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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885031001 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. u Satms weeklii ijiLt Um AtMU Mfc.i . v. tow titeffof WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. .1. -- rr vofc. JBft AT CHURCH. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, IAI$C1I 10, 1885. fir KlTKL. liifmi -- ..& -. NO. 3. Putttlnhnd TitCHtlnvH and Frltliiva IWrlttcn for the Sunday morning; a veritable Itriob Jouasur,. Sun-da- A bright atmosphcro and an invigorating Cta.OO X13IX .A.NNTJIU one; something brooding over nature that When paid itrtctlr In advance. If we bate to seems only to come on Sunday. A holy calm like a benediction, or like nature herwall an v time, 83.50 will b charged. self was at prayer. Just the day for a good wholesome sermon. So you put on your hat and start out, The church is bright and pretty, too; everywhere money and taue have conspir Twenty-Fou- r fears Ago, Twenty-fou- r year air.o Mr. Hucbanan, ed to pleaae the eye and invite the alien nicely carpeted allien, poliihel bench the laat of the democratic IVpalilenta, t tion; ', the light through piloted glaa bathing In the Whito Hoihj. crave nrnt cireworn. Onljr one iltv of democratic rule remained. everything; the orgin open watting the Already Mr Lincoln, In his rmuia at Wil oranlnt and fJ'i le- -I a rei'ful content lard', awaited, with a aon-- e nfconaervation, crerpingovsr jvi y t wut for the con the outing of tin eventful day i'iat would grcjnlian to enm in, for il i yet too eirly It seems, for any oae except the sexton and uaher in the republican regime. yourself. Pretcntly they drop in by ones At thia time the lUg of the I'nlted Btatea bov to each other waa fifing at hill thice ixitntii In the 7 ie an! twotail cedtd Statu. Two month before Robert over the banche, nd in it quiet way earh Toomba ha I aalil In the Senate: "We are one seeon glid th at the other is there aa retdr lo Ght now as weever will be I Af.er a while the house is filled. As you look over tVi congregation you can not will h rijin itjror wit." Mr JeflerMU help noticing the greit number of care-wjrDiru had brn 1'rtaiilent of the CjnMer-ac- r fic; fire that Ml of unrewarded for two "eeka, and the "bornle hue toll, of disappointment and mrrow. Grant llifc," area, to unfolded three day later, Oae hundred thousand aoldiera were un- them a real cheerful serru in, you think, der artmi in the Confederacy to be com and then you wonder what they come there parted Uto. an army daring; that very for. Not the ones who are studying the "slylea'' or flirting softly oer fan tips and weeki The South waa all tint with excite ment and theaentinitnt of the North wai cane handles. Hut those who cire not for rapidly hardening Into reaolution. Toe gossip, fashion or flirting; tbe tired looking AokIo Shoo, blood wai up, in the vein people that you notice. What do they come here fot? To hear of Puritan aad CiTalier, aid war wai It wu atnldit thia gathering atorm, that God made them and the world? Thuy iaafned that Tears nco. To hear that coon to burst with unni'ialed fur, lh" niim,-- . t died that they might live through the airons; tuna ol Lincoln took the rein at Ucitli' Triey knew that too To of Korernment from the honral but uncer hear the preacher tell anecdote No, you tain craap of Hucbanan. Toe etateaman think not. What do they como for? They Kare place to the hero the diplomat to the spiritual hod to make tbem uiartrr. The democratic party bade a come for on farewell to power, and the repub- stronger in their duty to Clod and man lican eniere I upon a career of pieii dor and through all the coming week. They want to know that Osd was very reir to them of cotrjitlon. when sorrow's hand wa laid on them. A tarter of a crtittirjr )m That lie looks upon their labor and feels that day. A war without a ia-i- ll in acop and energy the land. The for their sorrows and disappointments as a grave nf a million haroea teitly m the fther who pltieth hla children. Ah, it is a very easy thing for the rich and happy valor of th -- irvlvor Fion the wreck of to say that God Is good, but it takes n er?t battle the Union h been -- aved. Five many tears to wash the ees clear before of alavos have barn f ed nd en ens can see through Jioverty, toil and pain f MCs-ioframhiecd. The rlglit nib. that God is really good. milted to the verdict o' ill baa been But you heir tbe preacher' voice now cut down forever An Indlmjluble repub He of equal and aoverelgn Statei it the lee addressing them as his "dying friends," acy of the war and a tenderer and a and then he gota on to point out the way froni;er and a better people rite up to call in ine eirrnai. a narrow way inueeii, a cani'lVfTc, a way of groaning and a treat it bleeeed, President Lincoln, kindliest and creittst uiicrriaintv, and then he tells of some on of republicans, met the death that ehadow who died without confessing religion and ed his lofty life at the hand of an ajwaiuin. leave) vou to infer where he went. He HU iac() ajftow and heroic In his strong doe not seem to think it possible that handiBt(.ilrtnDoat timet, wit corrupted much might have paased between that soul and tofltaei under weaker leadership and and its Maker not confessed to frienda or circumstance. It lost the straight and pastor, which might savor more of heaven almp'e path that ' with charily for all and than of hell. What right indeed has God malic fir none," he had pointed out, and to save a soul outside of his, the preacher's, prescribed doctrine? Why will some peofilled the deviou way of paaaionaod The highpulalng emotions that ple persist in trying to scare others to uniMr.fcl tinging Invocation inspired his heaven"' Has "come unto me ye heavy soldefa ior battle, were prostituted to the laden," and "Ood is love," no place in doubtluj useVof the politician, and strife their heart? Why burden lives, already and bitterness divided hta psdplr, lone af- heavily laden through six days of tbe groaning sermon on ter the Sjtith had surrendered in perfect week, by a loug-ficsgood faith and (he North had with frank Sunday. We are the owners of the earth, why should we groan under a yoke which respect accepted her sheathed sword At lait after longer wanderinga and He said was light and under which all namore stubborn irreconcilement than we ture beside cpnp!rvs to exult and be glad? But this is not tho only kind (f preachishould hare had il he had been vpared, but No, if it was Christianity would in the patient wisdom of Ocd, at lait all ng1 this, bu pasted, and the era of restore! never have attained such victory over paamity and confidence opens before us. ganism, nor would wn see so many countePoor aa the South is and baa been impov- nances with the stamp of chrUtian bearing their hiudens, erished as she was by the loss of peoplo million dollars' worth of slaves and ministers tenderly loved by their tlock; in the subversion of, her social and induitrial fact as the barriers of sectarianism are system demlatu aa the ravages of war torn away this kind of preaching is not left her smiling valleys and bare her old eo much in vogue and we are glad it iu.'t. red hills pitiful in waa the resource out Lincoln Fokoave Him. One of M of which she has so bravely and hopefully Lincoln's annoyances was the claims adbullded her new prosperity ten thousand vanced for having first suggested his nomitimes more does she value the democratic nation as President, One of these claimrestoration fur the anaurance it gives of ants, who was the editor of n weekly paper full peace and reconciliation between the published in a little village in Missouri, sections than for all the spoils or power called at the White House, and was ad ten nud rrS'oratioaa iniuht bring It is milted to M. Lincoln's preienrc. He at (it, then, that we should pel in apposition once commenced stating to Mr. Lincoln' the two great ohsp'ers cf our lter history that he wai tho man who first suggested his the coing out of the old demo- name for tho Presidency, and pulling from the coming in his pocket an old, worn, defaced cratic drnaay copy of h .a ot tho new. Lit us take to our hearts, iu psper, exhibited to the President an item the moment of our triumph, the coble on the subject. "Do you really think," words uttered by Mr. Lincoln in his hour said Mr. Lincoln, "that announcement was of trial let ui make tbeshtbbilethof the the occasion of my nomination?" "Cernew era of ptace and good the solemn sen- tainly," said the editor, "the suggestion was tence with which, in his inaugural, he met so opportune that it wai at once taken up the era of strife and of war glorious by other papers, and the result was your words that, stretching as a bow of promise nomination and election." "Ah! well," dark and said Mr. Lincoln, with a sigh, across the gulf of twenty-fivand assum troublous years, prefigure tbe cloudlem sun ing a rather gloomy countenance, "I am shine and prosperity to come. glad to see you and to know this, but you "We are not enemies but friends. We will have to excuse me; I am just going must not be enemtes. Though passion to the War Djpartment to see Mr. Stan-ton- " may have strained, it must not break our "Well," said the editor, "I will bonds of affection. . The mystic chords of walk over with you." The President, memory, stretching from every b ittle field with that apt good nature, so characteristic every living heart and nndpatrlot grave to of him, took; up b,ls hatband,. aldt "Come hearthstone, al) over thjs broad land, will along." Whett they reached the door of th yet swell the chorus of the Union, when Secretary' office Mr. Lincoln turned to his again touchedf asurply they, will be, by and said, "I shall have to see the better aigelh nf our nature." - Atlsn'a companion ))tr.8t4nlon alone, and vou must excuse, 'Constitution of 8J. me," and, taking him by the hand, he con- THIS IDKA. OF JOlNC WICST air ,to reliata perfectly esity about having to Colorado, $r Now pifilcji, for puro nominated me: CoiuuniptloB, U all a inlitako. An)' rcaaonatto man donetrouhM.ebiuUt, forgive you " woyU uio Dr. Uoiaijat', Cjtib Jia tiJoMyrun (br Keoiinfi-ccDra- . Km. Poor's CoQfumpdon In all lis Brit atage. It nevtr fall rrpWf . Jnu' i9?va-"to cJrVcP'f Kail pH1 f? J W. P. WALTON. thm,nl o Tobacco-Essay by a Small Boy. "Tobacco grows something like cabbages, but I never saw none of it boiled, although I have eaten boiled cabbage and vinegar on it, and I have heard men say that cigars that was given to them on election day for nothing, was cabbage leaves. Tobacco stores are mostly kept by wooden Injuns, who stand at the doors and try to fool little boys by offering them a bunch of cigars, which is glued to the Injuns' hands and made of wood alio. Hogs do not like tobacco; neither do I. I tried to smoke a cigar once, and it made me feel like Epsom salts. Tobacco was invented by a man namsd Walter Kilelgh. When the people first saw him smnkimr, they thought he was a steambiat, and as they never seen n steamboat they were frightened. My sitter Nincy is a girl. I don't know whether she likes tobacco or not. There is a young man named Liroy who comes to see her. I guess she likes Ltroy. He was standing on the steps one night, and he had a cigar in his mouth, and he said he didn't know as she would like it, Rnd she said, "Leroy, the perfume is egreeable." But the next morning, when my big brother Tom lighted his pipe, Nancy said, "Get out of here, you he Hid creature, the smell of tobacco makes me sic!" Snuff Is Injun meal made out of tobicco. I took a little snuff once, and then ane7.d." Ex. Rev. A. A Myers and wife have returned from the New Orleans Exposition. Work has qeen resumed on the .Chrif tian church and we hope it will not stop until the building is completed. Saturday was election for trustees, the following were elected for the ensuing year: A. GatHflT, J. P. Mahan, 8. Stanfill, A. M. McKenxie, A. C. King, J. L, McCarty and WROBERTSSTAGG Opera House Block, Oil, John Resves. Havicg no clock is no excuse in WilA.J,T3 KsrJ IN liamsburg anv more for having late dinner Wall Paper, Wines. for the time of day can be ascertained from DrnKti, Mimical Liquor Chemical, ISooiiM,, InHfruemeute, almost any prt of town by looking at tbe Stationery, x'aiiiLs, ciKar), Pocket clock on the new Ciurt-housHOIipM, Cutlery, Tobaccos A house belonging to A. C. King and Lumps, Perfumery, Fire Arm, Sfachin occupied by Chsrlev Martin, caught fire Nellefk nud 'tntlcal Hoods Department 13 iu Charge of (ML Our Jewelry, Sllvenvnro from a stove pipe that extended through Titos. Bichards, who will Itcpair Hatches and Clocks promptly nud in the beet the roof and wai ao'in consumed, very little style. of the furniture being saved. No insurance. Rsv. E. II. Ballock preached an interesting sermon at tho Congregational church yeslerday at 11 a. ;,r , and also at 7 r. M. Rev. W. II. Brummelt, of the Baptist church, preached at the school-homat night. Stanford, Ky., DE IBC.O. e MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Whitewash forOulsiJeHork. - 1 ic haaeit u, ', -- Io; four-hundre- d v Ordinary lime wash will rub off and in time Is washed oil by rains. I here are two methods of preventing this: One is to add something to the wash, like glue, that will hold the particles of lime in place, and the other Is to add something to the wash that will change the slightly soluble lime into an Insoluble compound. A quarter of a pound of glue, soaked In cold water and then dissolved by heat, may be added to each pailful of whitewash. If fat ot any kind bo added to the lime while slaking a lime soap is formed, which does not wash off. When slaking lime for a pailful of wish add a pound of tallow or clean fat to the hot and slaking lime, and thin ith hot water. The Treisurv Department wash, used on.light-housand other government buildings is made as follows: Place half a bushel of freshly-burnelime In a barrel and slake with boiling water; strain and add a peck of jail dissolved in water; boll three pounds of rice lliur in water to a paste, and add it to the lime; soak a pound of good glue in cold water, and when soft dissolve by tbe aid of heat, and add this, with c pound of Spanish white to the wash. Thin to the proper consiatence with water. The wash is to be applied warm Whitewash may be colored with Venetain red, umber or indigo, adding enough of either to give the desired tint. A company in New Jersey is making pa per counterpanes and pillow shams Number oae manilla paper is used, two large sheets held together by small twine at interval of three or four Inches, gummed so aa to stick the sheets together where the r. twine lies. The twine strengthens the The margin ct tbe counterpane has a hem, in which there is more of the twice to keep it from tearing. Beautiful designs are printed upon the upper surface of the counterpanes and pillow chains, which make a very neat appearance. When they beccme wrinkled they can be made smooth by hot flat irons. They retail at seventy-fiv- e cents a Bet. The counterpane can be left on (he bed when it is occupied, if so desired, and in cold weather it will be found a very neat and warm article of bed clothing, sicce the paper will prevent the escape ol heat about as well as a woolen blanket, Troy Times. "In Chicago," said James Whitcomb Riley, "I recently saw a humorist with a sad heart, Ten Kjck White, the author of 'Lakeside Musing' in the Chicago In'&ime. He was sent once to visit tbe Wiscocein poet, Miss F.innle Driscoll, and secure all ofhtr contributions for the 2W6une. lie not only bought up all ot the lady's writings, bjt lie won her heart a well and married her. She died in leas than a year, .1 t ! at. i t. ana air. line ever since ner ueaiu nan lived apart from men so far as possible. He is' reserved, melancholy, lonely, and (oldom laughs or talks. He toils and makes oth ers merry, but is nimseu n stranger to d pa-rear 1 Managed br Jno. B, Fish. Farmers have begun to sow oats. The weather has been exceedingly fine tor 31arcb. There will probably be a new church house built at this place in the near future. One Is needed very badly. We heard a postmaster say the other day that the new Postmaster General was a "mean looking old cuss." Little Ceil Crook is almost well again. John Proctor is not bo well this week as he was last. Jack Adams, Jr., is out on the streets again. There has been four diys of democrat ic administration and it is evident that "God reigns and the Government at Wash ington still lives. Mr. C. AV. Adams has returned from a visit to Mipsoun and New OrlcanB. Pete Hsmpton, nf Stanford, was in town Sun day. Mr. E C Walton will be in town Thursday and will be glad to meet all sub Benders to ihe Jooh.val who are in vrrears. I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Fall and "Winter, comprising the best in the market; which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley RUPLET. BOURNE! "0, don't you remember sweet Alice, Ben Bolt?" "Her bright smile haunts me still!" "Yea, I saw her last at Dr. Bourne'a Drug Store.' Ko wonder, ahe got her paint from Bourne. "0, write me a letter from horn, "John Anderson, my Joo Jhn, you hair la like And get the stationery from Bourne. tho anow your eye Is dim!" "I wonder l( ahe lorca me ?" Tell the old cosn to g to Biurne's and gat soma She will If jou buy your beautlfiers from of his hair dressing and a pilr of Le MarVa Bourne. cele orated Uncle Crystal tfpecks." "llosca bloom and then they wither." The perfumes ate made Into extracta for Baurne. "Shall I never more behold thee?" "Yf, anl In good health, fur I get my uedleinet "Kathleen Maraurneen, tbe gray dawn is breakfrom Itourno." ing"' "I'm glad of it; Bourne baa so rsany nice goods "What are tba wild waves Baying?" I want to taVe the whole day purchasing. ' Bourne, Bourne, Bourne, Botsrne, Boirnet Then, Katy darling, do tell Lilly Dale to put Pick a Too in Aunt Kodj's old arm chair and alng Western Emigration, "P.ock me to sleep, mother," while you go to Bourne'a Xew DiugStoroand get ma a Tooth Brnab, At thia season of tho yeir when the n- some Toilet Koip, a pair of LeMore'aPeriscoplc Lenses, some of. his Letter Taper, s. nual we U ward movement btgint, many in bottle of Vanilla for your mother, strengthening Cordial for your grandmother and some worm caady quiries are made in regard to price of land for Jeems, and go quick or I'll make you think "This cruel war Is not orar." etc , in tbe difLsttiu ports of the West. The Ohio & Mississippi railway gives special attention to this business, and its agents are fully prepared at all times to furni-- h the latest information in regard to r es:ern Lvids, with pamphlets, giving accurals description of the different sections, locatfon, soil, reeotuces, etc. In 'hort juat the information tbe settler needs - AND in making a choice. la addition to this they make it a busi! ness to look after the entiie details of moving, such as billing and shipping houseA Full aud complete assortment of Furniture, embracing evhold goods, stcck, etc. All assistance of erything from the Cheapest to the Finest Suites. Kt this Had is rendered free of charge, and need to go to the Iarp;o cities to make yoitir pnrchases, no mapt, guides, pamphlets, ete-- , are furnished what quantity or qualify you want, as can anil will duplicate witbont cost. any prices yon can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Aim A letter addressel to C. W. Paris. Cenfull assortment of Collins, Caves, Nhronds and Robes, ei-ft- eM tral Passenger agent, IS West Fourth Ins all the New Styles, both cheap and expensive. Ware rStreet, Cincinnati, Ohio, will procure much opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. valuable information. togi-tbe- B. WB&UHL UNDERTAKER, Parlor Iealei' in Furniture I matter' a - A vain man's motto ir: "Win gold and wear it;" a generous man's: "Win gold and shareit"amissr's: "Win gold and spare it;" a profligate': "Win gild and spend 11;" a broketV ''Win old uJ lend it;" a fool's: "Win gold aodfp'ud it;" a gambler's: "iVingjIlanJ loia it;" a wise man',: "Win gold and ue it." I T. J. BOSUETir, HOUSE PAINTER! AND PAPER HANGER. Staniobd, Ky. 409-- tf TJ1 Fresco Celling Paper Hanging a Specialty. Orders Promitly Attended to. TTTTTlUltr All OElXGlWAr. Lake Poncharlraln, at New Orleans, anl Offlce gouth side Main Street, two doors above BONE NERV& Hotel: the is miles in leugth. It is trestle Pure Nitrous Oxide Oaa administered when re 1KB quired. work on piles, and is made of cyprees wood, rrtee, SSc. per bottle. Introduced Inurn b A pululrai, (Sro, Jlnmton Alli-n- . aA which was first saturated with crio?o e oil, upcedy cure for lthcumallsra, NeuralKla. Old Hon . Da. W. B. PENNY. Jlurnn. Bpmlna, Bcalds, Uutt, Bruises, S tilings aunt which reudets it impervious to moisture, .sfiiSrfffl all other bodily imlUB. Farmers and owners rot BTANFOKD, KENTUCKY. Mock recommend It as the bcit known remenrftutr and proof ajahut the atuck of birnacles. IIeeKhcratrhesi, I ruroot BliouldcrHtralns. Cracked Offlen nn f.innt!itfr .tret, t at! ilnnr in Tntk Chafes or Ualls.Hnrutni. Orks, Film In tho JSjet UtAII IrtllUU.r nrtlM nfSf hftiua (mm 4 tn 19 . Up. JtBtenrt) or Jmitatloim. in theleauing tower of Pita was u, and 1 to S The fault CM1.VS. II. A I.I.KN. Jr.. Kle Trap. andarorm P. it. Anesthetics administered whei .) not discovercJ until it was partially com neiossary. I iaclurer, Oillce.No. ;l W. .lib Mt., C'lncliinatr.O.. ELfTI'or aalo br all Drucgtatn.'XH, r, pleted. It was decided to finish it, great care being taken in the laying of Ihe stones It wai also strongly braced, and the chime of bells, neighing-- 12,000 pounds, were placed to ns to counteract the inclination lo one side M-o jjTue largeu bridge in the world crosses -- . u ii a as o rv jdjejivtist, Xontlst. . TIT GENtJINE t LINIMENT. , ALLEN'S -- I Iisi-Iyr- bow-eve- mlrlb." A tadpole, the larva of th) frog, has a tall and no legs, gills instead of lunge, a heart precisely like that of a fish, a horny beak for eating vegetable food, and a spiral intestine to digtst it, As it matures its hinder Irgi show themselves, then the front pair; tbe beak falls off; the tall and gills waste away; the lungs are created; the digestive apparatus is changed to suit an animal diet; the heart is altered to the reptilian type by the addition of another auricle; In fact, skin, muscles, nerves, bones and blood vessels vanish, being absorbed, atom by atom, and a new set it substituted. The Chinese giant, Chang, has found a Kansas City Kla,ntes who is wjlllng to marry hiw. She is only elr feet six inchos tall, but "he stands still higher in Chang's estimation since she U said' to he worth $200.000. TLI. uamo Laa tMotu to fabrillar with tli moit of pcuplo tUroaQfaout tho UnWeil Statu tbat It I. to ttato Hat he It th originator of hardly Syrup, tbo treat Dr. Iloiatiko'a CougU ul known, toj tli pcopli'a .farorlto remedy, s of Coujtii. 'oJ4i, Coniumptlon aW alt fha Throat WhM Wing!.'-- Trtw 50 e?ati aad Jt.W CATAUHH CURED, health acd awtet breath secured by SlilloU'a Catarrh Remedy. Trice 80c. For silo by Penny & McAflster. SI.EErL.E33 NIGHTS mado tulseiable by that terrible cough. ShlloVa Curo lathe remedy for you. Tor ule by Fenny A McAUiter. PLOWS! PLOWS! V' T Posittre Curo tor Piles To the poopla of this county wo would say that wehaTobeenglTpn the agency ol Dr. Marchltl'a ftflM KMfvrf!rnt!?iKtTm S e Italian Pile Olntmmt emphatically guaranteed to cure or niojey refunded Internal, External, Wind, Bleeding or Itching Pile. Trice SO ccnti a box. No cure, no pay. Penny & McAllster, Drugglats. Daughters, Wires and Mothers. We emphatically guarantee Dr, Marcblal'a a female remedy, to cure Female Diseases, auch ai Ovarian trouble, Inflammation and Ulceration, Falling and dlsplacennqt or bearog down feeling, Irregslarlule,, Darrooncts, Chaoia ot Life, Leucorrhcca, beelde. rflany weaknesses springing from the above, like Headache, Illoat-loHplnal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous debility, Palpitation of tbe Ueart, Ac For sale by druggists. Prlcea 11 anil 11 60 per bottle, t'ocd to Dr, Marchlsf, Utlca, N. V.. for pamphlet, free. For aala br Penny A McAllster, Drusgfst. g, ,jiq .minHj,, .r prffcX b V3 Dayton Steel Plows, Champion Steel Plows, Champion Sulky Plows, Linu Stonp Plows,, Lone Star Plows, fiissell Chilled Plows, Gale Chilled. Plows, Mayaville Hill Side Plows, Malta Double 8hovel Plows, Mmkle Doutye Shovel Plows, Halls Double Shovel Plows, Minkle Pony Plows, Hall's Pony Plows, Malta Cultivators, Dr. HOSANKO. ctilUiVntR" ih'tUa Cbcit awl all uffcdlob? that are condOr'tJ I'f imT S Coaiuviritlon. ) Trie, CO cant nitnnr Iw auJfl.Oa SoUVyllcllobertlASUfg. a bor, and;h"Jprmer.only require two for aseent.-Frank- fort CspiUI. iM bj Mcltoterti & Stat. Something for the Baby. What a terrible ullllctlon alnut the bouse la a cross, crying baby' A youoj man oa tb very edgs or taJtrlmcny might easily ba IrlgteneJ rout nil purpoio by heulng lot much ot tbat tort oirausjcat.thhoofbl married fiends. tMblMc'ry, commonly only when they art sick. Qn'a' teas' poonrul of Parker's Tonic glvta the Ifttle One'wlll bring roat and sloop to the baby and all tbebouK. OulyBOcatdruiyli'.s'. , Ko end to Plows All kinds of Plows Plows ef all sizes I Flaws-- ' at all Prices! Plows irom $2.50 la tj&O, 1 't dealer In Bturffles. fnrrLiiM3. SnrrevS. iWfiH? Wmm' Par hi Vi'a .. ... . t juhyoaf-"'. 'lT' kihus Harvest lii Machines, naniers, u arrows ana an ?r. er f.rwiiHf sacm Also ..'.. r'" . , -- Snri-ffileeklnlnteriorloa- nal .Starford, Ky March 10, DANVILLE, BOYLE COUN7Y. am is Tlte lowea by lite iu Those colored people who have been There was roller ekating and dancing mislead by designing republicans into the timated at $10,000,000. deaths from at the Opera House Saturday night. One hundred and belief that the return of the democrats to pneumonia atane occurred in New York The Danville Cooking Club met with 1885 power at Washington meant their and were entertained by Miss Jennie would do well to read what last week. forty-two The New Groceries and Hardware House of f r, Friday night. W. P. WALTON. A grocery store on 21 street, kept by a colored man named Pnll Mason, was broken into Sunday night and about $20 in money and Blackburn are doCarlisle, Beck stolen. ing their level beet to get Phil Thompson The Sharp-La- y murder case was callisto the oflice of Commissioner of tho In ed in the Circuit Court Monday morning tornal Jteven ue. It would be a big thine and pasted until 1 o'clock r. M. to enable Would kindly nak your nttoutioa to tho foot that they have just returnod for the whisky men to Hbtc hlinsppointed, sevoral witnesses to come in. from tho cities with a largo, fresh and well selected stock of bst whether the government would be aa E B Linney, mtin street grocer, has cial. well rexTcd seams to bo a question with The Royal Arsenal, at Woolwich, Is made an assignment to his brother, J. S. jJwEiatcm men. There are some 25 or being run at its full capiclty night aud day Linney, for the benefit of creditors. The 30 applicants. Of the probability of his to enable it to turn out 2.600,000 cartridges exact amount of assets and liabilities not Endless in vnrioty, dainty in quality, nnd satisfactory in prices, this wo guar the Louisville Commercials appointment & week. yet known. antee Onr aim shall bo at all times to sunnlv ovcrv want in our linn. "Of correspondent sajs' "Washington County Attorney Ypung, of Rowan, Dr. C. S. Rili, former manager and course lovaltjr to Thompion and Kentucky was shot from ambush, Saturday night, by lectuier of the Wizard Oil Exceptor, was leadi to etronK hopes o( his success, but a friends of the late John Martin. The wound hcreSiturday and Sundiy. Tue Dr. is strict regard for fact, requires the asserConsists of tho standard brands of Ettropo and Amorica. Our largo lino is not fatal. now traveling for a dynamite factory in Although Judge Eadicott, the new tion that outside Kentucky circle! there is Daniel M. Lock wood, who nominated Burlington, Termor t, and is looking as of cooking stoves includes tho justly colohralod "Great Western Unserve" nnd belief that Mr. Thompson will not win." Secretary of War, is comparatively Cleveland, at Chicago, is said to be slated handsome as ever. many other family favorites. to the people of the United States, to take Ben Butterworth's place as ComThe Courier Journal 's representative tele W. M. Rue sold Friday to John OUK CHINA, GLASS, AND QUEENSWARE STOCK consisU in part under-stee- d scholar, an eminent missioner of Patents. he is said to be a rips graphs to Sunday' paper: ''It u Hughes, of Lexington, seven good Eastern that Mr. Thompson has jurist and a descendant of a noble line of here A scoundrel named J. R. Calhoun is horses, at prices running from $150 to $300 ol Tablo, Tea nnd Chamber Sets completo, Glasswaro richly cut and etched. aJJew York man to get away with. If ancestry. His grandfather, Jacob Crownin under arrest at Marion Centre, Kansas, each. Mr. Eugene W. Leo has bought out In tho way at Breadstufls wo name Buckwheat Hour, tho queen of all tribes. this is true I shall despair of the appoint- shield, was Secretary of the Navy under charged with the systematic ruining of 14 D. N. Hinman's interest in the sale and liv Our celobrnlcd "G. M." patent flour unrivalled for cako and pastry, whilo These New Jeflerson, the first democratic President, young girls. Death is too good for him. ment going to Kentucky. ery on fourth street. The firm is now Rico and Hominy, our own patiotic products, nro arrayed as faithful adjuncts. "York men want the entire earth, and up to and it seems fit that a distinguished descenFive prisoners assaulted Jailer Berry Bruce & Lee. All tho delicacies in foreign and domestic confections uro hero. t&is time they are meeting with great dant should occupy a place in the cabinet at Louisa, Lawrence county, and, overpow .uiss riorence tjiaugnter entertained a Tin, Stone, Wooden and Willowwaro, Electric lamps, Stationery, Canned While Mr. Thompjon is probably as on the second advent of the party into a ering him, escaped, lie was knocked on number of her classmates and other friends jrell qualified for thepwition as Arthur's long and prosperous administration of the the head, and his wounds are believed to be at the home of her parents near town Sat- Meats aud Fruits, and a completo lino of Cigars nnd Tobaccos. Well this is was, we are of the opinion that affair of government. aa-ETans oniy a hint of what wo have. fatal. urday evening. Those present were Misses Col. Lamont, as private secretary cf Mamie Metcalfe. Hallie Youog Amy neither is capibte of properly filling it Believing that wo cau mako it to your interest, wo confidently ask an ex- r, Cleveland's cut in the Senate leaves Gov. Cleveland, of New York, received d that a lower rung of the ladder would Ze Welsh, Elizi Lusk, Messrs. Guy animation of our goods anp your patronage, rather an aching void en the democratic $4,000 salary per annum. As private sec- Wiseman, Willis Mullen, Hugh Craft, P. be better perch for either. side. Bayard, Lamar and Garland were Respectfully, TAYLOR BROS. retary of President Cleveland, of the Vaughn Jo Whitborne, P. Judy, Chas. "The Courier Journal falline to get "our eminently the leaders of tbat body and United 0. States, he will .receive only Grubbs, Galen Craft. Harry Brlgge, G. W. 8teeaaod old Saddlebags" nominated for their places will not be filled easily. Mr. Broadus and J. W. Guest, Jr. and later to force him into Beck is now the ablest as he has always President Kentucky justice will hunt down a t Mr. W. R. Bowman, of this place, has faithful and untiring demo- horse thief through half a dozen States, but Cleveland's Cabinet, that paper is disposed been invented an automatic lock for shifting or For Coal or Wood. to open war on the new; administration. cratic member. won't take the trouble to follow a murderer changing from shaft to pole on a buggy or Referring to the make up of the cabinet it into the next county. Horses cost money, Tlili IUois It Kit Unit? and Judoino from the cuts of them in the other light vehicle. The change can be resde of the very test Juniata Cbsr-ro-ti il says: "It was enough to take from New Sunday editions of the Courier-Journal- , e the and human beings are dog cheap. Iron. Has ctit lop and front, made in 15 scconJ, without wrench or York a President untried in national af- ministers of Louisville are a miserable with Kutlre Wrought Iron Body and News. hammer. This invention is simple in its Oren. Warming orrn extends under fairs without joining to him, apparently looking set of The six-dago aa you please contest There should entire ninth of lUcae. Automatic sheer personal and local favoritism, be some protection for those inoffensive on roller skates ended at New York, Sat- construction and can be manufactured at Orrn Nhelf. Sections I Fire Lining! fros a trifling cost. Mr. Bowman will soon and Cut Centers. N ckel name plate, two advisers equally lacking in official ex- men, who do not deserve to be so carries-ture- urday. kiobs and hinge pint. Adjustable Donovan covering the greatest start South to introduce his invention ami Ide ihelf and all modern m pro TeMr. Cleveland bai declined perience. number of mile, 1,092. The prize was lle nu. while absent will leave rome models on Can t arranged with Heater for alike solicitations and counsels touching an alleged $250 medal and $500. There hit and cold water. exhibition at the N. O. Exposition. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. able, honorable and useful public men, whs Water Box or Heater extra were 17 contestants. Howard Crutcher has returned from 1MB , "Si bad earned of him, and of the country and ''iuMi T. S. Arthur, the author, is dead, aged Secretary Manning has taken the lead Chicago, where he has been attending of thetr party both recognition and promo- 70 years. in the selection of important under secre- medical lectures. He U now a HomeoH. HIGGINS, tion." It has been said of Mr, Watterson N. S. Ray, cashier of the Union Na- - taries by appointing exAttorney-Genera- l pathic M. D. Mr. Jofeph Homer, one of thai be gave Mr. Cleveland a nominal sup- Ihnal Bank at Lebanon, is dead. Charles 8. Fairchild, of New York, as First the Choctaw SPKCIAI. AOENT, youths attending the prepara port daring the cinvaw, while in reality he Gen. J. S. Black, of Illinois, has ac Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in place tory department of Centre College, has Stanford, Kentucky did all he could for Blaine. We have not be- - cepted the position of Commissioner of of Mr. French. been quite ill with pneumonia, but is now Ikrcd each stories, but If Mr. Watterson Pensions. The President notified bis Private Sec better. All three of the boys are making -- It is said in Washington that really wishes to see the new administration retary that he does not propose to receive good progress in their studies. Mr. L. W. give the lie to them, he must tor Thurman will get the position of Min persons who call in regard to appointments! succeed and Lindley and family have removed from not begin to qurrrel at Mr. Cleveland until ister to England. as he is desirous that all applications o this place to Nevada, in Mercer County. be is at least given a fair chanec to show Excursion rates to New Orleans have this character shall be acted upon by the great charge to been reduced to one cent per mile or less heads of the departments to which they be- --miasm Cirri e and Annie Fields gave a bts entire fitness for the Progressive Euchre party Thursday which which the people have called him. long. on all the railroads. was attended by about 15 of their friends. Dr. Walker T. Divis, of Mercer, who At Scotlsville, Va., n girl of eight killA pillow feeling makes us wond'rous Mr. W.A. Markwell left Friday for St. Lowery Mun- ed her cousin. Melville Barnett. seven, and poisoned his father-in-laDBALKBl IS- Jcrad, some old fellow onco remarked, and Louis and other points of Misouri to be day, of Woodford, to obtain $25,000 insurthrew him into a cistern. It is as true as gospel. Years ago. when gone an indefinite time. Miss Jennie Drugs, Books, Stationery and The State Convention of the Prohibi- ance on his life, has just had his sentence be was editing the Glasgow limes, Dr. John Faulkner and L'zzie Walker, of Lancaiter, Fancy Articles. tion and Reform party will be held in of life imprisonment confirmed by the X). Woods wrote an essay on our favorite who have been visiting Miss Alice John Louisville March 19, 18S5. Court of Appeals. The Dr. is 70 years of . At once tikh, the esculent turnip-greensstone, went home Saturday. Mrs. Amanda PhyilclaBi' frmcrlptlontarturately compounded. The Newcsmb-Buchanadistillery age and his confinement can't be long. AIo we realized a kindred spirit and we were Rodes, now past SO years of sge, is again All the Cabinet were sworn in Situr- naturally drawn towards the writer till property, in Louisville, was sold last week in very fesVe health. Mrs. Lizzie Allen, day but did not enter upon their duties till for an aggregate of $145,000. feeeia of steel now bind us to him. The of Louisville, it visiting her daughter, President Cleyelacd has signed the yesterday. There ages are: Mr. Biyard old gentleman has since been called to the The Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, commission of Gen. Grant as an officer on 50, Lamar GO, Manning 53, Vilas 45, Gar- Mrs. G. T. Schoofield at the institute for office of Public Printer, but xristocratic Deaf Mutes. Mesne. N. McDowell, Hubert Jewelry and Silverware the retired list of the army. land 52, Whitney 40, Eadicott 58. The kis appetite remains as plebian as ever and McGoodwin, R. & D. Logan have returned Erer bought Wm. Corbin and John Gaines, of average of the President and his cabinet is to thli market Price Lower than his cry is still for the dear, delightful yum-yathe Lowi-it- . Watchea, Uocka and Jewelry ReBoone bounty, Ky., fought with revolvers 62 years. All are men in their prime and from Washington city. paired on ihoit notice and WarranU-d- . apturnip greens. Hear his pathetic about a dog Tuesday afternoon. Both were full of vigor. Bucklen's Arnica Salre. peal for some in the Capital. "As thb time A wretch named Daniels near CharlesThe beat Salre In the world for CuU, Bruliea, jo sear at hand for the sprouting of turnip-green- s killed. II. C. IHtlGIIT. Secretary Lamar is slid to be thor- ton, W. Va , had his aged mother put in a Soroa, Ulwra, Salt Ilbeuu, Fercr Borea, Tetter, F. CUICKAX. and spring poetry, we shall be obligoughly in sympathy with President Clevebut the authorities compelled ChappeJ Handf, Chllblatni, Corni, and all Skin friends who are growing Ertiptlom and poaltlrely ed to any of our par reland's views upon princihim to take her home. He refused to have quired. It It guaranteed cure Pllei, or noaatlifac- to gtre rerfeit tbose necessaries of life, if they will write ples. her in the house and built a log cabin in tiot or mcray reluaded. I'rlet conn per box. their poetry ouly on one tide of the paper, Kentucky has not been represented in his yard and carel for her scarcely as well lor iale tr fenny . McAlliler. inami keep that side and send us salad tho cabinet since Attorney General Speed as he did for his horse). His wife is said stead. in Ena to Bono Scraping. retired from Andrew Jackson's cabinet in to have been particularly unkind, and the Edward Shepherd of Harrliburtf, IU., aayi Those who argue that President Cleve- July, 1SC0. children were taught to despise their grand- "Hating recelTed ao much benefit from Electric land's inexperience in public affairs is comRepresentative Willis' information mother. One night during the intense cold Bitters, I feel It tuy duty to let lufferlng humana failure, leads him to believe pelled to make his administration IN- that Mr. Cleveland without wood or fire, she hobbled to ner ity know it. Hare had a running tore on lay leg tor eight yeart; my doctora told me that I would forget tbat Mr. Arthur, who is conceded to will be slow in making changes in the son's house and begged admittance, The hare to hare the bone (craped or leg amputated. bare been the best President since Lincoln, civil service. children told a neighbor that "Pa wouldn't I uaod, initead, three bottlei of Electric HIttera highet than sever bald an office Gen. Joe Johnston, of Virginia, is let granny in, and we found her dead in the and aeren boxei Arnica Balre, and my leg li now on the Governor's stall, ex- slid to have the promise of the appointgathered on soundaand well." Elxtrlc Bitten are old it 50 centa bottle and Bucklln'a Arnica Salre it 23c cept that he was Collector of New York ment of Commissioner of Railroads uuder yard next morning." learning the true cause of her death and per box by Penny A McAIUter. from which he tfaa turned out by Hayes on Secretary Lamar. intend to lynch the brute, when they can charges preferred by Stcretaty Sherman. A Startling Discovery. There are now employed on theBranch force him out of his house in which he is -Wbb prediction of failure in regard to Penitentiary at Eddyville, Mr. Wm. Johuaou.of Huron, Dak., write tha 150 men, 95 of barricated. -AXDCleveland is usually lather to tho hope whom are convicts and the rest chains' hli wife had beeu troubled with acute Bronchitis for many yean and that all remedies tried gtre no that he will signally fail. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. will contain 430 cells. It permanent relict, unlit he procureJ a bottle of Thomas Lawrence, Dr. King's New DIscoTery lor Consumption, of the Lancaster. The name of Daniel Beema to have spec Coughsand Colds, which had a magical efleel and ial prominence in connection with Cleve- Pension Office in Philadelphia, has been What kind of spring do you call this, produced a permanent cure. Ii Is guaranteed to sentenced to four years in the penitentiary. gentle Annie? land. Daniel Manning deserves the diseuro all diseases of tho Throat, Lungs or Bronchl-- s was convicted of pension frauds. tinction of doing more to cause his nomi- He An impromptu German will be given al Tubts. Trial bottles freeat Penny A McAlls. COXSISTIXG OF Among those mentioned for foreign at Odd Fellon'd Hall, Friday evening, ter's. nation and election than any other man. Pendleton for Min- March 13th. Music will be furnished by Daniel liOckwood delivered the nominat missions are Tho Beauty of Youth. . ir mm mayor, ister to France, Gen. McClellan for Ger an Italian band from Louisville. speecues wnicn maae t Ko matter bow handsome or stalwart a young ins Stockton for Rue- -- Died, at his father's home in this coun- man may bo otherwise, nothing can make up for a Governor and President; Daniel Lttnont is many, and Clip-peSecretary; and has been his trusted Private ty, on Fridar morning, Mr. Samuel Lear, partially bald head. Bhlnlng talents are attract-Itbut a shining poll Is The strike against a reduction of wages The cau may be Daniel Manning is now his Secretary of Elijah Lear, in the 17th year sickness or anything else, not. Parkor's eon of Mr. yet by the employes in the mechanical departHair the Treasury and Cleveland himself has of his age. Ilia remains were interred in will stop the lots of tho hair and start a new ments of the Gould system of railroads is growth of gloasy and a)ft hair so quickly as to proved to be a very Daniel in leading the the cemetery at this place Saturday even growing in extent, and the men appear deconquering hosts. ing. This is the third of Mr. Lear's fam- surprise you restoring the original color at the samotime. Not a dye, not oily, delicately per. termined not to submit to the cut. AT ALL TIMES A FULL LINK OF ily to die within thclaet three months and fumed. Only standard 50c dressing. Ip wo are to judge by his address, PresiGen. Edward C. Walthall has been in his terrible rtlllctions he has the sympaCleveland is not an egotistical man dent to succeed Secretary Lamar as Consumption Cured. thy of all. by any means. The address contains 1,CSS United States Senator from Mississippi. An old physician, retired from practice, ha ring He Wag-on- s. Thero is considerable Mckneas report words and the personal pronoun "I" is is a fine lawyer but has never held any ed from all parts of the county. In the bad placed In his lianJi by an East India mission. five t'.mes. Washington's first adused but ary tue formula of c simple vegetable romody for public office but tbatof district attorney. family of Mrs. Elizi Ilurdett near town thcsiieojy and permanent cure of Consumption, dress has 1,300 words and 20 ''la," his Eec-oDr. Albert G. F. Gocrsen was hanged there have been sick of typhoid fever, in- Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma and all Throat and 131 and (5 respectively. Jefferson used at the county prison, Philadelphia, for cluding two negro work-bandno lees than Lung Allecllons, alsin positive and radloal euro the pronoun 19 times in his first address, poisoning his for Nervous debility nnd all Nervous Complaints, wife nearly five years ogo. eight persona afllictcd with that malady. which had 1,5'iG words, and 10 times in his Tho hanging scared another murderer in One death is so far reported. Liltlo Clyde affr having tested its wonderful curative powers in thoustndsofcaiee, has felt It his second which had 2,123 words. Lincoln the jail to death and threw another into Huffman has been quito ill for several days It known to his autlerlng follows. duty to mako Actuated by only caid "I" once in his second address of convulsions. ins motive nnu n ileslro to relieve human sufferbut is improving. 5S8 and Arthur but once in his of 431 ing, I will send freo of charge, to all who dealro Thirty years ago, in Boston, Mrs. Abiwords, Pretty Miss Sallie Uright, of Danville, gail Gardner was convicted of the murder is the guest of Mist llitlie Vaughan. Judge It, this recipe, In German, Trench or English, with full directions for preparing and using. Sent When the names of the new members of her husband and sentenced to life imOwsley returned from Washington. "Beddo" by mall by addrosslng with stamp, naming this of the Cabinet were presented to tho Sen- prisonment. She is now 77 yeHrs old. A Morrow is visiting friend in Danville this parcft W. A.Noyei, 119 Powers Block, Roohci-tc- r, ate Thursday, Riddleberger, one of tho fewdiys ago she sent for the prison N. Y. chap, lirty little Senators who disgrace the fair lain and confessed she poisoned her hua- - week. Cols. W. O. llrabley nnd Snm M. CUKK KOH III.K. Burdett are attending "court at Danville. Bayard name of Virginia, objected to Mr. uanu, reiterating a demon seemed to urge Mieeeo Jennie Faulkner and Lizzie Walker Pile nro freioently preceded by a i.o uf weight 'Mcause he was, he charged, more English her on till tho murder was committed. Initio back, loins and lower part of the ubdoimn, aro visiting friend? in Danville. American in his views en the Irish than canning the patient to ruppone There are ten dlstillerios now in operaMiss Eliza Burdett, a most excellent ol the kidneys or neighboring hehas aomenfiVctlun question. Confirmation was therefore post tion in Anderson county. They organs At tlmon, mash, in christian lady, departed this life at her )mptomi of Indigestion nre present, ns lUtulcnrj, poned, but lriday tney were all confirmed mo aggregate, aTiO bushels of corn per residence near town lust Thursday evening, tineorlncM cf the etomarh, itc. A nioitiirr, like without objection. A little cheap co'.orie- - day, and of theso ten distilleries two are a victim of typhoid fever. She was the perspiration, producing a ery disagreeable Itching, y sua Riddleberger'a guiding star. All tho above goods have been bought very Low and mashing 1,100. The largest one of the afur gttln warm. Is n ny common attendant. widow of the late Jam en Burdett and was Blind, Bltedlng and Itcbhis I'"" yield at The example of . Cleveland should be ten mashea oyer COO bushels and the small-C- highly esteemed, Several eons and daugh application of Dr. IloMuko's Pita Itsaiedy, once to the will be sold the smallest possible marign. We rebleli nets Though of15 bushels per day. Another one of imitated by nil loss, Her remains dlryctly upon tho irl affected, nbsoiblnff tho beat 'coach and engine of several the lot will increase its cipacity in a few ters ate left to mourn her fered the Tumors, nll.i) Ing tho Intense Itelilugnnd affecting a rsilfeuLsto take him to Washington, he days to 800 bu'hels per day, Anderson were laid to rest in Lancaster cemetery permanent cure. J'rlco CO cents. Address the Dr. spectfully ask an inspection and invite competition. Prices paid the reKUlar fare Friday the Otb, inst., in the presence of a Bwanko Medicine Co., politely declined and riijuj, Ohlf 6ld by Jlcllcb-irt- s and goods guaranteed, News. laigo concourro of relatives and friends, BRIGHT & OURRAN. fer the accommodations he received. A Stogg Mr. Cleveland himself says on the subject. In his address are the following words: ''In the administration of the government I have pledged to do equal and exact justice to all men, and there should be no pretext for anxiety touching the protection of tho freedmen in their rights of security in the enJ3yment of their privileges under the Constitution and Its amendments. The discussion as to the fitness for the place accorded to them as American citizans is unprofitable, except as it suggests the necessity for improvement. The fact that they are citizsns entitles them to all the rights due that relation and charges them with all its duties and obligations and responsibill-it..- " The Arkansas Legislature will ballot for United States Senator, to Succeed Garland, March 17. William Henry Hurlburt, formerly editor of the New York World, ii to succeed Mr. Astor as Minister to Italy. Riddleberger is the John D. White of the Senate an ass who csn trace back to CommerBalaam without a cros?.-Lo- u. TAYLOR BROS. Our Hardware and Pocket Cutlery -- to-ni- ght buc-caw- ." Van-Mete- $3,-25- the-moe- THE LION WROUGHT IRON RANGE, Breck-enridg- cut-throat- s. y d. 1 W. 1 a TmY & WMt m PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS. n m J. poor-hous- civil-servi- BRIGHT & CURRAN, DEALERS Quarter-Master-Gener- al Groceries, Hardware, Queensware FARMING -- k IMPLEMENTS. ... c. Bal-ss- ra Furst and Bradley Sulky Plows, South Bend and Hamilton r Turning Plows. nd Mitchell and "Old Hickory" Our Carriage department will be full and complete with the best makes ol Carriages, Buggies, Surreys, Phaetons. Jayguar Wagons, Buckboards. We also liavo a Largo Lino of Walking- and Riding Cultivators. Solo Agents for Walter A. Wood ilar vesting Machines. at 3t pffico-holdera- Simi-wM- l) nimor$0ttrmtl Foil cow. Sale CHEAr. A number onn milk It qtitie of Joo. M. Philip;. Inducement!! 9R CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTt. Btudord, Xy March 10, 1885 Extra more, CARD. 13 49 .1 M Jusr In. Car load of shelled com. in lot of CO bushel or l. & Mall 11 lhixut ft Curran. X.' LOCAL TIME Month ........... cJouth ... train going Norths. ti it ... Kxprebilrain" i Norh.. n 2 i SO The above Itnt I 4 bout 1 A HEAUTirui.LY painted mirror, the work of Mra. George II. Bruce, is on exhibition LOCAL NOTICES. in the window of Bruce & Mcltiberts, and Buy jour achool books from Penny ft ii greatly admired. 'Connolueurs say it is more than well done. McAliater JLiANPHEin'fJ Garden 8ed, fresh and e Finn The residence of Sir. C. W. at Penny ft McAlister'a. Watoies and Jewelry repaired on short Adams, known as the Stodgill House, on notice and warranted by Penny & McAlla-te- r. the Danville pike, caught fire yesterday from a spark on the roof and was entirely A counxre Hock of Jewelry, lateet consumed, Most of the furniture, except etyle. Itockford watches a apecialty. Pen-n- y the parlor, was consumed. The lorn is & McAliattr. Foil couchi, dolds, &e , use Comp. Syrup fully $1 000, partly covered by insurance. of White Pine, In 25 and 60c bottle, d SrtAKlNO John J. Bright, candidate by Mcltobertt A Btagg. for the Legislature, will speak at White FxiiMEita, Keai) This. Go to Dr. M. L. Uotirne'a drus elore and et one package Oak Thursday night, 12ih; Crab Orchard, of Bam A.Clark's Hog Itemed y. If you Saturday evenlnir. Mtb: Bright' School are not ealfru'ed after uning it your money liouee, Thursday night, 10th; Huttonville, will be refunded. Saturday nlghl. 21; SIcKinner, Wednesday night, 25; Highland, Thursday evening, 20. PERSONAL gen-uinl'te-pare- calculated on standard time. 20 minutes faster Holar ANoniEii mow covered the ground Sun day morning, making about 27 this winter. r, m. a.m. Only two more and the number for the seaA.M. son will be completed. r. w. Mi Flohe.nce Lackey is visiting at Mr. Joseph MeClary'. Mim Counik Coorcn returned from Decatur, III., yesterday. Mwj Kate Kdelin, of Alum Springs, Is Tlsiting Sirs. Geo. II. Bruce. MiF3 Maooie H. Newlakd has re turned from a protracted vliit to Lancas. ter. Misa Lewa Boyeii, of Alabama, is with her sitter, Mrs. Johnson, at Sir. F. SI. Ansley's. .Mil u. A. X.ackey is preparing to more into the John Bright houte in the WeM The speaking in the evening to commence at 2 o'clock, the night 7:30. The first ecllpsa of the sun Tislble in the United States for some time will occur on .March 10. It will be an annular or ring eclipse, and, beginning on the Pacific coast at 7:15 A M , the centre "111 travel through the Northern part of the United Slatesi Canada, Hudson's By, and lose itself in the froxen wilds of Greenland. It will begin to be seen here about 11 A. M. and last till 2 r. M. Cmmr Court will begin its spring term J. II Hocker, returned home Saturday. Mrs It. S. C of four weeks next Slonday. The docket, we learn from Sir. J. P. Biiley, clerk, cm. SIcHonEHTS and his pretty braces .135 caect, divided as follows: 121 wife are being dined in elegant style dally old equity; 30 equity appearance; 23 by their numerous friend. and 38 ordinary appearances and Sin. and SIiw. Lee Yeacieii, of Boyle, 120 Commonwealth's cases. Of the latter, 2 Slack Holmes sold a pair of have been here on a visit to their daughter, are for murder, the rett are for minor mulea to Steve Owsley for $250. Mini Kits, and Sirs. I. SI. Bruce. ofJense. There are three other caes in Jesm C. Fox bought of George Holmes a Mrs IUiuuet SIepseck, of Danville, which indictments will likely be found for 6 year-olwork horse for $112 60. Same who hss been tlilting her daughter, SIri. murder. bought of Robert Land 12 fat cows and 3 Ead. Dn. 0. H. Melyin on the 7th, Inst., a boy. "Grover Cleveland." Col. John Buchanan and Sliss Annie, Sir. Ottenheimer and dnughter will compote a party to New Orleans about Apr. 1st. It Is thought by most farmer that of the wheat in this section is dead; in most instances the ground will be plowed and put in corn. Call on J. L. Slavln tho grocer. He sells 16 lbs. best N. O. sugar for $1. Choice N. O. molasses at GOcts per gal. With earn a in. oars oi "rne meal White" soap he gives a handsome silver plated teaspoon, Price 25cts per bar. Everything elee.in proportion. One of our staunch republicans, who was always fond of a "nipper" of "Apple Jack" took his last glass of his favorite beverage Wednesday morning, just before Cleveland took tho oath as President, remarking that was his last until a republican President was elected. Our prediction is that our friend will get "mighty all fired dry." Promptly at 12 o'clock M , last Wednesday onr old Cleveland and Hendricks flag was again unfurled to the breezs. The band was on hand and enlivened the occa sion with some good music to the tune of Dixie, Ac Appropriate speeches were delivered by Judge Hlggins and J. W. Al corn. "Long may she wave, over the home of the free and the land of the brave." John Bright, the whipping candidate, was mingling with the boys here last Friday. John says he can tell a man that is for the whipping-pos- t by his walk a hundred yards away; and remarked that wasn't all, he was finding a heap of them. J. H. Miller is in town to day (Slonday) shaking hands with the boys. Dr. J. D. Pettus haa gone on a visit to the boys in the West Had. We bespeak for him a kind reception, aa the Doctor is a very modest man, hut not too modest to make a Representative. Born to the wile of Joseph two-thirfirst-class three-year-old the same time we received a letter from a democrat of the strictest sect, ol Lancaswho was most sanguine in anter, ticipating unprecedented prosperity near at hand; an honest party had gotten into power, the money chest would be opened and Its contents would bo in profusa circulation. Knowing the scorched condition of the cotton and corn crops of the "Lone Star" and nothing particular to call money in that direction we again couldn't see the "point." Well, the eventful 1th has passed, the sun still rises in the East nnd sets in the West, not a star has left its pines except the big one George Eites saw come down. Several days have elapsed.no general starvation haa taken place, nor has the writer experienced much money yet. Ti-xa- 2 m . WAYNES3URQLINC0LNC0UNTY Being of the opinion . that we are, as a general thing, a reading claw of people and that many read the Interior Journal, it would be a great pleasure to ere our little village represented in its columns. -Henry Singleton is very low with consumption. Logan Rjynolds 'is convalescent Sirs. E. S. Gooch ia improving. Sunday School every Sunday morning. Brother E. B. Caldwell, Jr, Superintendent, is one of the most zealous workers in the school that we ever saw. Our select school will close about 27th inst. Sir. W. D. Eites was in town Saturday with a smile on his face which was pleasing to his many friends. He is an energetic man and is representing a grocery house in Lexington. Sir. Slarsh, from Indiana, has located here and seems to be well pleased with his new home. Rev. Sloberly, of Bardstown preached at Double Spring church Sunday to a largo congregation. A woman claiming to be a sister of Gen. Jackson called on, (he people fjr.someof ibis world's goods, to which they reeponed and sent her on her war re In your last Srsue we noticed an article stating that Captain James hubanlcs was the only veteran of the war of 1812 in the county. Mr. John McMullins is still living and is 9.5 yeirs old but he has not so many children as the Captain, but he can beat the world for grandchildren and greatgrandchildren. Ina Goocb, a four year old daughter of S. D Gooch fell in tbe'fire and was very bidly burned Saturday afternoon. SETT ADYLBT1SEME5T. Collars, Hames, Trace Chains IHillinery ! 1 and Back Bands, &c., a EstiLEMA.s returned yes. terday from a tiiit to her daughter, Sirs. J. Hundley, in Boyle, who hai been my ill, but is now in a fair way to rccorery. Col. W. G. Welch is bck from the inauguration. He says the President is no tatkrthd Bill .Miller, bnt has the devel-meof Sid .Myers and a neck and head as big as a lion's. -- Mm. Mary Hose and family, of Gwnsbure, Mm. Maggie Vanarsdall, of Harrodsbnrg, and Sir. and Sirs. Hugh Smith, of Lancaster, hare been Tlsiting Sirs. Moody Hardin. The great success of the inauguration ball is partly due to Judge Kincaid, of Kentucky. The Judge's new Florentine benjamin atlrscted even more attention, as he descended from bis carriage, than did Courier-Journal- . the new President. SIim Mamie Wminow, one of the prettiest and most fascinating of her rex, who has been the guest of Miss Sabra Pennington, returned to her home at Slid, way yesterday. It is to be hoped that her stay was as delightful to her as she made It to all who met her, especially the half, score of young gentlemen who seem to haTe been completely infatuated. la, Of coniuwption, on Saturday SIrr. Annie Owens, widow of Pearson Sillier, died at her mother's home near SIcKinrcy, aged about 30. She was a member of the Presbyterian church and passed to her reward strong in the faith. Two little boys survive her and with them and her other relatives and friends there is sincere sympathy. The remains were followed to Buffalo 8prings Cemetery by a long procession of friends and after a few appropriate remarks by Rev. J. E. Triplett were consigned to the tomb. Death. Some of our country patrons have a r. queer notion of the management of a TIIUKSDAY, MARCH 10, 1SS3, The other dav one of these honest Al the personal property, consisting of live stock, old sons of toil banded us an advertiseSleera, 40 head good yearling Etetrt, :9 0 good Milk Cows with youcgCalrea, 1 thorough, ment and asked us if it would cost anywell brtd yearling Hull, red, Seood work Mules,Mules, broke, 2 2 yarold mare Mulea, 3 yearling thing to put it in the paper. We named Marr, 2 yearling 2 brood Msref, cne the price and the old gentleman seemed Colts, 12 hesd of llocaj Corn, Hay, Farming Implements, Ilouseholdand Kitchen Furniture, Ac. dumbfounded, but he managed to say, "I Terms uade known on day of sale. 2.td thought it would help to fill up the places 8 Alt AIM BV1IASKH, Aimx. you leave blank eyery issue," referring to such "ads" as that of Bruce & SIcItoberts and T. U, Walton, in which so much space A. I. QENTUY AND V. wTgENTKY, Exriai Notice Is hereby given to whom It may conWe had to explain to him is unoccupied. cern that the petitioners, A. I. Gentry and V. W. MT. SALEM 'LINCOLN COUNTT. $150 per that these gentlemen each pay (lenity have thla day filed their petition in he Clerk's office of this Court, praying that fie year for a column and therefore have the Born to the wife ol Wm.Il. Miller, a Court empower the said V. W. Gentry to use, enpropright to leave their space entirely blank if local option boy, John Cleveland, weight joy, sell and convey for her own beneilt anyclaims erty aha may own or acquire, free from the they choose. It is all tho same to ua so 10 lbs. or debts of her husband; to make contracts, sue and be sued as a single woman, to trade In her own LOCAL MATTERS. long bj it is paid for. Eeq. Tom Benson, of Middleburg, in name and to dispose of her property by will or forms us that he has a heavy and impor- dted. ordered that this notlca te published in the I will hang paper for 10 cents a bolt on RELIGIOUS. It is tant docket for his next term on Slarch 28 Ikteiiok Jocrxal, a newspsper published In wall and 16c on ceiling. T. J. Ibsley. Stanford, Ky.. by two weekly Insertions before the Rev. It. It. Noel's meeting at Rowland Kev. Jaa. SI. Coleman's meeting at next ngular term of of the Lincoln Circuit Court. Court, Given Thce wishing spring suits will please had resulted in seven professions to yester- Sliddleburg is still going on with unabated March 3, under ray hand asJ.clerk or sld Clerk. P. BAILEY, 1S3. come in at once and avoid the rush. H. C. day. been 14 additions so interest. There have The Colored Baptist University at Rupley. far. . .. 200 students and prop-t- y Louisville has over .in Ed Lucua' house caught fire and burn- CHA8. H. BISHOP AND UATTIE 8. BI8UOP, Kememiier that Geo.D. Wearen sells the worth $20,000. There are 45,000 colEl parte. ed down on Thursday night. All its conLivingston or Good en coal, the best in the ored Baptists in Kentucky. Notice Is hertby gUen to whom it may concern tents were saved except a cooking stove that the petitioners, Charles II. Bishop and Hat-ti- e market. LoIter. J. SI. Bruce will preach at S. Bishop, his wile, hare this day filed their from which it caught fire. petition in the Clerk'a office of this Court, praying J. O. Pleasants bought George Field's gan's Creek church next Saturday and SunSirs. Hannah Short, consort of Jordan that the Court empower the said llattieb. Blshon to use, enjoy, sell and convey for her own benefit house and lot near the Dinville toll gate day afternoons at 2 30 o'clock. A full atShort, died of heart disease near Middle- any property she may own or acquire, free from tendance is especially requested al the Satfor $1,100. coor burg on the 4th init, and Sliss Ollie the claims anddebts of her a husband; to make trade be sued as single woman, to ntract, sue urday meeting. Jl'Doe Varnon's quarterly court was in Sweeney, aged 10, daughter of Slaj. G. W. In her own name and to dlspossof her property by A Mazarni Bible which it is assumed or deed, session yesterday and litigants crowded the Sweeney, died of typhoid fever on Carpen. will Is ordered that this notice be published in It was printed by Gutenberg about 1150 and the iNTxaioa Joch.nal, a newspaper published in room all day. ter's creek, last week. Stanford Ky., by two weekly losrrttons before the was the earliest printed book, was eold re- Sllsa Slollle Hays, of Jamestown, next regular term of Hie Lincoln Circuit Court. Kecfived today 5 cars of Jellco ool, ituily at auction in London to a dealer in Givenunder ray baud as a clerk of said court J. V. BAILEY, Clerk. guaranteed to be the hrt on the market. rare books for $19,500. But IS books of daughter of lion. J. E Hays, Slisi Cora FebruarylG, 188). Whlpp, of Liberty, and Sir. Ed Tanner, of Bright A Curran. Thoroughbred Rjtlle. Cows, this edition exist, of which half are in ITIOR SALE mill same place, on their return from the and Hull ('aHts. registered. John U. Htiitoiivllle, Ky. offers for rale 2 building public libraries in Europe. H.J. Darst bridal tour, spent Friday night at lots, CGil32 feet, between Stanford nnd II. 11. SIcAninch's at Sliddleburg. Sir. LAND. STOCK AND CROP JUDGMENT SALE Rowland, well located and accessible. Joseph Stone was also thero. SIIss Louie PoIn due time I will have beet Seed Humphrey is preparing to visit at Sit. W'r. think we have been wnitlng long tatoes, Onion Sets, &c. Olive. enough for all our customers to settle up H. C. Bright sold to Slaj. Cox a ACCharlie Simpson met with a sad beand now we insist on them coming nnd setLINCOLN CIKCUIT COUItT. gelding for SloO. reavement in the loss of his noted Scotch DAVIS, MALLOKY A CO. tling, as we need the money badly. J. W Ed. Carter bought of Sir. Lmd S head ) vs. In Lqulty. terrier, Dash, lately, at the advanced age of ) Htyden. fcO'Mb. cattle at 1J cents. V SI. HOWAKD. AC. universally beloved Dash waB By Tlrtneofanorder of the Lincoln Circuit Ct. John Bright sold to Eld. Jos. Ballou 14 years. The loafers have had plenty of nmuie-men- t nnd but few of the canine species has In tho above cause, the undersigned Itecelrer will 15 hand mules for on SATURDAY OK EACU WLUK, for the last few days, A shooting gal- a pair of spent so long, useful and eventful a life. $100 Beginning Saturday, Feb. 7th, lery with a ring pitching attachment has Dr. J. B. Owsley sold to Gus & W. SI. Same 10 or 12 years ago wo cave some of And ending Saturday, Slarcb 29, 1835, commencbeen in full blast and two Italians with a accomplishments in the Jocu ing at 10 o'clock a, xt. promptly each day. sell at his various SlcCormick a yoke of oxen, weighing couple of performing Learn have favored for CASH, jTAi. He marketed for the family, carried publicnauction to tho highest bidderstock of lbs. at $1.00. only, large, fresh and well selected them with a cull. mall matter to and from the poatoffice, con. There ire 5,000,000 colonies of bees 1 Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots It is said thtt SI. D.twcon Hughes, of the in tho United Staled which annually yield veyed notes to neighbors, brought in shavand Shoes, Hats, Notions, &c, Lancaster Xcus, claims the honor of first 120,000,000 pounds of honey. ings and stove wood, attended his master At the brick of W. SI. Howard in Crab fish Orchard, Ky. A splendid opportunity is o tit red suggesting Sir. Cleveland for tho Presiden Six niulor', from 3 to 5 years old, 15 to on fishing excursions and when a big every one to purchase goods nt nominal prices. will also bo kept open each day cy. Well Sir, Hughes should not take it so 1G hands, well broke and 0 or S springer would pull a pole into the water Dash The weekly haHrday mictions and goods much to heart. Perhnpn if he will -- all on cows for talc. J. F. & B. G. Gover. would swim in and land pole and fhh safe- between tho eold to purchasers for tAbll atthelr actual wnole cost without carriage. Sir. Cleveland in person as did the editor In the great pork packing centres of ly. He also undeietood military tactics sale II'. . lrKLCir, Receiver. mentioned In tho articlo in the second col the West this season 0,210,000 hogs have and at words of command went through N. n All nt nous indebted bv account to W. St. Ho ward will savo costs byltettllng at onco with umn of our lirst pice, ho trill forgive him been packed ugainet 5,402,001 last season. tho manual of arme. It would take too W. O. Hansford at the in Crab Orch w. n. w. ard. of his qualifications. and not force an otlice on him on that acK. G. Bright, formerly of this county, much space to tell all count. Sonn nfter tho Presidential election but cow a large dealer in Xormon hones Wk nro again able to assert that the at Bloomington, III., sold eight head last the writer visited a part ol Caeey county where tho people were inteneely republican creamery ia a fixed fact. For a while it woek for $72,000 to tne man. Tho colcbrated stallion, Siambrlno in party sentiment. Slost all wero croaking looked as if the Lebtnon people would cafjree tic project to the wnll, but it ia all Patchen, tho property of Dr. Herr, died nbout the hard times and predicting dire IS only a part of beauty; effects of a rupture of a lamities on tho advent of the democratic arranged now and the foundation of the Friday from the would be reduced, building Is already under way. Sir. J. SI. blood veesel. He was foaled in 1802 by party to power. The tariff but it is a part. Every lady manufactories stopped, wages topple down, Brent met tho stockholders yesterday nnd a Slambrino Chief out of Lidy Thsrno. what ; and may have it at least, Tho Bowling Green 2tmci reports workmen thrown out of employment compromlao was reached which n majority Magnolia As the great looks like it. enane. of tho stockholders ngrecd to, Ho agrees Biles of 7 mules, 15 hands, at $125; 3 genoral starvation freshens and people are the consumers and Calm both to have it in operation by April 1st or head 10 hands at $100; 21 cotton mulea maBj of tho see the "pint1 beautifies. shortly thereafter and then we will tench at $100; 200 sheep at ; $1.25 ; 37 head! of pay tho tariff we could not 0 cents' and 70 hogiTat 3 how a few big ones coming down would fw the Lebanon company a few thioga that 1,5001b cattle at v' impovlsh tboae who foot tho bill. About cents. they havn't thought of. news-pape1 mi m ' steers, to be delivered for 4 cent per lb. Reub. Harris and a gentleman by the name of Cox, of Atlanta, Ga., wero here Friday buying horses for the Southern market; they looked at several but only bought two, a nice little combined horse of J. T. Chadwick for S135, and a 3 year-ol- d horse of Charles Jones for $100. Good horses are scarce in this neighborhood and command good prices. The school entertainment at the College Wednesday night was splendid, and greatly enjoyed by the large audience that filled the spacious hall to overflowing, (But Sirs. Tarrant never makes a failure of entertainments.) The programme was a long and varied one consisting of recitadiations, compositions, declamations, logues, music, Ac. Also some splendid music by the C. O Orchestra. We intended to give a full synopsis of the entertainment but failed to secure a catalogue. As our notes vrere imperfect from not being able to hear all the announcements wc desist as we might omit some deserving of mention. 1 1 bare rreelvexl and am dallr adding to my stock u m me me-- i ami t,ine oi .MiiiiD-r- T the ladiei to liioit trllih c oJ, wblcli Iln-lt- e call and examine at uiy itore on Lancaster street, confident that I can give entire atiitaciion. A Department la attached and rreitded orer Ljr competent ltillet. opj-na-- 3.1m etinford.Kr- - FIRE NSUILOrCE. TZISrO- - HUE. STANFORD, KY., PHILIPS, 3 ComRepresent! the Beit and tnoit rrompt-Paylr- u panies and bis rates are very low. Otve him a call. Administratrix Sale I will offr at public sale to the highest bidder at the lite residence ot B. F. Eubaoks, dee'd, four miles from Stanford on the Ituih Branch pike, on Cheap at tr&!r- Lincoln Circuit Court. T. R. Walton's G Corner Main Lincoln Circuit Court. and Somerset Streets. mi Dry Goods, Clothing, - ld ").,., 3,-3- SJ store-roo- store-roo- store-bou- ot A Clear Skin t ar j . i ,t 1- - ) i hMJ ,.,t. . "'' t H" Y DEAD-LETTE- Ono nt Amtrlrn' Imiuoitiils. "Miulo Hath Uliarmv" (Harper's llazar.l . . MA J. ste, r. . KittNEY Look, Read and THAT Remember JJZ. R SALES. tmi tho ITie Article Slticl' mid Ncre'rSent Through Cftllccl for. MulU Tlmej-Star- Jr. I hit in , tAB hlmitlf in the Bute to li Cindldite themcreed of tu Democracy. Ben' arllon niljtctto W. F. McCIiAItY fimdUste for MprMentitlri of Lincoln It asubject to the sctlon ol the democracy ty, coun- iPJMZs ZXHITtf liillllon band with a choice lino of Cakrfand Hread, fresh at all times. Alto a Iresh lino or TatTyiot all kluJi. X am alto prepared to do bailnc for cuttomert. All orders for lclnj and ornamenting fxaeuted at abort notice. J. T. HARRIS J. T. llf(lOOBvrLl!rrU5rfyiLLERrlig rfti''.iiiiujji"ji rrrw 'VAXiastesJnmsp TliV OUMAT JIAKM8, ndvertUed. nnJ unially tlrawj a pretty largo attoadance. N6boly Is permitted to examine tha contents oi tho package being sold. Tbo printed catalogue tells briefly tho contents of oach, but rot with sulllclont detail to give much idea Of what thoy really contain. And the catalogue is not consulted by nil the blddori Sj tho buying of these packages, nunibrinj-- tbousindi as thoy do, is much liko a JijtUjry venture Indeed, it is largely because of this that the salo nttricta so largo n number Of people, Tbo auction-roonwliero It h conducts! aro usually crowdo.l, and tfi j sale U very interesting aud sometimes amusing. Tin class of nritcbi making up thesj mjs torious packie U so varieJ and so cjinblnsl as tj causa fbouts of laughter whero thoy aro opjii?il. As a rule, buyors do not open tho packagm at tho auction room, for they know that they run a risk of making them oIvcj laughing stock. Thoro aro usually enough who run this risk, howovor, to keep the crowd in a roar, nud show tho funny that aro m.ido of the mails. One pu .chaser at tho sale just closed got in one of the packages which he bought a blnek wool hat, an old life, and a pair of old red drawer'. His amusement and chagrin wero no greater, howovor, than that of man who found the contents of his package to bo a lot of damaged and soiled undercloi:iiii forthegentlor mix, four lady's linen collars, and a small feather for a lady's hat. Still another lot turned out on examination to be a chili's two spools bib, a pair of cheap finger-ring- :, of thread nn 1 n rubber Ulajie-- . Auothcrgot toas his prizj seventeen paptfr. of line-cu- t bacco, a butUu-hooand a pair of socks. Uuo package which excite 1 roars of laughter from overyb y but the pur 'lm-e- r contained somo cheap jewelry, n buttei knife, a sugar-spooeleven old toothbruths. and a buttonhook. Still auortier had two pairs of chil dren's shos?, two handkerchiefs, a worn apron, and four old nightcaps. Ono purchaser was made happy by finding in Jus very lioavy package Gasksll's Compendium and an old Jelly glass. One individual, presumably a government clerk, got in hi jrcclcago n book entitled, ''Why "'o Are Democrats, " another bought a handsomely bound Ulble, and another a copy of "lloyb's Games." Thera wero largo number of conutv. largo numbers of "harmonicas," and liundredj of packages containing both men's and women's underwear and overwear ltnll stages of cloanlinsss and otherwise, ntidull conditions ai to.wearand wearing possTbilitie?. Falso teeth, woni rubber shoei, a pund of tea, bottles of a circular tooth waih, t'lectri bnttorio, suits of clothing, several watchei, aud quantities of jow-elr- y wero among the curious articles I to tin mail). Tha poiUill.-iloparb-menaccompanies the catalogue of articles with a brief suggestion to tha public that if tho33S3iidiug packagas would se that they nri w(ll wrappad, carefully addressed, and bearing on tho corner tin nann and uJJross of tho ha.UM, tha lo)i would not ba what thy ore now, for If they wen uncallo 1 for and undelivered t'jey would bo rotumed to tho sonders. is ii luil-crous- ly Washington Cor. Cincinnati Tlio paclc.iRA which fire examined at tho doad-lottolllco aro mado up again, somo-limtbo coutanU oJ two or tliroo put in one, tomotima? bundled together again as they wore rocoivo 1, wrapped in brown papor, and nt to Bonn auctioneer to be raid. Tin sale . JOUN X BUIGHT I,sCinJldtfor ttepwenUtije of Lincoln couc of the Democracy. ty, lubjwt to the sctlon OPERA HOUSE, BTANKOrtD. ThCbugh Trunk Line KY. J OHM II. MILIiEK of tho democracy. v. ' W. P. WALTON, - - Propriotor BlxaofStage.OxSO. Elaht comnlete aeti of Seen. ery Beating capacity, Including galUry, 600. Heasonaule ratet to good attraction!. Addreet Lincoln counIt k caodldslo 'or reoreietitstlTo of to tho action ty la the nixt LeijliUture, subject JOH.V O. WHITTIKn. us good-nature- d k, Tho distinctively American jxx:t and moral-fe- t, John O. "Wliittier, lives a Imchelor in a modest little framo houso op the main street of Amcsbury, tho carriage making town of Ho is now nearly 78. but Massachusetts. bears Ms years well, though tho generation among whom ho lias dono tho work that will immortalize him havo gono before him. Of Qunkcr nncestry, his whole lifo has leen ono with a simple, straightforward purjose that of tho moral clovntion of mankind. A native of Massachusetts, and with tho usual district school education, Mr. Whlttler, nt tho ago of 80, went to Itoston, whero ho soon bacamo editor of Tho American Manufacturer. Returning to his nntivo place, Haverhill, ho represented it in tho stato legislature during 1835-'twhen ho became a prominent Abolitionist and was npjwiated iocrctary of tho y society. In 1833-'- 9 American ho edited Tho Pennsylvania Freeman, a paper devoted to tho causo of abolition; but the olllco was buniod by a Juob, nnd Mr. AVhlttier ruturned to Massachusetts, whero ho fought with his pen, in lioth proso and ixjetrj't for As a poet his "Snow-bound,- " human freedom. published in 1&J5, was tho flnt jwem containing that beautiful sentiment which is a characteristic of his best work. Though ho has written much that ischanuing, Ids "Maud Muller" and "School Days" will probably be best remembered. ), Anti-Slnvor- -- n, 'The aocxt, Gray I'oet." rj- f D. PETTBS I 1 i ii Mr. Rufus Snowbird (just in from the a a f?anahTato to prent Lincoln county In the country): "My stars! I didn't know I wux nextOeneral AtMinbly, auhject to the action ot gettin' so hal oh hearin'. 'Pears llko I doau the Democracy. ketch a note ob dat ban' orgaii." HON. A. O. TAI.MOTT Ifow Governor of Territories Aro Appointed. Is a Candldata forScbator in the Dlatrlct comroa-c- d of Boyle, Lincoln, Cacy and Oarrard, ul.Ject inm Nj-otthe Democratic patty. LIUon Washington has thUgKullarii, tliat Uio to tbo action In Augmt. Qrst Monday man who has once listened to her siren song nnd warmed his frozen heart in her smiles in nine cases out of ten becomes her slave. Ho JUDGE TklOS. W. VAItNON is from that momunt a victim to tho olllco term IiacardlJateto till out the unexpired Judge orf habit, nnd as tho myt who has once bucked Judge K. W. llrawn, dee'd, Cojiotr Lincoln, .ubjfct to the action of Hie Democracy. the tiger and wou, seeks tho nicuagerio ogalu and again, even though ho return torn, lacer- K.'cctlon Augmt, 18SJ. ated and busted, so does tho threadbare and shabby genteel p diticinu who lias onx lived oasily in Washington for a tims linger nlwut ! tho beautiful flatno that he may scorch his witifrs once again. Thero aro a good many of flihermon and Thin notlco forewarns theto siccliiicn.. Somo of theui have shirts, trampa not to treipau on hnnters, our landi without havo nothing but a fading hnjte. Many liable to be procecuted others ai all t.ich rets are of them havo wnitotl for yours, iskingn big tothofullxtentofhilaw. Stantord, Ky Maich 17th. IMt. ISlRncd.l foreign mission nt first, but tit last lower (luaAW.M.McOormacV, ing their est imato till thoy or willing Jo D. McKlttrlck. A. W. Carpenter, II. T. Huab. u. r.tmon, do almost anything so that they may draw n F. Kel.l, 1t1 Hubtile, sum, no matter how small, from tho mighty IL (Vltill. K. D. llhodea, Kelly, HlMln. treasury which you and I, gentle render, labor 11.U.AJ. K.lfiorer, w. u. MCtormica, to sustain. Year after year tho mighty army U.L. Carter J. W. Wrniberiord, increases. The president and hetuls of dopart-ment- s T. J. Hill. Wm. Burton, C Vanoy, Itocomo nt lost desperate. A wild-eyeJ. t. MUTIlhT, J. A. llarrl. crank haunts them with hi hungry npiwnls, V. W. Carter, Hill, J. M. McAlUttr, J, It. till tho suspictou arise that in a few more Kd. Carter, D. Jonea, J. q Montgomery days he will blossom forth as an assassin U T.J. Fotrr. J. White, ho doesn't get an apjiointment, aud so the T. M. Marcum, . A. Benedict, U.K. W. E. Amon young territory has to suffer. Tho president Kuwell, .T. U J. Darat. looks on the map to see which territory Is Uie A. D. Newland, A 0 Kcwlind. B. W.OlTcni. farthest away, and from which point tho tTM Jas. H. I'fowltt. would havo the inoit difficulty to reand then he makes tho appointment! turn, - I!. J. C3r. .. -- BXrBMXNTS- "Waters fc I. II. ISnlclwiii r...... l'ott-otnc- o, o., LouliTllle, Kt., Cincinnati, O., and Indlanapollt, Ind., dealera In Utelnway A 8ont', Decker Hrpa.'A llalmt', J A C. Fltcher, Vote A tiont', Baldwin .- - ,. lli..Uhl antt K.mar Pttnn Forla; altothe Ettey, dhonlnger and Hamilton Organa. Wllhout Change and willi Speed Unrivaled SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE rROU LOl'tSVILLK TO TDK i Instrumeniatuiu ai pneraau i wmn you get our Don't glre your ordort till Dant llle, Ky. prlcet aud termi. SOUTH & WEST PULLMAN CARS Little Itock, Atonlromirj. Atlanta, SaTannah, JacltonTllIt, Motile, and Niw Orliani. In Palace Cart Without Change. iVX? .K. 'SUA nitboutchani, Mnsonlioimor's Restaurant OrrostTK Cot'aT-llousK BEST ROUTE TOTlTORIDA SHORT LINE TO THE EAST Vroat L ulnllle a palace Cart POSTED DANVILLE. - - - KENTUCKY, a. Oame alwayt on r In lta aeaton, oyateri fretb Bth, and dellcaclet ter red hi all atylet and tn tbort notlie. Look out fjrtbeilgn "Woodbine Kfttaii. rani" and call when you are hungry. band an Moaltaronrtodat all hou I Urn-lia- n, r. W. JIASOMUKMEIl fy Dinrille, Ky. MTANFUKD. LIlllUilAri I O line ol tint road will receive apeclal low ratea. See Aganti ol tblt C'mpnjr for ralet, routet write c. P. AlMOHf, G. P. k T. A, t'l LouleTllle, Ky. E Stanford Female College. KY. With a Full Corps of Teachers, Thlt tnttltutlon will open Itt Fifteenth Seotlon on the Itt Monilty In September ntt. ALL THE BRANCHEa OF A IT. Koulo East Kentucky's Washington, PhiladolphiaN.Y. Tbo only Una running THOHOUGHENGLISHCOURSE Art t uigbl, MD8IO. aa wall aa PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING OARS .. A Sidewalk Urntria. (liarper'rf Daxar. Stallions for 1885. THE riANOUAQEB, DBAW. INQ AND PAINTINO. A SOLIDTBAIN raoM - LoillHVlllc.ChlClUHHtl TERMS MODERATE. til; In Tuition, prlcet range from 128 to SM In th regular DepartmeuU. lrluarr, lii; IntermedlaU Picparjtoiy, HO, and fulleglate, ISC. For full particular!, at to Board. Acadlrrtt H. '. TJtt i:iIKAT. lTUicll.nl, . tanterd, Lincoln Co., ' liiKleu. Hy., HUll ,tX WASHINGTON CXTY. ConnKtlcg In time depot with rati tralm lot JXTo-sr- er Slreof Emma Manler.nab Tate, Florentine, Diubl Ac, Ac, will mako the aeuon of 1M at my atablca ST, JYIARTIBT, ... 1 111. "SToirls., ville. Nor nearSUntord.Ky., MYERS HOTEL, The Direct Route toLynchburt:, Dan AU your mm-- '4li AT TWENTY DOLLAKN. lnnln . ..( .Jja .. .11 ion. Doubt. wuoqioI the oftiuti .. Phaftoti. i .i .a.- to o t one-ten- th WALT. VIIITHAN. Naming tho It'itiy. tPucir.1 of tiio whole educational establishment, and ho may bo Sidney Fltzberbert Marmaduke, right up tn tbo handle, but he will go through his boyhood as "Carrots," or. "Red-top,- " or "Strawberry Pete," and tis will lentiments. In lSil.ho went down to the havo to sHtle down to liking it, too, Ethel-rid3eld and spent four yoftM as a Unpaid army nurse, unselfishly and uncari ngly . tending the seeds of tho disease which crippled An Anecdote of (fen. Kllpatrlck. him and made him old before his time. Ho ISenr'Tork Tribune The late Gen.'STudson Kilpatrick usedto (iad under Ids enro 100,000 soldiers, and is relate this siory at nls own expenso: Soon prouder of this of his works than of any of uftor the announcement In the newspapers his volumes. Ills home in recent years has thut hii had boon appointed minister to been n modest onolri .Camden, N. J., whero Chili, Gen. Kilpatrick was met by an o'd ho lives almost a recluso. lady who had known him .from childhood,, Author of .Sunday School l'oetrr. and to wlioss bucolic. mind the gallant Ist-'way'ofrblatljig &om- - things had iouu'tiiii'v. seemed like exaggerot.on. "Wall, Jud," hhe faiJ, "I hear you hava Ixen called to t.io ministry. Oled to hoar it. You'll mako a real good preacher; but (solemnly), Jud, you inuit stop y sur lying.'' a. hard-workegen-rral'o that dear little auburn heaJ goti high enough from the grounl to go to school and , bo punched by its that name tmottion will be Fettled by a unanimous vote fellow-boy- "What Miall you name tho baby, Ktlielridn! Ah, (hat's what's troubling you, is it doarl You don't know WLe.her to call him Jabca after his rich old uik or whether to dower him with Komothing e Clarence or Eus tace or Konald line uJi Well, now, dear child, don't fret about li. You may sit down with a catalogue of tho Olankslde libra rj'i a"J pick out the most lady-lik- e name r oyer reveled in, but it that tha Won't help him but much, for just a soon as novel-reade- "Walt. "Whitman, who has becomo famous as a poet possessing an eccentricity in verbal expression, was born In 18t'J, on tho wosteru rxlgo of Long Island, within hound of the sea. Ho was educated in tho schools and afterwards worked in printing ollices, occasionally acting as a newtpupor editor and contributing to tha mngoziiitv. In an old number of tho Whig monthly, Tho Review, will ' bo found & ston- - signed "Walter Whit man." Jn l&tf-'- S ho started on a. long jaunt Dvcr tbo middle and southern states, up tho Mississippi to tho great lakes nnd Canada. In 1855 ho abandoned a successful business in New York to mako "epics fit for tho new world." "Leaves of Gross," first printed twenty-seve- n years ago, was partly set up with his own hands, ills aim was to givo Expression to nature as wo actually find it in Iho American laborer, boatman, mechanic. If the great painters, ho reasoned, were as willing to paint a blacksmith as a lord, why ihould tho poets conflno themselves to pretty "Reginatd Walton, go your way. Anast asia nud I have plighted our vows, and wi ore to married in 20 years." "Baffled again, and by him!" niuttenx Walton, standing ai one transflxed, nnd with a look of hato upon his brow, on Mr. Held. (Albany JournaLI The editor of Tho Now York Tribune, Mr Whltelaw Reld, i$ on ornato individuality Ii th parl6rs of Murray Hill. Ho I striking it A Juke tami Ofrr cyod r.w nt Ilia rAlta nn III at ih frftnt bst 2.yer owi of the . . . . at L.n.l. hlih. anlMtl. " nrej norse. iiaauing didly pfotrtlonol, kind aa a l.mb and ejimblnea AMD tbebvit bloidofEuglandand America. Hy Imp. Determined that Proprietor 1'haeton, Qrst dam Tokay by Imp. Yiiilr;aec-on- d dam illii Martin, by CiarrUon'a ZlPgtnee, . Dt ...i.... .I.I..I .i..m f..hrlMa l.v hlr . It Shall bs Second to no Country Hotel In the Stato In Iti Fare, Areby; fi.urlb dam Calypao.by rWalr, firth dam Derll. ilxtb (dam of Contcntlnn) by Imp. Appointmenti, or Attendam ricadllla, br dauiPymo' Wlldali; aerenth .olol-phltion to Comfort of lUtl A Macklln'a Feranaujhf. eighth dam their Quests. ninth dam by Imp tloblnob. tenth dam by Imp. Jolly Kaoser; eUTenlbdamby Imr. alUnl; tweltlbdam by Tryall. Thu$ It la aen that hli aad from the da contejtd 1Io.k1 lsenrlrhe.1 from theaama lountaln that waa llatKaae nltibe free of charge Kperlal arremmolatloBt Lexington the gnat race rmrae) and artairit 01 to Commercial Trarelera. The llarnlll ilrea, and It encoe, Yorkjhlr and Phaeton alnayt mppllrit nlth the rholct the turl hUtorlea. I bate put lila Hraadtof LUaort and Claara, at the low figure to oblige my filenda and nelghtwiiand tojuitlff brfeiUraat a dleUnce In endlug to him, and wald take a fw good mirea Ta4e itfaefc. Mt'ItltAT'M HI'KCIFir, I "t-- alao aUud at the iiine place on the aharee roy combined bone, The (treat Engllmh Hemttly, Ood - ... ...u STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr ... - --- This Old and Woll Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Roputation, it for tlckela and lurtber loforu.titwi, i n.--t ticket office, or akldt-e- a W. r.. AIIKOI.II, AJttrllilnt; A(t , Tlrkxt and 1m. Art VfJ.-I'ourlli Ar.t LuuUtIIIo, Kf o. w.NHirii, 11. w. rirLi.KU, Otn'l Uabaer. yn'l P.m' H. W. J. IU111, HlrJimnml. Virginia and North Carolina Points. ly Vlralnia Iti LRJ iilue-UrHNN Ire 11011(0' o; Shortest and Quickest Route from Oeo tral KentucKj to til Toints North, List, West and Soutbwost. Fatt Line Between faEXIXGTO.V at: CI.SC'l.V.N 411 ffhMille In Kfl'ect Oct. l. Utl r- l appearance, and wears a swallow-taile- d coo! with ease. Ho has achieved fanio nnd wealth And my Korman bone, and in marrying the daughter of Millionain Mills ha gained additional lidlty of pedestal He is president oj tho Lotus club, an invitet guest at the Astor and Vanderbilt ruceptious nnd in many ways nu ornamental frontispioct $12 30 TO I.VSL'Hi:. to thing. Tako all (hat into account. Thet Graat and Iwd rurnltlied at rratonab'e ra'e', bu Imagiuo a blithesome, giggling girl ,atn swel no reaponalblllty fur accldrnti ihould any occur. ball, on seeing him jxyicUlug on a dance card Ctrl alto hare for aale edging archly up to him nnd saying over st tborovehbred Calret. IT jearlltig Mulct and 1C sweetly: "Ah, Mr. Reld, are you taking nota m. it. nAt:i3it3iAX. 4ll-t- r cunford, Ky. for n reixirt m Tlio Trlbunor JOE AtD,liiXiA.H, PHIL SHERIDAN, ??? srew rw?p S; It a notltlTeciire tor Weak Memo-t- j. Low of llraln I'gwer, Nertout Kxhautllon, riemlnal Weakceat, Impotency, and General 1am of 0r iKiii isrila 8&' CH S-- 2 crl i 1 1 theexcewaot mature-- yrart, tuch at UnlTenal LaMltuJt.raln In the back, Dlmneat or Vliloo, 1'rema-tureO- . n,i .11 diiruM thlt follow rJitort Uking. quenca ot youtnrui impruuenca ld 1'owrrol the (aoeratlTe Orjtot; is a te- 01 OftarktlH FHHHH2 I I I I niM,"l"S e.-- IlL il ! M I -y ..sv, TrJMrk. I j BbJEB bbbebI ACRAIill '? 5' i JU A ICed Nose. (Journal AnniMtit . M In all canot rVmala Weakneu tha bpeclflc acu like a charm, reatorlof loat or fadlM or. tttlne to tho ere a orniiini and inarkllni beauty, to th cheek ma roty wooom oi neaiva. Attar taking. .Murray'aiJreclncU told by all DruttUta at II per package, or air pukagea for SJ. Aim by mall, pottage frae, on receipt or price. arV'ull putlculart In pamphltt. which will be milled free to tTtry applicant. AdJreti all communication to tho aol manufac turera. Aus.andmioy otter that lead to lotanlty or du-taa- mm Wia.i BBBB SB : ! ! I - 21 ("Of PI tj B B 0 B ! I -- !!! VtHH M owiJti-- BBBBB U i In Stanford by Penny A McAlltter and all Drugxlila ererrwhera. Aamra TxTxa A Co., Wboletate Attn ta. LouliTllle Ky. (200-ly- rj JIUItlt.l Y JtEtHVIXK VO.. KantuClty, 3BSSBB 5 -- 1 t aa.ss SootiS O "STJ BBBB BBBSB ? ,? Mo-Bo- ld 313 "tt te o Aro yon falling, try Wells' IlRtLTn He nholesonio 1 & MISSISSIPPI Ii. W. The Direct Itoute to iM P Wanted, Some " Oi.lihU." York Tribune J A veil known collector of orchids not far from t li dry recently receivod tin follow-in- g lettor from a weitern granger: "i Hera you havo a Lot of Orchils. Flees send mo n price List of yure Ihit Orchil?, i Want aboic .i hundred" goo troj inanely Spitt an I Itergs mid Northern SpLs. Al-- o du yu pay Tho frata on, tha Orchid you wild. I doj Not pay enuy frate, us I am a Nantl moiion Tolist Anser at wouce." (N'evjr 1 Vor Drain, Nerre. Stomach. Urer. Kl.lnoji, N m I.utif An vnequalcdJnviKurant. t'uiv tT,oisrioJ DTSPEPSIA, Forcr, Headache, Akuo, Chills, Willi ni.1 LT rfm 1 MOMtlM j i ! It S H St. Louis & tho West Nortbwett and Southwest by the way of lj !!! WI 2 BB 0"J B B 1 1 1 uYti I 'A 5 ' I Nlco to take, trite merit, unequnled for I TORPID., LIVER, .find1 Night B WCTriCTaviKaigtfHfrpaiinfj jay ifiTTn W.00. ftt Dniffgbits, 8l) per Ct't, 0 for City, N. J., U. B. iCJR K. 8. Vitus, Jersey 'bbbbbb i : j DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. 1 TaUIng n Thumb Oath. lHartr's Hazar. In tho council chamber of nn old German town, fammis for rare and nia!nt memorial of the ery long ago, is preserved with care a very slugular bit of gold wnlthery. It U 'the Burgered crystal," nn enamolod rello box, with a rock crystal upon tho top, and upon this tho burghers of Lune-burplaajd a thumb when required to take won-drog iflsir MAY nwpnts, Nervous bciual Dvcilio. H Woaknoss,! LlfAlarln. Lcauncis, I dlrKt lonnecilon at thaw oliiti with the l.lflit-nin- e Expret on tbe Ohio A Mltilttlppl for St iuli and all polnti Witt. 1 I.OMS VILLK or CIXOIXXATI. 11 rn..nir. LeaTltig Chattanooga lor 1 raiLlS lirHle aid Cincinnati make A Lou-A- ll IPBBBBBlSalrjg 'wwMit! ilVW.jj .Sfl-OTJ- I -W I j I j i l IULKV 8MITH. an oath. A JCIUcago Herald Fatal AntlCote. j To counteract tho effect of a fatal dose of poison accidentally administered to a man near Bcatty villo, and thero being no emetic remedy on baud, his wife thought the nicotine found In ft . plpeateiu would answer the purpose. Sbo slit opjn an old stem, fcernjwd out th$ Inside and gave it to the patient, who died in ton minutes. Novel Itallwr. A Newark, N, J iriJjij.ha conceived the startling idea pt building an inverted railway. He propS5e IhaJ ths car wheels should be stottisiiary" and operatad by stationary eniblM, wfcUd patsengers and freight would li&portod in long troughs, with a keel fesrtafcritjfin tho wheels in a permanent shed extending tho whole length vt tha line. i A) '; Verj few ixiaders of ncwspnjwr jwetry will recognlzo this namo, aud yet for twenty years Iist Mrs. Smith has been an almost continuous contributor of poetry to the press. Her poems nro almost always of n devotional charactcr,and many w ill bo found iti tho hymn books of tho Union srhoolg throughout tho country. Her later poems ore publifhcd in Mrs. Smith is n Tho CongregatioimlLst. ho would jerhaps Httlo lady sunny-face- d acknowledge forty yean. Of lato years she has lived in Now York city, though a jiart of her lifo was passed in the west, her husband having formerly been engaged in business in Wyoming Territory. Sho bos traveled and is as likely to bo heard from In Ban Francisco or Paris, or St. Petersburg, as the homo of her adoption. Sho is Invariably accompanied in her journoys by her only child, now a lad somo ten yoqrs old. Sho was in Brighton, near She trnmember of Sorosis, Rochaitcr, X.Y, well nnd socially as as otherwise is a lady of rare accomplishments. Why, monsieur! why do you wear thai ridiculousma.sk? l(i, Oh, I am president of a tern) aruxo Bocllty nnd this weather being so ten rtvy rold, I tt obllgeil to wear tills so as hot ) Injure bj mv oDuearanco thj ciu I How to Vry n Ueefstenk. ll'uek.J, So you want as to sond you full lirectloni how to fry a Ijoofstoak, do you, Maria: Well. Vou have come to tho f Iclit shoil. Whet you wnit to fry n bcofsteak. Marin, send yo'.'.r bf'vant out to buy a .stout jojw aild at iron staple. Drive the. Iron staple Into th e abvo tho door. Fasten the row to it. ll'.ch stand up on a chair and tie thf rope, securely around ypur. eck. Tlien kicl the chair away. Oh. that ivould bo lianging yourself, would it Wll, Maria, you pughi to do just that when you want to fry steak. door-fram- going Weat. In 0n'T lroul LouliTllle or Incln-1natl to St. Louu, being two bourt lulcker than any other line. Hiring our pattongrri time for mrali and flr.t choice of tejti in trilm f TTMin HOUlS 3E3B' TV BBii H U II I! i I (men I o,3ia,u'o,WTj,u "90 H H n I . r.i 12 Hours Quicker joliii by way r Chicago. ToOiiaba and than by any BBBBBBloB BBBB.BBt3EB I MAYJSVII.I.E 1IKANUH. NOaTIt'llOUMD. f i ucys uml Hlmlder, Btono or Orarcl DU-- j eases of tbo Proatato Uland, Dropsical Swelllnirs, Fcnmto Dbcoscti, Inconthi-cqcq of Urfno, all Discuses ot tha (Jcnllo-- . Urinary Organs In cither aer. For Upi healthy or Unnatural Dlnobarirca um aiso. xnapm'g inject ton lour," cacu 5 1. Kufr fill'IIILlS, either contracted or herodltary taint, uw Cbapla'a Constitu tlon Hitter Hyrunl 81,00 jmt hottlo, ntul 's Ohnpln?i Httihnitlo IHUa. (2.00; oncl Brolillllla HaItr. 81.00. 0 botUea 1 Halro, by Express on Bynip. 3 of Pills, 1 Cha-nbi- Buchu-Palb- a Hemnrknltlc Cures nf Catarrh of the DUdiler, Inflammation, Jrrltatlonof Kid- - O. &, M. Alwayi makei lially ltlly Ex. Hun, Ex. Bun. 2 j OC K5TsIT Ko-J- T. Taat Time and Suro Con nootions With all Lluei at St. Louis and Intermediate Bfo Points. - Lto CoTlnzton. " Lexington " I'arl Arr Mlllarahurg 11 Carllile " Johnaon ' Maytrlllo BOUTU-BOt'S- 7 8 8 9 U do 2J a ra 4 80 p in lo a lui 8 UO p ra 10 a m S 47 11 m 00 a 10 r, 117 n iu 48 a ui 7 00 p i 30 a m 7 4b m No. 8a I pm Ferries! !SToOmnl!MiHTraiis- fcrH! Dally Pally Ex. Uuo. Kx. Hun a m 1 89 pu 11 a ni 1 41 p ta 44 a 10 3 Oil pm 10 a in 3 83 p m 9 10 a in 6 10 pm II tto a in 0 p m 8 7 7 h No. fll Information About niurllngtoii Freo Vm.ln. Ires,j Intelligent, but with No Discrimination. The eastern papers are passing around an Ingenious fairy tale anent an intelligent cat, which saved th life of a sick organ grinder by bringing him tood. We am prepared to believe that a cat may have saved the life of a tick organ grinder In tho manner stated, but it couldn't have been an intelligent cat. WILL YOU 8UFrEr.Mltb Djiptpila and Ht-- r CompUInt? Chlloli's Vltallter t t'lurtnteetl to itirejou. For Mlcbyrenny 5 McAlltter, t A biographical writer says tliot Hiiunab Wo are do- More, the floetes, had comj llghtwl (o know it. Any lof6njutiou.o't thli nature about poets is exceedingly cheering. Npw York Buns "Ilafolyo really abandoned tho uso pf slang altogetherr? r(as th ITraTellers' Magailne.J Did you . Supp- Conuectlonimado lo Union Depot, rit. Louti. with tratniorilnei going Wett, Northwcat and floutbwett. II you are going Weat to any point, rail on or wilto to the uodenlgned. For dill and rcllahla Information In regard to Und, Ac., In tbo Wcttern HUtM, Maps Uuldei and loweat ipeclal rates lor Ticket! nnd Household Good! to all uointa Weat call on or add ret 1 O. H. ILSQIV rataenger Ag't Ohio A MluUalfpl JUIUTaK UarrodtburjC. Ky Vf. U. HU ATT UC, W. W. PE ADOD V. Uen'l Pata, Agt, Prea't add Oen'l Mao'gr,, C. W. PAItiy, eutral Patcngcr Agent, Clmlnnatl, Ohio. y I Lre Mayarllle " Jobnton ' Carlltla.. ' Mlllertburg Arr I'arl 3 4T SO a 10 iWpr. i r j, .... Note Train No. S run dally from Knoxrllle, Wlnchetter and Lexington lo CorlngtoD. Tnla No. 1 runa rla Lexlnxton aud Parli, am not flaWlueheiteranJ Farlir I Lex-logt- " Ixloton Clni.lr,n ' a- - ' Tho old for a gold rin sixteon arsiilpiuSwiu probably related tta the olderly$Sentlemau who said hi was attending the couvorsatory of U4ld ladjtej3g nfttojiffo. rreWf question which tbo professor asked of ht student; of tlio Wcllesley Coilegt AntJi:SJtoy,bty; and, ;the(yoHng ladJRn-- ' swered in strong and pure Saxon, "You jus! r'J'int betwenarol" for hors It is for inflammation of all flesh. ose ilustang Liniment onjy good 1 re iBBPawa atati '.6ditW d a viW UituKi.of that cliM rawtdief, aa4 n&t alren alnxM lolrtritl iWttl 1, fl.lV" M.V the public amt now rtakt ,' unoas'th lMi1iiiMU. .n'hitttktnthattij I Li(nnton and Parli: No. 52, dally except Son-da- y leave l'arlt 8 20 in! arr Lexington 9 10 a ru. No. $3,fnlly .wxetpt Sunday, leare Uxliiglon 4 W p ij arrlte I'arli 8 18 p in, a. Siahd. run tU Wlncbuter, ,Yti Lhu.H-No- with, Pullman 4S'tcplDif Cart PoUdTra Int. betwecx. CUefaaitl and UlcbinonJ, Va , and Wlncheitet aorvueo. ucntit ana nisjage cucckod to any KftoxTllU.1 TralnNo.Q la dally except liunday between and l'arlt. but la dally from Clmlnnatl to f THAT HACKINO COUOn cin'tiTiO urtd r Bhlloh's Cure. We guinmtee lr by Pconr A tfcAllitcr. i'ulcklr It. Fo H mi v. v lay B,Ha,Cktyit te ,.. ClsctaaatlJBBH clflelo(lht!Uikl. . 1. .r:7TU!,',ff"t-rY.anij 11, General Manarer H. W.FOLLES flan, m rila.lA r Af