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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885033101 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. Stmt Hettli littefiof unfit al M YOL. XIV. . STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1885. NO. 9. szpiR,i:isr3- r LisrisroTJisraEnycEisrT I t. BOBMM o:f 5 -i & KIMAIKD terns. DAWVILLE, KENTUCKY. f w Wo solicit tho trado ot Lincoln and adjoining counties, knowing that wo can offer inducements in variety, stylo and price that will at onco merit approval. We display this season the Largest and Finest Stock of Goods ever oj this side of tho Kontucky River. The fact that we have the confidence and tho trade of our nearest neighbors is convincing proof that wo offer inducements not found elsewhere. We would have you note tho following linos, wkiek wo havo in largo varioly: Tricos, Satin Berber, Cashmeres, Dreto Do Alma, Henriotta.Nuns' Veiling, Albatross, Ottomans, Irish Poplins, Buntings, &s., in all tho now and fashionable shadings. The ceilings and decorations are strikingly handsome. Any one Our stock of Window Shades is enOur stock of Jerseys is large and complete. Wo have them in Plain Black, tirely complete. Our stock of Beaded, Braided in Gilt and Black. This comfortable garment will be DOMESTICS largely used this season and we have a stock that will meet the demand. Is always full and complete. The best brands of Bleached and Brown ShirtiSILKS. ngs and Sheetings, Cheviots, Plaids, Prints, fcc, are to bo found in oc FANS. In Silks wa have a complete lino of Black, Changeable, Foulards, Brocad-od- , Wo display a stock of Fans that can not be excelled anywhere outside of house. Theso goods are strictly staple and are sold at about the samo price, in Gros Grain and Surab; also Brocaded Fronts, very handsome In Ginghams and SattoenB wo can suit any tasto, as wo show an unusually the largo cities. We havo them in all shades, styles and prices. A full as- everywhere, and we do not pretend to sell them at lower prices than others, sortment of Parasols and Sun Umbrellas. but our customers can always rely on getting them from us at the lowest poslarge stock. These goods aro very attractive in colorings and fabrics. DRESS GOODS. broidery Net, Wide Laco for making entire drees, Lace Curtains, &c. JERSEYS. bo suited from our well selected stock. ww " ' L Shopkeepers' Tht Ladf Wat Too Much for Him. The Law and the Lawyer. -The lyatem of marking price on good IMMENSE S1O0K OF- "Going ftt?" he inquired. One of the chief obstacle now a days to Br8iw. in general uae among retailer i for each Ob, an awful long way!"' she replied. the administration of exact justice in crimWritten for tb Interior Journal. "How sweet and childish!" thought the nal case ia the ambition which impels Gramlpn alt on hU front porch, in his to adopt a word or term which eball conL- w!r HC email lawyers to seek the conspicuity that TZ ttHf mmS accustomed place, ami no one know of tain ten unrepealed letter to correspond gripsack man. with the numeral. Thua, for inatance, "How far are you going?" is the ordinary reward of a successful de what he' thinking M he alt there Jay by "Obi away ofl." fense in a criminal caae. To impede the day. He has looked on the eurroundlng word: "To St. Louis?" administration of justice, to create aympa nearly all hii life; the field and ecenea 12 3 4 507890 TRIMMED AND- "My, yes, and further than that." thy fora depraved and devilish criminal, to wood and streami are jmt the line, bat The coat of an article ha been usually am awful glad. I'll have your com- befog the popular judgment, and confuse "I oM The home li old marked on it, the aleman knowing what grandpt hu iulf on to add; but thi plan la toning In popular- pany a good while, and I know we aball be the public sense of justice to do theee t39, Ilk It mitltr; tain things successfully has until recently been the hlale, the chlmier lain II hut ity and ia being replaced by tho better great ft lends," aid he. "I hope eo," she replied. deemed an infallible method of securing lUei in that rnuw for mr thin tulf a I method of marking the selling price. Km "You have beam, don't you?" suddenly distinction at the bar. The eort of distinc centurr; he hvl bnught hd youa wife ploying the key ward "anchorite." an -- ATasked the drummer. tion achieved in thi way, however, baa hU hotly of chtl then and hvl article marked, tay "a. i. o ," would indiceased to be regarded a enviable. Proba 'No. Iused lo have, drea there Ai fir a the ee otuld tee on cate $1.75. Some merchant have both "Ah! never mind. I'll bj your beau on bly the most successful practitioner of thwe ng mer- cost and selling rate marked, in which erery IJe hit been hi; netroe wttlth and cms the two are separated by a line, the this trip. Now, tell me your name, pleas " acta in the West is T C Cimpbell, of Cin- rily at their work in hU d "Matilda Matilda Haw well, it used to cindati, and, yet, we doubt II there la a OjI coat being on top and the selling price un granip ' honor and hsjiplnei w.r jack leg lawyer in Kentucky that covet ALL PRICES AXD STYLES. of that home hi chlldr i want with their der. Humorously inclined individuala not be Hawkins, but it i Jordan now." "What! You are not married?" tbe reputation which that notorious per huabanda and wive, and It hid bten an infrequentlv get up a key word or term "No! I poisoned my fifth husband the sonage "enjoyi." a a practitioner at the wylum for tbem and their children, when which would make customer umile were back widowed and ead. They they aware of the contrast between the other day, and oh oh! you look so eweet. tber cime l"!,7 had ttken hi wife out of that home and myaterlou cost marki and that from which You look a if strychnine would make such a beautiful corpse of you. Come, al ends, in the same proportion he e&crt-fi- e burled her. they are derived No little ingenuity ia now, won't you marry me?" hi own claims to popular confidence The war huthed the song L i n groe inng displayed in the selection, but after the The drummer excused himself, and tbe and esteem, and impart to his own charoften unrepealed letter there ia and no longer ther brlnr in tbetr children It It not true that tbe Czar of Russia tent the Mikado of Japan to buy Dr. Bourne' atock of of erenlnsji to play their little trick jutt to nothing wanting but so simple orthography jolly Pontlac girl and her beau, who eat acter a distinctly criminal taint. No real- Itan Oil to greaae the Biltlih llon'a Ire. behind pretending to be asleep, laughed ly geat lawyer ever attempted or desired aee "inirttet" laugb. Hi land bay moit that the foot of the speller in the aaleaman It It not true that the Sultan of Turkey tent the Kban of Tarlary to boy his supply of New York to corrupt the administration of the law. of them piwed Into the haad of itranger, claas may have no inducemen whatever to all the way to Bloomington. from Bourn. Mayeville Etgle. e. cost mark ia Dispatch. and the staoke from their chimney curl up go wrong. The It It not true that the Ciarlna and th Sultana lent the Czarowltz to buy their Cotmetlca from where he Intended poor, dUappoInt the only one known which does not employ Wala Cattle Thief. A an inBmndiko A Lesson in Grammar. Brother No! neither the old Ruula nor Turkey gal can get tbtm. Bourne wanta them for the Lioesla edjold man that hi children ibould lire. the alphabet. It may be understood by atance of what goes on in Morocco in the lace Gruelle: In what grammar did "measgame di- present day, let me relate an incident which les" get to b) a plural or for that matter out county ladlea Hi memory hai all gone wrong, he doesn't drawing the ordinary ttttat-to- e Tbe KnedWe of Egypt, the Sagamore of the Sioux, the 8acbem of the Choctawt, tbe Yizlerof agram and making the figure begining at has juat come to my knowledge. A man of what grammai? -- Louisville Democrat. eeem to understand the present and know the Uoapodar of Moldavia, nor the Paaba with hit three houetalla can buy Bourne' lair nothing of the recent peet It is only the upper left hand (pace, then to the right residing at Feronet, aome mile from Brother W. H. Munnell: Turn to page stock of Medicines, Faney Articles, Eyehelpeis, Mixed Paints, Stationery, Ac, Ac. Ha wants what occurred loag ago that grandpa re- aad repeat until tbe nine space are filled. wa lately accused of having stolen a 43 of Bullet's Practical and Critical Gram- for bit home trade. collect. When you go to aee him he Ia this device x t substituted for the bullock from one of the local authorities, mar, and you will find the anawer to your lie wanta tbi m lor tb fair ladle and gallant gentle&een, th tweet cblldrsn and. dear gr ptik to you and then forget jou or "nought." Toexpree aay $1.59 by tbe who, actlog a judge in hi own case, gave query, as follows. "Some noun are used ot our own county. Drag; i lie wanta them for you, gentle reader, that you may find anything kept In a the hieroglyphic would be an L an order that the supposed delinquent in the prual number only; a, annals, think you some one eUe. He thlak hi wife it elite and hi children all am ill and with the horizontal part run directly oppo- should have his eyes cut out. The horri- thanks, riches, tidings, sweepings, tripping, at M. L. Bourne'a New Drugstore, Stanford, Ky. e that they site from normal; a square; and an L set ble sentence was carried Into (fleet, and the vitals, entails, wither, asset, clothes, ashee, i surprised an J troubled to are giown and that hi wifedooi not cime wrong end up, a good deal like the email wretched victim wa then led into Tetuan cave, calends, nonce, ides, fireworks, nup under by one of hi relative, in order to have tials, suds, orgiee, victua's, obarqule, when he calla her. Well it la for the- - old boy' aketch in hi school-book- s that Unit, which rob them of o much, which he places the caution: "Don't iteel medical advice from an European doctor meaales, mumps, hysterica, rlcketB ' take away alio the power lo eutler acute- thl book ml onest frend for feer the gallua who baa settled there. Asmay be supposBreckenridge Nw. ly; if not, how could the olJ men endure will be.your. end." It will be observed ed, the case was beyond tho limits of A very good Virginia recipe for caring it a he el U Md. think. Nobody know that thee characters represent the parte of science, for no human power can ever which may be used in Nothing the tit tat toe diagram in which the numer -- ANDhow to tympathlu with him. eight to those empty socket; and the ham andsboulder', tbe same jjroportiooa for a smaller quantibeal 1, 5 and 9 occur. -- Pittsburgh Time here inlereat him; hi thought itretch poor fellow who Buffered tbis ehamtfal Take for one thousand pound, ! yond it all, Into eternity. Hi wife will he cruelty, and who haa been up to the pres- ty, ia this: Boston. The Infine salt, th'ree pound of .tifriirrio Pokeuin three peck of and hi kindred. It will all be right there ent lime the support of a numerous family, draw-pokf gallon of ha taken a ia aaltpetere, or Furniture, embracing evA Full aud complete again. How little aympathy between the tellectual game of condemned to hopeless darkness forever powdered firm hold on the dweller in cultured Bosmolafses, two tabtespoonfutsof red pepper. erything from the OhcHieHt to the Finest Sullen. S young and the old! We may pity and be This ia only one sample of a aerie of atroand rub well need to go to the lance cities) to make your purchases, no mutter understand ton, and tbe teaching of the Concord cities continually occurring in this coun Mix all together thoroughly, gentle with, but how can we of Philosophy are for a time for the fresh aide of the ham and hocks what quantity or quality you as can and will duinave-angraodpa7 The deoolate heart, and vagerii School ty. (.Tangier Letter to London Globe. gotten. Our special correspondent write 8moke with hickory chips, and throw prices you-caebtaln elsewhere, freight being added. Almm of agil II ha Rone back to hi youth he recently overheard several fair Mrs. Augusta Evan Wilson, the novel!', a few pepper pods into the fire with tbe a full assortment of Collins, Caes, Shrouds and Robes, embrtM and l a child again and a a child death us that daughter of tbe Athen of America indulg- haa one of the pleaaantest home in Mobile chip. lug all tho New Styles, both cheap and expensive. Wur find htm when it come, end we keep his ing in tbta pleasant pastime, when the fol- The house Is aurrounded by a grove of live The prohibition convention, which nut opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky spectacles and hi hlMe,mtrked all through lowing dialogue ensued: oaks and thicket of camellias, the latter be at Louisville last week, did the handsome where be read, and the cane, worn to Anaataaia la it my aunt? Oa, yes! well, ing Mrs. Wilson's favorite flower. She thing by Dick Tate in tendering him a money could not unioolh by hi hand, and there' a solitary check. Breckenridge place a white camellia at her husband's Fox chase next August. buy these seemingly worthies thing, for Clylemnestra I will bestride your des- plate at table every meal. "And be ha New, they were grand paV titute of eight, dear. never," ehe eays, "been without- - a flower 8LEEPI.ES3 NIGIITd made uilaerahle by that while Commiioner Ben Ilutterworth, Proserpine Well, draw your cards, al any breaking of bread in our houio i. terrible cough. Saitoh' Cure Is the remedy for granted a patent to soniethrewd girl. I will remain Patrick. of Patents, since we were married, now sixteen years you. For sal by Psony A McAUtter. fellow on a canva corer for tobacco-pla- nt MllUcent-W- etl, I will wager a half ago." Positive Curo for Piles. beds, who I endeavoring to collect a roy- core of check. The successful casting of the leases for To the people of this county we would say that alty from all planter using uch cover. Anaataaia- -1 behold you and elevate you the great Lick telescope bus finally been we hare been gt Tenth agency of Dr. MarcMal'a In certain eectiona of Kentucky this idea five. guaranteed accomplished, and they only need polish- Itallaa PIlo hat lone been in force, and those using the Proserpine I fear that you Rre feigning ing now to be ready for use. In looking to cure or uioaey refunded Internal, External, canvas cover psretuptorily refuse to pay to posses more than you really have, but, Blind, Dleealog or Itching Pllei. Price 60 cent through this telescope, tay a San Francis- a box. No cure, no pay. Penny 4 McAUster, any heed or money either to the pttentee nevertheless, dean, I call you. , co paper, it is reckoned that the moon will Druggltts. The Aeheville(N. C) Citiitn announce a Anaatajla I have a homogeneous trio of be brought within thirty miles of the earth Wires and Mothers. Daughters, like determination upon the part of plant acerf. and that discoveries will be made on that We emphattcally guarantee Dr. Marehtal'a er in that aplendid tobacco tejlon, and the d Milllcent And I a 2dBIlHEalSSSSSSSaSiHHtiri1SSBr' a female remedy, to cure Fecial Diseasplanet to solve problems that have heretofollowing from a Danville, Va gentleman lIURh. es, such as Orarlan trouble, Inflammation and fore been held to be unaolvable. indicates a concurrence: "I uted canva Ulceration. Falling and dltplacemint or bearing Proaerplne While I bold a quartet of Barrenneu, Change qn tobacco-be- d a early a 187C, and got knave. Kentucky must learn true humility, down feeling, IrregaUrlttle, many weaknesses Daytoa Steel Plows, Champion Steel Plowi, Champion Sulky Plows, LiiMM of Life, Leucorrhaa, beside from a Northern piper, giving dithe idea Milllcent Well, dear, then you take the modesty and sweetness. This getting full nrlniiln from the abore, like Haadacbe, Bloat Stone Plows, Lone Star Plows, Bissell Chilled Plows, Gale Chilled and ceramic.-Chica- go rection how to use cloth over hot-beRmb!er. of whisky and garlic and pounding on the ing, 8 plual Weaknoaa, Bleepleasneas, Nervous de , Plows, Maysville Hill Side Plows, Malta Donble 8hovel m cold frame inetead of glass. Advise your table will not do. Let tbe Colonel and bility, Palpitation or the ueart, Ac. or saie vj Prloci SI and ft 80 per bottle. Send and pay no roy The jury in the case of tbe three Judge observe how-thplanters to use the canva meek and lowly druggists. Plows, Mtnkle Double Shovel Plows, Halls Donble pamphlet, alty to any one." The patentee will prob- Wyntt brothers, on trial at Richmond, republicans keep their place. They aiy to Dr. Marchltl,Utlca,N.Y., forDrugglata. free. Penny McAlltter, Shovel Plows, Minkle Pony Plows, Hall's ably realize more disappointment than charged with the murder of Henry and nothing, and behold how well they get For sale by Young, Febury 9, 1884, failed to along. Oestrof that Sigh. wealth from hi effort to imj.oe upon the Crrua Pony Plows, Malta Cultivators, The next time, Kentucky moves up One may feel that he 1 getting old, but h natLou. egree.i ' The jury wa out three day. shrewd people in the tobacco State. Pennsylvania avenue let It attunfc iU voice urally dislikes that anything about hit appear. No end to Plows I All kinds or Plows I Plows or all sizes! Ptewat Times. to a melUfluou tenor and make sure that anceihouldadTlteotberiof the lact. Yet noth-lo- g all Prices! Plows Iroiu 2.50 to $50, THIS IDEA. OF COINCJ WEST does this o effectually as thin and falling tho next office that it lay hold of la not Dr. HOSANKO. FOR SALE BY bul-net- a or New Slexlco, for pora air torelitre hair. No woman wanta to marry a man and Thl nam I'.i Ucoiuo to familiar with tho mott to Colorado nilled down. Chicago Herald. Comumptlon, It all a mUtakt Any rviitonaulenmn a man who ihow flrma beeltate to employ of pvojily tlironjliput the Unlte-- State that It U Cough anJ Lunj Byrup for Parker' Hair Baltam la worth to liartlly urcriiary to tto that ho li the originator of would ua Dr. Dotanko's The White House has been so often this fatal sign. u all Its firit stagta. It nncr fait great Dr. ltoanko'a Cough and LuntC Sjrup, Conjumptlou you, In thla regard, mor than Its weight .In diathe Also dealer In Buggies, Carrlagss, Surrejs, Sprteg Wagww, Fam WasjtM giro relief la all caiM of Coughi, CoIJi, Bron. painted that the white lead upon it is said mond!. Uae It and bare plentllul and glossy hair. Hid jopb'a Utorlt6 remedy wherever knon, for to are ot chltta, Taint la the Cheat ami all atfctlona that by actual measurement, nearly a Many have had every trace ot graynrt removed UancstlBg Machines, rJanters, Harrows and all kUds of lfarmlag to be, l aBVctlont I'ounht, CuK Centumptloirend primary to OoDtuajtlon. Trice; W centi and mM spot covered by using a tingle bottle. tlis Throat an J Jjungt. Price 60 watt aad 1.0u conil Jtre.l Bold by HcRoWrt A 8tagg. quarter of an inch thick.ana tl.OU oM bv MclUbsrtl A Staw. -- You should not fail to see our Block of Wall Paper before decorating your India Linens, India Plaids, Real Linen Lawn, Dotted Linens, French homes. We havo given this branch ot our business special care and have Nainsooks, Persian Lawns, Laco in large variety, Laco all over, Allover Em- - purchased this season Ten Thousand Rolls of entirely now and beautiful pat- GRANDPA. Price-Mark- WHITE GOODS. WALL PAPER. sible prices. Give us a trial; we are satisfied that we can save you money. ROBERTSON & KINNAIBD. 1 Anchorite wALL fl gnn fU BEADY FOR THE "WAUL! M'EOBEETS & rilt but" l, STAGE'S. SUKSS:: Things that aro True andThings that are not True. tM spring-Medicin- es fnac-Boum- tfcat-Sutl- Te-tua- first-cla- ss B Ik WEAFEiV, Hi UNDERTAKER, Hruuiu JDealex- re-to- re in Fuiiiituie Parler er one-hal- rut, I y PLOWS! PLOWS! Olntment-emphatlc- ally Bobert-appendsge- d at MacUij, - Mrs. Mary Warren returned to day A. O. Wood was acquitted at Frankfrom Louisville where she has been spendfort of rape and fornication. began yes- ing the winter with her children, Mrs. Dr. The London Circuit Court terday with 8 murder cases on the docket. Halloway and Mrs. 1.8. Kalfus. The sale of Mr. H. E. Samuel's house Twelve miners were killed by a fire- keeping goods took place Saturday evening. damp explosion at McAllister, Indian TerMr. 8. has sold his residence and will for ritorv. atock-tradof Mont- the present board at OHcher'a Hotel. William Jones, n Mr. Geo. Cogar, of this place, and Miss It is said at Washington that the offensive gomery, blew his brains out Sunday, withANNUM 83.00 partisans who hold the offices of Collector out any apparent cause. Lydia Puyno were married Wednesday at When pall ittlctlr In Jtdco. II we hTO to for this, the Lexington and the Ocnsboro the residence of the bride's pirents In Mer " wait anr time, 82.BO will bo chanwcl. RELIGIOUS. Districts, are to be displaced at once. cer county. They are now absent in New Judge Owsley has gone to Washington to Baptist meeting at Hopklnsvllle Orleans. The W. P. WALTON. Dr. D. C.Tucker will soon return from see about bis chance. closed with 33 additions, 33 by1 experience Marion county to practice his profession and 5 by letter. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. lias miny friends in "Circuit Jodoe Owsley paid us a pleas Prof. J. W. McGarvey will deliver his in Dinvlllo. The Dr. THE NEW GllOGEIlY AM) IIAKIMVAICi; HOUSE OF dropped dead lecture on Palestine with stereoptican Boyle county and is a favorite with his mat call a day or two since and during the Madison Pigg, of Laurel, medical profession. . eeaversation it turned on Gov. Knott. An of heart disease. views, at the Christian church here, even- brethren of the Miss Mamie McDowell gave a receppen paparlay before u which charged Miss Lelia Henley has been appointed ing of April 17th. that official with running off to avoid the postmaster at Cloverport. ' Dr. Guerrant is holding a meeting at tion Friday night to Mr. and Mrs. A. E. responsibility of the Neal case, and we ask There are 2,200 vacancies in the small- Charleston, S. C, which had resulted in 107 Hundley. It w.-- a very enjoyable affair ed the judge his opinion of tne matter. er postoffices through the country. Ml, Sterling and was attended bv quite a number of the conversions at last accounts. "Some of the newspapers friends of the young couple and their hoa He replied. The President has requested the Sen- Sentinel-Democra- t. teas. Would tl Jly ilc your attention to the Cict that tli7 hare juit rvturtml from the rltlra with a Utfe bare been very unjust to Gov. Knott. I ate to remain in session until Thursday Counting those confirmed in the Cith-oli- c Progressive, euchre patties are the popfr.ah and well iclected atoek of CIIOICT. kaow the man too well to believe that he next. church, the total additions to the city ular amusement here now. Mrs. W. 8. would dodge any responsibility. He had The boiler of the steamer Mark Twain churches were over 1,300 last week. More gave one Wednesday and Mrs. W. Tall decided when he left to let the law exploded near Memphis. Five persons than 200 will be received at various Rowland G. Dunlap one Friday night, both of which take its course against Neal, knowing ai were killed. Many of the revivals rartetr, datntx In qualltr and aatlrfactorr tn prlcn; tbli we urantrc. Our aim shall te churhea were much enjoyed by those who attend Id endlcn most men of intelligence did, that every-thia- g Cincinnati has decided not to have an continue this week. Courier Journal. at all timet to mrply rry want In our line. ed. had been dope to prove his innocence Exposition this year, the last having proved Drs. McMurtry, Johnston, Dunlap and LINCOLN C0UNTT. HUSTONVILLE. oad no evidence had been forthcoming. so costly an investment. Mr. L. Eddy have called a meeting of citiConslitt of the Standard Ilramlio! Europe and America, Our Jarc Una of Cooking bto loeludn There is not much sentimentality about Alexander McCne is to be solicitor of Saturday is horse show day here. zens to be held at the cturt house thejiutly celraled "Great Weitern llrmTe" and minf other family Uvorltn. Our China, (tlau Got. Knott; he looks alono at the cold the Treasury; another of the offices coveted Bennett Cloyd, Jr., suffered a relapse (30th inst.) to consult on measures necces-sar- y and Quteniwaro itock romlitain part of Table, Tia and ChaailxT compute, (Dataware richly cut facta of the case, and while he may possi by Phil Thompson teems to have eluded his Saturday night. to protect the town from cholera the andetched. In tho way of Drmdttufli wo name Iluckwhpat Flour, the queen ol all tribes. Our "bly be led to soma extent by his friends, grasp. On Saturday Mrs. Moran, daughter-in-lacoming summer. Would it not bo a good brattd Patent '(1. M." Flour urhallol for nW and putry, while ltleo and Hominy, our own patripopular clamor goes for nothing with him. Thomas Nasi, the great caricaturist of C. F. Morau, died near this notion for adjoining towns to take similar otic product), arrayed aa faithful adjancta All lliedellraclM In Kor.lgn and Domestic Confections of are hare Tin, Stone, Wooden and Wlltowwarr, Klrclrle Ijnipa, Stationery. Canned Meata and Frulli happen to know personally that the Harptr't Wctlty, will give an entertainment place. precaution? and a complete line of Clgara and Tolacoe Well, tbli la only a bint of what we hare IWIIeTlng Mrs. Jane Williams, mother of W. R. health of Mrs. Knott, who haa always been at Masonic Temple, Louisville, next ThursMr. R.'M. Durham, of the Boylo Na- that we can make tt to your Interwt, we confidently aak an eiatulnatlonof our Roodt and your patronWilliams, died in Huetonville on Sunday day night. delicate, was such as to imperatively Uftpectlully, tional Bank of Danville, desires to be un- age. TAtr.OR ItROTUKKS. The democrats of St. Louis nominated evening. a change of climate or her and the derstood that those who circulate the reRev. Randolph, of Danville, preached port that he is to leave Danville and take a Got. acted as every true husband should in David R. Francis for Mayor, upon the cburch two sermons in the Presbyterian adopting any suggestion for her improve-saee- t, 1S2J ballot, after an all night's session. position with his father, Hon. M. J. DurJordan Taylor, colored, who murder Sunday, to large and deeply interetted au- ham, at Washington, do so without any The agony is over. Lt. Gov. Hindman ed Sally Saunders in Christian county diences. entertainment given by the ladies authority from him, and furthermore that For Coal or Wood. The granted no further reprieve in the Neal last October, has been sentenced to death. ic no truth in the report. Tbla Ilange ia Extra Henry and it of the Christian church Friday night is there So far from being dissatisfied, the rank -' case and at 1 r. si. Friday, that noted ujwaaBflvaHBnHHjBBVajiBjejeBgBjaMHHBBMaair1Juniata Char-foA number of young men in town have made nf the irry lattop and tront,il high commendation. Iron. Itai raat criminal was ushered into eternity with a and file of Kentucky democracy love Cleve- spoken of in terms of aS SKSaHv handomely fitted upa room over Robertson with Entire Wrought Iron Holy and Financially it was eminently successful. Oven. Warming lie on his lips, for the last word he utter land most for the appointments he haa not which they call "Thorn Club entire lenrtti of (Hen extendi under ltange. Automatic The net proceeds are reported at some- & Klnnalrd's Louisville Times. ed were those protecting his innocence. It made. twice a ()en Shelf Actional Fire Lining Hall." It is their purpose to meet thing over $100. and Cut Ctntara. Nickel name plate, There was a free fight in the Ohio Leghaa been over three years since the three with music and knolit and hinge pint. AdJuataUe The writer war. out taking meteorologi week, and enjoy themselves fiends, Ellis, Craft and Neal, outraged, islature the other day started by the literary exercises. Mr. L D. Cox, is Pres aide ihelf and all modern Improveobment!. murdered and burned Fannie Gibbons and irrepresible and drunken Allen O. Myers, cal (help Keller to set up that word) Can be arranged with Heater Tat Murphy, Vice President, servations on Sunday evening between ident. Mr. Jno. and cold water. Carrico at Ashland. More than 30 a member of that body. He will be exSecretary and H. W. hot ami W. P. Scott, Water Doxor Heater extra. Stanford and Hustonville and reports ten Mr. been sacrificed directly and in- pelled. lives have Mills, Tecretary. )wfltt7r4kaJaeeY'"lllHsMlf'!MieeHI directly by the crime and hundreds of A new Congressional Apportionment mites of weather mean enough to have The Ibyle National B.ink, of Dantillr, H. HIGGINS. thousands of dollars have been forced from Bill haa been passed by the Legislature of swamped a first clasa signal service station. which succeeds the Central National Btnk, to protect and Pennsylvania by a pirty vote. It gives the The North side of the horse he rode was begins the pockets of Monday, the charter of the SrCCIAI. A(il..VT, defend the miserable trio. At last Justice republicans nineteen and the democrats almost denuded by the vol lied hail, and his latter having expired on the 28th. The - Kentucky. own rather remarkable facial comeliness aid the laws have been vindicated and it is nine districts. as the C. N vie $200,-("0- 0 KlHiiiortit suffered materially from the unsparing pel capital is the same Gen. Anson Stager, General Superinto be hoped for the good name of the State The officers are the same as the old Ifeaf zio such miserable farce will ever be tendent of the Western Union Telegraph let. In a discussion a few days since as to organization. The law governing National again enacted within her bounds as has service, died in Chicago. He was born In the probability of Geo. O. Bunas "belting Binks required all deposits to be transferbeen played from first to last in this case. Ontario county, N. Y., April 20, 1825. He the globe with gospel" and Ken- red by check and the depositors of the began life as a printer. tucky from the West, the question was ask- Central National have so tar followed up The following from the Louisville Tima Horsei and carriages belonging to the ed: "How can be get the means to cir- the new organization that begins to day is an unvarnished statement of undeniable Interior Department were sold at auction. cumnavigate the earth?" to which it was with 90 per cent, of the old deposit. The facts: Let not the outside barbarians deThe Secretary's pair of bays sold for $318, pithily replied; "Look at what he his al remainder will no doubt follow as soon as ceive themselves. All Kentuokians are and the large double carriage for $3G0. ready done and judge if the world haa the they can be reached in person or by mail. set hopping mad because Cleveland has Diiiium- It is understood, says a Washington means to prevent him provided be con- This indicates a very prompt following of ignored John S. Williams' and Fhil. special, that the President will nominate siders it his mission to be accomplished." the customers of the old bank to the new. Drugs, Books, Stationery and Thompson's applications for office. With, Gen. Joseph E. Johnston, of Virginia, Fancy Articles. School Trustees are requested to be- In the re distribution of the stock, the bank in the past year Kentuckians, by their Commissioner of Riilroads, and Norman J. stir themselves in order to be in readiness expects to secure many new friends and the retired both of these distinguished votes, Coleman, of Missouri, Commissioner of Ag- for the next compaign It is now the time business will be an improvement on the old Pbyilclana' prrecrlptloci accurately compounded. Alao fallow citizens to private life, and in their riculture. for making out the census lists. Blanks Central. , feeart of hearts the greater and better half The State Executive Committee of the for this purpose can be had at any time in Col. W. L.Thomac, of Lexington, his of oar people indorse the President's in Woman Suffrage party of New York has Stanford or Hustonville. Many haye been been in town since Saturday. Mr. James (tenement of the.r previous action. Let written a letter to President Cleveland ask- distributed, They will be sent by mail as R Marrs left for Washington city The Largest Stock of "Watches, Clocks, ua tell the truth occasionally, even though ing the removal of Gov. Pierce, of Dakota, far as postoffices are known. Let school Mr. Jewolrj and 8ilverwaie P. McGrorty, of New Mexico, P. it ithame the devil. for vetoing the Woman Sufferage Bill pass- houses be put in order so that the children late of this place, is an applicant with taught to IMa market Price Lower than Efer JShey Boyd, who wants to go as Minis- ed by the Legislature. the Lowrat. Watchee, Clock and Jewelry Remay get the benefit of the whole session. I strong backing for the position of Surveyor paired on ahoit notice and Warranted. ter to Chili, will likely have his ambition Fitxhugh Lee has forwarded to trust the people of our county will take of Gen. New Mexico. Mrs. Customs at EI Paso, crushed in the bud, unless he can refute Gov. Cameron his resignation as Command """"eewBMSBaaeMaaHBBMBee great educational question, and Nannie Marton went to McKinney Saturthe charge of burglary, of which a sympa- erof the Virginia militia. This revives hold of the and beneficial. This is day to see her neice who is very ill. Mr. H. C. BRIGHT. F. CDRRAN. thetic j a ry acquitted him, notwithstand-te- g the report that he is to go abroad ia a di make it practical fast becoming one of the important ques- B. F. Philips is absent in Jessamine and the proof was against him. In this plomatic capacity, ne nas been promt Mrr. Mark Wakecesaection the Louisville Cbmmcrcial re- nently mentioned for the Russian mission, tions of our State. Lying as it does at the Scott countief. Mr. and very foundation of our prosperity, fraught field have returned from New Orleans. marks: "The Rhey Boyds and Fhil but it is conceded that he can be the next Is Ohio, Thscspsons, who have not been able to se- Goyernor of Virginia if he will accept the as it with the most momentous Interests Mrs. Debora Hackney, of Xenia, we dare not ignore it, Legislation will inwho visited her son J. M.nackney, of this success at their homts, are not the nomination. cure evitably be called for, and called for in place, is dead in her B2ad year. Mr. Juad of men to be credited as representaA dispatch says Wm. Venable, of Dan tones that will arouse attention. Too Hackney went to Ohio last week to attend tive Kentuckians abroad." ville, Is an applicant for the Internal -much time has been wasted. Let us get the funeral. Miss Mary Robertson ia visitUT- J&ktucky doa'i get is the notion oftes Collectorship of that district. He earnestly to work her sitter, Mrs. J, P. Holmes, in Bon-haing feat,when she does, she hangs her murder- U a warm personal friend of Commissioner HALLS CAP. LINCOLN COUNTY. Taxes. Mr- - Vea-alrie- 'a ers fej pairs. In addition to the perform-aaea- Miller, who acted as bestman at MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Our fanners are very busy sowing oats Mr. Neal mentioned in another wedding. Mr. Veuble recently paid Sextos was hung at Barbour-vQlef- a visit here and had a long interview with and getting ready to plant corn. Managed by Jno. B. Fish. The members of the Baptist church the killing of George Routeo, the Commissioner- - This is evidently a Next Monday i fiaarlerly Court day. have engaged Rev. J. M. Bruce to preach whom he enticed into a thicket, murdered reference to Mr. M. W. Venable. Tbe docket is not rery large. Attorney General Garland is determin- every second Saturday and Sunday evenasd robbed. Sexton like Neal proclaimed his John W. Brown baa mored again; this ed that all Assistant District Attorneys ing of each month during the remainder time he goes to the houae racated by Mies iasocesce and both, acconlirg to their -ANDare now walking, the goldea must go, as unlawful luxuries. In almost of this year. Liu Williams, and Mrs. Brooks baa mored lodge has been or A Good Templars atreets of puadise. every Judicial district there are one or back to her old borne on tbe hill. school-houswith more of these Assistant Attorneys, getting ganized at Tucker's People are preparing to put out tbelr Your Uncle Tom Hendricks seems to be sixteen members at present. Such institu- gardens since tbe warm weather is coming. a pretty important man at Washington. from $1,000 to $3,000 a year, and the aggre- tion) seldom fail to exert a good influence Perhaps they bad better wait until after Ho aigBed Mr. Miller's petition of Com gate expense is very large. B. Dunham, who recently resigned the in any locality and for this reason they de- eaater, as the weather is apt to be cbanga-bl- e miaHOBer and he redo into the office over CONSISTING OF should receive the earnest entill then, Phil Thompson and the army of political position of general manager of the L, & N. serve and & O., couragement and support of the people. Married at Kingston, Madiron county, aces, who urged his appointment. Then to accept a similar position on the B. The raw mill that was recently located on the 22ad inst , Mr. James Biulware, of he suggests one Aqullla Jones for postmas- has resigned, and J. T. Harriban, who sue here by Messrs. Ottenheimer & Fields is Bloomington, III,, and Miss Lou Williams, ter at Indianapolis and, notwithstanding ceeded Mr. Dunham on the L. & N. and now being run to its full capacity and ia ofthisplaco. They hare tbe best wishes the protests of the Congrefsmen, Mr. Jones afterward left to Join him on the B. & O., cutting on an average of 10,000 feet of lumof their friends here. Bloomington will be might has also resigned, It is said that the latter secures the caks. will re tors to take charge on the L. & N ber per day, most of which is being ship-e- d their home. make a note of this. to Danville Junction and New York A little daughter of James Kitta was Sesbkt Cox could hardly have thought on April 1st. City. Postmaster-Genera- l Vilas says that thrown from a horse a few days ago and that he would be the beneficiary of his bilj Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Simpson gave a AT AIX TIMES A FBIX JLINJB OF which pained last winter raising the pay of postmasters, even of the fourth clasB, will very elegant pociat party to a large number had her leg broken in the thigh. Tbe not be removed unless charges are filed bone haa been set by Drs. Brown and Lot- the Minister to Turkey from $7,500 to $10,-0of their vouno friends Friday night. Jt yet he ia accused of having had his against them. This class of officers have was a verv pleasant affair, the weather was ell. She is doing very well and is not sufoffices, and are fering much. The bone was not set for sevfeather eye on the position when he pre- the country and cross-roapropitious, eyeij one enjoyed themselves sented it If he succeeds, however, in mak- set appointed by the President, but by the immensely and nothing occured to cause eral days after the fracture. Maj. John D. Harris, of Madison couning the Sultan laugh at some of his jokes, Peetmaaier General, They have no fixed a regretful feeling upon the part of any of monev will have been earned, tesare of office, but retain their places at those who were fortunate enough to be ty, a cindidate for the State Senate for the extra this district, was in town last week shaking aod the country will not begrudge it to the pleasure of the head of the Postoffice present. Department. him, A subscription has been raised by Mr. hands with bis old friends and making all The last act in the Neal tragedy is thus M. P. Morgan and others to erect a build- the new ones be could. Tbe Major iu a TnxSomerset lelegraph joins the no being here, to be used as a Good Templars "solid" man and will make a good race. It the establishment of dUcribed: Neal ascended the scaffold ble band who advocate tween two Deputy Sheriff-- ; his step was lodge and also for the accommodation and ia thought that be will have no opposition whippiag-pos- t for certain criminals and but his face was pnle and froth was benefit of the Debating Society, Sunday An infant daughter of Eugene Nichol the Brecbenridge Noes remarks with em- firm, upon his lips. "Gentlemen," he said in a school, A:. It will be situated about 100 son died lan wees. .Mrs. iNiciioison is phasis: "We are decidedly in favor of the whipping-poetLet all the papers speak clear voice, "I am here to suffer on the yards Southeast of the depot and when com- very low and not expected to recover. Jno. scaffold for a heinous crime I did not com- pleted will be quite an ornament to our Proctoi's skull lias about healed over and now on this important subject. mit You all know this is no place to tell little village and something that has long he is going about as usual. Little Ceil The Btanford Journal Is in favor of a lie I tell you all I am innocent. Now, been needed by its increasing population, Crooke, is well again. Mies Cleo Williams he next Legislature abolishing the State I have only this to say, farewell , one and Work will be compmenced upon it ia a few has regained her health after a short Illness, Board ol Equalization. We second that all, farewell," Deputy Carpenter adjusted days and wo hope to see it ready for occu- Mies Lou Orant returned home Saturday time. notion nod we stand backed by 5,000 the black cap. As its folds settled about pation in a short after a visit of about three weeks. Messrs. DANHLLE, BOYLE COUNU. "oteis in Hardin county, who are kicking Me head, he ejaculated: "Lord have mer J. J. Brooks, Tom Uronston and J. Stone ike steers at the injustice of the law; cy and receive my soul. Receive my soul, Mr. Frank Haonlgan ia the pipa of a Walker, of Richmond, were in town last week. Judge. Pearl, of London, was in ,'Elizabethtown News. Lord." Ife kept rjtculatingthese utteran floe daughter, All tho above' goods have been bought very Low and town Friday. Maj. and Mr. J. B. Cooper, was given. Sheriff ces till the signal WooJeon Faulconer, a bod of Jbeeph of Lebanon, hve been visiting friends and Tub Grace Hawthorne Dramatic the smallest possible marign. We rethe rope with a hatchet, and ho Faulconer, died Friday nod was buried Sat- relatives at this place. Mr. and Mrs C. A. will be sold woman for. A Redd, Jr, have been visiting at F, L preeef ageot aad consequently her trdupe dropped with a sharp catching of his urday. Thompson's. ' Ml?s Mattie Newcomb has spectfully ask an inspection, and invite competition, Capt. R. D, Logan, of thh county, jjadfexatftltfja coaplisatBtary aewspa)? breath. In, ten minutes his.pulee hsd.oeae returned from a visit to Paint Lick. Dr. a c,all to become a candidate for State. Lee Hoffman was in town last week carper aktw.ggTba boyacaa not resist, the. ed to "beat. He'dleS with hardly a strug n and goods guaranteed. BKIGHT & 0UERAN. git. professional business, Senator from tbii district 'Jie ebarming creature, you know, The Legislature of Tennessee has the Railroad Commission act and if our Kentucky law. makers will do like March 3!, 1885 wise next winter all wili be forgiven. The Stamford, Ky., offics costs more than $10,000 per year, while its value to the State can be reckonjpnbltshea TueaaaVH nil Frldaya ed in mills and parts of mills. nal JLC?, JtC XX JXTtlj .oth. kL ' wTT a. - FEIt make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley 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 TAYLOR BROS. FAMILY GROCERIES tt OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY w I de-ata- ad THE LION WROUGHT IRON RANGE, eaanPneCu.aaaF N Kiai3 rf355jW 'eeH W. ' tax-pay- ers P erayft WMt mm PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS- y. J. BRIGHT & CURRAN. Rev-eyea- DEAlEJtS of or Groceries, Hardware, Queensware FARMING -- e, IMPLEMENTS, Office-seeke- rs Furst and Bradley Sulky Plows, South Bend and Hamilton Clipper Turning Plows. 0, d -- Mitchell and "Old Hickory" Wagons. Our Carriage department will be full and complete with the best makes ol Carriages, Buggies, Surreys, Phaetons, Jayguar Wagons, Buckboards. " We also have a Large Line of Walking and niaing uiuuviiiors. soie Agents tor Walter A. Wood Harvesting Machines. at Hoi-combc- tit ra Prices . usaiijie?" SfcwMSSittlilu Stanford, Ky., Jnteriororat' Gardes Pied, OiHod' Setiand at Warren & Metcall's. SeedliTo-tatoe- s A cak-loa- arrive of Northern Seed Oats to To rent on shares, CO acres of No. 1 to day at Bright & Curran's. barn, all improve-merit- " tobacco land, fipt-rstd e H Befoiik yon buy your new carriage see On a certificate from the jail physicians March 31, 1885 tho new light Columbus Ilirouchc at Geo. that Dolpti Bailey, the negro accused of Aildre-Ky. D. Wearen'a. the murder of Howard Dudley, colored, was Mr. E.S. Powell, of the West End, is LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD, Aa ouit partnership has been dissolved dying of consumption, Judge Owsley re- Benin in the field with his beautiful, com .12 45 r. m. by agreement we want all those Indebted to duced his bail to $100, which he gave and blned Btallion, Abdallah Glencor, which he .... Mali train going North-.- .. I M jr.M. Booth us now to come and rettle. Williams & is now breathing purer air. . 1 will stand at the low price of S10 or, $12 fiO Bxprcastraln" Mouth,.., . ' ................. X 89 am, Rttnsey. ! ii Norn..- -. i People ok the West End. I to insure. He also Btards a fine Jack at To the Tbsabovo Ii calculated ou standard time. about 20 minutes faster 1 furnished, boarding if required. A. P. Van de Water, Stanford, Toadies' and. Children's t. '' " Holar Itno LOCAL NOTICES Buy ypur school book from Penny & MnAlInter. LANimtnu's Garden 8eJ, fresh and Ren-uiat Penny & McAllatcr'a. Watcuct and Jewelry ropalred on shortr. notice and warranted by Penny A McAlls-teA coMH.rre stock of Jewelry, latest ttyln, Kockford watches; a specialty, Penny & Mcltiater. Foil coughs, colds, Ac , use Comn. Syrup Of While Pmf, In 25 and 60o bottles, Pn pared by Molljbsiti & Btagjr. FAnMEim. Read Tnis. Go to Dr. M. L. Bourne' drug store and Kt one psckago of Saui A. Clark's Hog Kemedy. If you are not satisfied after using It your money will be refunded. PERSONAL Mb. ANuMns.J. C. Hayb went to Louisville yesterday. Mn Kiio.m Hail has gone to visit Miss llsnna Fair at McKinney. Miss Mollie JouxaTOH, of Lancaster, ii the guest of Mies Klten Wearen. Mas. John Mirrcj.Lr,ofNicholasvIlIc, thltlng her son, Mr. Thomaa Metcalf. is Miss Lethe Het.m has returned from a tlslt to Mrs. B. W. Llllard.at Lebanon. Miw John W. Pjioctor, of Danville, and hi r daughter, Mrs. Georgia Duncan, of ISicholasville, were the guests of Mrs. S C. Trutbcart last week. Ollli young friend, Wallace E. Varnoc, who has been laying awake o'nlghts fixing plans to capture the Assistant District At torneyship, is about to hare his labor and hi pains go for naught. The Attorney General hs decided to abolish the clM of and unauthorlrc I. t lire he sfck as uh-UMit. W E Gnertm, of Shelby Citv, wasb,re S.lurday, uitctiog old friends. He i a cindtdate to represent Boyle county in the General Assembly and so far has no opposition and from what we cln Warn will not hare aiy. Hi l a progressive, man and would serve his coun t with credit. Ji'ikie Sam M. Boosr, of the Somerhere, Saturday, greatly set IVtfn', w woriied over an abusive article that had ap peared in the Winchester Jhmocmt about convinced bttn that be had htm hm brought the thing on himself by refusing toac ptHn Lyslu's leUr as an apology c for the tirst oflsnsive paragraph and Instead had retorted In a severe manner The DcDiocntl was unneccessarlly caustic, but no doubt It remarks were Intended in a Pickwickian way and we are confident that they will be withdrawn and apologized for, when the editor Is approached in a proper well-posted The marshal of the town is required by law Fresco OellloR Taper Hanging a Specialty. All Orders Promptly Attended to. i09-to look to these things and he should be reSrAKPOaD, KY. quired to do so, or his pay should be stopped. In view of tho fact that cholera is ap'It stantially proved, yet beyond a doubt, that prehended in this county this year the Carson did the shooting." Tho jurors are cleanliness of all the streets, alleys and ev- :m:. men of more than ordinary intelligence ery place in (own should be looked after who would not likely be moved by so slight vigilantly and often. STANFORD, KY., Mil n a statement even if they had read it. which Bsprctenta the Btand molt rrompt.Paytns ComThe trial of William Adams for the panies and hla ratei are very low. Giro him a they state they did not do, and they are all killing of Ike Moore on the Gth of laat De- call. P'1' honorable men cember, resulted Saturday in a hurg jury, Two more applicants for the Stanford which stood three for acquital and nine for 1'oKtoIIice have shied their castors in the two years in the penitentiary. A suggestring, as it were. They are Mr. John W. ion wss made that it would be best for I II haie received and am dally adding to my atock Millinery of the latest and Rout and Cspt. W. Fortunatus McKinney. Adams to accept a compromise verdict of n Splendid Line of "hlch IlnTlte the ladles to moetityllib Bxl'. The former went up to Richmond Satur- two years, lo whicb he readily agreed and call and examine at my itore on Uncajter atresl, day to Interview Gov, McCietry, while the a sccoud jury found accordingly. As made Department la attached and A lattrr enntrnts himself by getting signatures out It wa-- a pretty bad case against Adams, pretlded orer liy competent ladlej. nits, faunford, to his petition. Cspt. Richards thinks he and be seems perfectly satisfied lo get off 3.1m has the dead wood on the boys, but we will so lightly. It will be remembered that he list any of them a ginger cake that Ben got into a row with Moore nrar McKinney Altord will have charge of the office to the and that in a pistol duel which endued, he , , ir.n arc uuumi i i;r metit I.i . end of his term. shot Moore five times and was himself ebot f .r ctr.cr.l firming and nock railing purpose bctoreh,& now Pndl: 5 ,n Cong"is lir through the lungs, from which it was l' n,ecf i.wau t' "Old HkkouyV JsircE.-Th- ere IN THE DEVILS LAftfc, In this county on Kingi Mountain an thought for a long time be would die. A inc TURTLE MOUNTAIN, own niece of Gen. Andrew Jackson. The little incident occured when Adams was And NIoubo RIvor Country. old Udr, who is now 70 yens of age, was brought out of jail lor trial, which adNORTH ded another illustration of a mother's love, here Saturday to defend sn atUmpt to DAKOTA . her of some land of which she has she, poor, old woman, wrinked with age .. .p.n nnn irm nf R. R. Lands in Minne- had undiiputed poseMion for 41 years and and thinly clad, had come ten miles or ota a7the low pnee of tltt) pc acre and upwards. and lull rany," aa icu Sectional learning that the blood of a President flow more through the disagreeable weather to r . ..u.Xl.ru tivt:. H.WARREN. I'aaa. Aent, fct. Paul. Minn, and ed in her veins, we sought an interview with see him and when she did she rushed to f.en'l mm-Manitoba K. K.. OT. Her maiden name was Klitibeth his seat, threw her arms around his neck her. Jacksan and she was a daughter of Wil- and kiued him. Instead of returning her liam, an own brother of Andrew Jackson. embraces and mingling Lis (ears with hers, She waa born in Monroe County, this State, he pushed her away, gently enough to be and at an early age was married to Dr. sure, but sufficiently to be observed. He I will, aa Administrator of Jonea L. Adama, deed., at bla late residence In Uarrard county, Elijah Waters, of Tennessee, rbo died was charged with the terrible crime of mursome twenty eight years ago. Remarkably der but a mother's tender love was still THUBSDAV, APRIL 8. t88S, preserved for her advanced years, she still his and it was as little aa he could have Sell to the btgheit bidder tbe takes a pardonable pride in telling of her done to have repaid her solicitude and de Hickory" and of how votion with at least a show of affection. relationship to "Old PERSONAL PROPERTY way. i once when she waa a little girl, she aaw the But the poor mothera lepulsed and neg- Ol blseitate. coniUtlng In part ol 2,ew or more LOCAL HATTERS. Wheat, General dresed in his military clothes with lected, continue to love, stronger if possi- buiheli of Shelled aboutSOO barrela of 8Corn, 700 unliroka 10 work Mule. nuibeli of ounty sweet potatoes at Bright a bright shining sword dangling' from his ble, when shame and disgrace come upon Mules, to yearling Stttn.O Cows and Heifers, 7 KuiWELL Calves, about 53 shoals, some Horse Stock, Hay, A Curran's. side. She had eleven children, nine girls their offspring. Farming Vtenslls, Ac. Xksms: All sumsrl 110 and under, cash; oter hand at all tlmee at J. T. and two .boys, seven of the former surFresh fih on that amount, note with Rood security, payable In MARRIABES. viving and one of the latter. Three last ara bank, with Interestfrom day of aalo. Harrie' bakery. A lady in Florida waa a wife, a widow, xi. jiAvuuaii.i v . " all married and the children and grandchil I9.lt bulk at Ike Uunx, Auctioneer. Lanuertii's garden setds In dren number 43 decendants of the old lady. a mother and a bride again all in one short A Sugg's. Mr. Waters haa seen better days than she year. ! Mr! William Q. Gooch and Miss Crn- Company, of Pa now enjoys, and it is evident that for years The Beaver Creek Coal season of 1853 vki, lost their locomotive and tho home there has been a struggle with her to keep thia Gooch were married Sunday at Har Will make the UuttonTllle. on at my stables. VA the Uustonvllls fc miles south of rison Gooch'a In this county. wolf from ber door. staid In Friday by tire. the 1.1 ber tT road. AMallah (llenco Is by Joe Ktnio, it -- II M A couple of children each aged 17 ob un iitn trial 0.47. Tr.nrd 20. Jo Llnio la the D. & 8 sold lor H., record 2:23'. No VEnviqv rendered in our courts for tained license and were married in IhaveJO.QOO feet of nice lumber for this alreofD.C. wlnUr.) Review record S:28: J9.000 the past Apply to W. R. years has given so general satisfaction as county Sunday. Samuel Griffin is record 2.S3 and Mark Wakaflsld. pacor. sale at Crab Orchard. the Jo Elmo la by St. Elmo, that which sends William Carson to tbe name of the youfhful husband and Miss trial In 2:20. Abdallah. 13) h. by BysdykVs273: (by nitllnn In that Place. B.K. Wearen. Alexander's No.10. Jo Elmo's 1st dam by Mambrlno penitentiary for 10 years for the killing of Dellla . ..J.ll.k nt.jMa1 UfaMI.. R. Jacktoa was the Base of the baby As I AM tcarce of money, my terma will Sim West, at Iluslonville, last December. by Willi. Dy (hy Foreigner, by Imp. Qleneo) 2d wife. at the end of the dim Bettle C., by Cunningham's Copper Bottom; now be cask, for meat or True there fa great sympathy for his agd 8d dam MlnerTaDuncan, by Imn. Bunard, (thorweek. Thankful for the very Hberat DEATHS. oughbred.) Willis D.'S dam Starlight by father, his loving mother and his brothers Imp. Kanso.). AWaUab,OJe'a calU heretofore I still ask a continuance. and sisters and a feeling ol regret that one Mr. Arch. Saow died Saturdav of nns ana janca ua gouu wuiu.. w.m bu.v W. F. Ramsey. barneu. I have one or hla colts that trotted 1,200 so young should have advanced so far in cancerous sore on bis log, aged about 65 circle at tbe rati ot 2 :0, timed Tarda on a Omb of tbe most charming picture! that crime aa to receive iMch a sentence, almost years, lie tm an wKoet,. upright and brO. M. aliens. HuitonTille, Ky., without any Ma, about., as imuvI t... slfaliWaede edltot'a vision In many before be haa rescued bis majority, but clever man, greatly esteemed by his neigh-bor- e. handllns: I !alao Lars- anotheroi thatltwt.ll.t.iroiwux ma uesi lTa. a "V" "I"""-- - iblDauon lady, with those who know of his early development !..... trotted on nun. ana running crown iu a day was that of a pretty yonog baa had but little training but the lo criminal inclinations and of the trouble Boris county, Ky., which Mr. Finley Campbell, of the Turners, her beauttful auburn hair floating In Is ten seconds slow, In 2 tJ, (six weeks or two chasing her hat, which a playful he has given to his parents and to the villa neighborhood, died Saturday morn- months handling ) Mr. Popj say be showed a breere, saddle Hs Is also a March wind had lilted from her head. It ciurts, feel relieved to knos? that for ten ing, very suddenly. His wife and eon had 2.J0 gait frequently.a'mut Invariably shjw "ddle colls horse nod vision tanished, ysan he can no furthei disgrace the one or gone to McKinney, and when they return- qualities. bis breod will do well Persons wishing to was finally caught and the . the other. The case was admirably ed they found him a corpse. He waa near- W CX1U1IUQ1III uvir- henutiiul brown, 15K LV-- Ib but the scene was one which could nem elsewhere. Hats s the. high, superior iooe and mucl. Bunda lor .. managed for tbe commonwealth and lir. ly 70 years of age. be transferied ' canvas. small sum ol fill mr nmiuii ui. LinMrs, Mary Moran, daughter of Mr. W. to Jimttre i .irm? ion. Warren deserves the highest commendaWe have heard of a Mr. Mirror In my Jack, People down there should be tion. His wai no pleasant task; for he had T. Royalty and sister of Mrs. Spears Fish coln county. M'-HSlaroythem always been a friend of Mr. Carson; had er, died Saturday from tbe eflects of childable to see themselves as others see glfte gle us." supported him in his various races for birth and her remains were interred at At $10 to In.Hre. BpbMc. Is lilA hnls Oh, wad some power of No. I breeder. (Jot browo-whmealy noes and Tipton, The Thin. We offices of honor and profit and had repeat McKinney, Sunday, She waa a loving wife by the Ed. Campbell Jack, ho bv Roblnson'a Lamp-sonch hts knee the youth, whom and a dutiful daughter and her loes causes Imp. Mammoth. by Mir edly held upon have a postoffice in this county named Not tesponslqlo for accidents or escapes, but longs to see he was now compelled t6 prosecute. But the deepest grief. maree left with me will be well cared for on rea.! If Mr. Tioton really K. 8. rGIVKLL. The awful newa of the death of Mrs. sonable terms. and find what he regarded his oath and did his duty no li ir.. ..uv. uiujecu o tik.ra ma him" - the testimony in ih.r think of his excruciating column we bly. Reargued from himself so thatthat Judge P. B. Mulr,"at her home In Pewce he Valley, from the effects of burns received Carson bad stationed he can come down and the Jlejiitcr, conveyance to the would be concealed in the darkness, while about 12 o'clock Saturday night, reached Mm with hi Will IUUH1 young West, who would pass that way, here yesterday. Mrs. Muir bad been eick The slreof trotters and roadsters and mow Uncv point named. Eastern horses than any other stal would' be plainly visible to him when the for some time and got up at the hour nam- and In Kentucky, will raaao ids bmjuu " lion sad ness comes from Rilej's Station Tns neighboring drug store flashed ed to take some medicine. Her clothing four miles west of 8tanford, directly on othe Knob three light of a permmou kj Lick pike, ana win os uio" that the now famous dog killer with caught while she was at the fireplace and the extremely low price of man upon his person. Then with the determi of Its young, waa killed 8unday by a nation of a demon and the cowardliness of before assistance arrived she was so badly $20 (UeScHSOU or $30 toInBnro. named Powers. Wo hail nopeu ii wouiu a midnight assassin he fired the shot which burned that she died at 10 o'clock Sunday Grass furnished at tJ per imnthi Due care wilt off betaken to prevent accidents or escapes, but will have paid us a visit before being taken hurled young West unprepared into eterni- night. Her son Sidney, who was called to not be responsible thould any occur. Is high deDescription and Pdlgree. Nobby a Jet black as there are many curs of low and ty. Ills speech had a visible eflect on the the scene by her screams, was badly burned with star In forehead and two white feet, 18 hands be dispatched, but leg. gree here that should high, was much complimented. The about the face and hands. Mis. Muir was J"'... A. .V.'.fine mane and tall, good, bony biCt I ,n.l nrrV.UlMllunt ihoulder. seen jury and alas it is no more. Thoe who have speech for the Commonwealth by a sister of Mrs. 8. S. MoKoberts, of this and loln-- ln fact, faultlcsa In syuimetryj and will uown in opening thercdocsn't live a stallion passes! ot It elate that no such ammal is put Mr. R. H. West waa also highly spoken of plaee, who waa on a visit to her at the time guarantcdisposition, and these qualities he lnvarl-bl- y a better Is a fearfully and books and that It the imparts to his progeny. As an evidence that and it was indeed very creditable. Judge ol her death. crossed on be will produce very last horses when very speedwonderfully looking beast Col. Hill, who spike for the Saufley and good mares la the fact that some of hts a LAND, STOCK AND CROP iest colts have nothtnt but ot Blr Wallace daui to nomination accused, made all they could for his favor Itself la conclusive mommend them This The race for the democratic General Aa- - in a very bad cue, by a reeort to sophistry speed comes from tin sire. Nobby Reed Sweet Potatoes at T. It Walton's. proot that the f,.,n..ntatlvelnthenext fa the sire of Nobby. Jr.ecord 2 23?'., sold to V,. Sat- - We learn from them that an appeal will be One of Mr. John Y. Myers' splendid CFslr. of Ohio, for 15,000. One of hla colts trot-to- d Bmblv seems to be made up, and next very lltUs handling In 2 30. last wUl taken on the grounds that Cirson's statepair of mules broke bis lrg and yesterday Nobby Won with Garrard Chief the aire o Basil was sired by urdav in primary election, the pwlf Crook 23i Mambrlno Hlpny 2 Mii! Mambrluo John H, ment when he delivered himself up, was had to be shod He would' notbave taken Duke.2 bill Arp2 3i; Qarranl Chiefly Bed be cal'e ion to choose whether, 233'i. 1 Woodford Ma. D. Petto, not permitted. The fate of this young man $500 for the pair. CMI ,'slr.of Lsdy Tborn.2 1K; Miller, W. F. McClary, Dr. J. and several others In tbe 2 80 list; 1st brlno 2 Mr. C. L. Crow has purchased of Mr, dam bv 21g. vn aam Frana; Bright shall be made the should be an awful warning to the rising "?","',"": or John W. a men generation who imagine that to be a bully R. H. Crow his finely pedegreed stallion bletonlan; 4th datuby Ulomwe; "ouuvs dam thoroughbred uiaie. said to be by Imp. ranbr. In standard bearer. They all are honest this criti- and a quick man ob trigger la tbe: bight Nobby, for a handsome sum, and offers bla V .rim with maresshallfotf.lt tbalnauraace and men of Intelligence, but at V. L. CROW, ITH all cuer, (ne&fca services to tbe public in another columu, Ula.t.l aUalre.n would bo bet- of mortal ambition. The' end of cal era In our State FINE VOONO JACK that ia usually death or a disgraoe worss the lambs dropped f Neuly toasrv.af.wgood jf they had more experience in man will be permitted ter for us than death, the humiliation of friends this season in this section are, reported to Inaure. This Jack will be S years old the 7th of public matters. Since it is the custom, " L. September, taiuiiy jo ubu among tho.e pain and anguish to loving parents,' wfiSee dead. This has been one of tbe worst win- by thJackthitwasoldby however, to select only from a half hairs are brought in sorrew to the grave by ters ever experienced in this latitude on ff.lOO and was taken to California, lie IsMr. Psy-to- n eee the wh6 aspire to office, we hope to brother of tbe t.lOQ pupd Jack owneJ.lyC, L, C. his acts. Glasgow Times. Kmuree. young sleek of all sorts best of the four chosen. O.nj: of the grounds offered by Carson's attorneys for n new trial is that the jury saw the ISTEition JocnxAL which said in is only circumspeaking of the case, U JtTixiE Owi.ev has adjourned his court have fitted up an undertaker's establish $10 to insure. See description and pedi-grc- b of rjoth in another column. over till next Monday. Tho grand iir"v meat at Hunlonvillo and with a nice hearse only returned 11 Indictment?, a lower num and n full line of handsomo caskets am prepared to serve the public. J. T. Sutton 3KVT ADyEBTlBGMEXTh. ber than for some years. haachargoof tho business. B. K. WearThe Lancaster correspondent of the Lon en. VJl. W. B. PENNY, don Echo is cruel enough to say that the Xontlst.' A iimndino snow storm raged for sever"Lady butchered Kersey Combination BTANFOBD, KENTUCKY. al houra Saturday evening and notwlth- Aodley's Secret in a truly scientific man OOoe on LancasUr street, rext door to Iwtk-rio- b ing it melted very fast several inches of the U Joi'rmal office. Offlce hours from 8 U w A. ner.'ii beautiful covered the ground Sunday M. and I to 5 p. M. Anesthetics admlntiUred hn 1151-lt T lima morning and the ntccfitrr. 1 II Wem Till I.- nuu.., trees were loaded down as J edge," wan the response of a lady from in the dead of winter. A warm eun soon For Rent the knob to a question In Judge Owsley's changed the appearance of things and by 2 Hotel and Bar-RooFriday, anil It came apparently so o'clock all the snow had court vanished. Yes At Kowlsnd .Btatloa (Richmond Junction) Ky., from Mar lit. next. A good garden. Ac, attached. naturally that the Judge joined in the terday was a tipical March day, cloudy, Fir particulars add rea me at BUnlord. This Is smilo that ran around the room. tha onlr tar at that potnu cold and windy. 1 m TMIOXA8 FKRIUEL. The Jurors In the C.rion case were a The attention of the town authorities Is unit for manslaughter on the first ballot, respectfully called to the filthy condition not a single one being for acquittal as Is re- of that part of Stanford called Maxville. ported. None of them stood for less than, Dead hogs and other filth have been perten years, while se7cral were for 15 to 21 mitted to lie In the street which runs AND PAPER HANGER. years. through there, for ten days or two weeks. ar If lilia m if ell he-for- e vrnm ...! The fact that we have sold more Ladies' and Children's fine Shoes since January 1st than ever for the same period is conT. J. BOSIiEY, HOUSE PAINTER! vincing that Bennett & Barnard and Williams & Hoyt made a line of goods in style, fit and fineness second to none in the market. FIRE INSURANCE. rr m jusro- ifdhciijIips, -- IHtllinery ! jtooitr We Have Received Our Spring Goods In French Cnracoa and Kangaroo for solid comsizes are com- Dresj-Maki- a Kids in the New LAST CHANCE that is now the Shoe in the world 320 fort. Come while AflDEQ. plete. -dSS -- "J7t, Flexible Sole most popular (i FREE BRUCE & M'RORERTS. PUBLIC SALE! New York Early Rose, Burbank, Beauty of Hebron, Peerless Seed Irish Potatoes and Onion Sets, ,i ' Ml 0t, .0 'I, jttlix Abdallab Gleiico I m Cbsro-kea,(- SOO-ya- ,i.uit. ....... first-class ---- co . i Bo"to h Ac-Fre- n, ,. at T. R. Walton's Hi .i,i first-cla- Corner . , " .... Main arid t i .;ltiw llaaysj t nrt.i Somerset .H v ,, rikt '' 'i. , jj one-hal- nntttH "Hi Vh ; i-- "i,j;.:". M ) '' Streets, . t i:wiw . r" S4 unl SHADOWS I mo ON THE MOON. (Mrdora Clark In Inter Ocean. JAPANESE SAYINGS. RETURNED TRAVELER CALLS MIND A FEW OF THEM. Our Alnionil-Kyelilo or Noljy n fair child's chnracter Embodied in tho fallen duow, It shrouds a moadow spotless uhite, Where chastened sunbeams softly flow. Tt The swift hours Wood-shadow- Ilrethren Never Volu rroverbs nrnl Kjiljrrnins Practical Jokes Never Imported Into the Kmplro of Nlphon. New York Sun 1 An American gentleman, lately returned totuUcity after a prolonged resldenca in Japan, was recently discovered in the stock The returned exchange by a roportor. traveler recognlz9d the reporter, whom ho crootod cordially but mutely, as ho refused to utter or listen to a word until both had scaped from the din and found themselves in tlio comparative qulot of a neighboring xeutauranL There, aftor seating himself at a table and passing hit hand across his fore head in adazsd fashion, he found his voice a volco faint and low at first, like that of bae who bad just suffered from severe shock or n surgical operation. "You can hardly imagine how a native of Japan would bo affected by such a fiends' carnival as we hive just witnessed," he said. "Tho Japanoto are such groat slaves to oUquette that I doubt if they could forget irren in sleep tho Iron rule of conventional 3opriety. They are never voluble or noisy and are apt at expresiing in a few words, by jrororbs and epigrams, ideas that less conservative nations, like our own, elaborate. What, for example, could be more appropriate to the Qnancl il exhaustion of some of tiboso shouting, and p;rhapi sinking, Vokors, than the Japanese proverb. 'Man say shout when be can no longer swim.' " 'While the tonguo works, the brain aloeps,' is another saying of theirs exprossinj their contempt far many - worJsJ men. Evon oratory, as our stump speakers understand tho term, is discouraged or barely tolerated, 'lie h a wise man who can preach a short sermon,' and 'Tho silent man is often worth listening to,' are Jap sayings to the sama effect. They are. also, as a poopla quick at repartee; their wit is keon and tempered, and they can ofton administer a perfect snub In brief terse form." "Are not the Japanese exceedingly polite, Ute the French!" inquired the reporter. "Scrupulously, so, and, I think, unlike the Jfruncb, naturally so. The exquisite delight of staring a stranger whodtiios in public away from hlsdiuiu ', so often practised in Franco ani, I objerve, sometimes capisd" glunciug at a persistant ttaror at the next tablo our own country, would not be understood or appreciated in ZS'iphon, and practical jokes are never imported into that polite empire. Another o their proverbs, To be overpoltte is to bo rule,' tells the whole story of their conception of true courtesy. Why, even their familiar form of farewell salutation. 'May b all you wish,' if a little heathenish in its flattering nomination of you as ths future clerk of tho (Sierra Leone Cor. London Standard. Buck ten's Arnica Satire woather, is, after all, the essential oil of po The local potentate of Susus, west Africa, litenoss auJ very soothing, when you know is a personage styled King John. His ma ThabestSslTein tbe world for Cuts, Bruises, be bad you jesty is said to be a drunken old reprobate. Bores, Wears, 0'i Rbeuin, Fer Sores, Teller, that if the weather will not bo held responsible for it." He is the judge in all disputes, and gives his Cbarped Utodi, Cnllblslus. Coras, sad til tikln "Have woman's rights gained any foot decisions in favor or tho side that pays him Eruptions and posltlrely cure Pil, or no pay hold in Japan I Ii guaranteed to gtr perfst aatltfic-tlo- r host The political power he has handed "Not yet, and one or two of their pro- over to his clever brother, King Ben, in exormc ej rlunid. Prlc li cents per box. verbial phrases would seem to indicate that change for rum. King Ben was educated at ior islet Ptnny . McAllster. Japan is a cold, raw sjil for that doctiine tu St. Louis (Senegal), and displays his French Thousands SaSo. 1m plautid In. 'A prudent wife rarely education by thwarting tho French comMr.T. W. Atkins, Olrari, Kansas, writes, " crosses her husband's threshold.' 'Aftei mandant to the extent of his ability. Tho recommend your Eltctrlc Hitlers death a woman can plan no decait.1 'Tru t king is not a pure Su-Sfor bis grandfather Defer hesitate to they glre entlr utlsfMtlon tod to tar curioinen; your wife while your mother's eyes are ox was a white man. her,' and 'Death alone makes a woman conWhile the writer was on the Fongas river are rapid sellsra. Electric Bitters aro the purest tented' are not encouraging texts for preach a great war was going on among the na- and best medicine known and will poaltlTely cure ing tho doctrine of equal right. There I, tives. The martial character may be Kidney and Liter Complaints, purify the blood too, a certain bitter flavor of experience In judgol by the fact that during the entire and regulate the bowels. No family can afford to the phrase, 'It is safer to dwell near Foosi-jani- campaign the cnsualltlos amounted to no bo without them. They will sate hundreds of than with a wife's mother.' " more than seven men, and these believed to dollars in doctors' Mill every year. Sold st 50 ctr "So the stale ralllory against motbers-in-fehavo been killed by accident. Tbeir usual a bottle by Penny A McAllster. has even found sympathizers in Japan," method of fighting is to skulk behind bushes A Walking Skeleton. observed tho reporter, who had once tried to and fences. When a safe opportunity occurs Mr. E. 8prloger, of Mechanlcsburj, Pa , writes, obtain a nlother-ln-labut had failed. thoy rush out, and, after discharging their "Exactly. But you cannot call many of pieces wildly, scamper back to shelter. "I was afflicted with lung forer and abscess on Sietr proverbs stile or unprofitable. Foi Tbeir fighting, such as it is, is confined to lungs, and reduced to o vailing tleleton. (iota jnstatico, 'Dig two graves before cursing a daylight. At sunset a tiuce is mutually free trial bottle of Dr. KIdss New Dlscoiery for neighbor and 'Tell no tecreti to thy serv- proclaimed, and in the evening the forces Consumption, which did me so much good that I ant' are not bad rules to follow. I hav iraternize, to that it is by no means uncom- bought a dollar bottle After using three bottles I umetimes wondered, too, whether the Bard mon to see friend and foe cooking their daily found myself once more a man, completely restored of Avon stole the Japanese proverb, 'A meal and eating together. If the month of to health, with a hearty appetite and a gain in man who lends monay to a friend shall Ramadan should come round before the con- Beth of 48 pounds." Call at Tenny A iicAllster's never see either his friend or bis money clusion of hostilities, a truce is imposed dur- Drug Store and get a tree trial bottle of this cerAgain,' which recalls ths saga advice of ing the month of fasting. tain cure for all Lung Diseases. Large bottles II Pulonius to bis son, 'For loan oft loseth both itself awl friend.' The Japaneio sayings, What You Want to know. The fehoemakers Profit by It. To know the new, search the old' and 'If Everybody wants an honest answer to this aim. (Cincinnati Timrs-Sta- r. jou bate a man let him live,' and evon "There is one thing about roller skating pie question: What is tbe best medicine to regu their 'Famous swords arj made of iron that has never been in the papers," said a late the bawtls, cure costiTenesa and biliousness, acrapiugs,' are old friends in new dress. Bui Fourth ttreet shoemaker to m, help the digestion and give strength to tbe whole I must be on," lotklng at hit watch and at "What is itf I inquired, "I thought roller syitemt People ask us this erery day. We antho reporter reproachfully. "Iara tats now. tkating had been wntton about from above, swer, Parker's Tonic. It lipleiMnt to ths taste. Good day." below, tnd all around." All the children like it. Mothtrs praise it It "SImpl that it is a mighty good thing for will save a thousand times Its cost in every fiml-IAn Unlucky Man. tho khoemakers. A skatsr wants as nice a Editor Western Argus. ITexas Sittings. looking shoe as possible, and ono as small as They were talking about Stanly Xish. CURB VOIl 1'IL.H. "Yes," said Kosciusko Murphy, 'Stanly ii he can wear. The t mailer the shoe, the . sooner it wears out, and spates are bard on Flits are frequently preceded by a nic of eljli the most unlucky man in the state of Texv-You can count on bis having bal luck 8bo, anyhow. So you see we have been In the bark, loins and tourer part of ttiu abdouion, t mes out of ten, but Stanly's baJ doing a thriving business ou account nf the Canting the patient to suppose ho lias (omvaOctlon braze. Many young men have bought ol the Lldneja or ni'lgliborlrijr organs. At times, luck waved a man's life onco." cut shoes to wear at the rink, who symptoms of Indigestion are pretent, as flatiilenc), "How was thatl" "Ths re as a desp:rado who 'im a dead otherwise would have gone on pur basing iinrailuisa of tlio ttomucli, etc. A moUture, like producing a ery disagreeable Itching, shot laying for Tom Morris. What dees tLo common, factory mado article. AVo are Tom do but mako his will leaving every thing now having shoes specially mode for fdiatoro. aftvr getting warm, It a wry common attendant. 1 hoy aro strongly built up around tho heel, Wind, l::.dlngiiiid Itching (ilcwyleldatohcatotue to htn.nl v Nashl" "Why" did he do Outr and have a broad band of leather going over apiillottloiiofPr. Uosnnko'sPlloIteincdy, which it "He dil that becau e be knew uothlng the instep." directly npon tlio parts afToctrl, abiorblng tho lucky could happen to Na-u- . The desperado Tiimori, alU)lu(f tbo Intense Itching and affecting a Wertby of Thought. fired twice with a shot-gu- n and emptied twe permanent cure Priio oC awnts. Addrm tliu I)r. Exchange. slx-l- u Bosanko Medlclu Co., l'iijua, Ohlf Sold by McBob-rt- .t uteri at Tom Morns an J mkd him M. Muller, wboso name is a household very time, just Uxauw it u oil 1.1 have been Stag; word, has thus truthfully and beautifully &'&&h'rf gool iucl: If Tom had buen kilel. Ii in regard to the training of tho man-chilCowa. Tom'a property had I esn willed to anybody written "To-daFOIl rALK. Thoroughbred Csttle.John . Mcy he U at your feet; and Bull Calvts rrglstered. xcort Nu.li, Tom uoull have bten as full yo l lliistiinvllle, kty. can make him lough, you can inako blm Allster, t liolog ni a s.eve." cry, you can make his vye fill nnd his bosom hwt'll with recitals of good and nolilo deeds; Womleiiul MiKlit-oMlnTrick. ! in short, you can mould blm if you will take l&Lchatitfe But Uok ahead some yoars, One of tbi tricks of a French prostldlgitd-tou- r the trouble. is a mrpilslug illusion. A wedding-rin- g when that little voice b.tll ring iu deep bass borrowed from a lady is hammered tone, when the small form bnll havo a into a bar by some volunteer assistant man's weight ani tramp; when n rough , .. ssUaVKyfi aXKV "BBfcPBWNw fVailWIa&'iaaiiBBBBBHsBBBBKBs) among the audience. The conjuror borrowi bcoid shuh cover thct l.ttlo round chin, and a programme, rolls It Into a cornucopia-shupo- d tho willful strength of munh oJ till out that receptacle for the ring, and without little form. Then you wuul I give worlds the use of tho left ban 1 crumples tho paper for the key to bis benrt, but If you l?e it into a ball, which the volunteer hold- tight, now when he is little, you may tenrcli for it full in viow of the and lance When he ii corofully some day with tears and never directed to open it he finds that the crum. find it," plod ball of paper consist! of live Mated Crippled Street Cars. ono within the othor, and with the (Chicago Thntt). in the smallest and perfect wedding-rin- g Cars in all stages o.' dismautlod wrack ore .innermost. constantly to bo soon propped up on a moveable platform on the top floor of tho big Care far Writer's Crump. fine Imp TH'I Nornun au'llon will make the New York Third avenua nurface road car Tbe of l&S at theMible of J. M.VVray.at 'Pluk season (Exchange.) stables. Workmen aru busy oil day with CotUgo " y uillet from Stanford, AGdrnun naraaJ Wollf, now In London, hammers aud paint poti building the oarj has dUuovond a euro for writer's cramp. up again AT 815 THE NEASOX, and making them look nw. "Thoy The new treatment consist! partly of will he jmt as good as now, too," the railOa S ' to Inh bk a Colt, kneadlnj, stretching; ani betting of way presldout said, "aid nobody bjtan exthe Augers and tho several uituclss of the Cbampo Is a dark gray. 'Vt hands high, weighs pert could With good Is 6 yesrs .Id the 59th of May haud and arm. Thera are gymnastic exar-die- treatment tell the difference. 1.600 and cara a street ear will last next. pounds andfio. style and action, good In the He Is of both actlvo and passive, anj mot Im- nearly large body, w.lUhsp. a portant of all, thsre ore graduated exer-4fe- s neglected quarter of a contury. If they're Md.. well ribbed and n;x well withon. Ha wss set shoulders: head and in writing, with a viow of calling Into a year." they get all broken up in less than W. Stubbl.field A Co., of Bloom- O. Siton. 111". 8Umlr II. 1881 plav a new Mt of musclos in liou of tacoe fine Ve will also stand at the same place our injured by the cramp. Not at the Top, log-bod la That Infant ltrotlier Again. Ufa Enfant Terrible: "Say, Mr. Snobby, can yon play cords P Snobby: "Wby, no, Johnny, I can't play MAJ. F. RIGNEY very well" E.T.: "Well, then, you'd better lookout, Is a Candidate to succeed hlmsellin the State Senfor ma soys if Emma plays her cards well ate, subject to the action of tht Democracy. A FAITHFUL DOG. she'll catch you." A Case of Extrordlnary Affection A Dog Slin Didn't Want "JUsttu Stnuillu' 'Lonir-lI- o W. F. BIcCLABY African." Commits Suicide on Account of Grief. la s candidate for rspreaentitlve of Lincoln counHarper's Datar. Cincinnati Times Star. ty, subject to the action ol the dsmocraay. In the of the late Capt. Harris, Mass,, I an entry under date of Stratford, IIIIIGHT JOHN of Jan. 21, as follows; Representative of Lincoln coun"On the morning of the ISth I was disIs a Candidate for ty, subject to the action of the Democracy. abled while standing near the wheal by a broken spar, and lay in tho cabin for three days unconscious. Tho first mate assorts JOHN II. MILLER that Jaok is gpne, and asserts, as do others Is a candldst 'or representative of Lincoln counof tho crew, that he committed suicide ty In the next Legislature, subject to the action through grief." of the democracv. Capt. Harris was an old sailor, whoso most fathful and dovoted friend through many of D. PETTDS DR. his voyages was Jack. Capt, Harris bad represent Lincoln county in the Is a Candidate to first taken Jack on a voyage whn be was nextUpneral Assembly, subject to the action ot hardly big enough to walk. He soemod to the Democracy care for no ono's society but the captain's, boing extraordinarily affectionate and demHON. A. G. TALBOTT onstrative when wi'.h him, but very dignified, stern, and silcn at all other times. He Is a Candidate for Senator In the District composwas a big fellow, ith great brown eyos, ed of Boyle, Uncoln, Casey and Garrard, subject and the captain bad only to express a wish to tbe action olthe Dwocratle party. Election first Monday In August. for Jack to attempt to oxecuto it. On Jan. 13 Capt. Harris was homeward bound, and in the midst of a terrible gale JUDGE TUOS. W. VARNON tho broken spar pinned him to the deck and Isacacdldateto fill out the unexpired term tf knocked him senseless. In an instant Jack Judge E. W. Brown, deo'd, as County Judge of was by his side. He attempted to pull off Lincoln, .ubject te the action of lb Democracy. the broken spar, and would allow none Election August, 1S33. of tho craw to holp him until ha saw that it Mr. Squashum, a jovial old acquaintance: was impossible for him to do it; then he IiEB V. HUFFMAN. yo1 seo I'se oilers "So, urged the crew by mute pleading to do what El lie Ellie yo' little 'Rastas goln' to call a dis am wat I las' saw so STANFORD, KY. he had been unable to accomplish. During laby in yo' yamisf "Why, how ho haz OQce South aid Main Strict, two doors above tho entire three days that Capt. Harris lay tht Myers HoUli Oas growedl" when reunconscious in bis cabin Jack never left Mrs. Sorghum (Ellie): "Yar; hispa sez he Far Nitrous Oxld quired. him. He rofusedoven to cat, but kopt his place near tho captain, looking at tho mate, tinks he'd make a pool niuso in a mus'utn; but I tell him I doan want a cliilo ob mine who actod as nurso, with a most piteous and standin' longsido ob wild g'nuTs from Bohneo, pleading expression. an' Africans, an' sich like." On the third day the mate patted Jack on tho head and sold: "Poor Jack! tho captain Boston Globe: A "Constant Header" wonts gaajaHpSjpSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVaBBTI up so that he could is dead." Jack-stoolook into the bunk, and when he saw Capt; to know how much ashes coal will nssny to Harris's white, unrecognizlng face, he tho ton. He hays ho bought 1019 tons of coal, tons of ashen moaned. Then ho uttered a low cry and but he is sure ho has shoveled slowly went up the cabin stairs. At the top out of his f urnaco so for, and the is lntr is TiTi-iiIISTnWTIIiSlTiSVm-- r T " be turned and looked into the cabin and not over yet cried once more plteously. Then, looking WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspfpsla and LT-- r around ths deck and seeing soms of the CompUlnt Shlloh'i ViUlIier is guartntted to crew, he slowly wagged his tail as though to cure you. For ulebv Peony A McAllster. Slreof Emma MsnleT.Bab I'ate, Florentine, Djubt say good-band then, with another, cry, he THAT HACKING C0UQII csn be so qalcklr ac, Ac, will make the aeaton of 1853 at uy stables sprang into tho sea. curtd bj Shlloh's Cure. We gutrsntee It. For near Stanford, Ky., Germany's Subjects. sale by Penny A Mc Ulster. AT TWENTY DOLLARS. years) dim at first and small. Creep o'er the white with stealthy tread Until their darkness covens all, Except in places, hero and there, The light falls freely on its breast. Where nothing Intercepts the beams From azure sky to where they rest. So, though tho child may loso tho grace And purity of rosy youth, A few white spots must still shine forth, The remnants of hor prlstino truth. (I soe thorn pas Aspect. Maiuam,j "Oh, Mr. Smith," wild n young lady at a church fair, "I want your help for a moment." "Certainly," replied Mr. Smith, "what can I do for youf "I have just sold a tidy for 115 that cost 15 ccnta, and I want you to tell me what percentage that IsP "A transaction of that kind, my dear Miss B.," said Mr. Smith, who ta a lawyer, "gets out of percentage and into larceny." Draku'rt ' Its tgal Look, Read and Remember THAT Did you Sup- pose Mustang Liniment only good for horses? It is for inflammation of all flesh. Ta till on lian.l wllh i cholea Una of Cakei and Bread, frrsli at all times. Alio a Iresh lino of Tatlysot all kinds, I am alio prrpirnl to do baking for customers. All orders for icing and J. T. HARRIS JT. ornamenting executed at short 803-2- 1 T. M1ARHM8. nolle. 1 Pl IMlAJaHSg ailriB THKORKAT Through Trunk line LonlsTllle, Ky., Cincinnati, O., and Indianapolis, Ind., dealerifnStelnway A Sons', Dacker Bros.'. Halnea', J.AC. Fischer, Vose A Sons', Baldwin A Co.'s Cottage, Upright and Squars Piano Fortes; also the Eatey, Sbonlnger and Hamilton Organs. Instruments sold at price and terms to suit puryour chasers. Don't givePost-offic- e, order till you get our Danville, Ky prices and terras. I. rSKSEWTS XT. Baldwin & Co., 1. A.T Masonliolmor's Restaurant OrrosrTK Coost-Hoos- Wflhout Change and wilri Speed SHOSTCST AND QUICKEST Umlnlii ROUTE x J. DANVILLE, - - - KENTUGKYi Oame always on fresh fish, and simhand an In Its In all styles and on short ilar delicacies rvd notice. Look out for the sign 'Woodbln Kestau-ranand call when youar hungTy. hours. Mealsarsrvedat all oysters season, t" noil L0CI1VILU TO Till SOUTH & WEST Without chaog to Maihvllls, Memphis, Lltll Book, Mnlgomsry, Aliania. Davaanao. Jacksonville, Mobil, and Ksw OrUans. r. IP. HAHOSltEIHEUDanville, Ky. besTrouteto'florida to,., In Palac Cars Without Chang; J. Stanford Female College. STANFORD, KY. With a Full Corps of Teachers, This Institution will open Its Fifteenth Beaston on the 1st Monday In September nstt. ALL THE BRANCHES OF A SHORT LINE TO THE EAST rroaa LoulsvllI I PataccCars wltbentchang. th CMIPDJ1IJTC Seeking homes onwill CiniUnAri I O line ol tnia road receive special low rates. Se Ag.nts ol this Company for rates, routs C. P. ATM0HE, 0. P. T A. Ac. or will Loulavllle, Kr. " i TH0R0UGHENGUSHC0UR3E Are taught, a well as GIIESHPH KEjn OHIO IT. East N.Y. M08ICJ, THE IiANQUAOEB, DHAW INO AND I'AINTINO. rang Kentucky's Kouto WashingtorKjPhHadelphia The only tin running " TERMS MODERATE. from I2S to 140 In W0; Preparatojy, t0, and Colletlate, IM. ..... th PULLMAN In Tuition, prlc regular Deportments, rrlmary.ti); InUrmdlaU For full particulars, a to Boird.Ac.. addra H. O. ounlord. Lincoln Co., Ky. NEW SLEEPING CASS Stallions for 1885. MM. V'"' A SOLLBTEAIN FAOM Ti ST. lYEARTIlliT, STANFORD. KY. Propr E. H. BURNSIDE, This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains itg High Reputation, AND MYERS HOTEL, Ienl8TllIe, CIucIhiih(1 hhiI Lex InKteu, Ky., WASHINGTON CITY, Connoctlng In sain depot with fast trains los 3STO-- "SToarlaL. ville. Norfolk, The Direct Route toLynohburp;, Dn All Virginia and North CaroUn. Tot tickets and lurther Information, apply your tu;nl licktufllc, or aJdica W. J. Kasti, W. K. AKNOI.B, Advertising AgU, Ticket and Pia. Act JJ3 Fuurlli Ave., LoulsvllI. all 11. W. VIIM.KB, O. W. NMITll, Ocn'l MaoM.r. Oen'l Paaa'r Agl. Ul)iinon4. Vlrrlnl 'eulj--Acfiulre- w St. Martin Is one ol th moil distinguished sons Hotel in the State in iti Fare, ofliup rhaetoo, winning good races over good Appointment!, or Attenand a few ol bis colts on horseatalldlitanc, tion to Comfort of the turf In 1S8I were til seen at th s fronto( His the son, Doubt, was on ol the best J.year-oldtheir Guests, sear. St. Martin Is the highest tyr of thorough-bre- tl borte standing over 6' bauds high splendidly proiiorlloneii, kind as a liub and combines Baggage wlllb eosteyd to aadfromtls erjasmodsllosi chsrg. tbe best blood ofEuglaod and America. By Imp. te Comrasrclal Trar tiers. Th Bar will Phaeton, first dam Tokay by Imp. Yorkshire; secalways sipalltd with th cholcst Martin, by (Isrrlfoo'i Zlngtne. ond dam Miss braids of Llosors aid Cigars. (ton of Sir Archil third dam (iabrle'la by Sir Archy; fourth dam Calypao, by Belatr; firth dam by Imp Dar Devil, sixth (dsraof lontentlin) Ml'BRAT'S KPECIFIC, damSyme.' Wlldalf, seventh dam Itcadllla, by TraJ. M.rk. Batt A Macklln'a Feransught, eighth dam Ctodol-phlThe Great EnglUh Remedy, ninth dam by Imp Hoblnob tenth lam by Imp. Jolly Bangrr elvntb daiu by imp. auani ta seen that his Is a positive cur for Weak Memo-rtwelfth dam br Trvall. Thus It Um of Brain Iowtr, Nervous hlnr.1 linrlihd from thasanu fountain that was Kihausltoo, Hemlnat W.aknes, Lazlniton. th ireat race horse and greatest of ImKtenry, and Ueoeral Loa of ami oimroe. Yorksblr- - and Phaeton re IMwerol tb Otneratlv Organs; nowned In th turl hlttorle. I have pat hie serao- nit .11 illmiM that follow as vice at tbe low figure, to oblUemy friend and to Justify breeders at a distance In eirra launs;, qunc ol youlbrul imprudence or neighbors and sending to him, aud would take a few gootl mare th cxmim ol matured years, ueh Te.4. Mrlc on tbe afaarei I will also stand at lb same plac u Universal Laitud,Palnln tb e my combined horse. back. Dimness of Vision, rrma-lur- a Old Ag, and rainy otter dls-athat lead to Inaanltr or In all case of F.mal WknM th Specific acta Ilkvig-a horse, hsrm, rw taring loas or filing And my Norman y brilliant or, gluing to tb and soarkllna beauty, to th cheek, Uerosy blooomof hcJlh. AfttrTaklar. VMurray'a Specific Is sold by all DruggtaU at per pftckag. or alz packages for 5. Also by tl $12.50 TO malt, postag free, on receipt ot price. Grass and feed furnlehed at reasonable rater, bu SMPFull particulars In pamphlat, which will b no responsibility for accident should any occur. mailed fM to vry applicant. Add roe all communications to th aoU manufacturers. also hav for al 17 yearling Mule and IC MUHHJ.Y MEDICI XR CO.. thoroughbred Calve. Kansas City, Mo. BAVanstAft,Ky. h. Bold In Btanford by Ptnny A McAUsUr and all lt-t- r Stanford, Druggist very w her. Iti Proprietor it Determined that Second to no Country it Shall be Points. frof pcll KENTUCKY "llliie-Grasui CENTRAL 1. 1 Ileutc.M n; Bhorteit and Qaiokeit Route from Oen tral Kentucky to all PolnU North, Eist, West and Southwest. Fast Lin Betwetn y, iir. LEXINGTON A CINCINNATI Bcbelul In Cffxl Oct. IS. IUI. r3, JOE ABJLKtMiAM, PHIL HERIDAN, INSURE. tF iiifW?8'IL?? fcia fin 3 CltCI i s ? I mi ii. as assess PBHaSB wo-o-- BE -BB B ftSS BB B B V5?! rrl BBBB BB BBwJB fo u atKNH 8U 85Ct38 5" 4 ii. 1,200-- 1 jtariica 1'iiia A yr Co., WboUsal Loalivlll Attn ts. ill! HUH o0 W m ftJ (M Ky. 9 Ceo.., oiSo6t BBBSB -- 1V9 stK, ? & Mississippi n. w. -- ' elt-yj- fosu-iouab- ly Are you faJJinjr. try Wkilb' IIsiLTn 11kjisttzb, a pure, ciesui, wooiesomo Tor Brain, ferre. Stomach. Liver, Rldne; Lungr. An VBqtuJlIiivlffonul. Cum rSer Headache, Foror, Ague, Chills, The Direct Route to- - 'bbbbbb nuuM.luh.1 p BB'BB -- flflMM 4. M to. uooUo soo fm :tjo M BBBBB o St. Louis & the West Northwest and Southwest by the way of SSISI fi ri ni SJ3,q MMt., LOVISYIJLKjI - or CINCINNATI. Lou-A- I A I DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. Nice to take, true merit, unequal ed for ., UKr-IULlVtrt. ."no. rilgni woat.a, Nervous Weakness, ieanness, nezuai uoounc. Ml II.iO r not, 0 for $3.00, at Dnuurists. Wills, Jersey City, N. J., U.B.A IsvllU and Cincinnati make Light dlret connection at tho point with lb for Ht nlng Expros on the Ohio A Mlnlulppl Louie and all point West. from LoulsvllI 1f aLOUTo Only to til. Loms, being or Clnctn-Itwo bour natl quicker than any other line, giving our passenger meal and first choice of seats In trains llm for going West. All rp rttinS 1 Leaving Chattanooga tor ll fllrhlilrsf rrr rif min ii mm f we.' giagiMH K 3 & o M P IK.IIKMI Pi SS2S8 I ?, TTr, U BBBJBJj m0 MOtMMl i 'sbss "-- 10,-- S -- ' iBBBB ! HI i ? o d: a aria, Ine going by way uf 12 Hours Quicker JoSranV Chicago. PEBBBB ?BBB ClUUUI ! y 1 o. &"m. Always makes-Fast ll, Hi1 M li I ! III III ! a P III ocn P BBBB ' I 'BB ? CHAMPO Time and Suro Con neotions With all Lines at St. Louii and Intermediate UUIilUMi' SaS8,asl5C2Sg? njfliis.f "Oppp BBBBBB. BBlBBBB'BBaBB vavo'a'a flfl Points. Noant-IlouN- MATMVII.I.K HKANfJII. Ko. oi, Ho. M. Dallr Dallr Hun, Ex. Bun. Ex. 2 00 p m 7 2o a m 4 SO pin 8 IS a m 6 20 pro 8 40 a ni 5 47 pes 0 00 a 6 07 p id 7 00 pw 10 80 a in 7 ' I I I TtrmnrlcnMo Cures of Catarrh of the Dladdcr, Inflnmnmtfon, Irritation of Kid- ncjs and Bladder, Stonoor Urnvel Dis-cases of tbo Prostata Gland, Droiwlcal Q tfll I. IrAtna 1a sTiIa.ji And Vrsxt once of Urine, oil Dlseuncs ol tho acnito- unnnry urgunain cuncrsex. ror or Unnatural Uixcharpcs usa also "Chapln's Injection Flour," cnch$l. or Bii'iiii.i.', cuner oontracicu or hereditary taint, two Chapln's Conslltu- M.1,1 Art ..am rnR ,11, M: UJIULf. ltt...m U . 9l,uvinil l.n,,lu uut UV...U, Clnpin'a Hrnhllltlo 1111. $2.00; and Cha- pins nypiuuiio naive, ei.uu. o Dovura bynip. 2 or 1111b, 1 Sal re, by Exprees on receipt of 810.O), or nt Druqjists. Jerney City, NT J., V. 8. A. K. B. Wn-La- , tmM B u ch u-P- ai baJ No Ferries! NoOiuulbiiHTraiiN- ferw I ., Lve Covington. " Laztngton Connections made Iu Union Depot, tit. Louis, rllb trains of lines itolng West. Northwest and Arr I'arls Mlllersburg Houthwwt, " Carllslo. ......... M4 11 you aregilng west to any point, rail on or " Johnson witui to the undxrslgued. " Msysvlll. For (till and reliable Information In regard to An . In th WMtrrn rltate. Mam. Uuide Borrii-Itopsand lowest special rales lor TlckeU and Household Goods to all points Went ctll on or address ii luwr. Lve MsysvlllM... Passenger Ag'tOblo A Mississippi Railway, " Johnson. ...M. tfarrodsbt'rit, Ky " Carllsl W. B. SIIATIU0. W. W. PKAB00Y, ' Mlllersburg-Ar- r n'l Pass. Agt. Pres't and Oen'l Man'gr, .... I'aris C. W. PA HIS, entral Passenger Agent. " Ixlng'no.... Hi Innall ha vtnglnn P 9UIIU No. oi u Sjjira i. -- - Dallr Dallr Ex. Hun. Ex. Hun 5 a in 1 20 p V) S 80 a m 1 o9po 7 21a m 2 4.1 p m 7 41a ro 8 Off pm h 10 a iu 3 33 p Ul 9 10 a io o io ptu It NDa ml KX'niu rybTfts" rub-kin- g, s, A Clear Skin is only a part of beauty; but it is a part. Every lady h The Caspian l'etrolouiu. It is claime 1 that while I'emuylvauU yiold 70 per cent, of kerosene, with s large rwlduura of lubricating oil, the Caspian product yields but S8 pjr cent of kerosene, with a refuse tit only for fuel A Maine concern has received an Australian order for three of clothes-pin- s. c.ir-lo-v- wonder, would not want their cords "at the Washington monument everybody, If Philadelphia Call. ndvortlMomenU wero allowed young Jack, on the for a top of the column." securrU CATARBU CURED, health and iwet breath bj Bblloh't Catarrh RemcUj, Prlce'cOc. For tf it by Venvy A McAIJiter. may have it ; at least, what looks like it. Is .beau Magnolia Boston Ataiororial-UissKCou Warrior, his Balm both freshens and tlful black. WA hinds hlghj be f'""!1"0""" nd. br 10. 1878. and la br West dim by Jim Po,rter. first dam Shoo Fly.by a Mam. ' beautifies. pSiiiii fuTn bed at reou.U rates, but will Notk. Train No. S runs dallr from Knoxvllle, Wluchrtter mid Lxlngtoo in Covington. Train No J runs via Uxltigton and Paris, and Proprietor cot via Wlnnicstr and PartsUunday betweu x. W, P. WALTON, Train No. il la dally except Ington and lUrls, but s dully from (.'In Inustl to Bite of atagn.'aotW Elunt ouup'i.ie Mts ot 0"f- - Kuoxvllld, and Paris: No. Lxlnston ii, dally except ery mating capacity, inciuuing gauery leave I'arls 8 W a mj arr Lexington 0 Ilia tn. to good attraction.. Add'- Keasonabl rat No. M, dally axcepl rtunday, leav Islington 4 SO p ro; arrive Tarls 6 15 p iu. OhitUktnllitlMillii 8 and 4 run via WlncbesUr Fast Llna;--NtntiiLs of that cltti ol HoIId Tralne, with itmejiti, tint hi given Oeplng Car. betweex tluiMt ualv.iul suitfsc-U-iCincinnati and Richmond, Va , and Winch tat jkWl TO kDATS. t MmQn&tM a,t and WasMngtor, D, C. MURrilV DR03 , HF ssaMBUlMar,. Through ticket and baggag checked to any I'sili.Tss distlnatlon reache.1 by railroad. Ohsiwoa tht riror of tht public anj now itakt b. F. n. MOIWE, W. H. WniTTLE8Er, amoog th leading Meat PasMogwr Agoat, Trar. Pas. Agent, rtutofihe ollJoni. Clnotnaati.HBM Ky, A. L. SMlTlf. Kr C.W.9Mrrif. H.W.Ff3LtKR: IlnJt.inl, ra. SoMty Oeoeral Manager. Ag Ok, lttc(1.0U. BTANKOBD. ICY. OPERA HOUSE, v, Hun-da- y, o. I)tui-n- ra: