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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885032001 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. K SK, v . . . t,. l If - tf "'"SaBI .- -- w ..,. .. , , ., .. Man ot Oall. anked a imooth-lookin- iiteffo STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1885. WILLIAMSBURG, g' vfex Uttftt ii4k NO. -- MV. Cot. Morse and the THeatfava m4 JV(iIni ni.OO ftta paM J5-'- n. ANNUM etrlclly lh advance. If we have to watt'&T'llme, fane will be chanted. xv: i wALTbN. HUSTONVILLE.UNCOLN COUNTY. A daughter of Prtaalr Benedict tm burned to death a few dava tlnce, her bVcorae ignfted in confluence at r belsjt bay near (he Ore. t'lfi! aire notic with a big P. that the fa-- da art on ffaul to pay o(T leichere claim. The eiipariatendenl will be In SunforJ oq Frldaj and Saturday to liqui- date tWonelt Cloyd, nd aUter, Mra. New Orleaua. r. to reUtivee. Jim Qoodewaacoa-ralreceuntil he ht&rd of the rati! of the (eel equal to the dog otter, bat doef-'tio- t Ye." tank of arresting the monster. "What i that for? I am not aocuatoHj-e- d to aucb treaiment." life ia the Weet End baa been rather We am mouutotfme far wteail "Perhap not; TdWt know th riele on V ak aaaaaata" and noted far a Okio road, but oa thb one we always atlp not iIklarge qot!lw by frelglrC Vou Ji.-!.- ,. ill!.- ni. rae maeee 01 im usfts M we haren't rook in our paimger jptij tlan church, however, propoee to get up, on coachea Friday evening, 27th Inet., an entertain-meBut the editor didn't wait for the finlah, consisting of aatMlc, lmtrutn ratal and the Colonel ahooL his fat ridee till hi and rodal, to he eweeeeded 07 a rapper ad rib rattled. Merchant Trareler. eoclal reMfec la the mueMal detriThree performing seals are said to be ment our heat home taleat will be aided bjr seen at (he Westminister aquarium in Lon euch Baeaee 14 Dr. ad Mr. Lee F. Hub! don. They perform on such mnsical in man, of Stanford; MIm Llllie Foster, of strument a the banjo, guitar, drum a ad Lexinglo Frof. aad Mra. Walter, of ciabali; they askoke, and in the comic part Uarrodab-rt&aelt-theAlio the rt. of Ihotr perfomiace a blind member of the the iluetoarllle ladle are too trio pTay (he rjart of the needy knife At well known to need commendation. grinder; white aaotter, leit to rock a era-dithe objact of the entertainment i to aaaiel oferturn !( hah ViaM. inin u. hnrch orfund to pay for Inrlsin toafc. TheydriTO froaa hfgh'ta, a&iyWfl '! gan all lorere of govl tnualii W.t Hlcka oat of the water a retriever dog do, toeacouran the enUJrprlie. and catch fiah aed take them unhurt to Aa ? bare no aspirant for office and tbelr aaaerter. 'And dae of ihem ha bUn had nr rWletjtie at the Inauguration, we taught to Te life. A man ia launchtd on can look with comparative calmnc oh the a rait into tLe tank, and hen the raft cp. ecltin and allhtlr htimlllWnsr scene else, the seal edrfe bim by the collar of 1. But being enacted at the N u u' V. HI coat, and swimming on it back, so as, the pomp, pride ani clrcu u uce, the with the lower portion of ita body to keep , grand dliplay later and the man' head abore the water, tow him wild enthuelaem of laattgurail.xi daj hare to ah'ore. glren p'lace to the deep paired awa-auWhat Makes CowrLTXtON. A pigcuree of life eHetppoUtet), the nerroua anxiety of the arpectaot, and the dire tick ment under the eplennl make the The colored person ha a black naeeof WaH froea hbpi deferred still. The pigment, the brunette a light brown pig America Wo an excitable people and ment, and the blonde ha a atill lighter pig. dlabW. A few ?taa ago ment Wnen there is no plgaaeat in the renAetea ae waa alasoet an tol. A lew skin, an Albino la the result, with pink m 'te a few eye, white hair, and white skin. When dttP'OWftrTfteVttaad br'H''JleVfraiWt tA3 now the there t an xcea of pigment, freckle BwehWjfWtmre Tollowfnt whb loud ic mole and birth-marappear. Freckles' clatto va'd InuultuOtte cheerlii In the re not alone due to the acUoi 6T the sun. them In abundance on Yet in 8omepejplehT wake of ftulliran the luer, twenty jean from the present the name of the parts of the body uat expored to the neither will b found except in antlqut sun. The hairs are hollow tubes, and hare tfdlirtfery. A few yeari elncb we knew a'eipply of pferaitol sent Into theta wtflch t.u3arelard toanlelS, llUtered, fawce I dtrmloe the color" of thethHr, (tie g. K iefit came from &e Wood. "White hair In iti epell t upee5- -il tolcj mqre tfio UitetiWg mlltltuile hli lowing tthy'hafromabwnoS 0f pTeaeril or Ifrok Mntcr.ce carrying cotnlctlon and arou' ing the presence of air in the tube. enthuilam wherever they rererberated The Arixona editor ha got into trouble and now we behold him "retired" -- hired He expMns it thui: "We edit our piper to come down from hi lofty pedca'at on thi week (torn thn !!) t: A . tag fer $500 er annum! Sic Iranut, de We h'iyaVeiTai in ""j" " """" "rcauoe we resenieu an Bohemian Oats Swindle. insult offered us by the pin feather jour-n- llt A paper la Ohio explains how aneer wVo trlfi to run an opjioaition paper are heme worked in'tytfitaU.'oo the foleharptr goe into a neigh in tlil town. But if he thinks he will lowing plan. A muwle the pre In thi wy l.e ia mietak-e- n borhood with a dttcription of a wonderful L'kc KJmund Yatea, we shall kind of oat. The larmer i approached come out of jail atrongtr than ever and andoflered a ijuantity for $150. They ahall thke our place in the world with reagre to Uke"h'l note fur the amount, and newed vigor and ttreoglh, A month is not algn a contract that they will eell 30 buih $10 p;r bushil or a long time to a man with a good consciel o( wht he raleca at ence, which i our cao. We would the note ia n t to hi piid. TnU don't apoir frieni' to turn in all Itcma of new the note though, and it ie old to pear in to the gentlemanly jailor, who will giro i ignorant of the an Innocent pwtT who lo of the onU. O! them to utV cintract about' the A Methodist minister ha dlseotrixl ih.n couwetho oatiarc nothing new, ami the skip tho country, and the farm- thcCiSt of thematntenanro of religlou in cootmcor f a cent per iners fil to fell the h r y biuheli cf oat,but the United State is the inairanV p.uty um for the amount of dividual, lie fajg thu cenniB show that -. tried n iw, while thirly-threthousand lawyer in thi ci U beithe no'e. lupo.tint raeulie to ciuntr recuve thirty.fire million of U d anion fees per annum, thirty seven thous-an- J many who gv thens notes. Those fame uiniatera get only ir millions. He in other eections and It ncampt nre workiou to be on thoir hai also found out that the mllliona of dolwill hi well for firnur gilird. If atn:jr c(Tm Ilihemla Oil lar." are spent ovcry year to Minnort th and offjra t J Hell your prMuct at S10 per doc of tho cotintrv. Ciurtesr, whether natural or acoul! 14 binbe', rldo him out on a rail or tret hltn t j a suit of tar ud ffnther R,n excellent oapltal for a boy or girl to be To llr.MovE DANniturr.Thl ia a n&t gin wim. i'oilt habit ami winning hava almost invariably proven the a culonpous hqt becaun ur- -l ee,creliuo. Take on ounre of op pewme to auccei. We'nll llko to be complaint b negleo. with kindly conslderatiou, abd lie iiowdercd borax, a piece of unUr!iid lime I not win) in hi day and (jeneration who ibo b'U of n ohestnut, and a tahlespoonful f jrotH to pnflt by Urn ofammonio. Put them in a quart bottle, Btandrird. till It "P with boiled or pump w.Utr. AfThere i n cmstHnt Hro4iu o'f invnlid to ter twelH hour apply thi wash to the cilp. Lidiea can apply it "est with a thaArkanea Hot Sprliiif, nd while uiauy timall nponge. Ilinte with tepid water. get no relief and die, it U aurtd tht during the past ten yew upward of After a few applications thoacale will 01 niHeiie the hair becomes w't and brilllMit jiojjiiu iivu iiruu cur-s- i having bein given up by their .1 v and the young.hair will bo ieu to atari out. torx Dandrull hould tie cureil arulliillv n a Wcddinc feu custitui to produce nick headaohe or an ituj.oriM.t not Item In ttin rvnuiie of iht- - popi.lar nilnif-teieby it endden Buppre'ilon. ew York nd l'bslHdelp'iiu, tbvir TllV XT VOUHSB.1.1' , annual lecelpt ponietian-- ' resohiug S3 1)00. puilJIngU not .n cliewlm the Tlio iro9forttio ! ' Thb fee vary from $10 to f&OO. Th uve . In lulns n prorir.lt' to try lng, & PlaW.tUe Dniahta, tkljiirlt. JI?I!sb.Tli IlojanltV Niili ij. age of onj ministr whu hgt ywSSQ 0,tVa fj tTtal l)ttl? qf Hr.. Wnv wiiIl you ctmiii w'b.'t, rw1,.'i,.'. ..... 'iolio j., .syniji far cathan.l every CfonluTni-tlb- l amittw willKlrolmiDeJIatorellelf IVIco'JCo and or any il. for wltljXrwiiRh, Colits, Aitlim, lo by Penny A' MoAll!r. l,iins'A'iriefton. on a al " hJ vlt Due Johnson, haa Mr. Judge Gozttt Jr, with Ma mother gone to U here "Are yoa Ool. Mo ml" young man going into the Kentucky Central tailroad office In Coylngton wd addressing Col. Morw, Trantportatlon Paweh'ger Agent of that road. "Yer, sir," responded the Colonel, with a fine II ugraas amlle. "All, glad to meet you elr," the rlsllor continued, cxteadittg.hl hand, wfaleb Colbael crught on to. am an Ohio editor, and I want to go to Lexington eir.'; "Um am," hesitated the CMnnnl. Hron. ping the edttoral Angara, "you want a 1 flppot7 ' 'Of course; we neyer travel ny other way when we can help it," he atd, empha-aliln- g (he "we." "Hare you eer mentioned our road in your paper?"' inquired the Colonel. "Well, no, I car.'t say that I hare. You eee we are awy up in the northern part of therjtate, and- -" 'T understand," interrupted Morw; "you can hate the pies, but you will have to go " on a freight-trai' Oa a freight-trait?repeated the aaton-Iapplicant for preference. WHITLEY COUNTY. OARRAHD COUNTY BEPART MENT. 'I te pa, n ' .'.'i, er j, '.!. .., for" nt a-- e. fnvii. d com-plexto- ani'fDet k p-i- alii the-prtu- one-hal- tu pdi e dol-lan- lu Monday waa county court day. Not Lancaster. many in and very little businera transacted. Next Monday la County Court day. Where, oh! where ii Rev. Diwton? he Cyril Daly, Jr , waa married to M&a has failed to put in appearance for two Lula B. 8tone Thursday. The partlea both months. realdeln tht county. Mahan Bror., are still adding to their J. H. Bagil and MIm Kate Knight, improvement a ware house 20x40 feet oa both of Jeeaamlne county1, Went married at rear of lot. A new lumber mill la soon to be. erect the Lwcaater hotel Thuraday. Mr. Udgh Haya, of Lincoln county, ed in our enterprising llitle (own by Jonea or Hhoals, Ind., who, we are in- naareniea toe Hen Dann property near mothers, formed, will locate here. We extend a iowd ana win aunrtly remove to it. C. C. Ford wa brought here henrly welcome to all anch bualneta men. and lodgA great many of our clt zena look ad ed In jtll by a Paint Lick constable chrKed with illicit whisky selling. vantage of the few bright day of last week Tnc B iyle county dog remover could and have plowed up their garden and planted onloa, potatoe etc. Dr. Gatllff' do some wholesale bualneai in hi line at potatoes being old and t'jelr eye bad he tht place and receive the lhanka of a lone- I feared they could not eee how to come up offering community. Messrs, Llllard, West & Co., will open aohe planted hi peciacle with them arolleraictlnrinkaitheCity Hall in a that they might see. John Green and N. A. Richardson have few daya. They are trying to procure the just completed a new biam on Cjmber-lan- d service of Mr. W R. Gaodall, a , of Liulsville, to h river at the mjuth of Watt Creek attraction We maybe (Barley Station) and are ready to accommodate all persona wishing to ship their a little bit behind time with our rink, but timber to market. Thli boom, bsdde be- we hope to gtt there nil tbe same Diedr,Monday evening, at hi hoeae ing moat convenient to the railroad fa said to be one of the best and safest on the near Bryantavllle, In thla county, Mr. Jone L. Adama in the 75th year of hh river, having a capacity of 30,000 to life. Ill death waa very sudden and unlogs. expected, having been ill but a few day. LONDON LANCET. Along concourse of relative and frleada followed hi remain to thla place where), Br lafff Tutu. Tho I.vteuioh Jocknal brightens odr after a abort aervice by the Bet. Lapahjy office twice a week now. McKee, of Daavilla, they were laid to rest Winter aeems to take a new lease o'f in our cemetery. Misa Carrie Wood, of Llocoln county, life and ia "lingering in the lap of epring" U vtaitiag Mra. JI. C. KauSeaaa. with a vengeance. Aat -- Willfe J. Spark, of Louisville, li in Sooka Salter ia reported daageroual ill. town (f know your reader ara Rav. W. I. Fowle ia reported batter thla waiting with bited breath to hear ihl ) morning. Sam M. Anderaco, Of Looid-HiBrother Flab, I maataay, ha, unintenia vbiiting relative at thla plaee. tionally perhaps, done a prominent man of CapU and Mrs. T. A. Elkia have returned our county great injuittce. The gentle from a delightful visit to the World's Ex man injured ia Uncle Dxk Golm, who la position at New Orleana. Col. W. O. preed by hi friendf, be aaya, to make Sweeney ia in Louiaville diiposlag of hla the race for the Legislature from this die tobacco, The court have beet) doing a whole-ta-le trict, and I am in favor of Dock Goin buainees this week and several boarder there, for aminz other important measures have been sent to Jailer Rothwell. Wedhe propova to push through is one to atop the "payment of assessor out of the coun- nesday, Taylor McKee, colored, wai fined ty levy " By all m wna let Djck Go(tn) $50 for a breach of the peace and waa seat e in defaalt of payment and ntop tht outrage on public justice. to the Hi Brother 8m waa found guilty of carBra Fub, you never mentioned hla name and you mutt apologizi to the doctor rying concealed weapons and fined $50 aad Come sow, "give honor to whom honor Is 30dayainjti! Bith of these gentlemen duo" Saeyour artiste in the Interior were on the floor committee of a colored JounuAL of March 13, and givern your-ee- hop to be given Friday evening, but it ta to be auppoeed tbey will cancel their enaccordingly. gagements pleading business before pleasWA YNESSUflO. LINCOLN COUNTY. ure. Before the coin y judge, W. E WalThe raealea are raging in this vicinity. W. H. Singleton, Br , passed to the ker, Wolford Baker waa triad on a bench brgbrr life on the Hth leaving a wife and warrant for "toting a gun" and fioed $50 and 20 daya in jail. Bill Gill, an African several children. fine appetite for chickens, waa Mj Kigney, of Casey county, wa in with a90 lar for dava trying to appease his town a' few Jay aldce and from hi appear- given longing for the feative poultry at thi exance he want to be elected again. Ife pense of Alex. Miller. Bill only got two seems to think that Mr. Talbott ia too old fowle and will, so doubt, thlnlc them rather to undertake tb term ot fonr years. expensive. Kitty Gill, hi wife, confessed A younggentleman from Buck Creek ahe waa guilty of the same offense came to town Saturday and after getting that and waa teat up for 10 day. Mr. F. M, with a lot of hi chuma they concluded that a ride on the train would be very fine, Stogar will take charge of the work houta week and will start them alt to work, The biya rode a short distance and jumped next off and the Back Creek ite got his face 8pruce chewing gum costa, at wholeskinned till It was not very pleasant to h'm sale, $160 per barrel, acd one Maine firm to be in company. barhas a ild since Christmas nicety-eigh- t rels. Their orders come from all parts of The Oho and Mississippi. country. The olhet day they received The season for West bound business will tbe a letter from a Chicago girl, who said she soon begin, and the merits of the different wrote on behalf of herself and classmates, linea are being vigorously urged. Among asking the price of a barrel of gum and the cindldatei for public favor m line re the coat of loading it into the cars. Some ceive or deserves a better recognition than Troy OjIo & Mlwiwlppl Riilway. Thi fa Chicago girls are said to chew gum. the Time. largely owing to the great facilities and ad In the Senate, after a long debate the vantsgea it enjoys in the traneportation question of whether a Governor of a State of rwuengrrj of all clauea to the West, a United States Senator for B'in? the short Line from Cincinnati to can appoint by a vote in St. Liuia and the West, owning its own an entire term W4 decided the efUrmative, and Henry M. Blair waa track and riionin; ita own trains through In to succeed himself a Senator from without change, it ia able to offer the olo sworn Hamyabin? Nw nint, as well a the passenger who ride in a Said that dapper little lawjer, Ambrose sleeping cir, tbe advantage of quick transportation on express trains, without tho II. Purdy, yeiterdav; "'There ia a restaudravbicle of changing car or waiting for rant In Chatham w lere I can get twenty-fou- r kinda of meat and vegetable! for fif-tconnections (and purhapa missing them), cnta." "How do you do tha'7" asked which arc amonfc tbe disagreeable feature Colonel Felltwa "I order hah " incident on other lines. THH REV. GEO. H.THAYEi:, of Bourbon.Iud Beddai, ita connections at Cincinnati, sjji. "Itolh uyiclfsnil wlfoowe our Uvea to 'a Loniiville and S . Liuia are nude Wed-needay, prof-atonroller-akaterfur-alasemi-weekl10,-000 e, work-houslf en IMMENSE SIOOK OF- - PAPEUf -- Tnif-ED AS'D- - BEADY FOR THE WALL! - AT - M'EOBEETS & STAGE'S. ALL PRICES AND STYLES. ing N6w Qoofts for Fall and "Winter, comprising tae 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. Ruplejr TJPXEJ"r. I have received and am .O. still receiv- BOURNE! you remember Alice, Ben Boltt" "Her bright smile haunts me atllll" "Yea. I saw her last at Dr. Boorne'a Drug Store.' No wonder, ahe got bar paint from Bourns. "O, write, me a letter from bom- -, "John Anderson, ray Joe John, you hair la And gat the stationery from Bourne. the anaw your eye Is dim!" "I wonder If abalovea me 7" Tell the old coon to go to Bourno'a and gat Bho will If yon buy ybur batutlaera from ornuuurareaalng and a pair of Lai Bourn. cele orated Kock Crystal Bpecks." "Bote bloom and then they Itker." Tbe perfumrt are made Into extracta for Bourne. Shall I never mora behold tbee?" "Yee, and In good health, for I get my inedsHa. "Kathleen Mavourneea, the gray dawn Is break-tog- ." from Bourne." "I'm g)a4 or It; Bourn has ao many nlc goods "What are the wild waves saylngr" J want to take the whole day purchasing.-- ' Bourne, Bourne, Bourne, Bourne, Bourne! Then, Katydarllng, do tell Lilly Dale to put Pick a Boo In Aunt Kody'a old arm chair an. "Rock ma to sleep, mother," while you go to Bourne'a Near Drug Store and get me a Tooth some Toilet Soap, a pair of Le Mora's Pertscoplc Lenses, some of his Letter r&pcr, ss. ect 0, don't ag bottle of Vanilla for your mother, atrengtbeoing Cordial for your grandmother and some worm for Jeems, and go quick or I'll make you think "This cruel war Is not over." Us A i- UNDERTAKER, -i a V4t-'c- l e Wi VUEiV lQ . aay jirlqefl you can etain elsewhere, 'Irclht ielng dtted. Ara a full a89rlieut of CoIg, Cafes, Shrauds and Itobes, enkrae iBg Hit iHe naew oiyiea, doih c cap ana expensire. Ware pipoaKe St. Asapu Hotel, Stanrord, Dealer in Furniture Full and cailc(e aasertseiit of FarnKure, cnbracJtig vsrjmvw "e ine 1'Arier Sh1(c, te Reo tbe cities to make yr iiiWUaat, want quanuij er anaiuy yen whi. a tu tar Heed lai-- 1 mMajanr 1 ?Ma sa alf Tl Iy. HOUSE FAINTER! AND 8rA!U-oD, PAk HANQEB. A JB a$ iaHaal a -- -. Freeeo Celling Paper Hanging a Specialty. Orders rromDtlr Attended to. Kv. Omce South side Main Street, two doota above the Myers Hotel; Pure Nitrous Oxide Oaa administered whan required. HCIIOEONUUJDENTIST, STANFORD, K.Y. OB. W. B. T.ni 4JU. .. iTTTmnir a .t A iXLVAl igggggial9 tfr haanaLal-X laVaWrj n f aTLiaaaa-- TJentlst. BTANFORD, KENTUCKY. door to Intk RiottJouRKAt.onict. Otaro homsfroraS to TJ a u.ind 1 to 5 p. u. Anesthetics a1 ministered wnei necMiarv Office on PENNr, Laucterstrat, rext In 13 by-Jem. Hire nU A euro (or Kliuumnilm. Ni uruiiti.i.f'la lliirix, sprain. Hcalds.t'uti", llrul.se 1, fn elllnea ami all other bodily paliu. runners mid owners or slik11Irepommendlt ns the rurkc knownKromedjrrer cure Miouldc-- r Httnliu, (. J 1 t bcratrhsoi t'liafM or (lalH, Hnrnlni. IWk,, Film lu tlio er Mff e. Introduced rrr, 5r.LIKMENT. patnli .HnrMton Alien. TsTERVE dUBONE Sor, lt etc. Iltitrnre ('HAS. II.AI.I.I'.V Jr..toleI'rop. nndMano- facturer,rmii'e,,No,;lU'..'ili.''l..('lurlniintl,0 0 JiHitmtlon. e. tMTor unlo b all Unicelsta.ntu 1 w In-ata- Ion Depot aud pi'senger avoid tbe annoyance of a transfer. The O. & M. runa four solid express train to the Wot daily to accommodate it large and constantly iccre&aiog travel goml ejidenoe of itn popuhrity. It ngnta are at all time ready jo furnish information and aMistauoo free of chargo to those who contemplate moving Weal; and tho manfjoment are constant 111 their eilorta to miintaln Ita reputation ss itUo Shi-loU- Coniumptlon Cure." For tale by Penny A McAllstir ARE YOU MADE MISERABLE by Indigo-HoCGiutlpalloD, Dlzslnesj, Lots ot Appetite, Yellow bllu" Shlloh'a Vltallzer ta a post tire cute. I or Mie by runny a wcAilstcr. PLOWS ! PL A n, Jmmv, a fact.-Chic- HKo r, cf tho "popular line." -- ! Same one sayH tho country editor is a 'I man who read tho newepipers. writes on Dayton Steol Plov?s, Champion Steel Plows, Champion Sulky Plows, Lime moot any cubjocl, tticka type, fold papers, Stone Plows, Lone Star Plows, Bissell Chilled Plow, Gale Chilled make' up mail, run erranla, fa. wood, work in the garden, nunw the baby, rides Plows, Mnysvillo Hill Side Plows, Malta Double Shovel ll. duck to wnter, milk the geear, is Plows, Mmklo Double Shovel Plows, Hall3 Double blumad for a thonsind of things h- - never ' Shovel Plows, Minkle Pony Plowi, Hall's thought of, work hard all day, hslpj poor people lino ollisa who forgot all about it Pony Plows, Malta Cultivators, afterward, and vry frq leotly got oheat- td out ot liluariitogs tie pull', ami uot-Something for the Bab nil bIzcn' Plows Xoeml to PltnvHl All Iditdttol'lMons t Plou mere to building up 'lie town iliata any one Wh.it a teirlble alltlctloii abiut the homo ta a QS.50 lo 50, nil PrlvPH! PIowm Iroin o!1, mul tho iuiiiir and the fjy ara eroat, crying baby' A younj nun 01 thn very FOB SALE BY fltte-l- , they will not take hi' paper, but olno of iiMtrlmcay might easily I13 frlgtened vt by bcirlnj til much ot tint soil burrow and beg it, read it and uiihs Hip old Irom bis piirpsio ofiuusloit th boninof lilitJisrrttHt friends. Yet fool editor. talile j'cry com hionly only wlien tbey are sick. Also dealer In Ilitgglcs, Carrlngos, tirrojs, Spring Wagons, Farm AVagww,. white pl;er Ono tvaapoou'ful of Parker's Toolo given tho llttla It n quired U7.80& ti print tne New York World of lait Sun-da- on will bring reatandsleep to the baby and all HarTCstInL'MacliInes,rinnters, Harrows ami nil Llmlsof IVriHlny MfltlilHery liomj. Only 90c at JrusrjIjU'. 1 Positive Cure for Piles, To th poopleofthta county wo would tay that wa have boon siren tho agency ot Dr. MarchlM's Italian I'lte Ointment emphatically guaranteed to euro or moucy refunded Internal, External, Blind, Woadlug or Iiohlnj riles, riico 50 cents a box. No euro, no pay. I'onny V MoAllstcr, Drugglau. Daughters, IVVcs and Mothers, We emphatically gusrantee Ir, Marchlil'a n fcrattlo remedy, to euro female Diseases, inch us Orjrlun troubles, InlUmmatlnu and Ulecrntlon, Killing and dltplaeemant or txrlng Jown feeliD, IrrrKnlarlttle?, Birrennesj, Change ot Life, Iurorilioa, Ifsldci ninny xreokuessrs TlnBli frow the aboie, 11 i llMclnolie, Hlftut-iuj- ;, , SlrrpieMtima, Ncrvoui dei'loul Weato-3bility, I'alptUtlon of thn IlMrt, Ae. For sale by druggist. Trices St and ft SO per bottle. 8cnd to Dr. Muchiil, Utto.i, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. For mI hr IVnny A McAlliter, Drucrlats. W)ilr of at GEO. l.,ot I. WEAKEN, AU v. thn Stmi-ttlilglntmorjoO- Tl taford,Ky.,- - v March 20, 1885 W. P. WALTON. TnK.Biipolntmpntof Joe. S. Miller, Into Auditor of West Virginia, n Commissioner of Internal . Revenuei ovir Toil. B ihotnp. . .. l. .viAnl (nut closely alied to the whiBkj ring to make Mr and impartial officer ami tLat when TWtdent CleTeland has made up bin mind "no" he will fay it thouRh all the to op Seniors and CongreMmtn tail down him, as a number their koeea and beech ..! il.om.plrc tidiruloun bv trip! i.. Jrariortuuily in this ewe. Some tlisup pointed fools would have the country be Here that in decidinc on an appointment that Carlinle uppokiI and Rundall support cd.thePrefidint, hag thereby anuounccd hia opposition to tariff reform and peeks to mike the breach betwein the factionn of the party wider, instead of trying to cement them into a solid and undivided body. This is the shereet nonDfe. The President hae in no amblgous terms nnnounced hia entiie consecration to the principles enunciated by his pirty in National Con veation'DFtembled and has more thr n once jcpreeed himself a in full aympthy with tho tariff plank tbe'reof; and those who t fleet to believe that his actions in the appointment alluded to, give the He to his Tcpecttd expressions, do bo with a purpose of obstructing tho adminiMration and making it odioug to the countrv at large. President Cleveland's spinal column i a monument of ripldlty and having mapped oHtaroiwo which he believes will inure8 lo tLe ccuniry's pocd, he will steer it, pay-ino attention to office beggars and their friends, unless he is convinced that what they oak i what should be granted. All honor to such a man! -- ZZ.T!!t?J!t our caater Thic democrats of Vanceburjr, this 8tate, have settled tho matter aa to the appointment of -'- postmaster by a primary election, so to speak. The contestants submitted their claims and none but democrats were allowed to vote The result wsb the selection of the former Mayor, Joseph Sparks, and he will receive the unanimous support of the friends of tho contestants for the position. When there are a number of applicants for the same office this method muni to bo a cood olc for an amicable of Lan nt tion at Washington: "There is not another abinglon. Uch a dannioh delegation in They fisht among themselves, but they do not permit outside people to interfere. If Kpntuckian -- ., von will have - w J WW the whole State after you. The limeitone m.rlvin? that State is civen as tho rea son for tho production of so many tall, nuge boned men. It la very rare to unit a man born and brought up in Kentucky who is below medium siza. The New York World's correspondent sa, ,n speaking of the Kentucky dele.a .n.t Tun democrats of the Dleware Legis-Uiur- e have selected Attorney-Gener- al George Gray as the successor of Mr. Bayard in the Senate. Mr. Gray is a comparatively voune man. Ho is a brilliant orator and a safe political leader. His eloquent speech pltcing Mr. Bayard before tho lait National Democratic Convention will bo remembered by all who had the pleasure of hearing it. The elevation of Mr. Gray to the Benato will give encouragement to the young democracy all along the Eastern Shore, says an excharge. people are surprised to find that the writer of novels under the name of Ciarles Elbert Craddock is no man at all, but an exceedingly bright lady, Miss Murfree, of Tennessee, who chose the non de plume to aid her in getting her work be fore the public, as she imagined publishers were more partial toward malo authors. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Literary A Washington dispatch says: "Milton J. Daibsni, ex member of Congress, of Danville, Ky., who is a candidate for First Comptroller of tho Treasury, called upon r and presented Secretary Manning liia case. He waa introduced by tho Hon. James B McCrear), his succetsful competitor for tho nomination last summer, who his late opponent a graceful eulogy, and urged the appointment. Tho Secretary received them courteously, and said We ho would consider the application." sincerely hope that the Judge will receive Ibe appointment as he is eminently qualified and no man deserved better of his country or hie puty. Latek. Since the above was put in type Judge Durham has received the appointment acd his friends all over Kentucky and especially in this district, will be greatified. The Judge' service on the Committees of Banking and CnrrtEcy during bis terms in Congress, have peculiarly fitted him (or the position. Absolutely honest, untiling and faithful in everything he attempts, he is sure to fill it with credit to himself and satisfaction to the country at large. pid The Kentucky ofHce-eeeke- are making Congressman Robinson says he it that all the offices will finally be given to democrat, but tha commissions of the present holdeiB will in moat cases be allowed to expire first. He also says that the tariff wai not considered in the least in the appointment of a revenue Thompson's supposed connection with the whisky ring and the fact that he waa one of the principal advocates for the bonded extension bill and a perton-a- l fighter for the liquor interests caused hie defeat. The appointment of Mr. Miller gives great satisfaction. He is a gentleman of known probity and ability and will make a splendid Commbeioner. con-.-kc- their that Mr. Cleveland has determined to go Trry slow in the matter of appointments. way back to their home, satisfied i "WnEN Phil. Thompsona friends were booming him for tho Coinmusaionership they spurned the proposition from Mr. Cleveland to give him some other office, but now it Is said they and he will be glad to get the position of Railroad Commis-eioaefor which he is already an appli-n- t. Tho other position waa asked to nnit homit. prove that the administration waa for reveAt the mouth of Hurricane creek on tho last to show that it is nue reform and this Sandy river, in Wayne county, W. Va., not influenced by corporations. James Valace killed James Burton. The busiCommissioner Evans elevated his spi- parties were partners in the saw-mi- ll nal column the other day when President ness, and Burton had become too intimate Cleveland sent his succesior'i appointment with his partner's wife. for conGrmation to tbs Senate, because it A Washington telegram says the Presread that Miller was appointed in place of ident informed several Senators who called "Walttr Evans, resigned." He claimed that on him that he did not intend to Bend in he had not resigned, whereupon the papers any nominations to the Senate except the were returned to tho President who quietly few that were actually neceisary to assist wrote removed in place of resigned and Evans the Cabinet officers. waa kicked out instead of going out like a President Cleveland is anxious to progsatleuian. McDonald. If he will vide for Cam. Shurtz Bays that Cleveland has take the place he will be made Solicitor more brains than Blaine. Yes, and he General, with the assurance that he shall might h&ve added than moU anybody. have the first vacant seat on the bench of The more we read of him the better we the Supreme Court. Col. John Scott, of tho Queen and are convinced that the country is in safer than it has been for many a long Crescent, has Issued an order giving every hands employe on his road leave of absence to year. Tiiwie was no blow and no effort at a vieit the New Orleans Exposition. This public preeeure in Judge Durham',) case is a characteristic piece of generosity, and will bo duly oppreciated by tho operatives. but he got there all tho sime. Other Attorney-GeneraGarland directs that l might learn a point from this, that good thing even all the carriages and horses in his departthere can be too much of a ment belonging to the Government shall be in recommend itions and petitions. sold at onco and the proceeds turned ever Pendleton's friends are working hard to the Treasury. His chief officials will to have bim Bent as minister to tho court hereafter ride in their own vehicles or paof Bt. James. Lamar wants to make him tronize the airy Btreet-car. Assistant Secretary of State, but "Gentle-.Prof. Sam Clav. under the sentence of ilnpa not think the office nnroe" three years in the penitentiary, for attempt worthy of his greatness. ing to murder Miss Sallle Oldham, in Bath retain Tn President has decided to so Col. county, has been lodge I in that institution, Foster in tho Spanish Miwion; Mis3 Oldham was saverely stabbed but has left again. He Theas Lovely Jones is on that position, entirely recovered and is now tho wife of had fixed hia longing ?aze Mr. F. H. Reppert, of Mt. Vernon. bat ah?! r, office-seekers The weather is intensely cold through out Canada, tho temperature ranging from 5 to 33 below zero. A Washincton dispatch savs Congress man McCreary filed to day 20 applications for postofficea in his district. through There wb a heavy snow-storVirginia and North Carolina Tuesday night. From six to ten inches fell. Ciipt. Thomas C.Jonc, late Clerk of the Court of Appeals, is an applicant for Surveyor for the port of Louisville. Phil Thorn P3on and his friends saw an eclipse of his hopes without the aid of a yesterday. Louisville glana smoked Times. The grand jury of Pleasant county, W. Va., present over 100 indictments against prominent and respectable people for playing dominoes in public. The corporation of the City of Dublin by a vote of 41 to 17, refused to welcome the Princs of Wales on his expected visit, or grant him the freedom of tho city. As Superintendent of the main branch of the Baltimore & Onto railroad, David Lee was appointed Tuesday to succeed Wm M. Clements, resigned. He takes charge April 1. Leoni, named "King of the Air," a ticht-ropwalker, while civing a perform ance at Stocton, led., on a cable stretched across the street, fell and broke hia neck. He died an hour after. Mr. Arthur left his four big bay hones In the White House stables for the 'resident's use till the latter should buy a team of hia. own. Another proof thai he Is an inborn gentleman. A leading citizen asserts that a large proportion if not a large majority of the people of this cltr are pleased with Phil Thompson's defeat, and he wants the world Lexington Transcript. to know it. At Kioto, Japan, a Buddhist femple is being erected of which the timbers and pil lars are being put in place by ropes of hu man hair, presented as an offering to the god, and twUted into rope by the priests. Great destitution exists in portions of West Virginia. In Jackson county an or- ganiztlion has been formed to forcibly com pel a division of the food remaining in the neighborhood to preserve the life of man m e Gen. Grant is not dead yet, though he is very low. T.,A, MoElroy sold his jack 'Morris" to Mr.'Sa-u- el R. Grundy, for$800.-L-eb. Standard. Secretary Manning has expressed bim self to prominent parly leaders an in favor sustaining the internal revenue system. Quarreling on the highway ovei a wages account John Rlclmdym waa shot and Young Htdger stabbed, npar Mt Sterling. Both probably fatal. Simon P. Bryant is under arrett nt Shelbyyille for debauching his own daugh terof 17, by whom ho hs a child. A mob can better dispose of his cise The Supreme Cjurt of Iowa has rendered a decision affirming the constitution ahty of the new prohibitory law and providing means for Its speedy enforcement. It is rumored In Springfield that Speaker Haines will vote with the republicans for adjournment sine die, and leave the appointmrnt of a Senator with the Governor. The Vice President is urging tho of Aqllla Jonep, and Representative Bynum is backing Tom Creelman for the Indianapolis postcfiice. We'll bet on Jones. Henry Watson, a private watchman, employed by coal dealers of Mt. Sterling to watch coal cars on the railroad track, Bhot and killed a negro by the name of Jefl. Johnson. Tho attorney for Gen. Hszen declared that Secretay Lincoln's hatred of the Chief Signal Officer was so great that his body exhaled malice whenever that individual's name was montioned in his presence. Hon. Abram S. Hewitt, of New York, strongly urged Mr. Durham for the phco ho has secured. He placed Mr. Durbani' papers on file and made neveral cnlN on Secretary Manning in Mr. DarhamV b half Mr. Rindall is also said to have favored Judge Durham. The store of Mr. G. D. Robertson at Springfield was entered by burglar Monday night, the safe blown open and the valuables contained in it carried off These in money, of which $276 included were in gold; $2 600 in Washington county bonds, St 000 in bank stock acd a gold ring. Standard. Ben Bntler has rented his house on Capitol Hill to the Senate for the use of its committer. The rent paid is $15,000 a year. Those who are familiar with the cost of building such a house and its present value in the real estate market say that this rent represents exactly 21 psr cent, upon the original investment. Eighty masked men went to the house where Thcmas Jones and Mr?. Taylor lived, near Spring Rinche, Clay county, Neb., took them to a bridge, a fiw rods away, and hung them therefrom. They were supposed to have been implicated in recent robberies in that vicinity, and in the murder of Elwin Roberts, a month ago. BOUND FOR INDIA. BR0. BARNES SETS SAIL The New Groceries and Hardware House of God is Lovo and Nothing olso iMtA-iHi- a Lord has opened tho way to tho goal of if He We start our longings. will, to Brindisi the stuport on tho eastern coast of Italy whence we sail to AlexThence, by rail, to andria, in Egypt. nt the head of the "tongue of tho Suer, Egyptian sea," where we meet our steamer, the Venetla and so on to Bimbey. Thenco hy tail to Lahore, our old home, where Marie was born, and where we spent soven happy year of service for the dear Master. One steamer sailed from London on the ISth inst., but we came this overland toute, thus escaping a week of the sea, and tho crush of a thousand soldiers going to They disembark at Suakim, at E.f.ypt. farthest, a day or two after wc get on hoard. In this trip across Europe, visiting Pari, R ue and Naples, we have realizsd the dream ot a lifetime, without Interfering wi'h our regular work and have erjjved all its intoxications of delight, without a single drop of bitterness iu the way of neglected service, mingling with the cup of pleasure. How good the LORD has been in thts, we all most gratefully feel. And may I ask all who read these line, just to think a minute on the dear LORD'S lovely y of doing things, and then won if thev cm, why our motto in Atueri der, and shall ci, England end India, be 'bOD IS LOVE," AND NDTHINi. 3ECTTSTCJ'rX-lXJE3at shipboard before I tell your reader how it Would kindly jislc your nttentun to tho fact that they havo jnat rotnrtied all came about and how wonderful tho from tho cities with a largo, frtwh and woll soloctod stock of Dear Jnttriorl . riiis NArra, Italy, February o." 2S, 1SS5. TAYLOR BROS. . -- I must wall tho abundant W.mt ESL". Endless in variety, dninty in quality, nnd satisfactory jn prices, this wo guarantee. Onr aim shall bo at all times to supply ovory want in our lino. Consists of tho standard brands of Europo nnd America. Our largo line of cooking stoves includes tho justly colobratol "Groat Western Roscrvo" and many other family fitvoritoa. OUIt CHINA, GLASS, AND QUEENSWARE STOCK consists in part of Table, Tea nnd Chamber Sets complete, Glasswnro richly cut nnd otchod. In tho way ot BreudstufTa wo name Iiuckwlient flour, tho queen of all tribes. Our celebrated "G. M." patent flour unrivalled for cako ami pastry, whilo Rico nnd Ilominy, our own patiotic products, nro arrayed as faithful ndjuucUi. All tho delicacies in foreign and domestic confections nro here. Tin, Stone, Wooden and Willowwnro, Electric lamps, Stationery, Canned Meats and Fruits, and n complelo lino of Cigars ttnd Tobaccos. Well this is oniy a hint of what wo have. Believing that wo can innko it to your interest, wo confidently ask an ex. atniuntion of our goods nnp your patronngo, TAYLOR BROS. Respectfully, Our Hardware and Focliot Cutlery w, i, ELSE. Nhoen, Groceries have within their reach. We are "touring IlHrtlwarc, Whlpm Re!tHWHro, Iron, perfectly untrammel- it" through Europe, HarHCWs Cano MIIIh, WlicelH, Nfovcw, Ht'KKl' eJ; enjoying everything as very few parties Oovcrw, OrntCN, NpollCH, Cider Mil Ik, ever eniojed foreign tnvel: our every Corn Mtellcrn, Stoneware, Iliiuft, by frevh memories of marked inc thoughtful love, and every day more wonSteel and Brinley Combined Flows, Wooden and derful than its predecessor. All this, be- Oliver Chillsd, Champion Cast -- "rampi, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin ooN cause we have such a good, rich Father, ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. who stint His children nothing giving f 1P.JI. ffclHtmrv, !,-- , "an hundred fold in this life," as well as the unspeakable glories of the "Hie that is Uoi-ho Here we are, crjoying what only those most ' favored by fortune" are supposed to W. H. HIGGINS I DEALER IN HHiiiilcH, Nail, Hurst Iat Collar, to come " When McDonald shall have become a member of the Senate over which Mr. Hendricks presides, and John D. White and Walter Evans get to practicing in the same Louisville courts, Barnum will retire in disgust from the circus business. They are all good men, weighing from 1C0 to 200 pounds, but they are endoncd with enough incompatibility of temper to produce, if judiciously distributed, enough divorce suits to run the Chicago courts for Louisville Times. a year. A deputy sheriff of Rowan county A. M. Bumingirten, was killed there Tuesday from ambush, on Christie creek. Forty-four buckshot penetrated his body. It will be remembered that Mr. Young was waylaid in the same locality a few days ago, but escaped more fortunately, only through the arm and breast. ..There is a state of lawlessness now existing In Rowan which rivals the bloody internecine feuds of Breathitt, and which will only terminate with the lives of the principals of the factions, Secretary Whitney intends inaugurating his connection with the new Administration by having a thorough investigation made of the accounts and methods of keeping them in eyery branch of the Navy Department. To this end be brought with him from New York Mr. Wm. Calhoun, a professional accountant, who is to personally make the investigation. Mr. Calhoun has been in business in New York for 25 years, and bos attained a high reputation as an accountant, at which business ho obtains from JS.000 to $10,000 income. In Louisville Tuesday 513 hogsheads were sold at the various warehouses. The market was brisk and firm, with stronger prices ruling for Burley tobaccos of medium and low grades. Common and inferior styles predominated, but were active and irregularly higher. Dark and heavy styles were without new features. 8even hogsheads of Garrard county leaf, lugs and trash sold for $4 70 to SS.30; 10 do. at $1 CO to $11 and 3 from Boyle $5 95 to SS 10. $13 was the highest price reached during the day. be-sh- ot In Paris, its wonders were shared hy fonr of the dear "children God had given us," in London. George and Florence Wood, Charley Cheyse and Edith Llmmcr came over with us taking away the cutting edge of s piration from dear ones in Enjjitml to them, the Then, after saying good-byPKALiaaix- e, next day we were shaking hands in Switzerland, with our good Mon-slen- r Drugs, Books, Stationery and (J I CUI- -J pui Dufom and his gentle daughter rtl IIUI-- O. Helene. jrtKrlptlotiixruritfJy remriri(W. PhjiltUnt' Alto A day of delight on Lake Leman, with and we a run to the Castle of Chillon, wete off to Rome. There, by the "good hand of our God upon us," we were met The Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, by dear Brother Newbery missionary al Jowelry and 8ilverware point wo met him Naples who from the every burden of foreign travel from Errr taught to thli uurktt IVIit Lowrr tbin lifted tbt Loet. Wtchw, Clocks txt Jewrlir 1guide, interpreter our shoulders-bei- ng pilrtd on ihoit colic tod WintolcJ. all in one. and loving friend and brother I need not say to any who have been II. C. IIItlGIlT. abroad, that to have cne ever at hand, who perfectly understands and speaks the "strange tongue" of the land you are vieit-inis thoroughly posted aa to the "ways that are dark and tticks that are vain," of cabmen, waiters, porters, tt id gnui omnt and added to thcie accomplishments has an intelligent knowledge of just the things one wishes lo know B.rdeker, Murray and Bradshaw rolled Into a single personalityis something very few travelers ever eDfay in their itinerations. But our Father knew what things we needed and gave "exceeding abundantly above what we could ask or think." Bro. Newbery Is "one of a thousand." We bail an "acquaintance" with him in London. -ANDIn the week past we all learned to know bim and love him for his own and his works rake. When I get time to write about him I hope to make your readers better acquainted with this dear friend, whom we are proud to enroll upon our list e Lau-saun- WMMm H-- W PHARMACISTS, - jft SVrMf ?S?-5--V if C 4S5l,2i--w'v"" . of Vv JEWELERS. pftL F. J. OCR KAN. 1- 512i!Ii!S IN- - g, BRIGHT & CURRAN, DEALERS Groceries, Hardware, Queensware FARMING IMPLEMENTS, of "Rough on "Rough on Thin people, "Wells' Health Rcnewer" restores health and vigor, cures dyspepsia, Ac. II. "Rough on Toothacuo" gives Instant relief. 15c. Indies who would retain freshness snd vivacity, don't fall to try "Wells' Health Itenewer." "Buchu-palba,- " great kidney and urinary cure. rats, mlco cleared Fllea, roaches, ants, out by "Rough on Rats." 13c. "Rough on Coughs," troches, 15c; liquid, 25c. For children, alow in deTelopment, puny and delicate, use "Wells' Health Itenewer." "Rough on Dentist" Tooth Towder. Try it. 18c. Nervous Weakness, Dyspepsia, Sexual Debility cured by "Wells' Health Renswer." tl. Mother Swan's Worm Byrup, for fevcrlshncss, worms, constipation; tasteless. 25c. Stinging, irritation, all Kidney and Urinary tl. complaints cured by "Ruchu-palbaNight aweats, fever, chills, malaria, dyspepsia, cured by "Wells Health Reucwcr." My husband (writes a lady) la threo times tho man since using "Wells' Health Renewer." fl. If you are falling, broken, worn out and nervous, use "Wells' Health Renewer." tl. Prevalence of Kidney complaint in America; " a quick, complete ruro. tl. bed-hug- s, ." Bucbu-palba- Rsme is simple enchantment and Naples tho very intoxication of foreign travel. But I may not even begin to tell what happened in either place. I only write now to waft anto the friends I other loving good-by- e leave behind me still ten thousand miles further. Yet, we travel in a circle, and every step is nearer to, as well as farther literally and spiritually. Praise the dear LORD for that. Good-bye- , dear hearts of love, that have followed us thus far, with good wishes and prayers. Still "rray for us that utterance may be given and that we may open our mouths boldly" to tell the heathen that GOD Is LOVE" and nothing else. Ever Itati" clean out rats ana mice 15c. Corm" for Corm and Bunloni. lfc. in Jesus Geo. O. Barnes. is wonderful, Snow to the depth of four inches fell at Jackson, Tenn., Tuesday. Another effort headed by ex.Marshal Punch, of Mt. Sterling, to find some clew to demonstrate Neal' innocense is being made, but it is not likely that the execution will be again postponed. It ia fired for the 27th. The President has made the following appointments: Wm. Garrard, of Nevada, to be Superintendent of the mint at Carson City, Nev ; Malcom Hay, of Pennsylvania, to be Frat Assistant Postmaster General; Martin V. Montgomery, of Michigan, to he Commissioner of Patents; David T. Baker, Jr., of Rhode Island, to be Attorney of the United States District of Rhode Island; Benjamin II, Hill, Jr., of Georgia, to ho Attorney of the United Stales Northern District of Georgia. "intimates." Well! if Paris CONSISTING OF Furst and Bradley Sulky Plows, South Bend and Hamilton per Turning Plows. AT AIX TIMES A Clip- FCIX IilNE OF 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 Largo Lino of Walking and Riding Cultivators. Solo Agonts for Walter A. Wood Harvesting Machines. All thcabove goods have been bought very Low and will be sold at the smallest possible marign. We re. spectfully ask an inspeotion and invite competition, Prices BRIGHT & 0UERAN . and goods guaranteed. Puke Home-nudHrightA Curran'd. e maple in syrup at dismissed. It appeared that the betting Jfl Jones bought of Adam Catron 10 that he gave Canter, who is a worthless lei head of long yearlings at $33 i iL t t 1 was under great proTOcatlon and the Duckner A Co , of Bourbon county, at low, Commonwealths Attorney believing that sold 30,000 pounds At 10c. Yeasley Broth-er- a & CurranV. Stuford Ky., the act was for the public good, nllowed sold J 3,000 pounds at 10 cents, tobacco, A NEW stock of Hamburg and Cotton Mr. Martin to go and would no doubt have we mean, TIME CARD. l. 4 H.XOCAL Edging, white goods and lace curtains just given him.n chrotno, if one had been handy. The sale of plnoonl effects of the late 1J r. W. opened at ItobU S. Lytle'n. Mall train going North The feature of tho week to tho prurient B. F, Eubinks, yesterday, wi Urgely d uu i Mouin,,,,. 1 U ..-...- .. rw. tiouth.. SiDreaitraln rd and stock generally Bold well. 20 Juikie Pjiimi") writes policies for none inclined waa tbo ttial of T. C. White, tho I M Norn..,.. hut good companies and when a fire cccurB hog cholera remedy man, for an assault on 3 year old steers s)ld at 5 cents; 40 year The abow Is calclltataj on standard time. Solar tho low is paid without any attempt to Mrs. Uofli Marshall, an unusually pretty lings at $13 to $2153; 0 milk cows and aoruluutesbster tin. I evade Ten days ago, Mr. C. W. Adamt' and voluptuous brunette. She testified in n calves $30 lo GO; five work mules $120 lo modest and unassuming manner that Mr $130; 3 yearling mulei nt $71; horses $75 liotiKC burned and the Northwestern Na0M NOTCSS. $120; hogs five cents; 160 barrels of corn tional Insurance Company of Wisconsin. White, who is probably sixty years of age Buy your school books froru Peony A which held a: risk of $2,G0O, has already and Is living with bis second wile, made a at $2.75 and hay at $13 to $27 per stack. McAllater. Landkeih's Garden 8ei), fresh and gen- paid it up in full. This one of the Judge's dixgustiog proposal to her, accompanied by A big dinner waa set which waa greatly enuine at Penny & McAlUterV companies and this action speaks for it- an ofler of $5 per month to be credited on joyed by the hungry attendants. WATcnra and Jewelry repaired on short self. her rent and that he had laid violent hands DANtlLLE. BOYLE COUNU. ootico and warranted bf Penny & HcAlla-ta- r. There is one point upon which all of on her upon her indignant refusal. The P. Mannini, who recently purchased A coMri.rre stock of Jewelry, latent our legislative candidates aro agreed, nnd defense bad nothing of consequence to ofatylo. Kockford watchee n specialty. Pen- that is that the next General Assembly fer, though the attorney, W. E. Varnon, from A. P. Wilson a part of the old Cenny A McAlialer. must repeal the Bmd of Equalization law labored bard to show that it was a case of tral House, including the store room occuFoil couithe, colds, Ao , use Coup. Syrup priMed by the last body. Tho beauty of the woman, pied by Mr. Wilson, has also bought the The almost black-malor White I'inr, in 25 Mid 50c bottle, unuuiuioua sentiment of tho people of tic the repuMve appeannce of her tormentor, stock of groceries owned by Mr. Wilson by McKjbertl & Btagg. the baseness of his act and the insignificance and will take possession April 1st. Faumeiis, Rhau Ting. Go to Dr. M. county is also for its repeal. They be- of his ofier, seemed to put the Waktfisld Hudson sold this week to prosecuting L. Ilourne's drug "tore and get ono package lieve and justly that the liltlo bucks elected of Ham A. Clark' Hog lUmtdr. If you to tho oflico know much let's about the attorney on hia mettle, and lie never show W. M. Graham, of Sumter, 8. C, ten are not satisfied after using it your money value of tbclr property than the nsteieor ed more cirnestneea in pleading. Mr. Southern borres at prices averaging $110 will b'o refunded. Bobbitt, who assisted him also evinced con each. W. M. Rue to same 1 horse same who lives among them. niderable interest. Mr. Yamon ecored a class $85. Mr. Graham shipped to hia PERSONAL JtiBT us every bjdy wni 'elicitatlng themvictory in the verdict, which was only for home Wednesday a full car-lo- ad of th!a winter was over and Mr. J.OrTEJfitniMCH, of New York selves that ground-ho$!!, when it Bbould havu been for a large stock bought in this vicinity. spring was about to bloom upon us in earia here. Mr. A. E. Gibbons returned WednesMb T. F. rim: han gone lo the New nest, another arctic wave struck us amid- - amount if anything. Another time, Mr.White made an indecent day evening from a 3 months' absence in Orleans Exposition sbiw Monday night and Tuesday morning II. E Samuel, who recentMk. K. H. U'riucm in Tery ill at the the ground wa covered with snow and a proposal to Mrs. Marshall unaccompanied Cleveland, O by any violence, and a secjnd jury fined ly bold his residence on Broadway to E. W. home of hi brother, H. K Wearen. keen northern wind made living disagreehim $37.50, which with the costs in both L bin fitted up rooms over his drug xtoie Miss Jennie Ui?i iiajun, of Crab Or- able. Wednesday though clear waa decidwaa here yesterday attending court. edly chilly and cuttlnu, but yesterday it case and the pay of his attorneys, will foot which he will occur py as sleeping apart-tnenl- H chard, fur himseli and family, taking meals up a pretty good sum for the old man after Mn. Make IlAnor. of Monticello, was beginning lo moderate. Uoly one all. at Gilcber's. has engaged a salesman for Mr. T. It. Wal- more of L'ncle Pale Embree'a 120 snows is The Grand Jury had only found about Police authority has ceen conferred on ton. Mii Fai'MCSKJI, of La Kiivett, ind , yet to fall and then may wo hope for the Vi indictments to Isst evening Will Car Mr. W. S. Downton by the Trustees of tho etherial tulldnets of gentle spring. G r. M. son was indicted for murder, so were the ia here for the purpoic of opjmug a tuilli-norCincinnati Southern Railway to keep the Thutsday; another snow-storis raging. two Graggs for killing a negro and W. II depot giounds at this pjini free from loafMiw Kate CAHi'rnr.tt, nee Htllry, dams. The laltui'it trial i set far A i ocri.E of candidates for the legislaers and other imptorcr peisons, and in the of Lexington, is tinning Mrs. Dr. L. Alfred Mullins will have to answer for exercise tive honors were addressing the good peoof bis duty on Wednesday evening detaining a woman against her will and ple of thia vicinity not very long since, he compelled Dave Nunnelley, a colored Mm I'iul Ynscn, of the Louisville 's Elieha Bush, &o., tor mule stealing. person who cime here from about Stanford, OenUal Coal and Iron Company, wai Till- when one a little better educated than the cweis setfor trial Monday. W. G. to leave the grounds. As he was leaving other attempted to confuse his democratic ing Mr. Spink thin week. Dunn was indicted for carrying a concealed opponent by inquiring in a solemn manie told Mr. Downton that he would "eeo Mn. H. C. Williams, the photograph ner. ''Now I ask the gentleman how will weapon, which he is mid to have drawn him later." He afterwards obtained a shot er, h how running a Steam Laundry in on a Mr. Eubinkr. Cirson'a trial ia set gun and looked for Mr. Djwotoo, bat for Lrxineton and waa here this week pollen- he vote ou the Important question of For a moment the old for next Wednesday. lunattly perhaps did not find him, aa Mr ing trade. MlsaKoe". KiCHAKIM returned froiu democrat was stunned, but recovering himDownton had heard of his capers aid HARRMGES. Jackscn, Wednesday, wjiere she ban been self he blurted out: "Well gentlemen had himself a shotgun conveniently at Mr. Silas R.Weiver.a widower, and teaching mutio in the College thero for a that's a matter that I havu not thought hand. After Mr. Downton had heard that Catherene Grillin were marriod at Nunnelley was looking for number of months. much about but when it comes up in the Mi him he saw Jl'HlE K. J. OllECKINRIIKIR, of I)Ui- - Legislature, I will be found voting in the Crab Orchard yesterday. Nunnelley go into the bazirof John RickMr. Charles Gutman, a young Gerville, formally Judge of the Court of Cara- interest of democracy every time.'1 The ets oh 2.i street, still armed with his shot man who recently located here, and Mis mon Plea in tbltdlatrid, which cilice he crowd roared but neither candidato ever gun. Mr. Davnton followed Nunnelley Maria Sirgel, fresh from Germany, from filled with ability, arrived yeoterday to knew which was entitled to the laugh. into R'ckett's front room, but Nunnelley whence she had come to be lift bride, were tike a hand in the oourt pruOvediugt. was not to be seen. Ricketts forbade Mr. ex married at Crab Orchard Wtdr.exlay. said to Rkkerrinu to the Mu Dan K. Qarkakh, of Munch)-ter- , Downton from searching any other part of 1st between him and Judge Hansford, men ia herd attending court and railing the houo and then Mr. Downton desisted RELIGIOUS. tioned in our Crab Orchard letter of Tuesagain with the friends made while he waa and cent for Mr. Mill', the town marshal, day, Mr. Miller desires us to say that the The Methodist church at Winchester a law student here. Everybody is glad to whole matter in a nut shell Is that while was sold this week for $2 GIG and will be who came but did not find Nunnelley. ace him and he mjs he lite he ha he was pledged to Mj. Itigney for the While Mr. Djwnton waa in Rickftt' house "" UJG another person was examining his gun, torn down. come home after a long absence. Stite Senate two years ago, a petition was There are over thirty Mormon church The columns of the Interior Jour- brought to him calling when it went off, shooting a hole through on Judgo Hanrford es in Colorado. In Idaho there are ; nal are enlirened by the occasional ap to become a candidate for the aamo office the floor. Ricketts afterwards swore out a in Arlzony about eeventy, pearance in them ff an original storr by warrant against Mr. Downton for a breach and upon the assurance that Riguey had The wonderful revival meetings at Mim Mildred Lawir, of Stanford, under the of the peaco and the catc is set for trial in withdrawn and would not make the race.he New Cjrner, Ind., have resulted in 500 connom de 4umt, "Slwel." Lebanon Stansigned it, stating his position in the prem- versions. Seventy of thete ptrsons have the police court Friday morning. dard. Now who told you to go and tell? Hon. M. J. Durham arrived home ises. Afterwards he found that he had been in a "trance state" and tell remark Tho young lady ha bom trying to keep from Washington Wednesday night and been deceived in tho matter and be thereable stories of beautiful visions. her identity a eecrcl. found awaiting him a telegram from Senaupon wrote lo Maj Rigney renewing his Tho meetings conducted by Rev. J. R. Mk. F. It. STEWAHr, of the firm of allegiance. This ia the grounds for the Peoples, at the OiringsTille Methodist tor Beck announcing his appointment aa Stewart, Sberrifl 1 Co , Iron Bridge conJudge's ill will, but if Mr. Miller states thu church for the past five weeks, closed Mon First Comptroller of the Treasury. Judge tractor, of Richmond, Va., is here to bid mattet correctly, and he usually sticks to day night. During the meeting 20 or mon Durham's application was filed a few dayB The firm is on thebridgu over Dix'Kiver ago by tlon. Abram S. Hewitt, of New the truth, we can not see that ho Is deserv- were added to the different churches. a reliable one and doci good work. Mr. York, and was endoreed by the judges cf ing of censure. He only acted what he besubscripHenry N. Ware is receiving V. Morr!, of the King Iron Bridge Co., lieved to be the honorable course in the tions for a church at Richmond Junction the Court' of Appeals and of the Superior a well established concern, of Cleveland, is matter. Court of Kentucky, by Ex. Senator Steand the charitably inclined are respect venson, Hon. B. H. Bnstow, Justice HarM a Wo here and will bid for the same work, Divorce. Thomas C. Ball, who was fully requested to contribute. Such a build lan of the U. 8. Supreme court and the Memm John W. Yeri:&i, C. C. Fox, entire outgoing and incoming Congressionmarried to Georgia Ann Jennings, Dtc. 15, ing is badly needed at that point. J. W. Durham W, O. Goodloe, J. B. Mc- al delegation. 1SS2, at which time he took occasion to Rev. J. E Triplet t commenced a pro- General Statutes Reference to the U. S. Ferran and It. P Jacobs, of Danville, Col. shows the duties of the would not take $50,000 in tracted meeting at McKinney last night and First Comptroller to be 1st: "To examine John B. Fish, of Mt, Vernon, and Col. tell us that he gold for her, has already grown tired of his will continue it over the fifth Sabbath. all accounts settled by the First Auditor . Morrow, of Somerset, B. M. Thomas bargain and asked the court to grant him a Rev. A. S. Moffett,'of Stanford, and Dr. J. T except tboee relating to receipts from cusBurdett, It. II.Tomlinson and J. II. Brown, which was done Wednes- Hendrick, of Maysville, will assist him in toms and all accuunts settled by the 5 h of Lancaster, are the additional attorneys divorce from her, Auditor and by the Commissioner of the day, The grounds were abandonment and the meeting. who hare been attending court here. General Lind effice and to certify the The Baptist church in this city wai balances arising thereon to the Register. Judoe M. II. Owsley i in fine health inhuman treatment, both of which charges Tommy proved Tery conclusively. The tri- organized H years ago with six members 2d. To superintend the adjustment and busiand tplrita this court and is pushing waa a very amusing one and seemed es and now numbers 35G, This work is main- preservation of the public accounts subness with a Tim. The judge ia a yery al pecially enjoyed by the Danville lawyers, ly due to Rer. J. Pike Powers, Rer. Green mitted to his revision. 3J. To countersign remarkable man In many respects and a all warrants drawn by Secretary of Treas knowledge of law seems to come to him who had been drnwn here on other busi- Ciav Smith and Rev. J. M. Wells, who have ury which shall be warranted by law. 1th. liege lord on the successively been the pastors. Sentinel To superintend the recovery of all debts by intuition. He !i not n close student, but ness. Mrs. Bill left her certified, by him to be due to the United 25th of February of last year, bat before Democrat. his decisions, which are usually rendeied States and for that purpose to direct all doing so, she made life particularly hot for The annual meeting of the American such with dispatch, are rarely reversed by the suits and legal proceedings and to waa Tract Society waa held in the Memorial take such measures ai my be authoiizsd higher courts. He is the most popular him. One of her little eccentricities to pour coal oil down his throat when she Luthrean church, Washington, Monday by law and are adapted to enforce prompt man in the district and deservedly so. The compensation of got in a tantrum and on one occasion she evening. The Treasurer's report shows payment tbereo'. LOCAL HATTERS. varied the treatment by inserting a twist of Receipts for the year, $357,470; expendi- the First Cimptrdler is $5,000 per vear; Deputy Comptroller $2,700; four Chiefs tobacco down hia capacious throttle. None tures, $345,083; number of books, tracts and o( Division at Sriti.vo calicoe at ltjbt. S Lytic' :2100; four clerks of ol these things however moved the impur-turbab- periodicals circulated. 9,250,000 copies; class foui; ten cIcmh of data three; fix 1 car of choice whit0 To ARRIVE today, Tommy to wrath and in the last colporteurs employed, 161, who made 155, clerks of class t wr; four e'erks of class one, reed oats. Bright A Curran. instance it is recorded that he only slightly 225 family visits and circulated 133.4G3 two clerks at $l 000 e'eh and six clerks at $900; one assistant messenger and three I will hang paper for 10 cents a bolt on resisted with the remark, "Don't honey, I volumes. laborers, in all $05 400. never use tobacco, It makes me sick." wall and 15s on ceiling. T. J. Bosley. LARD, STOCK AND CROP This 83ft answer did not have the effect SEW AIlTEBTlSEMEKTa. Seed Potatoes N. Y. Eirly Koe, claimed for it by Solomon ai she called Cedar posts for sale Jos. Ballou, "Beauty of Hebron" him thereupon a "bell-fireBurbank, Peerless and fool" and said L. L. Dawson bought of John Farris, a at Bright A Curran s. she would havo one of her brothers murder buggy mare for $100. Hotel and Bar-RooFor Rent Raney sold to his Brother Thos. D. consignment of pure, unmixed him and the wholo Ball family before Another At r.owltm Stitloi (Richmond Junction) Kj, from May 1st, next. A good garden, Ac, attached. Northern teed oats and price reduced io IS morning. This and much more did Tom- John his fine mare for $140. For particulars iddrets me my prove and as his wife made no effort John M. Hail bought of a RocKastle tba only bar at tbat point. at Stanford. This is cents. Geo. D. Wearen, Agent. TJIOJIAS FRUItEL. at $30 per Sim to resist the suit it must be taken for grant- party a lot of II. J. Darst oilers for sale 2 building ed that it is true. Tommy thinks his mat- head. A Montgomery county farmer sold 108 lots, 00x132 feet, between Stanford, and rimonial experience iB sufficient for his acres of land last week at $100 per aero, Rowland, well located and accessible. " e, but we'll wager ho is married j for which he paid $05 an acre three years at again in less than a year and like m not to a co. 3yc, There ia said to ha7e been a row the woman he has now been legally separa Muir & Lucas, of Layette, sold in LouLancaster in which pistols were drawn, but STANFORD, KY., ted irom. e aa the iS'etis saya nothing about it, we isville last week two hogsheads of tobacco Reprtf Prompt-Payin- g Comthe Circuit Court. The trials of T. J. at 10 and 10, C. F. Rogers, of same panics ents hia Best and mott tow. uiyo mm nod it is a mistake. raiei ue Terr can. 2.1IJ Bailes for malicious shooting and woundThe Crabtrces, who broke into Mr. ing and for carrying concealed weapons is county, sold seven hogsheads at an average of ll cents. in Wayne James Burdetl'rf eiuokc-houa- j set for the 0th day of the term, next WedA disease has appeared among the und stole 32 pieces of bacon, are Buppoaed nesday and those against Stark Fish, for cattle of Sullivan county, Ind. The sympbe in this county, whero they havo rela to I hare re reived and am dally adding to my itock the same charges for the 10th day. John toms are swelling of the hind legs, produca Splendid Ltoe of Millinery of tive'. There ia a reward oi $100 for them. Carrier will show cause why he ing lameness, and ending in death in about most atTllih gcodt, which I Invite the Iateit and the ladies to call and examine at my (tore on Lancaster street, The C. & N President Zimmerman should not go to jail for cirrying weapons, twenty hours. confident that I can give entire tatlilscilon. A Department telephoned from Hustouville, yesterday, to and four cares for maintaining a public The Louisville cattle market is un- presided over by competent ladles.la attached and tho Chairman of the Railroad Committee, nuisance are set for trial to morrow against changed, prices ranging from 2 for very JiltS. JIOODY JIAlllUX, Ky. Stanford, D. W. Vandeveer, that he would bo here the L. & N, R. R. Mrs. Dudley Vaught common to 5 for best shippers. Hogs Monday at 3 r. M., at which hour he wish-- was fined $20 for selling liquor unlawful- are steady at 3J to 5 cents; sheep 2 to 4J; to meet aa many of our citizens as pos- -. ly; Henry Hester the same amount for a lambs 3 to 4 J. eiblo and find out what we are willing to do similar offense and Garland Adams $20 On the Georgetown market Monday THIS 13 TO CEUTIFYthat Mr. Cornelius to get the road located this way, A line is each in two cases of the same kind. The there were 200 cattle and prices ranged Wheeler, adjuster for tba Northwestern National Insurance Co., of Wisconsin, baa settled with me .now being run to this placo and It is hoped Danville t&Hustonvllle Turnpike Co. was from $5 to $5 40. Oje bunch of calves, lor the loss of my house and furniture Insured In said CompaT, which were destroyed by flraon tbs that the negotiations of Monday will be fined $.10 for failing to put a railing on a common helfirs, brought $18 per head, mornlDKofMar. 0, 1885, raying main full In cash Mr. Vandeveer urgently asks A full bridge and a Eecond case for a liko offense Mulo market well represented, but the the whole amount of my Insurance. I further cerfinal. wss settled between us In the attendance of all who frel an interest in was dismissed, transactions were limited, buyers and sell- tify that eterythlng most friendly mauner. It glres me pleasure to reoemmend this Company to all who hare propersecuring the location of this fireat thorAlex, Martin, indicted for assault and ers being too far apart. One pair of mules ty to loiure, J. M. Philips at Stanford, Ky., Is Us oughfare, battery upjn one John Canter had hia case brought $225. C. II'. ADAMS. Ageut. (Cll) March 20, 1885 Bright Garden seeds bulk or pa pern Ladies' and Children's rii au SiKiRif 0 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. l, Pit-pare- d to-d- We Have Beceived Our Spring Goods In French Curacoa and Kangaroo Kids in the New that is now the Sh oe in the world fort. Come while plete. Flexible Sole most popular for solid comsizes are com- Eli-sba- fls BRUCE & 'ROBERTS. - over-sixty- New- York Early Rose, Burbank, Beauty of Hebron, t '" ,n ta.n-'iuu- t Peerless Seed Irish Potatoes Ikt V r V f le and Onion Sets, d m at T. R, Walton's l.OOO-lb.-cattl- e life-tim- FIRE INSURANCE. o. j-nsr- philips, sup-pot- Millinery ! Dress-Maki- Corner ,. r y Mian and Somerset ft el To Insurers, Streets. r What Inauguration nail Coatumss. nal PRESIDENTIAL AUTOGRAPHS. f'HftlUeiita of tlia I'lillnl Mntei Mcnfsl thnlr Knmr. Wo reprodticu below in fac slmlla tho signatures of all the presidents. Thoy ai-- taken frWristOvlrAl-dwtlft- i iri'lhe ttossessioa of Wr.'til W. floV, cftrdbklytif K. Y. IIot tho dm readers a few brief but graphic pen and xm-c- il slcotehos of tho beauties of tho ball, ns well as of tho toilet that havo contributed to mako tho inaugural festivities of tho 4th of March, 1885, so distinguished a success. Among so many beautiful and exquisitely Puck Wo tako trreat nleasuro in nrescnUtic to our Warplnir the Dade. tUfeJ MAX F. IVlttG&EY it a CsoaiiUte toluccfl hlmilt uWct to the action of thi Vsniocrscf. In th Look, Sen-it, Ritd arid TIUT- - ReMimbir tamo a diolt teMBB'1tTTypHtU,telditXi- - fifc&''jse;butlfc to SSI 8p3e vi Unfeeling fire. ucv-v 8tte W. F. MoCIiAItY coun-I- T, Is a rittlldste for rrMilHrt r f LtaooUt subject to tbs sctltmot U Hmocncj. T- Ii itlll on luuJ t U.t a clioico lln of CsVtrand Ilrd, frcnh t til tlmra. Alto s Irmb lint of Tkflfiol nil kinds. 1 am slo prtpirvd to do btkriMfforcuitooirS. All orders for Icing and ornmiiiiitlDtirtOitldil ntsliort nolle. 8CMt jr. T. J AH HIS. J. HARRIS ICTifl THE Moms rnro ualihcrateness ana ability tho signature of 'Washington. His writing, like everything elo ho did, was executed wit! OEOnCK WASniNQTO.V firmness and dignity is expressed kdJA JOHS ADA1M. orcsentatthe'bhll'wiAs rvpreecBtfctif o of. Amerlcan'lovcltncss ty, tubjKt to ths iction ItaCandtdttafor l(prtnltlTB of Lincoln coun of the Dmocrity. Or. n, Karariasrr- s- wr&t&mm Ss Thffough Tmmk Line OftMt JOHN H. MIH.EH it .S7&? iy7i&hre&J Tho abo e nutoKrngh is taksn from a lcttei ofdohn Ada ns while-hwm HoVtUitateiw aiid'niotlUxllcal in his letters, tv ho was shrewd nd sagacious in business. Win L LouIstUK Kr..Claetnnatt, O., and Indianapolis, tsa Ind.. dealers In Utetnwav A Sons'. Decker Bros.'. ty Haloes', J i A C. Fltoeier, Vote A Sons', Baldwin A of tbo democrtCT, Co.'s CotUge, Uprlfbt and bquar llano fortM; also ths Estey, tibofinf-- r and Hamilton Orfsthe. Iuttruments eyld at prices and terms to suit pur- D. cnaters. ion-- i give your oruert mi you g our Danrllle, Ky . TjM4(aUelo rcpressnt Lincoln county In the prices tnd terms. JfMtQCTl'Aiaiblr, mbjfct to ths action ol In1kat esridlait 'or rsprsuntsdre or Lincoln conn Ljllturt, iabjct to th setlon 1. II. Bniawiii IVtt-ofllc- e, Co., UK. J. PETTBS tbtDttuocrtcr. HON. A. G. TAIiBOTT MftBonhcimcr's Restnurnnt OrrosiTX Without Cfastsgt and wltb "gr 'me. - Is a Candidal toi'Seoator In the District comhos-e- d of Boyle, LlncotnCaey aoU Garrard, epyeet to the action otths Democratic party. Election first Monday In August. DANVILLE, Augustus Unfeelin,i shapj Thomas Jcffenou hand was jjst such t ono as a young man acquires in col lego, w ben little attention is immlly paid to penmanship, His w'guaturo was graceful and dignified compared to his ether writing. 7H0KA8 JCrrKRSO.V. MISS FAIRT UmIi tr sorted at all houia. fltme always on aim hand and In Ita aaaton. OTilrrs fresh Ash. JlJDBE) W. TARNON liar dtUraolMMrttdlnall ttylea and onnd short BcttoJ comb laway from th Look in I tat tbs Sign ''TfbodWne Kestal-ranIsacacdldatsto nil out the unexpired term (f nolle. and call when you are hungry, St. John Brownot Awr Vhyl JudgS K. W. llrown, aecd, at County Judge of JP. 11". XABOSIIKIMKR Oy boy: It's wariiin' you all out of uncoin, uhj:i 10 me acuoa oi Da&Tllts, Ky. Election August, 1833. ... Z&i UfirhaW Cocat-Hous- K KENTUCKY, SHORTEST AND tUfCKEST MWTC raou Louisviiti to r&t ly: T4if. SOUTH & WEST fUlUIIANCjlRSK,'i?.W JactaoatllU, Mcslls, anf ksw Otttaaa. t" BUTTS. world-renown- Miss fflUti tjitxr7i' JAMES MADISON. Madlsou was another collo graduate, bul his "tist" was firm and plain, Galahad Butts, of Butts & Bacon, tho pork packers. A beautiful and stately presence of tomo twenty summers, Miss Fairy swept through the hail attired in a loTcly costume of crepo do chine, cut bouffant and trimmed with garniture aux ten cissons. A deml-trai- n of surah (ilk, with passementerie a la bazam, completed' an inspiration of Worth which wo bolievo has not been surpassed in many years. Fairy is tho youngest daughter of Mr. Monroe w m a busy man and did not wasU much timo on his auWjHmli. JAUE8 uqxnnK. JOHN QVKfCT ADAMS. John Quincy Adams' cbirogrophy was aj graceful and formal as copjwr-plat- o script AtrOntW J&CK30K. Andrew Jackmn subscribed himself as if, "By the Eternal," be meant it. Ho boro bnrtl on tho Aj'to force tbo ink 'hrougb. Tir -- ?Tsfy Sfc tf BURK.f. r A 0 Newlsnl. R. W.OIreni. Ju.ll. Prewttt. Fubklerts Ahiea $atr$. MISS CIinXRLLA IICrNAtotL. Thb't8ir'ln ths Vorld for Cdtt, Brulios, Miss Hufnagel, although but 10 years of Bores, 0lcr, Salt RbsUm, FeTr kdttt, Tettr, age, Is considered tho reigning bello of a wiluak iienrt HAnmso.v. IlaiTison wrote in a cramped, ungainly western city. Her jietito form and coy, CbxppedUiindi.CbllbUtai, Corn, and all Skin1 hand. His education had been zlectod. for piquant face elicited much favorable com- Eruptions sad rxxlttTcly eure PJIra, or no par required. T Uguirnt(r. to gr perfeit MlUfic-tlat o njo of 19 fa 'Was engaged In on Indian ment frouiHfae WMlfcers, no Vos rrfdlantly Or hie ij ttlaalml. I'rlci1wat pr trilt. Irtkr. beiutifuL, fest eVenhag, In a pink bomU' a MtAtUler. fHC, with elephanrii tnrtthrsage, finished (orrsUr Penny in Adrri de grAce silk. But the most striking An Want Answered. jart of her toilette was her refined and elegant On sn one bring uj csu of Kidney or Llret cAnusiiirc. Her slippers, of polished hippopotamus skin, beautifully cet off a pair of UomDUInt thit Rlcetrle Bitters tll not tneedllr -polka-do- t tny tth not, t tVodtsndt of sldcklngs, a rtzde chamste. Her curt? We JOHN TYLZH. bands, of snowy whiteness, were encased in klresdy feraiineritly edfeJ tnd virhosr lllly r- - 61rsof Entaa MtDUry.Bnb Tate, Flurrntln, Djubt Tyler wrote but little, and judging from Iiis autograph it was Lard work to accomplish undressed kids. Report differs as to the otiimradini Klretrlc Bitters, will proro. Brlgbt's Ac, Ac, will mak the teaion of 1815 at my stables nwnber. but it U thought that four kids died Diwsje, Dlabete,, tfetV Btck or say urlairy coin near Htantord, Ky., that which ho did. to hide those beautiful hands. plaint quickly cured. The purify the Wood, irg-utAT TW1EXTY DOLLARS. Culture contributed her quota to the elo the bowels tnd set on the dUetsed plrti. canco or mo ba.l in too persons of the two Every bottle gusrantoed. fox sale at SO cents St Martin la one ol the moil dlsMogulsbidsoni of Imp PhH0, wDBng goi rant brer gd bottle by Penny A McAlitter. Dorse ai an uiiiancM, ana a lew oi on cons on JAMES K. POLK. all wn it the front Ills tbo turf In iii James Knox Polk considered that a few 4 Lttufyer't Opinion 6fMtMt to Alt. son, OdnM, wasontot the bst 2year olds ol the IC) 9 characteristic flourishes would nddimpreXiive-ncs- s ear. Bt. Martinis the hliben typouf a thorough. J, A, Taw'ney, Ei , a leadtttorney of ft'lntma j licrse.'ataMlngorer IC' vtrrts nign. trxtn to bis signature. brett Minn ., writes.- - 'After ustng H far raere thin tbreri dldly proparttstwd, kladat al.ipb and combines yeslvl take gretl pleasure In eUtog that I regard! tbe beat bRnd of Bbjfland and Atomies. By trap. Dr, King's Hew Dltcorery for Consumption at tan rnxriOD, oniuin lOKif Dy.i', iui..nnr,iw-on- , j dam Mlsa Martin, by OarrUnn'a Zlryjini-e.. 1 r In the world loi (aonof Sir Arrlij); tlilrd dtai Ualrlrlla by ZACnARV TAV III. haabetetaiteVl'toclra the WMt UtHo Cbtds i Arcbyi rourtbdamCalypao.tor Blalr, flnb dam Slorn an bold like its author is tho chtiog-plihare bad and lnfarlablr rellrrei the pain In thej (dim or Contentionl "by fmp. Dtre Detll: sixth of Znchary Taylor. dam PyiueV Wlldtti; tenrrntb dsni lita.)lll, br chest " Trial Bottles of this safe cdrt for all Ilatt A Macklln s Keraoaught: eighth dim TUe'abofe signature Martin Vah Euren'j was written a few montlis before his death, iir rm, at the nfc? of 0. MABtK VA la faUae Care Wlthest Cbawge. bjr Tlioti Detroit leo Press. LINK TO CAST Froaa Loultellle la Palace Care wMheutcfeanx. Said Bi other Gardinu' to this LImo Kiln NTANFOKI). iU'O fel, next A very desirable store-rooclub tho other day: "I verily beliaro dat de 8eeklnThomta'o(rih rrmera Ntllonil llank In Utailord. foolishness of mrtin paronta tn tyln' names toortoiheremodeled and gnially improved, Recently UmiUnAn I O Itna of ints road will to deir offsprings has beclouded au' wrecked pl to receive special low ratea. Full H'. J'. I With See Artati of this Company for rate, rentes OVSUIUIll, ft many lives. I)e ole man who was shovolin' Ac., or write C. P. AIMQBl7, C. P. & K A. wow box' doah to mo do odder day was Tblt Institution will open Its Fifteenth Betalon " LoulaWlla. Kir. on the lit Monday tn September next. nomad Henry Clav. It wm on da idftah dat ho 'would moko a Blighty smart man, but do ALL THE BfcAttCUKS OF A mlnlt ho got old 'nuft to roalito who an' what AllpcrtorshaTlngtlalmi egalnsfW. ( Clay was ho pulled right back. Ho couldn't Ulo merchant of Morelind, Ey . are hereby d OHIO nebbcr git dor, and bo kno wed it. Instead of to present them to me at Moreland, properly THOHOUGH ENGLISH COURSE beln' addrossod as Henry Clay, eborybody proTen.on or before ths 11th day of April, 1SS', Are tatight, m wsll m calls him 'Hank Dirt,' on' lio's gwine to bo or tend them to my Attorney. Wallace K. Varnoo, called dat till do clay kivors his coflln. If. HVSTOX, aiinfotJ. Ky. MOBIC. TUB LA.W6rAOE8. DRAW. ro- Bomo y'ars ago a naybur o' mlns O.Oreen. Trustee March II. tt IXO AND PAINTIKO. namal his baby 'Washington Lincoln Grant Ho Smith.' war twund to fill dat boy chock full o' military Tbs only Una runsu&f genius an' statesmanship, but de chile wasn't In Tuition, prlcra rang from tU to tM In th PULLKAS XSW 8LUFIVO 0AJ18 fo y'ars ole befo' he realital dat It was too This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and luiermtaiiaM uiar urparimeou. steep. Ho hadn't nocked tea Lefo' be wot a tramps not to trespass on our lands without w, ana uaiieguw, ,60. ; rreparaiojy, aa all such acta are liable to be procecuted thief an' a liar, on' de odder day he weut to 1 prison for burglary. Do. nonio was too long loth full extentoflbtiaw ISIaned.) Far full particulars, aa to Board, 4c, address tSUnloMt .j March Kth, 1MI. Out A Wi Mi McCormack, MMS. H . J. TBOKKKAHTt iuruo puonc no greppi win, an' so ue was D. McKlttrlck, Mom A. W. Carpenter, fltftanr 4, Usaeln Oo,, Ky. called 'Wash. Oraat' Laterod it got to U II. Busb, C. Htshop, F. Bald, RHd 'Wathboard,' on1 by de noma of "Wakfeuoard K.Cbbb, Levi Hubble, laHiteR, Smith ho am registered on do prison books. aiggtos Kelly, F, D. Hbodea, X has seen "Prime W.O. McCoruack, Minister Jones drawin a B. 0. A J. F. Oorer, M; Lytla, Irwill cartarotind, while clus bekfnd him, O. L. Carter J.W.Vfeatherlord, J. Hill, leadin'ayalUrdogbaprfecj of oM HotheO-line- , T. Vanoy, Burton, If sj Hurpby, OsnasctlBg tn aaaaa depot with fists Uains fas cams Montmorenci Stubbint. I has seen J. A. UarrW. J.B. Ji M. Hill. Queen Cutltcrino llivcns at de Mash tub.whils P. W, Carter, J. U.'McAIUter, EJ. Carter, K. Bienville wis a hangta' out d de Prince J. D. Jones, clothe fur her. I has. whitewashed on d T.J.mctert J.Q Vontgomerr M. While, T. O. A.lVuAlct, The Direct Soat toLvBohbBrf , Baa same job tyid Crar Jackson, an' I hai blacked If. E.'Uarcum, W. K. Amon M.T. Rutsall, stoves a!oogsldo of George de Fo'tlj Bones." Tiue, ar;asjjc. A.b. NawUhd. HJ Darst. lln ullcsppid mtHe STOKE BOOMFOlt RENT Stanford Female College. KT. tr ni io aiKji BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA THE SHORT a Corps of Teachers, PMinniUTC NOTICE TO CREDITORS, notl-Be- Orr, CIESMEIO Bl J. Kentucky Route Etst TERMS MODEKATE. rnela!, Washlngtin, PhilttflphlaN.Y. A SOMD 1EAIN IU.Yllle,Cl.tta..x.ftti Ky., t. Lex. a MYERS HOTEL, STAJTFOXD. IT. H. BURN8IDE, WASHINGTON CITY, Propr This Old and Well Known Hotel Still JgAintaini its High RtpaUtion, AWD "" All Virginia aiad tfortb Carelisa 70" For tlekats sod fonbsr UfortaaUon. aVnly feet ticket offlw. oe addreae W.I.-tlsiw, Stallions for 1885. or YTzx x7u&' c? ti T- gm MARTIBX, vr oJoI-nhl- Itt Proprietor ii Betrlned thmt it Shtsll be Secend to no Oeantnr HotW i Ue iUU is its Ptr, AppoihtmefcU, rftlaM. er Atteo flon to Oeafort ef their Gaeilt. Jf., XYsrottrltl e.w.fMti-ntAdesnijtpg , Ticket and rasa. Trt Awei,. Lmilisllle, K W. Oan'l MasAMr. tlsn'l raaa'r AgH. Klel.oM. Vlrtlula W. C. ARNULH, h. rvz.iidf Bs'etaiswlllketoareyedts frtr charge, ntlal acrusao4atloai to CprrcalTrfMert. t narwiii atwats tltfatiHad arm dt f LWnora aa Clcara. aal frets tkt da i ae NIa4.irar'k. st KeHfc." 0tK4YT RPKCiriC, Shortea (ini Quicken Roata from Oms trai K.pntncicrto all Point North, .Iko Ureat EtglUh Itetnedj, East, West mm mmi 1 iMH 1 , tinted ?2 1 1 IaajMiahlrerure for Weak Memory, Lew of Brain l"ower. Nrrroui Kttaosllon, Hemlnal Wetknms, luipoleney. and Ueneral Jam of IMwrrcl hi Oeneratlre vrgtni, and all diaeaaes that follow aa a CH'fe nuetir oi jpuuiiui impruoence oi the exrrjMol ntatnnl years, turn as ynUMial Usmuaat.rtio in idw baear. ptmaesa, of Vision. rut LEXINGTON & C1XCISSXTI " aai Southwest. Libs Between . rr--r - Hebedule In Kffxl Oct. II. lUU, ihi. s- co-a- y MILLARD Ouo year Ujfore his death in l$74'nxPresi-deu- t FtUmjro inditeil tho abore. Ho wa born in looo, m that his baud had Iot much of itooaily grace. FILLMORE. if- - O W4. nihO KA dignified "MISSES Ho Would swum n few words o or a whoh sheet. The last representative of tho Canton-Faneufamily. These two scions of Now England's prou lest society were arrayed oxnctiy alike, ZS&iUJ?SSSasCs In robes of njsthetic design, of the rennissanea. The desigu included sleevc3 JAME3 BUCHANAN tho elbow, StM nn 1 formal was tho" writing of bacho. bouffant to Jnbotiwo, n square corsage, and of tho style worn by l4ir Btitiinnsii rrinccss Kuraoff do Rouf at tho installation of the preset it war. Scarcely less beautiful and striking, however was tho exquisite toilet of CA.VTO.V-KANEUI- irAJnaJtt riKitcc. llerce nroe In an vey. Ife dil not Fparo pap.r '2t?ZCf S il ninth dam by Imp Hobinob, tenth datn by Imp. Jolly Itarfger el'Teotll dim by leap. Va'lsot twelfth dam by Tryall. Thus It It teo (hit bit ' blo4 Ittnrltbed from thesataa fcsinlaln that wat Tf) Beautfof YdUth, Lexington, the great race horse and greatest of tnl flteocoe, Vorhhlr- - and ttiaeton re k?o natter hiw handsome or stalwart a Ttusi tires, bister-sice- s thE. mautittnrra. , man miy beotherwUe.oihiii can iV up fosi nowfitvln tb tiirf histories.obligehave put my friends Sod at the low, fl gyres to MVllilJ. V HBDU:tKK ctoa partially bald bead. 8M6IB tileats are attrir - elihboti and tojustlfy breeders at a dltftncs in KaBtaslty, Mo. buta shining poll It not The cauro insy be tendlsg to htm, and would tike a few good mares BddltjStthftird by fsnny A MeAllsrer and all place urusains ererywoere on the shirts I will also stand al the asms sickness or anything else, yet Tartar's Hatr BalA Co., Wholesale A ten ts. my combined horse. aam will atop the lost of the hair and tttrt a new 300-lKy, Loulm growth of gloty add soft hair to quickly at tq surprise yourestoring the orljlnil rblor tttho And my Kormenliorse, flHIQ & aanntlme. Not a dye(not oily, dellcsltly per. fumtd. Only standard 50c dressing. The Direct Itoute to 'AT Ke brut and Lung Diseases tuay - AMcAl!st(r'aDrugll6re Urgeatee11. hd tree at Penny1 eaaMWiUKjujio .InVII caselW FeMtle WfaknWstba JcC6 aeta UK ar, chirm, restoring lots or ttdlbirWg-obrilliant girlnf to tbs eye an.lsparallntbcantT.to the cheek! ths ruay blboom of health. a rear i Sklkr. SMTM'umy'i BnerlAe la toll br allDrocitataat packages (or IS. AJ by SI per package, or alt. taall, YvMUrifrae, on receipt of price. k In MTnpaJetwbUb.wtU be aVjllcam. AddroaS all mailed 114 to trery 9V'-umptlon. iMk, Ag,and try tAtrrdt. nsm iqaur Trerea-turaO- t t '? aEw-i-i ."" tt 3J - $MtU ? 1 rs OAAthWe, tMMW,UMM I mUJj ... Ml ac "s-- 67 i " tiv BD'Sti BBBBB -- i 'PUBffHB i t I I " i 'i I M ! 1 IbwBb 8'a38St3H3 'MMtaMM bbbvvb csaati w,,o 3BBBH !. D et eWtni.uu t- 'z :?' o P It, T0E tABKAlilvAH, $l.fJO TO INSUIJK. 17 ami rtrsi MISSISSIPPI n. w. assays 3HH3BD I sr,-r,i-- B8 t;s StStJS WWh-3 P"sr-a-9- - BB BB BBBEB cCnE yon i'imja. neo-poga- n Houcatyand homelluos characterized tho Abrnhnm Lincoln. Ho m astoil tittlo timo c,i his signnturo. Vun I MTitln? of ANDREW JOnN'M)V A3IUDAM AouAccr' LINCOLN preceded by a eM of lowrr part or Hie alMomen, canting the patient to tupioe ho lias some nlTct'ltnn of tho kidneys or nrllibortng Organs. At tlBid, )raptomioflnillgcttion aro prwut.as flittilinrj, unroilncs of tho stumacli, e(r. A melitnr, Ilk-- J Hrplratlon, proJuclnga ery lUragremlleltrlilng, aflir grttlng vinn, It n er) common atteniltut, lllln I, Uledln; mid itching Tiles ) M I at otirc to the application of Dr Ilonnnt.o's Pile r.e?iedy, Mcli arts dlrwtly upon tho parts alfcctcJ, alorHns the Tuaiors, alia) Ing tho Intense Itchlngand affcctlnga pornianent eure. Trlro JC Address the Dr. nlwanLoMfUlcluoCo.,ri.ju,OhI Sold I j MiItob. Plica are freiucntly fntlis tack, loins and and feed furnished at reasonable rater, bil no responsibility for accidents should tny occur. flnut St. Louis & tho West N6rthwest smd t)atliweitby the wsyor ."CW p a "Vn r ?W33 ro M a s? I Otrj also hern for sale tboroLgbbred Calres . tll-t- f fO jrsrllng Mulct and 10 . ntvaiuiA,Ky. Stanford, 0BtS. JLO VISVlf sK.S or GIXGIXX Alt. to5 B17 MM H S a.soeP ISM II " -- ?f l IS 4. II,... 11..UH IHf LIVES MOST BE KCPT IH .nt. ( i HI tS! k iWByHB-f- M V BtiiH going Wont, I i direct tonnectlon at tlioso ottilwltt tbe Lightning ExptFM on tbe Ohio A Mliilulppl far dt Inult and all joints West, 'uItI1Iij or rinctn-JL- J fr TTrmrn Only to mi Liiii-i- , XxUUlO natt ot. bolnt? two houn quicker thin any oilier lln. glrlngour pssengera In taint tunoftr luHtls and first ebvice of iill Leatin; Chatttnooga tor Lou. All Tnninn ItTlllft and rinclnnait mika JLlalLlS iivmnifn iwni SBi -y 3 o 6S2SS 2BBBB lfl jBEBBQB Painfully laboiixl wat Jolmvij penmanship Tor a man who hm apprenticed to a tailor at the ago of 10 it is all t!it could b xp ieJ. Tt& Stage fil B V riOft eALE Tliorcuglibrid Cattle, Cows Helf. i. e't anil Hull lulrra irg stered John U Mc. Allstcr, Huitonrire, Ky. (Jen. f!,av. rapid w ht. .jj .j a boy ho wi ote it U. II. Graut. vritm in a wlli Jln(J( ..e ui 1.1. uuiu v. b. CHAMP artANT. ! 4sin4lrs,it4wbt(sllarb UMI.nof wvm ,0"' m&sNP-- Ine g'lii by way , I Lblian 12 Hours Quicker li.'itSS ?.,iy ,! r.4-uuj'a'o-r-O'tj- SSi-SS-o "Si r Setio3 t t 1 t HJB 3S RiSBlsE IKMHM I I rIJ''Crtl"l''41"MlrSTrnl4f'r.i hLlftr,ts J4II.U4J IllitnniiitUin.rlr. It rtru'slt Mrm Past Timo and Suro Con With all Lines Sit a . O. fc M. AlwtM tvekes BBB3 u "I BB I t I I i uw -a U.S. -9 hmmhiii B B & V! ilaJiiisU rilUY 1rnillf. TlKiuiuxltMrtnlmoiH nisrruTlum it, na u.kjiiwmi.iij,uliirepuiln. neotionB 3BBBBB'33 3BBS u s 3 B P it . Louis &ud s a IatorniiJiato Points. t"v rf. .TiUbju;ii:iim 1 31KX&XH.I.V. IIHANCll. Nonni-Uou.v- Rulliflifonl's lira in lwiii rxui )oii i,u ftvorit. ltonadooj nwkv t.a. ks oror tlirwrr. . IMK n nATKS i .. no jcerriup; "Nn75J,'" c. s.raiis-fr- i M Dallr Dillr Ex. Sun.IRi. tun. 7 25 n in 8 10 0 00 2 00 n m a in J go p ui a io a zu n in n ml fl 47 ii tii a m ll 07 n m A lu IU i, n a w 71 Sji in No6t UiUp.'spor. ono of tho brightest lx'llen in tho "Ho kfci'" Tw-i-iimOf Mighter proxrtious Rionous galaiy. than Jliss Dults, MUs Zonobla j et boaste n flffiiro of nritocratIc oleganco nnd unsiiqwuv JAMES A. OAHFIELD. ahloRraee. Her diois was of n Kuoetnnd A clftar, Iwlil, busJiiM.Hke n rit u a elTcctive simplicity, a plain Astraklun. mtin, TlicAielnrpHttcl Nc.rn tta'iif tr.M u tie iho Ho itaitti apld ;r. itor, att. u Im at tliestab.pof I ot 'Pink fitting clowly to tho waist, nnd thonco falling season of' I8S1 mlloi ffci CotUge ijj stanfgid, i toiniinl nftlio voluminous In pura Givek folds to a lwnlor of thrto-pl- y rhlcli accomijauiod Ills busy life. foulard, shii red with enipreoicmont. NothAT 815 MEASOX, ing could havo boon bimplor or inoio plensiiiK '-On8'5TOl"i!,ii!K a Cm ? to tlvo A few pluinosof tho philaloo bird nestled in lwr raven hair. ChampolsadvkKray, UJ, hsrds high, weighs ' J , GOO pounds seiI It a re ari ild the VSih of May CHEsrnn a. AnTiftJii next. Ho Is of fiao style and action, good in the 1 j:-P- r 'Iwu Dulliirs to (Jut u Dime. iit Aitliur writes rapidly. From Kins, well ribbed nnd largo body with wcllohap. New mail IuiluixinOt'iit.) tho sttut to tho fliuli of his gfnnttiro his pon rd llouMf on.. U iris Through tho telephone; "Is hat jou, doc-- imported by f head and nsrkTU 4tct V. titubblfle)d nocr Uugoof the papur oven to crow tho lofcf Bloom, iokton, lll.fBerlteniber U. 1W tn." We will alto ttind st the ssiue plsto our fine "Yes, wholsitr ".-y' "Mr. Jiorony 01., doctor, what Miall I ytuog Jack, - 2i2-iild"fbr bobyi Ho has swallowul n iii.n-- . "U'oli.you surely don't want to spond two dollure to got n ditno. do y ou V And tho tele- At 10 for n I.I vluir Coll. Rotten Is n beau OROTin ULsvnLA.vri. tlful bltclr, UVt hands high; wla nulled oTeul)er phone ccasoil to work. -10, 1873, and it by Writ Kud, hv be Warrior, hit 'jTekJiiiitS imxnu-rfjriU Dositiitilv first tfSKlpalnxab 14 Ufoiuuvr. Tb ai.Tri l,ii,n,.,.o., i SI!ILOItt CATAIIHII HEMEDV, a poslliTe dim by Jlm.lortr,Jack. dam Sboo Kly,by a Mam k ?incXK tlttwrit' r!tli !isnilii!ii!f mnflirfS curs for Catarrh, Dyphtbcrla aul Canker Mouth, uotli and,warrlor at rrafbnaWn rates, but will Psiluie furnished J, . ." T auITipI "I lf.l . ... t i )T MIV J'WtllBI-- , ' not be rcApouslljlo foacVldenisiho Id tny occur. I ror sale by Penny A McAllster. ivu Uz 7J V MIHS ZEVOniA DE WAIBACgii: JllwZonoblaimniverilIr ndnMtlMl 4 tn ! m 'iWhSs Qar-Hol- n My 61 tl! PA MM KiWMI TftIM left witto lo tue uulrlg leJ. For full snii ttififns'loa In regard to Land, A( , In the Mates. Map, Oullei and lowaet special ralxs lor IkVhU nd llaumhoIJ (J(K)lstnal pumu WeateMllAn or ml.lrtsi Cnnatelloflin'l In Ifnlnt Dwst, St. with trslnsuf line Rilng U'sst, iJurlbn-M- t fontliwsn II you arne i.vu l to nn? mint. Mil Lre Oitlrvton. " Lexliiglun " nu Arr Paris .. .. Milleisburg " OrllilD .. un nr " nson,., T.nals, " Mnyvi Hoitu-jVim- 10) 11 ielru A , M. T. &&&?? THE ee i r; . -- 3BOSTOKT! IVIIAV 4) jmm pt -- !..,".... i'-- j pirl(V and onrlcb tlio fll 3rD, II llIK till i.ivhft mill UIDflUVS. aim IISpTOHb unjhhm ana vifiwi-.c- i IIHM.TH. due n i!S reHirillK nn rlslli jml tllltli .1 IONIC, esiuilii' I'sai.i k1u. i"lur Anj rt to liidlRt-- I a uu'li. i .!'' list l iiiursv tlui , I i k wlm Inline lla'e uml niliruil nsrlli Holies, i ill lit rvi. ion lm nrw Inuv. linlUciiJ niunlki lliuuliii iinu cuntiiits iiikiu ipiii Pf.aHrX'- - Wlieriiiir toiidIii k(I complaints wim uml iii i,h ri .i iiiii-UK. iiAZvlLCa IAO-- 1 VOJ IC a . r. un j iuly cum. It i;lvtv a (lent iinillivulib) luiuiiluxloii 'ilio Mrniii.oi.1 ti'stliiitii) I" lliufuluu of Hll. IlAllTl ll' lllOK lOMC U llial Irn'IIHIllltlLIIHllI at lomiturh liliil aii dl ly uMnl l tliopopnlsr ItyorilK-orlxinunil uiiiiiill) tlusllu IkjIIIi Hiu otuoiK do i.ot osiioMniuut and near jinrrer aitxl o. iDi Tour pnutOrit to tno (Liiiilr. Ito.ldr oui 'TJIIEAM BOOK." -stl mk m FACTS ilEUi?D'W5 Uarrodsbnrg, Ky OIIAJ1UL, rblllUL Proi't an lUn'l MmtV", Oen'l Past. Agl, C. W. PA HIS, etitral Tjwnger Agent, ('! rntl tih'n 1 V Tairongcr Ag'lOhlo 1 II ALSOl'. (. ItlnMslppI RplliTar, J i7oST tith St Ually Dslly Ex, un Kx tun Lro Mays llic " Johnsbn I'a.H.I " Mlllersburg"" Arr Paris i.exinginn. JI3n .10 n 1 is 1 "'"'Z'""' I 7 21 7 ' "ilni;ion in hfaMWm OPERA HOUSSJ1, BTAHl'OP.D, KY in Mi nn ms 9 10 a in in ill in io a u til ml i n :i 5'Jim 2 Hll lu 1 J(i t i PU n as p tn 0pm ii m jm i"jn W. P. WALTON, HlroofPtann.'ltOx-iO- , - Proprictbr , . iiaasonablo ratea to ry Boailnrf capacity, Kb'ht griod ouiu Inciudtii. tet S"t' f Soy Csllory, attractions. Ail I No. 3 runs dally fnim"" KnoxvllleT WiutlifatrrandLexIsglon to IxiTlngtou. r.TTi'".2;? ,.,";, tU 'fslngton out Paris, ami Winchester anJ Tarls Train No file dall) ington nod Pirls, but Is.lillyHundar Iwtwoen Lexfroni to KnoxTllle. Uidnc ton and I'jrlt -- Np. 62, dally tx.pt Sun- - NoTK.-j'ri- ( 1 .FttlTol stranuound I ofm WAllKriKLO. Os. HAnTrtt's HMIfi-I- S lilrtntlon,lrce., Iron Tonio is ron Salo oy ali u-- it l N1 r.iAvWl PwfOVVIHfRP. prMorlptlon of one, of thi rnuai noted and auctxsiful the n. rt (now retired) for thn curi oftiierlallats In Arrrotf JitblUtu M.al XatHiOoH, lyenkuntH mill ntrttu. Seffi laplMiissalrttflitrloporsie.MrutfglfctscaallllU nasrett uit. wahu . CO., Loultlens, Mo. B6 FREE? JFreuable self-cur- e Wlnnhostar Polld Trains, with I'ulh,,.,,, ruutla C,r. lictweer. Clnr nnsi and itlcbmoad, Va af.d Wlncho tct aud Waihlnglop, I), c. . n I..A...1. Ai.m.. checked to any ill,i."nu M? dtstlnatjon S.and I ',. wne.Nos. 'innenl l'.!etlv:linl '. rracliol.by "r, 'lDKtoii9 1i)m. rtpl "P?..0"'1?" Ar.,!! railroad, W. II. WHITTI.B8I5V, TrlT, A(eoti Manager ,., o, f,' A ll