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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885032701 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. rVY- -W m- -1 fgW?3' Stmt VOL. XIV. jmfertif STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1885. : i NO. & ROBERTSON & thia side of the Kentucky River. wo havo in largo KIMAM) 5 DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. We solicit tbo trado ot Lincoln and adjoining counties, knowing that we can offer inducements in variety, Btyle and prico that will at once merit approval. Wo display this season the Largest and Finest Stock of Goods ever opesflC We would have The fact that wo have the confideuco and the trade of our nearest neighbors is convincing proof that wo offer inducements not found elsewhere. you note the following lines, whielt variety: DIIESS GOODS. broidery Net, Wide Lace for making entire dress, Lace Curtains, &c. terns. The ceilings and decorations are strikingly handsome. Any one cas be suited from our well selected stock. Our stock ot Window Shades is enJERSEYS. Tricos, Satin Borber, Cashmeres, Dreto Do Alma, Henrietta, Nuus' Veiliug, Our stock of Jerseys is largo and complete. Wo have them in Plain Black, tirely complete. Our stock of Albatross, Ottomans, Irish Poplins, Buntings, ifcc, in all tho new and fash DOMESTICS Beaded, Braided in Gilt and Black. This comfortable garment will be ionablo Bhadings. largely used this season and wo havo a stock that will meet the demand. Is always full and complete. The best brands of Bleached and Browa Suirt-inSILKS. and Sheetings, Cheviots, Plaids, Prints, &c., are to be found in oacr FANS. In Silks we have a complete line of Black, Changeable, Foulards, 'Brocad Wo display a stock of Fans that can not be excelled anywhere outside of house. These goods are strictly staple and are sold at about the same prim ed, in Gros Grain and Surah; also Brocaded Fronts, very handsome. tho large cities. Wo have them in all shades, styles and prices. A full as everywhere, and we do not pretend to sell them at lower prices than others In Ginghams and Sattcons wo can suit any taste, as wo show an unusually sortment of Parasols and Sun Umbrellas. but our customers can always rely on getting them from us st the lowest poslargo f lock. Theso goods nro very attractive in colorings and fabrics. WALL PAPER. sible prices. WHITE GOODS. You should not fail to seo our stock of Wall Paper before decorating your Give us a trial; wo are satisfied that we can save you money. India Linens, India Plaids, Ileal Linen Lawn, Dotted Linens, French homes. Wo have given this branch ot our business special care and have ROBERTSON & KINNAIRDNainsooks, Persian Lawns, Lace in large variety, Laco all over, AlloverEm purchased this season Ten Thousand Rolls of entirely new and beautiful pat 931 IN MEMORIAU. TOUUY BALL'S THANKS AND ADVICE. LONDON LANCET. "Probably as large a yield of wheat as was ever reported was," says the Boston Resolutions of sympathy and reepect By Taffy Tula. Cedar Grove; The land of ttitfrte. American Cultivator, "grown by Jirah Black-maCedar Grove adopted by Paint LIck LJge No. 130. A. John T. Hatcher, our gentlemanly The arboreous multitude of of Wheatland, N. Y,, in 1834, for Y. F. M., in memory of our departed barber, Marshal and member of which he was awarded a premium by tho till wave their green but lovely head over brother, 12. A. Parks, who quietly pissed the grocery firm cf Reuben !t John T. Monroe Connty Agricnltural Society. On "0, don't you remember sweet Alice, Ben Bolt?" "Her bright smile haunts me atlll!" the lawn, sweet daughters cf the forest, in awsy March 11th, 1885: Ho wonder, the got her paint from Bourne. "Vet, I esw ber lut st Dr. Bourne' Dru g Store.' Hatcher, has been quite sick, but we are one measured acre be grew sixty-eigliveries of brown wllh white trimming nd Rttolxtd, That we, in the death of Bro. "O, writs me a letter from bom, evergreens with "John Anderson, my Joe John, you hair l IBe red hearts. Those lovely Psrks, have loot a true and faithful mem glad to be able lo report him better, es bushels and pounds. The acre And get the stationery from Bourne. the mow your eye is dim!" boughs suited to Interrupt the ber, and the mother hat lost a their tangled dutiful eon, pcclally m a "brother of the mystic tie." was eown with a little less than a bushel of "I wonder II iho lorn me T" Tell the old coon to go to Bourne's and get biund nphyra and cause them to the wife a devoted husband, and the E. II, Hackney is in Cincinnati buying see J, eail Bbe will If you buy your beautlfiers from White Flint and the other of hit halrdrestlng and a pair of Le Htnfv a good and worthy cltizm. Bourne. moan, ailed by the crye of the nocturnal bis spring stock of goods, Mr. and Mrs. Red Chaff, two varieties not now grown in ... . n. .....! ncelebrated Hock Cryttal iipecks." ..in .ikjaicu, xui waiiii we now wiui pro- John Pearl are visiting bloom and then they wither." of hiiir m" " "Boies birdt over the eoene at Paint Lick. J. this country " found submission to an all Kit Father, we "Shall I never mora behold thee?" The perfumes aie made Into extracts for Bourne t l time, call bck to sweet mem r A. Craft was at Squire Stacberry's at court deeply feel our ineparable loss in the "Yet, and In good health, for I get my medlcta A diapp)inted applicant for offici has, "Kathleen MaTourncen, the gray dawn breakof our brother. childhood. The lawn bound me in d Liu-r- el of yesterday. The spring term of the froin Bourne." ing!" Bayard labor, succeeded in Manning a piJktohtd, That we tender the profound the lawn lit freed me, and to the court I Circuit Court convenes here Monday, "I'm glad of It; Bourne haj so many nice gooJi "What are the wild wares saying?" and heartfelt svmpatbv ol this IoJl'o to the ratical craft, and will now pitch into the Bourne, Bourne, Bourne, Bourne, Bourne! I want to take the whole day purcbailng.'' offer my heart felt thank for the freedom bereaved fauiilv. and for consolation would the 30 government, and Lamar it if he can. His granted, and allowed me to return point them to a loving Haviour, who alono do tell Lilly Dale to put Pick a Coo In Aunt Body's old arm cbalr and staff. Then, Katy darling, Judge W.R.Jones, presiding judge of feeling it has are Vila the devil, and he has no once more to Cedar drove, A free mau. can comfort and console (hem in the dark our county, did us the nonoi to call on us "Rock me to sleep, mother," while you go to Bourne's New Diug Store and get me a Tooth Bxoafe. Garland to throw about the neck of the The old theory of on unn 11 nu created hnnr of trial and misfortune. and while listening to bio crisp comLetter Papar sv President, Hi hopei are all blighted, tome Toilet Soap, a pair of Le More' Pcrlicoplc Lentes, tome of bit UeaJnJ, That a copy of these resolufor one or oolf "" "un for one woman, ments upon the new administration and gs - n, BOURNE! 1 n forty-thre- e com-muiilt- r one-hal- f -. ih-- y I. ' generally man, la all nonsense Inter born of companionship or frpent sameness of persuiu and negviewa and a can ation. Love l born and grows. It will. reprtwed by the t increased or Though now and then It sesms to be be .nn.t control and eovern its victim But . . 1 t w.tnh all the we shouiu oeniii nuuu Ia -- ,. pro and com, to ae to .uolue or encourBut age It before it becomea our maaler. In our power to love where he WILL, ltd ,f we begin In time. Remember we have lov, rnore to consider than mere childish together a life lime, we muJ we are to live eee learn each others little weaknesses and and atill feel if we can put up wtlh them mum the Mint love and tenderneii. We we two are to find in each coniider that other companionship, sympathy and a one of ne of Interest, we are to be parent children and the family i to each other Is all pull together In essentials. If this not allow not probable then we should to get too deeply In love, but gradually wean ofl Into friendship and try all for ono more suitable Love may of life's duties and pleasure. not re-!- n he blind but married love Joes blind, but opens lUoyes, 80 be caushould tious while you are free lest you the bondage ue one a head seas of tears and not of Koees but ol 'lhorns. isot one knows what freedom I, till a sisve anu what home is till they are an exile. our-selves else-where rds and he don't care a Whitney if ho does not his lucid expunctions ot the have in the Endicott to sleep upon. principles of democracy, a brilliant idea Frankfort Yeoman. struck us with such f jrce as to almost - p&raljzs us for a time and in furtherance CATAMM CUBED. health sad tweet breath I llemea'! Price SOc. I give ?""? by 8thl,oh' A McAlltter. Richmond Hojitttr bs reiueted to publirh of the interest of our party....... It here. For Penny ,1- .1. That should Doc theie rexolulioo SLEEPLESS MIGHTS made miserable by that Willtam W. Bhown, lant standard bearer" of the republicans in terrible cough. Sblloh't Cure It the remedy for , 8. (' HfndejisoS-the coming contest for the legislaliye per you. For tala by Penny A. McAlltter. Thomas Austin, diem and railroad passes, .vbich signal Positirt Cure for Piles. Committee. mark of confidence and favor from the To the people of this county we would tay that Clara Belle says you can flatter the male 0.0. P, it now eeems that no power on we have been glrsn the agency of Dr. Marchltl's sex so easily that there's hardly any fun In earth can aveit from the shoulders ol the Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed it unless something special is lo be accom- patient doctor, who, though already "living to cure or money refunded Internal, External, Blind, Bleeding or Itching Pllei. Price SO cent plished by it. It la perfectly safe to speak on borrowed time," ia williog to sacrifice a box. No cure, no pty. Penny A MeAUtter, to a bald man of bis handsome hair, or to bis little remaining strength to the good of Drugglttt. a hunchbsck of hli excellent figure, or to the rieing generation. I say, ahouid the Daughters, Wires and Mothers. We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchltl'a a fool of his wisdom, for each and every doctor be obliged to make this race, the a female remedy, to cure Female Dlteas-one will soberly listen and believe. There very man to defett him, if suctt a thing tuch at Orarlan troubles, Inflammation and is nothing absolutely pleasant that a man were possible, is Judge W. R. Jones, who Ulceration, FaAlng and dUplacemtnt or bearing won't agree to in that line. is one of us. But all true it is, that "when down feeling, IrregaUrltUet, Barrennett, Change of Life, Leucorrbcea, betide many weaknesses The scandalous slate of things by which Greek meets Greek then comes the tug of springing from the above, like Headache, Bloatwar." But with our bodies erect, our ing, Spinal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nerrout dethe bankrobbersof the United Slates have found a welcome asylum In Canada will heads thrown gallantly back, our eyee bility, Palpitation of the Heart, Ac For sale by sparkling with expectation with every drugglttt. Prices SI and tl CO per bottle. Send 1003 end. Kmbeulers and criminal bankto Dr. Marehltl, Utlca, N.Y., for pamphlet, free. rupts will be included in the eighteen class-e- i "faith in our brilliant loader and our cheeks For tale by Penny McAlltter, Druggtit. burning the burn of victory, we cry: "Let of crime to be covered In the new expeDestroy that Sigh. dition treaty. Public morals should im- her lug. Give ue Judge Jones foreverl" One may feel that he Is getting old, but ho natwith such internalional arrangeprove The siege of Khartoum lasted 322 days. urally dislikes that anything about bit appearments, Current. ance should advlteotbera of the Met. Yet nothIt wa atlacked iq force by El MahdiN ad- ing doni tbtt to effectually at thin and falling Ex Cntef Jusilc Iliri;i ha written fori herent?, for the first time, March 12, 1881. hair. No womsn wants to marry a man and busithe Sorth A mo ican lia ttr a paper upon "Tho It fell by treache-- y on the 26'h of January, ness nrwi btiltate to employs man who thowi thlt fatal sign. Parker's Hair Balsam It worth to Ltw's Delay." The Justice thinks 18S5. Lou. Times. you, In tblt regard, more than ttt weight lo dia that the root of the evil lies with the igno Floating mw mills are common on the monds. Use it and hare plentiful and gloaay htlr. rant voters, who, under the itlluecce of Many have hid erery trace ot grayntsa removed Tb exile In fr distant tlltnei "paionate and unreasoning partisanship," lower Mitriseippi. They pick up the drift- and tald spots corered by using a single bottle. Ofl, oil reraembtrt by aons lime, AI.J orer whalerar land he roTti, elect incompetent legislators. There Is an ing logs, turn them into lumber, and sell WILIi YOU SUFFER with Dytpepsla and Ljt-e- r Itcinemb ri still tbo land be idea abroad that strikes nearer the centre.lt the product to the planters along the Complaint? Sblloh'a Vltallzer la guaranteed to botae. cure you. For salebr Peony A McAlltter. is that the vjters sometimes elect Incompe- ahore. Thanks to the court and my able caunsel tent judge. C ivington Commonwealth. Thomas 0. Ball. foreTcr What strange creatures we are, to be -sludy. IMMENSE SIOCK OF- Ak any school boy or girl now and you surd A sailo'r soon forgets the terrors of Vicksburg Is ing geography where of the sea and ships again ere he baa been will get the answer, ' In the western psrt aihore a month; the convict ia almost car-ta- in MlMlMippi, on the MIssMppl RWer.' to return to the prison from which ho any better. The geographers don't know 9c5) C J tSr '. J i was ruleaecd but a short time back, and "' ou the Mississippi any Vicksburg the widow will marry a second lime if she everv man Knows it IS two .1 . rt..l..:nr.i Th river- get the chance, and she usually gets the TKIM9IED AXD- miles irom me . years ago, anu me -- -moved itself six or eight The bath for trampi and paupers, and x. -- o. lnrtP,l on what is called Cen-- ' for critulnals are the T.ike. The cltr Is principally en- - the whipping post lumber two greatest terrors the world has ever yet gaced in manufacturing cypres up invented. In a Boston publi" wayfarer's and In keeping the colored population -- ATThere are more dark-l- e lodge a bath was introduced ami the numto the maximum, ber of lodgers went down from 00,000 one In Vlcktburg to the equare foot thnn Louisville this state- - winter to 21,000 the next. there are In Richmond, Vh., and . - .1,0 Mlmi of truth and extrava- - D'mocra). It one of the hilln pending in tho Caligance. . bis teacher, "if fornia Assembly becomes a law, any young "Kow. Johnnie." said Alls PRICES AND STYLES. "' promises to man under 20 years of age who learns a vour father borrows $100 and Lejowo In trade by serving an apprenticeship of three pay $10 a week, how much will years, and is a moral young man, will be unn wnekiT'' entitled to 5230 from the State treasury, dollare," said Johnnie. "One hundred Lou. TimH. . "I'm afraid you don't know your leaaon la one of the Mexican churches a solid very well," remarked the teacher leeson very well," silver balustrade, pUced in position in the "I may not know my 1 time of Cortez, was torn down recently, takJohnnie frankly acknowledged, "but en to the mint and coined, producing 00,000 father." know my Lou, Times silver do'iara JUBT AS GOOD. Xo man living knows where the iptuti-tiothey bare Many unscrupulous dealert may tell ou "Though lost to sight, to memory Cold eqiml In inerll and In for Coughf and dear" comes from. Enough time has been o tbo old reliable Iir. good ,try respect Just atLung Syrup, unless you Insist wasted in the Fpnrch fur it to have dug the ltoiaiik'o Cough and Nicarsguan Canal, and no eingle book case wl11 uk0 no "lUcr.you are upon this abouj 00 cents and would hold all that has been written time-honore- d tion be spread on toe records of this Lodge, and the Secretary is hereby ordered to lurnih the mother and the wile of our beloved brother a codt of these resolutions and that the Central Ktntuch Xtus, Danviue Aavocait. i.nteiuuk Jouunal and bottle of Vanilla for your mother, strengthening Cordial for your grandmother and some worm Jeems, and go caaiy-f- or quick or I'll make you think "Thli cruel war It not orer." r3;: .,.,! ' Us UNDERTAKER, AND WlAllHt A Full and assortment of Farnltnre, embr&dBg erytulng from the Cheapest to the Finest Parlor Snlteo. need to go to the large cities to make your purchases, no tvhat quantity or qnality you want, as I can ad will duplicate any prices you can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Atoc a full assortment ef Coffins, Caes, Nhrouds and Itebes, ing all the New Styles, both cheap and expensive. Ware Dealer in Foriiitiire ! complete opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. T. .J. BOSI.EY, HOUSE PAINTER! AND PAPER HANGER. Fresco Celling Paper Hanging a Specialty. Or.lfri Promutlr Attended to. AH K . nt c TBJn SraNtoao, Ky. tW-- tl Oflce South tide Main Street, two doors abort the Myers Hoteh PareNltrout Ozlds Gtt adtalnlitertd whtn re quired. BUBGSON DENTIST, STANFORD. KY. DB. W. B. PENNY, T WW V TTTT A W lores-nemei- Sprains. Scalds. Cuts. Bruises. Farmers and ownetC atock recommendlt as tlw best Known 8TANF0BD, KENTUCKY. lleels.Hcratcwit -. I'UltTUl Hhoulder Btrolna, Cracked 111m In Office on Lancwter street, text door to Iktk-bio- k Chafe or Oalls, Bnraln. Corks. Office houn from 8 to VI a. no. Joukkal offic. u.tnd t to6 r. u. Anetthetlcs admlnlttered when I&cturer. Oince, No. :l W. 31 V St.. IWMyr.J necessary. sWTFor snle by all jiixlL Dentist. BONE rWee. 3e. per bottle. Introduces l.ro. .'larsion Airn, a,"-.:-- euro ior wieuuiniiam,.-- , W GEITCTINE ORIG-IWAJCi- . EIWE : . ffa" aft.- irie cf,c'?a ..w innr W Aliii PLOWS! PLOWS! .Mi'i -- ... READY FOR THE "WALL! M'EOBEETS & STAGE'S. tffr. Uift.UlHu 3E3I.O. IERTJ 'ST n, em-di- es liable to bo greatly deceive. Trlcct, fitagg. Jl 00. Sold by McBolertt 4 r" it. I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Fall and Winter, comprising the best in the market, which will he gotten up in style and make second to none in city or counH. C. Rupley try. Give me a trial. Sulky Plows, Limm Dayton Steel Plows. Champion. Steel Plows, Champion Gale Chilled Stone Plows, Lono Star Plows, Bissell Chilled Plows, Plows, BTaysville Hill Side Plows, Malta Double Shovel ., . . TiV.l T. .u.iu m Plows, Minnie uoudio unovei nowa, Trn. Hall's Shovel Plows, Minklo Pony Plows, Pony Plows, Malta Cultivators, ......... ", No end lo Pious I All kinds of Plo . PIohh of nil b1t.cs! 11wb at all Prices! FIomh Irom .SO l 30, ! FOB 8AI.E BY - dealer In Buggies, Carriage, Surrejs, Spring- "Wagons, Farm Wage, Han estluc Machines, riantcrs, Harrows and all kinds of Fanning MacMurr - GEO. IK WEAKEN.Agt. Also . Miss Minnlo Grimes, of this plnce, and Controller Durham took charge of his Mr. J. M.Turner, of New Orleans, were of dudlsh officers, army and navy, whose new office Wednesday. . E. Nect has been appointed murrlnil T.mmlar eveninir at 8) o'clock at James sole duty seemed to dance attendance to the tho first Presbyterian church by Rev E M. and other enter- - postmaster at Vcreailes, Ky. March 27, 1885 ladies at hops, cerraan Stafford. Ky., The United States Senate has throe Green, the pastor thereof. The lare autiinments, have been stationed at WashingMessrs. Bjrry, Hamp- dience assembled to witness tho marriage ton and most large cities. They toiled not, one legged members was certainly strong evldcnco of the popumonthly ton and Butler. nibdnhcil Tuesday niul Fritlnv neither did they spin, unless the Tho bill providing for a reservation larity of tho brido here in her native counlarge salaries, could be so link of drawing gen- designated. A business democratic admin-irtratlo- n around Niagara Falls pawed the New York ty. Mr. Turner is a very handsome ANNUM 03.OO unn and would attract attention anywhere. has ordered a change, however, Legislature. DKLTrT. wUnpald UlctlT In inco. H we hT to and decreed that those who draw the govTho Arkansas Legislature has passed a Ho is a prominont rill road official and rewas iratt any time. 83.80 will be cbarseif. ernment pay must earn it. Consequently hill reducing tho pay of Its ruemhsrs from sides In New Orleans. The bride Would ktudly ask your nttontlon to tho fnet that they havo jnst returned dressed in n dolicato cream colored satin the dudes have been ordered to join their $0 to $4 a day. from tho cities with a largo, froah and well Bolocted stock of Accounts are now completely balanced with square train, front of imbossed velvet, W. P. WALTON. commands. by the Inauguration Committee, and it ap- duchess lace, diamonds and natural flow Coi. SXEEJts, of tho Louisville Post, will pears the subscribers will receive every ers. The attendants were, Mis Mary nowunbottle the viala of his wrath on Tew questions of the present day cent of their money. The ball paid all ex- Hill, Louisville, and Mr. Harry Charles, dainty in quality, and satisfactory in prices, this wo guar interest, arc mors difficult to Beck and Blackburn, which we aro glad ho of New Orleans; Miss Sallio Engleman, Endleaa in variety, reading. He penses. wive or have greater practical importance has kindly spared us fromexpecting politicians in Wash Danville, and Mr. P. G. Smoot, Maysvllle; antee. Onr aim shall bo at all times to Btipply overy want in our lino. It is said that the the proper distfea that which pertains toand irrepressible sneaked off to Washington,immediately that- ington are somewhat bewildered. The men Miss Bertie Boyle and Mr. J. A. Lee, both sewould his friend Randall position of the ubiquitous Surveyor of with elongated petitions are looking at the nf Danville; Mies Mnry Moore, of Lexing'amall boy." lie seems to be necessary to pnr for him the position of and ton, and Dr. Fayetlo Danlsp, of Danville; Consists of tho standard brands of Europo and America. Our largo lino The gentlemen White House in a dazed way. Here Ihe completeness of our system, yet there the Port of Louisville. sojourner at the Capital can Miss Mattle Fisher and Mr. A. B. Robertlie seems named caught up with him and protested there a worthy of cooking stoves includes tho justly eelobrated "Great Wostorn Kosorvo" and la nn nlace in the universe which be seen packing his trunk. son, both of Dan'illc. The bridesmaids he seems to be at and the Col. has nothing to do now but mauy other fatuity favorites. eitctly to fit or in which The most remarkable divorce case on were all dressed in whlto costumes, with security against his raws -- no re- - vent his spleen. He will not draw the rest-- no OUIi CHINA, GLASS, AND QUEENSWAIU2 STOCK consist in part record ia that of Hon. Clinton A. White short tulle vails and natural Mower. Miss re- - salary as surveyor. no pose which he does not disturb-against his wife, at Georgetown, O. Though Jessie Hill, of Louisville, and Miss Fannie of Tablo, Tea and Chamber Sets coruploto, Glasswaro richly cut and etched. invade-- no .tirement which be does not The Winchester Democrat has its back married for years, they had never cohabit- Engleman, of D.tnville, were the flower In tho way of BrcadstufTa wo name Uuckwheat Hour, tho queen of all tribes. ho does not ferret out and up and applies such sweet appellations aa secret which ed, on account of her religious scruples and girls and wore white tarletan over pink Our celebrated "G. M." patent flour unrivalled for cake and pastry, while publish. A philosophic lady, lamenting puppy, cringing coward, Sc , ad nauitam, are still the dearest of friends. skirts, one of them carrying a basket of Rico and Hominy, our own patiotic products, aro arrayed as faithful adjuncts. socioty, said. Xhia monstrous excrescence on to our frund.Sam Ibone, of the Someisat Minister Lowell, speaking of his suc- Southern flowers, the other a skilfully demurmuring I would not be regarded a bk with rev- - Ttlcaraph Children should never let their cessor, says Mr. Phelps is man of high signed crescent and flower mado of natural All tho delicacies in foreign and domestic confections aro here. Providence, but (I pt ajgainet Tin, Stone, Wooden and Willowwnro, Electric lamp9, Stationery, Canned angry passions rise. character, ma'rked indej endencs and of most flowers. The ushers were Mr. Wood WalMtnce) it does seem to me there has Woll this IB agreeable social qualities, and aa a change lace; of Louisville; Mr. C. W. Metcalf, of Jlcats and Fruits, and a complete lino of Cigars and Tobitccoi. in- Kentucky is left again, a comparativebeen n grave mistake in the plan which oniy a hint of what wo havo. with was unavoidable, both counties are to be NicholasvillejMr. W E. Smoot, of Mays-vlllIt ikied boyhood on a defenseless world. the ly unknown Georgia man walking offCerro congratulated on Cleveland's wisdom. and Mr. Hugh Craft, of McComb ask an ex the Mexican Mission, leaving old Belioving that wo can mnko it to your interest, would surely have been better had The friends of the Miesissippi river City, Miss. After a reception at the resiay patronage, from the age of ten Gordo Williams out in the cold. Alas! amination of our goods anp your fiendish period-simprovement have discovered that there is dence of Mrs. Mary Bowman, on 1th street, locked up in ft som- - and alack a day. Respectfully, TAYLOR BROS. -- to twenty years-b- een to the credit of the bridal party left at 12 o'clock in a a balance of $9,000,000 BiEc state similar to the hibernation of Wattekson has gone East and it is sus- river and harbor improvement, and, ac private car, in which the gentlemen came, pea- feetrs and toads and serpents and other pected that his mission thither ia to effect cording to law and the precedent establish- for New Orleans. Mrs. O. Beitly, Mis reptiles." There was method in a match between our bachelor President Uferons ed by Grant in 1S75, this sum is wholly at Bertie Boyle, Miss Mattle Fisher, Mirses iwrmadnesr, but had she lived till the and the Spinster Star-eye- d Goddess of Re- the discretion of the Secretary of War. Mary and Mildred Hill accompanied the unfolding of For Coal or wood. peecnt day and witnessed the form. Joe Smith, who pointed out Mr. Burke party to the Crccent City. un- the into the Sunset Cox, the end man of the Nation to Carey in Pbiealx Park, and afterwards This Range U Extra Itrirjr nl li GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. fttghtly and useless dude, she would have ot dread that ho Juniata Cl.r-romiJsottbo comatose al Houte, ia going to Turkey to make the turned informer, died Iron. Hat rait top ami Iront, wished for an extension of that Lancaster, would meet a death like Carey's. Kavan-auglaugh for the next four years. Sultans " WSaVwHrB vth Entice Wrought Iron Ikxlj ami iaLw TSLaLaM ' LaLaLaLV period beyond the age of twenty. Theie Warming also informer, who drove tbe carriaze The "Hennery" Is completed and eggs Otto. lntth m Oreo txttmli un Irr llangc. Automatic JflRLPtV. H SaH SaiH nitlrr HOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. classic proverb which throws BaBHi r ia an ancient Otcii ehelf Vctlonal Klre l.lnlnm in which Carey escaped after assassinating are becoming plentiful. plat, ami Cut Ontrrt. Nlcktl oUmelifiht on this question. If it be true Joe Gobs, the pugilist, is dead. is in a lunatic asylum. kating rink under the mar knol.i ami hlnpo ptm. oauia Burke, The roller Adjutlatlt that "whom the gods love die young," we Carter Harrison waa nominated by the The following appointments have been sgement of Prof. Cox, of Richmond, Va., litis ihelf ami all uioJcru lturute-uirnti-- . nv; tn thp averse0 e complexion 01 l.- u HKyD , democrats of Chicago for Mayor again. Cao ( arranged with HraUr fjr made by tbe President: Henry L. will open at tbe City Hall Friday evening roM tie survivors. Mrs. Mary Dsha, the mother of Mrs. for Assistant Secretary largely in this bol and Itox wattr. Pinkeye Is prevailing of Mississippi, or Heater extra. Water George H. W. C. P. Breckinridge died at Versailles. of The appointment of Snator the Interior; Wm. A. J. Sparks, of Illi- county. It doesn't confine itrelf to horses Pendleton to be Minister to Germany, in Mississippi specials say fruit and early nois, for Commissioner of the General Land this time however, but is attacking human H. many respects the most important and de vejeUbles have been destroyed by a heavy Office; Daniel McConville, of Ohio, Auditor beings. wmble of the foreign service, ia a 'severe freeze. of the Treasury for the Postoffice DepartCorn sold at $2 00 per barrel at Ben 81'ECtAI. AOl ST, Henry Ward Bsecher has declared for ment, and Sunset Cox, of New York, Min- Dunn's sale near town Tueday. A sorrel blow to the McLwn democrats of Ohio - - Kentucky. mid Johnnie tqueals like a stuck pig over a Southern man for President in 18SS, and ister to Turkey. mare brought $1S7 and a bay horre $125. NlHiiforri. Mr. Pen- - names Secretary Lamar. General Grant's doctors have consent- A large crowd attended. it in the Enquirer. He says that -gleton was after the English Mission and Edwin J. Phelps, Minister to Eogland ed to tbe use of red clover as a specific in Another impromptu hop waa given at am- is a prominent lawyer of Burlington, Vt , his case, while turning up their noses at it the Hall Monday evening by the German "his appointment is a sore defeat to hia Ger- about sixty years of age. Lition. "Mr. Pendleton was sent to as "an old woman's remedy." They have Club. A good crowd of dancers attended American hog to represent the The Attorney General has recom- refused to allow a specialist access to their and all seemed to enjoy themselves hugely. aaftay feel mended A. J. Goss, of Cloverport, for U. patient, because he would not give them Prof. Baughman's superb orchestra furnish abroad. He hardly knows whether to chagrined, but in his anxiety S. Marshal of Kentucky. .Hattered or the composition of his remedy, though he ed the music for the occasion. in public life is willing to accept o Three building?, including A. J. Gra could show cures of cancer, which is more The Kersey Combination played Lady TtVmz. Erer since the Senate adjourn ham's bouse and i'araber's iiotel were than they could do. Audlej ' Secret at tbe City Hall Tuesday DtaLSM 1)begear, burned at Lebanon; loss $8,000. ed Mr. Pendleton has been an office evening to a small audience. The acting WAYNES3UR0. LINCOLN COUNTY. Moses Citon, who murdered his wife aad by throwing himself on the generosity was quite good, that of Miss Fish as Lidy Drugs, Books, Stationery and colleague induced a near Morganfield, Ky., four weeks ago, his of Fancy Articles. Mr. L. G. Gooch is gone on business to Audley being especially excellent. After nf them to sien a petition to the has been found guilty and sentenced to the performance tbe troupe kindly tenderWhitley county. rncrlptloci accurately tornpoundftl. f "PCTnident. beseeching for him the English death. Squire E B. Caldwell's court day last ed the services of their orchestra to the A colony of colored families left ajeaion. It waa the subject of remark by and a hop of about two people present Tuesday with a large docket. Tuesday, for settlement in Kanbusy that the father of the Civil Service Business seems to be revived to great hours duration followed, which was prosas. They are tbe leading people of their extent. Staves, spokes and lumber are in nounced very enjoyable by the participants, law was the most humiliating of Mc The company decided to remain Wednes- The Largest Btock of Watches, Clocks, rf the many in this city." Outsideappoint- - race in that section. demand. Jewelry and Silverware Mr. Blaine expresses the opinion that and his clique, however, the Len D. W. CJdwell has repaired his day evening and present a minstrel enterBest of "Gentleman George" is generally the new Administration will be a success, house, which has added much beauty to tainment. Etct bought to thli marktt Prlcra Lowrr than the Iwnt. WatchM, Clocki snd Jawclry lu and that Mr. Cleveland means all he said the town. received with approval. Col. Wm. R. Doty, of Winnsboro, 8. atrJ on ihoit nolle and Warranted. and relatives in this laboring hard to in his inaugural address. H. W. Caldwell has moved his stock 0., is visiting friends The Courier Journal is A newspaper paragraph waa tbe means .prove that Sam Randall had nothing to do of groceries to his large and commodious county. Jno. 8. Marrs, of Louisville, came IT. C. BRIGHT. F. CBItHAN. Judge Durham' appointment, but of restoring to his friends in Maine, Capt. store room on the east side of the railroad. up to the Kinnaird Marrs nuptials Mon-dawith He returned to Louisville WednraJay. wwhappentohave ft straight tip, which Leroy Smith, who lived as a hermit near Mr. Harvey Ellison gave the young eecur-iagi- t. Richmond, for 12 years . folks a party a few nights since which adds Nelson Burdett Is slowly recovering from says he was mainly instrumental in The Cincinnati Democratic City Con- one more to the great number ia this vi- what came near being a fatal attack of tyfirst place he telegraphed In the phoid fever. Mrs. W. M. Bogle, of your the Judge to come to Washington and he vention nominated George Gerkefor Mayor cinity since Christmas. defeating Mayor Steof Williamsburg, waa the first to inform him of hia appoint-en- t on the first ballot, Mrs. Sallie Eites is very ill with city, and Mrs. were visiting friends here Wednesday. Mr. departure. Of course tbe phens, a victory for tbe McLean Kids. after his pneumonia and is cot expected to suiylve Williams denies the re- but a few days. Mrs. H. A. Estes, the wife William G. Barrett and wife, of Leitchfie'd, the mat-ta- r -- tarifl issue was not considered in -port that the office of Commissioner of AgGoodloe. IN- "lor the Judge is a pronounced Eli Estes, died on tne :uib. une gave Kv.. are eueets of Mrs. W. O. stump last summer riculture has been tendered him. The birth to twins a few days since and, they Miss Nell Dancan is convalescing from a every keeping up Senator like Phil. Thompson appears to be are also dead. Mr. Howel, of Somerset, light attack of pneumonia. Col. W. O. , lawitimed his abhortnee of Bradley is in Frankfort. Messrs. W. A taxation twenty years after peace had left. C. war waa here last Tuesday. A. Wood, manager of the Frankfort Durham are Berkele, James Duncan, and W. J. Kinbeta declared. Randall and DANtlLLE. BOYLE COUNT t. and the former seeing a Opera House, was arrested charged with naird are hunting ducks on Kentucky rivgnat friends attempted rape and fornication, and held Mr. Harry Flynn and Miss Stella Mc- er. cbanm to serve him put in a gocd word, over to appear before the county court next Afee obtained license to marry on the 23d WHITLEY COUNTY. WILLIAMSBURG, wbkfa seems to have been very effectual. Saturday. and Mr. Joseph us Brown and Miss Mallie defeat of TwieAVifl Arnus says: The Judge Middleton, of Mt. Pleasant, is A disastrous conflagration occurred at ANDCommissioner of In Covington Tuesday night, resulting in the E. Duggins on the 25th Inst. in the city.. Phil. Thompson for Mr. W. G. Dunlsp received a teleGlad to learn that Stanford is soon to tarsal Revenue, is not altogether personal destruction of a large part of one of the fin- gram to day from his brother, Mr. George Mr. Thompson, neither was it accom est business squares in the city. Ruttle & Dunlap, of New York City, announcing have another railroad. lo What about the creamery? We ate were the chief r.Kt,l nlinpether through Mr. Randall's Schlickman, the death Mrs. Amelia Dunlap, wife of tbe all private letter from Washing losers. out of butter and can't get a pound in aaence. A The third fire at Charleston, W. Va , latter. towr. that there was an undercurrent of tsoeays CONSISTING OF-- Bruce & Lee sold the latter part of last River low and a great many men are Kentucky influence which was tnrown in in a month, started from a boiler explosion week to Col. Tollman, of New York, a Tuesday, killing one man and setting the harness mare for $100 and a harness geld- out of employment in consequence of no tie scale. The defeat is particularly grave and reverend Senator, Ruffaer Bros.' wholesale grocery on ing for $150. Same firm sold to W. M, tides to bringdown logs and other materito that als. Jaeeph Blackburn, who eaw in Thompson's fire, burning it and the Hale House, valued Graham, of Sumter, S. C, a Uncle Pate Embree's 29 snows have appointment an opportunity to secure the at $50,000. Mambrino Hippy gelding for $200 and a fallen. As the clown said to the man who revenuelepsrtment of E. D. Clark, of Vicksburg, Miss., tho genuine plug ferS45. vast patronage of the was surrounded by ten or a dozen children, Assistant Stcretary of the Ike 8tate to strengthen his own position and Mr. A. P. Wilson has sold his stock of "How many of them got away?'1 4o advance the Interest! of his friends in thi Interior, who has been suffering from an groceries to P. Mannlni. Mr. Geo. LawThe work on Jones Bros'., new mill dates to be made up hereafter. The com- attack of pneumonia about ten days and rence has his boot making establishment in Is partly AT ALL TIMES A FULL LINE OF wide and sweep'ng. They was considered out of danger, suddenly re- the 2d story of the same building. Mr. Is progressing nicely. The frame binations were up and they are now grading for a side many active politicians and many lated and died Tuesday. eabraced Joe S Linney is selling off at rednced rates Tbe latest sensation from Rowan coun the stock of goods recently assigned to him track and as soon as completed their ma iaportant political aspirations. Yag-on- s. chinery will be shipped. ty is to the effect that a young lady of Clark The Boston Herald paradei the witti- county, Miss Qiisenberry, has been per- by his brother, E. B. Linney. A. J. Curd has entered into contract The remains of Mrs. Mary Weiiegar, & Gallagher, of Ohio, for cism of a college student aj original, suaded to leave home by an ex convict, and wife Joseph Weisegar, Sr., of Sumner with Wilmore but a diluted rehash of an- - old thfty are now living at which is the erection of a three story brick buildFarmers. The people county, Tennessee, are expected to arrive Joe Miller, popular some fifty years ago. are about to mob the fellow. ing on the corner of Main and Elenor here this (Thursday) evening at 3 r. M. streets. This building, according to plans purported to be the Tho original joke Mrs. Annie Wade, of St. Louis, wbb opening sentence of a sermon from the deierted by her husband after two weeks of Mrs. Weisegar was a daughter of the late and specifications will be very handsome Dev-,1.- " John Kincald an eminent lawyer in the and is to coat $12 000. text "The World, the Flesh and the wedded life. In vain she begged him to The minister is represented n com- return to her. Finally, despairing, she olden time, of Central Kentucky. Mrs. V. S Mall contractors are very bmv Weisegar, died of pneumonia and was ill mencing: "My friends, in the dis:ussion of leaped from Cabokia bridge, but preparing bids for the spring letting and wbb hethis subject we propose to pars over the roically rescued bv a young man named less than a week. The family left here say they think justice will be done them has-about fifteen years ago tnd have been liv- now, since Hsrry Dude Lymau U no more world, touch lightly on the flesh and Beale. ing ever since in Sumner county near Gal- Second Asiiitant Postmaster devil." General, aa fast as we can to the Elbert Fowler, shot by J. Speed latin. They all agree in saying he is one of the has finally Thompson at Hinton, W, Va., in a street UOI.U. .. iiowman, of franktoit, was Actino Gov, Hindman and unless he duel, has died of hi wound', which were here Tuesday in attendance on the Grimes meanest men ever in the postoffice departsreed that Neal shall hang and that in one or two rulings or hour, in tho leg. He refused to let it be amputatTurner marriage. Hon, J. 8. Van Win- ment, cbwgw his mind again at the llih cojtly criming ed, preferring death to hopping through kle has been in Knoxville, Tennessee, all discussions lost to the government $3,000 ,hat much convicted and the hands tbe world. Both he and his slayer were all week. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Harding, to $5.000. vill yield up hia forfeited life at What the democratic people of the counat 1 o'clock. John Bex- - prominent lawyers. v Miss Emma Weisegar and Messrs. J. G. .i. in. The following gentlemen have been and Malcom Weisegar have returned from try want is not that tbe Administration Barbourville, will perform the .ob, too, at George nominated and confirmed to be Envoys Ex1..11 ,i.,l rt for the murder of All tho above goods have been bought very Low and New Orleans. Miss Therea Worthlngton will continue sinecures in order to proin such cases traordinary and Ministers Plenopentiiry of has returned from a visit to New York. vide place for the greatest possible number owdon, always providing his mind. the smallest possible marign. Wo rethe United States: EJwin J. Phelps, of Mr. J. G. Adams, of Central Texas, who of their party associates, but that after the will bo sold hat the s.g.donotciange Vermont, to Great Britain; Robert M. has been visiting bis sister and other rela- useless officers are dispensed with the rewill accept Tub Richmond Herald of Maryland, to France; George II. tives in Garrard county, passed through mainder be filled with competent, honest spectfully ask an inspection and invite competition. compliment. Of course the for its flarriaburtf PaPendleton, of Ohio, to Germany; Henry R. town Tuesday on his way home. Mr. Ad and de.'ervlog democrats. for which we BRIGHT & 0UKRAN. and goods guaranteed. -- rone credit wm n accident, Jackson, of Georgia, to Mexico. ams is a son of the late JoneB L. Adams. triot, j &( pardon. Undek republican rule a ftvored colerlo Smi-?Slctltl2intcnorour- nH The New Groceries and Hardware House of I33It TAYLOR BROS. 3E3CXJS1,OTXr,VI31.IJEI. Our Hardware and Pocket Cutlery e, THE LION WROUGHT IRON RANGE, trj ltl xl b, Wk. a, - Mul-drow- W. HIGHNS, -- Twuf&fflMk &w$ PHARMACISTS. 1-- l,i -- :.;.. Pbj-tlclas- (mS) J. Nich-olasvill- office-begg- ar JEWELERS- y. BRIGHT & (MAN, reform-,ar,fcaving- DEALERS Groceries, Hardware, Queensware -- pork-packer- FARMING -- IMPLEMENTS, om-tua- three-year-o- ld newly-appoint- Furst and Bradley Sulky Plows, South Bend and Hamilton Clipper Turning Plows. Mitchell and "Old Hickory" Our Carriage department will be. full and complete with the best makes ol Carriages, Buggies, Surreys, Phaetons, Jayguar Wagons, Buckboards. We also havo a Largo Lino of Walking and Riding Cultivators. Solo Agents for Walter A. Wood Harvesting Machines. at V tn-da- Mc-Ls.c- ,hks Prices A Semi-MIcch- lii nterioronrnal March 27, TIME CAHD. ...12 45 1 M ... 1 W. II. HiauiNS has a few sets of harness at cost. RELIGIOUS. Eld. otinfoni, Ky., 188f3 Yesterday J. Q, Montgomery will preach at 11 was as lovely a day as ever Rush Branch church next Sunday at l, a Mall .LOCAL train going North. Bouth. Kacretilraln" Houth.. r. M. I- Horn.., ... '1 A.M. M A, It. It M. Imal ThoalKiTC ti calculated on sUudard lime. ulxi it 20 minute faster LOCAL NOTICES. tioUr Boy your school books from Penny A MoAllster. LANDnmii'fl Garden 8sed, fresh and gen ulne at Penny & McAlister'e. WAt'tiEa and Jewelry repaired on short ootico ana warranted uy renny tV .McAlis ter. A complcte stock of jewelry, latest stylo. I lock ford watches n specialty. Pen oy& McAliiter. Foit couahs, colds, &c., use Comp. Syrun of White Pine, in 20 nnd 50c bottle?, Prepared ly Mollaber ti & Htagg. Fatimeiui, Keaij This. Go to Dr. M. L. Bourne's drug store and Ret one package of rJam A. Clark's Hop Kerned r. If you are notsatiifled after using it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL TheBaITI8T8IN THE UNITED STATES. probably we would have There are 2.507,703 regular Bsptist comMiss Caiuiik SuHnEii is visiting Mir-- had to chronicle a serious altercation between two young men here on Tuesday last. municants in the United States, not inctud Annie Laurie Kiney. log the Free Will Baptists, A. II. LaFevue, the popular commer A young lawyer was most too severeon the people of the North in his conversation Baptists, or any of the minor sects. They clal man, was here this week. report 135,710 baptisms last year, and since Mn. Willie G. DuNjand wife will and a young clerk, who recently came here from Ohio, thought his remarks rather they do not practice infant baptism, each remove to HarroJsburg next week. baptism represents a convert. They conAIjw. Solomon LmiusKY, of Wil too personal and interrupted the lawyer by telling him in angry tones that he was a tributed during the year more than $7,000,-00liamsburg, Is the guest of .Mrs. W. M. Bo for religious objects. They have HI n fool, and the ball opened with the gle. institutions of learning, whose property and above result. Mn. C. S. Newton, representing the endowments foot up $10,000,974 They . HALLS GAP. LINCOLN COUNTY. Bradfield Kegulator Co., of Atlanta, Is in BnuiHT T. F. Eoglcman has lost sev publish 82 denominational periodicals. We have had two quite beautiful days ral cattle from being huckeyed. We are town. Their wealthiest institution is Brown UniMn. Lewis H. Ramsey, of Ltxing thinking of making an application for an versity, Providence, R. I., whose endow and it begins to look something like spring again. ton, la visiting the family of Mr. W. F. other dector in our town, the one we have nient and propsrty .amount to $1,877 023. The people are making considerable has gone to cattle trading. Misses Sallie Ittmsey, Next to Brovn the wealthiest Baptist inMrs. Buchanan, of Crab Or. and L'xile Withers are the guests of Mrs stitution in this country is Vasiar College, change in their home, Wm. Fields has t. chard, spent Wednesday with Mrs. A. A. Lucy Spoonamoro. Old Dr. Lewis wu in Poughkeepsle, N, Y , with property and en- rented A. C. Martin's property near the Mr. Martin will occupy the new resour town the other day. Mr. B. F. Eogle-maMcKinney. dowment amounting to $1,763,303. Vassar, i i back from the city Mns T. J. Fmteh nnd Mm. Adam where he has as our readers know, is a school for girls. idence which he hai just completed adjoin ing his store. Carpenter hare gone tb the New Orleans beenlnyingln his spring slock. D O. Biptlsts are more numerous in Georgia Mr. Elli'on Brooks, p. gentleman from K i position Kpoonamore sold his fine sorrel mule to a th&n in any other State, numberlnz there Ohio, ha, rented a part of Mr. John C. Mns Fhank IIauhis arrived Tues party Lexington for $150. 230,9'Jl In Kentucky there are 172,558 Hill's farm for cultivation this year. day from Chlllioothie, Ohio, to lain her CincuiT Court -- The trial of the Bush regular Baptist communicants, and their E der Gibson baptized Sunday evening husband here. boys and Ferrell for stealing a couple of contributions lat yeir to religious objects near Mr. J. D. Bistln's the following young Co... and Mu. If. F. Fellows, of mules resulted in their acnuitlal. Tho amounted to $2S2G8S01, an average of ladies, who professed at tho meeting at Mt. Springfield, Mo , are visiting their daujh Ursgg Brothers, charged with murdering $1.04 per member. Moriah: Misses Maggie nnd Maud Baetin ter, Mrs. Frank J. Curran. a negro, gave themselves up and their trial and Nora Floyd LAND. STOCK AND CROP is set for to morrow. LOCAL MATTERS. Willlsm Canwn'n Mrs. Thos. Eida, who has been very Twenty five btrrela of corn for sale for low with pneumonia since her return from case for the murder of Sim West was Kuwem. county sweet potatoes at Bright called Wednesday and a jury obtained af. cash. W.W.Hays. Arkamaj ia convalescent. Mr). Barker, of A Curran'. Rbt McAllster had about 15 fia e Crab Orchard, who has been visiting her ter 58 men were examined. An amusing Fhusii fih on hand at all times at J. T. scene occurred during the ailtctlon. One ewes killed by dogs Monday night. brother, Mr. S. Douglas, left yesterday to Harris' bakery. Reuben Williams bought of Ad. Cat visit friends and relatives at Harrodsburg. William Turnbullaaid that Mr. Rote Al- ford had attempted to disqualify him, ron, of Pulaski, 17 head of 000 pound Mr. Albert Oaks arrived here yesterday LAKbEUTU'j garden seeds in hulk at whereupon Mr. Alford was sent for by the heifers, at 4 cents. from Cincinnati to pay a short visit to his A Slice's. The Cincinnati cattle market is easy at many friends Miss Mary B osks, a atyle-i- sh aheritl to show cause why he should not be Kchsell county Braillllan sweet pot a fined. Of course the old man did not do 2 to 5 85; hogs are quiet at 3 to 5; sheep young lady and from Ohio, is hero vis. toes at W. II. IIIebIo'. so with criminal intent, but be was about dull at 2 to 4J cents. itlng relatives. The war-lik- e attitude of England to as scared a mm as ever appeared in court The Diba'ing So:iety met at the usuFnESH Fisu at headquarters Saturday Russia affected the wheat market at Chi al h;ur last Tuesday night and after electand looked in6nitely relieved when the afternoon, ti. 8. Myers. judge let him off with a severe reprimand. cago a few cents for the better. ing theneceee&ry officers proceeded to tee Gahden Seed, Onion Sets and Seed Po- The jurors selected to try Carson were: L. John B. Richardson has sold his racer, which sides could put up best arguments aa tatoes at Warren A Mc teal ft L. Dawson, J. D. Biitio, Alex. Traylor, J. Gold Ban, three years old, by King Ban, to which was the most beneficial to man Yoa will please call and settle your ac- R. Hail, J. M. Philips, Henry N. Ware, out of Cecily Jopson; price paid $5,000. railroads or turnpikes. After several ex P. P. Nunnelley bought of Jos. Mc C'llent speeches by Messrs. Dunaway, Ball, David Pepples, W. A. Cash, William count for 16SI W. II. Iligglns. . l Tucker, J. A. Singleton, William Bartle-so- Clary, 1 bay gelding for $110, 1 of R B. Wade, Boone, Napier, Martin, and many Mn. K. 8. IIooi has rented land at the Richard Burnett. Carson has quite Woods, $125 and one of Jno. Liebenaugh others, it was decided in favor of the turnJunction here for the purpose of putting up an array of counsel, Hill A Alcorn, Welch for $112 50. pikes. a laundry. To rent on shares, CO acres of No. 1 A Saufley and P. M. Mc Roberts. Mr. Married, on the 19th inst., near Bry barn, all improve To Annivr to day, 1 car load of choice Warren ia assisted by Mr. R. R. West, a tobacco land, fir.t-rat- e anUville, Ky., by Rev. W. J. Hollzclaw, white corn. Special price on 50 bushels or relative of the deceased. The evidence is menta furnished, boarding if required. Mr. Cutis Daly to Mis Lula B. Stone, moie. Bright A Curran. about the tame aa adduced at the examin- Address A. P. Van de Water, Stanford, both of Garrard county. ing trial. There was no eye witnesses to Ky. A vznY large rock fell in the cut just Hon. Jacob Thompson, Secretary of The potato lot should be of rich mel terrible deed and of course the remark the Danville Pike Wednesday night the the Interior under President Buchanan, made by Mr. West when he went down low soil, and heavily fertilized on the surwhich cause tne slight detention of a train. died Tueiday afternoon at his residence in with his pistol saying that he would stop face, and, if pistible the furrows should be partially filled with well rotted manure; Memphis. He was in bis 75th year. As I AM scarce of money, my terms will that throwing of rocks against his door, will and if the' ground be kept clean and mel Rough on'.IUU" clean out rats and mire lie. now be cash for meat or at the end of the be worked for all it is worth. Judge Ows "Rough on Corni" for Corns sod Bunions. Ifc. ley would not allow Carson's statement low a good crop may be usually depended week. Thankful for the very liberal Thin people, "Wells' Health Renewer" restores upon. heretofore I still ask a continuance. about the killing to be given and it ia only health and vigor, cures dyspepsia, ie. tl. A trip this week to Cincinnati, going circumstantially proved, yet beyond a "Rough on Toothache" gives Instant relief. 15c. W. F. Ramsey. by tho Cincinnati Southern and returning Ladles who would retain freshness and vivacity, doubt, that he did the shooting. All the The little boys are wild over the game evidence was in by 1:30 r. M. yesterday and hv the Kentucky Central, convinced us of don't fall to try "Wells' Health Renewer." "Buchu-palba,- " gTeat kidney and urinary cure. of keeps, showing that the desire to gambfe then the court adjourned till this morning the almost total ruin of the wheat crop, if rats, mice cleared Flics, roaches, ants, we are to judge by its dead appearance is born with the body. Parents should Me at 0 when the arguments will begin. out by "Rough on Rati." 15c. Maoy farmers are plowing up their fields to that the tendency is not nourished by per "Hough on Coughs," troches, ISc; liquid, Mc. MARRIAGES. For children, slow In development, puny and milling the game. plant in corn. WiNcnE8TK Couut. About 500 head delicate, use "Wells' Health Renewer." It. 15c. The marriage ceremony of Mr. W. R. "Rough on Dentin" Tooth Powder. Try The advertisement of Messra Robertson of cattle on the market, the best feeders Weakness, Dyspepsia, Sexual Debility A Klnnaird. of Danville, spcaki for Itself George, of Lexington, to Miss Nannie Jones, daughter of D. 8. Jones, of Mc- bringing from 51 to 5 J cents, fair feeders cured by "Wells' Health Renswer " 91. on our first page. This enterprising firm Mother Swan's Worm Byrup, for ftverishneai, brought from 43 to 5J, good yearlings sold ak a share of the patronage of Lincoln Kinney, waa performed by Rev. J. M at from $35 to $37.50 per head, good calves worms, constipation; tasteless. 25c. 8tlnglng, Irritation, all Kidney and Urinary county people and wo hops they will read Odenian, at the Baptist church, Tuesday, $20 to $25, mountain cattle brought from complaluu cured by "Buchu-palU.- " II. the 24th inst. at 10 o'clock A. M. Promptly 'what Hi hn' ' a nnd call on them brought fair prices, Night sweats, lew, chills, malarls, dyspepsia, at the hour a large and respectful assembly 3J to i cents, mules D. A. cured by "Welts' Health Renewr." To THE I'EOrLEOKTHE WEST E.VI). I of friends filled the house, Mrs. Geo. W. good horses from $100 to $125. cattle of My husband (wrllm a lady) Is three times the have fitted up an undertaker's establish- Jones rendering the Mendolsshon Wedding Gay bought 25 head of 1,000-lb.- , man since using Wells' Health Renewer." tl. ment at Hustonville and with a nice hearse March. The bride in cream satin trimmed J. J. and Wo. nodgkin at $5 35. B. A. If you are filling, bioken, worn out and ner-oand a full lice of handsome caskets am in oriental lace, diamonds, looked her Tracy bought of T. E. Wood 29 head of use "Wells' Health Renewer." II. Preralence of Kidney complaint In America; prepared to serve the public. J. T. Sutton loveliest. The bride's attendants were, strictly No. I cattle, weight 1,203 lbs , at sa quick, complete rure. tl. " has charge of the business B. K. Wear-en- . Mies Carrie Collier, of Louisville and Miss $5 50percwt. Out of a number of citizens inquired of Monday we find that Linda Coleman, of Georgetown, in pink NEW aDYKBTISEHEKTo. s of the wheat crop in the Tjiehe are six applicants for the Dan- cashmere, girnet velvet and oriental lace, be plowed up. Most of that ville Postoffice including one lady, Mrs. diamond; Misses Lena Coleman and Lock county will not plowed will be left on account of the McCreary is said to ie Daniels, of McKinney, in seafoam cashBawman, whom Gov. Democrat. sown on the ground. favor. We, of course, have nothing to ssy mere, satin and oriental lace, gold; Misses grass COUNTY. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN against the ladies, but if long and patient Belle Jones and Fannie McKinney, of Mt. of Wm. Catron pink cashmere, satin and oriental Henry Wells bought party service merits a reward, the position Salem, ought to be given Bro. Marrs, of the Ad lace, diamonds. The groomsmen were, a saddle mare for $150. We hope be T. A. Tierney, John Ross and Hugh The auction is over, the Bales amount iw(i.'c, who Is an applicant. STANFORD, KY., George, of Lexington; William McKinney, Ids to about $2,500, which we understand will be appointed. Com- runrxentithaBtitandiuoi.t Prompt-PayinJr., of Mt. Salem, and W. A. Flint, of Mc- will pay about 30 eta. on the dollar of Mr. n.ntn unil hti rates are very low. (live him f'Rocic Castle SrniNas. Mr. F. J. Kinney. Among the bridal presents were Howard's indebtedness, Ml call Campbell is making big preparations for a handsome set of furniture and sewing K. II. Bronaugh bought of J. N. Van-hoo- k the coming season at the above resort, ad- machine by bride's parents; a silver cake a cow and calf for $50 and one of ding new buildings and renovating old basket by Mr. and Mrs. George W. Jones; GeorRO McQirry for $35 and sold to Jesse ones, ne ia an old newspaper man and a handsome parlor lamp nnd Fox il heifer calves for $00. I II hare received and am dally adding to my stock and .Millinery of knows the value of prlnlei'a Ink. Besides globe by Miss Hannah Fair; water service 1 saddle a Splendid Line of which I Invite Ine latest to R. H. Bronaugh has a No. the ladles iaoit stylish g.ods, my general advertising in all the leading by Mr. T. A. Tierney; cut berry bowl and street, n store on Lancaster stallion and a fine young jck and oflera call and examine at newspapers ho will get out 5,000, 10 page Ice cream saucers by Mr. and Mrs. Adam their service at .prices that will suit the confident thai I can give entire satisfaction. and A DrtU'MaktEg Department is attached prosIdeJ over ty cumpttrnt Jadln folders, which this oflko if now preparing George, of L xlngton; china tea service by times. Call and examine (hem. JiJtb. MOODY JtdnltMX, bUnford.Ky. for him. 3.1 ra started in your pa Miss Naomi Jones; red, cracked glass Tho column lately who COL. MONTOOMEUY HOWARD, lemonade Borvice by Miss Julia Merrifield, per headed "Horseman and Horees" is suffered a second paralytic stroke of Nelson county; handsome oil painting quite an addition and should be appiecl and lost his mind, slipped off from his by Misses Linda and Lena Coleman and ated by the lovers of "thorough-bred.home in this county and came to town Lockie Daniel; lace bed set by Mr. and Jj Iwas going up the street this morning Tuesday with the avowed intention of go- Mrs, Lynch, of Lexington; a pair of fancy and eaw a new sign that attracted my at. ing to Louisville, but Mr, A. G. Faulkner linen towels Mrs.. John Good; a Bohemian tentlon, it read as follows: "Go up D steps overtook him in time to put a stop to bis toilet set by Rev, J. M. Coleman and wife. and turn to D left And Dir you will find Ik VaLUAIILE TO ALL! intended visit. Col. Howard is widely Immediately after the ceremony the happy Cheap shavin and liar Cuttin By Bob Will be mailed nrltfntl known and the deplorable picture that he party repaired to the Veranda Hotel, where Dake." . vi.nr without vu .u.vMv.- - w. mm ,.'.!.,.Vnnit rf In his present condition causes bin a sumptuous repast was served. a ordering it It contains illustrations, pncea, preeents After Dr. J. D. IMtus tells us be received and directions far Planting U He nor congratulations Ac , the happy party left kind reception at the hands' of our West many friends Intense sorrow. Vegetable and Flower EBD!s BULHS, etc. on the 2 o'clock train for Georgetown. II. F. End neighbors, many of whom pledged lives near Wayneaburg. of Anti-Mission 0 d-- gladdened a spring time. Thank tho Lord. o'clock m -- Rev. J. O. Randolph, of Danville, will BrroitE you buy your new carriage see preach nt tho Presbyterian church at o tho new light Columbus Ihroucho at Geo. nt 11 A, M. and 3 p.m. on Sunday D Wcaren'a. next, Rav. J. L. Smith, having been called As ouu partnership has been dissolved by agreetnent we wunt nil thou; indebted to to the pastoral care of the Crab Orchard us now to ootue and reltlo. Williams A Baptist church, will ptcach there next Sunday Instead of here, as announced in llimtcy. The Cincinnati fc'oulhtrn Kallroad ad last issue. Rev. O. F. Reld delivered a lecture at Tertises for bids to close the 20th, for tho the Methodist Church, Tuesday night, on arching of IJ.500 lineal feet of the Kings "China and Chinese; Their Customs, Ac," Mountain Tunnel with brick or stone. which was pronounced quite entertaining Drunken OrncErtfl. Wednesday night by his audience. as Deputy Sheriff Saunders nnd a guard Before leaving London for India Rev. were conveying a negro prisoner named George O. Barnes had a very superior phoBuclner by train to Taylor county, to tograph of himself taken and another with answer a charge of murder, both got tin his family in a group. Mr. Charles H. nldly drunk and the negro watching bis Ch)se writes us that he can rend us a lim opportunity jumped out of tho car window ited number of these which we will let our at a station below Lsbanon and in ado his old or new subscribers have at 125 cents escape. The drunken officer should be each. The retail price is 60 cents. We can made to suffer the highest penalty for his also furnish the English edition of God's conduct. Love Storv, (The gospel according to St, Ml Fkiht. But for the timely interference Ruth) for 25 cents to our subscribers. Hub-tonvlll- him their cordial support, for which he returned his thanks, and hopes to be ablo to visit them again before the primary election. The boys have organized another club in town which is a very popular one. The title is "The E A O. Club," E. A O. being short for eggs and onions. D. S. Hardin is president and never fails to get away with less than 2 dozen at a meeting, although he presides with great dignity. Our debating society is a success. The question of debate last Monday night was, "Which has been the most destructive to the interests of Kentucky. Whisky or Firearme?" arguThere were first-ratments produced on both sides, but the judges decided the day for whisky. The popular manager of the Springs property from one season to another, Mr. J. C. King, and his handsome young bride, will probably leave us in a few months to, make their home in the fir west. We would be loth to giye up so good a citizen ae our old friend and school mate has proven himself to be. Miss Annie Holmes is visiting friends in Stanford this week. Mrs. Capt. T. G. Moore leave! today (Thuredar) for New Orleans and a visit to her sister, Mrs. Dobbins, of Alteno, Fla. Mrs. D. K. Farris, who has been quite tick for some time Is much improved. Misi Maggie Lje Saun-der- r, ol Stanford ia visiting Miss Louana James. Mies Addie Folger, of Bryants ville, is visiting Miss Sallie Fish. Miss Lizzie Gormley is taking in the New Orleans Exposition. Miss Aurelia Parsons, of the county, is visiting friends and relatives in town 7 Xaadies' and Children's SPRiG SHOES The fact that we have sold more Ladies' and Children's fine Shoes since January 1st than ever before for the same period is convincing that Bennett & Barnard and Williams & Hoyt made a line, of goods in style, fit and fineness second to none in the market. We Have Received Our Spring Goods In French Curacoa and Kangaroo Kids in the New that is now the Shoe in the world fort. Come while plete. for solid comsizes are com Jo. de-pi- n Flexible Sole most popular ts BRUCE & M'ROBERTS. New York n, Early Rose, Burbank, Beauty of Hebron, Peerless Seed Irish Potatoes SI bed-bug- s, Ne-To- ua and ' u, Buchu-palba- Onion Sets, three-fourth- FIRE INSURANCE. g at T. R; Walton's sV jjsro- oyc.iiiXjiFS, to IKEillinery ! Corner hand-paint- ed Main and Somerset Streets. . " 1855 51IWir.w -. tll yr 'NOW 1 LAY ME." MAJ. F. D. RIGNEY Tho New Postal Laws. Look, Read and Remember JU jrjis.i trrn fg'M -- THATTho changes in tho postal laws which go Is a Cindldiito to succeed himself In the 8tato "Now I ly me ray It darling " subject to the anion of tli- Democracy "Lay me," lisped tlio tiny lips into effect July 1, and which wero incorT. Of iny daughter kneeling, bcuding, ta nttll nn lianil with 5 choice line of dker and March 27, 1885 porated in the Postoffice Appropriation Dill Stanford, Ky., O'er her folded linger tips. Dread, fresh at all times. Alto n lieth lino of, W. P. McOIsAHY chit fly through the effjrts of Cannes It. TallTsol nil kinds I am alto prepared to Uo "Down to sleep" "to sleep," she murmured, Is a candidate for representitlTOOf Lincoln counbaking for customers. All orders for Icing and Skinner, of New York, ssys a Washington ,l?tutsVILLE''1s''HVILLE flKtti ornamenting executed at abort notice. The Jury System. ty, aubject to the action ol the democracy. And tli curly head dropped low; ins TM 1 Icdianapolis Journal, do not J. T. HARMS. "fW" t '! pray the Lord," I gently added, was telegram to the "I The jury ejrstem, when devlted, THB GREAT seem to be understood, in spite of the ex" Vuu cau aay It all, I know." BRIGHT JOI1N ideally perfect; through various stages of planations which have been published. "Pray tho Lord" tho word cauie faintly, Is a Candldato for Iteprteentatlvo of Lincoln counalleged Improvement it has deteriorated, ty, subject to the action of the Democracy. After the first day of July next the rate of Fainter still "wy soul to keep," axrsucNTS until now it ia utterly wcrthleo when left s Then the tired head fairly nodded, postage on all letters and all mercy of lawyer', as 'it usually is. to the And the child was fast asleep. JOHN II. MILLEK ays the New York Hour. Trial by one'a mail matter (that is all mail matter sent Lout Title, Ky., Cincinnati, O., and Indianapolis. But the dewy eyes halt opened Is a candidate 'or representative of Lincoln coun, . undersell or containing writing) will be 2 uocnr own peer was the bisis of the system. In ty In the next Leglalature, subject to the action Ind ., dealers In Stelnway A Hon., When t clasped her to ray breast, Maine ', J. A a Flsoher, Voo A Bona , uaiuwio. a of the democracy. uare judo rones: were almost cents for each ounce or fraction thereof to tfcwe days soldiers and sailors rvi rVittsru. ITnrliht and rl And a daar Tolce softly whispered. Khnnlnnr iml Hamilton Orratu, .!.!. the only men who ever left their homes; any point within the limits of the United "Mamma, God knows all the rest." to Instruments suld at price, and lorma you suit purD. PETTOS DR. States or the British possessions to the get our chasers. Don't glTe your orders till tb great majority of intelligent men Danville, Ky SHADOWS FALL. prices and terms, ERE THE TWILIGHT North of us. This section reduces the rate It a Candidate to represent Lincoln county In the always at or near their birthplace; next (neral Assembly, subject to the action ol ounce in Speak no angry words at parting, tho Democracy. they knew every mtive from his youth up, oa all letters more than one-h- alf JVT in Leare a smile and kits tor all; and strangers were so few that they, too, weight just 50 per cent. Drop-letterWlltiotit Change and villli Speed Unrlialel Death may beckon o'er tome loved one, service is in HON. A. G. TAItBOTT were well known, Any men selected for cities where the shadows fall. Ere the twilight SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE la a Candidate for Senator In the Dlttrlct compos jsrr duty were sure to be acquainted with operation, are charged at the same rate. OrrojiT Couai-Ho- u And you'll nod when home returning, FROM LOL'ISVILLS TO Tilt ed of Boyle, Lincoln, Catey aod Oarrard. subject Letters mailed in country offices, where accused aod accuser, and to know tho to the action ol the Democratic party. Election That the face you most will miss DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY, there is no free delivery service, and which Qrst Monday In August. character and habits of each; to have form Is the one beneath the dallies, That you one day failed to kiss, Meals are served at all houu. Game atweyi on ed an opinion wan no bar to jury duty, are simply to be placed in the boxes, may and In lis season, oyatera fresh fish, and aim-liJUDGE TDOS. W. VARNON handdellcacieaserTedlnall itTles and on abort PI DP Without chaogs to Beitherwerelany personal relations but be sent for.l cent for each ounce. After A STREET ROMANCE ImliO Kasbvllls, Msmphls, IWatau-ranpostmasters ot tbe tbtrd-clas- s unexpired term cf notice. Lookout for the !gn ''Woodbine i.ii(i nock, Montgomery, Atlanta, Savannah, Is a cardldate to fill out the that Iboee of consanguinity. Intelligence did juiy i and call when you are hungry. Judge E. W. Brown, dee'd, as Count r Judge of Pretty girl jugDiie, una iiis urisaas. not disqualify a man from serving as a is, those whose salaries are less than $2,000 Lincoln, subject te the action of the Democracy. '. n x.isosMiKZJiKn rotf Bo tweet, so nice! Danville, Ky. August, 1SS3. Election BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA jnror; on the contrary, it was supposed to and mote than $1,000 per annum will be BudJcn slips In Palace Cars Without Changs allowed a certain sum with which to pay Upon the Ice; specially commend a man. b'crearu f terror, rent for their offices the amount to be fixnow-- a days no man But in the United College. SHORT LINE TO THE EAST For Rent Hotel and Bar-RooDown she goes Frose Louisville la rlac Cars without change. 8tatM is tried by a jury of his peers, nor ed by the Postmaster General. Newspa Vltlomol em8TANFOHD. KY. At Rowland Statlo-- i (Richmond Junction) Ky., his personal acquaintances, ncr men of per mailed from the office of publication hose. broidered FMin.RAPJTC Seeklne homta'on the from May 1st. next. A good garden, Ac, attached. ClfllUiinU 10 line ot this road will For particulars addresa me at Stanford. Thlt Is intelligence. An American jury in a crim- will be sent for 1 cent per pound, instead Youth observes receive special low rates. lha only bar at that paint. With Full Corps of Teachers, See Asrsnts of thlt Cnmptny for rates, routes inal case is as stupid a body of men as the ot v. cents, as at present, ine same ap and laceu, The frills THOSIAS Fi: It II EL. Ac., or write c. P. AT MOH, G. P. L . A. Fancy note and This Institution will open IU Fifteenth Besslon combined ingenuity of the lawyers on both plies to newsdealers. It ia also provided " toulavllle, Kr. on ths lit Monday In September neat. Other graces; marked copies may be sent out at the sides can make it. Every man who is sum that NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Sudden mash moned as a possible juror is closely ques- same rate. One of the most important ALL THK BRANCHES OF A Oh, feeling sweell All persons having claims against W. (J. Greer, tioned by one side and then by the other; provisions of the bill is that which authorHelps the maid-E- n lata merchant of Moreland, Ky are hereby noti- THOROUGHENGUSHCQUnSE to her feet. any knowledge of the prisoner disqualifies izes the Postmaster General to prepare a fied to present them to me at Moreland, properly special stamp of the value of 10 cents, Bedly, redly him. An opinion already formed debars proven, on or before the Itth day of April, ISA,, Art taught, at well at Blushes she; him, although the lawyers well know that which, when attached to a letter, in addior send thera to my Attorney, Wallace - Varnon, Kindly ayinpiTIIB IiANOOAOEB. Stanford, Ky IT. IIVtiTOS, tion to the regular postage, shall insure what most men call opinions are mere J. Trustee W.O. Green MTJBIO. 1NO AND 1'AIMTIWO. DBAW. Thliet be; March II. It delivery of the letter if addressed to any Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. that the least bit of pertinent Then along the 8treet they go, evidence or argument will overcome; in town or village containing over fout thouTh only line mnnin Married In a deed, so little faith has the court in the sand population, immediately upon its arISO In ta PULLMAN NEW Month or to. In Tuition, price, range from 913 to SLEEPING 0AS3 tenacity of opinion of the men finally se- rival, at any time between 7 r. m. and midrnmary, iu, jniuiDeuiau ular Lteparlmenia. Til AT HACKING COUGH cm be to quietly 143; Preparatojy, SiO, and Collegiate, ISO. lected that it usually prohibits the reading night, the pay of the special messengers cured by Shlloh's Cure. We guarantee It. For of newspapers and any conversation, except employed in the delivery of these let- sale by Penny A McAlltler. For full particulars, u to Hoard, Ac, address with jurors, about the case in question, the ters to be taken from the amounts received MUM. N. . TKU:hi:AKT. 1'rlnclpnl, yaoat Buck fen's Arnica Salre. auuuofd, unooin uo., r, fear being that the impressions made by from the sale of the special stamps. Lei!lHTlllC,CsUclunH.sHUtlX,CX The beat Salve In the world for Cuts, Bruise., 0t counsel will be modified. With the men r lujCton, Ky., V. --r Mrs. Manning is the handsomest lady in Sores, Ulcars, 8alt Rheum, FeTer Sores, Tetter, Chapped Handt, Chilblains, Corns, and all 8kln ordinarily selected no man of the Cabinet, Mrs. Vilas the prettiest, and Eruptions and positively cure Piles, or no pay recares to serve, so it is customary to avoid Mrs. Endicott the OITTT. cleverest. Mrs. Bayard quired. I it guaranteed to glte perfest satlsftc-Uo- r jury service by admitting that a positive has lived here so long Connecting In tame depot with (kit trajnt for ey relunled. Pric2S cents per box. Plreof Emma ManleT.Dob Pate, Florentine, Doubt ormc and is so beloved that opinion has already been formed. Ac, Ac, will make theseuonof ISSJat my sublet she needs no adjectives, comparative or for tale r Penny . McAIItter. TSF&-7near tjltulord, Ky., E. H. BURNSIDE, 3sTsOirl3L- What cau not lawyers do with a jury An Editor's Tribute. otherwise. Mra Hendricks has many old from which intelligence and decision of AT TWENTY DOLLARS. Therou P. Keator, editor of the Fort Wayne (In friends here and is popular, and as SecreWoll - Known The Direct Route to Lynchburg:, Dan This Old dlana) Gazette, writes: "For the past fire years character have been excluded? Evidence, St Msrtln Is ooeot the most distinguished sons ville. Norfolk, tary Lamar and Attorney General Garland hare always uted Dr. King's New Discovery, for Hotol Still Maintains ita good racts over good of Imp i'haetou, winning skilfully twisted as it leaves the mouth of are widowers these ladies form the Cabinet cought of the most severe character, as well as lor horses at all distances, and a few of bis colts on High the witness is still more distorted by the at tbe front His Ail Virginia and North Carolina the AMD coterie. Mrs. Manning is tall, (lender, well those of a milder type. It never falla to effect a son, turf In I8SI were all aen olds ol tbe Doubt, wasoneol tbe Wit FointA. counsel on both sides The lawyer con formed aud graceful, and was by peedy cure. My Irleuds to whom I hare recom- sear. bt. Martin ia tbe highest a thorough- Proprietor it Determined that For tickets and further Information, apply txt.fnun splenmany mis mended It speak of It In the tame high terms. Hat- - litxl borse, suudlngover lo'ia nanda aud coiublnte- It it Shall be Seoond to no Country ducting thelpro'ecutlon may, for the time, your Resrvsl ticket office, or add ret. taken for Mies Frelinghuyeen the night of Ing been cured by It of every cough that I hare dldly poporlloDl, kind aa Unib W.J. Ilasn, v. K. AKKOI.n. t . a i ha rnAII I A1 Aliii.l aI1ai.h . . .0, courr, r imp. Hotol in the State in it Fare, wool oi r.oaiaou anu America. A J vert I.I nit Agt, Ticket and Prte. Agt the inaugural ball. She is a bride, and has had for Are years, I consider It the only reliable ine I'haeton, first dam Tokay by Imp. Yorkshire; sc- .., Lcuisvilu, Ks aaa ion rtli Appointment, or Attenbut bis term lasts for only a year or two. " (!srtlflu's Zlogane, extremely pleasant manners. Mrs. Endi- - and sure cure for Coughs, Colds, etc." Call at ond damHlrMiss Martin, by dsm Oabrtella by 6lr " !f S.1 r,, to Comfort of iti.i.i:k, tion .' Archt) third A McAlltter'a Drug store and get a Free (son of and he knows his jbiequent career depends Penny Oen'l Maoaor, ,.n r,. , i ln'I Pass'r Ag3!. Archy, fourth dam CalypM, by Iklalr, firth dam their Gueiti. is iau suu iiKut ia ogure. one nas Trial Bottle, Largcslsegl. Ulrhmont. Vtrslnl . upon the skill he displays in his address tun (dam of ontenti'irii by Imp Dare Devil sixth brown eyes, enow white hair, and a voice so dam Lymes' WIMalf, ..Tenth dam llcaJIIls, br while in office, so be seldom exhibits more Very Remarkable Discovery. aid from IlitlA Maeklln's Kcranaught: eighth dsm MchIoI- - llascaf e will be eoavryed toaeroramodatl t he de clear and eentle that the Puritan Fathers oes free of charge. Keerlal Mrs. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchetter. Mich r bin; ninth dam by Imp lloblnob i.ntb dam by conscience than the counsel for the defense. to Commercial Travelers. The liar will dam by Imp Valiant aod their Yorkshire twang seem mythical writes: "My wife hat been alinoit helpless fcr Ave mp Jolly Hanger alway taaplled with tkt choices! Frequently he creates much sympathy fcr twelfth dam by Tryall. Thus It Is seu that his Mies Bayard is extremely popular among years, so belp.csi that she could not turn over In hloil Is enriched from tbe sains fountain that was eraadior Llqaers and rliars. the accused by trying to extract mountains 'illtio-tJrKH- H Lexlng'on the grtat race horse and greatest the foreigners, speaking two or three lan- bed alone, She uted two bottles of Electric Bit- aires, and dtenco?, Yorksblr- - and Phaeton re-of Hemic." of guilt from mole hills of evidence, and ters and It to much Improved that the Is now able nowned In the turt histories. I have put his TraJ.M.tb. JU?RKY'N Nl'KCIFIO, 8hortest and Quickest Bouto from Oeu guages fluently. f Washington Dipatcd. to do her own work." Electric Blttera will do all yJZv?i thus, for prospective gain, weakens the at tbe low figure to oblige my friends and traJ Kentucky to all PoinU North, (treat English Keniedjr, flsfss( neighbors and to Justify breeders al distance in T lllic la claimed for them. Hundreds ot testimonieanse of justice The defence then proceed ut, West and Southwest. A distillery has lately been put in op- that rending to him, aixt would take a few good marcs their great curatlre powers. Fait Lin. Between Is a positive cur. for Weak Uetno-r- j, tobelittieall lestimany that bears against eration in Charleston, S C, for manufac- als attestlottle at Penny A McAlltter'a. Only fifty on tbe shares I will also staod at the ssme place Power, Nervous cents a Lou of my com blued horse. LEXJXUTO.V A 01.VCI.VtV ATI sVjJ2p Kxbsustlon, llrain Hemlnal their client; they quote copiously from the turing oil from pine wood. The material of rchedu'e In Kfict Oct. II. IMI Impotency. and (ieo.ral What You Want to Know. proceedings of cases that sometimes bear is subjected to intense heat in sealed retorts Organs, Power ot the (letierattv , -e Everybody wants an honest anawer to thlt rs.rdisease, that follow u a "Sk and all bo resemblance to the one before them, and and one cord of it is said to yield fifteen Taking, ouenoa ol jouthful Imprudence ot qucitlon: What It the belt medicine to reguAnd my Norman hone, they envelope and dilute everything of im- gallons of turpentine, eight gallons of the fxcraol matured years, tueh TrJ..Sfrr. late the bowels, cure coatlreneat and biliousness, aa Universal Lassitude, Paltr Id the portance in a mass of verbiage so vast that oil. fifty bushels of char-coa- l, bacx. DlmncM of Vision, Premaone help the digestion and glre strength to the whole ture Old Age, and m toy otrerdls-eaa- e. the jurors entirely lose perception and hundred and fifty gallons of wood vine system' People ask ui thlt every day. We anthat lead to Insanity or Conawer, Parker's Tonic. It Is pleasant to ths taste. iti Memory of the salient points of the evi- gar, and a quantity of inflammable gas $12 RO TO IN8UIIJE. sumption In all cases of Fns!e All the children like It. Mothers praise It. It Grata and feed furnished at reasonab'e rate, bu WeakneMlhe Bpeclfic acta like a dence. The mental strain to. which a' stu and vegetable asphaltum. The oil alone will save a thousand time its cost In every fami- no responsibility (or accidents should anr occur. chtrm, restoring lost or fading Tig er. ctTtne to tbe era a brilliant pid jury is subjected would be exhaustive is wcrth about twenty five cents a gallon, ly. I -- S'mmSSS-I ItorJVjsstertiArgut. VI also hare for sale 17 ytarllog Mule, and IC and tparkllnf bcautr, to the cheek, even to a panal of lawyers. thoroughbred Calve. tnerosy wooomotneaiiu. and is used by painters and ship builders. AfttrTaklag. McRODEUTfl STAGG, TS'S'O'OrS'o H. Ml. HA VOII.HA X, sWMurray'aHpeclflels sold by all Drugglau at Finally, in a murder care, comes the ap Apart from its commercial value, the pro- the Druggists, who are lw)s looking after tbe 2Mf Stanford, Ky. iPBBsaa ft per package, or six packages fer FA Also by peal to a juror's conscience, his sympathy, cess is interesting as showing how modern Interest of their customers, hare now secured tbe mall, rvxtage free, on receiptor price. aurFall particulars In pamphlet, which will be his manliness, tie is told what a dread-fn- l chemistry is able to supplant those old de- sale of Dr. Boianko's Cough and Lung Syrup, a remTO HAVC HUUH THE UYtR MUST Bt KIPT IN 010(1. MM E58J8'8S63S mailed free to every applicant. Address all comedy that never falls to enre Colds, I'alot In Hit thing it would be to nend an innccent structive chemical processes by which a munications to the sole manufacturers. iTMSitthrtTTI Chrtt, and all Lung Affections. For 'bbbb'BB XBVBD CO.. JtVtilt.ty XKDMUISRCity, Mo. man into eternity. By this time the jury-aae- n single article was produced from a given try a free sample bottl- - Regular proof Coughs, Kansas t r ' ...' f W cents sits i! Sold In Stanford by Psnny A MeAlister aod all feel a if thy were themselves on the material and all the rest wasted or ruined. and $1.00 Drogglsts everywhere vere of dissolution, and their verdict is Abtiicb Prrxa A Co., Wholesale Agen ta, 1! I Irs CDltE FOR mUKs. Loulsvflle Ky. f IBBBBB Miss Middy Morgan, who does the cattle usually a compromise between justice and are frequently preceded by a sense of tlsb - L. Files ,0 MOOU o. apathy and consequently entirely contrary to market reporting for the New York lima, In the back, loins and lower part of the abdomen, W. OHIO & MISSISSIPPI law, which require of them rnly 10 deter It considered one of the cattle sharps of causing the pttlent to suppose be lias some affection S t Si S M o mine whether the accused is innocent or Gotham. She is fifty years of age and gets ot the kidneys or neighboring organs. At times, SBBBBB B3 BeIbBBBB symptoms of Indigestion are present, aa The Direct Boute to guilty, and, if the latter, to specify the de- $100 a week out of her business. Her bus- uneasiness of tbe stomach, etc. A moisture, like 5T iness compels her to be out at night, but she perspiration, producing a very dliagreeoble Itching, .- - q gree of crime. a Jig o carries a revolver and more than once has after getting warm, Is a very common attendant. It is not the duty of the newspaper press ?2???3??!2C,f7SS'C3 to devise a substitute for the jury system, shown that she knows how to ue it. This Blind, Bleeding and Itching Tilt ) leld at onre to tbe l',.':".,?! U"Csl!tl.ts si.tlli e..M4 br . T.-- J4 ton. Northwest and Southwest by the way of JJIII.rMi, application of Dr. Bosanlo's Tile Remedy, hlch acts j.Si but it iiimpouibls for any journalist not queer woman has accumulated a fortune of directly upon tbe ? 5 U S I8SE.8 lp pirts affected, absorbing tbe lh.bow.lf. puriv. ,.b'-J- , .n4 .lr.n,tt.,nf II,. .,.!, LOUISVILLE or CINCINNATI. She is very much respected and Tumors, alia) log the Interne u to see and say that the system as. now ex- $00,000 rf s, Itching and affecting a Ull pro,. II. m.rlL Alj itMlgln U .u rM t. i.p.ul a The young journal permanent cure. Trice CC cents. Address tbe Dr. I! I I is doomed, and that, until a remedy Very much let alone. isting Leaving Chattanooga lor and Cincinnati make Bosanko Medicine Co., Tiqua, bblf Sold by McRob- tsrllle 1UOUIIH is devued, lynching and outbreaks will ists who are thrown into her company have f.MWCU direct tonnectlon at thoee points with the Lightnever had the audacity to make love to rts A Etagg ning Kxpres- - on tbe Ohio A Mississippi for tit Boston Traveler continue! Si s m nvo P liuls aud all points West. her, and it is more than likely that she will 170K 8ALE.- - Thoroughbred Cattle, Cows, BB i HBBBB BBBBBB Among the effects of the high license TTMnifi Onl from Louisville or flncln-Irririatcml. John (I. tr. E era and Bull always remain single. HUUI !i nail to HI. Ixuis, being two hours lQBOB-- l 0Df,-le- k Allster, UustouTlIle, Ky. law of the State of Illinois may be cited quicker than any other line, giving our paasengers F E OHLY TRUH Sft55S8 -for meals aud flrst choice of seat. In trains time A remarkable conversion is reported. II, ui increase of revenue and reduction in S I going West. lie number of saloons. The tax yields the Hegard, Professor of Philosophy in the STORE ROOMFOR KENT PSBBBB BB 3B 12Hours Quicker Jon?,.h4bDyJ. OMMM municipslities of the State per University of Copenhagen and chief apostle A Tery desirable atore-roo21x70 f.et, next Ine going by way Mf Chicago. II oor tothe Natkiul lUnk la tjtaalnrd. annum, and the number of saloons has of atheism in Denmark,is no wan humble dis 013 Recently remodeled and gret'ly Improved. Ap- fcaenreJuced from 13 000 to 9,000 The ciple of Christ. "The experiences of life, "he pi to 'SB BBBB jt. rr tf Stanford. Ky. liquor irtCic pay a revenue in Chicago of says, "Its sufferings and eriefs, have shaken e u u u tsw tt S S a tii Always make. 51,090,000, which is an eight-folincrease, my soul and have broken the foundation Sa8SS8e8lSfie?ffiS88S aufl'a'asj Con o s sj"o though there have been GOO less saloons upon which I fjrinerly thought I could aeBESs EBiBSBB BEoBE contributing to the tax. The experience build. Full of sufficiency of science, I With all Linos at Mgsfc. sjea. rJheiskSjx V FACTS RECAnOIHQ tJ othfr cities U said to have been more or thought to haye found iu it a sure refuge MaYNVIIXK IlItANSJII, toe similar; and the tact that the law, from all the contingencies of life. The il8t. Louis and Intermediate Points. Ku. 01. Noani-IloCNwhich has been in operation about eight- lusion is vanished; when the tempest came Ually Dally No Ferries! NoOiiiulttitHTraiiH-fern- ! It will purify and enrich tlio Bt OOD, Ex. Buo. Ex. Bun. een month', ha not disapp3inted its auwulch plunged me in sorrow, the moorings, tb LIVURand KIDNEYS, anu Kcktoiik Till ui IVl'JOHof VOUTIZI III ml tlinsj Ltb Covington. thors appears to be indicated by the entire the cable of science, broke liko thread," 2 00 pm dlfi.ni.. rC'iiiirlrienciTinliisnil eniclen 10MC, " Islington .... c,i"c)a.lv U) ,hi a uotof Apiiut.to.liKllmti-tlon- , wj put Conuectlootiuada In Union DfPOl. tit. LOUIS. absence of the question from political con" Paris . I.u k nr Klri'iiirtn, etc . Its uso It niarkol 8 15 a ia 5 20 p in with trains of lines going West, Northwest and Arr Mlllersburu.,, "Yua," said the honest larmer, "I know with liuiiiuillato ami uomkriul retulli. Ilniu-t- , o su a ui o S7 p South we. t, troversy in the conleits of 1881 The tax niuscli'Sniid nercs recche new force, Eiilheui " Carlisle 9 00 a ui' G 07 p in 11 you are West to anr toInt. call on or there are people what always puts tie bit; tue luliul uud tiipplk lliuln 1'unrr. " Johnson U ta a ui 7 uo ti , on whisky saloons is $300 and on beer saB wtlto to the undcrtlgued. iiiflirlnu Irom all comnlatntt It CttiC no'Ului totl.tlisuXMllinudlii " Maysvlll. 10 SO a m 7 43 n pi a.,)lcs at the top of the bsr'i, but I don't " For lull and reliable Information In regard to loons $150 per annum. TONIC nf sfouild silLeily UK. IlAnTEttB IltON Land, Ac. In the Weatern States, Maps Uuidos "That's right," exclaimed the deacon, ad to. Si cure. It Kit e. a lenr and healthy coniploxlnii. u. SI and lowest special rates lor Tickets and Ilouaohold ny In tlio tuIiio of 1)11. Tlio etrnnirvst Da r Dally A Great Scheme. "No, itr, I gannod mirtaitly. ''I have always tried to conGoods to all points West call on or address IUiiTKii't litov Ionic is iliut frequent attempts Ex. Bun. Ex. Hun at cotintcrfi llliipl aw onlv added to tliepopiilar O. II. ALHOP, drust you for dot pants " vince folks that that xcrt o' thing don't pay ItyoftlioorlKlual. Jf j on 1. nit slly Ueslro health Lre Msysvllle. Passenger Ag't Ohio A Mississippi Railway. 3 a in 1 2u p d ANU 1IKST " Johnson long run " "If they'd go to the city Tbe floe Imported Norman stallion will make the do not "Why not, Mr. Grindstein?" in the Ilarrodsbunr. Iv 6 so a m I S9pn Di.a.uo.1 'Mnn rjur ulcirftMloour -looi'r. tiarur noOIC." " Carlisle W. W.PKABODY, W. B. HHATTUC, season of ISM at tbe stable of J. M.Wray, at "Pint 7 2t a ni a 43 put DnEABI Bt,I.il Jlo..for once in a while they'd learn something. I Cottage," "I'ecause you never vill bay me." (len'l Pass. Agt, " Mlllertburg. Prs't and tien'I lMan'gr, 1J, miles from etuuford, a ui a ii'j pm I toll or straotnaua tsrui loivrmatioo.ii. si C. W. l'AIUH, entral Passenger Agent, Arr Paris "I know, but I've got a scheme by which always puts my big apples at the bottom On. HARTcn'o Iron Tomo 13 for Oalc oy au " Ixlngton Clmlnnatl. Ohio, It 10 a m S0 83 p ra 10 a m. (0 piu AT 815 NEASON, you can make some money." of the bar'l " "Thai's the way." "Yes; " Oivlngtnn xn. ml aitnin Oa $.'5 to Insi'rk a. Colt. you see people has got bo suspicious that "Vat ish dot?'1 from Kuoxville. ur,0TK,TTraI'?0.3run,l,a1' Cbampo la a dark gray, 17 "You konw Goldsreckel, your rival they 'most always open the bar'l at the botand Loxlngtou to Covington. hands high, weighs A. BTAHTOIID. KY. Train No. 1 runt via Lexington and Paris, and and la a year. 'Id the 29th of May 1,000 pounds acroM the street?" tom not Tla Winchester and Paris next. He Is of floe style and action, good In tbe "Yes." dally loins, well ribbed and large body, with d THE INTERIOR JOURNAL W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor Train No. 0 It",bUt except Sunday lxtwoen Ui The horrible BUtTerini' of cattle in Kan shoulders; bead and neck well set on. He was "Well, if I tell him you truated me for Knoxvll" fn"UtoMU Imported by O. W. tjtubblrfield A Co., of BlxeofBUige,t20xS0, Eight comnleto sets ol Boen-er- y And tho Louisville a pair of pants he'll trust me for a coat and nas ia getting into print. It consists of HI., September II. IMI. Beating capacity, Including gallery. 000, We Reasonable ratea to good attractions. Address vest. Don't you see? A coat and vest are starvation and fretzlng. Tbe ntteama have young will alto atxnd at tbe tame place our fine Courier-Journ- al Jack, worth five times as much as a pair of panto. ueeu iruicu iu iuu uouooi una cattle, in One year for only (istwo pipers for little You'll lose only $1 while he is losing $20." "ruslling" for water, have fallen on the ice, more than the price oi one. V' -.CnndCn!ng?oJp:rcU:,n,,' "Veil, on dose gonditions you gan have and, too weak to rise, have fn zen by hun- At 810 for nl.lt list; Colt, Boston Is a beau SELF-CUR- E tlful black, uy, band, ulgb; was foaled Novembei By paying ut S3 you will receive for one year ThrouBh tickets and baggagn checked to der banls." dred?. Again, in a wind, cattlo bunch in 10, 1879, ana It hy West End, he br anr l, tbe Warrior, hli your home paper with tbe prescription of one of tin destination reached bv railroad. must noted and successful specialists In the U. H B.FD.MOIUJI; W. II. WIIITTMMEY, Famine is reported In tlm back coun- big herds for warmth, the weikeat being dam by Jim Porter, first dam Shoo Fly,by a Mam iceprnwntatlve newspaper of the South, democrat(now retired) for tbe cure of Atrvum OrbUitu, aud for a tariff for revenue onlr, and tbe bet, Henl ties of Weet Virginia, and people and stock driven to the centre and crushed to death. Pasture furnished at reuonabln rate., but will brightest and ablest family weekly In the United iMMtHanhfa, elopoVec. Druggists iftnty. Oil It, in plal u sealed ent can not'be responsible for accident. sbo.Jd anr occur, Htatea. Those who doalre to examine sample are perishing of starvation. Heaps of these dead cattle dot the prairies. copy of tho Courier-JournMint On. WAHD a CO., UuUlina, Mo. can do so at this offlce 1VRAV X) WAKEFXBLn. Jeneral Manager, jn. Pa.' Ay Ben-M- J. HARRIS 803-2- i is jTiii-- im J. 3FI. first-clar- I. II. Baldwin A Co., i. l'ott-offlc- Waters Through Trunk Line J. Masonliolmor's Restaurant life Itouto SOUTH & WEST t" .-- m Stanford Female a j mmm imi it. East I- Kentucky's MODERATE. Stallions for 1885. TERMS A SOfjDTEAIN WASHINGTON - self-respe- ST, MARTIXtf- SersWtel, STANFORD. KY. and Imputation, Propr m .... .. C LI.I sr-Tir- e, wSvj aim-pi- JOE AISDATiliAlf m-B- pine-woo- d PHIL J3HERIDAN, Ww sriisi' liL lis feMMWI 1 Iff. Mil 200-Iy- rJ il !c38ti a I I f.ati-Icnc- 0M(Q)Ii3TO St. Louis & tho Wost MI71.' in i'fril,firi Heir-C.lvr- a. U -- r. altos', ! SrisROfl II fVlkt dPIU 3S8 d CHAHIPO H TONIC 1 exDorlinviit-irettliuUllluiHAL O. & M. neotious 3-- 0 0-- Fast Time and Suro o-a tto.t lam III!-.iX- 111 rJOUTll-Boi'- 1 !i o i Till; Onuifl Conibiiiation OPERA HOUSE, mwp now-a-day- s. Bloom-ineto- Weekly Courier-Journa- flFfMLE FREE! WiiSSS lfciand al I