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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885092201 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r ,. Semi VOL. XIV. &mi-8$etMj 111 Hi Imtefwf STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1885. h SoitftmL NO. 58. HDUGEON y Recovery from Abdominal Wounds. The Betrayer of Gen, John H, Morgan, The Civil Service Commission. IV. . DAWSON IBB y. HUFFMAN, Wound of the abdomen, especially gunA Greenville (Fenn.) correspondent of A Ht present constituted, the United 8TANF0RD, KY. Is a (rndtdate for Jallfr of Lfficofn Countr. sub Office South ilJe Main Btreet, two doors abevs shot wounds, are among the most fatal in the Atlanta Qonttitution thus relates the fate S'Htn Civil Serice Cow mis-Io- n contains ject to tbe action of the Democratic party. the Myera BoUli who betrayed Gen. John II. not less (run Uire- small, wbo are Far Nitrous Oxide On aiialnlitered whan re'UDihc! TtiofituiM (inrl Frt&iw ju its known to surgery. A wound inno of tho woman death: quired. g S.13J. H. OWENS external pistol may Morgan to hi the Isw ai it stands. lu Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, subDB. W. B. PENNY. cover multiple and almost inevitable fatal The death of General John Morgan was It on a'n at against ject t) the action of tbe Democratic party. two ANNUM 83.00 XontIst, performatlon of the abdominal conten'. compassed here during the war by the whom th- -r ar- - BMe and unanswere'd UIHilU- BTANFOItD, KENTUCKY. inn paid itrlctlj In advance. It we have to The recoveries from 2,747 such wounds treachery and demoniac daring of a wild, chart;- - aflVcting. their personal character. Office on Lancaster street, roxt door to Inte! during the late civil war only numbers 44 1, reckles wotntn. wll any lime. S3.no will Ix charged, Sue wan the gracefel rior Journal office. Office boars from S to 12 A. It contnin at least one member who is M. and 1 to S r. m. Anesthetics administered when All tersons Indebted to the estate cf li. F. and those with escape of the intestinal con- daughter of Mrs. Colonel Williams, unable to write a letter in grammatical En154-- 1 yr. dee'd, by cote or account will please come neceuarr. W. P. WALTON. tent the recoveries, says Olio, may be who was the cheerful hostess of the great glish. forward and settle by the 20th ot this month. counted on one' finger. The prevailing cavalryman on that night Lucy It contain" at least one member who ain JtltS. S.LltAlI KVIiAXKS, t William rode her horse through the Btor-m- y not add up a small column of figures with Administratrix. All classes of Building Material for sale at my Hon. John W. DanM, the greatest tf all treatment, as laid down in our darkness and summoned the Federals 6ccurcv, but who is perfectly ready to premises on the Uastonvllle pike. vpeeeh has been pur.iy conservative, treating sympVirginla'a livlcij orators, aald In 4Mm '. 11 EI I), Stanford. MILLINERY. tom a they ariee. The brilliant result from Bull's Gap to surprise Morgan and swfsr to hi result, and to draw money At Alexandria lait Weilneailay: "I am myself a red hot, rabid kind of achieved in other abnomidal operations capture or kill him. The history of the from the United State Treasury on the Miss Kate Logan and Mrs. Fannie Small For Sale ! democrat, who hti no unkind feeling on have led a few bold spirits, nucb a our own deed is too familiar to need repetition. The strength of his mistaken ciphering. ed heroine of the ex'a earth brcauee he Sims, Qro, Oii, McGuire and othern, to wanton and contain at least one cflensive partisan Are dally receivings choice and well selected line It giintt any nun God divorced from hir of the most offensive sort. It contains at of Fall and WinterotMillinery, to which they in- Situated 2 J miles from Stanford on the Danville is honestly a republican, but who believe advocate the opening of the abdomen and ploit was afterward vite tbe attention the ladles of this vlclallv. It pike, containing S3K Acres In a hUh state of culworthy husband and tied the country with least one member whose arrogance and of wllllx-- their study to please and they hope to mer- tivation, new dwelling with 4 rooms and kitchen, in a government of the pople by the peo the repair of the injurie found. g springs, Ac. Add ess it a full share of patronage. Ktore on Lanciater two In May of last yetr Parke, of Chicago, a married man of Greenville bv the name fansive personal manner render him unfit street, first one a bo re Main, Stanford. 50-1 in pie and for the people, and that when the IT. L. II A II'AO.V, Stanford. democrat have bwu sent into power by reported to the Americsn Medical associa- of Fitzgerald. They went to Arkanaaa and to represent the Government in any capaciFOIt NALE, experiment on lived I believe, as in adultery ty whatever. It contains one bore, one the people, democrat ought to occupy all tion a aerie of thlrtvevenilog that were etherized, then at Some time ago ahe abandoned bully and boor, one ponderous prig, and the chair around the fireside. Since our A I will deliver Ics to regular customers In Stanford democratic president htn been in the cen- shot, the abdomen opened and the wounds Fitzgerald and married a man of means, fully three nincompoops. and vicinity every inoralng at in Stanford. The contains Not one of the three Commissioners On Danville street, on it a comfortablelot dwelling, tral chair there haa been a little grumbling, of the intestine, arterie, mesentery, etc., who wa then a widower of three months two acres treated by appropriate surgical method. landing. In a few months after the mar- would be selected for the office he holds if stable, and bis corn crib, a splendid cistern, ONE CENT PER POUND f, and I have been one of the grumbler nd laige number of trees. Accounts due at the close of each month, or Williams the new strict business principles determined the Thisais one of the most fruit and ornamen tal In the because the proceesion of the rarcal The reult confirmed the belief awakened riage with the deilrable residences by earlier experiment husband also died, and she has disappeared choice. Not one of them could pass a pltce. Tor terms and further particulars, apply to when customer qalts. II. E. and observations going out i not quite broad enough, and BAMtOir. 86.1m JOUS 31. I'llILII'S, Stanford. I!Mf the atep not quick enough. Hut in more that surgery could grapple successfully with the lucre of which he was possessed. competitive examination with sufficient nil retire moment I sometimes think that with multiple and formidable wound by Fitzgerald, thus thrown overboard, and success to entitle him to be considered for a great deal wiser man than you or I la in sewing them up in various ways, or even by being aillicted with a fatal malady, wrote to any executive appointment. OrroaitK CocaT-HocsThese are facts about which there is very The Farm on the road from 1 Hustonrllle to Liberthe Presidential chair. We ought to re- removing a piece of the bowel aod uniting hi long abandoned wife and family, conlluiton-TlllLincoln mile the cut ends. Hard upon the heel of this fessing all his misdeeds and begging to be little difference of opinion outside of the ty, in formerly county. Ky., Mrs. from occupied by l'habe Blatn, member two thing: A hostile Seoate, and - - - KENTUCKY, dee'd, containing about IX S Acres of valuable DANVILLE, a civil arric reform Matute which, in a important piper, and largely a It result, allowed to return home to die among bis Commission itself. Laud, well watered, on both sides cf Meals aro served at all hours. Game always on rosd. with comfortable tmprore- - band and in its season, oysters fresh fish, and aim-ligreit measure, respect the prerogative of comes a striking improvement in practice, children. The request wis granted him, Is it not time to apply the loudly pro tbe turnpike one Any a of delicacies served In alt atyles and on short And remember that thia it only the first but did not profit him In his misery for be claimed prirciples of civil service reform menta.will do well desirousthis owning Any valuable person home I well remember; brariog to see land. the L'reaWlent wanting to purchue will call on B. H. Tucker, notice. Look out for the sign ''Woodbine RestauMr. ClevelanJ describe on one occasion the fruit of a rich harvest for future time in all died before he could reach home, and with- to the Civil 8ervice Commission to tho wbo will iliow the F rm and give price and terms, rant" and call when you are hungry. JP. W. HASOMIEIJIEIt A CO., out seeing the face of his wronged wife tedious, incompetent, and offensive persons or addren T. A. Blain, Stowers postofflce. Simpson position in which he found himself. 'I feel countries, in peace and in war. Danville, Ky. county, Ky. T. A. ItlAIX, Agent. November 2, of last year, a man was and chl'dien. reform? my elf,' said he, Mike a pioneer farmer who who go about bossing a PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSIC, fcc ha got into a clearing. I have got rid of brought to the Chamber Street hospital, in Pointers for Advertisers. Reform the civil service reformers. Turn SALE OF STOCK Don't expect an advertisement to bear the humbugs out. but all the atumpi hire et New York, with a pistol shot wound in the N. Y. 8un. the tall treei, We are agents for the old and reliable John As Executors of James Crow, dee'd, we will, at Church Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio, for the sale of Pito be rooted out. I mean to root them out, abdomen. L'ader cartful antiseptic pre- fruit in one night. Jim WebaU r his late residence, four mites Northwest of Stan- anos, Organs, Automatic Musical Instruments and Each to His Callino. You can't eat enough in a week to last ford, on the btanford A Shelby City pike, sell Musical Merchandise In Lincoln and (Jarrard one by one, in a w.ty that wont amaah the cautions and following the indications ot counties, Kentucky. Jloitthlu 1'auinetttn Parkes, the abdomen was opened by Dr, you a year, and you can't advertise on that was brought up before an Austin Justice at public auction mi'hine. Then, hating rooted them out recelred nntll paid for. The bent Htiimlnrd charge of the Peace. It waa the same old Co., Uazelton Bros., On Tuesday, Soptombor 22, 1885, ma kern: Win. KnabeA New England Pianos, one by one, taking good care of the ma Bull, coll after oil of the intestines was plan, either. used to bother him in Galveston. Af Decker A Son, Everett and that The enterprising advertiser proves that cMne in the progress, and afterward scat- drawn out, the bulla was found and removcither upright or square. In Organs, the followThe following property, ter the evidence was all in, the Judge with ing -makers: Clough A Warren, Jchn tered a little fertiliser on the noil, I will ed, and even wounds of the intestines were he underttindahow to buy, because in ad- a perplexed look, said: Four broke Mules. 1 Mule, 1 yearling Church A Co. and the Sterling, with th) patent successfully discovered and properly treat- vertising he knows how to sell. Chime licit a Attachment. 1 large yoke of Cattle, I yearling Steer, 1 Mule. leave the farm eo that other democratic The CcCMfeoil,an Automatic Musical In"But I do not comprehend Webster, how yearling Heifer, 3 Calves, 2 very fine thoroughmost perfect In the world. Prcildcnta that are to follow may raise ed, and the patient made an uninterrupted ' People who advertise only once in three was it possible for you to steal those chickbred Cows, l thoroughbred Bull Calf, t aged Jen- strument, toe catalogues Illustrated sent tree to all who apply, recovery. A recovery after so man wounds months, forget that most folks can not re I Jack Colt, 1 Jack 3 years old In September, net, great crops of etalwtrt. Democrat." There also the best references from those wbo have roosting right under over IS hands high and one of tbe best in the bought any one of which would have necessarily member anything longer than about four ens when they were and tried any of the above musical InstruState lor his age; about 12 bead of bogs, 100 gal- ments. Address you have a President who know what he the owner's window, and there were two us at Stanford, Ky. lons of very fin Blackberry Wine, about 4 years days. ie abjul; know where he wanla to go and been fatal under the old methods of treatS. It. & h. J. COOIi. old, 20 larreli of old corn,50busbelsofold wheat, vicious dogs in the yard." abows that we have now enteied upyou can arouse curiosity by an adver 130 barrels of new corn in the field. 3 stacks of If how to go there. In the dispention of ment, "Hit wouldn't do yer a bit of good Jedge, bay, several thousand bundles of oats, a lot of tisement, it is a great point gained. The bacon and lard, together with allot the farming otlicial favor he kdw no North and no on a proper and euccessful method of treat-mefor me to 'splain how I cotched dem chick' implements, consisting of plows, harrows, 1 for such frightful accident Pop fair sex doesn't hold all the curiosity in the 8ojth.no Eist and no West. The republiwheat drill, 1 mower, 3 farm wagons, among for yer couldn't do hit yertelf if yer ens, 1 world. new, spring can idea of government," the speaker con ular Science Monlhlv. might get them i uay raae, wagon, nearly narness,I wagon wikuu, i uurgy ana Q lifting advertising in dull times i like tritd hit forty times, and yer and plow gear, and various other articles too The Use or Scnfloweiw tinued, "i a fit treisury end a lean peo If. Tni plant tearing out a dam because the water I low. yer hide full ob buckshot de berry fust numerous to mention. The democratic Idea i a lean government is a vigorous grower and baa been extolled on trade Either plan will prevent good time from time yer put yer leg ober de fence. De bes Terms reasonable and C. IC. known H', day of sale. O. J. Ejcrs.. Louisville & Nashville R. R. CllO and a fat people. Jatue Q. Dlalne and hi as a preventive of malaria diseases. The way for you to do, Jedge, is fur yer to buy Stanford, Ky. ever coming. brother republican would maintain a high reed aflords excellent food for hen and Trying to do busines without advertis- yer chickens in de market, and when yer also for horse. It is said that there ia no IltK OEEAT internal revenue and distribute the School ing ! like winking at a pretty girl through want to commit any rascality do hit on de English & or promice to distribute it among the kind of feed that will keep horse in health, Texas am at home." a pair of green goggle. You may know bench, wbar you Christian College Building, State- -. That' entirely sectional. Ver- give them aleek appearance and make them THROUGH TRUNK what you are doing, but nobody else does, Siftings. r, mont pay 130,000 into the internal reve lively and spirited like the eeed of a - . - KY. the HCSTONYILL.E, Enterprising trader are beginning to This is the wwy Burdette answers feeding half a pint night and nve of the country, while Virginia con IO TUB learn the value of advertiaing the year question: "What is civil servsce reform?" Tho Third Anuuai Seaaton will open Wednesday tribute $3 203,09; Maim pay $30,000, morning. It is particularly recommended round. The persistency of those who are Ah, young man, don't come !to a poor, SEPT. IO, 1SS5. Course of Instruction while MrryianJ pay $3,100,000. The re- for giving a horse power of endurance, bethorough. Development of tbe mind the end to not intimidated by the cry of dull times, weak, finite worm of tbe dust with such a be attained. Terms reasocablo. For circulars publican idea i to make the Southern ing half a pint night and morning with JOUK BURQIK but keep their names ever before the pub question as that. Go to your Bible with it, apply to MISdH. BURGIN, State pay a dollar and the Northern Slate other feed. The stalk and heads after, the WITH 83 tf. Principals lic, will surely place them on the right side take it to your closet; ask Eternal Omseed is worked out also make good material a mill into the common fund, and then diniscience what it is. When you have a in the end. f Poultryman. Pullman Palace Sleepers. vide the urpiu equally among all, or for firts, and are esjwclally convenient in 9IILLERSBCBG question like that to ask go to one who A New Dodoe Impecunious colored rather, perhipe, gie the mill to Virg'nia summer when a quick fire is desired and knows something about it. But, "Vou an tnduring heat I not wanted. In their chap resort to various device to raise a and the dollar to Maine." are afraid you won't get any answer in that Louisville growth they make a showy appearance breczs. The following plan seems to be One Woman Tries tine Husbands. to Nashville, way?'' Ab, well, likely not, my son; likely This populir school tor young ladles will be reabout dwellings and give an agreeable fra- the latest dodge: A boy with a hungry Memphis' Cynthia liordman, fay the Cincinnati opened, under entirely new auspices, not The American idea of civi1 service Enqulrtr, wa a girl of loving disposition grance to the air. The latest direction in countenance went to Mrs. A. J. Reed, at her reform is something that the angels havn't 1885. Allaula, MonlEomery. and her affections were a true a gold whin the line of util'zation of the euntlower is home and told her that Mr. Reed was go- dared to pry into or meddle with up to WITH the planting of a seed in a place at the ing hunting and had sent his fcr a lunch. Little Rock, once they were fastened. William Haw date, although the other clars of invest!-tor- s lunch wa prepared and duly sent, but ling wa th happy man who luetic J Cyn- proper distance, so that the stains as they The rushed into it with all their his- Rov. C. Popo, of Augusta, Ga., as have Mobile aud New Orleans. on Mr. Reed's return to dinner he informed Prosidont, thia to the altar a bluthing bride. A mule grow will serve a bean poles. We have torical impetuously. hi wife that she had been imposed upon seen them started in that way this season billed Mr. lUwIIng. Hi relict then marknew nothing of the boy and hadn't For tbe opening season a dance teacher Mrs. S. C. Trueheart as Lady PrinciOnly one change to points n He wan drowned. and as they grow the leaves are removed, he ried Henry Luid. pal, thus farming an excellent stalk for the thought of going hunting for ten ycirs has devised what he nails the dervish. It Making a visit to Pennsylvania "he wa AldPil lir nnftnf tha tnMt rAmiul.nt n.l Prnarl. few slow, measured, stately enced faculties In the State. Parents may rest as He died. beans, but what the eflect will be upon Mr. W. B. Smith was called upon by an consists of a Knapped up by Mr. Hemlermn. most thorough training ot thoir them remains to be seen thin season. The intelligent looking colored youth who said revolutions in ordinary wiltz time, follow- sured or the all daughters in Itttnrning to Ohio, her native place, ahe be that pertains to mlml, manner! root uiul tax the feeding captcity of the ho hod cleaned up Mr. Smith's office and ed by a dczen rapid waits one, done eo and tnoralt. It committed to our care. came Mrs. Johnaor. He died. Mr John For catalogues containing Information as to Germautown Tele- instead of taking money in pay he had suddenly that the couples look like wild terms, Ac, addresi son then took Mr. Dixon. He died. Again nil quite heavily. REV. C. POPE. Mlllersbiirg. Ky. graph. agreed to take a couple of old shirts. It dervishes of the desert, who ought to howl Or MU9. 8. C. TRUEUEAHT, Stanford, Ky. the widow row to Pennsylvania, and again Seeking homes on the line of this road will receive Speaking of cremation a New York paper so happened that Mr. Smith didn't have as well as whirl. special rates. wai mapped up; thin time by Mr. Mayber- old shirts, but Mrs. Smith, feeling ry, Mid they moved to Indiana, Ine auo siyr: "lne time required lor tne reduc- any eiy eirsee Agents of this Company tor rates, routei Bucklon's Arnica Salve. College, Ac, or irritfl C ATMOUE, (J. P. AT. A , very much pleased that ti'e office had been THE BEST SALVE In tho world for Cuts, killel him, The much tried widow te tion of the human body to ashes by this P. prucea depends of course entirely upon the subjected to, much needed cleaning, gave Bruises, Sores, Ulcers. Silt Itheum, Fever Sores, Louisville, Ky. tun ; j O iio, wlifre Piter I.add, a brother ICY'. of the oldest looking oiks, and Tetter, Chipped Uandi, Chilblains, Corns and all He heat. At a temperature of 2,000 degree him two of her second htisbtnd, married her. would have thrown in a white vest or two Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Hies, or no - -- THE died She now take a rest for four yearn 30 minutes are allowed for every 100 It is guuaatcod to give porfect sat The office pay rcqulrel.money refunded. Price 2J cents per ALEX.S.PAXTON.A.B.Pres. but they were ull in wash. An ordinary body would thus be lsfactlon, or and then become Mm. Tipton. He died. pound of an hadn't been cleaned and Mr. Smith waa out box. For sale by Tcnny A McAlister. Tho next scss on of this lnstution will She now went on her farm and proceeded to cremated in about begin on hour. The soaptone bed is then with two shirts, A similar trick waa played on A Walking Skeleton ornament her house with tho portrait of Richmond Herald. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1885. and the ashes aro collected and put Henry Pickel. her lamented dev, and hung them up an a drawn Mr. E. Sprinter, of Mechanic sburg, Pa., wrlte- sin an urn. If cremation evar become the ThoPrcsldcut assisted by Saveii, Miud Muller leaned "I was ntlliclod with lung fever and abscess on for the unforreminder of the fate in etoro She Was recognized manner of disposing of the languidly back in tho luxurious cushions lungs and reducol to a icalklnj tlthton. Got a free tunate man who should next marry her. tilal bottle or Dr. King's New Discovery for Con- A Corps of Efficient Instructors, dead, tho process can be shortened bv the of a She next married Mr, Dyer, a frail man, SI chair as EJward Montague strodo sumption, which did me so much good I bought a Will endeavor to giro careful training and thoruse of a hotter lire. It is estimated that who wa not an popular m some of her angrily out of the room. "Proud beauty," a dollar bottle. After using three bottles, found ough Instruction to the pupils committed to bis there are nbout three pounds of miucral completely restored to charge. Terms reason alo. fend for circular. she tuid apologeticother hubind; "hut," he hisaed, "I hato you! Your name is pais tuyseltonce more a man, health, with a hearty appetite and a galu in flesh ash to every 100 pounds of flesh, blood and ally, "I was geltin' too old to be perticular, on to my tnnl. I hate you, and soino day of 43 poueds." Call at Penny A McAllitcr's Drug TESTIMONIALS: bone in the human frame. These figures I will wreal: upon vou a vengeance bitter Store and get a freo trial bottle of this cure for al an' I took him. George ain't overly stout, From J. J. White, Professor of Greek ) ! with the physical build of vary, however WASIIISOTON A LKK U.NIVEUSITV. as death. Bsware!" And he was gone. Lung Diseases. Largo bottles Jl. and I reckon hi pictur'll soon go long Lexington. Va...TmIv is. ism. the subject. Tne bones contain moat of the "Ta-ta,- " said Maud, listlessly. "I'm glad with the rest of 'im." Mr. Alex. S. Paxton srraduatnl at thli Imtli Thousands Say So. SPAKVOBD, KY mineral matter. Stout men will.'therefore, tton In 1SC1. Has been engaged In teaching since he'rt gone. He was eo noisy nd quick Mr. T. W. Atkins, Glrard, Kan., writes: "I nev- the war, and being capable aud conscientious, has Usn of Mosquitoes There had leave less ashes in proportion to their Tun tempered. He'll never hurt anybody." er hesitate to recommend your Electric Bitters to uceu ikij utLTasiui ju ms jiroiesaion. WALTON, been n discussion in the parlor car on the weight than thin and bony persons,'1 later Guy Walllngford knelt iny customers. They give entire satlsiactlon ana Froat James A. Walker, recently Lieut. Governor An hour utelei-pnaof mosquitoes. This particular cf Virginia, J sellers." Electric Bitters are the purest Is published every Tucslay nd Friday at tha History will do justice to Mr. Tilden and nt her feet. "Darling," ho said, passion- are rsr'J medicine known and will positively euro . Va., June 20, 1S72. low price of and best parlor car was running through tho Slate It affords me pleasure to bear testimony to the his noble, patriotic and elf sacrificing at ately, "I love you. Devotedly, sincerely; Kidney and Liver complaints. Purify the blood of Michigan, where August inoequitoe rre qualifications and efficiency of Mr. Alex. S. Pax-to- n ia:xr titude in 1S76 He held in the hollow of you alone fill my hearl; you are my." and regulate the bowels. No family can afford to aa a teacher. Ills discipline Is kind, but llrin not noted for their modesty or their amall-nce- s. his hand peace or war not a sectional war At this point ho ceased speaking, because be without taem. They will save hundreds of and good. 3 0-03After ever) body elea had given his From the Uev. J. Rice Dowmap, D. D In doctors' bills every y ar. Sold at fifty as the rebillion, but a neighborhood war Maud, with one sweep of the broadax con- dollars llAttKisoNnuKO, Va.. July , 1882. cents a bcttle by Tenny & McAlister. opinion a voun man accompanied by a -- OF ALL CLAS5LS- I take pleasure In testifying to Mr. Alex.S. 's with all its tremendous consequences. Ha cealed behind her chair, had cut ofl his Positive Cure for Piles. high literary attainments, his xeal in his young lady was invited to express his conchose wisely, and inspired by the purest neck, rulnlug the carpet. "I am oorryi Noatly and Choaply Executed. Io thepeorlecf this county we would say that profession, bis facility In imparting Instruction victions on tho momentojs question. This his conscientious rpgard lor well and most exalted patriotism. Hut a cerhe Biid, "but I am too young to die, and we have been given the Agincy of Dr. Mjrchlsl'a andtho Intellectual development uttbe moral as comas the youth watching the young man was engaged in tain demonstration pending the count of if he loved me ua dearly as he said he did Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed mitted to his care. was faca of the young woman, who or money refunded Internal, External, the vote of New York last fall made it in a few days lie would have shot me full to cure Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price 60c a box. From 8. P. Hall, Sec. Hoard of Trustees Bolivar Blind Academy. to a.vcctly sleeping upon hla shoulder, know the time of day and read For salo by Penny A McAlister, Druggists. Madisosvillk, Tknjj., April 1, 1873. br:athlng through Iter mouth Inatead of her clear such a sacrifice would never be again of hole. I Prof. Alex. S. Paxto.i taagbt In Uollvar Stalo A Pittsburg Post. permitted. the papers, and tho present American fash- nose. He was so vigilant in hi guard FoiihIo Academy. Ills general deportment was Daughters, Wives and Mothers. ion in affection ruus to revolvers mid sweethat of a rellned, Christian gentleman. In the against mosquitoes lighting upon the face We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchtsl'a Louisvillk, Ry, Feb. 21, 1832 I beschool room he proved himself a ripe scholar, a shooting again.'' Sbe was was saved a Female Ketncdy, to cure Female DIs thorougn ana eraclcul lnatructor ana a good disof th's fair one, evidently hi own 'ittle lieve tho "Famosa" as improved by you to theart (47) is no flatterer. Would you as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and ciplinarian Brooklyn Eagle. esss, such tiredy wifey, that hi owu neck and fact ben in fe and efficient article, and that its t ti, cn Ulceration, Falling and Dltplaecmoit or bearing leid ta) make it tell a sweeter tale? trtf of tlul lUll regular use will conduce to the preservawere exposed to the assault of tho enemy. Tho 115 theological echools of this nation down fulling, IrregularltloJ, Barrenness, Change ot icii 4 u, an.i has ( spring-le- g '" Magnolia Balm is the charmtJLx ,0 "Al. yM tloi at uuUsjrul siHxUa "Do I think moiqultoes are of any uaa in tion of the teeth and gums. It will be have S9500.000 productive property and an Llfe.Leiichorrlia'a, besides many weaknesses SLy'CSiiOTialwS nm VJ from tbe above, liko Headache, Bloatns, Spi.tinrHvr.Ros.. by many who object to the annual incomeof S(00,000. This is far ahead er that almost cheats the he said, with eovero alap and 'specially liked this nal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, Rr--i y.'4Z v.r'M useofsoap, a the flavor of improved looking-glas- s. tl o jtu' . 4bU no rtttkt scratch?. "Yoe, I think they aro. It i "Famosa" makes it agreeable the the taste of tin S" medical schools, whose produc- Palpitation of the Horn, Ac. For inlo by to tno. iKt Icfttiiti lUi nx?- :K:r.I::t:3. Prices 81 and 81 50 per battle. Send to Dr. thoir ( Up) mission to remind a feller that B Ooar Doyle. D. D. S. Prepared only tive property is only S350.000, nnd income cicci3oti,agK: 1 A. L. fcMITH. J free. Ohl. yTtfl (slap ttnd scratch) this isn't heayen, after by Famosa Chemical Co , Louisville. For $21,000. Christianity has a stronger hold J. B. Marcblsl, Utlca, N. V., for pamphlet, For eale by Penny & McAlister, Drugslsls. mediciue. by M, L. Bourne, Stanford. sale 1 on business men than Herald. all, (Ui 'em."-Chic- $nimor$ourna DENTIST, cent-lookin- II3Il lt a - 3NTotloo in-la- text-book- 5fi-- Farm cold-blood- never-fallin- lt 62-- DesirableResidence ICE! ICES! ICE! tny-nel- wood-hous- e, ex-M- r. Masoulicimer's Restaurant K e, BIue-(ra- ar (5J-C- t) I t: n 37-l- at two-bor- m L. & N. 49-t- d ur-pl- us, Classical LINE SOUTH & WEST FEMALECOLLEGE SEPTEMBER 9th, 1 Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Stanford Female m sta.iv iroiir, n SEaU-WEEKL- Y- three-quarter- s Interior Journal W. P. Pro'r. -- Nkh-defn- two dollar year. 75;02LI5L Pax-ton- The Mirror , woi-M?- Drug-gist- s. t a30 ForSat.f. A lot of splendid aged DANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. work mulea and common horses. Call on Appletoas are repined to haye The & The Miller, Stanford, Ky. J. S. began fall tsrm of the D. D. Institute made $9,000,000 out of their encyclopedia John II. Thursday with 120 pupils. Others Hughes. already; will constantly come in. DEALER IN Middleton ASherley, of Shelby coun September 22, 1885 Stanford, Ky. Tom Curtis killed Wm. P. Organ at Mr. J. R. Dodd, of this county, hia ty, fold 140 head of Southdown sheep at Ilorso Shoe, Groceries HnddlcM, Henderson by cutting hia throat with a been appointed a storekeeper and guager Hardware, auction. Yowling ewca averaged $7.50, XallH, Iron, . QiieeiiBwure, Biikkj Whips, Barlow knifr. and will go on duty at Mock's distillery 2 rams $7 to $15 and yearling and 2 year-olW. P WALTON. , Hai-HotoBuggy UhcclH, Stoves, Cano M Ills, The admission to tha Liulsille Et- miles from town. p:r head. Spoltea, Grates, position hi bren reduced to 25 centa for asfgn-me- nt Cider MUIk, Lap Cover, E Flalg, jeweler, has made an The Price Current eaya ita rcporta indi ItliUH, Stoneware, Corn NhellorH, Col lam, lo Logan McKee, for the benefit of It teems etrange lo the unsophisticated' every day Inis the cate that the present corn crop of the counCappa furnishing music at the Lou creditors. Liabilities something near $1,- Is nevertheless true, that for several but it try will aggregate 1,090,000,000 bushels, an Oliver Chiliad, Champion Stool and Brinloy Combined Plowi, Wooden! an supposed to be isville Exposition now, Daniroch's time increase of 195.00ti.000 bushels, or nearly 900; assets $2,500 or $2,000. years tne Courier-JournCaat Pninpi, and the Celebrated Mayflold Elevator. Tin Root having expired Saturday. a young priest from Father Crane, the leading demicratic paper of the South, 11 per cent, over last year. Ingand Onttering will have prompt attention. Small bills are at a premium of 25 Louisville, takes the place of Father Volke, editor a republican has had for h managing The Finzsr Bros., bought the one hunetnietmcn j John uriaht, Jr. of the deipst dye, Mr. George Jones osnta on $100 in New York The banks dred thousandth hogshead of tobacco sold of the German colony in Boyle county durTrueheisooe 01 the most competent bb are unable lo obtain them at the Treasury. in Louisville this year, at $1.70 par piund, ing the absence of the latter. Though beatea br the Puritan the Dr. R. M. O.'ear fell out of a wagon well as the hardest working newspaper man They will the aggregate being $2,023. Friday night and waa considerably bruised. THE XJEW GROCERY AXD HARDWARE HOUSE OF in the 8 ale, but the average layman on Genesta got away with fleet of nine good manufacture it into a favorite brand. It waa reported on the street that his leg not appreciate how a man can advocate the yachts, and curled ofl a $1,000 cup for Wine grapes are chep in California had been broken, bit the report was incorprinciples of one put? in his writings and good. this season, though the crop ia light. The The Courier Journal of Friday waa a rect. with the other, and had it support and act finest varieties will not bring over $20 a A negro man named William Goggina been Generally known, that psper would b'gger thing than the Tobacco Parade, ton. The wine makera are making more have been accused more than it was of hav- whtci waa the biggest thin ever seen in discrimination in vatioties than formerly wns arrested Sunday and committed to jail XS.75T. un a charge of shooting a little mulatto ing republican 'proclivities. Tnis anomi-lo- us Louisville. The farm of 23GJ acres on the Huston-vill- e Aaron C. Wooley, a Lexington lawyer, bov named Hubble. No particulars except Would kl. dly ik youratteatlon to the condition ha bjen changed by the fict that ther hire Just returned Irom the cities rltb pike, belonging to the heira of W alarms being tired of life, committed suicide in ihnt the boy ia thought to be badly woundresignation of Mr. Joce, who will fill a rth and welt iflecteJ Hock of CHOtCK H. Hays waa sold by John M. Reid Com and the his room in tbo Windsor Hotel, Cincinnati, mfssloner, to Forestus Reid at $00. He ed similar paction on the Commercial, The recent Conference of the M E. succe'sionof Cil. E Polk Johnson to the Thursday afternoon. also bought the 30 acres adjoining and beA computation made at the Treasury Cnurch at Versailles retained Rev. E U. vacancy who. if not hampered in his work, longing to Mra. Kate Haya at same price. In enJlf it ttrlcty, Jtlnty In auallty anJ Mtlifictorj In prlwj thliwo susnnte. Our aim shall b' Pierce will leave no grounds for even a suspicion Department shows that the bullion value al all tltuej to supply erery wsnt In our line. Danville Court About 239 cattle church, aa pastor of the Walnut Street this place. Mr Pierce is very pop democracy. We shall of a Btandard silver dollar, according to nn market; prices ranged from 3 to 1 and a ol anything but true cents. crnm! ular with hia congregation and our clt'z'ns miss him greatly, however, from our favor the London rate of silver, ia 70 0 trmnv wtttiilmwn a! thnl nrice. Liri?ft One hundred and ninety thousand galCumlitsofthclJUnJird Hands oi Europe anJ Aiaerlc. Our lire. tin. r rvn.,,. ite, the lima, which has held a big band in few 0f Sneralls. lot of aged mules on the market but Mack Burton, who is charged in tie theju.lly celebrateJ "Oreat Heime" and ,n.ny other f.tnlly l.rorllM. Our Chin. OlZ making the beat paper in the country. lons of whisky were shipped from Owens-bor- o them were sold. Pricea ranged from $75 of T.ble, Tea nj Ctumtr Sets complete, UlaMwar Biyle Circuit Court with selling whisky and Qukiiiwin stock cocl.t. ! Saturday for export to Bremen. The luck to him in his new position, Here' rlculr to $150. A number of plug horses sold at andetched. In the wty of Hre.ditufli name Iluckwhcat Flour, tbo which we know be will honor in conduct- tax on that amount of good would be $17,- - from $G0 to $S0. Crowd good, business aa without license, couldn't come to time and br.tfd ratent -- O. M." Flour. uriT.lleJ lor csk. .nd psitry, while. Itlceouno ol ill trlboi Our clJ .nd Hominy, our' own 000 be tried because he is in jtil in Anderson otic products, arrsyrd n faithful adjunct.. All the delicacies In Foratgn ing. uaual. and Do.ae.tlc Confection, Sixty thousand pounds of butter waa At the sale of B T. Gentry in Madi county. The Commonwealth's Attorney are here. Tin, Stone, WooJen and Wlllowwsre, Electric Lamp, Utallontry. Canned Meat, and Frniu finds tha t and a cotaplstellneofCigsr. and Tobacco.. Well, this la only a hint of The Covington Commoniocalth bought in the open maiket at London, Mon- son, corn in the field brought $1 43 and at passed the case for the present. what we have Uelltrln. that w. can make It to your Interest, w. confidently a.k an exsmlnatlon of our good, and your the State is charged with the keeping of 121 day, for shipment to the United States. Thla John Francis' Bale near Kingston broke patron- An ameteur concert for the bentfit if Itc.pectlully, idiots in the pauper counties of Bell, will be the first of several shipments to be mulea brought $106 to $110; mule colts, Trinttv Episcopal church, was given TAt.OU IlIlOTllKri. at the Breathitt, Clay, Harlan, Knox and Laurel, made, $57; yearlings, $65; yokes of oxnn $126 to Opera Houe Thursday night. There wrg amounting to $9,015, while the six reve President Cleveland declined to ap- 5132; yearling cattle, $27.75; a good audience present and the ttlorts of nue payirg counties of Campbell, B:one point aa postmaster at Augusta, Me., the $20.25 to $51; yearlings, $19 ; heifers, ineperiormera irequentiv applauded, esGrant, Harrison, Kenton and Pendleton, editor of a paper that published ecinda-lo- us $10 50; corn in the field, $1 2T to $1.55; oats, pecially the singing of Miss Lily Wood, with nearly three times as much populaiiin, Register. articles in regard to Mr. BUine'a of New Orleanswho is viniting Miss Mat-ti- e $1.75. only have 25, and concludes that the pauFieher. The movement to euppresa per counties are swindling the State. The A remarkable case of faith cure is rein thia State by subscription to The dismiesal of the Rev. Jabez Fox conclusion is no doubt a, correct one, bat from tha Register' offi: ia Washington a fund with which to pay for the animals ported in Boyle couotv; that of Miss Sallie DIALIll IS- the judge1, upon whom devolves the ques- reveals that there are a half dozen more attacked and have them killed at once, has McDonald, daughter of Jesse McDonald. Drugs, Books, Stationery and tion of the support of idiots, 1. 11 us that poor republican preachers fastened upon beenabandoned. The meeting called at She had been affected with spinal comr,.TTi7jCjr" Fnnnv Art In loo II W I wvi the principal reason that there are more of the Treasury as clerks. UllVJ Lexington waa ellmly attended and the fact plaint and confined to her bed for months these unfortunate cre&turea on the charge The Secretary of the Treasury haa ap was developed that few farmers took any past, when about two weeks ago at the PbjrtlcltD' atcurattlj cvupoumM i of the State in pauper counties is because pointed N. B Bacon to be Superintendent interest in the matter, and fewer still were conclusion of religious exercises conducted their parents are not as able as in the rich- of tfce Custom-hous- e by Rev, Mr. Btirchfield, of Cincinnati, she at Toledo, O. Mr.1 willing to contribute to ita extinction. er counties to support such The tobacco market in Louisville ia rose from her bed saying she was well and of Presiden Bocon is a brothet-in-hThere is something in this, but not a improved in some departments, while all has been going about ever since. She Tho Largest Stock of Cleveland and is a republican. Watches, Clocks, to account for the great discrepancy Through the long strike of the nailers have been sustained. The better grades of claims that her faith restored her. Jewelry and 8ilverwara and the fa:t remains patent, that the coun- thestcck of naila at Pittsburg and the Wtst Burley leaf have received more earnest atHon. Chas. OJutt, of Bourbon, was in Erer bought lo this market rrlc ties that have raided so heavily on the haa been almost exhausted. Dealers re tention from buyers, and good and fine town to day on his way to Cisey Lower thn count,'', the Lowett. Watchra, Clock, and Jew.lry ReTreasury for witness fees, are also well up port the supply smaller than for twenty grades may ba quoted 75t(5$l 50 higher aa Mr'. Mary Warren returned from Pulaski paired on ihoit notice and Warranted to swindling in the idiot claim business. years, and say that an order for 100 kegs to class. Medium leaf of fair to good county Saturday, where she has been for mtmm"m'mmmmmm grades ia 2550c higher, and low grades of some time past visiting her children. Dr of Appeals is buckling iteelf could not be filled The Court Seven convicts, who recently escaped leaf, aa well aa lugs, are steady to firm. Jamea Letcher, a dentist who his heretodown to business and does not teem to be using a microscope to detect technicalities from a convict camp near Little Rock, have Prices run for dark and heavy Irom 3 to fore lived in Henderson, will probably in Dtnville. Mr. Heory Hatniltcrj on the Maumell 17 centa and for Burley from 1 to 22 centa so much m formerly. Saturday it afirmed fortified themselves Jr., of Dallas, Trxas, formerly of this place, the life sentence of Frank Rankin for the Mountains, eighteen miles above Little per pound. It took two days to dispose of all of ia in town visiting old friends. Messrs. T. murder of Martin Cody in Louisville, when Rock, where they defy capture and keep Col. J. H. Bruce'a personal fleets at aucG Offut and J. B. Elwards are in Logan him of a the neighborhood in terror. a few months ago, it relieved AND The late king of beasts, the great Jum tion. The crowd Friday, though much county. Mr. Lecompte Davis, of Mercer similar sentence on a very flimsy technicaliXPiii-nitiu-- e ty. The lBt trial ol Rankin was by a bo, leaves a Qaeen to mourn his loss, but smaller than the day before, was large and county, is atudying law in the cilice of Mr ! as her grief is assuaged hy the exceptation of the household and other furniture sold K. P. Jacobs. Mrs. Maggie Cecil, of Lex change of venue in Shelby county, and A I till mul complete nitMoriuieiii or two juries and the Court of Appeals have a royal heir In February, 1SS7. Bunum moderately well. The most important iouton, was the guest of Mrs. Granville Ce Furniture, emliriicltitr o eri-fhluffrom tliu ChenpeHt to tile FlncHf pissed on his case, it is not likely the Gov- will sue the railroal for $2 000,000, and items of the sale were 9 aged mulea at$12J cil last week NuIIch. No to $200; a blooded mate at $390; yearling Circuit Court began thia morning with need to Ko to the lurKe cltlen to umhc your iiiircliiiNCH, no matter ernor will interfere, but allow the law to turn hia Ioh into an advertising gain. It is said that investigation will prove olta $30 to $230; yearling cattle, extra, Judge Owsley and Commonwealth's Attor-torne- y whin quantity or quality you wiuil, hm I can and ulll duplicate take its course in the case. Warren prestnt. Tte grand jury any pr.ccH you can obtain elsewhere, freight lielng added. Alae that the accident on the K. C. of a few days $37 35; milk cowa $40 lo $70; short horn Some little jick leg officer, seeking notoago waa caused by obstructions placed upon cattle $10 to $100; hogs 4 centp; wheal S1.1G waa charged by the latter and ia made up a full assortment of Colli iin, Cii-c- n. NhroudH and IIoIicn emlirsc. riety, having stated that he was present at the track and that Dr. Roberta and wife to $1.20; barley $1; old corn $1 80; corn in of the following named gentlemen: S V, liigall the Xew NtrleH. both clienn umi IVaro room the capture of Jeflkrson Davis and that be were Rowland, Foremac; Nicholas McDowell, oppowlto St. Awaph Hotel. Stanford, Ky. not killed by the cars but murdered field $1.10 to $1.23. had on among other articles of woman' and pliced on the track to II. U. Farris, Jo. II. Thomas, Tncs. Liilard, cover the GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT apparel, a hoop skirt, that gentleman dented Jas. West, T D. Caestnut, Anthony Wayne, crime. the charge with great vehemence. The Lancaster. A M. Taylor, Jno. VandentlV, R A. Wal-ke- r, An Owsley county man named Thoa. New York World has hunted up the official Mrs. Atha Dunn has been appointed R Q Davis, R F Vermillion, Saml. yeara of age, is the Murrel, eighty-thre- e report bearing upon the subject and found of postmistress at Bryantsville, this comity, Shelton, Wm. IVp'. I L. Webb. ather, grandfather or The that a waterproof cloak and a shawl are 730 descendanta. Abjut two yeara ago he vice Benjamin Jenninga. Col. Hill Ander- standing jury ia aa follows: W. C. Kern, the only articles claimed t,o have been married a young lady sixteen yeara old, son's commission aa P. M. at thia place ex- S. A. VanSickle, Pan Waters, H. N. found on Mr. Davis at tie cipture and and the union waa blessed last month with pires Oct. 14'b. Mr. Sam M Peacock will Mitchell, Jno. Tewmev, F. W. Pinckard, these articles are cow in the poseeseion of a baby. likely get the appointment. Jno. W. Broyle. L. G. Hankla.Oeo. Tark-ingtthe War Department. Rev. Green Clay Smith's revival at the The Governor has commissioned Wm. Wm. Kenney, J. O. Eans, Peter Baptist church is attracting large audiences Farlee, S W. Ewing, W. W. Webb, S P. late U. S. Marshal of B Harrison, of Lebanon; Clarence U. LotWbioui, of Bowling Green and Malcolm Yea-ma- and much interest ia being manifested. The S:one, W. B. Moore, G D. Haroian, W II. Ohio, who imagined that his duty was to of Henderson, as Special Judges of result thua far ia ten converts. Rjv. C. M. King, G. L.Martin, W. B. Arnold. Tillord brutally bulldozj democrat) at the polls duty with alacrity, the Supreme court to hear and decide the Humphrey delivered hia first sermon in this Purdom, Harvey Wmgate, J. A. Bonta. and who performed that has given another evidence of brutishne?B case of John J. Cornelison vs. the Com- place at the Methodist church Sunday. A Clivzr Confidence Couple. A Mies Sallie Anderson has returned from and cowardliness, by itrikiog the old veter- monwealth of Kentucky. a visit to Covington and Maya Lick, Ky. beautiful R'rl, with large blue eyes and gol The fair Palermo ia about to be devasan, Gin. Darbin Ward, In the face because Jen hair, but shabbily dressed, greatly inbe dared to allude to his infamoua acts at tated by cholera. Sunday there were 258 She ia accompanied by Mias May Ferguton, Miss. Mollie Burdelt ha terested a large crowd of gentlemen on cne Cincinnati, in a public speech. The scoun- new cases and 114 deaths. King Humbert, of Covington. of the Etl river ferry boat the othsr day drel ought to be in the penitentiary where who last year endeared himself to hie sub- - returned from Boyle and Scoit counties be could not wreak his jests by his faarlass efforts in behalf of the 31ies Honeywoou riuuman i "m irom a by sinRinc very sweetly and tenderly the he bjloaga, so lint well known Lymn, ' Jesug, Lover of My vengence on old meo, physio lly unable to ku defers from an epidemic, expscta soon to visit to Wincheder. Dr. F. J. Frszse, of Saul." As she cincluded one verse, a large, is in ton. Mr John WoodRichmond, visit Palermo on a similar mission. cope with him well dressed man called a deck ham! and A boat filled with tourists waa struck cock ia in Dtnville. We acknowledge tin receipt of a John M. Logan has rented the two ordered htm to put her out of the cabin, by lightning on the lake in Yellowstone an 1 an earnest invitation fom National Park last Wednesday. One wo- store rooms under the city hall and will she looked despairingly and burnt 'n'o tsaia friend, Judge Sam M. Boone, the our old man waa instantly killed and two or three open up a dry goods establishment in one There were cries of "Throw him overboard" secretary, to attend the Pulaski Fair which The large and genu' furnishing good in the other. "Let her alone," "Shame!" and lasts till others badly stunned. The boat waa driv- Col begins at Somerait W. O. Bradley has removed to his new man, who looked like a railroad preslden', en ashore by the wind, and the unconscious Friday afternoon. As much as it would occupants were not discovered until some residence on Luington ave. J. C. Hemp insisted; said that the deck hand was doln pleaso m to go and renew our old acquainthill ia building a neat dwelling house on his duty, and that the ferry company had time afterward. anceships, we will not be able to attend Yesterday the New Eagland Veterana Lexington street. J. C Thompson ia erect- ordered all nuisances suppressed. He acbut Lincoln county will bj well representvisiting in Virginia marched to the Con- ing an office at the rear of hia jewelry knowledged that be had complained of her. ed both in pjople and stock. federate Cemetery at Harriaonbjrg and store, C C Stormes will remove to his The murmurs of discontent and anger arose around nim, at which he seemed will be nomi actually decorated with 11 wers the gravea new store room in a few days. It is likely that Gov. Hill While coming to town Thursday even- somewhat disconcerted and approaching tbe nated to succeed himelf by the New York of their old enemies. Iftbiaaort of thing son of James Logan, poor glrl,taidt democrats this week. There are a dczjn or isn't stopped John Sherman will not be ing a "What's the matter, sissy?" of but none able to revive enough hostility to last who lives on Long Branch, thia county, acmore republictns spoken Then she told her pitiful story of a sick cidentally shot bim'elf while monkeying enough to name the man they through the 0"ilo campaign. N Y prominently with a 32 calibre pistol. The ball passed mother, a dead father, no work, hunger, Thev hold then conven- - World. will nominate. through hia right hand and enterel hia distress and her anxiety to get employ tion at Siratoga LAND. STOCK AND CROP right leg just above the knee, causing a ment. Tne Watertown lima gives the case of a "On, don't send me to prison," she cried necessarily dangerous Pure Northern aeed wheat for stlo by verv painful, but not little girl who was dying with ecarlet fever. The little fellow came on into breaking down completely. wound. Geo D, Wearen. She sent a "dving kiea" to a little friend Tne large man was abashed, and the of Dr. Bush, Foil Sale: Seed wheat and rye, Clark town, went to the residence which was imprinted on a letter and a cir-cl- e and on being informod that that gentleman crowd looked angry and scornful again Cash, McKinney. drawn around the kieeed spot. Tta lie at once apolog z d, and to show his re Sbeedy. the Chicago turfman, who was was attending religious service', came down spot when the let "little friend" kisied the to the church and calmly seated himselt on gret for his blunder, immeJiately took out once a bootblack, is estimated to be worth ter waa received and aborily afterward theBteps outside where ho nwaiUd the close a fire dollar bill, which he dropped into $200,000. a victim to the disease. It was the of the services, when hia wounJs received her hat. Then he passed the hat, which At Mr, Fielding Thurmnnd'a sale, Satonly case in the place and her physician was sion filled with money. After the pas- urday, milk cows brought $35 to $10 nod proper attention affection was communicated believes the eengershad left the boat he joined the girl The notice posted in hia room at h New calvea S10 to $20. through the mails. and they bith went ofl together. He was Prairie fires in Minnesota and Dakota Orleans hotel puzzled a Texas editor, and a clever confidence man, and before the French have destroyed A piper preeented the harvested cropa and im- heaollloqu zad thus: "This is a queer Intbe young woman was his wife. Sciences estimates that a man plements of hundreds of farmers. Acedtmy of tel. If a guest can pay his billa every p ? at 50 rears of age has slept an aggregate of In the first eight month i of the year week, what use has he got or Woman, Ood bleei her brinht eyts, can why ahould he 0,000 days, worked the same length of time, Chicago handled 103,991 more cattle, 9G9,. And if there is a mike rofs bloom in the deef, anil so eaten 2 000 daye, walked S00 days, end been 928 more hogr, and 91,224 more sheep than pay his bills at the cud of the week? There minted she on give to the most ommon-plac- e ill COO days ia some mystery about this hotel that I In tho same part of 1SS4. aflalc-- of life rather much of a rainBoston Journal. A farmer in Owen county haa a cow cai't understand." Thero ia a natural bndgo near the bow look; but to save her evebrjw H'e bjtween Arizona and New which h8 given birth to twin cilves twice boundary line Bin Francisco fishermen my tbe eeals and cn't use a pen without getting ink on her Mexico, twenty miles north of the Atlantic in the last two yeara. Within four yeara sea lions in the harbor must go. They con- - fingers any more than she can remember & Pacific railroad, which aurj asses in eyery he has sold $92 worth of her calves and has same 44,000 tons of fish a year-tno- ugh to the day of the montb.-Yon- kers Sla'.ef-8-ippman. three still on hand. way the famous one in Virginia. the whole city. VOTES OF CURRWT EVENTS. W. H. HIGGINS d TAYLOR BROS. HUSTONVILLB, FAMILY GROCERIES Pt OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY .... .,. mar-riac- e. Wmmj& M Alfeteu PHARMACISTS, -- pluero-pneumo- nia rl ptrsKi-.ptlot- JSsmKi0m wa&g) g, JEWELERS. sufE-cien- cy k-ca- te xk UNDERTAKER, Iealei- in f Parlor PLEASE DON'T FORGET on, Mc-Elr- oy, That we carry the Largest Stock of Groceries, Hardware and Queensware in the city; That we are Millers' Agents and wholesale depot for Flour and Meal; That our stock of Pleasure Vehicles, including" everything from a Hoard Cart to a Barouche, is always complete, twelve-year-ol- be-cir- well-know- n 8re-eec- fire-eaea- And thai we guarantee Lowest Prices, style and finish considered. Also, that we still handle the cel ebrated Wagons, "Old Hickory" and Mitchell. Big line of Farming Implements, Grain Drills, Turning Plows, ooin ruling ana waiKing, And all of which we guarantee at Lowest prices. ly BRIGHT & CUR RAW. A- - 1 tbe riddle of my life waa solved lav awake that niuhl, thinking of G )' good THE aud New Hoe of Fall Gjoda opened at Billy Ball Shot to Death by Hit Son nea to me personally, yet wondering if I MTOJSYJI.LE BUSINESS COLLEGE. waa to go on In isolation, without church Slraltoii. " Btanford, Kyn September 22, 1885 KIim A Lev IV Cull nod examine. George. to the end ol my earthly lift; connection, The second nine of Stanford went out to and find what my heart ye trned after, only Boop.k.epBglBho.h.nd.l.,iMh,p.1)pe.wrlei Mr. J M. Martlu' Saturday and played WHISKY THE PItDlECAl'SGOP Til JTlUOLlir in tbe communion of Stints in he vei ; the b.b1. Arlihm.tie ac. It J. only t.A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. CM ,. Uuh t ., hooU , V thl. Hello, wherein the Halls Qap nine five innlnge only beatadff)t tj dear Lord opened my blinded eyes and I Another horrible homicide has been stall trsln going North ,...JM9 r. M. ing them 8 to 7. u 1 W Ft M ovum .. ...... ded to the bloodv record, and h fatntr lie saw Ilia Church shine forth "fair as the taok,,.cd.th.rf,hpr.le.lknow.dw , ... ii nipmMraln" Mouth .... l si a.m. ' The talo of the personally of the late the victim of his own eon. About mid- mooo, clear aa the tun, and terrible as an rocofanvcottnthewut. Thou aaJ.u, ,uewllI. griJu ' vr addrcsi Theatre It calculated on standard time, Bolat Jamea Crow will be made today nod next night Sjndny George T. Ball delivered army with banner." tlms li ibout M minutes" faslar Saturday, Mr. L. B Adima will depose himself to the j tiler saying that he had CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNT. shot and killed hia father, William M of his atock and other personal property. ' Cor. ThtM avi Jtflmon, LOUISVILLE, Bill, Ihe distiller. His story was that the KY. i0C4 NOTICES. Fon Sale. 200 buhel o' seed rye, A rattlesnake with 17 rattlea waa old man had whipped his mother when he good. M. J. Harris. Boy your school booki from Penny A killed on the knnba near town the other remoastratrd, Thia enraged him greatly and (cAIIter All person Indebted to me will please Completr Hock of iicbool book and evening by John S ruck, the pitcher for the he went for a pistol saying that he would ee't.'e at once. Mrs. H. L. Steger. 3t achool suppllea at McR)brta A Stnjrg'H. Htanfords, who did tbe work with a small settle him right there. In a moment he HUS TONVILLE. LINCOLN COUNTY. Watches and Jewelry repaired on abort Flobert rill. returned wifn a navy In hia band cocked, notice and warranted by Fenny A McAlia-te- r. Soc 0en ani fauiilv have returned Maiiion Owsley, who waa some time when the son grabbrd hi own weapon and Buy the Haas Hog Remedy, the origi- aeo returned from the Lunatic Aylum as shot hltn o that he expired in a few mo- from tbe summer campilgn at Cumberland , nal and onlv genuine, from Penny AMcAN incurable and harmlra, has recently devel- ment'. A eouu a thia waa done he ran Falls. Wo'idie Green ha b lUht the bakery, leter. lo hi brother in law's and oped a dangeruua spirit, and bin friend Iroin the A co.MM.RTr. Mock of jewelry, latent It is raid that atock abd good will of Ciarlie B hop and wbrn he was Irom there cime t. tyle, IWkford watrhea a apecially, Pen-n- y had him retried Teslerday, added a butchery to iriv- - coaip'etfne to A McAIIxter. aeain ordered to the aylum, Hals abjtit foryeir Ihe old mao ha been very disaK greeable lo hi fiuiily and especially to his the concern. FxitMtns, Head Tjiih. Oo to Dr. M. CO year of age. : i i . ;i-- i Mrs. John D. Ctrpenter sent me orders wife, the result of drink, from the fleets ol L. Bourne' druu atom and get one package The Harrodaburg beat the Dtnvllle which he wa never fiee Riised almost to a wfek or a,jf nut to uitntiou a recent of b'hm A. Clark'K Hob Kemedy, If you Wall Paper, Wliiew. In -- fen l are not aatiafimi after ticing it your money Saturday 10 to 2. Tue Stanforda played tLe habit, George ha also been a Ohcmlcnlia, increase in hrr family. Thia ia my apo'ogy UooIin. fiiauur hard (Hiirtieiu,MiiK will be refunded. I'alntH, DanvlHea last evening and w! play them Mtaflonerj', OieitrH. drinker ard it i supposed that both were to tl.e intereting li ih stranger for not NoitfiH, . again Wednesday, which will cloe the Ae drunk l oliacco-- . Pocket uilery, LnmpK, at the time of tbe terrible aOtir. noticing it advent Perfinnory, PERSONAL Plro 1 rui-sedation game for the aeaaon Theie may Wien we saw him yesterday morning be .TIacltiii Mr. S b;M, who ha been fir some Joe 6evi:itANCE hm g'ne lo KIrka he an exhibition game or two here but it is seemed aim at bereft of hia senses, so great month drilling our rising generation In more likely that the dub will disbind Tille to chool. ly a be eufteriug from remorse, and be vcctl music, prupoee giving an exhibit!' n B G PKN.viNorotf, of Piilukl, ia Tto nMit and hope that Mould frtquently give vent to hia anguish of hi sncce-illing hi. parent". The poitmaater haa received instructions to horrible groans. A reporter visited tbe everybody will be present. a pouch by the night trains for the rcene Mifs Home pENNixriTOS'fl school to A large a'semb age collected at the but could learn nothing point South of Junction Citr on the G S. from tue family, m it seems there waa no Prcshvtenan church on Sunday to hear numbers 10 pupil. Vlt I). Ki.am ha Mti'nel from the R. R , tu answer to our complaint abouttbe whneste to the deed, and they were Rev, Randolph, of Dmville, but it io connection there. Thia will help na some prostrtted with grief as to be unable to hie regular day at Williamtwn he did not citlf with hi fall stock. MiriAi.uk Dunn, of Richmond, ia In thetrnnsm!aion of our pnpe-a- , if we can give any intelligent statement concerning the gueatof Mra. II. C. Bright. Tr e leader nf tl c untj will pVsse get Iheui printed and labelled be 'ore Ihe the matter. A cocked p'.etol was lying beMiw M D Euidhe haa cone to mail cloo'a in mind tha the first regular meeting side the bdy of the dead man and betide CitnpMl.Tlll- - to v.!t her aister. ie set We havr information, from a reliable three hole in hieideaod bowels there wrs of the County Teac'iera' Mil J M. Hockkh, a Lixinptoa f.irn-Saturday, th- - 20'.h inst., t Crab source, that it has been decided to build a gaplcg wound in the forehead, which DEALEKI- N- binker, waa mr to ree hfa nephew last the Chesapeake A Nashville Ry., by way of showed that a bullet had also penetrated urcnra uri.o r. u larrant is presi- week. deul and will give a hearty welcome to all Columbia, Ciaey'a Creek and Hustonville tbe brain. It was pitiful to listen to tie Mn. Wim. Hahdin, of Meridian, Odr informant probably did not intend that moans and screams of the wife and daugh- who attend. Let the meeting b full. Mlas , ha viaiilng hi brother, Mark we should make the fact public, Tbe efficacy of advertising Is illus'ra but our ter, and tbe scene was a most sickented by tbe London paragraph in your last Hardin duty aa a reporter of new compels ua to ing one. Mil JamhT Cappcv haatakenapoai-lin- n give our readera the "p'doter" A later messenger says that he learned Toe man who advertised in the Inteiuok Yo'emite in thea'ore of hla brother in A. A. New, from them that while none of the family Journal to "feed 100 mule" little thought Wirnn. saw the shooting aa it occurcd inside of tbe that bis card would be read and commented CCMnEitLA.Ni Falls -- In a letter order- kitcheo, where George retreated after his on in the British meiropol a. The InteriMi.it. S. P. Stauu, K. P. Owalej and ing hia paper changed to Hutonvil!e. Mr. R S. Lyila nt to Chrlnntii yeiterd.y to father went for hie pistol, tbe circumstances or seems to bet circulated in "Greenltnd' SocOivein aayg. "The present, very deCj buy gooila leading to it are a giveo by him. Toe icv mouLtaina" and on 'India' coral " Verily it put Stanford In ccm S F. H. Taiuunt and Mis lightful and fairly successful season clos Mil. pariciue ia about -- J year ot age ami is strand Jennie Bnnhanan have return! from tho ed on the 19 h ThelaMofmy gueata bent very much either from acpinal disea'e mun'cat on with ihecivilizfd wurld send We feel that we Kouth A number of T0in ladiea came deputed on that day, or rheumatism. Billy Bill, as he waa fa- log it words of cl.eer from tha Aptlachian have lived down the yery unjist reports with them to aitend Tarrant College- miliarly known, had am&s-c- d considerable to the Sierra Nevada, breathing it admoMm I! W Power, uf thia city, left circulated azlnt the place in 1SS3; aa the property in the tntnufacture of whisky nitions to the crownel pltentate of Eu York Vt attend the mar- people have been vsry healthy both this and last wrek fir X repir's were rife tha' hia place waa t rope, and uttering a glad Kentucky shout riage of her nn, S, L Poer, which takta summer and last; not a single case of sick timet a very disorderly one. The tragedy on theeninra t n' the Himalayas, Think place to dar at ihe residence of the biide. nesa of i ny kind in the Iat two years, dee thi you talk la a terrible argument against the makiog, of thi , Walion,Hril Miw Belle Henderson and Mra. Foot Citusuni). Friday morning about handling or tasting of the accur ei stutl And everv week to more widel extended auBetile Fri'b hirivelrn attending their 3 o'clock aea through freight was climbing is a whole temperance lecture In Itself. The dience than wa- etfr repreented in the ick mother, Mr. O. T. McRiberta, hare the grade to this place assisted ftmed CoIHseum or waited oo the teach by the examining trial will bj called y. IN ADDITION TO GROCERIES AND f ROVI'IONS, HE KEEPS reiurnrd home Mr Mr It. la much bet- "pusher" it broke in two. Brakeman J. K. 'Squire Poitman went out yesterday af- irg of the most noted ancient eaees ter Jameaon was caught on the tail end and ternoon and held an inquest. Mrs. Ball Professor, looking at hia watch: '"A made the danger signal. The engineer re and Hugh Bailey corroborated the state have a few more minutes I shall be glad LOCAL MATTERS. versd at oner, nnd tbe iir thre Jameon ment made by Georgi above, when the fol- to answer anv q lestinn tht any one may "isii o as: " fcinc!nt-"W- ht time i it BEAi'Tiroi. Candies t T. R WaltnnN from the cat tu the track, where siveral lowing verdict was rtndered. - Chicago Sup. I over hi W- -, the jury, find that W. M. Bal came plas?''right fool cruah'ngit wheels pave hALI. t of Brothere' bxita and to a jelly. Dr. Rfid waa calleJ and as aoon to his death by being shot by bis eon, In Newport alang a mfsfit wife i one aioe l'i received at 8. II. SbanW, ho has found berlf so mlatnated that as it was light enough amputated the limb George, on the evening of September 20. b, had he from Ten Rime of Farmer National Btnk several Inche above tbe ankle. Toe man and 17 e believe thtt tbe killing was in self Theyha lonuerto part of graaher husbind. no widow or eriak well and the same day deftnse, as the deceased waa advanciog up divorced persons, Steele for anle. Apply at the Btnk. stood the operation but nlwy of misfit. on the son with a loaded pistol in hand, waa taken to hia home at Louisville. h limited and fifty tliotic Biikk cockfd and threatening to kill him because 1ETT illVKUTPSFUF.Ts. burred, for iale by Jcikik OwsLtY, while io Louiaville Ust the a. hi had taken the part of hi mother, and, hard nnd week, seems to have submitted to aa inter- We believe lienrr Biiiiiman. that the sou waa trying to pass view by a Commercial reporter, and from it out of tbe door and could not do so, ts it FOR firm bavin RENT. these indebt The we gather that he is emphatic in sayine wa fastened. It appear to u; therefore, ed to u will C'lifrr a favor by settling at will neither be a candidal for that he MY AND X.OTthat he ws bound to kill or be killed. J. once. Warien A Me'calf. Governor nor Senator and "don't think he'll J. Newland, G. L, Mershon, Silas Ander-ou- , On Danville ATenuo, In Stanf. The borne contains 7 rooms, cellar ami porch. Lot well lmpror YuU on buy good from u at tctual be a candidate for Circuit Judge again." bu;gr house, vacon sheJ. J. F. Dilaney, John G Seargent, Geo. f J, itabld with 6 stalls, an cUtern, all coal an.l imske houses J & cost and carriage until Ojiober We He think that McKjci!e or Bill Lindsay Lunsford. ne and lu good repair. Konulre on premiss. are cutting down stuck preparatory to tak- will succeed Senator Beck and from present It. HMiGIXH. In speaking of the meannesw ot the Cining in invoice for change In the firm. indicttiona i of the imprecaion that Buck-n- er n the day will be the next governor of Kentucky. cinnati Southern in Bright A Currm. Lincoln Girciiit Oourt. at Junction City and thereby in Sunday's pa Aa the interview appeared Lincoln County Teacher Afici-tio- n per which said that it was held "yesterday ,' deranging all mail communication be John 11. Hcgleman .(. Susie E. Kpgleuian, his wllr, The On ivtllton. In Kquitjr. will conyene in Crab Orchard cnSalur the Judge can prove an alibi, if he doe not tweeu here and there, the Hustonville cor Notics li btrcujr glrcn to whom It mar concern day, Sp. itlth, at 10 A. M Every teacher wish to stand by the report, for we know respondent of the Danville Advocatt saya that tbe petltlont tt, 3. Ii. Eaglcuun nnj Susie E. Engleuian have this dar Hint tbtlr petition In tbe in the countr is cordially Invited to be that he wo in Stanford at 7 o'clock Situr-da- that we will oblige the denizing of the West clerk's office olthe Llnco n Circuit Court, praying that the Court empower the sal J Susie E. Engle-ma- n present. Mis M ittio I". Morgan, Secy. at which time he took the K. C for End by opening batteries on the P, O. Deto ute enjoy, sell and convey, for her own may own or acqulro free partment. The departnunt ia not to blame benefit any property sbe of her husband; to make home. A case of tulf defecse waa made out for from the claims or debts ii i. it fills to give relief after it has re contracts, aue and be sued as a single woman, to John Cain in the warrant charging him The CiiEAMEiiY. About half of the unltH own name and todlspcseof her own trade In complaint. The trouble property her will or deed by with cutting with intent to kill Napier stock of the Creamery compiny wb repre ceived our earnest iiereoj oruercu mm iuij iioiics ie ruoiisu- It is at the examioirg Iriat yesterday and tented at the meeting Saturday, but in or- lies with the Cincinnati Southern, which e In the I.NTK1IOU JOURNAL, newspaper Ky., by two weekly ln published In he wai releared. Maion ie still living with der to obtain a full attendance and enable seem to have changed Its time purely for serttons before bUn'ord, regular tarm of tbe Lla the next rain rircult Court. chance for recovery. the manager and the secretary and Treas- spite. Ulvfn urder my hand as rlrrk of said Court, urer to make aa exhibit of tbe affairs of this 19th day ot September, 1935 RELIGIOUS. C'ACfiHT. John Stivers, charged with 1 J. P. BalLEY.Ck. L.C. C, slipping up behind John Veal at Athens, the company, it wai decided to postpone first Q jarterly Meeting of the cm The any action till next Saturday afternoon at in Fajette caunty, at the Auguat election, t tho MethodiBi will be held CASK 4 o'clock, when nil the stockholders are re- fetence year and ahcotitirf him dead, haa !:n arrested church next Saturday and Sunday. quested to be present A talk with treas by Marshal McOinni, ol Pittsburg, and reEld. J. G. Livingston's meetitg at Of a Colorod Man. turned to the tcene of the crime. Stivers urer MoRibena o&vince. m that we were Crab Orchard continues with unabated inworse scared than hurt, as matters are in I contracted a few fill case of blood initon In haa been a fugilit since the commission of In Cedar 1S33. I was treated by tome of thebest physicians a bad a condition a one would terest. He baptizid 30 persons tho deed and thi re waa 5200 reward ollertd not neirly in Atlanta. They un-- tbe old remedies of mercury and potash, wbleh brought on rheumatism suppose with a debt of $1,500 accumulated Creek yesterday. for bis c.ip'tire Of tbe 5,000 theologicil studenta in tl e and unpaired my digestive organs. Every Joint few months. A portion of the amount in a me was swollen and lull of naln. I was In a '! ,r,rrllile condition When I had been clven ud to Brought Back. Snerifl J. N. Menefer, wai expended for a cheese attachment, United States there are 1,000 Catholics, 809 In die, mypbys'clans. who hai seoa tbe worklnns of who went to Peabody, Kuma, for Henry which is now being put up aad which will Biptists, 020 Freabyterians, 525 Luther tbe meuicmo in omer cases, laougm io wouiu be to test tbe virtues R)berl, who had been arrested there by ba operated at once, tbe director think at ace, 451 Methodists, 253 Episcopalians, 115 a smendtd timecommenced taklug S.of8.Swift's phy 8. the When I Sberifl Thompson, returned with hia pris- a grcnt profit. There are more than S00 Christians. stcian said I could not live two weeks under ordinary treatment. He commenced to give me tbe Mr J R. James haa been employed by medicine strictly acoordlrg to directions, which I oner Sunday tnornlng. Rb?rts, it will be pounds of bitter on hand, worth at least I the congregation of the Biptlsts of this continued for sereril monthi. frrmtook nothing remembered, killed Nick Benedict, at $200, besides there are a number of email the first. Ocelse and commenced tolmprore e in a quarrel, which originated in debts due the concern, The unusually low place to preach for three Sundays a month, casionally I would bare a hack-e- l from Imprurheumatism left me, my appethe the alleged charge by Benedict that Rob- price of butter and the inability of the and it i expect id he will preach at Burn dence, eoonall light, and the uiccrs, which tLe tite became doctor sild was tno most frightful ho had ever Somerset Reporter. ert had set fire to and burned a stack of company to properly preserve it till retuu side one Sunday. seen, be au to hiai, and by toe flrat of October, wheat, The meeting conducted at the Baptist 1681, 1 was a well man again. lam stronger now After the killing Robert made nerative returned, ie given aa the before, and weigh more. I have I ever his escape aid haa been a fugitive till about cause of the debt accumulation. At 30 church bv Revs. H. T. Daniels and J M. thanhlltd towas report for du'y slnee that lime, ting Too Many GoodB on Hands; Trado is Dull and Thoy Must Bo Sold. not In the oil warchoute of Cbcrs Carlev Com- two weeks ago when hie capture waa effect- cents per pound, Mr. McRoberU states, Bruce, has entered upon its recond week GEO. D. WEAKEN, .MnnufMcturerV ArcuI. pauy, I have ti en, and silll am, doing 101110 of ed by Sheriff Ihompjon, After the kill that even with the amount of butter now with 1 1 addition as the visible results. The tbe hardest worn any man ereruiu, ana am ready toanswer any question that may be aked ing me irenita oi tieneillct putuiHbed an made daily, tbe cniblUhment swifts Sjeclflchas savel rao from clear church la filled at each service with con. LKM MeCLENUON, which evince a deep intereu in an early grave. al ertif client in this piper cfiering a re $100 per month, or $1 200 per year, which gregations, Atlanta, Ua , April 18, lSi. M waru oi r-u-u lor me murderer, out aa no is over 25 per cent on the inveatment. But the terj excellent rermons delivered by no I.cm McClendon has lctn In Ihe employ of the name waa signed to it, there wal no thought all such enterprise figure well on piper Mr. Daniel. The music is quite a featnre Company for some years and I know At it would ha paid, yet on learning uf the ar and we fear thia one will never be run suc- at all times, but wa especially fine a few tbe above statements to bo true. was tho time be la a horrible b:gan taking Bwlft'a Specific be Pocket Books, Do you intend sending ycur chill to icuccl? the father of the dead men came to cessfully a a hint stock company. The nights ago, when Messrs. G. R, Waters and rest, Hand Mirrors, condition, and at my solicitation his treatment Bourne keens all kinds ol School EooVs, Inks, Pariavorlus Extracts, Violin Strings, town and succeeded in ra's ng the money, directors are all good men, but neceajarily G T Helm and Miss Bailie Waters sang with.:?, ti. 6. was uudertakm by a phtslclaa after Copy Bxiki, Tablets, VaU, Sponge', pers, Pens, Artists' Materials, French Uarpi, which fact na telegraphed to Mr. Menefee, careless about a business which ia only a 'That Beautiful Golden Gate" in a manner several others had dedared his cam tubs hopeless-I- t elates, Pencils Dyeitufls, Incurable, lie took nothing else but b 8.8. Thermometers, be very eupricr ard has been a tind as a new dollar for sereral who paid oyer tha amount before taking small side issue to them. There ha been which showed them to Lamps, Do you want to mirryT Qs then, and jet your Ctnfectlons, months. I regard bis cure as a most mlrsculous. Face Powders, Pertumes, Cacheur, Soips, Brushes Vases, hia man He had no trouble in bringing all the time too much expense atticSed to vocalists, Varaltbea, V. a CflOSIIV. Manager, Dolls, and Combs from Bourne. Co , Allauti liivUlon. Paints, him hither, though in addition to t'ie the concern and much that could ha7ebeen There I no doubt now about Mr, 1 Get Do you wanttopleao your mMber-lnUSpices Atlanta, Cia, April 18, 1835. Oils, handcuff, he would lock him to the heat easily dispensed with. Our farmer friends Barneu having attached himself to the Rock Crystal a pair of LeMare'a Celebrated And 1,001 other articles, at her CAUTION. In his new book, her houss with lulled Paints. pipe whlcn ran through the cir at night. who have arranged to supply the creamery Church of England Spectacles and paint Consumers should not confute our Specific with Bourne has thcui. Roberts l natunlly a stupid fe.low with need have no fear about a butpvmion of it ' Eureka," he tells of his Itrpresslb'e yearn DH, KODRE' numerous imitations, substitute., t'otath and the Are you sick? naio you Headache, Fackacbe, no educttioi whatevtrand does not seem work. It will certainly bj run either by Ing for some church connectioa ever since Mercury mixtures, which ajejgotten up to sell, nn the merit of our rewche? Bourne keeps all klnhs of Mtdlilu. not on their own merit bu, to realt'z It e very grave position he is in, the compiny or leaeed to a responsible pir- - he withdrew from the rreabyterian comremedy. Any imltitlon is ilwajsn fraud aud a Remember, Bourne will give a nice present to according to the reports of the cue, he ty. munion, and how in n vision the matter cheat and tbey thrive only as they can steal Irom the first coed looking girl who ree.tls tbe follow- the article imitated and Idb is sure for a very lung term in the peniten For sale by all dnng sis. Treat Uo on was solved and his decision made aa above. .Tnmlm'a ftkplptnn hsn hcn itvn In STANFORD, KY. FiMthar Daitairs, ruent Madicinas, tiary, If indeed hi life does not pay the (he National Museum and hia skin to Tufl' Sys he: "So, I drifted, until the night of iklu diseases tre. THE SWIFT PECinC CO.. Opposite Myers House, Toilet Articles. Bliavitf Mauriali, ! asrcrS, Atlanta, (5 .. College- 1SS5; when, In a moment, I t orfeit lor the crime. the Mth of June, Semi-Sfltehliijnterior Journal A rcw Moon's Fruit Jara yet t T. R t WaltonV. PATRICIDE. Ilrjant JL. ,, 1 Book-Wep- i.. ,.,, i ,. ,. ,, hvt !cmi8villo Bryant fcStratton Business Colloce M'ROBERTS, i & STAGG, PilHICEUriS ifi, tn. Opera House Block, Oil, Stanford, io 1 k. d y, xKi a?HE! g CHEAP QBOOBB. matt-nahz- b-- T. R. xt WALTON, 2 O -- la, r O rj - And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. Tin-- , Glass- - i and Queensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- I To SALEjm IIOU8E Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. lt 55-- J School Supplies: Baskets, Bags, Slates, Pencils, Pens and Holders, Ink, &c. m Ma-eo- n, Corner Main and Somerset Sts. is the best place to buy. 53-2- A FRIGHTFUL WHOXiXlSAIaX: PRICES ! d t'pe-c'.fl- o. Over 40 Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagons, to ha RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES. Over 4 Farm Wagons and many othev Goods Mill-edgev- il pm-aer- conrern-ingtbecae- e. "The Bourne from which Traveler Returns Sick. Cbesa-Carle- y Cherr-Carl- ey ir r ia ... NEW DRUG STORE, 3- s& V. CURED BY SUNLIGHT. the nit: but it rather hurttbam than me, I saw by your manner that you had made a mistake. My name Is Adams." VALUE OF THE SUN'S RAYS AS I was so much ashamed of having tho nickname, Innocently as I did it, that 1 REMEDIAL AGENT. fi OLD DUMPS." could havo cried. But my old friend comfortod me. I think but for his sympathy that nlf-h- t I should j What the Old Greeks and Itomnns New York News. uoro token my own we. iu- - not oouovo Thought Opinions of Modern riirsl- They uwi to make fun of blm at tbe ho could holp me even then. I clans Diseases Cured by lUxllly office. Ho was a queer old fellow, with a But he did. I said I could not toll you solemn face, and what we thought ridicuExposure to Sunlight just what thsy acciuod mo of doing union lously polite ways, llo'd tako oil bis hat you know tho ins and outs of our busbies, j when he came In and say: and I can't toll you how ho did it for tho Good morning, gontlomon.. I trust I seo samo reaon. But ono day be came to me, It. Reynolds, M. D., In Phrenological JourasM Sunlight is almost as Indispensable to tbo you all In good health thli fine day." And flushed with triumph, and took both my health of living beings as to plant.. Tiio omo of tho hoyi would grin and some bands and shook thorn hard, and said: effect of deprivation of light upon plants 1 would nod and some wouldn't do any"My doar boy, it's all right Td waUhod thing; but I never could help standing up before and had a clew. Your charaotor is well soen in the pale, long potato sprouts and bowing, perhaps becauo I knew that cleared. The firm srelcomo you back, with which grow in dark collars where potatoos my mother would hare said I ought to regrets that they should have rupjcted you, have been left during tho summer. Tho sunlight is requisite to develop the coloring dolt. and tho real culprit Is found. Tho real culTo be sure, be was only on ralary like our prit is Merrivale, and Stover Is bis accom- matter of plants and to develop sound and healthy growth. Children and young girls solve, but bad boon at Rock & Burton's plice." reared in darkened rooms ore pale, flabby, twenty-flvyears, and young fellows had And so it really was. They had doctored atrtrl tirtVlAnltlit antnAtvliii rti come and gono, and there bo was. And, my books and moddlod with my proofs. . 'whIcu Rrow ,, the darfc Tho - . you see, it was gentlemanly of him, I said; They'd raado me out a thief as plainly as - tato sproutl -- n-i d creature, though I had boen one, and they never more sunlight a plant lias, tns more vigor- if be was a llttla wltn n queer llttlo wig, why, he looked guessed that "Old Dumps," with his sus- ous, healthy and strong it becomes. Flants which are partly shut out from tha somehow like a gontlemau, too. picions all aroused, had played dotoctive, I said S3 once to Merrivale, n;xt dosk to and was able to come to my rescue at the sunlight, or beneath tho doop shade of trees, or within the shade of buildings mako but mine; but well I didn't try it again. hour ot no hi. n leoblo ana sickly crow to. Even fruit You seo Merrlralo was up to everything, l went nacK 10 my situation, ana i vo got whch fa shut out from tho a(rect dressed elegantly, sneered at everything, ..... i. not , n,ln of tll8 . on well ever since; but there's more of my i, n,,n , in .. almost, and I'd conn from a country town story, Think of my dear Old Dumps turn- vor thftt v.,ch u 0XX)Oi!)1 10 the rovs ot ' and he was a city mm lng out to be my un?lo my momor s own tho sun. Tho reddest apples are those grown Nobody was down on "014 Dumps" as bretber and neither of us guessing it blazj of tho sunlight, and tho he was, especially aftn be made us that Long ago other people had quarreled, and so In tho full children which havo the reddest cheeks aud speech about our couduct to the ladles. separated those two who were alwayi Dumpi made tin speech, you know; and it friends. Think of the little man In the tbe healthiest bodies are those reared outwas Merrivale who said the lady only came shabby wig and coat proving to bo quite doors In tho sunshine. ESTEEMED UY THE ANCIENTS. in to look at him. I'm sure she really rich, anl going down into the country to wanted to know the way to tbe street she live with his sister for the rest of his life. The ancients highly esteemed the sunllgbt asked for; and how she colored and hurried In vacations and holidays I go tc as conducive to health. It is related by out! And Dumps, with bis brown wig and seo them. They are happy together, Plutarch that wheu tho youthful Alexander Men the gentleman stiff way, looked to me is set with the visited Diogenes at Corinth he found tbe and the llttlo that day; and Merrivale, with his fine curl old china, and there Is potted boof and famous philosopher lyin; tranquilly in the ing hair and black mustache) and broad jelly, and I am pottii like a child. Aud In sun. Tbe warrior kindly saluted him and shoulders, like tbe puppy. if mr iin-l- . . rnrnn tha old miniature of tha aked .. he -could - do anything for him.n . in. ..... Tho man who calls a Liush to tho cheek young lady hangs over tha mantol-ploc- . . 'umy ni i ui...... sianu a muo out ui my sunsuine, of a good woman by look or tone must have it did in his New York lodgings. replied Dicgenes. Diogenos was then three And one forgotten his mother," (aid Old Dumps. bo told me its sweet, sad story, and I kne ore and ten, and age made tho sunshins "When that lady asked ,',ou a civil question, why the quaint old man in the ufflw had ft doubly dear to him. According to Pliny, it ' was a common practice In Greece for she relied on her belief taat you wore a genol J more true and tender gallantry tJ woman, tleman, Mr. Merrivale. When you answered and was a braver friend and mora nerfeel men to recruit their energies both mental of her as you did gentleman than tbs young fops who grinned and physical, by exposing thomselves naked her as you did and spoke any one could read your insultiug thoughts, at him from tbe high stool between hU Uii In the sun. Hippocrates rooojnixed Mr. Merrivale, and you did not oven rise and the win low, and gave him tho cognlzod tho reviving effects of warmth from your seat, sir. You proved that she and sunlight on tho aged by saying, "Old of Old Dumps. was very much mistaken." men are double their ao in winter and "Mean to say I am no gentlaman?'' said youngjr In summer." Don't Talk In the Street Corf. Merrivale. Tbe old Romans ostojraed tho sunshine, Philadelphia North AmencanJ "In this instance, sir," said Old Dumps, A laughable story was told recently by an rilny, the elder, employod his leisure hours "you certainly have not conducted yourself ll after ulnnor In summer lying in tho sun. aIiIa! nntitlanmn llvlnrr (ft tha tiv as one snould." PUay- - t!j0 younger, ot both his country bU coat half oil and out spending the evening ho was introduced . Merrivale pulled ganlens thickly bordered with ts, to a strange gentleman, and after a tow ' pulled it on again. preliminary remarks on both sldni tlvs hedges, wi,en, h0 could walk completely "Pshaw," said be, "he kuow'a he's safe. innniti .Hint thA .i. nude, thus exposing his whole body to the Tbere'd bo no fun In knocking down an old .frnc fare of his son. TUj relator felt surprissd blaze of the sun. Love ot sunsuine was a bag of bones like that. I could do it with marked trait of tho old Romans. Nearly my little finger. But you attend to your that bis new acquaintance should kuow hi all the dwellings wore provide! on the roofs had a son, but answered rather briefly. own business, will you, Old Dumps! I can "He graduates at Harvard next spring. 1 or southern walls with balconies or terbehave myself without your advice, and races, where tha occupant, sitting or rethat ain't the first woman that's coins in believe," added the now acquaintance. boen clining, could sun thenisolvos all they Tbe gentleman thought he must have just for a sort of flirtation. I'm usoi to that ot tho sunshine is con- talking to 50IU3 of the other guests about wisaod. Such sort of thing, I am." to tho preservation ot the health. his son, and they continue! tho conversation "Mr. Dumps is right this time," said L ESSENTIAL TO DEVELOPMENT. "Bahl" said Merrivale. "You're from the about him anl the college. There was a brief pause, and then tin now Tho valuo of light in the development of country." sorry I've not mot ,nlmnl organisms was shown by experi"''hank Ood for it, then, my young acquaintance said: "I'm so your wife this evening, that I could soj ments of Dr. W. F. Edwards, mads many frioLd," laid Dumps, and sat down. years ago in France. Ho found that frogs' After that Merrivalo was never even half your family comphto." Tho gentleman felt that tho stranger was gffs placed in the dark were prevented way civil to Dumps, and the boys followed too anxious to make himsolf from developing, and that a tadpole kept In Merrivale' bad. But I liked the other fol- getting a little so be slipped in a casual re- a dark placo, although it attained a large we mot in tbe street I'd tako familiar, and low. When off my bat and shake bands, aud say some mark that he bad been feeling out of eorts size, did not change its form. Dr. Hammond oonflrimd this result, as ho found thatwbilo of thoso polite things that mother usel to for a few days. "Yes," said the now acquaintance, "that s kept in darkness tbe transformation of the teach me to say. but Who were the boys? Why, there was tho way with me when.my wife goes nwoy. tad polo was indefinitely postponed, Merrivale, with bis darling airs and his way Everything around tbe huuse seoms to go when brought to tho light It became her." a frog in a few days. Something of tha ef lotting you know that he was a favorite wrong without tha By this time gentleman was continu same effect is proluced upon tbe humau with tht women. And Carberry, who didn't ing Dr. of taro about style, but knew the city. And and tho conversation only by saying "yes" race when doprlvai "Tho sunlight "no." total exclusion j Forbes Wiuslow says: Grab, who was hard and shrewd and smart, "Aren't you going to Invito mo round ti of tho sun's boams induces an impoverished and had stocks of bis own already. And Stover, who used to come with red eyes and see you when she comos homo from Florida ' state ot tho blood, muscular debilltv. droD e headaches, and boost that be. had been next weekt' asked tho new acquaintance. ' weal effusion, softening ot the bones, nerv-Thgentloman looked at him in no good ous excitability, irritability ot tho heart, aiakiii-- a nl;ht of it. I wen lonely enough in tbe great city, and humor, but seeing a suiilo on his faca which j loss ot appetite, consumption, physical into outright laughter, ho saw that J formlty, stunted growth, mental impair I should have liked to have joined company of with Dumps and walk home with him from something was up, aud, laughing himsolf, rnent premature old age. Tho offspring de- "Look church sometimes, but I was afraid of meet- said: come to here, bow the mischief did '.hose so u.ihannily trained nre often know so much about my formed, weak, and puny, and are disposed ing one of the boys, and I never did. But I you affairs to scrofulous affections." would bow to blm, and we took our hats off "You told me yourself," laughed the Thus it will bo sean that a full supply of to each other always. I bad written to my mother that I was do-- other. The matter was soon explained. sunlight Is needed to secure full develop- Tho gentleman had been riding in an Elzhth ment of our physical organization. Anwell and liked my buslnes, and would bofore talking to a to down to see her on Sunday, when I was street car the day stranger, bad been friend, other writer says: "Care should be takene sent for to go into the inner office; and there Tho other,inthen a close to him, andon the- both in health and dlseaw to insure over- clent amount of llzht. and it is Imnossiblo to a seat car I can't go through with it I can't even conversation, uen tney were strong, and robust chlL remember certain dotails; but I was charged beard tbe a ilav later., the stranger recog- - rear intradural , dren union attention Is paid to this require- with being a thief. pro- at once, and or apartmonts in which You'd have to understand our particular nlzed blm tho questions. coull not resistgood ment They took a the solar rays can fall upon the nakei body. business, as well as bookkeeping, to know pounding i are auji,.. bv,uvutji. highly advantageous to health, and how I was supposed to have done it; but rooms for this purpose could easily be con they beliered I had robbed them of $103. rhllosorhj of nnslMh Danclnj;. strue to l in most ot our city bouses. I.3t us They urged me to confess. I was innoSaturday Iteview.l j then, to uo the dying words of Gcetho, cent, bnd I said si. Tbeii thsy told mo that ' The wish to jump in symmetrical combi have "more light" they did not wish to be hard on me. I SUNLIGHT CURES DISEASE. was young. Tbe city was a bad placo for nations u ono ot tuo most deeply implanted Instincts of tbe human A recent English writer says: "Too diboy.' They would be merciful and only and wo dance, anl our race. Savages dance dancs differs from rect rays of tho sun are great remodlal and dismiss me. Only dlsailsi mo without theirs only in detalL Tho more lively and preventative agents in certain dlseasos, such recommendation. All I could say had no effect They had boisterous dances approximate most noarjy as scrofula, phthlsi-- , rickets, eta" Dr. proved me guilty before they accused me, to the original type, and are there Tore the Warren says: "Seclusion from sunshiuo is Lou. dauce they ia:d; end at last I staggered out into LondonTho bo.t Highland now practical in jne of the misfortune i of our civilized lifo. is the schottlscha, but roo samo cau-o- s which make the potato the ofll e. The boys were getting ready to only the more favored of tho effste sons and vines white and sickly whon grown in dark I saw they knew what had hapdaughters ot civilization can live up to it cellars, operate to producs t'.u pale, sickly pened. "None of you Lettered this of me," said I. Tho same spirit which produced tho roman- girls tbnt nre reared In our parlors. Extic revival in literature lifted the common pose either to tho direct royd of tho sun and "None of you who know mol" Aud Merrivale said: "Liok here, For- run of dancers out of mlnuoti, quadrille, Hoy begin to show color, health, and rester, you're very lucky to get oil to." And and such like eighteenth century hollownass strength. One of the ablest iawyors In our Carberry sail: "Now, come, wo kuow too into the waltz, and there thv stick for the country, a victim of long anl hard brain present labor, cams to me a year ago. suffering with much to be footaJ. It's always your slyAlso dancing contains tho germs ot a partial paralysis. Tho right leg boots of a goal young man that does these . wero rojueo j ltl gz, ,vitb constant anl hip epl-pain in sort of things." And Grab said: "I toy, great principle, more exist a certain Inn-' Hl wai obliged, Incoming th0 Forrester, don't talk too much; you'll glvo conn sect of improver of the English who frequontly speak of dancing as , ltAlrit t0 ralM t!le ,ot fuot Urit on ovvry yourself away." Aud Stover mid: "OIl go take n glass of brandy and water, and don't "revolving." Thslr words contain more j $tttlr( drugging tha right o,w after it Palo, wLdom than they know. rho dancer foebK m.erable. ho told nv ho hal been jo on like a girl about It" And what with shame and rage and revolves round his own axis, and also rounl fuilng wvgral yoarJ anl clo)(;d .Jtu .My Ho eoas of irief, I could have dbd, when out of his Ho centernevtr-ondtn- gthe apartment essentially work u dljUe At ci i flllil mytelt worn cyclo of out. dusky corner came little old Dumps, in his through a contemptible revolution, and he gets no, J iairoctod him to lio down under a large little overcoat, and held out forwarder. Herein he is deeply conservative wi,idosv, anj to allow the sun to fall upon ils baud. . ot hu ay, at first tan minutes "Mr. Forrester," bo said. "I've watched and ho illustrates tho social and political 9Very bis kind, . uujr, ftui:iuu9iii .1.. .1 .....II iu cuuiu ux..! I.. you ever since you've been here. a .!.. uu mug uuill I know rrocois?s of direct rays of tho sun a what you nre. You are Incapable of a disj paii himself to tho California ns n I'etroleum l'rctlticor. full hour. His habits wero not essontialty honest net, and, what is more, I svill prove Frank Leslie's Illustrated. particular. In six altered in any it before I rest The man who respects California is now third In the list of pe- months Le come other up stairs like a others always respects himself. The man troleum producing states of tbe Unitel vigorous man of running declare!, with who reverences God and honors his mothor States. I'onntylvunia leads, an 1 New York sparkling eyes 'I 40, and will do no dishonorable thing." have twenty years more is tecond. After California corns West work in me.1 I have assisted many dysHe took my banl In bis arm, and, bowing Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky. A llttla oil of to the other-- , walkod out Into tho street is peptics, neuralgic, rboutnatlc, and hypofound in Colorado, with mo. I heard Grab and Stover and Mexico, although not Wyoming and New chondriacal people into boalth by tbe sun obmuch has been Carberry laugh, but Merrivah gavo us a cure." Numorous othor instances of cures of disease by exposure to tho i nllght furious loo',; and stood, whits to the lips, tained In tho islatter places.Increasing California gradually her pro- might bo given, but enough has been cited looking after u. duction, as new wells are opened in southern to show the importance of sunlight both in -"Mr. Dumps," said I, I thank you for now your confidence fa me. 1 deserve it in California, and tbe industry is as a pros-pro- restoring to health and in maintaining good one there. As far back J87S, hoaltb. this, at least; but it saves my heart from inLarrels were In breaking under this disgrace How shall creased to 10,b53 produced. 1333 1S70 this reHcgliiiilii- - nn Address. barrels; showed I tell my mother'' of 4i,3W barrels; 50,000 barrels in lSJl, Wall's Journal of Health. "Don't toll hor yet," told he. "Walt. turns"JO.000 As ro good travclsr, after having fed his nd barrels in ISS'i. Tho year 15!$3 Other shall think of you as I do soon." horsj, his journey In a trot, but with showed and proThen be want on in silence. He took me duction an increase, 100,000in ISSi tho Cali- a slow renews gradually increasing hi paw, was over. walk, barrel. Jo his own where he kept bachelor's consumes all o in getting up to oil produced, Inll. He made tea for me and served ni9 fornia 100,000 gallons the annum from and a continued effort addret an assembly for per about the first few sentences tho with bIIcmI potted beof and thin bread and should be utterol in a low, low tone, gradt st as well. lutter. ually intensitled, othorwiso tho voice svill Tho room was a strong, llecumcs Awful. break dosvn In a very few minutes, svilh place, enough like a room in a story, and Roughing or bourseneis. was the uiiulature of a young lady in there The iluko of Connuugbt has tho hay fover tho costume of forty years before on tbe o bad that ho loes his voice. This fovor is Vegetable In Winter Time. wall over the mantol; and on bad enough on persons of great intellect, Frank Leslie's. d .d, volumes, and on a stand but when it attacks royalty, the situation A correspondent preiicts that New York. with tho look Locomos simply awful 3ar the flro a prayor-boors wU soon bo supplied from tin Bahamas wark hanging from It in Paris svill soon bo available, with fresh vegetables in winter time. Thaj Cremation Aud it was not until wo had done ten that vegetables are as delicious as tuoso that V sold to me very apologetically, after I for the general public at tho small cost ot :oim from Djrmu la in April and May. ii.6) for each oporation. iul called him Mr. Dumps: Mr. Furrester, oxcuso nn, but I am not Futtse exaujiti tha lab'I on wlilcli your name earned Dumps. That Is the name by which II t a vWhs tmu who cau (reach a short is printed aud ruult us tbe u'uouut owe If men at the store coiuiderod it you ar lu arraai. to cull mo. I confabs I could not toe 'svim u ' ?niti-33IecH- n ! interior I'ournal FARM FOR good condition, well SALE.rZ LUMBER YARD. Haslng opeued up a lumber yard In the rear of our .tore, wo nro now FOR COUOHO nnu UKt- KZ&rszrJLjOATL'm J ( US I u-- nJ all the nccsry oulbultdlnjs. address me t McKlnnsr, Ky. il olftr for sJe ray Farm of.:i3J Aires, iniawsjr txlstMn TurnersTllle and McKlnntr. brick house luirrortil. tus ,,,.. first-rat Apply to or m Prepared to Furnish any klnd',of Lumber In thorough. Posts of all kinds, Hhlntlea cut, aawed and .bared, Also Agent, for the Dan-Il- l. I'lanlni- - Mills. w-tt si .. 1FARM Manford, Blus-Oras- F0R.SALE I liniaiiTJi) cvitit.ix.u of containing AND I.CMltKIt TAKI), J1 Lmu1. The Karm is In a good state or fences and buildings In good repair, On top of the Knob., close by J. Carter's Urocory cultlTatlon; more. ..OAciislngraiiiM Acres In corn. l'n ,'ou or-- r 8 r cent nnd taxw. Aress: mo s u,ItrM.'MAcre tllle.Ky. ra uSt. Mary's Snw Mills" FOOTS WlIKELKll, i'roiirlctor. J. iT. WKATllEIltOIlU. o fr snuff-colorf- 1 ,, Nearly all ln'cultlTation, situated on the Stanford miles and Lancaster turnpike ixJ. about 3 III bs Iroin sold Lancaster, Ky. Well liuprored. Dressed fine Flooring, Ceiling, Weather Any one In need ot ;uch a Farm can privately. on the Boards, Finishing' Lumber, Green Kit the particulars by calllDon J. rotter Gilberts place or addrenlnj the uoderslgneU at Lumber in the Rouqh, including .;,Mk, Laths and Shingles. Heirs. tor Agent 6 3m KortheronTcnlinceof our customers In Klan ford and Tlclnlty we base arrand with tiro. . llVurf is to keep on bis yard, an assortment PERSONALTY. of our Lumber, where they can gt It a. cheap as from indirect. He will also make, estimate, for my any bill, not on ban Is. wblrh we will All on ihort Ilwlll offer lor eale to the. highest bidder, on on premises near Huston-lll- r, notice. JlEIil'MX A 1A Vlf, Lily, Ky. 20th, 1895, 2SGm A Desirable Parm Containing nbout 100 Acres of Good Land, For all kind. of genoral Lumber. Hhlnles, builders and others can not find a better market to suit themselres. Our motto I. "Good Material tor Reasonable Rates." PostotSce address, Halls Gap, Ky. .c, LUMBER! " ! (trt n ftthfrM frm Th tkt Bm, Ut Mihtr liiiti, !! ftUtf th em til tumi UrrladpU ihti Ioamii rxiitia. ft ttlmvUURf t I ittms riU(m rrnlu'lM th rlj mtrnlac th ftlM laombrftttlft Uu tht chill I ibptv ftil ? bir(BC Wbtt fenMitJ with bftllt( met-Ulf jri MpU t th mvlUla plftal pp ihi U fiWi. f r ! In T CttiKOfeii RivtttT Rpiir Or. t i' tt U2J$'g'ilot.TZC!.A tplrat Afc tTf tut ft if m fp SALE OF hi'M in niaosRi nrcKLKRicRHr cukuial r nUrrhsF. ttjMtjWf; u! Chlklfti TmiMb. rriiUtf Crp, i1it rUtft,U. ch ti lOBiumt'U, til AtUnU.Qt, vr (ttWALTER A.fmtf.IraitlitCbt. rrtet. ISg,MM. TAYLOR, Mfliii. rhtll lrhsMi.iAf th fcfto tor u it tot It ftiy SATUBDAY, SEPT. utr-tw- Itoth for t1 bj Dr, M, L. UOUKKK, KUoford. tea-tab- le n' li. In rart as AH ol my personal property, consisting 8 head of " o head ol Cattle. bush, bead of Hog.. 10 head of Sbeep. about M0 the els of heat. S. Acres of Corn and i odder in I Wood Combine,! Held aWU 20 ton. of Hay. Keaperand Mower. 1 A Tator,ltwohorse Wagon, l spring IIumt and Harness, and other Kriuln !urnl my Household and Kltcbin tUrTiiM.-Alliu- ms of 110 and under, cash; months; note, OTer that amount, a credit of three Warln 6 yr .Kur ty nnulrrl, with imiro-e- d annum, negotiable and ll e. I in thi National Bank of o u.ton-BalMo commence at 9 t A A LOGS WANTED. I will pay the highest price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and Hickory Logs delivered at any station of the L. & NM K. O. or O. S. R. R. a m I SO p m I )) ICUUVlUt NtwAlBTCHICAtolirtfl- - "H Through Coaohos and Pullman SloopinR Cars From - M ' 'jtt'AOJSIS. LoiiIhvIUo to Chicago, Cluoliiiiutl to 1iIcko, IudlHtiiipollN to ClilcitKO. THHOUGH TIME TABLE Via Loulsrllle MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. Propr E. H. BURNSIDE, This Old and Well Known Hotel Still Maintains its High Reputation, -- niok-nam- e Lre. Loul. Title Arr, Lafayette- " Chicago..... Cincinnati Lt. In.llanapolls. ...... ' Arr. Chicago l - i S I !pui JJ : I 8 in i in 20 a m J. 0TTENHEIMER, Crab Orchard, Ky. 00am VU anrlnnatl. I . OHIO & MISSISSIPPI R. W 6 p m a ui p m II 30 p m p m I 6 Mini n .. I tl -- Proprietor U Iti Bhafl be Second Determined that to, no Country it Hotel in the State in iti Fare. Appointmenti, or Attention to Comfort ox their Oueiti. "lh AND SO SS S JO The Dlreet Bout to 'Dally. Be tDallyeicept Sunday. sure your ticket, read -- la tbe St. Louis & tho West Northwi.t and Southweti by MONON ROUTE, J tht way of u-- o e DaaiKtue of to Comraerclal Trasel'rs. The har.. eoty4 to d from t he to win A C. U'y) ai It Is the qulikest, the best anu mosiuiri-c- i una loinicagoana oini. In the Northwest Tickets rla tbe Monon Bout on sale at all prin cipal ticket omce. tor rates, maps ana lull in (L. K A. LOUISVILLE or CIXCINSATI. formation, addrrti WM. S. BALDWIN O P A A. J.O KtlLLV. d rf Dr. E. Office on J. Nickcrson, Only Llde sla I Chattanooa Lou J!.10 an J Clndnualllor makt I.tIII roniiectlonal th- e- point, with Hit Lliht nlni Kxprew on the Ohio A MUil.slppl for at Loul. and all point. West. . C'Mciso A , LbulsTllle. TTnnro natf from Loul.fllle two hour, ID XJ.UUI O Only to bt. Louts, Uln or Clncln-J.quicker than any other line. ilrlnour paisenors time for meals and first choice of In trains going West. d MTrnincj rt U fly. tt. Physician and Surgeon, 4th St.. Danville, Ky. Ine going by way luuuuio 10TTnist.o fininlrn-- , yuiutkui f Chicago, To Omaha and t--. youl than by any WASHINGTON, and New wmi luaoiuii rite No mid FlHtuln Pcrlcclly Cured. Baltimore, Philadelphia York City, Only Line rla O. Fast Timo and Snro Con neotions With all Line, at Always makes &M. fens! Pullman Cars. i Comroit (llTRria Knifo, Ligaturo or Caustio I.lclimnnil, Old l'oiut port Ncuts, Hold mid Net Xo Uaod. In cunnec Ion w,th Old DomlnUn steamships to No St. Louii and Intermediate Ferric! Pointi XoOniiillsiiMTrnury Treatment Mild. Detention Tron And Merchants and Micers Slcaoiihlp Lice to Xo r Busines!. Cure Certain and L'ernianent. Cure, 'o Taj. BOSTON. Through Train, frcui Winchester, Ky., to sufll-sam- KANAWHA FALLS, well-forme- Sun-bath- s, Special Attention also Given to Chronic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS And other Famous Vliglnla Cunurrllont tni.l In Union Dtpot. 8t. till trftln.nf litis. (ln ei, r(orthweat anl Huulhwrt. " .i.ru .J?"50'?8 Wm,., Jr P0'0'. undersigned. For full and reliable Information In reiarl to and lownt pclal rale, lor Ticket, and Household Uoc-d-. tg all point. Weil call nn or addri. s. ii, AIJM)P, Passenger Ag't Ohio A Mlislsilppl Iit!. W. W. PKABODV. Resort. as J Pleasure Pre.'t and (ien'l C W. W. nVfiifl&TO Pus. Ait Agent "' Huntlnic, Fishing, luthlnj- - and all kind, of recreation fur the tourist, lura.ld or sportsman. As well as all Diseases peculiar to Women. Tht. lino run. through the Alleghany Moun Charges moderate Dr, N. can be consulted free tain., on tbe banks ol beautiful rim. and ol chargo and will be tound at his ofice at all times tjr the neit three months. SKA By permission he rehrs to the lollowlns Obterratlon Canon Day Trains, S. 8. liosley, (I. A. Lackey, ticket, good for atop-o-and all can be comStanford. Ky.: Jude O. F. I.ee, Tom Slurphy. bined without extra expense l'ir full InformaP. Teronlc, John M. tipoonamore, blm Cook, H. (. tion, rate, at llolela, analyrl. cfM illiinalsprlngs, A.We, HuitonTllle;Thos. B. Pullman bleeiluitCAr.rio, Ticket.. Ac. call ou lt,bln.on.Unca.t.r, Ky.:Ky.; J. .8. or address C. C. Cbrl.tnan.. 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" C)rlnRton 3 41a m l .... 8 10 n ni 8 .... 9 10 a m fi .... II S0 tu n 00 13 00 pm io p m pm pm Courier-Journal- .l booU-sbelve- 8 SCOOPS, SPADES. MADE IN THE BEST SHOVELS, THAT OUS CSOCS ARE MAKIU3, BT IKILIED WAXIER. AIYATS RELIABLE. calf-boun- k P.EHEHHR o Ono Ploco of Solid Btool. NO HOLES OR RIVETS TO les. Pull Mn.iW. 9 nn.l .4 ..n Solid Trains, with Pullman Siix-pln- N0Eii,Traln.3and i are dally Mtwren Win. amilslly rxwpt Sunday. iraino.i run. ria Luiugton and Paris,' and not Tl Winchester anJ Paris. Klrect ronn. rllonsare made at Winchester with Chesapeake A Ohio for Ml. SterlliiB. Ashlaui Huntlnston, Charleston, W. Va and L'aitern tit. .1. CarVuetwcs-- ii.,.i i t o IS p WKN THE BLA0E. O SEND FOR CIROULARS. Jl&rVssabBttea".c,,eck',, o. C. to 8.n3r n, ;-- REMINGTON AGRICULTURAL CO., ILION. X. V. Ncsv Vork OOliw, lib Ctinmbera Ktres. r. PaascuKf r Agent. si. nunnr., w. 11. W.SMITlf. Kr, Macaxer. WiriTTLCSEY. TraT. Pass. Asent, ! K r H. W.Tuu'sS: ()n iuif