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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885092901 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. Semi 0 Heetto mtefint VOL. XLV. Stmi-Meehl- cKtr' urnfm al NO. 60. 8DIIOEON STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1885. ntcriorour ircl Tho MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT, GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Greatest City in the World. LEB F. HUFFMAN, IV. I.. DAWSON ia the greatest city the world STANFORD, K.Y. Managed by Jno. B. Fish. Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County, tub- - Office Lancaster. South side Main Streot, two doors above Ject to the action of the Democratic partr. everaiw. It covers within the 15 miles' ToJay is county outt day. There is the Myers Hottl: ' DieJ, Sittudiy, after n lingering ill' radius of Charing Croaa 700 tqaare mile. PareNltroni Oxlda Gas administered when gre.t del of bininen on the dicket ness of can'timptlon, Mrs. George Miller, SAM. ftf. OWENS FMbliafsei! Tueitlaun and Frldaw It numbers within three boundaries 5,000,- - nota Farmers are commencing to sow wheat. aged b'iut 35 vear. Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln countr, subSB. W. B. PENNY, 000 of inhabitants. It comprises over 2- ,- There will not be a great deal sown in this Kjv. Green Clsy Smith c'oied his pro-tra- ject t) tbe action or tbe Democratic party. Sontlist, 000,000 foreigners from every quarier of county. Hil.OO ANNUM 8TANFORD, KENTUCKY. LVKiLU- I at tbe Baptist church Sun-dthe globe. It contains more Roman CathoOffice on Lancaster strest, next door to Intm-riWe had frost three nights last week. ! . Tbe totnl number of additions wax bin paid strictly Id advance. II we havo to lics than Home itsel'; more Jews than the Journal office. Office hours from 8 to 12 a. m. and 1 to B p. u. Anesthetics administered when Tomatoes, beans and late corn were injured fifwei-- . All persons Indebted to the estate of B. F. wall anv Urns, ia.BO will b charged. r. necessary. whole of Palestine; more Irish than Dublin; more or lens in different puts of the dee'd, by note or account will please come Tbe ladies of the Fork church will more Scotchmen than Edinburgh; more county. forward and settle by the 20th ol this month. give a supper at tb.it place on next Friday W. P. WALTON. Welshmen than Cardlfl; more country rais 31 US. S.lIlAir EVUAXKS, There was a large crop of apples and erening. Admission 25 cents; proceeds t Administratrix. ed persons than the counties of Devon, Allclasicsof Building Material tor salo at my peaches in this county. Four or five bran- to be donated to tbe church. premises on the IIustonTllle pike. combined. dy distilleries hare been running all the Warwickshire and Durham Wonderful Nerve. Jine Erana, an a?ed colored woman, F. MIEMI), Stanford. MILLINERY. London has a birth in it every five minutes; since the drat began to ripen and will was trie 1 on a writ of lunacy before Judge Our Adalrt ille reporter eavs: A ralher has a death in it every eight minutes; has time continue to run for about a month yet. Singleton and a jury Thursday. She was Miss Kate Logan and Mrs. Fannie singular butrIciI operation performed by Small Farm For Sale ! seven accidents every day in 8,000 miles of The mountain counties of Kentucky adjudged insane and seat to the Lexington a young man named George Moore upon street; has on an average 40 miles of streets Are dally receiving n choice and well selected line the beat mast that they bave had Asylum. Situated 1XA miles from Stanford on the Danville htmaelf recently l reported lo ua from au opened and 15,000 new houses built crery have of Fall and Winter Millinery, to which they Infor years. In some localities the tree tops It tivation, new dwelling with i a blgh state of culMr. R. II. Bitson, who went from this vite the attention or the ladjes of this vlcinltT.mer- pike, containing 4.1VJ Acres, in rooms and kitchen, thenttc and perfectly reliable source. The year. In 18S3 there were added 22,110 new to please hope to will bo g loaded down that they bend together place to Kansia about a year ago will short- it a full their studypatronage.and they on Lancaster two springs, Ac. Add'ess Btore share of rounu eentleman U the aon of Mr. Frank bouses to the vast aggregate of dwellings are so 82-- 1 iu it: Jj. JiAU'SOX, Stanford. and make a solid mass of acorns. Wild ly return aud go into the dry goods business street, Snt one abore Main, Stanford. ing over tn Itobertaon county, which ia called the metropolis, thus formMoore, lit pigeons are beginning to come and will here, having rented the store-roorecently Tenn., some fire or alx miles from tbla ing 303 new streets and one new iquare, have a feast until driven out by the hunters. occupied by J. C. Hemphill. FOR RENT. acrofu-lou- t place, and haa been itlltcted with a covering a distance of GO miles and 81 Died, a week or more ago, at the resiMiss Kate Eirl Caldwell, of Lower leg ro mverelv diaeaie in one of hi -- MY HOUSE A.NI LOTI will deliver lea to regular customers In Stanford yards. It is difficult to form any mental dence of her eon, J. T. Stephens, near Garrard, is the guest of Mrs. W. B. Mason. and vicinity every morning at for eome monthi or more paat that he wan picture from theee figures. Brighton, the Reedville, Mrs, Elizabeth Stephens, aged In Miss Mary Spillman, of Bryantsville, is at Qn Danrlllo Avenue,and Stanford. The house conunable to walk. Hv the ntlvlce of frienda queen of watering places in 1881 had 20,- porch. Lot well Improvtains 7 rooms, cellar ONE CENT PER POUND 78 years. She was a widow for 3S years Miss Kate Wherritt'a. Miss Minnie Walk- ed, stable with G stalla, bu;gr bouse, wagon shed, he went to Nashville a few weeka aince for .'170 inhabited houses, so Accounts due at tbe close of each month, or cittern, all when customer quits. that London in and was a etrict member of the Baptiet er, of Kirksville, is visiting Mrs. W. O. coal and imoke houses and a new and tn good repair. Enquire on premises. purpose of consulting an eminent aclen-ti- lt 1833 added to itielf a town bigger the it. e. iiAiinoxr. than church. In Her last hours she bade her Rigney. J. Mi. JIMGGMXS. and aurgeon and having hia atlllcted Brighton. It would require two Cam children farewell saylcg. "I am going home Deputy U. 8. Marshal W. A. Arnold limb operated on. The aureon examined bridges, or Oxfords, or Baths to represent to Jesus." FOR HALK, arrested Archibald Sonns and wife in Madileg and pronounced a cure the diseased the Addition made to London in a single Mr. and Mrs. 8. W. Paris and family son county last Friday and lodged them in practicable bv removing a part of the bone OrPOStTK A Desirable Residence year. London has 40,000 persons annually started to 111., last night on a visit to Mrs. jail here. They are charged with illicit for which aervlce though he ehoulJ charge KENTUCKY, added by birth to its population, has over Paris' father. Messrs C. Crook and C. 5. liquor-sellinDANVIIXE, in Rjckcaitle county and On Danville street, In Stanford. Tbe lot contains a fee in proportion to the delicacy and dan 1,000 ships and two acres and has on It a comfortable dwelling, 10,000 sailors in its port Nield.of Altamont, spent Sunday in town. served at all hours. Game always on were taken to Louisville for trial Monday table, corn crib, a splendid cistern, Moais are ger of the operation, aMuring the young every day; has as many beer shops and and ahuge number of fruit and ornamental trees. hand and In Its season, ojiteri fresh fish, an d aim- C. A. Hedd, Jr. wai in town this morning. morning. mm at the aame time that without the opThis Is one of tbe most desirable residences In the liar delicacies sertea in an siyios ana on short as would, if placed side by side, ''Woodbine RestauLookout for the ConMr. R. C. Bradley, one of our young plice. For tei mi and further particulars, apply to notice. and call when you sign hungry. eration waa performed hia death was only stretch from Charing Cross to Portsmouth, W. J, Sparks was here yesterday. are JOMIK 31. l'UMLtl'S, Stanford. rant" B. McCreary was in town business men, requests us to say that the gressman Jar. JF. ?r. 3IASOXIIEIJ1EK & CO., a question of a verv abort time. The young a distance of 78 miles; baa3S,000 drunkards Danville, Ky. shaking hands with his many garnishee against him by a firm in town man, not feeling willing or able to py the annually brought before its magistrates; Monday friends. was for a debt owed them by a colored man PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSIC, Ac fee, returned home, procured a aharp knife, haa 70 milea of open shops every Sunday; We attended the soldiers' reunion at in his employ and that this method was caustic and a pair of pincnera and aouie The Farm on road from IIustonTllle to Liberhas influence with all parts of the world Williamsburg last Thursday. About one used to We are agents for tbe old and rellablo John stop the wage; in his hands and not ty, in Lincoln the locking himailf up in hia room, performed county. Kjr., 1 mile from' Huston-vlllChurch Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio, for the sale of Pirepresented by a yearly delivery in its pos- dczen citizens of this county went out. Tbe because he owed them anything. formerly occupied br Mrs. Fhccbe Blaln, anos, Organs, Automatic Musical Instruments and the identical operation on hlmrelf which dee'd, containing about 1XS AercH of Taluablo Musical Merchandise in Lincoln and Garrard tal districts of 293,000,000 letters. Twelve crowd numbered about 3,000. The best of The eleventh anniversary of the LaLand, well watered, on both sides of counties, Kentucky. Jlontlilu 1'ttymrtitH the cur i! eon had described aa necessary to hundred the turnpike road, with comfortable trains pass Clapham Junction ev- order was maintained. There were speechpaid for. The best ntumliirtl dies Christian Aid Society was celebrated at ments. Any one desirous of owning a improve- received untilWm. KnaboA Co., Uazelton Bros., of hia life, br making a clean tbeaalration ery day, and the underground railway es by Qen. Fry, Col. Goodioe and others, the City Hall Saturday erening last. The home will do well to see this land. Anyvaluable makers:Son, Everett and New England Pianos, person Decker & incision in hia leg and removing a piece of to purcbaae will call on It. b. Tucker, either uorlzht or souare. In Orzans. the follow runs 1,211 trains every day. Tbe London also a grand barbecue. A very beautiful regular business of the society was gone wanting show who will tbeF.rmand giTe price and terms, ing makers: Clougii A Warren, John the diseased bone fully aix incliM in length. omnibus companies run 1,020 'buses, which feature on the programme was a uoat on through with, after which came recitations or addreis T. A. Blaln, Stowers postoffice, Simpson Church d Co. and the Sterling, with tha patent ia aid to be getting well rapidly now He county, Ky. X. A. 11VAMX, Agent. Chime. Hell h Attachment. carry 50,000,000 pavengers annually. It on which sat 33 little girls, representing and music, followed by refreshments. A The Cel esteon, an Automatic Musical Inand able to walk about anywhere be wish, strument, tne most perfect in the world. ia more dangerous to walk tbe streets of the 33 States, with a young lady in their large audience was present and the net proIllustrated catalogues sent free to all who apply, Frankfort Favorite. w. Lincoln Circitit Court. London than to travel by railroad or to centre as the "Goddess of Liberty." The ceeds amounted to about $50. During the also the beat references from those who hare bought and tried any of tbe above musical instrucross tbe Atlantic Last year 130 persona people eeemed to enjoy themselves to the eleven vears this society has existed it has John If. Engleman A Susie E. Englemnn.hls wile, ments. Address us at Stanford, Ky. TfitJUne IMrnncAyHjns On petition. In Equity. S. It. & L. J. COOIi. On a rocont vUlt to Mlnnoaiwlls, Clara were killed and 2,000 injured by vehicles fulleet extent. paid over 54,000 into tbe church. Notice is hereby given to whom it may concern Loulso Kollogg.tho great alngor, woro at her in the streets. There are in London nearly J. Washington Lusk and Polly Rhodes, that tbe petitioners, dayII. Engleman and Susie E. Engleman hare this filed their petition in the throat a handsome breastpin, which from 14,000 police, 14,000 cabmen and Familiar Quotations. 15,000 eighty-o- ne clerk's office of tbe Lincoln Circuit Court, praying Its tire, and tu (act that it appeared to be Unwept, unhonored and unsung, Scott. colored people, aged eighty and that the Court empower tbe said Susie E. Engleupside down, nt oncj attracted attention. persons connected with the postofOce. The years, were joined in bonds of holy wedlock man to use, eDjoy, sell and convey, for her own Glittering and sounding generalities. Noting n nortorlnl glanoo at tho pin, aho cost of gas for lighting London annually ia may Thursday evening. This is "Uncle benefit any property she of own or acquire, free last from tbe claims or debts Cboate. laughingly remarked: her husband; to make 000,000. London has 400 daily and week-l- y Wash's" fifth venture on the eea of matri-mon- contracts, sue and be sued as a single woman, to wonJuring why I near that "Now you an I own the soft impeachment. Sheridan. trade in ber own name and to dispose of her own I newspapers. Last year there were 2,300 you. pin uptldo Uowa Well, I'll toll local character property by will or deed. He is a God temper j the wind to tbe shorn lamb. & Nashville R. R. is made u vow to do ao," and abo took oft fires. The ancient and famous city of Lonand will be remembered as the reverend edIt in hereby ordered that this notice be publish- Louisville Sterne. the Interior Joubxal, a newspaper tho pin and handed It to tho reporter. It don was first founded by Brute, the Trojan, addressing his congrega- published In Stanford, Ky., by two weekly inwas certainly unlqu. Tho contor was a largo A thing of beauty is a joy forever. Keats. gentleman who in -- T1IE OEEAT- sertions belore the regular tsrm of the Lintion, during tbe time the cholera tfa3 do-i- coln Circuit Court. next cryital, which reflected tho light nfter in tbe year of the world 2332, so that since 'Tis pleasant, sure, to see one's name in Olven the manner of Wllklo Collins' moon. the first building it ia 3,000 years old. Tbe clerk its deadly work at this place in 1S73, this JStb orderoimy hand as 1SSS. of said Court, day September, atone, whllo under It waa reprownted a drainage system of London is superb, and print. Byron. THROUGU TRUNK 5S-bringing on the epidemJ. P. BAILEY, Clk. L. C. C. ajiloudtd courier upon tho raco track, tho 'Tis distance lends enchantment to the charged them with tow. ic by their cussedness generally and added lor Using plain and distinct. the death rate very colora of tho rl view. Campbell. -- TO TUK Burroundmg this ucrediainoiids and oriental being punished for A Devoted Biiothek. I suppose it is He builded better than he knew. Em- that they were only aa cotly n It amethyst, making tho Jewel English & School their misdeeds, when some of the brethren something of a phenomenon, but I know a erson. it novel. How blessings brighten as they take their protested andcilled the speaker's attention Tbl la tho only pin of tho kind in oxlst-itcman here who takes his sister to nil the Christian College Building, It can In used as cither brooch, first nights at the theatre aud who actually llight. Young. to the fact that the good ones were not be WITH IIDSTOXVIHE, - - - KY. brocolot or pin. and it wai givon to ma by Millions for defense, but not one cent for ing excepted b the scourge, he effectually tho duke of Ndwcaitln, oj you wo by tho gave her a monopoly of the opera season. statement that they crushed them with the The Third Anuual Session will open Wednesday date, in ISO! I call It my horio pin. It I was praising him and saying all sorts of tribute. Pinckney. Pullman Palace Sleepers. Instruction was during tbe Ilrlghton rncea that tho Juke things complimentary over his dutiful conThe quarrel is a very pretty quarrel as it were only being "removed" to be used as BEl'T. 10, 1N8.H. ofCourse of tbe end to liiorougn. Development tbe mind Invited mother and rnyaolf to of NowcAkllo be attained. witnesses against the bad ones, Terms reasonable. For circulars stands. Sheridan. U tho guests of hit family at tho rncos. In duct. He said: "Ho. There's nothing apply to JOHN UURQIN. A limit at which forbearancs ceases to be ho hint boon wonderful or extraordinary about it. She Louisville MISS II. BUl'.OIN, tho invitation he tald that Bucklen's Arnica Salve. S3 tf. Principals to Nashville, losing rulto heavily and jokingly wrote that is the only woman I know in whom I have a virtue. Burke. THE BEST SALVE In the world for Cuts, Wo Memphis' If wo enmo It might chango hU luck. Fever Sores, the most thorough confidence. She is alHis Mistake. A gentleman on reaching Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, wont, and thnt very day tho duko won Tetter, Chappod Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all ways the same, always pleasant and nud he had thli pin mado iu cointnoino-ratlo- n home found a ragged tramp sitting on his College, Atlanta, Alontcouicrr. Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no and to tell you the candid truth, I front steps eating hii lunch. "Here! What Skinrequired. It Isguiranteod to give perfect sat of tho event, with tho picture of tho pay Little Bock, '4 inning liorso nnd rldor, with his colors, and am afraid she will go and marry some of areTOudoinc there?" he Bhouted; "Par Isfactlon, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per prunonted it to mo." New Orleans.' For sale by Penny 4 McAIIster. Mobile nud thore imitation men around here and be taking of a slight lunch. Will you join box. Yes, but nbout tho vowP "I wa in at Tiirany'a in Now York nnd unhappy all her life. She has nobody else me?" the tramp politely responded, "No; ALEX.S.PAXWN.A.B.Pres. An Answer Wanted. ono of their gentlemen obeorvlng my pin, to look to, and I'll take care she does not Can any ono bring us a esse of Kidney or LIrcr I don't want any of your villainous feed." Only one change to points 1 n said I ought to bavo it clonnod. I left it, inttutlon will have to look to anybody else. I suppose "That's so; it is pretty tough ;kind of fod- Complaint that Electric Bitters will not speedily The cext session of this onn begin and v m it was returned tho horso nnd as thousands ol cases rldor were upildo down. AVlihhig to woar some day a genuine man will come along. der. I just got it out of your kitchen, cure? We say they cannot, and who are dally MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1885. it ono evoning nt n reception, nnd having If he's a genuino man I won't object. Until Your wife must be doing her own cooking already permanently cured Bitters, will prove recommending Electric no tlnio to chango it, I concludoJ to trust to he does come, old boy, she's good enough The President assisted by now." "What's that, you infernal hound?" Brlgbt's Disease, Diabetes, Weak Back or any urinobody observing It. Woll, tbo first gontlo. man prusoutod to mo called my attention to for me, and if lever find as good a girl exclaimed the angry man, starting towards nary complaint quickly cured. They purify the A Corps of Efficient Instructors, San Francisco Chronicle. the tramp, still sitting quietly on the step; blood, regulate the bowels and actdtiectly on the it. Tho next ono did tho unmo filing, and I I'll marry her." Will endeavor to give careful training and thor- diseased parti. Every bottle guaranteed. For sale ougu tolJ him I was awaro of tho fact, and ho instruction to the pupils committed to bis Socking homes on the line of this road will receive A Small Boy' Idea. He was small "Don't get excited, sir; don't get excited at 8Cc a bottle by Pnny A McAIIster. special ictes. charge. Terms reasonale. Send for circular. wanted to know why I lldti't chango It. I I woro it thnt way for a witness, but he knew a good deal think a minute. Aren't you mistaken in was caught, but told him OBSee Agents of this Company lor rates, routes An Enterprising, Reliable House. to attruct attention, and ro many others more than there were indications of. calling me a hound?" "No; I'm not; and Ac, or write TESTIMONIALS: Penny A McAIIster can always bo relied upon askod mo tho simo question that I vowed I C P. ATMOBE, (J. P. AT. A , From J. J. White, Professor of Greek "But, my dear sir, you are mis not only to carry In stock the best of everything, "Take tbe stand, "said the lawyer. Louisville, Ky. would c ntlnuo to woar it that way. So I Wasiii.voTOK A Lkb University. ) The but to secure the Agency of such articles as haro no hound. I'm n setter." have. And do you know," nho anld, laugh, "HIght you arc," be replied, stepping up taken: I'm Va., July 15. 1882. Mr. Alex. S. Paxton graduated at this Instituat the tramp in ndmira well known merit and are popular with the peoing until her yes CM with tears, "it novor and sitting down carelessly, eentleman In fails to catch them. My friends tako tho THE sustaining the reputation ol being al- tion war, 1801. Has been engaged in teaching since ple, thereby and being capable and conscientious, has the "Do you understand tho nature of an tlou and left him to finish his lunch." pleasure In watching ersons to sou how ways enterprising and ever reliable. Harlng sebeen very successful In his profession. Ion;: It will bo before they ak ins that tiues- - oath?" Quite a number of guests, saya a Sarato- cured the Agency for the ceUbrated Dr. King's From Jamoe A. Walker, recently I i tlrss." "Well, I should smile," and he threw a New Discovery lor Consumption, will sell It on a Vlrglnla.J ga correspondent, were witneeeea this morn- positive guarantee It will surely cure any and u Substitute for tho NVpiI. A Itoot NKWBKB.V, Va., June 20, 1872. barefooted leg over the arm of the chair. ing to tho amusing embarrassment of a eTery aQectlon of Throat, Lungs and Chest, and to It affords mo pleasure to bear testimony to the (rhlosgo Herald. "Were you ever on the witnete stand at a show our confidence, we Invite you to call and get qualifications and emclency of Mr. Alex. S. Pax-to- n comely matron who pulls tbe beam Good domnnd for llcorico root?'' said tho as a teacher. His discipline Is kind, tut llrm diug clerk, In rostnnso to nn Inquiry; "y'i figure ecmething above two hundred a Trial Bottle Free. and good. In wnrm "Not any." Indcotl, especially In summon From the Rev. J. Rice Botvmap, D. D, pounds and whose bust ia magnificent in Positive Cure for Piles. weather o ninny peoplo suour oil Mitoklng UARRlsONBCKa, Va.. July X, 1832. "Then how do you know the nature of an aize. Her watch hung at her waist, attachsay that To the peopled this county we would I take pleasure In testifying to Mr. Alex. S. tobacco, and buy licorice root 'a or chowlu blgh literary attainments, bis zeal In his It's n plandld thing for oilL?" ed to a chain of the usual length. Tho we hare beeu given tbe Agiacy of Dr. Marchlsl'a for a subbtituttf. profession, his facility In Imparting Instruction "Kwj! I've been around lots o' tiuien amiablo lady, desiring to aecertain the time Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed and his conscientious regard thnt purpose, too. Smoking or chewing tofor the moral as well bacco Is merely tho habit of having somewhen Pap was chopin kindlin' wood an' of the day, took hold of her watcb, hut al to euro or money refunded Internal, External, as the Intellectual development ul the youth com- Bleeding or Itching Piles. Prlco SOc a box. ujiiu-- iu uia rare. Blind That is nil it amounts seen the sticks fly up an' hit him a swipe thing iu tho mouth. ! though she held it out as far ns the chain Tor sale by Penny A McAIIster, Druggists. to, nnd tho llcccico root does just as wH as From 8. P. Hall, Sec. Board of Trustees Bolivar Gueta you never split would stretch, bnd twisted and bent her , Academy. tobacco for nine men out of ten. Tho root acres i the snoot. BTA.N1-OKDKY. Daughters, Wives and Mothers. Madisonvillk, Tek.v., April 1, 1879. is hoalthy, nsdstlng digestion, nud is vory much kindlin' fir ycr wife, did yer," head in eyery conceivable direction, ehe Prof. Alex. S. Paxtoa taaght Iu Bolivar Malo A good for hay fever, catarrh or bronchitis. It We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlsl'a Female Academy, His general deportment was Some of the hotels have bills of fare with was unable to obtain a eight of her time a Femalo Remedy, to cure Female Disis riht pleasant, too, nnd I havo known that of a refined, Christian gentlemau. In the who btnrtod chawing It became thoy a piece. After growing red and scarlet, and eases, such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and school room bo proved him soli a ripe scholar, a men covered with cards of various thorough and vmntod to quit on tobacco to bocomo chroulo Tuesday failing in tho attempt to detatch the chain, Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or beating ciplinarian. efficient Instructor and a good dis- Is published every low price and Friday at the (17) Thoy merely chaugod ono business houses, An Oregon man took his of usors of tho root. down felling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Change ot she was constrained to request another lady Llfe,Leuchorrbava, besides many weakueises spring-le- g n rulo n man w ill seat behind one of them, when n waiter hnblt for another, but as TWO DOXXARS PEIC YEAR. chow tho root n woek or ao nnd then tiro of with "What will you have, sir?" To who was standing by to peep at her watch from tbe above, like Headache, Bloating, SpiIt, Uy that tluu ho is woanod from tho tonnd communicate the intelligence for which nal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, HARPER'S PERIODICALS, the utter confusion of the waiter he leisurebacco or olso goes back to it, Ac, For inlo by Drugly remarked. "You may fetch me a new she had mado such an unsuccessful struggle. Palpitation of the Heart,SO per bottle. Send to Dr. -- Of ALL CLASU.I- gists. Prices SI and $1 Crt'iuntloii In Calcutta. TKR YEAP. an improved . set of teeth in gutta-perchMies Laura Braden, Treasurer of the J B. March Ul, Utlca, K. Y., for pamphlet, 8t, Paul I'lonctr-rrosHarper." Weekly ft 00 eewing machine, with patent lock Btitch; a Washington & Noatly and Cheaply Executed. r isle by Penny A McAIIster, Druggists. t 00 ayneeburg Kailroad, is Harpr's Msgazlne Calcutta has 8)0,0W inhabitants, 25,01)0 of 1 00 Harper's Bszar whom are white. Tho city is divided into box of Brandreth pills and a pair of numsaid to be the only female railrcad officer Consumption Cured. 2 00 two dUtlnot sections, tho natlro and tho ber seven French calf ekin boots." Harper's Young Tesple In a in tho country. It is strange, too, since An old physician, retired from practice, having foreign quarters. In ono aro Harrow gtrcots, moment tho waiter replied: " rt'e do not women handle more trains than men and had placed In bis bauJi by an East India mission- Harper's Fnnkl in fquaro Library ono year, 10 00 dirt nnd tilth; In tho other palnco, parks nnd (si numbers) a for ploasuro grounds. Mr. Uonodlct doscrlbod furnish thoao articles." "Then what hnve know how lo switch 'em off in great style. ary tbe formula of simple vegetable remedy tbespsedyaud permanent euro of Consumption, Pojure treo to all subicrlters In the United tho glint's, or places whero tho ballss of tho you got it on tho bill of fore for?" retorted Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma aud all Throat aud 6tates ur Cicada. T .. vild not." savs the Hjv. Sam Jones dead are cremated on the river bank. A the customer. . , Lung Atlectlons, als)a positive and railed cure first pile of wood is erected, tho body plncod on The volumes of tho Weekly begin with "wipe my feet on a proferslonal base bill for Nervous debility aui all Nervous Complaints, number for Jntiuarv of each year. When the time no top, and tho wholo flrod. As tho llamos A Venneeu paper contains an advertiseis no flatterer. Would you will be understood that tho subnearost mule rolatlvo ment which runs as follows; ''My name is player." "Why should Mr. Jones wipe hie aftr having tested its wonderful curative powers Is mentioned itto commence with the number next consume the body, tho scriber wishes breaks with n club the skull nnd bones of feet on a ball player, when the umpire ifl In thousands of cases, has felt It his duty to make after tbe receipt of order. make it tell a sweeter tale? Tbe volumes of tbo Migszlno begin wl.h tbe the decease 1, and pushes tho body Into tho Frederick. I am as poor as I am ugly there for that purpoae.-CBuf- filo Express. It known to hit lutlerlo; fellows. Actuated by December ot each year. Magnolia Halm is the charmnumbers lor June and this motive and a desire to relievo human sufferOnmoi until nil is consumed, whon tho ahss nnd if anything can exceed my stupidity it When no time Is speclDed.lt will bo understood aro thrown Into tho river. Johnny JarDhlr, ing, I will semi free ot charge, to all who desire that the subscriber wishes to bigln with tbe curdisagreeable character. In spite of In my er that almost cheats the "Pa," sBked young or English, disadvantages I aplre to marry. Is "what ia a dofaullei?" He is a man who It, this recipe, in German, French using. Sent rent numbtr. three looking-glas- s. A lllnlseyo llnonjle. with full directions for preparing and Remittances should be made by PostofBce Money A blnUeyo nlueapplo sold ia New York there any lady who will have rat?'' This looeoa money that doe not belong to him, by mall by addressing with stamp, naming tbli ey Order or Dralt, to avoid chaiue of loss. Newspapers are not to copy this advertisement the other dnyfor $3. It differs from other is not a yery inviting programme, but the my son," replied Mr. Jarphly. "And what paper, W. A. Novns, 119 Powers Block, Roche Ithout the express order ol Harper A Brothers. pinenpploi iu that it has no core, cuts llko ter. N. V. Address HAUI'Ult A JlltOTHEUS, New York. gentlemau has had many letters of inquiry. lo a financiet? "One who hangs to it." a cheoo nud pososses an oxqulalte llavor. B LonJon DENTI8T, lI3Il uie-ttfn- at KTotioe or s, 1151-ly- 56-- 47-l- m Ed-nilst- neTer-falltn- SS-- lt SALE0R - ICE! ICE! ICE! 19-- tt 53-- lt Masonlieimer's Restaurant g ... COCBt-HOtJS- K wood-hous- es 50-l- e, Ulue-tira- ss well-kno- (53-0- t) 87-l- L.&N. well-know- n LINE Classical o. SOUTH & WEST fiD,-OU- alTec-tionst- Stanford Female sivlin iroiTr, icy. Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS I'll" czd SEMl-WEEKIi- Y- mP Pax-ton- u Interior Journal W. P. WALTON, Fro'r. lly-le- TOB KTOtt3EZ. frt-o- The Mirror .iTS?ggS iwrnnwrtrana. "V'MiiiHliMnrTT lta. The Louisville Exposition Snni-9HWpntirioronrnal is in all re specta as good as any previous year and ! well worth a visit, which the low rate of Lord. God is Love and railroad fare makes so easily obtainable. "Praise the Else." September 29, 1885 There are numerous excellent features, Stanford, Ky which we have not spice to mention, but if there was nothing but Cappa and his band, 'PuoerzcT Point," Landodr, N. India, AUg. IOID, 1830. J W. P. WALTON. the show would be worth the price of adcontinued from LAsr ISSUE. mission. A mm can see and hear more He came from the bosom of a well reguThe New York democrats made short th re for 25 cents ilmn any place we know lated, godly family circle; though the gowork of their convention, by renominating of. vernmentfrom his account of it pertainGor. Hill on the first billot. He received The London Ltadcr, chuek full of local ed more to Sinai than Ctlvary. His time is 337 of tho 3S0 volts and bU nomination news and other Interesting matter, has out in two years more and be is longing to Flower, made ita debut. was afterwards made untnimous. It is edited by M. T. Craft, get back to old England, though he die- who received but one vote for the gubernawho with John Pearl, is also publisher. charges all his duties with most commenda torial nomination, was made the candidate The price is only SI per year and if the ble cheerfulness, and is not at all discon for lieutenant governor but he subsequentboys can keep it up to the standard of the tented. But he can not forget his home, ly declined the honor. A resolution la. initial number they will never lack for patand barrack life has no charms for him. menting the death of Gea. Grant and ronage. He give us a comical account of how a a fitting crown to his illustrious "recruiting sergeant" beMoses, of South Carolina career, "in his dying invocation of peace has pleaded guilty at lbs ton to obtaining guiled him into enlisting, with a promise and cood will between the heroes he led money on false pretenses and will go to the that he would have an easy time of It, and the heroes he corquered," was carried penitentiary. He has just completed sen live like a gentleman, and have all hi by a roming yote. The platform congratuthen the tences for swindling. How indeed has the wants supplied most lavishly n lates the country on the election and mighty cupet bagger fallen! pretty red jacket finisned it," he added. "I of Cleveland and indorses bis thought I should be set up for life, if I MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. It approves and indorsee could only wear that lovely scarlet jicket, the administration of Governor Hill, reOur ocean mall pervice last year cost with the gold buttons." 8o he was "sucked affirms the declarition of the Democratic $327,179. ln"M he cranhicallv entitles his enlist National Convention of '76, 'SO and 'S4 in L. C. Kid ford for the murder of Jacob ment; fcoon to find out by sharp experience, regard to the necessity of reforming the Torain got a life sentence in Christian counthat even a "recruiting aergeanl" was not as Civil Service, but condemns the actual ad- ty. transparently truthful as he thought him Mary Anderson stabbed benelf acciministration of the existing civil service to be. But he made the best of his bad laws, as have been enacted by the republi dentally while doing the Juliet business at bargain, like the jolly, sturdy Briton he is, can party. It aeks that the commission at Dublin last week. and cheerfully turned bis attention to doing Washington be reorganizd sa a majority Mrs. Julia Chenoweth has sold her everything he was told to do, in tho very will be in sympathy with the administra- farm near Maysyille, containing 205 acres, best manner he knew how. As I write tion. That the present lists eligible for ap- f jr 530,000, nearly $150 per acre. these words I hear him sounding the "tatpointment be annulled The experimental The Court of Appeals has affirmed the his bugle, and he does it most artUt-trlW- . coinage of silver dollars in the hope of decision which gives assessors the regular too" on The "Barrack" hill is half a mile maintaining a fixed ratio with gold, has fee for listing names when there is no propaway, but he always sounds "towards Prosgone far enough and cannot be continued erty. is like saySenator Voorheee, of Indiana, has been pect Point," as he says; and it farther without great danger to the business invited and hu consented to deliver a few ing "good night" to us all in hU musical interests of the country, and the law retwo young "Suflolks" are alDANHLLE. BOYLE COUNU. quiring a fixed amount of coinage should speeches in Virginia in behalf of the demo- way. These ways busy when they come to see us. One be repealed. The nomination of Governor cratic ticket. At Louisville Thursday Jno. Spears' garTho steamboat mail service between day they devised and executed a little Hill is said to be a flittering endoreement colt O'Fallon came in eecond rocky point in front of hard of Gov. Cleveland, whose policy Governor Louisville and Evansville, Ind., will be den plot on the in the Walnut Hill stakes, thus taking the trian-gulwhere they planted n DXlLkas I.N- Hill has carried out since he becatre Gov- continued at $10,000 a year instead of $15,-00- 0 our verandah, eecond money. Stock men think there is a bed of lettuce and then made a border Preei-decc- v. as formerly. ernor by Clevelands'a election to the Drugs, Books, Stationery and lth cabbage plants; a bright future for this colt. Offing to continued ill health, Hon. near the front fence Waktfisld. Hudson & Co. haye sold dahlias, set in Bt intervals. . j W rh. W. B. Fleming, has resigned the Associated both plots with -- NX . 'o toi wci OUH-- sx raiiuy m iiuius. -livery and sale stable to Messrs. The wild eyed Muryby, recently kicked Justiceship of New r a IV Vw 1 t i I The edges have stones neatly heaped up out their Mexico, to which he D. S Hinnnn and M C Ttiurman. The Pbyilclant' prescription accurately compounded, for reout of the Frankfort cuetom-hous- s .ml mvnrit with moss and fern), lou was recently appointed by President CleveAlto peated outrages upon public decency, has land. unless you saw it, stable for $7 000, the stock and vehicle to could hardly believe, be invoiced, the value of the latter probahimeelf with an absurd badge and adorned In Jessamine county a man by the how pretty this unique and incongruous g is over the Bluegrass country name of Wilson shot and instanly killed mixture of vegetation looks. We let them bly J3.000. The sale is conditional upon like a nrizs iackaes at a country fair. He James Armstrong. The weapon used was exercise their own taate and carry out the the approval of Mr. M. J. Karris who is Tho Largest Stock of Watches, Olocks, shot-gun- . is about to eet his Danville now inNew Mexico. a doublo-barrele- d It is said an ''improvement" in their own way. Jewelry and 8ilverwar8 in mot'on again, hoping to reap a benefit old feud was the cause of the killing. Mrs. Rith McFerran, widow of the Another day they doffed their red jck-et- a Erer bonht to tbli market Trice Lower tban from the advertising which some deluded The Lebinons, champions of the Cen- wind late J. M. McFerran, died at her home the Lowett. Watche. Clocii an j Jewelry Ite-and made a "pug dundee" road, 11 o'clock. paused him to tral Kentucky League, played their last palreU on ahoit notice nl Warranted. about Democratic politicians have ing around the brow of our picturesque near town Saturdy night receive. If the reputable preaj will from game Saturday against Springfield, the game hill and reaching the top of the knoll just She had been ill for a yew past of organic stomach acd con this time forth cease to take any notice resulting 10 to 8 in favor of tee former. : tear of our villa, by an easy grade as disease of the liver and whatever of his senseless ravings, we nhall Out of 25 games played, the Lebanons have by the ladies, fined to her bed for the last 30 days. The cent a thing long desired Louisville won lit. loan bs rid of ths creature. view from the apex of funernl is to take place this (Monday) evenThere are 30,000 cotton operatives on who delight in the Presbyterian Times. Eminently correct you are. Nothe hill, but disliked the old, scrambling, ing at 3 o'clock from the First toriety and a desire to pose as a martyr is strike in Oldham, England. Eighty limit dun-dee- " church. led up to it. A 'pug private firms rocky road that . the chief aim of the egotistic humbug, and ed companies and filly-siMessrs. Harry Mooie and Ja. is the generic title for a little foot the democratic press should treat bim with have now stopped their mills, representing been studying medipath off the regular road. The mountaini Guest, Jr., who have AND the eilent contempt he deserves. This 7,0S3,512 spindles. Many of the operatives) McMurtry, have gone areecored in every direction with these cine with Dr. L. 8. to escape not advertise him except have gone to the work-hou- se paper for one will Va , to continue their ! "short cuts" Our "boys" turned of! a to the University of U 4t regular rates. Oar frequent references starvation. neatly lined on the outer studies for the next nine mottbs. Mr. very pretty road, A Full mi,, couiplele luworfuicnTor It has just come to light that a rascal to him recently were solely to show what student of tho eame Fi.nil.ure, cuilirncluK . edge with small fragments of reck eet up Worthington, another manner of man the boss democrats were en going by the name of Edward Neiville, physician, will go to the Sew Oileans erjthliiR Iroin tho ClicnpcHl Io tho Fluent Niiltc. No on end. dorsing. Otherwise bis name should Lever and purporting to come from Cnicago, has Hon. J S. Van Winkle nee. to Ko to the larKe cltlcK to uinke your inirc.itu.cf., Then their critical taste was offended schools this winter. been swindling the business houses of Richhave appeared in this paper. on want, an can and H returned yesterday evening from an ab- what quantity or mond by the stationery scheme. He ob- with the dingineea of our parlor walia and days In Ijlaki and any price you can ohtalu elsewhere, frelKht being ndileil. of the elitors Col 8. 1. M. Major, one front verandah. So one morning last sence of icveral AI.e tained various Bums ranging from SI to $20 the Judge O. S. Postoo, of a lull UHHortineiit ol CoiIIiih, Ch-c- h. of the Frankfort Yeoman, taxes the same NhromlH anil Kobcn, week they turned up with pails, brushes, Wayne counties. and escaped. all the Sow htylcN, both cheap anil cxpcnilrc. Wnro room HairodA)urf, is in town in attendance on Iiir view of the Murpby business that all other Ex Lieut. Gov. John C. Underwood lime, etc., turned out the pulor furniture, circuit cttirt. Rv. S. S Penlz attended St. Anaph Hotel. Stanford. Ky. decent democrats do, that the parties to it drzlingly white, that we and made usao inexcusable. Of his wicked partner, has been elected Lieutenant General of the resemble a "spring cleaning," mere than a the Council of the Epitcopal church at ara new degree of the Col. Johnston, he tells the Breckenrldge "Patriarchs Militant," a rettles?, en- Louisville last week. Odd Fellows' organizition. Lieut. Gov. midsummer eoiling. But these Tom Williams shot and killed George Nva that he made a series of mistakes, the they must have ergetic soldiers declare endorsing Murpby when Underwood will not hold any competitive "something to do" whenever tbey come to Warren at Shelby City Saturday night first being in about 9 o'clock, Both are colored and there were plenty of good democrats in drills with the "Patriarchs Militant" at see us. 20 years old each. They were good Frankfort that would have accepted the Philadelphia. An unnatural quiet has settled over the about The Railroad Commission of Kentheory place. His explanation makes a weak case since ioung went "down friends and there is no renotnable place, for two days and his working in of Senator Black-ur- n tucky, to put it mildly, is useless. The the hill." Jessup strolled In to day, rather on which to account for the tragedy except woree and It is aa members do not earn their salary. was inexcusable. The safe plan tried to keep up that Tom was drunk, had a pistol, doing nothing for the benefit of the people. disconsolately and feebly o have explained bii own course and let some flourished it recklessly. Mr. A. Tnbble, the old energetic life by getting over the senator take care of himeelf. Continu- It simply Btands as a threat to the rail- benches from the "Barrack Hill" for our of Junction City, gives Tom a good charac roads. The commission ought to be been ia his employ for barely know Murphy, but ing he said Thursday evening meeting, but he was tjr and says he ha Richmond Register. certainly a man who would conduct a paper abolished. three yeare, and haa been untiiuallv honest evidently much "cut up" by the abience of The unfortunate boy and trustworthy. as the Tribune wai conducted can have but A Pen Picture of Mr. Durham, the Great Dem his comrade. who was killed aNo bore a good character, little of the gentleman in him as we in ocratic Investigator. I used the term "gymkhana" at the be8a'urday night and is Kentucky understand it." Washington, Sept. ginning of this letter. It requires a brief Tom was arrested Durham appears to have made more repu explanation. It is the name applied to the now in jail. The Kentucky Railroad Commission In the circuit court since last report may expect some strong attacks in the Leg tation during the Summer vacation thnn Saturday weekly spjrK gotten up at all the the following matters were disposed of: slature next winter, for the reason that it any of the new adminittration officials. He hill stations as a "reguUr institution" Commonwealth it. Geo. Pnillip, judgment Oils money and seems to bs doing nothing, holds one of the most responsible positions They are partly innocent, and pirtly the in the Treasury Department. He is really reverse. everything n' the kind, against securities on forfeited bond. The Like while the people demand economy in put grai.d jury on Fridav returned the followlie expenditures. If the Commission can a court of the highest appeal in everything there ia abuse of what waa rriginallv inrelating to accounts. He is perfectly inde- tended to be beneficial. Oar "gymkhana" ing indictments. E B RuMel and Kale how that it his led to the building of a Lee fornication, Chaa Davis do., Rebjcca ingle mile of railroad during its existence pendent of the Secretary of the Treasury. ia at "Happy Vallej" over on the "Mus-soori- e" W. Hand Hill. I have never pttronimd it, Wheeler and Jas. Moore do , F this will bs a point in its favor. If its only Mr. Manning would not be able to pass an ataiu'ilj Grant Hicker and Maggie man, work, howeyer, has been the assessment of account over the head of the Comptroller. bdt good people often attend; and they hold adultery, Kate L 2, C4se ; Eugene railroad property, it is probable that the The latter i i appointed by the President the eame moral position on the border land Miller liquir and is only nominally subordinate to Sec- of "proprieties" that circus;s, trotting Cheatham and Bettie Hocker, Auditor can have this done more cheaply Lanca.ter and Kate Let--, well. There never will be retary of the Treasury. Before him pass matche', fairs, it id omne tjaiut, do at unlawful!; Peter and quite as cases, furnishing liq'ior to minorr; Kate needed a commission to regulate the buei the bulk of the accounts involving the home The "sports" here, include "polo," two Cecil and foot racing, pony race?, Lee, Mary and Peachy Euma nees of railroad companies more than to enormous expenditures necessary for the Nellie Gordon, keping bandv bouse; Bjck dry goods or the running of the government. There is no waikiog matches, and o.her exerciaej, athregulate the selling of more responsible position and there is no letic and withetic. The first two enter- Ewtham and J. W. Gutnrie, breach of Louisville Commaking of saw mills. place where it is more important to have a tainments are local the rest common to peaci;Sda Manwarrine, F W. Handman, mercial. pefectly upright man. Mr. Durham is a the world at large. "Polo" is simply Alex. Chambers, Geo. Pndergrait, concealOur old friend, C. L Thompson has sold man in the neighborhood of 50 years of ed weapons; P Manini, S.bbath breaking; "shinny bandy" played on ponles-w- ith the Hinton, V. Va., Herald to L. C Ben- Age Like most Kentuckianp, he is tall. "Tent Eiza Adam, rtcelvlug stolen property; wooden balls and curved aticks. nett, who has leased it to J. L, O. Maya. He is fully six fAet in height, but as he is Btriking a Wm. Baughman and Dick Grifiii, betting feat of p.gIng" ia a horse-bacMr. Thompson will enter a wider field of rjund.shouldered, this detracts somewhat on base ball; Geo. Faulconer and Mattie tent p?g at full gallop with a spear, leaning journalism for which he is eminently fitted fr rn his stature. He U spire of figure and Lapsley, grand larcsnjjTom Elmore, mafar over the side of the horse a la Comanche Twelve years ago, when Hinton consisted of drejses in koie fitting dark frock suits, He licious cuttint; National Bnk nf Lancasor Texas ranger faihion. It is rather risky but n depot and n few houses, we were pres- weirs the ssuis heavy clothe in vs. Jno. W. Milter Ao, No 1 trial and and many accidents occur with unskilled ter ent when Mr. Thompson issued his first pa yerdict of $1,058 for plaintiff, th- - other that be does io winter. He has a but plucky ridere. But a Britton enjoys per and have always felt a deep interest in Urge, round head. His complexion cases of the tame style continued until is a not aport without risk of broken neck or it. We hope Mr. Mays will be able to very swarthy olive. Ilia eyes are black and next term. bones. It is part of hia "make up" inmake it a acceptable to the public as his small. Hia noie is straight, his Some cut throata connected with i8 herited from "Jehu the son of Nimahi," or mouth predecessor. large, while the lower pirt of hia face some other Israelite of the same temper. Doris' circua put piutoW to the beads of a The appeal of John J. Cornelieon from sharpens down to a narrow point and U Younc'd walk "in heavy marching or Jer" number of young men who went rom Bag Montgomery Circuit smoothly shaven. Hia hair is quite thin for the 20 rupee prize, was no child's play, I dad to attend the show at Frankfort, m they the decision of toe were returning on the circus train that Court sentencing him to three years' im upon the top, bit i still dark. He hat assure you. He came up atonceto"'Prospect lived in Kentucky. He is e. lawyer Point" to announce his viclory, with a per-ha- night, and after robbing them of e;er thing prisonment in the cmnty jail for upon the late Judge Richard Reid, will be brought up in a small village. He cares pardonable pride, but a face aa red an made them jump for their lives All exa special court 0:t. 26, when nothing for society and is therefore perfect a beef, and his scarlet serge jacket drenched cept one had bones broken and ho followed heard before the rascal up and had them xrreated in we hupe it will.be decided that be shall ly impervious to the kfljencea of society at with perspiration, but hi countenance f suffer the penalty, walch is far too light for the Cipltal. He would scan with the same with the joy of triumph. We con- Louievillo from whence they wre returned carefulness the accounts of an officii! of gratulated him heartily. Let me tell you to Frankfort. Wheu they passed the brmes the cowardly crime he committed. high place a he would those of one of more curied on hi btck, while he of the injure! men it wa with difficulty The Stanford Interior Journal is the moderate pjfition. Mr. Durham has lived what he mile inside 15 minutes. the officers prevented n m b from taking walked the hardest hitter in the Kentucky Pieea'. Slug- bv himself at the Eobitt HoUBe all sumBeside his regular cloth uniform and the scoundrels and administerinj iiimmiry ger Sullivan is no more than a circum- mer. He spends twelve hours a rifle and jistice to them. day over heavy helmet, hia Martini-Henrstance. f Breck earidgoXews. his accounts aud for his relaxation takts biyone';hohadhis.cariridge box with 40 The Divyer brother announce that A Ukited States Jude in New York long walks alone through tha aa yet desert rounds of ammunition, a heatv overco&ij tbey are ready to retire from the turf and hiadiimiued the procee lings to test the ed streets of Washington. -- Correepondence Mackintosh cape and hnapiack, containing sell their hornes. They have made over Jl,- , constitutionality of the Civil Service act. iN'ew York World. shirt, 000.000 since 1877. the following, viz:i spare trou-eMNo-thiny, GEO. O. BARNES. slick-tongue- d inau-ratio- "ni socks, prayer book, soap and sponge, blacking and brush, forage cap, hair brush, comb and ookinrglvr, oil bottle and "jig" (fcr , mast-tinboots, cleaning ntl ;) pipe-claDEALED. IN knife, fork and spoon; razor, brush for shaving; button stick (cleaning buttons) Hardware, Horso Shoo, Groceries, Nmlcllcft, and a small blank book for accounts. A Iron, Xalls, Quccnavrnrc, Hiiffgy Whips, pretty good load. Perhaps this will not Baggy WhcelH, Move, Omuo MIIIh, Unrnctts, be wholly uninteresting, as an inventory of Spolicft, Cider Mills Covors? a British soldier's "kit." But in moving Klium, Htonetrnrc, Corn NholIerH, Collar, about in this hot country they don't "pack" all this about them, an a general thing, but Oliver Chillsd, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Wooden! and go in "skeleton marching order," which Cast Inmps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roof- means as light as possible, with all this ingr and Guttering will have prompt attention. formidable array of necesiaries stowed away In wagons or on mules or camels. The government cares tenderly for its sol diers, forther are a cottly article from first THE NEW GROCERY AND IIAIUHVAKE HOUSE OF to last not to mention more humano considerations. This is a highly military epistle, but we arechiftlf interested in the soldiers just now, and my letter must needs take on the color of our work red, nt present, being the predominant hue. We Ilk the "redcoats,"! used to hate so mucb, as a boy; Would kt. dly ask your attea lion to the fict th.t they hits Ju.t returned Iroru th. cIIIm with Ur( (r.th and well aelecteJ itock of CHOICK irstruction of our under the patriotic hlstorjes, which iolhmed our youthschool ful minds with undying hostility to the "Mother country." T have shaken all that In endlcuTarlety, dainty In quality anjutlifactory In price; tbli we guarantee. Our aim shall be of) now. What if she did prove a "stepat ill timet to supply etery want la our line. mother" to us once? After all, she is a Ma Ur any one might be proud of. and, for one. I have long since buried deep the grudge of Con.l.t. of the Standard Brand, ol Europe and America. Our larKe Una of Cooking morn Include thejuitly celebrated "flrrat Wftttrn Ksrv" and many other fatally farorltca. Our Chin., my boyhood, and would gladly see America Glut and Queen.w.re stock roniliti In rrt of r.ble, Tm and Chamber Sen compute, Olaitware richly cnt federation that will andetebed., In tb way of HrcaditutT. we name Buckwheat enter the Anglo-SuxoHour, the queen ol alltrlt.fi. Our soon bind Eogland and her colonies firmly Talent '(. M." Flour, urlralled for rake and pa.try, while Illw aod Hominy, our own rtrl-oti- c products, arrayed a. faithful adjuncts. All the dellc.de In Foreign and Domeatlc together. She has learned wise lessons since Confection arc here. Tin, Stone, Wooden she lost her eldest daughter by tyrannic and a complete line Cigar, and Wlllowware, Electric Lm-t- , Stationery. Canned Meat, and Frnlu of and Tobacco.. Well, folly. Why cannot we too forgive, forget that we can make It to your Intereit, w confidently thl. I. only hint of what w. bare. Belterim aik an examination of our good, and your patron-f- l as and enter the home circle once more "Ptiully, TA 1 t.OK JUlOTHKIlfi. eldest of the family of children? I pray for this. Ever in Jesus, Geo O. Barnes. W. H. HIGGINS Grate, TJ L.p j TAYLOR BROS. HUSTOKTVILLB. I5LY. FAMILY GROCERIES OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY &WMMmm d ar PHARMACISTS, K -- yaw-hawin- JEWELERS. smut-machin- e (J WSSm xjmUflSi & Ja .SaY-- &J -- 5 . &,! x UlffDERTAKEK, Xelei- in ITuinitine quality, I ,Hci,, oppose cmbmc PLEASE DON'T FORGET 'I ICth.-Comptr- oller "tent-pepgin- g," k raid-summ- is always complete, And that we guarantee LoAvest Prices, style and finish considered. Also, that we still handle the celebrated Wagons, "Old Hickory" and Mitchell. That we cany 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 ofTleasure Vehicles, including everything- from a Hoard Cart to a Barouche, r aw-tul- t pi - y both riding and walkings And all of which we guarantee at Lowest prices. Big' line of Farming Implements, urrcim jurms, x urning x'lows, BRIGHT CURRAN, Soc 0en n& tor ?le 1 pur of mules Of 202 schools established by the Mr. THE D. P, Horton and relieved him of nearly American Sunday School Union in Michi- 15 tiands, 3 huree nod G milk cuw at II ry a ut Hustonville, Ky. nnd have grown into churches gan, sixty-siall fio clothe LOUISVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE. Ftlty six he.d of registered Jersey cat- Strntton. Detroit Post. Stanford, Ky Septembor 20, 1880 Marriage Mr. W. A. Mobley and Sam Jones and Sam W. Small, the lat- tle, tne property of Alexander MtCilutock Mt) Bailie T.Marpby will bo married at ter once widely known as a delineator ot & Son and v. W. Macule, were sold at tbe Boop.kerlog18hort.hamt.PeBmsnhlp.ly,,e,tlDg. U,nilgl Arltbm.tlc. ac. It is the oaly Mr, J L Murphy's today. the nero c'.aricter nnder the now de plume Bluegrass Stock- -i ard, Lexington, at auc College tn this section whertlo LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. 1. uio-b- t books are kept b, tbe be.', na Now is your opportunity to buy a bug of 0.d8i," hive united their forces and tion, for ?S 120 -- an average of $145. The bankers, and a thorough practical knowledge o ..count given. il 1739 P.M. stall tt tin going North the anJ Usl arranged gy. We are sellingall goods at actual cost opened a camp meeting at St. Joseph, Mo price ranged from $100 to $280. The .11 souths ! ....1 90 r. M. Ht . .. . noma nf .fit rVillpcr. In t h ivi i ... , , ... rt.r... .U.UI .uothiui Krauuat'f teitlfy to the above. Expmitraln" Houtb, .. 1 82 A.. M. and carriage until Ojt. 1ft. Bright & Cur scare in adjacent counCall er Mrs. Tucker, who was acquitted in ' " " Norb., m 2 OS A. U. address " ties aflecteJ the euie materially, ran. Mison county last week of murdering ber m re la calculated ou standard time, Bolar The Cait. O lion us has appointed J. B, Mc husband, shot herself on being released afilmels about 50 minutes faster & College, A Card of Thanka. Ferran clerk at the government building at ter confessing that she was guilty. As she Cor. Third and Jeflenon, LOUI3VILLE, KY. We take the liberty to ex pre- - through LOCAL NOTICES. Frankfort and Iiaao Vanarsdall watchman. haabeen once tried for the crime, ehe can not be again but wilt es;pi punishment il your valuable paper our heartiest thanka to Boy your echoot booki from Penny A Both are from Shelby City. ehe recovers thoe ladies and gentlemen, especially In McAIIiler. In a row between rtilroad men at Kings Com r let c stock of echool book and Big Sam Jones claims the credit of con- the ladies, who did all in their power to asMountain Sunday five, whose nanus we verting 8am Small, who will now substitute sist us during the late sickness and after ichool euppllee at McRobirta A Stajcf,'). Watcheb and Jewelry repaired on short could not learn, were wounded, two of them solemn preaching for hi amusing "Old 81" the death of our late sister, Rosa Levi, wife ootice and warranted by Penny & Mc A lin- seriously. Alt were drinking. sketches, and who has begun by telling a of Mr Joe Levi; and while we mourn the er. origl-nSnerifl Menefee makes a loud congregation that he wa suddenly convert great los of the dec aed, we shall never Buy the Haaa Hog Remedy, the Taxed and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl-iete- r. call for taxes in another column lit means ed at 4 o clock in the alternoon while forget the kindness shown us by those ladies DHDGGISTS business and I going to have tne money emerging from a protracted spree. Mr. and gentleman and the ri'iz n- - of Stanford A co.Mri.rTK atocfe of jewelry, latest Joe Levi, one way or another. Save trouble there Small will hereafter be known as 'Old in general Respectfully, a specialty. Pentyle. Hoc k ford watr-hD Klass. Saul ' fore by calling and paying. E 1 ny c McAlixter. , And Sister Mourners. Kev. O. P. Williamson will begin n Sept. 2S Illi.Vi.l'H-- a IN fall goods consisting of dress goods, protracted meeting at the Christian church Our PERSONAL. Jim. Ei. Y, Madden In sued the firm Wall Puper, U'lnes. trimming, notions, boots, shoes and cloth- on the 21 Sunday in Ostob.'r. This church Utiieal ri Gheuiicnl, of Watts, for $9,000. a Mn. Fhanic Mahhis went to Louie ing are in and opened and we ask the pub minishas been greitly revived under the Paints, btiitlonery, CJiRur. ville ye.ttrrday. Pocket lie to call and examine, confident that we tration cf Eld, John Bell Gibson, who bat part ol hi fee for his n II lence in obtainOilH, Tobaccos, Cutlery. MisiFw)iiKsce Kites i the guettof can pirate both in lallty of goods and received over JU additions to it within a ing for them ih riihi to ll pool for the Lump, Perfumery, Fire run, .Uacliln M. PnllliM Louisville Jockfy Cmb He aty he waa Mr. J. pries. Owsley & Craig. Aeedleaj, year and there has been no protracted serOar JoTfelrT, Nllrernraro and 'ptical Moods to receive $10 000, and as only pid Mrs Cvntiiia Caiuon haa returned In Clinnra nfcvii Four persons connected them Tlios. Blcliards, who will Repair A Hard Lot. Deputy U. S. Marshal vice either and CloWiVrum?!. from Kpvrii Biruu'i, Tenn. style. selves with the church Sunday Mn. A. F. KviNd. of Dsnvllte, wa to W. M. Arnold put In jail here Sunday Ksv, Stephen Noland says tLe Lord Joe Milier Not Guilty. Jackson Asher, of Clay, and George Brock, tee old friend a few Utm ago, To tbe Editor of the Interior Journal. appeared to him and endorsed the Metho Mil. J. V. HaYDKN U mill confined to of Liurel, charge! with kukluxing a witAuimiixn, Iowa, Sept. 21th. We ice In your dist Church, and Rev. George O. Btrnes ness bjfore the U. 8. Court; Wm Southone Geo. hia ), but I convale-cni- . of Sept. 151 ha stattment raadet-says He appeared to him and endorsed tbe itiue that he had Mowerr, ofthli place, to tbe little ward, of Laurel, and old man Solomonson Ml!a Mamik Uiiyant, loeelf Bjth denominations Joe S. Miller, foruxrlr ot Stanford, but at prcieut . and wife, of Madison, charged with violating Episcopal Church. Virginian, i the giie'l ol Mmi K len fraudulently obtain-in- s the revenue Iav.They were taken to Louis- are ancient, honorable and powerful, and living here, under arrest for notes rom tbe said Mowery's wife to the both men are ministers, intelligent and Mk. Joum Watt, ol IS'aiiua, Iowa, haa ville yesterday. amount of 15,0)0. We, the underilgned, citlzem pious, but we can't help believe there is a ol Abingdon, itate that we have known laid Joe been on a vMt to hie ila'er, Mr. Frank Hr Neoro Killed, Tom Williams.a negro mistake somewhere. -- TRichinosd Register. S Miller etcrilnceh came here; and we know re. Junction City, nt W. M Higglns reports that Eid. Liv that the itateuient male by Mowerj, If made by Mm Em.a SMii.tY h re'.uined tiom porter the Tribble II ie, to hli (Mlllcr'i) arrest, nor shot and killed Gorge Weuen, another ington' meeting at Sugar Grove closed him, li utteily filie DEALER I- N- row Daaville, a tir an absence ol several neuro, at a dance at Shelby City, Siturday with 04 additions, M) by btptism. Tbe baa ha been under arrett iluce be came here. lie week. has conducted blmtelf in a gentlemanly manner r night. He claim that the shooting was noteling is described as a very interesting and li well thoujht of here. We further ny thit Mtis Qeoiuie Campbell returned yes acriiental and says that the reason he rn one. Mr. Higgles says that the neighbor tbe statement of hli being under arreit it a maliterday from a vjii to hr brother, O A Mr Signed: SI. J. Johnson, dealer in lumwas because he wis so frightened. hood appreciate the manner in which Mr. cious lie. Ctrpenter, at LWiniiMon. Tribble gives him an excsllent name and Livingston has expanded the gostel in their ber; D. E. Timley, mere bant; J. A. Clirk, merMil J C (ientky, one cf our Eod chant; L. T. Gobble, merchant; T. F. Joni, M. he was never in any kind of trouble midst and he has greatly endeared himself D.; Jacob Myen, hotel keeper; A. a Snider, citizen, lirwr to day fir Belton, Teiaf, for says H I before. to them. A great many of the preacher' highway com.; A. St. Divti, drugglit. the benefit of hi health. The County Teachers' Association held schoolmates and Sunday school scholars Memrh W H McKoBtitTS and W. To tbe ndltor of the Interior Journal. M. Bright titve breii on a vielt to liitirbon. its first meeting at Crab Orchard on Satur- are among the numbir converted. This ii to intorm yoi that Joe S. Sillier hit not CJ n day. Tne attendance was small, says Mr, The mteticg at the Biptist church bad been arretted on any criminal charge, or any As tiual thrru are women in the rue. la thii county, nor at a ly oiler place, that Bogle, but the meeting pleasmt. Mrs. S resulted in 30 additions up to lat night. It Mlssia Mattie I'AxroN, Alma Hay, informed of. It li true that sulthii Mr. W P Waltnn. and E C and W. U F. II. Tarrant presided with her usual abil will continue until Wednesday night and I hire been In our court br Geo. Mowery and been Initltutel during the entire week, should wife relatlTe to louie notei, tbe value of which ity. Crab Orchard thre open her dcors Waltjo hve returned lruu Louisville. Mim Lql'anna Jamex, an attractive nnd entertained all who cime with superb sufficient interest be manifested. Bro Dan li claimed to be about 5li,00D or 115.001 O. W. Hannisos, I am respectfully, joar. blonde from Crab Orchir J, i the Rtieat of hospitality. Prof. Hawe, Repreentative iel has endeared himself to this commu Sheriff; Jefferion county, Iowa. nily, to saint nnd sinner alike, and all beCor. Courier-Journa- l Bobbin, Judge Hansford and others conMi Maggie Lriiiimlrr. tributed to the intellectual display. The lieve him to be wholly consecrated to tbe JEW aDVKHTtSEMK.tT- -. MIm Lire StodK citii'D honored tbe tfliir by giving their service of his Muter. The house has been I..v. P. T. HAi.eand hill and Mr Ilitu Uardira and wife, of presence. The next meeting will be held crowded nearly every night since tie meetDanville, at'indtd the meetine here a few at Stanford on the last Siturday in October. ing began and hia instructive and entertaining sermonB attentively listened to b t night ego Some rttlections having been cast on Dr. IN ADDITION TO liUOCEr.IES AND I'HOVMIOSS. HE KEEPS all Mu8. William Ayiies and MIm Belle Owing to tbedliiolutlon ot our arm, it becomes Biiley in an interview which appeared in Chenauli. necciiary tbat we ihould close up our business at in lute been 'pending the utu tbe Paris KcntucLian in regard to the MinLAND. STOCK AND CROP once, and not being able to personally give it such mr with reUlive in the county, returned nie Duncan aflair, we deem it but juil to we hare appointed Jlv. Northern seed wheat f jr ule by attention as it require, our Agent for the settlePare to L iiUville SAturday. give his statement cf the matter He sats 1'lilllim John Ml FLOHESCf LtcKEY, of Madmn Geo D Wearen. ment of our business All parties olng oi by that when he began to treat her last March 750- - note or account will please call at hli office In El. White sold to John Woods Mia lUtiie Finhbick. of Dtnvllle. Mr. it was for in irregularity from which young lb heifer at 3 cents. Stanford and settle immediately. LFxs e I) I'on, o' Linciler, and Mi.. Lillie women sometimes sutler and continued to CM t ED31MSTOX Vt O IfSfjEY. Corn in the field sold in Montgomery McClarv am the guiat of Mr. M CI, N during the sumtreat her at intervallast week at$l CO to Jl 7S. villi mer, always through n third party. In Mu H II. Uiio.vAUflti, a competent August he was called E P. Owsley bought a couple of young A LOUD GALL FOR TAXES. ti make an examcentleman and :i gtxd democrat, winta a ination, which the girl finally consented to, thoroughbred JireyM at Lexington for positien in the retenuv department and waa but became to prostrated thst only a par $175. By reason of the delay In setting tbe tux look work of the present year, here veMenUy obtaining ignaturt to bis tin! one could be made He informed the J. C. Gentry sold to R II. Gentry a for theIioud ot tquil occaslouid by the lor collect-In- s zitlun, my time Mate has been shortened r more than of land lyin on Hawkins Branch the taxei petition. principal that he hail discovered a mova- 100 acte two moaih, aud couHquently It will be absoluteMil, J.J Walk eh, who hi, been in in this county at $35 ly lmoisibfc for me to craut to tax payers that but was not fully satisfied with ble tumor Indulgence to which tbey baie lieen accustomed. . looking after hia Walter PjIU ajld 37 two year-olTexia for In order to meet my om 11 liabilities I must make the ixtmination and suggested a time and are landed inleret near Fort Worth, returned place for a more minute ooe and it was mules to Ihndrick'A Hutsell, last Satur- rapid co'lectloni All persons owing taxes one requested to call on therefore Carlisle Mercury. and settle earnestly lhy are warned thatme at of Ik gtcit dehead. Saturday, He j that tnere In case, up; and agr.'ed upon. A hint of the Djctor'r) suspi- day for $100 per allure to do so, I will lie under tbe unpleasant ne mand for in mer there id thai it cm be -- Cijldsmilh Mild, the former 'Qteen cessity oftaklngthe iteps proTiuw ny raw to enso ctlcnded the girl that she refund to cions loaned on goid security at from - to 30 allow him to see her again and her exam of the Turf," is dead, aged 23 yeare. She force payment, lam aware that such calls as this, because they are so frequently made by .Sheriffs, prc-n- t but I tlit pitry life in College and p!ou demeanor had arccirdof2 141; had trotted in 132 are nut often heeded,I mean IntendI say. It shall be what demonstrated that C(Wt .V. JIEXEFEE, Slicrif. LOCAL MATTERS on all occasions, cuied her protestations to races, winning 92 Her earnlDgi were $2 10, J. be received with consideration an 1 tbe ex- 000 Share of Farmer National Ihnk Ten Catron & Co. have bought a largo amination was not insisted upon further. rt ck for ale. Apply at the Pink. uumbir of mules in this county this week, DEATHS. and are piying good price. They bought Mil? Moaiiv Hamu.n l dally receiving living near twenty or thirty yearlings last Monday pay-innew fitllmillinerf and detlres her patromt Mra. Ismc .Sirobridce, ! Somerset from $10 to S50 per head. to call early. Wayneeburs, died a few daja ajo of malaReporter. BiMC'iC hundred and fifty thoua rial fever. Lancasteh CjUBT. Abaut 50 cattle Of consumption and enlargement of for sale by and, bard and This invaluable prepa- on market, moat sold at abmt 2 to 3 ctr. the liver, Jamea K. Dillion died atbiahome " scl Henry Baugbman. Mn Uaks Taeenr truly a. triumph ofmore A biut 25 aged mule, but few sold, those 111) iiiui o icmwi tine skill, ana no in Crab Orchard Sunday, aged 35 was inestimable benefit Fiiteen Tclumes of the Library of evtr bestowiil on tbe Rev. Geo. V. Merritt, D. D a widely-know- n that did brought from $00 to $125; mule Uoivml Knowledge, complete and nearl) Pretty good crowd; No More Pain! uuthers of the world. to $70 and excellent minister of the Meth colts from $35 KWIt not only shortnew, for rale nt $1 per volume at Penny A ens tbe time of la lor and odic Cnurch South, died tiilurday at his business a little better lessons tbe Intensity ol McAlister'n. J. D Rojston sued Scott Farria in ?e home at Anchorage. undivided one-ha- lf No MoreDanger danger to life OCR repreentative, Fontaine Fox Bob Mr. Rise Lsvi, wife of Mr. Joaepli Common Plea Court for an of bott mother and child, and TO interest in a race horse called Forest. fever, bttt, says that there are two laws be will Levi, whoe ilmeaof leares tne mother in a favora-bi- o ctrtainly I nve repealed, that creating a waa announced in our last ijue,died Satur M. F. Clark claims to have bought the enMotherSOhild. condition highly to speedy rrcOTery, board of ti'ializitiou and the one creating day and her remains were taken to Louln- - tire animal, and tbe action is brought to .nl far less liable to Hooding, conrulstons and Louisville Times. The Dread of a railroad commiMion. ville for in'erment. She waa a stater of settle tbe controversy. other alarming symptoms John Bright has brought to this office Mk. John ISiiyant, son of James Bry Mr. D. KlaM and her death at the early age islllsrffii.W.:8'.. ia rendered eaddcr by the fact that twelvestilk, tbe product of one grain of iy womlerlui cmcacy in ant, E q , while buildicg a tobacco barn of 21 to this respect entitles the Transformed a prolific variety Motukk's FltlBNDtobe list week, stiaioed himel( internally in she waa a bride of hut two month. Her Braz lian Flour Corn, 11 ranked as one ol the life been lying at the point of huaband haa the eincere sympathy of the which makes excellent mr, anl of which x Milting and hsa siTlng appliances given we told some months since He siys he community in hia tllliction. to me worm uyineuis-coTerlc- s death since Fridnv last. ot uodtrn sciWyattStndidge, an estimable ci- - will riise from e'O to 100 btnhela per acre Mr. AND ence. all for less tiien of the Mjreland neighbnhood, died from it 14 prisoner in There are From the nature ol the case, it will ot course be cflense than murder except Bill Careor, Friaay night of a protracted kidney troubCipt. T. J. Nichols, the understood that we can not publish ccrtlucates who killed young West anJ who is await le complicated with other disease, aged CS turfman, irjured in the wreck on tho Ken concerning this ItKMKDY ing a second trial printed for same error in yeare. lie waa twice marrieu, ma uri wiie tucky Central railroad last week, died Satwituout wounding the the first, which resulted in a verdict of 10 beint' a daughter of Mr. J. E, Wright, by urday night at the Pctcoix Hotel. For a SAPETV AND .of mcU teitlmonlali on years in the penitentiary. whom he had na children and his laat Misa number of years Cjpt. Nichols has been a Idle, and no mother who has once used It wilier- with eight children, prominent patron of the turf, both as a btiirering t Arm Broke. Miss Maria Warren suf- Margaret Djnn, who omaii !,cr ,g,tn i without it in V. all grown save oae, BUriva him. Mr. breeder nod owner, and during tbat time ber lime of trouble. fered a fracture of her left arm between the Too Many Goods on Hands; Trado Is Dull and They Must So Sold. coming 6andidge was for years an elder in the Hus has had in his possession several fine perelbow and wrist Saturday. In greatly former, of which Vagrant and Day Star, prominent physician lately remarked to the A WEAKEX, illiiiiurucliircrM' Agcut. GEO. down the stairs at lnr Nthet'4, her shoe tonvtlle Christian church and wai 11 It were admissible to make pubby all who knew him. An econ- bath winners of the Kentucky Dirby, were proprietor tbat we receive, the Mother's ilend lic the letter! heel buog on something and she fell from esteemed would outsell anything on the mirket. he the b:et. business man, the top to the bottom. Tne wonder is that omical and paahins 'which he leajea Becker, of Cincinnati, has I most earnestly entreat every female eapecltng George amased a good fortune, ee wis not Milled. to use Mothr'j Filend. C&upled long bought of Geo. D. White, 84 cattle, 1,550 to bo confined unincumbered to hia family, no with this entreaty I will add thai during a nevsoiool dis practice iforty four year) I bavo The voters o' tne lb., at $5S5. Of John D. Goodloe,50head, obstetrical ll to fall to produce a mfe nnd quick er known RELIGIOUS. II. J. HOI.UEJ. M D.. trict will be calleil up u next Siturdty to 1.500 Ibj., $5 35. Henry Kahn, of Cincin- delivery. ' Atlanta (la. Pocket Books, Hand Mirrors, Do you intend sending ycur child to school? "J decide whether they will iinpase a tax of 181 churches of Elinburgb, 124 nati, hHs bought of J. W. Glbbj, 50 cattle, Of the Tlavoriug Extracts, Violin Strings, for on "Uwlth and Happiness of Bourne keeps all kinds ol School Books, Inks, Treatise Send 20 cents ou tho property of the district 1.500 lbs , $5 Of Dudley Tribble, 30 head, Woman, tor mailed nee. are Presbyterian. Artists' Materials, French Harps, Teui, Copy Books, Tablets, I'lJi, Sponges, three years, to buy a lot and build a school Uiadfjkld llKHl'LATOR Co , Atlanta, Ga. Slates, Pencils DjchtuUi, 1,000 lbs., $5.25. George Kratz, for LehAa a result ol a ten dayB meeting reThermometers, tamps, Do you want to inarryT Ga then, and get your Cnfections, bouse. We need the building badly indeed cently held In the Presbyterian Church at man & Bro., Btltlmore, has bought of John Vases, Face Powders, Perlumes, Cacheus, Soaps, Brushes Varniihca, but fear the heavy call will work its defeat. ElUiville, Rv. Henry M. Scudder received W. PrrUh, 85 cattle, 1.515 lbs., $4 00. Of n ta ti.cn thtlt4 la Dolls, and Combs from Bourne. Paints, the .i .1 11.41 cUu l He D. W. Tribble, 30 head, 1,500 lb., $5. The church. ? Get icin tie. H't ei Bplcts, Doyou wanttopleaio your motber-in-UOils, The American Hhinolyglcal Association nineteen members into the I'm t knixiul utikfMcounty are jifVbu-.riotf- il And 1,001 other articles, at tlwll, J. her a pair of Le.Mare's Celebrated P.ock Crystal vim assisted by Rsv. J. M. Evn. fCir large bunches of cattle in tbs bwi will meet at Lsxlngton, October 0, 7 and u AiiT.rnv hrosj Spectacles and paint ber housa with mixed Paints. Tflf cu8lricun I'llll, T more backward than for ten jears, and are physicians are invited to lisle Mercury. atd all niMtable Ghstwon lh Uoi cl Bourne bat them. H )!M(t jtf tbs tlie public Mi now raakl Rev. Dr. E. O Querrant organised a being diligently led on rorn. Their owners DR. ItOVItXE'8 Kuoxville, is Utu: CtislalCa. Ate you sick? Havo you Ucadacbe, Eackoche, attend. Dr. P W. imontf tUt Itidlo MtJl they won't Cici.(lko Utooi. new Presbyterian church near the mouth of can't let a bujer look at them as keeps all klnbs of Mcditlnes. Tceacbe? Bourne A. L. hMlTll. nrldcnt. Sreakinc of tho Dr. reminds uiidio-d- , r. Lretk, Breathitt county, with 01 be ready for market for a month or eix Remember, Bourne will give a nice present to Sl,t.1''yt)ruiflns. t treated that sweet litllj us that be hns 1.011. fll congregation weeke. A few extra feeders have been sell 8 tbe first good looking girl who repeats tbe follow for a throat trouble members and officer. The singer, Euma Abdotf, log propose to erect a house of worship, and ing at 4J cents, and the outlook indicates STANFORD, KY. most successfully, which she acknowieugeu TIIIO nnrtCD mavliofnnnionflleat Oeo.1. Patent Medicines, Feather Du'tare, Ncwstuiper AU sub'crib-ed.- - that they will not go above A. Co-4J cents. Unwell for this purpofe $GS2 60 has been ,'ert linw ltufcnu ltd , Opposite Mjera Hems. Toilet Articles. Shavlt( Materials, very handiuxcly in an Interview with a ftKVvdVtVlllif Richmond Register. fMt. Sterlinc Sentinel Democrat. eoatru.i nuy Kooxville norfepsper man A nujioi.An entered the house of Book-keepi-- 2 lrgt pleuro-pueumu- uu . Louisville Bryant Stratton Business M'robert;'S. il. al & STAGG, UD PIJIBICEUIISIS, Opera Uouse Block, Stanford, m Hughe-AOthcs- $1,-00- 0. ro-u- ctJ-- ct THE OHZEJk.DP GBOOER. Bit-lou- TV R. WALTON, o w r o lufor-tuitio- y And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line Yon May Call For. Tin-- , Glass- - J. and Qneensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- eral we-rk- d Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. School Supplies: Baskets, Bags, Slates, Pencils, Pens and i s To MOTHER'S FRIEND Holders, Ink, &c. well-burne- CiS, ,. Corner Main and Somerset Sts. is the best place to buy, typho-m.iUri- WHOLESALE PRICES I Motherhood Over 40 Buggies, Carriages, HOPE I well-kno- wn JOY! Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagons, to he PRICES. Over 40 Farm Wagons mid many other Goods RETAILED AT WHOLESALE mvntSSi I. "The Bournejfrom which Traveler Returns Sick."' w .n - NEW DRUG STORE, a 10 Stmi-JSIeeH- s Interior lournal MY LAST REHEARSAL. llleury Turner In London Society Probably tbo theory of evolution never received a mora practical Illustration, physically and mentally, than In my ens. For, o vrhorons I am now a portly, sjdata, father of a family, church warden, oversea er and guardian of my parish, some thirty yean ago I was a sleuder, harum-scarubachelor, impecunious, and ready at a moment' notice for any folly which might present itself to my ercitabte ani Vicioui I mercurial temperamont was not, but merely thoughtless and inconslJerato. My name is Mathews, and I was chrls tenod Charlos, after an uncle, from whom Tbo my father had pecuniary erpectattotn. lato Cbarlos Reade was undeniably right when ho said that versatility never pays. I was a fair baritone singer, a clever carl caturiU, an admirable mimic, and oujojod great renown as an amateur actor. Yet, at the ago of 23 I was entirely dependent on my father for the necessaries of life and pocket money. My largost creditor at this time was my tailor, to uhom I was indebted in tbo sum of 05 pounds, 4 shillings and 0 pence. Unless my fnther "stumped up'' I had as much chauce of bain; able to pay the national debt as defraying this amount For torn reason or other my fathor proved unusually obstinate at this Juncture, and declined to do anything in the matter; I bo described bis couduct as firm-nos1 well-to-dcor-tutn- ly s. m watch tho arrivals by coach." As the waiter delivered this exordium my mind was at work endeavoring to solve tho being discovmystory of niy hiding-plac- o ered. "Nobbs" that was tho solution. On second thoughts ho bad disclosed tho place of my retreat to Sinks. As tbo waiter concluded, my determination was takon. My natural love of fun and adventuro, combined with tho Instinct of docidod me to accopt tho honors thus suddenly thrust upon mo. I mado noroferonco to the waltor's story, treating it as too absurd for discussion. "I want to sond a noto round to tho lessee of the Theatre ItoyaL" "Certainly, sir. Tho boots con take it" In a fow seconds I bad scribbled the following: lie guv a ftljh, and said that was not the tho goat he wanted. Ho is going to stop bore, as be knows for certain that bis man is coming to Ssamouth directly, and ho will "Deaii Simpson To quoto the Duke'-Mott- o I am here. Will you call a rehearsal of Used Up' for at IIP C. J. Matthews." Yours faithfully, This characteristic note wax promptly despatched, and I waited In serenity, and with a keen sense of approaching onjoymont the I have omitted to mention tht t I was in lovs frith a protty but portlcnto's young lady of the name of Walker. My father characterized wis circumstance as another sample of my thoughtlessness nud perversity, as among my acquaintance were several young ladies with very tolerabl fortunes. I bad for Miss Walker's gxl graces a quasi-riva- l He was so very of the name of Nobbs. plain and unploasantin bis manners that I entertainod no fears of being ousted by him, and accordingly wo were very good friends, lie employed the same tailor (Bml:s) as myself, and one memorablo morning Mr. Nobbs came to me and told me that Blnks bad issued a writ against me f :r tbo amount of my debt. The law against debtors at thatdate wore much moro stringent than it is at prbsent, and I determined to loavo Loudon and go into biding for a time, until I could prevail on my woaltby uncle to reliove me of Sink's claim. I had a f ow pounds in my pocket, and informed Nobbs that I would start at onco for a small watering place, which I will hero call "Soamouth." I had never boon there, but bad heard a good account of It from a friend who had found it cheap, quiet and salubrious. In an hour I had my modest portmantoau packed (which had my nam.) duly inscribed on a brass plate thereon), and was steaming at the rata of thirty miles au hours for the nearest pcstal towu to Seamouth. When I left tbo tialn I found there was a coach about to start for Seamoutb, a distance of eight miles. tho answer came: In "Deaii Mr. Mathews I am agreeably surprised by your early arrival, as I did not jxpect you till the morning of Thursday (the day of the performance). I suppose tho papers are in error in advertising you ns y J Tuesday. playing at Hymouth shall bo very pleaed to make your acquant-vice- . "Yours sincerely, T. Simpson." Nothing could bo moro fortunate. Mr. Simpson had never seon the great comedian; and I was safe till Thursday. Ths reader may Inquire, Why did I not make my escape from Seamouth while I bud the opportunity! I can only reply that my love of adventuro was responsible for my conduct I bhould inflict no harm on any duo; indeed, I was conferring an actual benefit on tbo company of the Theatro Royal by affording them the great advantage of au extra rehearsal Aud tho actor himself woull And his task on Thursday considerably smootbor, ns all my "business" was precisely tbo samo as be would adopt half-an-boto-da- result calmly, though I felt my heart thumping against my chest, ns vulgar jxsoplo say, nlootoon to the doten. Tbo waiter's countenanco fell "Ain't you comfortablo, sir!" "Quito; your hotel Is a porfect elyslura; but Mr. Simpson wishes mo to stay with him till 1 loavo Seamouth." In five minutes I bad paid my bill, nnd given tho waiter a handsome douceur, and shouldorlag my portmantoau, wns on my way to the thoatro. Tho waiter expressed bis regret that tho boots was on tho beach looking for tho shoriff's officer, and so una-bi- o to carry my portmantoau, aud ho him-b- o If was unablo to loavo tho, "all tho spoons being about, you see, sir." Nothing could well bo more fortunate for my purpose. As I strode away tho horses were bolng harnessed for tho departing coach, and as soon as possible I mado my way to the road along which tbo coach rnunt pass on Its way to tho postal town. I did not feel safe till I had mounted the box-seand bad left Seamouth some milos behind. Tho coach was timed to moot tho London train, anl ore night fell I was onco more under ths parental roof. Hero I found a letter from my undo, inclosing a check for 100 pounds sterling, and a nomination to a valuable government appointment From that moment I turned over a new leaf, married Mbs Walker, and forgave Nobbs (who protested his innocence as to my address). But as I considered conquerors can afford to bo generous, I wroto a I letter to the great comedian, explaining my conduct unuer very trying circumsiaucos, and received a cordial letter of thanks in response for the very officlont rehearsal I bad jfiveu tho company of tho Theater Royal Tbo inconvenience to him from tbo sheriff's officer was but of brlof duration, my flight having sufficiently shown which was tho real Simon Pure. I have never paid a visit to Soamoutb since. FARM FOR SALE. ! LUMBER YARD. aawod and ihaved. rianlng Mills FOR COUQMO ru Olio good condition, well luiproTed, uu brick homo nd all the ncccMnry outbuildings. Apply to or 125 Acres, fl offer for isle air Frm ofMcKlnner. Itmidway Is In between Tumersville and St. Having oponed up a lumber yard In tho rear of our atore, wo are now f U8fc Proparod to Tarnish any kind'of Lumber In the rough. Tostsof all kinds, Shingles cut, Also Agcult for the Danville j 50-2- i IF. A. 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TAYLOR. Atlanta. Oa. of is. tsrn. esms, I isr. rlr JiELl'MX . -- It A VIS. Lily, Ky. I'm na nimitas aLinraar cordui. f t'l.fih,. ri,s,turj uilit' Chutr.a TMtaln. r.issl.bf 'Cr.uuts. Doth tor ial hy Dr. M. L. HOURS K, I'tacfcrd. oTa. BaffKaxe will be eoeid to and " jj --Qj LOGS WANTED. CKICAtO 111 liar will to Commercial Travelers. Theeholeeil always .ippil.d wltk brands of Llgtori ana CUars. lu 10UltVim,NtwAtBATI w w :& Storting a llalkjr Horse. Chicago News. After an hour's drive I was deposited at the door of the 'Red Lion." I was not much puzzled as to the choice of my hotel, for the "Red Lion" was the only inu in the place. Seamouth consisted apparently of one long straggling street, with a few detached houses on tbo outskirts. At a distance of 100 yards the open sea tumbled and tosed n a shingly beach. In ten minutes I and contemflt I had "done" Seamouth of dismay a plated with some feelings lengthened residence in this secluded spot 1 had already secured a left my portmanteau, and ordorod a steak and accessories prior to my stroll round the place. As I cros'ed the entrance hall to the room, I found mysnlf the objct of special observation by the staff of the hotel The rubicund Boulfaco saluted me with a broad cui, the antiquated waiter smirked as he in a peculiar fashion hastened to open the do:r of the coffee-roowhile a housemaid on tbo stairs was evidently much more occupied in studying my pergonal appearauce than sleeping the b carpeted stairs. A of what was evidently tin cook peered from the regions below. I was about to seat myself at one of tho tables when tho host advanced, and with a very deferential bow, begced that I would accopt the offer of a private room. Anticipating my objoction, he went on to say that no extra expense would be Incurred in consequence. So a few minutes saw me engaged in dlscusstug a juicy tender steak, some mealy potatoes, flanked by a tankard ale, with au obsequious waiter of as my sole attenlant I determined to write to my uncle Immediately alter dinner, m my Mender purse would soon be exhausted in defraying the cost of my pre ont luxury. As tho waiter placed an apple-tar- t on the table, he romark3l: "I think tJi is your first visit to Seamouth, slrT I replied in the affirmative, mutterins mtto vjcp, "and ulso my lat; 'Seamouth' appears to be a very sleepy klul of place. " The old waiter drow himself up, apparently refuting this stigma on the littio watering place: "Very quit, sir, but very select. But we shall be vory livoly now 'you have houorjd us with a visit, sir." I failed to pjrcolvo bow the presence of a fugitive debtor could add to the cheerfuluetsof any place, but I nmdo no reply, considering the compliment would bo changed for in the bill. "It's bastouishing, sir, what a difference tho theatre makes when it is liopen." "But Seamouth a t'jeatre," I replied run nut "No, sir, bouly ivhoii a star come; I remoni-br- , when I was a boy, seelu; Mr. Macienly Imct bore, and oople came far nud near to toe 'im. Our yard was full of traps of hevery description. aul so it will bi hot! Thursday next, w hen Mr. Charles Maths ws makes bis appearance." As be sail these words tho old waiter made a profound mil left the room. A lijht dawned upon me; my name wns identical with that of the great comedian. The waiter had rend tin name on the brass plate on my trunk, au 1 I bad bocu mistaken for the coming man. I ras chuckling over the bingular error, and bad resolved to ilisuLuso the staff ,of tho "Rod Lion" accordingly, whosa curious reception of ir.e was now explained, whon a drcuuutaaca occurred which caused me to chat)','.) my resolution. Tho window cf the room which I occupied commanded a view of tho conch-roa- d loading Ui the nearest pastil town As I retloctsd over the curijus blunder, I founl mysolf mechanically watching a dog. rart which was rapidly approaching the inn. It drow up at tbo door, nud from tho vehicle deceuded n stjut, coirse looking man, wearing n very bal har, aud very sely in bis uiiUIimonU in general. I was roa.liii,' In Tin Siimouth the adverti-usmentwhich announce! the appearance of tho Loudon nctnr in his celelrited character of Sir Charles Colistream la "L'se I Up' on Tliunvlay uaxt This as oue jf my bo it impersonations as ft'i amateur, and I bad inaJo such a cloo study of the original representative that I could reproduce overy tone, nud glance, and gesture. My personal nppoarftuce wns also very nlmilar. At this moiient the waiter entered tin room, boiling his band befoio hi facj, aul apparently couvuUtfti with laugbtor. "I Leg pardon, sir, but you will laugh as much i mo when I toll you, sir. There is a MitrltTs otlleer in the cotftwrooin who wants toicrvo a wrlton a Mr. Cbarbs Mathowg; bo iupuired if a gent of that name was there. I told him yof, tho noted lmctor. bed-roocoffee-balf-lengtnut-browgonu-tlsctios Ex-pr- Puuctua! to the hour appointed, I made at 11 on my appearanco at the stage-doo- r the following morning. "Good morning, Mr. Mathews," exclaimed man, who was a little, shabbily-dresse- d standing with his back to the fireplace, in conversation with the Cerberus who guarded the sacrod portals of the drama. Whero Is "Good morning, Mr. Simpson. tho compauyl'' "They are all on the stage, Mr. Mathews. I have got a pretty Mary for you, nnd a capital blacksmith." I followed Mr. Simpson along a dimly-lighte- d passage to the stage. As wo threaded the gloomy labyrinth, my conductor whispered to me: "You are satisfied with tiio terms I offered!" "Perfectly," I answered. "Nothing could hara been moro liberal" (How I wondered what they were!) "Yes, 1 think that arrangomwt is tho fairest for both parties," continued the worthy manager. I found a group of soedy looking individuals on the stage, who were ssvorally Introduced to mo. The porsonator of Mary girl, but very Wurzel was a pretty-lookin- g pale and emaciated, while the representative of the blacksmith was a diminutive but sturdy little man. "Hallo this won't do; Ironbraco should be a big man, or whore is the alarming contrast between Sir Charles in the deadly affray which tokes placoP The manager shrugged his shouldors. "Wo can't get another now." While they arrangod tho first scene I glanced round the theatre. It was a bandbox of a bouse, and I should not have hesitated to play the piece In my own propor person hau necessity compelled it But be Thursday came I must when miles away. Here I suddodly remembered that tbo individual I was personating vat renowned for his vivacity and stores of anecdote. So I drow on my memory, an uncommonly retentive one, and poured forth a stream of witticisms, which seemed to meet tbo circumstances of the case, for tho company laughed immoderately, until nt last the manager suggested a commencement of tbo rehearsal "We have all heard of your wonderful conversational powers, Mr. Mathews, and report has not exaggerated them, but sup-po- o ne " "Exactly, Mr. Simpson; business first and pleasure afterwards, '' lot once addressed myself to tho business of the scenes, an! really worked bard In putting tho company through their facings. It would njt interest tbo general reader to mention in detail tho very natural shortcomings cf a scratch country company of strolling players. But I found Cbotn very docile anl extremely anxious to follow my directions Impliedly. Small as were my available resources, Iexpeudod In refreshment, aud thotr countenances expressed taelr gratitudo even more than thlr words. There was another jsfecodown foi rehearsal, "Married for Moy," but I wns totally uuaccquaintod with the piece, so 1 suggested it should be postponed till the morrow. Towards the conclusion of the rehearsal I observed Mr. Simpson eaaminin; my features with great earnestness. "You wear uncommonly woH, Mr. I was d you were about 10, butyon dont lo)k more than 'All habit, my dear sir; I never encourage the idea of age. I follow the advico of Bui wer Lytton. Oecido upon tl.i age at wbfali you choose to remain, and rofuo to bocomo any oldor. I have selected Perennial Jove, y u know, and all that sort of tiling." My auditor was convince 1; I continued: "Beside, youth is my stock in trade. How could I play tho youthful Jemmy Jesjamys if I looked my real ago!" My logic was unanswerable. Ere we partod Mr. S.inpson shook my band heartily. "A chock on Friday morning, as soon as wo have verified the receipts; I suppo-otha- t will do, Mr. MntthewiP "Perfoctly," Iieplfed, cordially returning tho pressure. I was walking leisurely toward my hotel, when I beheld a sight which almost turned my blood to wntsr. Striding along in his Usual brisk an! jaunty fashion was tho groat comedian himself. He was evideutly going Fortunately tho .building to the theatre. , was as I had teen Mr. Simpson lock the d or and walk away with the key in Iss pocket But Seaunutli was a email place, and the manager could s;on bo found. My couriQ was plain. I must fly, and at once. I mot tho waiter in the doorway. Hi grinned and pointed to a couple of trunks in the hall, ou which was inscribed, "Mr. Charles Mathews." -Mat-hows; clo-ol- A horo attached to a light buggy sto J directly in front of the Monroe street entrance to the Palmer bouso, the other day, while about tbo vehicle were soveral omnibuses and carriages awaiting an opportunity to reach tho sidewalk. Tbo hone's back sbowul recent cuts from a whip. Itsdriver, whip In hand, was resting after bis exertions to start the balky anlmaL A man rushed to tho horse's ho ad anl attempted to pull forward horse and vehicle, while tbo wearied drlvor made good use of the whip ou tho horse's body. The horse refused to move. A crowd of people gathered about, many giving Instructions as to the best means of starting the stubborn animal Ssveral means were triod, but without effect A colored man emerged from tbo crowd and walked up to tho horse's bead. Ho threw bis right arm about the horse's nock, the left being directly back of tho forelegs, and, throwing his weight on tho animal, usod bis right foot to kick tbo horse's legs at the first joint abovo the hoof. Tbo bono lifted first one foot and then the other in response to the kicks, and presently fell on his kneea In getting up on bis feet bo moved forward foveral stopi, and on regaining his bolanoo mo vol off at a brisk trot turning round as he trotted down Monroe street to view tho colored man, whose novol proceeding bad forced him to start, dosplto bis determination to stand still "Dat'll fetch 'em ebery time," said tho colored man, as be made for tho sidewalk while the "busses" and carriages rushed up to tho vacaut spot "It kinder takes dem by surprise, and foh doy know it day's moving olong." Dr. E. Office on J. Nickorson, Through Coaches and Pullman Stooping Cars From- I will pay the highest price for good, sound - Physician and 4th St., Fistula Piles and Cured. Perfectly Usod, LouIhtIIIo to Chicago Surgeon, Cincinnati to Chicago, IntlluimpollH to Chicago, Danville, Ky. THROUGH TIME TABLE Via Louisville: Lve. Walnut, Cherrj and Hickory Logs delivered at any station of the L. & N., K. O. or O. S. K. R. OHIO J. 0TTENHEIMER, Crnb Orohard, Ky. 11 Arr. Lafayette... Loulifllle. . .. I No Knifo, Ligaturo or Cauntlo " Chicago J I a m I 0 p m p m I S VO a tu 8 20 in I 8 00 a in 7 S JO Via Cincinnati.' Lve. Cincinnati ... . I I Treatment Mild. Businesj. " Indianapolis...... Arr. Chicago No Detention! From Dally. II 1" SO a ui 8 JO p m pm fi3 11 i C 15 p m I MISSISSIPPI The Direct Itouta to H. W 30 p m Mam flHy eicept Sunday. Be sure your tickets rial via the St. Louis & tho West Northwtat aoJ Southwest by the way of Cannibal Um Among Itnt. (John O. Mason in Courier Journal I would like to tell your readers express-- 1 13 fpoclal interest in tho matter how to dear a house or barn of rats and mice. It U a plan I and many of my nolgbbors havo tried with unvaried success. Catch several rats or tnloe in a wire trap, say six or seven; tet tho trap containing thorn in some dark place for several day, not forgetting to jive them water, but no food. After awbilo they will get so hungry they will fall upon wch other. And when a certain hngth of time has elapse!, undor tho law of the "survival of tho fittest," it will bo found that only ono remains, generally an old mala. Do not lot this one remain too long in ths trap or he will succumb t) the ravages cf hunger, but turn him out By this timo bo has acquired a taste for rat blood, which nothing but rat blood will supply, and in a very short timo ho will havo eaten or run off every rodent on tho place. KnourncliiB American Corn In Austria. Chicago Journal Experiments mado during the past two years to introduce a few of tho oarly vario- ties of American corn into somo of tbo Austrian provinces have proved very successful in Dalmatia. Not only is tho yield twico that of tho homo product, but tho harvest of tho American corn can bo tlnUhod early enough to escape tho annual Inundations, while the Dalmatian corn ripens lato and U of ton totally dostroyod by water The question, howthe harvest time. ever, oeins to be whother the American eorn will retain all the) good noVts after I it has boon cultivated in tbo foreign soil and ' clLmato for a period of years, or whother it win become acclimatized anl partako of tbo boine peculiarities, thus uocossitating a con- stoat importation of fresh soj.l. I I A. A C. U'y) as It Is the quickest, the best anu niosi uireci line to imcago ana jiointi In the Northwest. LsjariDf Chattanooga lor Loo-iiAll nnsosMo Isrlllc aoj ClDflnn.lt maktll Tickets via the Motion Route on sale at all prln' 1 TalDS Chron-i- c clpal ticket olOcoa. 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I)nl Always snakes Baltimore, Philadelphia and Non-Yoruev. Kt.: O. J. Boiler, Lebanon, Kr.,Oeo. Ky.i A. A. McOlnni;, City, Bobon, Judge J. v. Hugtiea, (ireen. Ky.; wmi luaoiou Uarrodiburc, Kyi C C, abumate, McAfee, Kr- With all Lines at -- Only Line via St. Cure Certain ami Permanent. Cure, No Tny. So (U N. MONON ROUTE, LOCINVILLEorCI.CI..ATI. !r fj If! tr LaT. MPEM HI. 12Hours Quiokor Dan-Tlll- It. .&; WASHINGTON, O. & M. lo. Fast Timo and Suro Con nootions Jl Grand Combination THE INTEfflQrT JOURNAL And the LouUvllle Pullman Gars. Hotel) nud Newport News, IUclimnnd, Old Point Comfort (Urgcla Lonii and Intermodinte Fointi o Fcrrlcn! XodiiinlhuHTrauss In connec Ion with Ola Dominion Steamships to fens I Weekly Courier - Journal little pipers for One year for only 8-- tno more taan tbe jtIco of one. one rear Bv paying us tl joi will receive l,for Courler-Journathe TouriwiM ivaiVr with tbe rrc.nwtlve newspaper of only, and tbe teat, Ic and for a tariff for revenue ( brigbtert and ablest famllr weekfr In the United Thoso who desire to eaamlne a lample States. can do to at this office. conv of th.Courler-Journa- l o o O S3 r ConuecttonsmaJe In L'nlon Depot, St. Ixsula with trains of hues going Hst, Norlhwcit anl Bouthwtnt. II you are going tVwt to any point, call on And Merchants and Miners Steamship Lice to wilto to the unJcrslguol. For lull anJ reltahlo Informstlon In regard to Land, Ac, Id lb Western Mates, Maps, (IuIJm and lowest seclal rate lor Ticket! and Household Through Trains friui Winchester, Ky., to Goods to all points Weal call on or address (J II. AL.SOP, KANAWHA FALLS, Passenger Ag't Ohio d. Mississippi IlallTray, Ilarrodihure, Ky WHITE 8ULPHUI1 SPRINGS W. W. I'EAItODV. W. B. HllATTUl, I'res't an I (len'IMan'gr, Oen'l I'ass. Agl And other Famous Virginia Springs and Pleasure C. W. I'Altlsl, lentral Tasienger Agent, luuorti. Cincinnati. Ohio Huntlnc Flsbtns, Itathlng and all kloJs of re creation lor me tourist, invalid or sportsman. Ihlsllne runs through the AlleKbany Moun- KENTUCKY CENTRAL on log uinaioi iauiiiui rivrri ana BOSTON. iiu, .crmi-natts- on 1. 1. a OS re f r Hi I O bo-fa- ro P a p. O O , aQ 0 o Observation Cars on Day Trains. IteuUr first class tlckcta gool for atop-ote- r anil all can be com blned without extra expetise. Fur full Information, rate at Hotels, analysis of M dkinalbprlngi, Pullman blerplrg Car -- paio, Tickets, Ac, call on or aildrraa W 11 WIIITTLi:SEV, W. 11. McI.OisF.lslM, Trav, Pas'i-rge- r Ticket AKent, Att Ky. (tsnfiird, Louisville, Ky. ' w. Ii03 ' iiena?r, Uen'l I'as.'r ig' ltbmnf"1 Vlrwlnlt, the si:a snoiti:. "illuoGruHH ltoute.M Shortest and Quickest Route from Oen tral Kentuotcy to all Points North, East, West and Southwest. Fast Llca lletween I c, LILTIXGTOX Honrn.Bot'UD. Ex afc snisis. it. fdi.m:h. rincinnatl, bchedulo In Effect May K6. 6, Huti. CINOIX.VITi 10, 1WJ o PC o a n o 01 i f c Li (Jta'l Vetern i). (.. nnwAitus o. Dally Vo.ii' Ex. Hun 2 00 n in S 2d ii in 6 10 p ta S l'n,er igmi O. i ! I IF YOU WANT TO Great DelViits saiinlotiii' Atlanta Constitution. d Whonovor a grent general dios ho is with Napoleon. Now, with all bis really flrt-clamilitary ability, It must be svlnilfetod that Napoleon uudo groat mis-ttgreat defeaU. A recent and frufft-rewriter calls attention to tho fact that he lost in tb Russian campaign iJJ.OOO men. This waj in tho short space of four months. Napoleon entered Germany in 1SIU with Jo0,000 nisu. He fought the groat battles of Lutzon, Ustatieu and Dresden without doclslvo result. Ho rotroato! from Loipdc with a of ",000 men. He recrossed the Rhino with only bO.COa loft of his UJJ.OOd men. At can-uo- n Waterloo ho loft 33.0J0 soldiers and on the tluld. Yot, notwithstanding thM defeats, be will bo fnmous through all time as a mllitury gonitis. -si s, d lo-i.'-7 a FILL YOUR GAME BAG, AND MAKE Lre. CoTlogtoo 8I0am 8 lllnu 10 f 3 a tu In 41 ti la Arr. 1'arls.. iexington V0 p n. iz is p m Lre. l'arls II SJ a in 10 2J p u Arr. Winchester ... J JO p ui II 00 p ui 1 1 "' " 1 IMcbtuonl "4 o a o O BIG SCORES, USE Itowland Lre, Klctimoud... Arr. Ucrva Lancaster 2 00 piu t 50 p tu 8 SO p tn 6 7 ' M p la 10pm 2Jnir & " LlTlngjton oi p ui 3 30 p ID (I 00 a in No. 11 : .., No. 3 ' r & o o i EMINGTON IFlES-i- m: Nohtii.Bocnd. Lre. I.lTlnKston Arr. Itlchmond , Lro. I'.JWlanl " Lincastur Arr. Ukhuiond Lra Itlclnnond Arr. Winchester.. Arr l'arls Lro, Lexington Lre l'arls Arr.Corlnijton . No. I " Here 4 00 a m ..., 10 22 a in ,.., it is a m .. i O 0 12! c a SHOT GUNS. Latest All tho Improvements. i A Lone Iook Ahead. Philadelphia Call "Well cl.l Aunty, ale tho noighbors looking after vou in your poverty!" Mr. Mou ilium. I'll not want "Ob, ye-s- , for wood, you perceive." "Well bios mo, not I Thoro's uotlesstban two oords there. Who sent it!' "Deacon Brown1" "Tho whole of it! Ah, I soe. He expects FOR DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS, ADDRESS 7 15 a h 8 0J a tu, .... U oo a i.i ... 6 00 a m 1 21 p in .. 7 00 a in 2 23 a in S 03 a m 3 18 am 7 23 a tu 2 .10 p in 2 SO piu 8 15 a in! a 20 p m 3 33 pm H 30 a m f, 00 p in g 53jira , Lamberson, Furman&Co., An 9IAY.SV1XI.E UIIANCir. NOOTII-riOD.V- Indopendent Newspaper of E.Remington&Sons' Sporting Arms and Ammunition, SOLE AGENTS FOR Ho, si,' Dally jEx. Sun. Ex. Bun. Kb. "SI," Dally t it to bo abovo." lluya. Ileurt Illicuxs Anions "He'i come, sir." "Where Is tbo sheriff's olllcerP I inquired AkuIii, the Hoy. in ns calm a tone as I could asnume. IHarper's llarar. "lie's gone for a walk ou the bench. I Succotash was a nw dish at Charllo's have sent toot-- , after him. The gent has please 1 liim immensely. ouo not come by the coach. He came in a Uy. liuuse, but bl that to his mamma oarnos'tly plate I retty extravagance in a man as can't pay lie paved asking for "a littio dioim cf the sacred his owltigs. But it's just like that class." hali.'' "Please mike out my bill, wultar," said i, Chlcazo Herald. An officer of tbo murine corps who has tho duty of examining tbo boys that want to becauiu sailors m the navy, says that of tho applicants, of which there m-hundreds, are rejected on account of imri dlseusu. Tho largj majority of these case are caused by cigarette smoking. ousv-flft- b Democratic Principles, but not Controlled by any Set of Politicians or Manipulators; Devoted to Collect-ingan- d Publishing all the News of the Day in the most Interesting Shapo and with tho greatest possible Promptness, Accuracy and Impartiality; and to the Promotion of Democratic Ideas and Policy in the affairs of Government, Society and Industry JtilliK, by Mull, i'oafiMiiV: DAILY, por Year DAILY, per Month SUNDAY, per Year DAILY and SUNDAY per Yaar WEEKLY, por Year 281 & 283 Broadway. .WESTEIIN OFFICE, Uxlngton Arr Mayeellle i tJOCTII-BOPf- 7 21 a tu, 4 85 p m 10 40 in 7 NEW YORK. r Mjtvi D. H. LAMBERSON ARMORY, A. - - - 73 State Street, Chicago, HI. ILION, N. Y. CO., Ex. Lre MarsTllle..,, Arr rarls Lex ngton KoTIi "l.'oToT wauy uaiiy Bun, Ex. Bun l nn 3 13 iI 3 41 a tu 8 10 a tu n tu REMINGTON SCOOPS, SPADES. MADE IN " .. ' II ,10a in 910 a w ClOpm n 00 pm pm SHOVELS, BEST MANNER, BY SKILLED AEE ALWAYS THAT THE WORKBEH RELIABLE. "Nokk. Trains 3 and 4 are dally between Win. cluster. Lexington nnd Corlngton: other tralnr am dally except Sunday. Train No. I runs la Lexington and r.irls.and not Tla Winchester anl Paris. Direct coumctloniareiiiade at Winchester with Chesapeake A Ohio for Ml. Sterling. Ashland Huntington, Cbarlestoo, W. Va and Eastern clt. Ics. REMEMBER C03 B30DS uiuro not men, have alwnja been my Goldsuilt . Tivut exauniw tbo label ou which jour nnrce U piluUU nnd remit us ths aiH0uat;iou ewe If jou are In arrears. .Idtlress. THIS kVX.Xne lorlt- City. T- .... $0 00 50 1 00 7 00 00 1 Ono NO HOLES OR RIVETS of Solid Stool. TO WEAKEN THE Winchester cJmVT ,'N.1.,.8,.Bn', i.run tla Cars Trains, with Pullman Weeping and nvS.VilnS!,ol!D.bc!0DJ' XA' DUDE. ""I WDebe"" betwect to any 6CND FOR CIRCULARS. REMINGTON AGRICULTURAL I CO., destination reached by a. y. II. MOIWE, T.'?ro?,,rb ,lcl"'l, ""J rallroRd. '3Ko checked LION, N. Y. New Ysik OUloti, 118 Chamber Strait. Passenger Agent, Covington, Ky, C. W. SMITH. 'Jer.CMl Mauagor. W. II. WHITTLnaEY, Trar. Pass. Agent, H.W.KULLEIt ijxlttcton. Et (ln li:,Aj7 ', At