You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885030301 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. jfettrf Veeklii Ifitefinf lonftmL VOLUME XIV. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. MAECH 3, 1885. NEW SERIES -- NUMBER 423 MT. SALEM, LINCOLN COUNTY. Alaska at a Penal CoUny. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. The Knights of Labor in Jackson, Mich., We met Ambrose Butt at Jasper's Managed by Jno. B. Fish Store on Friday. Hs gives a fine descrip- have adopted (he following resolution: Maret, Voweli & C., have about' is no field left within Wheiieab, There fubHnhrtl Titcmtav ntwl Frtaaya tion of Kansas. The sick ones are all getting better the bounds of this public In which convicts finished tbe foundation for their saw mill al Middleburg with the exception of Jaa. can be employed without trespassing upon al this place. 83. OO IGX AJNIVUIU Trading men say that stock of all thesnperior rights of some class or trade Coffey's little boy. When paid itrlctly In adrancs. I( we har to of free workingmen; therefore be it, by tbe kinds are in better condition than ever The Rev. Jas. M. Coleman is conductwall tnr ttm, 82.no will U charged. known before at this season of the year. ing an interesting meeting at the Baptist Knights of Labor of Jackson, Michigan, Several citizens of this county have Iieiolved, That in our judgment the only church at Middleburg. rational solution of this question lies in been summoned lo appear before the U.S. P. WALTON. W. It is all a mistake about the ground hog going Into his hole on the 2 id of Feb- penal colonization, which has been success- Grand Jury which Is in session at Louisruary and taking It in after him. Since fully- tested nnd for yrars practiced by oth- ville. The Commercial Traveler who had Taken Little Cell Crook i not so well this then eevsrsl have been tracked up in the er nations of the highest clvillzttlon and His Last Order. enlightenment, morning ss she has been. John Proctor is ''I have taken my last order. I am go snow in this section and caught ReMh-edThat we recogniz in the territo- resting very easy. He thinks be will be In the last fsw days the farmer of this tag home," he salJ, a the clock struck the ry of Alaakn with its vsst belt of timber, Able to come out in a few days. vicinity have opened active hostilities midnight hour. -- E'd. J. P. Dtwon was in town Fatui- its rich mint and marble qusrrie, its The nurre look at the doctor with a against the briers and sprouts. In many fisheries and valuable fur inter- day and Sunday. He willl.pieach ag.in at fields they have taken a determined stand. aignificatit glance and whispered: Jake Walls, who ha heretofore fouht val ests -- a most auspicious field in which to this place on the first Sunday in April. "Hl mind winders " colonize the convicts of this nation; believ- Elder Savage preaches on the 4'.h Sunday ly he lift hi erisb head from iantly the sun flowers and burrs of Texas, ing, as we do, that while free labor wo did be in each month. iU pillow ''Anr letter from the iioum?" has never ceaed operations in the coldest Parties indebted to me will please call weather, notwithstanding he received a se- relieved by such a step from hurtful comhe Iriplred. ''There ought to he Uttera vere wound from frost in the fret in the petition wiih compulsory labor, two other and settle Immediately. After March 1st. her important resulu would follow, to wit. I will positively not sell any goods on a Tben li slept and in his fitly he waa a contest. -- hnhlded of fishing A brilliant meteor was seen by Mr.Gw. First, the dormant wealth of a vast domain credit, but eheip for cah, and pay the streams hor Kln where the trout plated of school hours W. Eie on Friday night soon after dark. would be by degrees added to the resources highest pries for produce. F. L. Thomp- of the ustlonj aud, secondly, society would son. o. and rotnps wllh hi mates At twelve l.e When first sesii by Mr K it was high In be purged ot the criminal element, and the John Kidde), who lives about 3 miles auddr-nl- r the heavens In the southwest, but it reach awakened. ' All ilht," he called ia a strong roice, od tht earth due west ol him, It appear- great expense altendai.t upon its support from town, lost hi home and its contents d if not whol- by fire one night last week. The houe ed about the sizi af a half bushel measure would be measurably "I'm readjl" ly obliterated. was insured in the Continental Company He thought the porter had called him for and teemed to revolve a it went through for $100 and the furniture for S250. One The White Houso covers absut laid a soothing the air, leaving a luminous streak In its d an early train. The doctor of an acje and it has cost up to the bed and a few cooking utensil are the only hand on him and he slept. In bis alee p he wake. A it nearfd the tree topi It chann el to a fiery red. His daughter, Mrs. Et- - present time about 2 000,000. It it mod- article that were saved. murmured: Messrs. C. Crook and C. S. Nield, of I'm ney Walls and Mrs. Betlie Montgomery elled after a castlj in D.blin, and the archShow you samples of our coodi itect, who was a 8outh Cirollna man nam- Altamont, were in town during the past the road now. Thia order cloe also got a glimpse of the meteor. going off ed Hoban, got $500 for drawing the plans. week. Miss Fannie Bragg came up from of the c!everet and jolliest me out. Tha Iioum called me in. Going of this section, who tips the beam at Y ben it was first built, away back in tbe Stanford Friday and stayed till Monday. to hate my flrat vacation, but I ahall lose 250, and has always shown the finest judg nineties, it coat $300,000, but tfce Brilith Mrs. Eliza Thompson has returned from a tlrae-tl- m!" time "He drowned off and the doctor counted ment and clearest mind on all other sub- burned out its Insides and its coit has since visit to relatives and friends at Crab Orchhi pule. Budded the nick man started jects, has lately htcame auspicious on the added to that sum about $l,7O0,00Q. In ard. Miss Lou Williams is visiting in up subiect of marketing g in her aproa it all of the Presidenta since Washington Madison. Jack Conn, of Ash Grove, Mo., "(life me a letter from borne. Ell n Is at home for a few days. worn wrong side outwards. She claims have lived, and each has added to its beauwrite to me here. Dear girl, ah that it insure- - good luck against her falling ties and ita expenses. I think it waa John A feljow named Hathaway waa rent never disappointed me jet and the child' and breaking them. Quincy Adams who bought the first bllla.nl up to take charge of the railroad section Even with these trip are muiifestation weare in hopes her friends table which was used in it. But In John at this place while John Cunnifl waa off on ran. They will forgst me if m too long. I have only a few mere town need feel ro apprehiiwton in regard to her Adam's time it wa only half furnished and a vacation. He seemed to be a very nice to fftl I promised to he t mn ChU'-m- ai mental condition, Abigail Adams used tn dry her clothes in kind of a man and promised to pay for i promUrtl lo be houn"- We'alwayi thought that our adjoining the big east room. Year by year, how everything he purchased when pay day lie slept again and again awakened with neighborhood In Carey county could fur ever, the furnishing has gotu on, until uow came. In tbi wy he got in on neatly a start. it is a sort of a museum of art and beauty. everybody for a small amount and Saturnlih more big people than anywhere, hiv ' No word from the house yet?'1 day night he "fo'ded his lent and silently rVashington Letter. Ing at present and in past times several Ha w itoinu f- -t now. The doctor 300 pounders, but Ciey's ' hmr.1 Is down" stole away" to the uttr discomfort of his "We charge f.ir obituaries," said an edbent over h'tn and fpatel in a com- now. creditors. Mr. W T. Kyalty Infjruied us itor to whom hsd been submitted a long f prom forting voice the pre i i wn' that he met a cousin a few days since from paper commenting On the Thursday preceding hia death on the death of a lie: Schuyler Colfax lectured at the Metropoli'In my Father's boii- - r many man-lon- Adair county, Mr. John Humphrey, who man. i.lu have told weighs 2G0. Mr. Humphrey state that If it were not ... I I thought that jou would be glad to print tan Busines College In Chicago, and in he has a brother 21 year old whose weight ' you. one of the first sentence of that lecture he it" Is 300 pounds and a staler In Grayson coun ' lfs-re- s," "Id the dying traveler, "No, it is of no interest to the majority foreshadowed his own end. "The hope of ty 500 pound. If any family in the State faintly. "Tt i n clear latement. It It a nation," he retd from hi manuscript of our readers." can brat thl let 'em rife and explain. cood bouse to travel for. It deals fair and "You would think so If you were to read "is in its vouth; it young men and women, The N T. square with Its men." it. It tells of the rad death of Jackson whose candle of life unlike my own, In an article illustrating and decribin which is nearing the socket burns with The chill December morning dawned Romely." the end wsj verv near. The sick man was the the ub treasury at New York the all ita first splendor." "Who was hi?" approaching the undiscovered land from HwM itys: Thee invulnerable storehcu "The man who aked 'I that bo?' every An exchance contains an account of "a eswcrebailt in 1S03 Their floors, ccn time anyone said anything." whose bourne no traveler returns. man dyin: a he was shovelling off the "I've changed my route." he murmured slsting of tempered steel, rest upon thirty "Ah, then I am glad to receive it. All sidewalk." A sidewalk is generally put feet of solid masonry; their walls and roof my readers will be glad to know that he is falntlv. "The home is calling me In down to stay, and the man who undertakes children that I'm are composed of two sets of steel platea three-eight- desd." write to Klleo and tie Arkansaw Traveler. to shovel it oil deserves to die in the atof and icch thick. Between there on my way home li' in my earn He didn't know the Brooklyn girls very tempt. It is easier to shovel ofl the snow pV case -- without money and without inner and outer steel walls is a space of Xorris-tow- n well, being a comparative stranger from than to shovel off the sidewalk. price a good house -f- ills all its orders a four inches, which la filled up with round Herald Philadelphia, but he timidly remarked agreed. Call for me the first train I am Iron balls A burglar, even though he that he wished he were a leather belt, that Ixly is the land of criminals, says the going to mike the round trip and get home should have abundant time for operation, would, on driving hit drill through the he might clasp her waist. She turned up director general of Italian prison. It has far Christmas." on bim a warning blue light glance from 325 prisons, with a constsnt average popuThey laid hla head back on the pillow, outer wall, encounter a spherical mass of lie had made the round trip. He lud iron, which, when pierced, wculd make her elcquent eyes: "Young man," she lation of 40,000 offenders against the law. Free room for innumerable other iron balls, ren- said, "if you couldn't iqueezj harder and Of. these over 0,000 are murderers. No gone home for Christmas.-Detr- oit dering his progress towards vast wealth hold on tighter than any belt that waa ever other nation in tbe civilizd world has Press, Each of these gold fastened with a buckle, nobody has any tuch a large population of criminals. A few remarks on the care of watches stale and unprofitable. use for you in Brooklyn, I can tell you." The building of the Georgia State cap-ito- ', are made by a writer in the lpular Sei vaults is provided with 120 iron cheats act With a wild, bitter cry, bo fled out into at Atlanta, develops the fact that gran(ice Monthly. A (.03(1 watch should be into the walls. Oae hundred and five of the black, black night. -"- Bob Burdet'e. oiled ence a year and cleaned otce in three thtae chests have a storehouse capacity each ite can be quarried in Msine, brought A doctor who ought to know saya thst to Savannah, and thence by rail to Atlanyear. If a Jeweler telle you tht: there is for $500,000 In gold. Fifteen of them betrouble or break in your ing able to accommodate SI, 000,000 in gold the prac'ico of the wholesale use of until- ta at a Ies cost than it can be had at a some very serious watch, which Mil cost several dollars to each. A little vault on the main floor ia ing salts which came in with the univer- quarry onlv sixteen mile away. of pennies. sal of carrying smelling bottles, is gel repaired, ask him to take the watch devoted lo the The language of letter seals is the latest. coins are as carefully sure to have Its influence upon the olfactory I Tbrf inuch-sbue"down" and Itl you seethe trouble. It A seal of pink wax means congratulation; ; better to wind one's witch in the morning wrapp'd up as their golden and silvery nerves Booner or later, and render the vie one of black condolence; of blue, love; of than in the evening, since, if you wind at cousins and there is to day $30,000 worth tirn unable to distinguish cologm from of them in this rennsitnrr. More than all that, it causis head, purple, friendshli ; of red, business, and an night and eip.ori the watch to the cold, aches, sore throats, and red noses. The invitation to a we Iding or other festivity is How to Put as Eoo in a Bottle. the cliillmi of the ilitlillr wound main sealed with white wax. spring nisy biesk it. Frtipuenllj empty A writer in the Jiural .Veir Yorker tells the last argument will have ita weight The Tbe tie thermometer st Savannah, Ga., out the dust thnt nccumulstes so quickly youne folks how them may perform the smelling bottle must go. Young Artist (displaying a picture) -- fell to ,"9 decrees, and it was called a "bliz-zird- ." in your watch pocket. It will uot in magin feat of putting an egg in a bottle. The thermometer at Pierre, Daiure a watch or cluck lo turn the hands Like many other things, it is easy enough This paintings entitled "Jonah and the kota, roee to zero, and the Peterites conwhen you cnow how. This is the way it Whale." backward. gratulated themselves on the Februaiy is done: Soak a fresh egg for several days Possible Purchaser. Where is JonaL? STOP OVKIIS EX KOL'TK to New On Young Artist. You note the rather dis- I haw." -- Fhn Oliu & Mississippi Kallway in strong vinegar. The acid of the vine-gn- r leans. will cat the lime cfl the shell, so that tended nppearance of the whale's stomach TUK REV. OEO. II.TIIAYER, of Bourbon, Ind announces that pmsengera purchasing Exwhile the egg looks tha name it will be soft midway between the tail and the neck? 's iayi.- - "Both myself and wife owe our Uvea to cursion tickets lo New Orleans will be per Consumption Cure." For sale by Penny A Possible Purchaser. Yes. u,y loint "itli of and capable of ompreion. Select a botmilled tDston over at McAllstsr with the neck a third smaller than the Young Artist. That's Jonah, Cairo, thus tffjrdmc un excellent npporlu tle Alti: YOU MADE MISERABLE by Iudlgrs-lioWith a little care you will have no egk'- Constipation, Dlzzlnesi, Loss of Appetite, nity, not only to see New Orleans, but to A physician advises everybody to ascertrouble in pressing the latter in the bottle. Yellow Skin? Shlloh's Yitalizer Is a positive see the South the country and the people. the bottle half full of lime water, tain whit diseases have carried off his an- cure. For ssleby Fenny A McAllster. Amon. the points of interest may he men Fill cestors with a view to guarding himself, and in a few days you will hive a Positive Cure for Piles, tioned Jackson, Tenn., Holly Springs, Gren egg in a bottle with a mouth a third but suppose n man finds that his To the people of tbls county ws would say that ada, and Jackson, Miss. From the last it was drowned at sea, hia wahaTe been given the agency of Dr. Marchlsl'a arnalUr than the egg. Of course you pour is but a short distance to that Uilbraliar of Italian Tile Olnttueit euiphatlcally guaranteed took poison, hia grandoff the lime water as soon as the shell hardAmerica -- Vlcksburg. refunded Internal, External, to cure or mo-e- y ens. How the egg got into the bottle father was hun and his father was elected Blind, Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price SO cents completion of the MscUy Bennet will be a conundrum that few can an- Vice President, what is he going to do. The a box. No cure, no pay. Penny & McAllster, Druggists. cable makes the total length of submarine swer. An old lady, who had lived many years cable according to the Electrician, abitit Daughters, Wires and Mothers. A Mifsualp)l betu who wished to make very happily with her husband, accounted We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlsl'a 08,000 mills. Etch cable contains an av hla sweetheart a Christmas present, and for it by saying, "You see, I nlways feed a female remedy, to cure Female Diseas erage of 10 strands of wire, so tbataltrgeth was so puzzled to know just what would him well. When I waa young I won his es, such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and er there are over 2.500,000 miles of wire best prepsre her for a pop of the question, heart, and now I am old I have won hia Ulceration, Falling and dlsplacemsnt or bearing used In their construction, or ten timei the concluded to refer the question to the girl. stomach, and so he is never cross; and down feeling, Irregalarlttles, Barrenness, Change ot Life, Leucorrhsa, besides nianr weaknesses distance from the earth to the moon. Prac- Meeting her in church ne told her of hia therefore we live happily together." springing from the above, like Headache, Bloat tically all of this has been laid within the dilemma, and asked her choice while serIng, Spinal Weaknaai, Sleeplessness, Kervous de vice was going on. She replied, "Billv. A smart old lady, being called in court list twenty five yarn; the greater part with. you forget yourselil'' "No I don't, but I bility, Palpitation of tfas Heart, Ac For sale by impatient at the ques- druggists. Prices Stand ft 60 per bottle, fiend in a decade. thought maybe you would rather hsvn ta a witness, grew " There are 3 035 psptr mills In the world something e'e first She vowed shn didn't tions put to her, and told the Judge that to Dr. Marchlsl, Utlca, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. mean that, but Bill r was an embarrassed she would stand down, for he was "r il- For sals by Penny A UcAllster, Druggist. in which 2 004 000,000 pounds rf paper are over hit mistake, that the trade was made, ly one of the moat Inquisitive old gentleSomething for the Baby. annually manufactured. then and ihre. - fFrsnfort Capital. men abe ever teen." What a terrible attllctton abut the bouse la a ' MrtlOBEKTS & 8TAGCI, JUST AS GOOD. crosi, crying baby' A young man oi ttis very A teamster In Maine saya he otn s'art edge of mttrlt-cn- y might easily be frlgtened lif any ueicrnpulous dealers may tell you they hart tlis Druggists, who aro wj looldog after Oi of tUelr customers, lure now secured the the worst balky horse by taklog him out of Irons his purpose by hearing toi much oi that soit Tnit'dlct for Coughs sod Colds equul In mult and Id respect Juit si good as ttis old reliable Dr. salaof p. Sosanko'sCougliADdtungSjrrup, a rem- the shafts and making him go round in a of musical the homes of htsmsrrled friends. Yet cables err commonly only when they arealck. Ikxutlko CouaU and Xuu Syrup, unless. you insist edy fliat never rails to cur Colds, 'rains In tbe circle tilt ha is giddy. He has never had Ons teaspoonfi)l of Parker's Tonic glrea tht little tipou Ibis remedy and will take no other, you are Chest, and all Lung Affections. For proof Qouglis, JUgithr sits CO cents to try hit method more than twice on the one will bring real and iloep to the baby and all lUbla to bo greatly docelrcd, Trices, 50 cents sod try a frr sampls botll the bouse. OnljJOc atdruejUV. and 11.00 worst casts. 1.00. Mi by McBoUrti A Stags &mcc(tl$niwor$curnnI M'ROBERTS&STAGf Opera House Block, Drug, jiictiiicnis, Stanford, Ky.. IIV- - , Paints, OIIh, Wall Paper, liookH, Stationery, Lamps, I're-eni- ff IVeeuIfwu Onr Jew elrr, Silverware mid Optical Uonds Department ia In Charge Cl. Thos. Blcliards, who will Kopalr Watches aud Clocks promptly and In the Ieus4 style. HsVVCIsV Musical InNfritemenlov CflKara. Pocket Hoapa, TolmccoM, Cutlery, Perfumery, Fire Arms, Much In DEALERS Wine. Liquor ETJPI,E",ir. H.C.received am I have and still receiving New Goods for Fall and Winter, comprising" the best in the market which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give ine a trial. H. C. Rupley lei-enc- one-thir- 0e BOURNE! "O, don't you remember street Alice, Ben Bolt?" "Her bright smile haunts me still!" "Yes, I saw her last at Dr. Bourne's Drugstore.' No wonder, she got ber paint from Bourne. "O, write me a letter from horn-- , "John Anderson, my Joe John, you balr ia Ilk And get the stationery from Bourne. the snow your eye li dlml" "I wonder If she loves me ?" Tell the old coon to g) to Bourne's and get 8he will if you buy your beautlflers from of his balr dressing and a plr of Le Marea Bourns. celeDrated Itock Crystal Bpecks." "Rosea bloom and then they wither." Tbe perfumrs ate made into extracta for Bourne. ''Shall I never more behold thee?" "Yes, anl In good health, for I get my medicine "Kathleen Marourneen, tbe gray dawn is breakfrom Bourne." ing:" "I'm glad ot II; Bourpe baa si uany nice goods "What are tbe wild wares saying?" I want to take the whole day purchasing.-- ' Bourne, Bourne, Bourne, Bourne, Bounel Then, Katy darling, do tell Lilly Dale to put Pick a Eoo in Aunt Kcdy'e old arm chair and slog "Rock me to sleep, mother," while you go to Bourne's New Diug Store and get me a Tooth Brush, ms f s. some Toilet Soap, a pair of Lsfore's Perlscoplc Lenses, some of his Letter Paper, a bottle of Vinllla for your mother, strengthening Cordial for your grandmother and some worm caadj-fo- r Jecms, and go quick or I'll make you think "This cruet war Is not over." HF m . UNDERTAKER, AND- - s A Full nnd complete assortment of Furniture, embracing everything from the Cheapest to the Finest Parlor Suite. Nav need to pr to the large cities to make your purchases, ne matter what quantity or quality yon want, as I can and will duplicate any prices you can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Ala a full assortment of Cofllus, Caes, Shrouds and Robes, embrao lng nil the New Styles, both cheap aud expensive. Ware rooi opposite st. Asapu juotei. nianioru, ny. Dealer in ITiii iiitiiie I - THE SEMI-WEEK- LY Interior Journal BTAN" OBD, KY. ! ) jPfflpS!l-' w "V W- - P. WALTON. Pro'r. u KfB Ktim rX Is published ercry Tuesdsy ind Krlday at the low prliMof d TWO nOLLAKS PBH YEAR. asa-fa'ti- T03E3 OiRK. OF ALL CLASSES SffiKm. Luurl!'l5C s Neatly and Choaply Esocutod. Shi-ton- SEED OATS ! Now is your opportunity to secure them. We will have in. a few day a consignment of one or more carloads as the domand may justify, of hard-shelle- d OTBS TOBIOTIII? Ba&ft Whioh we will sell for cash only at SO GtSa a Bushel, no Charge for Sacls Provided you will leave your orders with us at once and coxae promptly when notified of their arrival and get them off of the cars. At this price these oats are cheap enough for feed and far superior, for seed to home grown as they are much quicker at d surer growth. Come then and place your orders at once and remember they will only be sold at this price en arrival. OEO. - I. WE1KEK, Agt. StanfeaHL.. ?!U ihumjuuw-- : Semi-Mec- He $nf wor$ournaI March 3, 1885 Scott Milburn was struck by an en & N. road, near Junction escape Friday was shot and killed by the Citv. about 1:15 Sundar morning and W. P. WALTON. killed, his head being badly crushed. It Jailer. A. M. Bawling, of Rowan county, who is supposed that Mr. Milburn sat down on murdered young Gill, at Ml. Sterling a few the side of the track to rest and that sleep The gallows .wag again cheated cf it) days since, has been placed in jail at Lex- overcame him. He was about 30 yeaie old rightful fruit last Friday and Neal, who 3ES."ST. ington for safe keeping. and leaves a wife and one child. baa been pronounced guilty of rape, murimprisonGov. Bate has committed U A box containing a bottle filled with Would kindly ask your attention to tho fact that they have jrut roturuod der aod arson by 36 men, was given a ment for life the sentence of Win. Spence, a whitish colored paste, some wheels reaew lease on life. Got. Knott's cat's paw, from tho cities with n largo, frosh nod well selected stock of to have been hangei for tbo murder of his sembling clock wheels, and wires running Hindinan, granted him a reprieve at 12 Ed. 8. Wheat, a year ago. from the bottle into a roll of cotton was midnight Thursday and tho Sheriff of Sharon has filed a notice found on the steps leading to the police Garter had to do some lively huatltng to of an appeal from the Superior Court de- court room Monday morning. Tne generget his prisoner from Grayjon and luck cision granting a divorca judgment, ali al supposition was that it was an infernal Endless in variety, dainty in quality, and satisfactory in prices, this wo guar to lit. Sterling, or a mob would have end mony and counsel fees to a former wife. machine and that Fenians and Finnigans antce. Oar aim shall bo at all times to supply overy want in our lino. red the miserable farce, which a weak Young Todd, who stole $120,000 from placed it where it was found in order to bick-ban- a than a worm, with less the President of the Life and Trust Com- destroy the police court It had not gono weald keep up forever. There were no pany, gets off with two years in the peni- off when this report cloml. Consists of tho standard brands of Europo and America. Our largo line sew developments in the ciae and ths printentiary. Sixty thousand a year is pretty A fight and a shooting scrape in which cipal reaaon for the uncilled for act seems of cooking stoves includoa tbo justly celobratod "Groat Western Rosorvo" nnd good pay for all the work be will do in no one was seriously hurt, occurred Saturor to ba in the fact that some many other famity favorites. the penitentiary. day evening at the depot between Mr. Silis other impious fool from Indiana telegraph Wm. Jackson Moore, of Tridelphia, Wilder and Mr. A. J. Potts. Putts struck OUK CHINA, GLASS, AND QUEENSWARE STOCK consists in part d this acting governor "t) be a man," Washington county, Pa., went to Pittsburg Wilder over the head with a tin bucket In of Table, Tea and Chamber Sets complcto, Glasswaro richly cut and etched. adsaveNcal. Ho to "be a man," gain a Maho.se and Kiddleberger, the Senators for the purpose of consulting legal ad vies which there was some beer, and Wilder In the way oi BreadstufTs wo name Buckwheat flour, tho queen of all tribes. little notoriety and to humor a sickly who misrepresent the grand old Common concerning property which he claims to shot at Potts five times, fortunately withfor a degraded murderer, the wealth of Virginia in the U. S. Congress, have been defrauded out of by relatives. out hitting him, the beer in Mr. Wllder's Our celebrated "G. M." patent flour unrivalled for cako and pastry, while kw has been again brought into odium and though birds of a feather flock no longer He says his stepdaughter and her husband eye probably accounting for bis inacurate Rice and Hominy, our own patiotic products, are arrayed as faithful adjuncts. a mob spirit encouraged. As soon as we together. The little repudiator tried in a kept him a prisoner in a cellar for eleven shooting. Potts was under the impression All tho delicacies in foreign and domestic confections nro hero. Jearned'that Gov. Knott had to take his sneaking kind of a way to increase the years, and made him sign a wilt in their, Tin, Stone, Wooden and Willowware, Electric lamps, Stationery, Canned that Wilder had carried the beer o his wife to Florida for her health, as Announcsalary of his worthless son, who is clerk favor. Ho dug a stone out of the wall, son John, who is telegraph operator at the Meats and Fruits, and n comploto line of Cigars and Tobaccos. Well this is was only of the Public Buildings ed bj the daily paper, when he Committee a broke the door open and escaped. depot, but it seems the impresien was a! oniy a hint of what wo have. going to the New Orleans Erpjdtion as $1,000 per annum, but Kiddleberger snowSenator Biwles, of Glasgow, has been together wrong for John had been in Lex fated by the Yioman, and it was given out ed up the little scheme and the Senate re- Indicted in two cases Believing that wo can make it to your interest, wo confidently ask an ex- at Bowling Green for ington several hours before the arrival at Xhftt the Lieutenant Gbrernor was not en's amination of our goods anp your patronage, fused to make the increase, Young adultery. The Senator is a married man the depot of Mr. Wilder and the beer. tirely satisfied as to Neats guilt, after three position is a sinecure anyway, his but was unable to withstand the bewitchRespectfully, TAYLOR BROS. Hon. A. G. Talbott, Messrs. Herbert iuriea baa passed on it, the Cjurt of Appeals principal duties seeming to be to get drunk ing smiles of a fair client, whom he induc B. Thomas, McGoodwln, Hugh Rtlne, J. bad searched from a to izzard for some on the salary every day in the year and ed to go with him to the town mentioned, George Cogar, Wm. Duke, R D.snd David Gov, Knott make a dirty little ass of himself. But technicality to save him and where they remained several days, passing Logan and Nicholas McDowell compose bad sought in rain for some excuse to re- that isn't here nor there. What twe wish themselves off as husband and wife and s the Danville delegation of renowned prieve, we saw the unmistakably symptoms to emphasizs is that Mahone and Kiddle sharing the room and bed. Later. Mr. Brecknow in Washington. or a desire ou IIlndmanj part to do some-tila- berger have ceased to speak as they pass The Senator denies in a card thnt he and inridge Jones has returned to St. Louis. He wai not confronted with any by and when thjeves fall out there is a Miss Ltwrence did anything wrong. Rev. II. T. Daniel, of Richmond, preached DEALER IN .new proof in the case, or at least it has not well authenticated axiom which says that A farmer named Mose Caton, Hying in at the Baptist church Saturday morning at beeo 83 given out, but simply puts his honest men will then get their dues. Union county, hung his wife, whom he mar- 11 o'clock. Miss Amelia Bottom and Miss IlHrtlWHrc, Groceries!, Herao 8 ftaddlca, judgment agiinst that of forty or fifty NhIIh, QticcnuwHre, Buggy The Knights of Labor at Jackson, ried four years ago, last Saturday, after .Sadie Cecil are attending the Exposition at as good men who in the pist three years beating her terribly. He was assisted by New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. WoodHHRKV Wheels, Ntercs, a ens, Cane hare been forced to legally examine it. Mich., have adopted some resolutions, his sons by a former marriage. The wo- cock have returned from Florida and New GJratcH, SpeltcM, Cider LapCevers, which are given on our first page, suggestThat he should wait to reprieve after the man was buried, but when the crime leak- Orleans. Copt. G. H. Dobyns, of the Stoneware, Iliias, Cera Mueller, expense and danger of taking the man into ing the penal colonization of convicts in ed out 'Squire Tilly had the body taken up enue.Service, has been aigoed to duty at the territory of Alaska, and present some the midst of the people more affected by and found the neck broken. He organized E. P. Codes' distillery in Jessamine Oliver Chillsd, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Wooden and bis inhuman deeds, shows either a vascil--laUn- g good reasons that it should be done. We a posse and went to Caton'a bouse. The Cast I'uiapi, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Root county. advocated this in an article some time ago mind or an titter disregard of iiff and Guttering; will have prompt attention. The annual election of the literary soand still think it the only real solution of latter and his family refused to surrender, another mob and adding other and the old man was shot in the ankle, cieties of Centre College took place Friday the question now vexing so many states. Salesmen johnStrtgM,jrr. deaths to the score that the terrible crime John was shot through the lung, and An- night wfth the following result: On the baa already caused. The people of that The Senate has tacked on an amend- nie, a daughter, was shot in the bowels. part of the Chamberlain Society R. W. section have grown to despise the forms of ment to the poatofficc appropriation bill The whole party, consisting of Mose, Wes-l- Eastland, of Harrodsburg, was elected 1st law which seek to save the ntcks of mur- subsidizing the Pacific Mail Steamship John, Tom and Annie, were finally speaker; John Rnpley, of Perryville, and derer' at the eacrifice of innocent lives, and Company and threatens to force an extra arrested and taken to Morgan field. Jas. Stout, of Danville, 21 and 31 do. a state of lawlessness has been brought session unless the Home agrees to it. The The June speakers are: 1st Francis M. PRIMARY ELECTION. about by this very case, which is bringing House should see it in hades first. The Wilson, of Platte City, Mo., and 2d J. W. their section into disrepute and disfavor. days of subsidies are put. Ordered to be Held April 4th, Phelps, Milleriburg. The Dienologian protection for any but They see no Pursuant to a call, the Democratic Com- Orators art: 1st 8. J. Pulllam, Shelby The end of the Knights of Honor1 litigalaw and in sheer tho DEALaiSIWtion does not seem to be yet. Ms. Gratr, mittee met at the office of the Interior City; 21 G. A.Tilterington, DaIIss, Texas; have to resort to the t urer and Present beside the 3d W. E. Boyce, Indianapolis. The June for the Supreme Lodge, claims Journal yesterday. attorney Drugs, Books, Stationery and safer mothods of Judge Lynch. These that Judge Breckinridge is still in arrears Chairman and Secretary, R II. Bronaugb, speakers are R. 8. Dawson, Danville, Farepeople are loud in their denunciation of the Fancy Articles. $32,089 03, which that gentleman strenous-l- y A. J. Henry and T. D. Newland. After well Address, and Wm.Crutcher, Danville, Lt. Governor and not without the Heat of discussion it was decided that a primary 1st speaker. After the eloction the boys Pbyilelans' prescriptions accurately compounded. denies. teutons. He has trifled with them ana aphad a banquet at Gilcher's Hotel, and sf All John D. White entered his protest election would better determine the claims ter that they serenaded their lady friend with the law and deserves their parently of the candidates to represent the county lflk IkfliiiH. HimlTTTM!' 4jA4 liHIMHflri leaving al the door of each house visited a of against a further raid on the National execrations for his needless treasury for the benefit of the New Or- in the Legislature and also for county card with the following incri(xlon: "Comauthority. That he should assume responJudge, to fill the unexpired term of Judge pliments of the Fraternity." The Largest Stock of Watches, Olooks, sibility in a case which it appears had leans show, which indicates that he Is fully E. W. Brown, deceased, and such an elecas often right ai he is wrong in outbursts. Jewelry and Silverware been settled by his superior, is questionThe average number of eggs laid by an tion was therefore ordered to be held on the ordinary flock of hens is eight and a half able and his mawkish desire to save a man Gov. Cleveland and the House do not first Saturday in April, in manner and bought this insrket Lower thin to the fowl, yet instances are recorded Ever Lowest. toWatches, Clocks Trier Jewelry Kr the ami about whose guilt no reasonable man agree on the silver coinage question. He form where a hen has laid 250 eggs in one year. paired on iboit notice and Warranted. doubts, reprehensible. We do not wish to be wrote a letter advocating its suspension, The election shall be at the usual voting From sixteen to seventeen dozen is convsaeceesuily severe on Gov. HindmaD, but that body refused to do so by a vote of places of the various precincts, except that sidered a remarkable yield by poultry raisers. C. BRIGHT. terirbom we have always entertained kind 118 to 149; F. GUI! RAN. the two Stanford precincts shall vote as feelings, but we can not look on such a IN MEMORIAU. r . Newst-apeThe vote shall be postage is to be reduced one one at the Court-housecourse as he has taken with any degree of half after July 1st next, which will be a vim voce, to be taken between the hours of jlfterlangulihlngona bed of luSVrlng, Jtr. lupaliencs. J. M. Carter. big item in the pockets of publishers In 8 a. m. and 5 F. M. and shall be held by be He Hollejr, tP daughter ( vu called home February 27, 143. the peruana named below. Tue Oxensboro Mctsenger, which, like these days of cheap papers. It It w Itb iad hearts that we announce the death this paper, gave Gov. Knott its heartiest None but those who have heretofore af lorlng wife, mother nnd The Louisville Medical College has just filiated with the democratic party and those of this many filends txaldee those daughter, Hhe aupport, confesses, as we all must, "to conto whom she leares turned out 03 young doctors to prey upon siderable disappointment in his administrawho will become of voting age by the next was near and dear, who lored ber with the tender-es- t public. lore. She wis born December 10, f 01, and tion. We thought Gov. Knott would make the election and show by their antecedents and IN- was called away In the early morn of life. MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. promises that they will act with the demostrictly reform governor, but if he has Iloberts (better known as Belle Carter) wss o taade any effort in that direction he has The new postal guide shows that Ken- - cratic party, shall be entitled to vote in married to W. It. Holley, Dec. a, 153, but wis only ermltted to cbeer his path the short time 0( wofully; missed the mark, according to our tucky has this election. 1,075 poatofficee. She leares a fourteen At the close of the polls the officers shall months, months. mother, sisterslittle babe of four iwT of thinking. However, we are always The report comes from New York that besides and brothers, to glad to give a public servant full credit for General Grant is dying again. count the vote and certify the number all of whom she was a priceless jewel, for her life what he has done. Gov. Knott has been a which each candidate has received, a state- seemed like a summer day. Bht wss a sweet aud Judge George Lane, of Texas, and vast improvement on Gov. Blackburn. ment of which must be forwarded to the loilng wife, a kind, obedient daughter and lor Patton, of Alabama, died Saturday. lng sister. All hare the deepest sympathy ot their session of the Hi work during' the last A New York man shot and killed a chairman of the committee at Stanford by many dcur Irlends It r and near. Iier remalcs were -Legislature commends itself to every im- - boy because be bit him with a snow-balMonday, Gth, when he will, in the pres- taken to Uuffilo Cemetery lor interment ANDence of the Secretary and any other of the partial citizen. He read every bill care"Iter suQerlng ended with the dsy, President Arthur has issued a proclaYet lired she at Its close, fully, and, we believe, vetoed every meas- mation convening the Senate for executive Committee who cares to be present, open And bresthed the long, long night away In statue like repose. the returns and after ascertaining who has ure be thought was inimical to the inter business at noon March 4th. But ere the sun in all her slate received the highest number of votes deests of the people or unconstitutional. Illumed thectitern skies, A resolution to censure the Gladstone ehe patsed through glory's morning tte While be has been entirely to lax with the ministry presented in Parliament failed by clare him the nominee of the party. M. A. D. And walked In puallse " The following gentlemen are appointed power, he has, nevertheless, not but 14 votes. pinioning C02V8INTI1VG. OP Arnica Safre. Bucken's been as free with it as some of bis predeWilliam Pittman broke out of the to hold the election: At Crab Orchard, W. Tbo Cuts, cessors, although the character of the con- Columbia jail, where he was confined for O, Hansford, George V. DaBorde, judges, Bores, best Sake In the world for Sores, Bruises, Ulcart, Salt Rheum, Feter Tetter, clemency forgery, and escaped. M. W. Jones, Clerk; Walnut Flat, H. 8. Cbspped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin victs he selects for Executive cannot be commended. Hut he could have The National Theatre and several Newland, T. C. Coffey, judges, J. G. Lynn, Eruptions and positively cures Plies, or no pay re Clip-pe- r L. L. Dawson, R. C. quired. I Is gusranteed to give perfest satisfac done a great deal that he has not done. buildings adjoining were burned at Wash- clerk; Stanford, relunded. 1'tlciH cents per box. tion or Harris, judges, J, M. Philips, clerk; We hope the Governor may yet see that ington, earning a loss of $200,000. lot rale t- - Penny . Mc A lister. Dr. T.- - M. he is not filfilling tho expectations of his It is estimated there has been a de- Turnersville, 8. M. Os-enA Hew Discovery. judges, John Biiley, clerk; best friends and change his course before crease of a little more than $3,000,000 Lewis, Mr. Wm, Thomas, of Newton, Iowa, says, "My it is too late," J. W. Ried, James P. Good, lias been seriously affected with a cough for twenty-in the dublic debt during February. -AT ALL TIMES A FCI.T, 11XE OP years, and this Spring more than ever beyears of Another fire in Charlestcwn, W. Va., judges, Geo. B. Cooper, clerk; Highland Are after twenty-fou- r H. Carter, Jeeje McGuffey, judges, D. fore. Sbe had used many remedies without reweary waiting in the cold, the democratic which originated in the Shield's Block. J. Waynesburg, Ben. lief, nnd being urged to try Dr. King's New party will came in out of the wet and re- destroyed property to the amount of $70,- - A. Biugh, clerk; did ao, with mojt gratifying results. The Warner, ElHcon Gooch, judges, E. B. Cald first bottle relived ber very much and the second sume its proper function in the manageTho Houbo Committee on Appropria well, Jr., clerk. lottlehas absolutely cured her. She his not had ment of the niTiirs of this nation as it was tions has agreed upon the fortification Ap In the absence of one of the officers at sogood health for thirty years." Trial bottles wont to do so amy, so judiciously and so free at Tenny .t McAHstcr's Drug Store. Large economically for slx'y years of its exis- propriation bill. This bill appropriates a precinct, the other t wo can select a third, size 81. $955,000. but should only one or none ot them be tence A man who has honored every Never Give Up. n Frank Stelle and James KIckey, present, the county committeeman or a in 'life to which ho has been called If you are tuflerlug with low and depressed spirand prominent citizens of Chat- majority of the democrat present shall from Sheriff to Governor of the great State its, loss of appetite, general debility, 'disordered J. E. Lynn, Cbm. blood, weak constitution, headache, or any dls of New York, will at noon tako tanooga, were drowned near that city Wed- name others. ease ol n bilious nituro, by all means procure a W. P. Walton, SecV. the oath of the high office to which he nesday night. bottle of Klectrlo Bitters. You will be surprlaed Legislator Robert Logan, of Illinois, was so triumphantly elected and will, we DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. to see tho rapid Improvement that will follow; president of whom all the dropped dead at Springfield of heart disare sure, make a County Judge, Geo. L, Lee has Bold you will be Iniplred with new life; strength and ease. He was a supporter of his cousin activity will return, piinand misery will ccaie people will be proud. It will be a bright his residence on Lex. street to the Aliases nd henceforth you will rejoice In the praUo of day in the history of the country, this John A. for U. S. Senator. Electric Bitters. Sold at CO cents a botth by PenMiry Caldwell, of Bloomsburg, N.J,, Fisher, for March 4th, 1885, and mark the beginning Lewis Colin haB sold the property re ny A McAllster. an account of whose phenomenal fast has of a grand and prosperous new era. been published, died Monday night, after ceutljr purchased by him from Geo. LiW' CUUK FOK 1'lLK.l. ' rounds that Commissionhaving gone without food for forty seven rence to Gilcher Bros, for 52,300. is going the IMlea aro frequently precodod by i rno of w igla The charter of the Central National In ths back, loins nnd lower part of the abdomen, er Evans has reduced the number of clerks days. Rhoda Howard, native of North Caio-Un- Bank of Danville will expire by limitation causing the patient to supioto he lias tomonuVctlon in the Internal Revenue office and cut has reached her 118th anniversary, at March 2J, but is to be continued un- ot tho kidneys or neighboring organs. At times, office is run .tmrnnther expenies till the symptoms of Indigestion are prwwnt, as flatulency, now at $350,000 less than the last appro- Owingsville, Ky., she has smoked since der the name of tho Biyle National Bank iinronlneos of tho stomach, etc, A nioliture, like 10, and attends to hei own domestic necesof Danville. Messrs. B. O. l.odcs, of thia Inspiration, producing n ery illtngrtvaMe Itching, priation, vhich causes the Covington above goods have been bought very Low and All is n very common attendant. sities, to very truly reratrk. "Commisplce, and Wallace Green, of Perryville, afur getting warm, Itching I'IIm yield at once to tho Blind, Bleeding and Miss Mary Jesee, aged 50, while at- will be added to the present Ibard of Di smallest possible marign. We re sioner Evans is not entitled to any credit HpplieatlonofDr. lloeanko's I'llo Itsmedy, which acts will be sold is made just as he tempting to cross a creek near her home rectors. directly upon tho pnrti aftVcteJ, abwrbius tho for the reduction. It a view to in Shelby county, had her carriage upset Mr. E. H. Fox, of this place, photo;;, Tumors, allaying tho intense itcblugnnd alToctlnga spectfully ask an inspection and invite competition, Prices Cess out of office, probably with by the floating ice, and she was caught by rapher for the Queen & Creicent exhibit nt IKTiwvnent cure. 1'rlee 6C rents. Address tlio Dr. ettbftrrue his successor. The reduction Boisnko Medicine Co., Piqua, Ohlf Sold by Jlclteb-rti- and goods guaranteed. BRIGHT & 0URRAJW. the rapid current and drowned. New Orleans, has completed about 250 ex- slwHldVave been made years ago." fitogg- i Neal's respite is till the 27th of this cedent views of different points of interest Beiuau Maooffin passed home at Hnrrods-burg- montb, but it is raid that Hindman intends between Cumberland Falls and New Orpeacefully away at his leans. to pardon him. Saturday morning, after a brief r Gov. , ill-ne- t?, Staiford, Ky years. Ho was the son of Irish parents, a graduate of Centre College and the Lexington Liw school; married Miss Anna N. Shelby, a granddaughter of the old Governor, in 1810; was elected to the Stale Benito in 1850; defeated for Lt. Governor by the Know Nothings in 1S55 and elected Governor in 1850. tie was op posed to the war and issued a proclamation favoring armed neutrality and forbidding any movement upon the soil of Kentucky by any forces under the orders of other States or by the general government, which was, however, not respected by the latter and complications and conflict with Federal being general authorities and State throughout the State he resigned his office in 18ti2, and returned to his farm in Mercer where he remained out of politics till 1SG7, when he was elected to the Legislature. He was a man of much force of character and was held in high regard by all who knew him. Bged 71 James Wntts. charged with murder, on The New Groceries and Hardware Houpe of trial at Nicholasville, while attempting to gine on the L. TAYLOR BROS. 3E3CTSTC3Sr,V"I31.Iji3E-- . son-in-la- ebofee Faifflily (SsoeesfeBt Our Hardware and Pocket Cutlery Ma-hone- Ken-tuckian- g. Wi Hi HIGGiNS J Ireiv hoc, Mill, liar Mill, Whip, Cellar, as-to- -- Rv pre-dfitati- y, Wmmy ft WMM mm PHARMACISTS, mur-cdacra- ia ro-ca- led self-defens-e JEWELERS- t: n. J. BRIGHT & CURRAN. 1 lis-bel- SEALERS Ex-Go- v. Groceries, Hardware, Queensware FARMING -- l. IMPLEMENTS. Furst and Bradley Sulky Plows, South Bend and Hamilton Turning Plows. mo-.'e- y Hus-tonvill- eta-lio- n well-know- Mitchell and "Old Hickory" Wagons. Our Carriage department will be full and complete with the best makes of Carriages, Buggies, Surreys, Phaetons, Jayguar Wagons, Buckboards. Riding Cultivators. the $3,-10- Wo also have a largo Lino of Walking and It a, Walter A. Wood Harvesting Machines. at the Solo Agents for th . . Srari-SBteM- Remember W. II. Iligglns has the FJInt Sheriff MlnefekbouI yesterday, 1.090 Seven Inches, No Ice Hardly. Steel Imperial Plow. (To the Editor of The Interior Journal. acres of land for taxes, only realizing $201.. Yon were in fault when you stated in GO. Otis Newland wai the principle A fresh assortment of fine hand made the Int. J. that seven Inches was about as March 3, 1885 candies just In. S.S.Myers. 8tsifcrd,Xy, thick as ice got to be here. You have not RELIGIOUS. lived in this country as long aa I hive. Northern seed oats, Just In. l, AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Louisville is the city of churches, havGOa per bushel. About 60 years ago, (more or less), I cut Bright A Curran. .... ..12 45 r. W. Mall train going Worth- ... ing it is stated, 123, the ice on Dawson's mill pond and found " " 8outb ............. ....l M r. x. Do not buy a stove until you see the .. 1 Ii . M. Rsv. J, M, Bruce has gone to Louis. it full 12 inches thick, measured with a Kipre strain" Houtb... ii Koib.... f ii HHiiHiHtM 2 ov A. m , Wrought Iron Range at W. II. Hlggins. " ville to IlMen to the gospels as preached by rule. There fell a snow on that a foot The abore U calculated on standard time. Bolar Mr T. J. Bosley has bought of Mr. S. Moody and the Eaglish Evangeliit, Var-le- deep. The road being bad on the bank of Ima 1 about 20 minutes filler the Fork, the country road wss abandoned II. Shanks his brick house and lot, now Sunday being the first day of spring, we and the roid used on the ice for travel and LOCAL NOTICES. by G. G. Wine, for $1,200. occupied sauntered around to each Sunday school In hauling. There was a number of large ill town to note their numerical condition. your echool books from Penny A We have taken the Agency for the But s hauled one and a half miles on McAlUler. Powder and are prepued to mako esti- Wo found the Methodist with 27 teachers the ice to Dawson's saw mill. LANDittnu's Garden Sued, fresh and genBefore the late war I put up ice oil of mates on blowing up stumps. Bright A and scholars combined; the Baptist with uine at Penny & McAllnter's. ; the Presbyterian with 62 and the Christ- Diwson's mill pond about the middle of Curran, March 8 inches thick. J, L. D, Watciim and Jewelry repaired on short ian with 84, making a total of 207, which P. S. Ask John B. Dickerson if he recolWe have just opened the nicest line of notice and warranted by Penny & McAlIa- is rather a poor showing for a town of lects nboutU. Mr. Glass and Queenaware ever brought to this inhabitants. A complete rtock of jewelry, latest market. After an exciting chase and a terrible en We defy competition in styles etyle. Kockford watcher a epeclalty. Pen During services at a Methodist church counter lasting over an hour, recently, a " and prices. Warren A Metealf. ny A McAluter. at lronton,0, a young rough misbehaved mammoth right whale was captured in the Foil coughs, cold, Ac, me Comp. Syrup Desirino to lead a more privato life, and continued to do so after the Rev. ocean offSouthampton, L. I. After being 01 wniie rin, in vo ana wo battles, d Mr. A. T. Martin reiighed the office of con- Johnatban Thomas' gentle reproof. Then killed several miles out from the shore, by McRoberts A Stegg, the monster was towed to thn laid by the Faiwerb. Read This. Go to Dr. M. stable yesterday and Judge Varnon ap- the reverend gentleman quietly walked combined efforts of three boats' crews. It L. Bourne's drug store and get one package pointed Diniel Miller to fill out his unex- down the aisle where the man was and is nearly 40 feet long and 30 faet in circumof rjni A. Clark's Hon Remedy. If you pired term. sirzlng him with a firm grip by the collar ference, and will yield about 70 barrels of ol), besides the whalebone. Seven hunare not satisfied after using it your money Death Mrs. W. R. Hollty.wife of En- led him out of the building. He grew dred dollars hare been offered for its head win be refunded. gineer Hoi ley and of Cspt. J. very demonstrative after being put out, by speculators. It U valued at about W. Carter, died at Rowland, Friday night, when he wai arrested and at bis trial fined $1,200, and Mhe third whale captured off PERSONAL. aged 20 years. She leaves an infant four $50 and sent to jail ten days. That Is the this coast lately, which is an unusual occurrence. Mk and Mrs. Frank Harris bare months old ami a husbind at only way to treat such cattle. taken rooms at Mrs. Kate Hays'. The Beauty of Youth. his loss. A large concourse of friends folLAND. STOCK AND CROP Mrs. Mary Blickeimv left with her No matter bow bandsoine or stalwart a young lowed the remain to the cemetery and the two sins for Harper, Kansas, Sunday, I want few loads of corn at once. wan may b otherwise, nothing can mike up for a rcenes there were truly affecting. partially bald head. Bhtnlng talents are attratt-Iv- e, Mim Mattie Brown, of Lancaster, is R. T. Mattlngly, Stanford. but a shining poll Is not. The cautu may be Tisitingber sitter, Mrs. Geo. II. Bruce. May wheat which dropped to 78 Fri- slcknetsor anything cits, yet Parker's Hair Some thieves broke into the hen house Miss Lethe Helm has gone to Leba- of Mr. G.A. Lickey, Sunday night, and day went up to 80 Saturday in Chicago. 11 itop the Ion of the hair and start a new non to Writ her cousin, Mrr. R. W. Lil killed five fowls which they evidently put Djgs killed $500 worth of fine sheep growth of gloy and soft hair to quickly as to vitorlng the original color at the lard. in a bag, with the intention of carrying for Jas. E. Clay and his father Monday lurprliejou Not a dye, not oily, delicately persatno time. Mr. John Hewep, of Alliance, O., awar, but when they found tbey could ef- night, in Bourbon. fumed. Only atandard 50c dressing. has mored to this county and now occupies fect an entrance to his smoke-bousRobt, Bonner, the owner of Maud 8. they his ton's (arm near McKinney. threw the hens away and made oil with baa declined all applications to exhibit her 3ETf APTEIlTIREHEHTh. the coming season. Cait. G. II. McKinney, who has been ten hams. No clew, doing duty for the list month as sauger at The horticulturallsta of Kansas report Fire. The residence of Mr. G.A. Swine-bro- d JOHN BRIGHT the Silver Creek distilleries, wss home Hun- was harned Saturday afternoon to- tbc death of probably the entiie peach I a Candidate for BprtentatW of Lincoln coungether with all the furniture save a bed or crop, and also many of the young orchards. ty, subject to the actfon of lbs Democracy. Mr. Abner Chenault, of Fort two. None of the family was at home and Church Blakeley, of Logan county, Soott, Kansas, wss here a few days on a origin of the fire is unexplained, The paid $10 for a sow last year, whose pro- IpOB BALE. Thoroughbred Cottle. Cows. Uelf-the and Bull Calves, registered. John O. buiinsM trip, looking ss if Western life loss UuitonTllle, Ky. falls particular! severe on Mr. S , as duce made him $400 in twelve months. agreed with him. he was just begining to get fixed up well. Paris News. Mim Lrcy Beazley and her brother There was R. B. Womack bought in Bowling no insurance and the lots is esFOR SALE. Jim are up from Loulsrllle on a visit to timated at 11,600. Green of Porter Bros , eight head of 16" to their grandmother, Mrs. Sunn Slewart,who 17 hand, four to mules for I wlli sell ht fine Jack, "Black Hank." He Is SjMra old, IS bands high and at 3 tears weighed From what we can learn the severe as- $170 per bead. still remslns quite ill. 1,050 pound i. He is tbs finest Jark that I srer y On a letter head aiking us to change sault ol Spears Fisher on U. T. Harris A professor of some kind has discoverbandied and I hate bandied a good many In ray 1 me was entirely uncalled fot. He beat ed that Ice cold water poured at midway bis paper to Wichita, Kansas, we notice VBYTOX JS.HBRBJS, Stanford, Ky. that our young friend, Dr. A. O, Burtca, btm cruelly about the head, when no man, on cabbage affected with worms will exteris now one of the proprietors of the Kye, who has the right kind of courage would minate the pests. have thought of doing so. Mr. Harris is Ear A Hurgioal Institute, at that place. John F. and Geo. White, of White's T. T. Daviih, who has btcn physically unable to resent an insult if he Station, have sold to Jas. Martin twelve Mr. boused by Illness all winter, came out in were morslly capable of doing so and the mules, 15 to 15J hands high, at $133 $135. -- Richmond Register. the beautiful sunshine Saturday and ap law should be called to his protection, . Good lugs are quoted In Louisville at peared on the streets for the first time this Ma J. F. D. RtONEY, of Casey, was here AND PAPER HANGER. year. We hope his shadow did not rcare yesterday, to ascertain the feeling of the $G 25 to $$.75 per cwl; common to medium Fresco Celling Paper Hanging a Specialty. All him bsck to atay. people as to his becoming a candidate to leatal$Go0jo$ll; and good to fancy leaf Orders Promptly Attended to. 409-- tf from Sjtp $lfWor crop of 1831. fiTiSFOBD, KY. , Cou and Mrs. W. G. Welch went succeed blm'aelf in the Senate, and we learn I have for sale a lot of seed corn, of the to Loulitilla yesterday, where the latter he met with considerable encouragement. wUI visit her sister, Mrs. Thompson, while He has only served half a term, and thinks variety that has taken the premiums at the the Col. goes to Washington to s well the Casey should be entitled to a full term once State Fair at Frankfort for the last two years. CHAS. H. BI8UOP AND HATTIE 8. BI8HOP, army of Kentuckians already there. He in a life time. The last time she enjoyed It is large and very fine. Price $1 per bushEi part. Notice is hereby glren to whom It may concern does not go as nn office rreker, however, it was in IS ID. The Mj. has many friends el. B. W. Gaines, Shelby Cit that the petitioners, Charles II. Bishop and Hat-li- e An uncle of Mr. J. E, Pleasants, of S. Blihop, bis wile, bate this day filed their though he admitted to us in strictest con- who are anxious that he should make the In the Clerk's office of this Court, praying this place, is largely in the prune raising petition Court empower the laid Haute S. Blihoo fidence tlat.be would accept a Cabinet po- race. that the ecjoy, sell and conrey for her own benefit l)Uj'mcj in Solano county, California, and to uie, sition provided Mr. Cleveland oflered it in she msy own or acquire, free TiiEbsst preserved and mostactlve man we see in a paper published there, he has any properly debts of her husband; to make from conthe claims or the proper spirit. of his age in all these parts is Mr, James tracts, sue and be sued as a single woman, to trade just shipped ten tons of them to San Fran- In her own name and to dltposs of ber property by e years have R. Warren. Though will or deed. LOCAL MATTERS. cisco. It Is ordered that this notice be published In known him they have left but little imIn many wheat fields there is not a the iRTEStoa Jour.ial, a newspaper published In The Springtime has come, gentle Annie. press on his petson, which retains its pris- germinating seed to be seen. We are told Utanford Ky., by two weekly lcsertlons betore tbo Circuit Court. tine erectness, while his eye is as bright from several sections, that the crop Is al- next regular term of the Lincolnclerk ol said court Ulrenundermy hand as a BioactfT line of bird cages ever brought February J6, 188J. P. BAILEY, Clerk. J. and his mind aa clear as It was when he most a total failure. Some farmers, howto Stanford at Bright A Curran's. passed the GOth mile post on the journey of awert that very little definite can yet For Rent. Two desirable dwelling life. He does not look a bit older than GO ever, as to the final wheat outcome that be told r. houses at Richmond Junction. HuiT and bids fair to rival Dr. Graham's long when spring opens up it will warm up the C. V. GENTHV A PATTIEGENTRY, Expat stay upon the earth. He was in to see us land and develop the crop amazingly. Kotlce la hereby glren to whom It mar concern that the petitioner!, C. V. Gentry and Pattte The town clock was dumb again from a few days ago and was particularly cheer- Glasgow Times.' Gentry, hla wlr, hare this day filed their petition ot this Court, praying Clerk'a Saturday night to yesterday morning. ful and in apparently the best health. Yesterday was a fine, large day and In tbo empoweroffice said Pattle Gentry to that the use, the Court sell sod convey for ber own benetlt any propwork seems to bo necessary. Some AN Old Pater. Mr. Mack Huffman many people took advantage of it to come erty ahe may own or acquire, free (Tom the claims to court, A good deal of business was dose or debts of her husband; to make contneta, sue II. J. Darst offers for ale 2 building showed us yesterday a copy of the Olive and be sued as a single woman, to trade In ber own May and much stock changed hands. Capt. nam and to dispose of ber property by will or lots, GO 1 132 feet, between Stanford and Branch, published at Danville, Ky., 30th, 1635, just 50 years ago. The name II. T. Bush reports: About 350 scrub died.Is ordered that this notlcj be published In the Rowland, well located and accessible, It In Jouax-of S. S. Dismukes appears as editor and cattle on the (market, sold at from 3 Innaioa Ky.. by L,two a newspaper published the Insertions before Stanford, Wanteh. A window in some store or a the raper was then in its 10th year. There to 4 els. per lb. Good demand for good next rigular term of of weekly the Lincoln Circuit Court. g Given under ray hand as clerk of s.ld Court, and re is no local or personal news in it and the cattle, but none on market. Some aged room in Stanford for J. P. BAILEY, Clerk. March 2, 1853. pairing. Address II. Cartwright, High' questions ditcus'ed relate to the split in mules sold from $100 to $125. Plug horses I land. the democratic party between the Van brought from $00 to $100. Business lively. adA live eagle which measured eight feet Buren and the white democrats. The show a different set of names CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNT. from tip to tip was exhibited here yester- vertisements day by Mlcbeal Cloyd, who caught it on entirely of men now doing business in Capt. Jake Higgtns is able to again be Dcnville. One item tells that whisky had &m mm A. 9 his place. Livingston, of which was, no doubt, on the streets. Miss Belle risen to 38 cents, Nicholasville, after a visit of some two IS V ALtJAHLE TO ALL! L. M, Leach was drunk and disorderly mighty bad news to the ancient toper. Will be mailed weeks to Mian I3:auregard Stuart, has reyestenlay and when marshal Newland puP-c- d year without and to customers of last County Court. Judge Varnon, fresh turned home. him he found n little pistule on his perordering It. It contains liiuiuwions, prices, planting all from a visit to Washington, occupied the A. M. Egbert, the renowned artist of descriptions end directions for IJUL.1IS, etc. was lodged in jail. son. He Vegetable and Flowcf SEEDS, bench yesterday, with n smiling counten- Black mil's fame, and the only man that D.M. FERRY &CO.DEK,T Yesterday, Mr. Willis G. Padgett ance, which seemed to say "I got ail I went ever erected a gallery upon "Pike's Peak," license to marry Mrs. Elizabeth fot,'' while Clerk Blaln wore a fully an cheer- has opened up in town and JUDGMENT is ready to OF- This is the Burleson at O. K. ful air. They had a considerable number catch shadows in any sizts or shapes re matrimonial venture of each. emeu on nuircil. of fiduciary settlements and road Judge W. O, Hansford starts -- AC. February was the coldest month of the hand but as they are not of public concern LINCOLN CIRCUIT COUNT. February since 1875. we omit them. The will of Silas Batigh (Snnday) for Washington City to bo preswinter and the coldest ) MALLOUY A CO. The average temperature during the month was admlted to probste. Mr. Sarah Eu- ent at the Inauguration, and hopes to bring DAVIS, V In Equity, ts. administratrix of her back the news that our friend and fellow m. now a no, dC. J w. was three degrees below the freezing point. banks nualified ai II r virtue of an order of the Lincoln Circuit Ct. ' husband, Mr. B, F. Eubanks, and Mc. B countryman, Col. W. G. Welch has been In the aliove cause, the undersigned HeceUer will Mr. W. E. Vaunon says he did not call Eubanks selected J. C. Eubanks as his appointed Collector of the district, on SATURDAY OF EACH WEEK, on the court to silence Alfred Mullins, as guardian. Mr. Daniel Miller's bond J. L. Slavin has opened a grocery and Beginning Saturday, Feb. 7th, wo stated, but lie and others present agree constable was received and approved, hardware store, on Stanford street oppo- And ending Saturday, March 3d, 1S35. commenc. .. that the accused was allowed greater privisite the Stephens House and keeps a full ing ut 10 o'clock a. m. promptly each day. sell at fur CASH, to The Legislative candidates addressed line of sugars, coffees, flour, meal, bacon and publloaauctionfreshthe highest bidderstock of leges than a man over was In n court of and well selected only, large, the dear people yesterday, who judging a various number of other articles; all justice. at Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots from the way they packed and jimmed the prices for caab; country proFriday and Saturday were two as pret- Court House, feel considerable interested and Shoes, Hats, Notions, &c, of V. M. Howard AtthebrlcV ty dava as ever camo in winter, but the in the race. Mr. W. F. McClary led off duce taken in exchange for goods. Call Orchard, Ky. store-roo- splendid opportunity is In Crab oflered A and get his prices before purchasing else- every ouo to purchase goods at nominal prices. in with a month of many weathers camo and well delivered in a also be kept open each day itoro-roowill The little bliznrd, making Sunday and yester- sneecb: Mr. John II. Miller followed in where. weekly Saturday auctions and goods My. friend. Jim Hutching?, can buy beteen the sold to purchasers lor CASH at their actual wholeday quite disagreeable, though clear for his dry and humorous way and Dr. J. D corn lower and mike moro whisky out of sale cost without carriage. WELCH, Reedier. II'. a. the most port. Pettus came next in a dignified little ad it tlnn any man in these parts. He only N. D All persons indebted by account to W. M. telegraph's dress. They all announced that if elected makci from 1 to 5 gallons to the bushel Ho ward will saro costs bylwttllng at onco with Tut editor can now heir the o In Crab OrchW. O. Hansford at tbo lIC-t-eW. (I. W. tick from his own reaidonce, so look out for they would be governed by the will of the but the boys that drink say that it is the ard. by wire. Mr. Frank Harpeople and advocate any measure that they beet that is made in ten States. As I don't the latest news ris, the chief of train dispatchers, haa put would direct, But Mr. John J. Bright, indulge myself, am not a competent judgo, W. It. Dllllon traded his span of black nn instrument in his room next door to us, who was the last to speak, stated his plat and can now issue orders from his own fire- form boldlr. He was for prohibition, for horses to Mr. Bywater, of Walnut Flat, for law and a nice hay mare and got $200 to boot, the enacting of a whipping-poa- t side. while she against free turnpikes and if the people Chris McClure, of Paint Lick neighboris only a part of beauty: A London, Ky., woman sneezed wanted to support him on these principles, hood, bought of Martin Rosa a yoke of oxhid a pin in her mouth and it disappeared Every lady his sacred honor to do ail en weighing 1,850 lbs., for 4 cents, and a but jt is a part. down her throat, and she Is now frightened ho wonld pledge ; at least, what the pisnage of such bunch of scrub calves of Calvin Whltt for may bave it a'moBt to death with the thought that It will In his power to procure it. Magnolia aa many places to stick laws, but if they didn't want him on these SIC per head. R. H, Bronrugh bought for looks like kill her. With somebody else. Jesse C. Fox one yoke of oxen of S. A. Balm both freshens and about her as a woman has, it is strange grounds, they could vote for pins recepAll the speeches wero well received jaad Middleton that weighed 2,550 lbs., for lj beautifies. that ibe ehould use her mouth as a still that more each was greeted with applause from' bis cents, and also sold to same party one tacle for them and stranger supporters and friends. steer, for $15. ' ,vi' accidents of the sort do not happen. n Inferior Jonnwl pur-chaie- r. i- - 1 Car-loa- d i SJ ii saw-log- 2,-0- 00 l'te-pare- step-daught- Choice heart-broke- n t Bal-ai- m Preserves, Jelly, Apple Butter -1- e, J. td FINE JACK in Bulk and yet-teida- cj Q LI T. A. KOS1.EY, HOUSE PAINTER! -- Lincoln Circuit Court. H Cheap four-scor- at T. R. Walton's tm $ H SI II Lincoln Circuit Court. Dud-dcra- en-Jo- Corner Main watch-makin- gnrom ffTfT SJUJTt 1L SiliE and Somerset Streets. sec-con- d Dry Goods, Clothing, in m rock-botto- m well-studie- storo-bous- jj (u t f i ir,ft,4 iVuf I J ' A Clear Skin 'two-year-ol- d 1 r' r WWIIHIIIJI IMJUWtmjQ. JSLJiii iji isjjssj jpsayi' .8 ... JTJi. IJC 9 HCW NOTED ML AND WOMEN LOOK. .' l'ortralts uf Cabluut rmulullltlra, l'aiuoua I'ucU nnt Other. - for more than thirty years, and during that tlmo I luivo been In constant attendance upon the courts of this btnte, and I think I ought to know something about law, and I can tell you tlint when a woman has been dead and buried four months sho is just as dead in the oyo of tho law as if sho had been dead a year This presentation of the enso was convincing. v TIio Lnw In tlio Case. lllarper'ii Weekly.) Mr. Johnson, of Providence, R. I., having loot his wife, mndo proposals of marriage to n lndy of his anjudlntatioo. Her answer was "Mr, Johnson, my friends think that it is not proper for mo to receive your attentions so soon after the death of your wife," To which he replied, "Madam, I have been a constable Aiimliiniitlon. IT. P. ConantJ rBorewio.uti Look, Read and THAT Remember Amnlgrt was a chieftain bold, The bravest of his elan; In legend quaint hLs pruiso is told, For In the glorious days of old Ho was a mighty man. There camo a maid, aht fair was sho, But doleful won her state; "Alas! though ho caro not for mo, Sho wing in mournful melody: would Amalga mote." ATTORNEY A.T IjA."V, DANVILLE, ICY., Will practice In the Court! of Doyly and adjoining counties and 10 ine wan 01 Appw, ALEX. ANDEUBON, Talla ol J0J-- J. Attoraoy A.t JCiU And Muter CommlMtonnr IiockcMtle Circuit Court B. FIBH. all klnda. I am alio prepared to do baking for cuilom era. All ordera fur Icing end ornamenting executed at abort notice. T- laitlllnn hand with s choice line of Cakrrnnd Dread, fresh at all llmi. Alto Ireih line' or J. HARRIS jr. T. HAKH1S. MEM THKORKAT Wllfiout Change and with Speed Unrivaled SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE "' MT. VEUNON, KY. Will practice In the UockCMtleCburti.a apeclalty. Office In Court-lioui- e. - Colloc-tlon- a IMJ OPERA HUUOISON DENTIST, STANFORD, KY. Office W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor Blieof 8tg,t20x50. Kluht complete tela of Boon. ery Beating capacity, Including gallery. (00, Uvaaonable ratea to good attraction!. Addrei 8TANFOHD. HOUSE!, Through Trunk Line KY. The Great Opcrntlo Conductor. tha Myers Hoteli PureNltrout Oxide South aide Main Btrcet, two doori above Gaa adialnlitered when required. DR. W. B. y wv lllfe1, BTANFOllD, Office on Dontlrtt. KEMTUC-- PENNY, Y. C3r- - k ItODEIlT ll'LANE. neceuary. Lncsteratreat, rext door to Ihtk-rio- r 13 x. Journal offlco. Office houn frotn 8 towhen 1 to 8 r. -- . Anethtlc admlulitered . and 1181-ly- r.j W. F. aXcCLAKY of Lincoln It a candidate for repreunutlre democracy. aubject to the action ot the coun-ty, rJww Then said I ho warrior: "Single bliss Has bwn much overrated," And, pressing on her Hpsa kiss, Tills dainty meduuval miss THE LATE LEOPOLD DAMItOSCII. Loulivlllr, Ky Onclnnatt, O., and Indlanapolla, Ind., dealer In Btetnway A Bona', Docker Uroa.'. llalnea'. J. A C Flicher, Voko A Bom', Haldwln A Cn.'a Cottage, Upright and Square l'tano ForUa; alw the I Jtey, Bbonlnger and Hamilton Orgrnni. Instruments iuld at prlcctknd terms to suit purchasers. Don't glre your orders till you get our Danrllle, Ky. prices and terma. Post-offic- 1. II. BtUdwlu 3L. Erits.iTs C7tOlr fc 0., 4 NwiN mou LOUISVILLS TO THE SOUTH & WEST JaeksonTllls, Mobile, and XswOrlsa oa. In PataceCars Without Change. SOUS II- - MILLER la a candidate 'or representatlTe or Lincoln county In thu nxl LNllmf. aubject to the action ofthe democracy. AST Blnson.iolmor's Kestfturnut OrrosiTX CouaT.IIou ruLLmnn Luna Kaihtuts. Memphis, Lllll. ttoek, Mentgomsry, Atlanta, Baranuab, DIIIIUIU ninO Without cha nit to Amoug tho names mentioned for a cabinet place has b?cn that of Robert McLane, of Murylaud, who is well qualified by association and ejqioricnco to fill tho highest osltlon in tho gift of President-elec- t Cleveland. Tho McLanes of Maryland nro among tho flrnt' families in an honorary way In tho United States. Allen McLano was n distinguished revolutionary officer. JIls son Louts represented Maryland In congress for ten years prior to 1SJ7, when ho was chosen senator. Ho was minister to England utiilor Gen. Jackson, and afterwards secretary of stato till June, 1S5L Robsrt, tho present leading in a representative of tho family, marked degreo tho talents of his ancestors; ho has takon an active part in tho X)Hties of his state, filling acceptably every tuition to which ho has been chosen. BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA Straightway Atnalga mated. poesi Itow Ilondieliner Sees Dorslieluirr. (Philadelphia HecorJ. Stuttering "Bill" Travors took Dorsheimer out for a drive out of New York. Trovers got out at a "halfway" hotel and got a drink. "Who's that in your wagon, BillP1 asked a crony standing by, "Oh," said Trovers, "Y-y-y- Governor "Why," said hLs friend, "I had no idea ho was such n big man." ought see him as ho ho is," rciondod Travers us ho left tho bar. to Editor of tho Omaha llrrttM. H aiisafi iVJliiffI The sudden death of Or. Leopold Damrosch in New York city on Feb. 15, at tho ago ol 52, east n gloom among music lovers the norldovcr. Dr. Damrosch racriflccd his lift to his art. Ho died from overwork. A fen days beforo ho passed away ho essayed to fill ono of his numerous engagements, and while leading his chorus of COO singers he was obliged to cling to hLs music stand for tuj jwrt, whilo tho baton almost? dropped from his fingers. It had been tho ambition of hit life to see German oira presented in a fitting manner to tho American people. To this end ho founded tho now celebrated oratorio, and symphony societies. Tho former now contains 4S0 singers, and tho latter society is on an equally grand scale. Ho was just about doling one of tho most successful seasons of grand opera over seen in this country, after which ho intended visiting tho principal cities. His son "Walter Damrosch, who has had charge of the choir of 70 singers in Rov. Henry "Ward Beecher's church, it is expected will tako up hLs father's baton. Dr. Dam-roscwas a native of Posen. To gratify hit parents he studied medicino at Berlin, though his inclination was toward n musical career. By accident he met tho great Abbo LLszt, whe took an interest in him and introduced him tc tho great musical celebrities of tho age, which gavo him a prestige that brought him opportunities and fame, O, lady mine, ho ne'er dld'ruo Him of lib captlvatiou; Bo mine hLs joy I lovo but you, And each to each we'll e'er be true, in sweet amalgamation. 1 DIJ. Moalsaremrredat all hou a. Oame always on slni la a Candidate to repreaent Lincoln eminty In the band and In Ita season, oysters fresh flili, and abort nextUencral Aisembly, aubject lo the action ol liar delicacies ser red In all atyles and in notice. Look out for the algn Woolblne lUstau. the Democracy. rani" and call wben you are hungry. Jb COy 1 .HAHOMIEKJIKIlDinTille, Ky. HON. A. O. TALHOTT J. I). PETTBS DANVILLE. - - - KENTUCKY, SHORT LINE TO THE Proas T LooIstIII. In TalaceCara wltboutchanre. EAT ' - - It Worked IJkn New (New York Times.) Yeast. Brown (who has just had telephonic Connection established between his ofllco and house and is very much pleased with it): I tell you, Smith, this telephone business is a wonderful thing. I want you to dlnowith mo this evening, and I will notify Mrs. Brown to oxpect you. (Speaking through the telephone): My friend Smith will dine with us this evening. Now listen and hear how distinctly her reply will come back. Mrs. Brown's reply (coming back with startlng distinctness) : Ask your friend Smith if ho thinks wo koep a hotel. Ono of GEORGE L. MILLER. Her Choir. of Aintles. IChicago Ledvr. "And so you've tia, nod your baby, have Lincoln, .ubjct to the action or the Democracy. This Institution will open Its Fifteenth rour on the 1st Monday In September next. Election August, l&M. "Oh, yes." "What is it you call hlmr ALL THE BUANCllEB OF A "Thomas Muscovy Martin Luther Benson." "Tho poor little toad! Why did you load TH0R0UGHENGUSHCQUR3E it down with so much nainor' and This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen per. Are uugbt, m well m "Well, it seemed as though I couldn't tramps not to tr.ipui on our lands without dight my own brother, and I insisted on mlMlon, as all sucu cta are liable to be procecuted MUBIO, THE IiANQOAOEB, DHAW-IN- O Muscovy on his account." tothefullexteotor hilaw. AND I?AINTINO. Btanlora, P' "But how about Martin Luther) You D McKlttrtck.sy aucn OutAW.M.McuirmKk, wasn't under any special obligations to him." II. T. Bush, W. Carpenter, A. C. Hl'bop, "No, but my hu band was determined that V. Held. It. Cobb, ,Lel "',,bl, ho must bo named after ono of-- tho apostles, V. O. Uhodee. lIlKSin. Kelly, In Tultloo, prices range from 133 to 150 In th ind Martin was my choice of tho lot." B.U.AJ. F.Ooter, regular DepartmeuU. lrlaary, 135, IntermedlaU M. n. Lytle, 11. L. Carter fVlIeglate, WO. a ttu; Preparsuuy, HO, and J. W.Weatherlord, T. J. Hill, Which Taint? Vfm. Burton, vanoy, C fRau FraacUoo Curoulch. J. H. Murphy, J. A. llsrrli, for full particulars, aa to BoardjAe., address j. M. mil. "Henrietta, dearr P. W. Carter, xunfard. Lincoln Co., Ky. J. It. McAllster, Ed. Carter, "Yes, ma," from tha daughter at tho doer J. D. Jonee, parting from her sweetheart, ho is just kiss- T.J.Fcter. J. Q. Montgomery M. White, T. . A. Benedict, II, K. Marcum, ing her good night W. E. Anion M. T. Itutsell, "Tell George to lo jk out for tho paint." II J Dartt. A. D. Newland, Georgo does not kiss her again. Henrietta B. W. Ol rem. A O Newlaod. thinks it is real mean of her mother to give Jas. II. iTrt hor awjy, until sh rjmembers that the front ;at3 has just been lie" IV 'painted. ! E. H. BURNSIDE, STANFORD!. KY. CHESHPEnKEfO OHIO BT. VAIIXOX Full Corps of Teachers, Isacardldateto flit out the unexpired term it With a Kentucky's Hou to East Judge E. W Ilrown. dee'd, as County Judge or Session la a Candidate lor Senator In the District composed or Boyle, Lincoln, Casey nod Garrard, subject to the action ottbe Democratl' party. Election first Monday In August. Seeking homes on ths line of this read will receive areciai low ratts. 8i Agsnts of this Company for rales, rentes Ac, or write C. P. ATMOUE, G. P. & t. A. Loulevllle, Kr. Stanford 'Female College. JUDGE THOS. XV. POSTED! i". " Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. The only line running PULLMAN NEW 8LEEPIN0 CABS ,' "! A SOLID TEAIN raoM TERMS MODEKATE, " liOulHvllIc, ClncliiiiHtl and I,ex. IiiKton, Ky., WASHINGTON CITY. Connecting lo same depot with fast trains to . 3NTo7cr MYERS HOTEL, STAJORP. KY. Hotol Still Maintains High Roputation, AND The Direot Route toLynchburjr, Dan YorK. ville. Norfolk. A Slue'i Needed Itnpr Hfiuetit In Theatre. London Punrh.) Corporation Notice Propr 'LtififcoV:-Ly- -.U - : sm1 - LWJ i&XJtt?- .r.W 'rftfrlirr 'iff V the Greatest Novelists of the Ac Dr. George L. Miller is a native of Central New York. Ho moved to Nebraska in 1354 npou the organization of that territory, whero ho has since resided. After practicing his profession, that of medicino, for n few years, hcuib.indoned it for tho more congenial ono ofjjournalisni, and began in 18C5 the publlca-tionThe Herald. As a keen and forciblo writer, with a rare command of language mid great capacity for work, ho has iiuulo Tho Herald a power in the jwlitics of tho northwest. He has been a prominent member of tho Democratic national committee for many years, and, his friends claim, tew men in tho party are mora deserving of a cabinet position for services rendered than Dr. of A method of staMng tho man vrlo comes lato or goe3 out between tlio a. A i) Want, Miller. The Value of Newspaper Portraits. ICottuiuTclal Uulletlu.j i'li 1 A capital Idea of somo of tho papere Is to OEOROE ELIOT. publish tho portrait of a "missing man," beGeorge Eliot, one of tho greatest novelist cause if tha m. m. should happen to see o our time, and perhas tho best equiped would undoubtedly return to kill thotnjb-Ikho- r. point of scholarship of any time, wa.i born at Chilvcrs Coton, in England, on tho 22J of 31inhcr of Congress from 9l:ik.icliuctt. November, 1810. Her father, Robert Evans, was a land agent and valuer of estates, and nt Griff house, en tho Arbury estate, this most wonderful woman of tho present century spent tho first SO years of her life. Sho was named Mary Annb afterward softened into Marian, and with all her famo, her own name, Marian Evans, never appeared on but ono of her books, and that a translation. Her early life was by no means as humblo aj lias often been repnxntcd. Her father was a man of remarkablo scrupulous probity, and devoutness of spirit, as well as varlsd practiknowledge. cal Her mother was an active, practical, shrewd woman, who died whilo tho future Georgo Eliot was 17 years old. This great genius was not a precocious child as regards books. It is oven recorded tlint sho learned to read with some difficulty. At tho age of 5 sho was' scut to a small boarding school, and at 0 was transferred to a larger school, whoro she remained until 13, hen sho was sent to a still letter citadel of learning until sho was 1(1. From that until the wroto her first story, at tho ago of 37, sho was an indefatigable student of learning and science, I. A. COLLIN?. encouraged and directed during a largo part "Gen." P. A. Collins, as ho is best known at 01 1110 inno oy somo or tlio most accomplished flU homo in Massachusettn, has been freand able minds of England. Sho knew all quently niuntioned for a cabinet tiosition the jwpular modern languages as well as Heundar tho now administration He did right brew and Greek, and between tho years of 184a loyal horvico for his party in tho last cam- and 1857, hor literary judgment and stylo paign, being one of the earliest and honleit wcro fashionoJ by tho work sho did workers in tho field. Gen. Collins was bora as associats editor of The Westminster in Ireland in 114, was brought to tho United and as contributor to other iriodlcals. This Status when a child, received a common and contact with tho IxMt brains of ths realm school education und was hi early llfo an up- equipied her for her future work us a novelist holsterer. Ho entered tho civil war with u with all tho thought, tho erudition and tho Ma.shichusotts regiment, and after Its close science of her tlmo. Her first story was "The studied law in Boston- and at Harvard Sad Fortunes of tho Reverend Amos Barton." Since his admittance to the ho has Before this sho had contracted a union with practised in Boston. Ho was elected a mem- Georgo H. Lewes, the author, 6nly broken by ber of the Massachusetts house of representa-tlv- his death, Nov. 28, 1878. In May tho followin lStit'-'C- a, and of tho Massachusetts ing year (1870) sho married John Walter senate in lb70-7-1, was judgo advocate gen- Cross, and on Doc. 22, 1880, sho died and was eral of Massachusetts in 1875, and at present burled in Highgato cemetery next to Mr. represents tho fourth district of that stato in Lowes. Her spirit joined that choir invlslblo oongrcRs. "whoso music Is the gladness of tho world."' ltlnble, Kluklo, Little Wheel. NeiTkpaper 1lrai;cadoclo, (II. S. Keller. ISorrlstonn Herald. Rhiklo, rinklp, little who!, Fastened to tho A Georgia editor printed in his paper a picskater's heel, How I lovo to see you whirl, Propelled ty a dainty girl; now I love to soo ture of himself carrying a big pistol In either you glide Gracefully on tho outside; Curve. nana, a uagger in nu mouth, and two daggers ui wwivjr, ime 01 grace woo uio pretty and n sword in his belt. Next day when ho maiden's face. For tho first tlmo sho does saw a woman enter his office with danger in don, For the first timo stands upon Rinkle, ber eye and a horsewhip in her right hand, ho window and rinklo, little wheel, Fastened to her too and jumped out of a second-ctor- y fcoel. AuIauct'tl6osinake, Now the concealed himself in a woodshed. siwctators Uwybreak For tho wall to get SIHLOn'3 CATABim HEM ED Y, a poilllTO away From horarmg at whidmlll play; Yes, Uio trioft, but'dewa h went, And her bustla cure for Cftttrrh, Dyphthtrla aod Canker Mouth. qt a tent. For wle bf Penny A McAIUter. 1 it-hdster-minatio- n, - (Tin Kamoler) Mgr. Capel is busily engaged ou his bcok "America," in which he says ho hojws "lo break down barriers and bring different classes of people closer together." If tho Monsignor's could succeed In bringing of tho police and dynamiters together it in would fill a want long felt. 1. Notice Is hereby giren that T. P. Hill. J. W. Alcorn. J. E. Brue, Jnu. J. Mcltoberts, I. M. l'ruce, E. I', uwsiey, a. a jicamuej. an u, ". in. Welch and I. M. McKobciU bate formtU Company under the proTtsIonwol ChapcorporaiH n' rat tatutia ol Kentucky, and ter M of the hare adopted and recorded articles of Ineorpora In the Llntolu Cwumt Court CUrk's office. tlon 2 The Daineoftbe corporation shall 1 "I be Stanford Creamery Compan)" and tta pilnelpal effice and pliceot butlneis sbail be In or near tbe city olBlanlord. In Lincoln munty, Ky, of said S Tbe general nature of th'e buill corporation sbsll be tbe p rebate efcretm and the tuanuCtcture and asle of butter therefrom, and tbe purcLve, feeding and see ot live stock to utilise tneonaiot ine wreaurrj I The capital stock tf the corporation shsll be rorty-fir- e hundrd dollsis. to be divided Into shares of ons hundred dollars each, and shsll be pal J In one lottallmsnl when deaanded by tbe directory. S, the corporation sh llcommeoce exMlenee on tbe 1st dsy or April IsM, and snail continue t years. rlo-- l or twenty-flr- e exist ror th C TheaOalraor ssld corporation aball be con by a Hoard or lire DlrtcUis, three ol whom ducted shsll constitute a quorum lor tbe tr dmciI.oo ot business, fa d Direct on shall be (1 ctrd ann.r ly on the 1st Mooday In A pill, and ah 01 annually electa I'resldtnt and a btcrelary and Treasurer. Bald Director; shsll lure power to select and employ such other perron, aa way be receaary for Ibe successful maragement of tbe affairs of tbe carnotatlon. Tbe 11 corporators shall elect a Board or Directors, who sbsll strr unt I Ibelr surcossors shall hare been elected iind accpt(d the office. 7. Tbe highest amount or IndeMcdueai of said corporation shall not at any one Hue excied one thousand dollar. 8. The prlrate propert "I Ihe stockholders ol said corporation aball cot be liable for the corporate debts. J. E BltUCE, President JNO.J. McROBKBTS Sec'y. tlG-4- Thio Old and Woll - Known itg For tickets and further Infonaatlon. apply your neaeet ticket office, or address W. J. Bau, W. i:. AHKOLI), Adrertlslog Agt , Ticket and IVtss. Ait. SWA tonrth Are., LouIstIIU, Ky O. W.NMITU, II. W. Fllt.I.EK, All Virginia and Nortb Carolina Pointa. nd'l Manner, Hfrtimnnit Vlrrtnte (leu'l CsM'r At5!. It i Propriotor U Determined that KENTUCKY CENTRAL 1. 1 it Bhall be aecona 10 no uoaoiry Hotol in the State in iti Pare, Appointment!, or Atten"iliticUrHHH I(unlc., tion to Comfort of their Questi. 8hortett and Quicken Boute from Fast Line Between lUfiraee wlllbe coeieyed ti aid Pcl free of charge. '""A'-i- n to Commercial Trarslera. always aepnllad with the choicest iraads of Llqeors anu Ctaars. Tr.l.M.rk. HUKBAT'H '' tral Kentucky to all PoinU North, Eut,.West and Bouthwest. schedule In EoMt (Kt. ' Oen LEXINGTON i CIXCIXNA.T1 13. 1MI. " ri.riS FT lite Great English Ilcmcdj, Is a poattlro cure for Weak Alemo-rLoss of Hraln I'ower. Nertous Weakneae, Kxhaustloo, Bemlnal Impotency, and (leorral lioss ot IVi.Ar ol me (ieneraiiTe ursns; y, Ag,and rainy otbex dls. that lead lo lusanltr or In all eases of Weakneastbe ojwclne ecu like rh.rm. rMtnrlnr 1( or fl'llD vig or, glrlna to the eye a brllllint easee andsMrkllno-beautr. aa Unlrerial Iassltaie.-ai- n back, Dluineas of Vision. lli..iMi.lnililil tmii. ae nl .lldlseuee that follow Dltore Ukinc. quence ot youtnrui impruacuco or I u SP such TradrMatk. iu m reraa-tureO- ld PBH3SE i s ! - anwsi mm SB'EJ SEH3B BB a ! sssa BBSB i tBPBB 3BBBB lxk clor Dedicated to the Next rresldenl, ' llUvtiiiport OazHtte.J I want to bo a P. M., Anil with the P. Ms. stand; An Ink pad en tho table, A stamiwr in my hand. And there Iwforo tho letters I'll work with glowing face, And tluink tho great unterrified Forgiving mo iho p'noe. Seiiku la (he lliiurfholil. Free Pivii. A citizen of Burlington sent lib wife a unique valentine, couvs ing of a sot of 5) fine Jino engravings. (N. B. They wore all Coinmon .UurlliiKton tha rosy blooom of health. AftsrTiklog. aTMurray'stipeclflels sold by all Druggists at g- for i. Also by II per package, or si packsmail, rostagetree.onreceipvui price. particulars In pamphlet, which will be mailed free to every appllcaut. Addreea all to the sole manufacturers, aw-W- ll to the cheek, i i! m m m Si li JIUUIt.l V JHKUIVIXK CO.. Loulsrille Bold In Stanford by Tcnny A Druggists everywhere. A anna r;TKa A Co., Wholesale Agtn ts. (JOO-ly- rl Kansas City, Ho. McAllster and til HBEBBB srr-.r- - h h UyS)55SUS V)W BB'BB'BBBBB r P?-P- S ri i 1 at Ky. o M Illll" II. Are yon falling, try W ells' IleiLm Kb nirwcj, a jiuru, clean, iraoicBomu urn & Mississippi n, w. The Direct Iloute to iiiniimMiiir r I a ! i I i For Cndn, Nerre.Rffmeh, Urer, KWnejs, ryy-R-pTTi-RT - , XVg a "mi St. Louis & tlio West Northwest and Southwest by tho way of vaBM BBBBBBi .." t i f i t t! - r Ium! 'I p EBi l -- Headache. FeTer. Asruo. Chflls. Nlco to take, . SoOOOftOwasJIOea-JlMffe- 1. ESBBE portraits of tho father lib country, tuch with a flguro 2 at the bottom.) o-- .' DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. LOUISVILLE or CLVOINXATI. gS;S52!i OK.S3 h a n s -I e-- a I'uhliiu In I'liriillure. IFIIesende Blat.er.j tu tuKfiu LivtK. K. truo merit, unoqunled for I nigm U.S. A, Mm.' a Wells, Jersey City, V. J., M .rwr WJtr-Vtt- n vftj -- JCW k.A Louis and all points Wrst. 1 H TTniivn 0nl7 from Loulsrllle or rDcln-1- U JjLOUrS natl to bLloma, being two hours quicker than any other line, glrlug our passengers time for meals and first choice of aets in trains going West. I Chattanooga n leaving and cmclnuaillor make linil direct tonnectlon at thoie points with the Light-nln- g Kxprti on tbo Ohio A Mlsilaslppl for tit PSBBBBISSIBB '"3 I uuuu: Oil -- , Mill '! u-- SS II TV III I 3BBB1 S3 a Hi t'"a"9 n ptA.C4WM, WW 'Sots w im!ri i -Kid-ueDls-ras- 12Hours Quicker Chicago. way no going by vf jJ,W&i, i&wSwSjWiS BSBBiBEdBE MAYMVII.L.K IlKAftUII. NOSTII-IiOUM- lr col-.leg- e. Sho: "You must acknowledge, my dear, these chairs at least no drawback have." Ho: "I was going to say thoy w ero nil drawback." Friction of Gentle Llfo In Chicago. Chicago Herald. "Let go my ear," yelled a passenger on a west sido street car yostorday. "I beg your pardou," suid tho other man, "I thought I had hold of tho strap." bmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmam Buchu-Paiba Itrmarhablo Ctiro.i of Catarrh of the Madder, Inflammation, Irrltatlonof Jind Uladdcr, Btono or Urnvel of tho I'rostato Gland, Dropsical Br.'elllnBS, Fcmalo Diseases, Incontinence of Urine, all Dbouscs of (ho (Jrnl Organs lu either sor. For Un neaitny or unnatural Dlscharjrcs tiso t also "L'hanln'a lnlectlon Mour." each St. For HTrlllMS, cither contneted or herutlltary taint, uso Chnplna Constltu- tlon lUtterHrnip, $1.00 per bottle, and Clinpln's fiyphUltlo nils, $3.00; andCha- pin oypiuuuo cairn, oi.uu. o Doiuea bynip. 3 or mis, i sairo, iy Express on reooipt of SlO.no, or nt Dnizrirts. R. g. Wklm. Jeiwr City. NT J.. U. 8. A. I O. fc"M. Always- - makes "KoToST "No. ol. Dally Dally F.z, Bun. Ex, tlun. 7 23 a 8 H a 8 40 a 0 00 a II 44 s 10 80 a Fast Timo and Suro Con With all Lines at neotions St. Louis and Intermediate Points. Lre Covington. " 1exlngtun ..... " Paris Arr Mlllersburg .. Carlisle, " Jithnson. " Msysrllle Bouru-Boij'N- 2 00 in r3 ......1 ...... 20 p la m 8 17 p ra 111, 0 07 p tn 7 00 p tn iii 7 m I 80 p m pin u' pr No Ferric! NoOninlbuaTraHH ierrt Z No. 5J TTo. 61 Dally Dally Ex. Hun. Ex. Bun S Alxmt the fame Thing. "Is your "N no, not exactly. Tho collego is through with him." WHY WHX:YOU coujh when ahlloh'i Cure will glre ImmotlUterolletT Price SOo and ft. For tle by Penny A. MeAllitrr. r fit. J. nurdette J son through with college, Mr. ' ' Old-bo-y Did you ose Supp- Connections made In Union Depot, Ht. Louis, with trains of linos going West, Korthwost and Bouthwest. II you are going West to any point, ration or wrtto to the undersigned. For lull and reliable information in regard to Land, Ac , la the Western HUtes, Mepi, Guides and lowest special rates lor Tickets end llousohold Goods to all points West call nn or address G, IL 1LHOP, Pauenger Ag't Qhlo A Misstaslppl Kallway, , Harredibunr. Ky w. a. buattuc.. vf. vf. pkbodv. Man'gr, Gen'l Pass. Agt, Pres't and Gen'l U. w. I'AlttH, central Ageni, Clmlnnatl, Ohlo thesslts of last litis ol rsfnMlci.tSftit hsi girea almoii kttlic ml iiuiUc. , tlvs. Q has t.V.n ths lead Mlllersburg.... Arr Paris ' Lexington..,.!.. Lie Msyarllle.' " Johnson " Carlisle. " C'TlnnUm 8 30 a ui 1 Mpn 7 21 a in 2 41 p m 7 ra S 0!) pin h 10 a ni 3 S3 p m V a 111 1 20 p r Its HO II 10 10a in 6 COnm a 1111 fiiH n in .vP7''7Trl';No.3runsdalIjr Lexington .ln?,?1.ru", Tl Dot Tla Wlncheater and Paris Train No. 8 Is dally except Uunday between Lex. Ington and Parle, but la dally from Cincinnati to from KnoxTllle, Corlugton. sod Paris, and Knoxvljle. la day.lerroParlsBaoam; arr Lexington o. 83, dally except Hunday, i 80 p do; arrlre Paris 8 15 p m. letre Lex I na ton and Paris: Nn. M. .1.11. ... o.. """"" 0 10 am. Mustang Linimcnt.only good for horses? It is for inflamma tion of all flesh. flHfwstMslMd a.t m u.SUUurt. F1 TO S DATS. H.ur4ssiruis VIURFIIV IlROSj I'itll, Tr G rut won tns fsfor of UiapuUlcsnJ sow tinll XruiCUiUC(. 'smong ths leading Msdt 01 ClDolnnaU.HHal Class A. ins miuom. U SMITH. ul lit. jfoij. ra. lIMIlll. Through Uc.V;ta and bsggsge dtatlnatlon reached by 1 railroad. checked to any ti. F. q. OIVBK, W. II. WHITTLESEY, Paaser.gerAg.nt. Ttst. Pass. Aeent. iTingion, ty, LoxlogtoR.'Kr n. vi. nufTu W. FULLER OeaeraJ Waotger (Isa. Ppm: Af I &