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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885032401 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. Sent VOL. XIV. nal ImteftJif loitfiral STANFORD, KX, TUESDAY, MARCH The Rtreetfl ..., 2.4, 1885. -- no. t; IMMENSE S1O0K OF- - The Streets at Venice. and eldewalkH of Venice THE CLOSING CHAPTER. IIYALRKBT Time to Putin Her Good-byare decidedly unique, both in material and and though our heart shall never gia, who put his new wife on the train for Ueatln unlion again, a visit to "hia folks;" whom she had never construction. The city ia built entirely iHbUnh(ul Titradaya and JFVfrfriya Mine will yearn for tblno torerer, upon piles, and occupies 82 email islands seen, that he put her in charge of the conThough It bungon all In Tain. in the lagoon of Venice. Oao hundred and ductor, with the special request that the ANNUM. 83. OO ! and though our handi no more lady be told when she got to Ward' Stafifty canals serve as streets for tho city, Shall claip, unlet beyond tbe tomb, tion. Wnsa paid strictly la advance. It w hire to these being crossed by nearly 400 bridges. Mine itlll would aervo tbee ai before, The Canalazo, or Grand Cmal, has a varyThe conductor waa interrogated frequentlt any time, S3.50 will U chanted. TRIMMED AM If ever time of need ahould come, ly and of tener as to whether the train waa ing breadth of from 100 to 180 feet, and diGood-byand though the tjn and thloe vide the city, by a devious line, into nearnear Ward's Station; the negative reply was No mors In tender glanoei meet, W. P. WALTON. To know thla pleaiure once waa mine, ly two equal parts. Both eidei of this cagiven many limes. At each station he was Will bo a Joy forever aweet. nal are lined with building, una of them nervously questioned. "Is this Ward's?" Uood-byand though our lips apart Maria Ward and John Randolph. marble palaces of great magnificence, and "No, madam; I will tell you when we get Mutt eTer and iorerer be, -- ATOne. of the saddeat and most romantio to close to the water' edge as to be entered there." But he didn't. The train Mlnettlllobey the aching heart, love affair in the social annalt of Virginia from the gondolta or water coaches plying Ward's Station, ran by five miles And tadly breathe thla song to thee. with not a thought of the farmer's wife. waa that of Maria. Ward and John Ran- in all directions. The canal ia spanned by ! and should you loiuetlmea cut d The dolph, ofltoinoke.t Beginning in his early three bridges, two iron structures erected was pulled vigorously when A wlitful look on vanlthed dtoami, boyhood, it became the one enthralling in 1851 and 1833, and the KihIiq bridge, the mistake was discovered, the signal givItcmeraberaiway that the put, The en and the train backed up to Ward's. The pamlon of hla manhood, filling his whole built of white marble in 1588-0- 1. The farther oil' the fairer leemi. AIX PRICES AND STYLES. being, until, he himself eaid, "he lovH her canals branching oil from the Canalazo and conductor.ran into the ladled' car: liut though the wordi I ipeak are truth, In llinu I can noiolacefind, better than hla own soul or Iltni that cre- from each other are much narrower and "ow, madam, this is Ward'; come I cannot leaw the drratui of youth h shorter. The numerous briJges are very let me help you off, the train is behind ated It." There ia a picture of John Without a lingering look behind. in the roowi of the Vfrnluia Hletor-ic- al steep in the centre to alljrJ pasiage fir the time." And ihall your heart regretfully, Society, taken at the lime when he gondolas beneath them, and render a land "But I am not going to get off at Ward's; 'or other day and pleaiure ilgh, my husband told me when I got to Ward's wan the accepted loter of Maria Ward. It circuit of Venice a most fatiguing nowerer dear they teem to be repreeenta a singularly handsome youth of Mot of the houses, in addition to their I'd be pretty near Guthbert and it would You cannot prize them more than I, twenty fire hit erei dark and full of Intel-lec- t, main entrance by water, have another combe time to put in my teeth. Much obliged In tearlrn torrow I repine, his mguth beautifully formed, and municating with a narrow alley oncourt on for tellin' me." And intilly curie my bitter fate. are so narWhereupon she proceeded to put them The fault wai mine, tho grief li mine, orer hia proud and lofiy forehead fell a the land. Theie pasaage-way- s And I repent, slat, too late. In.-- Er. profusion of dark hair. The breaking off row and intricate as to render the city a Too late, aud every hope It gone, of the affair in wrapped in myttery; all we vast labyrinth, mot of them being not The trade-dolrspeculators are in the For we will nerermeet agalo, know ia that one summer morning he rode more than four feet in width. There are short row. Bankers and brokers who And a the dayi drig ilowly on, up to the house, and after a long interview two exceptions to these. Tbe firet is the bought trade dollars at 85 cents with the I dream of what they might haro been. Wdy left the room In atreetcalfed the Merceria, situated near in tho parlor, the expectation that Congress would order In the Legislature: '"Mr. Speaker, I tear, while be untied from the hoiite, the centre of the city, lined with handsome their redemption at face value are now mounted hia horae and rode furlouily away. shops and so wide that two carriages might arise to place in nomination a man, sir, selling them to the mint at SI cents. Some He nereraaw her again; but one day be ap- pass in if their drivers were very careful. what we all know, sir, to be a man what instances are given: A Philadelphia bankproached a house where ahe waa atayiog The other is the Piazza of St. Mark, on the ain't got no peer nowhar. We all know ing bouse has sent 10,000 to the mint and while ahe waa singing in the parlor. Fas. south side of the city, at the entrance of the that he is more thon qualified, sir, for the several thousand more on hand, which will cinated br the aound of her roice he lin Grand Canal, a square containing some of position, for I sarred with him durin' the take tbe same" course. A New York bank gered on the pQrch, and sent In from lime of the finest public building of the city, wah, sir; he will not only represent the ing nouse hm uu.uw which will be eent lo t time a request for her to ring one after and lined by arcades with hindeome shop great democratic partee, but, sir, tbe entire the mint to be melted. It may be hoped "O, don't you remember aweot Alice, Ben Bolt?" "Her bright amlle haunt me itlll!" "Yet, I law her lait at Dr. Bourne' Drugstore.' No wonder, she got her paint from Bourne.' another the tender little ballada which and cafe. At right angles to this is the State. Durin' the dark and bloody days this is tbe end of the swindling trade dol"O, write me a letter from honn, were attoclited with their lore. Maria Piizetta, which runs down to tho sea. when the pale face of hunger put its bloody lar. Commonwealth. "John Andernn, my Joe John, you hair ! MSr- And get the stationery from Bourne. the now your eye It dim!" Wrd sang, uncooiciou of her lofer' pre. Many streets are lined with narrow quays, hand on the heart of tbe nation be waa A country that can show an aggregate "I wonder If the lovei me 7" Tell tbe old coon to go to Bourne' and get ssaa-o- f ence, while he ruriied frantically up and having atalrways down to tbe gondola found to be as true ai steel, an' grabbed will If the gory wolf by the lappels of his shirt value in farm animals of $2,450,425,933 is Bhe Bourne.you buy your beautlfier from hlihalrdreaiing and a pair or Le atarefa down the porch in an agoor o' trie', war-in- g landing. The city his rullway communicele orated Hock Cryital Bpecks." nd crying in On- - tpni.h of cation with a Junction on the main tand by and shook him until he loudly begged for a long way from bankruptcy. And this "Rote bloom and then they wither." hi arm, i tbe return of horse, mules, milch Traveler. Tbe perfumes are made into extracti far Bourne. "Shall I never moro behold thee?" cows, ..w, mean of a viaduct two mil- - long, with mercy." hla heart. "Mtcbsth hath raurl "Yet, and In good health, for I get my medlcln oxea, and other cattle, sheep and swine, for "Kathleen Mavourneen, the gray dawn li breakover 'J00 arche. The city of Veoic h very Macbeth ihall ileep no mon'" Dr. William A KiddAck, who died refrom Bourne." ing:" a very cently in Pennsylvania, had during the the I ntted States for one year. As com Mrl Ward married Peyton Randolph, beautiful, from a distance presents "I'm glad of It; Bourne hai so rainy nice good "What are tbe wild warei laying?" aon of Klraund Kindotpb, who wae Ojv pictureeque appearance, the house all last years of hi life been made miserable pared with the previous year there waa ac I want to take tbe whole day purcbailng.'' Bourne, Bourne, Bourne, Bourne, Bourne! ernor of Virini, the fir-- l AMorney Gen seeming to be slloat on the water A by the delusion that thirteen women were Increase in all the farm animals except Then, Katy darling, do tell Lilly Dale to put Pick a Boo In Aunt Body'i old arm chair and ring mibituutti after him with matrimonial intentions. sheep and swine, tbe depreciation in thoie cretary of company hsa been formed eral of the l' .tiled SjiIm, and leep, mother," while you go to Bourne' Kew Drug Store and get me a Tooth Bruab, me ThW Ivly wai steamers for the gondola cf enic. Inl One of them, he aid, wanted him to mar claase being attributed to the change in "Rock to State uoJer Waahinston tome Toilet Soap, a pair of Le More' Perlicoplc Lensei, tome of hit Letter Paper, a distinguished for the -- n lUito i:rce and will rob the city of a crest element of at- - ry her and feed her on peacock's brains and tbe wool tarifi and the low price of corn. bright tractivenrsi as well at poetic association, diamonds. The doctor once thought of i. faactnationof her menu "Sj I may really have the next wailr?"' bottle of Vanilla for your mother, atrengtbenlng Cordial for your grandmother and aome worm caadj-fo- r Jeeuii, and go quick or I'll make you think "Thli cruel war li not over." wit. Her portrait, a oj'T f which ha but will no doubt prove of great commer-- c purchasing a large farm nnd stocking It aaid a Ifjrlem dude to a married belle the Chicago Inler-Oceanl importance. been secured f r thin article through the with his baker's dozen of admirers. O le other night: "Ii'sso good of you, Mre. M. of her granddaughter, Mrs Wil court There "CM audited on March 11 and of bis latest vagaries was to put on his I know how rarely you'll consent to wallz liami, of Hlchmond, repreenta alotely paid out of the State Treasury idiot claims clothes In an eccentric fashion, sticking with anybody. I am greatly favored." girl of sixteen, with wondroui blue c;ei, to the amount of eleven hundred atul nine- his aims in the leg of his trousers, and "otatali.Jilr. Ladedah, I don't object delicate complexion, a profusion ty one dollars and twenty Grecei.W, (1.191. wearing his socks on his hsnd. to waltzing, in general; it is only my husof aunny brorn curlf, and In the quaint 25i all from one county band's aburd jealomy, you know. "But This was the Uenerals Beaureguard and Eariy persist costume of the laat century. I'm sure he won't mind my taking a turn ol in disgracing semi annual allowance for tbe support themselves, the soldiers of the Maria Ward died in lS'.'G. aged forty-tw- o Among this lot were late war that fought under them and the with you, you know." tKlrtv four idiots. AND- yean. All contemporary account! unite seven new one. At this rate bow long win memory of those who gave their lives to A hotel is to be built in Pittsburg, Penn., in describing her a possessing a lingular it be before the idiots are in a maturity in make the reputations of those Generals all eeven stories high, with the kitchen on tbe faacinatlon of manner, a charming sweet-nee- a that county? And may not this be a key they are. It would be far better for them top fbor, and electric fire escapes in every and amiability of diapoaltlon, an en to the iratematic robbery of the Treasury, A Full and cemplcto assortment of Furniture, embracing to live and die in poverty than t3 grow room. The escape is to be operated from chanting gayety and trprit, and a peculiar, of which the readers of the Commtrtiul havo srything from the Cheapest t the Finest Parlor Suites. Hat-Heerich at the expense of their section of coun- tbe office. By touching a button there irresistible, perional lorellnes. At the te go to the large cities to make your purchases, no nrnttttrr of late heard so much' Will tbe next Leg- try's honor. This is tbe opinion of tbe every guest is simultaneously aroused, freab at time of her death ahe wra itlll ai what quantity or quality you want, as can and will duplies repeal tbe law inijoilty of the people of the South, as the every islature have tbe nerve to window thrown open, and a flexi- any the aummerloee, ai captivating in mind under which such outrages are perpetrated prices you can obtain elsewhere, freight being added, Ala editor of this paper ascertained on a recent ble ladder loosened that reaches to the and mtnneri at when aha enthralled the and relegate to the Aunties the care of tbe. a full assortment of Conns, Cases, Shrouds and Robes, eml visit to the States of Alabtma, Mississippi, ground, passionate heart of John Randolph, of Ri fewof this class of poor unfortunates who Ing all the New Styles, both cheap and expensive. Ware Agent's Herald. and Louisiana. "How do you sell teeth?" inquired a apposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Ity. Maga Harper E. L. DIdier, In anoke. objects of charity. Repeal the are really A Boeton gentleman, who has a taste for man, stepping into the office of a Chicago tine for April Yeoman. idiot law and atop the fraud. tbe collection of old epitaph, sends uatbe dentist. Fiah Cook baring been called upon to "Ten dollars a set." North Georgia msrble la claimed to be following quaint specimen of an epitaph on SrV SA wV iSl BiyV JfO become a candidate for the Legislature in "Well, you may give me fifty cents the .finest In the world. A local quarry-ma- n a tombstone In a graveyard in Plymouth Warren county, declines in an amuiing has just cut a counter for the Kimball county. Mist: Here lies the bones of worth; I've got to get the old lady some: "So, good people, card in which he length and Richard Layton, Whose death, alai waa thing for a present, and she ueeds teeth tbe AND PAPER HANGEE. jou.I will' House, Atlanta, sixteen feet in let me off thla time and I promise four feet broad out of one solid block. He strangely brought pn, Trying bis corns one worst of anything I know of. Chicago J-J-P for you;. I will teach you tq raiae grapes Freico Celling Paper Hanging a Specialty. aii Telegram. mar could supply a Ordera Promptly Attended to. reltmeWe and wJll'dlTjdewy patch with save: r" We eigh't feet long andflales in day to mow off, His razor slipped and cut ! i fMMMMMMBigi 1 ' five feet George Riddle, of Carroll county, Mo., SrANFOaD, Kv. his tee off. His toe. or rather what it you; I will tell you illThave learned about bla column A hundred years from to day uren to, An inflimation quickly flew to, I tlei 'father of twenty-tw- o will tell you diameter. daughters, LBB 7. HUFFMAN. firming and touched Which look, will have lijen brel D to mortifying, And waa anuinc ih'tu fire. sWa of twins all living how to cure hog cholera and kill cabbage the quarry STANFORD, KY. GETrrjINE ORXGnfAXt. a speech on "free Thn .upplv of mitble of surpassing qual- thee iue of Richard's dying. of land for OOoe doutn aide Main Htreet, two doort ahor arid t home, and has 400 acres worm -- will make you 3c theMyera Howl. of color ia exhaust-lew.- " hir trade and the people' right,' will tell you ity and of every shade XINIBSEJMT. ' Old Daniel Tucker, colored, the moat no- each ore So they are likely to stay at PuraNltniui Oxide tai adialotiwred ( qatrl. Introduced IntMIt a new yarn and crack you an old Joke puhilt-table character on Chincoteague Island, home long sfer n aching marriageable wir. Allen, Jro. .MnrstonHheumatlwi, ANeuralgia. Old soreu cure for Washington I said to the died la.U neck. He claimed to have had sge. DR. W. B PENNY. When I was at and sing you a aong, when I learn one lliirni, bpralni. senilis. Cut. Bruise. n All other bodily palm. Farmer and wants anj thing !The next time and and will be a candidate for the Ben-a'- e engineer of the little buildinr at the f 'it of many hair breadth rscapis by field and itock recommend U at tho bent know ri remedy .rer STANFORD, KENTUCKY. cure of hhonlder Htralna. Cracked lleolt. year hence, If we are all alive and tbe Monument. bn the man that it will do well to hear in mind that it does two flood. II also claimed to Eye. Cbafet or Onlla. fcjralns. Corks. Him In OrSce on Lancaster strest, rest .lnor to Intk-BIO12 a. l I. ,rr....hl all around: but let me off "You have a mighty tall chimney for "the song was writ about," and maintained not alwavH pay to get all four feet into tbe Journal ofllc. OAce liouti from 8 to wnen ttc. Meirnre of Imitation. TIIAM. H.AI.I.liNlJr..olerrpP.ndMi--IttCturer.Offlcc,Nn.:iaAnthStM.andltoS P. u. Anetthetlcaadmlnlitered r Cincinnati.-uri'ot home and let such a small factory." Ciicago Herald. thia time and I will t that he had drunk enough whisky to float trough. neceutrr alo Lv ull DruUta.u allng me Owl friends, you can He silently chalked h mark on a bonnl any vcenel that ver traded over Chincothe bees CATARItU CURED, health aad awcet breath briwall behind him. Baltimore Sun. lecured by 8bllou'i Ctarrh Keiuedy. Trice 50c. teague Uiy. run m for anything eni through a Yti iala by Tenny A McAlltter. "What's that for?'' I inquired. ar pitch or hone pond, hut not for the Le"Buckle my shoe, Egbert, dear," said 8LKEPI.ES3 NIOHTd made miterable by that gislature." He c include a follow: ''J the ICTih penoo who made "You are fiance. terrible cough, rihlloh'i Cure ii the remedy for Dalroit a Cnicago belle to her with bit own hand, with my that remark" wai the anwer wrote thi Egbert went down on his knee like a roil. For sale by Foony .1 McAUiter. ,efl eTe ""ll Free Pres. heart full, a biir tear in Positive Cure for Piles. true knight, but, as he had lost hi ere-gl- s, itanowing like blue out of doors The wood parts of roller skates are made To the people of tbli county we wduld lay that his vNlon was a little uncertain. Marchlil'i Richard Cobb, of the aame a that need in makA Model Cook.-M- m. "Is this your foot, darling?' he inquired. we hare been given tb agency of Dr. guaranteed was nev d Itillau Pile Ointment emphatically county, nee Pnelps, of this ing wood engravings. Jr., of Lincoln "You bet," ebe said to cure or mo.iey refunded Internal, External, crz er very plentv, and the roller-skatcounty, vuiteil relative nere boujo w "Aw. pawdon:! I thouzht it was the Blind, Bleeding or Itching Pllei. Price SO cent and found has sent its price away up out of teach of lounge!" ago. She waa in need ol a cook a box. No cure, no pay. Penny A McAlltter, Drugglit. one ne r Union City, whom ahe took horae the wood engravers, who are groaning and K;lrt 1 now disengaged. Daughters, Wires and Mothers. The other day a fiae Newfouud wlihing the crszj would abite or som one with her. JohnSinton object in hisptpsr to Mr Dr. land do of which Mr. 0 ibb thought much, would discover a substitute for bix woo I, Cleveland's Cabinet becauee, with one ex- - We emphatically guarantee cure Marchlil'i Female Diseasa female remedy, to therefrom a Their business is serloiulv affei'd. d entered the kitchen and took ception that of Mr. Manning it is es, inch at Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and piece of meat, carried it into the yard and of lawyers. Judging from the kind Ulceration, Falling and dliplacemtnt or bearing "You did not dare "peak to me in tnst down feeling, Irregalarlttles, Barrenness, Change ' waa engaged in devouring It when the cook manner before I married yon, -- ill she In- of work that the heads of the Departments of Life, Leutorrhffia, bealdei many weaknese made the discovery. Tne information waa dignantly excUiui'ed. will be compelled to carry on for a year or iprlDglng from the above, like Headache, Bloatimparted to Mr C, when he carelerely "No, nor you didn't dare cime civori two, a Cabinet composed exclusively of ing, tptnal Weaknti, Sleepleitueaa, Nervoui de- Dayton Steel Plows, Champion Steel Plows, Champion Sulky Plows, Lm ramarked "Mr. C , I wieh your old dog was ing around me in curl piper md criminal Inwyer would not be altogether bility, Palpitation of thtt Heart, Ac For tale by . Stone Plows. Lone Star Plows, Bissell Chilled Plows, Gale Chilled druggttti. Prices 31 and f 1 50 per bottl. Send dead." In a few momenta thereafter the slippers bsfore I marrltd you, uitiic!" out of plaee. to Dr. Marchlit, Utica, N. Y for pamphlet, free. 8hovel and eaid: 'Ho's cook appeared In the door . Plows, Maysville Hill Side Plows, Malta Double Tt la nalil that some of the States are af ha rotnrtfld. Forialeby Penny A McAlliur. Prulit. dead." "Who'a dead?1' waa asked. "The Then she cried and ho profanified. fronted because they are not represented in , Plows, Mmkle Double 8hovol Plows, Halls Double dog you said you wlihed he waa dead, Destroy that Sigh. theCiblnet Ah, well, all in due lime. will be an abundant crop of ap.n,l I mnk the ax and killed him!" Mr. There , t One may feel that tin ! getting old, but bo nat Shovel Plows, Minkle Pony Plows, Hall s been wearing mourning ever ples and peachis this year, at least that i Everv militia district In the country will C)bb h urally dltlUer that anything about hla appearbe represented In ance ihould advlte otner of tbpfact. Yet notheince- .- it'ehm nd Hernld. Pony Plows, Malta Cultivators, what wanr of our farmer friend iii'nrm have an opportunity to Infanta horn on unlucky day smnng us A hack war !nrini! I nlwKV" a mn the Cabinet long before the democratic par- ing doti Ihli to effectually it thin and falling I All certain tribe of Madagascar hav pl.ee- - of of n uood fruit yearc. - Winchester Dom ty concludee to relinquish Its firm hold on hair. Ko wouimi wantt to marry a man and kinds ofPIoHS I Mown of all sizes! employ a man who ihow No end to Pious cloth tied over their moutha and are then ocrat Constitution. Government.-Atla- nta the at all Prices! Plows trout 92.50 to 50, thli fatal sign. Parker's ILIr Bahatn li worth to buried alive; you, In Ihl regard, more turn It weight In JUST AS GOOD. FOR SALE BV red tape required the appointMilitary McnOUEUTS a STAOO, Ue It and have plentiful and glo'iy hair. ifauy unicrupulout dealer muy tell )ou they hat ment of a Mjor, a Captain and a First looking alter the lit I)fut;!ti, who are alw Many have hid every trace ot grayum removed mil In reimdlei tor (tough stid Coldi en"l In Lieutenant as a board to condemn a sick and bald ipoti covered by tiling a ilode bottle. Interest of their cuitomeri, have now curcd the every r.erct Juit ni fiood n tho old rll.ble Pr. rem-,lOmaha. The .ale cf 1H. HomdUo' Cough and LungSyiup.a Also dealer la Buggies, Carriages, Surrejs.kSprlug Wagons, Farm Wagasu, ll.xsnko Cough and Lung 8) rup, utile yoii Imlit mule to be shot to death at WILL YOU BUFFER wlthDyipepila and L;v-fall to cure Colds l'aln. In tl liuil of the gal-laguaranteed to upon thla renifdy nnd llt take no other, you ro mulo diod during the session .a.utel Complaint? Shllob' Vltallier it kinds of P pror Coiish, narTestlnsMaeklacs, Planters, Harrows l Unt, nd,alj Luo AffKtlorn. For, docrlTcd. Tricot, W ccuti and cure you. Fir aaleby Penny Jk McAUiter. board. -- Chicago Times. aampta bottl ilia fiS cnU 11.11. to U greatly try a i' MugT )l. rilMR. It is told of an old farmer Teeth. down in Geor- XEll Uood-hye- wJkiili mmwmm i BEADY FOR THE WALLf M'EOBBETS & STAGrGTS. Uood-bye- bell-cor- Kan-dolp- tk. I3I.O. ttTJTJETZ; ar I have received and am still receiving' New Goods for Fall and Winter, comprising the best in the market which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Ruply BOURNE! rl Arnw 1 r UNDERTAKER JOealer in Fiirnitiire ! I ev d HOUSE PAINTER! JmKKrvi) NERVE )Bmrytt fruit-growin- g al, HUlttililON JBiy'riT" BONE SWTO Tontlnt r"l,,'i, orr.r'. " crt? ., ItM-lyr- .) near-sighte- PLOWS! PLOWS! box-woo- d, Box-w6o- com-pjse- l1:. niK-mr-- v4 lIw nit-r- GEO. j' I. WiE.iREK, Agt. n.r er nt Hdll ndtljIM 11.00. Sold by McItoUMl ' Hon. M. J. Durham left to day (Mon The Grand Lodge, K. of II,, of Kenday) to enter upon his duties as First tucky, will meet in Louisville April 14. The Langham House burned at Chica- Comptroller of the U B. Treasury. He wish-e- i go, causing three deaths- and a loss of $400,- - left with the congratulations and best March 24, 1885 Stfc.iord,Ky.,- long friendo who feel of troop of lifo 000. The Continental Sugar Refinery at that the right man has been selected for tho Boston with 10,000 barrels of sugar, burn- place. W P. WALTON. ed Saturday. The senior claw of Contio Collcgo has A snow-storset in at Fortros Mon pawed its final examination In Butler's TJfio KEliin, of Uic Cnrllole Murcury, roe, Va , Sunday morning nnd lasted all Analogy and Evidences of Christianity nil 1 can not powtfaltisfoul in patience, to nnx day. It was the heaviest in ten days. has been turned over to Prof R R Check ioiu la Le that every bloody fon of a reMr. Hay, First Assistant Po'tmnster to completo tho course in English nnd Eig-lis- h W. ottld kindly risk your nltoution to tho fact that they huvo jnst returned publican be turned out of office. After McKco General, is suffering from pulmonary Literature. from tho cities with n lurgo, frosh aud well eolocted stock of eopyinjt an article from thin purer publieh- retrouble, and it is doubtful that ho will savs the averaee standing of this class is cover. ed the day before the Inauguration, in his higher than any he has known since United States Marshal A. J. Auxier rbich we exulted over the coming of connection with the College. It will be has fowarded his resignation to President be Bya: "It look like Lox Briscoe and another gentleman of Cleveland, preferring a walk out to being vnorrow enre enough. Secretary Bayard, color hired a blind yellow horso from Mr. Endless in variety, dainty in quality, nnd satisfactory in prices, this wo guar kicked out. whoee family has been fed for cixty years night and went to nntee. Onr aim shall bo nt all times to supply ovory want in our lino. A portion of the Capitol at Trenton, Jno. StodghiU Thursday refey democratic support, has notified his a "feslibul" at Lancaster. When they got inN. J , was burned and with it many valpublican eubordinatCB that he does not by mistake was uable records and relics, estimated at $100,-00- 0 ready to return their horse them. The democratic ad- 4xl 10 disturb hitched to a bugy another party had hired in value. Consists of tho standard brands of Europe nnd Amorica. Our largo lino sainiKtration doc not teem to recognize its Out of the 10 contestants in the 're- from Wakefield & Hudson, also of this of cooking stoves includes tho justly colobratod Iritnds" "NVeaieasdeiiirous m anybody "Great We3torn Reservo" and cent C day match on roller skates in New place. On the way back Briscoe and his toeee a majority of the republicans turned Stodg-hill- 's many other famity favorites. Yotk, ono has died and six others are ly- friend became drowsy when Mr. out to die, but we recognize the good sense OUR CHINA, GLASS, AND OJJEENSWARK STOCK consists in part blind, yellov horse, still hitched to ing at the point of death. matof Mr Cleveland in going slow in the Wakefield A Hudson's buggy, walked over of Table, Tea nnd Chamber Sets completo, Glasswaro richly cut nud etched. Sunday was a bloody day in Louisville. ter of appointment, and are confident that Two fatal affrays occurred, another man a cliil and broke his neck. The necks of In tho way of Rreadstuffa wo name Buckwheat flour, tho queen of all tribes. he will fill every office that in gcod time was cut in the head, another shot and a po- neither Briscoe nor his friend were broken Our eolebrnted "G. M." patent flour unrivalled for cako and pastry, whilo bould be with honest d(mocrats. In the liceman was arrested for highway robbery. but the buggy was smashed to smithereens. Rico and Hominy, our own patiotic products, are nrrayed as faithful adjuncts. mean time the discomfiture of the impaBarbourville is to have a hanging So it will be seen that it is better to be a tient office seekers is as amusing as their We hadalmoU arrived at the conclusion next Friday, unless Lieut Gor. Hindman "culludpusson" than to be cither a blind, All tho delicacies in foreign and domestic confections nro hero. claim are doubtful and magnified. that we had found one thing to refute the geta-- a chance to respite. John Sexton is yellow horse or a buggy, Tin, Stono, Wooden nnd Willowwato, Electric lamps, Stationery, Canned Louisville 'limes takes us to task old truism that everything earthly must the man and he will likely make a clean Mr. Mitchel King, who haa been very Meats nnd l'ruits, and n complolo lino of Cigars nnd Tobaccos. Well this 18 The ill with pneumonia, is now improving. lor cur little paragraph in regard to the come to an end, until to our infinite delight confession. oniy n hint of what wo have. 3toard of Equalization and saye: "The we saw tacked to "Wylllard'e Weird,"a sto- A Washington telegram gives the Col. Wm. Duke, who has been quite ill for Bolioving that wo can tnako it to your interest, we confidently nsk an ex- law Bhould be given a fair test something ry that has been running in the Louisville Mexican Mission to Ex Gov. Hubbard, cf several weeks, is again able to be on the amination of our goods anp your patronago, it feu not yet had before it is condemned. limes for many weary weeks and months, Texas, and the office of Commissioner of street. Dr. D. C. Tucker, of Marion counRespectfully, Cirri-ga- n law "to be concluded in our next." And now Agriculture to TAYLOR BROS. .In Illinois, where exactly the same Williams, of ty, was in town Sunday. Mr. J. R. Haggard bill being a close if the Owenaboro Jducngcr will kindly let Kentucky. Friday and Saturday. was in Lexington prevails, the 1 copy, the Board of Equalization gives gen- up on "Lodz Powers," our happiness will be Mrs E. W. Lee Is in Louisville visiting her Pulaski is the county which drew Messrs. An23 as its allowance for the sister, Mrs. Ben. Atchi'on eral eatiffaction. A peculiarity of the supreme. These stories are no doubt very law h that, with each recurring year, its good, but there can be even too much of a support of thirty-fou- r idiots. It is one of drew Whitley and W. D. Moore are in For Coal or good thing. jBpention becomes less burdensome to the foremost republican counties in this Mason county, Texas and are preparing and assessments are insensibly regfor an overland trip to Colorado. Mr. and Yeoman. CArr. Punch says he did not go to Ash- State. Thlt Kings li Extra Hcary mil ! mt'lvnf tho rrr IhxI .TunltU Cht. ulated and equalized. The limes was the land to trump up clews to save Nea), but Postmaster General Vilas his been Mrs. Thos. E. Tutt, of St Louis, who haye owl Inn. !! rid lop and liont. oaly paper in Kentucky which investigated to learn the truth. He has learned it and invited by the Chancellor and students, been here visiting Mrs, A. Rodes, Mrs. with Kollre Wrought Iron Holy ami Warming en Mc. Creary, to deliver the TultV mother, left for home Sunday even- 0f n. lenetb uf Of extendi umlrr the work of the boaid at its first session in returned to Mt. Sterling fully convinced through lUog. Automatic rntire ' this State, and, while results were not annual address before the Central Universi- ing. They came and went in a special car Ottti Hbrif Stcllooil Kirn Lining XjnPVMHkiV liV 'aLH that he is guilty of the heinous offenses jpw and CutCrntcrt. Nlckl nimopUto, belonging to the W. St. L. A P. railroad. knolif iDtl Mug plni. AdJutUMa wholly satisfactory, enough was seen to with which he is charged. Wonder if the ty, in Kentucky, next June. linprorr-wrn-li. person that there silly people of that town will now agree to convince a There are four republican colored Mr. W. M. Graham, of Sumpter.S. C, was Id ihflf and til r Can Ixi arrangtU with Heater fjr BacaaLV office holding is good in the law if properlv adminis- let him hang. Bruce, Reg- here all taut week buying horses for ship meu hot and coM waur. HaaaVaVfl ijtfiktijVvY iaaaa tered." ister of the Treasury; Djuglass, Recorder ment home. Mr. and Mrs John C. Fox, Waif r Ilox or Ucittr extra. Ex Gov. James II. Berry was elected Va., who have been visiting of deed', Washington; Lingstun, Minister of Roanoke, BrKAKiNci of Mr. Miller's appointment to the U. S Senate from Arkansas to suctheir Kon, Mr. E If. For, left for home na Commissioner of Internal Revenue, the ceed Secretary Garland, on the fifth ballot. to Hiyti, and Smith, minister to Liberia. H. HIGGINS, Thursday. Mr. J. J. Argo, of Colorado, is W. W Dafee has entered suit at Glasgow Times sensibly says. "Barring He was a Confederate soldier and unlike rVm M. Argo, Ala , against the Western Union here visiting his brother, fil'KUAL. AUI.KT, Mr. Thompson being a Kentuckian, this is Senator Hampton, got hi leg shot oil durA D. Institute. " --. should be. Mr. Thompson is known ing the war. He didn't wait till after- Telegraph Company for $10,000 damages Superintendent of the D. aa it jjc.-Heiirrr Stanford, - Kentucky. delaying four days a telegram from At Nathan Woodcock parsed through town for m the attorney of the whisky interests. wards to get it maihed off by a mule. lanta announcing the death of his mother. Saturday and was not at all dead. His friendship for it is undisguised and Brother Metcalf was so overjoyed at United States Marshal Hughes, of the and was the principal lever naqualified, GARRARD COUNTY OEPAR7MENT. in prizing him for the Commissioner's the appointment of Judge Durham that he Richmond (Va.) district, has been missing ned Lancaster. ofice. No man should be at the head of a brought out his cock in the last issue of from his home for over a week. An inThe circus is coming to town. Sells tool of hie office. his paper and made it crow loud and lusti- vestigation of the books of bis office shows department who is the Bros, will show here Tueday April 2Sth. for the man who deserves all the good an apparent shortage of from $4 000 to Mr. Miller probably doesn't know a still-hou- ly M. D. Hugbei is the champion rifle things he gets in this world. y from a stable, bnt he is quite as like-lJohn Bell, of Fleming county, a drum- shot. He won the gun that was ofletcd as to a Air. Thompson to give strict justice The Prohibitionists met in Louisville mer for a New York cigar store, wm run a prizs for the best score made. DKxLBat I and after adopting a string of resolutions over by an engine on the Kentucky Centie whisky ring and that is wbat the R. H. Tomlinson is announced as a Tax payers are tired of in- nominated Judge F. T. Fox for State Treas- tral railroad, near Wrighl'rf, in Bourbon democratic candldato to represent Oarraid Drugs, Books, Stationery and digencies to this monopoly." urer. They evidently want to get at the county. He had been on a big spree aud county in the lower house cf the next leg- Fancy Articles. but Dick Tate Mature. Befxrriko to our article statins that ducats,or two about that.will show them a had wandered off. Ex Commissioner of Internal Revenue It will not be any new to Lancutor Phjtlelani' priacrlptloot accurately tompoundrd. lincoln county bad had but seven county thing Evans, on turning over his office, sent the people nor of any interest to any one eh?e, 105 years, the Harrodsburg Democlerics in NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Secretary of the Treasury a letter showing but it is a deplorable fact nevertheless that crat given the facts about its own county Gen. Grant's daughter, Mrj. Nellie that he hud reduced the expenses ol the there is a butter famine in our market jutt ad adds: "It will thus be seen that the Grant Sartoris, arrived Saturday on the office $ 100,000 a year and that he left it at this time. The Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, office of county clerk of Mercer county steamer Baltic from Liverpool. Bills have been posted here announc with accounts perfectly balanced and Jewelry and Silverware baa been held by the Allen family for 100 John C. Atkins, of the coming Tuesday eTenlng of Kersey's In round numbers on band. rears being filled by three individuals with bought thlitnaraM rlm Lower Tennessee, has been selected for the impor Jos. E. McDonald was Combination, a dramatic troupe from Crab Ever Lownt. toWatchM, dock and Jewelry than U the the exception of four years; also the office And-ley'- s tant post of Indian Commissioner. paired on aboit notice and Warranted. Friday formally tendered the mission to Orchard. They will present "Lady of circuit clerk has been held by three McDonald has assured the Russia. The tender was made by SecretaSecret" with a minstrel afterpiece. of the same family for the same President that he desired nothing in the ry of State Bayard, with the full sanction of Died, at the residence of her daughter, length of time, with the exception of one II. C. BRIGHT. COR RAN. F. way of office or political prefer ent. the President. Mr. McDonald declined Mrs. Jno. W. Dann, Friday evening, Mrs. teem of 21 years." We did not expect to The Farmers National Btak at Rich- the high honor with thanks. At present Susan Salter in the G9th year of her age, beat Mercer'a record. Her reputation for ng is too well mond has had its charter extended to 1905, he has business engagements in this country She was the widow of the late John Salter and its twenty year limit having just expired. which require his personal attention. and a worthy, christian lady. After a established for that. The 8enate will adjourn of toThe determination of the new Admin- funeral sermon at the Christian church by Kkhtucky democrats do not seem to be morrow, as the preside t. haa- - notified the istration to conduct all the departments of the Rev. Jesre Walden her remains were twriag tbeir shirts and making war on the body that he will have Be fat fewicesa the Government as business institutions, inteired in our cemetery Sunday morning. Utration becaose of its failure to for It. A Miss Effie PotU, of Richmond, is visinstead of asylums for people who can not -IN- ce Thompson the Commissioner of the Porter, of Tenoatsee, has take care of themselves in politics or busi- iting Mrs. IT. C. Potts. Mr. J. P. Sandifer Revenue aanach aa was predicted. been appointed assistant Secretary of State laUn ness, is shocking the organs of the old or- has returned from LontiviUe. Rev. W. I. T anxiety, says tbe Covington Common--kmK- and W. k. J. Sparks, of Illinois, Commls- - der jo! things. They are swearing and Fowle hat gone to Lexineton for a brief seems to have been confined to a few sioner of the Lind Office. kicking at a great rate, but the new boom viit. Mr. E. C. Walton was doing the CmfreesHien ad tbrpeepleauimpre likeThe President will probably send in continues the good work. Louisville. correct thing for the Interior Journal ly e approve than to condemn the failure the name of Hon. Phil. B. Thompson Mon- Times. hire Monday. Hon. M. J. Durham has te appoint. The Oweaws can't see that day or Tuesday for Solicitor of the Treaa-ui- y. he Court of Appeals declares that many friends in this county who were IfcjBpeon baa dose ything for which he Louisville Commercial. peddlers of wares and merchandise, regard- highly gratified to see him'appointed First beekl be honored b the administration Miss Evenetta Magoffin, of Harrods-less of citizenship, must take out a State Controller of the Treasury. AM and tho Clin-te- a burg, Ky., cbere all other Kentuxkiana a niece of Gov. Beriah Magof- license. The amount of the license is John Smith, a colored roan employed protests aint hU appoint- fin, deceaied, has been appointed to a Democrat $100for theStateat-ltrg- e or 65 cent for by Mr. Geo. R. Beazley to guard his coal ment to any official position. in the public printing offise. each 100 voters when only one or more yard, fired two shots at Henry Ellmore, al -- At Tbs Frankfort Yeoman, which wae night Mt. Washington. N. H. Friday counties are asked for. Peddlers of tin so colored, Wednesday night while the lata terriffic storm raged. A west wind ware, stoneware, tar, turpentine, lampblack ter was trying to steal a sack of coal from which tried atueng the number of papers Cleveland into appointing prevailed, and had a velocity of 100 to agricultural implements, sewing machines the yard. Ellmore returned the fire, with, to bally Mr. CONSISTING OF 140 miles an hour. Mercury 48 below and portable mills are exempt. Thompson Commissioner, by saying that out effect however, but finally dropped his zero. pistol and sack of coal and took to his At the annual meeting of the ChesauBleaahe did his action would bo against The Ohio Legislature adopted a joint peake & Ohio Railway Company held at heels. A warrant wa irsued for his arrest wriff reform and in favor of protection, resolution for the submission of the con- Richmond, Va.. now wiggles out of it by aaying the the following directors but the marshal failed to find him. Petty Clip-pehad no such slgnifbince and stitutional amendment to change the time were elected. C. P. Huntington, C A. thieving is becoming quite common here of the State election from October to No- Low, A. S. lays the whole matter on Mr. Hendricks. Hatch, Ellas S. Higgins, John and needs suppressing in some manner. Castree, Isaac E. Gates, G. E Orr, Ezra Doubtless a few well laid on lashes at the Well we suppose that Thomas can stand it vember. It is settled that Hubert O. Thompson Wheeler, E. T. Tournier, all of New York; whipping-pos- t would be the proper caper ven if he has a sore toe. will be selected as Collector of the Port of Williams C. Wickham and John Echols, of for such offenders as the above. mob bung one of their own New York, and that Mr. Pearson will reA colored AT ALL TIMES A FULL LINE OF Virginia. At ten o'clock this (Tuesday) morning The President's report shows race at Artesla, M'ibs., for the murder of main in control of the postoffice. Senator the grog earnings for the past year at the residence of Mr. Stephen Marrs, the ais wife, the other night, but before doing Pendleton will have a foreign mission, most that bride's father, Mr. Robert Kinnaird will be were $3,638,005; operating expenses, of the party requir probably Berlin. -- o oue ot the brethren Wag-on- s. over expenses, $1,075,884, married to Miss Ada B. Marrs by the Rev. ed every body to kneel down while he offer--- d The postoffice at Knox, Pa., is vacant a shrinkage from last year of over $230,000. W. O. Goodloe of the Preshytcrian church. nit up a fervent petition for the "po sad there is a placs for a good democrat. Immediately after the ceremony the happy what is about to vacuate bruddar, DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNIt. The postmaster was found to be Bhort in couple will leave for a trip to Cincinnati We rtcommtnd this plan to his accounts, whereupon he iheyeirtb." blew out his Jno, R. Hector and Susie G. Eirls ob- and other points. The bride is a daughter white mobs, for if such things muatbedone, official brains, This is a hint to all other tained license to marry Saturday and J. of a prominent merchant here and has a in decency and in ,t is best to do them rascals to turn themselves out. legion of friends who wish her great W. Edwards aod Lizzie O Fletcher. order. Death has again taken a hand In the Rev. Mr. Reid, a missionary to China Mr Kinnaird, or the "Msjor" as Col Lamint, President Cleveland's Senatorial gams which the IllinoU Legis for five years will lecture here on the U0(h he is better known, U the Teller in the Private Secretary, say. "If you will ex- - lature has been playing with so much in- Inst , on bis experiences In the Flowey National Bank of Lsncastar and a gentle mino Gov. Cloveland'H rocord at Albany, terest and obstinancy. The death of a Kingdom. man of tb'o higheit standing both in sccial the habit of democrat has cancelled the death of a retoo will Cod that be wan in Mrs. James KInniard gave a progres and business circles. for office." This publican, and a tie has been restored. lecling sive euchre party Ihursday which was atConsumption Cured. enso wj stand much more chance A detnociat, whose office has been de inr the tended by a number of her friends all of An old pbratclan, retired from practice, having this district layed ( beinjr made Collector for somewhere on the road, wants to whom enjoyed themselves very much. had placed In bli ban Ja by an Eait India nilulou-ar- y of the L-know if sending two or three old spavined nan cur friend Daws Hughes, tho formula of a tlmple vegetable remedy for Miss Lulie Brown Is very ill with vter.ZVM,andwewill Ve fifteen cants horses away from the White Home stables pneumonia at the home of her mother, the tpecdy and permanent cure of Coniumptlon, is President Cleveland's idea of cleaning Mrs. Mary Brown, on the Lancaster and Bronchltli, Catarrh, Aitbma and all Throat and ,r our chance. Who bid? Lung Atlectlona, also a potltlre nnd radical euro Cleve-- d out the Aueean stable. rLmiiavllle Sianfoid road. Miss Lulie is a bright, for Nerroui debility and all Neivoui Complaints, The Now York Sun, which fought a Times. lovable girl and her many friends hope ftr having teated Ita wonderful curatlre powera with more bitterness even than In thoiuandiofcnies, hat felt It hi duty to make Young Cluverius, an attorney, of King for her early recovery. since that gentlemna above goods have been bought very Low and All piper, has, it known to hi auflerlng fellows. Actuated, by . 1 ViparlllT into and Queen county, Va , is in -jail at RichMr. A. Q. Karsener, of Fayette, who this motive and a deelre to relieve human aufler, ecame tno rising emr, mond for the mysterious murder of Fannie haB been here for about a week, left for lng, I will tend free of cbarce, to all who deilre will be sold the smallest possible marign. We reimupport. Tne frequent changes of this LiJIJaa Mtdison, whose body was found in home Sunday. While here he made ele it, thli recii, In German, French or Engllab, W0lld. ..minarr geel h tiling. Mr. the Richmond res.'ryoir. He is well relat gant improvements to his real estate on the with full dlrectlpna for preparing and naming .Sents spectfully ask an inspection and invite competition, Prices hjUw than its present misnomea and th by addfettlng with atamp, ed, a ladles' favorite, and says he cvn prove 8. W. corner of Main and l'.h streets. by mallW. rarer. A. Novei. 119 Powers Block. Kochci- - and goods guaranteed, OanaBloulil cnMjre ita name to that at an alibi.' . BRIGHT & OURRAN, . . Lpok and see If you don't believe it, , ter.N.Y. iml -- Nkw converts of the whipping post bill are being beard from all over the State and the issue is sure to be made before the next The Louisville Democrat Legislature. sensibly says: "It is certain that economy would be promoted by a law that should judiciously provido whipping either for all crimes, or for all crimes of a certain grade or class. It would greatly lessen the cost of criminal prosecutions and le?sen tho number of acta of crime. It would result in economy in many a home, too. Many an Idle fellow would go to work; many a brutish husband would sober up and become industrious if tho whipping post stood right in tho face of the wife beater. Seen items as the following must harrow up the soul of Murat Halstead, who has been raving for months because as he alleges the government has been turned over to the rebels of the Confederate States: It. E. Lee Camp, Confederate Veterans, at Richmond, Va., adopted a preamble and resolution tendering Gen. Grant heartfelt sympathies in his severe aflliction, and a hope he may, by the aid of Dinive Providence, eoon bo permitted to regain his health and to pass bis remaining years in peace and happiness Tlie New Groceries and Hardware House of I A iL OR BROS. 3E3CT3STOrla7,Ill,3CE3. X-5.-S-T. Vice-Prwl.le- Our Hardware and Pocket Cutlery $1,-10- semi-annu- THE LION WROUGHT IRON RANGE, Wool tax-paye- cx-Go- fair-minde- mo-Jrr- p9Hfllfll2jH first-clas- s a ualiBil W. Peoay m W&B&tm PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS- se $5,-00- 0. -- $57,-000,0- ISravPfe J. office-seekin- g office-holdi- to-d- BRIGHT r & CURRAN, Ex-Go- v. DEALERS Groceries, Hardware, Queensware FARMING -- po-siti- IMPLEMENTS. Furst and Bradley Sulky Plows, South Bend and Hamilton Turning Plows. r mia-'ortu- hap-pinec- Mitchell and "Old Hickory" Our Carriage department will be full and complete with the best makes ol Carriages, Buggies, Surreys, Phaetons, Jayguar Wagons, Buckboards. a Wo also have a Large Lino of Walking and maing uuiirvaiors. boio Agents lor Walter A. Wood Harvesting Machines. the .- ....' .. - .- at ... .ii" Semt-Mcth- le The Methodist revival at Catlcttsburg nt closcJ with 100 additions to the army of March 24, 1885 Bright & Curran'n. Stanford, Ky., the Lord. Rev. II. F. Bristow'rt meeting at Cov Hixrv-Tjinnow oaih siibrlberii were l A N. LOCAL TIME CAHD. added to the Inteimor JoUKWAL's list last ington has closed with 72 accMflorw to the " week and notwithstanding the hard times Methodist Ctiureh,South. tJ Mali train going North- Wo urn re qucitcd to nntiounoe that Dr. Ere.;;,Mn.' n i'. Si the paper la hooraln.; tight along. J. W. Cox will preach nt tho Christian ii rorh, ....... ii i r a.m. The usual equinoctial Htorui oante this church next Sunday nt 11 o'clock. flioatxivn U elMiliitel n (tandsru tine. Solar ywr in the shape of the licivlm' enow of Rev. ii. II. Cox will preach at Sit, atrjut JOiilniiHrlr Imal the soasnn, Saturday night, and by tho next Xsnla Saturday and Sunday nights next LOCAL NOTICES. morning tho murcury was uncomfortably and atSIcL'ormack's Sunday at 11 A, M. closo to zero. Yesterday was a bright day, Two hundred and forty-nin- e persons lhiY tour school books from Penny & however, and it is hoped that the sun hav- have joined the church at Sardis and McAlister. LANimrnn'H Garden Ked, fresh and gen- ing gotten on our side of the equator, will Slason county, Ky., the past two uine at 1'enny & McA lister's. hereafter assert his supremacy over the at weeks. Watuicb and Jewelry repaired on short mosphere. Rev. II. Allen Tupper baptized twenty notice and warranted by Penny & McAlls-ter- . penona at the Broadway Baptist church SIore Quoits. While two young men HALLS GAP. LINCOLN COUNTY. A complete stock of Jewelry, latent of this place were driving out to Sir. Lew- Sunday, and received several candidates for stylo. Kockford watches a specialty. Pen-n- y is Dudderar' to an entertainment the o til- bapticui. Hurrah fjr Bright and the whipping-pos- t. & McAliiter. President Cleveland has rented a pew er night, thoy discovered in the road a Foil couch, colds, Ac, use Couin. Syrup in the fitnt Presbyterian church, of which Everybody will give spring a hearty of W He Pirn, in 25 and 50c bottles, Pre strange looking white object between the Rev. Dr. Sunderland, formerly ChBpiain of welcome as it has been the hardest winter " size of a sheep and a calf, which stood upMcUiberU & Btagg. paredby United Slate Senate, is pastor. that people have experienced here for some Farmeha, Read This. Go to Dr. M. on its hind feet and cut all sorts of caper). tbe Rev. J. SI. Bruce will preach nt length of time. L. HourneV drug store and get one package The young men, while not feeling the least Station next Thursday night and Elderd Sherron and Long have just of Aim A.Clark's Hog Remedy. If you bit comfortable in witnessing its performare nut satisfied after using it your money continue services till Sunday. The Rev. closed a protracted meeting at Sit. Sloriah, ance, were compelled to look on longer will be refunded. L. Smith will fill his pulpit hero next which resulted in three additions to the than they othrrrrise would have done had J. Sunday. church at that place. PERSONAL. imnot the ghost, or whatever it was, been Rev. A. Heath baptized 52 persons at Three of our energetic young men, mediately in front of them and the road too Mies Josik I!o8i.r.Y is visiting Mrs. R. Ihptiitt church last Thursday, who have been patronizing the La. Lottery, narrow to turn their buggy around. After making 125 baptisms during his great gosS.Ljlle. had their patience rewarded a few days V. C. Wiieiuiitt is visiting in a few moments' the strange object disapMr. pel meeting. Tho membership of this ago by the receipt of a big prize at the peared in the darkness. Courier-Journa- l. Versailles. church li oyrr 2,000 last drawing. D. Klass has gone East for bli Mr The Year Book for 18S5 gives the folRailroa. Meeting. A large and earnThe alternate freezing and thawing spring goods. est crowd gathered at the Court House yes- lowing Baptist statistics: Associations, during tbe past winter has almost comMrk. J. A. Caiipenteu is visiting rel- - terday afternoon, to meet Col. E. Zimmerordained ministers, 10,078; churche, pletely ruined the wheat crop in this part ative near Prlcsville. by of the county. Slany of the farmers are man, the president of the Chesapeake A 28,509; additions by baptism, 135.7-10- ; Slits Lizzie Cozatt, of Parksvllle, Is Nashville R. R , for a mutual exchange of letter, 00,200; by experience, 9,336; by resplowing up their wheat lands and will put visiting Sirs. SI. G. Neviu. views. Sir. D. W. Vandeveer wai called toration, 18,103; diminutions (by letter, in corn and oats. Some cropr, however, Mips Hattie FrusiiiE, of Klrksville, to the chair and W. P. Walton was on mo- exclusion, erasure and death), 130,385; to- have not been injured very badly, but as a was here Saturday returning from a visit to tion made Secretary. Col. Zimmerman ad tal of members, 2,507,753; incease, 93,000. rule they are few and far between. Louisvlllo dressed the meeting by request. He stated Sir. Alfred Surber's numerous friends 15. LAND. STOCK AND CROP Mrs S. 8. SIcRoderts and Sir. W. that the various surveys had now been are glad to see him and his family back McKoberts hare gone to visit Sirs. Judge made and that in 30 days the final location Cedar posts for sale Jos. Billon. here again. He has moved into the house Sluir at Louisville, who is said to be quite would be settled. Nashville and the counties Twenty-fiv- e barrels of corn for sale for near the church, and is engaged at present ill. in building a grist mill opposite Sir. J. M. Col E. Zimmerman, President of the South of us have been as liberal as the cash. W.W.Hays. Wheat closed at Chicago Saturday at Slartln's. Jilrs. Wilson, of Danville, and C A X Railroad, and Capt. J. C. Rode-inr- company could ask, in fact they have met Mrs. Sielnbergen, of Junction City, were a prominent contractor, of Oallttin, every proKsition promptly, taking bonds, 79 for Slay delivery. croM-tiee- , Ac. Dan giving right S W. (livens A Son bought of Stroth-c- r here last weeK visiting their father, Sir. T. t the Myers House. Tenn., are Yeager 5 long yearling cattle at $35. D Hill. Slisi Lizzie Kirk, is visiting Mimri. a A. Warren, Peter Ham ville and the people along the Cumberland Jai-oand Ohio track are working hard to secure Walker has nold 11 mules at friends at Rowland. ten and J. A. Carpenter ent up to LonRichmond Rczis don Saturday to assist in reorganizing tbe the road and have made liberal proposi S120rrn$!25 per head. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. Lincoln has made no effort and ter. OJd Fellows Lodge there. There were sev- tions V Uo.. Chicago cattle men, Armour Land Is incieaii g In value very rapid wlille be was not Here to submit any pro eral initiations. English order for 70,000 cattle for ly in tiia section, especially where there is position, he hoped the jveople would ap- have an LOCAL MATTERS. a ro'sibility o a negotiation for "right of preciate the importance of securing the use in Ejypt. Ware A Robinson sold to Sydney way." road and be as liberal as possible. Col. W. HriUNc. calicoes at Kobe. S. Lytle's Ojr town rejoices in the possession of cattle G. Welch made a very fine presentation of Slofiett 30 head of 2 and 3 year-old a baker and a butcher. Odr bread and To arrive to day, 1 car of choice while advantages of securing the road and show- at $30 and bought of David Allen .17 head meat, therefore are assured if we never get eed oals. Bright A Curran. ed that it .would prove a paying invest- at $23 50. Jas Lojan sold his tobacci crop at a railroad. The sun has been so thoroughly deGarden Seed, Onion Set and Seed Po- ment instead of a tax on the people. He home at an average of 8 cent p;r pound . therefore moved that the sense of tbe meet Warren A Metcalf's. tatoes at moralized since the recent eclipse that it .. f ing be taken ai to whether the county The crop made 1,900 pounds to the acre. has not had life enough to cut a single I will hang paper for 10 cents a bolt on fNicholaaville Journal-Courier- . should buy for the road the several days. T. J. Ibiley. wall and 15s on the shine for show Statistical calculations through it and the necessary depot grounds, The Cooking Club folded its mantle boy put in an ap. providing the road is built to Richmond wheat crop of Virginia to be about 30 per and died with dignity last Friday night. A lOWTEEN-roHM- U W. Liiley's Sunday night. Junction. W. H, Sillier advocated the cent, less than that of last vear. This The closing services were rendered bright pearancc at J. proposition in an earnest speech followed shortage Is due to the extreme cold weath- and happy under the auspices of Slisses Ida er. A gooJ many West Had people were at by Dr. Hawkins Brown, John O. Neal and The Harrodeburg Demoarat reports the and Lizzie Twidwell. It was, as I underthe railroad meeting and showed tnush others and on the question being put it sale of a lot of yearling 'mules at $09.00 stand, an exceedingly pleasant association interest, " was carried unanimously. It wai then and some .ii olds at $70. II. C. Wil and aflorded abundant recreation to memea of land J W. SIcALwrER sold 271 moved that a committee be appointed to liams A Co., bought 2500 bushels of wheat bers and guests. IU meetings will be sear the Junction to W. H. Dudderar at draft the petition to the county court and of a Cincinnati firm to be delivered in missed by our young people until they find i 100 per acre. secure the number of signers required by Harrodsburg at 92 cents. a substitute. I understand tbe ladies of the PresbySeed PoTATors. X. Y. Eirly Rose, the act of Legislature. This was carried Lancaster Court. About 100 cattle Purbank, Peerless and "Reauty of Hebron" and tbe Chair appointed for the Stanford on market; most of them sold at terian church have formed an organizaprecinct, II. 8. Withers, W. G. Welch and price at Bright A Curran s. No tion known as the Slinisterial Aid Society. ranging from 4 to 5 cts. W. II. Miller; Turnersvilie, J. O. Neal; mules offered. A few plug horses brought I don't know precisely how it will operate, A new stock of Hamburg and Cotton Hustonville, Dr. H. Brown; Walnut Fiat, from $40 to $00. Good crowd In attend but as their present minister is young and Edging, white goods and lace curtains just J.S Owsley; Crab Orchard, W. O. Hans- ance. P. P. Nunnelley sold to Wsde unmarried, I predict for the society a nu Lytle's. cpened at Robl. 8. ford; Highland, Jss. D. Bastin; Waynes-burdo your premesi Walker, of Garrard, 23 head scrub heifers merous memuersnip. The firm of Williams A Ramsey hn L. Q. Gooch. Then on a motion of at $19. ladtes; aid and comfort to an enemy is treabeen dissolved, Mr. Rimsey will continue Sir. Stiller a committee was appointed to The Chicago Lrttden" GazeUc says that son, but for the sake of a preacher is highthe butcher business at tbe old stand. the probable cost of the the stock yards of that city all descrip- ly commendable. in ascertain for either of the lines via Hustonville tions of live stock are cheaper than one The man who predicted a mild winter The report published in Uie Louisville Woodcock, ihe popular from the Casey line and report to a public year ago. The difference in cattle amounts has not been seen for several days. He is limts that 2. II in understood to be reconstructing bis tables drummer, had dropped dead was of course meeting to bo held at the Court House. to 50 to 753, in hogs to $22.50 and names of those appointed are II. 8. beep $1.50 to $1.75 per 100 pounds. Hogs and will supply in the form of history the untrue. Sir. Woodcock was here that day The O. art better and cattle and sheep are poorer omissions and errors of his chapter of and never looked m little like a dead man. Withers. F. Reid, W. II. Sillier, John Neal, A. D. Root, Dr. 8. Q. Hocker, W. R to the season than is usual. prophecy. One thing is certain, when he To the ProrLr ok the West End. I Williams, Dr. H. Brown and Dr. Edward does come out he will present a triumph HORSEMEN AND HORSES. have fitted up an undertaker's establish Alcorn. The meeting then adjourned. ant vindication. It can't be expected that Hustonville and with a nice hearse Oar people are fully alive to the impor ment at By a tancitr. amid the agonies of a dying dynasty and and a fall line of handsome caskets am tanceof securing the road and we have not Hughes A Cathcart have secured the the birth-tbroe- s of a new administration prepared to servo the public. B. K. Wear- - a doubt that when the proposition is pooling priyilege at Latonia for '85 at a in our own country; the disaffection in in brought t& a vote it will be carried by a cost of $34,800. Egypt; the snarlings of the Russian bear A 0J roriHD bass, the largest ever wen large majority. Sir. Corrigan's horses appear to not against the British lion and the growing in Stanford, wu sent to Mr. A. 8. Sly era be doing well as be has declared several imbroglios in Central America, the weather MARRIAGES, by Mr. Joe F.Sutton, keeper of a hotel at out of valuable stakes. can pursue the even tenor of Its way acH. P. Watts, a youth of 20, and Sarah Uncle Sid says "Joe . a Williamsburg. Cautious backers of Favor for the cording to precedent made and provided. mighty clever man aod a capital one to C, a little miss of 16, were married at Sirs. Kentucky Derby will entertain a Doubt Mry Walls, Saturday. in placing their spare rhange. s'.op with when you go SETT AnTKUTIAKaEKTh. -- SIlss Llille Muir, daughter of Judge St. Martin is of royal blood. To his By showing a little liberality we can Sluir, of Louisville, and well known here, family belong the four kings, King Lear, the Chesapeake A Xahyllle railroad. Is to marry Sir. Alle Semple next month. King John, King Tom ana King Henry Capt. Spradlln, we know, favors us, other a strong band to hold. DEATHS. things bfing equal and Col. Z mmerman Mr. A. Smith McCann, of Lexington, would rather see it come this way. We Died nt his home in this county at an has sold to a Boston, Slaes., party the an opportunity pass. must not let so great STANFORD, KY., early bour Sunday morning, Col. Thomas Bessie Wilks, by Red Wilkes, has been P. Grimes, in the 75th year of his age. dam by Almont, for $900. Rrreent tbe Best and moit Prompt-Fayln- g Olve hiCom- a Very little of general Interest m Pinlti aod hit rate are very low. J call. .inn In in Circuit Court since our last is Col. Grimes had ben in feeble health for a Every thoroughbred mare with a number of years, but was not confined to cross Is In demand and sue. A number of civil caa have been deposed of, but only one or twb unimportant his bed. Saturday he walked around as meets a ready salo at good figures as does , Commonwealth's cases have been tried. usual and that night eat up till 10 o'clock-- any staple at its common worth. my am daily The case of Dolph Bailey for the murder so interested was he in the reading of the Sumner county, Tenn., claims the I II have received andMillinery adding tolateitatock and of tbe a Splendid Line of of Howard Dudley set for yesterday, was newspapers by bis son Will. After retiring honor of preducing Luke Blackburn, Lord mor.1 stylish gcods, which I Invite the ladles to of the term and he slept eoundly till about day Sunday, Slurphy and Arizona, the first and last call and examine at my store on Lancaster street, continhed to the 25th day confident that I can give entire satlitacllon. Department Is attached and A that against Bash and others for horse when he complained of being cold and named made it an honor worth claiming. resided over Iit competent ladle. asked his wife to pull the coyer closer stealing till to day. fine colt, Jim Quest, a Sir. Cottrell's oianiuru, nj. 1 m around him. She did so and he still said The Chesapeake A Nashville. Capt. ho was chilly and that a sharp pain was in prominent condidate for Derby honors has JUDGMENT SALE crippled himself by hanging his foot under W. H. Spradlln and his aeslstant engineers, his breast. Sirs. Grimes then called for his stable sill and it is feared sustained seMeesrs. Frank Mathews, R. L. Williams, who came and noticing the whtez rious injury. W. B. Crenshaw, F. L. Day, J. W. Baker, her son, Kentucky supports tha two safest, best M. Rogan, arrived ing sound with his breathing, lifted his -- ACA. E. Rascoe and John night, having walked father into a sitting position, when he appointed and best managed race courses Saturday LINCOLN CIRCUIT COUKT. here gasped a few times and fell over dead. Col. in the United States, one at Louisville, the DAVIS, MALLOUV A CO. through from Nashville, locating a line to the Cheiapeake A Grlinea was a Georglau by birth and a other at Codington. B. G. Bruce is SecreJ V. M. HOWARD, AC. connect that city with Oct. 1, and high toned, hoaorable gentleman, a very tary of tho former and E. D. Lawrence the Br virtue of an order of tho Lincoln Circuit Ct. Ohio syslem. They undersigned Hecelver will In Ibe above cause, the Chesterfield in manners and a moat enterEACU WEKK, SATURDAY have made a tLorough survey of the counGreen Slorrls bought of F. B. Harper lines. Capt. taining conversationalist. He married a try, finding teveral practical Saturday, Feb. 7th, Beginning of Hon. G. A. Lackey and she with 3 colts for $18,000 to win the Derby of '85 Spradlln tells us that all the right of way, sister ending Saturday, March 28, 183J. commync-lnia- t five children, S.erling T. Grimei, of t'uero, with one of them, and afterwards deemed And 10 o'clock A.M. promptly each day. tell at aud other material besides the cross-tieCASH, to Texas; Joe 8. Grimes, of Elizabethtown it best to make another purchase and in publicaauctionfrebthe hlgheit bidder lor of and well aelected itock large, in many Instances have been secured from will have to buy only, P. Grimes and Silases Pauline and order to secure the prize Goods, Qrocerioa, Clothing, Boots Nashville to the Lincoln line, which ia a and W. yet bought the Dry itself. From Hustonville here Kate Grimes, of this county, survive him. still another, as he has not big thing in and Shoes, Eats, Notions, Ac, the children were abeent at the winner. of W. M. Howard in Crab At the brick store-roohefindsallne of very easy grades which Three of A eplendid opportunity Ii offered Slai B, O. Thomas' catalogue of hie Orchard, Ky.purchawgoodiat nominal price. ia a mile time of his death, SIlss Kate, being in every ono to caa be built very cheaply, but it will also bo lept open each day Tlio store-rooKansas City on a yislt, but Sir. Joe Grimes annual sale of vearllnes is the hondsomest or more longer thon he would like and he tbe weekly Saturday auction! and goodi Sunday night. lhe remains wero of its kind. SIhj. T. was a fine soldier, an bettnparchawn lor wsu ai iueir kimiwiww arrived sold to will make an attempt this week to reduce followed to Buffalo Sprincs Cemetery by a excellent sheriff and ia a most successful ..1. con without The corps is composed of as nice a tct WEicn it. 111 n.nn m.UlilMl hV lCCOUnt tO W. M II long procession of friends and at 3 v. M breeder. Hszsn, Himyar, Hatef and a with of gentleman as can be found anywhere will ave cota by settling at once Orch-Myesterday were consigned to the tomb after host of other good ones were bred and Ho ward In Crab W.O. Hamfordattheatore-bom- e and our citizens should, and doubtless will, W. U. W. ll6-te, ; .. a short service by Rev. A. 8. Slofiett. raised by him. extend them every courtesy in their power. Jnttriorjonmal I'triiK Ilome-niad- e Bright A Curran'ri. maplo. iu oyrup at RELIGIOUS. eloped. Gaiidrn EE seeds bulk or papers m . Hrri Slur-physvi- lle, The Now Orleans winter meeting, just wa a decided failure, owing to the lack of patronage, caused by the corruption of a small flock of gamblers and some of tin jockeys. E.D.Lawrence and Ed. Gardner nitcceeded finally in ruling them oil for life, but too late to make the meeting a success. The Texas stablra are reported strong. Texas is developing prominence as a homo of the thoroughbred, and we are glad 'tis so. Her horsemen are, like all true lovers of the horse everywhere, deservedly popu lar. They were her cattlemen who demanded such a slice of the West of Congress for a csw.path that made one reflect that sure enough, the United States was annexed to Texas, instead of Texas to the Uoited Stales. ILnadics- and. - Ohildren's Eu-ban- Fifth-avenu- e 8; The fact that we have sold more Ladies' and Children's fine Shoes since January 1st than ever before for the same period is convincing that Bennett & Barnard and Williams & Hoyt made a line of goods in style, fit and fineness second to none in the market. We Have Received Our Spring Goods 111 r, French Cnracoa and Kangaroo Kids in the New Flexible Sole that is now the most popular Shoe in the world for solid comfort. Come while sizes are complete. m ii -- right-of-wa- BRUCE & M'ROBERTS. New York Early Rose, Burbaiik, g, right-of-wa- y Beauty of Hebron, Peerless Seed Irish Pota- toes k 4, ; FIRE INSURANCE. 12-'- and Onion Sets, HIillinegy ! at T. R. Walton's Drtss-Makl- 3-- Dry Goods, Clothing, Corner Mian X s and '.y - ""' -- t ' m Somerset Streets;, MdUbl JVMrr ,.... ot i..: V NA' i....! ".. if , dJfMf' VT J. 'Mi y k. iwI rather Who l runny when Thoy Ilava Company. Will Nye Stanford, Ky., March 24, 1S85 IRVING'S BARBER HE PROFESSES TO WHAT TELLS KNOW ABOUT THE NOTED ACTOR. Tlio Cumo Sec no In "Illcliellcti" In linltitlluu or Itootli A Very runny Kx- tiroMloii I'alntliiB tho Tiiitii - ItcilItnnil writing. Frod D. Mmaej- - In Commercial Oisetto. As I sat a dny or two ilnce In n chair in the barber shop of tho Grand 1'aciflc hotal iu Chicago, tho particular harbor who was pay- -' lnff attention t3 my ca3 gavo mo an ontor talnment that wai exceedingly enjoyable. Ho Is tho man that decs Honry Irvine's sharing, nncTis duly proud of tho fact. lie has but ono oyo nnd a limber tongue, but he can turn tho torturo of a sharo into n pleasure, bo shnrp aro his razors, so gontlo bU touch. Said ho: "1'vo just coma down from shaving Irving, and I worked him for two Ono of 'em has a mat) to It, and I razors. He has moro'n must work him for that. fifty of 'oin. I toll you, ho ij a daisy," said tlio cyclopoan tentorial artist, at ho rounded up tho port sido of my chin, and began drodging under tho leo of my mustach?, whilo us gently elevated the poli-- t of my nasal protuberancj with the thumb and of his left band. Yes, I till you he is a daisy, an! I am jmt 'ns familiar w ith him as though I'd known liim forty yoars. Ho just talks with mo and somehow he soems to try to keep mo talk- ton-fln;?er "Children nnd ftxils tell tho truth," I bavo 6eanl, nnd certainly children have a faculty it working tho truth In nt tho wrong time. Truth is a good thing in its place. But tho front barm comes from using it at an inopportune time. I am the only and original father of ono of the class of children who aro loquacious nnd truthful in a way that makes the parent heart bleed sometimes. If this little incident did not happen to mako mo its victim I would scorn to tell it, for peoplo ought not to make themselves or their children too conspicuously smart in print. Quests were invited to dinner, and while in my Iwronlal hall tho welkin rang and tho ld linked bean was pas3d around amid joy-Mlaughter, nnd witty remarks rnng out on the warm nir whilo gorgeous flagons nnd glittering cut glass und silver of a neighbor shono resplendent beneath tho mellow light of the chandelier and candelabra, tho humblo writer of these lines, as tho host, would ever aud anon nuke a brilliant remark, which would be received with wild and tumultuous applaue. A few weeks ngo, on nn occasion of this kind, a cousin of mine, a young lawyer connected with tho Omaha road, a young man of good parts, and whose business it is to stand between tho Omaha road and substantial justice, at so much a year ami traveling expenses, was present. is invention of pretty littlo spirit lamps, which aro qui to an adjunct to a haudsomo desk or writing tablo. In monograms, script is used, and thero is hn end to tho puzzling interlacing of letters. This simplo marking is in good tasto and recommended by all Urst-cladoalors. The stamp costs TS cents, and is nlso uod in scaling, rod and olive wax being again used. Thero aro scores of fancy doviccs nnd designs In lottor paper. Flocks of birds, domestic and wild, feathered creations of good nnd evil omen, scorpions, beetles, insects, reptiles and fish, herds of smnll cattlo, cats, tigtrs, canines, ferrets and sly littlo squirrels, and, indeed, almost ovcry animal in roology in somo shapo or form sooms to bo thrown on the market iu company with llowors, gardon vegetables, cherubs, angels, and a host of other creatures that belong to man's land. Clovcr-Ieavoheart's caso, bloeding-heartand sprigs of rosemary, myrtle, yow nnd weeping willow aro allowed to oruamout tin topes of papor dosignod and intended fw sentimental youths. Fashion in False llnlr. ss s, forget-mo-not- Exchnnge.l In sealing n loiter it is not fashtouablo to uso tho monogram. Tho revival of sealing-wahas lod to tho x Tho btntlouery norin. Look, Read and Remember rgiBaw1aaayrVgj m w A Clear Skin may have it ; at least, what looks like it. Magnolia Balm both freshens and beautifies. MAJ. F. is only a part of beauty; but it is a part. Every lady etlll on hand with a choice lino nf Cakei and I ltrmii. frcih at all times. Alto a Iresli Hue or uo T.flunf nil kln.li. I am alto nreparnl to and baklnj for cuttomert. All orders for Icing ornamenting executed at abort notice. ! 308 21 J. T. HARRIS J. T. HA It 1118' flgrr0UISVILLE-..e- mmj"LkZr' MWI' & yi j wj v jr a A mux TAnm NASHVILLE RB .bk. ) HaJii G-- . LouWyIIIo, 3Et. 1. HIGNEY Sen- Is a Cndl Jute to succeed himself In tho State ate, tut jret to the ictlou of tho Democracy. and Indlanapolij, Ind., dealers In St.lnway A Bona', Pecker A C. Fltcher, Vote A Bont', liaMwIn A llalnet'. J. Co.'s Cottage, Upright and Siuare riano also the Katey, eShonlnjer and Hamilton Organa. Inttrumonta sold at prices) and termi to ulP"r chatcra. Don't (rite your orders till you Kt our Danville, Ky. j.rict-- t and term , l'jat-ol&c- I. II. Baldwin Kt Cincinnati, p., KrauiKTS Water & THKORCAT Through Trunk Line Co., "'. 4r SHORTEST Wltliout Change and with Speed Unrivaled AND QUICKEST ROUTE FR0U LOUISV1LLI TO THE W. F. SlcCLAKY Is a nmJIlnte for re prosentitlto of Lincoln ty, subject to the action ot the democracy. coun- A.T Masonlaoimor's Restaurant OrrostiK Cocai-Houii- e WA? fart Without Cbangt. JOHN J. BRIGHT Is a Candidate for ReprwenUtiTo of Lincoln ty, subject to the action of the Democracy. coun- DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY, dellcaclea served in all etylea and notice. Look out for the tlgn "Woodbine Kcttau-ranand call when you are hungry. '. U MA80NUEIHKII Dtnvllle, Ky. on Mealaarexrvedat all noma. Oame alayaaim-liand band and in ita Beaton, oyatert fretb ntti, on thort t" SOUTH & WEST Itbout chaott to Hathville, Mtuphlt, Atlanta. Savannah. Jacktonvillt, Mobil., and Xtw Orltant, PUj.LMAN.CARS New York Sun!j JZ3SD I I imitated Irving and trivl to do the same thing, ani under my quest'oning, ray single-oglocapillary reaper informed mo that Mr. Irving will drink no Amoricau liquors and ho is a great gormandizer of fruit. Ho koops n big basket on his tablo of peart and apples, orangos, bmianis, pruuos, otc, and ii half tho timo eating some of them. "Ho drinks brandy," says the barber, u.inJ whila I was shaving him 01:0 day, a. caso of brandy and a dozen bjxos of cigars were brought in . which had just como from England. There ain't a bit of starch in him and we talk together just like old croniei Why, I'll tell you what ho did. He gave mj an imitation of Booth ono day right in the middle ofashavo. What d'yo think of that' There wasn't nobody thora but ma and the dog and Irving. I asked him how he liked llooth- - and ho said Booth was a great actor, ono of tho greatest in the wcrld. I'll give you an imitation of him.' And ho got right up with tho towels on nnd half bts facj in lather, nnd the other half shaved, and be give that piero where ho says that ho puts a ring around tho girl, and stumps aay of tbs whole caboodle of chumps to step injlda of it." "Was it the cuiso smiw in 'Rlc'aslieu' h gave youf I nsked. Well, I don't know about that. I never go much to tho theatre." "Was it somjthlng like this," said 1: u 'Round her form I draw the awful circle of our holy church,' or something of that sortl" "Yts, yos," was tha eager reply; "that's tho stutl ho gave me; that's tha stuff straight, just to no and tho dog. 1 toll yoa, ho did it to tho queon's taste, too, an I when ho sat down he said: 'No man can do tha but Booth. When I attempt it 1 feel ver.. humble, and I have concluded that tho Lett thing I can do is just t) imitate B m'a win i I come to that scone.' "I askod him if he liked Barrett, and he said: 'Oh, yes, Barrett U a fina actor Dot Booth, of course. He is not an actor of the first rank, nor even of the second, but ho ii a lino gentleman and my warm friend.' "Mo and Irving had a talk the other day," tho barber continued. "There was o lot of English cattle chumps in thu house, and I told Irving about 'em that thoy was Eng lish cattlo men, and were coming to soj him at night. " 'Cattle men,' said h, 'what Is a cattle man That is a funny expression, a very funny expression. "I told him they we Englishnnn berdla? cattle in Texas, and he said: 'Oh, that it what you mean by a cattle man. I didn't know but ft was something ha.lf man and half cow, you know,' and Mr. Irving laughed so ho nearly fell out of tho chair. Then he said the Englishmen of that class an apS to drink and get very rude. " 'Yes,' says I, 'they are red-ho- t rooiters, and after tho play is over they'll just more'n paint the town red.' "What will thoy dof say3 Mr. Irving, rolling up his big eyes. Paint tha tjwn rod! Why should thoy do thitf Ilai is a bja.tly color. I don't understand about painting the town red.' "Well, then I oxplainad about it. and ho kept talking about it, and said, 'What an ex traordinary exprojslon; wha; funny, very funny things you Americans say Paint the town red! Well, that is good; asplenitd Ybopiore I think of it tha hotter itseo::i'.' Ihen hj said tho Amaricjui wara it wonderfully soirathinj or otlnr peiplj, Idou't remembar tin word It was soim-thin- g like phlhworhleal." "Wasn't it metnphoncair I suggoited. "Yes, I gucM that was the word He told me that ho would give the world if he had the ihyiiqne of Booth. That's the way he proiintmcol it. but I supposj ho meant hviu. didn't ho Tlu! Englishmen have fun ly way of pronouncing thing," "irvinf smokes eight cigars a day anl givs m? n couple ever- - day. Ho calls h barter a shaver. I must play him for four seats night. I pipe the old mm oif whsn ho U in Bis humor, wliei 1 tackli hlin forpassjj. H given me an onl-for sdU in bU own writinj, and the d couldn't roil it. It leaks likonnink blot Uruck by lightning -d ins." The fall and winter stylos for ladios' hair dressing aro very becoming. Tho hair Is slightly waved and looped la graceful bows on tho top of tho head; tho figure 8 being tho favorite stylo for ordinary wear, a few light curls fringing tho napo of tho nock. Ladios who think it becoming may add n long wave, curled about two inches nt the ond, pinned iu tho center of tho back hair, falling gracefully over the shoulder so ns to be seen from tho front; another short, wavy curl, pinned over tho long curl, so that Uio end stops at the napo of tho nock. This is quite now, and looks well on a long neck. Tho front hair is arranged in light curls or waves, in tho stylo most becoming to tho face. Front coiffures, made of wavos nnd curb woven on invisible lace, dressed in different styles, aro becoming regular artictai of wearing appeal, some ladios having a hanim nverv dav in tho week. THAT HACKING COUOU can be to quickly cured by Sblloh'a Cure. We guarantee It. A McAllttcr. sale by. JOHN H. MILLER Is a candidate 'or representative of Lincoln coun ty In the next LstiUture, subject to tha action of the democracr. M:! BEST R0UTET0 FLORIDA In Palace Dlt. J. I). PETTUS It a Candidate to repreaent Lincoln county In the nextdeneral Attembly, aubject to tho action ol tbe Democracy. Stanford Female College. NTANFOBl. KY. With a Full Corps of Teachers, Tblt luttitutlon will open Ita Fifteenth Heaalon on tho lat Monday In Beplemberntxt. HON. A. G. TALBOTT Ii a Candidate lor Senator In the Dlttrlct composed of lloylr, Lincoln, Caiey and Uarrard, aubject to the action oi tue Democratic party, tiecuon first Monday In Auguit. Lonltvlll.ln ratactCar without chanr.. Seeklnu bomca.n tht PMIHRilUTC line oi ttila road will LllllUnHil I O receive special law ratet. Site Aetata ol tint ( mpany for rttrt, routti Ac, or write C. P. ATHOflE, G. P. 4 T. A. " Loulavllle, Ky. SHORT LINE TO THE EAST rroat ALL THE MUNCH E OK A Are taught, aa well a fill out the unexpired term cf Judge E. W, Ilrown, dee'd, at Countr Judge of MUSIC. THE DUAW. Lincoln, aiibjtct to the action of the Democracy INQ AND rAIHTINO. Election Auutt, 18.1. JUDGE TIIOS. IV. VAKNOX TH0R0UGHENGU8HC0UBSE E HI. Iiacardldatoto Kentucky's Tb Itouto East Ttr Fo Hotel and At Howland Bar-Roo- m For Rent TERMS MODERATE. to IM In th tr. Tnltlnn. nrlrra ranir front regular DepartmeiiU. Primary, Ii3; Intermedial MB, l'tciraUuy, HO, and uuicgiate, m. 123 Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. only Hon running Buckfen's Armea Salve. The beat Salve In the world for Cuts, Unities, Wi full nartlrulan. aa to Board. Ac. add real Ulors, Silt Rheuni, Fever Sores, Tetter, THOMAS FRMIKL. MHN. H. C. TRUKHKAKT. lTlucltiMl, rOM Chapped Handi, Chilblains, Coral, and all Skin ftUnford. unooin uo., K.y. Eruptions and positively cure Tiles, or no pay reItonlHTlllo, Olnclii huiI lugCou, quired. I It guaranteed to give perfett aathfao STOKE-KOO25 centt per box, tlor or mc jyrelunled. Prlco 21x70 fcet, next A very dulrable ilure-rootor rale t Penny .' McAlltter. National ilnk In Mao lord. Joortolhe ""2V' yroA). cr" Itecently remodeled and gratly Improvtd, Aji-p-lr An Editor's Tribute. Connecting In earn depot with (ail train foi WA I.TttS. to IV. The intemiew with Bessie after dinner. btantord, Ky. j.tf Tberon P. Kealor, editor of the Fort Wayne (In I bad just said something smart to keep dltna) GaMttt, writes: "For ibe put flva yeart B. d the company while I asked a have always uied Dr. Kloj't New Dlrcovery, for joung lady at the other end of tho table to coiight of the moitaevere character, at well at lor The Direct Route toLynchbur?, Dan please return tho duck whi 'i I bad inadthoteofa milder type. It never fall to effect a All person having clalmt agalntt W. (I. Orrer, vUle, Norfolk, vertently presented to her with tho carving-for- k peedy cure. My irlendt to whom I have recom- late merchant of Moreland, Ky.. are hereby stuck in it. Everj" ono was laughing mended it tpeak of it in the aame high tennt. Havtbem to meal Moreland, properly AU Virginia and North CaroUna joyously, and trying to conceal it by putting ing been cured by It of every cough that I have proven, on or before the 1Mb day of April, HJ., AND Points. their napkins in their mouths, when my had for five yean, I tonslder It the only reliable or tend them to my Attorney, Wallace II. Varnon, Determined mat For ticket and further Information, apply Tti ProDrintor cousin turned to my llttlo daughter nnd said: and ture cure for Coughi, CoIJi, etc." Call at Stanford, Ky your tHMt ticket oOcr. or addrrM IIVHTOS, W. Shall be Seoond to no Country "Bessie, haven't you got a funny papa, Penny A McAlltter'a Drug ator and get a Free W. J rllto, W, E, AKNOLU, Truttee W. O.Green. March 11. It Hotel in the State in its Pare, Advertltlng AgL, though!" Ticket aod Iaaa. Ail Trial Bottle. Largetlzetl. or AttenStUS Appointments, n rlh Ave., Lotiltvlli.. Kt "Yes, indeed,' said th ungrateful, unfllial O. W. NMITJI, Comfort of II. w. rui.i.t:H, tion to and irreverent to a great name. Very Remarkable Discovery. U.n'l Maoau.r, O.o'l Patt'r Aa1!. their Quests. "You better belie vo he's funny Kler,mnnl. Tlrtlnla Mrt. Geo. V. Willing, of Mancbriter. Mich when wo havo company." wrltet: "My wife hat been ahuott lulpleu ftr fivo And yet peoplo wonder why X. am not tho years. o belpieai that the could not turn over in Baisaae will b conveyed to anl from the 4 free of rhara. Special aetenmndatl one sjuno geulal host that I used to be, aud why bed She uted two botttct of Klectrlc alone. to ContareUITva,viier. KENTUCKY CENTRAL the children do uot eat at tho first table, and alnaja tapplitd tvltb th rkolretl It to much improved that tbe it now ablo why there is n sound of kicking against tho krandaof Muanr a rlaar. own work." Electric Bitten will do alt door of an adjoining room, and the occasional to doIther for them, llundredtol tettlmont-a- lt wall of a hungry child as the meal progresses. that claimed great curative powers. Only firty Tr.J.M.rk. Hl'KKAY'N Nl'KCiriC, Shortoat and Qaiokeat Route from Oec atteu their Eli Perkins once told me that be was teachtral rTentuony to all Pointa North, a tot tie at Penny A MeAlliter'. Ilic (irrat KnIlxh He niodf, ing his little girl to tell the truth. I asked centa Eist, and 8onthwest. him who he employed to attend to the o Emma MinIey,B.ib Pate, Flurenllne, Doubt 8lreof What You Vtant to Know. Fail Una Between la a polilve cure for Weak MemoAc, Ac, will make the tenon of 1SSJ at my tublei task, and whether ho was uot rash to liwer. Nrrvout of ry, Everybody want! an honest antwer to tblt tlm-pi- e near btantord, Ky., OI.VOI.V.VAT1 take up a branch of tho science for which Kihautlioo, Keralnal Wetknett, question: What It tbe btit medicine to refti-lat- e and General Una ot !ehdul In Effect Oct. IJ. IMI Impofncy. thero was getting to bo to littlo use. DOLLARS. AT TWENTY power ol the U.u.rattv Urgim; the bowtli, cure costlveneu and blllouinn, It is said that truth is mighty and will pren.t .11 dlaeaae thtt follow h- St. Martin It one ol the moit Ultllngulthidaoni vail. It Is certainly mighty in tho mouth of help tha dltfttlos and give ttreogth to tha whole queue 01 youmiui iinpiuu.nc.oi Hirtr liklflf. People atk ut this every day. We tyttem of Imp I'haeton, winning good racea over good a child. Still, wo may always expect more h. iirMul matured lean, luch Tr.i.M.rk. on a It Itpletunt to tha taite. borie.i at all dlttancet, andaeen few of bit colu Hit ai Unlvertal Uaaltnd,nin in id Parkcr'tTontc or less of it from children, until they get to al the front lb turf In 18)1 were all All tbe children like it. Mother! pralte It It too, Doubt, watontol lb belt 0IJ1 ol the bat. Dimneaa of VUUin, moving in good sociaty and learn letter. s? andmtny otterillt-eaar- a 53ST.1J e. will save a thoutand timet itt coit In every fami- j ear. St. Martin It ththlghett typeof a that lead to IntanltT or &5 handi high, ipl.n-diJHanding over 16J. Krcaptured. B i ly. Editor Western Argut. g ? In all caactof proportlonH, kind ai a I.mb and romblnt New York Stin J Wtakntwa th Hteclfio actt Ilk a r, 1. ine beat ulooa nt r.ozianu ana aiucxic. u imp.- cbtrm, rettorina loaaor ftdlng . Mistress (to applicant for service): "How CURE KOIl F1L...-.Phaeton, firat dim Tokay. bv Imp. Yorkhlre;iecglvlna to the y a brilliant many nights out a week" (ilrrlfnn'l Zlniaoee. Plica are frxviuciitly precotled by a trnto of nnjlit nnl .l.mMirMlu Mariln. br dam (abrlt!la by Kir and anarkllna beantr. to thecheak, (too of Arch) third Applicant: "None, mum. Oi nivir sthlr in the back, lotnt and loer part of the abdotiK-n- , roay blooom of health. UO Aftar Taking;. Archy; fourth dam Calypao, by iieiair, nun aim th out." VMurray'aUpeclneli aoU by all Drugglttaat canting tbe patient to tup09ebehat aomeaffrctlon (dam of Contention) by Imp. Dare Devil, ilxth 'paBBBB BH B3 ISEBBB Mfcrtiew. "Wild you ?iave many friends to ot tlit kldnryt or neighboring crgant. At tlnm, daniFymet' Wlldatf, aeventb dam llradilla, br SI per package, or tlx package for IJ. Alio by Macklln'i Feranaught: eighth dam todol- - mall, roitag free, on receipt of i.rlc.which will U see you J" ymptomt of Indlgettlou are prricnt, at flatulency, Ball A ninth dam particular! la pamphlet, dam by Imp. Iloblnob; Applicant: ".N'at wan, mum. Oi have no uncailnett of the ttuniacli, etc. A moliture, like Fhln;Jolly Hanger,bycUventh dam by tenth Valiant; mallKi free tovery applicant. Add real all comImp. friends." pertplratlon, producing a ery diiagrreabte Itching, twelfth dam by Tryall. Thut It It en that hii munication! to lb totV manufacturer!. z B B H a B B " B Sa MVUUA XEDIV.XSRCO.,Ma. Mistress: "What wages will you expect T aftir getting warm, it it very common attendant. Llnl itcnHrhMlfroin thaaima fountain that waa Kanaaa City, Lexinirton. tha ureal race bono and irraleal of Applicant: "Ol'll lave that to ye, mum." all Sold In titantord by Tenny A MeAlliter and Blind, Bleeding and Itching Filet Itld at once to tbe ilret, and Ulencoe. Yorkihlr and Phaeton reMistress: "What kind of housework are you application of Dr. Botanko'i Tile Remedy, Druggitta verywhare. i which actt nowned In tba lurlhlitorlea. I have put hla A Co., Attn ta. O "'311 Aailiua willing to dor figure to oblige my frlenda and at the low dlrvctly upon LouttviiU Ky. ditunc la B3B3B Applicant: "Oi'm will in' to wash an' alrun Tumort, atla)lni;tbe psrtt affrcteJ, abtorblng the neighbor! and to J unify breederta. at a good the interne itching and afTectlnga tending to him, and would tak few miret ; an' cook an' scrub an' clane windys an' wait permanent cure. Price G cvntt. Addren tbe Dr. on tbe tharei I will alto itand at the aim pile 1)1 on table an' talke care o' childer an' carry in ray combined bore. uo H vvotac t? W. OHIO & " (Here a loud ringing Boaanko Medicine Co., Piqua, Olilf Sold by McRob-ir- t ccal an' build falres A Stagir was heard at tho door, and the keeper of an 3BBBBB' BB'BB'BSBEa ' asylum rushed in and secured tho lunatic.) The Direct Route to And tny Norman hone, FOB SALE, Thoroughbred Cattle, Cowa, Mand Bull Calvra. registered, John O. Accomodations fur Visitors. eAlliter, HuitonvllJe, Ky. Puck.l Sores, Statlos (Richmond Junction) Ky , from May lit, next. A (rood garden, Ac, attached. For partlculirt nddrrat me at Stanford. Tblt it tba only btr at that rmlnt. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING OARS A SOfSTTRAIN tmll Ky., Lex FOIt KENT MYERS HOTEL, STAJTFORP. KY. H. BURNSIDE, I. WASHINGTON CITY. good-nature- NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Propr This Old and Woll Known Hotol Still Maintains ita High Reputation, it ii J. heir-appare- Stallions for 1885. lu inrnuim 1. 1 ST, 1WEARTIKT, "illiioUriuui Koulc' Wtt Ut ln IiKXIGTO A m thorouih-bre-lhora- Ir ''"' mm yig-o- !(!? nrsS IS 1 Hi OtMlttl"l IV 853)88 85tas vivn ter-vic- roa' (JOO-ly- rj Ptb li JOE ABOJLULAM, PHIL HERIDAN, 17 MISSISSIPPI 0. ' itttttt ? I SF !ia . r St. Louis & tho West Northwett and Southwett by the way of CHAItTPO L, JA ! no rcapontlbllltr fur accldenta ahuuld Oranand tenl fiirnt)it at reavmab'e rale, e-- $12 30 TO INNURE. )earllng A t a- , any occur. bu JLOUINVILLE or CINCINNATI. fr S9 o ,, trg 3 r n ,n 6 I A. I alKibtre fjrtale thoro gbbrrd Calvnt H. Mi Millet and 10 It FPixKA iiBBataaaPaaaaaBawV 3f VOU3IA V, Manford. Ky. Mm,..' direct in 1 LV ir going Weal. 2 Hours Quicker 1 two hourt H0Ur5 uatl to e!l. Lout, o,ultk-- r than any other line, giving our paaaenaert mean anu urii cauicn ui mi. n, n,iu, time guliig by way f i'htrago. Leaving Chattanooga tor lavlll ana Cincinnati mak oiiiiK.tlun at thote polnti with th Lightdt ning Kzprot- - on tb Ohio A Mlttlaalppi Uiula and all polnta Wnt. Indn-I- U Only Irom Loulavllle or I m ryt H an ua j m m eh V W I ! I. en : i i --- UO "S- -ev q SSBSBB wt3wCQ4 I BB g&S58 K 5 B S3 ('O'O llft ! I h i ttt-g- Esbbb j p " w Mi I , bt o. The fine Imported Norman ttalllnu will uiV ilie teaiouuflimat tbe stable nr.t M,.Wry,al 'I'iuk Coitige " l'j mllea from Stanfoid, I8.W.$ &Tm. Point. itfsay Base UlUISM! 313"0"3 1 "3-- i!IlIi - 5:i 3 SB ill i V. Alwaya makes Fast Time nnd Sure Con Aro you falling, try Wkixb' Hr.iLTn Itc .icwaa, iv pure, cteon, ivuoiceomo J'or Brain, Nerrct. Ftom.ich, Uver, Kl Inej i, An unequal! Invlsorast. Curet SBSSSS 8SSS,6SSS? 9 M Shavo day, sir. tutUfuL-tM-r- f rlit fi-Next gentleman. All l AT $15 tion parade in Washington, D. C. C'onrler-OazttH- THE NRA80. a Colt. m,'x With all l.lnet at naotions BEBBBBieElBBSB.BBBB .MAYXVII.I.K IlRANt'll. rKo. '4ir Da UaCSiolMi-RTho preparations to witno St. Louis and Intermediate "Crackle" fllavt. KilassNMm Reporter tho Inaugura- This vnrioty of gkus, which has become v fushhmnblo on account cf its effective an 1 crackle I rppoaran, Is pixxluced'by cover. liiS oiw sliu of a piece of plate-glas- s nltli n thick tratum of a (lux or readily fusible glass, mixed with coaro fragments of glass, in thN condition it is placud in a mullla or an onen furnneo, where it is strongly boated. As soon as tho flux is melted, and tho glass Itself In bacomo rod hot, it isremovod from tho furnace, and rapidly cooled. Tho (lux (ar fusiblo glass) under this treatment unities and split, leaving iniiuuicrabla line Knei of fracture over its surface, having mucli tho app;aranco of scales or irregular crystal', which cross and intersect each other In every direction, producing very striking and beautiful effects when tho light falls upon iu surface. Worth Keiimnilmrlnir. A noiseless way of feeding a coal-flrIs to shovelful of coals in a paper bag. Propuio half u dozen bags at a tlmo. ue mom as thoy aro needed, and thus tho noise nnddust generally accompanying tho usual ud6 of replenishing tha lire will beavoidod. Exchange He Wanted Kent ISralii. Itocklaml "A scientiile Frenchman rays ho has a process for making artificial brains," said Jim. Wiggleworth, looking up from the paper sho was leading. "Artificial brains"" sniirod Sir. Wiggles-wortscornfully; "Uiat's just liko thoo Frenchmen, always fooling away their tlmamaklngsomethingartiiicial. What o I want is real bratiu nouo of your h, make-believ- handi high, welhs l.GUOitoundiand it ojrart .Id the 29th of May next. Ueitof fioe ttyle and action, Kood In lb l'int. well ribbed and lirso Ixidy. with d abouldrrt; head and neck well aet on. Uo wat Imported by (i W. Htubblefleld A Co., of Chamro la a dark gray, Luni;t well-ibti- i- DTSPEPSIA, Headaclio. Fovcr. Amie. Chills. No Ferries! XoOniuUmrt Trail ferH! NoaTH-HoUK- Ex. Hun, Lva r Wo.TTi. Ft. i Dally Uun. Bloom-liiisto- 111., W. will alio ittod at the aame place our line young Jack, Sptemlr DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. 14. IR81 f aleil Novniatii-- r .i. nlh; i lu, leT'J. Klul W.i Kud bf lir Wurr or hit by Jim 1'i.ri- r. tlrtt dam siiuo Fly, by a Mam. dam uiotliand Warrior Jnck. l'atlure furulhMt ut Ka'onalV ra'e but will nonsense." r.i) aiMiletiia hn hi auyiKcur. rot lw Mrs. AVigglesworth, as tosumed her A I VAKKFI paixr, demurely murmured that sha had uotlced It too, but bho nover should havo dared to speak of It horvelf. And Mr. rubbed his head in a dazed sort of fashion, and wondered if ho really had expressed himself just as he meant to do. tllul I'l.t AtMlltfoi . BOSTON! 'ot i - r, i t it Ihk - H'ftnti Italian Sum E. b. iukciu., vtK.pnu.niBni Weakness, Swonts, Norvous Hcxunl Docilno. Mnlnrln, U'unucM, a.l Nice to UUe, truo merit, uneriunletl for tor Wxa, jersey hot., 6 for JWW.nt Dnurfriiti. City, n, J u. a. a. tA l. th nfiKoI Buchu-Palb- a i , .: Conucc'lont mtlo In Union Dfiwit. ell Lnult, with tralntof duel gjlng Wett, Northwett and Arr Mllleriburg rouiliweU '' 'nrHtlo- It you aregilng Wett to any point, call on or Jolinmn. willo lo tho undirilgtied. " Maytvlll For lull and reliable Informailou In ri'garJ to Und. Ac , In the Wfatern Htatet, Map. Ouldet and lowett tpeclal ralet for Ticket! end llouiebold uooai loan pointt vvcaicaium triunrni ,i ir HKnt Lve Mayavllle. Paateuger Ag't Ohio A Minliilppl Hallway, " Jobnaon Harrodtburg. Ky " Carllale W. U. HHATTUC, W. W. PKABODY, Oen'l Patt. Agt. " Mlllcrthurg.... IVa'l and Itoa'l Man'gr, Arr I'arlt C. W. PAKIH, entral Pattenger Agent, CI i. Innatl. Ohio Lexington " P.vlnnlnn HOUTH-BOI'N11 Cuvlnton. " ixiuktuti ., 7 23 a iu 8 20 p u 8 40 a ni 9 47 p in 9 00 a m 07 p ta y 49 a iu 7 00 pu jn 30 a in 7 4S 1. 10 2 00 80 pin put --NoTST Dally Ex. Hun. Ex. bun . . . 10. SI Dally . . fl SO 7 21 7 44 H HW a OF3SRA HOUSE, 8TANFOUD. KY. 'It Mo 9 10 a m 10 b in a in a iu ni in I 1 33 pn 2 4Sp ru S 03 put pr (I Mp m 55o iu (0pm Dl put a o A Cold Moe. Leatviittorth, Kan., Times.) One of our country exchanges has an oftlce stove which, it thinks, with a crank attachment and a little encouragement, would make a goal ice cream f reezcr. Did you ose Supp- Plillalclphla Call: It Is not true that Dr Mart tor la about to lw marriod. Tb Irvine Tucker, who ha btn on tria at Lebanon lot killing bis brother, Snow, waa'acriulted Friday on tbe ground oi Mustang Liniment only good for horses? It is for inflamma. tion of all flesh. Romnrknhlo Curea of Catarrh of the llbvldcr. Inflammation, Irritation of Kidneys and Bladder, Btono or Gravel Dis eases ot uo iTottato uianu, jiropaicai SwellIn7S, Femnlo Disease. Incontln- rnco of Urine, all DUoascs of tho O enlto- Urinarr Orirana in either box. For Uu- healthy or Unnatural Plscharces iiso nuo -- tnapin'H injection lew," cacu i. For SVP1IIL18, either contracted or hereditary taint, uso Chapln'a Constitution Bitter Bynip. 81.00 per bottle, ami a Clupln's Hrphilitlo Pills. S.OO; antl tlyphllltlo Balre, 81.00. 6 hoUIes Pynip. il of Illls, 1 Solve, by Express on Cha-pln'- W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor 6lioofStaf;A,20x5O. Klht com 'Irte ecta of Hwi err Heatlnx capacity, Including Hillary, HO. Idlr Iloaaonable ratet to Rood attraction. Car, la rl TO ft DATA. 9arulM4 not 1.1 caanBlruurt. OlmuVcnlh. Italia tnctilct of lhat elm ol rtm.diM, aat hat ylrea almoit ualvcrul tatufAv Noth. Train Ko. 8 runt dally from Knoxvllle. Wlnclimtcrand Lexington to Covington. Tr,,n. l .ruri tU Lexington and I'arlt, an." rot via WlnchwteranJ I'arlt Train No. 0 la dally except Huuday between Lex. Ington and I'arlt. hut it dally-froClm lunatl to Knoxvllle. Lexlnnt.m and I'arltt-N- o. 62 dally fXl.epi Hun- lnilton 0 Ifi a m. 'Te.P7.r1' 8 'u No. S3, dally except'"I "T. Hunday, leave LxIngloo SO p m; arrive I'arlt 5 13 pm. i Vr.ealkrUt EruiCstaiolCo. , eell-defe- cse K. R. Wbi.l. Jersey City, N. J., U. 8. A Clnolnnati.l Oulo. I'atU.fax TAro??h tlck;". .od checked to any & nhtiwoti the (ar.r of d(itlnatlonrache.lly 1 railroad. th. futile al now rnki o. F D. MOIWE. W. II. WniTTLEflEV. amonff Ilia lca1iD Mttli Putenger Agent, Trav. Taat Acent. tcUtlofthtolMna. A. L.. SMITH. if.TJr.'0B ! . , LexJngiou. Kr Ilradfoid, Fa. C. W. SMITH. r ui.bl.tt, n. I.1,,, SMliy DruriHiti. Oenertl Manager 0o, lAa: Aif lU;tt.0U. 1A7 1 "iivr.niv nRO