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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885031301 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. semi weetli litefiif unfit ,iHJ Vl4 voft.x gtmi-cckl2$nicrior$ou- STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1885. An Essay on Man. Man was made In dry weather. He was made of dust. NO. 3. Pttiltmhrtt ffa.OO TxieHtXayn ntul Friday A.IV1VUIH to lI3Il P. Then paid atrletly In advance. If we bat wait anr time. 03.00 will be chanted. VV. WALTON. What Congress Costs. A hasty glance lit lbs item contained la the legislative appropriation bill passed by the present Congress gives one Roue idea of what it coat u to hare our laws made. It ii matter of concern to all who pay tains The compensation of Senators ia put down at $380,000, while for pay of member of the House the sum of $1 G90,. 009 U appropriated, uiakini: oter $2,000,. 000 in eaiarlea alone to the member. Then there r- - stl'l urn ler expetiM lu the c greai, though none eo I a rue in a single item The mileage of member of the Hou ami Senile ii alone nearly $150,000, For clerka to committee, uieeeenKvra and otruri to wait upon and serve the honorable stttesmen, the autn of $017,000 U ask e.l. The Items of stationery counts up well, the amount let aatde for tbli expense being oTerfJo.&OO. Then there ii the ew- totnary appropriation for the uotame gar den, which ti cattily uied to supply bou-quto congressmen and their wires; It la allqwed $11,000. For the Coogreealonal Library the turn of $37,000 Impropriated. This I doUjt pretty veil, and it seems to ua that a robust congressman ought to man. ape to Ret aloe under theee condition even if wheat 1 low and the winter has been a hard oae. el To Make Cow Give Milk. A writer who tayt his cow gilt all the milk that Is wanted in a family of eight prnna, and from which w made two undred and sixty pound of batter the tear, uN'' the following trealmtnt, .lie says: If you desire to get alarge yield of rich intlV, gl?e ynnr cow three times a day wa-tnrm, alUhlly tailed, In which bran Uri bren stirred at the rate of one quart to two gallon ' water You will rind It you have not irint thl daily practice, that your cow will vain twenty-fir- e prrcent. imtafdintely br.ii r n t fleet of it, and she will becosae so attached to the diet as to refuse to drink clear water unices rery thirsty, but this me she will drink almost any time and ask for more. The amount of this drink is an ordlniry water pail fall ech time, morning, noon and night. Your animal will then do her best anllk. Four hundred pound in the r of haMi, yesx'ao an obtained from good atocVMel UeUaeesaro mentioned where tbe yield vh area at a higher figure. er Quite a number hare never recovered from their creation; thty are still dry. It's a mnn's nature to be discontented. Adam had a monopoly, but he could not be happy without some one to crow over. For a while he knocked around over tho Garden of Eden, and then went to the house; but he had to cook his own supper, there was no stove wood chopped And things went on in a)bad shape generally. The next morning it was the same way. He bad to make hi own bid and sweep out. His socks were dirty and hit arm would run through a bole in his sleeve. So he was dlesatisGeil, The next night, when he went to sleep the Creator punished him by making one of hi rib into a woman, a great misfortune to the race. It has been six thotmnd yean since that rib wa lost, and yet man continues feel ing for it. This is a very feelirg subject. Pursuit in this cms iistid to sweeter thsb pwwlon After Kre got acquainted with ber mate, she rowed that all the men iu the world were not worth Adam, Qoliah was a man. A fop is a male who is ashamed of his sex, and attempts to conctal the fact that he is a man. Concealment in such cases is attended with but little trouble. It is only necessary to part his hair in the middle. The family man resembles an oyster on . the The shell is known at home the oft side abroad. Some men carry this' resemblance in their faces. A great many men hare countenances like oysters. Job is said to hare been a rery patient man. Us had boils all over him. Many a man now boils all over himself when the preacher reaches "thirteenthly" on a hot au mum day, nod nererthlnki ol the grandeur of Job's, example. e half-shell- The Cabinet and the Tariff. Tbe Washington correspondent of the New York Times writes the following: "In their eager inquiries for office the democrats here hare not giren much time to analyzing the Cabinet with a view of reaching a conclusion as to its attitude toward the tariff question. Judged by their riews, a expressed in letters and speeches, the President and his Cabinet officers can scarcely be acceptable to tbe Randall Protectionists. Mr, Clereland has been understood to be favorable to a tariff reform. Mr. Bayard's speeches in Coogresi hare been of the mo't pronouueed reform sort. Mr. Garland ha spoken and roted with tbe opponents of protection for protection's sake. Mr. Ltmar, in tbe strongest speech delivered during the tarifF deb He of 18S1, uttered a mrst impressive warning againH the dangers that were threatening from wor ship of the giant protection, Mr. Eodicott is a tar.fl' reformer. Mr. Vilas is called a free trader, so positive are his views in oppo sition to high protection. Mr. Manning has not spoken, but his paper is anything but a protectionlKt organ. Mr. Whitney is understood to hi a tarifl reformer. If there is any doubt abont any of these men it can only be as to two of tbem, and tbe beat the protectionists can do will only enable tbem to get one, or two adherents out of the eight gentlemen who gather at the President's official table." Trie O.tly Rett. (To client vbo haa stolen a ham.) You say you stole the ham and you want to know how to eecape the pen-all- )? ClicU beetV-Meated. Siren. L'gal Ad-vise- r. That's II; I took the bam be now cuiieVy ffisUy " starring and I're for It. Ii?gal Adf iaer Tnil was rery thought-lest- , but there is one way to get out of It. Slip out my back door and go down street and murder the first tnan you meet or start a gambling- - hour . Clitnt-Oro- at hearent! then L would be hung or punished mote sarerety than for stealing. Ltgal.AdvI'er (smUisg significantly) Tut, tut no. The murder or gambling care would take precedence of the stealing cose, but there's no penalty for murder or gambling, The constituted authorities in Kentucky were especially constituted to protect murderers and Ramblers. Kun cm l. Liuiavllle now and do as I advise. Ciru-mercia- What is Tin Wake? -- It doe not appear to be generally known that the so commonly used for houtchold utensils, for cans, for rooliag, etc., called "tin," really contains rery little lio, seldom more than one part In forty or fifty. Tin-p- urs tin U asllverr white metal and is the lightest and eatleal melted of all tbe met al in common use; it being only about five eUlitlu as heavy as lead, and requires onlr abjut twj thirds the heat tj melt It. Putelinii called "block tin," but it is rarely pure, tbe utensils, said to be made of block tin being alloys with other metals. Our common tin ware is really tin plate a thin sheet of Iron, coated with a film of tin. Plate of iron of the proper b'i and thicknesi are scoured with sand and acid until perfectly clean, and then dipped several times into melted tin; a coating of tin of rarisbte thickness ad here to the Iron. The oblect of coatlne iron with tin (n thl,manner is to protect the Iron from rutting. Tin when exposed to air does not run or eren tarnish, while iroq readily does so, but the thin coating of ttn completely protects il. ar-ti- dent as the fifth wheel of the Admlnislra- lion coach. He ii very useful in case of an accident, but until he js needed he Is not much thought of. Mr. Hendricks him-re- lf is so well experienced In Washington that he folly understands tbk Al a dinner where he was an honored guest last Saturday evening he spoke of his position as one of (lie JtMst Important under the Government. He is not a member of the body over which he preside; he can not take psrt in its debates He can only vote DrugR, Mimical Wall Paper, Wiuc. llookM, Clicui tenia, Iiiriiior InHtriieinentB, in the rare car-e- arhere the Senate is a tie. Stationery, 7.S,lJr' Pocket He is chalnrd to a seat from which he can-nfioapH, TouaccoK, Cutlery, Oil 8, evcape with propriety, however dull Perfumery, Lamps, Flro Arms, Muchln and tedlou and prolonged the Senate deViuidlui Oar Jow elrr, SUrcrrf are and Optical Goods Department is in Charge of Ori. bate may be, He has no patronage to din rv ho w ill Repair Watches and Clocks promptly and la the bert pense beyond two or three offices Immedi- Titos. Blciiarus, style. ately about him. The Hergeaut-at-Aris a much more consequential figure so far as the dispensation of offices is concerned. The only way a can keep up much of a hold upon public attention or maintain much of a position for himself Is by going into the social field. If he liberally and goes out a great deal he will be the recipient cf plenty of atten, tlon in a social way. In all social matters he and his family stand srcind to the President and his. An it i undt rstood Mr, Clereland will not go out very much in society, Mr. Hendricks will hara tbe first Thh Yeaiu' Wool Crop. Tnat there place in the social field all to himself. will be a great diminution in the wool The Bell Telephone Company has peclip of 1885 can not be for a moment titioned for a change of its charter so as to doubted by any one at all conrersint with allow an increase cf its capital stock for the subject. All orer the country tbe building lines for distance telephoning. The sheep men are curtailing their Hocks. company propoaea to build a long distance Eren in Texss, where it is suppofed the system between Bjeton, New York, Phiia-deljh- i, business would pay, If anywhere, tbe disBaltimore, Springfield, Albany, "O, don't you remember avest Alice, Sen Bolt?" "Her bright amlle haunts mo still!" couraging conditions surrounding sheep Buffalo, Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis and No wonder, the got ber paint from Bourne, "Yes, I law herlut at Dr. Boarnt'i Drugstore.' husbandry for the rait few years have op- - other principal cities, the first skeleton of "O, write ms a letter from, horn, "John Anderson, my Joe John, you hair Is erated to cheok the rapid increase In the oftheuew plant to ba 6,000 miles long, And get the aUtlonery from Bourne. eoow your eye la dim!" number of sheep. The past week sheep in with 247,720 miles of single copper wire, "I wonder II Ue lores me ?" Tell the old coon to g) to Bourne' and get this section hare sold as low a 25 cents She will If you buy your baautlfiera from and to con at the inside $13,500,000. of hla hair dreulng and a pair ot Le Umfw per head.showing to what desperate lengths Bourne. celeorated ItockCryital tjpecka." mn will go when they become panlo "The local paper," says Whitelaw Reld, 'Botes bloom and then they wither." , The perfumrs are made Into extratta Or Bourne. "Shall I never more behold thee?" "is the beat psper In the world. AM the stricken. In Australia it is estimated from "Yet, and In good health, for I get my medicine large city papers cannot supply the place "Kathleen Maraurneen, the gray dawn la break 10,000,000 to 12,000,000 hare died from the from Bourne." lng!" effects of the drouth. Takinjr all tbinirs of the home paper. No other contains tbe "I'm glad of It; Bourne has tcany nice goodt "What are the wild wavea saying?" into consideration, it is therefore evident Bjnrnagts ana nestns. iNo other paper Bourne, Bourne, Bourne, Bourne, Bournef I want to take the whole day purchasing.'' that the wool supply of another year will elves the time of the next meeting; no oth Then, Eaty darling, do tell Lilly Dale to put Tick a Coo In Aunt Bcdy'a old arm chair and sing be materially curtailed, and consequently er dircuue tbe affair of the county or "Bock me to sleep, mother," while you go to Bourne'a New Drug Store ami get me a Tooth Brush, prices will have to advance. Reasoning town, or give in detail the lecal news, Toilet 8oap, a pair of Lo More'a Perlscoplc Lenses, aomo of hla Letter Paper,, a from these data, we would not be surprised which can be obtained from no other tome source. Everybody reads it, and this is why bottle of Vanilla for your mother, strengthening Cordial for your grandmother and aome worm candy if about this spring many of those men who have sacrificed their Hocks will w ih the local paper la the best in tbe world, for Jceuit, and go quick or I'll make you think "This cruel war Is not over." Ihry could hear their friendly bleat again. and the beat advertising medium for its circulation extant." Pittsburg Stockman. that Washington regards the Vice Presi Tbe friends of Mr. Hendricks will learn j M ROBERTA STAG G Opera House Block, Paint, Stanford, Ky., ot ms Vice-Preside- E3I.O. ITXlF'IjIErSrT I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Fall and Winter, comprising tlie best in the market which will be gotten up in style and. make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley BOURNE! Ida-th- - ud WotiLD Make Even Ananias Blush, A man in Nantucket has a most remarkable oyster. It sing. Its tone U a low, soft, drtaray whitle, more as though it wa so My humming to itaelf some tune than tbe actual rhythm of a vocal ell'jrt. It has been the habit of perpetrating its music mostly at niht, but t nearly any hour of tbe day, if tapped lightly on the base of It has c st this country nearly $2 000. 000 since 1870, to furnish the republican parly with marshals and supervisors to run . True .Even Unto Death. That was Mr. Tildeu is reported to hare spoken thus of President Clereland on the day of hi inauguration: "He stands at once in the proudest and mot perilous petition. He has one great poasreslon that will enable him to overcome all otwtic'et and danger of purpose and ed slmrlenea a derotion to the trust he has accepted. With his comparatire youth, absence Jfrom distraction by family cares, lore of hard work and determination to succeed, there is a bright prospect of a successful and The task before pure Administration. him is immenre. The department! are full of corruption. Hut he will be equal to it-- he will be equal to It, you may be sure " high-mind- touching Biory ctold by Mr. Gladstone when announcing the death of the Princess Alice in Parliment. She had been cau tioned by the phyncian not to inhale the breath of her little boy, who was ill with diphtheria. The little fellow wa tossing In his bed in the delirium of fever. The Princes stood by the side of her child and laid her band on his brow and began to carers him. The touch cooled the fevered brain and brought the wandering soul back from its wild delirium to nestle for a mo mrnt in the lapof a mither'd love. Then throwing his arms around her neck he wis pered. "Mama, kioa me." The InUlnct of a mother's lore wa stronger than science and she pressed her lips to those of her child. And yet there is not a woman in all tie world but would my she would not have had a mother's heart if she had not kiued her bairn. And so It will be to tbe end of time. The mother will kiss her child, the wife her huiband and the lover his sweetheart, though death in a thousand forms lay concealed beneath the Vermillion coloring of the pouting Hpj.-f- St. Paul Globe. "I would be obliged fair Imitation of cider may be produced by using tne following receipt: -- o gallons soft water, 2 pounds tartaric acid, 25 pounds New Orleans sugar, 1 pint joint. Put alt the ingredients into n clean cssk And stir them up well after standing twen. tyfour hours with the bung out. Then bung the cask up tight, add U gallons hours, spirits, and let it stand forty-eigh- t after which time It will be ready for use. A very" g fisted old fellow to you will express my thanks, through your excellent paper, to the many cltluna whose timely aid last night saved my house from being destroyed by fire " "Certainly," replied the editor, will express your thanks, but it will be neces eary for you to adrance about a dollar and a half to prepay the exprewage." you," said a close- a country editor, "if to 'I Tho old notion that preachers' eons were a pretty bad lot will hare to be amended A country girl in Pennsylvania is jutt 6a-go)tateamerstise ealt water. Many now that the eon of a Pretbvterlan flergy-un- a now the object of enry by citr belles hare sur'ace condearers arranged for has usNuoceeded the' son of a Hsptlst hat made entireof a jaunty-looki- ng paving the- - sttani used, by condensing clergyman as President of the United ly of oatatraw and oorpsbucks that grew on and returning it to the boilers as fresh wa 8Ureas-Pbilade)Times. her father's farm. It is tastily trimmed ter THIS IDEA OF GOING WK9T with chicken feathers dyed in pokeberry Dr. IIOHANKO. Thi nam tat beegnm so familiar Willi tlie moit to Ooforivlo or New Mexico, for pure air to rctiero juice and blue writing fluid. of people tl.roasliout tko United State that It ! (Coniutnpl Ion. I all a mlitak. Auy rraiooalile roan M'ooanko' Cough and Liibifcrrop for A greaee spot can be taken oat of a carhardly nctlJary to slatd that1 L Ii lira originator ol pet by applying a warm buckwheat batter, tk gret Dr. llotanko'e Cough and Lung 8)'rup, Comutuptlon in all III lint itagn, It never fall I ho tSrls' Wherever tfaownj iir. ,to fcUji'rfllif In all caiai of CM'tf"i Oq'tf, prtft- - and the batter can be taken out by nutting .rUvdrlfcV that are Cousin. Cold, Consumption and sit affection ot cmtlj, I'olni in tne Ulinl ana all a hole in the carpet where the batter was tho "rffroat'sriJ Liibi. rrlco GO'ccatsaad ll.CXX considered primary to Consumption'. ,'Frco,(ucnt applied, and fl.00. SotJ'ly HcItoberlt'A StajiV aalJ&lfelerftA 6tai. phia its election machinery. Yet this is only a, fraction of the vast corruption fund of which the party has had tbe expenditure. In the light uf the) facts the grip it had upon the country is not to be wondered at. The wonder ia that tbe miracle of our its shell, it will open its mouth slowly and ealt ation was eyer vrrought. Washington utter a few notes. During the inclement Post, Dem. weather of last week it caught cold since The gossips di'corer that when Clerewhich iu voice has been hoarse. Were it land raised the Bible after taking; the oath not for this mishap Mr. Hiram G. Bedford, it was opened to the verges: "A good man father of Miss Clara K, Bedford, who owes ihoweth favor and lendetb; he will guide it, was to hare taken tbe oyster on to New his affairs with discretion. He shall not York and allowed it to sing in German be afraid of eril thing; his heart is fixed, opera. Itlinvety singular freak of na' trusting in the Lord." Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegrapture. "His heart is eatablished; he shall not The New York World which already has be afraid until he see hi desire upon his Boston Record. fire pressea to print its dally editions, has enemies." been forced to add another double Hoe The actors' memorial stone in the Wash prev, which throws papers off in a hurry. tngton monument cost SUGo, the amount The paper eayr: There waa a big clock at havinr. been nisei In dollar subscriptions. the end of the shop and the brass penduThe sentiment upon the stono is, "All that lum could be plainly seen through a little lives muat die;" nod it ia said that the stone glaisdoor ticking off the seconds. Etery is now the monument of more than 250 of time it swung forward seven printed new' the original 30) etibtoribers papers dropped, nicely folded, on to the heap, and every time it swung back again A Harlem Lilie on being told that she seven more were added to the count. Every had got a little sister clapped her hands minute 400 eight page II or W, pasted and and exclaime !: "Flow delightful!" Then and folded, were pulled out of the revolv- turning to the btarer of the Rood newa she ing roll of white paper and in an hour 0 added: "Doei mother kuo?" newspapers like the one you hold in Aiquirrel in a wheel will run all day in your hand could be printed. hones that he overtake his tail. But he "Our people want only the freshest in never does. There are scoures uf men in the dramatic market,'' said the Dakota our Legislature who spend tbeir time in dramatic critic to the representative of an the same absurd manner. Eastern tragedian, "I know this 'Merchant CATARRU CURLD. In alt u and tweet breath of Venice' you talk about. I saw it in Salt i ecu ml by 8blloh'a Catarrh Remedy. Trice 50c. Lake aa far back as in '81. No such For aala by Tenny A McAlliter. SLEEPLESS MO UTS undo miserable by that wormy chestnut will go down with a culcough, 8hlloh'a Curo lithe remedy for tured community that had 'Young Mrs. terribleTor tale by Tenny A McAllator. you. Wintbrop' and the 'Bindlt King' three i Positive Curo for Piles. months after they were brought out at To the people of this county ws would aay that Drury Lane." we hare been given tbe agency ol Dr, M archill's There aro a number of soap trees grow- Italian Pile Olntmeit emphatically guaranteed ing in Tallahassee They are prolific fruit- to cure or raojej relundod Internal, External, Blind, Bleeding or Itching Plica. Piles SO cents er?, the ben(es being abcut the size of an box. Kocure, no pay. Penqy & McAlliter, ordinary marble, having a yellowish, soapy Druggists. appearance, with a hard, black seed, from Daughters, Wires and Mothers. which the trees are propagated. People in We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlil'a Ca- Tallahassee boll the fruit to make soap, but thollcan, a female remedy, to cure Female Diseasas Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and in China, Japan, and other tropical coun- es, aucb or bearlbg Ulceration, Falling and dlsplaccr-i- nt used as a substitute down feeling, Irregelarlttlea, Barrenness, Change tries the berries are for soap jost as they are taken from the of Life, Leucorrhcea, besides many weaknesses springing from the above, (Ike l(adsche, Bloat trees. h. 24,-00. m B. ,!, A UNDERTAKER, AND - wf.ih:y, FERRY'S aLL embracing -- and complete erythlng from tho Cheapest to tho finest, Parlor Suites. K need to j;o to tho larpe cities to make jour purchases, uo matiak what quantity er quality jon want, as I can and will duplicate any prices yon can obtalu elsewhere, freight being added. Jae a fall assortment of Coffins, Cases, Shrouds aud Robes, embrac ing all the New Styles, both cheap antl expensive. Ware eppeslte St. Asaph Hetel, Stanford, Ky. in Furniture Iealei assortment or Furniture, ! Full T. J. BOSLEY, HOUSE PAINTER! AND PAPEB HATaQER. Fresco Celling Paper Uanglng a Specialty. M7Jt uuers rrompuy Kr. T.-y- ;tenueaio All atq-- tt Office Beutb tide Main Utreet, two doors above HOIIOEON DENTIST, STANFORD. KY. ins Myers Hotel. when re tji TTrfntsiri w Pure Nitrous Ozlda Gas administered quired. j), M, FERRYACO,01 EIPALCABUETe ALU T !?. Will t ttalled loan applicants and to customers of last, year wiuw lUt mrirrtnirlt. It rontalni illustrations i, Price, dttcrlTubni and directions for Nantlnj alsT and Flower SEKDS, BUE.Hg.eJ -i 15 toflL fjp siiak. ?st X c DB. W. B, PENNY, 'Bit FREE! SELF-COR- E 8TANFOUD, KENTUCKY. one ot tb mSk A favorite nretcrlotlon of in tne u. luu.v noira nu specialists OBce on Lancaster street, rert dxir to Intk (now retired) torsuccessiui tba curo ot UtbUUm rior Journal ollica. Office houra from 8 to 13 -- . I.oit atanrioorttircakiirmmana liecav, Oil IU Druggists can M.and 1 toS r. u. Anesthetics administered when ' Address OR. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Ma neceasarr. Dontlat. RELIABLE .rri 1131-lyr- .J PLOWS! PLOWS! Js)BBtWasg,", fCim l lng, Spinal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervoua debility, Palpitation or the Heart, Ac. For aale by druggists. Prices ft and ft Su per bottle. Send toDr'.'Marchlsl, Utlca, N.Y., for pamphlet, free. For aale by Pouny A McAUsttr, Druggist. Dayton Steel Plows, Champion Steel Plows, Champion Sulky Plows, Lims Stone Plows, Lono Star Plows, Bissell Chilled Plows, Gale Chilled Plows, Mayaville Hill Side. Plows, Malta Double Shovel Plows, If inkle Double Shovel Plows, Halls Double Shovel Plows, Minkle Pony Plows, Hall's Pony Plows, Malta Cultivators, JP -- VrSBli-aiiflr M rtrd, 'tbsbouia. Only39oatdrujlaU'. Something for the Baby. What a terrible allllctlou al.out the bouse Is a cross, crying baby! A young mm on tne very edge of mitrlafcny might easily be Irlgtened from his purpua by hearing too lUtich ot that soit of music at the home or his milled friends. Yet wiles err commonly only when they, srealck. Oqo teupoonrufof Parker's Tonic gives the Utile one' wlUbrlo. rcsl'andateep to the baby and' all So cud to Plows ! AH kinds pf Plows ! Plows of all sizes! Plewa at all Prices! Plows iron $2.50 te $80, FOB SALE BY GEO. ..Also nan-eating Sprlagr WAjbttsi Farm TVagwt, dealer In Baggies, akd all llnda of FrrniloifK-Ctilaer- jMacblaes, Planters, Harrows Carrlagjjarreja, I. WEKEIX, Agt. Both houses of the Dakota Leglslatuie when thosa arc put out and the engine house ts gone, we will have one of the passed the Woman Suffrage Bill. is said that Gen. McClellan will be prettiest little towns In Kentucky. It Mr. E W. Harris has begun the erecMr. Levi P. Morton's successor aa MinisMarch 13, 1885 SUfiford, Ky., tion of a poultry house of very large diter to France. Ohio democrats say Frank Hurd will mensions and will, as soon as his building W. P. WALTON. be Solicitor General in place of Mr. Phil- is finished, go into tho poultry business on a Urge scale. Ho will start with 500 non- lip?, resigned. setter hens and will add more after the farmer of Frank Salvers, a is going to bi nn JaThe whlprine-yos- t Knott county, was assassinated In his own scheme gcta in good working order.. Swiss the next Lcjlelaturo and we should mie jn emigrants will be employed to manage the XSLTST. yard one night this week. not! at all surprised if it becomea a law. by n concern and if it realizes anything like it The Pittsburgh coal operators, candidates A dozen or more counties have Would kindly nsk your attention to tho fact thnt thoy havo jnst roturned unanimous vote, agreed to stand together figures out on paper Mr. Harris is in a fair nrho hare boldly come out for the '.meuuro from tho cities with n largo, frosh nnd woll solootod stock of way to become a Vanderbilt in a very against the striking coal miners. and in each their following is large. It is time. At any rate tho Lancaster A fire in Newbtrn, N. C, Monday short truly to be resetted tnat n necessity for night, destroyed the Central Hotel and citizsns will always have fresh eggs for but there is no deputing audi a law exists, six houses and stores. Loss, $100,000; in- consumption and what more could we ask? tke fact that something must be done and Endless in variety, dainty in quality, and satisfactory in prices, this wo guarsurance, $50,000. HIT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. With our criminal prosecutions Mpeedilr. Indiana democrats claim that antee. Onr aim shall bo at all times to supply every want in our lino. ard jemly growing, leaching $300,000 Managed by Jno, B. Fish. Stockslagar will be appointed bankruptcy or a worfe fate threatens the rust Controller of the lreasury, to sucMiss Lou Grant, of Lancaster, is visit State. With a whipping post law requir ceed Judge Lawrence, of Ohio. ing Miss Cleo Willltms, at this place. Miss every person found guilty of in that Consists of tho standard brands of Europo and Amorica. Our largo line The Brooklyn Digit say: ''The question Secretary Lamar has ordered the Com- Nannie Williams, of Pulaski is visiting at stealing any sum under $50 shall receive a is often aiked, Why do not our Presidents of cooking stoves includes tho justly celebrated "Groat Western Reservo" and number of stripes on his naked back to be select their Secretaries of War from the missioner of the Land Office to suspend Tom TaylorV. many other family favorites. Richard Wurst, a Germau from Pine graded by tbe amount stolen, we would army and their Secretaries of the Navy proceedings relative to patenting lands to OUR CHINA, GLASS, AND QUEENSWARE STOCK consist in part Hill, was artested and placed in jtil yesimprovement. Our jails would from among the dittinguished.sailors of the the Now Orleans Pacific railroad. noon eee an While Jos. Bohlmin wtia attending to terday, on a $5,000 judgment. He will of Table, Tea and Chamber Sets completo, Glnsswnro richly cut nnd etchod. be free of the rascals who think it a nice public? The answer is that both the naval some repairs on tne root oi tbe uiuson take the Insolvent debtor's oath. county's thing to be fed aud warmed at the In tho way ot Brendstufls wo name Buckwheat Hour, tho queen of all tribes. and military branches of the public service Djga have been killing sheep in the expense, and the expense of building a are honeycombed by little cliques whose House, at Cincinnati, he caught hold of the celebrated "G. M." patent flour unrivalled for cako and pastry, wbllo electric light wire, and was instantly killed vicinity of town. Mrs. Fry lost seven Tues-da- y Our branch penitentiary would ba useless. antipathies, Rico and Hominy, our own patiotic products, aro arrayed as faithful adjuncts. and jealouaiea by the shock. prejudices night. She came to town Wedneiday The law cin hurt no honest man and the make it of very doubtful propriety to The President has appointed Edward morning and swore out a writ to have some All tho delicacies in foreign aud domestic confections nro here. public Hogging is no greater dwgrace of a seek a head to the department in that D. Clark, of Mississippi, to be Assistant Tin, Stone, Wooden and Willowwaro, Electric lamps, Stationery, Canned of them "executed'' by the sheriff. Mr. than the crime which demands it. It is quarter." Secretary of the Interior, and Sidney D. Baker killed one and the owners of doga Meats and Fruits, and n completo lino of Cigars and Tobaccos. Well this is so punishment for the average thief to go It is reported in Lexington that James Jackson to be United States Marshal for killed others. to Jul, especially in tbe winter time, but oniy a hint of what wo havo. Senator-elec- t, Western district of Texse. I paid a visit to London last Monday. same thief would consider a very long Blackburn, brother of the the Relieving that wo can rnako it to your interest, wo confidently ask an ox. A bill to grant $15 pensions to Con- A great deal of improvement is going on in tkae before he would run the risk of bay is to be made collector from that district, of Rep- federates who lost both legs or arms in bat- that town. A new church has just been aminatiou of our goods anp your patronage, and that Miss Desha, sister-in-labag his shirt taken off in a public place Respectfully, TAYLOR BROS. a&439 lashes administered to his bleeding resentative Breckinridge, is to get the Lex- tle, and also to Federal soldiers who are completed. It was built by the Methoington Postoffice. That ia a nice way to not receiving an equal sum, passed the dists. Several nice dwellings have just back. The law is imperatively demanded Tennessee House. been erected, which help to show of the and our legislators must be cent with the keep all the beat offices in the family. A Washington special says the Presi- place to good advantage. The county be passed. premiee that it shall Cleveland baa already begun to weed dent will appoint J. S. Miller, of West court haa agreed to build a court house, to them out. Three clerks and a telegraph "We were unable to account for the inFop Coa! or Wood. Virginia, Commissioner of Internal Reve- cost not exceeding $25,000. Tbe old site operator, attached to she White House creased aselnity of that double, nue. It is also said that Cleveland is in has been selected and McDonald Bros., of Thltruni U Extra Hmtt and In g compound of force, and who have been drawing pay for clined to appoint Thompson, but Manning duplex, aids of the Ttry lut JunUU CharLouisville, are preparing a draft of the coal Iron. Hm rait top and from, " 9VTfsiiiB v- - iiiiiWBsiaiiiiiiiiiissamJi'.v lckaatery, the ignoble Senator from Vlr-js- doing nothing under republican rule, have objects. building. It is to be almost identical with with Knllre Wrought Iiou Itody and - SlllllHaMBLASBMSjttaa&BJJJJHIBBJJJSBBKMiiK1 unnecessary. en ritradi undrr n. WartnlntpMMBBBBBjT'- "BBBBBBBBISSxWBBBTW XX until the following from the Louis, been dismissed as entirely A magazine containing 0,000 pounds the court-hous- e of Simpson county. The 0?f itntth of of nltr llaoir. Automatic) Their pay aggregated $7,000. sjjjjjjjaSSI!r'P"ffT--Tn- '' ille Ttmu explains it: "The saddest inFire Unlmci of nitroglycerine near Cleveland, O , ex- county offices will all be on tbe first door Ofen flbelf. factional nam plat, and Cut Centtra. N ckl cident at the dissolution of the Forty-eight- h NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS, ploded. Tbe factory was blown to smith- except tbe school commissioner and surkiotx and lilnc pint. AdJu.taMe icodern Improve-mrntcomposed Congicis was a procession ereens and two men carried a distance of veyor offices which will be on the third Idoihtlfand all Ben T. Gentry, of Madison county, is of "White, Finerty, Robinson, Ochiltree, Can I arrancfd with Htalfr for .very Done in tneir bodies was floor. On the second fior will bs the JU leet. dead. hot and roM water. Horr and fielford filing through the Senate Gov. Gray baa called an extra session broken. court, jury and witness rooms. There will, Water tioi or Urate r extra. asd depositing their mantles on the shoul- of she Indiana Legislature. The Kentucky delegation in Congress alio be an.attorney's consultation room on ders of Riddleberger." Jos. Arvin's gun went off while he was are discussing the question of Federal pat- the second floor. We heard some talk HIGGINS, A coNTEMroaAUY remarks that when hunting neir Frankfort and blew him to ronage for Kentucky. Mr. Beck presided. about the aspirants for Legislative honors re- - Kingdom Come. After discussion a resolution was adopted from Laurel and Rockcastle counties. Acthe United States Government seeks to srr.CIAL 10F.NT, Clarence Howards, a white boy, shot declaring it expedient for the delegation cording to precedent the candidates are to cover from a faithless railroad corporation Stanford, - Kentucky property forfeited through a violation of John Reese, a negro, at Georgetown, three to take any action. be Laurel county men this year. On the Ten thousand of the coal miners in the democratic side Mr. J. A. Craft, a promi-metbe conditions upon which it was granted, times, inflicting serious wounds. Dr. R. Hood, of Ertill county, a Pittsburg district "went out" Monday ltncoun!ers as much resistance in Conyoung lawyer Is spoken of as a cangress aa if it contemplated the perpetra prominent practitioner, committed suicide morning for an increase of wages to three didate, ile eeems to bo very strong in his tion of a grobs outrage. This ia particu- by taking morphine, while at Stanton, Ky. cents. The remaining two thousand will own county and if he consents will mike David Dickson, colored, of Georgia, do likewise. The operators say they will a good race. Mr. W. R. Ramsey, a young larly true aa to tbe Senate; many of the --wealthy members of which are either atdied leaving $400,000 to Amanda Eabanks. not accede to the demand. lawyer, and Mr. J. B. Johnson, a fanner, torneys for or own large interes'a in the Amanda is now the richest colored lady in are both announced as candidate. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. the land. corporations named. DANHLLE. BOYLE COU NT t. The trunk line railroads out of CinLancaster. ciiuuia- Lsuisville CommcrciaTs war on the The -- A. shooting gallery has been cinnati have cut first-cla- ss Rev. 8. S. Pentz, of Lexington, will passenger rates. opened in gambling fraternity of its city should be and Tickets to Washington aud New York are the old Phillips building on Richmond preach Sunday morning and night at Irm- Drugs, Books, Stationery and doubtless is commended by every Fancy Articles. street. ly church. citizen thereof. It is no sham fight for down to $8. Geo. Snyder has been sentenced to Reuben Lee, a respectable old colored Mrs. Cbaires Walters has opened a it givea names and placed with special FbyilcUm' prescript loDiarruralrly rompoundrd. store-rooman, died Tuesday night and was buried All reference to the convenience of the grand hang at Hamilton, O., June 19 for the millinery store in the Phillips WMll.ttl tJMiL. . murder of his mother. He should not on Richmond street. Wednesday by the United Brothers of gamblera form a large and jury. The have been allowed a trial. A wedding in high life will be consum Friendehip, a society, of which he was a portion of Louisville's population After June 30 a two cent stamp will mated before the March winds cease blow member in good etanding. making the paper's pluck the more to be The friends of Mrs. Dr. Benjamin The Largest Stock of "Watches, Olocks, let ing. Guess who it is. Whallen having broken up carry an ounce Instead of a admired. Chief Jewelry and Silverware ter. Those who try it before that time several people Buffering from ty- Heindon, of Barbourville, formerly Miss The the oontz players, should now decreo that will cause those to whom they write to phoid fever near town were all reported Sillle Ball, of this place, will regret to Ettr taught to tbli raarkft Vtittt Lowr than Tie other gamblera must go. the Lowrtt. WatchM.Clocti and JtwtlrT tit-pay half of their postage. much worse this evening. learn of tbe death of her little son, Charles paired on aboit BoUcv and WarranuJ. The windy newspaper quarrel between New Hampshire, has Gov. Hale, of The roller skating rink that was in Frederick, which occurred last Thursday. of Missouri, and one appointed Got. Marmaduke, H. W. Blair to suc- prospect seems to have fallen through-fro- He was a very bright child and will be sad II. . BRIGHT. 3aj. Rainwater ia growing monotonous ceed himself in tbe Senate. The Legislawhat cause we are unable to state. ly missed by hie devoted parents. F. CUR RAN. aad the public ia longing to see them go ture meets in June, when a Senator will be Senator F. D. Rigney, of Casey conn- The marriage of Mies Jennie R. out and kill each other. Scoundrel, liar, elected. Mr. Blair has taken his seat. I to Mr. Ercrheart A. Hundley, U tr, is visiting here tbia week. He will get thief, &c, are some of the choice appella(ThursA military drill, under the auspices of a strong following in this county in hia announced to take place tions applied, but we fear there will be the, Goyernor of Louisiana, takes place ct race for Senator. day) at the residence of the lady 'a mother, no gore spilled. The big talkers are not New Orleans early in May. Six thousand Mr. C. C. Stormea will, in a short time, Mrs. Martha B. McAlUter. Rev. P. T. always the biggest fighters. dollars in prizes will be distributed, in begin the erection of two handsome brick Hale, of the Baptist church, will perform At a Fat Women's Convention at Chica- cluding medals of the Exposition manage- store rooms on the site of his present the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Hundley -building on the public square. for New Orleans to be will leave go, thirteen little females pulled the beam ment, Gov. David Merlweather ia a candiaggregate of C.000 pounds, an averCapt. Dillion's fast bus line to Stanford absent about two weeks. A large number ts the to the Legislature from eeems to be in a flourishing condition. of handsome presents have been received age of 4013. The heaviest weighed 728 date for pounds and this great aggiegation of femi-ai- se Jefferson county, an honor which he will The Capt. is an accommodating, clever by the bride to be from distant and home fat could be viewed for a dime. We boubtlees receive unanimously. This re- gentleman and merits all the patronage he friends. ' J The following business has been transwould prefer, however, to invest our change markable man ia now entering hia eighty-fif- th gets. acted In Circuit Court this week. Com n Mr. Frank Hubble, the atyear. for a look at so many fat hogs. An excee-mvel- y Mr. Bayard has offered tbe mush- - torney, has been to Verona again. Mr. monwealth vs. Van Wade, selling whisky fat woman ia an exceedingly die- sought position of Assistant Secretary of Hubble will probably soon discontinue one judgement for $00; seven do for $20 puting object. altogether and give us a chance each. Same vs. W. E. Orubbs, Hon. 1 and AND- 3srrjBLicAH papers Bay that Senator State to Mr. John Cidwalader, of Phila these visits 2, dismifsed on motion of Comth's Atty. delphia, who is a connection by marriage to record a wedding. mlfled because Cleveland Heck ia much of Mr. Bayard, and a cousin of Mr. John Judge W. E. Walker is tbe grand Same vs. Leslie Sharp tor killing Elisha did not ask his opinion about anything. Cadwalader, of New York, who waa assis- father of a bouncing boy babv born the Lay, continued by prosecution. Sime vs. "2Ie refers to Cleveland as that "fellow" and tant Secretary of State under Hamilton 10th Inst. Mr. D. G. Orr, our popular Jim Richardson, malicious cutting with eaja he "has made up a close corporation Fish. merchant tailor, is wearing an 8x10 smile intent to kill, trial and judgment for $300 let his Cabinet in the interest of Wall st. fine, defendant ordered to work house unThe Court of Appeals, Judge Pryor over news of the same kind. CONSISTING OP Bat I tell you right now that if he tries to delivering the opinion, in its confirmation less fine ba replevied or paid. Same va. Died, Wednesday evening, of typhoid jet along without we free traders and tbe of the action of the circuit court in tbe fever, Misa Carrie Aldrldge, of this county, Wm. Drye, grand larceny, (stealing a vaSouthern Senators he will find himself in case of the Commonwealth vs. Finley, conShe waa a sweet young girl just budding lise from Mrs. Tarrant) trial nod verdict trouble soon." victed of murder and sentenced to be hung, into womanhood and her loss is a terrible of two years in the penitentiary. Same vs. The Women' Medical College at Phila- reiterates the opinion that drunkenness blow to her devoted parents. Her re- Carey Smith, malicious shooting, contin graduated 22 female is no excuse for murder. delphia has just Capital. mains were laid to rest in the Lancaster ued, bond fixed at $200. The action of the town trustees in If they are pretty they will get a H There are sixty-tw- o Presidenial cemetery Thursday morning. big practice among the dudes. It will be again extending the limits of the cemetery to be provided with msstera between Mr. Mike Ray, of this place, has so nice, you know, to have one of them now and the 1st of April, Thus there is a written a letter to President Cleveland in the direction of town is severely critiAT ALL TIMES A FULL JLIXE OF feel the pulse and fondle around the fever- right smart bit of the staff of life to give tbe giving him sjme points aa to tho manage- cised by many citizens and bitterly com ed forehead with their cooling fingers. We huncry without taking the trouble to make ment of the Internal Revenue system, plained of by thoe who own property hope at least one of them will locale in any removals and without counting the of Your correspondent ueed every endeavor in the vicinity. The first, who have no personol Interest In the matter, contend Stanford. fices that are filled by the Postmaster Gen to obtain a copy, but Mr. Ray repeatedly that when Jt becomea necessary to extend declined being interviewed. We learn that the boundaries of a crave yard that they The Frankfort Ytoman saya the work of eral himself. Kentucky has 1,070 postoffices, only one among other things he advised the reduc- should co furthor from town instead of cleaning out the Augean stables will be The latter say. and very nearer to necessarily slow, but we haye an abiding of which is a first class office, and that one tion of tho employes wages to 50c per truthfully, it. the town government has that is Louisville. Seven are rated aa second-clas- diem. faith in the ability of the administration to no right to do that which makes their 31 aa of the third-cla;- s and 1,038 as Mrs. Sam Rothwell gave an elegant homes unpleasant and depreciates the Accomplish it in lees than two years. It is offices. There are but 39 of entertainment Tuesday evening, in honor of value of them and that the constant enclearly the purpose of the President to fourth-clas- a croachments of the cemetery do both. make a clean sweep, and we are willing the 1,070 postoffices in the State which en her guest, Miss Jennie Kennedy, of Kirka-vill- Several years ago when the trustees purjoy the dignity of being Presidential offices. time about it. The following young people were chased the houee and lot of Jos. Alderson, that he shall take hia Money orders can be purchased nt the - Wtdly Inquicr, one 107 postoffices in tbe State. Salaries only present: Misses Mattie Brown, Lena Ir- tho comfortable brick cottage, erected for The Owensboro 2nrun vine; Kate Wherritt. Lillie Noel, Kate uie of the cemetery superintendent, and neateat papers in the from 23 cents to $3,500. of the cleanest Brown, Nellie Marr, Katie Landram and was torn down and the space occupied by Bute, has just enlarged to a seven column Speaker Carlisle has been worrying Messrs. James West, J. S. Ileitis. W. H. it and the surrounding grounds appropri ated for grnvef, and now that this space. Is iie, thereby evidencing its deserved finan- with the President again about Phil Harris, E. K. Higgins, C. Wherritt, S. D. about ured up tno trustees have purcnaecu a paper fa a credit to Thompson's appointment as Commissioner cial success. Such HJgKlns, W. W. White, 8. B. Ilania and from J. S. Linney the houee and lot recentits Bection and it is gratifying that lie peo- oi Internal Revenue. Mr. Cleveland Btat-e- d Victor Wherritt. ly owned by tho lata Nicholas Walters and ple appreciate it. the Alderson houee will haye to be that the charge waa made that Mr. The engine-housthat adorne(?) the ished, All this brings the cemetary demolnearer Those who can eee nothing in Chet Ar- Thompson would be too friendly to tho centre of our public square ought to be town and nearer to the residences of thur to admire save the cut of his pants, whisky interests, and whether ho was or retired along with the Republican office- Mer. Carrigan, Sillee, Mrs. Linney's which never bagged at tho knee will be not, ho would be certain to invoke un- holders. It Ja a disgrace to the beauty of heirs, etc., nnd undoubtedly depreciates ulad to know tha he left bis patern with friendly criticism which would embarrass our little city and is the, subject of inquiry their value. This in a serious matter and above goods have been bought very Low and All him aa well as Mr. Thompson. He, how. of every stranger who cornea hero. What the truHleen should think well before they Grover Cleveland. permit another grave to be dug South of smallest possible marign. Wo reThe Courier Journal, the organ of the ever, arsured Mr. Carlisle that he waa we want in its stead is a public well and a where the last one now is. The member of will bo sold whiskyring, denies thats uch a ring exists. still considering the claims of Mr. Thomp- - fountain and the engine-hous- e must go. the board who opposed tbe last extension he whb and tearing down Hat tie O. J. dote not always tell tho truth, son, anu aiu noi uesire mm to go oil with A subscription is being made to purchase town said make a"against yard" voiced thu spectfully ask an inspootion and invite competition. Prices to grave the to those who regard it as the Impression that his Kentucky friend some.five or six hundred water maples to we regret to tay sentiments of a big majority of oar citi- and goods guaranteed. would' be disappointed. BBIGHT & 0TJKRAN. be planted along the principal streets and zens. aa oracle. Ihw-ffittteWi! Ittteriorlonnwl The Postoffice department teems a hard one to hold down. In the last eleven years there have been nine different Postmaster Generals, Creswell, Jewell, Tyner, Key, Maynard, James, ITowe, Grcshani and Hat-toIn sposking of the matter, Mr. Ty ''With City thousand offices ner sayt: ecsttcrod over the vast extent of the United Stated to look after and control tbe work is enormous, and the man at the head of the Postoffice Department hss to beir the brunt of tho strain. The number of officials, employes, postmasters, mall car riers and contractors responsible to tbe d Postoffice Department equals about the entire civil list of the United States. That it is truo that no man can stand the work vety long is proven by the fact that the lat six annual reports of the department have been signed by six different Postmaster Generals." one-thir- The New Groceries and Hardware House of n. well-know- n TAYLOR BROS. HUSTONVILLE, Bii! WmmUj CtaoeeBtoSt Our Hardware and. Pocltct Cutlery back-ic-lio- THE LION WROUGHT IRON RANGE, jamBM&wttissin, (tcin-windio- iW" a. W. H. nt ifemmj mWMMm PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS. law-lov-- tag ilHii half-ounc- e m J. Mc-Allst-er BRIGHT & CURRAN, DEALERS IN well-know- Groceries, Hardware, Queensware FARMING -- IMPLEMENTS. Furst and Bradley Sulky Plows, South Bend and Hamilton per urmng X'lows. Clip- post-offic- es o. Mitchell and "Old Hickory" Wagons. Our Carriage department will be full and complete with the best makes of Carriages, Buggies, Surreys, Phaetons, Jayguar Wagons, Buckboards. liming tiniiivaiors. solo Agents for Walter A. Wood Harvesting Macliinos. the at the Wo also liavo a Largo Lino of Walking- and e Wall Tpir M wI EJrnlston A 0sley's. Ore oc- Mr. Smiley for $200. These transactions Tut, largest stock of carpels and ruga are understood to be in the interest of parMarch 13, 1885 SUifbrd, Ky., tnaple syrup at Punn Hotne-inid- e ever shown in Stanford, have recently been ties lu Nrw York, Uriah Dunn sold a Bright & Currant. horse to a gentleman from the Sooth (or eo elved by E dralston & Owsley. Z. A N. LOCAL, TIME CARD. $105; Bill Dodd bought from Oz ThompOaiukn aretld in bulk or papers nt 13 r. H. A vr.itv large stock of Hamburg. White son, of Casey, a pair of 0 HU trln going North- -..-.- .,.l 68 P. M. Bright & Cttrran's. ' Houth Goods, Jereejx, Spring Shawls and many but Bill says "dalse" 'or $250. 1 12 A)M. Kxpfctilraln" ttoutb., 2 BO X. U. Norh., other nrllcles just opened at Edmiston A Miss Bettie V. Logan left for Lquh A pecond hajjij surrey, nlmrwt good on standard time. 8olar Owsley's. The above li calculated villo on businesi yesterday. Mis Reno, a no w. W. H. Hlgglns. Into I about JO minutes fatter very pretty young lady from Perryville, is RELIGIOUS. A number ono milk Foil Sam: Chkai visiting Miss Cardie Taylor. Cole CarLOCAL NOTICES. cow. Imiuiie of Jno. M. Philips. Rev. John L. Smith will preach at penter pioposes planting of an acre adthe Crab Orchard Brptist church at 11 joining the Presbyterian church lot in Buy your school book from Fenny A will be a wedding nt McKinney TiiEnc A. M.Sunday. McAllater. small fruits with a vlow of increasing the Thursday, but by George keep it LANDntnu'a Garden 8ed, fresh antigen-uln- e next Thirty conversions have so far result attendance at Sunday school. Rumor ha quiet. at Penny & McAlister's. ed in the Methodist meeting now In prog- it that our deputy sheriQ assessor has Jewelry repaired on short The advertisement of Bruce A McRob-ert- a ress at Catletteburg. Democrat. Watches and found one name in our bounds with which ootlce and warranted by Penny & McAHs-te- r. this irsue is intended specially for the The protracted meeting at the Broad- he is so much dissatisfied that he Is taking Ladle. haa active measures to have it legally chauged way Christian church, Lexington, A complete ptock of jewelry, latest additions. Rockford watchca a specialty. Pen-n- y Seed Potatoes. N. Y. Eirly Rote, closed with twenty-fiv- e etyle. In a few days. That kicking horse not on& McAllatrr. Rev. B. F. Bristow, of the Southern ly improved George's beauty but leveled Burbank, Peerless and "Beauty of Hebron" " Methohlst church, is holding a meeting at his head. A gentleman of McKinney, Fon coueha, colds, Ac, uae Comn. Syrup at Bright A Curran'a of White Pine, In 25 and 60c bottles, Pre. Covington which has resulted in 60 ad whose last name occurs first in his signi- pared by McRobert & Stagg. New seed Irish Potatoes of every varie- ditions, ture, is preparing to remedy the incon FxnMr.ns, Kbad Tnia. Go to Dr. M. ty, garden seeds of every description and Rev. Dr. Burchard, made famous by gruity by adding the word Benedict to his drug alore and get one package Oolon sets just arrived at Warren A Met-cal- l'. L. nourne'a his rum, Romanism and rebellion add res , sign manuel. of Bam A. Clark'a Hog Remedy. If you has been retired by bis church on a salary are not satisfied after using It your money .i "Hough on IUU" clears out rats and mice 13c will be refunded. The boiler belonging to Mr. G. W. Rus- of $500 a year. "Rough on Corot" for Corni and Bunions. Ifc. Rev, R. R. Noel's meeting at Rowland sell's saw mill, exploded Monday afternoon, Thin people, "Wells' Health Renewer" restores PERSONAL. fortunately hurting no one. Carelessness closed Wednesday night with 11 conver- health and vigor, cures dripepsla, Ac. II. re- - after a hrnvy freeze caused the explosion. "Hough on Toothache" glvei Initaot relief. 15c. sions. Mr. Noel will preach at Logan's Mil. AND MR8 J. W. McALI-TEl- l Ladles who would retain fresh n mi and vlYtclty, Creek church next 8unday at 11 A. M. irom California yesterday. turned A nice young Ally belonging to Mr. Hento try "Wells' Health Renewer." The ministers of Louisville "earnestly don't fill Miss Jclia Cecil, of Harrodeburg, "Buchu-palbagreat kidney and urinary cure. ry Biughman died this week, it is thought recommend to those citizens in conditions has been visiting Mrs. II. J. McRaberta. i, Flics, roiche,, anli, rats, mice cleared from the effects of a shot, but who was of wealth and ease to set the example of out by "Rough on Rats." ISc. Mi?8 Lop, daughter of Mrs. Fannie dastardly enough to fire it remains a mys"Rough on Coughs," troches, 15c; liquid, 28c. simplicity and inexpensiveness at funerals, Dunn, returned from Louisville yesterday. tery. Tor children, slow In development, puny and and so make it easy for poorer people." Mias Bcttie Paxton la baek from a delicate, use "WelU' Health Renewer." We think we have been waiting long by and Next Sunday has been set apart lengthy risit to friends in Louisville "Rough on Dentin" Tooth Towder. Try It. ltc enough for all our customers to settle up the Lexington. Kervous Weakncu, Djipepilt, Eexual Debility Methodist ministers ol Chicago as a coming and set- day of special prayer for Gen. Grant's cured by "Wells' Health Renewer." tl. Mk J. A. CitArr, a leading member and now we insist on them Mother Swan's Worm Syrup, for fevcriihncM, tling, ai we need tho money badly. J. W. physical and spiritual welfare. These Chiof the London bar, was here Wednesday on worms, constipation; tasteless. 25c. Harden. The bosineM. legal cago pbarisees had better call in help. 8tlnglng, irritation, all Kidney and Urinary complsluti cured by "Iluchu-palba.- " Miss Addie Purnell left yesterdey to The Home of New York has issued prayers oi the wicked availeth not, tl. Night iwetts, fever, chilli, malaria, dyspepsia, Miss Belle Riot showed us a postal to join a Xathvllle party to the N'ew Or- orders to cancel all its insurance policies by "Wells' Health Renewer." in Stanford. The reason is not known, but card from Miss Marie Barnes, mailed cured hukband (writes a lady) is three times the leans Ei position. My Mihsem Sallie Cook and Dollie Wil- it it likely the Lackey loss, which they at Rome, Italy, Feb. 25th, just as man since utlng "Wells' Health Renewer." 1. liams, of Huitonvllle, were with Mrs. Dr. will haye to pay, had something to do the "troupe" was leaving for Naples. It II you are falling, broken, worn out and use "Wells' Health Renewer." tl. Lee F. Huffman this week. with it. tells of a four days' stay at Paris, devoted PreTalence of Kidney complaint in America; LauMrt Haury B. Fitch, the clever reps a quick, complete cure. tl. " The several fine days of this week have to sight seeing, a day and night at resentative of 2. 8td Piatt, Is in town put people in the notion of gardening and sanne on the shore of lake Geneva and In Rome. They were en route the boya to buy clem shirt. SETT ADTKBTISEHENTr some have plowed up the land. Perhaps four days Mim Mart Sims has returned to Col- they are too previous, the ground hog's of course to India. lege. She haa been adopted by Col. K. D. The 8econd Adventiste certainly beaddition of winter does not end till next Allen and now write herself Mary Sims Tuesday. lieve in "If at first you don't succeed try, STORE ROOM FOR Allen. try again." Tbey have fixed numerous store-roo21x70 A The Madison Circuit Court begins next dates in our recollection for the second coor very deilrable National itank In feet, next Mim Mattic McAliteh went to Blaolord. to the Farmers Danville Wednesday to attend the marriage Monday with 3'.'3 Commonwealth cues on coming of the Lord, but those days Kecently remodeled and greatlyIFImproved. Ap-p- lto ALTON. II. V. Stanford, Ky. o( her sister, Miss Jennie, to Mr. Keerheart the docket, six of which are for murder, have parsed and their prophesy baa not 4.tf wbil Lincoln haa but 120 and two murder Hundley. been fulfilled. They have tried it again Mim Anna Roams, a graduate of the cases. Madison seems to be going back now and say that May 19th next will wit- NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Stanford Female College, and for some to barbarism. ness the long desired coming. All periocs having claims sgalnit W. U. Oreer, time a teacher of music at Valises, Iowa, We neglected to say in the notice of There is a growing need and great de- late merchant of Moreland, Ky.. are hereby notiis the guet at her Alma Mater. John J, Brigbt's speakings that he invites sire among its religious people for a church fied to preient Ibem to me at Moreland, properly Dr. J. A. Williams and family are his competitors to be present and divide building at Rowland, our railroad suburb. proven, on or before the 11th day of April, 1835, or send them to my Attorney, Wallace l Varnon, back from Jackeboro, Tenn., where they time with him. In addition to hla other The school-houswhich is used for wor- Stanford, Ky. J. II". HVSTOS, went a couple of years ago, and will locate appointments given in our last, Mr. Bright ship is much too small and during the Trustee W.O.Qreen. March II. It Kenat McKinney. The Dr. finds that.'old will speak at Waynesburg on the 23th at 2 meeting just closed was frequently unable tucky is the best plac after all. to hold the crowds which gathered. Many r.M. . p. Mr F.J. Campbell la back from a trains of the railroad men there can not come to The legulailty of the passenger several weeks' stay at his popular resort, am dally adding my stock have melted Knoxville Division of the L. A N. town to church, but would attend regularly I IISplendid Une and Millinery of the to latest and of Rockcastle Springs, where he haa been ad-- , on the if there was a suitable house nearer at most stylish g ods, which I Invite the ladles to gratifying this winter. Tbey ding improvements for the coming season. has been most call and examine at my atom on Lancaster street, rarely been lata and at no time that hand. Revs. J. M. Bruce and R. R. Noel confident that I can give entire aalliiacilon. He wilt move out with his family next have Department is attached and church A we can recall as much as an hour. Mr. are endeaverlng to raise funds for a week. over by competent ladles there and subscription papera are already presided jxia. MIA HI) MS, Our young Business Manager, E. C. Frank Harris, Chief Train Dispatcher, tells prepared. Stanford, Ky. haa been laboring with the people us that the branch has never done a heavWalton, along the Knoxvllle Branch as far up m ier freight business, twelve trainsbeing usuLAND. STOCK AND CROP London, this week, with considerable suc- ally ttqulred dally to move it. E. S. Hood sold a car load of hogs at cess. He will be home in time to dance I will offer at public sale to the htgheit bidder The Stanford Orchestra, which his been Covington at $4 15. at the late residence ot 11. F. Eubanki, dee'd, four however. with the girl on practising for a year or wore, went out Col. J. M. Beazley sold two hogsheads mllea from Stanford on tne HUin urancn piae, serenading the other night but their music of trash tobacco in Louisville at $4 to $5 THURSDAY, MARCO 19, 1SS5, LOCAL MATTERS. wai such, it is said, that one lady supposed per cwt. All the personal property, connlstlngof live stock, A waku rain fell all day yesterday. to be complimented, was at a loss to know Steers, 40 head good yearling eteeis, Six mules, from 3 to 6 years old, 16 to 29 9 good Milk Cowa with young Calves, 1 thorough-b- r bolt on whether the demcnetiation was intended 10 hands, well broke and G or 8 springer I will hang paper for 10 cents a ed yearling Bull, red, 5 good work Mules, well mare Mules. 3 yearling Mules, broke, 2 2 year-olfor a charivari or a serenade and therefore cows for rale. J. F. A 13. O. Gover. wall and 15: on celling. T. J. Buley. Mar. 2 yearling 2 brood Mares, one ii did not respond. Another lady imaginNew, York Early Rose, Burbank, Colts, 12 head of Uogi; Corn, Hay, Farming ImThche wishing spring suits will pleae ed she had the night-mar- e plements, Household and Kitchen Furniture, dc. until assured she Peerles and Beauty of Hebron Irish Pota- Terms made known on day of sale. come in at once and avoid the rush. H. C. was really awake. d SARAH kVBASKS,Aimz. toes and Onion sets at T. R. Walton's. Itupley. In Fayette county, T. R. Gardner sold The engineers of the Chesapeake A Remember that Geo. D. Wearen sella the Nashville railroad, Capt. W. H. Spradlln to W. D. Watts a lot of fancy grade cattle, to be delivered next fall, Livingston or Good en coal, the best in the in charge, have reached the neighborhood A. I. (JENT11Y A V. W. U ENTRY, EXFABTE. market. is their intention to at $5 per cwt. of Huitonviile. It The petitioners this day have filed their petiThirty-seve- n per cent. o( tion In said Circuit Court, atkiog that ths said A. and one-ha- lf New York Early Rose, Burbank, Peer- - run a trial lino by Moreland to Lancaster, empowered to use. enjoy, sell and le the last wheat crop remains in farmer's I. Gentry te lees and Hebron Irish Potatoes at W. II. which, if found the beet will leave us, of or and Danville out in the cold. We hands, against 33 per cent, on the 1st of own or acquire, free from the clalma and debts bs sued sue Hlgglns'. herhuibanl; to make contracts,own are still hopeful, however, that the connec- March, 1884. at a single woman, trade In ber deed. name and disor by of her H. J. Darst offers for tale 2 building tion will be made with the K. C. at this About 300 head of cattle woe en ral pose is now property thatwill of tne unit be d notice ordered It in the lNTaion JooaMat, a newjpaper 00x132 feet, between Stanford and point. It is certainly the shortest as well at the Bluegrass Slock Yards at Lexington lots, weekly published in Lincoln county, for two Rowland, well located and accessible. lor ten days sfier this day and before it as the cheapest route, giving Liberty as the Monday, and nearly all sold at from four ol ald Court. This 5th nil lit div to six cents; good mules sold from $105 to Mareb, of tha March term J. P. BAILEY, Clerk. Stirling point, 1883. I invite attention to the bargains that 90 to $150. $200, and horses from f may be had in the way of family groceries. The Ilichmond lUtald has this in re B.F. Hay den has lost a $20 heifer, a B end to a former citizen of Stanford: Save your money by paying cash. P. $10 milk cow and a fine cow with calf Messrs. George McAlpln A Co., of Cincin Myers AND NANNIE WOLF. HIS worth $05 within the last two months. JOSEPH WOLF l'ETiriO.S. IN I.QUITY. WIFE. ON natl, on last Tuesday filed an attachment Here are two sentences, each containing suitngainit R. Some of his neighbors pronounce the dis Notice Is hereby given to whom It may conG. Dann A Co., and by or olf and an every letter in the alphabet: J Gray, pack ease diy murrain. Can it be the pleuro cern that the petitioners, Jctepn Hied i of said attachment Sheriff N. D. Death-erag- e hitn .!thehi. if office- thlauar Court,their peti five doien quills. A quick der with my box praying pneumonia? ot this Clerk'a tion in closed his doors and took the key. brown fox jumps ovei the lazy dog. Court empower the There is but little doing in the Louis that the eojoy, sell and coovcylaid Nanuio Wolftn tor her own bopetlt o and On same day Mr. Dunn made an assignown or acquire, free property she Born to the wife of Mr. B. Mattingly a ment of his entire effects to Mr. J. R. Bur-na- villo cattle market, but prices remain nnr claim or debt may her huibind; to make from con ot the about tho same, runninc from 2 to 5 for tracts, si o snd be tueu at a single woiunu, ,u iuo making his 11th child, and the sixth girl, for tho benefit of his creditors. Mr. inherownnameanddlipoieuf ber own rropeity of the present wife. Mr. M. is obeying Dunn claims tho attachment to have been common to best shippers. Hogs are Btlll by wilier urea. filing ol and sell for 3J to 5. Sheep bring """--"- " V one injunction of the Scriptures at least. " is uereuy brought on false grounds, and has employ- lower ana ,Vu their petition and the purpwts jouk.-i.- , irjeci merci u.from 2J to 41 cents. bo pu lilliheil in tne interior ed able counsel to defend the suit. E. L.Jones, of Whitley, who was In Staulord, Ky. Unable to get wheat from the farmers paper published 1R85. :Y, Clerk. V. BAILL J. This liar. 3, In the U. 8. Court at Louisville for A few at 05 cents, R. T. Mattingly ordered a carTenacious Okfice-Holdeiforging mall contracts, has turned out to weeks ago the Richmond Jltgisltr containload from Louisville and thereby saved ha a raving maniac, but it is thought that ed an article showing that Madison county money. of He also ordered a . he is shamming to prevent the infliction of had had but six Circuit Clerks flince it corn, which coat him $2 70 per barrel laid C. V. OL'NTKY A PATTIEGENTRY, v'mIaa i. hnrAiiv fflrpn to vliflm it mav con the heavy penalty attached. That's pretty good down here, while those who have it hero became a county. the petitioners, C. V. Gentry and rattlo (""try. his have this day filed their petition week will bo Circuit Court and showing, but Lincoln can beat it. In 1780 ask $3. Next Clerk's otlice ol this Court, praying that the in the More tobacco barns will be erected in Court empower the said Fattie Gentry to uto, many people will be called to town. It she was made one of tho counties compos sell and convey for her own benefit any prop-crttime to call in and ing the district of Kentucky and January Clark this summer than ever before. Many would be a first-ratshe may own or acquire, free from the claims make contracts, sue settle your subscription. We have a good 10, 17S1, "William May was appointed contracts have already been let, several of or debts of hera husband; to to tf ado n her own and bo sued as single woman, many calendars and other fancy chrome County Clerk. He held till May 20, 17S3, them for huge structures and this one name and to dispose of ber property by will or when he resigned and Willis Green wa branch will give employment to large numprinting for those who will pay up. "t is ordered that this notice be published in the Farmer? find that It Iniksiob Jounsat, a nfwPP',I,ub'lth? appointed to the vacancy and he held tho bers of workmen. two A tew nights ago, Mrs. Baker's houte otlice for a number of years. Then Tho?. pays to have roomy storage capacity, aa Stanford, Ky., by of of weekly tho Lincoln Circuit tourt. next regular term was entered and Miss Emm&'d watch and Montgomery, father of the late Dr. T. B. the crop cures up in much better shape. Given under my hand as clerk of said Court, J. P.BAILEY, Clerk. March 5, 1833. some other iiweUy stolen. The proporty Montgomery, was appointed and for 11 I Democrat. haa been recovered and an attempt made to years ho filled the position. Next came LINCOLN COUNTY. HUSTONVILLE. hush tho matter up, which haa succeeded so Thomas Helm, who served 10 years; then far as withholding tho names of tho guilty Champ Carter for seven, It. Carson for' 12, CUAS. H. BISHOP AND HATTIE S. BI8UOP, Bennett Cloyd, Jr., returned from Exparte. parties, bb we were unable after several ef- and last John Blsin, who will have served Wednesday. Notice Is hereby given to whom it may concern .,..:. .i.i., l(. iiiihon and Hatto get them. forts 10 years when his time expires next year. R. Caraon is making arrangements to tie 8. HlJnop, bis wile, have this day filed their petition in tho Clerk's office of tb s Court, praying Youno Bennett Cloyd, who was thought Thus it will be seen that for 105 years there move to Crab Orchard. Court empower the said HattloS. seven County Clerks in Linwas a stirring day among IS 'use. erjoy, sell and convey for Ue ; own benefit Wednesday to be insane and who was taken to tho have been but has operated ffjjssvx .i.s.rsfhMhu.'biarto'B.k. con. Cincinnati Sanitarium by Dr. Ed. Alcorn, coln, two of whom had ssrved even before gardeners, but Thureday rain sued a ilnglo woman, to trade tracU. sue always been Madieou was thought of as a county. Oar as a sedative and the epidemic lunacy is In her own snd bo and toat dltposa of her property by has returned. Dr. Alcorn has name If effected at all his people seem to have regarded fitnees for temporarily abated, of the opinion that WIturori?rrf that this notice bo rbUhd in Some life in the horse market. Rue, the ISTKsioa JouuKAi. anewspapor p mind was only temporarily disordered and with more favor than rotation in office, but belore ,hi it is not likely they will let another man of Danville, bought of John Cibell a horse btanford Ky., by two weekly lntertlont Court. Verm of the Lincoln Circuit In this opinion the physicians at tho Saninext wiUf office fcr 40 years even though for $175 and one from John Land for S100. Gtvenundermy band as tarium agree and pronounce Mr. Cloyd now have the J. F. BAILED , Clerk. Djdd $500 for his pair of February 26, 18S. he prove as capable as Mr. Helm. He offered Vm. right. about all curred. vnr-untrain- ed, m ," bed-hugner-tou- b, Buchu-palbae i year ago our big Window shade!, ' oda,atair rodi, curtain lace, curtain spankers, but Bill could neither see nor hear it. Same party bought a horse from Ac, at Edmlston A Ows-ley'- -. Xiadies' and Children's SPRING SHOES The fact that Ave have sold more Ladies' and Children's fine Shoes since January 1st than ever before for the same period is convincing that Bennett & Barnard and Williams & Hoy t made a line of goods in style, fit and fineness second to none in the market. We Have Received Our Spring Goods In French Cnracoa and Kangaroo for solid comsizes are com- Kids in the New RENT that is now the Shoe in the world fort. Come while plete. Flexible Sole most popular BEUCE & M'ROBBRTS. IHillinery ! DreM-Makl- m auuva Administratrix Sale i. -- hl, fc4 T1 fl d Collars, at T.. R. 'Walton's Lincoln Circuit Court. Hames, Hus-tonvil- pub-Jlthe- Trace Chains and Back Bands, Corner m Lincoln Circuit Court. Main and - .,,.,. &c, Cheap Somerset Streets. ? w. car-loa- d Lincoln Circuit Court. y, v e i4i - Lincoln Circuit Court. t .. ..11 ST t J JV 4 if V t Stanford, Ey A PUBLIC LANDS. March 13. 1885 THOUGHT. INFORMATION FOR THOSE WHO WISH TO SECURE HOMESTEADS. One Illlllon Sally Nelll Roaob la Tbe Current. T&tk, and fort!) aqroe tU wool of yours Tka'atautUe of each life the weaver throws; Anil bore a ml. the ro small bits, vthonco no one known, Acre Tet to Select From Prices of. Lamia and location of Government Agents Ucst Way to Go West. Cincinnati Enquirer link, with the thread the mystic pattern neaviugt, Tfara lov tbemSslves amid the smllos and Which o'er the web are light (Detroit Kiw Press. Sen-ifto succeed blmielMn the State 'Doau' look fur Infallibility In do human .I'tject to tho aetloa of th. Democracy. race," sold Brother Gardner. "Wo has all got our an' our w eak spots. When I McCIiAMY W. gin Trustoo Pulllack do Job of rcshlugllii my coua- ho war' an honest cabin I fully believed dat I, candidate for r.preseat.tlT; .of-- Llacolaj"" man. TJui I didn't ban' htm do money to ty, aulijecl to in action buy da noils, nor did I sot around wid my eyes thet an' let him mix third class an' first class shingle together. It war" my dooty not bf Lincoln counIsaCndldat.for BeprwenUtlTODemocracy. to frow tomptasuun lu his way. to the action of the "When Wlialcbono Howkor comes to mo ty, t an' axes fur de loan of a dollar I bollovo him oir-day- B Itrother Onrrtnur on Ilonrsty. MAT. F. I. BIONEY Look, Rwd and Remember ft al e, . P. line of CsVeiand la .till on hand with a choice Un frMla ltllA Ol 1l ll...u .t i. Tffyol ill klDdi. I m al- - prpircd to Uj ornftmntlDg OUJ-'- j, tTharris v- . waiiuiif, iwi tjUtivuiDta. il xeutd it ihort - -- m notlcj. A JOHN J. BRIGHT Mxr & f TMK ORIAT Through Trunk Lino . Louisville, Ky., Cincinnati, 0., nt?w UnfiKiI" imi., iieaierjin,, o.nnwaj .x cwi "? llalitwln A V. .!... t . VAi A Hnn.'. .;vs:,.r- sut-Jei- tear nud shadows leaving. lacing Wo heoJ thoin not those fragments inter- ing Thrown up in bold relief, and ioj and know Tb thread whoio worth we failed to under-- With oura romo life that crossed our path one day, (So many seem tho tangled threads that strav.i Until amazed wo pauje, rome figuro trac- stand, Bit now whott wonderous beauty sorvo3 to show Tbo matchlew wisdom of tho Master Hand. SOME SHARP CRITICISMS. ot Altogether lis Wiulilngtnn Society Good n l'eoplo Might Tlilnk. l"Ruhainah" It; Globe Democrat. I Miss Phu'be Courlnj' shurp cr.tlcUnu on Washington society nro all well founded, and although tbero is anothor and moro ro deeming side to official socio ty than tho one tho holds up, it is not always tho ranst prominent and has to be sought diligently. Tin place is full of shams, social frauds and and pooplo of tr.nihhed reputations, whose succets, or at least prominence, hero is an unending surprise to tho good and humble people at home w ho Img ago arornotl them. Money or position, separately or combined, will cloak tho reprobate, and poppje here have not tho tlnn t look up tho records of the hundred, of new people rushed into ofilce every two and four years. At her sxfe distance JMbs v Couzins can spoak with all the frankneai dosirable, but at this point patriotism alone counsels ouo not to paint tbe capital of the country in its worst aspect". People who read of tho scandals o! EnglUh high Ufo and London society are always thankful that nothing like that ever happens in this country, and point to the glittering chronicles of the social life at tbo republican capital Why should such prido be smitten by tolling that at official receptions the women often talk of nothing but dress and servant girls, when they ceasi from discussing scandals, and that there are woiuou in high position whose languago would make both the grammarian and the market-woma- n blush I Who wanti to know that there are 'women who regularly get' tipsy and sho:k the comis sot out aS repany when the punch-bow- l ception or the wines poured at official dinners; or that there ore those who take opium naps iu the corner of a or In tin ball-roo- are kleptomaniac! who um'se way with the burpau orna.neuts when they lay asldo their in the dressing ooms at pir-ratwrap) pirties, and spirit away the small spoons audj handfp.ls.pf confoctloiu at the Qf what moment is It that sapper-tablittfcn Lady Thornton, wife of the former British minister, wont to call on a senator's family she was met by a mother and daughvigorter, who worked their rocking-chair- s ously, and "chcnvoJ 6omothlug that looked aaw.ty" all the while sha stave J' There are plenty of nice people to offsst the) barbnriins, and one would much rather Vr their praises sounded than to bo reminded of the slips of the raw and undisciplined recruits. o e. -- milstof acrowdol theater; cr that there A Washington attonioy with opportunities for obtaining correct knowledgo on the sub-johas published a book on public land?. The government retains somo land iu Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Alaska and all tho states and territories wost of the Mississippi river excepting Texas and Indian territory. Application has boon msdo to tho general land ofllcs in Washington for the few remaining acres in Ohio, Indiana and Illinois. Tho other states and territories are divided into districts, in each of which is a land oftlcOi presided over by two ofllcers, respectively as register and known Thoy are agents or Bales-me- n receiver. and when for the govorument sales mado by them are approval by tho commissioner of tho general land oftlco in Washington, patouts or dfods for the land aro Issued to tho buyers. Iand may bo secured under the bomostead, preemption and timber culture laws as well as at public sale and prlvato entry. Tbo government has two grades of land, the minimum and doublo minimum lands prlcol $1.51.1 and (2.60 per aero respectively. Land within railroad limits is placed at tho latter figure. Townships aro six miles niuaro and aro subdivided into thirty-sisections. of one milo square each, containing WO acres. A squaro acre has a frontage of about 20t) foot. The govcniment reserves sections Nos. 1 and SO for school lands. The Look of l'.'O pages, after giving tbo minutest detail, closei with somosenslblo advice to settlers, as for example: "Migratj in families from thre to twenty, as lower rates for outfit, traveling and otter expenses can bo obtained, whilo the, discomforts of going upon governments aro materially lessened where friends go In colonies. Ascertain all information poslble about the mean temperature, extremes of beat and cold, tho amount of rainfall, chills and fever in the region upon. Go to a state or territory vhoo officials approclate churches and perceive that school; where every dollar spent on education and religion is a saving cf $3 on jails and penitentiaries; where newspapers, libraries, literary, temperance and other societies aro encouraged, facilities, river llailroad and lake transportation and nearness to markets must be looked to; nearness to mills, stores and water supply; Indian", drought, grasshoppers, potato-bug-s and "every thing eL-- that ran affect future succes. Locato near tbe junction of rivers or valleys, where a valley crossos a river or cuds at a lake. Such locations secure good markets for farm produce and rapidly advauce the pries of land. The title which tho government gives Is in fee simple, not a lea for a term of yoari; but perpetual ownership. It Is the buyer's property to bold during life and transmit to bis heirs, or be may sell it at will There Is no landlord, no rent to, pay, nor aro any church rates expected. Ho Is hlniselfi lord of the s manor and poor of bis of all ct x tax-payefellow-citieen- purcfodhw." Jlestnurnnt Itnpld Tninslt. (Chicago Meal.areMrvedat all houfa. (lame alwav. on and tlni. hand and In It. season, oy.ttr. freab fl.h, or abort liar dellcacl. .erved In all ellea and Ite.tau. jtostcrs. Lookout for the algn ''Woodbine T.tirdlJtteU fill out the unexpired term cf notice. "Izo been turnin' de matter ober an' ober Judge E. W. Brown, dec d,.Wun.TJuag.o rant" and call wben youara hungry. In my mln' fur desomany y'ars pas', an' I has Lincoln, .uojeciioiDo tuu come to do fixed conclushun dat do right way Election Auguit, 1885. am fur to regard all men as straight, but to keep yc r eyo jee!ed fur defects. Lot in now A. SALE. -- Thoroughbred Cuttle. Cowa. open on tho Mth degree an' purcool wid do Fon and Bull Caltrs. rtglitcred. John O. Sic i JOHN H. MIIXEH honest and truthful an' upright, but I take his notes fur thirty days JUt do some. If I a. .u..LHanr T.lnrViln iViUn to tbo action XufftuT;. ; didn't ho might bo tempted to Ho rrto outor It, any or me aimwiKii It am my dooty to seo that ho- doau' drop of his vartues by do wayside. 'I doau' 'speck to find do truth In cbery-bodPETTBS DK. I iloan".pecl; to find all mon honest. Lincoln county .In the Eiomo men kin shoulder about two of do cardinal vartues an' walk frow llfo all right, but nennem'blVTiectiorhr.ctlou tne iKtuocric, when you add another you ant gwlne to 'cm down. Whilo wo may consider all break HON. A. G. TAIiBOTT. men fa'rly honest wo musu't advertise $3 reward for $30 lost yesterday an"spock do finder I. a Candidate lot Senator In the Dl.trlet to hire a street kyor in his hurry to restore do of Hofle. Lincoln, Casey and Garrard, subject of the betnoiratli party. Election lost cash. Whilo wo may reasonably oxpeck all men to speak do truth, wo nln't gwlne to otit Monday In AuguiU get rich outer cashln chocks fur strangers nor beliovin' what wo road on do circus JUDGE THOS. W. VAItNON H. Baldwin kuhmii Co., vorui: rR.,nt i"i?.t.v"r;'."t?"' - y. J. I. also the Kitey, dhonlnger and Hamilton Organs. "" " -- . , "" in.uumeni.auiaai nctaaai our chaser.. Don't give your orders till you lt-olllcDanville, Ky price, and terms. ii.s A.T Masonlioiinor's Restaurant CooaT'llocsK Without Change and with Speed Unrivaled SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE HOW LOUISVILUt TO Till DANVILI.E, - - - KENTUCKY, . S0UP& WEST ' PULLMAN CARS N.Vhvnu, cM.nfpht.0, Little Hock, Montgomery. Atlanta, Eavannab, Jaek.onvllle, Mobile, and K.w Orltant. BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA In faUce Car. Without Change. Grmicl Combination INTERIOR" JOURNAL And the LoaUvllle . . iti.iAiinu tTv. SHORT LINE TO THE EAST Troaa Loul.vlll In Palace Can without change. receive apcclal low rates. (l yew. THE J ''Walter," raid a gcntloman who had ordered his dinner at a fashionablo restaurant somo timo in tho dim past, "will you send Out for paper and Ink and a notary and two witnesses?" FIRE INSURANCE. STANFORD, KY., rrompt-PaylngCo- EMIPDJ1WTC LIUlUllAn I O BeeklnR home, on the line of thi. road wilt Lnulavlllo. Weekly Courier -- Journal pitet. for little One year for only more than the price of one. 3-- two Courier-Journa- See Af.Dtiof llil Cnmpany for ratra, route. Ae.. or write C. P. ATMOKt, G. P. & T. A. K. "WbV for, sahr Eepreienl. the IW.tand uio.t By paying uiH you will receive for one year Tilm a "Oh, I just want to make a will leaving panleiandhls rate, are very low. l, tae your home paper with the lJ'' ' that dinner I ordered so long a?o to my holrs call. reprtweniatlvs new.paper of the South, democratand algns forever. That's all" and for a tariff for revenue only, and the heat, ic brlghtot and ableat family weekly in tbe Uultid They hurried that man's dinner right up who desire to examlno a .ample HUtea. Tbn and he got it within two hours from that can do ao at thl. ottte copy of tbe Courl.r-Journmoment Thrown On III Guard. notice forewarn, hunter., Cshe rrnen and lllurgerieltunK.l College. tramrinotto trpaj.on our lands without pcU are liable to U procKUtcd a. all Landlord (to agent for Ann of wino growers) : HTANFOIll), KY. "How is It you sell your ml native wino t0th8lfn.,ordVKV0M.hrchKth.lM. IBlaned. Qua WjMjJl ormack, dearer than tho whitof' Ageat: "Do you D. McKlUrick, think wo get tho color for nothing V With a Full Corps of Teachers, E oy. Kouto F0 POSTED ! !e, Kentucky's East al Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. The only line running Stanford Female rULLMAN NEW 5LEEPIK0 UAR8 A Cowboy's Obituary. Stuff and Xonsease, Ctuu. Scribner's Sons. -- 1ST " &T DWm. Burton. A SOIiTDEAIN roots d-k, Thl. In.tltullon will opep It. Klfteenth on tbe lit Monday In September next. ALL Bceslon InlNVlllOtC'incillHHtl HHtl IiCX iBKtem, KyM &. x'j-Ihu- CiVanoT. P W Carter. T. J. Fetter. m. wbiti. II. K. Uarcum, THE BEAMCHE8 OF A J . Hill, THOBOUOHENGUSHCOURSE AreUught,asvllM MUSIC, TUB IjA.NaUAOEB, DBAW-INAND PAINTINO. O WASHINGTON CITY. Connecting la urn - J. q. depot with fast train, lot j. A. ssrr A.D NewUnd, w.UlT.ns. Jas.H Prxwltt. it.T. Ilusaell. 5 ,.E"A,a.on H J Jarst. AONewUnd. ,lTr' 3NrT77- 3ro:r.i3L. The Direct Route Stallions for 1885. TERMS MODERATE. WO In th In Tuition, price range from t23 ragular DepaitmanU. lrluarT, IU; InUrmaJlaU Collegiate, MO. WO; I'repar.toiy, 110. aad ville. ITorolk, tolynchbare, San All Virginia and North Carolina For ticket, and further Infonnttloo. apply your iarat ticket oOce. or lyldreas W. J. W. K. ARNOLIe, Adt ertlalng Agt., Ticket and m. Ail aJ3 t'uiirtt. Ave., 1iitHU, Kt Pointa. MRS. For fall H. C. a. to Board, Ac. addraa. THilKHKARt-- . rrlaclpsil, dlAtUOia. UDCWU VAM Hk, C.W.NIIITH. (l.n'l U.naor, y "Nbw banK mo,'' this wild cowboy said, "ni rush iu and paint tho town rod. , , tbe public domain published a report in , 1 in which Is the following: tTnsurveyed lands, Juno ao, 1SS3. 5r:: survoyed and undisposed of, '.71.U3,399. Total number of acres, l.l'JO.SJS.STC, equal to 7,49S,&05 homesteads of 100 acros each. In flvo southern states of surveyed and government buds undisposed of Alathere was in Florl la, 0,rc?7 753 Tar Smoke for Diphtheria. Mississippi. 'J.201,870 bama, 'y.KS,aK New York Letter.) Arkansas, S.'JHbOKMUO; Louisiana, Ruth Lockwood, the child cl 1,217,104 Total 13,020,013 Thomas Lockwood, a compositor in The New Superstition vs. Sliremlncu. York Times offlce, bocamo violently 111 with ThePlnkUn. diphtheria on a Tuesday night Sho was so Ono was a superstitious tbe wtak that it was deemed dangerous to try tracheotomy, or cutting open the wind- other was a American, and pipe. On Thursday, Dr. Nichols, who was they were helped simultaneously to Chateauattending her, received a copy of The Parli briand. Tho American glancod at tbe two Figaro, which contained a report made tc plates, and with the courtoiy of bis nation, the French Academy of Medicine by Dr. helped his friend to salt. "My heavens!"' cried Iliobbs, "what have Delthil, who said that the vapors of liquid tai and turpentine would dissolve tbo flbrlnou; you donel Helping me to fait why, we exudations which choke up the throat In shall quarrel before the night is put" croup and diphtheria. "Say," answered the side ardner, "I Dr. DjltiiH's process was described. II.' nover knew that. In my country one Is pours equal parts of turpentine anil liquid only too glad to got what one wants whoJar into a tin pan or cup and soti fire to ths ever helps. That is a real, elegant supermixture. A dense resinous smoks arises, stition, but I guesi wo can fix this which obscuris tho air of the room. "The up. See here," and before, tba man, whom patient' Dr. pelthif says, "immediately Blobbs had halt blinded- by burling salt over HevJto MperWBCd relief; tho choking and his left shoulder, bad timo 'to expoitulate, rattlo stop; the patient falls Into a slumbor the side partner had changed tbo plates, reand seems to inhale the smoke with pleasure. marking: Tho flbrlnou membrane fooh becsmes "8 ly, I ha vo only helped myself to salt, and tho patlont coughs up nilcro-bicid- and now I think wo shan't quarrel." And Dlobbs thought so too, and continued Thoe whon caught in a glass may te soon to dissolve in tho smoke. In the to look so tilt he lojkul nt tho platpi and obours? of tbr'ey'Jal afterward the patient served that, with the aid of polttonesi and entiroly recovers." superstition, tho'American had changed his Dr. Nichols tried this troatuunt with plate, of tough brown oituido for one of nice, Bttlo Huth IockwooJ. She was lying gusp-inrod, juicy underdone stoalc There is one for breath when ho vlsitjd her. First man in L ndon now who mistrusts American pouring out two tablespooufuls of liquified politeness, and thinks of giving up Engliih tar ott an Iron pan, bo poured as much tur- superstition. pentine over It and sat it on fire. Tho rich Harbour, the TlirenrimaUer. resinous smoke which ros-- j to tbe celling wai ChlcoRO Tribune. by no tnaani uiiploasant. As it filled the Mr. Thomas Barbour, tbr.'udmaker at room the child's breatbln; Lecame natural, .and at the smoko grew dense sho fell asleep, Paterson. N. J., who died last week worth $1,000,000, if not several millions, was the with the remits oj above. son of a throadmaker at Belfast, and travHis father eling salosman in America. A Jiilioun afoCuIIousIi. wanted to thrash him, big as lie was, for Chicago Journal. in America against Tho other evening I was in company wltl settin up a thread'mill "Father," uid the British manufacturer. ino theatrical people, when I heard, anions the son, "I'll mako moro money for you than other ktorles of the tragedian's exp?rioneos that of the freak played by young Will Mo I over did, and mako money for myself, t'ontioll, now manager of tbo .Brooklyn tbea too." He did. tw, who supported McCullougli. The sta A Grand I'utiiro. was dresiel, Ilka the ioductlvo Punch cf th Boston Itccord, Trols Krore i Provenoaur, a la Homaine. Stockholder iu Texas railroad (to presiHo was playing Vlrglniui, indeed, and upor of the same) Anything oncouraglng dasplng his hand upon that of McConnoll, dent to offer in tho way of prcpectW" rrho Just made an borolc stage speech, be President (enthusiastically) Everything, found that the auJacious young scamp bad sir, everything. Tho future is most promleft a cold egg In it. I bavo just borrowed our January Immediately upon the conclusion of the ising. on unexpectedly interest favorable terms. speech McConnoll ''retired up,'' leaving purpb with rsgo, egg Iu haud and What Is a l'lniincler? perfectly helploss as to wlmt to do with it. ll'ittsburK Chrimtel" He was "on" for at least twenty minutes; "Pah," asked youug Johnnie Jarphly, Jhoro was no pocket In his toga or In bli is defaulterf ' lights ; his "business" was in tho center ol "what Is a man who loses money that does "Ha a was simply bewildered. Hi stage and be belong to him, my son," replied Mr. The unhappy tragedian delivered heroic not after heroic, egg In hand, growling anathe- Jarphly. what is a financier!" "And against the author of hii mas sotto vo-h- j "Oae who bongs onto it." aaasfortun; but bo couldn't get rid of the Kg. When at last bo made his exit or, The Tender Steak. ntber, when he and tbo egg made exeunt INew York i flow to McConnoll's room to kill him then Landlady Do jou fludSun.l steak tender, your aal there, but that wise young person was Mr. Dumbyl If uot, I will" jxTchod by this time in tbo fllo.', chuckling Dumby (who was awakonod at 5 o'clock rer the futile rage of tho star, who laughed bartily at bis own dUcomflturo an houi that morning by tbe cook pounding it) Er it might bo well to let the cook bit it a few later. more times, I think. It Cured Mltn. Examination has shown that a quantity of IXew York Journal. th Japan tea recently brought from Japan A Boston girl who saw a fellow with tremens, exclaimed: "Unhappy main to this country Is Japan willow leavos. do you permit yourself to get the why Germany U introducing the system of re'James-Jame- ir " turn tickets upon her railroads. Tbe shock restored the sufferer to his right ! THATIUCKINOCOUOllctn be so qulcklr W'LL YOU BUFFER with DsttpsU tad Lit-- ft We ?uarntee it. Fo Complaint? Shlloh'a Vllallz.r 11 iiutruteed to cured T Shlloh's Cure. Ml by Penny & McAlliler, saleby fenny A IfeAUjUr. wieyou. For 6S-I43-1(M-10- 0; 3. 9d-10bard-headed . o. g hard-boile- classe?." The land commission uppointod by in lbSO to codify tbo facts in regard to con-gro- r rrm-T- Mi Who buried hira Vause ho was dead. A Kentucky CtirUtUU. Kentucky Stste Journal. "Not a, Christian, sir; did "you say he was oot a Chi'stIa" "So I've always believed, Mr. Blogg." "Then there's whoro you've always got ' Propr ' """""' .tabl.s E. H.'BURNSIDE, at my This Old and Woll - Known AT TWENTY DOLLAKS. Hotel Still Maintaina ita St Marllnl.oneot themoit dUllngul.hidon. High Reputation, of Imp Phtoo, Inning good racra over go.nl , Slreotbmma atanieT.noB aenon of 1MJ Ae Ac, will make ST. MARTIWT, V W f" niii'' MYERS HOTEL, KY. STANEORP. AND HlrhmAnd. SS.W, riUdXR. tlen't Paaa'r Aa?!. Ylraii I KENTUCKY CENTRAL II. R .... Ot.nlAf.1 "ilatitvUrHHM Kouto." Gen itrtwten 8hortott and Quickest Route from Eut, West and Southwest. Fait trnl Kentucky to all Pointi North, Un. ' Ile'euoountered a man, But olas-tb- his plan; w"'."" honei at all dlitancc. ' l h ffout the lurrin 1881 were all W ol the son, Doubt, wu one 01 the bit roub. tyr -- f . i ear. Ht. MVttn I. the hlghejt band. high. .P en. r lH bred horae. .landing and combine, dldly protwrtloDt, klod a. tbe beit blood of Eoaland and America, liy Imp. c' k,J,,rI Pbaeton, ftr.1 dam Tokay by Oarrlwn'. Zlug.nee, ondd.m MIm M.rUn, bydam brle!la by Blr (wnof Sir Arcby); third Archy; rourlh dam CalypM.by B'Mri "fVih (dam of Cvnteotlonl by Imp- - Pf damPyme' Wtldalt; wtenth dam 1'lcadl la, br and a few of bis LEXINGTON 8cbluleln jiT '!'; Iti Proprietor ii Determined that Second it Shall be the Stateto no Conntrr in iu rare, Hotel la Appointment, or Attention to Comfort of their Quests. ta aad from the ta ComnertUlTrarelen. ilwiy. ..palled wlt The do KBjectOct.JS.lS84; OI.OI.V.VTI .????? irivri s:s:r?,s ??,?? :?:s? 3 it : ii x -- c?e loft." "Docs be ottend divine sorvico regularlyf" "Perhaps not. But this I do know. He regulates his wtdch, by SL Paul's church clock jvery morning Ho told me so himself. Not ' i Christian. Indeed 1' Batl A MacVlln'f Keranaught: eighth dam oodol. pbln; ninth dam by Imp- Hoblnob, tenth dam by Imp. Jolly Baoger; el Tenth dam by Imp. y"anl n that twelflh dam by TryHII. Thai It la raw bor and yeau.t of Uilngloo. the grrt .ire, ana liientoe, jorwuii I harepiij hla " nownedlntbeturthUtorlc.. ray friend, and at the low Ogurea to oblige ,. i ... i...iif.i.A.i.ri .llitanee in .ti.. HUKI1UQII1U4.UJUIM. u.w..- - -- Uke few good mares aeodlug to him, and would on tne .Bare, s wiuaito.wiou " my combined horse, ier-Tlc- raa4.ofLIaoraad Ujekdc-M- flam 111 i o ""v J J.' x e -i. m zzz 55," etae i CliMa. SSRdSS IPBBBBB i.' I TraJ.Mark. MURRAT'H Hl'KJli;iC, The Great English Bcmcdj, positive cire for Weak Memo ry, Does of Br.ln Power. Nerveu. Exhaustion, Bemloal Weakbeai, Impoteney, and Ueoeral Los of Power of the Generative. Organ.; e .. aiaesje. ej.f.hk V .Ll.s anJall a. MA.itlif.tl lmnniil.hr. nf -- -. - iaioK. aututo i HglBB gBBBB r3.' sf&: ., --- a t. I'll! ..: ' J.,BBBB;BB.tBPaB I I ill i 8SS3Sa!SSCt!2 'T3TJX('Sl,9hj,e"9'9 i I o m 4a .. An Effect Climax. IChicago Tribune. A melodrama was being performed la a And my Norman hone, provincial city, and the closing act was to witness tbo death of the heroino from poisw administered by; ber lover.' Tbe end approached, when the lover said, "T have for gotten, the vial" "Kill mnwu.ua pistol or a dagger," whtspewd ths actreM. "I have noOru i and feed furnlthed at rraionahte rater, bu responsibility for accidents ibould any occur. neither." "Kill me quickly, Jor thof audlonca Is impatient," she exclalmsd. An Inipjra-tio- n satalMbaTefor.alal7 yearling Mules and IS seized him, and as sbo turned ha gave thoroi ghbred Calre. H. 11. BAVOMIXAX. hir a kick. She fdlterel and fell, oxclalm-iutianfonl, Ky. 424-"I dio by the bwii of the poisoner." It JOS AISDAlaliilll, PHIL SHERIDAN, 912.50TO IN8UKE. ?.it as univcrwi ... g: tf iras an effective climax. Is so 70 II AV. hl..UH THE UVtl MUIT fit KIPT IM OKltf. Northwestern Christian Advocato: Crime differently reported by two dUtlnct ckuscs of dalllos that a change from one W the other ought to produce tho Impresdon that the world has suddenly grown very wicked. mLKLriyjittLyj IwlriiVi tore Old Age. and rainy otter that lead to insanity or Con. sumption. In all wuesof Weaknoas the Bpecloc axu like a charm, retorlng loa or fading vlg. or, giving to the eye a brilliant r.,i ...Liir.r. i.hIt. lo the che.ki lhrrvi-- r l.tnrm of health. AflarTablav. ssWMarray'a Hpoclfio Is sold by all Druggl.U at SI per package, or .Is package, for $5. Alwi by mall, rontago free, on receipt of price. 'ull particular. In pamphlet, which will U mailed free to every appllcaut. Address all communication, to the tola iunuf.elurr. XV It It A V MtLintlXEfTO.,Mo. Kauiis CAy, Bold In Stanford by Penny A McAlliler and all Druggists everywhere Aaniua pKTa A Co., Wbolfiale Agc-- tj, Louisville. Ky. 200-- y r ) dl-e-1 tack, i...Jk "" - " uniw", K.ln In Ih. Dlmnets of Villus, Trema. iujivm. jvii .r. -.- lH'ti'lllliM :.it ill till! Isssaa 9 vBt) . .n UM t, rasa a t -'- I 18 5 ? : r '3BBBBB KB Ba'BBlBBBBB r i' w I x o i f'lr.i! I lLLL'UiI! i a1 uS&i-3o- a. a a. a, a. SD5QSB 2Sl II i5mSS mw SSBBB ! ! -- t" '""Rij. in o Bucken's ThebestSslTeln the Arnica world Salre for Cuts, Bruliee, niiiij & Mississippi ii. w. The Direct to .im Ur)H 3 n-- PHB3BBI3B I'- 'ns BB oA V-- mi 'i ! Bores. Ulcan, Salt Kneum, Fmr Sorei, Teller, Chapped Usnds, CbllbUloi, Corns, and all Hkln Eruptions sni posItlTely cures Piles, or no pay I Isgusrsnteedto give perfrit satlitic-tl- ot relunJed. Price ii cenu pof ! or me a -- 9 3 Ioralet ij Penny t McAllitcr. , n Enc to Bone Scraping. Edwsrd Shepherd, of Hmlsburg, III , isyi "UsTlng received so tancn beaofit from Electric r foi It mr dutr to let suffering humsn- m Ity know it. Have hd s running sore on my lerf woum lor eight yan; uiy doctors ton me umi i hsre'toluve the bone scrip jd or fe? snlputsted. I used, lnitesd, three boitlei of Electric BltUrs ..,i....iiiinTH Arnica Salve, and toy leg Is now 50 sound and fell " Blectrtc- - Bitter, are .old at a'bottle and nucilin? Arnica Sstre at 23c rent per kox by Penny A Mcalliter. Capltla li tail r.nuS bra T.rpM (on dlllonor Ih. Liv.r,.. Dfiwpilt, Oo.'tlpalloo, Plllouje til J.tinJlc.,llr4.4rb,IUl4tl,llb,omll,Di,,l. Il rtfuLI" ta.bowcia. nirin.. ptln4. tad atr.acth.aa'u.. ijft.ak laU,.lkUriiaVStBOtaSIC Thouoa.ofTt,Huioo-li- l 111 Will 111 ! a edr. for U,rr iLTOi? t.ll uu St. Louis & tho Wost Northweit and Sc,ulhweit by tbe way of BBBB 0lfcA.WUC4 BB uk M JaOIIISTILLEorOIXOIlVlVATI. rt1Mni-r-n IS3BBB5.5B BBBB'BSilSB va kwImm Vo(.(lo h m P prrlli rn.ni. J AtMiUi rtpumlop. THE ONLY TRUE MAYV1LLK IIBANUII. Leavto; Chattanooga for Lou-A- il l.vUIe and pinclnnail make "NoTRT jKo. 6T. direct lonnecllon at those points with the LightNoaTU-ItopiiDally Ually ning Expree. on tbe Obfo A Mlntulppl fur at Ex. Hun, Hi. Uun. Loul. aud all point. Wet. from Loulivllle iri HOUrS Only to .. Loun, being or tlncln-I- Lve Covington- VWpu two hour, nstl " Lexington 7 23 a ra 4 so pin quicker than any other line, giving our pa.jengera " Parli... fi 30 i iu timo for meal, aud first cbolco of uta lu trains Arr Mtlleriburg .... 8 40 a ni 147 pa o. -- Tj..,.. U Slum Wo. going West . w hit wife had besu troubled with acute Bronchitis no for many yean and that alt reuiHt tiled tfare permanent rellel, until b procure I a bottle of FACTS RECAX01H0 ew uiscoTery iur wu.uuj.u, Dr. King's .I Pnlds. which bad a magical fflect and product a permanent cure. U is guaranteed to . cute all diseases onne anroi, uuu.vt uiuv.-- - th HEALTH and VIOOB or.Tbu.XHt . Iu allllioM Trial bottles freiat Penny A McAIIsNI alTubi. dlteane eipoc Ur'i. . tlnn. with Immediate and woniltrliil re.ul Enlivens Tht Beaut of Youth. mutele. and nerve. recHvo uewrorci Llrnl.k 1'iiMr. nalwart a young .i "Jt iuj .... .nntisuirerfiiU from all eomplatnts Ifo matlM bow handsome noihlej can make up for a pocuiurtoii.elr.ti will nu.iiu man maybe otbenrlie. tpvvuj DK. ItAJlTKR'H IRON iraire n mio n partially bald beadv Bhlnlng talenta are it give, eiiniuiir-aw may be cure, .ironsc.ia near ami ueauyjr bnlog poll U not TM Tlio pla sleknessoraiiythlng else, yet Parker's Ulr BsN IUnTll'lll0:'lO!(l oll'yluai .Buuui!..iBiHcounterfcltliiKhayr b ? to inepopuiar loss of ths halt and start a new riVeraiiMliiuSll' t -safa will stop lh Kettho Ohioinal awix Bkst ooVtlVglorfil Mft hlr qulck,y at" tho do not WMrtw orlginil color lurprlsVyou-restorlng- ths SUo.iriBtfiaDd 0.fullnJrmatlM..M.JF dye. not oily, delicately persa'nwllroe: Fo Oft. Hahtjr'b Iom Tcwio is por Sal by au c dressing. Only alandsrd OoiirtTiT amo C)ALrna FvffiviMn. fumed. -- Startling Discovery, int.niou.of HUton. Dak., writes tha A IRON TONIC ins going by way uf Chicago. 12 Hours Quioker SS'SIIJ; W; ' " Johiuon " May.vllln Botmi-RortH- Carllile- - . 9 00 a in 0 07 pin 9 48 a in 7 00 ii 10 30 a m 7 pm u O. &TUL. Always mako. Ually Dally Ex. Bud Ex. Hun S S I I il rvoTsr u 1 Lve May.vllie...., Fast Timo and Suro Con With all Line, at nsotiona " " ' Arr " " Jobnaon. Carllile. so a m I 41a 20ptu 1 Irla. 1exlngton.... OivlnKtnn Mlllenburg.. ... 7 44 a ml K 09 pm h 10 a m 8 33p m 0 tOa m n II Hfta ml UMpiii n in 2 43 p iu Slpn wpm ,,. .-- riWalronM St. Louis and Intermediate Points. NeFcrrleti! NoOmulbuaTrHaiit fern I Connection, aisd. In Unlod Depot tii. Loulrf. wlt.b trains of line, gslnj West, NorthwwJ and Bouthweai. It you are going Wast to any taint, call on or wtlto to the undrr.Ipied. For full and reliable fnforinalloa fn regard .to Land, Ac., In the Weitero HUtea. Wap, OnlhW and liweir special rate, for Tickets and Ilouaebold Goods to all points West call on oraudrtef Jfasenger Ag'tOhlo AMlilnTpfTl Railway. Harrodabuw, Ky w. n. HnATTip, w.lw. peabOdy, O.b'l'Paas. Agt, Prewt'and Uen'lMan'gr,C. W. PAItlfl, Central Paswnger Agont, attrsit-iTsvfNl- ta LADIES ""t""; ".""; Hyoulanrt-.tljtde.lrolu.U- Notr, TralnNo.8run.dallr from Knoxvllle. Wloehealerand Iyexlcgtoo to Covlbglon. TralnNo. 1 rum via Lexington and Tarl., dm) sol rU.W.nehwUr and Pari. Train No. S I. dally between ingtcn abd Tarli, but la dally from Cincinnati to Knoxvllle. Lexlpgton and ParlcKo. 82, dally except r, leanjl'arl.SiOaui; arr Lexingtons 10am. No. M, dally oxcept Bunday, leave Lexington 4 30 p ro; arrive X'arli 5 Ifi p ni. rUn Tl WlnelweUr, WLL,.De;NoC''.."n'1 Polld Weeping qin'clhfa.inn'dltlchulood, Va. andCan betwees WlncheiUi. ani WaMrinttpn, V. 0. Throuuh uekete and baggage checked to anr d Hln!ta reached by railroad. excepl-tjunda- Ix Bun-da- unnnrau, unio. CW.lTfr'leneral Manager - H.wM OearlVia' Ay