoint- G. Slaughter's atare at that place. ment, and strew there only flower of hapclothe, and wiled out. Kter and vllle. Judge Savage, Commonwealth's Attor anon he muttered aa he treated all present: Misses Mary Annie Wilmore and Jes- piness. The one prayer of her heart it: oh, of. Whea I sie Hemphill, of Nicholasville, were visit- let her be happy, Heavenly Father! Poor ney Konner and Jaoob Eumon's, the com'Funniest tblt r I erer beard went to bed Utl alb I only bd twenty-fir- e ing Miss Mamie Old last week. Misi old grandmothei! in her love and anxiety mittee appointed by the citizens of Ashland g she forgets that the cross comes before, not to visit Governor Knott and aak him not to centa to my name, and now I'to got 8allieB McRiberts, of Dinville, was SiwtL, commute the sentence of Wm. Neal, the orer $100 (showing a oorpuleat roll of 311m Bertie Collier, Friday. Miss after the crown. last of the Ashland murderers, have respend erery cent Sxtt, of Jessamine county, is a guest of 1st. That Dr. Bourne is a graduate of one of the beat New York MediesI bills), and Paa bound to Take Cabe or Yoon Friend3. When turned home. They say that Gov. Knott Pitts Mis Lizzie Mason. Miss Lillle Noel has He did morning." of it before Colleges. was a boy my mother used to say to me I not interfere burgh Post. returned from Nashville. Mies Lula 8an sometime, "'Do Witt, you wtll be sorry for assured them that be would 2d. That he is an old Druggist, having learned tbo business in Loxingtoa, that five juries had dusky returned to her home at Windom, that when I am gone." And I remerabir with Neal's sentence; An Old Man UKe An Old Wagon. pronounced him guilty after a patient hear- and had an experience of over eight years at tho prescription case. A medical mvo compares an old man to Kv . 8uaday. fiam M. Anderson and O, just how she looked, sitting there with, cap; ing of the facts and th it io the face of all an old wajon. With light loading and )! Irvine of Louisville, are visiting rela and spectacles and the old bible ia her lip 3d. That are all iresh, just from the laboratories of Nwr but one tives at this place. Col. W. S. Miller and and she never said a truer thing than that, this he could not and would not interfere ....fnl n. or It will last for Jeac. Neal' behalf Neal will doubtless be York and Philadelphia. 'll hiV it Mr. J. J. Walker went to Louisville Mon- tor I bare often been torry sinoe. While h heiTy load or sudden strain '" Uh. That he does not trust to others, but puts up his own hands all predy. Hugh Logan, of Cincinnati, is home we hare our friends with us we say un- executed February 27ih. it foreter. Many and ruin rneaa-urabenty for a few day. or guarded thing that wound the feelings of Parson Wangdoodle Baxter distinguished scriptions entrusted to bis care. the age of ftfiy of ol the pains and free from those to whom we ought to give nothing himself once more at the funeral of an aged Buggt Riding Made Las. 5th. That he keeps all Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals and Show Case Artiof age, cheery In heirt and After awhile some of our colored man: ' O ir deceased brudder was infirmities A Wllliarosport genius claims to have but hlndoefs sound in health, ripe in wisdom and ex- invented a buggy that, like the boy's whia friends will be taken away from us and married foah tiuirs during his life," said cles usually kept in a Grst class Drug and sundry store. mellowed by those who are left sat: "Oh, if we coulJ Whangdoodle, "but only one ob de widows perience, with sjnpthi tie, goes itself. That is, it doesn't require Gtb. That his prices are just as low as good, pure remedies can be Bold. nd op only gel back those unkind words -t- hose am so fortunate aa to be able to survive as, and with rtaeontk iro,r In a 1 one to make it go. It i furnished with the unkind words if we could only recall him long enough to ba present on dis heah for coatinued portunities 7tb. That Dr. Bourne's New Drug Store is opposite the Myera Hobm two upright levers in front of the teat, by them!'' But yon ctnnot get them back. solemnious ocashun " bi uco world for a coMldri - md. means of which the rider can propel it with Stanford, Ky. persons be thankful, but 1st ibeaa also be great ease six or seven miles an hour. If You might how down over the grave of 'What one Girl D.d'' is the title of a Aa ((Id coamilutioa In like an he has a feminine pirtner, be can use one that loved one an cry, snd cry, tnl cry careful We havn't read It, story In an exchange 1 he white lips would make no answer. with ease, mended with old bone-bro- ken lever and she the other. If the weather wager that If she went to but it is safe to difficulty. A young tree bernk to the gle; sn I scenery it delightful, the riders can be Take care of your friends while you have rink and pat on skate for the first before the blast. them Sbut up all those words that have the aa old oa sMpe and falls ai deliberate at they please. They ran a sting In them, in a dark time what she di I was to sit down two cr work, cave from which A slnula hard lift, an hour of heating Norristown s op to rest. If they want to, under a big three times unexpectedly. they will never come forth. If you do not expeeure to rain or damp, shade aneitaisfof trei without being compelled to pull Herald. you will be torry someday. Eianelist. U, o except of food, the a HW at the bit of an impatient lnraa or make The house In which Hon. Jifl' Davis was AND huaalsum of an annattta or paealon, themselves hoarse shouting "whoa" to him. When a Urettk immitrsnt was searched born, at Fairview, Kentucky, was recently . ...J--1 fit nf urer. an Improper dose of The new buggy won't scare and run away, in New York recentlr, he was found to be Smith for $CC5. The of theie or similar thing wrecking itself and mining the feathers armed with a weapon which looked like a rold to Mr. T. J medlclae-i- ny homestead consisted of about eight acres. ami may cut off a valuable life in an hour, and fioery of its fair occupant. And thetc large jack knife. When ex The rest of the farm was sold to diflerent A Full and complete assortment of Furniture, the fair hopes of uiefulner and en- is n hore with eyes to ee and give away amined a pistol hammer was discovered on lete Suite). Mer crytkbtK from the Cheapest to the in lots of ten acres.-Carl- isle parlies joyment but a shapelcs wreck. any trifling Improperitle that may hi in- one side. This, wheo pulled up, threw out cury. seed te g to the large cities to make yetir smrchases, no mots? eg dulged io. Ai tocbeipnets, the new bug- a trigger on the other ride. Aa soon as the yon want, as can aud will Tobacco Cure. Mrs Dudley: You have been convicted what quantity or quality have to bs rubbed platol was discharged a four-in- ch blade any prices you can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Aim W. 11. Curtis, tf Hominy, Informs gy doeiA eat, doeB't Mr. the crime of asoault with Intent to kill bren sul ject down four time a day, doesn't want a new ran out ready for uee. It is supposed of fihreuds aud Itebes, for some year be h us oneO'Donovan Rjasi. The sentence of a full assortment of Collins, every fall, and new haroeaa that the man got hi idea? of life in mort violent attecks of oeurnlgia in eet of blankets to bj removed hence to lng all the New Styles, both cheap and expensive. Ware once a year. In short, the oost this country Iroiu reading Chicago pa- the Court is that you opposite St. Asaph Motel, Stanford. Ky. the bead, at times almost drltiog Mm road. and whip a shooting gallery, and there be kept at attack, of the buggy, which i about that ol a pers. A few day ago ho had another St. LouharJ practice for three months. bicycle, is all the outlay requirSenator Hoar and representative Long which If anything, was more severe than modern is Globe Democrat. THE SEMr-WEEKI- .Y and ed. peremptorily declined to attend the Harnny previoui. and It lanted several days application of evident from this description that vard Club dinner and reunion at Worm-ley'- s According to reports an It is nights. His remedy was quinine In heavy SaasW tl invsntioa fills a long-feHotel, Wednesday night, on acoount gun cotton has been made in such a manwMch he again tried, but.M toon a tae Williamiport dose, become of tbo exclunion of Richard Greener and ner tbat it will evldantly pnptrede the rewant. When the new buggy has the tflo:l of quinine was off hi pain 8TANPOHD, KY. seemingly with incrcmd latent- popularized everybody will ride, of course, another mulatto graJuite by a formal vote use of steam for the purpce of liuht locoturned with their machinery. had Men and he of the cluK motion and driving small ly. Fin illy recoctfg what bills will go out of faihlon. Ilomo WALTON, to Cling-man'- s Landlady: "Did you like the turley we TUB REV. GEO. U.TIIaYEU, of Bourbon. Ind in the Cithcn something relative daily drive 's to Cure, he ot him a few and Juliet, as they take their Ispubllahed ercry Tuesday ml Vrlday at the' Tobacco had yesterdsy, Mr. Sjml?' Mr. Smith: saji: "Both myself and wife owe our lives low price of i Consumption Cure." For sal by I'snny & GENUIBXE ORIGINAL .itnnt tHm In hot water, and ban- -- in the park, each worxing a levtr of tin "Did I like him? Yea Indeed; why, I lov-e- d ten tain- ne vehicle, will be taking practical lesns him! I used to think when I was a lit- McAUstsr daged his head with them and in TWO DOLLARS PBB YEAR. LINIMEWT. AllE YOU MADE MISERABLE by Indlges ..- I- . ontlrelr relieved, alept well all In the art of working in matrimonial bar tle child that perhap, after all, I should tlon, Constipation, Dlilness, Lou of Appetite, would-bJuliet should prove touoh neas. If any a ro JlBMlois. Allen, A. .pnin . m ,' night, nd h not felt the slightest live the longest, and the thought made me Yellow SUq SMIoli's Vltallzer Is a posltlse Kpenly rare (or llheumatttm. j.;'" to work her lever, Romeo would sad." It lurw, sprains Xcalrts.l'utx.nn.Hi' and uwne "sil A. naturally very happy loo it rmc hwllly inlni. of pain since. He is tuie. For isle by Penny MeAllster. ;'L.Y. ,U. n.ilm lint known remelror and a firm be- understand at once that he had betttr be over the- trial and its result, The free translations of the "Arabian cJreorhhonl.lerhtnihii.VVkrdJ.iff'fi,Kw Positive Cure for Piles. Cliafw or (ulU,VijirRlns. -- Ol' ALLCLiSStS of tobicco as a cura lookirg for a new Juliet with a more liever In the ttlicacr XighU" by l'jyiie eell lor S230 each. They To tho ptoplo of this county w would aaj that turn of mind. The ordinary Citizen. Marchlsl'a lud'urirO .&'w..Noi w!5Vh-.t.- . Ciel..nutl.O.. tlve agent aresiil f he abolutely indecent in placer. wo hare been given the agency ol Dr. guaranteed Neatly and Choaply Exooutod. Oii-rriders will ride for pleasure and go as slow nalc Li nil rullM. aa Italian Pile Ointment emphatically attention to If they were pure and moral they would to euro or money refunded Internal, New Orlean dcclor call or a fait as their muasles and surplus euer-gprohibly brins $5 apiece. merits attention Blind, Bleeding or Itching Piles'. Price 80 cent a very simple fact which dictate, lnteid of fcelintf compalled, as a box. No cure, no pay. Venny A MeAllster, th medicine h If Scorpions when in gmt apparent danger DruKglsls. from medicine taker now, to drive like Jehu in order to get water, and n few money' worth out of a hired hone or siiiid by atinring themselves. When mUed with very old prepar- their Daughters, Wives and Mothers. aa a aaUiMii of the water be taken young they live upon the back of their team. We emphatically guarantee Dr. MarchUI's organ of taste atory doe, the nerve of the The cn'.y drawback u thin delightful uiotlur, eating her back until she expiree. a frioale remedy, to euro Cetuals DUcas-c- s, to make the aa Ovarian troubles, iDttaiumatlon and of a poosiblo era in which everybecome uffleleutlj benumbed such picture There is trouble in the Congregational Ulccratlop, Falling and dlaplaccmsnt or bearing The method medicine ne.rly ta.tale... , body cun take buggy rides to hi heart' church at Eist New York over a Scotch down feeling, Irrcgalarlttlcs, Barrenneaa, Change acts well but taste-will not disguise bitter content, is the fact that the inventor- hnB deicjt) who, to help bid a church fair, con- ot Life, Loucorrtauea, bealdea many wcaVccascs ami saline only perfected one of these self actinu bug in oils springing from tho abore, like HeaJache, moatsented to iljnie tho Highland lling. deing. Spinal WeaVn ss, Sleeplessness, Ncryoua Ymk nhrsiclan claims to - have gies and charge an admission fee of 'J5 i - v. " si ... Talpltatlon of lliu Heart, Ac For sala by uy Ins 2.. cenU to all who want to ree tt fAiiauei-phtbility, Bucklen's Arnica Salre. discovered that difncs, coien to per uouie. r..uU Tlio boat SalTd In the world for Cuta, UruttM, drugjIsU. I'rkcaSland Ji of In the can, Time. pamphlot, frco. origin in tho mouth, Instead UJwr, ialt KUeum, Kovcr Sores, Totter, toDr.Marchlsl,Utto,N.Y.,fur Dnigglata. Sort, man living at ClupiJ ManJs, Chilblains, Corns, aud all 6kln For sale by Penny A McAllaUr. A. J. Hansford, a young crowded and ften caused r carious, county, htally fchot Kriijitlonj anil poiltlvely cures i'lles, or no pay Oil faom Nature's Wells collect ion o llarren Fork, Puhski Is guaranteed to glvo rerfsat satlifjc-tiqulr). teeth, and be l.u a Mulaney, a notorious desptrado. The TUeatlncatbohtwlla kept rolt and ilexlblo or m& ff relunJed. I'rlco 2i centi cr Los. of the interior of Jim by a lecrctlon from tho oil glands. When theso about Gre hundred cula renny affair occurred while a dance was In prog-rt- a It.rii.lt-MeAllster, he alK'M, ri ta prove arc clogge.1 the hair dries and falls oil. I'arker'a a the nnuth, which, housa. He claims the al Hansford' Thousands SaySo, Hair Babam reaewa their action, restores tbo . ills ssiertlon shroting was in self dtferio. Mulaney wu 'a and makes It olt and Mr. T. W. Atkins, UlrarJ, Kansas, wiltff, " oilglnal color to tho lialr . .. . i :.- - CiilVw TlAtoa T.itkia . . . .-, -.--5 !.,. nn plercvmen's faces are con- a notoriout character, beins freh from the cover tiillate to roiiiuiuJ your Electric Hitters gloasy. ItalaaeMiIeales dsnJruff. Kot grcaar. Dayton Stool Plows, unampion aioeinows, m w. uaauipiuu -tnr (So III line rf Wni. Di'l- - to my cii ti'inm; they give cntlro Mtlifaetlou and notadye,dsllclouly pcrfuweJ. Delightful for aacmnedbythelUv.Dr.Stmuel H. Grid- Galo Stono Plows, Lono Star Plowa, Bijsioll Chilled Plows, miietlaVo. ThobiitofdrcHlngs. Prefer. voice of tbo ,, . niro brolbc aIi arorapUl wllcrs K'oclrlc Illlteri am tho purest ' lev Tn ulvo potency to the boeauie of It superior ....)-- . nblotoairslmllarBrilalei boat medicine known nrul wilt potlttrcly cure Plows, Maysville Hill Bide Blows, Malta Double Shovel4 -- ....t. '., tin. xhnuld ba uncovered. If except one equally hard as himself. At and Kidney and l.hcr Coniplulnls, purify tlio Mood cleanliness ami parity. d heoxthattreadethout the corn ahou one time six of the brothers wore aervinn aud rennUte lis bowels. No family can atlord to Plows, Mmklo Double Shovel Plows, Halls Double mouh cl'hk mm. he submit that the U without tlieni, Tliey will tare hmiJreJs of Frankfort Fcnteccea at not be minzled, r Oghl Shovel Plows, Hinklo Pony Plows, Hall's dollATs In doctors' Mils ivery year. Sold at SO ett- in lhc pre,cU; '! rilta aro fro.ueutly pievwUd t) ofkm should enjor l1'0 Versailles aud Midway Hiilroad abottloby I'ennr d MeAllster. Tbo l"" Intl. back, loins and aiipuesslwliasaoraaanVetloii Pony Plows, Malta Cultivators, to was" organized last week and will A Walking Skeleton. s UsaMvkh both in Europe and1 Coaipany Biatlstlw ahw that Vk ol tli kldiwya or nsljUUrU destructive o; at once commence the const uctlcn of a lit e Mr. i:. Springer, of Mithao'ctluirg, Pa , mi lien, 1 i of IndlcntKm Jr pKjMl1l"t,'tl' of Plow ! 1'Iuwh of nil hires Plo America ecrlct fever more M'dway and George- "I was Bllllcltd Uli liiog fcrer aod abacus on omptoms of tho sUnuuJi, etc, AsjJatjWfljVe Ao end to Pious All UIihIh from Versailles to iiuoaslnoss , . life than cholera. at all Pricesl Pious irom $U.SO to $50, $000,000. luug, and ledncul to Hailing tktlftou. Got town. Tho cut is cstimjtel persi.lrotlon, producliu: a very .HsagreeaUtiyiilBB, yw t0,1,w(m nUcB,Un, IIOSANKO. New Discovery for aftur rttlns ' Dr. Tho'Bjard has been organ'zd with Mr. W. freulrUI Initio of J)r. King's FOB SALE BY familiar saW. did mo nim.l. iiLuJIds and Itthlns Piles eld at ouro to tlio This name ba Heoiae United ' cl Ilenrv Graddv as Presiden ; Mr. Tho. J. Cousumptlou, vrliMitic. Afterio much gocd that II uppllcat leu of Dr. Botaitko's Pllo ItonO'ly, w UlcU acts , boujlit a dolUr lot ualng three bottles tliroujUout the , U w fflilnater Hays as Vice President, and Robert Wal lound iiivsclf oaro wore a uiau, oompletely restored illroctly upou tho pails affected, absorbing the .r wceaaary to atalo tbat UQ to health, with a hearty appetite and again In Tumors, alia) lng tho Inttuso Uchlusund pffectlng a lace, Secretary. Bgoas, f--' Also dealer iu BugglM. Cnrrlagos, Snrrcjs, Siirlntf T.b.r.T.r flash of IB pounds." Call at Penny McAllttcr's permanent cure. Prlco SC tents. Address tho Dr, 1.' M?r Madiincry ia frczen over rem - Nairwancetl Hay DrujHioroandgetnlreo tilal bottl of thtactr Uof anVo Medlclna Co., Plana, 0UI SoU by Mcltob- - Ilnrtcatliitr Mndiines.riautciv, Harrows nud nil kinds bU Fnnlnic Providence, R. I. Newport to talu cure fcr ell I.uci; Mie.ios. I.ars l'Ottlea.81 (t( 4 stasr iM by Jtcltolerti & fctawc. M'ROBERTSSTAGG rE Admits ea.oo annum d, Opera House Block, Paint, Stanford, Ky. Needle. er s4 te t4Wf I have received and am still receiv ing New Goods for Fall and "Winter, comprising; the best in the market, which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley vis-itln- Seven Things To Remembee es - m-s- lJ ly Job un-usu- UNDERTAKER, WEAKEN. embracJS finest Psrler I dnlae4 Caes, Dealer in JT'wriiitiire I ivory-handle- d tkt emkao lt Interior Journal W. P. LflblBB Mj yex-atio- ns Pro'r. Shl-loh- ALLEN'S NERVE &SONE e TOB 'W'OlFsLXS. :uia' "" " ur y PLOWS! PLOW !7 - '" a dli-plac- ed r- 1 ui - 'j iir'. childJ 1 rn.u. !. !' i,i. ' nWou"u-eslngtl.eritle- GEO. ZS ,Jy. Vi-- wn. I. W3EAKEN,Agt? V"a fe. Tub Sunday Argm has been sold to a Sfeaford, Ky., February 17, 1885 W. P. WALTON. Although pretty fairly pjeted as to newspaper men and affair in the State, we Managedby Jno. B. Fish. Mr. W. P. Ingram, of MontlcoIIo, ia dactlowardu a rwpectalile lady, to whom W. G. Iliatt and Tabitha Hiatt were while intoxicated ho made the basest pro- deal, a?ed C2. Five workmen enlaced in cleaning out married Saturday evening. posals in a hck at Bowling Green. We John II. Williams left yesterday to are ghd t) ay that we do not know the ia- - a sewer at Chicago were killed by tho foul attend the college at Mitchell, Ind. diridual and jjin the Breckenridge 2Tews air. A very heavy si eel fell Sunday night. Jadze Jackson, of Louisville, has de- in regretting thtoDe member should cast cideJ that dos have no property value in Tho ground was covered about Inch deep The, ho foul a atain upon our probation. with ice Monday morning. tnly punishment thnt we can inflict upon this State. Adams W. T. The cold weather of last week Irought has retired from the lie recreant is ostraciim. Lot him be ex Richmond Register and gono to selling about several weddings. The licens; is peBed frjm our State Association, and let hedge-fencesued averaged about two per day. every paper in the State drop him from .,..... Mr. Leopold Damrosch, the distin Valentino day was scarcely noticed itsexchanga list. Of course, if the young ..... guished musician, died at his residence in up here, fewer of the hideous caricatures Jadj he so foully insulted b.ii a father or a New York City Sunday. being sent than waa ever known before. brother with a spark of Kentucky nun-hoo- d A constable killed James Mullany at Our homo artists did some very good work. in him, the scoundrel will be dealt About 3 weeks ago a couple of men Flat Bock, on the Southern Road, while with in i much more summary and satisho was resisting arrest for killing a man. came into this county ostensibly on a pedfactory manner. The Arkansas State Senate has pawed dling expedition, but in reality they were 1 4g 11ram.li All tho delicacies in foreign nnd domestic confections uro here. TflcLouisvilla lima bugcesta that after a bill to provide artificial limbs for Confed- swindlers and kuew who to strike. They Clojd, Jos, 2 1 25 acrrtou McKlnnej'l Ilrstth Tin, Stone, Wooden and Willowware, Electrio Inmpi, Stationery, Canned the forced retirement of John D. White, erate soldiers who were maimed in the late traveled in an old spring wagon and hid Cnldnell, Eph 0 acres near MoreUnd 185 we can have all the fun we are looking for war. their goods with them. They first went to Craig. Charlotte, n iwru on Hagtag Fork 3 13 Meats ami Iruits, nnd a completo lino of Cigars nnd Toluccos. Well this is with Col. Sneers, of the Post, who is a man James W. Murray was hanged at Port- the sheriff and asked to look over his books Dunn, Klchird, bouse and lit neir Mllledgeoniy a hint of what wo havo. 3 25 rllle, '83 and '31 after John D'd own hcirt. We don't be- land, 0:e, Friday for killing his brother- - to seo what property Wiley Coffey gave in. Glrens, Allen, 3 lerei near Mllleilgerllle . 125 Believing that wo can mako it to your interest, wo confidently nsk nn ex lieve it. Col. Sccera like Johnnie is a ia whom ho Bhot by mistake for another They found that he was all right and went Green, Vim, houso and lot at Hustonrlllo . 6) 3 10 nmtnntion of our goods nnp your patronage, crank, but their methods are entirely man. on over to see him. Now Mr. Coffey ia GooJ, I'arlJson, 43aerts knob lasd OltcDS, TolbeM, hoti?osr.J lot at Stinfurd, Respectfully, diamBiilar. Oj is the low comedian of TAYLOR BROS. An avalanche swept down tho moun- not the brightest man in our county and he C 4J S3 and '31 the play, the other the villain. There ia tain at Alta, Utah, nearly wiping out that "bit" readily. One of the men first effered 65 Gentry. Isablnds, houeand lot at Stanford nothing mean about Johnnie If we are town, burying 2S people and fatally wound to buy Mr. Coffey'a farm, or 100 acres of it, Gentry, li., hrs " 4u " ' " 1 15 to judge him by his vituperative writings, ing 10 others. for the purpose as he Biid of grsrlng S00 Harlan, Jobs, 2 rcras near Morvland 3 ft. Hocker, wo should say there is Homething very ltichard Trcokp, for tho murder of a black sheep a new breed just imported Illusion, Green , 8 icrcsat land ... . . 1 Wm lcrs knob mean about Col, Saeera. No, no, therj is woman, was hunsr in Philadelphia and from England and the only ones in the 1 M Hill, Jordan, lot at Ilinrrllle ia the Col. lie is all bile, yea, the Lige Parker and Lewis, both for murder, United State. Coffey was to come to Lex Jonea, lraae, bouse and lit crar MeKlnney . 45 aiott bilious of bile. ington to make n deed to the land as it KentcOr, Willis, liouio and lot at StanlurJ. . 1 40 at Little Bock, Ark. DEAI.hn IN The eightieth birthday of David Dud- could ba done cheaper over there where he Lewis, Garland, house and lot at Turners- 1 40 A coKREsroNDKrr of the New York rllle Hoi-hNIiooh, Iliirdimrc, OroccricM, NnihllcH, Sun at Washington professes to have found ley Field, the lawyer and jurist, waa cele- bad his lawyers employed than it could in ljtttTi Wm., bouse and lot at f tsolarJ.. 2 a XiiIIm, Iron, tueciiMHHrc, ltitgKy Whlpw, uoveianu alter reeli- brated at the residence of Cyrus W. Field, Mt. Vcruon where it would cent about $70 McCormsck, Gretn, boustacd lot near Mil- oatinai i'esiuent IIllKKl WIlCl'lH, fifOVCN, ...... 1 10 Chho MlllM, IIlirUCHM, leJKcrllls and to pay Mr. Coffiy for his expenses in Friday. ng three refusals frcm Mr. Rmdall to ac- in Jtew HpoLcH, GrntCN, G. W. Farris, who carries the mail coming to Lexington he would give him a McRoberts, MstlMi, house and lot on Hsng- Cider 31111m, Lap Covers, portfolio, has decided to cept the Treasury Ing Fork, '61 and '51 .... ...... 1 85 IUiun, KCouomirc, Corn KliellcrK, appoint Daniel Manning Secretary of the from the dopot to the London postoffice, pair of the extraordinary black sheep and Morao, Coffsy, bouse ami let In Stanford.... 1 63 Treasury. Mr. Bayard will be Secretary fell and broke his arm, Fridsy, whilo walk- of course this was all agreed to. Then the RIA , Htnrr, houM and lot In llmtonTllle . 3 00 other man begun his work to sell Coffey Held, Aaron, 3 acres on McKlnwjr's Branch 1 30 Oliver Chiliad, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Woodoa and of State, but further this astute individual ing on the railroad track. 10 Cast I'umpi, and tho Celebrated Mayfleld Elovator. Tin RoofThe dedication of the Washington some goods, tie unpacked and showed I!, Hetlle, 10 acre at Bonyrllle deposes not. Well, it'd only two weeks 1 00 Seott, Wiu, Dacrtsneir Morolatil.... ing and Guttering will havo prompt attention, before we will all know who will be the monument will take place on Saturday them to C. and finally succeeded in selling Shears, Frank, '.' acres on McKlnnev's Br'ch i ie next, February 21, and not on Monday, the about $I0'a worth to Coffey for $80 tsking Situs, Thr., W acres mar Misoa's Gsp cabinet officers, and life is too short for us 2 10 HHlcanttn J John nrlttMtJr his note therefor. lie then remembered Tombs, Irs, lot at Mllledgrrtlle .............. 1 30 to worry much over it. Bisides we are 23J, S3 many people think. 1 40 Will Adams, aged twenty-Biwilling for Mr. Cleveland to select his own years, that he was in a hurry to get homo and Tucker, Lewis, hou ind lot at Etanf rd 1 M Yandtrrer, Jet, 5 icres knob Utd hia sweatheart, Tinie "Wilmouth, wanted to leave the balance of his goods cabinet. Us is not in the habit of miking murdered 20 . Williams, Alice, let in UustearlUe mistake?. eighteen years of age, and then destroyed with Coffey until he came back and to Williams, Loult. " 1 20 " " .. .. 2 40 make himself secure he desired Coffey to Weather fcrd, Wlllhi, Vfs overlooked the item announcing tho hi! own life nt Shelby ville, Ky., 8unday. 1 10 The Texas Legislature, after a hard give him a note for $270 which was given Welch, JaioM, lot on MoKlnnejr's Branca advent of a eon and heir to that valuable 1 10 struggle, finally enacted a law making not aa the purchase price for the goods, but Walker, Too, lot2on McKiuoey's Braneh .. 1 ss property, the Nelson Record, and if it is Warren, Sidney, acres near BonjrllU...... not too late we would like to extend our it compulsory on heads of all departments as security and when he came back he was W1I1TKS, xo.y. congratulations to Brother and Sister Mar to give at least half the clerical positions in to deliver tho note and take the goods. A A Jam-- , Joel H., 32 acres en Cedar Creek. . . 3 SO DKiLtaa ! M son of Mr. Coffey went to Lsxingtou and Adams, Wilson, r., 32 acre on Cedar ( rctk Tjr. We thought there was ?n unusual the respective offices to females. A revised list of the dead and wound- to the address given and his man could Brsdr, Nicholas, lot at ltlchuiond Jimctlon 2 10 Drugs, Books, Stationery and brightness in Bro. Murray' writings of Illaciobr, T. W.,61 screaon Dix ittrer .. . 10 M Slite, but could not imagine why Sister ed, caused by the boiler explosion nt Bra-z- 'l, not he found. This was very much of a Dsll's, J J and John, heirs, 181 aeres ea ranuy MruuiBS. ouic- . led., puta the number cf dead at six, surprise to him. Nothing moro was heard .. 7 M C.rua lUrer, '82, 8i and 'SI Murray had ceased. to enliven the paper 1 M PbysUlsnt' rnserlptlocs atcurattly ceairetindnl. with her excellent serial stories. It is all and twenty seven wounded, two or three of from them until Friday when a man and Dolllrs, J. it., 2 aeris kooli land Also whom are regarded as fatally wounded. woman arrived at this place and registered Kolajr, Andrrw II , 51 acres near C:ab Orehexplained now. A baby is about the surRill HIHHMtlllHHMSSIMlllHSSItNl.l,,MHI,t, H There was a small conflagration in the aa J. M. Fisher, Fleming county, Ky , and Urabaus, M. ind wife, 120 icres near C. O - 11 M est thin;; in the world to knock the out of a person and fcediog catnip office of the Signal Sirvice Bureau in Wash- Mrs. Lewis, Chicago. In a few minutes Horn, Ljcjt, bouse and lot it Crab Orchsrd,. 1 70 tea does not comport with love story writ- ington this week. A number of valuable after their arrival the woman waa out look- Hollzelsw, W. J., bouse ind lot it Treach Tho Largest 8tock of Watohes, Clocks, trsrllb) .. 1 70 ing. records were destroyed. About this time ing for the sheriff to see about the collecJewelry and Bilveroara McDonald, Wash, 13 aeris on Hanging Fork. 5 SO JLn infamous scoundrel, unworthy of the lookout for mysterious official fires in tion of the Coffey notes, claiming that she Ilobtrts, JsmesT., f33acrrson Dix nlrer. . 8 40 lougbt this market had bought them from L. Sommerfield, a Vaughn, Nancr H., M acres on Six IHrtr. . 9 30 Erer Lowest. toWatches, Clocks Prlret Lower tban name of man, hired a dashing drummer to Washington City. the and Jewelry on short notice and Warranted. Twenty eight maniaca were burned to traveler for full value. The notes were ex- Wither, Julia A , 17C str a on Dix Hirer .- .- 31 10 put his wife in a compromising position, bo blacks, no. 1 that he could secure a divorce from her, death in the Blockley Asylum at Puiladel-phi- a amined and found to be apparently all Abtabstn, Sarah, Carres on Hall Hills........ 55 and many others are missing. This rigbtand were, so far as the form was con- Burdett, Jovpb, 'I acres on t)lx Hirer bat when the case waa called the drummer 3 CO If. C. BltlGIIT. CUIIRAK. gare it away by relating what had passed is the third catastrophe of the kind this cerned. She was told that the notes were Blskelr, Wm., bouie and lot In Maxrllle, 'Maud 'Si.... 2 83 year, running the total of lunatics burned obtained through fraud and that they were between him and the husband. The Tile 1 15 Brlgii, Huill, lot In Stanford, 'Stand H plotter against his wife's honor was cast in- up to nearly a hundred in these death not worth a cent. Then she wanted to Butcher, MaliMa, " " , l go compromise the matter and would take Baughman, Elijah," to jail from which a mob should take him trapa. " 2 00 Butler Mabone, son of the little Vir- $300 for the two no!c?. She could get no Dawson, May, lot on Dix Hirer C5 ......... oat and slowly roast his dirty carcass till be ginia repudiator, 13 under a $1,000 bond bida and finally the man offered to take Gardnir, Jerry, 7 acres on Dix Hirer 1 C5 usee, adu li wouia oe aono ;na sucn a Hamner, Jaiees, 8 acres nesr Stanford ..... 2 2S case developed any where else but in Ohio for shooting at a "J n nigger," whom he $200 and thencime dowa till he offered to Hocker, Lewis, lot In Stanford, 'S3 and '83.... C 35 imagined in hia drunken spree had insult give up the notes for the good'. This was sad ia the sweet city of Cleveland. Wallace, Thomas, lot In Stanford...... 1 03 ed him. The "nigger" haa brought a agreid to and the goods were to be brought Wallicr, Ltrlna, lot In Stanford 83 IN- Xp importunity avails anything McDon- damage suit against him for WHITES, NO. 3. $5,000 be- to town. lie then said he had to go to C. M., 310 acres knob land. ald will hold a place in Cleveland's cabi- sides. 2 SO Stanford, but would ba back Monday or Allen, SO aeres..... . 1 33 net. Senator Voorheea and RepresentaAaron Prater, a ring leader among send a man to bring the notes and receive Adams. Zacharlsh, Andrew, Susan, 82 acres 70 tive Long, of Iodiana, hare been to Alba-a- y Georgia moonshiners, and who waa responthe goods, but no auch man has put in his Adams, li. 8 , SO acres ...-- ... 8 to present the petition of 25 members sible for the recent killing of two Deputy 8 75 appearance yet and it vi not likely that he Ball, Georgi W., 181 acres of the Senato asking that he be made Sec- United States Marshals, was arrested at 4 2 to will aa the people are excited and might Bullock, Win., acres Bryant's America, btlrs, 100 acres 2 10 retary of the Treasury, but the coming Lhattanooga. He waa armed with a sixwreak venence on him. Fisher and the Baugb, John, 128 acres. '83 and '81 4 7J ruealdeat was as silent a mouse as to his teen shooting rifla and a number of pia- Lewis woman claimed to be Innocent pur- ilastln's, Juds, heirs, 135 acres, '83 and '81... 2 SS lions. Old Saddle Bags ia a good tols. iatea -Brlttoln's, Loulu, heirs, 40 sere 70 ANDWm. Howard Mills, of the Fouth An- - chasers of the notes, but when a few gentle Cblnn, Gabriel T., 25 acres man and deserves to be saved from his C5 ditoi'a Offi:e, charges Commissioner Evans bints began to be thrown out to them as to Corn, Wm. T., 03 acres 4 30 . friendx, who in their urgency, are making 1 50 with maladministration of office, violation what might be the consequences in this case Cates, Klchird, town lot it Eouth Fork him ridiculous. 3 89 of the laws pertaining to the conduct of the they became very uneasy and were in a DcLaney, Jermlma, 250 acrei , s3 and '81 DeLiney, Jamee , ISO acres, Thomas Bufoud, who murdered Judge Civil " 2 23 Service, misappropriation of public great hurrv to bo off. They purchased DeLaney, Catherine, 100 1 CO " acres," tickets to Junction City, bat told several Elliott, of the Court of Appeals in the property, and conduct unbecoming an off- parties here that they were going to Stan- DeLsney, Wm. J1, 49 acres 2 20 Spring of 1870, for which it was the generCONSISTING OF 3 70 icer and a gentleman. ford and left that aa their address. They Denny, Bslllnger, 100 sires, '33 snd '8 al belief he ought to have been hung inGriffin, Hiram, 88 acres The Attorney General knows as much have never shown up here. Ed. l CO stead of packed off to an asylum, died at about lawa as a quarryman Gsstlneau.Gco. 153 ncrvs 130 knowa about Horton, George W., 65 icrts 1 $3 Consumption Cured. Anchorage Friday. lie waa a brother of sculpture. The Clerk of the Court of Ap2 45 An cM pbrslclan, retired from practice, having Horton, James 8 , 50 acres Gen. Abe Buford, who committed suicide peals ia a drunkard, who haa deserted hia bad placed In tils hanJs by an Enst India mission-ar- y Hubble, Milton P., CO acres, '83 and '81 .. 2 00 Clip-pe- r last year, and like him waa quite wealthy post of service. 2 00 There isn't a dollar in the tbe formula of a simple regetablo remedy for Hutchison, John W., 47 acrea atone time. A feeling of relief will be Treasury and the knaves who 2 83 the speedy and permanent cure of Consumption, Hutchlssn, Wm., 100 acres.... have 2 S3 generally felt to know that tho noted crimBronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma snd all Throat and Hutchison, Hotert, 19 acrea robbed the State for yeara are 1 43 Lung Affections, alio a poiitlre and radical cure Harris, Wm. H., 50 acres inal at last sleeps under the aod. ready to ateal the coppers from her eyes. Tor Nervous 2 15 debility and all Nerrous Complaints, Harris, John S., 50 acres 3 85 is said that preacher'a aona are worao Poor old Kentucky.-Louisv- ille Commer- - aftr baring tested Hi wonderful curatlre powers Harris, Geo. W., 150 acres AT TIMES A FDM. JMXIi OF 2 CO in thousands of cases, hai felt It his duty tomsko Horton, Henry F., 73 acres than other people's ana this promising cial. Johnson, Assenetb, 24 acres 1 it, In the Rowan Circuit Court, tho jury It known to bis suffering fellows. Actuated by James, Luclnds,2acres, '82, '83 and '81 joong candidate for the gallows would 55 this in the case of William E. Garner, gave ing, motire and a desire to relieve human suffer- Jackson's, Tbomss, heirs 43 acres eeesa to proove it. Tom McNamara, a 35 I will send frco of charge, to all who detlro 1 so eon of a preacher at Lexington, him a sentence of imprisonment for life. it, this recipe, In German, French or English, Letch, Andre J.. 1 acre 1 30 with full directions for preparing and using. Sent Lane, Jacob M. A Eod, 93 acres Garner waa the Captain of a band of waa repnmanaeu ny bis father for drinka, Mllcbell, John, 131 acres 3 20 who, on the night of November by mall by addressing with stamp, naming this Minks, Wm., 177 acres ing. He armed himself with four pistols 4 93 paper, W. A.Noyks, 19 Towers Block, Itochet-te- r. 23, went to the house of G. Hughes, an old and shot one of them at the Martin, Davidson, 14 acre 2 03 N. Y. Same, agent, 80 acres who had told on him, another at an officer man, took him out, beat him severely and 25 Korrls, Wm It., 1 toren lot at King's Mounwho tried to arrest bim, a third at his shot him twice, from the effects of which tain 2 73 he died in a half hour. They also whipfather and then fled. Oaks, Jermlma, 125 acres 1 83 or ped two sisters of Hughes', knocking them Prlrlt,6amuel,32acrcs,3and'8l 3 C gives us pleasure to second the Som' Fowerf, MahulJa, 133 acres," LAND down with their fists and beating them 2 20 erset lelegraph't nomination of Hon. R P, Reynolds, W R., 100 acres, " " 3 00 over the heads with pistols. Two of the Rogers, John, Ht., 1C0 acres, '32 and '81 for Appellate Judge Jacobs, of Danville, 1 35 On Monday, March 2d, 1SS5, eang, turned btale'rt evidence, and prinSwlcney, Samuel, 113 acres, '83 and '81 4 40 to succeed Judge Pry or. An able jurist, I will tell tho following property tor Stato and Smith, Elizabeth, 90 acres " cipally on their testimony a conviction waa 1 70 " gentlesa accomplished and high-tone- d County Taiea duo me as Sheriff o! Lincoln Co. Sheron, Jobn A., 118 acres 2 00 reached. man, Mr. J acobi would add dignity and Sutton, Mary, 100 acres 60 whites, no. 1. Baltimore ia agitated with a great weight to our higheat tribunal and be a Austin, George C, 2 acre l ncsr Hustonrllle. ! t 40 Sutton, fiamuel. 70 acres to scandal. Mr. Eueene N. Belt, a wol- - Cooler, Wm. 10 acres on Nesls Creek worthy successor of tho distinguished Chief 5 CO Sargent, Polly, C3 acres 90 10 10 Stephens, Nicholas II., 53 acres 2 05 old h" ""ed Drrc, W. S. 9 acres nr Hustonrllle Jaslice who at present holds from thfa l,7 n.qUOr deaIer' Blxt " 5 SO I'pthegrorc, Ellsba, 250 acres 2 80 u.0 hub jor uivorce. She wbb formerly Urie. B. Q. 3 " district. 3 35 Vaugbt, Francis M,, 8 acres 1 25 Fox, Dan B. CO " Teter Vandlreer Mrs. Godfrey, a widow, who came into The Tammany Chief, John Kelly, ia 1 3 Warren, Peter, SI acre Faulkner, Emanuel, 75 acres knob land 2 10 in Washington on account of a n ., 2 S3 3 50 Wagoner, Joseph, 60 acres Foster, William, CO acres sear Moreland id to be dangerously ill and that grave between her and Congressman Acklen, Good, Geo. A., 25 acrea near Huitonrllle ... C 20 Watson, Jobn B., 20 acrea 1 40 feara are entertained for his recovery. We Of Louisiana. 1 33 Gibson, Jackson, C2 acres knob land, '30 S.'6l 3 35 Wbceldon's, Wm., heirs, 81 acres After that she no auch feara but are willing that ictertain All the above goods have been bought very Low 3 60 notice, and last October waa married to her Gresham, D. D.,lot In Mllledgerille, 'S3 A '81 4 40 Weabcr, Wm. II., 133 acres, '83 and '84 and .be great disturber shall depart in peace. 2 01 Yowell, Samuel, 83 acres, '83 and '81 75 Ualor, Darld E., C acrea near Moreland present husband. Rscentlythey went to 1 70 Colli er, Stephen, 108 acres, '63 2 70 will be sold Harris, W. H lot In Mllledgerille the smallest possible marign. We Forts Enterprise wanta to see New Orleans The Three and there Bhe met Acklen Inrart, Ben F., 50 acrea on Green Hirer, '82 ulacks, ko, 3. Xeaiaville'a reform Mayor, Booker Reed, 3 CJ McMallen, Logon, 2 acres. 'S3 and '81 j 19 elected Governor of Kentucky. The State again, when the old stories were revived, ask an inspection and invite competition. 2 15 Mitchell, Thomas, 10 acres, '83 and '81 .. 1 1 aaedj auch a man. The daya of foesililer-- . and Belt immediately returned to Balti- Jones, Mrs. Sallr, lot at Moreland 2 25 Miller, George, 5 acres, '83 and '81...... Kinder, Wllltsm, 70 acres knob land 80 more and filed hia suit. oa rule have lasted much too long, and goods guaranteed. 2 70 BRIGHT & JT. X. Mason, Jonathan, 8) acres on Green nircr. s, s. -gen-niaiMux-riTillno-fu1 hare to confess that we had never heard of the Butler County San, published at Kj, or its editor, Dr. J. W. Crewdson, until his recent difcraceful con Mor-gaatow- n, company, oi which Cant. T. C. Trade, aa experienced newspipjr man and spicy writer, is said to ba the head. The paper has b;en in hard lines lately but we hopo it now on the road to a successful and pay ing business It is said that Gen. Grant has cancer of the tongue and that he is making prepar ations to join the innumerable caravan, by arranging his worldly affairs. MOTES Miss Addie Armstrong, daughter of a State Senator, committed suicide in Cincinnati because of the fear that she was losing her eight. President Wright, of the Louisville Exposition, is getting out t population map which shows that thoro are 11,000,000 people within a radius of 200 milcj of Louisville, while New York has but 7,000.-00- 0 and New Orleans but 2.000,000 within tho same boundary MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. OF CURRENT EVENTS. Montgomery, Wrodiui, 9' oorcs on McKln- 1 0) tey Branch, '83 and 'SI 1 00 Master, Jamis, 63 acres on Green Hirer. Mstthsws, Mirths, f C seres nr Muon'i Gap- - 3 25 Norton, Wm , et icreson Green Rlrer 9 Oldham, Rebecca, lot at Mlllcdgerltlo 2 so Huvell, J. H. (Dj) 70 seres near I. Shelby , g so .. Und 1 M rtiley. Partus. 50 acre, knob lurid 2 70 Utter Smith, ThomoJ., 10 aim on Scnrbtougb, Allen, 12.1 acres on Green Hirer 2 OS 0 Slide, Cbis. P., lot at MeKlnney T. 1 M Stritton, Wm, 00 acres on Noals Creek DHL-Sgultti, Jotrph Mo., AS acres near Hills Gip. 7 5J Terhune, Jimts P , house A lot at Morvland 2 70 Would kindly nsk your attention to tho fact that thoy havo just returned Terhune, John A., bouse A. iot at More land.. 3 15 from tho citiea with ft largo, fresh and woll aolected stock of Terhune. W. I) , houo and lot it Mortised 2 90 Wltherson, I,isirus, house and lot at Mil 3 55 ledgerlUe Wright, 8uian, honse A lot at Huitonrllle... 10 CO 5 40 Webb, Kilns, 60 ncrts near I. Shelby Wifgoner, Thos., 43 seres on Grern Hirer.. .. 2 10 Endless in variety, dainty in quality, and satisfactory this wo guar ' ... 2 0J antco. Onr nim shall bo nt nil times to Wllcher, Gco.W., supply overy want in our lino. " " " 13 .... 2 Wllsher, Jas. W., 03 1 15 ' " 1 " Walls, John A., Wells, J. H. Co.. hota l.l bit at MeKlnney 10 55 IJD.CKt, no. 1. Consists of tho standard brands of Europoaud America. Our largo lino Alcorn, Clirk.houssiud lot at Turncrsrlllo 2 25 Crown, Hawkins, Iioiim six! lot at Mlllolge- of cooking stoves includes tho justly colobratol "Great Wostorn llworve" and 1 35 rllle many other family favorites. 1 35 Ratley, Chsrlcs, lot on Hinging I'ork 3 55 OUR CHINA, GLASS, AND QUEENSWAKE STOCK consist! in tmrt Button, John, Oicres at Tutncisrllle Ilurton, rhllllp, 5 seres on McKtnney's of Table, Ten nnd Chamber Sets complete, Glnsswaro richly cut and etched. 43 Branch wo name Buckwheat flour, tho queen of all tribes. Bailey, Geo , home and lit at Huitonrllle. . 2 43 In the way of Breadstuff 2 00 lltflzlej, John, VO acres near Hooj rllla celebrated "G. M." patent flour unrivalled for cako and pastry, whilo Our Cloril, Wtsler, 3 acres neir Jasper's store.... 1 65 Rico and Hominy, our own patiotic products, nro arrayed ns faithful adjuncts. C!otJ, John, fc'r , 10 sere on McKluncj's .... The New Groceries and Hardware House of lirn TAYLOR BROS. 3E3CXJiBJ17CJXr,VIIJIJE:. Our Hardware and Poclxot Cutlery S W. H. HIGGINS ! o lor, Collar, x PHARMACISTS, (- -- Mm&itiF iiS1ticsrSL .?Mrc. - JEWELERS. ed .......... .. r. J. BRIGHT & CURRAN. DEALERS u Groceries, Hardware, Queensware FARMING IMPLEMENTS, ) f 1 M Furst and Bradley Sulky Plows. South Bend and Hamilton Turning Plows. All ayste-matical- ly It Reg-ulator- bar-keep- SXEEIKrcjT'S 8AX,E -- It FOR TAXES! Mitchell and "Old Hickory" Wag-- . ons. Our Carriage department will be full and complete with the best makes of Carriages, Buggies, Surreys, Phaetons' Jayguar Wagons, Buckboards. so-ci- al J"" We also have a Large Line of Walking and Riding Cultivators. Solo Agents for Walter A. Wood Harvesting jwaenmes. at f lis-eo- rtt,l ,, Prices M JIEMU'KE, Sheriff. 0URRAW. 9tm-88rekl- B Infcriorloorrad February 17, 1885 LOCAL TIME CARD. KvKitYiiortY in Stanford ot a valentine. for DEATHS. FoiiSalk. UiRlotof country oata reed, Bright A Ctirran. SUaford, Ky., l.&N. Kxpmitraln" ' " Thaabore Nick lot of for tale by Ilrigut Oil A Curran. homo-rake- orchard gr.va Mall train going North- -' Bouth... Houth. Worn.. I f.' 45 M. ,1 so it. t 12 A.M. . 2 30 A.M. 12 r. r. Trn nice nundn,for eale. nhoatv, averaging About 00 Aiijiljr to It. E Bmow. A Itnel 1) catculated. on standard about 20 nilnules faster time, tiolir drona'idiocs receiyed thia morning. A McKobcrtr. Another lot of Williaun Jloyt'fl chll- - Oruco LOCAL NOTICES. I AM daily receiving a splendid assortment of Spring lulling, which I would be glad to have my cuatomera and the public A complrtt. atock of jewelry, lateat call and exnmine. II. C. Itapler, The stylo. Rock ford watched a ijit daily. I'en Tailor. ny A Mu A Hater. a Faiimkrs, Head This Go to Dr. M. UenNEDTO Death. -- Mr. W. O. L. Ilourne'n dmi: lore and get cne package writca ua from Pulaakri Station, Ky , of Ham A. Clark' Hog Ketnedy. If you ore not Rttlf fled after unlnjr it your money that Mrs. William Grlnatead wa burned to death there last week. Her clothe caught will be refunded. Gte, when aho ran out of the house and PERSONAL thoy were burned (IT beforo jwdUlar.ce Mit. A. G Huitaian, of Lexington, is could reach her. Two glrla were in tho house quilling but were unablo to do anyhere. Vt lien what we now deplore. J W. IJahnks, of Springboro, V., U thing, ilor huabsnd ia a clock repilrer Shall rite In full Immortal rluie fl at hi buxlnoaa nnd none of her and waa here pronpecting with a view to loeatinc. Ari'l lilooin to .id a no more." Mil. Sallie ItriiDixo, of WaahlnR-to- n relative Luew of her terrible fate. Thia morning at 10 o'clock Kid. John county, ia tbe jcueat of Mr. T J. Iks-ley- . We fear then) ia going to be a hitch in Bell Gibion will hold a short service at the creamery buaineaa after all. The Leb- her late home after which the remains will Ma and Mks II J. McKoiiciiTs reanon people claim (bat J. M. 1 J rent A Co., be taken to Lancaster and nt 2 v. M. will turned jeatcrdar frooi a T fait to friendd in told them aa much territory as thoy wiahed be laid away in the cemetery there. We llarrodnhurg. provided ther would put their patent cans sympathize deeply with the family in their Mm. J. I. McKinxey, of Hichtnond, in all they claimed. After we had gotten ev- ead illliclion and with that abent sister haa been on a rlflt to Cipt. ind Mr. Geo. erything ready to proceed they put them in who ha yet to learn of her irreparable loss. II. McKinney. thii county and claimed it. If their state- May God comfort them all. Mi Doha Stkacii, of Stanford, U ment ia r orrer' they can er join ua from the THIS IDEA OP GOING WEST RELIGIOUS. Ijilioj; her alater, Mr. V. V. Johnaon, of lite of thu cni and if they do wo will have lo CVI jra'I i or New 3Ir.i o, fur rrnro air to rliTe .- London Echo. thii pi 0fSince Kev. II Mien Tupper, Jr., to ne same other intent. The officero have CuiMumptloii, It all a Bililake. Any rratetiablotnan wouM U(o Dr. Bounlco' Ceugh Mid L11114 )rup for written to ceveral other manufactoriea and came pastoral Broadway Baptist LOCAL MATTERS. It never falla Comuuitlon In all Hi flnt C,- - J. ear ther do not intend that the enterpriae 102 persons have joined. l, to give rtlkf In all caiei of Cnilir, Coldf, Old papers 10 crnti a hundred at (hit shall ftl) through. Dr. Henry M, Scudder ia assistItiv. Paltn In the Cliff t nml alt nfTertlons Hint are office. ing the pastor, Rbv. 1. 8. McElroy, at the eonililerrtl primary toCVnuninllon. Price, Mceuts IliiioitT. A friend banda ua the followChestnut post for Addnai John protracted meeting in the Southern Presby- and 31.00. Said ly McItoberU A BUgg- ing item: V. W. Gantry his rented his Kerne, Highland, Ky. terian Cnurch in thia city. Sixteen addiAre You Tired of Being Sick ? farm to 8. K. Owsley tor $500 and will Mt. Wo want toaay a word to the men, women and tions were annouueed last Sunday. Foil Kent. Two desirable dwelling with his family to Covington, where Sterling Scntinal-Dimocrgirl who work In store, offices and factories houae at Richmond Junction. Hufl Dud they will mnVo their ftttnr home 8. M. There arc hundreds ot thouiandi of you in tbe The Kev. Stephen I). Xoland, of derar. country. Very few ol you are well. Youareihut Spoonatuore (ought 40 acrea of land of of the editors of the Ctntral up too much anlcxeretia too little. In this way one per acre, cash. S. Jim Enjfleman at I want to rent 10 or 50 tciei of good Meihoditt, haa published a volume entitled, you get tick. Your bhvl Is bad, your digestion rentcJ 1 1 acrei of land from Hi bine graw land, near Stanford. J. S. E. "Special Sermons and Analvsis of Ten of poor, your head tflea acbei, you don't feel like Land f r to! ceo and bought 8 acrea of Hiiihe. Our Lord's Parables." Mr. Noland is said work. Your llrer, tomich and kidney are out ot order. Patkai'i Tonic lui cured hundred of him, on which to build cabins and tobacco to have been successful as lawyer, preacher, auchcaaei. It t pare, sure and pleaunt. A.NOT II BK mow, making Mime 'JO odd houses. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Withers arc editor and banker. thia winter. Uncle Pate Ktnbry waa rllit. viiitin,; Mr. and Mrs. 8. M. Spoonamore Kev. J. Builelt, formerly pastor of .NEW ADTKimsKJlfcSTi. lie oatd ther would be 20 The wheat erf p ia looking badly in this the First Presbyterian church, Lexington, A rntAon en tay a the reioon there will neighb rhood and the farmers fear that Ky , will be the pastor at Washington City DJS. D. PETTIJS be no marrying in besvec ia that there will they will hnvc to break up the land and of President Cleveland, who is the son of a put it in corn. Thia ia more especially the not be enough men to go around. la a Cindtdalo to rep'f lent Lincoln county In tbe Presbyterian minia'.cr and has a eister the next General Atieinoly, auldrct to tho action ot care with late wheat. wife of a Presbf terian missionary. Pastor tbe Democracy. II. J. Daust offer for rale 12 building A Pui.uuai) Tmcr. -- A few week ago, Bartlett is a Krpublican. lot, 60x182 feet, between Stanford aod HON. A. G. TAIiBOTT Tho Louisvillo papers say that the a young fellow giving his name aa William Rowland, well located and nccewible, Vaughan and claiming Knoxville aa hia Faith Care there wrought a miracle in the la a Candidate (or Senator In tbe Dlttrlct compoaCaaey and Garrard, aubject To Let on Shaiim. (50 acres of No. 1 home, wtnt to Mr. Grecnberry 15 right's and eleven-vca- r of old daughter of Mrs. John ed the Uojie, Lincoln, Democratic V"XJ. Election to action ot the tolncco land partly plowed, plant beds ofltred to work for his board till the weath- Moach, who waa born deaf and dumb. first Monday in August. made. Apply to Mr. Van de Water, Stan-for- er opened. He took htm on these tenia Prayer and faith have restored both the Ky. JUDGE THOS. W. VARNON and now he wishes that he hadn't, for lacking senses and three other similarly aff Mn. J. T. ilAnmsnow hsa a Grat clnai when ho got tipSiturday morning he dls fected children of the same lady have been Iiacirdidateto fill out the unexpired term or Judge E. W. Ilrown, dee'd, aa County Judgo oaner wno ia massing me bent Dread eTer covciedtbat his watch and $20 were tnlw- - greatly benefited. Lincoln, ulj cttotbe action of the Democracy. Election Augait, 18&. offered in Stanford. His rolls asd hi ing and that tbe younj Irnmp waa n on trt LAND. STOCK AND CROP imentrn also. Another hired man waa loarw cin not be beaten anywhere. We to hunt for him aud he waa found Finejtck, 9 years old, tor sale. W. hate tried them and know. making tracks for tall timber. The man II. Bartleson, Stanford. DAVIS, MALLOIIY A Co.,-- J The absence cf Mr. J. W Hayden will aucctoded in getting the watch and started Notice lo Creditors. Tho Traylor Broj , have fold their fine W. M. UOWAttD, AC. J not shut olT the supply of bargains at his back with Vaughan, bat he gave him the stallion, Membrino Prince, to an Ohio parTbe creditor of W. M. Howard are hereby notiestablishment. J. W. Itout will bs there alip and got off with the $20. The sheriff fied to produce before me at my oflic tn Htanford, ty for $dS0. and see that all who favor him with a call, was notified and put on his track, but did Ky., tbelr claims properly verified on or before Thellarrodsburg Democrat reports sales the 10th day of Mai cb, 1BS3, or tbey will be barred. shall have what tbey want at much less not succeed in catching him. Vaughan is ir. . WEt.cn.('. C. 10 for of 13 yearling mules for $700; 416-Master Com'r L. than coat. raid to be a good looking fellow, $800 and several more ranging from $10 to -- AJTand ia ful- $60 ach. ami apparently well-breOur enterpriilng neighbors, Messrs. A Lewis, have cbasged the form ly competent to take in the unwary. II. P. Thompson purchased 150,000 Thomai . II te lb, of tobacco last week at about 0 cents of the Somerset IbpuUican and now print Although, there was no announcement all around. Mules are said to be worth OrrOHTK CouaT-Hocit alt at home. We have always admired of his appearance, the patrona of the Kink per head in the southern markets DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKYs $20 more the course of that excellent journal and it extraordinarily fine, than they brought a month ago. Linville Meals are Mrre J it all hou a. Game alwa; on gives us pleasure to know that it ia pros- were treated to some fancy skating by Mr. Matthew Woodson, Baker, of Athens, has four ewea that gave band and in Us season, oysters fresh fish, an ds linpering. Friday night. This gentleman is one of ilar dellcaeieiserTedln&ll styles and en abort Asjionment. Walter G. Green, who the moat remarkable skaters of the day. He birth to 13 Iambs, all of which are living notice. Look out for tboilgu "Woodbine Itestau-ranand call when you are hungry. Winchester Democrat. had a amall atore at Moreland, thia county, seema to skato with a much ease in one and doing well. &CO., J- W.MASOMtEXHER The total Western pack from NovemDanrille, Ky. has made an assignment of hia property, poiition aa another, excepting always the 1 to date is 6,300,000 hogs compared real and personal, including notes, accounts perpendicular. First he would pirouette ber last year the gain being and goods, estimated at f S00 in value to on his head, next waltx around on his nose, with 4.740,000 Road and Bridge Letting! 650,000, and the total within 15,000 of last Jamea W. Huston. His liabilities are 0 Pealed proposals will be received until Him. then he would set down like he was mad year's aggregate for the reason. There is 83, for tbe Grading and Macadtmlxingor or more. with the tl or and again would strike out some complaint as to the quality of hogs SO. If the Turnpike Road leading from Stanford by way Mill and Goshen Church to the GarKeusey'h Combination will give two on all fours, But it is impossible to de- now bing marketed, but this is usual at of Duddersr'aline, and sis-- ) tor the building or an rard comity of scribe tho antica of this, the moat wonder- this reason. Iron Bridge across Dlx Hirer, entertainments at Huatonville this week, onoof both will be glren urwn sppllcatiin to tbe ful skater of the lf;h century. He muat PreiidentoftbeComn.ny. Tbe right i reteraed Thursdsy and Friday nights. They will DANtlLLE. BOYLE COUN1Y. to reject any nd all LtJa. Communications should be setn to be appreciated and that all may consist of comedy and minstrel performan be addressed to the undersigned at Gilberts Creak, a chance to bsholu him, the manager pleasant hop at Shelby City, Lincoln county. Ky. A very ces and aa Mr. Kersey haa had seven years bave JjEWIS VUDDEItAIt, Pretldent Stanford, Dlx It.rer, Garrard Co.& White Oak experience in the biitineas he is able to in- takes pleasure in announcing that he has Friday night, was attended by quite a num(I19-3. Tur, Plko Uoad Company. at great coat secured him for another ex- ber of young folks from Dintillei sure a good show. Friday night: Come everyhibition next The Ladies' Mite Society of tho M. E .1 An invention has been patented which body and bring the children. GHENT SALE Church South, gave an entertainment will be of great service to younj ladies Thursday evening at Gilcher'a at which MARRIAGES. learning to skate on the treacherous roll-er$30 waa realized. It consists of a rubber buttle and ia Col. F. W. Huskinson, of Somerset, The Chamberlain and Dienologian worn whero articles of that character usuwas married at Chattanooga, to Misa Pattie societies will celebrato Washington's birthLINCOLN CIRCUIT COUIIT. ally adorn the female form divine. What Warn. ") , day on Friday, the 20th, inat., as the 221 DAVIS, MALLOIIY A. CO. L ara is mostly needed though, is something that In Equity. On tho 15th, Mr. David Moore, a wid- cornea on Sunday thia year. It is thought j W. M. HOWARD. AC. will break the force of the fall of the rash ower, and Miss Malvira, daughter of Mm. Washington will never know the By vlrtneofan order of the Lincoln Circuit Ct. that Mr. voung man who ventures on the rollers. Sallio Morgan, were made one flesh. in too above cauie, the undersigned Receiver will difference. on SATURDAY OP EACH Wfc'KK, by some Girls are nearly always assisted Mr. Vrey Woodson, the handsome and The colored branch of the Deaf and Beginning Saturday, Feb. 7th, strong arm, but the boys have to go it alone sprightly editor of tho OwensboroJir&eNer, Dumb Institute Is now open for the recepAnd ending Saturday, March 28, 188, commencand usually they go it on tome more vul- haa yielded at last to tbe blandishments of tion for pupils. Although kept separate ing at 10 o'clock a.m. promptly each day, sell at nerable portion of their anatomy than their tbe fair eex and surrendered a willing victo tbe highest bidder for CA81I, from the whites the colored children are public aauctionfresh and well selected slock of only, Urge, feet. tim to the charms of one of its fairest. He given the same cate and instructions as tho Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots Stonewall's Sister. An old woman was married to Miss Bettie Ford, daughter white children, Persons knowing of mutes and Shoes, Hats, Notions, &c, who gave her name aa Mrs. Huffman, work- of Capt. S. II, Ford, of Owensboro, Thura of W. M. Howard inCrali of this class are invited to correspond with At the brick Orchard, Ky. A splendid opportunity ia oflered ed the aister of Gen. Stonewall Jackson day last, and is now enjoying the sweets of W. K. Argo, Superintendent? every one to purchase goods at nominal price. will also be kept open each day The storo-rooracket very successfully here Sunday. She tho honeymoon at New Orleans. Our con Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Adam?, of Louis betnecn tbe weekly Saturday auctions and good came to the St. Asaph Saturday night and gratulalions and very beat wishes attend ville, were here from Saturday until Mon- sold to purchasers for CASH at tbelr actual whole sale cost without tarrlaeo. next morning told a pitiful tale of how her him and bis. day. Mr. Thomas Helm haa been T. a. WELCH, Receiver. An Augusta, Ga. paper contains a no died at DaIIas, Texas; N. B. All husband had just marshall of Junction City in place Howard will neriooa indebted by account to W. M, save cost by lettltng at once with how he fought and bled for the Southern ticcof the marriage in that city of Mrs. of Jno. Light resigned. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Hansford at tho o In Crab Orch W. Q. W. lilC6t-o- t Confederacy; how after struggling with Lulee C. Mays, formerly of Lexington, to Robert Harding have returned from a vis- ard. succumb- Judge James S. Hook and adds that ' Mrs. poverty for years, he had finally it to relatives in Henry county. Mr. Jas. ed leaving her penniless and how tho had Maya haa made many friends among our F.Zimmerman, of the who is ill suffered in her effort to reach her friends at people, who were attracted by her refine with typhoid fever is progressing favora- Chattanooga. Sho stated that she waa a ment and cultivation, She is a lady of bly. HACAN'S The Danvillo Literary Society met full slater of old Stonewall and bo enlisted rare literary and artistic accomplishments, tho Bympathica of a drummer, who was an and will bo a congenial companion for Friday evening at the residence of Prof, A. and a Virginian, that he Judge Hook, who is one of the most learn B. Nelson, when the subject of "Municipal raised a pony purse for her, starting the ed and eloquent members of tbe Augusta Taxation" was diacussed by Mesers. O.Beat-t- y is a secret aid to beauty. subscription with n liberal donation him- bar." We ate not personally acquainted and John W. Yerkes. Other members Many a lady owes her freshOf course she was a fraud, but she with the lady, but she his been n aubscrib-e- r preaent were Mesers. O. II. Rhodes, J. C. self. to tho Interior Journal for several Young, J. 8. VanWinkle, J. A. Qouwen-berrness to it, who would rather waa bo refined and told her story with so J. A. Cheek, R. A. Johnstone, J. C. not tell, and you carit tell. much apparent truthfulness, that all who years and we tako much pleasure in InM. J. Durham, J. L. forced to sympathize and forming her Kentucky friends of her hap- Fales, J. B. Walton, heard her, were Allen. Visitors, Messrs. J. W. Redd and piness. assist her. 8. R Cheek. Per-kin- Buy your school books from Penny A McAlialer. LANDiirnit's Garden 8ed, frcah am genuine At l'nny A McAlIgler'e. WATCitra and Jewelry repaired on short notice and warranted by Penny A McAlia-te- r. My atoro ia full of groceriea of every de scription and muat be eold. Birgaina can he had by bringing the ojab. 8. S. My era. Judge M.T. Carpenter, one of the editors of the Shelby ville Scntlntl and late State Senator, died Sunday in his loth year. He waa honest, upright and honor able and his good name will be n living monument to his memory. Of typhoid fever after eight long weeks of Illness, the sweet spirit of Miss Eugenia Itichards winged its flight from her suffering and emaciated body last Sun day morning as the church Mia (old of tho worshiping hour. Misa Jennie waa the second daughter of Capt. and Mrs. Thomas Klohirda and was known for her sweetness of disposition and amiability of character. But lately budded into charming young womanhood, ahe embodied all those graces which make that age so interesting and attractive. The picture of health and hap piness, she seemed destined for a long life of usefulness, but the fell destroyer ia no respecter of persons, save that he seems to love a shining mark, and in thy morning of her bright young life he baa laid hin chilling hand upon the dear girl and all that was mortal of her now lies shrouded fur the tomb. But there' consolation to the weeping frieoda and relatives, for "JIoixs loiVi beyond tbti rale of tear, There was a tournament at the Opera House Skating Rink Thursday night which which was participated in by a number of jroung folks. Mr. G W. Evans and Chas. Cnldwell took pr'zea as the moal expert skaters. Circuit Court commenced Monday morning and in tho abinc4 of Ju Je O vs ley, Hon. J. S. VanWinkle was elected Special Judge. Commonwealth's Attorney, K. C. Warren, was present. Tho following is tho Grand Jury: M. P. 8allee, C. H.Tnlbott, John M. VanMelcr, G. II Spears, Kobt. I. Moor, II. A, IIadly, J . W.IIulan.T G. Co'.ton, W. T Wood, G. W. Pipea, F. M. Carpanlcr, C. II. McDowell, II. K. Hay, William Hughes, J. C. andJ.T. Wayne. Too Grand Jury was exhauittvely charged by Mr. VanWinkle, after which Mr. VanMeter was appointed foreman, The Standing Jury ia compoaed of tin following oitluaa: U. D. Bruce, K. II. McDonald, Joseph Coffy, 8im Slaughter, W. J. Ljle, A. Rice, N. K. Tunis, G. R Pope, J. F. Shelton, N I. Btiater, P. D. Huailng, W. F. Davis, I. W. Mitchell, J. 8. Djrham, T, C. Prewltf, T. II. Praither, 8. I. Briscoe, G. W. Tucker, Fleece 0ens, J. II. Baughman, J. II. Gray, M. M. Petr and Wm. Calvert. Bus iness transacted up to close of thia report: Bond of George Pnilip, $100 for malicious, cutting forfeiteJ, alias and continued, Tbeo. Ronta, counterfeiting, fitel with leaye to reinstate. George Rowsey, murder, abated by death of defendant. 0cn Murphy, fornication, submitted to a jury verdict for $20 and costs with the directions that if the fine be not paid or replevied, defendant be confined in the work houre at the rata of $1 pr day until tho judgment i satisfied. Co-xitt, r fto ..- - taaj)M Choice HVaaK3it9WH Preserves Jelly, Apple Butter 'V. 111 'aaCWa.'' ttg. Ilron-etilt- !. at. Nich-olaavlll- e, Oa-ale- y Bulk.( and ' J. Cheap te&s?- lancolu Circuit Court. at T. R. Walton's d d Ml ' Masonlioimcr's Restaurant as Corner Main - i" - $2,-00- and Somerset Streets. t) ID a. Dry Goods, Clothing, store-roo- m storo-hom- V- - Magnolia Balm y, 1 ' - T iewi-S!lMnnteriorIour- Kill resit Kajilatc A TlMSHkHll. A vnlcnttno to you, my lovo, Tlio urchin. Cupid, brings, O'erfibwlng with tho longing of Tho heart of lutn who slugs. Tis full of tenderness you'll find, And very sentimental: But, pray you, to its faults bo blind, And to its pleading, gentle. Love lurks In every letter, truol Tho day forgives tho crime And thon, remember, love, 'da you Who makos tho rhymester rhyme. So don't blaiiii Cupid if I scrawl, In fashion, stylography, A sentenco very sweet, nnd call It "admirable taffy." Thb strategy b mine, Who am too timid, love, to osle You "Bo my Valentiael" But if. your guesses faQ to hit My name, don't let that fret you I If you'll be mine, that settles itt I'll call around and got you I iruck.J FBfMSMfff AL W. F. McCLAKY la s tandldMo for rerM,9"',,'T',,f Mncola ;coua ty, lubject to tbo action ol Uo democraoy. ALEX. ANDBHBON, A.T XiA."V, DANVILLE, KY., eeuaUes sndla And Will prectlcs In the CoutU of Doris snd adjoining Stanford, Ky., PORTRAITS February 17, a885 OF PROMINENT ONES. JOHN II. AIILL.EK la candidate 'or rapraMatallTs of Lincoln coun. ty In tha next Lijl.Utuca, aubjsct to tha action of the democracy. Its Court f Aypesit. IlHef Illof'j4lrJ Bteorcties or Tlioso ATlio Figure. In Current llltrj-- . ttons s ipcclalty. Muter CommlMlonerKoekeantle Circuit Oour. MT. VEIUON, KY. Will prsctl? la n BockcaalU Courts. Coljyo- Coutt-houIM) j. b. yisir, AttorneyAttiaw, Ooe in y?.w THR ODKAT LBS T. HTJirrM AN. Office-So- uth T. J. HOUSE PAINTER! BOSIsEY, All STAWroaD, Through Trunk Line sfNaiWtv sa7 w9atr I know he wears a gauxy mask AMKORD, KY. AND PAPER HANGER. aids Main Btreot, two doors abort tha Mrert UoUli PnraNliroai Oxlds Oai adtalnlitsrsd whan ra- - FrcacoCrillnr Paper Hanging s Specialty. Ordere Promptly Attended to qatrad. DB. W. B. neceaaarr 8TANFOUD, KENTUCKY. rtt- - nn Tjinriilur itrMtt. rest door to IXTK BtORJouaAi.offlc. OOcs houiafromSUlJ A. M.and 1 to 5 r. u. Ancalhftlca admlBlstarrd whan Itsi-iyr- Iuntlat, PBKNT, Kr. Look, Read and Remember -- Tit AT- - .j ALliEitT 7s FIXK. Mr. Kink, who hat siuco Juno, 1877, occupied tlio nnhious position of "comiiikIoner of tho trunk linos nnd chairman of the joint ejcocutivo committee," tent iu his resignation about Mt mentlis since, tho acceptance of which will prolablr result In n cuniplvto of the pooling arrnngmnent between tho trunk lines and a return to the competition which existed before that arrangement. Mr. Fiuk was bora in Germany iu 1837, entered railwoy service In 1W9, and has sinco of railroad accuraulatod a knowledge construction and management which it equaled by but few, having filled overy position on a railroad from brakesman to Hi genial manner nnd acquaintpresident. ance- among railroad men, tnkeu with his variod experience and dailro to mako "pooling," which had long bean a favorito schemo of lib, a success, renders it unlikely that hU successfully filled. position will At tlm mating of trunlc lins presidents ou Fob. 0 th resignation of Mr. Fink wiu tukon up, and though ha insisted upon its acceptance, tho meeting refused to accent it. It was, however, decided that Mr. Fink could go on n vacation and remain as long its he. pleased. c. p mjNnNOTox. Mr. Collb Totter Huntington was born somo 05 years ago on a Connecticut farm, where every farm b blest with stones enough to fenco in tho entire state. Though ho has sinco risen to bo nioro than fifty times a millionaire, and Is an authority ou "How to run n Congress," ho liegan lifo as chore hoy on a farm. At '11 he was in partnership witli hb brother as a trader, and at 28 was a prosperous merchant in California, It was in ISM that ho first began to talk of the feasibility of Appropriate far .St. Valentine's Day. Ufe.l hand with, eholcs Una of Ck; snd la atlll Bread, fmh st sll times. Alio a treah line of TatTfaof all kind a. I am alao prrpared to do bating for cmtomera. All ordare for Icing and ornamenting sitxuted at abort notice. 503-2- J. on T- - HARRIS a. At Without Change and with SHORTEST AND Sped Unrivaled QUICKEST MUTE rftOM LOUUVILU TO TUX 1 OfflceonLniMter8lrr!t. STANFORD, KY., All builntss promptly and carafully sttended 4lC-l- Mi.nMni SOUTH & WEST rULLmArf CARS WsslitllU. Memphis0, Iiltlla Hock, Montaomary. Atlanta, 6rannab, Jacksonsllle, Mobile, and Ksw Orleans. to. m C5-- - DEI- - "XKr&t&JTm & Co., Itjcw The New ConiinUsIoner of Ijibor. W) fi w rr Tho recently appointed head of the new national burean of labor Matistics, Col. Wright, is nndoubtedly the right man in the rlfthtiplaco. As couimUiioner of the bureau ot.Ubor and industry of Muvichusettr he lias displayed tho highest capacity, and hb annual reports are models in their way of patient investigation and impartial performance, Tho data in regard to wages and protiu of production which ho hat so carefully collected and arranged are accepted as authority Hvory bore. Ho has worked throughout for tho mutual advantage of capital and labor, his operations throwing a light upon tho problems involved in their relations, by which each gains a clearer understanding of its obligations to tho other. According to Tho Boston Transcript, Col. Wright, in ac- ptlng the position of United States labor oonitnisKioiipr, does uot necessarily vacate tho iiiiKitant ollleo ho now holds. Hb understanding with tho president is that he shall accept tho odlce drily for the purjxwe of organizing the national bureau of labor on tho Mtnio lau as that of Massachusetts. Sugar King of tlie Sundttk-- Ulitnda. cou CAnnoix d. wjuairr. ,&mlp vau r fife h fvWV fly rw-- t Hearing complaints that letter carriers havt no uniform overcoat, and are not allowed, ovea in severe weather, to wear tlio top coat of civil life, our artist hiss designed a coirume, which, if protection from the weather is not emenda', would be, lie thlnfct, fit awl effec tive tor at. Valentin day. Tlie City of Khartoum. Fnn for a Newspaper Man. (Detroit Fres rrws.l During an excursion from Pittsburg, whili at Cloveland the Kennanl house was crowded, when a druggist appeared lata at uigbt at tkt Hotel office aad demanded a bed. Tha dent replied that there were only two vacant bed! in the house, one wherein was quartered a Pittsburg morning newspaper man and tb Vrt wMlT IS LAN 0 othor a Pittsburg evening newspaper man, who were with the excursion. "To tell the truth, they are both pretty drunk; to you may take ycur choice as to which room you will sleep la." Tlie druggist said bo would take hb chance with the evening newspaper man, ami h would doubtless bo so drunk that he would be quiet all night He went to bed and was soon sound asleep. The joursalbt, however awakened about 13 o'clock; and, thinking it a long time between drinks, dred himself tin consciously in the druggist's do&es and sallied out. Ever and anon he muttered as he treated all present: "Funniest thing I ever board of. When went to bed last night I only had - cents U got oor $109 (showing my name, and now a corpulent roll of bills), and I'm !ound tc MAP OK THK CITT AXD SURROUNMNCWl The city of Khaitoum, toward which tl'O spend every ceit of it before momiBft." IK eyes of tho world has been ami will be did. A VaUntlne for Oar Ittml City. 'turned for somo time to come, may bo called tho gate of Central Africa. European ilvili iruck.1 zation enters at one side of the city and African luirharbin conies in at tho other. Beyond Khartoum from the north few tourists have ever made their way, and beyond Khartoum from tho south few savages have ever ventured. From the south thoNubioi sends hb stores of ebony, ostrich feathers, ivory, skins of animals and other product! of the equatorial lako district, while from th north the trader carries grain, cotton, gum, s "nrummagemn and beads to feed and clotho tho "savages pouting in the line.' Among the 00,000 Vho make up its popula tion there are many Greeks and Italians, while two or three Americans furaist beads and other tmuipery to tho savage from Kordofan, El Obeid and Da four, Tlio traders sell cauned fruits, meats and vegetables and make th( Dongolowee howl through the streeti after taking some of their raki as a re fresher. Arabs in their bournaises, Turkj with the traditional fez, Copts with theii boshe, and BIrharecn Arabs with their knotted Citizen: "I guess thoy'ra too small, eh V and combined locks of hair, standing up like PediUcr: "Yes, but de cold will soon counquilb of tho pcroupine, wander through it teract yer carr; den ye kin slip em on 's east irregular, narrow and badly drained streets. 's a mitten. It is no wonder that Khartoum is unhealthy. The Yip ir nnd tlm Mir. A Table, When it rr.ins, great pooLs of stagnant watci (John Kemlrlck 1 are formeJ, and from these fevers are genA rajiacicus Viper, being sadly in need ol erated, and tho deadly miasma docs its work Sustenance, was wandering aimlessly about, among the jieople. one cool April afternoon, Seeking what Ik might Devour, wheu ho met an inviting looking Fde, upon which ho resolved to Feed. "Go it, Vljw, old mn," said the File; "yot can have all tho Juice you can get out of me, and Welcome; but I warn you to desist, as am almost as Mortal! tacious as our comic Cholera Germ!'' But the VIir, tiensbting in hb rcckies ii pust, Swallowed tho Filo entire, and, Having done so, curled up hb legs and dial. And no wonder. He had eaten a File oi Tlio ('ongressiontl Record. 1 which was afterwards consummated in the completion of tho Central Pacific, over which Mr. Huntington was tho controlling He b still hi active spirit and financier. business life, expending hb winters usually in Washington, overlooking tho interests oi tho several corxrations with tho control o( which he is still associated. His railroad system extends from San Francisco nearly to Mexico, thence across tho desert and Texas to New Orleans. He has finished hb railroad from Hampton roads to Memphis, ami b thought to bo tho controlling jirit in tha now railroad from Memphis to New Orleans. Therefore, ho b tho oidy American who controls a lino from ocean to ocean." Besides all tliis ho owns tho American luv; of steamers from New York to New Orleans, consisting of about thirty vcswls. lit present residence b in New York city. a railroad over tho Sierra Nevada mountains, Loulitllle, Kr., Cincinnati, O., aoJ Indlanapoll;, "rua.'. InddoalcrafnBtlnway A Bona' D Thla notice ferwrn huntrra, flherrain and ilalna. J. A C. Flicaor, Voae A 8om,l lUUwln A our lands without Piano Forlet; trmiH not to tresnajiaon are liable to be rrocecuted Co.'a Cottage, Upright and rViuire Organ. ai all aucn 'Cts abothe Ktltr, Bhcnlngeraod Hamilton suit purterm; to IniUumentaautdst tothsfulleitantof htlaw. your irdera I'll jo" K" our chasers. Don't giro Uanrllle, by. D. McKittilck. n,MiHcvuiiuMi, prices and terms. ifuaa ..F.t A. W. Carptnter, !Ia T. Iluab, n, POSTED ! ";:"' Ur C. tUahon, BSrsXSXKTS 1. II. Baltlwin piltnd Poat-otac- a, BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA In Palace Care Without Chame. SHORT LINE TO THE EAST rroaa Laulsrlllela Palace Cara without chasf a. the Seeklnc PMinDAMTC line ol homes onwill thla road CrniUnflrf I O receive apelai low ratea. Ac, or write See Agents of thla Company for latte, routes C. P. ATNORf, 0. P. & T. A. "'':"."' ,:7v.... K. llW.t. H. Cobb, Hubbla, (.U Carter T. J. Hill, Illnlna Krlly, II. 1). A J. F. Uo.tr, K. D. c """ 9Hni AaBsB. &t2fcsA . T.J Fortr. M.T. B. C Yanoy, J. A. llarrb. V. W. Carter, Ed. Carter, T. M. Wbltf, tl, E. Marcuci, A. D. Newland, Kuult, W.Olrent. Jas. II. l'ravltt. W.C. McUortnacs, M. n. LtIIk, J. W.Weathrrlord, vf ra. nurton, J, S. Murphy, J. M. Hill. J. It. MeAllittr, J. U.Jonra, J. q I'onljrorofry A. IWnsdlct, W. K. Amon II J Darat. A NewlanJ. Kbo.lt. Stanford Female College. STANFORD. KY. With a Full Corps of Teachers, This Institution will open lla Fifteenth Session onth 1st Monday In September next. ALL TUB BRANCHES " Loulslllt, Kv. GHESAPEAKEAND 01 RY. (. Of A East Washington, Ph?ladfphiaN.Y. Its snly line runnmi PULLMAN VIW 8LX17ING OARS Kentucky's Ilouto lyt) RtsMmbft that A. M. FSLANO haa NOTICE ! 18X THOBOUGHENGUSHCOURSE Are taught, as well as KTJBIO. IKQ AND X'AINTIHO. THE IiANOUAaHUI. DRAW 1hre Tracts of lue llonio L.Had Hdjaln- TI-HC-I TERMS MODERATE. pniiinn n,lra raiive from 813 to ISO Id lb PrlnsrT.tM; InbmaedlsU raular DeparlmeftU. and UUifuts iw. 4, UCr, PreparaUiy, r A SOLID TRAIN IenlvlHo,ClnclHMU TO That be wliha to idl. on containing IS Acrte, ooo SO and tha other about 300 Acrea all No. 1 Land In eood atats of culUtatloru Alao JO Acrte Mountain Land on Matra'a (lap. Alto baring 1 Hy., HBd Lex-iHKt- au Over 100 head Bed 8hort-Hor- n Wlibra to aell 60 r 70 btad. Among th u tbars to wean are 20 bead of Hull CalTta trom y t linga Thla li (he tlntat and beat cviortd hard la taklug Into conalderatlon blapartor tha attte. tbennmber. Not b(og In giod health and wUb-Ir- g to aettle up ray builn aa niysell, will atll thla property fn.-- leal than the fame ran I bought (laawhere. A. H. fKltAXU, I fitaotord, Ky. 11C-3- rorfullparUeutan.MtoIV)art,ao..adJre Cattle BBS. B. O. TMltKMKAr. lrlHcljl, Hnfwd,UnelaOo., Ky. WASHIKGTOK CITY. OonnKtlng In Mas depot with Cut trains lot MYERS HOTEL, sTAirroitP. KY, X. H. BURNSIDE, - The Direot Route toLyaehborfr, Dan ville. Jfr7ilk. Propr All Virginia amd ITortb Carolina Por tickets sod turtbsr Inforaatioo. apply yoor seareat ticket office, or sddrraa W. J.ilsao, W, K. ARNfL,, AjrenUlej A(t, Ticket and Paaa. Act 3'J rearlta A vo.. lAulaellU, Ky O. W. SMITH, H. W. riJLI.BR, PoiaU. Corporation Notice! Notice la hereby glrtn that T P. Hill, J. W. Alcorn. J. K. Bruce, Jno. J. MtItobrta, I. M, iiruce. E. 1. Owaley. A. A. McXIoaer. W. O. Wrlcb and P. M. McKoberta bars formed an in. roiporated Company under the prorltlone otCbap-t5 of I lie Uen-ra- l Slatulfi ol Kentucky, and hareadoptrd and recorded arllclea of Incorporation In the Lincoln Cuuntv Court Cltrk'a offiie. 3. The name of lh corporation ahall t "I he Staaferd Creamery CoMpaa)" asd lla principal ofice and pjice ot buiinui ahall be In or nrar tha city ot Staalerd. ta Lincoln ivncly, Ky. 3 Tbeceneral nature ot tbo butltaai of laid corpora' Ion ahall bo the p i chat? of cream and the tuanuiaciure and aaie of butter tneretrorn, aou iae purcLaie, feeding and aa eol lite itock to uttllie the offal of lb Cm tarry 1 The capital atockef the corporation ahall be forty-flr- e bundr'd dotlara. to be dltldrd Into abareaofone bundrad dultsra each, snd ahall be paid (none InitaJhntnt wben daaanded by tbe dlrrclory. 5. The corporation abllcommencs exlitrnce on tbe lit day of April ISiJ, and mall continue t yrara. ailit fur lb period of tweBty-fi- ra 6 TbeaOalrior aald corporal ion ahall te conducted by a Board of die lilnctoia, ikice ol whom ahall constitute a quorum lor lbs tr Dutilou of builnrea. Ka d Dtredote ahall be at cud annus'ly on Ibe lit Monday in April, and ahOI annually elect a I'rraldent and a txcrrtary and Trraaurer. Said IHrrctory eball bare power to aalect ami em. ploy aucb oilier perresi aa may be, nrce'iary lor the lueceaaful rasragemrnt of the atTitra or tha corpors'lon. The it corporator! iball elrct a Ituard of Illrrclori, wno shall aerre unt I tlirlr surceaaora shall hare been elected and acclUd the office, 7. The b'gbeat amount af IndeMrdotei of aald corporation ahall uot at any one time exc cd one thousand dollar. ( the a'ockhotdera ol 8. The private propert' uld corporation shall cot be liable for the corporate debla. K. BRUCE, I'rrtWent. J. 1. er This Old and Well - Known Hotel Still Maintain its High Koontauon, AND Iti lropritor if DeterMUe that It Skafl be Second te ao CDuatrT , HetM Ik tte uuie in u x are-Appointment!, or Atten tios. to Comfort ef charge. le Cemnsrr lal Trsslr. Ths Ba wtll cnoitri. alwara espplled "Its Ctrara. (fas'l Mssanr. RlrhmAn4. Tlrslnta Uts't paw'r Art. Io KENTOCrCT "Allte-CrRM GEH But age their Guest. illlksSBTsr ti ss frsa the 1 Special srrmo4atloa RsMtc.M I ? w R hrssdaoM.t'inir'asd k. MUIIKAT'S Tho OreAt tJ Shortest end Quickest Boate from Geo tral Kentucky to all Point North, mi, rvesianauouinwost. Fast Line Between TftasaM MPECiriC, Memo- I.KXI.VOTON A GIXCIX.YAT1 lhOul la Effect Oct. 11. UK. r3 2 Esslish Remetly, HP & !3 ti s-- knick-knack- JNO.J.McROBEaTi.Scc'y. Uo-a- AfterTiklsj. tbsroay blooom of health. WMurray'a Bpectse Is aold by all Drunttta st j. AW by 11 per packet, or als rort'Cae for malt, rietajr free, on receiptor price. asrVuU pirtlculara la pwipulet. which will be mailed free to erery appllcaut. Address all comma nlcaltona to tbe ante manufacturers. 31 VltllA V JJEOIVIXVCO KanueClty, Mo. Bold In 8!arbrd by Penny A McAtlttor and all Drugzlsla ererywhere. Aariius PKtss A Co., Wholesale Acen la. . l.oulsUla Ky. 200-- 1 yr) w..VfM. iii. Htuviae slcm lite a chinn, reatorln loaa or f1ln Tla or, ciTlne to ths eys a brilliant n.linukllnrl.plUtV. tO th cblk. EihausHon teuilnal Weaknra. Inipotenry. and Oeneral Loss of Power ol the (leneratlre Organs; .11 llseaira that rbtlor as a ee-Befcfs laUsc. qnencs ol youinmi impniaence or u Unlrenal Xjuaiwas.rsin m iu back, Dlmnees of VUloi, AKe.ar.l raioy otter that lead Io Ioranlty or Io ait caaeaof renile sKissV Issposlllrecnre for Weak Nrrroua ry, I.oe of Brain Power, ?? f2' i ts! st a fai 5.1" i .,! Nihil aaaau P B B B HE I o i I Preiiia-tureU- ld die-raa- ua mm ,'l li BBtBBjBEBBSl u Pi p h Ibbbb'beibvbb I S2C:y3U856i53 VQV op's ;mwo I t I I 5 1 U 153388 lEBBBB i oHDiiuu U I t SS S5M5waa BB U&ISaSJ I 1 88 S85S5IJ5 I aEEBBB BbIbBBES nHIQ & MISSISSIPPI R. W. Are you falling, try Wells' ItsiLTn Its Mnrii, a pure, ciran, trcoiesomo Kir Craln. Jttrrtt, Wftmach, tjrer, KMnr, An t n mlal IntUtonuit. Cures The Direct lloiile Io 1 St. Louis & tho West Nortlinest and .S)iitliwt by the way of 'rlsiir'iSaliill?9 bi i?f? I yJJirilTUMLHI uublLlu ' fK . I i : is ssp-.-i- . I ? t fa I Luuira. DYSPEPSIA. Hcndacbe, Fftrcr, Ajrue. Chills, 10 ii-- ES H 1 l . ,, LOUIS VIIaTiB or CIM'I.W ATI. I ,E3 : B i ! sssss g. tlt . - p SBBB 1 1 DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. TORPID., Swont.o, Nervous Wcnknoss, I Iatmci-.s- , bvxual Dccllco 1 Nicfl to tnlcc, Even Snakes cannot stand Tht by Ailolph Hprecks'K in Nm FrancjAro, brought into pvomliiT . tWThtlisr of the latter. Clans tspre-koonnionlv known us the '"Sugar King f tu- - fondtriub Islands," who wields n tower ihii autocratic, if not greater, than tliat of buv other monopolist in tho world. Sprockets i a outh German, born in Hanover, n mm: . ' onoH education, who mine to this country nltout IsfiO, and started in tho retail grocery business in Church street, New York. Ho wont t California soon after thxgnid fororliro'--- f and o uce engaged in tha P to the huianb giocory busiiKHB, pn'f-innand lini dlih.n of mining. H crvthing which ho touched itemed to tuni to gold. Combining with K'ventl of his brother wh lia 1 como out to the c.mr, ho bought a quarter Interest intlioAllwuy brewery in Sun Kiamn.'o for $40,(XW. This was tlio foundation of hi, prewiil largo fortune and commercial importance. After itiiinng tho browory a few years hU ! . . Moral. true mr rlt, unonmU'd for LIVER, ami' Night konii) Things. CLAIM 8PKECKKLS. hhi Kiting Of I)o' Toung Genuine Ktoliitlon, lllflrjier's Dazar VIEW OF THE CITY FIIOM TIIH HOSI'IAL. Jl Mnl aria. Learlns riailanvea Isrtlle ad InclniM 1 direct (onnettton at tboas olntwih Hie Kxpres on tbo Ohio A Mla.lulppl fr bt Ixiuls and all puliita Wist. All HalDS All rrv. ' lr make Lou- MttBD c gs?s$'i a, J s: ' -- (! i i ; 1 I w s i i .. ? PHSBeslBBiBHl VlUMU! I!! M I I I I U. S. w ius, Jersey City, uot., 0 for $3.00. nt UnisgUs. I N. J., U. H. quicker than any other Pus. clrloa;oHr nwniMS limp I.ir ill' ill 1iu ar.l cu'iire i mis in iiiibi Klln Ino Weal. in IU Iiulsrllle TTMirr, ""'.r'"".", Lru'S, "1. JLULIIO 1111 l.l or Intln- two hours z?,vi BBS a im BE, I M H MlI I i ! P" 2 S I 'AaWsWMMM Wtal3- - - m-- "u ;, ken Innings instinct Yafcin sugar rollning a fnr inoi-- prolltnble field of ontorpri", Tho story of it j coiupioit of tho Sandwich IUnds in a nub-l- II b, that he took advantage of the iguui an. - form an; ac. urato ctimat0, becaiuo much of 'l'!?Ml u Mortgaged, nnd it b under-btoo- d tli, greater part of his fortune is In tha sugar business, which b aiit to w..,. ,naKCS ually tu0 ycnr round hOHWer nm l lmis ot Sllsnp n9 U)a,es clear hpM of V0 on eo&bnrr..lrf o.OOO n day. w hich amounts to etf,t00,000 n year. Ho control tlie mtire suar trade uf th- coivst. which ivptoiuiU $10,000,000 a year, Down ntllomlulu ho puts on. mow tho airs of ail autoeint, mid hb courso thoro Utely lin put him into disfavor with both tli native and forui. .. ihiMBtjoiw Janunrv h vwai a king who wanted money and tliat li- wn,v.s ith oodte, (0 death. Of SjuekelV wealth it is imiwsslblo to . 1 .,.. . bravo crocalllos for their paltry Tho iilace of the governor Is nn tiglj-Ioo- k iug building facing the river, and tho helm otod mid casqued ncgit)ss wlio form tho guard of honor nro dreel in white uniform. Thero Is a good donl of complox scoundrclixm in tho city. It is tho losult of 50 yean, of the Bkuo trade. This has attracted tho worst clans of the rogues who live on the Levant. Fir 400 miles fcouthof Khartoum tho white Nilo is covered with rich cotton fields, which hlojio away from tho Iwnks of tho river from Ovo to So miles into tho intorior. Tlio of tho country aro immense, and Khartoum is destined to play an important tart in tho development of tho mourcos ol Central Africa. put-as- The htreet that lxrtl rs the river nido looks down ujKiu th Mater from an elevation along which Htab-lwlm trees and largo gnrdem of citron nnd cmnge trees stand. Many neatly whltwalied buildincs stnnd nlonc tho river bank, and thews aro relieved by tlie nilnaroUniid mosques which give tho place tho air of n city in tipper Egypt. There are, of course, the clinracterbtie mud houses, th. tropical foliage, tlio broad paling and the weeping domes, tho hedelmlms luiulwl on th" 1hic1i for repniin, tho sucks cf gum, th tusks or tvory, ami tlio stevedore iKpulatton v 12 Hours Quicker ,inus hy .1 wayf Lliimgo. ?tt: ft-- V IBSSSS.3E5 S3BB 9"3'3,W1TJ,U H H U H B E tl 58 s E "? If r Dally l Oo So Buchu-Paib- a Alwijs Kid-iiov- M. - 91AYMVII.I.K lUIAMJi!. I No. W, Kostii-Uoum- icftken- r.i. I.t Covloston.. " Lexington Arr Mtllersburj ' Paris .. . ually Hun. Kr. Dun. THR OUIOI.VAL rum. 1 A Yniinir Cnlirlit), (Tioy Times A fond father presented boy with n tmmpot, with which he was gicotly infatuated. All day the loy tooted away delightedly, nnd nt bedtimo, when hb grandmother told him to put lib truiujiot down and say lib prayers, tho llttlo fellow wild; "Oh, no (I'll tell you what lot's do, grandma; you . . pray and III keep on blowing." Norrbtown Herald: In biblical days tlw foolish virgins neglected to put oil in their lamps. In our times tho foolish virgins put oil on the lire. BMIoh's Cure cud SI. For LenxtKnssmssxss!Uii Iteinarlinblo Cures of Catarrh of the s Ul.iJdcr, Inflammation, Inltationc f and Uladdcr, Stoii" or Clrnvel ct tbo ProtUto (Jland, Drvpslcal -- .vlllp9n, ucq ot Uilne, nil DIseaos ot tbo (lenlto-- I ii.nry Ornc ia cither si . I'Vr L .! us lMlth Unnatiirsl aNo (.Inpln's Injection b'leur." ic!i 81. Kr SiPIIIMS. cltbT contracted or Irrcilitnry mint, tuo Chaiiln's Constitu tl Ulttcr Kynip, SJ.C0 jcr bottle, nuU Olwpln's HvnliUIllo lnils, 8100; and Clia-ii'i Sypbilltio tiahf, $1.00. 0 bottles fcTrur. a uf 1111s, 1 Ha!n i,j- l!spres on swe 9iv.w, cr ai inijLim. H - Wrrju. Jervoy Htv. fT.I.. V. 1 A Dis-p:vI1-'i- Fast Tiiuo uad Suru Con nootions With nil Hum lit 7 28 8 19 00 9 It 10JW 'J it St. Louis nud Intermediate ! Points. " Csrllale- " Jolinvw " Maynllls.... BotrH.JIoi'Nii. Msysrllie Jolintou . S 47 p C, 07 p a in' 7 SO ii a ml 7 45 p n hi a iu a iu. 1 SO ii hi nn o zu p III iu io m m 1 1 00 in Xo Fcrrleh! NnOumllMi.MTraiit.-i'ei'r- t rTSToT Dally Dally llx. thin. lit. Sun i Id I VOtn n in 1 S9 pn a ni '1 Upiii 7 II a w 8 00 pm ...l e 10a iu' 3 Up w No. ii - ipit I.to Connection! Mils In Union uepo t. St. Louis. " with tratmof linai Kil'iR West, Niortbweit sad " Koiilliwct. n Vcl Io nny .folnt, rail on or Arr II roil are ml wiIVj to tlio midi r.irfiitnl. Kor (drill's Purli .. .m .1 II .10 '1 Mllleraburs--. .., ... . 7 POP. rellabls iufitaitlloj In irgaril to Western Malra, Map , llulJes and lowest special ralw lor lickets . ml Household (Jools to nil points WoU call no or d Jru tl. II. 1L30P, Ag't Ohio A MImImIppI r.ilhvftT. Harrotltbiirs, Ky Idud.Ae.ln the tiillati " " CiTlnilQM. -- ill 0 10 a m1 0 SO a mi OiHpm fOpm - Tlio most rrmnrkablc feuturo in counection with umbrella is that, with nil tho vast number annually stolen, f few (icoplo ever teem to have one. Boston Journal: Man and Beast. Mustang Liniment is older than most men, and used more nnd more every year. sV I-- 1 SUILOII'3 CATARIUI REMnDV, a rositlro WHY WILL YOUcougli cure fur Cattrrh, Dphthcrls sod Csnker Moulli, will giro ImmtHlUte rellelf Price I'or isle by Penny k McAlliter. tale by Pennj A Mc.Mbtcr. (Oc TralnNo.ClaiUiiv crr.i.i u,,,,.!.. i.i..... r Inaton and Paris, but ladullv ('mm ciminn.ii i.. Osn'l P ati. Agt, Knoxvlllo. Pres't and Oen'l ittu'ijr, C. W. PARI.-'-, Lexington and Paris: -- Nn. 87, dally except entral PatJonjer Agent. Clmlnnati, Ohio. arr UsInRton 0 10 am. o. S3, dally except Sunday, loovu Uxliigloo 1 SO l nil arrive Purls 5 is p m. I 'Olt 1,1 !!(. Nfll. !l ntlil I run -- U Wl,,l, a.i. Holld Trains, with Pullman Hieeplns ( (Inclnostl snd Itlohmoud, Va , aud RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E and Waililnpton, D. C. Throunh tickets fit) I iitTarn a a ili(it,1 hv A farorllo rrracrlntlnn nf nn nf (hi aucepitfni isiiurlallaia In th r' w destination rracbod by t railroad. liiuai noted anil K. 11. SIOP.Si:, 8. W. II. WHITTLnSF.V, retlrcdHor the euro t Xrrvottn VrblUtu. . .: .. ii... . Miifiii AKCiii, yt)ttMHhooit, lVi.'ii-niK- l Trar. Pass. Agent. Dreav. Honl CoTlngton, Ky, luplalnacalpUtnvelor J'r ik'ffi3'.cullim Lnxlni;ton, Ky C. W.SMini, Addrsaa DW. WARD A CO , Loulilsns, Mo. h. xr. Kui.r.Kit; 'irucial Manajtr (leu, t'aa If W. W. PKABOOY. W. B. ruDjr Wlncliealcr and UnlnKton to CoTtnmon. Tnln No. 1 runs via alii Paris, am' s v5 bllA'l'IUC, v', tui-i- ... FSSKE! fcr.