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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885022401 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. SfetEt ill VOLUME XE9L Si-8WeeHfiintenor3on- ill n Imfefiif lonfimL 1885. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 24, "BY THk SEA By Sin at,. NEW SERIES.-NUMBER- 42L rublluheiX Tie&aw and JYifrty, S3. CO PEJH ANNUM When paid atrletlj la asWaac. If are hare to araltany tltna, C3.no will bt charged. W. P. WALTON. Joumalitm uiiul thin lima that the ra in the Ojr quondam contemporary it lying In jail. far Hest aa We uoderetaod aaloori-keepearo raoting heaven and earth lo net him out, u thiir bualneaa ha fallen cfT eloce he hat been cooped. Wlieii he eeta out whit a thlret he will hav Ktxle. Thotnai Betcher, allaa the "Kid," attempted laal Saturday evening to eupprwe tbo freedom of the preae by attscMne our loco I eriribe n lh k deadly weapon, which reiullcd in the "Kid" finding hiuaelf laid out under one of the Stir of the Wet bll llardlabtei.-f- Bi Horn (Montana) SentL nel. "My wife, Sarah, haa Shot iny ranche, When IdtJnUDMathlnj Too her, an1 1 want It distinctly Understood, that any man Thnttakej hur Oa my account will get hlrateU gaaaped so Full of lead that eoeae' ienderfoot will locate b!ra for a Mineral clsme. A word to the wiie is eufficlent an A. Dcatlwoed Ed ort r work on fjola." itor. Two Arizona brave i, Qee Up Charley and Short Pant, called yeaterday to lick ua. At firat Ibor bad the advantage, Short l'ante bavins hit ua a tcrriBc blow in the itonch, which temporarily knocked the wind out of ut. Dot we toon ralllcJ, aod by ping two formi upon Qee Up Charley' beid, eliminated him from the battle. Then ! akilful maneuvering wr kept Short Paata from hitting ua aain until we got to the d Mr, when we called Al Rlorfget to e help u, which he did. Tne 'e u now in jail, where tbey will have a chance Written far tht iNTsmoa JouaitAL. Pataey Fleetwood waa dixcouraged and out of temper. "You may ear what you plcaae,"ahe waaeiyingto herelaler-llaw, "IUchel needs her fawa boxed, in fact half the young people of the preaent day ouzht to be put in straight jtcketa for awhile. In my day, young people were deferential to their elders and willing to ba guided by them, but nonl Why ltichel actually told me I could do aa I pleaaed with my msney, she didn't want it, and waa sick and tired of hearing of it, that I had belter marry Divid Fox myself if I wanted anybody to, and give my everlasting tniney 13 him. She didn't want to hear nf it or him cither a(tin as lung aa ahe lived. That child baa an awfnl temper, and needt looking after. You'd bitter send her ofl to school She's doinK no goad here." Aud Aunt Patty thrust her needle into the rock ahe was knitting in a way that atigfated temper in more than one member of the fimi- - Rachel Fleetwood. A rather large: well developed woman, with splendid eyes, and a look ol rometbing about her diflerent from any woman there. She had a way of being silent when she had nothing to aay aud the little nothing which eome women can manage to say so sweetly came hard to Rtcbel. She had something to say, and said it, or hsd nothing, and was silent. But when ahe did talk, few women could equal her. Conversant with the beat au thors, she had ideas apart from them. No ite,m of general interest or. importance waa beyond her powers of comprehending and di.cueaing, and withal, ahe had a natural and original manner, which lent its charm. No woman so much admired, end yet none that reemi si disiiuctly apart from all olh- "Who ia and there. And here she was again tonight more beautiful than he had ever thought she could be, and she had cruelly laughed at him. ITobeContixuko. CRAB ORCHAtibTuNCOLN ITOBERTS&STAG6 Opera House Block, DEALERS IN- - C0UNTt. that yonder?' she aaked the t &. f J Dju ra ! Patty, how you shake my nerve.! What ara you and Hiolul qu trading aluut no? I can never be quiet for a m)tnen', for whin I gjt comfortably eel tied and try to forget my ache) and pains," Mrs. Fle:lwo)J always hid a pain "there issuret) bjjinethlnganmyln,:. Can't you and Richel fight your Littles without doing it over mtr' And Mm. Fleetwood who had done nothing but take her cut and phytic all her prectoui life, began feeling in the folds of her gown for her smelling salts. Pittey Fleetwood was a spinster, a of fine aenas and a good disposition. She made her homi with her brother, where her prejence waa sadly needed, and looked after the house, and took charge of Rachel, whom she fondly loved. Her intention waa to leave to the girl the little fortune she nosieeeed. "Aunt Patty," aa ahe waa familiarly called, had had a romance in her day, like mist women, bnt h.d burled it years ago, aod taken up duty inttead, which Isn't a bad substitute after all. Her lather hid broken ofT her en re-cott tornberup. Oar Iom wa $4.75. gsgement oa accout of the jroung unn' (Ar Guttle. poverty and Cjrui Fox had married anPay Cash ron Qnoctiuw.- -" Paying other woman, a sohool mate of not cub for groceries l th bf t cWk upon so smart, nor so handsome, but a good extravagance," the wiik m to aay, enough woman In her way. They were "for when the puree 1 rroin light the near neighbors to Mr Fleetwood, and when t CJoom'.r.j ti buyer goi s!o and U t iir. rox uieu leaving a wiuow ana one If a woman haa only ffl 01 $7 in her pock child, David, Aunt Patty bad been Grt to at the fir.t of the week with no coneole and befriend them. David and prpect of Retting any more monev until It chcl played together in childhood, had Stttudar night, ahe will manage ber pur- their quarrels and "make ups" alt between chase to that the money ahe haa wilt hold them'elvee. Aa tbey grew older they sud out during the week. But if ahe has a led together and real from the aims b)oka biok account abe wil, a a rule, get 10 And at Aunt Patty watched them, the cents,wJk qf one thing, Id cente worth ol frank, bright, but thoughtful bay, the etopplog to conelder that warm hearted girl, abe got an idea tbfitt,w&l .eettto eoon .amount to dollar?, into hsr head as "Jennio Wren" would say aod avhan the time csmea to pay ahe looks about the size of a walnut, which kept over the Itema aod aeea a number of arti- growing aa the children grew, and took a cle ahe could have done without." strong hold on her plans. Why should not ' You don't cook like Siry Ann uied to, the dreim that Cyrua Fox and Patty Fleetwood dreamed be realittd in Divid and Matilda," he aaid, in tone of gentle, exa Kichrl? I$4t Richel was a very decided (amflng reproof; 'no, it aeema to me you ciatoook like Sary Ann naed to." Oa an- character; not the kind of girl to be led, other otcaajon it a: ' You're not a emarr driven, or perjuuled. She had a way of ingeltin' round aa Siry Ann wa, Matilda. deciding thing, for herself and will enough You don't apjer to ketch on where ahe to do aa abe would. Warm hearted and realleft oil " About thia time n heavy rolling-pi- n ly generou, she had a temper and could be came in con'act with hie head "What extremely rude on occasion, quick to beg do yon mean by that, you vixen?'' he ex forgivecena and quick to sin again. Afraid claimed in agony "I'm doing aome ol the of ber ftther, and finding her mother's work Siry Ann neglected,'' ahe replied ar.d nerve toa delicate to admit of her chill-ii- h presence oflener than at meal time, there waa much peace in the fitnlly there she grew up loving no one but Aunt Patty -(- .Philadelphia Kjcord. after. and David. Aod ea Aunt Patty planned Aa ths repirter were Catherine the a i wait b, aid Richel n nnv inmci of the ladiei at the inaaquerade laal seventeen ami D.ivld t enty, eye nine, one of the latter entered droved A fewmiment) a;o Richel had camo in an elegint Oi'uiue. Ste waa iuuiedl in fram the baaoh in a temper and when ntely approached by a pencil fiaud who po Auat P.itty questioned her, had told h litrly asked. ' Your name, pleaae?' "My that Divid ha I bjei mikln; love ta her. '"What ii our narne Ih Miaa Hrowr." ' nd what did you aa)?"' character?'1 ' Ii ha never beu iietiou-ed- . "What did 1 aa; ! You don't think 1 aaid t Young man, toii are a little too yrs, do yon? What do I want to marry 3cramenn(Cil.) Jtacord Union. Divid foi? The hi simpleton that ho is freb." L told him be A OownciN i irr in Texan promptly to think of Mich a thing wag an idiot and that I'd never spcik to broutfhl In a verdict if "auirlde" in the cim of a Mexican found HU'pcnded by the him agaiu." "Richel," cried Aunt P.tity aghait,"You neck from a rillnad bridge. Tho aniolde'a need a whipping Tnat's what you need. handa wertyseourely tied, hut the jury You've thrawn away lh'. Iisstchanco you'll t oofider that a s uitignlinj c'r ever have in life. I hopo you will live to fouiavilloTimM cunntince repen' it, mis. and Iim euro you will. "1 held her liny Innd In mine, and IHvid is n thoiuaiul times bitt r thin tilaped hsr fir form, and told mr tale you." of ardent love, in haguage sweat and Then Richel hid returtad, nnd Aunt warm. And when I piuaed for want of Patty hid thrown her alnnl over her head , brea-.hahe rtt'el her tlimp'.eil chin and nn ran down to the biach to find Divid, whliered liw, 'I don't oitch on; please lenvlng her anger behind her as abo ran, ulng your aong aaln.1 " acd feeling a great sorrow for tho biy fill A few day ajo, in Htwkini cv.tnty, her heart, but here, ho met a second Ttsnn., Jintei Uri)IJj p it kerowne oil on David wotild't hear n word ol it. (op of thu hold) of hit three Utile chil "Dan't talk to me about her Aunt Patty," dreji, nge i two, four anil flis your., for the he Raid, (disking hrr hard nlniOHt rudely jtirpo of killing vermin. T.vo of tho from his arm. "She's nicked, cruel, like ahildron died within two hogr?. A physi- all women. I'll never look nt, or epeak to cian aived the oilier. nernirain." Ilesler.cd tfl. then tunnd ami clatped paor little Aunt Patty in hh Texan -'- trust, tU, you don't mtan to arms. o.i II mo a Jiat?'' "Good bye, dear Aunt Patty, you're good -- "And if I did ctll you a liar Slnnger If all thereat ore wicked. I've got a poi what would you do about ill" and whei I omi tion offered me at H ' I'd dn my duty under tho law air." stand the eight of the old place I'll com "And what' that?" " And I e weir. QSflfold an iniueet over your remain, eir ajaln nnd fee jo i waa suit ofl' to A little later Ricbel Cleveland HerI'm tho Ciror.or here." school. Shoand Aunt Ptlty had made ald. friends, but nho never epol e of David, ritEK DISTliniUTION. or went down lo the baoh iaf'er he left. "Wlmt cau't tli jjrant null at Mcliotcrtt rro-ma- n I. rl -P- ni) rcr tb-io- ptr-yer- ae, aqgt4Ylt thyir gentleman who bad been trying so hard lo make himself agreeable. "That, why that's David Fox; he's the lion of saciety, the mast distinguished bar riater in town. You don't mean to say you havn't met him? He's a greet friend of mine A queer follow though, given to mood., he muat be in one and don't want to Impoee on your good nature, or maybe you've known him btfore." Aa something in his face attracted his attention "I ued to know him," indifferently, "and you nay he' a great barrialei?' And then she looked at Mr. Fox and laughed. Such a queer laugh, looking at him from under her straight, black lashes that Mr. Jones felt uncomfortable. He hardly knew just where the laugh wis directed or might end. The little blonde tbat he's talking with is Mi Flora Helm. 'Mr?. Grundy' says tbat they are engaged, although I hardly think it. Bhe'e not tbo sort of girl to please Fox I think." 'This is our waltz is it not, the Bine Danube? I dote on thia waltz, don't yon?" "No I don't dote, I'm not much given to that kind of thing" "I believe you are a queer girl Ml.s Fleetwood," aa tl ey pauied after the wal'r, "I like a girl to be a little queer. Girls arc all mi much alike that it's refreshing to meet with one of your sort." She didn't answer him, and Mr Jones was growing uncomfortably silent under the battery f her shining eyef. Seeing this Rtcbel re lented, an I the sparkling fbw of ber con verration and her charming manner added another victim to her list. Mr. Jones didn't know what it wu he said to his hoateM, or just how he got to his hotel. 'Richel, Rachel, the name suits her, uncommon like herself." "Fox" eaid Jone when he got to Ida roam and found tbat dialinguiahed gentle man 'earing up and down the Hoar, "you're in one of your mood a " "Muoh obliged for your keen obierva-tior- , but it's none of your busine." "Oiiaj now old felloa! Na cflence. Thai's a fine girl visiting at SmolletV. I declare I'm dead in love with ber already. Never taw such a girl." What are you talking about Joner? I've got a new cas 9 on hand and in the midat of it, here you come with some everlasting nonrenoe." "She Haid she used to know you," said Jones placidly ignoring his friend's rebuke, "and it niut have been something funny you reminded her of, for when she aaid it, she looked at you and laughed." "Very much obliged to her, I'm sure, but I wasn't aware that I was looking He waa standing at the win dow with his back to Janes. "la that all she said about me," he asked. "Yea, I gueee I wai mistaken Fox about her laughing at you, something else niuM have amused her, but she waa looking at you. Doubtless I waa urs'.aken." to-n- iht 1 The long continued cold weather Is making feed scarce and high in thia neighborhood. The Christian Sunday School, under the management of Mrs. Tarrant and other efficient ttacherr, is now in a flourishing condition, considering the severo weather. There were more than 60 pupils in attend-anc- e last Sunday. Frank Ciandler baught of Calvin Whitt 1 joke work cattle for $83 Tom Rjbfnran bought of Gearge and Mack II ilmes 1 lot of .' year ol J mountain feeders at $30 per head. W. R Dillion bought of Jesse C, Fox 1 yoke work oxen for S100. The "Youn America" of this place gave a minstrel performance at the Hardin House last Saturday night for the benefit of the 8unday School. They had a crowd ed house and everybody was highly entertained. The bays acquitted themselves with much credit and with practice bid fa'r to outstrip the older troupe. Frank J. Wayman, of the Blackpool (Kogland) Time, has returned from New Orlears and ia stopping at the Harris Houae. Dr. DCaux Tilney, of England, is giving a series of lectures on Hygiene, &i , illustrated by plates and diagram?, at Odd Fellows Hall, which will be contin ued until Wednesday night. On the night of the 4th of March there will be an entertainment at College Hall by the school, consisting of recitations, deciamatlons.read. ings, dialogues and music. If you don't go to Washington, Mr. Editor, do the next best thing-co- me to Crab Orchard. Miss Jennie B. Vfmont, of Milleraburg, who was a former pupil of Mrs. Tarrant at that place and at Lexington, is now an assist ant in our college. The Zstegathean Society at the colleje gave an open resdon Friday night and Society Hall was filled with an appreciative audierce. The occasion was in honor cf Washington birthday and waa highly entertaining, doing credit lo both teacher and pupils. Col. JcrJan Peter Chandler being present was called on for a speech. He went boldly to the front and in the of "the Cicero of the mountains," he ' struck every one preeent with profound conaternaticn by his ehqoence and flUhti if rhetoric " We are sorry that space forbids a verbatim report of the speech. Music was furnished by Messrr. Payne, Farris and King and it was said by many present to be the best they ever heard from three inatruments. lar-guge Stanford, Ky., DrngB, Wines, Wall Paper, Musical Clienilcals, UO0KH, lilntinr IiiBtrueineHthtv PHtnta, Stationery, Oizarfl. jrocKet SeapM, Oils, Tobaccos, Cutlery, Lumps, Perfumery, Flro Arms Miicbin Oar Jewelry, SIlrerwAre and Cntical Uoods Department Is In Charge of CW. Thos. Richards, vrho ttIU Repair IVntehes and Clocks promptly nnd In the bast style. Neetllea. EC.O. RTJPLET. 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! "0, don't you renember sweat Alice, Ben Boll?" "Hrr bright amlle haunti me atlll!" No wonder, she got her paint from Bourne. "Vea.I saw herlait atDr.Bourne'aDrujStore.' "0, write tne a letter from bom, "John Andenon, my Joe Jthn, you balr la And get the aUllonery from Bourne. "I wonder If iubIotm met" Bhe will If you buy your beautlfleia from Bourne. "Rosea bloom and then they wither." The perfumes are mada Into extract! tor Bxirne. "Kathleen Marurneen, the gray dawn Is breaking!" "I'm glad of it; Bourne haa a) many nice gooda I want to take the whole day purchasing. ' the anow your eye It dim!" lUr Tell the old coon to g) to B)urne'a and get ma of his hair drcsalng and a pair of Lo Han's celeLrated Jtock Cryatal Bpecks." "Shall I never more behold the?" "Yea, and la good health, for I get my mcdlrin-froBourne." "Whit are the wild waves saying?" Bourne, Bourne, Bourne, Bourne, Boune! Then, Ealy darling, do tell Lilly Dale to put Pick a Too In Aunt Bcdj'i old arm chair and. tiag "Bock me to deep, mother," while you go lo Bourne's New Diug Store and get me a Tcoth Brush aouie Toilet Soap, a pair of LsMorc's Terltcopic Leniei, aomeof hla Letter Paper., a bottle of Vanilla for your mother, strengthening Cordial for jour grandmother and some worm camly for Jeemi, and go quick or I'll make you think "Thli cruel war Is not orar." Bs A A lady is sow redding in the State of Arkansas. She is sixty-fiv- e years of age, and is living with a courageous man who has assumed the poaiticn of being her fourteenth husband. It is said that in the hall of her house there are thirteen peg, upon each of which hangs a hat duly labeled as the property of one tf the defunct husband'. d WSASSn, UNDERTAKER, AND A New York photographer is quoted ss aayirg: "After twenty.five years experience under skylight, and photrg aphing over 157,000 people. I have become con vinced that in nineteen cases out of twenty the left side of the face givei the most characteristic likeness, while to the same de gree the right Bide is the most aymmetri. ca i assortuaem of Furniture, embracing erythfug from the Cheapest to the Finest Parlor SuifcH. If need to go to the large cities to make yonr purchases, no mattes what quantity er quality you want, as I can and Hill duplicate any prices yon can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Ala a full assortment of Collins, Ca?cs, Shrouds and Robes, emanta lug all the New Styles, both cheap aud expensive. Ware opposite St. Asaph Hotel. Stanford, Ky. i full and complete Dealer in Furniture ! rsn - -- THE SEMf-WEEK- LY Interior Journal W. P. nni.ti... "And such eyes aa she hat, and such a way of nipping a fellow when he leaat it" And then Mr. Jo sea lit his mecrtcbaum, and with fret on mantel saw through half tloicd eyes, one picture after ls ano'her fotm in tho blue smoke. "And 'I ilmqc'iPriisBloivr1 Tliofrcoillitrlliutlunnr.ruuirle (kI(H( Pr. llosAiiko't Cujti ami T.ung Sjtnp, tli Miwt ief lilar nninly fur Coiifii, CoUW. Connmitlen i n J Ilronclilllt now on Hie mail.it. lltgultr tUeCO 00. rrutinnilSl sho laughed at me" thought Mr. Fox In. digti.antly, his face burning; he knew juet how sho had laughed and looked at him, he had seen her look thus many timea, and thought went back, back, one, two, three, how fait thought lies, fifteen, twenty years, nnd he sawn boy of teten take a little black eyed girl of four by the hand, and lead her down to the beach to play; and then teach her how to make mountains of sand and little road', and lay ofl citicr, And he had given her his toy thovcl and used his hand?. A little later tbey had their childish quarrels, and reconciliations then; and later fllil), a boy and girl ntudied and read from their eeat on the old rock where ho had cut their nanus together, and then a yo.ith and maidrn dreamed their dreami tlirrd, Mill by the rea, with tho rait winds blotting over then), and the roi calling with its unknown voice. How ho loved her day, by day, and hour, by h u r, ho could not tell when he had not lovtd her. Sho was all he had, all e'ee counted as nothing. B7cry plan for tho future waa made vith referer.ceto lur iu eome way. How happy he wa, how perfectly content-o- l, and then the last net in the drama rore When sho had laughed hla before him love lo ecorn, nnd turned and left him in her decided way; and ho hod watched a jioket and felt hat go MIm Smollet id lilile Seyen years lAvr, given a "bait" in honor of same of her old back to the house, while he had half n noschool mates vieiting'her, among them is tion to jump into the cei and end it all then 1 8TAN10RD, KY David Dddley Field at eighty advisis young men to be abatemiou in their habits WALTON. ' '. to avoid tobacco in all form?, and to sleep Is published every Tuevlay ml Vrlday at the, aagftt3S3ElEISVgPrT?ftrflfcr low price of not less than eight hours a day. To tbe anything fact that ho hai ne7er ORIGIN A1V NKR.VE 3c BONIS to interfere with his regular rest each day TWO DOLLAIfii l'KB VEAK. Z.INIIWENX. In !?35 he attribute! bis In.ig life, good health and hnltle. Introdticr rrler. VSr. ;ru. .llnrxton Allen. A ,p.iwlfa, mw ami for hard work. cap icily ni lv rare for llheurnn lm. WitmIri.i OUlbores. iXODES ltiirm, Sprulna. senilis. I ut. Eg Civ. Si. John said in his speech at .ill oilier btHlily palm. I urmers and owner of Muck rcrunimvinl It hi tl' )r,t knmi n remedy -- OK ' I don't understand the tariff, Louisville, atL MioiilderHtralnM racked llecl.Scrntrhr. I'hnfea or Ualls, Kpralna. lorln. I Urn In the Ryn and I never caw a man who did." That el p. llrtnife of lmltatloun. Noatly and Cheaply Executed. Prop. juidManu, MIA-- . II. AI.LK.VJr..;!' may arite from the fact that he wouldn't fuclurer Olllce,.i.:t V..Tth Mt..'lncliinntl,0. hiiIu by nil DrusnUm. get on a tariff he cotilJ. - f Yeoman. MFor An acquaintance of the other eez re marked to a woman. "I never heard of BiVdii defile being cist out of a man" "N-vwas the reph; "they've got them Pro'r. per-nitte- GENUINE 1 "S7VQ3R.3S3L CLA8-M- lf - yet." WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and Lv-t- r Complaint? SMlcli's Vltallztr la guaranteed to cure you. For sole by Penny A McAUilcr. THAT HACKING COUOU can be so qulcklr curtd by Bhtloh's Cure. Wo guarantee It. Fo ale by Penny A Mc A lister. flUf Miff w la ffllflayir I e& M Positive Cure for Piles. To the people of thU county wo would aay that wehare boen given the ageucy of Dr. ilarthlsl's Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed to cure or mojey refunded Internal, external, Blind, Bleeding or Itching Plies. Price M conta a box. No euro, no pay. Penny A McAllster, JQf Dayten Steel Floors, Champion Steel Plows. Champion Sulky Plows, Lime Stone Plows, Lone Star Plows, Bissell Chilled Plows, Galo Ohilled' Plows, Maysville Hill Side Plows, Malta Double Shovel Plows, Mmkle Double Shovel Plows, Halls Double Shovel Plows, Minklo Pony Plows, Hall' , Pony Plows, Malta Cultivators, Druggtita. Daughtors, Wives and Mothers. Wc emphatically giuranteo Dr. Matchlsl's Ca- thollcan, a female remedy, to cure Female PUcu-e- s, luili ai Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulceration, Falling and dlplaeemsnt or bearing down ftcllcg, Irrrgalarlttlea, Barrenness, Change of Llfp, Leuconhwa, uiauy weaknesses springing from the abore, like Headache, Bloating, Silnal Weakn ta, Slecplewnras, Nervous debility, Palpitation of tbo Hear!, Ac. For aalo by druggists. Prices tl and ft PO pr bottle. Send to Dr. Marrblsl, Utlea, N. Y for pamphlet, free Fur Mle i Pi'iiny A UcAllstrr, Druggist. Something far the Baby What atenlul aitllc.Ioii abut the home la n croai, crying bab;' A youiig in in oa thu reiy edge of mitrloitny niUHt easily In frlgtencd tsj much oi tint am trow bti purpiie by of muilcat the boinwof lilt married frlonJ.. Yet nablMcry commonly only whm tbey are tick. One teaspjonful of Parkei's Tonic glrea the little one will bring real and s'efplo the baby aud all the houss. Only 3)catdru;;ltl', le-ul- Xo end to Plow. ! All hinds of Pious . Plows of all slxea Plows ironi 3.3 lo 50, ut nil Prices! Pious I FOR SALE bV "' GEO. Also iVagoBS, dealer In Unites, Carriages, Surrcjs, Sprlus? Wngous, 1'arni P.riiilniT MatUncir llarrcslliitf 3IaiIiIiic3,PIuiHer8, llarrows awl nil Kinds of j. WEAKEN, At. "'."' i Stanford, Ky., The residence of John A. King, a rethat Col. Sneers was a billtous crank, but wo had no idea ho was tired Philadelphia merchant, was burned so small a potato as to strike us from his in that city and he and four others roast February 24, 1885 exchange list simply becauso ol a little ed, "We were aware w. P. WALTON. IP I .Moke than a hundred yeara ngo, some old rebel proposed a monument to the father of his country to ba erected at Washington. The matter writ agitated at Would kindly ask your attention to tho fact that thoy havo jnsl returned interval, but not until Julr 4 h, 1818, was from tho cities with a largo, fresh and woll Bolcctod stock of the work begun and the corner etone laid of the imposing obelisk, which was on Bat unlay dedicated to the memory of him who wm "First in War, First In Peace and First When a man can't criticize a little Jackass. Endless in variety, dainty in quality, nnd satisfactory in prices, this wo guarin the Heart of his Cjuntrjmen." The antee Onr aim shall bo at all times to Btipply every want in our lino. The momentous question, "Who Struck work was begun on prWate subscriptions xndtho progrcsj wan slow till the begin- Billy Patterson?" so long unsolved, has at Hard-war- e ning of the civil war, when operations last been answered. After keeping his seceaecd entirely. Afterwards Cjngreas took cret for sixty yeiM, John Dwyer, of HaberConsists of tho standard brands of Europo and Amorica. Our largo lino 11DACKJ, HO. 1. the matter in hand and by public appro- sham county, Ga., let tho cat out of the train. Alcorn, Clark, house and lot at Turnersrllle 2 25 of cooking stoves includes tho justly colohratol "Groat Woatorn Roeervo" and The enthusiasm of the London popu- Drown, Hawkins, house and lot at Mlllcdgo- priation!) at last completed the ehaft which bag on his dying day by confessing that ho raauy other fatuity favorites. 1 S3 . rllle highest structure in the world. was present at the celebrated row and was lace for a vigorous proeoctition of the war is by far the OUIt CHINA, GLASS, AND QUEENSWARK STOCK consists in part At tbo dedication Saturday the weathtr the man who inflicted the blow. Thus on e in the Soudan reached its culmination Sat- Ilailey, Charles,9 lot on Hanging Korlc . .. 31 63 Burton, John, acres at Turneiarllle ........ of Tablo, Tea and Chamber Sets complete, Glaeawaro richly cut and etched. was terribly cold, but the crowd was there. by one are tho great questions solved and urday on the occasion of the departure of Burton, Phillip, 5 teres on McKlnner'a Senator Sherman made an addresn, so did we may soon be favored with even a better the Scotch Guards from the capital. 40 In tho way of Breadstufls wo name Buckwheat flour, tho queen of all tribes. Branch Jus- Bailey, Geo , hcm(j and lot at Huston Hie Jonathan J. Wright, 2 43 Our celebrated "G. M." pntcut flour unrivalled W. W. Cjrcoran, Col. Cisey and President solution of the problem "where was Moses for cako and pastry, whilo Beszley, 2 00 Arthur, though a correspondent says their when the candle went out?'' than at present tice of the South Carolina Supremo Court CI071I, WiJohn, 70 acrra near Bony rllle sley, 3 acres near Jasper's store.... 1 03 Rico and Hominy, our own paliotic products, nro arrayed as faithful adjuncts. from 1870 to 1877, and the only colored remarks were inaudible, but puff) of steam exists. C.'oyd, John, fc'r , 10 acres on McKlnnoy's All the delicacies in foreign and domestic confections aro hero. man who ever held that office, in that from their mouths was evidence that the fol1 4n We will "lay" even money that the Branch Tin, Stone, Wooden and Willowwaro, Electric lamps, Stationery, Canned 1 73 proceedings were being carried on accord lowing list will be announced as Cleve State, died in Charlesto n, Tuetday, aged Cloyd, Jo,2 arrts on McKlnnrj's Bracih 40. 1 85 Caldwell, Kph G acres near Mercltnd .Meats and Fruits, and a complete line of Cigars and Toluccos. in? to the programme, nnd at every little land' Cabinet: Secretary of State, Thos. Well this ia Frank Rankin, the Louisville murder- Craig. Charlotte, is acres on Hanging I'ork... ) IS Intermission the auditors stamped Approv- F. Baard, of Delaware; Secretary of War, oniy a hint of what wo havo. er who was sent to the penitentiary for life Dunn, ltlcbard, house and lot near Mlllodge-ingly. After the ceremonies at the monu- George B. McCIellan, of New Jersey; y rllle, 'Mand'Sl .. 8 25 Belioving that wo can mako it to your interest, wo confidently ask an exbut who was rescued by the Court of Apment, an historic address by lion. Robert 125 of the Navy, William F. Vila, of peals, baa obtained a change of venue to Glrens, Allen, 8 acres near Mllllgrllte amination of our goods anp your patronage, Gi Green, Vina, house and lot at Huitonrllle... Winthrop was read in the Cnpltol by Gov. Wisconsin; Secretary of the Treasury, Shelby county, which is the last of the case Good, 1'arlJton, 40 acres kcob land 8 10 Respectfully, TAYLOR BROS. Long, owing to that gentleman'.) illness, Danie! Manning, of New York; Secretary Glrens, Tolbert, Iioitso and let at Stiaferd, for years to come. asd an oration by Hoc. John W. Daniel, of the Interior, Joseph E. McDonald, of 43 53 and '81 6 . .. At a Coroner's investigation of tie re Gentry, Isaldnda, bouse and lot at StanAVrd . M r, of Virginis, concluded the programme-Jdi- . Indlann; Postmaster-GeneraL. Q C. fire in Philadelphia, Jo- Gentry, It , hrs cent alms-hous- e " " 10 " " Daniel it one of the most eloquent of Miseiippi; Attorney-Gener- al, A. seph Nadine, a negro 23 years old, commitUarlan, John, 2 acres near M&rlthl 113 opzaken in the country and in his effort II Garland, of Arkansas .-.- 1 M ted to tho institution as an imbecile, con- Hotter, (irten, 8 acres at Turuertrlll ho more thin maintained his reputation 1 i3 Hcuiton, Wm , lacrrn Vuob Uxl decid- fessed that he had set fire to the building, The Courtot Appeals has at last Hill, Jordan, lot at Bosyrlll .... 1 55 as an accomplished orator. The monued that the act establishing a Railroad and was instigated to the act by Peter Jones, Iissr, house and lot crar McKlnnty- 143 ment has been a long time reaching com DEALER JN Wo had J. Schroeder, one of the chief attendants. Commission is constitutional. Kentedr, Willis, heuieand lot at BlankrJ... 1 40 pletion, but it wai a grand undertaking Lewis, GarhiMl, hoss and lot at Turnershoped that the result would have been othHnrtl'.vn.re, NmltllcM, IIotno Nhoc. Oroccrlcx, and to day standing 275 feet higher than DANrlLLE. BOYLE COUNT T. 140 rllle ... erwise. Our Railroad Commission is about N'uIIh, QticciiHHurr, lUiRuy lVlilpit, Iron, the dome of the Country's Capitol and 45 Lackey, Wm., house and Iotatticlrd 2 Mr. L. H. Chandler has removed his McCormtck, Gretn, touseatdlot near Mil- - li on a par with our Board of Equalizition. lliiKKY WheelN, HloveM, Cano Mills, IIitrucMM, feet higher than tbo hitherto uneiailed laundry lo the store room beloogUg to E. Both are useless and ought to bo abolished. ledgerllle ....... ... . 1 10 SpolieH, GratcH, Clilcr MIIIm, Cologne Cathedral, it commemorates the 0!d political hacks fill the one and inex- B Russel on Main street opposite the Cen- McRoberts, Matilda, houso and lot en Hang- lllniM, Stoneware, Corn MiellorH, Collar, memory of a man w'io was as much great1 50 Ing Fork, 'Aland 'SI.... perienced men the other and both draw tral House. Moran, Coffey, house and lot In Klanferd...... 1 OS er than all other heroes as hid monument d In recent report of the much more money from the Treasury than Bit!'. , Henry, house and let In HHslotirllle... 3 00 Oliver Cbillsd, Champion Steel nnd Brinloy Combined Plow, Wooden and nirpiases all other structures. Long live their eervices could be worth in any event. nuptials, your correfpondtnt accident Held, Aaron. 5 acres on McElar.ey's Branch 134 Cast I'ampi, and the Celebrated Hayfleld Elevator. Tin Roofthat memory and the republic he founded. ... 40 ally omitted the name of Miss Laura Iloe, Battle, 18 acres at Ilonytllle... ing and Guttering; will have prompt attention. Most girlf, when they do not love a el- 1 00 is rare that a man grows so greatly in Shackelford from the list of bridesmaldi Scott, Win, 4) acres near MoteUod.... low, take special pride in telling bim so, flbcars, Frank, 2 acres en MoKIdbct's Dr'eli 1 10 J jonnJIrluht, Jr. popular favor as President Arthur has Mr. Gus Rammers, a college ttudtnt, Sins, Tbcr., 50 acres near Mason's Gap ........ 2 10 but Miss Jennie Hilb, of Cincinnati, was since his call to the highest ollice in the whose home is In New Caslla, broke his Tombs, Ira, lot at MIIWg-Tll- ls 1 2) .. an honorable exception. She was engaged nation. Scucelyknown beyond tha limits collar bone while c ossting Friday cvenlcg. Tucker, Lewis, house and let at etaBftnl.... . 1 40 to be married and rather than tell her 1 85 of his State four jena ago arid only there lover His nhyeicisn. Dr McMurtry, says he will Vandereer, Jim, 8 acres kaeblartd..... 24) that she could not perform her part Williams, Alice, lot In lluttoarllle es a politician of the be laid up 3 or 1 weeks. order, he of " " Williams, IiOiilM, .. 1 :o tho contract, she juujpid into a cistern has demonstrated to the country that be There was a German at the Opera Weather ferd, Willis, " . 2 4$ of freezing water and ended her bricht has the qualities of a Statesman to an emi10 House Tuesday night and a hop Friday Welch, Jsiuts, let on MeKlnner'a Branen. . young life. She deserves a monument. nent decree. Taking charge of his office at night, both of which were much enjoyed Walker, Thos, lot on McKlnne j's Hrsneh.... 1 10 1 85 A roiuiAL tender of the $111,193.18 by the large numbers of young people Warren, Sidney. 2 acres near BanrTilU a most trying time and with a strong feelwintrs, vo.'j. ing rcninst him, both in and outside of hii balance in the hands of Jude K. J. Breck- which attended. Eichorn's band from Adams, Joel II., K acres en Cedar Creek DIULXal IN 3 M party, he has succeeded in winning the inridge, to tho credit of the Louisville furnished tho music Adams, Wilson, b'r., 52 acres on Cedar Creek 6t rv . 1 11 urr a r u.-1n J"w respect of even his enemies and convinced K. of H. order has been made by V Col. W. F. Evans La returned from Bradr. Nichols, tot at lllehuiwd Junctitm 2 10 Drugs, Books, Stationery and v!'iT ' -- ju",vwdr &; Blacterhr, T. W.,0lacnsen Dlx Hirer 10 24 Fancy Articles. the world that he is eminently a man of and it is said that it will be ac- San Antonia, Texas, whero he accompanied Ball's, J J and John, hclrt, 181 acres en y ' . .7 affairs. He deserves, as ho will receive, the cepted to diy and the lorjg drawn out case his daughter, Mrs. M. J. Farris, who went 7 80 Physicians' tnrrrlptloBa Grtcn Hirer. '82, '83 and '81........ V TS A ' s accurately ecmprusdeil. finally settled. praise of ali good people. The courtesies to visit her husband who is spending the Dolllrts, J. It., 2 acres knob had.- ........ I 84 Also v,-- ' wv ffa Foley, Andrew B , 81 acre near dab Orch. iX a. s of various kinds that he has shown to the sTamsri ht-- h good friend, C. L. Thompson, winter there. Mr. FarriV friends will be Has our ard 5 85 incoming administration entitles him to glad to know that his health Is still im- Graham, M. ... .. of Hinton, W. Va., Bold the Mountain Heranl nife, 129acrM near C. O ... II 55 its gratitude and proves that he is a gentle ald? We have seen no proving. Mrs. Farris remained with him. llolttclaw, W. J , house, and let at Freach- announcement of Tho Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, man, who knows all that is due another the fact, yet the Misses Anna and Sue VaDMetrr enname of W L. Thompson Jewelry and Silverwara McDonald, Wash, 18 acris on Hanging Fork. 5 50 and acts in accordance. Arthur will live now appears on its first page as tertained their friends at High Tea Satur editor. lioberts, acres on 8 49 in the hearts of his countrymen when both day evening from 4 to 8 o'clock. Mioses Vaughn, JsmwT., sn seres on Dlx Hirer Brer lought to this market Irlce lower than Nancy E., Hi Dlx Hirer. 9 JO the Lowest. Wstcte. Clocks snd Jewelry Grant and Hajes shall have been forgotten NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Mamie Metcalf and Htllie Young and Wither.', Julia A., l'fi scr a oh Dlx Hirer ... 31 4) on short notice snd Warranto!. in their connection with the presidency. Dim-miBLACK, mo. 2 Madison supports 11 paupers in her Messrs. F. M. Wilson and Geo. Z 56 assisted the hostesses in receiving the Abrahams, Sarah, C arrts on Ball Hills........ Judge Samuel M. Boone, whose name poor house. '1 Burdett. . 2 00 C. ItHIGIIT. company which consisted of about 10 Blakelr, Joseph, teres on BIx Hirer ctmiMiv. An ice bridge nine miles long formed now appears as editor of the Somerset Wm., houie and lot In Maxrlllr, couples, 433 ALKI "Idtgraph, and whom we welcome to the at Niagara last week. 2 83 Cl Hon. W. B. Harrison was in town Brlggs, Brail;, lot in Stanford, '83 and '81.... 1 15 Mrs. James Russell Lowell, wife of fraternity with much pleasure, announces ' 1 SO in its last issue that "We are democrats of the American Minister, died in London Monday on business in the circuit court Butcher, Matilda, ' Baughmtii, Elijah," ' 2 00 Miss Julia Lehner, of Memphis, is visiting the grandest type." This is good news. Friday. Dawton, May, lot on Dlx Hirer 55 . . The Pennsylvania Senate defeated the Miss Nannio Barbee. Mr. Breckldridge Gardner, Jerry, 7 acres oti Dlx Hirer.. After feeding on the husks for years, the ... 1 G5 Jones, of St. Louis, is here an a visit to Hamner, James, 8 seres near Stanford 2 iS clever judge wavered In his faith a short bill pending for a whipping post for C33 3 relatives. Postmaster J. S. Linney will Iiocker, Lewis, lot In Stanford, 'SI and '88 time ago and ran as the republican candiWallaro, 1 05 lot In Stanford The fire at Fulton Friday night de- probably remove to Missouri, having pur Wallace, Thomas, lot In Stanford date for State senator in this district. But Lerlna, 85 IN- oshodiJ no harm and is now probably stroyed property valued at $10,000; insur- chased a farm near Oceola. Mr. L. L vriiiTU, so. 3. Bridgefard, of Centre College, class of 1881. Allen, C. M., 319 acres knob land. 3 00 ashamed of bucking against a regular ance $18,000. 1 35 John McKenzie, wanted at Somerset was in town Thursday, on his way to New Adams, Zacharlah, 30 acres democratic nominee, we are not only willAndrew, Susan, 82 acres 70 ing, but anxious to receive him back int o for moonshining, robbery and forgery, was Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Dunn, of Adams, II. S , 50 acres 83 Stanlord, were in town Friday attending Ball, Georgi W., 181 acres the fold. So here's to yon, Brother Boone. arrested at Burgln. 5 75 By a 60 the birthday. Bullock, Wm., 4 acres .... It stems to bo settled that Hon. T. F Michiganan exactly representativesvote the Mr. celebration of Washington's Givens, 2 10 Mont Schoffjr and S. G. House of of Bryant's. America, belrs, 100 acres agreed Bayard is to be Secretary of State and it. to Baugh, John, K8 acres, '81 and '81 4 73 submit a prohibitory liquor amendment this vicinity, have recently opened a drug Bastln's, Juda, heirs, 125 acres, '83 and '81... 2 33 trill be well for the country if it be a step to store at Howard, Kansas. Col. Wm. Duke Brlttaln's, iVoulsa, the people. -ANDheirs, 41 acres 70 ping etone to the presidency. A number The bill increasing the amount of ap- went to Washington City Monday. Chlnn, Gabriel T., 25 acrea OS The following business has been trans- Corn, Wra. T., M acres Secretaries of State have afterwards been of . . propriation for public buildings at Louis acted in Circuit Court since last report: i 30 president. Thomas Jefferson was Wash1 50 ville $500,000, making Its total $1,000,000 Several prosecutions appealed by Arch Cates, Hlchard, lown lot at Eoutb Fork. DeLancy, ington's Secretary of State, James Madi- passed 3 SO Denny deft, fiom police court continued DeLaney, Jermlma, 250 acret , '83 nnd '81 the House. " Jamcf , 150 aercs, " 2 25 son was Jefferson's. John Quln cy Ad until next teim. M. Peyton and John M. DeLaney, Catherine, 100 acres," A Pullman car on the O. & M. was " ICO Phillips, of the Stanford bar, were sworn DeLanej, Wm. , 43 acres ams, a secretary, afterwards became Presi- thrown 2 20 from the track near North Vernon, in as attorneys of this court. Spencer & Vtonj, Balllnger, 100 acres, '83 and 8 CONSISTING OF Van Buren was similarly eledent. 3 70 Ind., and the conductor and three other Holmes vs. L. & N. Railroad set for 22d Griffin, Hiram, 85 acres CO vated and so was James Buchanan. There persona were day of term. National Bank of Lancas- Gastlneau, Geo. 155 acres killed. 1 so have been several misses, notably Henry T. W. Horton, Georgo W., 55 acres.... The California Senate has adopted a ter vs. Miller set for Tuesday. 1 f5 ClayV, Daniel Webster's and James G. Jackson va. Frank Ilogan Ac, judgment Horton, James 8 , 50 acres resolution requesting the State's Senators for 2 .jj amount claimed and coats. Trustees Hubble, Milton P., 60 acres, '83 and '81 Blaine', but they all tried to get there. 2 00 Clip-peand Congressmen to oppose any measure of Danville tc Geo. O. Beddow, appeal Hutchison, John 47 acrea 2 CO The Richmond Rtguter has a sensible for the suspension of the coinage of silver. from police court, trial and verdict of Hutchison, Wm., W., acres... 100 2 83 editorial on the convict question, which At noon the other day Charles Porter RUiltr. Commonwealth vs. Wm. George, Hutchison, Hobert, 19 acres 2 $5 breaking. Demurrer to indictment Harris, Wm. H., 60 acres 1 45 concludes thus: "The coal fields of Ken- stole an overcoat in front of the court house sustained and causo the 2 15 tucky ought to be developed, and the con- house in Nashville, was arrested in the act, grand jury. Commonwealth ve. BentoDur- Harris, John 8., 50 acres W., 150 acre Harris, 3 85 AT ALL TIMES A FULL LINE OF victs are the men to do it. Another no inuicieu, iriea, convicted, sentenced and at ham, charged with shooting G. T. Helm , Horton, Geo. Henry F., 73 acres 2 CO ticeable feature is that In Pennsylvania 3:25 r. r. was in the penitentiary for one trial in progreo. Johnson, Asscnetb, 26 acres 1 10 James, Luclnda,2acres, '82, '83 and 'SI aad Ohio, where the canyicts do not work year. 55 THY IT YOTJllhli.liiv, lnenamo of Gen. Sir Charles Stew-ar- t Tho proof of tho imdJIngls not In chewing tho Jackson's, Thomas, heirs 43 acres 33 in the mines, there is always great trouble Lesch, Andrew J.. 1 acre 1 50 is added to the growing list of distin- string, but In baring an with the miners in the way of strikes. In opiortunlty to try tho A. eon, 03 acres 1 30 yourself. McBobcrts & Etagg.tho Druggists, Lane, Jacob M. Kansas, Tennessee and Alabama where guished English dead in the Soudanese Mitchell, John, 131 acres 3 20 war. Oan Stewart wai wounded in the hare a free trial LottloorDr. Bosanko's Cough and Minks, Wm., 177 acre they do work in the mines, the miners are I M groin in the battle of January 19, near Lung Syrup fcr each and crery onowho Is afflicted Martin, DarMson, 14 cere 2 03 entirely quiet. villi Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Consumption or any Same, agent, 80 acres Shebecat Wells, three miles from the Nile. Lunz Affection. 25 was given out just before the vote on Norrls, Wm It., 1 town lot at King' Moun ElMahdi's advance necessitated the re tain 2 78 the bill to place Gen. Grant on the retired moval of the wounded from Gakdul Wells, Oaks, Jermlma, 125 acres 1 85 list of the army, that he was suffering with a weary journey of 70 miles across the 3 10 Frlrltt, Samuel, 32 acres, '83 and '81 -- OF cancer of the tongue and that he was ar- desert, and this brought Powerr, Mahnlda, 131 acres," " 2 20 on a fever from Heynolds.W K., 100 acres, " " ranging his affairs with a view to being which he died 3 00 last Monday. In les3 than Rogers, John, Sr., 100 acres, '32 and '34 1 35 ready wbca the summons would shortly a month the British have lost Generals Swlrney, Samuel, 113 acres, '83 and '81 4 40 d come. It had no effect on the ' Gordon, Earle and Stewart, Col. Barnaby On Sloiulny, March 2d, 18S5, Smith, Elliabeth, 80 acres " 1 70 Congressmen, however, and now it is said 2 00 Sberon, John A., 118 acres and a number of other commissioned, I will cell the following prorertjr for State and Button, Mary, 100 acre that it was no cancer at all, but only an or80 the famous war correspondents, Came-ronan- d County Taxes duo mo as ShcrllTol Lincoln Co. lQ Sutton, fiamucl. 70 acres dinary sore mouth. Herbsrt, to say nothing of the Sargent, Folly, 83 acres t0 whites, no, 1. A whole temperance lecture is contain- officers 2 05 and privates Cooler, Wm. 16 acres on Ncals Creek 6 CO Stephens, Nicholas B., 53 acres ... . h1 in a single paragraph from Eminence. IL.4 I f.ll 2 80 10 10 Vpthegrore, Ellsha, 250 acre mai nave isuen in oattle or succumbed to Drjre, W. S. 9 acres tr Hustonrllle 1 25 ' Johnathaa Edwards got drunk and started disease. Thousands of other 3 5 20 Va ught, Francis M,, 8 acres Drjc, 8. victims are Fox, Pan0. CO " Peter Vandlreer B. 2 10 3 33 Warren, Peter, 51 acres botae and falling by the wayeide froze fast now being hurried to the front, just at the Faulkner, Emanuel, 73 acres knob land Wagoner, Joseph, 60 acres 1 33 2 83 . to the ground. When discovered both of bjgtnninzof the long sickly 1 40 3 SO Watson, John B., 20 acres season, and Foster, William, 03 acres near Moreland hla legs and one arm were frozen and they yet Mr. Gladstone C 20 1 33 Whceldon's, Wm., heirs, 81 acres announced to Parlia Good, Geo. A., 25 acres near Uuitonrllle All the above goods have been bought verv Low have since been amputated. 3 50 ment last night that it is the purpose of Gibson, Jackson, C2 acres knob land, 'S3 JL'Sl 3 33 Weaber, Wm. It., 133 acres, '83 and '81 4 40 Yowell, Samuel, 73 The Louisville Democrat shouliTnot tear the Ministry to evacuate Soudan as soon Greaham, B. D.,lot in Mllledgerllle, '83 A '31 2 03 Colli tr, Stephen, S3 acres, '83 and '81 108 acres, '8) 2 70 will be sold Haler, Darld E., C acres near Moreland.. the possible marign. We reits shirt these hard times. The comment as Wolseley shall take Khartoum and "vin- Harris, W. H., lot In Mllledgerllle 1 70 BLACKS, KO. 3. criticlzjs and credits us with came dicate the honor of England." Revenge is Injart, Ben F., 60 acres on Green Klrer, '82 that it McMallen, Logan, 2 acres..... 10 spectfully ask an inspection and invite competition. S3 and '84 1 1 3 CJ Mitchell, Thomas, 10 acres, '83 and '81 from the Breckenridge Xtvt as we stated, sweet, but frequently the game is not worth Jones, Mrs. Sallr, lot at Moreland so 2 IS Miller, George, S acres, 'S3 and '81...... though we fully endorsed it. tbo candle fLou. Times. and goods guaranteed. BRIGHT & 2 23 Kinder, William, 70 acres Vnob land h-- is criticism. But irjch alas, alack-a-dathe fact and heno thes-- tears. To be sure we never found any nws in the Pott which had not appeared cither in the Cincinnati Enquirer or the Courier Journal, the same morning, but its bitter editorial psgo worked like u charm when we were in a bad humor ourselves, and never failed lo bring a smile to see what a pestiferous fool a man could inako of himself. Bye-by- e Col. It is sad to part, but since you have said it so let it be. Yet it seems to us that Things hare come to a 1 ol a pass. a Jlasoo, Jonathan, 8) acres on Green Hirer... 2 70 Montgomery, Wcodson, 25 acres on McKln- 1 69 ney Branch, '83 and 'St....... 1 00 Masssy, Jam t, 59 acroa on Green Hirer fcatthews, Mirth. 16 acres nr Maioa'a (Is p.. 2 25 M 4 Tho Legislature of Oregon cdiourned Norton, Wra , CI acres on Green Hirer 2 50 without having elected a United Statts OMhm. Hebecca, lot at Mllledgevilie Hus-el70 acres netr I. Shelby J. It. Senator and tho Governor will have to apland s 50 point. Kile?, Partus. 50 acres knob land .. 1 85 Mrs. Miry Alice Bjlt, formerly Mrs. Smith, Thomas J , 10 acrvs on Grccu Hirer . 2 70 Godfrey, the beautiful widow In the Washin- 8catbrongh, Allen, m acres on Green Hirer 2 05 Slade, Com. F., lot - 4 40 gton-New Orleans Acklen scandal, has Btratton, Wm, CO at McKlnner Creek 1 W acret on Neals been placed in a lunatic asylum in New Smith, Joseph Me., 85 acres near Halls Gap 7 6) Terhune, Jatnts P , house A lot at MoreUnd 2 70 York. It is reported that a woman at Alli- Ttrhun, John A., Iiousj A lot at Moreland.. 3 15 Terhune W. ance. O , gavo birth to twins at the skat Witbcrson, B., house and lot at Moreland.. - 2 M Laaarus, house and lot at Miltako ofT the rolling rink. She refused to ledgerllle 3 55 ers as she was engaged to skate the next Wright. 8usan, bonso A lot at llustonrllle... 10 CO Webb, Kilns, 50 acres near I. 8ho.hy B 40 music. Troubles never come singly. The O. Waggoner, Thos., 42 acres on Green Hirer-.- .. 2 10 " " Wllcher, Oco.W.,4J " .. 2 01 & M. had another accident Snturday, in " ' Wllcher, Jas. W., 6J . ... 2 23 which many Cincinnati people were injur- Walls, John A., 1 ,... 1 15 ed by an express running Into a commuter's Wells, J. n. A Co , hole. 1.1 lot at McKlnney 10 55 l, The New Groceries and Hetrdware House of (I)) ..,.. TAYLOR BROS. and Pocket Cutlery T . Our Sjc-retar- l, Li-ma- W. H. HIGGiBS, IapCover, White-Rowlan- I It Sfii-MUiP- pot-houi- e 1 FeBmy & MfMmim PHARMACISTS, 1 s; r-- WsfaffifsLr ONarW 'V cov w. JEWELERS. "'f I . ed tt ir. r. J. aaMaoHHM wife-beate- rs. BRI6H T& CURRAN DEALERS two-thir- .. Groceries, Hardware, Queensware. FARMING IMPLEMENTS, J-- 1 Furst and Bradley Sulky Plows, South Bend and Hamilton r Turning Plows. l I It SIIERIJFJF'S 8AIE LAND FOR TAXES! hard-hearte- Mitchell and "Old Hickory" Wagons. Our Carriage department will be full and complete with the best makes of Carriages Buggies, Surreys, Phaetons, Jayguar Wagons, Buekboards. be-sid- We also havo a Largo Lino of Walking and Riding Cultivators. Solo Agents for Walter A. Wood Harvesting Machines. at smallest and 1 Prices J. S, 3IENEFEE, Sheriff. CURRAN. -,- h Sbu-Mttk- ie nteriorottriral Nnv Plow In the Fikld.-Se- e "Imperial." -- RELIGIOUS. OARRARD W. II. aigtslnn. COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Ituted, Ky., . Mall train going; North February 24, 1885 ate vicinity alone were TIME CARD. .12 ,. 1 a 1,000 Iambi in this immedifrozen during the present seveic snap. ii Fully Call & N. LOCAL 5 Bzprttilrilii" ( Tho toTO Houth.., Houth,. ....1 M worn ...MMM 12 A.M. 30 A. Mt r. m. r. u. pty your mibirilpiion, get a fancy cilcndar or you Nell and tome other In, chromo printing for the children, n li calculated on atandard time. total .ttouHO ruloules fastar LOCAL NOTICES. Bolar My store is full of grocerisa of every description and muit be solJ. Ihrgains can be had by bringing the oieh. 8. S. Myers. I I Buv jour school books from Penny & We hare taken the Agency for the A'An McAlister. Powder and are preptred to make estiLANDlimu's Garden 8ml, fresh sndi;en-uin- e mates on blowing up stumps. Uricht & drunkard. at Penny & McAlister's. There will be preaching at the PresbyCurran. Watches nnd Jewelry repaired on ntiort terian church Friday at 7 r, yt.t after son. Our farmers who have shipped tobacco nolle And warranted by Penny A McAlis-tcr- . A New Coal Yard is being opened by which Transylvania Presbytery will hold this season have realized better prices at Geo. D. Wearcn on the old Christian a special meeting to receive Iijvs. II Mil- Louisville than at Cincinnati. If we had A complete stock of Jewelry, latest style. Kockford watches n specially. Pen- church lot. Ha U agent for the Living- ler and A. H. Moffett. The installation of railroad communication with Louisville, ston Cjal Co, formerly known as the Rev. A. 8. MofTett as pastor of the Presby- most of our producers would go theru. ny A McAlieter. Mfr J. It Younjr, of Baltimore, Farmeiis, Read This. Qo to Dr. M. Gooden Mines, which is superior to any terian church will take place on Saturday and J W. Powell, of Louisville, were here L. Uourne'n drug store and get one pickaxe coal on the Knoxvlllo Hranch railroad, at 11 A. m Sermon by Dr. Green, of Din-vill- i; on business last week. Mr. W. O Sweeney of gam A. Clark's Ilojr Remedy. If yon Leave your orders at his bisincsa house on charges to the pastor and congrega- has returned from Cincinnati. Mr. Sam are not satisfied after uslns; It your money Main atreet'and you will get the best coal tion by Key. J. J. Chieoim and Hsv. will be refunded. J. E. A. Walton is buying tobicc? at Kirks on the market. Triplett. There will be preaching also at vllle.The opportnities for sleighing were nevPERSONAL Those of our reader who remember 7 i'. M., and a sacramental service on Sab- er better in this latitude than on list Friday Mii-Lavinia .Shannon, the pretty little bath at which Kev. J. E. Triplett will as- and Saturday, aid they were so cenerally Mm Mollie Davoiiertv is back blondo of Mirs Julia Hunl'rj first company sist the pastor. taken advantage of that it looked at one from a visit to Knoxvlllr. time as if tie entire universe had turned riicMsy mothers couple of Vir that the brought hero, will be interested to out for a sleiph ride. LAND. STOCK AND CROP ginia gentlemen, aro here representing the know that sbo is a star now herself, with Little O lie Hackley, a a troupe known as the Lavinia Shannon of Mr. Elijth Ktllej of this pjace. wes J. E Bruce bought of Ware & Ibbin-so- n Valley Mutual Insurance Co. terribly burred a few days rinco. While a yoke of cattle for $100. He. J. A. Uoole brought hia daugh Combination, fihe is the wife now of Gi'es Shine, but still retains her maiden Tobacco Ii quoted iu the Louisville standing in front of fie grate her clothing ter, Mi Kate, here yesterday to take the caught fire and before assistance came she market all the way from $3 75 to $5 for was seriously burned on the arms and stige for Lancaster, where aho is attending name. This week she plays in Carlisle. bidy. It is feared she can not recover. c allege. The Wodford San says: "The Jnteiuoii lugs to $12 and $10 for fancy leaf. Isaac P. Shelby has purchaeed45 feed Mlt D. U. Kdmiston is bck from journal 01 last I'rulay ontaineil an orSomerset. Tne Jiepubtiean finds that New Orleans. Ilia companions thilhcr, iginal short story of unusual merit. Wo ing cattle of 8imon Well, at $03 per head, within a year Somerset hai erected 23 residence, two churches and two busineia Observer. Mear. J. S. Hocker and E. II. Harden hops 'Slwel' (LawU) will keep his hand or S5 10 per I wo good Alderney cows with vounir houses at a cat of Slio UUU nnd thai the went nn to Texas in." Brother Il3wmar is a competent judge taxable property Las Increased from $311,- -- Oih T.THili, Judge M. Sautley and is pretty good on reading backwards, heifer calves, for sale. Oje is a j Alderney 000 tj $32'J 000 Thtri are 1 700 inbabi- establisha and P. M, McUolwrls, K ci., went to I)iiis. but he didn't hit the rex as well as he did with a I calf and the other is half Aldr-ne- r UiiiS. John M Mc Roberts, 8r., Slnn'ord. ment with a cipjxvy of 23, 000 a day, the llle Teterday to defend a man named Hay thnnsiueof the writer, who in a lady as D. C. Tcrhune has bought of "Wm. town now has two jsirelry etores, two hardfor counterfeiting. lovely of fell ore and form as she is talent-nn- d furniture and undertaking Cloyd, of Carey county, 21 head of good ware stores, two one clothing Mil. and Mm. John A. Hindi?, of accomplished. She favors our readestablishments, store, two taiHilw Crtek, were the gotst of Mr. W. II ers with another story this Issue which will long yearling mules at $81 per hesd; of J. lor shops, one boot acd shoe store, eight L. Neal, of Mercer, 1 head of yearlings, dry goods and groceries, six groceries and INggina. Mr. HIgglns u an applicant for be concluded in the next. at $82 60 per head; of W. J. Hanna, 2 at confectionaries, three millinery stores, three the Richmond postcQlce. restaurants, one saddle and harness store, notheii Man Killed. 'Squire James $70 per head. Harrodsburg Democrat. Missia M attic Williams and Mona three barbershops, two butcher shops, ore II. Eisop, who camo in for the County AtLancaster Court About 100 cattle green grocer, one tin shop, five blacksmith Lackey, of Hloomiogtop, III , but at pres- torney yesterday gave us the particulars of on the market, mostly eecond grade, sold shops with woodwork combined, one ul attending Hell Hjmlnary at Danville, a killing that occured on Green Klver 8U at from 4 to 1J. Large number of plug sScp, two ohl dialer, one steam spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. John urday about sundown, which bears consider- horses sold at $75 to S100. A fsw mules laundry, seven saloons, four hotels, one J. Mcltobf rt', at the St. Asaph Hotel. ably the oJor ofawillfnl murder. James were sold at from $100 to $125. Ware & llmrinz mill, one photograph ss gallery, exand a Mils. Maky W. IbwMAN Iim returned press office, post office third-ilaIt. Gragjand Simuel T. Gnjg, brothers, Robinson, of Lincoln, sold to Terrell, of National bank with a capital of $50,000 It from the N'aw Orleans Imposition, delight were out that day with Kibert Prewitt, Garrard, 30 head of second grade cattle at has also five whit nnd two rolored churched with its magnificence. Mr. am' Mrs. oolored, and together, they went to $31. Crowd MtVr sraill and businesi es, one college, a $10000 court house and J. V. Mc.VIIster, who went with her thithan$S,O00jvl, two nwsp.iptri, one job all seeming on the best of teims. dull. printing office, four phyiieians, two er, cxtendrd their trip to Sun Francisco, Returning from McKinney they stopped at two civil encieecrs, fifteen lawyers HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. Newt StnllhV nnd got a jug of brandy, of LOCAL MATTERS. (no rosm for any more,) three house and Apology is due to the ground hog foi slpn pilnt'P", two plasterers, ten carpenwhich all pirtook liberally. When they To&Acco dower should try the White arrived at Jim (tragg's house, so he and the avault on his reputation by the Inte ters, two bricklayers and fire shoemakBurley at W. H. UUs.la'. ers. his brother state, the negro ordered them rior Journal two weeks since. Six people were killed and four buildWe aro seriously thteatencd with a and als) demanded U100r.1T line of bird ceges ever brought to get a supper fir him ings wrecked by the explosion of natural " the paymeut of 10 cents that he claimed coal faraiuc, which, if it falls upon us will gas at Wcllsburg, W. Va. to Stanford at Bright A Currant. that Sam Gr.U't; owed him, saying that he retard the further progress of ths temperSLKEH.Rs.SMGUT8 mJe nilicrstit e by that lions, to the wife of engineer Delph, intended to have it or the lives of both cf ance enterprise for an indefinite period. terrible cough. 6MIVs Cure Is the remedy for yesterday, at the Junction, a 12 pound of them. Jim Gragg ordered him out and Sam Offoos hailed the advent of his you. For rale by Fenny A McAllitcr. boy. he went but returned with an ax, with first born boy on Thursday last. John Bucklen's Arnica Salve. For Kent, Two desirable dwelling which the men claim he stru:k Jim. The Jones meekly reports a girl. Thompsie The beat Salve In the world for Cuts, Bruises, houses at Richmond Junction. Huff Dud two then overpowered him nnd getting the Cooper is nursing again. IJjt pshaw! this Borif, Ulcer, Salt Itboani, Fever Sorea, Tetter, ax, Jim strnrk him with tho hack of it paper Ins not space in which to record our Ch.irpoJ Handf, Chilblains, Coma, and all Skin derir. Eruptions and positively eurea Pllea, or no pay additions to the census. of good three times in the face and bead and then I want to rent 10 or &0 sere I Is guaranteed to gUo parfest satisfacAmong those reported on tho ick tion or rat jnMunded. rrlci2S centa per box. J, K, turning it severed his jugular vein with blue gras Itnd, near Stanford, the blade. Any one of the several blows aro Mrs. Daniel Stagg, who is improving; Hrialel Penny & McAlliter. Hughes. would Imc b?cn fatal. A coroner's in Mrs. Sam Brown seriously ill; Mr. Alice The Beatify of Youth. For cousin, ooldrf, &c, use Couip. Syrup quest was held Sundav and a verdict ren- Miller (late not gaining; J. P. Nom'tUr hoirtailuuia or stalwart a young of White Pine, in 25 and 60c bottles. Pre- dered In acordance with the abovo facts. Goode, town marshal, confined to his house man may be otberwlie, nothing can make up for a Ehlnlnj talents aro attra pared by McKjbetti A Btagg. There was no witness to tho deed and the for several days, and a great many others partially bald head. Is buta shining pjll not. The caum miy be H. J. DAiurr offers for cale 2 building men thinking that their stories will acquit more or less seriously indisposed. alelnesjoranythlnj elie, yet Parker'a Hair BalThe protracted visitation of arctic aam will stop the loss of the hair and start a new lots, 60x132 feet, between Stanford and them of the killing gave themselves up and yesterday afternoon had their examining weather has for the time put a check' upon growth of gloy and soft hair so quickly as to Rowland, well located and accessible. original color at tho - - mm trials at the place of the tragedy. The fact every character of business. Eren amuse- surprl'oyou rtjrlng the agnlnst old man Alex. Cop that the men were on such intimate terms ments seem to have lost their interest. Bsmjtlme. Not a dye, not oily, delicately The care Only standard 50c dressing. page, of Cisey, held for counterfeiting has with the negro show that they regarded Hope defered is making many a heart sick liberty. him as good as themselves and disproves as the remorseless mercury lingers day been disrals ed and he Is again at SETT ADTEnTISKMMTI. I AM diily receiving a splendid assort- their story of his violence towards tbem. after day around the frigid sign of zero. repuKereey's Combination came on time ment of Spring suitings, which I would be Jim Gragp, we understand, bears the glad to have my customer and the public tation of having killed another negro in and afforded our! people a graceful enter II. G. Kuplcy, The Kansas, and It is rather strange that he tainment. They labored under the disad call and examine. SHALL should have to continue the business here vantages of a hall in an unfurnished state, TO ALL WHOM THESE PBE3CST8 COME Tailor. tVWe have no doubt that a sltllllul cro'a weather cruelly cold and roads unsafe for frt ttialth .1V Af PMlTllirT. 1RS5. I Seven Inches. Mr. John 8. Hays questioning will so mix the men up in travelling. Under the circumstf-ncee- , executed and delivered to the Agent of the Com howbined Machine Company 01 Cleveland, unio, b brought us the measurement of the ice on stories as to disprove them altogethever, they had a pretty good audience each note, raj able 12 months after date, for 1163 with show-jn- g their from date, payable at Farmers National Mr. John M. Keld's pond Saturday, er. night and addressed themselves to their Interest Stanford, Ky., now all banking corporaBank of that it was a little more than seven tions ire warned not to purchase said note. It work with a hearty good will that was re MARRIAGES. was obtained by fraud, misrepresentation and In- inches. It never gets any thicker in this freshing. Kertey is undoubtedly an artist tlmldatlon, and rill not b nald. a. it. srASaLER. W. W. Jones, Eq, the young man and each member of hirs troupe evinced climate. F. F. BOBBITr, Attorney. who got ret down upon by Gen. Frank genius and training not usually found in Crab Orchard, February S3, 16S5. The K. C. cfTVr tickets to the presiden- Wolford in his race for Congress, is ts mar at $15 our amateur exhibitions. The individu tial inauguration at Washington daughter of Mr. and Mrs. als of the party are exceptionally good T. Sale commences on ry Miss Loulle, for the round-trip- . A Wheat at Columbia looking, relf possessed and well behaved d, and tickets Sinclair Sth and ends March the -loving wife with a prospect of $10,000 is and made an impresiion decidedly favorare good till the 10th. The L. ft N. )nt much better than a seat in Congress and able. them on rale now it S1C.10 those who have been sympathizing with AND PAPER HANGER. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. The postmaster and the bank oftlcials Mr. Jones will confeba that he is not left VrMMtVlllns Paper Hanging a Specialty. All . ....--.,Managed by Jno, B. Fish. were the only patriotic people in town out in the cold by any means. rdera t'rompuy Aiienueuio 400-- tl STANrOBD, KV We learn on pretty good authority They obiervcd Washington's yesterday. There was a yety small attendance at birthday by taking a holiday, but unlike that our jovial young friend and former county court yesterday. s the bilance of us they get the same pay townsman, Dr. O. II. Mcltoberts, of LibersadMt. Vernon now has a ty, has decided to give up single cussed-ne- ss dle and harness makers establishment. whether they work or not. and will next week lead to the altar OrrosiTK Coukt-Hous- k The pavement and roads have been The adjuster who came here to Bettle Miss Mattle L. CoOay, of Casey. They beKENTUCKY, week that DANVILLE, - -with Hon. G. A Lackey failed to do so. gin life together on the same day that so covered with ice for the last it was almost impossible to get out. llBrl.tmPil that the house was not worth Meals are served at all hou a. Game always on Cleveland assumes the affairs of the govand simThere is one case of scarlet fever in hand and In Its asason, oystera fresh fish, en short $3,000 and after agreeing to leave it to ernment and start the new era under the ilar delicacies served In all styles and Restautown, Ltttle Cecil Crook has been very notice. Look out for the algu "Woodbine competent carpenters to sav what it was most auspicious circumstances. sick for several days, At this writing she rant" and call when you aro hungry. backed out, Mr. Lackey says, and worth, IV. JltlSOSHEIJlEIZ &CO;, is greatly improved. DEATHS, Danville, Ky. oflered him $2,700. The Company Is the Ashley Oirens and family start to adjuster's acHome of New York and the Mrs. Moore, wife of Dr. Green Moore, to make their h,ome for Missouri Road and Bridge Letting! tion has not helped lis popularlly here. of McKinney, died Sunday of consump the future. There will be several other She was tion, leivinc four little children. Pealed proposals will bo recolved until Istnx. families to start in a few days. The -- Veic Irons publishes a letter purMacadamizing of Grading QO. 1183. fur the leading and Stanford by way had fully prepared her from from Gov. Simon Bolivar a good woman nnd tho Turnplko porting to be The Court of Appeals has affirmed of Dudderar'a Road and Goshen Church to tho Gar-...- ,l Mill self for the great change. Mnnl, linn. nil also for Ilia bulldincof an Buckner to Judge Owsley supporting hh the decision of the lower court in the case S. P. Walters, President of the First iron HrlJiro across Dlx River. Specifications of which has of McClary, &c , va Adams, &c, and tho one of application for the Collcctorsbip to the rth wlllt given upsn application reserved National Bink of Klcbmond, died at tho The right li Superior Court affirmed the lower court's President of the Compsny. Communlcatlonashould a P. 8. saying. "I suppose I can say you to reject any and all lids. Louisvillo Hotel, in Louisville, Thursday will not be a candidauo lor uovernor. judgment in case of Melvin vs Houk & Ue addressed to tho undersigned at Gilberts Creek, excelLincoln county, Ky. Wheal am Collec- evening last, aged 09. He wa an Oiwlcj'dreBponteie: Bros. Presbyte- ftKVIH VUDDRItAIt, President answer your ques- lent business man and a staunch applicants for office in this county The Slanlord, Dlx Klver, Garrard Co. A Whlto Oak tor I'll feel bsttcr able to Turculko Road Company. (ll'j.St) rln'Of paralysis, at 2 A. M Saturday, Mr. are few; Hon. Geo. W. McClure is an aption. In the mean time hustle up your Louisville and friends. Benjamin F. Eubanks passed ijuletly from plicant for Pension Agent at posibe a neyer earth In the 68th year of his ago. Born in it is very likely that he will get the The weather continues to tion. Mrs. M. E. Brown, wife of Dr. J. J. Each Bnap this county, whero moat of his life wsb falling source of remarks. Brown is an aspirant for the postofilce at FOR with theformer in severity un-t- il spent, he made hosts of friends who bear seems to vie shade willing testimony to his honesty, probity this place and we hear that Mrs, J, L. Jop. the last has hid them all in the lin Is alio an applicant for the same posiFriday morning the mercury was down to and uprightneis of life. A good neighbor, tion. had a kind husband and a loving father, he will 2 degrees below and Saturday it g A collision on the Virginia Midland be miesed in tho community, which can illy 6 below zero. Sunday morn-locrawled to yesterday spare him, A wife and five children, all near Alexandria, caused the deaths of four It hid gone up to 10 but Mustang Liniment is older than been grown, survive htm and sorrow at a loss persons and the serious wounding of many had dropped back to 5 above. It has never be filled. A funeral sermost men, and used more and which can well mon was preached at his late residence at others. In addition to the 20 cars burned, the longest cold spell this winter os more every year. It is estimated that $200,000 In currency as the severest. 8arely we can not have 10 A. M. Sunday by Eld, Jos. Ballou and Retting so the remains brought to Boffalo Springs was dietroyed, half of which was in the many more such with the sun cemetery for interment. postal and the rest In the express car. near to us dally. grand-daughtcwt.-Lexln- gton There is 4 young preacher in town who knows a great deal about the little plaything known as a "Limber Jim." Ask him about it. F.tith or the prayers of the faith cure people rould not ave Harry Hammerman; who fell over dead while petitions were being offered in his behalf at the Louisville Faith Cdre The Eoglish evangelist, Varley, is creating a sensation in religious circles in Louisville, notwithstanding the picture that the Gmricr Journal gave of him Sunday makes him look like a ewaugeriug Lancaster. A parly of our young people attended the Imp at Danville last Friday night. Several of our citizens went over to Stanford Sundav ti attend the funeral of Mr. Benjamin F Eohanks. Mr J. L Croucb, of IVndleton county, was here Saturday with a view to pur chasing a farm in this county. A roller skating rink will probably 6pen at the hall in a short time. It will be managed by Lexington parties. It can be authoritatively stated that Sam M. Burdetr, of this place, is not an applicant for Collector of Internal Bevenue. "Unly a farmer's mughler" will be played ut the city hall this (Tuesdav) evening. A good audience should greet this troupe, it being the urn one ol the sea 3 jaf t ?'V PJ . ""J srV Choice Preserves Jelly, Apple Butter in Bulk . a litf-'idi- s brrk-mukin- gun-ami- th y, den-tisl- and Cheap 8" lit ; 8 H m 0ei) at T. R. Walton'i nn Corner Main -. ... and Somerset Streets. BOSIEY, T. HOUSE PAINTER! -- -. first-clas- Mnsonlieimer's Restaurant j. r. y -- I 9 gr . ,.. . $ Man and Beast. as?fjss 'PORTRAITS ofthe prominent. THE BIRTHDAY 11 OF WASHINGTON Cuiium-momlc- PBOrHIOSlh t Look, Raad -- and Remember ", 1, THE CHEAT aPcfou Who nro Attending tho Most Ccip eral Attention .Inst Now. Stanford, Ky., Cnllcil glutei Scnnlor-Kle- Aad Hon on Two Occasions, Himself February 24, 1885 ct (ol ZJ rrxouisuv a.t DANVILLE, KY A-- ALEX. ANUBKOON, x.a.av, from Arkniisat Will prsctlc In th CoutU of Bojly and adjotalng eoontiM Mid In tha Court of Appoats. n. j. wan.Jkivw. t Attorney Itockcitle Circuit Cour. And MuUr Comtoluloner MT. VKllNON, KY. Will rrsctlce la th Mockcwtlo e.Courti. nihility. Office la Oourt-housUoni of a choice lnud llrmd, fruit at all times. Alto k Irctit Una or TnU'jsot ail klaJi. am aluo prcparrd to do haklus for cuilomart. All order for Icing and orniaiantlogaxaeuteil at short nolle. , X 303-2- TltT j. tT HARRIS Okcrand fiilllloa lint nllh T. ItAKKMB. 1 J-- Oollf- M1 OPERA HOUSE, BTANKORD. KY. Through Trunk Line I atiiifl 7 " Offlco-Bo- uth IiSB TimUUFFMAN, x jii x' " i.T. 7TTTt , r W oiAnruiu'i tide Mta 8tret, two doon W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor .. i c. wi.vrnor. AVhen tho cornerstono of tho Washington monument was laid, on July 4, 1848, In the presence of President Polk, the member of the cabinet, senators, representatives, and a host of other persons, Robert C. Winthrop, then speaker of tho houso of rep rcsentatlve, delivered tho oration. It would have been u most happy and appropriate event if, after an interval of nearly 37 years, now that tho noble shaft, capped and completed, sdand against the sky, tho iuaugural address in honor of the consummation of the work, on Washington's birthday anniversary, could have been made by tho same and now venerable, oiator. This was, for a time, confidently expected ; but illue has intervened, and it has been decided that tho oration prepared by Mr, Winthrop shall bo read by the lion. John D. Long, a representative from Massachusetts, in tho presence of tho president and cabinet, judges of tho supreme court and tho members of both houses of con guess assembled in tho hall of the house of representatives. Mr. Winthrop was n cotemporary with Daniel Webster, having studied law under the latter, lie is a lineal descendant in the Btxth generation ofthe first pilgrim governor In politics ho represented of Massachusetts. kls district in thj Massachusetts legislature from 1833 to 1SI0, when ho was elected to congress, remaining; there until 18.V), when he was chosen to succeed Daniel Webster in the senate, tho latter having accepted a place in President Fillmore's cabinet. After 1MI his political career ended, and ho devoted himself to pursuing literarj'i archaeological and charitable employments, having for years been president of tho Massachusetts Historical eociety. He has also published several volumes of a historical and biographical nature. KODEriT t, ParoHltroui Oxtd On adialnlitrd whsn DB. W. D. PKNNV, BTANFOItD, Bltaof 8lg,0itO. Elitht coiatilata Kti of Been rr Bollng capsclty, Including gillcry. MO. abort Kcatonablo ratca to good attraction!. Addrai j. J3ont.lnt. KENTUCKY. n Gr. Dvceaurr. bttee on Uneuler atreet. I xt dor tp Ijtr-BtoJocaif t office. Ottc bonis ftpia 8 M.tod 1 io6 P. M. AnMlhillciRdrolaUl.red whn uoi-Jj- r. Loulitllle, Ky., Cincinnati, 0., and IodlaatpolU, 1. U. Baldwin A Co., 4 a Ftiohsr, loit-offl- c, H mW&,t&2?m -- KXraKSBXTS- ImUdealcnlntitdlnway W. P. McCIjABY Co.'a Cottaca, Upright and Square l'taoo Fortea; aho tha Eatey, Hhcnlnst--r and Hamilton Organ. Imtroment uld at prlcoa and tenai to ault pur chater. Don't gUa your order till you get our y, Ualnr', J. A A Bona'. Decker Uroa.'. Vom A Bona', llaldtrtn i Without Cfianga and wilh Speed SHORTEST AND mwAnyy MM QUICKEST ROUTE ritou Loirsvaut to tiis JAMES K. JOXES. I. Teh. 21, 17J2. George's news. y sZZ7hears theglac pa Is a candidate f.ir reprMenlitlTa of Mneola lubjact to tba action ol tha daaocraer. Jcoun-t- price and term. Danillle, Ky. SOUTH & WEST J.ck.onrlll., -- JOHN H. B1ILL.GB Lincoln coun. Ii a cindtdiU 'or rprentatlTa of to tba action Islitura. lubjKt ty In the oaxl of the democracy. Stanford Female College. STANFORD. KY. Without PIIIIII1U P1DC h..iitiii., chaag to Maphi., rULLmAll.bAno Llltl Hock, Mantgomtry, Mobile, and Nw OrlMni. Atlanta, Sataaaab, The recently elected senator from At kansas. wh'j is at pi ewnt vrvln;r tho xtutc ns a representative in congrew.it.a native of Mississippi, whore Ik received a classical education. At anny. A fter tho war ho rctuni'd to his plan tation and ii'iualned thorn until IS7I5, when In began the pnetice of law. When tho const! tutional convention was called Uo wat n mum bor of the stato snato nnd was under the new ontitutiou. In 1ST" he was chosen president of, the state filiate. On Dec R, 1881, he first took his teat in tho house ol rcpreMutative, which ho has occupied since, and where ho is at present ssrving as a mem her of tho way and means committee. At tho ago of 4'. Scnator-tilqc- t Jcn, w ho, by the way, will constitute tho thin! Jones in the senate, U a man of Jdc:u and well qualified for tho great trust he is honored with. Chief ol Hie WnmniiS Department at tin Orleans tho ago of ii tio entered tho CoufederaU How the Miell Acted. With Full (Detroit Kruo Tress ) D. In going over tho battlefield of Malvori will open It Flflcontb 8ulon Hill wo came across one of tho monster shelli I a (andldato to reprcient Lincoln county .In ilho Thi ImtltutlonMonday In Septomtxr next. oo tba lit thrown from gunboats In Turkey Bend. At next O'neral AtMiably, ""'"J1 ,0 lhe clloa 0 hour later, in going up tho Vnrutun road, wi tbe Dm:crcy. ALL THE BBANCIira OF A met four colored men driving amulo one" A. G. tin HON. cart and told thorn of tho location of THOROUCHENCUSHCOURSB relic. Thoy hurried oft? to get It, and vn d a Candidate lor Senator In lhe Dlitrlct wiiinoa-iwent Into tho national cemetery. Just ns th Are taright, ai wall m Bojlr, Lincoln. Caey and Oarrard. uldfcl of party were ready to return to Richmond thi lo tba action ol tbe betaocratU party. LltcUon MUBIO, THE IiANaUAOEB. DHAvV-IN- O mule belonging to tbo colortl gang cam first Monday In Augini. DR. J. l'ETTOS a (tops of Teachers, Ja..l,c' L'T w'tl""t Chang. SHORT LINE TO THE EAST rroaa LouIitIU la r.lacaCar witboulchaBg. BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA TAMJOTr CrniUilrlll I O Una ol ttil road will receive apeclal low rate. See Acaot. ol tbli CmphT for rale, route Ac. er writ. C. P. hUW, Q. P. 4 1. A. Loulavllle. Ktr. PHInDlHTC 3"'ln''"ieontha AND PAINTINO. clattering past, having tho thills dragging behind hun. Ho was pretty cloauly followcc JUDGE THOS. IV. VARXON by ouo of tho negroes, who went by us at i unexpired term if 2:10 gait and would not stop to answer ques IiacardlJaleto flU out the ud& W: Uro.n. dee'd, a. County JudK.. of In Tuition, nriee rani from 115 to tSO tn th tions. Iu about five minutes a second out LlncoIn,tiUJ'ciia)inB iciou ... otv.-.regular DepartmenU. i'rliaary.fU; Intarmadlata came up, hat off and face coveted with blood rTectlon Augmt, 1883. Uv, l'r,araloJy, liO. and CollegUt, ko. w hat lmc As be stopped to pant ho was happened. "Pbw-powf- GHESnPEnKEiO -- OHIO HY. TERMS MODERATE. Kentucky's fat full oartlculart. u to Board. Ac.addrM. 1rlHelpatl, MaWt. H. V. THUKHKAHT, Atanbrd. Unroln Co.. T. 71 Route roa- East y .nr Xnglnccr of the Washington .Monument. Ml una. m uowe. tiiiiw, Ixhs!" he gasped out. "Aren't yon one of the men who went nftci tbo shell i" Thi notice forewarns "'Deed I Is, an' I'ze ono of do nieu wht tramranotto trvpaaaon hunter, Ashrmo and our land without found it, too!" a all such ret are liable to he procccutcd full axtealof h la ia th "What happened Signed. rjtanlora, Ky aiarcn uii, ihi "We dun out tobroko him up widdoax UuaAW.M.McCormMk. D. McKlttrlcJt, De mewl has gone by, Julius Henry has gotx H.T. limn, A. W. Carpenter, C. HUhon, by, an' heah I is, whilo de rest of do crowc K. Kld, Leil llubbla, am maldu' fur do Jcemes ribcr and pickln K.Cobb, F.D.BboJta, Hlngloa Kelly. out pieces of Iron as doy fly) Dat shell uj B.U.AJ F.UoTer, W. C. McCormack, M. R. Ljtle, an' went an' 'sploued onto us." U. U Carter J. W. Wcalberlord, T. J. Illll, Wm. Burton, C. Vaaoy, Ills Twentieth Ulrllxlny, J. 8. Murphy, J. A. llirrl", S J.M. Illll, P. W. Carter, J. It. McAlliter, :c Ed. Carter, J, D.Jonet, T. 3. Fotter, J. Q Montgomery T. l. White, A. lien edict, U.K. Marcum, W. H Am on M.T. Itutnll, It J Daratr A. D. Newlaad, rt. W.OIr.n. A I) New land. lyrl Jas. II. i'ravitU POSTED ! Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. only Una running PULLMAN NEW 8LJLBPLS0 OASS r MYERS HOTEL, A STANFORD. KY. E. H. BTJRNSIDE, SOIEAIN raoia, i .1 Propr XnlaTllIe, ClRcliiuatl HHd Lex .BKfaw, KyM m This Old and Woll Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Reputation, AKD WASHINGTOK OITY. Connecting In depot with fut Iralna fu 3KTOXV t. Itt Proprietor ii Deterained that The Direct Route to Lynchburg-- , Dan it Shall be Second to bo Country Tille, Norfolk, Hotel in tie State ia its Fare, Appointment, or Atte- All Virginia and North Carolina floai to Oomiort of their ChaetUe. Corporation Notice Alcorn, J. K. Kruco, K. 1'. Welch and I. ! I. Notice I Tlio cbir-- of tho department of woman' work at tho World's exposition at Non Orlcai.i is Mrs. Julia Ward Howe, who is ad mlrabty qualltied tor the arduous duties of si Sim is devnded from one trying a of tho old families of New York, aud was married in ISt'i to the ctlebtattd abolitionist and philanthropist, tho lato Dr .Samuel 8 The m'urriao look placu iu hti Howo. father's i evidence, tho Ward mansion, .one o' of Ihoadnay, Nevi of 'the liUtoiic hou-eYork, which has since mado way for buslnos; blocks, Mrs Huwt-htraveled extensively was one of the earliest woman sulTragisW.anc abolitionists; is a fino speaker, and at iirosen' chief editor of The WorrcuiN Journal. 'Tin grcalost oem of tho war was wi itu-- by Mrs Howo, under the title of ' The Unttlo Hymt of the Republic," the last stanza of whiil s jpua waud OOU THOUAS L. CASEY. To the energy and skill of Col. Thomas Lincoln Casey is due, moro than any individual, tho stupendous undertaking of tbe completion of the W'rislijngton monument in six years without any delay and without the loss of n jingle life. In 18TS Col. Casey was chosen by the joint high commission to prepare a project fcr th: completion of tbe monruns; as hou ument. On the acceptance of his plan he "fu tho beauty of lilicn Clirut Immediately set to work and has since ixvtw the sea, a height With a glory in his Ury-tlen piUng,up Mocks of stone touUtory of that liauflguli-heretofore unaccomplished in the you and ine; Ai hi died to maka mou holy, let us die u architecture. In lx jnrs ho has add! .'J80 feet of masonry, making tho total height ol ciako men free, tho shaft, above Its bav.-- , 5.V feet inie uou is marcuir.g en, ' Col. Caiey was born in Xadiion Bar."If Mlnned for n Calilntt 1'mttluu. racks, Sacketts Harlxjr, N.Y., In IMI. Hit family, on both tle paternal. and maternal fldcs, have been activoiand respected citizem of Rbodo Island tince the middle of tin? century Graduating from "West I'olnt ho entered thcOrduauco Bureau as Instructor of enginecrlug at tho Military Academy. During thti lato "unpleasantness" hi wai mainly employed in iharKeolthu construe tion of fortifications on tbo ccatt of Malm and New Hampshire. His present duties relato to the construe SaSaWSlttLgaaaiy tion of th buildings for tho ttate, war ami I t mciits, of tho improvements ovci navy the grnvi' f Thoiiiab Jeflcnon, ut Montictllo, Vn . cf the ii" tion of h monuni'iit at LtbJiuartere itt Kebuig, N. Y., and ol tin tit' tion of a monument to mark the birlliplui. f Geoigo Wushlngton Col. i ii g i.tulogit of note, and n gentlo-OihCnn-of liLv littiary tastes awl ucquhmieiits. ! beven-tecnt(k-jxWash-innton- coiporated Company under tbe prollon ollbip itrooorina ucn'rai qiatuira or iweniucay, aou bare adoplnl and reronled article of lncuriora tion In the Lincoln Count Court Clerk, ottie. 2. Tbe name of tba corporation ahall be "Hi Rtaaford Creamerr rontrattt" tad It riilnrlpal crUceand phcaol butlneanatl be in or nar lb city ei tjianiord. in unooia v unty, ay. 1 Tbe central Datura of tba iuIim of tald connr'loa ihall fpatban ichiircf crev and lb raanuftctura and sale of butter tbrrelrom. and tha purcLare, feeding and aa eol lire (lock to ntillae e cnai oi ine creamery The capital itock f tha corporation hllle forlT-fliiiundrfd dothi. to Le dlTldcl Into .hire of one bundled dollar rath, and thall be paid loon laualliuent when uaaaoJM by the dirt dory. S. The corporal Ion ilidlcomiupnca exlitenceoo tbo lit day of April ISM, and hll outlnue ti I e her.bygU.n that T. P. Ulll.J. W. Brue, J do. J. Ueltobert. I. M Ovaley, A. A. McKlnney, Y O. M. UcUobert hat furmed an in. Baggag wlllbacoattyadt) cad from tha da flsadzl jtffjwwadatlona fr.eof to C9anrelalTrar.lr. Th. Baxwlll alwaya Fll.d with th fctcl irg. kraaltofLlqaaraaad Aho Ciaara. "rr7. Marie. Bk a MUKRAY'S HFRCiriV, For UckeU and further Inftmnitlon apply yonr ticket ofSc. or addra. W.y. Ua.o, W, B. ARKOLB, AdrertUIng Agt, TJkt aal fta. Aft. Awt ., LMilirlll H w- - rilLLKK, Tf ?.,J.ITH. Oan'l Umuar, u Aft, Vlrrtola Point. nl insronrlti tj Vx Off at English RcaicJj, y, Mi ft a iHMtllra riir. for Weak Memo-rto of Ilralo rower. Nrreou Kibaultlon, Metalnal Waaknea. Imrotuncy, and (i.ncral Lot of ol th (ien.r.llre Organ.; nrl .11 ill.eA.ea KENTUCKY GEXTRHL fi. fi "iallie.UrHawt Kt.iitc.M Shortest and Quickest Route from Oen tnl Eontucky to til PolnU North, Eut, West and 8outhwet. fait Line Detween Fche.luUin Effect Oct. II, UK. rjra UkUij. qutcico ol youtbUI imprudencaoi the ectaol mature"! year, inch Trm4.M.k. aa Unlrrnil Laaltuda, l'aln lo tbe tact, nimnr of Vllo, I'rera-tureUld that folUiw a. a m conld corporation aball Tbaaflairaof ducted by a Board of fire Dlrrctm, tbiee ol whom II. Feb. 'il, 1753. On thiday, as wvs hi hall cooilltute a quorum lor tbe tr OMrtlon of bus I Den. ta d Dlrocloi tball be el ctrd annus'ly wont, he delighted the maiden on the Monday In A pill, Ld bill annually of his vicinity by throwing nouid.-racros elect a lit President and a tkcrelary and Treaaurar, th: Rappahannock. Said Directory (ball bare power to select and em ploy ucb other perron a may t neca'aary for co.. MUitn.i x AiiiiUeraurjr ui Ui ri;t,t. Ibetucceaaful maoigement (f tbe alftlr of tba Iho Kaon City, Mo. corporailon. Thu li corporator ahall elrct a iloaid rJotdlnSUnbrdby P.nnj A McAlliter and all 1 their iuicessor of JJireelora, wbo aball aerfr unt Druizlata erartwhere. . ". ball hare been elected and accepUd the otSra, M i'jcTa a Co., tvuoiti Acen AaTitca J. of tald 7. Tba hlgheat amount of lodMi-do- i Lnujarl in., Ky. corporation .ball not at auy one Mud exc rd one tbouund dollar. nl tbe I'ockholdera of 8. TbaprifaU propcit aaid corporation ahall cot be liable fjr the cor C stony-heartes xltl forth- - period of twenty-fi- t year. umpi!en, like a Waakotb specific charm, rcatorlngloa or fading rig. eya a brilliant or. citing to the and.narkllng beauty, to the cheek inw roay inooom oi oeaun. After Taklag. Murray' Hpl He ! old by all Druaglit at II per pacXtgn, or all packagea for Id. Abo by mall, pottage free, en receiptor prlc. MerVull Darilrulara In mmpblat. which will La inallod fre to arary applicant. Addrcw all communication, to tba la manufacturer. Ag. andut.oy otter thalleJ 'o Iiunltr or Oin dla-ra- lo all otto of lF A ClXmSSlkTl ? -- t:t:ra SSSBij :'a IS &.?iC 1 1 T ST 7 ' Seri?1fa'S.fi.V'I ic -- u . i:iii,,'i. id ill i l a ' xkojcisi: j -! 33:: .! ' . ITOO-Iy- rJ in. t, PBB55E . : S3a99t i I III If I '393al'8 ODBDfBD-nva- o.awitl ujjiw ssnas sssaiss BB 33 BEBBB .... Sa-- ff ,' . iB"00Sa puratedebt. J. E- - BKUCE, JNO.J. McBOBKaTd.Sec'y. Pnldnt, (IIC-lw & MISSISSIPPI R. W. Tha Dlrtct Uoule to i:n ! i St. Louis & tho West Korthweit and 8outhwct by tbe way of i'lii sy, O BBBBB 9"30 oSI J CUUIt '2BBEBB J.OmSVILLE or CINCINNATI. Uartng Chattanooga tor Lou IsrUlo aud Clnclnnal mske diTect at tboM point with tha Light. nmg i.i prc on tne unio a iiuaippi lor at Ixiul anj all point Wcit. Only from LoulsTllle or flncln two hours JlOUro IU TJMir. uati tnKt. Uui, being passenger any other line, giving our lulcker than lime foriaeals and flrit choice of wul Iu train going Weil. BB j, w33Uo EB'bBBEB S3 93rjB9 r, All jB.1L Tnninn 1 lainS (onnectlon T "ifio 4a .a f fa H o Aro you falling, try Wstxs' Heiltti Ke .icvcj, a iuro, cicau, wiiua'mraio Ifl '355 rU I IF i n . 7 Luiis. AncnwiuaJetllDvlxunxiis, Iloadxtclio, A I'lOllillll ut i:eiU'strit.u.u Kl4ll(p!. fiom Nli TONIC DTTSPBPSIA, Fnr Drain. Nerrea. FtnitiAch. I Jrer Kiln Ifffl I 9?! 11 n A a u a V. i t :Pi 'K2 i I cure 7, Ine going by 12Hours Quicker way .,f Chicago. IS.MMU Ol Ol ,. M W j i Fcrcr, Actio, Clillln, f'HXJAMt.V Y. JO.VAS. DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. TOKKIU , LIVbK, nna, Hlgnt swonts, .raorvous yvonKnasti, Nlnrnrlfi L'auiK m., uixiiU' f i.iW iht foot., 0 for 8.1.00, nt Dnucla i b, wells, jersey uty, ti. j., u. a. A. i Amnu,' th jirominoat toutherntn In tLi UinU'' Ka'ti nate"lioo name appear it em- - ".ui nun pojtvli in the ir.xininf i wvlm. 'Utof IkiijinJn F Jn,ji, I, quite flHUi!.tl) n fnti0l)fctLUUhtOt Jum1. !Ci I'turfcy, where nitt.u Ijcrn ft lc i child he Wr.- - tal.i-W' mih hb pwciit. ll'inola, whern-lirectixtd his edit atin I'.it'irnlnirM.uHt dt tli nge of lth( . swttloli.i Orlvaiyi, atii'ilcd Jaw, awl uu udmiit..l t, prncttee ti(Te. I)uiii, the m Lescicixi , ,th Coiifeflaiale titiilct corps and iiim.tflMU!y after the war he (.. tht-tca mmU i f tbe Louisiana legiilatuic. Thii ww tlv li.(ilniilng of an activu i.iirica! fitisjer, wbhh lie I us f. llowd wui, Mil ll?Ll sitK-einlcrrMptK-IisvIuk mi hotl hmuchci ot tbe Louiinin leRMktiiiv. lAlds Mn fir lour jim-- - t;,.; my uttuiiiey lot OiIfmus. lie h:i (, piutnlnonl Hpnie at Demotintic national tcnciiilom - at pieent a membtv ol the wul lunxcratlc Nlco to take, truo m:rlt, uncijiu'cd for j O. Always make &M. - (BBBHBB at iBSl " roT 3EBBB i o : ! I n 51 iv, hi III. Feb. 23, 1782. Ho enters on hh enroot ns the original toil twUtor. ThUt picturo 1 not as nllegoricnl as it might nt lint glance niicnr. Remarkable Escape. i'a of M. Mary A. Dalley.with Tunibannoc'.,Bron. Atthina anl waiallllctc.lfurlx year chltla, during which time the lest physicians A Fast Tiino and Saro Con With all Line at i?HB3iSl3E SJi biMMI4i i i. J9 i j j ill j ! I r "' nootions lurrt srsssaf 'n- -j S3!, ISHZ2M2MH-- ,12.VJ St. Louis nnd Intermediate ! Point. Ihb So Ferric! NoOiiitilE)iinrA'ritii. si h a .j.uhu uau- -. : lill I Zw.4. 3S333a-3v!-3-- 9 p p 1 jiip BBSHBSiHllBBSSiBS-iB- '33 H 4 in m in in iu , I lii rellet. Her Ulo wm dcapaltel of, until In List October tlio procured a Iiiittla of Vr. King's New blscmery, wlien Immediate relit felt, and by conllnuln; l:s me for a tliort gilnln; In Hub tluieabo Ta oouipUuly SI lbs In n few niontli. I'rao Trial liotlk of tUla certain our of all Throat aud Lung Disease,. I'cnny A McAllstrr'a Drug Stor I.are Bottle $1 osuld strenu .radnej Unip Wte Buchu-Paib- a our, Itnnitrliiilile Cures of Catarrh of the !,L.Jii,r,Int'ainmr,ti,n1IrriUtlonc,i.Klil neva nnd Ulaililcr, Btono or Urnicl DIs 'tea of tho l'rostato Uland, Jiropsical r ii c of Urfno, nil Uiwsefl ol tho Oenlto I rlnary Organs iu cither flex. For L'n luarilt'iy tn Unnatural Pluchm-Rc- s use aUo "t'hajiln'u Injection Flour," inch SI. itelllnim, Femalo Dlicnics. Inrxmtln t.iili.iithl loimiilttea tiilliciill to lUlllBRIO t dicov- tinlii low tylo of tigrfilnltuii. by which Ik iai'wikim.lrrie o Ug thnt ihoy hiive tc 'utim', ,'icc bsfuraIiey win hucnton, "vait-lMi4)aUI0nUiitlt III Ik-- lil-S-, hut t i aite-- i tlmt lUs st.,riLM have to I cut JiiK uii.UI tlwy uiu L.roallouJ. -t J ir- A New Yi rif ' $ fnrnifr e,laitin to hnv tu allow. wImt ,,)lut you j0( bo ewJi.Dg L.u to ,)ave yuu,.,!,,, for il 'tonimit the ins." 'llii Church I'rlco of Chip. A citiwn wholiad Iwn i.laylng poker tho right lKf.i., drortWd a bluo chip into tbo contribution box by mUtoke. After service ho went to thodoaoou who Iwd poaeod tho plato mid told hint of tho mistake "So I'll just giro you a dollar laiU place," ho said, and we ll keen tho matter quiet." "X0 you don't," ivpJIodBtuo deaoou, ignoriua tho monoy oirotxxjtuat's a blue chin? It's tore 'Hml-.j,- . .',,m( irens.vxDO de koto money. In MMcrulnf thulUtnof cabinet jiowlbill oritny ditcaiti o' tin uilmiry urgftf. tlctj "(joliiic tbe muni'' In cntlclimtlou of or vbccrir niilres an apix'tior, tunle or mild lVcsIdciitxilect Clevelunrl'a uniinuncoincnt of tlmulliu, will alw47 Q i IMeotrli: Illttcn tlio and only his choice, - luunl lhe liume of Ikrn&iiilo Vo beet rjulckly, certain cure kuown. 'J boy art surely tvry Soto Mriiya the coining ,(tir.i..tci pn nnd latltfaetlcn or txiltluuaraiileed to giro d innney rpfuutll. cold ernl, which hihIhi-- hm oitrnit u in'ttcst filly ceut a bottlo by I'enny A alcAlUlcr. just now. Mi. Monpy vm Lr.nt In iIiss,is cvnu von sippl in 1SJ9, htiil lcfcivcd n ur.i(iiity 'iiiur tr, 'iiruiiiK hi law atiulit. Ik Pllea are frcjuontly pro did by a ruw i,f eilit is nn alitor by tircfc-Mtnar.il l.us wieltltd Initio IkicW, loins nnd lower part of tlio abduium, poeiful inlliKiitu in the iiolitict. of l.ii fttatc. oii.lnstliopdttent to (uppoMlielisaroisoaiTrotton Ho wnschrfcl to the Fortyfctitlh ctLgtfcis, id tin l.ldm-or iiflglibiriiig organi. At men, tnking his tuf in is;, mid Uia bun ctiillnu a)iuptonu uf InJIgejtlon nie flalulenr, oitbly ti J tincu. uiifinlnMS of tlio Momarh. etc, A mpttur, like tdn-catio- n cvir placed wllliln lli-- i roich ol tularin;" biimaul. ly, truly U I'.lrcirlo litters. Iiuttlrlty of tbo rl-KldueLiver, Ull oiunsit Jiunll.c Cciitlpatlon, 7iaso ( n Solid Facts Tbo bct blod purifier and jaicm itgulttcr In Itnlon Dejiot, Ht. Uitili, with trains of Imsj gilng Woii, ttorthwoit and Boiitliwot. II you rag ilng West to any joint, call on or wiilu lo tlio For lull snd reliable lnfirmMoi In regard to Iind, Ac, In tlio Western eftates, Jlap-- , Ouldea I.ve Corliigton... and luweat aprolal rate lor Tickets nid Uouaibold " IOlllUtOU .. (iood to all iKiint vVusl call on or adJrrs " I'arli ). II. jLMQI'. Arr Mlllcriburg I'aisenger Ag'tOhlo A MImUiIppI IUIIwht. " L'arllale ... Karrdlabiirg. K " Johnson., ., NOBTII-IlOUK- nwhvu.i.t; iiitAMir. NoTTi.Dally Dally Ei. cjutj, Kr. Dun. 'I 00 p 7 2S a in, ) p 8 15 a iu fi 20 p d 40 a iu' 5 47 p a oo a iu " 7 p 9 43 a III 7 00 p 10 30 n m W. W I'KAUODY. , i For K1TIIIMS, cither contractoit or lu l miliary mint, Clinpln'H Coiutllu inn inner nyrnp. i.Jier doiuo, nnu UhaptnM flyplinlilo 1111s, nnd Clia iiin'rt Hypliilltia HalTi. $1.00. U bottles NTnip. s uf lllli, 1 Halro, by HxpreM on iit or 5J9 n cr nt nru Tc.Ktn. 1 ui PreVtan.l (ln'lilan'gr, c. w I'.tltlH, i cntral Taitonger Agent, i iminiiaii, (into f, IJ, BIIAJIUL. tlen'l I'ass, Agt, Wyllln ,. I ...... ... iiipm I 1 iv BouTn.Jtm-Hn- . twrERRrs H SSiiV Ex. bud. Kx. Hun 5 41 a 0 30 a 7 31 a 7 41 a K !? !PghTTCTT.gWI Lto Mayarlllc... " Johnsni " Carll!e Arr IViH iu iu in iu .ii in p SO I Ik. ii. U cn-I- re ll'oir iMuiwj viij imuit it u,ii Wi a Aint f.,,.rM(n A i - FntTOrffffaTfia. inVALUAllLR TO ALLIail? Will bo mailed toallannllcants FREE-wM"- 4, and to customers oi iM.b vrar .iibuui ? ' MDIersburg ". " lxiuKton ('iwlnn'nn L in 2 10 1 " ' . . iX " ' niM fl ll n '" III H 09 mn 3 33 p in 44pm pn i' irt.. J"!"" n II n in I i'ii... (LiOP .,.0.l:Tr,ll Lexington dally fromKuoT7iTo" ' wi Wind. ester and to (SitIwoii. Vo-- , HAGAK'S ' totTiaWlnelit.ieranil'arls train no. nis dully except tjumlar hetwiut Tot. Tralu No 1 runs vl Lexington and I'nrl an.i 1 rc-f- woitlinvotlolIafiC Iwriplrutlon, pioduiinifit vary Ul.agrewiUeltcliln?, nt.ylK.dy finals a dcwl It n very coniiiion nltcmlaut. key in tlio hti iets nloiM bi nig ,t to this ofllco. after gftllns warm, Itching I'lliajkldatoiiceto tlio Thure'ii n did)ocl; hole t but mutt, bo ojicncl HIM, Uittdlnciiiid BWillentlonofDr.IJoaanUo'aritaKwwIy.vlilclinfl. ut once. dlrwtly upon tlw pait nflWttd, aUerblns tbe Tumora, allaying tbo Intciuo Itclilng and nfToctlns a CATAUUI1 I'UUEl), l.inlth a. tweet brcalh Irm.mit cure. I'rlce SC cents. AdJrM tbo Dr. secured by b.'nli'a C.tarrb I'.euitd, Price tOc. llianko Medicine Co., rbjua, Oblf Soli by Mcltub Tor tale I) rewiy A MrAlIiter. ttt& Stage ' Magnolia Balm j , , ju. ivi. FERRY&CO.DELK,T CKruiuio nwi riunv, aswn. uuuiin, VW. i L 'veil Citijotii If is a secret ma to ucauty. Many a lady owes her fresh- I,t - 1i l" HOt tell; FREEl RELIABLE SELF-CUR- pWAWfSR.srp's.'1"' u I ll"U and yOU 1 AVOll1cl CClll t tCll. rather "Hb and successful KmitulLia in rnvel noted E i OitwretlrodlfortbncuroofVirotiwiicAturu. 2.01 JVuiiiocH'. It rnAiiraaanU iieciiu. Heui ialamsalJeuvelopo'ec.UiucglstcuillH noor.ts un. waiiu a cu Louiilani, Mo. A favorlto proscription of ono of thi n, it J rZJXiSrr C. W, General Manajer "'; ii'tinxiiib. rtr SMITH. :;; . w.ii.wniTTi.iaBv, . I'a is. A if en I. Lesmaiun, Ky H. W. FUL I.I.U, den, !.