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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885022701 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. Semt , Ml titefiof lonftmL jM STANFORD, KY., FEIDA Y, FEBRUARY "BY THk SEA" volume xm. Br Umax. 27, 1885. COUNTY. NEW SERIES NUMBER 422 and u, aa we will feel If the shadow of ML SALEM, LINCOLN wrong him. "Yea," said Mr. Jone. "for I're The enterprising trader, Robert learned that a woman can be noble and OO 133X1 ANNUM of Yoaemite, lately sold to Jat. 83. good, an angel in other worda, I never Coulter one fine span of work mules for Wbaapatd atriettj In aduoe. If w haa had so much respect for the sex before." $275. wsitanr time, t3.BO will t charged. E. Tarrant's writing school at Rich-ard- 'd "She accepted you, theo?" school house near this place, haa closed ''No, if she had I fear I would not have o much respect for her. She refused me, with fair attendance conalderlng the V. P. WALTON. At thii juncture Jonei, who had been in but I shall love har always, for ahe is the weather. -- DEATjEUS bed iorsereral hour, called out, ''I say. loveliest The variety of unpleasant weather, in- woman I erer knew." Sho haa the following ghost Fjz, you're ttkea abut enough exercise changed, thought Mr. Fox, but what haa coupled with the keen, biting winds, re- Drngs, ''Olnger" contributes Wines. Wall Paper, Musical minds one experienced, f the noted "Tex tory: "T'sraa midnight, m the clock, foi one night, go t i bel." Chemicals, Books, Liquor changed bet? luHlruemeat, Stationery, Olears, Paints, "Huth up! Vti jut oacluded my case." Pocket truck twelre, I woke with a sudden start, A cold day in early February. Mrs. as Northers." OHh, Soaps, Tobaccos, Cutlery, Joe Hocker at McKicney, who haa "Ani I've caosludsd to get my shot Flee'.wjol In her invalid'.! chair, but no And heard amid the clock' clear tones A PcrfiiHaory, liia usps, Bfackla Fire Anns, been prospecting in the county for ice to ou nd that fron ray heari; Blaring Into the gun." one ould tell whjr sie sat in it, except neeaieasv Misi Fleotwood was everywhte, ball, that it waa an easy one. half gloom, I yaw something standing near, Our Jewelry, Aunt Patty with fill hia Ice Louse, la informed through a TI108. Richards, Silrerrrare and Optical Uoods Department Is In Charge or CM. who will Repair Watches and Clocks promptly and la tho tost Whose sighing mm and still a J groans party and excursion. Mr. Fjx would hare an open letter on her lap. It waa from an friend that he can get plenty in front of style. led nay eoul with ftar. Methnught the runofl, only s'le would knour why he did, old frin 1 In the city. " I'ei," It Lou Holmeb' posteffice at Mlddleburg. Fil eaid, "Da. The lumber and timber king, M L. mystic itroke of twelre Had looked (tome and he a'.ooi bit ground, none a) graceful vid Fox haa attained a high position in gravo and and deferential ai Dtvid Fox, but appt- - the law, a graceful and fluent speaker, an Richard, who Uvea in this vicinity and spirit fair, From eirth-bouchurch yard storm, T roam the upper air rently she wjuld nerer hi I known it if he Intellectual aod thrarhtful man, conald-ere- d haa a saw mill and store between Mason's To haunt the scene of mortal wrong. hadn't been. a prizj by mother! with marriagable and Hall's Gap, had his (tore robbsd on "I don't know what that Mlsi Fleetwood daughter. Woeful nd diatiesecd; to right the wrong ou ask if Jiacbel hia met the night of the 14th Inst., of about $150 with mortal aid, And then forerer rest. goej oit for, she dw'i enjoy heraslf, that's him? He doean'l go into society much, worth of goods, but aa yet haa no certain Methoughl the specter came for aid into ertdjn', pjiltlr! loilci brel I nerer but I think she moat hare met him. I re- clew aa to the robbers. Milton G. Jones tells a re murk able my darkened x jom; Mayhap it meant that aw a parjaon to ik j much alone in a crowd. gret, the failure of your plana as much, aa I should hear a rnwssge from the tomb Mr. Joaei la rery deroted. I would hare yourself, for Ktchel Is a fine girl and no tale oT what happened while a member of While terror crtuplag u'r me came O'er thought she'd h ire taken same of the con. one but D arid ia worthy of her. I am the 19th Ky? 'Infantry stationed at New ertrjr limb tad bane, l'aralyzad my sensrs celt out of him by this time." much pleated to see a change in her. I Orleans during the war. As he and a com "I harn't seen an sign of a decrease- - in can't exactly tell what it Is only she is moie rade named Columbus Locus were raun ereryoae, And turned mr brain to stone T'watia valaltirova to more, Io rain I that article," aatd Mr. Fox, dryly, "but lovely But you'll see for yourself," &c, tering on the banks of the river near where some men wera landing driftwood, Lucus strove to call; I was fixed and iaactnaied by may be his epidermis ii not so thin aa some Ac, Ac. the phanlout tall. For one moment the people's. I nerer could endure those qui Aunt Patty was considering this letter called his attention to a log that had been thing stood still, Then strode across the t, silf sufficient pjopte, they are so con with a thoughtful face wheu the door open- brought to shore which both recognized at room, And crouched beneath the flickering celled. Why, I don't bellere she cares ed and the subject of it entered. "Why a walnut log which hid been partly imlight That lit the mystic gloom. I wu whether ahe ii liked or not," liaped Miss Rachel, what hat brought you home at bedded in the gravel on Indian Creek, in pile, cold and weak with bar, And tram. Helm with a look that was moiat to be this time?'' cried Aunt Patty, kissing her Cssey county, near their home, from time bled for my life, For in its hand the spec- very impreaslve. Out ha neither saw or warmly. "And all the balls and partlei go- immemorial, Every crook, knot and mark were identified by them bath. They bad ter held A brightly ftlilteriog knife, And, heard her, he had workei so hard to make ing on?'' gasped Mra. Fleetwood. often sat upon the eame log in their earli a man of htmielf, to gain diatlnction in hia low it stooped, with holm I watched it, "Why I don't belleye you all are a bit "0, don't you remember sweet Alice, Ben Bolt?" "Hf r brigb t smile haunts me still!' ' low moan, Then straightened up again profession, and he had carried a bitter glad to ace me," isid Rachel. "I came est boyhood days waiting for the tardy " Yes, I saw ber lait at Dr. Bourne's Dru; Store. Ko wonder, she got her paint from Bourn. chub to bite. Tears of ecatacy flowed freememor with him goading him on to sac-c- because with ghastly groan; then I aaw lU face I wu tired of it all. One ball la ly on meeting the friend of their infant "0, write me a letter from bom, "John Anderson, my Joe John, you hair U1U-thi and revenge. Rivene indeed, ahe just like another and everybody ia like 'twas rery fair, Bat tmurnful and forlorn And get the ititlonerjr from Bourne. snow your eje lidlm!" nerer looked at him or spike of him after everybody else. They all think the same days. Both were willing to swear that "I wonder If ab lores me 1" m wife, Simantha Jane, Trim-micFor 'twas Tell the old coon to g to Bourne's and gat seaa that first night, treating him always with a thoughts and say the same things. I'd they believed it was the same log. On their Bhe will If you buy your beiutlfiera from her eoreil corn. Tots and That. of bis hatrdreailog and a pair of L Mrrfa Bourne. return from the wars they found their facool indiflerence that was harder to bear celebrated Bn:k Crystal Bfecki." rather be down here with you and mama. Mid As Otn Married Mas -- "N "Roica bloom aod then thoy wither." vorite log missing from ita place. We than her scorn. "The girl his n heart," "Shall I nerer more baho'.d thee?" I think if I had attyed there much longjer The perfumn are made Into extracts for Bourno. the bridr. 'Henrr. I want run to under he thought bitterly, "no woman of feeling know this is. a" hard tale to attempt to "Yes, anl In good health, for I get my medlda-froi- n my face would hare frozan into one perthat I do not wish to be would stand tuff into the 'intelligent minds of the "Kithlttn MiTourncen, the erar dawn la breakBourne." hare acted at she did, ere a Aunt petual grin. Oae half of the world ssy ing!" taken for a bride. I am going to behare P.tty would have cried when she saw how readers of the Journal. But thtn we will "I'm glad of II; Bourns baa so many' nice goodi "What are the wild wares nylng?" things and expect the othei half to pert exactly as if I were an old married woman. I suffered, and she baa Bourne, Bourne, Bourne, Bourne, Bounet I want to take the whole day purchasing.' male no slo all laugh at them, and one growa to tired of put the solemn, sanctimonious, religious So. ilea'ent. do not think me cold and un- - these years, of sorrow of Milt. Jonis against theState Dale to put Pick a Coo in Aunt Bcdy's old arm chair and ab. countenance Then, Katy darling, do tell Lilly or regret, although lorlng if I treat yoo rr pramlcally when she muit have known how much I loved people who are alwaya expecting to be and we know that Caeey county people will "Bock me to sleep, mother," while you go to Bourne's New DiugBtoreaod get me a Tooth Broak laughed at." not lie. there Is anybody by." her' some Toilet Soap, a pair of La More'a Perlscoplc Lenses, aomeof his Letter Paper,. She was aa bright aa erer, but Aunt Pat-tr'- a "I don't bcliere 1 Cn tn- for an old A Western Editor's Opinion. "How much changed Mhu Fleetwood keen eyes soon eaw that something was bottle of Vanilla for your mother, strengthening Cordial for your grandmother and aome worm ciody married man. I am In. nt you that seems in the last three weeks," said Mr. wrong. How thoughtful she waa of We were in AI Blodgett' saloon this her week giving our views on Clereland'e Cabi- for Jeetni, and go quick or I'll make you think "Thii cruel war la not orer." I am bound to show it, 1 atu sure to gire Jonee one evening aa he was preparing to mother's narrea aod how helpful to Aunt the snap away." net and in other respects minding our busigo out. "Sht's erer so much lovelier, al"tfo.you mustn't. I' eisy enough. And though when I first aaw her I thought she Patty. ness, when Gringo Baker came in and said ''You arn't going down to the beach on we were a liar. We denied the charge and I Insist that you behare just like all old couldn't be improred, but I like her better such a day sa this, are you, Rachel?" married men do. Do you heat?" told him he waa no gentleman. At this now, a fellow likea gentlenes in a woman "Well, darling, I'll try, but know I will eren if she is smart and interesting. She Rachel had been busy all morning insisting juncture, had we not quickly dodged he on he'plng Aunt Patty with her duties and not succeed." would have knocked ua down; aa it was, he iasj muih mire sympathetic, eatern into now ahe had come down with hat and only grated our nose. Knowing him to be The first evening of their arrival the one's fejlinja in a way that makes you jacket on. bride retired to her chamber and the groom want to confi ie in her," drunk, and therefore helpless, we darted ''Yea, Aunty. I're been here a week and of the ralooi'aod ran to AND fell in with a poker party, with whom he "Anl pray hare you confided io her harn't 'seen it yet. I muat go to .day," "and outmuch celerity aa our gameour offise with leg would alaa sat playing cards until i o'clock in the. jet?' said Air. Fox with the slightest suse though the wind cut her fiercely she made low and locked ourselves in our sanctum. morning. His wife pent the wearr hours picion of a sneer. Had we not thus nobly refrained from comher way down the sloping pith, around the weeping. At last he turned up and met bat we would soon have wiped the floor "No, but I'm going to, I don't A Full and complete assorlineut of Furniture, enibraclus evhU gticf stricken bride with the hilarious know whether she lores me or not, it's bend of the road, and then the sea came in with Gringo Baker Aod yet we underSuites. sight, the wares leaping far up, then break stand that he calls us a rednosed coward. erything front the Cheapest to the Fluent question: hard to tell. Rachel Fleetwood Jonee, !ng Into white foam and falling back with We are quite content to be misunderstood need to go to tho large cities to make your purchases, no matter-wha- t I doin; the old married man how nice it sounds, but, "Well, ain't Fox," and his sullen roar. "It serrea me right; I ought by such men and we reiterate in this public quantity or quality yen want, as can and will duplies like a daisy. manner our views of the Cabinet, for which rolce wss rery grave now, "I've courted a to suffer and I do; how wicked of me to Qringo called us a liar. We believe it any prices yon can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. She nerer referred to the subject agalu, good many girls in my day, and said a full assortment of Collins, Ca?es, Shrouds and Robes, and everybody knew after that that they good many things for which I hope I'll be treat him as I did; well, Darld, you hare should contain a man who will recognize She literary ability in giving out the Postofficea. lug nil the New Styles, both cheap and expensive. Ware been married. -- Sin Francifco forgiven, but I'm in earneit now, and if your rerenge in my own pain." had'just thought of hiihard struggles; of how no- And there is a loaded shotgun in our sanc- opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. C'aronlcl"Butte (Arixona) tum which saya o, too. this sid refute i ma I'll nerer ourt anothble he waa and deserving of happiness and The Distance to the Bus The sun er." It was well he said this, for Mr. Fox honor. "I hope he may be happy and I Journal. V THE it known to beabaul'ninety one millions of was debating the question of helping him know Wnv Lamm Aue Popular. Mr. that he will. It alwaya cornea if we Dobba No. Indeed, the new craza for lamps 1 miles away from ui. When he first shows down stairs, but at theee words something has not affected m and it woi't either. I morning orer the likea cinteraptuiui pity cams Into his deserve it." his bright fsce in the She wia very buay with her thoughts would not hare a lamp io the parlor for the STANVOBD, KY. eastern hill topi would you erer think heart. ' Could Jones really feel? waa there and her steps had mechanically turned to world. without being told, that hii beautiful light ooiethin; earoeit aod true about him the great rock. Not until within a few Mm. Hobba How can vou talk so? The per.'e:t WALTON, il jpau traveled all the 'way over so many after all? "Well, Jones," he managed to feet of It did ahe see that somebody elae lampi they make now arethem. works of art, and everybody buys you? Ninety-on- e thousand mile to rcsch say at last, "don't pin your faith too strong- had ventured out on that wild day. A Is published eviry Tuesday mi Friday at tb' "I know I'; bu I cau't seo what advanjow price 01 millions of miles who knows how far that ly to any woman, take my advice for it, man wis leaning agalnat the rock, looking tage they are " "Ifyod had a crowa up diurhter, aa I TWO DOLLA113 PER YEAR. i? You can say the word, but you can- ild fellow, it wont do." eeaward. It was David Fox, looking so ,Vr Jone found Miss Fleetwood alone sad and miserable that ahe scarcely knew hive, you would sse the ndvau'.aga not think the distance which they describe. Whr. if von should count, one, two three in the parlor. She waa at the piano play- him. At firat she thought of turning back enotuh " wouia inai "Daarmlwhat an 1 on at tl e rate of 100 a minute, for ten ing Komtihin; as soft and low that it ecaico-l- and goinj away unnjen; and then another mak?" . without stopping to eat or lamp can't be hours every fillet the room. Her back waa toward thought arose and ahe went toward him. "You know a kerf-senOK ALL CXiSSES- drink or play, it would tako more than him and when she turned her fscj t him She had heard that he waa to marry Miea turned down real low without smoking." "Yea." years to cpunt the number of miles when he stopped at her aide, Lc aw that Helm. He was nothing to her, she four Neatly and Choaply Executed. "Well, wheo I smell Bmoke I know it'a between us and tho aiiid Or If a train of he waa crying, the bright, proud, naif rell Philathought, lea than nothing, "but If I'm go- lime to saunter into the ptrlor." stop-pincar were to travel, dsy and night, ant look all gone. ing to begin to mend my ways I can't delphia CaP; not a moment, at the rate of thirty ''MiaiFlstitWiiod, you're in troublr; can make a better start than by aakinj his par WILL YOU Bl'FFER with Djipep'U and Livmite n hour, it would take it more than 1 help you iu any wij.'if so tell ine for I don Shlloh'i Vltaliier li guaranteed to Then we will go our different er Complaint three hundred mid firty yeaiB to go a dis- love you and came to night to till you so. ways and never see each other again." cure you. Fur faloby Penny A. McAlliter. THAT IIACKINO COUQII can be so quickly I know 1 am not worthy of vju, but I'll tance cii'ial to that of the sjn. He saw her now and came toward her, and cured b Bhllou'i Cure. Wo guiranteo It. Fo Every one who can do so, should take try to be If you'll only consent to be my for the first time in years their hands sale by Penny A McAlliter. the "Silid Train" of tho Chesapeake & O.iio wife." touched. Positive Cure for Piles, Poor Mr. Jjnja, where waa hia conceit It is the "Divld." she said, In a choked voice, "I in going on to the Inauguration. To the reorle of thii county we would saj that Fa.t Express, and the entire train, with aligning ai he llatenjd to'hcr voice full ot want you to forgive me; no, hear me," aa we bare been glren the agency ol Dr. Marchiil's guaranteed Pullman Palace Sleeping Caw, runs from womanly nympathy and regret, which took he would have stopped her, "I treated you Itallaa Pile Ky.,nnd Cincinnati, away hilf the etiug of her refuel. Haw badly here yeara ago. That act made us to euro or moay refunded Internal, Kxterral, LauUville, Lexington, Bleeding or Itching Pllea. Price 50 cents and prominent ciliea in Kentucky, West different fna that o:hr r fjail oa the etrangcr, who were onco like brother and Blind, No cure, no pay. Penny A McAllater, jw difTtrjnt the worn to who sister. I am very eorry; how sorry you abox. II Virginia, and Virginia, through to Wash hoaeS Drugglits. epokd it. Sao had learned tho great loaon can not know. You have had all the re- intfton without change, and land ita Daughters, Wires and Mothers. almost unJer tho shadow of the that nil rauit learn, that self ia not all that vence you need wish; eay now that you We emphatically gmranteo Dr. MarchUl's a female remedy, to cure Female Dlieaa-ureal dome of tho Capitol. Tna Chen - iniit bo consldereJ; that othcH'havo feeling forgive me." puffer aa kenly aa hsriel'; that aucb aa Orarlau troubles, Inflammation and iiHiUn & () ilo n itlcinatc a lire crowd for and can "I'll forgive you, Rachel, on one consid- Ulceration, Tailing and dlsplaccmant or bearing the Inauguration, and liave nude nrapTe self indulgence tn ado her hateful to herself eration. That you anawer differently the down feeling, IrrcsalarlttlcJ, Barrenness, Change ''"""" nmngetiienU for taking cre ol every one and unpleasant to those around her. Sjmo question I asked you then. I'm not en- of Life, Leuconboea, besides many weaknesses who um itu line. Not tho malloat of the how aa shslojkeJ at her own c!umc tr In gaged to be married, nor have I loved nny .nrinirliiff from tho abore. like Headache, Bloat Plows, Lime , Dayton Steel Plows. Champion Steel Plows, Champion Sulky many uttractions offered bv the Cheaareako an Impartial light ahe folt a diep tlij;iut Sleeplessness, Nervous deWcakn-Mother. You will believe me when I tell ing. Spinal r ia the low rate which has been sale by c Ohio Chilled Palpitation of the. Heart, Ac. For Stone Plows, Lone Star Plows, Bissell Chilled Plows, so you thbi. Will you anawer it now, bility, Any agent will come over her. one, woo tiau ranged for the round-trip- . druggists. Prices 81 and tl 60 rer bottle. . Send Shovel furnish full information in regard to thu proudly self confident, waa beginning to Rachel?'' Plows. Mavsvillo Hill Side Plows. Malta Double to Dr. Marcblsl, Ullca, N.Y., for pamphlet,-freerate amf'hmit of tickets. despise herself. "Why had Aunt Pally A great wind blew up from the eei and For salo by Penny A McAllsier, Druaglstn. Plows, Minkle Double Shovel Plowe, Halls Double indulged her at? If abe had taught her carried her answer away, but he must have 'iHfl . THY XT YOUllbaUX.fr'. cum: von. l. Cl,n.1 Plnnr. TVTinVla "Pnnv FiOWf. Hall 3 virtU9 in others nud to re.'pjct their heard it, for they walked back to the houre, chewing theTho proof of tho pudding U not ,n Plica aro frcjaciitly preceded ty a " f Wl 'h'"t to bos feeling?, she would have beeu a happr wo han in hand aa thoy used to do loug ago, atres, but in baring mi opportunity to try tho arIntlio lack, loins and lower part of tli'alriurai-nPony Plows, Malta Cultivators, PruggUU, causing tlio pat leut to siippsMlielisssomesCVctlMi man now inate.ad of despising hemel'." and he told her that a great longing had ticle jourwlf. NcIloWits Sc St.igg.tlm Dr. JloaanU's Cuglind l tlii kidney or nrlglilorliis organs. At times, Ivia a bltttr thln to deipie oni' e'f; ti come orer him to re) tho beach oncn more, have a free trial bottlof every oust.iio i suiw-rPlowa to Plows I All kinds oriMowH ! Plow of all Lung Sjrup for mc'ii and Mmptouiiof Indigestion nro preseut,as flatulency, bj afraid to takaour nctionaout and look and the rock, "and if you had not come I with toughs, Cold-- , Aituma, Comnwpllun sr an So end A moisture, llk mtpanlnni of llio stunuili, etc nt nil Prices! Flows from 2.50 to $50, o' u bluih tingling tho would have gone away forever." Lung AflrctlPn. Inspiration, jiroluclng a aery dliajrwaWo Itclilng, at then fir FOR SALE II V afttr gtttliie warm, l n airy common nttendant. chce'f. It ii well for ui if we can live and "Aunt Patty," cried Rachel, "I nu euro I'UEE DISTKIIJUTXON. Illliht, IlUwllni; jiikI Ilcliltig VIIm ylW t oiico to tlia actwlt'atha feir of Oil anl rep.ct of A "What caiisea tlw grt rush at ilcrioberts you will pardon my going out 00 such a tti'i'llcitlon df Dr. Itpiaulo's I'll IteMitOy, lili!i arti itngg's Drug Storo 1" The free distribution of Minplo aluoitlnx Uis man bjfore u;, lire '.hm and never forget. day, when you tee what Pre brought you." ilirKtly "ikiii tho imrta aacteO, bottles of Dr. lloantfo' Cough and Lung Syrup, the Wagons, Farm Tuiiitfti, ollaylug tlio loteuie Itcltlns unit allvctlug a To bs able to look our fellow men clearly And clasping, her six foot baby boy in her most popular remedy for Coughs, Colds, Consumption Also tlcaler In Kuggles, Carrlags, Snrrcjs, Spring Marfilaerj 1w'rHiiiitii cure. Trleii tA nt. Ai)Jr t!i Dr. In tin e ;e, or atand bjfore God without arms Aunt Patty thought the could. anQ all kinds of Regular size CO And Bronchitis now on tho mallet. ITarTCStlnir Machines, Planlers, Harrows r.uauko Mwllclno Co., riiiw.OUlf Solit I feeling that a great blank IIos bstween him THE KIP. cents and Sl.CO. fubUthcd THCfifava ana Friday Written for the IifTcaiba JouaiuL. "1 bcliere I shall hate her if thin con Unites. I will ehow her that I can respect myself at any rate. She may hate me, that to I can not help, but ah shall not scorn me. I'll be more attentive to Flora Helm and she shall nerer know how the sight of her face or sound of .her voice pains me." ii there. An enterprising Pencaylranian his When Mr. Joneagot back to the hotel lately been viewing around Ycsemite for a Mr. Fjx asked if he should congratulate situation for a mill and other machinery M'ROBERTS&STAGg Stanford, Kjr. Opera House Block, nd 3E3I.O. ing New Goods for Fall and Winter; comprising the best in the market which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or coun try. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley ttTTJPTittir. I have received and am still receivBOURNE! g W -- - lis UNDERTAKER, Xealei in ITui'iiitni-Parlor ! Be I a - SEMI-WEEKL- Interior Journal Cllfcutw W. P. Pro'r. "MmifgjS af&MRKAAAA) iltu-rene- e ... y tr, 3"OB ViOBLK. -- g PLOWS! PLOWS! OIntment-ctnpliatlc- ally c, o.-e- 0le iilks. i ..-il- , 1 -- hI.c! (t OXW. I. WEABEK, Agt. VM. byMcltol-JtttiL-StA- 74- ?- BSS5 Stutt-fflltthl- iy $nf e norJonrnal Stanford, Ky Col. Eiward Gaines, the When L. Gov. Hindman bgan to look and announced that ho stock dealer of Scott county is dead. into the Nesl cms The Minnesota Legislature has adoptwasn't fully satisfied as to hit guilt we 27, 1885 thought we saw the symptoms of an inten- ed, a high license liquor law, making $500 February well-know- n HUSTONVILLE. LINCOLN COUNTT. I failed in birth cf D.J big as Grant. last to announce the Alcorn's boy. Din looks aa mv for-cott- The New Groceries and Hardware House of w. P. WALTON. W i The Central City Argus, whose editor, Mr. It. Y. Thomas, Jr., Is a candidate for the Legislature is making his race on a number of, reform lesuts, among them that of the wliipping'p3at,an'd We sincerely hope he will be elected. la his paper he says: In the present financial condition of the Ruth. is the best means State, the nhipping-poa- t It is believed that China will dechre to rid the country of petty thieve?. They Winchester Sun has ceased to shine American flour contraband of war, in con The steal Bometbiog to get in jiil this wintry for the democracy and will hereafter dis- sequence 01 nca using so ueciarau uy weather, and get a good tqaare meal and a seminate republican light only. Mr. J. L. France. warm fire to cit by. The rawhide well Bialer, f jrmsrly of this county, It costs the Government $59 000 a hu bought laid on would break them up in their busi- a half intiroit in it and with Mr. Nickols year to maintain tho White House, excluness. They would change their tune and intends to run a red-hrepublic in piper. sive of the President's salary, which la seek greener pastures where the vie iv of the many papsra of that kind $50,000. In tail ia not known. It is rank injustice to which have recently tucked their little toes O'Donovan Rosiahsa reajmed hia duthe people to be forced to pay a premium under the daisies, this would seem to be ties in bis office, and siya tho work of wor-rvito petty thievsa. Such crimina's are sim- an mampicioui time for a change, but we Eizlind will co on no mitter who ply confined in the county jiil and better hope the young men know what they are falla by the way. fed than over before in their lives, and do Darin? the last 24 yeara there ha) about and will succeed financially. not a lick of work. Tne disgrace ia not in been filed in the Pension Bareau S22.520 the punishment but in the couitnisiion of From his retreat in St Louis, where he claims of all classes, of which 5S2.930 have ran to escape mob vengtnee, Dr. Crewdson, the crime. been adjudicated. of the Butler Jscics, writes teat there are The cry among the office seekers ia "on An agent of Pierre Lorillard, of New no grounds for the charge that he insulted to Washington," and they nro flocking York, paid $1,590 for a dog at Memphis ttro ladies in a hack at Bowling Green and thence by the 1OO,0D0j. Kentucky eeenis last week, and offered for another $2030, adds: A man would certainly be either n wilder than any of the Statea in her frantic which was refused. deep dyed villain or a consummate fool deairo for offics and thia pipjr wouldn't bi Ec Supreme Tie.nurer Breckinridge, to make proposals of tho kind intimated, safD.-iea to hold the nam.s of all her Knights of Honor, has placed attempt to illustrate bis meaning, with of the and who are applying even if they wero the balance in his hands, in custotwo ladies in one hack, two men on top of set in solid nonpariel. Col. Thoa. L. Jones dy of the Federal Court. it, and all driving through a public street want the Spanish mission, Cerro Gordo The widow of Green McCullough has in Bowling Green in broad open daylight, Williams, the Meicn, G07. Underwood sued a number of citizens of Cotulla, TexC.Anic county ia the true horns of the as for lynching her husband. She places hankers after the Pint Assistant Postal The Democrat has an- her damagca at $200,000. ter Generalship but what'a the ut? we car.' name them all and tbeir nanti half as nouncements of one candidate for the State Cincinnati has under discussion tho ssna'.e, five for the legislature, three for building of an elevated belt railroad around easy aa we can those seeking nothing. circuit clerk, five for county judpe, eight The Louis7iIle Timet thus refers to the for assessor, two for county clerk and nine the city, the length of which will be 17 miles, and the estimated coat $5,000,000. oldliRcks who are now trying to move heavfor ) liter. Considering that the election The House of Representative, pjs'ed en and earth to get a government office: for most of these offices does not occur 'for the Texas Pacific Land Grant Forfeiture Many prominent Kentucky politicians, nearly 18 months, it Would seem that they bill and the bill prohibiting the importawho have not been heard of since they are taking time by the forelock with a ven- tion of contrtct labor, with the Senate were buried under popular mtjoritiea along geance. amendments. the track of the last quarter of a century, President Arthur invited President Well there is one thing certain, Mr. have scratched out and aro now appearing in Washington ready to accept anything Cleveland can not keep hit Cabinet secret elect Cleveland to be hia guest at the Exfrom a Cabinet portfolio to an old suit of longer thhu next Wednesday and if he ia ecutive Mansion from the time of his aring nnd Gntternig will have prompt attention. I ir.il. HcKlimeVt clothes. Oae of Napoleon's soldier, was the good man that he is cracked up to be, rival in Waahingten until be is formally any further; Haiamcii J JohH jtrluUttjr OANHLLE. BOTLECOUNJr. buried on threo battle-field- s before he he will telegraph us in timj to get their inaugurated. names in our Tuesday's issue and thus enTho majority of the Springer commitwould stick. This "glorious old Cjnimoa Mr.Bapj. Billing ia again very ill. investigated the manner in tee, which wealth" wna settled by this old resurrec- able us to get the buldge on the boys. Ills phjsiclsns regard hia condition ai very which Marshal Lot the tionist's descendant?. Aiter trying the experiment of impris- last election in Ohio, Wright managed dis- ciitical indeed. recommended his Mr. W. E. Grubtw, of Shelby City, is TriE Breckenridge Sacs thinks that if oning criminals only for murder and filling missal from office. a candidate to represent Boyle county in each county had to pay the expense of its her penitentiaries full of such cattle, Five doctors report 221 cases of measles Michigan has amended her criminal laws the next Legislature. If elected there is own criminal prosecutions instead of drawmaking the penalty for murder in the first in this county. Up to the present time ro doubt but that he will make a vry mc-fing it from the Commoaweiltb, there would there have been eighteen deaths from this member. occur such a revolution in public sentiment degree hanging. A life for a life ia the on- disease and seventeen from other disease?. IX- Wakefield &. Hudnon'a stable was set that crime will b greatly diminished and ly commensurate punishment. cvfir Monticello Signal. j.uii"tts nr-- .' on fire Wednesday evening about 8 o'clock Drugs, Books, Stationery and p rz. ivs 11 ir the cost of prJiecilions acilel doira to 3) The patent outsides are slow but they Woodford county will yote March l.h f the minimum I: dmsi.'m hirJ that the get there all the eatue. They are just an- upon eubacribing $50,000 to the stcck of by some one who reached through a crack Fancy Articles. good and people of oae county nouncing that the jiil at Hazirt, (Hazird) the Versailles & Midlsnd railrcad, condi- from the back yard of tulctier'a hotel should have to bo taxed to prosecute crlmi-nal- a wib burned together with its solitary pris- tioned upon the road's completion before premises. Foitunately the fire waa dia rrll-- V rnicilrflj.i ictt.r.t.tj- r,uieu--lt- 4. J: 1 'I Ato covered and extinguished before much in another county lint is lawless and oner, Albert E;ersole, held for murder. the stock is paid for. JVS. j"J J ' r j fmfw Had the flitnes gotten was done. badly managed an J wo bili.v. it would The fire occured early in January. Round-tri- p tickets from New York damage . . .1 t .....11 IQB loss ui Kr"l .i nouu be better if every ouity wsra albvai to to Germany and return on the fimat ccean a gOOU kiail NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. great. No arrestr, have Tha Largest Stock of Watches, Olocks, aUndor fall on Us own merits. steamships In the world, cost $1G 50 for the Tuesday s Messrs. Walker Fry acd Jewelry and Silverwar. There are 553 persons engaged in the round-trior $S 25 either way, crossing TimEE ineffectual attempts were made W. B Taomaa were returning in a sleigh the ocean in eix or seven days, touKttttot-ltt.r- fi ViU Exc'er, England, Tuesday to hang a Poitoffice Deputmeat at Washington. !. at th.o the ehaf a became detatched tbe Lownt. W.uhet. Cloc- -i The Tennessee Senate has passed a bill J Jtntiir lie- At Louisville, two grown eons of. Dr. from the depot murderer, but the trap wouldn't work and rIrtJ on iboit notice aj Wan-n- t. while the horee wis going at a good speed the job was finally given up. Considering repealing the law creating n Railroad R. S. Gilbert have died, and a son and and the little horsey Gnding himself en-three daughters are dying from virulent that England has a public executioner who Commission. harness ran II. C. IIIIIGIIT. E. W. Vogeley, Teller of the Savings measles, contracted by the eldest, Everett, tangled with the ehafts and does nothiuz else but han people, thia is a I CUI.KA.V. gaily towards town. Mr. Fry remained bad showing, hardly up to the Kentucky Bank, Butler, Pa,, is mysteriously missing. while attending hia medical college clin in the sleigh. which whirled about and ran standard. Our sheriff because they have It ia rumored be ia $42,000 short in hia ic. The New York Sun says the American toward the curbstone, while the gallant accounts. so little of such work to do, make miseraMra. Djdlejr, now in jiil for her at- people are now given the privilege of look- Thomas bounded into the air about ten ble batches of it sometimes, but they never ing at the talleat and,uliest piece of ma- feet and came down en his ehouldcra just fail in dispatching the criminal, even if tempt on O'Donovan Kossa'd life, had a sonry in the universe and imsgining, if aa if he had done it on purpose. No one handsome ofier from a dime museum pro tkey have to torture hia to death. they can, that it commemorates the Father was hurt. prietor to exhibit herself. Fisdiko herself over ridden by ward The following business has been transCollections of internal revenue for the of hia Country. The annual report of Spofford, Libra acted in Circuit Court since last report: politicians, who get themselves elected as first seven months of the fiscl year were IN- couBcilmtn and then vote themselves mon- $05,311,317, against $09,062,670, the same rian of uongreai, was submitted to the Commonwealth ve. Ben Durham, willfully ey on contracts that they are forbidden by period for the previous fiscal year; decrease Senate yeaterday. It says the library con- and maliciously shooting and wounding G. tains 544,GS7 volumes and 185,000 pimph-1st- , T. Helm, trial and verdict judgment for law to take, and who form all kinds of $4,021,332. an increase of 31,240 volumes over $100 fine. The grand jury on Tuesday rerings for the pilfering of the city's treasury, Jim Keene, who lost his big fortune Louisville ia awakening to the enormity in Wall street last year, is said to be on hia the previous year. turned the following indictments: II. E. The once famous Peaks, the bell-rinof their acta and her best people are organ- feet agiin and regaining it at hia same old Wishard, grand larceny; Wm. Dye, do; izing a Citizen's 'llagite to Bee that honest stand. He has already paid off" his entire ere, or what there ia left of the family, to- - George Ball, murder; John Brooks, treswit, the old man and the old" woman, re pass; Henry Rogers, counselling another to men shall hereaftir administer her af- indebtedness. -faire. AIVDcommit a felony; Wm. George, houseJohn M. Barbour, President of the spectively seventy six and seventy-fiv- e vears old, are now in the Cortland, N. Y. breaking; M.T. Dugan, keeping a disorder The Elizsbethlown Xacs says: "We Louisville Sportman Association, has issunominated Emmet Login of the Louisville ed a call for a State Conyention to be held poor house and are dependent upon public ly house; America Johnson and Marina Parks, do ; Kate Lee and Jame3 Carrick, JHmes for the Legislature from the city April 8, in the Louisville Hotel. The ob- charity for food. The city of Charleston, in its corporate bawdy house; Daniel Mangum, Joe. Tutt of Louisville and the State at large. Cm ject ol the meeting is to prepare laws to be Hand-mawo get a second?" Yes, hundreds of them-bu- t passed by the Legislature for the protec limit, is about to undertake the driving of and Joe Stodgbill, fornication; F.W. furnishing beer to a minor, 3 case; Logan ia too good a man for the Leg' tion of game and fish, and the proper en- the deepest artesian well in tho world. It is expected to furnish 4 000,000 gallons of George Phillips and Scott Milburn, mali- ialature. He is just where be ought to be forcement of laws thua passed. 1 If a l t Ana A young colored lady from Kentucky, water per day, will be 2,000 feet deep, and cioua enooung anu wouuuhjk. now and is doing the country more good Emma Johnson by name in that common- at least eix inches in diameter at the bot Bank of Lancaster vs. Miller, continued for than if he could serve in forty Legislatures cause shown; T. P. Curry, Imerchnndising wealth, some time since emigrated to Li- - tom. at once. Clip-peThe court martial found Gen. .Swalm liquor, trial and fine of $00 and cost. Com. uenn, eoi A.inci, xnai ene is Dotn amis eald that Miss Cleveland, who is to guilty of conduct prejudicial .to military monwealth vs. Levi Owens, fined for sellbe mistress of the White Route, wears her bitious and lucky ia shown in the fact that in that suppoaably barbaroua land she has discipline and neglect of duty in failing to ing whisky at a preceding day of thia term; hair cut like a manV. If she does thia for report facts concerning Col. Morrow's pay ordered to the work house In default of choice and cot from the effects of disease, risen to the unprecedented height of First accounts and suspended him from rank payment; George Beddow, celling whisky AT AM, TIMES A FOLK I.IXE OF she deserves to remain an old maid all Lord of thfi Treasury and Grand Vizier to and duty 12 years, after which he ia to be- without license; motion for new trial overher days. The crown of woman is her the King of the Cameroona. ruled. Wedneaday the jury .reported the The clerical staff at the White House come a pensioner at half pay. hair and she who would dispoil herself of Prejident Arthur ia receiving praise following indictments. II. E. Wiahard, consists of a private secretary at $3,250 it ia too silly to merit respect. an asiistant secretary at $2,250, two clerks all around for his refusal to Gil all vacant forgery; Sam Farrls, hog stealing; James wound-ine- : MiS30UKi's first citizjn, the notorious at $2,000 each, two at $1,800 each, two at official stations with hia personal frienda Richardson, malicious cutting and robber, Frank James, is now a free man, $l,C00each,oneat $1,400, one at Co., pub- Louisville & Nashville R. It. $1,200, and ueiore retiring to private inc. lie says the last case against him having been dis a telegraph operator at $1,400. Then there that he will make no more appointments, lie nuisance; Jim Lytle, furnishing liquor missed thia week. The people of that is a Bteward at $1,800, an usher at $1,400, and yet he haa fifteen good places at hia to minora and selling whisky without lidisposal. This ia a courtesy to the incom- cense, 3 caeep; Mack Burton, same offense, State should now elect him governor aa he eight mesaengers and 0 at would no doubt fill that office aa satisfaceach, a watchman at $900 and a fur- ing Administration that ought to be ap- onecaei; Mrs. Geo. Beddow, 1 cases; Van torily as it has been for the last few yeaia. nace keeper at $801. preciated. Wade, T cases; Arch Denny, 3 cases nnd It has been decided that the President- George Ann Meaux, 3 casea for samo ofA man named Boyd, from Farmers' Joe Blackburn ia trying his best to elect will leave Albany for Washington at fense. Grand jury discharged Wednesday secure the passage of a bill to appropriate Station, Rowan county, was in Mt. Sternoon next Tuesday, accompanied by Col. evening. 150,090 for a public building at Lexing-ton- . ling Tuesday drunk and was arrested by Lamort, and on arriving there will go imDeputy Marshal J. D. Wyatt and a MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. He needs Gov. Knott there to prenamed John Gill. They were tak mediately to the Arlington, where rooms vent thia useless raid on the treasury. StanManaged by Jno. B, Fish. have been engaged. Mr. HendricKs left ford ia much more entitled by iti locality ing him to jail when A. M. Bowling, the town marshal of Farmers', came up and yesterday for the Capital in President Gir Parties indebted to mo will please call to a pnblic building than Lexington. covering Wyatt with hia pistol compelled rett'a private car, via the Baltimore & and settle immediately. After March lat, Gov. Knott has gone with his wife to him to release Boyd. The latter and Bow- Ohio railroad. I will positively not sell any goods on a Florida in hopes that the climate may re- - ling Btarted and pay the for the depot, and Wyatt col- The following from the Hartford Herald credit, but cheip for toroher to health. Lt. Gov. Hindman lecieu a posse and started after them. is applicable to every community and is highest price for produce. F. L. Thomp is now examining petitions for pardonj, When they arrived there Bowling began a solid chunk of wladow: "How infinites!-mall- y son. about all that a governor has to do thwe firing nnd l!ll..l Gill and wounded another small is the soul of a man, who will The democratic parly of Kentucky must All the above goods have been bought very Low and days. man. He waa then overnoweral ml take his local paper aa long as he can get at once adopt thorough measures of reform The Kentucky hiembera of Congrces en to jail. The night before he had gone It on a to yield control of tho State to will be sold smallest possible marign. We reand hare abandoned the idea of holding a ciu-c- to the house of a man named Hcott at it. Thecredit, of then refuse to piy for or prepare soul such an one would not fill republicans. Kentucky ia the only State to decide bj unit rule vrho shall hold Farmer.', and had forcibly abducted hia tbe vacuum in a hollow tobacco seed. We in which of late years the democratic nn- - spectfully ask an inspection and invite competition. Prices the Federal offices in this State. We knew daughter, Mattie, who waa with him at have several in this part of the wonld which jority has been steadity running down. they would when thej heard from home. the depot when the fatal affray took place. and goods guaranteed. BRIGHT & CURRAN. we propore to give to the public eoon." Covington Commonwealth. tion to respite, bit such was not the case ns he has dc:ideJ to let the law have its course It nill strike the average man anywxy that it was not hia "put" alter the governor hlmiclf had decided that three juries could hardly have arrived at the samo verdict unless the prisoner was guilty. Neal has bien taken to Grayson, from the Ml. Sterling jiil, under heavy guard and will at 1 o'clock, yield the life he forfeited three yeara ago by committing the foulest deed ever known. y the figure. A tramp was found hanging to a tree in Hardin county by a rops nude of his own shirt. Hia name is unknown. A youth named J. 0. Hollidsy waa expelled from the Slate College at Lexington nnd 2 J of hia follow students left with him. Judge Bixter decides that the K. of 11. fund in Judge Breckinridga'a hands must be paid into court, not In checks but in cool ot nt citi-zsn- $111,-490.1- 8, office-seeke- r. Brother Tolmago seems to have his mission to war against the world, the H.mIi and the devil, and is now cruelly woollog the legislature ot New Jersey, which caunot.be legitimately classified with either. Ha haa won another Formerly jewel for hia crown, however. he was known simply as an able expoundWouKl kindly nslc your nttentioa to tho fact that thoy havo jnat rcturno.! er of scripture, ho tins now proved him from tho citica with a large, fresh and well soloctcd stock of self an accomplished muler in tha sclcnco Perhaps it wero better of billingsgate. had he been content with the glory the gopcl gavehlm. Bat Bro.T. knowa best, Eudlcss itt variety, dninty in quality, nnd satisfactory in prices, this wo guar s and should any of the Jeassy Onr nira shall bo at nil times to supply every want in our line. aufibieutly aggrieved nntco. consider themselves to appeal to the code aa recognlzjd by gentlemen, the Kjv. woul 1 only need to show hia late letter to prove that he ia not Consists of tho standard brands of Europe nnd Amoricn. Our largo lino amenable to any uch Uw. Seriously, it of cooking stovos includes tho justly colobralol "Great Woatorn KMcrvo" nnd ia to ba regretted Talmafe defended many other family favorites. from his responsible position and imper CHINA, GLASS, AND QUEENWARK STOCK consists in part OUR illed bis commanding intlnoco by penot Table, Tea nud Chamber Sets complete, Glatswaro richly cut nnd etched. ning such an artiole. The editor's gratulalions to Judge In the wny of Brcadstufls wo name Buckwheat Hour, tho queen of nil tribes. Boone awakened a lljod ol tender recollecOur colebrated "G. M." patent flour unrivalled for cako ami pastry, whilo tions. Sun is a man with n history. A Rico nnd Hominy, our own pntiotic products, arc arrayed as faithful adjuncts. warrior, a statesman, a lawyer, n philan- All the delicacies in foreign and domestic confections nro hero. thropist, handoaie, eloquent, witty, genTin, Stone, Wooden nnd Will.wwnrc, Electric lamps, Stationery, Canned he haa filled a erous, eccentric, varaatile, Well this ia large space during hia brief existence, .dents and Fruits, aud n complete- lino of Cigars nnd Tobicoo. gome of his occupation! have baen merely oniy a hint of what wo have. theoutgushlnjaof a chronic restleano. Believing that wo enn make it to your interest, wo confidently tuk nn ex. o Such, for Instance, was the epasmodic nmination of our goods anp your patronage, of auctioneering; and the Instances ad Respectfully, TAYLOR BROS. vanced by Clint Jenkins of hia relieving cultivating tho tedium of oamp lifc, and the acfthelic in the rolo of a disseminator of Yankee clocks. Sam takes to the editorial sanctum, a lare nmennt of varied cinhilit!ea. The croMilni! clniy of hw life is hia famous alliteration, more terse DEALElt IN than Borchard'i, more pointed than Cro sar'a, more potent than the. decree of Na- Hardware, Ilorso Shoes Groceries, NmldlcM, poleon. Daring his brilliant cjrruecations XjiIIh, Iron, Qitccninaro, IltiRKy lVhlnn, aa a disciplo cf Murpby, while deJighted Cane Mllln, Harucmt, WKB' WheelH, S'tovcn, thousands hung upon hia llp, his practice KpoliCH, Cltlcr MIWm, Imp Cover, waa to conclude each eloquent appeal with ltliUH, Corn MiellcrH, Co! lam, Stoneware, the cabalistic command, "Now stand, and alng, and sign, and stick." The crowd Oliver Chilled, Champion Steol nnd Brinloy Ootabia.d Flows, Wooden and atood, they snr, they signed, and then Cast I'nrapt, and tha Celebrated Hayfleld Elevator. Tin Root there-ecarc- elv ever got they stuck right TAYL0P BROS. HUSTONVILLE, :."". Faaslly r 6aoie feieJtoe shad-eater- Oup Hardware and Pocket Cutlery tht - ipl-sod- a Wi Hi HIGGINS I Grate, 4 i Pemy $- WAlfetei PHARMACISTS, DlJ . -.' c-z. M m ul g JEWELERS. a b-- en Er '""' - J. BRIGHT k CURRAN. IMPLEMENTS. or DEALERS g Groceries, Hardware, Queens ware FARMING n, ui 1 Furst aud Bradley Sulky Plows, South Bend and Hamilton Turning Plows. It r door-keepe- $1,-20- Mitchell and "Old Hickory" Wagons. Our Carnage department Avill be full and complete with the best makes of Carnages, Buggies, Surreys, Phaetons, Jayguar Wagons, Buckboards. maing uuinvators. solo Agonts for Walter A. Wood Harvesting Machines. at the Wo also have a Largo Lino of Walking and cb, f m Stwi-Meckl- g InteriorJoktitcI Tuy tho Red Star polishing powder at W. MARRIAGES. i f Mr, James L. Eaglemn, of this counassortment of Hoe hind made ty, and Mi Pattie, daughter of Col. J. K. JIM.P P. Nunnelley bought in Pulaski February 27, 1885 candles uet In. 8. 8. Myers. SUaieri Ky., Faulconcr, wero married nt Mrs. John W. 17 head of .1 and 1 year old feeding cattle TiisBjpsriutdiJeaiof SjIiojIj, Iter. J, Walker's Wednesday evening by Rev. W. averaging atotit 850 lbs. at $33. l.Aff.'lOCAL'TifiiS CARD. ' 0. Goodloe. A. rto'gle, will to' in hit cfllco here to morWool Is quoted in Louisville as followi: Mr. Iluh Hays and Miss Ptttio, tho 12 IUI1 train going North .......... r. w. row. Medium greae wool at lSf21rj black, 13:; ' 1 Si! r. u. -........ " " pretty datigh'er of Mr. and .Mrs. Allen 6ulU ......... 1 ri a. u. .. Kxpruitraln" bootu ........ Kentucky burry, 1214:j Southern hurry, Mfta Betsy FesnincjinJn will open Beazley, of this county, 'were muried at Norn., tub waihed wool,2G233. school nszt Monlay in tho office of the the Carlilinn church In Lancaster, Tues- 1012?; Tho above Is calculated ou standard time. Solar factory. Fqulre E, B. Caldwell, Jr., writes from day evening by Eld, W. A. Fowlc, Mr. R. Iui I about 20 minute CasUr Waynesburg tint L G. Gjooh hii Bold his M11. John Hnionr tells us that fl ItrflfllnV Bltttnn ftmm liaat man .U farm of 100 acre3 to a gentlemin from OjIo LOCAL HQTICES. two large eagles are roosting in his CCreniODV. Wlllrll RM ft! LnnruMBr lionattaa and a Mr. Minn, from Indiina, has bought town, the bride was engaged in that neighborBUY your school books from Penny & near or traded for another firm of 100 acres. McAliMer. TitErtK is another girl at Mr. Forestus hood teaching school, the couple came to People are settling in tint neighborhood freah and genLANDrtmu's Garden Reid's miking four children tint havo Mr. Betzley'd where an elegant supper and from many States and all seem well pleasuine at l'enny & McAllster's. 5 few friends awaited them. We hope that blcrsed his marriage, ed. There is no whisky sold and religion "Watches and Jewelry repaired on short the marriage may fully realisj their brightand good tchools prevail, notice and warranted by Penny & McAlla-le- r. We havo taken the Agency for tho l.na est dream of happiness. Powder and are prepared to make estiPAINT LICK, GARRARD COUNTY. A COMPLETE stock of jewelry, latest RELIGIOUS. style. Kockford watches n specialty. Pen- mates on blowing up stuuipi. Bright A Some of out farmers say that the Curran. ny & McAllitcr. Eld. John Bell Glb'son will preach drilled wheat ia not entirely killed. FAr.MF.n8, Read Tiiih -- Go to, Dr. M. We have just opened the nicest line of Mt. X'enia uexl Sjnday afternoon at Fon Sale. Two nice show cases. Any L. Bourne' drue store and get one pierage Glass and Q'leenaware ever brought to this o'clock. of 8am A. Clark's Hoi: iUmedy, If you one can get a bargain by applying to J. R. Eld. J. L Livingston will preach at nre not sniffled after usinu it your money nnrket. We defy competition in styles Wearen, thii place, or C. B. Eogleman, " and prices, Warren & Metealf, Sugar Grove school houso at 11 a. m. Sunwill be refunded. Lancaster. day next. C. B. Eaglcman his resigned as express The heaviest snow uf the winter, mak PERSONAL The meeting at Ml. Sterling conducted ing the 25th, and leaving only four more agent here and will move ta Liccister the Ma. J. V. Xutrr, of Ml. Vernon, for tho ooason, according to Uncle Pate by Revs. McElroy, Scudder and Guerrant first of March, where he will engage in the has closed with 10 actc sions, was Ifero Wednesday. transfer business. Eaibrce, fell TuesJay. A thaw followed Tho Raman Catholics "claim" to have Memiis. W. L WiTitciu and L. V. and since then mud and slush have taken Our little village will not be represent, but the church mem- ed at the Inauguration on Hubble, of Ltncitttr, wero here yesterday, tho place of sleet upon the streets. Damp, 0 370,858 adherc-Jlsthe l'b, but we Mils, CArr. Rust, of Sequin, Tcxn, chilly and foggy, the past three days have bership is not reported and it is probably have some good democrats here that would has our thanks for late Ban Autcnia pa- betn fino for developing pneumonia and less in number than either the Bipiists or not kick a bit if they should get a good Methodists. pers. (at office. other lung troubles. Rev. F. S, Pollett preached to the colMi?s Ilr3ie I'bnni.voton, of Stanford, Mr. DjG. SlaughUr is closing out his We held our forms open until a late ored people at their church in Mscksvllle stock of goods hero with a view t R7' W. CrowV. Richmond ii a of going to hour last night expecting that Mr. John J. Wednesday night, und had a large and at- -, Herald. the Dripping Springs, so that he can de Mb. ash Miw. J. W, Hayden havo Bright, known as "Iljol" to distinguish tentive audience. This irood work mlcM vote his whole attention there, in order to returned from their bridal lour in tho him from the numerous other John Brights be followed to advantage by other prea-h-c- rs make it the foremost watering place in the in town. ftiuth and have taken rooms at the .St. who roam this locality, would publiolr anStntP. nounce himc!f a emdidate for the LegisMiss Msgsgie Smith gave a pirty Tuet-da- y Enter of this year is to be made mem Asaph. night in honor of M(es Mattie New-comDn. Steele Bailey returned yeslec lature, ai we Iern he has declared to his orable dt tlio publicttnn of the revised of Mt. Vernon, which was an enday from Ml. Vernon, whera he hn been friend, but he did not (haw up. We under- Old Twtamsnt in London. Tne contro-versie- s stand his platform is "Prohibition and the which divided the religious world joyable afliir. Ntwithstandiag it was a attending little Ceil Crook, who hat the whipping-past- " and upm the latter issue at the publication of the revieed New rainy, sleety, sloppy night there was a large scarlet fever. especially ho'll get hundreds of votes. ate likely to ba renewed with vigcr crowd in attendanc;. The snpper was exMrs Samuel J. Euurv Mil and m ceedingly nice and Ue date: was kept up from Clr.c'nnatt Tutslay where Tun issue closes the 1'tth year of the over the new book. There were thirly-onconversions at until the wee sma hours. (hey had been to bTe their Will's eyes exigence of the Intehioh Journal, more the revival, which ncontly closed at the Dr. W. C. Montgomery hai been operated upon. than ten yein of which has been under administrator of the estate of Mr. Presbyterian Church. Thus far only Hon. T1109. W. Vaiikok, Stanford, thtpreunt nnnageoient. From a weekly Ky , is in town and distinguished as the an 1 weakly patent outside, when wc took five have joined, the church. The remaind- John Yeakey deceased. J. R Wearen is only Kentucky visitor to the Capital not chtrgeofit, it has long since developed er will probably unlto themselves . with an applicant for the postofihe here. John some church D. Guerrant, the is a nice, clever Mlow and we would be seeking ollbe. Wuhlntoa Special in into a prosperous which visJop-lielcijuent divine, who onducted (he servi- clad to see him get the office. B. II. 0 J. its nearly every home in this county and and Willis Aditn', Jr., of Mt. Vernon, We notice in a Knoxvllle pan1" tbM Crd Its wiy nit only to 07ery Statj and ces is now preaching in Mt. Sterling. are visiting relatives here. Dr. C. T. fipil-ma- n Lexington Prc. has been quite sick. Littleton Rice our friend, Mr. W. M. Weber, lale of Mt. Territory in the Union but two, bat to a hss rented the dwelling house of D. G. Vernon, ha bought.the stock ami good will number of the countries of the old world. LAKD. STOCK AND CROP Slaughter. of Pattrreon & Armitsye's drug store in The Breckinridge Club, of Lexington, In a talk with Mr. Jck Bad ey, presiMay wheat dropped a cent at Chicago that oily. will go to Washington over the Chcsarcike dent of tho Dinvillr, .Stanford and Crab and is now qooted at t2. A Ohio Railroad. The entire expenes of LOCAL MATTERS. 0,chard Turnpike, on the question of free I want a few loads of earn at once. the trip by going with the club will be turnpikes, he oppoied the idea and gave R. T. Matttngly, Stanford. only $30. This Includes everything 1 utuii roTATOra at H. S. Myern'. same 'goad reliant for it. expenses, railroad fare, hotel exHs roid is Uncle Pate Embrec offers a monstrous penses and sleepers, besides the expense of The best oil can made at W. II. Hlg-Kin- s. about 20 milca lonjand coit $70,000. It! fine jack for sale in another column. Wolf A Trost's band, which will accompaoltects a littlo oyer $3,000 in tolls yearly, Divld Jamc, of Fayette, sold to a ny the club. Brar Orange. Lemons and Baoanai at aSout $2,000 of which is used In repiinand LcxiDgton party JO fat hogs at SI 02 per ''Bough on Ilatt" clears out ra'iandmlco lfc. $375 paid to toll collectors. The stockhold cwt. T. R. Walton's. "Rough on Corn" for Corns and Bunions. I.rc. ers get about 1 per cent, on their investment. E I. Shelby, of F.iyette county, recentThin people, "Weill' Health Kencwcr" restores Btcxtixr line uf bird cage ever brought Mr. Bailey siya he found on investigation ly had eight fine Southdown sheep killed health and vigor, cum djripepsla, Ac. II. s to Stanford at Bright A Curran's. of the toll is by dogs. that more than "Rough on Toothache" eItci lnttant relief. ISc. Ladlci vho would retain fiwhnrsj and TlTaelty, paid by other thin the pjaple who live Newton Bright, of Shelby county, told Von Rent. Two desirable dwelling don't rail to Iry'Wella' Health Renewer." along the road. r. in Lauisvillc, four hogiheads of Burley "Ruchu-pallja,- " great kidney and urlmry cure. l.cus at Richmond Junction. Huff i, rati, mice cleared Files, roschti, inU, A youno nun fresh from the green hills Icif at $13.75, $12,10 50 and $10. Tho Lebinon Standard reports sales out by "Rough on Rati." ISc. g Radolph Plsuba Wilden-berI want to rent 10 or 50 acres of gocd of SwiUtiland, "Rough on Coughi," troches, Jc; liquid, 25c. by name, put up at the Myers House of 11 mule colls for $075; 11 at $62 50; blue grass land, near Stanford. J. S. For children, slow In development, puny and 3 at $C5; 2 at $S7.50 and 15 long yearlings tho other night and was given a room with delicate, me "Well' Health Renewer." Hughes. "Rough on Dcntlit" Tooth Powder. Try It. 15c. a spring bed in it. He never had laid his at $S7. Foil coughs, oolds, Ac, use Comp. Syrup UtrToui Weakness, Dyspepsia, Sexual Debility The Louisville cattle market remains intnly form on such a contrivance before !. curea by "Wells' Health Renswer." of White Pine, In 25 and 50c battles, Pre and when he did the thing sprung up as if about the same, prices ranging from 2J to Mother Swan's Worm Syrup, for feTcrlshcess, pared by McRabettt A Stagg. Hogs are quoted at A to 5 30 and worms, constipation; tasteless. 25c. it would throw him out of the bed. This 5. Stinging, Irritation, all Kidney and Urinary II. J. DAU9T offers for iale 2 building alarmed him from the first and when he sheep at 2 to 4 cents. 21. Mr. K, L. Tanner, of Jones A Tanner, coraplaluts cured by "Buchu-palba.- " Stanford and began to turn and the thing ta spring even lots, 00x132 feet, between Night sweats. fcTcr, chills, malaria, dyspepsia, more wildly, his alarm grew ta fright and millers, McKinncy, eays they are offering cured by "Wells' Health Renewer." Rowland, well located and accefslble. " My husband (writes a lady) is three times the lis becamo thoroughly convinced that there 85 cents for wheat but can get none at that, E. L. Jone, of Williamtburg. who en- was somebody under the bed, He called in the fatmers holding for a higher price. man slnco using "Wells Health Renewer." II. deavored to expedite the star route service help and It was explained to him that it J. L. Neal, of this precinct, had nine If you are failing, broken, worn out and usa "Wells' Health Renewer." II. by forging mall contracts, has been found was the nature of the bed to act that way, acres of tobacco which averaged 1,090 Prevalence of Kidney complaint In America; guilty in the U. S. Court nt Louisville. 1 a quick, complete cure. St. " but he could not be coavincad that some- pounds to the acre. He sold to Oberbey, Wells Is renewing his subscription Mr. R O. thing was not wrong, and refusing to retire isews, A Co, at $6.30 all around.-fP- Ml" . The Beautr of Youth, Brown, who is connected with the institu- again, went up to the depot and sat up all Nomitterhowhanlsoma or stalwarts young Dave Moore, of Franklin county, owns man may be otherwise, not hint can make up for a tion, writes us that there are "DO convicts night. attratt-1tIn the Kansas State Penitentiary at Lan Rape. Alfred Mullins, a a ewe that has given birth to seven lambs partially bald head. Shining talents aro may be Attempted buta shining poll ia not The cauw in the last twelve months two last sing. young man of 21, charged yet Parker's Hair Much, two in November and three last sickness or anything else,the hair and start a new will stop the lots of buy a farm mighty cheap hero with attempting to cirnally know Mrs. week. Ynican growth of gloy and soil hair so quickly as to "lift Monday. Sherlfl Meneflee will have Gluts, a Gernnn lady, against her will, Two good Alderney cows with young surprise you restoring the original color at the and If they was tried before 'Squires Biatin and Eison, some two hundred for si!e heifer calves, for sale. One is a J Alderney wrnvtlme. Not a dye. not oily, delicately bring no more than the taxei they have to at Highland, Wednesday and acquitted, in with a I calf and the other is Only standard 50c dressing. half Alder-nethe face of what wo learn was very strong John M. McRoberts, Sr., Stanford. XEW ADVKBTISEMKMh. A new undertaker's establishment has proof agaiust him. W. E. Varnon assisted Several farmers in Bourbon county been opened in Hustonville by Mr. B. K. the prosecution and M. Peyton represented will abandon the growing of tobacco and Wearen, of this place, and if our good the defendant, when he was not represent- will tuin their attention to hemp. They FOR SALE. ing himself, by attempting to intimidate friends of that end are ever so unfortuna say it is not eo hard on the land and not and attorneys, which he is said to He ai to need the ser7lcs of such a man, they the court so liable to be burned up. I nili sell mv fincJ.it. "Bltck Hawk."weighed ; and atSjeara will find Mr. W. a clever one to do busi- have done by his swaggering manner and John F. White, of Kin'jton, sold seven 5yearaold,li5 binds blgbfinest Jark that I ever 1,050 pounds. He is the impertinent questions. Mr. Varnon was ness with. mules, 15. hands high, to James Martin, handled and I bare bandied a good miny In my by him in his frequently interrupted Um" VEVTOS F.MBltEK, The subscription of a good many of speech and had to call on the court to re- at $133; two plug horses at $S0 each. 4K-2Stanford, Ky. expire with this Issue. We quire his silence. The case will be fully Geo. D. White sold to same five mules, 15 our patrons $135.-Her- ald. hope that all will renew at once, but if any investigated by the grand jury and the next hands high, at Messrs. R. M. Gano A Sons, of Dallas, Road and Bridge Letting! should not desire to do so he will please trial of Mr. Mullins, i( he is indicted, will y completed tho putchaee of 5,000 personally or by postal be held where tho forms of a legal investiSealed proposals will be received until SInv. notify us either 1ES5, for the (iradlug and Macadamizing of Next Monday will be county court gation are better observed, As reported to head of graded stock cattle, for the Estado 20. card. tho Turnpike Ro.vl leading from etanford by way Land and Cattle Company, for $83,000. of Pudderar's Mill and Goshtn Church to the Garsettle. us the case Is an outrageous one. day and a good time to come up and and also lor the building of an county Messrs. Gtno A Sans paid cash down $33,-00- 0 rard Bridge lino, Dlx Hirer, fereclacatlons of across Do so and take a pretty calendar and some Iron ono of both will bo given upon application to tho Theuf. is a man in town who will atand arc to pay the balance, $55,000 on other chrome printing to the children. PreildentoftheCompiny. The right is reserved tempt moat anything provided you ihttcr tho delivery of the cattle in May next. to reject any and all bids. Communications should tie addressed to the underlined at Gilberts Creek, ago, John Proctor, of him by staking your money that he can do Auatin Statesman. Some three years Lincoln county. Ky. Mt. Vernon, had his skull fractured by tho it. A few nights ago ono young man bet I.F.WIB UVDpEIlAIt, Vta dent There were 1,505 cattlo on the WinStanford, Dlx River, Garrard Co. A White Oak fall of a flic pole. For a long time he was another $10 in tho presence of the man chester market, Monday. The beat feedTuranlke Road Company. (H9.3t) able to attend to buslnes, but lately began aforesaid that the aforesaid man could drink ers sold readily at prices ranging from 5 to sufler from frequent fits. An examina- a pint bottle of pepper sauce, which waa as to 5 cents. JUDGMENT SALE lot of extra good yeartion showed that the ekull was pressing on hot almost ai the fire we read about in the lings brought $30,10. Good calves brought the brrln and Tuesday Dr. Peyton went to scriptures, Nothing daunted and with a $21,50 per head. GaoJ mountain steers his home and aislsted by Dr. Reld perform-e- d heroism worthy of a better cause, the pro- sold at 4 cents. Common mountain cattle -- ACthe operation known as trepanning. A fessor seized the bottle, which had been were dull. Yearling heifera brought from LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT, piece of the skull larger than a diver produced, aud commenced to swallow its $18 to $20. Mountain calves were dull " DAVIS, MALLORY A CO. and the patient is fiery contents. As he continued the water quarter was taken out In Equity. bringin: from $10 to $1L A. good many J Vf. M. HOWARD, AC. now doing well. began to run out of his eyes, then his nose mules on the market some of which changrt virtue of an order of the Lincoln Circuit Ct. finally his ears and still but half of ed hands at $75 and $150. In the above cause, the undersigned Recslver will The examining trial of the two Graggs and KACU VKXK, tho sauco had disappeared, By this time Peabody, Kansas, has a croimery that in SATURDAY OK for tho murder of the colored man Robert was an awful subject to con- is a paying institution. It ia now making Beginning Saturday, Feb. 7th, Prenitt, reported in our last issue, was the professor commencMarch And Atorney, in hopes template and his courage, like Bob Acres, 500 pounds of cboico butter daily, but the ing atending Saturday, promptly23, issj, each day, Mil at postponed by the County 10 o'clock a. m. of product in Juno last reached 32,000 lbs public auction to the highest bidder for CASH, beginning to oozs out of the ends of finding additional testimony, but he did was well selected stock of finger?, when a happy thought struck The prices paid for cream ran from 22 only, a large, freib and not succeed and the men were set free. his Dry Goods, Groceries, Olothing, Boots and turning to tho man who had bet cents per guago in January to 12 centa in The grand jury meets in two weeks, how- him, and Shoes, Hats, Notions, &o be further Inves- against him he stammered in the moat lu- June. Its wagons traverse over COO tquare ever, when the case will of W. M. Howard In Crab tho brick itore-roo"George, I can do it, but miles of territory and last year $7,000 At Orchard, Ky. A splendid opportunity la ofiered tigated. The fact that ono of the men gubrious tones, to purchase goods at nominal prices. yours and don't want to were paid out to teams and drivers and every one will also be kept open each day The store-roothreatened in the presence of witnesses to I'm a friend of goods eee him see you looeo your money. Draw tho bet over $25,000 to farmers for cream, A between the ncekly Saturday atauctions and wholecut the negro's throat just to their actual to nurcbiscrs for CASH told you'll do it sure." Tho bet was drawn cheese manufactory i) to be added to the sale cost without carrlago. bleed, when he asked him for the money he or IF. G. WELCH, n. n All twriani indebted br account to W. M. showa their feeling and their out of sympathy for the man, who suffered creamery and by May 1st it ia expected owed him, at once with enough to keep him from doing eo foolish that 700 lbs. of butter and 500 lbs. of cheeee tt.m.r,! will saxe costs br tettlln2 In Crab Orch-murderous Intent towards tho negro, whom W. O. Hansford at the O, W. a thing for some time to come. l10-t-cwill bj made daily. arJ. hey afterwards butchered. A II. Higglns. W. II. Miller bought yesterday of George Logan, a young raddle horse for fresh 11 (!!) A 8l, .'.Choice jut Preserves Jelly, Apple Butter b, Tee-tame- nt iiii c Ft to-di- y semi-weekl- y, m Bulk and Cheap - n m 8 four-fifth- Dad-itera- bed-bug- at T. R.IWalton's Corner Main H ner-lou- a, Buchu-palba- c, bull-necke- Bal-ai- m v. R- and FINE JACK Somerset Streets. 1 0e Dry Goods, Clothing, f ' m R"r. store-hou- to ot y- SemrffiBcAlBlnterierlonnml Stanford, Ky., Tlir N-- Honor to lie HecMlarjr of sTjomlae. IBI11 - February 27, i885 tor of llifi New Turk liar. 4f Nyc IWashlnRton Hatchet. Wo had a rccrctnry onco who thought whet sorcerer of tho scenic stagol ALEX. AMDBBBON. I ho was appointed that tho crow nod heads o: Who calls thy strido spondaic, thy ncccnU A.T X.A.W, tho world would probably mako tho welkii DANVILLE, KY., screechy J ring with glad rtcclatm, and fairly ninko thi ITiy voico is silvery 6oft, thy laughter merry. Will Petleo In Ih. CourU of Boyle and adjoining Atlantic boil with rod hot congratulatory ca We'll fight tho fiend who says it isn't, Torry. eouatlM and In tho 0utt of Apposl blegroms; but they did not. WhcnboIandc Wo cannot call theo ours. We're sorry-v- ery, J. B. riBH. nt Cheyenne tho shock was not great, Thi social fabric ot that wealthy and bright llttli And "peak and pino'1 for rights proprlo-Tcrrcity did not seem to totter much. Notaslngli Col Will praetlco In th. Roekcaatl. Courts. tot. The secretary oven had some difficulty ii i'ot, sinco 'tis all In vain our grief to bury, Offlc In Oourt-hougetting tho best room nt tho hot!, oven whei Wo fain would seok forthwith somo y. ho stuck his chest out and announced that hi T. HUFFMAN. was secretary of slate. Ho did not then kno KT. UTANFOBD, in matter of social standing and sal or that London Halt fashions, ald Main Btroot, two doors aoort Offlce-8o- uth Loudou Judy. tho poorest paid justice of tho jwaco in Chey enno looked down on him aud pitied him. Hi Ou dialnl.t.r.4 wh.n did not know that when ho announced him self as a federal appointoo bo began to bi DB. W. B. PENNY, looked upon with suspicion, and that hi would have to behave mighty well for yean 8TANFOBD, KENTUCKY. to como in order to craso tho bad improssloi door to ITK nni.. nn rjinp.itur alreel.- . - which ho bad unwittingly made. Thopcoph I. 'I A. Wyoming will never forget him. Hi of 5. and 1 to 6 r. . Anesthetics admlntst.reU when dtinoustratloa when he arrived hoped for a oeeeuarr. .inc to Miss "terry, rkVOrBBSlOKAL Loik, Read and Remamtur TIUT i" 1 ."JJlg "Wtmf9MSSBKP9Hlt ATTOTtNBY hand with a choice line of Cakerand fresh at all times. Also a Iresh line pr ,0 "? Taffrsol all kinds. I am also baking for customer. All orders for lclog and ornamenting executed atahort notlc.. jOMt T. Ml A K HIS li still on Bread, J. T- - HARRIS r"P"J J y; AndMuffiaignuUCou,. semi-Terr- l"l OPERA HOUSE, BTANKORD. KY. THK GREAT Through Trunk Line 8U" Ul W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor Ble.of8tae,:i0xM. Eight eompl.t. ats of Boeo. ery Beating capacity, Including gallery. e0. rates lo good attraction, AdJretf Keaaonabl. rJ?.'&no5!id. C3r. 3FL- - 'XTST'CLtOJm fc BkrecsEMTS- - VM.--- w- tlt .. 1. II. Baldwin loat-oOc, Co., Without Change and with Spwd Unrlvaletl SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE IV. P. McCLAKY LIneoln conn la a candidate for reprasiutitlve of to tha action ol th. democracy. ty, DAVID DUDLKT FIELD. JlssnapoUj, Loalsillle, Ky., Clnclnnatt, O., and . Docker Ind., dealers in Btelnway A Sons'Bons', Baldwin d Voae A J. A G.Tlehr, Souar. Tlaoo For- t-, 's Ootuie, and iUolS Stey, tihonlngeranJ Uamlllon Orgaoa. iStrumentaiJld at price and terra; to .oil pur. get oar I ehuers. Don't give your order. U you DaoTlIU, Kr piliat and terms. f ROM LOUUVUUt TO Tilt SOUTH & WEST Jacksonvllli, Mobile, and Without PULLMAN CARS Kaihvlllt, change to Mimphll, Lllll. HofV, Mentgomiry kAiiama, Bavannao, On tha of February Mr. David Duillcj FioM completed his Wth year, and a rweptiou was given at the hoiuo of bis brother Cyrut in commemoration of the ovent Mr. Field igor it is n remarkable cxamplo of physical old ago, IIU step is as firm, UU enrriago m upright and his onduranco ai great as moil men's nro at 40. Tho secret of hi prescrva tion Is worth Icnowltig, and Mr KiMd thus ro- joiin n. mifxeb Lincoln counli a candidate 'or repeesentatlre of to th action LselsUtiwa, subject ty In of the democracy. AX Masonlioimor's Restaurant OrrosiTS thsnl .... 0um!Iovib KENTUCKY, BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA In Palace Cars Without Chang. DK. Sb.Si' the ' Democracy. "Whoa I was a young man I had very heada.h?s. In 1840 I bought a horse aud I have uot hid a headarho since. Evcrj I have dons s morning I nrix at li o'clock for 40 years. I tako an Ico cold bath, droa myself, jump on a horse at 7 o'clock, and rid( for an hour I thon breakfast aud work at my house till 11 o'clock, when I walk doc town, a distance of four miles. I remain al my office until 3 o'clock, then walk homo and lino at C. At 7 1 sleep for half an hour, aftct which I am ready for anything, f retire 1 have done this foi 10 and 11 o'clock. over 40 year. I attribute my hardihood tc liorselack i Ming." Stnoo the retirement and death of Charles' O'Conor he has succeeded to the lead ot the New York bar. He occuple3 a unluo position in American history. With the exceps tion of a seat in tho lower house of and a seit on tho floor of the peace convention he has navor held any public political or judicial, yet he has attained to n position and an innuenco which any jurist and any statesman might well envy. Although he has amassed a magnificent fortune as active ly successful practice, he Is in legal business as if dependent pon tht day' work for his daily bread. Tho great reform with which Mr. Field has for nearly half a century been connected Codification is now through his persistent efforts on a fair way to general acceptance in many ol the state? of the Union, and certainly In the largeU state has already toconid n procon-grosto-da-y utes it: HON. A. G. TALHOTr At a J. I... PBTTBS inMin r DANVILLT, - haod aoi In It season, s iVitintr lu thft s "tl0 0 on Uealsar.aervedl all hou a. (3am. alway lm flih, nd outer frrsh and en hot lUrdellcaeleasertedlnal ilile. l Woodbine Bistau-rannolle. Look out for th. signhungry. and call when jou ar. SHORT LINETO THE EAST Frosa Loolsvlll. In PalaesCari wllhutcbang, t" r. !'. MASOXltKEMKnLtnTllle, ;, STANFORD. KY. M I P D A U TC Seiklnc homes on the L (Til Lill All I O line ol thi road will rcc.lv. special low rates. Si. A.nt( ol thli Cnmpany for late, rootel Ac., or welte ID r C. P. ATMORr!, G. P. & T, A. pBr la I ' I. . id totbMiloii otlho flnt Candidate for Senator In the District comno.of Eojle. Uncoln, Casey aoa uarraru, .mure Loulavlllo, Ky. bemocrath party. Lleeilon Stanford Female College. GHESAPEAKiANO OHIO HY. Monday in Auguiu JUDGE XBOS. TP. VAKNON TsaeardUatoto h JMr jl ' ic Lincoln, .ulijf Cl Election August, 1W. fill out the y! Brown. decd,..fCountyJudg. u"P'"a 'I With ine Thi Institution oath lit a Full Corps of Teachers, Kentucky's will open Its Klftwnth SmIod Monday la September next. Route East N.Y. WaihlnotoiiTPIiiiaidelphla Tb. only Uo. runntog nounced sue ?!?. VIriasln' Senator-Elec- t. v- - )P , JOHN C, BPOOtfEIt. (J. Spooner, who ban Wfa-onsln, Tho Korfcrnuf jecognlre.1 .Mr Spoonor's Her itt in apiointing him a member of tin buiido! i events. From IST3 to IsS-- ho" vent U.t- - ciIic1Uji of the Chicago, St. Paul, Iir.na .iK.linnd Omaha railroad Ko has alnayi Utn a H'.uulican, and has n high reputatioi aiiKtiMitlr hi orator. just been elect! it United Sutes senator from tfcniiarattvcly a young man, having beet boru in Ind , on the 0th o: January, iSl'f lie comes of a family ol noted lawyers, and himself stands at tbi front of the Wisconsin bar. He served in thi Union army during tho civil nar, first as ( privnlo and later ns a captain, mid upon to turning from tho field became assistant stab librarian and military secretary of tjlov Fair rliiM having meanwhilo studied law witl his father, ites'gning his .secretaryship, hi Ucatne etvUtarit to tho attorney general, one in 1370 liegan tho practice of law nt JTudeon in 1S7I lm hm elected to th legislature as i ItcpuMicun, und tho Uts university being' difllc ultlet, l.o became lu forcniou tlumploa John 1 An engraver's mistake lately caused tho bride's parents to say on tho partis: "Mr. 1. Notice is hereby given that T. P. Hill. J. W. and Mrs. respectfully requests ycur Alcorn, J. K. Biu e. Jno. J. '' ' presents at tho marriage of trrir daugh-ter,- '' llruc. K. P. Owsley. A. A MeKlnney. W (I. formed in in. Welch and P. M. Mettoberts bar. etc. corporaled Company under the provisions General Slalutea ol Kentucky, and DostonPost: When a man Mays down at article of Incorpora. adopted and his oftlco until midnight trying so striko a bare In the Untolnrecorded Court Cl.rk oO. Uiunlr tlon balance) ho generally loses it before he rls 2. The name of tb. corporation shall tc 'Ih. Stanford Creamery Compa.i" and Itor principal borne. ,. .. 1 .h.ll j In mil th. A Sliorl IVanEVr Made elly ol Slanlord. In Unroln county, By. ...-- iWall Street News s. ID. general oaiurv m m. he .hall belh.P ichawcf creis Last fpring an Indiana man started a ban! manufacture and aal. ot butter therefrom, and th. in a town in Dakota, and nbout tho 1st o a eol Uto stock to utilize ptircLaie, feeding and October, having eecured depoiit to the es the offal of the Creataerr tent of t'M.OOO, a notice was oui? mornin . i.. Th. capital atoek cf the wrporalloa ah.U U .i.ii... " ioriy-n- e nununui uimh. n .a i1II,IikI tnla posted on tho doors ot the (rink, tending! each, and shall be hundred 'Teniiorarily elJieil hopu to pay deposi aharesofone Inttallmentdollars deannded by the when paldtnooe ton In full " a'rfc.irJ'corporal .. .,..,. - ..l.l.nr.B o. j n. Tho banker wnnted to tost the tempor o ioa .. aball continue the lit day the public previous to a big scoop. In th exlit forth of April.of 135J, and twentyflee year. period course of hall an hour tho doors were kickce C. The affalra of aald corporation ahall be con. I .a!.... Til.iolnta I ritakil A I WHO til in, tho olllce gutted, tho banker stepped oi a...a a t . li of until ho wns 17 feot long aud only two India shall constitute a nnoruin for the tr "..ctlon "" Dusinesa. ra u uireciui. thick, nnd tho chop who held u revolver ti ou the 1st Monday In April," and shill .ii his ear jovially remarked: elect a President nd a tecretary and Treasurer. "Now, then, my friend, wo give you Jus Said Directory shall haTo power to select and etu. -- T''t)S of th. ". "'.i.T.irii '."5n. Thj Nevada ichemo is a taking one witl five minutes to unlock that safe and coun corpoiatton. The incorporator ihall elect a Hoard the home, and u patent has been applied for. out tho slug to the depositors In full," Depositors were paid in full, and th 01 uireeior. woo suau : uun. " 7;-banker has come east in search ot more civi shall bare been elected and accepted th. offlce. Itopoct for llio Uep.irtcil. j. an. uiDeiuiuuui ui one people. exceed one otCnap-terfitoftb. 1 nt Cheyenne the shock iroi not great. but ho prayed that there would not be one whoi ho went away. Ho was tho champion asset the known world. Ho wanted to be preccdec by the blare of trumpets. He yearned tc walk over the wild and woolly yahoos of the rowdy wtst Ho liked to have tho governoi go away, so that he could appoint a notarj public at Deadman's Rancbe and sign it ai Acting governor, with a big, big O. He die not know that tho people of tho west wolkee on their hind feet till be went to Wyoming For many months he kept it well before tbi pcoplo that he was secretary of state, bur before bo went away bo tried to concoa it. He traveled incog., as a matte of safety and comfort. I know om man who has held an Important federal office two terms of four years each and is liable t continue through the third term, which bo La just begun, but ho did not begin by calling on tho troops tp.come and bold his bead whilo bi He know when U thought of a hard word went west that tho Lord reigned there also and that tho man who kept his mouth shu most of tho timo was less liable to get an over dose of daylight into his vitals. Ho lias livet and propered and been twice reappointed Tho hoodlum west knows when it is well usee and it ulso knows when tho president is fcek ing to play an April fool trick on It. When a man goes into a territory nowaday to enter into trade or business, tho peoplo a onco olfir him every kind of cncouiogement but when b goes there as an appointee 1 must behave himself for years before he cat tecum that "perfect love which casteth ou1 fpar." lliu Advance of Civilization. ITue Judge IlVieii ht nitrfed Tho Suakim costume. Thi notlc forewarn hunter, fishermen and tramp not to trupasa on our Und without per. minion, a all uch eel aro liable to to procoeuted ceae, to th. full extentof hi law. Margar-inDut they marked on her ctllara. Btanlord.Ky March 17lb. JMI. fBlgped.l OusAW.M.iietonnack, D.MeKlttrlck a. W. r.nvnter. It. T. Ruth. Yet Wrong. ltlght C Bishop, K. Held, Drake's Traveler' Miffailno.) Levi Hubble. K.Cobb, K. D. Rhodes, "Am I on tho right road to the villager HlgKtos Kelly, McCormck, W. lemandod a traveler of rut old darky who B.U.AJ K.elOTer. t.n.LrUe, L. Carter was working in a field. J. W.Weatbeiford, T. J. Hill, "Yaas, ali," said tho darky. Wo. Burton, C Vanoy, J. S. Murphy, Tho traveler pursued his way, but presently J. A. Harris J. M. Hill. P. W. Carter, returned very mad. J. 11. McAIIster, EJ. Carter. "I say," ho shouted to tho old fellow, J. D.Jonn, Foster, T. J. J.Q. Montgomery did you mean by telling mo that I was on tb T. JL White, I). A. Benedict, right road to tho village f H.E. Jtarcum, W. E. Amen T. "I tor yo' detruf. 'deed I did. boss." replied M. D. Iluuell, UJ Darsl. Newlaod. A. tho darkey, "but yo' tuk do wrong direkshun, 8. W.Olreos. AC Newlanl. lyrl jab:' Jaa. H. Prewltt. o ftio Modern Milkmaid. Harper's Uaar. rhe elegant, titled Sir Thomas HautTon Fell in love with tho only fair daughter Of an oleomargarino maker, and won Her affections by swearing, his honor npou, That he never would havo any bnt lwr. Alast he repentel the pun at his case. They wcro wed, and, as sh hail tho dollars, lie must imllo when addressed as "My Lard" or "Your Orea?." When a daughter came, even, the joke didn't 1. S. BOSMGY, HOUSE PAINTER! AND PAPER HANGER. All Freeco Celling Paper Hanging a Specialty. Orders Promptly Attended to 4C9'U SrasroaD, Kr. ALL THK BRANCHES OF A TH0I.0UGHENGU3HC0UR3E roiLKAM An taoght, aa w.U aa MUSIC. THS3 IiANOUAOES, DBAW-INAND PAINTINO. Q w uuruto OAII A SOlDTEAIN Iif3nl8TllletlncluBa(lHi.dIiex. lugteH, My., TERMS MODERATE. In Tuition, price, rang, from fU to 10 la In rMular DrrtmnU- - rrlmarr, IU; InUrn:dlU roi POSTED (. ! Hi; l,rpartojy,l0.and tUetaU, 10. suntord. Uncoln WASHIKtSTON OITT. ConBtcltog la iam. depot with &al train lot orfullpjHwUr,Miois(rlJAe.,a4dr Co.. Ky. a STAKFORD. KT, E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr Thi! Old and Well - Known Hotoi Still Maintains its High Boputation, AHD MYERS HOTEL, The Direct Boute toLrnchbDrr, Dan Tille. Hortolk, Ail Virginia and North Carolina For ticket and further lafottnatlon, apply yoar ihinI ticket offlc, or addrM W. J. II a I (I, VT. K. AHNOLB, Adrertiaiog Agt., Ticket aod law. Agt, 233 Fourth Ate.. Loulavtll kT) O. W. NM1TH, H. W. ej.nM Maaacar. eieo'l M.'r Aa?t. Klrhmond. Vlrilala Points. rDLLtl, Moro Accurate Than IViIlt. Cleveland Leader. Corporation Notice! Iti Proprietor i Determined that KENTUCKY CENTRAL II. fl it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in iti Fare, or Atten. Appointment!, "iiluesUrniwe Ileutt-tion to Coaafcrt ef Shortest and Qaiokest Boats from Oeo their Ouetts. BtgKtg. wlllk. fre.of eharge. R.eelal to Coerelal Tr.t.l.r.. Th. Bar will ptl with tk. eh.le.st alwaya .afj.tl aet.oatloa 4. i)ra.ofLI.oraCIara. Eut, West and Southwest. Fait Ltn. IMno IiGXINGTON A CI.VCI.V.V ATI -- uai neniucrf to all rointj north, HehIul. In KffKt Oct. IS. IUI. TMJ.V.rk. HCRKAT'r HPECiriV, tTkc Urcat Engllgh Itcracdy, aflR-- ri mtirma la a poltl. euro for Wek Memory, Low of Brain lViw.r. Nenrou WaknM, Kihaostloo, Betnlnal of Impoteocy. and Uenaral L Power ol :: :ra ? B5! :!?f?f :?l!f I I 1 trii-- . r ? o n P s? ...i.. iPsfq; cCBtr.r SreoSJ a. y ZL" IH i 3i? 1 "w . At wfinthftil linnruilnr DJ.Ml.Ll.a and --all avKr .?!' ?""7 lDflri(THUiuiatuiiM .Li." rh T.ii: a uniTerrai Laaaiiua., . back, Dlmnea of VUlon, th. ejeoeratlr. Peema- - j! iunwiw. w-- .i. Organs; 01 w 0-- J ( Hi W r tta rrr 1 1 V 3BBBBH I I I 1 bb.ebIbebbb u-i B a iiii"" rtM that lead to Iaaanlly or Con- ... .. u.l sumpiion. in an cmw.". l..rt! a U'..VKU. 11.. iih.1.. art. Ilk. fading lg- -. lou chirm, mtorlng .. or . brilliant .1.1.... toeroay biooou oineajto. nutriaiu.g. JTMurray'atJpeclflels old by all Druggist at .la pukaite for ti twr nuiui. or on receipt of prlco. 85. AUo by mall, no.tag.frM, avarj-'ul- l particular in pampniei, wnica juii nailed freo to .tery applicant. Addreu all communications to the sol. manufacturra. MUllU.ir Kaoaaa City, Mo. Ur.A In Klint.r.1 , P.nnT A MrAMltlT IDll .11 Drugatat eyerywhero. . a ix., nnoii-iai-Loulsyillet Ky. AaTllUa (500--1 yr euM n.1.nVlln! Iwi.illT. to theCONC ... 'I i 'J? rtaa p 'BB5H:BBlBBBB n ."3-3- .r-.T- r BBBBB "5 ."i,n"" v MM 'BBBBBB 03'OfllS BB BB BBBBB m -- WHrj.iKii. w 9 Aitlictut HUhop of Ner Vorlc 4 5u-'- , tuQuaana uoii.n. "Why, rso Mitnnlc Majesty to Sare. n o. in. priiat. pnJimri- "i"--- v "", ..Mn.i,t. corloursulfj" oirlniiiiwl a mother, entering i Lowell lVll.t for the said corporation shall cot be mlJif.-isijiher daughter. parlor, und J K BltOCE.l'rratdent. Ono of my correspondents suggests that 1 porate debf. , J & "Vuur (xwr father liai only been deal "pitch in nnd give tho committco and the JClU. J. .lILHUlll.UiO. mi J. three wtcks and heio you ure ploying tlj superintendent of streets tho devil." My plany." TO HAVt HiaLIH HIE UVCR MUST St KCPT IN ORDER. chutit&ble and genial friend must entertain a The Direct Hou to to "He's liecn dead louger than that, inaw high estimate of my if he thinks Ho died ou tho'-'i- l, so jou ieo he'd been doac 1 can are devil enough to lit out half a four Mw.ks.'' doun men and then bttio r.ifllcii-u- l left to "Tim';! it fnct," said the mother. "Gi run u Sunday ijier. Northwest and Southwost by tho way of ahead. J iloclui'o my memory is fulling me.1 New Yet k Journal: A woman never uses LOUINVIMilSorCINCISXATI. Wiltlcn tho 31ornliiK Aftor. her hitibuiid's iiieeucliuum pipe to drive anal (Ileni-Fatitsois with mot u than once. Learlng Cbltanooja lor Lou-A- ll All ITn! l make Little iItoih of water, 1 Tains lands and Clnclnna--the Light-nln- g direct lonnectiouat tboao (olntiwiih Little grains of com, Buck ten's Arnica Salve. Express on tbe Ohio A Miiilsilppl Ur til Mnl.it the festive whliky lioulf and all polnta West. ThalnitSalreln the world for Cats, Druliti, Aud the morning horn. Sores, Ulesri, Salt BtiMrn, Faver Sores," Teller, IH H0UrS Only from IU', Uing or I lncln-1TJm.n uallto.M. Louisville two hours Chsrped Hand, CMUjUIdi, CJnrns, and all 6kln And tho little cocktail, iiulckcr than any ether line, glvlnie our pasi.ng.ts . I r IJttrt'.n pi slali Kruptlons and pojltlvolr curoi Piles, or do par Htimblo though they he. li T.rplJ int Ilia c.oml ly . Itlloii,' con , lime fur meala au fint choice of seat In trains eitlifje- eilln.tli-r'H.Conini.iiiun, going West. I is guaranteed lo giro porfeit Make s.u-lleheads and lill tho J.anillM.II.KHr-l..- , II lIl.rl4,llhomllinj,lo. th.tm'i, r j . I . bl ill, anl .utnilhtnl th.l.cu'.lti Pen i ten tla ry fjilein, tlui oriuc .rreUaJud. I'rlwv) canes per uox. l.I.'.Uibl.H"l,Yi:ilfMK, n.niu.ndiofr.lllinon-l.!- l 12ffoiir3 Quicker TouarbyVnV for rah r Penny . McAlliler. f run Hi tooilu Auy iliujiul will 1.11 J u III rpulnlon. lue going by way J,t Chicago. Itetui'iiliiK to Hid IJI.nrse. A Remarkable escape. , ILIfi ! g (Arkansas Trawler. Caroline, nren't you ashamed q . corporation aball not at any i" time ,.; aib i. src1ri ! r "cT i !" nn Mississippi i w. Umktmmm I i liritri'ti iilrvr t r r sii r ' i i a : I ! ' 'I i ? s St. Louis & tho West MIlMllUOl I CA CA CA -- i . : K$; BBI j fiKSSS "--"t 'bbbsbj K 11 I B I 5 B ' I I B I B H " ' I w OS ? " ' ' :S;SSScr sttjSS li p y . 'PHBEBH 33 BE I tiUMHl it t o fJ ! ' H ! 5SI i o-- o illlo ll! ' i p M o DuWOIIiuOTilS cu-- 'SBBB BB 'ill i 1 1 II f. M1 M i : ' I I T 5 v. 5" i.ll' 1 A4...MUM UHM-cao SAogS S 2EE3BE,SE BB5B.BBi3BB MAYNVILI.K KOBTII-IJOUMI- ). w SSjRJs? n ? ''I HMANC.'II. NoTflf, I siljoliiinn it. lli.NRTOOOUANI'(rrEK,D.D,,r.L.D Asriistunt Hihop Totter, w ho ha Ixh'ii much displeniM pin I annoyed by tho ldiewcd of tln Iluv. R. Holier Nov, ton upon the fundamental doctrines of tLu Kplvonil f liuifh, has it Is said, at Inst ooiim nted to presented, und 1, c t liavo.Mi which has arisen in tho eliui'h Milled by nn r trial. This tml, it ex Iccted, will attractmoroUmntiMinhitUiition, as llio iwious to lx settlod by ltnro not n nuio matter of high or low (.lunch, or 1'tcud clunvli, but whether tamo of the doctilnal pillars on which the uholo fanrlc w tlw I'mUMan EpIscojMtl cliurch iviU enn I torn dijn without wrecking tho whole itructuif Assistant Bishop Potter is a na- of Vw Vor,: Qly ,vbero Lo was bcni ,u V Ho graduated from a theological seminary in Virginia In 1S57, wus ordained n jjiokt in ivs, and consccmtetl assistant LisJioji in 1SH. Ho Is roctorof Draco church, Kewoik, and lives In a palatial at-tai1 .Mro-ven- UGHritCY P.t ... ri.tlki. r.f TtinlrltnnnA?!;. ' -- - waiaiu:cieuiuri chitlf, during wlilcti time the best physicians lil - n&i Jeiualied of. ..,. COUlUKItuu'f ... . ""c i unm in I... A.IaVa. .1,. nnwtirb1 - llnlllA- nf III.""' King's New Discovery, wlieu Isanudlato reliefi. .niin.ilm li -inn fur n- ftlinrt ivmhmuimj wai leu, nuu u .. v. .... A.,,ni!lr rnt&. calnluz in flesh Jills in a few months. I'reo Trial Bottles of thL certain cure of all Throat and Lung Diseases Pemy A llcVtlstri'a Dru' Storo Large Dottle J I (in. ,.- wary . ..... ii "' ui llr ";'"' .....-""jj'" , O. &s Alway uialco- a- M. Dally Dally Ki. Bun, Kr. ciun. 7 23 8 15 8 40 l 00 ? IS It) SO Ko. 81. &J$r THE ONLY TRU2 Fnst Timo and Sure Con nootions With all Llnca at St. Louis nnd Intermodialo ! Lve Civlngton. " I.exliib'lau Pari Arr Mlllersliurg " Points. H " Carllile. ' JolirtaonS... " Maytrllle Hotmi-Borv- .., 2 00 p la n in e 30 n in a m fl 20 pm a in 8 47 p to n in fl 07 pro a in 7 00 p m a in JT jiia No Fcrrlco! XoOiniilbusTranu-1'crul-ihi- No. A I Daily Dally Ki. Hun, Kx. bun JS. "Then, Miss Golddust, nra I to understand that you reject my olTeri In that caw 1 havo only ono i cmu-i- t to make, which 1 fervently hopo you will not refuse." 8ho: "What is it Mr. F.: "That you will nover, never betray what I havo just rtvenlcd to you of tho deep feelings of my inmoil heart." Mia O.: "Oh, cci talnly uot. Hut why!" Mr. F.: "Hecauw-ahe- m I inteud proposing to join elder fcitei Mr. Ficklepato: r Tho best hloud puilOer and eystem regulator uilVrltig humaniover placed within the reach ot ty, truly Is K'eclric fltterJ. Inactivity of the Mrer, Illlioueawe, Jaunll.e, Constipation, Weak Kidneys, or any dlseaie o' tha urinary cracf, or whoever requires an appellor, tonic or mild .timulant. will slwoyi Aid Llectrlc Bitters tho surely belt and only certain cure known. Thoy act and quietly, every totlle guaranteed to giro Bold at eatlsfacllou or miuey refunded. fllty cents a bottle by Penny A McAllsler. 7s3S are Solid Facts FACTS REC.AROIHQ en-i- re l'ittsbui-- Chronicle: "Woman is a mys tcry." Exchange. Most men liko mystery i gtCEPLEfafl NI0UT8 imde mi eraWe bj tUit CATARBII CUItED, hfa'th nd sweet hreath ltrrllt cwsh. SailoVs Cure Is the remedy for sicured by Billion's Cntsrrh Itemed'- - Prloo 6Cc. 1'briaToliy.FoopyA MeiUHer. Fir silo by fenny A McAlWtr. ju, Something (or the Baby la a What a .terrible afttlCton abvit the home ,.,..i i .Aim. mm n Ihn verv "- oaujcron, crying b frlgtened edge of matrlacny iullit ... ..i. F... l. linirln in much ol tint silt irom u.. .l.nn,. -- , . v.. ofmuslcat tuenotasoiuiiiiniiv .....,--arosick. bahlescry commonly only when they given the little One tcaspoonful of Parker's Tonic all will bring reet and sleep lo the baby nnl ore the home. OnlyrKatdru3lsU'. a"r "---.- ., ,.,,.. ... 0 ISfo DR. UAKTEK'B IKON euro. It kitus a rk'.ir nml lieullli) 'llio elronitvat littlniuny to llio Miluo of l)n. Haiiti.kM luov Tiimo l. iliui frviuuiit alteinpia at cnunl'irrrillnirl.rtvi1 only added to llio popular ItyoniioorUluul. --Jf jou ciiriiisllyiit'ilru health uo not ejporuiibiii jtui uiv uiuum ai. adu utai Mri'iymr iUnuioiD.ur. iiari.r aiwi wo. i ullnr itranr..rml dihui ini 'rraauoa.ife&i Da. WAimn'o Inon Tonio is ron Sale by au nn,,r"inTQ in nsAiFff nvrRviiHsF. It will purlry nnd enrlcli llio Bl- OOD. rctnilato LIVtiRond KinNEVE.am- iiljtoiil tilt HEALTH nnd Vinon of YOUTIll In nil iIiom rt'niilrliincerlaliiatid tdicluii 'IONU', tipccUllj l).iilu,WuiitorApiict;iy.liullscs. tlo.i, Ijicu uf btri'imllu ctc.ltH mo Is narked with Imnicillulu and numlvriul rciulls. Itiuie. muscles mid nerve rcichu new rurce. Eullvuui tlieiulnd and supplies llniln l'onrr. EulHiiKir from nil complaints L, A LP I t"C rieul'-'i- ' lo elicit sex will m.u In C.O TONXO ami (needy tl) . ..... .. d.. wiuh. .. u. r ... uouupciioni niajo in uuioa i. with trains of lines solng Vi'cat, Northwest and BouthweJt. . . cmou or Ityouarogilng Weatto any willo to tho undersigned. InfjrmaMon In regard to For full nnd rellnble Und, Ac in tho Wealcrn Ktale, Maps Ouldea and l.wenl ipeclal ratoi for Ticket and llouiebold (load to all polnta vVost call cm or address (. II, ALSOP, I'Msonger Ag't Ohio A Misilsilppl Kalhyay, Uarrodiburg. Ky W. li. HIIATTUU, XT. W. PEARODV. Qcn'l Pais. Agt, Froi't and flon'l Man'gr, 4gent, ej. W. PAHl!-- , I'entral Cln.lnnatl. (Iblo. Lva Msyifllie r'n'i Arr " " " Joliman. " Carllile .,. lirli " ItxInnlon. CivliiKtiin Mlllersburg.. .. ii :ion i.i tsrii 6 30 u iu 7 21 n iu 7 41 a tu K 10 a in 0 10 a ru ! in! J 1 t Oil 11 SOpr 5; im Up ii. p i pin , pin 3.1 fi CO w er FREE! RELIABLE SELF-CURE, of the favorite prescription of MB A and ancctastul epeclallata on.thatT.H In uoted ial reurea Address Inplalnealedenvelopo-ee.DrugElstcriUlll- Oo.nnhocxr.ll'raiiei.nnaw.ooi. ( ) tor inn cum oi . e, rrrou. jroiixi, Heni Louisiana, mo. dJ&nSScner'Sl 8. F. II. U. MOIUJK, .cod!D;K03J' Passengjir Agent, , - fr.m Kcoavllle.' Wlueliealcr aud Lexington IoijovIukIou. Train No I run via Lexington and I'arli, tat not via Winchester an 1 I"arls Train No.O is daily except 8unday Ington and l'arls, but Is dally from Utwon Ixix. Cincinnati lo KQOXTillO. Lexlnston and Parla:-N- o. 61, dally except Hun-I';jB.r?,r" i0 P'L ,,r 'Kington 0 10 a m. 4 Si r,rerrlre Pari, 815 pin."" Kail TJn..KM R nml j ... .1. it Polld Trains, wllh Pullman Sleeping Car. between VB' i. "" At ,0 "njr W. WHITTLE3F.V. Trav. Pan. Aont. W. FULLEH on. WAiiu cu., C. W. SMITH eienewl Manager- n. ejeu. Pa.