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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885031701 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 VOL. XIV. 111 Tender Memories. Hi The Whipping-Poe- t, m iifcfio OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. imfiral NO. 5, - STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1885. IMMENSE MOCK OFof the whipping-po- tt The The following linen found in the North-wuttLaneatter. inin Kentucky becomes a question of Qmmercial Iravtltr will touch a re Rev. W. I. Fowle, the pastor of the iponsive chord in manr heart: "I eaw mv creasing Interest as the legislative canvass Christian church at this place, is seriously rubllahed Tueadaym nHcf Friday wife pnll out the bottom drawer of the old progresses. Already a number of candiill with pneumonia. There were no serbureau this evening, and I went softly out dates have declared themselves in its favor, vices at his church Sunday in AT-?iJconsequence. 3.00 and wandered up and down until I knew meeting the approval of some of the beet Mr, Mitchell Burdett, a eon of Mrs. Whan paid strictly to adranc. It we bat to ahe had abut itnnd gone to her sewing. county paper', and it is probable that a Eliza Burdett, deceased, died of typhoid We have eome things laid away in that whippingpost bill will be offered at the fever last TRIMMED AND- ut any time, t3.06 will be chanted. week, in the 27 year of his age. session. Such a bill failed of passage drawer which the gold oCkinga could not, next He was a moral young man possessing the buy, and yet tbey are relics which a few years since only through the vote of friendship of maoy. Hia remaids were inW. WALTON. grieve ua until both our hearts are aore. I the President of the Senate. Meanwhilo terred in the Lancaster Cemetery. haven't dared to look at them for a year; the evils which suggest the need of a whip Mrs H. C. Kaufiman and little Louise MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. but I remember each article. Tber ie ping post have incietsedj rather than dl are visiting relatives in Richmond this -- ATtwo worn shoes, a little chip hat with part mlnished, o that it need not be unexpect-te- d week. Mlas May Managed br Jno. B. Fith. Wilmore, of Lexington, if the lah should be resorted as a punof the rim gone, eome stocking., pants, a is vl'itln Miss Mumie Olds. Misses E la Oeo. Y. Biker I emlling oyer the ad-y- tnt coat, two or three .pool-- , bits of broken ishment for petty crime. At present and Georgia Moore.a pair of Lower Utrrard of a daughter. She will be called crockery, a whip and eeveral toya. Wife, in the penitentiary is imposed beauties, are guest- - of Mr. R C. F.rr's Robecca. poor thins, com to that drawer every day for crimes of such low degree that this in Lieut. G.R Bndlev, of Farmdsle, Ky., i Oje lijr one tt.i old land mark are of her life and prays over it, and lets her stitulion is always overcrowded. The counvisiting his father, Col. W. O. Bradley. ALL PRICES AND STYLES. disappearing, C. W. Adams la hating the tear fall upon the precious articles, but I ty jails, too, are seldom lacking for in Ol last Friday, death again Invaded old locust taken up from before bia door. dare not go. Sometimes we rpeak of little mates, Tbey rather seem to be desirable the family of Mrs. Eliza Burdett, deceared, TMe old tree hia been .landing for many Jack, but not often. It baa been a long retreats for many worthless characters who claiming as its victim Miss Anna Burdett, a are o'ipr set out In time, but somehow we can't get over our feel no shame at being prisoner', while be years. Sugar young lady who was known and beloved place ol the old locusts. ing well fed in idleners is preferred to labor for her grieving. Sjmetimes when we ait alone, many excellent qualities. At an Alex. Pol eel waa arrteted and placed writing and ahe sewing, a child in the street of any kind. eirly ape she became a member of the in jail lat Siturlsy charged with dealing will cll out m our boy used to do, and we It U not surprising that the prevalence, Christian church and all who knew her about 50 pounla of tobicci from J a. both atari up with beating hearts and a in so many sections, of petty thieving and bear witness that the never turned aside Robert.. The lobicco waa in the "hand'.' wild hope,onlr"to find the dartnesa a great- other crime' against which the oidlnary from IheV.ith of a pure and devont christand wm found corered up In a etcck ptn er burdin than ever. It ia etill and quiet penalties have no effect, should lead honest ian. After a funeral sermon by Eld. Zol-lar- s clwe to where Poteet wm at work, Peo now. I look up to the window where hi; citizens to favor any meaetire promising reher roroftna were interred in our quiet don't believe Alex, to be blue eyes used to rparkle at my coming, lief. The wbipplng-pos- t. pie gencrall will be opposed city of the dead. To the bereaved sister guilty. but he la not there. I listen for hit' pat- by many on general principle, but these and brothers we join their many relatives -- MIm Cleo Wllllami U on the tick lUt ting feet, hia merry shout and his ringing objectors have failed to suggest any meas- and friends in a heartfelt sympathy. Your thlaweek. Mersn. C. Crooke, C. B. Nleld laujb, but tbero ia no eound. There la no ure more desirable which can he depended loss has been great but it was her gain. and Oeo. W. Colbert, of Altamont, epeat one to March my pocketa and tease me for upon as effective. The question now seems She passed on before that she might lure Sunday In town. Ju. Maret hu rtlursed present, and I never find the chalra turn- to be whether Kentuckians will submit you on; that your path might ever lead from a butlnea flail to Lancaster and ed over, the broom down, or ropes tied to longer to the annoyances we have deecrib heavenward. Richmond. W. B. Riatey, of London, the s. I want tome one to tease ed In preference to the sentimental objecAn exceptionally elegant impromptu waa in town yesterday. Mr. Wilt Sparks, me for my knife, to ride on my shoulder, tion that the whlpplng.post is barbarous. hop was given by the German Club at Odd of LsaUrllle, waa here Sunday. Mr. E to lose my ax, to follow roe to the gale Louisville Commeicial. Fellow's Hall last Friday evening. A good J. Lower, of Virginia, la in town when I go, and be there to meet me when I McCn.EA.nY. The fresh color of attendance and excellent music, dispensed Gov. (Monday', Mewr. Jack Adama, Jr., and come some; to call 'good night' Irom tne don't you remember aweot Alice, Ben Bolt!" "Her bright imlle haunts me Hill!" Senator Eaatis is well matched by that of by an Italian Orchestra from Louisville, 'O, No wonder, she got her paint from Bourn. H. W. Peril have returned from the citiea little bed now empty. "Yes,! saw herlatt at Dr. Bourne's Drugstore.' And wife ahe mlas MeCrearv. of Kentucky, who Is a member made the evening very enjoyable to the where they went to buy spring good. F. m him ntlll mora. There are no little feet "O, write ma a letter from bom, "John Anderson, mr Joe John, you hair next House. Ue has been In Wash- maoy young people present. The followAnd get the lUtlonerj from Bourne. aaow your eye It dim!" L. Thompson hai gone to Louisville thia to watb, no prayers to My, no voice teasing of the ington in the last few days. I never have ing is a Hat of the participant: Miss Mary "I wonder If ibe Iotcs me V week to purchaae a large ttooV of good, for lumps of eugar, oreobblng with the pain Tell the old coon to g to Bjurne'e and sjaV so-Misses Nlcholasville, seen a Southern man with a more perfect Annie Wilmore, Bhe will If you buy your biutlfien from hie hair dressing and a pair of 1 Btet about which he will inform hi. customers ol a hurt tot; and ahe would give her life Bourne. complexion. McCreary'e face is as clear as Katie Mason, Nell Duncan, Ella Watson, celebrated It nek Cryital Bpecki." through thl column. almojt to awake tX midnight and look bloom and then they wither." that of a.achoolbov. His color Is as fresh Mamie O ds, Bertie Collier, Leila and Altte "Bomsperfumes are made Into extracti for Bourne. "Shall I nerer more behold thee?" Tbe croM at the crib and ace our boy there aa as that ol a resident of Montreal. His Marksbury, Juliet GUI, L)na Irvine and Atntuckf Pattand Present "Yen, and In good health, for I get my medkiser "Kathleen Marourneen, the gray dawn Is breakIrom Bourne." waa removed to Lex he used to be. So we preserve our relics, eyes are a is the Mattie BroWn, Lancaster, and Messrs. The 8tate Ctpilal k. His hair ing!" and when we are dad we hope that stran- blackest Briajali, Craft, Smoot, Denny, Fox, falls in inglon June 4,1702 "I'm glad of It; Bourne hu to manr nice goodi "What are tbe wild wares saying?" I have ever Men. It Bourne, Bourne, Boarne, Bourne, Bourne! I want to tale the whole dajr purchasing.-- ' of Kentucky waa ger will handle them tenderly, even II straight lines upon each side of his good- - Harlan, Dtlgan, and Wiseman, of Danville, The fift they abed no teats over tbem ' Bre-- k, do tell Lilly Dale to put Pick a Eoo In Aunt Bcdy'a old arm cbatr and star adopted April li 1702 Burnam, Harris and Dunn, of RichThen, Katy darling, natured face. It la only from the Weal Trie first train to -- "Vr LuiisvllU waa and SoutLwcvit that you see men with hair mond, and Meier. Kinnaird, Landram, "Rock me to aleep, mother," while you go to Bourne's New Dtug Store and get me a Tooth Brassy Compelled to Dance. from Lexington In ls.l Letter Paper, aw A atory hw juat come to light in Can- falling in straight masses upon each side West, Stormes. Kee Kinnaird, Owsley,1 some Toilet Boap, a ps.tr of LeMore'a Perltcoplc Lenses, some of hia In 1770 Keotuckr had m white Inhabt-tant- a ton, G., which a fiords much amusement of the face. This it where Gen. Logan Johnston, Duffban, Walker and Logan bottle of Vanilla for your mother, strengthening Cordial for your grandmother and some worm cway within her territory to nativee at the expense of three Boston learned the fashion of wearing bis hair. Lancaster. for Jeems, and go quick or I'll make you think "Toll cruel war Is not over." Thepreeentconatltution ot Kentucky wia dudee, whose connection with the opening McCrearr dreases in spotless black. HU The Success of a Creamery. adopted June 11, ISM. of a Georgia marble quarry took them linen ia as fresh and clean as his complex Qne of our exchanges has this reported The firit nail factory in Kentucky waa there. Ther have had much amusement ion. It is a pleasant alght to look at such st)ocesrf the creamery at Lebanon, Pa: The established at Lexington in 1807. with mountain boosters and delighted In a m.n a McCreary. His record is a very creamery commenced operations in NoThe first railroad in the West waa built showing oft their superior accomplish- - good one. He i a great addition to the vember, making 100 pounds of bntter per from Lexlfigton to Frankfort in 1S32. men's. While on the way to Talei Wed- next Houe. He is a man of mny re day, on the Fairlamb system. Tbe farmThe number of State Representative la nesday they met two harmleaa looking quiremeutt and is said to have much of the ers were so pleased with the cooperative one hasdred, and the number of Senators country boya who, barefooted and with eloquence of his distinguished relative, the system that they commenced at once inthirty-tigh- t. Y. World. AND- but one suspender over their sboulderr, Me Senator McCreary.-- N. creasing the number of cows. In one month The State received $30,000 net revenue were trudging to town. The Boetooiens' In 600 additional cream cans were purchased . Where Not to Start a Papeb. in the Wit two yean from hiring out con- atepped in front of them and ordered them his letter to the amateur journalists, Rob- and now they have ordered 200 more, and vict. to dance to a Mauachuactta juba. calculate by spring to add 1 000 more. ert J. Burdette offers some sage ad-i- ce In 131C the Eastern Lunatic Asylum, A Fall ftiid complete assortment of Fnrnllure, embracing Whan the mountaineers brcame .satisfied resardins the starting of newspapers. Says 'Squire Rogers, who keeps aeven cows, has the 6rt one in the State, waa built at LexSuites. erything from tbe Cheapest to the Finest that the B Etonians were in earnest they he: kept an exact account, and reports an averpurchases, ne matter' ington. to go to the large cities to make II he starts a newspaper in a town where age of $7 per cow for the cream sold each revolvers and pulled out two The 6rt celebration rf Independence what quantity or quality yon want, as can and will duplicate changed the programme by ordering the month. This is a good showing for winter in Kentucky wai at Lexington, July 4, any prices yon can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Alam Or where there are already five pipers in milking. At tho same rate 'Squire Rogdudes to dance. Thinking to humor the 1778. full assortment ol Collins, Caes, Nhronds and Robes, emfertfte- town; oke and thtii eacape easily they danced a ue' cows will yield $550 a year money Tbe first race courts in Kentucky waa to start a not heretofore made. It will not require lng all the New Styles, both cheap and expensive, Or, if a long primer man tries organuid and Hill exist at Lexington, Ju awhile, but the boys would not let them opposite St, Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. halt. For five hour under the cover of nonpareil papr; exceeding twenty-onacres of land to keep 15J-ly 10. pa-pjig Or if he try to run an the cows. The same land in wheat, at The present warden ayatem of the peni- revolvera the BstonUn danced such a -T. on a two column baiir; When the as has never before bjen seen twenty bushels per acre and $1 per bushel tentiary w. established by an rt rf the and Or, If be skin his home time wai up one of the mountaineers exfor the wheat, would last be $420. The legislature May ,t, 1384. cut rates for foreign ads; cost of labor of milking and caring for the published weilof the claimed "Now, dan? it, rue!'' The The firt newspaper Or, if he start out by giving a $3 puQ for cows is not so great as tbe cost of seeding were only too glad to do no and Alleghany Mjuntain km by John BradAND PAPEE HANGER. comb; reached town footsore and weary. Tney a t and harvrstirg the wbtat. In one cste the ford, at Lsxington, in 17S7. a paper because he has land is greatly improved and in the other Fresco Celling Paper Kscglng a Specialty. All XNYalTAiILE T Si! Or, If he start The Governor of Kentucky mint be thir-t- y are now seeking legal redres. wm bvaaiicai-DEF.iilOrders Promptly Attended to. thing 4C0-- tl failed at Notwitt standing to all applicants ft year giettly impoverished. 8TAKF0BD, B.Y. Erl" r-S- fl JL old. nrve four years, and la flTejtan Mrs. 1: I) E N. Southworth hss just .n,, i ntistomcra or last without Then, Indeed, hath he bitten of! more the thousands of creameries now in oper-atlu- n ni-wnonniflln, llluitratlont. nrife. fr a nr v aim TH ineligible for the rext four years. finished her seventy fir't novl -- ten more AJAXi UWIil iUAAls rifwriniinni and directions for planting and his paper, niasllc.te, in bis country, the demand for but- HUUOJSOIV i .....hia nd rinwor SEEDS. UUL.H8. etc Kentucky I, now ninety three tear old, than one for everv year of her life. Bon- than he can K.Y. BTANFOKD, belored by the gods, will die young and ter is not half supplied, and much e D.M;FERRY&CO.D,222,T and yet there are thousand of her citizens ner h4 an ironclad contract with her, binduth side Main titroet, two doors above Office fresh. the Myers Hotel: is made to fill the O till Uktn lh lev Iw who know rery little about ber. ing her to write for him alone, and on dePure Nitrous Oxide Oas administered whan rethculct of that clui ot Neuiuloia Core. A gentleman who Strckman. quired. lemeiliet. amt hat gtttn Of trie nu;ub!r of prisoners In the prnl $3,000 a year. Her novel "The tnrti la mand, at almost ualierut iitndn-tiufrom neuralgia rl TO S DATS. . tentlary it Frankfort for the jwr 1SSI, Hidden Hand" has never been put into had been a creat sufferer fOauutul not wl DB. W. B PENNY-schools inquir . A teacher in one of our BROS, Ml'Rflir l'arlj.Ter ctut Btrutiri. wan cured by tobacco: "He nearly two third' r.f them could neither cover, but hn been published in full four reports that he O hi l won tho fifor of ed the other day if any of her echolars ttrdsolb'tt). STANFORD, KENTUCKY. got him a faw leaves, dipped them In hot the P'jl U and now lanL rjad or write. "dantlmw in the Lulgtr Mrs. Southworth is a llmsCbiUCs. amoi g tho leading Mali. bandaged his head with them cauld give the definition of the word Office on Line ter street, rext dor to Istr- I cuiei 'j mc ouuoni. Cincinnati,! The Governor and Auditor estimate the pleistnt compinion, vivacloua and full of water and w a. .. l9MIlll. Ft entirely relieved, dy." ThU seemed a puzzler till a little bjy riok Journal orUe". Offlca hours from S to wnen wa Ohio, IradkiJ. aJuilnlstred m, and I to expense of co'nvcnin.: the Lsglslatvre lu a humorous anecdote. Sbo has a charming and In ten minulei Soldhr Inilts. Il5l-tyheld up his hand and said: necessary. 5 P. U. Anesthetics and has not felt the near the front ItucSI.OU. Ctlled would cot die Stale $150, home at Yonkerc, with her son, Dr. Rich- cjlept well all nigh, know what a dandy ith." "And wh.t Brightest touch of p.in eince." This is cer000. mond Southworth the child whom she should be glad iaiiV "He ith a boy what kitheth the Senator are chr sen fnr four years, and nursed inillliction while aha was teaching tainly worth a trial. We nub girlth." niti.t lie thir'y t isht tear of Hjje nnd n res-- I a diKttlct echool of eixty puplla and writing to have a report from some of our Till: REV. OEO. II. TH A YKH, of Bourbon, Ind gcribers who may try It. Sentinel-Dlent of the .'ttte lx Tear, nnd one year her fitot nove1, "Retribution." In Georgt-tow'i aye "Both rojrtelf nnd wife owe our lives to in th dis'rict. Consumption Cure." For sale by Penny A D. C.nho owns "Project Collage," ocrat. The tirt ludjfe of Free Maaonn in the now occupied by her daughter, Mrs. LawThe President and faculty of Harvard McAllitir ABE YOU MADE MISERABLE by IndigesWent w.tn organizjil in Lexington Novemfamily. Mrs. Southworth has a Colleee refused to grant the petition of 900 rence, and tion, Couttipatloo, Dlizlneu, Lota of Appetite, ber 17, 1763 No 123, now known an L dge troop of grandchildren who come to her for graduates, who ask that attendance at Yellow SUn Sblloh'a VitalUer Is a poltlve No 1. ginger-brea- d and salute her an "Grandma morning prayers be made voluntary for cure. For taleby Penny A McAltster. According to the present constitution of Emma.'' under graduates 21 years old and orer, and t Positive Cure for Piles. Kintuckv slavery still xi"t in this Slate "Snail farms" have been Introduced in optional, according to tho wishes of To the poople of this county we would say that tbo constitution not htrlnu' been changed Swlzerland, where many gardens round for under graduntes or guudlans, webavobeenglrcn the agency ol Dr. Marchlsl'a ince 1851. are under 21 year. Davos nnd Lnnduuart In the Gr'son Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed this used f jr the sole cultivation of the delica The constitution says the credit of Internal, External, or moiiey The United States has 17,000 dentists, to euro Bleeding or refunded Piles. Price 60 cents IIC jmmonwealth .1 r !. Itching shall never he loaned in oy. UUIUiren ainur .U nunun- uii mu r. , I me and five tons of other Blind, No cure, no pay. Penny A McAIIster, a Ion of gold a box. aid of any person, corporation, rusociatloti, hedges In summer and place them on bunt-- e who ueo metalfl and make 4,000,000 artificial leeth Druggists. or municipality. There they are fed on re- - annually. Only one American In eighty is w...,-" in the fr:u Daughters, Wyes and Mothers. -- 'v " Tbo llr.it c'ectlon unJer the pirocnt fue vegetable leave, nnd surrounded by a found to have perfect teeth, and one third We emphatically giuranteo Dr. Marchlsl'a Ca- for judges and clerka of the Court Sulky Plows, Liiasjs. thick barrier of sawdust, which prevents population make more or less Ufc of thollcau, a femalo remedy, to euro Female Diseas- Dayton Steel Plows. Champion Steel Plows, Champion of Appeals took place on the, second Mon- thelrecapf. When thecold wta'her cimsi of the es, such as Ov.rlan troubles, Inflammation and Gale Chilled y , thoarliGclal product. Ulceration, Falling and dlsplaccmsnt or bearing day in May, 1851. Stone Plows. Lone Star Plows, Bissell Chilled Plows, the snail' grown fat, burr thetnutlve.' in the Barrenness, Change Mich-el- l down feeling, Irregatarittlcs, Oae reason why Kate lirowu of Plows, Maysville Hill Side Plows, Malta Double Shovel Cow should be turned out u little whilo sawdust to bejlu their long winter sleep, ol I.lfe, Irtiicorrbwa, besides many weaknesses county. Ind , couldn't drop from the snrliiKlux from the aboie, like JlcaOdche, Illoat- off lo every day for exerclie, no uiattur hov? cold but they aro aoon collected and sent Plows, Minkle Double Shovel Plows, Halls Double, , . ., , her lover's arms wrs becauee l,ng, Hplnal Weakn as, Bleeplossness, Ner-othe weather may be. If confined in stables Italy to be Bold for 14. and lOt.'re? htsket window into ' of th Heart, Ac For sale by Shovel Plows, Minkle Pony Plows, Hall's her hocpiklrt caught on a nail and held and night thry can not develop heat to of two CWt; druggists. Prices Si and It 5p per bottle. 8nd her lutk reproved for un her until the old man got hold of rrti-- t chilling winJc, and will shiver at the Pony Plows, Malta Cultivators, to Dr. Marchlsl, Utlca, N. Y for pamphlet, frco. , A c4orcd woman, when expression of grief, said: "Now look linlr. Kwr sale by Penny A MoAllswr, Drut!st, llnhtent draught ol atr Farmers recog- due hew. honey, wnende gi.)d Lirl -- 'id tie Jenny June dcjcan'.s upon low.nccked nize the nrelty for eiercMng horses In trlbulalltna down, don't you r'poe he Something for the Baby. No cud to Plows I All kinds oi Mown IMowm of all sizes J IMowa length, under the dre-se- s, at is Vpect its In tribuUt?" bouiols a winter, but a inall luimutit cf txercise What attrrlbloalltlctlon ab.ut tha all Prices! Plows Iroui $2.rio to 30, head of "The place to draw the line." The croM, crylog bsbj' A young mn oi the very ftially inilnrtant or rowi. . FOR SALE BV THY IT YOU lib UH.', public wll be only loo gld to know that edge of mitrlmcnr might easily b Irlgtened The. proof of the puiMlugli not in chenlng the Iroui hlspiirpoioby beating too much ol that soit FitnK niKTitiiiiiTioN. Jenny draws it above the waist. Franktry the 11 WUit of music at the homesof his married friends. Yet citiMt lli" grMt null at McTiotartt & iritis, but In laving an opportunity to JIpBoWtH A tU.iSK.tho ItrupgUti, fort Capital. tables cry commonly only when tbey are sick. TliifrcoilUtrlliiitltnof .iinl ifxn'i lni Also dealer lu Buggies, Carriages, Snrrcjs, Spring Wngons, Farm Wb&wMj Into n frea trial bottle of Pr. llouko's Csiiglmmt iH'ttK'.ct lit, llo.inko's CoufjIianJ Lunj WHY WILLtYOU cough when Sulloh'a Cure Oue tcaipoonful of Parker's Tonic glrca the little each and ewy innbo Ii afflicted Lung Syrup for ii Jt iojiuUr ruuiwl) fir C'oiifli, t'oMi.Cons.iiiptbn rellel? Price 50c and SI. For one will bring rest and sleep to the baby and all Uarvestlntf Machines, riantcrs, Hurrows nnd all kinds cf F.im.nu'MachlHerr any will give Immediate .iuj Uroncliltl uovr oa tie uuiVet. UegtiUr ilto CO with CoiikIh, CobU, Aitbtna, Coniutnptton or thehouss. OnlySOcatdrutgtita'. tale by Penny A McAlliter. 1 J Luog AnVctioa. ataniS1.00. lEIt Wmlili FAFlffi! -- r. BEADY FOB THE WALL! M'EOBEETS & STAG&'S. lni ZE3I.O. K,TJIDIJE",2' I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Fall and Winter, comprising the best in the market which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley door-knob- BOURNE! coal-blac- Mc-Ke- e, cou-tltuti- w & Dm UNDERTAKER, iDealei? in Fnniitiire jenr I Parlor ! ugly-lookin- g two-pape- r a ware e eight-colum- n er ers Boa-Ionia- n BOSITEY, T. HOUSE PAINTER! W"FE RRYS r ALttsWf'JB' el; -- tttt-b-cv- ni t DENTI8T,I -- ra n, want.-Pitts-b- urgh iHBB5 Tontlt r. refl-ir- 'I n, Shi-lob- PLOWS! PLOWS! pi-ren- ts lon frs-JiT- f us d-i- -- at !tr" GEO. IK WEAKEN, Agt. ( Nineteen factories employing 1,000 tweon Pcrryvllle and ParksvlllrTa dark Mn Blaine called nt th? White House object which appeared taiimve one blazing e Batiirda? .and naltl hi mmmcIs to the raw aralMipg run ia the little city of eve, suddenly sprang at their hones head,. aktng roller skates. The horse" had been well-knoPresident. They hadneTtfJiatt before, for gentlo-no- , butTheir Intercourse wm as free as If they .Jacob Harper, who recently married a women and children driving It on Ml March 17, 1885 Stafford, Ky had not recently measured swords in one rich vountr ladr near Atlanta, and was j occasions with puriect confidence, but ever 'since the cccnrrcnce of Friday night the of the hottest political cimpalgas of the highly esteemed, died on Friday ninlit , a state ot terror which animal has W. P. WALTON. While preparing his body for burial a nothing can bicn in On pitting Mr. Bliine said. "Mr. age subduo. The dark object rePresident, I sincerely hope that the coun-tr- y shackIo"was found on hlg leg. His wife, ferred t.- jjuipod or sprang toward the may be prosperous and contented under even, djd not know of its existence He hord and then insfivntly disappard, tbe edited bjr John C. Tiic8heU'SniW, young mbn know not where, but they do escaped convict. Cooper, E q , that clerical appearing old your administration and I trust you will has been identified nsan know the object wa of frightlul appeargentleman who look to much like a pre- Gntl your Ufa in Washlnirton one of peri ance and that their horse has not jet cot COUNTt. CRAB JR,CHARDy LINCOLN Mr Cleveland thanked ten over his scare. About one mile from Would kindly ruk your aUeutiun to tho siding elder that the chickens run and hide sonal happiness," fact that thoy havo jrtat returned W. E Kennedy was the lucky holder where the above occurrence in looatrd there when he cornea around, tells a story in its Mr. Blaine for his cordial expressions and from tho cities with a largo, freult aud woll selected stock of is a gate on the farm of Mr- - Caldwell them personally of a fifth ticket in the last Littery through Jwrt iraue which will mako the brethren in assured him that between which no one can pass at night tktse rarts think the old man is stretching there could only be kindly feeling.- This drawing that drew $500. with a lighteJ hntern. This was tested Born to the wife of J. II. Collier on repeatedly a few nights ago br Messrs. ihc blanket might! since he used to teach is indeed an ''era of good feeling. the 13th Inst., twins, a boy and a girl, James Knox and Jno. Crowder. The night Banday tchool here. The story, or perhaps We notice that Mr. W.7T. Price, author was perfectly still and the lantern would Endlosa in variety, dainty in quality, and satisfactory in prices, this wo weighing respectively 7 and 8 pounds. guarwe should rpell it with an 1 and ute bat of "Uarnes' Life, has written a play burn until within a few feet of tho cato old is that a six-yeW. R. Dillion bought 3 No. 1 mare when it would suddenly go out. Lighted antee. Onr aim shall bo at all times to supply ovory want in our lino. two other letters, I'My Old Kentucky Home," which is boy of that county swallowed an eight shortly to ba produced in Louisville br mules in Laurel county lsst week for $100, within ten feet of the gate In either direcHard-war- e inch screw nine months ago and lat week on Effie Ellsler. Like all of Mr. Price'd pro- and sold one of tho number to RoM. Lmd tion It burned without i"trrnptton. Excitement is constantly being Riven an emetic for a suppojed caee ductions it is said to possess a scholarly for $175, and a horso mulo to the same par- increasingover these mT'rries Consi8ls of tho standard brands of Europe and Amorica. Our large lino of raeales threw up the identical icrew, finlih'and an originality most charming. ty for $125. of cooking stoves includes tho justly celebrated "Great Western RMervo" 333 Unknown parties bored in at the front somewhat the worse or the long attempt at His friends in Louisville are anxiously nsro- - 2917. many other f.unity favorites. door of G. W. James' store house last Satdigestion, but still in the rinc. Now Mr. awaiting its rendition. EEPORT OF THE CONDITION OUK CHINA, GLASS, AND QUEENSWARB STOCK consists in part urday night. Their purpose seemed to be Cooper, if you want to maintain yoar rep HOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. ot Table, Ten nnd Chamber Sets completo, Glaeswaro richly cut and etched. to secure money; fortunately none was left Or THK- utation for Teracity in your nauro county In tho way ot Brcadstufls wo name Buckwheat you muBt deny this thing over your own Woodford couoty voted by, a thous- in the drawer. Mr. James hasn't been National Bank of Hustonviile, Our celebrated "G. M." patent flour unrivalled flour, tho queen of nil tribes. lay It entirely on Mr. P, signature or and majority to subscribe for ihe railroad. able as yet to miss any goods. It is thought for cako and pastry, whilo At a sale of rare flowers in London, that the parties must have been rjguhr In tho State of Kontuoky.nt tho closo or Rico and Hominy, our own patiotio products, are arrayed as faithful adjuncts. Washington letter the New York In its business Mar. 10, 1U85. 131 or $655. professionals, from the manner in which World gives a circumstantial account of an orchid in bloom sold 'or All tho delicacies in foreign nnd domestio confections nro here. The idle convicts in the Kentucky they made their entrance. the corrupt influence which placed Mr. Tin, Stone, Wooden and Willowware, Electric latnpj, Stationery, Canned The boys have organlzsd a Debating Ki:S0U UCK8. penitentiary are coining nickels by the Loan ami dlKouuU...... Stanley Matthews upon the Supreme ..- M. SSI.IM SI -- eats und Fruits, nnd a complete lino of Cigars and M Society with some 19 members, under the Tobaccos. Well this is 3,019 52 Bench of the United States. The facts as James Cretghton was given 21 years at style of C. O, Literary and Debating Soci- OTerdrarn... V S. only a hint of what wo have. 20,000 01 set forth have been touched upon variously Georgetown for tbe murder of Ambrose ety. The following gentlemen were tlected Pue from arrroreil rvMrro sgenti 4.8M 6 Believing that wo can mnko it to your iutcreat, wo confidently ink an ox. bat never with ouch detail as therein given Wilson. 1,711 91 officers: Dr. W. M. Doores, President, Iue from other National Hanks animation of our goods nop your patronage, . mob took three negroes from tbe contribution of S300.000 made Ktal Jjtate, Furniture nj flituri.... The A 1,510 II Frank Wayman V.-P- ., Hal Moore, Seu'y. 00 CI to the republican campaign fund in 1SS0 jail at Union City, Tenn , and hung them and Treas. The books are still open for Currtut ezenm and taxes paid ..... Respectfully, TAYLOR BROS. Checks and other cash Items 273 by Jay Gould and Huntington was made for murder. membership. 1,928 CO The society meets every Bills of other Hanks .... Mary II. Conkling, sister of Soscoe Monday night with the direct understanding that Garfield ...,........... 4,501 M bixtlo.. ............. at the district rchool-house- ; ..,........ 2.0M 00 nsi..., should appoint Mittbews to the Supreme Conkling, died in Rochester N..Y., Thurs- every body invited. Kedcmptlon fund with 17. 8. Treasurer beach as a protection to the .Railway Mo- day, aged CO. The democratic candidates for noml "i per rent, of circulation) 900 00 .... It is generally believed in Washington nation lor Jieprceemauve an put nopolists. So it is alleged. The money For Coil or wood. in their Tola) SUO.6I0 i J used to corrnptand cirry Indiana for that ex Senator Pendleton will succeed appearance jwm here last Saturday and each This lUnge Is Extra llej- - and is LI A III LIT IKS. Garfield. There was a compact binding Minister Lowell. made of tbe Tir test Juniata Chardelivered himsalf of a speech, and seemed Capital Stock paid In SJO.000 00 coal Iron. Tbe new Senate stands 41 republicans lli cajt top and front iw5iMiriaiipi229ssssssBB GarGeld to oppolnt Matthews. There arc and have his following. Etch of the candi- Surplus fund. 2,5t0 00 with Entire Wrought Iron to 31 democrats, with Illinois to hear from. to to this document. Warming una extends un4er UmllWded profit. 1,801 K Oten. Aeren witness dates have improved considerably in entire itnsth ut lungs. Automat o National Bank notes outstanding 18,000 00 PJatt, It is said, knows all about it. The House has 182 democratic members speecn U'en hlnlf. hcetlunsl Fir Llnlncs tossing, and by tbe time liie nomi lmllTldualIfitHUsiiljft to chpek 41,713 63 and Cut Centers. N ckrl name plate, and republicans.-IT 'ss.M May we not hope now for, some sort of nation is made, no doubt that all will Due toother National Hanks 3,3M04 kiobi and hlns-- pins. Adjustable President AVricht announces that the side shelf and all modern Improsr-neothat, will briDg all theshame'ul have become great orators. Mr. J. il. MilTotal .".....'. Soutnern Exposition of lS5at Louisville !1207J Can l arranged with Heater for ' facts in this case to lishl? will open on Saturday, Au. 15, and clcse ler complained to the county committeehot and ro'd water. STATK OK KENTUCKY, man for this precinct as to tbe appointsick at Water Ilex er Heater extra ( ' County of Lincoln, must make those oi Saturday, Oct. 24. ment of W- - O. Hinaford as a judge of tbe heart after spending weeks in obtaining V. Hocker, Caihlcr.of the a bo re named I, J. Congressm J. D. Richardson, t. IUnk, names to a netitlon to the President, to of Tennessee, will be the tallest member of primary election as there was to very good Is true do Ml mnl j- swear tbt tha aboie utititit to the best of mt WnewlrtrcaiKl Mlef H. HIGGINS, he stated to a distinguished call- tbe next House, ne stands neatly seven feeling between the above named gentlelearn that J. W. JlOCKKlt, Cashier, men; the matter was laid before Judge SriXIAl. AOENT, er that he had made up his mind not to be feet in his stocking feet. BiulaerlN-and twern to Ivfere me this IS Usr of Mar., mt. U. K. I'KACOCK, N. V governed in the selection of men by petiThe republican Senators show a strong Hansford and he declined to act any furN (an ford, Kentucky Cornet Attest tions and spoke of the cheap character of determination to sit squarely down on any- ther and Judge J. F. Higgins was selected At coax, E6wiD nch recommendations, expresiing himself thing like a dismissal of officials, simply in his stead, which seemed to bo satisfactory J.W.'KATHKroD. y Directors. Joiim O. CARrKMTla) with all the candidates. AfUr the cmdi-date- s as satisfied that he could pick out the prop- because they are republicans. were through speaking W. O. Htns-forer men for appointment to cfH:e by a difMackln, of Chicago, for tampering UTO. X705. was called for to givo an account of and far better method of choosing. with the returns of an election in Chicago, ferent REPORT OF THE CONDITION "Cheap character of petitions" is good and has been sentenced to the Joliet peniten- his trip to Washington City and a history we respectfully call the attention of Gov. tiary for two years and to pay a fine of of the Inauguration as it was seen by himelf;'this he did in a brief, concise man The Farmers National Bank Knott to it. Perhaps if ho will take the 15,000 The news from Europe tends to the be- ner, and was enjoyed by all present and estrouble to inform himtelf he will find that OK1LKM 1H- petitions are really ot a cheap character lief that war between England and Russia pecially by those who had aflt read an ac AT and that the average man will sign any- may at any moment be precipitated by the count of the eventful occasion. In the atnto of Kentucky, at the Close of Drugs, Books, Stationery and C ?aK-" thing he is asked to, except it be n promise movement of the Russians into the Afghan Business. Mar 10, 1B80. OANHLLE. BOYLE COUNT t. r.TrFancy Articles. for money, and there are many who will do territory. Many of the applicants for office who The trustees of the Broadway M. K IlESO URCES. ihat, when they are sure it can't ba made Phjslclans' inscriptions accurately compounded. went to Washington to present their claims Church will offer for sale Also .JJ,9;l 41 (Monday) Loam and discounts out of them. Orerdrans 1,877 1 from'-'thstates in,perto3 are now leaving for homeeaQa. the house and lot cor. 4th and Broadway. Capital rfprJusrsVliaV'BV - MfjLaaaaattatisri U.H B)ndstoseeuro circulation. 75,000 (0 A telegram Miss Mittio Bent Rave n progressive Other stocks, moving tied 'Mat the President lnds and mortgages ..- .- 23,000 09 tint when Mr. Cleveland asked if there slowly In making changes. intends euchre part Turedar evening at tbe home Duo from approte reserre amenta H.Cll 31 was no other office that he could give Phil 4 171 15 Tha Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, Wjle the thermometer was 30' below of her sister, Mrs. W. O. Qoodloe on l'.h Due from other National IUnks Thompson but the Commisslonershlp that Ileal estate, furniture and fixtures- Jewelry and Silverware 7,117 4fi street. zero in Vermont Friday, a thunder storm would satisf? him and his friends, it "dU- 131 47 Harry, the little son of Mr. J. O. Evans Current eipenses and taxes pild. ... was prevailing rear Shelbyville, Tcnn, dur boufbt to this market Premiums paid ,............... 2.4JJ 7S Eer Lowest. Watches, Clocks Prltea Lower than cauraged Mr. Carlisle, made Joe Black--buthe and Jewelry ing whicn one man was killed by lightning on whom Dr. J. C. Bogle performed the op- Bills of other IUnk ,8S0 00 on sboit noUc and Warranted. mad, disgusted Jack Chinn, who is eration of trecheotomv for croup is do Fractional paper currency, nickels and and several others severely burned. the principal worker here for Thompson, ing well with a good prospect for recovery. 6 3C A mob did a creditable act at Indeand Joe Miller and 3,000 00 aad seat Randall A. P, Wilson has sold the western half IF. C. IJHIGIIT. pendence, Kansas, wheu they took Frank cciiutAiv. e.soooo stock clear up." This is terrible if Bon of the Central House and grounds to P. Legal tender notes ham, charged with (he murder of his Hedemptlon fund wllh U. 8. Treasurer true. It is bad enough to have Mr. Car-titl- e (5 percentof circulation) ..... 8,375 00 mother, brother and sister, and hung him Mannlni for $4,000. Mr. Mannini will become discoursed; Joe Elackburn's keep a confectionary in the room now occuto the railroad trestle. There was no doubt Total JdO.WS 09 wrath is cot to be enezd at, but Jack pied br Mr. Wilson as a grocery and fit up. LIABILITIES. about him guilt. Cluaa'd disgust must wither the President. the old hotel dining room for a restaurant. Capital stock paid In....... ......... -- 5200,000 oo Secretary Bayard has the - 83,000 00 Jkseaan he must be to attempt to thwart clerks in Ihe State .Departmentnotified they A Tea was given by the Ladies Mis- Surplus Kund..M.M.M Undlslded profits - 3,98) 03 tie wishes of this distinguished trio and need have no fear of losing their that sionary Society of the Camberlan d Presby- National llank Notes outstanding..... ... 07,500 00 positions .Kentucky, thiough us, demands that he -through a change of administration, as he terian church at the residence of Mr. W. Individual deposits subject to check .. 93,U 3 IN- resign aadgo into bis hole. Due to other National Xj. Caldwell, this county, 3,0 it was a very Du to StaU Hanks andHanks. .. 6,109 S90 did not propose to dismiss any one except .. Bankers..... pleasant affair and was attended by a large "Vice Pmbbideht Hendricks has sub- for neglect of duty. by l 4 10,938 (.9 The five Kentucky Congressmen who number of young folks and married people Total.. jected himself to very eeytre critlcpm, bTATE OP KENTUCKY, 1 o $ir. J. Q. filler, of voted against balloting upon tbe Kentucky of the vicinity. Vigateg the petition rSS. County of Lincoln. At a meeting of the Bo pb more class at I, Jno. II. Owiley, Cashier of Hie above named "West Virginia, Fill TfeoMpeonVi $JX in applicants were Messrs. Blackburn, RobBank, ertson, McCreary, Haleell and Lafioon. Centre College, held Friday, Mr. F. M. la true dotosolemnly swear that tbe store statement tbe contest (or the IoHwal Reveou the test of my knowli nice ana 11 let JNO, H. OWbLEV, Ouhler. Ssnator Beck was Chairman, and was not Wilson, of Platte City, Mo., was elected My Jtjif President of the class, Chaa. D. Orubbs, of Suhvrltied and sworn tohefore mo this 16 day suppose the crltlcm comes mainly called upon to vote. but we W. 3(. BltlOIIT, N. P. L. C -We do not see in tbe whole range of Mt. Sterling, Secretary, E. M. Green, Jr., ol Mar., 1885. has ANDtbe whisky zing. Mr. possible appointments anything surer to of Danville, Treasurer, acd W. L. Clark, Correct attest: ibeaaJonbted, rigOo ig& f 8H.SllAMKS, ") titioa he chooeca and if he does' not see as make mischief and invite scandal than of Bloomington, III., Class Historian, J. w. Alcosw, Directors. JOI1N M. Ua.it, J .Mrs. mrvey uiass, oi iticnnnnu, is Philip B. meek ia Mr. Thompson as those who are selection of Thompson, Jr., of Kentucky, for Commis- visiting her mother, Mrs. M. Downton. seJusg themselves ridiculous In his 3STO. 2788. Mrs. Wm. Ayres, of Louisville, is visiting certainly nothing to warns t sioner of Internal Revenue. N. Y. 8un. there is REPORT OF THE CONDITION On a train near Chattanooga, D. J. her father, Mr. Richard Givens. Mr. Mora questioning of his integrity about it. CONSISTING OF OF TUE-- : Long has charge of the colored departWhite's nose began bleeding and he put ris Gambling, which had almost become his head out of a car window in Mr. order not ment of the Deaf Mute Institute. NATIONAL BANK a legitimate business in Louisville because to spoil the seats, and at that instant the Bn Blakeman, who has been teaching of the failure of the authorities to enforce train crossed a bridge. White's head school in Jessamine county, is at home OP the law against it, has been suddenly and struck the side of the bridge and his skull again. Mr. C. P. Cecil will eoon erect a At Stanford, In tho State of Kentucky, ruthleealy checked by an order from the was severed at handsome residence on his farm near town. at Close of Business, Mar. 10, 188S. the eyes. Chief of Police to close every den from The officers of the Tennessee Penitenti- Mrs. J. H. Wilson left Saturday on a visit the hovel to the palace. The Commercial ary, who sued the editor r.EsouncEs. of the Naihville to the family of Mr. Thos. D. Hill, ot Loans and Discounts S2ES,t0l C5 deuas the glory of bringing about the banner for $60,000 damages because Lincoln county. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Orcnlralts 8,053 01 he AT ALL TIMES A FULL LINE OF .gpebliceentiment which demanded that the charged tbem with inhuman treatment of Harding left Friday on a visit to friends in U. S. Ilonds to secure circulation 200,000 00 200 00 orier be made, and so far as we are able to the convicts, the sale of dead bodies to med- Atlanta. They will visit the New Orleans V. 8. Ilonds on hand Other slocks, bonds, and mortgages 31,100 00 ee deserves all it claims. ical students and the perversion of office to Exposition before they return. Miss An- Duo from npproTod rcscrra agents 7,737 33 3,119 05 Secuetauy Manning has begun the their private interests, got a judgment for nie Coons, of Lexington, and Miss Mary Duo from other National Hanks Due 438 02 promised and very necessary work of re- $51 and costs. Owsley, of Woodford, are spending a few Ileal from Stato Banks and bankers- Estate, furniture nnd fixtures 8,930 00 in the Treasury department by disform '.',213 80 Congressmen Willis and Robertson, of days with Mrs. M. B. McAIister. Mr. Jas. Current expenses and taxes paid 21,757 83 charging six special ajentc; 20 special in- Kentucky came near having a personal en- F. Zimmerman, of the Advocate, who has Premiums paid 3S1 81 spectors of customs and ten employes, counter Friday on the street. The trou- been ill with typhoid fever, is now able to Checks and other cash Items 1 ,15 J 00 Bills of other banks . make a saving of over $40,000 ble grew out of the resolution offered by walkabout his room. Mrs. Allen Duncan, Fractional paper currency, nickels and which will pciinle 132 Ci Let Mr. Manning continue the Willis in regard to the choice of Kentuck-lan- e of 2icholaaville, is here on a brief visit to yearly. f,105 70 his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Proctor. Specie ood work and the tax payers of the counfor federal offices, which was proposed Legal tender notes , 2,513 00 try will rhe up and call him bleued, but in a caucus of the Kentucky delegation, Mrs, Mattie Frisbie, of Lincister, was Ucdemption fund wl'.u V. 8. Treasurer wont hold him in very and oppoied by Robertson. The cent, of cliculatlon) the 0,100 00 latter lost here the latter part of the week, the guest (5 great reverence. his temper, and used ome very harsh Ian of her brother, Mr. W. C. Price. Mr. Total .55S0,1 31 LI A III LIT IE 8. Falcon's letters in the Louisville lima guage, but friends interfered and prevented Wm. Quest, of Charleston, Illinois, has Capital $250,000 00 all real gems of liteiature, but the one the quarrel from assuming a serious phare. gone to his home after spending a week Surplus Stock paid In ire G,000 00 Fund with his brother, Mr. Jacob Guest of this The amount of business transacted by county. Dr. 5,071 51 in Saturday' paper in which he sketches It. W. Dunlap left Monday Undivided profits 179,000 00 Arthur and Cleveland, teems to us the cli- tne Washington office of the Western for Shelbyville to visit his sister. Mrs. National Dank Notes outstanding 111,018 33 The Union Telegraph Company during the James Fisher, who is in feeble health. Mr. Individual Deposits subject to check gracefulness and beauty. max of Due to other National Uanks 963 01 ..- limes made a master stroke when it secur- week ended March 7, last, was greater than and Mrs. C. W. Gaitskill have Rone to Due to Stato Banks and bankers 770 55 their plantation near Selma, Alabama, ed the services of the brilliant and tren- any previous inaugural week in the hlstorv where they will spend the spring. Mr. Total !5SG,i 31 J. of the office. In the week of the inaugurachant yet gentle Soule Smith. W. Guest, Jr.. a student in tbe office of STATE OF KENTUCKY, County of Lincoln, tion in 1881 the number of words of press Dr. L. S. McMurtry, has gone to Louis J Gov. Pierce, of Dakota, need expect no I, Jno. J, Mclloliertu, Cashier of above named All the above goods have been bought very Low and strong-minde- d women. matter sent was C00.080, and private mes- Title to study practical anatomy at the bank do aolcmuly an ear that tho above quarter from the Kentucky School of Medicine. statement is true to tbe beat ot my knowledge and passed a bill granting sages 72,300. In the recent inaugural The Legislature JNO. J. McKOUEUTS, Cashier. There seems to be no good reason to belief. will be sold the smallest possible marign. We reweek the number of words of piees matter doubt that Boyle county is badly infested Oi Subscribed and sworn to More me this llUhday feaales the right of suffrage, but he handled was Mar., 1683. W. M. liUIOHT.N. P. L. C. 817,276, and private messages by gbosts. As Messrs. John Croprder and to his credit bo it ea id pnwptly vetoed it, spectfully ask an inspection and invite competition. Correct Attkst. XswBBianly woman wants to dabble ia 87,910 an increase of more than 217,000 Joseph McDowell, tiro well known and ") J. H. IIockkb, , polib'oa and the other kind deserves no words of press and nearly 10,000 messages reputable young men. were driving last y Directors. H. O. Datum-over the corresponding week of 1831, and goods guaranteed. J BRIGHT & 0URBAN. V. O. Wklcii, Friday night on the Parksvillo road be coaslderatloB. ' Seiri-aaiccM- iBtriorlonnal TObMM&" A Tlxe New Groceries g&d USEgware Hoiseojf (. TAYLOR BROS. C8i?ftejgf and Pocliot Cutlery L. OboSee IPamily Our en-titl- ar 1,-0- dr. UKal-teod- THE HON WROUGHT IIION RANGE, or e grJMJWfWM n. It oflice-seeker- s - W. ttt?TfaFfTTwZr&M I' v&smmalWbk d & Iff1 JJtsI rem? PHARMACISTS, ---- -- WJ-,VijrO- to-d- JEWELERS. 1 m r......... ed 1 pro-teeti- ea r. J. . BRIGHT & CURRAN, a.?-ee- c DEALERS Groceries, Hardware, Queensware FARMING -- fra Irlcks Wfty be-bel- f, IMPLEMENTS, FIRST STANFOllD, Furst and Bradley Sulky Plows, South Bend and Hamilton Clipper Turning Plows. office-peeke- rs jr 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. Wo also liavo a Large Line of Walking and Riding Cultivators. Solo Agents for Walter A. Wood Harvesting Machines. at Prices wX ftni-SRukl- g tticrior3tfRI Pcre Home-mad- e maple syrup at UrlahtA Currant. Btaaford, Ky., , Gaiidhn seeda in bulk or papers at March 17. 1885 Bright A Curran's. A new. BECOND LWlOCAfrME'CARDr ......... U S r. w. Mill train going North IMr,)i, fouth........... .,..,... I2,a.m, Kxcmilraln" touth. " . ' HAND surrey,, almost good aa W. H. Hlggins ' . Horh.. ........ .....u-- . 1 '( Window shade, curtain laces, curtnin i)am. rod, Mafr rods, Ac, at Kdmiston A tioUrl Ki:ei JVrATOE8-- N Owa-ley- '. atom ii mleuUtsd ou itandard mill jtiout i'J miiiuvm miiiir Xhg LOCAL NOTICES. Ilia. Y. Eirly Rope, Buy your AlCAIIRICr. schoo"! books from Penny1 Iiurhank, Peerless and "Batiity of Hebron" at Bright A Curran a. A1 rV ulue at IVmny Lwvnjnu'a Harden Sicd, & fresh nntlgeil McAliater's. A VEiiY large stock of ilatuburgs, White Goods, Jerseys, Spring Bhawle and many A co.MPi.rrr. stock of Jewelry, latent style, ltockford watchoa n iclalty. Pen- othr articles just opened at Edmiiton A OwIey'a. ny A Me A Mater. Foil couaUa, cold, Ac , uso Count. Sirup The E na Inmranco Co., through their or White Pine, in 2o am! 50o bottlos, 'Preagent, Mr. T. T. D ivies, baa paid off in " pared by Mcllibertt A StacR. full the $1,600 riik it held on the home of to" fy. M, Kahmeiih, Head Tuts.j-O- o L. ilourne'n drus tor$ anil Ret cno package Mrs. L. 11. Myers, burned two months ago. of Bam A rlark'ii IIor Itemcdr. It you Si'EAKiKO The young men of the are not asUKded after iislnc It yfiir money Halls Gap neighborhood have organised a will bo refunded. m WATOitea nd Jewelry repaired on abort notlcu arid warranted by Penny & McAlla-le- r. of cupels and ruga ever ahowri fn Stanford, have recently been eceivtd by Edmlston A O wsley. The largestatock .ri.i m L debating society, which meets at that place eveiy Tuesday night. Tho subject for to Mas I, F. I!ufkun an i Annie Cook night it: Which is of the most benefit to man, horses or cattli? Everybody is inare Tithing in Lexington. Mkh F S PoULKTT baa gone to her vited to nttend; speaking commencing at 7 o'clock. old home in Mason county on a riilt. Jko. A. McItonruTa ia visiting hia Yehteiiuay wis bright and clear enauncle, Mr. Thomas McKoberla, of Dan bling those who wished to see the annular Title. eclipse of the sun, to observe It in all its Mn. and Mrs. F. J. GAMrntLi., Mlaa grandeur. About 11 o'clock the atmosXaunr-rland Claire, left yesterday for phere began to assume a hazy hue and by Kockcantle Spring. noon it looked as if a thin cloud had obMn. J E H.iRJUi', agent for the Rtar scured the orb of day. With the aid of I'nlon Line, spent Sunday with hia broth- smoked glaaa on the weatern edge and exer, Mr, Frank Harris. tending nearly to the centre could be seen Mn. II. It. Wilmot, of (Jiiiu Buij'hur, a half round object, which gradually movwis here yesterday. He report hia wife ed off till 2 r. M., when It entirely disapvery low with pneumonia. peared. Mk. Jamjjj Maiict, of Ml. Vernon, Death or G. W. Ali-ord- . Sheriff oat of tho brat fellowa In the' country, waa Menefce received adifpatch from Mrs. G. ia to nee tn a few nighta ago. Mu and Mm. T. 11. Waltox return. W. Alford at Montgomery, Ala., yesterday him mako tl veMerdar from a abort yUU to Mr. anking of herti husbandpreparations for the burial at Buffilo Spring Will Koysion and wife, of Clarrard. This waa the fir it and Gaitaixh Ciuhi.m AiaViin, of (he Cemetery Fhort Line, and Jim Ituck Iaacs, formerly nnlv announcement of his death and of No course we can not give thepvtlculars of the jv. C, are vilti g friend here,, Mh. AMU Mh. 'iu. H Makieu and mtn waa better or more favorably known "ibe boy" came up from .N'ailiTllIu Friday In this county, which was for so many years his home, and his death will cause a pang nfgbt and ate now guests of her parent. Mm F. P. of sorrow in many hearts. Mw Jons Dinwidhir, PERSONAL. e to-d- ay. Carpenter and MIsa Maltie Dinwlddio were Tifiting friend here yesterday and Bunday. AMoSd the Tlalting lawyera attending court here yesterday were Judge J. S. Van Winkle, W. 0. Ilradley, II. 0. KaufJniin, L F. Hubble, W. 0 Harford, J. A. An-- 1 liar-rodibur- A i.etteu from Mr. J. Knox Friur informs us of the death of Mr. James Frizer at his home in Scbulenburg, Texas, last .month. Mr. Fmerwaa born io Jeasamine about 80 years ago and for 20 yeara was a resident of this county, where he held the office of sheriff neatly the whole time. He it tan. MiM Minnie VANAnsiULE, of resided in the house now occupied by Judge in Tlnlllng her couitu, Mr. II. J. Varnon and many of our older citizens reMcHibert. MIm Fda VanArtdnle arrived member him. In 1S53 he removed to Tex. jeterday and it also her gueat. as, where he has since resided. He wra D11 O. IL Melt menTA baa been con-finthe father of Ciptain Milton Fruer, of Mt. to hia room itTcral daya by a severe Vernon, and an uncle of Knox Frtzer. J. errata of the ankle, but with a mother and III! The remtini ol Thoi. J. Foster, Jr, a wife to attend him he ia getting well fait. Mn Pah E.O'atMiVAJf,ihe brilliant which were deposited in the new vault at Managing Elitor of tho Commercial, and Buffilo Spring Cemetery fire weeka ago on Arlhui M. Kutledge, a prominent young account of the frcaen condition of the lawyer of Lonlillle, are at the Mycra ground, were on Riturday laid away in their final resting place. The vault is adllouee. mirably constructed from a deep foundaLOCAL MATTERS. tion upon concrete, the brick is laid in cement and the whole plastered with cement Wail Piper at Kdmlston AOwsleyV. inside and out. Then it Is covered with 1 car of choice white To arrive earth and sodded and with its heavy iron " reed oate. liright A Curran. door is rendered entirely When I WILL hang paper for 10 centa a bolt on the remains were removed there wav no odor in the vault, which proves its excelwall and 15c on ceiling. T.J. lixtey. ed air-tigh- t. i T FojiTY-Si- l. Our jouthful Business Manager succeeded in securing 40 new subscribers and many renewals during his four days' trip to the mountains last week. He waa kindly received everywhere, but especially wishes to return his thanks to Col. 0. Crooice, the bead of the coal interests In that section; to Mr. L. I Coleman, r the gentlemanly and obliging of tEc Altaraont Coal Co., and to Mr. John Oweni, of the samo company. They were particularly kind and rendered great assistance Ui him for which hia older brother A Conncsi'ONUEKT in referring to one of has entered a big credit on his book of cur lawyera wrote him Gim Olecorn." m Whom did he mean? Circuit Couiit commenced yesterday daughter of Doi.lie, the two year-olmorning at 0:30 Judge Owsley presiding, Mr. J. C. Coulter, of Ciaey, waa aeTerely and the following grand Jurors were at once acalded a few daya ago. sworn and instructed by him: John Buchan II. J. Dakst offera for aale 2 building an, John Ellis, Jerry Briscow, John Drye, lotr, 60x132 feet, between Stanford and E. T. Pence, II. T. Bush, T. M. Penning Rowland, well located and accewlble. ton, Joshua M. Brown, B. F. Powell, W. bargains that P. Grimes, John Baugh, Jesse N. Green, I invite attention to the Allen Beazley, T. P. Pollard, T. J. Robin-somay be had in the way of family groceries Sim Robinson. 8tc your money by paying cash. S. 8. The following gentlemen compose the Myers. petit jury: W. S. Wigham, F. M. Yowell, DuniNd the next sixty days, we will L. L. Dawson, W. Wright, E. P. Woods, give away a New Singer Sewing Machine J. G. Lynn, C B. Sampaon, G, C. Given, with one cm of Diking Powder. Warren Alex. Traylor, J. M. Martin, J. R. Hale A Metcalf. J. M. Hall, J. D. Baatin, John F. Cash, closed for the season Friday W. P. Stephenson, J. M. Philips, John The Kink night with a hop that was greatly enjoyed Holmes, John W.Logan, Ibbt. MoAUeter, Wilbite'i Orchestra Albert Coffey, David Pepplea, John Cab-bel- l, by tho participant. Henry N. Ware, W. A. Coffey. which waa vetj credfurnished the mmic, In some 30 of the fifty-oditable. cases called yesterday the order of alias and continue case of Benge vc Ilyatt'e admin The which went up from the Garrard wss made and these law breakers got anCircuit Court, has been reversed by tho other eix months to run of witnesses and Court of Appeals and that of Flannery manufacture testimony. Wiu. Jones and Sam Owsley were fined SI 2 each for tresv O'Brien, from the same county, affirmpass. John Lvvson waa acquitted of carryed. ing concealed weapons and so waa Lincoln Fiiank Gheen'iJ eagle, which appears to wound in the Walla of the same offense and a breach of have recovered from its alight Taylor Peyton was fined $20 in wing, ia developing a big appetite for beef the peace. two cases for violation of the whisky laws. other fresh meats, but he draws th; and trial of Dolph Billey for the murder line at chicken. A big rooster waa put in The instead he of Howard Dudley, another colored man, his cago for him to devour, but set for next Monday. baa taken it under hia protecting wing and was The cases against Dan, E. O'Sullivan will fight any attempt of any outsider to molest It. They roost together on the eame for assault and carrying concealed weapons perch and seem to have formed a mutual were promptly dismissed by Commonadmiration society, The eagle Is a very wealth's Attorney Warren. Tho muider hrgo one, measuring 8 feet, I inches from cases of Mullins and White were continued by the Commonwealth. tip to tip of wings. The wife of Mr. ii. John W. Pennington lence. presented him with a girl Saturday morning. Those wishing spring eulu will pleaae oome in at once and avoid the ruah. II. C, Rupley. t ItcMEMCEii that Geo, D. Wearen telle the LWingaton or Qooden coal, the beat In the market. New York Early Rose, Burbank, Peer-leand Hebron Irish Potatoes at W. II. Higglna1. mm m book-keepe- ei d 8everal ladies of Kentucky and other Mr. Joseph S. Uepdricks, a widower, i Slates own turf celebrities and derive handobtained license yesterday to marry Miss some Incomes therefrom. F. B Hirperlost from tho effects of Cynthia 8 , daughter of Joseph Long. Mr. J. W. Bailee rind wife celebrated colic the valuable filly, Platitude, one year their golden wedding at Somersetlast week. old, full sister to Drake Carter, a son of Mm. Sallee was Miss Cynthia Perkins, of Ten Broeck, and the first horse to lower records, this county. HeiU78 and tho. 03 yeara of one of Ten Combination norse sales are becoming age. Tho mnrrlno of Misi Nannie, tho at- lopular and profitable. Why don't some tractive daughter of Mr. David Shannon of our horsemen inaugurate the system Joneo ta Mr. Will George will occur at the here? Stanford is, of all the towns south BaptUt church at McKinney, on the morn- of Kentucky river, the place for the enterprise to succeed. ing of tho 21th. Favor, a son of Pat Malloy, is first RELIGIOUS. favorite for the Kentucky Derby. Milt. Bishop Linus Parker, of the Southern Young may Doubt him. (Doubt 1b the Methodist church died last week at New name of Milt. Young's horse by St. Martin ) And Cottrell doubtleas thinks he has Orleans. Rev. Dr, Harriion ayaithat Sjathern Guest the winner. Bolis, by imp. Bickden, dam Janufe Metbodisto gained 30.000 members in the C, by Daniel Boone, is dead in Montana. past twelve months. Mnj. D W. Whittle, the evangelist, Sho was a very successful ra:e mare In her form in 1881. 8be waa raited began his two weecd' work in Louisville 3 year-olIn this county and sold to W. B. Howard, yesterday afternoon. Tho revival at tho Mt. Sterling Bap- of Denver, Col., the fall after she was a tist church, conducted by Rjv. F. D. Hale, yearling by L. M. Lasley for $150. The old mare, Mrs. Grlttsby, 'the dam clod with 5 'j accessions. of Harry Gilmore, Buchanan and Jim Dr. Lansing Barrows, formerly of now pastor at Augusta, Ga., writes Guest, was, before producing either, priced that elabsrato arrangements are being made at $200 toL. M. Lasley, but he says he in Augusta for tho meeting thero in May could neither get the money nor the friend to buy her. She has since made thousands of the Southern Baptist Convention. Rev. J. M Bruce baptized in Login's for her present owner, Mr. Cottrell, of MoCreek Sunday afternoon, the following per- bile, Ala. The first Monday in April will be sons who professed at the meeting at Kjw-lanThe manifest Mrs. Willis Birnett, Mm. Joseph hore show in Stanford. Tapp, Mrs. Elisha Pence and Muses Bailie Interest in these annual shows Increases. Eonis, Florence Cooley, Alice Cirter, Lena Come to the Interior Journal office and get your bills and circulars ready for disCarter and W. T. Pence. A late mail yesterday brought us a tribution among the admiring crowd. letter from Rev. George O. Birnes, dated We have something especially attractive for at Naples. Italy, February 23:h, posted jast posters. An Englifhmsn has taught a horfe to as he and hia family were leaving for Brin-dil,o- n walk a rope stretched twenty feet above the sea coast to sail to Alexandria, iit Courier Journal. Parole, Egypt, ana thence to India. We will give ground. Foxhall and other American horeei the letter In full in our Friday's issue. have probably disgusted the English with LAND. STOCK HU CROP racing. It will be in order next for a Frenchman to teach a hone tne trsptz act Sm Johnson sold to Tho. Wood from a balloon. bunch of belferaat $21 per head. An act of the New York legislature in The Anderson JVeias reports sales of a '75 prohibits pool selling on horss races in lot of fat boga at'c'centa 1 at Thomas C Robinson sold to'Jeff Jones that State. Two hotel proprietors were, week, fioed and Imprisoned for allow20 head of yearling steer at $31 per head. ing pools sold on their premises. But the J. N. Meneff-esol- d to W. M. Dodd, the gray horse fgrmerjy owned by ' J? B great State of New York liceaaei whisky selling with all its train of innumerable Owens, for $200. ' Wheat for May delivery deed nt Chi- woe and miseries, impovishing homes, cago Saturday at 79J; May corn at 421 nd degrading manhood and debauching women. 'O ye virtuou solons!' May pork at $12 76. Six mules, from .1 to 5 years old, 16 to HUSTONYILLE. LINCOLN COUNTT. 10 hands, well broke and 0 or 8 springer Senator Rigney was with us on Saturcows for sale. J. F. A B. G. Gaver. day preparing to increase his familiarity New York Eirly iloie, Burbank, IVerJrs and Beauty ofllebron Irish Pota- with the topography of Frankfort. The railroaders are in our region and toes and Onion sets alT. R. Walton's. our people are again excited over the prosTho Southe'rn agricultural works at At lanta, Ga , made an assignment Satur- pect of a line accessible to our town. The West Ead is paialyzed by the day. Liabilities $107,000: assets $300,000. depredations of some mysterious monster, Danville Cocnr. About COO cattle on the market with prices from I to 6 cts. which is said to have been ravaging the Large number offered but few sold. Mulia counties of Boyle and Mercer before it sold from $75 to $150 and honea from SS0 visited us. It has not been eeen and is known only by its works. The story is that to $100. it destroys men, stock and dogs indiscrimiMr. J. Walker Givens was here, yesterday, fresh from the South. He sold a nately. It is reported to have crossed the car load of mixed horses and mules at $100 farm of John Baughman on Friday night, to $103. Market was good when he first ar scattering fences like a cyclone, whipping rived, but waa getting draggy when "he his dogs, killing one and demoralizing the rest, killing a fine cow and devouring half led. Many farraeM in this vicinity will the carcass, Ac The visitation has proplant an increased acreage of corn on ac- duced the greatest terror. The more philocount of the wheat being frozjn out. Over- - sophical are of the opinion that it is either bey, Wells A Co.. bought 20.000 rounds of a troop of Hungarians on a foraging expeold and and new tobacco belonging to the dition, or a raid by those Oregon Silmon Palmer estate, from John McClintock, at which are reported in the papers as leaving the water and roaming the forests of that 7 cents. Paris New. unhappy State with deadly intent. We heard a Richmond tobacconist a&y that hia sale for January and Februrv. This is 8L Patrick's day in the morn1SS5, exceeded by $35,000 hia aalea for the ing. same months of last year. Business will Jordan Peter Chandler says his case soon revive, now that the democrats are In has been continued three times by the Com: power and now that aectlonal strife has monwealth and he is getting tired of it. come to aa end. Richmond (Va.) He nants to be tried and have done with the courts. Thik &Vr0A raf4.MM - hll lmn In .ilBUWUU. U MV A fire at Pulaski, Tenn., destroyed county, acconilne to estlmatea made bv property valued at $30,000; Insurance, competent persons, will be from one to $20,000. Monroe Blsz u id two unknown inree Duaneia per acre. At u. i. J? ox's traveling men were burned, to death. sale 125 ewes with lamba brought $2.00 per head; yoke of oxen $128; corn $2.75 .NEIT ADVtUTISEMESTt. per barrel; yearling mules $90 and bogs Register. 5 centa. , ,... t.v... For Rent Hotel and Bar-Rood Ken-lucky, Iro-)uoand-anoats MARRIAGES, Xaadies' and Children's SPRIS. g SHOES The fact that we 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 &Hoyt made a line of goods in style, fit and fineness second to none in the market. We Have Received Our Spring Goods Kids in the New that is now the Shoe in the world fort. Gome while plete. In French Curacoa and Kangaroo for solid comsizes are com- ht Flexible Sole most popular '.J BKUCE & M'ROBERTS. Collars, a 1 v. , . Hames. . -- .( lk .ft' -" .Trace Chains and -- ; 1 n ' . ui Die-patc- h. Back Bands. t t T -- -!. ., r &c, Cheap .1 m HORSEMEN AND HORSES. HI- -' By a Fhncier. The youngest eons of Lexington now nine years old. There ia one eon of At Rowland Statloi (Richmond Junction) Ky., from May lit. neat. A gool garden, m hiicdw. For particular addreu me at Stanlord. Thlt U are tba only tar at that point. THOMAS FEttJlEC. n, the great King in this county, but the people I70B will not know whose he ie nor where he is unlera advertised in the Interior JourMembri-n- o BALE. Thoroughbred Cittle, Cowl. Htlf-and Bull Cslrri. registered. John O. IiuitODTlllo, Ky. at T. R, Walton's nal, a ' ' d Measrs. Anderson & Bourn, of Missouri, were here one day looking for thorough-bred mares. The only purchase they made was two mares of W. B. Fields, of Danville. Parole ran in America and England 123 races and won 57 of them. Ilia dam, .Maiden, by Lexington, was once controlled by and ran in the colore of Capt. Moore, of bis county. Every horse owner should read "The Boston and Lexington Blood," an editorial in the it'te Slock Record of March Ctb, on the science of breeding. It bristles with facts of interest. Maud Messenger, record EilffJ, formerly owned by Willie G. Dunn, of this county, will lower her record, barring accident, this season. Her friends are san guine and happy. Lord Clifdcn, a son of the dead Buck-dehas shown such speed and staying qualities in races at Now Orleans that he is thought by some horsemen to be the coming crack 1 year-old. Luke Blackburn, who won such renown (the horse wo mean) In his turf career, blda fair to become equally distin guished as a sire. His progeny are eald to be remarkably promising. n, CHAWIPO tt -- - ! ;'Wfcratt Hi WM&5&&&9i&, .. k & Hi The line Imported Norman stallion will make the (tason of 1S8J at the italic of J. M.Wray, at "rink Cottage," V,i in I lea from Stanford, KIi5F,SB ..!8S 3laS-VViwStWr.V' .r. f ' Ji it, fr ' sl?'1" iS?&$&-mkmtb-.. B:K M 1 , Corner Main m? TmH af? AE ! ,S - AT $15 Oa 825 1.C00 TIIE SEASON, Champo weight poundi and Is S yean eld the 23th of May next. lie Is of tine style and action, cood Id the lolni, well ribbed and large bodr. with well.ihtp. cd ihoulderi; head and neck well set on. He was Imported br G, W. Stubbleflcld A Co., of III,, September K, 1832. We will alio atand at the ume place our fine young Jack, Bloom-iDgto- to Isjvrk x Colt. lia dark gray, 17j handi high, and Somerset r i ,i nat.;. X --frs At 9IO for n Living Colt. Boiton li a beau tlful black, UK handi high; wai foaled Norember 10, 1879, and Is br Weil Knd, ho br Warrior, his dam br Jim Portr. first dam 8hoo Flr,b7 a Mammoth and Warrior Jack. raituie furnlabcd at reuonabln rales, but will not be ruronilbln for accidents ihoild any occur. WllA Y A) WAKEFIELD. rxreexs , r i VThre t lie First Raw Ilia Light, l'rrildcnt it ml Ylre-rreucie- nt Mr I did not lore hi ni loog atpj; Instead of "res" t gare him "no." M AJ. F. D. KIGNKY Is a Candidate to succeed himself In the Slate Senate, autject to the action of th Democracy. y Stanford, Ky March 17, 1885 I did KOTA BLE PORTRAITS OF MEN hut hit nurrlage notice. Pr7, War was! ltd, when nerer yet not lore Lira; I read IV. F. McCJLAItY Hat ray heart known tho le.ut regret Is a randldate for represenlitlr of Lincoln ty, subject to the action ol the democracy. Did you Sup- coun- MADE PROMINENT RENT EVENTS. Orr that whispered "no?" BY CUR- And why t Beading the notice, did I sigh? JOHN J. BRIGHT Is a Candidate for Representative of Lincoln ty, subject to the action of the Democracy. Taut Ken Cuiuinlulonor of Pensions. Presltics eland' Ijsr Partner nml - the Notorious Ailreiittiror of the Soudan. .Wl? 7 V WltKItK PRESIDEXT CLEVELAND WAS BOBX JOF1.V C. BLACK. The first net of Mr. Lamar a secretary of Interior as the appointment of Oen. John C Black of Danville, Illinois, to tho of pensions. Gen. Black i.s a noted lawyer In the Weht, and served during the war with tho 37th Illinois Regiment. Ho ha? fteeii prominent in Illinois politics, having been tho Democratic candidate for lieutenant-governin I87J. In 1370 he wm a camlidato ior ilio United States Senate in opposition to Oen. John A. Logan. Tho position to which he is called has been vacant for several months. Uio conimb-siouershor ip has only attracted the attention of the villagers as the parsonage of the First Presbyterian church, but lately It lias bocomoof more interest. Mr. Berry, the present nas-tor, recently gave the following intonating account of the place: "This," ho says, "is the houso in which Mr. Cleveland was born. It was first occupied by Stephen Grover, n former pastor of the church. In 1S44 Mr. Grover resigned the pastorate and Richard F. Cleveland was called on May 13 of the same vear. Mr. Cleveland had many children, otio of whom, William N became a minister and went to Long Island. In tho old church baptismal record we find the record of tho birth and baptizing of the Democratic nominee, which reads as follows: 'Stephen Grover Cleveland. .baptized July 1, 1837; born March 19, 1837.' "During his six years' pastorate," continued Mr. Berry, "Mr. Cleveland's father had a child baptized etcry year." Tho room tho rresiilent was born in is now used as a library. It is about fifteen feet square, with two windows and a low celling. Tho birthplace of Mr. Cleveland is tho first bouse, that is seen in tho littlo villago of Caldwell, X. J , approaching from Montclalr, and Is situated on the left hand side of tho road. For years tho home, with Its quaint gable ends and porch, d sS No analyst can gum the cause; A woman's reason laughi at taws. Sure I auiglad to snow the wound I gTe has healed that he has lound Love' blessedness and peace, A woman nerer can forget nd pose Mustang Liniment only good for horses? It Is for inflammation of all flesh. THE QRKAT Through Trunk Line JOHN H. MILLER Is a candidate 'or reprsMntsttr of Lincoln coun-t- r In the next Legislature, subject to the action of the democraer. ret Tie man To-d- who once has lored her; and I seem to see hlai stand, With rery glance s mute caresi, Stilt pleading for the longed-fo- r "res " Ills early lore Another lives la that lore's stead' And II be lores her well, as men Should lore their closes olsi, why. then He must be glad that, long ago, Instead of "yes" I girt him "no." Perhaps that Is the reason why I read the notice with a sigh. ft me is dead THAT Is a Candidate to represent Lincoln county In the nextUnneral Assembly, eutject to the action ol the Democracy. Is still on hand with a choice line of Cakes and nread, fresh at all time. Also a Irash line of iiajspi.iii xinoa. am also prepared to do HON. A. O. TAIsHOTT baking for customers. i All orders for Icing and ornamenting executed at short notice. Is a Candidate (or Senator In the District composT. 1IAMKI8. ed ol Boyle, Lincoln, Casey aod Uarrard, subject to the action ol the Democratic party. Election first Monday In August. DR. J. I. PETTOS Look, Read and Remember J. T. HARRIS J. Wfmm Wltriout Changeand vfllh Speed SHORTEST AND QUICKEST TO Malcd MUTE r.0ll L0UISV1LU Till JUDGE TUOS. Isaeardldateto TV. VARNON xxraxsxnn 7Vftor SOUTH & WEST liMf-VP- SffrT, Tho Danger of Coml Looks. IDill Nye iately hump my back ready to bear a great liurden; for, judging from tho world's history, Iii father-in-laand I would have to tnko a tarn about in maintaining thi yuung man and his cumulative family. 3Bs men are not beautiful. Tho pretty young man has really but raw avenue open to him la the world's great race, it he cannot mash a tough old heiress, whoso father has got tho pip, he has very litllo chance in tho mighty struggle of life. If my son should show any signs of great physical beauty, having taken thsm from hu mother's side of the house, I would immed- Asa geneial thing, great Buck fen's Arnica 5 aire The beet Salre In the world for Cuts, Bruise, Sores, Ulcere, Salt Rheum, Ferer Sores, Tetter, Chapped Uands, ChllbUlns, Corns, and all Sxln Eruptions and posltlrely cure Piles, or no pay re quired. It lsgusranteed to gWe perfest Mtlsfac-tlo- r This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and ormcey relunled. Prlc2S cents per box. trami not to trespass on our lands without permission, as all such sets sr liable to be procecuted (or sale r Penny McAUster. to the full extentof thilav. Stanford. Ky March 17th. 131.. I Sinned. 1 . . 1. T ' An Want Answered. .'. I). McKlttrlck. uusa . i. iicvoruisci, 11. T. Bush, A. W. Carpenter, Canany one bring utacus of Kidney or Lire! C. Bishop, Complaint that Electric Bitters will not speedily F. Reld, IUCobb, Lerl Hubble, cure? We ray they can not, as thousands of cases Hlnlna Kelly, F.D. Rhodes, Vf. C. McCormscx, already permanently cured and who are dally rec B.U.AJ. F.Gorer. M. n. Lrtle, U. L. Carter ommending Electric Bitters, will prore. Bright' j. urn, J. W. Weather for J, Disease, Diabetes, Weak Back or any urinary comC Vanoy, win. tiurion, J. 8. Murphy, J. A.Usrrli, plaint quickly cured. They purify the blood, P. W. Carter, J. M. Hill, the bowels and act on the diseased pins. Ed. Carter. J. II. McAUster, Erery bottle guaranteed, For ule at SO cents i T. J. Foster, J. D.Jones, j, q Montgomery T. M. White, bottle by Penny A McAUster. O. A. Benedict, H. E. Marcum, W. F. Amon M. T. Russell, A Lawyer's Opinion of Interest to All. U J Darst. A. D. Newland, Esq., a lead attorney of Winona 8. W.UIrens. A t; Newland. J. A.Tawney, trr Minn writes; "After using It for more than three Jai. H. Pntwltt. years, I take great pleasure In stating that I regard Dr. King's 2Tew Dlscorery lor Consumption as the best remedy In the world for Coughs and Colds. I has nerer filled to curt the most serere Colds I hare bad and lnrarlably relleres the pain la the chest." Trial Bottles ol this sure cure for all hroatand Lung Diseases may t bad tree at Penny A UcAllsttr's Drug Store Large size II, fill out the unexpired term tf Judge E. Vf. Brown, dec' J, aa County Judge of Lincoln, subject t the action oi in democracy. Lonlsrlll, Ky., Cincinnati, O., and Indianapolis, Ind., dealers In Stelnway A Boas', Docker Urn.', Election August, ISsS. llslne', J.AC. Fischer, Vow A Sons', Bsldwtn Co.'s Cottage, Upright and Square Piano Forte; D. II. Bald, via A Co., without Pill I Ul M PIDC Kasbrllle, wAnO Wsw Jacksonrllle, Mobil, and In Palae changs to Memphis, KotV, Montgomsry, Atlanta, Barannah, Orlsana. i BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA Cars Without Changs. B POSTED ! ,.'... Instrument suld at prices and terms to suit purchasers. Don't glr your orders till you get our price and terms. Danrtlle, Ky. Post-ode- s, SHORT LINE TO THE EAST Froaa Loulsrlll Ac. or writ rlacCar wlthootcbaog. Mnsonheimcr's Restaurant Orrojux Couai-Ilofsi Tt 8"hln FM Ifi Rl N TC line at iTome.ln will I O pclal low rata. this road rclv Axsnts ol this Be " c. Compsny for P. ATMORf. 0. P. L rts,t.routsi A. Loularlllo. Kr. UJrtV XllL Meals are -- mm fkJt.flXUUa.il E- slui-llst" t. trg-ula- to hou-a- . Ham alwara on r hand sn In Ita season, oysters fresh fish, and delicacies red In all sly let and n short notice. Look out fir the sign "Woodbine Ilestau-ranand call when you are hungry. JF. If. MASOXIIEIMEK Jb CO., strred at all HI. sr Kentucky's ro . Route Eftat Dsnrllls.Ky. Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Tdsj only line running Stanford Female College. STANFORD, KY. With a Full Corps of Teachers, This Institution will open Its Fifteenth BmIos on the 1st Monday In September next. ALL TUE BBAMCUE8 OF A PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CASS Stallions for 1885. A SOLID TRAIN no IreHiBTllIe.ClHclHHail and Lex. lujcten, Iy., AtHentiirer who Direct the Malull. w . They are "Julia Jano Augusta Dominica RurtLs Ro Bo Bustls Jack" and "John A rery desirable store-roo21x70 fstt, next ilinc years ago there was in New York city Henry Land Runnco Runout and Surveyor aytmng man who has slnoo proved himself Bandanna Boaver Dam Rendezvous God Coortolhe Farmers National Bank In Utaalord. Becently remodeled and greatly lmprored. Ar-p- lAnd my Norman horse, vw of the foremost adventurers of our time. Bless Bustlcue." '. P. IF ALTOS, to He was a refugee Frenchman, and had been tf btanlord, Ky. Tlio Acsresaloa or the Ituaslaa Hear. an actor in tho communist revolt in Paris In fll. For tbi ho was sentenced to the pena IT NOTICE mi iljuy of New Caledonia, but escaped from 91S SO TO tfwro In company with Rochefort and shortly Grass and ford furnished at reasonab'r rate, bu All persoca baring claims against W. O. Greet, after appeared In Now York. He then no responsibility Oraatlcnts should any occur. lat merchant of Moreland, Ky,. are hereby notiiroppixl out of sight until tha Turco Russian fied to present them to me at Moreland, properly Otri also hare for sale 17 earltng Mules and 1C rax. We again hear of him a? private secro-w- y proren, on or before the 11th day of April, Ui. thoroughbred Calres. to Osmau Pasha at tho siege of Plevna. H. 11. II A LG II MAX, or send them to my Attorney. Wallace K. Varnoo, rVbon Plevna fell be was 'apturod by the Stanford, Ky. Bianford.Ky. V. UVSTOS, Russians and offered to tin French governJ. Trustee W.O.Green. March II. 4t ment The latter refused to protect him on jry account of his having been en ecapl to his fate, so he was to diatk as a Hpy. Somehow the sen loicu was nol executed, for hi nxt turns up in Paris under tho amnesty of imJ Hira h M,aS4HrsJJ2rVB iiwti wen (Utinction as a Journalist, but y-.again (liiapp- ars, until it Is n v known that "V. STANFORD, KY., -: mysterious "Irishman" whohass,i toistbo Itepresents tbe Best and most frompt.Paylng ComrecccHsfully guided the Mahili m refuting the ir riii'7',,"' panies and his rates are rery low, (lr film a I ArCHANIITAN.' BritUh in the Soudau, resulting hi the lost of PERSIA call. (2.fJ ...,.. LSMSS. . iloi don and Khartoum. UH-V OLIVIER PALT. w Youth. No matter bow handsome or stalwart a young mK BIRTHPLACE OF THOMAS A. Iir.NDRlCKA. man may be otherwise, nothing can make up for a Our illustration shows the birthplace of partially bald head. Shining talents are at trait-Irbut shining poll Is not The cauie maybe Hendricks, which, until recently, stood on the Michigan turnpike near sickness or anything else, yet Parker's Hair Balthe town of Zanesville, Muakinguro county, sam will atop tha lou of th hair and aurt a new O. It was built of hewn logs by the father of growth of gloay and soft hair so quickly as to Thomas A., who combined the pursuits of surprise you restoring the original color at the tanner and farmer. When young Tom was asm time. ICota dye, not oily, delicately pera boy bis father erected a story and a half fumed. Only atandard 30c dreaalnz. uriclc building a littlo north of this hewn log CL'IIK FOIl 1'lL.ew. structure, and Tom drovo the oxen for the transportation of tho necessary material. Pile are frequently preceded by tense of o.gbt Tho lad led the life of a farmer's boy, as his In tli back, loins and lower part of the abdain, iniuersoonauanuonea Uio tanning business. canting the patient to supxe be has tome aSW t ion It was around this frontier house that young ot the kidney or nclborln; organs. At tlmn, Hendricks worked In tho summer, but devel-pln- g symptoms of Indistlon are preieut, as fittalnc), more aptitude for study than toil tili- unesslness of the stuaiacli, etc. A moisture, Lke ng, his father allowed him to attend a dls-- perspiration, producing a ery disagreeable Itchlnj, villago school In winter. after getting warm, Is a rery common attendant Blind, Bleeding ud Irthlng Piles yield at one to the America Still Ahead. application of Dr. BotauJ.o' Pile Remedy, u bleb acts Dally Graphic 1 directly upon th parts afWteJ, absorbing th' or Tumors, allaying the Intent Itching and adectlnga Dobbins was the name of a man permanent cure. .Price 5C rnti. Address the Dr. In Kngland in tho days of tho Roundheads, Bosanko Medicine Co., Tlaus, Ohle Sold by MrlU-bbut Dorchester county, Md., prewnts two irtA Etas; tames almost as odd. Tho owners of tho names still live near Cambridge, on the Chop-tane, Vice-Preside-nt nt - npg?ipr The Btautr of . Slreof Emma Manler.Bob Pat. Florentine, Doubt Ac, Ac. will make the season of IMJ at my stables near SUnlord, Ky., ST. "arklmi'ieitr' MARTI1M. THOBOUGHENGUOHCOUaSE Are taught, u wall u MUBIO, THH WASHINGTON OITT, OoBBsjctlog In earn depot with fiut trains tot DRAW INO AND PAINTINO. IiAN-QUAOE- TERMS MODERATE. Id Tuition, price range from tiS to M0 In th regular Department. Primary, tli; Intermedial M0; Preparatojy, ISO, and ColleglaU, 60. For full particulars, aa to Board, Ac, addrw MBS. ft. G. TRUEIIRAKT. Principal, Stanford. Lincoln Co., Xy. The Direct Konte to E ville. Norfolk. San AT TWENTY DOLLARS. St. Martin la on ot th most distinguished sons of Imp Phaeton, winning good races orer good horses at all distance, anT a few of bis colts on the turf In ISSi wer all seen at th front. Ml ol th son, Poubt, wasontol th Ust year. 8L Martin Is the highest typ of a thorough-br- .l horse, standing orer bands high, splendidly proportion!, kind a l.mb and comblnea tbe best bloiJ ofEogland and America. By Imp. Phaeton, first dam Tokay, by tap. Yorkshire; esc-on- d All Virginia and Worth Carolina r For ticket W.J. Mill, ti MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Reputation, AMD VV.K.AKNULB, Adrertlslng Agt, Ticket end I'a. 4ft. mJ?2Xomrttl Ae).,LoulsTllle,Iy Ota'l Manacer, O.o'l l'.M'r A?l. KlehrenM. Vlrrlnl. . tieat offle, and further Information , or ad drew Point. !' ST0REK00M FOR RENT -- dsra Mlu Martin, by Garrimn's Zlngsne, (son of 8lr Arch)); third dam Uabrlella by Hlr Archy; fburth dam Calypso, by Belalr flftb dam (dam of Contention) by Imp. Iierll. sixth dam gymes' Wlldaii, ssrrnlh dam I'lcadllla, br Batt A Macklln'a Feranaught; eighth dsm tiodof- phin; ninth dam by Imp. Hoblnob' ttnthdam by Imp. Jolly Banger el tenth dam by Imp. Valiant twelfth dam by Tryall. Thus It Is seen thst his bloi Is enriched from tbe earn fountain that was Lexington, the great rare horse and greatest of sires, and (,iencoe, Yorkibtr- - and Phaetoo renowned In the turl histories. I hare put his at the low figure to obllg my friends and nelghbois and to Justify breeders at a distance in sendlog to him, and would take a few rood mare on th shares I will also stand atthsT asm plsc my combined horse, KESTUCKY Ir GEIVTML 1. 1 Bhorteit and Qnicket Boute from Oer tral Kentnckj to all PoinU North, Eut, West and Southwest. Fast Lin Between "illiio.arau neute' ier-ric- Itt Propriator it Shall JOE AISDAIiliAH, PHIL SHERIDAN, ISUKE. be Second to no Countrr J3otel in the State, in iti Fare, Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort ef is Determined that LEXINGTON A CINCINNATI . lcheduU Id Effect Oct. 11, 1(14. f I' 45T?i r "T5T vllll ; T0CREDIT0RS. Baggtg ctsasso4atl frs or charg. to CommsrclalTraTslsrs. Th Harwlll alwaya sippllsd with th ehelest kraadaof Ltqaorsaid Clears. their Guest. wlllb carsyd ta tad frost tk 4 oas Natelal Bt 7' ! 09tbM PBBB8B "tlLirf J.bb j .' I Tras.M.rk. MUKKAT'H HrXCiriC, R- rj The Great English Remedy, M-- tf V7 2fw - Iapoltlrcur ry, Loss of Drain for Weak Memo- . i!l!i 1 1 H " si SJLMJ.I M ?? OB V. 7? 8S5i88 a n n U 8SC3S m a I'owtr. Nerrous ' I I H BBDB,,B 0D9BB L,yJuj(tiiiirjasjjsjar7 FIRE INSURiNCE. sfio c MINI l'rei.liknt Clvvelrtnd'a Ijiw I'artner. a n 4 BOUNDARY OF esLSCHISTA "V" tX- I A xL ft ra INDIA jim It Sam y A IHillinery t .uns. jiaonv mis Are you faUin?, try Wcixa IliiLTn lis Mrwsa, a pure, cican, truoicsonie For Drain, VerTes.Plnmaeh, Llrer. kldneii, I.uniri An t'nequslnl Inrlfomnt. Cures ccart fsjyi ARABIAN Ifi bare recelred and am dally adding to my stock a eplendld Line of Millinery of lb latest and inosiatyllsh g ods, which I write the Isdles to call and examine at my storo on Lancaster a ret, tonfldent tbat I can elre entire satlatac'lon. A Drras-MaklI'epartment la atttibed and pretldrd orer by competent ladles. 1 INDIA ADHOItDED V "f m mux, fctinford, Ky DEBLI TY DTSPBPSIA, Chill. Headache. Forer. Actio. & WEAKNESS. nvrlt,uucqualed for munications to the tl manufacturers. 31 VII It A V JIEOHJ.VK V.O., Kansas Cltr. Mo. Sold In Htsnford by Penny A McAUster and all Druggists ererrwhere Aaniua I'KTU A Co., Wholesale Agen ts, 200-lLoulsrille. Ky. . as Unlrersal Lassitude, l"ln In tne bacc, Dimness of Vision, frema-lur- e Old Age.and ruiny otr.crdls-easc- a that lead to Insanity or Consumption. In all cases of Female Weaknnslbe HpeclBo acU Ilk a ensrm, restoring loss or uuidx rigor, glrlnf to tho eye a brilliant and sparkling beauty, to tbe cheek me rosy biooom 01 neaiin AfttrTakfar JTMurray'sBpcclflels sold by all Druggist at i per pacxage, or six. pacxages ior SO, Also by mall, postage free, on receipt of prlct. srKull particulars In pamphlat, which will be mailed freo to erery applicant. Address all com- osrer iskwj. the excrasot matured years, such Impotency, and General Loss of Tower ol the Ueneratlr Urgans; a nil all HIms.m that ftlllAW qutnee ol youtbrul Imprudence 01 111 11 S..MH p'" K2? ? 5S25SB u. 1 I I CM ! I I TmJrMarb Ibbbbs O CstalM Ms : i si v BE ,vol-oana- lm . m f C o 8? 3BB5BB aBBBB3B T "Vrrrirr 5. 5 3 o D . mmmmvffi ?'"rwi"'i Jl m i SMS ff.ffp.2i?i9sacfr3 tr Sl - :i?? I FT f u ill nn hii DlCa n "- -! ' ' 1 ill I a a a j j 1 z P h -- MAP OF TEPJlITOnV Administratrix Sale I will oftV at public sale to tbo blgbrst bidder at tbe late residence ot rl. K Cubtnlcs. dee'd. four milts from Stanford ou tbe I'.usU Ilranih pike, oc " INI V Xf WIIBOS S. Wikon S. ULssoll weighs jurnl. H0 aUj ostm a Lat, hiih, it u uurci,nry Jotuy, covers a largo Uwid m m ire) snsj Alan one. Ho lias bam on intimate terms for SO year. He ritli n Imvyur as Ugh fctamllug tf ; tho har In weeteni SMT ToikniMl w ng Cle claud's former law jait-ntHu Is a graduate of Yale college, and Srfnre lib inarrinze us 0:10 of tliat ootorlo of "iiaolwlniV of whom bo much m Hritten altMit dunng tie camimtgu. BISEf.L. "i Cto-ela- Wu ivMdcii. And ending Saturday, March. 23, I83J. commenc Tribune ing at 10 o'clock a. it promptly cacli day, sell at "AVhy are you llko tlio u;oon, Nickujir" public auction to ibe highest bidder ior CASH, only, a large, fresh and well selected stock of MiA hli friend Bates. "I givo it Wlckup. "'Well, bnai.M Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots uur face is always bright and I i.ng with good and Shoes, Hats, Notions, &c, I3aU. "Tim a.n't bad; HI aaturo," of W. M. Howard In Crab At the brick store-roow ifo Ihm I get home," Orchard, Ky. A aplendld opportunity ts offered Jut tell that to my every one to purchase goodsat nominal prices, uu iMCKiiii, uuu iiien no iviiihni at tuo , u me win jw w ii. w,u and told him to "set Vm up again." Philadelphia Call: tho weekly Saturday auctions and goods "itary," aid ho when he reached homo man never advertisosYho lircwd akating rink betvreupurchasers for CASH at their actual whole, old to hard wood Uoors. STrnl uvcmlng, "Why am I like thwinoonf" salt cost without larrlare. IF. O. HXi.C,BfcelTri iti" sho tjarily asked. Ho "What b BUlLOn'B CATARRU BEMEDY, a rcsltlrd N. II All txrsona indebted by account to w. Si. the question. "Ikscaust you ni-- full cure for Catarrh, DyphtberU and Hj ward will aare cost! by settling at once with In Crab Orcharery iiionth in tho year," sho nnsHered, anil roriale by renny A McAllstcr, Canker Mouth, W. O, Hansford at the W. 0. VV. ard. iiCOIcftBo - niitn't jcnow it u" bar-Irnd- or in hersoutliHanl march Into Asia tcAiird tho frontier of India. It lx) fcecn that tho tituatlon revealel by rewill cent telegrams, and which excited so much anxiety at, London and Calcutia, is tho uutcomo of n delilwralely planned and Ann ioerutul movement. In ISM it tvill bo R".'t. the lcrgest sections of territory Hasnnuoxerl, and tlio sulnediieiit npcsloim hi and grow smaller A tho danger of alarming tho Itritish lion lnereno. It is evident that IlusMa is to obtain nn outlot to tha Arabian Aa, and taking ml vantage cf England's in Kgypt lmj luiotly strengthening the aciiuliitioiw obtained up to this timo with the intention of DKikiiig a bold dash through Afghanistan when the oppoitunity should present itolf. 1 he boundary lino uf India, together with tlie location of all tho strategic points with the iiminof Mhluh tho public aixi likely to loonki familiar In tho coining conflict, nro lihtinetly nmtked 611 this map, which should bo kept for reference. South of the city of Ponjilltfh Is 1 dotted line showing tho bound- try line letwoeii Russia and Afghanistan, which is now n dkputo. At piownt tho tius.,iaii ioru, with tuoir advontvd ba.os of suppllos at llerv and Haraklis, are, whilo tho Britisli roreign Oillee U nmusrxl wiUi negotiations only Intended to gniij timo, lvlng steadily pushed 011 ward by two distinct otites, h hich convergo at Herat. aun.eli'ouiiolof Tlitabooinapsliou8 cleaily (he sections 'f country that Russia has at different Mm DV IIUJ.SIA, will, UB3EE3Z31 Sexual Uecli' 0. Malarln, fl'Op-- r hot., 0 for?3.O0,nt Unigfrlata. L. H. Jersey City, N. J, lf.8.X. lUKnu LivtK Nlco to Like, true HiBnt (11 & MISSISSIPPI Th Direct Itotite to R. I dt a sSiSei . P BBBBJB SH a BBi i, . j m i EE0BB s BS ISM -- E S Bj B 5 3- -1 i i wj?9 a oS 1 Hi TO St. Louis & the West Northwest and Southwest by the way of sssu i 'III 3 3?' BJS . I 13 COM !l 15 i Jill! P B B A THURSDAY, 9IAHOII 10, 18S3, All tbe personal propertr, cousls'locof lire ttocK, steers, it head t;onl yearling fcHeera, good Milk Cows with youcg Calres, thorough brnl )earllng bull, red, fi good work Mules, well broke. 2 2 ytar-olrure Mules, 3 yearling Male, 2 brood Marea, one Mare, 2 yearling Colts, 12 head ofllogs; Corn. Hay. Farming Implements, Uousebold and Kitchen Furniture, Ac. Terms uadn known on day of sale SA ItAll KVIIA SKS, Admx. i"J t) 1 d 'PSSSS I w I.OUISYIIsIorOI.OI.XATI. "" Chattanooga MTuninn iarlllo and Clucliina tor iimae direct loniii'Ctlou at Ifi Kiprt. on tbo Ohio Louis and all (flints West. TTMirp Hnly from thoe 'sESSBS iS'SBSB 3 S Buchu-Paib- a wlnnllli the A Mlsilsslppt fur I MAY.SVII.I.K IIUANOH. NOKTH-llODH- LUht-nln- g "NorsT. '4 JUDGMENT H M.E riut bn Dry Goods, Clothing, AC. LINCOLN DAVI3, MALLOUY CIUCUIT A CO. C itl'.T. In Diulty, . W. M. IIOWAKD. AC lly rlrtucof an order of the Lincoln Ciicult Ct. In the abore cause tho undersigned Rec liter will onSATUUDAV OF KACH VVLKK, lstttagcaaiaDaaYavnxirisjM cmm of tho l'rostato (Hand, Drops'cal remain disease 1, cf Urine, all DUoastw ot tlio flenlio-- I rlrniT Onrnn, hi elthcrsos. Frr 1 .1. Innlthr or Unnatural !lclinn;e3 v also Llianln'a Injection Heur. each 31. lor SW'IUI.IS, iltber eor.tnrtnl or itcreuuary ramt, uro uiapin'H t'onatitu- II in JIllti.rHrnin. -- .! fl wr lintlln nrul . : ::i:i ;:..." .."i,: - rrnimmorujd. 92.00:-- and Clm- w.uinnH u'vjj rirpmiuio isaivi, si.iw. U DOUlt'S on rnip. 2 of tills, 1 tialre, by Espr cvlnt of SI jiw. .rntliru.'tr'jiU. K ij. WtJ.ts. Jersoy City. N .1.. lT B A. F 11 i3 iacr, iniummation, Irnt itionr f Kf and UloUder. Kluneor Ornvel id,. Itrmnrbablo Cures of Catarrh of the trnlnir Itilckir than any hther line, glrlug our pissengea time for meals and first choice of seats in train WpMt. Ine going by wnyT,f Chicago. Uulsrille or flncln-J.XLUUIb natl to ht, Iauu, being two hojrs Lrn Corlnglou.. .Vr""'0" I I2Hours Quicker Af.r I."1 fr,,,,,,r5 VBir",' ,0d"tMHhna8hDya.nV " Maysrlll HOUTII-not-V- , 4 X0 p ui 3 20 p ta to n m 3 47 )) m 0 00 a w 6 07 iu Ially Ually hi. Kuo.i:i. Gun. 2 00 pw 7 M a ru TKo it. 10 jo h m 7 00 7 S u pm 11 ;,'. o. &Tm. Llms at Ex. biiti No78i Dally "KoToT" Ex. riun laily Always makes Past Timo and Sure Cm xieotions With all ! Lro Maysrllie.. " Johnson. ., I'nrilsle . " Mlllcrsburg ? Irr l'jrls " Islington. . . !i 41 6 30 7 'Jl 7 41 I ... . a a a M0 a U 10 a 1 n in : Beginning Saturday, Feb. 7th, St. Louis and Intermediate Points, H x 1 '.'0 p v. in 1 59 pu ui 2 4 i m m 3 0'J pni 111 3 M p in in G CO p u m II 111 A Clear Skin is only a part of beauty but it is a part. Every lady may have it ; at least, what looks like it. Magnolia Balmt both freshens and beautifies. . No Ferries! XoOiiniibiiaTruiiK-fer- m 1 store-iuoi- kh ro-jat- etore-bcu- je Itl0-t-o- tl ' U ',lU"r r01" """nnatlto Con uccl Ions nude In Union Depot, lit. Iuls, Knoxrin"1! with trains of lines going West, Northwest and Lexington and Paris:-- No. 62, dally except Bun- rlouthwett. Ilyouarogilng West to any point, call on or ,'"1",on willo to the uudiTSlgiicl. For full and rvllahls Information In regard to ljiml, Ae , In the Western Ktatra, Iapi, Guides and lowest social rates lor Tickets and Household aCnS!ngroanKna' V' ' 1 UooJs to all point West call on or address Through tickst and bspgagn checked to anr CI. II. ALHOP, Passenger Ag't Ohio A Mississippi Rallvrsy, dietlnatlonrmhed by a railroad. B.F.U.MOIWE, llarrodsbiirg, Ky W. II. WHITTLEdKV, AV. W. PE4BODV, Puswiger Agnt, W. B. BIIATTUC, Trar. Pres't and Wl ifau'gr, Ocn'l Pas. Agt, T' Ky C. W.3MJIII, v. uuirai raisouger Agcfll, II. W.KUI.LKK . tain?, Cincinnati, Ohio. Meuersi Manager I uun, Vrw Ai ngion lo Corlngton. Train No J runs rl Islington aud Paris an.) ' not rla Winchester and Paris rxcfpt Sunday between Lex. ini. .,.' ''. Notb1 rain No. 3 runs dally Wine tester and Leal fi" from Knoxrllle. Ir "inlK i, J si "TwsU "?