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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885022001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Stmt Heetli Jmfefwf lottftmL fOLUM I Xffi If You STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, "I don't care 1885. NEW SERIES.-NUMB- ER 420 t t i Don't Btlieva Thh, Ask Jack Soulier. Origin of a familiar Hjmn, Rev. II. A. M. Henderson is a candidate to see West Point again," There Is an interesting incident mention- for Chaplain of the House at Washington. said a young man, who, having tint return- ed in the life of Charlts Wesley, which led The people of Kentucky know something fMt'(a7iel Tiemlv and Frldaya, ed from the great institution was asked how to the writing of one of his best known of II. A. M. Henderson. He is a smoothhe liked the place. hymns One day Mr. Wesley waa sitting tongued, copious and persuasive speaker. ''Oh, yes. the discipline la good, and they by an op;n window looking out on the In this State he left tbe pulpit to dabble in 89.00 XM3H ANNUM take the stoop from a fellow's shoulder, beautiful fields in summer time. Present- politics. He was elected Superintendent ly a little bird flitting abont in tbe sun-shi- of Public Instruction. His first step In the When pal strictly la rtvasee. I( w bate to still they do not observe those little niceAND PHARMACEUTISTS, DRUGGISTS ties of politeness which I like to eee prao attracted his attention. Just then office waa to Induce the Legislature to Inwait ear II in. 3.00 wilt U enanwd. ticed among gentlemen. I went in with a a hawk came sweeping down toward the crease his salary, already libera). He deyoBBg fellow named Adams, a youth of little bird. The poor thing very much voted much of his time to compiling unWALTON. W. P. good manners, who, I thought, could not frightened was darting here and there, try- profitable books, and lecturing on subjects fall to make a good impreesion We were ing to find some placs of refuge. In the apart from the duties of his office. Un TVIiich. My coaetanl readers will bear me wltaeea shown into an office, where I was pleased bright, sunny air, in tbe leafy trees, or the der his management, or lack of manage- Drags, Wall Paper, Mimical Liquor Chemical, BeekK, IaRlrttomeHisv that I haven't done a bit of pmchlotf Ibis to meet a Lieutenant with whom I was ac- green field there waa no hiding place from ment, the sshool system of tbe Stats run Stationery, Paints, Cigars, Pocket sewon oq tba subject of decollete cot tump, quainted. He shook hands with me cor- the fierce graap of the hawk. Rut teeing down. Soaps, Oils, Tobacco., Cutlery Henderson'i) career ia Kentucky serves but the Lifd kajiri there has been text dially and atked about my relatives. I in the open window ant the man sitting by it, LarapB, Perfumery, Fire Arms, itfachia eDOOgb. I em not so much of a prude as troduced him to Aditn. and he seemed the bird in its terror flew toward it and to Illustrate the loose management of tbe NCCdISMU. Oar Jewelry, Silverware and Optical Goods Department Is la Charge JT CM. tp Wtih the aboil lino of low corsages. Mod glad to meet him and profoundly acknowl and nlth a beating heart and qoiverins State's afftlr'.-C)vlnit- ton Commonwealth. Titos. Mchards, who Trill Repair Watches and Clocks promptly and ia the ImoI. eitf li after a)l, milter of custom. The Fiji edged his gratitude. 'Ah, young gentle wing found refuse in Mr. Weslei's bosom. When nervous wakefulr.cn ensues at style. belle, clothed to a string of beade and a men,' aaid he, 'o you contemplate fointng He sheltered it from thethreatenlngdznger night time, when there is a desire to sleep, feather, may he the ibreet young thloK op. ne. Glad of It. You'll find everything and saved It from a cruel death. but, on account of a peculiar elate of mind Mr. Wesley wai at the time suffering a top of the firth, while the Dawn East pleaeant here. Just sign this, please,' shorand body, reit will not come, inhalation spinster, wllb calico to her rerj chin, ing out something thtt looked like a cut- severe trial and was feeling the need of a of pure air is a eafe and efficient soporific. would at won eat a man ai look at blm throat mortgage. Juttai we had eigne I refuge in his own time of trouble as much Itiaobaerved in thew conditions Lut week I Incidentally described the bare the thing, the Lieutenant, turning to a pug-nos- as the trembling little bird did that nested person only breathes halfway, andthat a that thing who stool near with a gun, aatd: in his Ix a m, 8j be took bis pen, and wrote the oxygen in neitat theoptrt. Bit Ills at the balls tbe luni is kept exhausted. unprecedent Take thee fellows down t) the Commis- the beautiful hymn: that the revelations are quite ; a pnysician rccommenas & lew lull "Jetur, Bat lor of tar mil el. I djo't metntaeafthtt dreae waists sary Dtpirttnent' "Adam and I looked at the.b'st reundy for this kind Letmt toTbjrbxom fly. are cut out more than heretofore -t- hat each other and smiled. 'Get out of here,' of wakefulness, w.blch is produced frequentM'ble tbe warts ot trouble roll, would Ib lawUfldaal cum he Impoeeibl.j demanded the Lieutenant. 'Cuporal, take Wbllethetempeititlllli high." ly by the condition of the atmosphere as hx mora Matrons 'm away.' We did sol like tbe chasge in buttli tMWU Coli Wbathek in Dakota Mj. well as state of the mind. to bt. The fomer at Banner, but thinking that such freaks than Ussy Howes, Whipple, paymaster, and Mr. If the Legislature intends to keep up the trl aw fci tight be among bfa personal peculiarities aoclety. we aatd nothing, but ace impanled the Cor clerc, with Lieut. lVgue and two men as precedent by working the convicts outside MTtrtl durlK their firit eHn la night for Tht etilue haa been repealed. The debut- poral down to the Commliuary Department, escort, left Biford latthem before Poplrr of tbetoprison walls, it would be more equireach- table the people at large that the conthia winter wear low corsages almort where we were furnished with fifteen pairs River. Night evcrtcok ante! ing CulberUon ranch, and, having a driver victs be put to work on the roads, pikes, without exception. When 70U come to of shoes, fifteen pairs of boots and about contider that sweet tliteea U apt to be four hundred pains of socks. Then, leaded who did not know the road, they loat their channeling out shallow riven and water terri- ways or to grading railroads into tbe mouncomposed chief! of ekln draws lifthll over down with our spoils, we were conducted way. Tbe night was one of the most you will agree with me that three into an upper room. 'Fix tbeee things,' ble experienced this winter, with the ther- tains of the State to develop the State's bones, 101 below ziro, accompanied by a largest and least known source of wealth disclosure are Indecent In more ways than said the Corporal. 'How Ox 'em?' I asked. mometer which can profita- He stormed at us and told us that If we had fierce wind. The party wandered for sev- the great coal, timber, iron, salt, oil and "O, don't you one. There are eecreta remember sweet Alice, Ben Bolt?" "Her bright smile haunts me stllll" bly be kept by a woman, and one of them not stacked 'em up in shape by the time he eral hours through the hills and deep snow other intereata of Eiatera Kentucky. "Yes, I saw herlast at Dr. Boarns's Drug 8tore,' No wonder, she got her paint from Bourn. they found a coolie where Three Forka Enterprise. "O, write me a letter from horn, is ths fact that eh hae atrophy of the breast. got back be would report cs. He went when fortunately "John Anderson, my Joe Jhn, you hair ia 1 And get tbe stationary from Bourne. away, and we went to work to arrange our there was a little wood. Here they rethe snow your eye ll dim!" Clira Ilille. The folly of opposing the labor of con- good. I thought that my socks were es mained till daylight. Snow was melted on vlcta in tbe coal mines by certain papers "I wonder ft she loves me ?' Tell the old coon to ga to Bsurne's and get List year there were In the riiy of New poually well arranged, but when the C'jr-pi- ral a shovel, the only Implement they had, and She will Jf job buy your Ueauttfieia from of his hair dressing and a pair of Lattassfc. and politicians is now becoming apparent. York 11 SOS marriages. Of the--e ten were celebrated Knck Crystal Bpocks." btck, he gave them a kick and transferred to a small cup and coffee provid- Lnutsvillr, Covington, Lwlngton, Winchee-ter- , "Rotes bloom and then they wither." ctmi 'of every hour. Tbe experience of olutal men to white wo ,n ml aid: 'Fix these things.' I felt like kick ed each person Tbe perfumes ate made into extracts for Bourne. "Shall t never more behold thee?" Mt. Sterling, Richmond and numerous acolneJ wotain to white wan. lo.wea ing his dows,but tbinklog that I had not was terrible during the long and weary "Yes, and in good health, for I get my ntedicio-froother towns in Kentucky are receiving coal "Kathleen Maroitrneen, tbe gray dawn is breakBourne." wan married for the fifth line, three men gat the hang of tbe place, I restrained my night, and tbey saved themselves from ing'." from Pennsylvania, West Virginia and "I'm glad of it; Bourne has so many nice goods "What are the wild wares saying?" aa twj women for the fourth, 100 men feelings. 'Cmeon here n,'sa!d tbe Cor death by constantly pouniing each other, Tenneaaee. Louisville haa this winter reI want to take the whole dsy purchasing.-- ' Baurne, Bourne, Bourne, Bourne, Bou'ne! and forty one women for the third, and 1, poral. We were then shown into a long thereby preventing the fatal sleep from ceived more coal from PitUburg than all Then, Kaly darling, do tell Lilly Dale to put PickaEoo in Aunt Body's old arm chair and rise overcoming them. All were more or let 515 wl.luwcnand 1210 widoaof the fir l hall. TbeConwal left us, and, having the convicts in the penitentiary allowed power remarried. E t brltfvnne and given no Initructioni. we knew not whit to frtzjn, but none severely. fOmaha Her "Bockme to sleep, mother," while you go to Bourse's New Si ug Stwe and get me a Tooth Brush, by law to work outside -- could mine in a ud eighty aid. one bride were betw.cu reteuu some Tollst Soap, a pair of La Mora's Perlscoplc Lenses, some of his Letter Ppf do. After awhile Adami remarked: 'I Richmond Register. year. yeare of ag sixteen bHlfmim and two see a lot of tracks leadlog to that door, Bhabp Scheme of a 8widler. A of Vinllla for your mother, strengthening Cordial for your grandmother and some worm candy The only child of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. bridne between eixty.Brxud trnty, and Believe I'll go in and ask for directions.' man has just been captured In DKalb for Jeeins, and go quick or t'll make you think "This cruel war Is not over." fifty-nin- e bridegrooms and lr bridee be county practicing a new and peculiar meth- Smith, of Bristol, haa eight grandmothers He went into the roam, b Jt a tmm int afThe number living and make tbe fifth generation now iweeoalxty aad sixty fire. like a min falling down od of pawing counterfeit money, which was terward, cacnioat leavliving ic Bristol. The maternal of men who married under twtnty-m- e we Raw, rvt may be dea:ribi d as follow: Before statre. Pretty soon after this is eighty-seveyears of Hal sf women, 2,Dli. Tke aumbtr of ed on the wall, a ouple of sheets of papar. ing one town be addreaaed a letter to him 2Io; men who Berried between twenty end They referred to ui, giving us everytbiag self at the postoffice ol the town at which age and now reads without glares and can yean of age 4.17.1; of women, C but fatherly advice. Well, I concluded to he next wished to operate in. Tbe letter bear distinctly, though at fifty yean of age tweaty-fif- e married she waa quite deaf and obliged to use glassus131: 3.795 men 2170 women ga in. When I entered, a bluff officar look- would purport to be from his son and and thirtr years of Manchester (N H ) Union. incloaed a b gus $20 bill; in It be es. l.ittla ually ed up and asked: told a lot of b gus family matters, expressaft, What' your name?' For once thes pulpit and the stage are -- ANDed the hope that he would soon find em- united. They agree in denouncing the 8emat ladle are Interesting themaelTe 'Jackson.' ployment and refer to the money enclosed. skating riot. The ministers and tbe Fiii-iiitiir- e in eaaklag up money to bny a monument 'Get out crbertt' ! to put at the grave of Danville' late poet, I went bick to my bill of instructions Tbe letter was shown to tba poatmaater or dramatic papera say the skating rink U FHr-Hitnre- , A Full RHd cotaplcto assortment Wm. Marvin. It would be will for the and learned that my name was 'Jackson, some cne ele in the office, who was asked both unheatbful and immoral. The preachetubracJngBv like work and put one at tbe L. D., sir.' Thought I'd try it agair, and to read it, he being a very poor scholar. ers charge tbe rink with keeping people erytklMg from tke Cheapest to the FJucat Parlor Suites. H men to do Tbe party reading the letter was then re- away from the prayer meeting, and the the- need ge t the large cities to make yenr purchases, uo graTe of Marvin' wife, who was one of the went back. quested to change the bogus bill or to moatpatlent women to man' tyranny. The 'What's your namt?' atrical fraternity with keeping people away what quantity or quality yen want, as can aad will duplies him to some one that could, aBd from tbe play-houpaet woufd eay ou leaving the house: Jackson, L. D.' Ruy prices yen cau obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Hhia Poat. St. the swindler generally succeeded. ChVlotte, I ehall probably be absent two 'Get out of here.' full assortment ot Coffins, Ca?cs, Shroudsaud Robes, emferao A Vermont farmer reports that be made Went back to my bill again ard found Josrph (Mo) Gazette. hours. I shall on my return, be drunk, lag all the New Styles, both cheap and expensive. Ware a profit of $243 from six hens tbe past reaand If I find you in the home on my return that I had left oiTtheeir. The husks upon which the Prodigal Son son. He sold them early in the spring and opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford. Ky. thunder." Charlotte you like I shall fb The next time I succeded, but Adam, I fed, are not, as the rtader is apt to imagine, consequently had to plant his garden only was wine enough to be away from tbe house think must hare been fired out four timcc, the husks of ma'ze, that ia of Indian corn. THE SESTr-WEEKwhen her drunken lord returned,-H- r. at feast. We bkd learned that for the first They are the fruit of the Kharub tree, end once. Somervllle Journal. ! rodsburg Democrat. three months, we were to be known as from their shape called in the Greek little "There are good and bad points about beastsand that no cadet would epaak to horns. From the popular notion that they this coffee," eald the boarder, in a judicial swraHsPa'MsaawvK!CP3sskssa9 STANIOBD, KY. "The Government Is spending S21.000,-00- 0 bull oa to turn in. us, and that we were not even allowed to were the food of John the Baptist they are tonr. "Tbe good point is that there is no a year In purchasing look at one of them. One day I happened called St. John'a bread. Dr. Thompson chicory in it, tbe bad, tbatthereisno cof to elite: dollars," eald Kepreaintatlve Buc'r WALTON. to look up at a fellow. Swelling like a'toad, describes tbcm as "fleshy pods somewhat fee in i." ner "and then Issuing certificates for this Is published every Tuesday ml Krlday at the 'Tako your Blimy eyei off like thocc of the honey locust tree from six Leea than 200 of the more than COO placte low price of money. This was not contemplated by the heexclalmeJ: to ten inches long and one broad, lined in- mentioned by the B.ble in Palestine, west e the 01 e or m; altsm. Either udvocaters of I wantel to knock him down, bjt by this side with a gelatinous substance, not whol- of Jordan, are oaid to remain unidentifwd TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR. bank note should be withdrawn time I had learned to endure insultr. There ly unpleasant to the taste when thoroughly by the Paleiline Exploration Fund etaff. from tbochculitlon or we should stop the may be pUcea more uncomfortable for be- ripe I have eeen largn orchards of the coinage of ulleer dollars for two yean. A The United States eave ita troopi ginners, but I wouldn't know where to look Kharub In Cypres, where it is still the food bill for lhi Utter purpo e will pan by a in bountle durlog the civil war, for them. Tney say that the Penitentiary which the swine do eat." -- OF ALL CL1SSE1- large uiajirlly if we can get it up in the 0 and haa paid and pledged itself for ia rough, and I suppose it is, but I warrant Farmers often desire a cement that will Houte." in pension?. you that if a Wet Point 'bcasl' were to hold substances together under water or in Noatly and Choaply Esocutod. In all Europe there Is but one priroo in awake some of thcaj mirtiifa and find The Germane now make from paper placer. As good a cement aa can be which the ytmcf abiolu eiailatlonisalill himself in a Slate's prison, he would wonder damp wished ia made as follows: Dissolve one pulp the moat dellcato wheels for watch- malntatne 1 and it Is t ot In the coun r r which how he came to be thrown into such polite pound of India ruhbsr in five gallons of ee. supported" tho Butileorthat protected tbe society." Ark insaw Travelor. coalcaphtha. Add an equal weight of TUE REV. GCO.n.THlYEB. or Bourbon, Iod In hUhly civilized InquMilon, tiiher, but hat of gum phellac, and stir over a low fire until njt: 'Both myself and wife owe our Urea to SaiSenator Btyard weara a etove-pip- e It Is the Mai-ho- i and CnrMtltniztd Blium & the latest style, a Prince Albert coat, al- thoBhcllacia thoroughly dissolved. The toh's Consumption Cure." For sale by l'cnny Cn'rsle, ut Liuvaln, and ha COO McAllslir always closely buttoned up in front, and gum shellac in naphtha or in water makea every one of whom Is as much ABE YOU MADE MISERABLE by Indlgcs appears to be affecting a Senatorial a Btronger mucilage than gum arable. The tlon, Coustlrattoo, Dlrilnen, Loss of ArpctlW, as though he were ways from the world style, Beck, of Kentucky, U probably tho addition of the India rubber makes a glue bellow feklu" ShlloU's Vitallier Is a positive alone upon one of the rocky inlands of tbe cuie. Tor sale by Penny A McAllstir. plalneit dresser In tho Sinate. lie usually that will not be affected by water. Atlantic. (till Derby hat, Back coat, weare a round Positive Cure for Piles. Tbe horrible diassvery hna been made Theolored peopli of Boston protest like thoie commonly worn by tho foreman To thepeoploofthlsoounty we would say that and popular against bolnj; kept out of the skating rinki of n manufacturing establishment, turn- that Mary Cox, a we have been given the agency ol Or. Marchlsl's That' riiihlj wa don't cee why a lady of down colhv, and a common b'ack bow. young lady, wbo lived near the mouth of Italian Pile Olntmoit emphatically guaranteed color should not have as much right to Ills boats are heavy, and fometlmea very tho Little Capon river, near Springfield, W. to cure or moaey refundod Internal, External, 60 cents Va., waa buried alive. Oa the grave being Blind, Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price land on her chignon and wave her rkatc muddy. a Vox. No cure, no piy. Tcnny A McAlIiter, opened the day after the burial her hands Druggists. in the air as a Buton belle has to tit down Whi'cl&w Held is n rociely man, and Iho and arms wero torn and bleeding, nnd the timn her ere uIaihp.. It is all a nutter 0' Daughters, Wires and Mothers. s other night ho wn Httendin a Hp3 were bitten through, and handfuls of taste- .- rFall ItWer Herald. Wc emphatically gujrontce Dr. Marchlsl's . w party at one of tho most f.ihIonable Iioukh hair were torn from her head. Tho girl a female remedy, to cure Female Diseasbaie-ne- ck When Mr. Bjecher w shown the in New York, and aa he was penciling his had come to life, and had evidently made a es, such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Dayton Steel Plows, Champion Steel Plows, Champion Sulky Plows, Lime gigfowls on exhibition at the New York name on a fair woman'a dacoa card Ulceration, Falling and dtsplacemint or bearing fearful struggle to eecape. Gale Chilled Stone Plows, Lone Star Plows, Bissell Chilled Plows, down feeling, Irregalarlttles, Barrenness, Change Fauciers' Club he remarked: "I knew this gling girl sidled up with tbe leoder inquiry. "Waa Home founded by Komet?'' icqulr of Life, Lcucorrhcea, besides many weaknesses Double Shovel eort of a thing wan allowable among "O, Mr. Keid, are you taking notis f. r a rePlows, Maysvillo Hill Sido Plows, Malta ,prlnglng from the above, like Headache, Bloatcd a pupil of the teacher. ladlte, but I was not nware that port in tho irtbuiK?" Spinal Wenkn a, SleepIcuneM, Nervous deing, Plow, Minklo Double Shovel Plow, Halls Doublo ''No, my son," replied tho wise man; bility, Palpitation of tho Heart, Ac. For sale by mich highly respectable hen? would coun Descending Into the bowcli of the euth "it wi. Juliet who waa found dead by druggists. Prices 51 and tl 50 per bottle, bcua Shovel Plows, Minkle Pony Plows, Hall'a tinaroi euch n display." it iii found that the temperature inoreasea Uimeo," to Dr. Marebtsl, Utlca, N. V., for pauipblot, free. Pony Plows, Malta Cultivators, A Mc Allstrr, Druggist. of cpmparlaon In marrying for at the mean rate of oqc degree Fahrenheit Tho pupil (aid nothing, but immediately For sale by Penny At till' rate wa wrote to the postmaster at Julie', III, for innnRY. pnlllvn, cupid; compsratlve, elu. for every fortv five feet Oil loom Nature's Wells All kinds orPIotia! Plows of nil hJ.ch! Plows piit; euperlative, cupidity. (eriaat a boiling pi'ch at n dep:h of elx full particulars. Thcklnon tbo head Is kept toft aid Hexlllo No cud to Plows! 10 rjuw, by atecretlon from tho oil glsnds, When Iheso miles, while at a depth of ttixty mila tho nil Prices! Plows irom THIS IDEA or GOINU WliST Dr. HCHANKO. . UY- -hardeit rocka known togsologifM ara in a Tlili nam Lni Lccomo 10 familiar villi lli inoit are clogged the hair dries and fills oil. Parker's :a TOR SALE to Cbloraito er Nw JUxlco, fur rro air torsIUre Hair Balsam renews their action, restores tbe tlirongliout tlio United Statu that It U of peoi-lIjntlamlitake. AnyreawnnUeman fluid or melted sla'e C6inunillon, oilglnal color to the hair and makes it soil and hardly necessary to stale that ho li thuorlslmtorcl vynW iite Pr. llomulo's Cwiigh nml Lung t") mi fr Not greasy, Sjund advice of an old morchau': 'Nev- tho greot Dr. lloaanko's Cough and Lung Sjmri gtouy. Italso eiallcates dandrutt'Delightful for a falls It omr t'msniniitlon lu nil Its nrtt notadye, dellcloinly perfumed. Wagons?, rami Wagea rirun-Myou are able to tli peopU's Cuorlto remedy, whocr kuoun, for er owe any man more than Also dealer In slngglcs, Carriages, Surrejs, Spring Thebjst ofdrejilngs. Prefertu t:lB rrlkf In all cases of CoiirUi, CnlJ, 11 iflictlons ot lady's toilet table. JfUtMnery 1'alos In tlio Chest arl all afTfttloai that ar superior Hartctluir3InchlnesfriautcM, and allow no man to ovo you more Coiifiln. fold. Ci'iitumptlou and and alt kluds of pay, Harrows able toall similar articles bsoame of Its Iho Throat and Lungs. Trlco CO cents and SLOtX ciuidnrwl rrlmary to Coaiumitln Price, COitnt cleanliness aud purity. than you are ab'e to locce." Sold lr McTtoberts X 6twt. an 51.IW. Sotil Iiy Stcllobcrts Jt 8t;e. Stmi-WteHfilnttriorlou- M'ROBERTS&STAGG - Opera House Block, Stanford, Kjr. e al ut uowrtt-tBiirwtf- rlr I have received and am still receiving 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 BOURNE! n B tttr.fire UNDERTAKER, ef WSlllS. I Dealeir in matter ss. a LY Interior Journal W. P. ProV. bl-m- two-doll- $300,-000,00- 0 3T03S 7lTORK. $000,-000,00- PLOWS! PLOWS! iro-late- d welt-kno- wn full-dree- sjyiLw. fanh-iunab- ltfct at y.ou stg. GEO. 1. WEKEai, Agt. 1 f niter... Muon, Jonathan, 8) acre Judge Joseph Fanning, of Elliott coun- Montgomery, WcoJon, 23 on on McKln-si- y aerts kllled'by cars in Car160 Carolina in the days of reconstruction, and ty, wa run over and Branch, 'U and '81... ........ ......... CO UiMtr, Ja'rn a, 50 acre on Qrten lUrer who' cut such fantastic tricks with a full ter couuly,iKy. The prohibitory Hqurr amendment be- Matthiwi, Martha. 10 tcrca nr Maion'i dap- - 2 23 Treasury as to leivo itempty, was State Norton, Wm , Ct acres on Qreen Rlter this week ssatenced to the Hoqse of Cor. fore tho West Virginia House of Delegates OMIum, Itcbccca, lot at MlllcJerlllo ... 2 60 defeated, the necessary rectlon at Boston for sleallug $31 This is was virtually Kut'ell, J. It. (Dot) 70 tern near I. Shrlbr falling. lao.l 8 SO not the first sentence that hti bsen pissed 1 8.1 Twelve hundred men were thrown out lUlej, Dariut. 30 acres knob land on this distinguished criminal, but it seems Smith, Thoniu J., 10 acres on Orceu Utter... 2 70 the inny of clrcitnittoas that he should of employment by the shutting down of Scarbiougb, Alien, 131 icrea on Green litter 2 03 cscap j panlshment for the theft of thou tho Victoria Iron mines and furnace, near SlaJe, Chat. K., lot at McKlnnej ... ... 4 40 Lynchburg, Vs. Slratton, Wm, acres on Neata Creek sands and then suffer for stealing such pit Ex Senator McDonald, speaking of Smith, Joseph Mc. 83 acrra near 1U1U (lap. 7CJ Would kindly oak your nttontion to tho fact that thoy havo jnst returned try sums as he has ben able to gat bold of for the last few years. The mills of .the tho new Cabinet, said ho was content to al- Terhuoe, James P , housed lot at Moreland 2 70 from tho cities with a largo, fresh nud woll soloctod stock of Terhun, John A., hoiuo A lot at MoreUnd. 3 15 irods are sild to have a peculiarity .of low theoffice to eeek him; he would not go Tcrhune W. 11., houtoaml lot at MortlaniU 2 W grinding slowly, but they grind very flae after it, and did not desire it. Wttberson, Ltiaiui, bouse and lot at Mil- S 83 IcJgoTllle...... Mrs. Nancy Cass Wilraore has just and they seem to be doing their work well died in Wilmington, III , at the unusual Wright, Saaan, home A lot at Hiutontllle... 10 00 in tho case in point. 3 40 Endless in variety, dainty in quality, and satisfactory in prices, this wo guarWebb, Kllaa, 50 acrta near I. Sholbr,.,-age of 116. Her father, Simuel Cass, Wa;goncr, Thos., 42 acres on (1 recti litter... . 2 10 antee. The fact that the Kentucky delegation Onr aim thai! bo at all times to Bupply every want in our lino. Ky. lived at Shakertown, ' .. 2 01 " Wllcher,aeo.W.,40 in Congress has decided to hold a meeting " ' " ...- - 2 J3 Wllsher.Jas. W.,61 DANVILLE. BOYLE CoWlY. and settle br unit rule who shall be given IB ... WAlli.John A., 1 offices in the State, meets with the Federal 1C 33 Mr. E E. Shlndlebower and Miss Mat- - Weill, J. 13. A Co , hole I.V lot at McKtuner Consists of tho standard brands of Europe and Amorica. Our largo line 1ID1CKJ, HO. 1. condemnation everywhere. It Is delegattio Nash were married Wednesday evening Alcorn, Clark, house and lot at Tumerstlllo 2 23 of cooking stoves includes tho justly celebrated "Great Western Raaorvo" and ing to themselves authority which does at the residence of the bride's parents on Drawn, Uawklni, houteand lot at Mtlledgo- many other fatuity favorites. not belong to them and we beliove they 83 TlllO ...M.MM.........M.............n.......M.M. 21 street. will abandon the caucus business when 1 33 OUR CHINA, GLASS, AND QUEENSWARE 8TOUK consists in part Nelson Page McGinnis and Joeepbene Dalle), Charles, lot on Hanging Koi'k........... 3 S3 Burton, John, 9 acres at Tiuneratille they learn how unpopular the dodge is at of Table, Tea and Chamber Sets comploto, Glawwaro richly cut and etched. Nave ob'.ained license to marrv on the .Burton, Phillip, 3 acrta on McKtnnej'a B. home. 40 In tho way ot BreadstufJs wo name Buckwheat flour, tho queen of all tribes. lC:h, inst. Also Wm. Tyne and Eunice . Branch Bailer, Geo-- home and lot at lluitontllle... 2 43 Our celebrated "G. M." patent flour unrivalled for cako and pastry, whilo Armstrong. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Thomas (Doc) Moorfield, whose illcoss Beazlej, John, V0 acres near Bony tllle... 2 00 Rico and Hominy, our own patiotic products, aro arrayed as faithful adjuncts. "Soudan" ia an Arabic word meaning Clojd, Wilier, 5 acres near Jaaper'a ilore.... 1 03 was referred to In a recent Isaae of the In- Cord, John, Sr , 10 acres on McKlnnei'i All tho delicacies in foreign and domestic confectious aro hero. "Country ot the Blacks." evening 1 0 Journal, died Tuesday .. Ir3DCll. Mrs. Laura Allen, wife of Col. R. terior Tiu, Stout?, Wooden aud Willowwarc, Electric lamps, Stationery, Cannod Several Clojd, Jos, 2 acres on McKlnnoj'i Ilratcb... . 1 23 and was buried Wednefday. D. Allen, of the Kentucky Military Insti3 Moats nud Fruits, and a comploto lino of Cigars and Tobaccos. Well this is young men who did what they could for Caldwell, t'ph 6 acre near Moreland T 13 acres on Hanging Fork Craig. Charlotte, tute, died Tuesday. oniy n hint of what wo havo. him during his illnes, accompanied the re- Dunn, Richard, houie and lot near Mllledge- 040 of the large Government maga- mains to the cemetery and saw them put 3 23 ....- Tllle, 'S3 and '34 Believing that we can mako it to your interest, wo confidently ask an exzines at Gibraltar exploded. Seventeen 23 away. No religious services were held, as Oltent, Allen, 3 acres near Mllledgettlle..... amination of our goods anp your patronage, persons were killed. C3 no preacher was present and the young Orcen, Vina, bouse and lot al lluitontllle.. TAYLOR BROS. Respectfully, 10 which bet The Hocking.ValleylBtrike, Good, Oattdaon, 40 acrea knob land men referred to did not understand such Gltcns, Tolbe-1- , home and lot at Stanford, gan last April, has about terminated by the 43 matters. 63 and 31 miners returning to work. .............-"- . S S3 The marriage of Miss Ella 0. Thomas Gentry. IiaMnds, house and lot at Stanford The cashier of the Bank nt Uellville, 40 " " " " Mr. J. J. Norton, of Louisville, took Gentrr. 11., lira Vj 0., has absconded with $75,000 and the in to Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock at the Harlan, John, 2 acres near Mori land place Ilcxktr. Urecn. 8 acres at Tutneratllltf ......... 2 a. stitution has closed, with the sheriff in CT1 residence of tbe bride's father, Mr. J H. Houston, Wm., I acrta knob lnil......... possession. 1 50 . Thomas. Rev. P. T. Hale, of the Baptist Hill, Jordan, lot al Honjtllle Al- M03E3, the carpet Green 2 TO big Governor of South . jfari-gBteUginleriorgonn- 1 The New Groceries and Hardware House of Staatord, Ky., Fobrtmry 20, 1885 . two-thir- W. P. WALTON. As 8AD & atory as can be conceived comes Near the cllj lived a irom Knoxvlllc. with a lotlng wife and farmer beautiful daughter whom they Idolized. Their home was a little heaven, for love la Leaven and heavenla love. Bat a terpent In huauirl form enters that little Eden and ell-to-do TAYLOR BROS. CO 1 CO fangs havo left death and misery in it. B hin artful manners and form-erall- y ioneTed words he succeeded In wooing and wkBing that innocent and loving daughter wTiowas just a little past 10. iruaiin 1 htaa Imp'.icitlr and blinded by her Intense affection, she yielded in an evil moment to and entrusted her priceless hi keeping. Instead of rewarding jewel to his 1 feer innocence and love with a life time of devotion, the fiend Incarnate with a of his lusts, grew caralesj and finally deserted her altotether. The poor , abandoned, wwing creature, disgraced and felt her condition most keenly and a deep melancholy reltled upon her. Last week ifcc remit of fcer sin was made manifest by 1 tie b'rth of a child and in four days the . 1 young mother, but no wifr, lay a corpse, fcerrfetth having retulted directly from a .broken heart. The dlegrscoof his daugh1 ter drove her father crary and he is now a wing meniac, while her mother is not expected to live. Tho heartless scoundrel Kto hs caused all this suflering, where is ,he? Fleeing to save his worthless life from 1 rthcwriU ol the infuriated neighbors, who hatTbecouie cognizint of his acts. If he 1 Jim a conscience surely remorse must drive A San Francisco court, gave kirn to the cowkidV death by his own band 113 church, was the officiating minister. Miss Jones, Isaac, bouae and lot near McKlnoer- - 1 40 DEALER IX- house and lot at BUaiord... ho ucce2ds in escaping the vengeance of thea Hill a verdict against Senator Sharon if groom's sister, and Mr. Kentedr. Willis, Bowering and that of $2,500 a month alimony and $55,000 Annie Norton, the and lot at Turners. Lewis, Garland, lioim Hardware, Ilorao NIiocm, GroccrlCH, moh. His name is . James Norton, his brother, accompanied .. i so Tllle ........ . .. A'hIIh, QitcctiHtrarc, IStiRgy of the bright young Hie that ho took, for lawyer fees. Irou, 2 to and were present at Lacker, Wm., house and lot at Stanford. O'Djnoran Rows, did not appear to him from Louisville HnrncHft, he is a murderer, was'Miss Lucy Johnson ; Cano Irllllx, UtiRKV Vs'heclM, Stovers, G. M. Cre-sa- p McCormack, Green, bouse atd lot near Mil- the marriage, as were also Mrs. testify against his assailant, Mrs. Dudley. - 1 10 GratCH, KnoatCM, lelitllla,-...- .. Cider HUlMf )Li Cover, "...and Mr. Samuel Thomas, of Elixibeth-tow- McRobertr, Matllds, house and lot on HangAsd now the announcement is made She was held in band) of $3,009 for the ac IMiux, Cerii Slicllcru, Nteneware, 1 30 and Mr. James B.Thomas, of Springthat Sam W. Small, or as he is more famil tion ing fork, 'SI and '81 of the grand jury. 1 Ct nd Moran, Coffer i bouse and lot In Stanford '0!d SI." has renounoed the :.'rr Mo. About fifty other relatives The bill to place Gen. Grant on the re- field, a 00 Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Wooden and , world, tho llesb, tho rum and the devil and friends were present. The bride was the Biff-- Henrr, bouse and lot In llititonTllle tired list of the army was beaten in the Held, Aaron, 3 acrta on McK loner's Branch 1 J0 Cast I'umpi, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tia Rootcoco into study for the Episcopal minis recipient of many elegant presents from Roe, Battle, 10 acres at Honjtllle-.- .. (0 u the House by a vote of 15S to 104; not two ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. be true and "Old Si" does 1 00 try. If this distant and home friends. Immediately Scott, Wm, 41 acres near MorelanJ rvfnrtn. there will be a ere it deal of thirds voting in the affirmative. left for Shears, Frank, 1 acres on McKlnuer'a Br'ch 1 10 Salesmen J JoUn Brtght,jr. Mr. and Mrs. Norton Er Senator Thurman, referring to the after dinner in Louisville Sims, Thos., W acres near Mason's Gap ........ 2 10 good whisky left for Eomebody else to their home 1 20 report that ho is a hard drinker, eaid he Tombs, Ira, lot at MllleJg Last summer while his mind was The marriage of Margaret Shackelford Tucker, Lewis, house and 'tllle............. 1 40 lot at etanfjrd bv frequent potations, he got had of late quit drinking altogether, not Rowland, daughter of S. V. Bowland, Eq , Vandeteer, Jas, 5 acrra knob land confused even drinking wine at dinner. ....... mixed at Junction City and Instead of tak White, of Richmond, Williams. Alice, lot In Hustonvllto In the contested election case of to Mr. Stephen Bites Presbyterian church Williams, Louisa. " ' the Inn fur Indianapolis, whither he place at the First ins . Broad bead v. McLane, of Missouri, the took 2 40 Wednesday night. The Weather ford, Willis, raa bound, be boarded the one coming 1 10 Welch, James, lot on McKInns'a Braocn... report of the House Committee is in favor at S:30 o'clock South, and when tho conductor found that bride's dress was an elegant white satin Walker, Tho, lot on McKlnncj's Branch... 1 10 of Broidhead (Dem.) tho contestant. I 83 bia paea read the other way, be kindly put traine, and worn oyer a Warren, Sidney. 2 acres near Benytllli? Wm. M. Massey, teller of princess, made en Hurras, no.. him off here. Then as if detailed to get a velvet skirt trimmed in duchess lace. DSULXaS lit has white the Bink of Commerce, 8 W 32 en Adams, l ier.ut of the bir keeper's views on pleaded guilty of forging aBaltimore,check. The bridesmaids were dressed in white Adams, Joel II., St.,acresacrs Cedar Creek 63 on Cedar Creek 52 Wilson, $5,000 carrying in her Eridj, Nicholas, lot at Ulehmond Junction 2 10 Drugs, Books, Stationery and current questions, tho Grit thing he did He was sentenced to 5 years in the Mary- muslin and lace, each one was to interview one and in a short time 10 23 of natural flowers. The Blackerbr, T. W.,61 acn son Dlx Biter hand a bouquet Fancy Articles. land penitentiary. 01d Si" was sleeping the sleep of him who groom and gentlemen attendants wore the Ball's, J.J and John, be In, 181 acres cm Gen. Wolseley telegraphs that Gen. 7 30 Green Rlter, '82, '3) and 'HI.... Pl)7i4ana' rrfsxrlptloos accurately roupoucded. bridesmaid were tarries long at at the wine cup. After- Gordon was killed 1 00 Also Collins, J. It., 2 acres knob land at Khartoum January conventional black. The vSv. words he called on us and we found him White, Richmond; Fuleri Andrew B , 51 acres near Crab Orchthe groom's sister, Mi fellow In the 2G by a volley from rebel riflemen while on Louu-- ; Miss Elizi Fox, the most companionable 3 63 ard the war from his headquarters to the Aus- Miss Rowland, St. world, his bright mind reemingly not the Mt. Sterling; Miss Eogleman and Miss Bet Graham, M. and wife, 120 acrea near a 0.. - 11 3 i nvt1 bv his debauch. 'With the tralian Consulate.not think any the less of tie Craig, Danville. The gentlemen atten- Uoltzclaw, W. J.,- bouso and lot at Preach- 1 70 The Largest Stock of Watches, Olooks, People will irsrllle vxception of his fondness for drink, which Jewelry and Silverware dants were Messrs. J. Lewis Booker, James McDonald, Wash, 13 acres on Hanging Fork. 5 50 for hia own good, Senator Garland because he is a "mother's P. Kelley, W. G. Octerloony, of Louisville, Roberts, James T., 233 acrta on Dlx Rlter.... 8 40 he indulges too frequently boy," although fifty-thre- e years old. The Kter bought to this market Price Lower than 9 SO Mr.Small is without vices and if he can and J. B. Walker, of Vaughn, Kancr E., 80 acres on Dlx Rlter tbe Lownt. Walehtt, Clocks and Jewelry ReSenator has lost his wife and ho clings to and D. B. Shackleford paired on ahott notice and Warranted. up this besetting sin we don't see why entered Withers, Julia A., 17Catr a on Dlx Rlter.... 31 I) give Richmond. As the bridal party bis mother and she to him as if he still IILACXS, MO. 2. be can not preach as good aa the beet of lacked the half century of his existence. church excellent and appropriand left the 53 Abrahams, Sarah, C acrea on Ball Illl!s...... Ye are unable to state it as a fact, ifeon. p. ate music was rendered by Mrs. Herbert Burdett. Joseph, 2 acres on Dlx Rlter ......... 2 00 If. C. IIKIGHT. i.v. Three thousand unemployed people McUoodwin and Mr. Speed Fry, Jr. The Blakelr, Wm., houie and Jot In Maxtllle, bnt we would not be surprised if Mrs. At- paraded the streets of London Monday. 2 83 in 9S Small'a notice to every bridal presents were numerous and costly Brlggs, atOll OSMtSWSInSSMWSSIItSMSHISHtHltlHtHIM In '63 and '81.... 1 13 lanta cot to sell her huiband any intoxi-atic- g They stopped in front of the official resi- but your correspondent was unable to ob- Butcher,Ktnllr, lot " Stanford, 1 80 "" Matilda, whatever under pain of dence of Gladstone andjhowled and hissed tain a list of them. 2 00 Baughman, Elijah," " 63 fRcecculion, had something to do with inyectivei agalns; the Government. The In the Circuit Court the folio wing busi- Dawson, May. lot en Dlx illter ....,....... sime day there was a riot in Paris rafted ness had been transacted since Monday noon: Gardner, Jerry. 7 acres on Dlx Rlter............ 1 C3 taming his mind roligiouwafd. Hamner, Jamea, 8 acrea near Stanford.,.... 2 li by the Socialists. Geo. Sampson, merchandising liquors, ver- Uocker, Lewis, lot In Stanford, 'S3 and '83.... CSS Tin: Louisville Commercial is a tip-toMaurice Wendell, Secretary and TreasIn .. 1 03 paper every day in the week, but ou Sun-da- urer of the Aurora Watch Company at Chi dict of guilty and motion to set aside judg- Wallace, Thomas, lot In Stanford -Wallace, Utlna, lot IN- Stanford ... 8) fairly out shines them all. Doubled cago, has used $200,000 of the company's ment. Handman, 5 cases for following usuit no. 3. Sunday; demurrer sustain- AUen, C. M., 310 uiiitxs, iaaixeandwitha variety and quality of money within a year. When charged with al avocation on acres knob land. ......... 2 0 ed to Nos. 2 and 1; trial and verdict of not Adams, Zacbarlab, SO 1 33 jaalter not excelled by any paper, it is her admitted the truth of the charge, ask it 70 of excellence and cheap, ed them what they proposed to do about it guilty as to No. 1. J. K.'Vanersdall, mer- Andrew, Susac, 82 acres.. a marvel 83 Adams, II, 8 , 50 acres .... the price remaining the eame an on and said he went Into the company for the chandising liquor, judgment for $C0. H. Ball, fJeorgt W., 181 acres new, 5 73 W. Evans, A. 8. McGrorty and H. E. Sam- Bullock, Wm., 4 acres..... managers other days, two cents. The new 2 CO purpose of speculating on the money of the uel, merchandising liquon judgment for Brrant's. America, heirs, 100 acres.......;...... : 10 ro striving bard to make the paper eecond stockholders. 4 73 in one case against each; several other Eaugh, John, 128 acres, 'S3 and '84 io sooe In the conntry awl they are Mr. Djrsheimer introduced a bill in $20 prosccutlans against each dismissed. Jerry Bastln's, Juda, heirs, 135 acres, 'S3 and '81... 2 33 admirably. the house Tuesday to regulate the coinage - AND 70 Brlttaln's, Imlaa, helra, 40 acres Owens, 3 cases for retailing liquor, judg Chlnn, Uabrlel T., 23 acrea C5 average beneficiary of a pardon Is and promote the circulation of gold and Tnz ment for $20 in each. Ort en Murphy, for Corn, Wm. T., 9) acres...... 4 30 abeut s deserving as the young rascal, silver equally. It provides for the issue of nication, motion to set aside default judg- Cater, Richard, town lot at South Fork. 1 50 Billy McClure, who stabbed James Gard-acr- treasury notes, payable on demand either ment sustained; trial and verdict of not DeLancr, Jermlma, 250 acres, '63 and '81 3 60 in silver dollars or bars at the rate of 480 " " "Litchfield, because he asked him 2 25 , 150 aerea, guilty; judgments returned to grand jury, DeLaner, Jamee " IN act to hurt bis dog; and then ran the tele- grains to the dollar; for the deposit of coin four cases against W. E. Grubbs for stand- DeLaner, Catherine,49100 acres," Wm. J, 2 20 acrea...... CONSISTING OF graph operator out of his office. If Gov. or bullion for which notes shall be given, ing a gentleman cow without license. Clay DeLaner. 3 70 Dennr , Balllnger, 100 acres, '33 and '8 "Knott had let this candidate for the gal. redeemable in like material; for the free Smith, malicious shooting and wounding. Clrittln, Hlraru, 8 acres 1 CO 1 80 lews suffer the penalty he fully deserved coinage of tho gold and silver product of Ben Durham, eame charge. Leslie Sharp, (JuUneau, Geo. 153 acres 1 S3 (Jeorge W., .. for a former crime, these further exploits of the United States. No foreign silver shall murder. Commonwealth vs Arch Denny Horton, James 8., 6035 acres.... acrea Horton, 2 43 desperado could not have been be admitted to the United States without the young 2 00 paying the highest rate of duty imposed on for retailing whisky, appeal from police Hobble, Milton I., CO acres, '83 and '81 saade. 2 00 court, trial and a verdict of not guilty Hutchison, John W., 47 acre manufactured silver. 2 S3 Hutchison, Wm., 100 seres.. Judge Owsley returned from Perry county Hutchison, Robert, 19 acres Oke Haves, who for four years usurped Jim Young, of the notorious family of 2,83 President of the United States, 13 brothers, who hays sitting as Harris, Wm. II,, 60 acres the office of 145 made the record of Wednesday, where he had been 2 15 oa the strength of an 8x10 Commission, is Bed Lick in Madison a most bloody one, special judge, and took his place on the Harris, John S., 30 acres 3 85 advocating the idea of pensioning all the has at last besn arrested to the bench. Trial of Cary Smith set for Harris, (ieo. W 150 acres AT ALI, TIMES A FCIsL LIKE OF answer numer2 60 Presidents by the Government, whereat a ous Indictments. His brothers, Cyrus and 15th day of term, that of Leslie Shaap Horton, Henry F., 73 acrea 1 10 Johnson, Assencth, 26 acres Pennsylvania paper remarks that there are Henry Young, were waylaid and killed for 19th day and Ben Durham for the 7th James, Luclnda,2acr(s, '62, 'S3 aud '81 53 33 a great many people who ad vacate tho idea about a year ago. George is down with a day. In the prosecutions Nos. 1 and 2 Jackson's, Tbomis, helra 4? acrea 1 60 that the Government ought always to be wound in the hip, Tom is lying at the point against Danville and Hustonville Turnpike Leach, Andrew J.. 1 acre A 93 1 30 aare that it pays the President's salary to of death with pneumonia, Jim is in jail Co., charged with collecting toll from per Lane, Jacob M. 131Eon, acres 3 20 acres Mitchell, John, President. going to and returning from mill, de Minks, Wm., 177 acre the leaving eight of the brothers free. "Babe" eons 4 93 disMartin, Davidson, 14 acres 2 03 question as to Senator Bayard's the youngest of the family, killed his man murrers sustained and prosecutions The Same, agent, 80 acres 23 missed for lack of jurisdiction. qualifications in the art cusine and his a few weeks ago In cold blood. His examHorrls, Wm R., 1 town lot at King's Mounlarrap!n so as to make it ining trial took place before a Magistrate's tain 2 73 ability to do up a Oabs, Jermlma, 123 acres 1 83 palatable, is now being discussed Court in his own stronghold, and he was, peculiarly 3 (0 Prltitt, Samuel, 32 acres, '83 and '81 connection with his probable call to the of course, acquitted, the jury being afraid ia Powerr, MahulJa, 13) ceres," " 2 20 to render any other verdict. " ReycolJa,W. K., 100 acres, " 3 00 Cabinet. Ab tho gentleman Is named for The invitition to the Inauguration LAND 1 35 Rogera, John, Sr., 100 acres, '32 and '24 Secretary of BMa and not a member of the Swltney, Samuel, 113 acres, '63 and '81 4 40 we rise to remark that Ball is deserving of special mention. It Kitchen Cabinot, " 170 was designed by an artist of Washington Ou Sloiitltiy, March 2d, 1SS5, Smith, Elizabeth, 90 acrea " 118 acrea tho discussion Ib out of order. 2 00 and the engraving was executed at the Bu- I will sell tbe following rror.trtr for State and Sberon, John A., acres 80 Sutton, Mary, 100 dog's It h eaid that a diet of case ofmeat will reau of Engraving and Printing by Mr. Countr Taxes duo mo as Sheriff ol Lincoln Co. Sutton, Famuel. 70 acrea 90 Bright' Lorenzo Sargent, Polly, 53 acres 90 care the meet obstinate Hatch, who is recognized as an arwhites, no. 1. 5 CO Stephens, Nicholas B., 5 acres 2 05 disease. A St. Louis man has tested it tist of high rank, and particularly as a Cooler, Wm. 16 acres on Neals Creok 10 10 Upthrgrove, Ellsba, 230 acres 2 80 -- lib the moet Gratifying results, but hfs portrait engraver. He has displayed ex- Dije, W. S. 9 acres or lluitontllle 1 25 " " - 6 20 Yaugbt, Francis M,, 8 acres copper lined and could retain cellent taste in giving to the three femin- - Drre, S. O. 8 " Teter Vandlrecr utormcwsH 3 35 Warren, Tetcr, 51 acre 2 10 Fox, Dan B. 50 will most ine figures pleasing expression aaything. The average sufferer 2 85 of counte- Faulkner, Emanuel, 73 acres knob land ... ... 1 3) Wagoner, Joseph, 50 acres 1 40 lively regard the remedy aa worse than the nance SB well as graceful proportions. The Foster, William, CO acres near Moreland...... 3 50 Watson, John B,, 20 acres l 33 Good, Geo. A., 25 acres near Hustonville...... 6 20 Wheeldon's, Wm., heirs, 81 acres shy of a trial or 11. portraits of both Cleveland and Hendricks rfiseaes and fight All the above goods have been bought very Low and C2 acres knob land, 'S3 A'8 3 33 Weaber, Wm. It., 133 acres, 'S3 and '84 3 60 are perfect likenesses. The Capitol, White Gibson, Jackson, In Mllledgetllle, '81 & '81 4 40 Yowell, Samuel, 63 acres, '63 and '81 75 Gresham, B. D.,lot seems to bo settled that Neal, the last 2 05 Colli cr, Stephen, 108 acres, '$ 2 70 will bo sold of House and Monument are grouped in Haley, Dayld E., 0 acres near Moreland the smallest possible marign. We reof tbo Aihland ravisbera and murdereia 1 70 11LACKS, ko. 3. penalty their respective positions in commanding Harris, W. H., lot In Mllledgetllle young girls, will pay the 1 10 iaaoccat McMulIen, Logan, 2 acres. Inyart, Den F., 60 acres on Green River, '(2 spectfully ask an inspection and invite competition, Prices Jut-ti- cs view, and on either side of the President Mitchell, Thomas, 10 acres, '63 and '81 1 1 . 3 65 as hifl lifo can, next Friday. '83 and '84 and Vice President the American flag is Jones, Mrs. Sallr, lot at Moreland 2 15 MlUer, George, 5 acres, '63 and '81 60 slow in his case, but h beea mighty BKIGHT & 0UERAN. 2 25 suspended. u. .v. .uij.yj;x'fjijt ancr ift and goods guaranteed. Kinder, William, 70 ceres knob lnnd . .: at liand now. i f"- it seems 10 He wv WapoieonoUB i . tBnp-fti.nlgrat-.ificati- oo I -- GMee Family &?! Our Hardware and Focliot Cutlery W. H. HICGINS, Saddle, Whip, Collar, .... n, re-w- Im-W- x. mm & M'AK mm PHARMACISTS, iff Ny JEWELERS. ing epj-eia- ..... j. cm tit. bar-keer- er BRIGH T ya k CURRAN, IMPLEMENTS. DEAXERS in-de- icnu,.,...,. Groceries, Hardware, Queensware FARMING -- at 1 Furst and Bradley Sulky Plows, South Bend and Hamilton per Turning Plows. Clip- siiEKirjF'ft sax:e FOR TAXES! Mitchell and "Old Hickory'' Wagons. Our Carriage department will be full and complete with the best makes of Carriages, Buggies, Surreys, Phaetons, Jayguar Wagons, Buckboards. Walter A. Wood Harvesting Machines. at Wo also have a largo Lino of Walking and liming uiuxivators. solo Agents for It a l. .). , Sti-SJltthl- B j- OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. 3nttrrarwnI Ky - SUaford. February 20, 1885 t; a. local Mall train ' m Bolna-Norlh- rwww, ,1...... .12 43 , Kxpret strain" Mouth.,..,.,... (South.,...,.... r u, Norn. 2 30 A M The shots li tabulated on ataodard Mtn. Solar last about SO rolnutoa tuttr LOCAL NOTICES. Buy jour school books from Penny A McAllstrr. LANtmniiV Garden 8icd, fresh anil o at Penny & McAllsler's. Watches and Jewelry repaired on short noUco and warranted by Penny A McAHs-te- r. gen-uln- A coMiurrr stock of Jewelry, latest style, llockford watches a specialty. Ten. ny.& McAlister. Farmers, Head Tjiii! Go to Dr M. L. ltanrne'a drug store and get one package of tjatu A. Clark' Hog IJemedy. If you are not satisfied after using It your money will be refunded. PERSONAL V Mn. I 8. Tsvig U bicV from hi Kan-a- i ranclu Davm Klass lita returned from a trip to Louisville. Mm K. C Hiuour went to Danville yesterday to visit relative). Mn U. F Eciianks baa suffered stroke of pars lysis and is not expected to live. Mw. J, B irioot.sj, who hit been at the point of death with dropsy, was a little better yesterday. Mn. J E It van, a thriving merchant, of Charleston, W. Vs., has bjen on a visit to his brother George V Han, at Huston-villbur-loe- Bee Woodson at the Rink to night and E. L. JoKrs, of Whitley, has been indict- die. ed In the U. S. Court for manipulating My atoro is full of groceries of every de- mail contracts and as the cast appears he scription nnd must be sold. Bargains can is apt to go up. be had by bringing the cash. 8 S MyFi'EAKtxo -- Mr. W.F. McCiary will ad- ers. dress tho people of Lincoln at tho Court Wb havo lakon the Agnicr for the ,K'na House March county court day at 1 r m. He Invites his competitors to be present and Powder acd aro prepared to mako blowing up stumps. Bright & divide time. on na Curran. Richmond is a local option town and is One of (ho candidates for the Legisla- just now passing through the same experture passed through town yesterday riding ience of Danville, which has a simitar law. on a meal sack a la. Henry Clay. He evi- A detective employed by the authorities has found that nearly every man in town dently wants to start right sells whisky and warrants to the number SiiEitirr Menefee took an invoice of of 40 havo been issued. W G. Green's stock and found it to be MARRIAGES. worth a little oer ff.lOO. Orcen is said to have lit out with his family. Yesterday at tbe residehce of Mr. WilI am dally receiving a splendid nssort-me- lis O Padget, his diughter, Miss Mary cf Spring suitings, which I would he V , was unite! in marriage to David nicks, glad to have my customer and the public all of the Waynesburc neighborhood. Mr. John H. Rsney, a worthy young call and examine. H 0. Rupley, The farmer, and MIm Mary S. Underwood, tbe Tailor. comely daughter of Robt. Underwood, were Theiie were eighteen drummer In town married Wednesday, and at night a recepat oae time Wednesday and it was a rather tion was given them by Mrs. Rsney, mothbad day, too. There certainly ought to bo er of the groom. a revival of trade if these fellows' Jaws are RELIGIOUS. worth an j thine. tstl-mates i nt day. Lancaster. Next Monday will be county counrt ss in-oth- er It is Mid that "Star of Bethlehem," the same which guided the wise men to where the infant Jesus lay iu a manger, can bo seen at 3 a m., now. In a few weeks it will disappear and be seen no more for 300 years, of the & Chisapeako Nashville rallrcad will be glad to know the enterprise is not dead nor yet sleeping. The engineers are hard at work and when Isat heard of Cap!. Spradlin had reached Columbia with them. well-wishe- "ei tho .Him day. of The Lenten season began Wednes The e. Mm. Daniel Srxuo, Sn, suffered a paralytic stroke Tuesday which was at first thought to be very serious, but she had considerably improved yesterday, Thomas W. Vak.von will leave in the morning for Washington lo be present at the Inauguration and get In a good rJ for his son Wallace for Assistant District Attorney. Mn. Q. M. NcsstLLEV, who formerly lived here bat niou recently In Fayette, write u to change his piper to Honey Grove, Texss, to which place- he was n route with his family. Mn. Moses Colli en nod his sister, Mrs. llwdr, rcturnoi yesterday from a vill to their brother, Mr. W. L. Cjlller, at Dalton City, III. They report that travel is greatly retarded by snow io that Sta'e. Jt-IXJ- SnrniFP Menehee collected on execution sent from Bell county, yesterday, a debt sgainit one Mr. Green for $20 13. It had been running eleven years and six months p' 10 per cent, interost, which amounted to 530.00 or Jl more than tho principal and tho costs were $10, total $& 22, or$ 10 00 more than the original debt. " - A New Coal Yaiiu is biing opened by Geo. D. Wearen on the old Christian church lot. He is agent for the Livingston Cjs.1 Co, formerly known as the Gooden Mined, which la superior to any coal on the Knoxville Branch railroad. Lsave your order at his hiiinesa house on Main street and you will get the best coal on the market. I M Tnc Democratic County Committee will f i meet at this office on the afternoon of next county court dty to fir (ho time and manOLD pipers 23 cents a hundred at this ner of selecting a candldst fir the Legisoffice. lature, The time will probably Im fixed Aiholutkcy pure maple syrup nt Bright for early in April. There are already ACurrtn'o. three candidates for the office, two farmers, Fon Kkkt. Two desirable dwelling J. 11 Miller and W. F. McClary, nnd one houses at Richmond Junction. Huff Dad-den- doctor, J. F. I'etlus, and mill we hear that there aro more to folio. LOCAL MATTERS. 1 want to rent 40 or land, - i- - for further particular! of which see Jim ii Fon cousbs, oolds, Ac., un Comp. Srup Btiley, who bought him, was tried Wed LAND. STOCK AND CROP of White Pine, in 23 and 50c bottle. Pre- nesday for petty larceny end given 30 days on the rock pile. He stole a shovel and a Finejsck, 9 years old, for sale. W. pared by Mclloberti & BUgg. Ml IIHllflMI pick from Dr. Carpenter, not lo work with, H.Btleon, Stanford. II. J. Dakst offers for pale 2 building for EJ. like the lilies neither toils, nor does R, E Barrow sold the lot of shoals lot, 00x132 feet, between Stanford and he spin, but to sell, which he had already advertieed in our last issue to W. IT. MurRowland, well located and accessible. " done. Bam Embrv, who was supposed to phy at 1 cents. The weather has been terrible on young While Will Hiughmin was riding out be his partner In guilt was discharged. lamb.'. Several breeders in this vicinity of town, Tuesday, his horse fell and catchWho Killed The Louis ing him under him, hurt him considerable, ville Stmts of Tuesday contains an article have had a great many to freczs to death. J. W. Bell, of Shelby ville, has gone to but not dangerously. under the above beading copied from the Holland for another lot of Holstein cattle. Are You Tired of Being Sick ? Ma ncii 0 is the last day for filing suits Current In which one S. 6tover claims to His last importation proved to be a superi We want to uy a word to the men, rconien and for the next term of the Circuit Court fully settle the question In favor of Col. R. or lot. girls who work la store, offices and factories which begins on the 10th. The prospect Is M. Johnson, his information having been W. 8. Talhott returned from Atlanta, There are hundreds ol thousands of you In, the obtained directly from an Indian Chief last week. He reported snow four inches country. Very few ot you aro welt. You are shut that It will be a very dull cour t. named Shabbona, who related the Incidents deep there and mules from $10 to $12 off. up too much tad exerclsa too little, tn this way A son of Jerry Wade fell on the elick and thirty years after the you get sick. Yourbloxlls bad, your digestion battle of tbo Paris News. street Yesterday while curying a couple of Thames recognized the Col. aa poor, your bead often acbei, yoa don't feel like the man The large tobacco and stock barn of J. work. Your liter, itomach and kidneys are out bucket of water and lay for h ours in an who fired the fatal shot. This story, how- C. A. King, five miles north of Flemings of order. Parket'a Tonic hai cured hundreds of unconscious condition, He is probably in- ever, is by no means conclusive to the very burg, was destroyed by fire. The loss is such cues. It Is purt,sure and pleasant. jured Internally. old men of this section, who are satisfied about $4,000, without insurance. "Bough on Rats" clears out ras snd mice. ISc. The Crab Orchard Dramatic Company that the honor of ending the life of the Smith, of Tennessee, bought of E. P. "Bough on Corns" for Corns and Bunions. Ifc. yesterday where warring old chief belongs to David pawed up to Uustonville Thin people, "Wells' Health Beneirer" restores Woods, Wednesday, 21 head of yearling they were to present "Better than Gold" King, whose bones lie with his fa- mules at $70; C of E. T. Pence at $72 60 health and vigor, cuns dytpeptls, Ac. f 1. "Hough on Toothsclie" glres Instant relief. 15c. and a minstrel afterpiece last night. They ther in the family burying ground on the and two of H.T. Bush at $100. ladles who would retain freshness snd vivacity, give another exhibition farm now owned by 'gqulre Murphy, a few In Louisville cattle are quoted at 2) don't fall to try "Wells' Health Kenewer." town. great kidney and urinary cure. The absence of Mr. J. W Ilayden will miles fromfighter is A half brother of the for common to 5 for best shippers. Hogs "Buchu-palka,- " still living and we in- are active and firm at 1 00 to 5.35. Sheep Files, roaches, ants, rati, mice cleared off the si'pp'y tf birgiins at bis old In'"" not shut out bj "Rough on Rati." ISc. establishment. J. W. Rout will be there terviewed him yesterday on the question, are quoted at 2 to 4 j; lambs 3 to 4 cents. "Rough on Coughs," troches, ISc; liquid, 25c. Reports from all over the State show and see that all who favor him with a call, Mr. James D. King is a well preserved man For children, slow In development, puny and 77 years both in mind and body. the wheat to be in a yery bad condition, delicate, use "Well' Health Reoewer." shall have what they want at much lets for his Mr. David King was the eldest of the first The Winchester Democrat has been told by "Rough on Dentlit" Tooth Towder. Try It. 18c. than cost. Nervous Wcaknett, Dyipcptls, Sexual Debility set of children and Mr. James King next a prominent farmer that the crop in that cured by "Wells' Health Renswer." tl. We have had another very tight spell cf to the youngest of the second set. He recounty looks worse than he ever saw it and Mother Swan's Worm Byrup, for feverlshneas, weather. A pretty good sized snow fell members his brother well and has often least a third of it is already killed. worms, constipation; tasteless. 25c. which was followed by a rain heard him speak of the battle of the that at Tuesday all The Georgetown court day was a dull 8tlnglng, Irritation,"Buchu-palba-Kidney and .Urinary later in the day and that freezing as fast aa Thames and the part he took In it. He complaints cured by fl. one. Only 150 cattle were offered and they Night sweats, fever, chills, malaria, dyspepsia, it fell, the face of the earth was as slick aa was a private in Capt. Mike Davidson's met with but few buyers. One lot of good cured by "Wells' Health Renewer." Walking was almost company which class Wednesday. was a part of Col. James steers brought 5 cents, but 3 to 4 were My husband (writes a lady) Is three times the impossible and those who were rash enough Daridmu's regiment and his btory is sub the ruling figures. A bunch of long man since using "Wells' Health nenewer." li. to trv it cot many falls and bruises. Yes stantially the eame as that published by If you aro filling, broken, worn out and neryearling mules only brought $48 per head. vous, use "Wells' Health Renewer." tl. terday the murcury bad elrayed down to Col. Davidson, who was at one time TreasHorses were dull at $35 to $60. Prevalence of Kidney complaint In America; o above zero and the miserable sleet did urer of Kentucky, in the Louisville JourBuchu-palba- " s a quick, complete cure. St. Tho London Iruths&jt that Bella, the not melt much during the day. nal some time In 18C0 and is about as fol- famous Hereford cow, has just given birth NEW Js.DTEBTISEME.tr8. A Fiendish BnuTE. Mr. J. F. Pettus, lows: After the battle Mr. King and his to a bull calf by tbe 4.000 gs. "Lord Wilof Garrard, took the train here Tuesday comrades were talking over the events of ton," at her owner's farm in Worcestershire. with five little chiidtcn, all under eight the day, when he said that during tho fiht The owner had refused 250 gs. for the calf A.T years of age, that he intended placing In he had seen an Indian who seemed by his at three days old. A former calf of Bella's the Baptist Orphan's home nt Louisville. dresa to be a leader, making much noise, sold for over 1,000 g. This is $5,230. Tbo Lebanon Sfoncfaidreporta tbe sale Their father was Robt.Smlthern and lived and that he had taken deliberate aim at Orrosirs Couar-HovsIn Pulaski. After his death their mother him and fired. His rifle carried a peculiar of the personal effects of Samuel T. Ray --KENTUCKY, steers DANVILLE, married one Logn Bonders, who after ball and to satisfy their curiosity his com- as follows. Twenty-sidesignated by King $58 05 per head; IS yearling steers, $30 per Meals are served at all houM. Game always on treating tho childien in tho most Inhuman rades went to tho place fliti, and simhand and in Its season, Tecumeeh with a ball from head; 5 shorthorn bull calves, $52 to $107 ilar delicacies served inoysters fresh and en short all styles manner, dcaerted the woman a few weeki and there found through his boJy. Mr. per head; milk cows $32 25 to $78 per notice Look out for the sign "Woodblno Restauago, four days after she bad presented him the identical riila and call when you aro hungry. that ho has talked with a num-bs- r head; 3 calves at $18 to $21; 20 shoals at rant" y. If. ilASOSIIElilEH They moved to the COm with his first born. Danville, Ky. of the soldiers that were in the battle $3.85; 30 head of common sheep nt $1; farm of Mr.Pettus tome time ago and had he not Interested himself In them they and they all agreed on this point. They corn in crib at $2.11; wheat, delivered at Road and Bridge Letting! would all have starved or frozen to death. say also that Col. Johnson's position in tho depot, 82 cents; orchard grass 00 cents to fury seemed especially directed battle renders the story that he he killed $1.15 per bushel; oata 50 cents per bushel; Eowders' Sealed proposals will be received until IMar. SO. lfw. for tbe Grading and Macadamizing of against tho little boy of the family. His the old chief impossible. It seems to be honct, at from $30 to $100 per head. Twen- the Turnplko Road leading from Stanford by way Mill and Ooihen Church to the Qarlittle body is covered with scars inflicted the settled conviction of all the old men In ty shares of Marion National Bank stock of Dudderai'aline, ind llso for the bulldlneofanranl rounl and for monthB he kept him this section who have investigated the in lots sf five shares sold at from $141 10 Trnn rtrl.lra arnl .T)Ix lllTPr.' BnCClfiCatlOUS Of by the fiend ""- -" " J 7... mo cne or toin win do given upon sppucumu iu .!. where his mother could not see or hear matter and talked with the old heroes, that to $111.70. i no nguiii nnucu rreeiueniotme vompiny. Communications should bringing old Tecumseh down and all bids. to from him. The Garrard county people the honor of Mrs, Betiie Mayse, the only sister of bo reject any to the undersigned at Gilberts Creek, addressed should see to the scoundrel and if there is belongs to a Lincoln county man and they Mrs. Tate, wife of State Treasurer Jameo Llncolu Ky. XKiriJf bVOVETtAB, rrUent no law for hla esse, enact cne themselves don't like the idea of Stover nnd his man W. Tate, died at her home in "Woodford Stanford, Dlz River, Garrard Co. A While Oak Shabbona trying to take it away from him. county, ) Turcplke Road Company. that will fully cover it. Teci-'mskii? bed-bug- s, ." hluo crass Hughes. 59 seres of good TiiiUTYDAYS E I. Johnson, the negro near (Stanford, J, 8. who was sold for vagrancy a few years io, ii Hi I We have a few more of Priced "Life which we will dispose of to paid up subscribers at $1.50. Tbe retail price of the book is $3 CO. The revival at Galllpolis, O., has cloe-- ed with GOO additions to the Methodist church. The results read like those of Mr. Barnes' meetings during his mountain campaign in Kentucky. The ladies of the Christian church are requested to meet at tho church this Fri day afternoon (2).b) at 3 o'chek to consult about church work. Eery lady who can attend is expected to be present. John Bell Gibson. Rev. R. R. Xoel will assist Rjv. J. M. Bruce in a protracted meeting to commence at the school house nnr Richmond Junction, next Tueeday night, 21'h. Mr. Noel hopes to b able to create an interest that will enable him to raise sufficient funds to build a church at the Junction. Bishop McTyere writes to tho Chrulian Adeoeatr; "Allow rae to commend to you and your readers the Roller Skating. It can it should -- substitute dancing as an exercise and amusement for the young people of both rcxer. It furnishes in door graceful, lively exercise, both muscular and nervous excitement and leaves no excuse for dancing. I wish there was a skating rink in every village and boarding school." Rev. J. H Moran, colored, who went from this place to Frankfort, Kansas, writes us that since December C:h, he has orgsniz'd a church there and in a series of meetings has succeeded in securing a mem bership of 10, He says that he has met with tho kindest treatment in his new home and a dy or two before he wrote a party of 10 surprised him by calling and presenting him with money and many valuable gifts. Birnw," George W Bettt.i has bought of J, D Johnston his residence on Crab Orchard street for $1,600 The icy condition of our streets this week have been the cause of several mashes being made and a rush on the drug stores for St. Jacob's Oil. The old Franklin Institute properly is advertised to be sold court day. It is used now by Prof. Irvine, who teaches a select school, and is a valuable plecs of property. The Mrs. Grinstead, whose terrible death was mentioned in your last issue, was the mother of Rev. "W. 8. Grinstead, the pastor of the Methodist church at this plsce. He has the sympathy of the entire community In his ifiTctlon. Miss Jennie B. Porch, of Somerset, Ky., is a guest of Miss Marion Wolford. Chas. M. Randall, cf London, Ky7, came down Wednesday on business. Mr. Butler Eagleman, your Paint Lick representative, was in town Tuesday. Mr. Jno. G. Orr, of New York City, has gone into the merchant tailoring business here with his brother, Mr. D. G. Orr. Uncle Billy Gray, of this place, and who, by the way, is SO years of age and still aa frisky aa a boy of 10, posrc3es a curiosl-it- y in the shape of a pair of over shoes nude of buffalo hide. He has worn them since the year 1840 and they are remarka bly good shoes yet. He claims that they are tbe only pair in tbe world and says he wouldn't take any small sum for them. A quiet wedding took place at 9 80 o'clock Tuesday morning, at the residence of Mr. E. W. Harris. His neice. Miss Su- sic Harris and Mr. O II. Irvine were the contracting parties, Rjv. T. M. Vaughan, of tbe Baptist church, officiating. There were no attendants. After the ceremony the happy couplo left for Louisville, their future home. The bride is one of our fairest girls and is universally liked. The groom is a son of Prof. J. L Irvine, of this place, and is a prominent book keener o f of Louisville Tbe presents were handsome snd costly. The first joint ballot for United States Senator was takin in the Illinois Legisla ture Wednesday. It resulted: Logan, 100; Morrison, 91; scattering, 9; necessary to elect, 102. tVJ V s y w-- " ism . U J' ' .. -- . Choice i ' ' , Preserves Jelly, Apple Butter in Bulk ' 3i arm' Cheap -- ' J ill c Q New York and other Eistern States report "the worst snow storm and blow this year." Io the vicinity of Troy country roads ar blocked, the drifts in places bjlng 20 feet high. It is averted that tho Republicans of the Illinois Legislature have concluded they will not ba able to elect a United States Senator. It is a. good bye Johnnie Logan, we hope. The naval bill reported to the House appropriates $13,515,837, while the esti mates amounted to $30,754,010. Tbe bill appiopriates $100,000 for the completion of the "New York." The Ida Darragh and Cilv of Helena burned at Memphis wharf. The former was valued at $1S,000 and insured for $12,- 000; and the latter at $00,000; uninsured. A large amount of freight and a whaifooat were also destroyed. The grand jury of Jeasamine county carefully investigated the charge against Hon. E. T. Lilian! of forcibly detaining Miss Rue last summer, and dismissed the case. Mt. Llllard will be a candidate for to the Legislature. f ti&U. T. R, Walton's Corner Main and Somerset Streets. 4-- Mnsonlioimer's Restaurant K .1 t' x three-year-ol- u s King: t ., . Iff? ft .i' ' -- -- -' - (119-31- T The Illnk or fllgh.v . . StmrfflRcekliilntenorlounB! sUni'ord, Ky February 20, 1885 laiiaglng Kdlfor of Harper's Weekly. Rashly Importunate, Tried ou tho skates. Pick her up tenderly, Looson the straps, so slcndorly, Unusod to tnUliaps. (Merchant Traveller.) Ono more unfortunate Trusting tho fotca, If 1 H. S. CONANT. sensational stories were in circulation, and ms romuves, rearing that tie might lnro been foully dealt with, employed detectives to soarch for him. Mr. Conant spent moat of his ovenlngs at ono of Uw various literary mem-bor- . clubs, of which he wes an cthusiai-UTrustworthy Facts About llraln. Messrs. Harper say that their relations (Bill Nye. with Mr. Conant bavo boon for years of the The brain is inclosed In a bony sphere most pleasant character. What bos JolMr. Conant to abicnt himself without giving no- alletl tho skull. ThU bony envelope is alrtice of ths cause and stating his whereabout ight The brain does not have to bo aired if is something they are at a Iks to explain, un- t is in a normal condition. It should be cept inside the skull constantly, and In as law it bo that ho ha 1 wandered on" while impact form as possible, for when it Is under mental aberration itherwi) great inconvenience may ensue. Nothing is so destructive to brain tissue as Henri of the Knights of l.abor. laylight. Many have tiled almost instantly ifter light and fresh air wore freely into the brain. The brain is one if tho most useful of all our onraus. and. we should Jierefore, n use every to retain it; for, Ilka the revolver, a man may struggle Uong for years without having occasiou to' ise it, and yet whn 1 does want to use it io wants it very much. The brain of an adult man weighs, on an ivernge, 43 ounces, while that of ths average ulult woman weighs 41 ounces, and yet aromanisfar superior to man mentally. I lave obtainod this information from a lady Wend of mine who Is thoroughly trustworthy. pre-utiog Tho iltappoaranoo of Mr. S. S. Conant, who had been managing editor of Harper's Weekly for 15 years, and who wai well known in literary circles In Now York, was one of the sensations of the day in that city. Qa Jan. 10 ho left tho Harper building in franklin square, and hLs friends and relatives w troat n loss to account for hi absent. All .sorts of piUful That she should flop Where n whole city full Must soo her drop. Pick lmr up tenderly, Smooth out her dress, Fashioned to slenderly, Made to caress. Oh. it was Skatiag galore, Down sho camo bustfully Ou the hard floor. Pick her up tenderly, nataoa suo carol Fashioned so benderly, So plump and ro fair. Out sho J .Tuck trustfully, quiet Utile town of Federalsburg, Md., re resides a blooming jouor girl cf 22 sum mens, and a'eo her cousin, two rears her senior. Both of them have beaux whom their stern old father and uncle dote sot approve of. The lover No. 1 and hit sweetheart, unbeknown to the other parties, had mtdeall their arrangements to steal off in the still of the night and get mirried. This was also the plan of the contracting parlies No 2 The laddei was hidden back of the garden for the purprso of soiling the walls at the propar time. In the bewitch ing hours of the night lover No. 1 pliccd the ladder to the window of N). 2 The night wis dark just about that lime. She made her exit out of the window and into the arms of her supposed knight and was hurried off to the carriage nearby. Not a word was spoken. The carriage was gained and the lash applied to the horses. When they arrived at the house of the ptcicher, wio was waiting to tie the knot, the gallant knight discovered that he had got the wrong girl. Qf course there were some raits and some inward cut words, and then the tug of war came how to get the weeping girl back undiscovered. Liver No. 2 met with an accident by running his buggy agaiaet a poet and cirrylng away his port wheel and failed that night to arrive at the house. The old man has bought a $13 gun and is nightly in ambush for the raiders. fSesford Eaterpeise. A Hint to the Boys. I stood in a store the other day when a boy came ia aad applied for a situatior. 'Cm yon write a good hand?" wis asked. Yaas." Good at figure?'' Thty Mixed the Girls. . On a large farm niarlf In right of the raorwwHOHAL Look, Read and THAT Remembir ATTOWVEY A.T DANVILLE, KY . ALBX. ANDBHBON, UCAtV, Will practice In ths CouiU of Boyl aad adjoining TalTrsol ill kinds. I am alo prepared to do baking for cuitomsri. All orders far Icing and counties and In th Court of Appeals. ornamenting executed at short notice. Is still on hand with choice line of CiVrttnd llrond, frtab at all tlmri. Alio a Iran line or J. T. HARRIS (' retain TMR ON KAY J. Attorney At". r.n.'W. And MuUf CommlHloner Koekeaatl Circuit Cour. MT. VERNON, KY. Will practice In the Rockcastle Courts. a specialty. Office In Court-home. 805-2- 1 jr. T. HAKKM8. IDtH Colljc-tlo- m 1MJ OPERA HOUSE, BTAHKOUD, KY. Through Trunk Line Pur Nitrous Ozld Ou sdtalnlitered quired. Office South tide Main Btreet, two doors abovs ths Myers Hoteli HtnOBON DMNTI8T, aTANFORD, KY. whsn r XiXK F, HUFFMAN. W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor Blieof 8Ue,?20i50. Eight comnlets et of Been ery. Beatlnf rapacity, Including gallery. AGO. Iteuonable rates to good attractions. Addros DB. W. B. PENNY, 8TABFOKD, Office XontlHt. KENTUCKY. 151-- 1 M.and 1 to S BMeaaaxr. oaLiQculsralroel.r eat door to office. Office houu rtoruS Ull a. r. M. Anestbttlct adtnlnlsUrod whrn jr.) W. F. McCLAUY Is a candidate for rspreientitlreor Lincoln subject to lb acuea ol ths democracy, ;coun-ty- , LoulsTllle, Ky., Cincinnati, 0., and Indianapolis, lud., dealers In Stelnway A Bona', Decker Uroa.'. IlalniV. J. A C. Flicher, Voe A Bona', lUldwIn A Co.'s Cottage, Upright and Bquare 1'lano Forte; alao ine taiey, ononinger ana iiamuwa urgaas. Instruments Suid at price and terms to suit purchasers. Don't give your orders till you get our DanTllle, Ky. price and terms. Post-otac- e, I. H. Baldwin A, Co., aaramKMTS Watem yiltiouiClnigmillliS)tiimiiilri SHORTEST AND QUICKEST nou L0tIUnLLKYTI MUTE SOUTH & WEST Wltheqt cfcabga to uKnO Katbrlll., afsmpbls, ulttU Rock. &fainlramair. Atlktita Haf nna. jAcksaat tlU, MotjU. and XeW OtUtbt JOH H. MILLER Stanford Female College. STANFORD. KY. With a Full Corps of Teachers, Thla Institution will open Ita Fifteenth Beesloa on the 1st Monday in HepUtnbernsxt. ALL TUB BRANCH E8 OF A flinp i Is a candidate 'or reoressntattre or Lincoln coun-I- t In th ntxt Ltlilitur. subject to the action or ths democracy. BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA la Palacs Cats Without Change. DR. J. D. PETTrS Is a Candidate to repreaent Lincoln county In the next General Auembly, subject to the action ol the Democracy. uoar. a. o. TAiiBOTr Is a Candidate (or Senator in the District compos ed of Boyle, Lincoln, Caay sod Marram, tutjeci to the action ol the Democratic party. Election first Monday In August. THOROUGH ENGU8HC0UB8E Ar Unght, as well as s Palace Cars wlth.ut change. Scsklne homes on th line ol itil road will rates. Bs Agaots ol this Company for ratis. faults Ac., or writ, C.P.ATM0R, G.P.aVT.A. Louisville, Ky. SHORT LINE TO THE EAST Froa Loulsslll FMIHRINTC CmlUrl8ri I O recelvi special low MDBIO, TH3I LANOUAaSie. DRAW INQ AND FAINTING. uHESHPEUD -- OHIO llf. JUDGE THOy. W. VAIINON Yaas." "That will do -- I don't want you," said IsacirdlJateU Qll out the unsxplred term if Judge E. W. Brown, det'd, as County Judge of regular DepartmetiU. Primary, B23; Intermediate Llocoln.iubjrcttothe action of the Democracy. HO; rrspuaUuy, HO, sad OoUcgUte, teo. Election August, ISM. For full partlcuUn, aa to Board, Ac., addnu HIM. H. O. TKUKHCAKT, frlsselpal, Stanford, Lincoln On.. Kr. TERMS MODERATE. Kentucky's Route East In Tuition, price rang from IJ8 to K0 In th roa- Wishlngtin, PULtXAir PhllidirJphia-N.- Y. Tcaenly lie ronniEi WirT v iff llrlUnnla'a Idea or Huston Culture. Lon dou Judy TERRKNCE V. rOTVDKRLT. dertakes. Hr. T. V. Powderly, tlia general master workman of tho Knights of Labor, who was recently chosen to that position for tho sixth cou3cutlvo form, Is a well known figure in tho coal and manufacturing rogim of Pennsylvania, having served three terms as mayor of Hcranton. Qo is In hinuelf a ge"ntun knight of labor. Of humble origin, born in 13W, in tho vicinity of the coal breakers of Carbondale, Pa., ho received a common school education, and served an apprentice-jJU- p at tho machinist trade. His spare time was dovotod to tho study of mechanical eaginocring and drawing, in which ' ha bocamo proficient. He early interested himself in the problem of how to better tho condition of the working classes. With tlds end in view he Joined the Knights of Labor, and was mainly instrumental in bringing together tho scattered threads of the to form the first general assembly in 187cS, and to his remarkable skill as a manager i duo largely the success of tit order. In his cajcity a i the head of this immense organization ho has the largest correspondence and auswers more Iotters than any man in .tin Unitod States. He can write a letter himself and dictate another to an operator on a type-wnu;r bi xne nsmc une, something very few mmi aro capable, of doing. Ho is a thorough American and Ijelievej ia American methods of mljttstiug aU difficulties betw sn capital awl labor, and if labor" and capital do not agroo it is through no fault of his. He does not approve of anything wild or theoretical, but means ''business" ins. everything' he un" r or-d- the Merchant. "But," I said, when the boy had gone, "I know the lad to be an honest, indusAND PAPEE HANGER. trious boy. Why do you not give bim a chance?" Fresco Celling Taper Hanging a Specialty. All Orders Promptly Attended to "Because he hasn't learned to say 'Ye, 409-- tl 8TAroao, Kr. sir,"No, air.' If he answers as he did when applying for a situation, how wilt he answer customers after being here a montl V This What could I say to tha? lie had fal- tramp notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and not to trapaaaon our lands without per len into a habit, young as he war, which ralaalon, as all such fete are llstleto he procccuted to th full ztealof hi lav. turned him awa7 from the first situation he aunlord. Ky March 17th, 1MI. fBlgned.1 D. McClttrlck. OuiAW.M.McOoraa had ever applied for. H. T. Bush, A. W. Carpenter, r. lifia, L. IlllDOp, Hera ia Senator Garland's opinion of U.Cobb, Letl Ituhble, r . u. unoae, by the Phila Got. Cleveland, as reported w. c UcCormsck, b.o.aj. r.d oTtr, delphla Times- - "I had formed my opinions U.L. Carter n.n. yrue, J. 11111, J. W. Weather lord, of Gov. Cleveland from the pre.s. I had T. Vanoy, Wm. Burton, a J. H. Murpbr, oeyer seen him. When I went to Albsnr J. A. HarrK P. W. Carter, J. M. Hill. I expected to find a man of cross habit and Ed. Carter. J. II. UcAllatrr, J. D. Jones, limited Rcpe, bat instead I found a digni- T.J.roater, T. M. White, J. Q Vonlgoraery O. A. Ilenedlct, ty and majesty of person which impressed IT. K. Mareum, M.T. Uutaell, W. E. Anion me at once. I found a mind capable of A. D. UJ. Darst. 8, W.UItqi. AC Newlanl. grasping the most complicated queations of J as. II. t'nvitu Iyr public policy and the closest details of administration. I found a broadness of yiews, a determination to do righ, a range of con- serratism which satisBjjd my mind that 1. Notice Is hereby glrtn that T. P. Hill. J. W. , J. E. J do. J. UiUbbcrta, I. M there was a higher dispensation in the Alcorn, E. 1. Hru'-ellruce, Owsley, A. A McKluney. W (I. nomination and election of Qrorer Gere Welch and I. M. McKohetlt hare formed an Company undrlbe prosltfoa ol Chapland than wis real'zed at the Umr." ter M of the Qeni rat Statute ol Kentucky, and X. S. BOS1YEY, IW SLKPIKO raosi TO EUI HOUSE PAINTER! MYERS HOTEL, A SOLED TEADJ STAFFORD. KY. - E. H. BURNSIDE, Propr IrHla1Tllle,ClalclUew(aU HHd Lex. IBKIBH, K7m POSTED f This Old and Woll Known Hotol StiU Maintains iU High BopuUtion, AND WASHHTOTOK CITY, Coaaectlat-- la aaa depot with fast trains for Iti Proprietor it Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State ia iti Fare, Appolntjaeati, er Atten tieE te Oemfert ef their Gawtj. wlllk eoasajsd ti aad from the aeeoasaedatleas eaars. t CeainsrclalTravelsrs.Th Bar will alwaya sasallsd with th eaeleesi brands f Ltaaar aad Clears. 3STO"rV 3T03t?l3L. The Direct Route tolTDchbBrtr. Dan TiUe, lrarfclk. Ail Virginia and Worth Carolina d Causae; for ticket and rarther InfarmalloB yeur ceaueattlcksto flee, or addnw Potato. Ms aftnl ttot KrJl w.j.isasn, AJtartUot Att.. aarss r As;, Uuuiiue.il W. X, ARHOLB, Ticket and 11a. ad Uea'l I'aaa'e A.3!. Vl'raiaU 0o'l TTUtMu. MUHKAT'fl SPECIPIC, rko Great English Remedy, Kabanstloo, remittal WeakoeM Impotency, and ueneral Ixm of Power ul the (ieoeratlve Qrgant; n.t all illftft that fMtnv ai u. tssters isainr. nuence ol youthful Immudenceoi th exceaa ol matured ytsfa, aucb Tr4.Mrtu as Universal LastttuJ. Pain in lb hack:. DlroorM of VUlo'i, Prema-lur- e Old StMOl raay olberdls-ear- a afaoKvr, aurhmnal. Nea-Un- i, la a poalUve cure for Weak Memo ry, urn or llraln rower, lirrsoua KEWTOGKY CENTRAL 1I Corporation Notice! Shortest ani Qoickeit Boate from Oeo tral Kentuokj to all Points North, Eut, Weil and Southwest. "illnoUraMt Heute' THE DOaTO.V COSTUME. The Cbarn'pion DeadfieHil. tTimesDemocrot 1 A man in Lewistoo, Me, recently bought a cow of a local cattle dealer. Some one jikingly asked him if he knew that the cow was so old as not to hare any teeth in her upper jaw. The man went home and upon examining the cow found that she ha 1 no teeth in that region and promptly returned the cow. It was with some difficulty that he was made Io under stand that cattle never have any teeth in their upper jaws. ' &C. l'reI(leiitT6rillio aiortiiou Cliurtli, Yk.'sf . WfuV 1M .V JOHN ,j Dr. Henry T. Helmbold, the "buchu" Tho champion deadhead has been uneartbftl manufacturer, has been released from the by The Loudon Era, which vouches for tho 'ruth of tho following story: "At a provln- - insane asylum in Philadelphia, where he haa been confined four years. He says he ;iai rueains, snortly after the Glasgow just before the perfruianco began, a will return to New York and re engage in woman forced horself past tho icltet taker and jilantod herself In a vacant businus. It costs the Government $S9,000 s year itali. Prosently the manager npjwarod and pollh ly re.iu,wtorl tho lady to vacate. She to maintain the White House, exclusive of lecliued. 'You cannot bo allowed to remain, the Presidents salary. imdain.' 'I will.' 'If you do not leave I Jimt liave you removed,' urged the manager. The sense of touch ban loen cultivated Touch uw If I you dare!' observed tho lmlv. ;Iarin;r; 'lay a linger on me and I'll halloo to such an entetit in a Leadville bummer, fire'." The malinger looked around tho who has been the subject of fnqueat kick- Jacked houw, and tho 'lady' remained." inkt, that be can tell tbe make of the boots that hit him. Murrlfil Men Who aro Used to It. IIuUvlll4 J Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Somo of the married ineruberg of iiarlia-neThe best Salreln the world for Cuts, Bruises, jwoh-jwotho dynamiters' attempts to jlow them up. "It I really nothing to w'at Bores, Ulcors, Ball Rbeum, Farer Sores, Tetter, Chspped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin rro got at 'ome," say thoso statesmon. y, ine-lookiCornier-Journant h hareadoptol and recorded article of Incorporation In the Lincoln Cuunlr Court Clerk's oCi. 2. The name of the corporation shall te "Iks Ktaaford Creamery CoMpaas'' and lis principal office and plice of husloees shall be la or near tbe city oi etaniora, in uneolo rutlnty, Ky. S. The general nature of the built si of tald corporation ahall be than rebate cf creim anil th manufacture and aale of butter therefrom, and the purcLa;e, teeaiog ana u'eor lire slock to utilise id onaj or me creamery 1. The capital slock tf the corporation shall he forty-flr- e hundrrd dollars, to be UlTldnl Into sbsres of one hundred dollars each, and ahall be paldluone Initallment whsn denandrd by the directory. 8. The corporation ahillcomruenc txlslence on tbe 1st day of April, 1943, aad aball continue It exist for lb period of twenty-Ar- e years. R. W. C. The afTjafrl of aald raronrMtlAn ahall ran. OHIO & a tioard of are Uirrctnrs, tbice cl whom oiictw by uaii constitutes quorum lor the tr million cf Th Direct Rout to business, fa d Ulrectots aball be tbcWd annua'ly on lb 1st Monday la April, and thill annually elect I'rotldent end a r&crrtary and Treasurer. Said Directory shall hare power to select and employ such other penons at msy neCMsary tor tbe successful maosgament of the affairs of th Northwest and Bouthwett by th waj of corporation. Tbe Iceorporators shall eltt a Board of Director, who ahall serre until their surrnsors shall hare been elected and accepted tbe offico. 7. The highest amount ... Indebtedness of ssld Leaving Chattanooga lor corporation thall rot at any one time exc.i-- one lsvlll and Cincinnati mtk thousand doilai. . The private piopert' nl the s'ockholdcrs ol direct eonnectlao at those points with tbe Light ssld corporation aball not be lltM for the cor- nmj r.xpreiion too inio a uitiiuippl lur HI Louis and all points West. porate debt. J. E. BUUCE, PrmldenL li.-tJNO.J MtnOBKKTS. fiec'y. from Loutavllle TH TTniiro Onlyto Louts, being or Clncln-XXlUUiO oslf bt. two hours quicker thsn sny other Itn. giving our paatengera TO HAYi HtALtil THC LIVES UUtT SE KtPT IN OROCR. time for meals and first choice of seats In trains POQ-Iy1 that le.d 10 latanltr or Con. sumption. In all caaesof Kenil Wenkneulho bpecllc acts Ilk a charm, restart n lon or fadlne vle or, (IvUx to tie ey a brilliant andaperkUoc beaulr, to th cheek! mo roaj wooom oi oeajin. After Taklag. Murray's HpeclBe Is sold by all Drugrlata at II lcr Dackaua. or al fiackues far IA. a 1m h mril.ToAf rfee, en receipt or price. aMTFiili puUeulara la pamphlet, which will be nulled htm to tvery applicant. Addras all com! munication to th manufacturers. MUltJt.l V MEDIVINK CO.. Ksnsas City, Mo. Sold In Stanford by Tcnny A McAUiIat and all DrujalsU everrwhai. jssTiiua raTaa a vo., wcoiriaJ Aieo ts, rl LouUvtllet Ky. fcw I,EXIGTO. A CINCINNATI PchrduUIn EffKt Oct. II. UI. Fast Line Between T '4m Jw- 3 IS iir,!,,inii 1 p ifBBBBH 1 1 I SBlEalE3BBB ' --8Stt'3S&i.8 a - 3 j Ul' 1 M 86 O s: 1 VOivwt 1 1 r MISSISSIPPI JJIH'HBBSOB i I I ! ' "aaiK .n iSSSgtt v 1BBBBEI e 1 1 1 St. Lonis & tho West i ' M ia)Vihilja: or Cincinnati. 3BE3BB k Ba'SS5Sto BHBHI0BBEB MTvninn T 7 BtrS i j Li '3 8 3 ttSP ro I l. 8 a a x ? U n 8 t f feMliral'l It -. going West. inn".,,, Vx LLUUia tUIIIki UJ n..t yUlUHUl PJ Ivt SSJVj bURiu, Omaha and Iki. youl than by any "UltH BBB5BB n rm ui 1 I - 2 MX t If O B.'3 t i t Sm ! ! --t- : i 1 ! -, C. I , u M-- SB! The Tlinl.l (Texas Siftlugs.; Eruptions and posltlrely cures Piles, or no pay I Is guaranteed to giro perfeit satlsfsc-tlo- r or mo ey relunded. Prlco 25 cents per box. Penny f McAlister. Fast Time and Sare Con neotions With all Lines st fern! J O. sfcM. Alwaya makes S BB B S t ill N I P PHB3S5 3b'bE M UUMlll 9 I Mi i II II Thousands SaSo. Mr.T.'W. Atkins, GlwrJ, Kansas, writes, " never heiltato to recommend your Electric Bitters to my cu'tomera; they glre entire saliifjclion and are rapid acllers. Electric Bitters are tbs purest and best medicine known and will posltlrely cure Kidney and Lirer Complaints, purify the blood and regulate the bowels. No family csn afford to be without them, Thoy will aire hundreds of o!d at 50 cls-dollars In doctors' bills (very year, bottle by Penny & McAlister. a iwr-tru- St. Louis find Intermediate Points. ISBHB1 S E jii1ji,ii,iITV',.,.lJ',f"lCol,,","Bt tru. :?i?."l? tall MilllliMOMiHraTtraU tor,. rillmrtM. KStnm.tlira, will Ic u j VIX Iti rtpui nUn. No Terries! NoOmuibtmTraiis Conurctlonamslo In Union Demt. St. IjiiiIi. wiiu trains of liuss filing West, Northwest and SstSisSetssajrersscKc jBEBBBE ESlEBBB BBdBB p, V. li.tfruttluiimlt. Aaya.D;tm TAYLCn. i i Only it llrlcr Itrtpllr. IJef Joli ii in Merchant Trareller.) Now the chilly days aro here, A tlrl nr titAt I..v I i.it "diamond" will bo poundod. Mt'riwrNs51 he hM vir sIaco nMtid lu Acr0!,, tLe uty. tluown or nu- nNot until the coming spring, Which another Tho, rrowu prlncoss ot Sweden u said to do Twist "Loaguy" .trlfo will bring Maoug and its big rival, tho princess In Europe. . of Klder John Taylor, tli- - wnior aiKJstl?, influence tlian nuy other momlwrof tluitsoct. Taylor is an Engltuh-snai- l, 77 ycais old, au 1 very tall mid imposing in appearance. Ho came to thu country ai a Jotnl iircnchor in tho MetlwdiT church. Ho lxcaiiio a prosolyto In 1S37 to 51 jrnioutan', when tlioy had their headijuartori in Mis' sniH, nml in shortly nfur f.rdalnetl an IKstle. In 1830 ho went to Knglaml and in 3&10 to Fruuco tw a Ulormou inis.louary, very sue cetAfuI in gathering money and wnvoru In l&W Taylor settled in New Tor:t city to establish and edit n weekly jfliwr for the dofenso tmd propagation of onnonUni. It had but a small circulation rsntl a brief cxLrtonce. In 1650 ho rettirnml ti Otah, taking with him a fresh wife- from who wiulds moro bo-In- g of Kato Field ou JUormoii pracucas reudiw of intt-re- t it a Thj onslaught A vender of imitation spldei-o tlancling ono of tho bogus insects ou Urondnny, Now York, when nn nutlquo female, affor uttering rt Httlo scrvam, njipealod to a policeman, s 'Jlr. Polinmian, can't you moko that mnn quit scaring young girls to death with them sp'.denf aying: Walking Skeleton, Mr. E. Springer, of Mechan'cibur;, Pa , writes, wssaMllcttd with lung fever and abscess on lur.;,", and tedured to a ualllng ih-- tun. Got a freu trial but tic of Dr. kind's New Discovery for Consump'ioii, whVi did mc to much gitd that I bought a dollar bul!o. After usiou thre bottles I tound myself onco more a man, c:mplctcly restore! to health, with a hearty appetite and a gala In flesh cf 13 pounds," i nt Penny A McAlister' DrtiiStoroandget a Ireo ttial hoU of thli cer lain cure for all Lung Dltearra. Urge tollies (I A 1 jfcm, Sia OUUUIWMl. nAYMViM.i: iiitANcir. KOSTII-BOUM- E OlfLY TP.UL' wilto to tho undrrslgued. For full SUd relljh'4 Infirmtllnn In r..... I.. ,HUd. Ac . In tho Slntrt M.n. ni.l,i.. Lve Covington... ond lowest special nilea lor Tickets and Household " Lexlngiun... (fools to ull points Weatcallnn or sdilrcai ii I'.rlt ,,,M . 11. iLbOP, Arr Mlllertlmr. Patscnger Ag't Ohio A Mississippi lUlhrsy, " Carllalo ...... " Jnhnton W W. PEABODY. W. " Maravllle., n Ilyouarngilng Weatto any rolut, rail on or "NoTJ.V TfoTTir Dally Dallf Ei. Hun, L'x. Hun. 2 1 86 li'S'uV' H TONIC i FACTS RECARDIHC Clailnnatl. Ohio. BOL'IH-Uot'N- ,615a m KM pin 8 10 a in S 17 p rn 0 60 a m 0 07 p m U 13 a in 7 00 ii re 110 80 a in 7 15 p ra NoTfti "J7b. A I ' ' 7 24 a m 00pm pm Lvo Mayavlile.... " h , " Johnson " Carlljie Tr, fiin 1 IWu 30 a m C Bx. I 1 .1 Dally run Mlllersburg Arr S"y lt WHV WILLIYOU cough when flhlloh's Cure 6HIL0H'3 CATABRU I'.EUI'.DY. a roiIllTO ill! glr Issuuodlato rellsft Trie 30c and ft. For cure for Catarrh, Dyphtbcrla aid Canker Mottlli, " u! by IVony itc.ltiteri or sale by fenny A McAlister, 5w are frcjucutly preceded by a s n f uiglit lntl back, loins and lower part of the aldouvn, canning the patient Io suppeiolio has sons aflectlun ol tho kidneys or neighboring urgnni. At timet, symptoms of Indigestion aro present, as flatulency, uneatlncit of tho stomach, otc, A moltture, like perspiration, producing ft very dltagtresHe Itching, after celling warm, ti i very ctuimon attcnJaat. Blind, lltoedlng mid Ilehltig Pile yield at oneo to tho application of Dr, Boianko's Pllo Betnedy, which nets directly upon tho parts affected, aUorllng tho Tumora, alla)lng tho Intciito itching and affecting h permanewt cure. .Price CO Pile cuiik run i'u.ic. flftlWs Ira tola the LIVER and KIDNEYU, and Tuchtuiis: 1MB HEALTH ond VIGOR of YOUTH! In nil tl.o-- c tllieaaet rriMilrliiRiicertainand tlllcten 'lON'K1, ciccljllr l))ieitla.milof Appetite, I uulnu-HoLack .r h;ri until, etc., lit mo Is itiarkcil nlth Imiuoillalo and vunilcnul ivsulls llo.ics, Mutclcsand nerrcticielto lien force, Bulhcus the mind and supplies llrulu Pourr, A rftBKTCl suOerlnir Irpm nil complaints tUAEJICOppculUrloiliLlrsixwIllilmiiii UK. 1IAIITEIV3 IltON TONIO a ii.fo and vuiu. i iits a rienr uiiii iieuuii i;uimiiuaiuii. ..Tlia strnnirctt teitliiiony In tho Vuluo of Hit, IlAiiTr.it's Ino.v Tonic it iliut froiuoiiiatleinptt st couiiterfellliiii l.t o only added to Ilia popular Ity of tho oi Initial. If you cartieitlydoslruheallli do not experiment -- kI iliu UuiuirtAL and dust your addriMt toTb Dr. Harler Mfd To.' Hl.taulf, Wo., tor our "DBEAU 1IOCK." tnllol atraoeaand uufullQtmallcn.fieo.. On, Hartcr's lnoti Tonic is for Dale ny au ipi-cd- I . "." wv . .f. s" iruennjnu iiconiains luusiraiions.priccj, clcscripi VALUA1ILF. TO Ui bo mailed to all apnllcauts crxl to customers . , mT" a. au FREE'mrlJL t!VI1u tar t p!antif alli aar am tmr eg jv a ' iVT": rf'"l!"" "' - 'szL'ii'j!? 7 21 a m 7 41 n m lUpu 00 pin i D SJpn iOp r 'Sawt i" ,??.5am'0(0Ppm iw iii' n m wr aw D.M. FERRY &c6.D8I,r VAifAiaKU out and directions for n.t VUmna .11 laH JK1 Tu niri, m Ool'UI,i4 d.i Ciiii a V H yttnljljiu itutatrltMrc. nLii,lctntileidln theitlcj of ikat clatt ol aad hit giren tlmmt uilfciul uiuftt. tloa, teintiliM, ML'ftrilY IIROS.. BotanU fletllclns'c'o., Wjua, Oh'! futs. Address tho Dr. Sold by Mcltob-orti- KpiBiCbiaUilCa. L Cnolnnatt.BMH 'I Stag; rm. OUt.JW iniwirwi Iho public and now unl, apiiwa; tha (tiding 1.IWV. f, ll) wiuoui. A, I., SJIITII. llriiJIoiJ n. Ohltvon the ftror tf MJ. ' ijsaufhs Ill' S) I WW. froln Knoatlllei" Lexington to CovlngtoB. T' 'alngton anl Paris, am' an J lUrlt iT!fin N.'.? U, a'!"' Is cept Sunday between Lex. K'n"?,H,l.l'Ut dally from Clntlunali to Lexington ami Paris: -- No. 82, dully except eut-daleave Paris 8 20 a in; arr UxIngUn o'jo m Sunday, i 1?,,63',,ll3r, el,W 515 pm, leave Lexluglon p mj Paris run T' Wlnehoster. with Pullman Sleeping Cars belweet Fi"ici5uV ?J "Icn'oond, Va, and Wlncbo tet Washington, D. C, ,!ii.,.Tru rraehrd ,n, railroad. checked to any oosllnatjon llcT", by i 8. F. D. MOU31J, W. II. WHITTI,r.3EY. Passenger ARvnt, Trav. Pass. Agent, u&).?.i!,ou' Kr. Leilogwn, Ky C W. SMITH. H. W. KULLBIt Heneral Manager oen. IVji Af rr...!."-?'1."1r, w,0MK7'r1,J'0'.8r"n,"l:,,l?' "RS