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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885100601 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 VeeUii vol. xiv: jSiwMfiBecMn STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1885. Intcriorlournal 0ARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. lit !. ap- I , efjtof "" BB nnfm W NO. 62. MB BUnGEON F. HUFFMAN, I I ha Lancattor. t t 'al a WfeK Is a candidate forSherlS of Lincoln rnnnir. sub- 8TANF0KD, KY. "" nnniinitniin """ . """"uu'" .!-. ,.tn.( ...:-- .. OSce South itds Main Strsst, two doors abort Ject to tbe action of Hi. democracy. Ker. W. O, Goodloe will bejln a pro- nr.l.u .r. 3. the Myers Hotel: ."" thirst, but it is etill desirable to dl.corer "! ? Fare Nitrous Oxlds Qss altalnlsterti when reong been deetitute. " 'wolfated TueiiJaui and Frt&aim tracted mooting at the Presbyterian church some mean, of making eea water potable quired. W. 1. DAWSON Tuesday eVenlng. fw,' Is a csndlJate for Jailer of Lincoln County, Ker. 8terenOD, of Lower Garrard, oc- by eimpler means. A ,hip'a boat can t DB. W. B. PENNY, Plplt in place, J to tbe action of tbe Democratic party. A.IWUM ta.OO cupied the pulpit at the Christian church scarcely be fitted with the requisite app.ra- - l mtti)lh .,Ml. tW Dontlsit, PPInlmenU, being rat.... allhn.h Pn that .ho .1,1 nl h. Im. . STANFOBD, KENTUCKY. htnpatd (trlctlr In eJranci. If we have to Sunday morning and erenlog. reported seriously ck at Chattanooga, niT SAM. flf. OWENS Office on Lancaster street, next door to Itrtst-kio- r Mr. James Lojan, (ged about 00 rem, possible. Chemistry should, howerer, be t -- Winter set in on Sunday in this lati Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, subwn enr tlm". ta.OO will b. ebim.d. Journal office. Office hours from 8 to 12 a. ject to the action of the Oemocrstlc party. at. and 1 to S p. u. Anesthetics administered when died at hii home in this county Sunday equal to the task of eliminating or neutral tude Hence a lirely demand for blankets, USi-ly- r. neceasarr. Irlng the aalt in the water and to Mr. morning. Dtceued was an uncle of Mr. W. P. WALTON. especially amoug old bachelors. Of this Thomas Kay, president of tbe Stockport II. C. WARREK John Logan of this place. neglected elass we hare only about a dozen Tbe military company is a deir thing Natural History Society, is due the merit in town, and will probably be able to keep Is a Candidate for reflection to the office of ComSUBURBAN HOME. monwealth's Attorney of tbe 8th Judicial Dti of the near future. About 40 vouog men of making search for the solution of tbe them from suffering. -FROWENDIEN8T. trlct, subject to the action of the Democracy. FOR SAI-- E OR REST. hare signed tbe muster roll, which will be problem. He proposes to remore the chloIn the riralry prevailing among the Francis Earis. Haifa mile from Main Slreet, Stanford. Tho sent to the Adjutant General in few days, rides from sea water by the agency of cit- - small towns to secure the medal for a clean FOR SALE, house, entirely new, contains 5 rooms, cellar, front Dorn in another century, . ,, . . ,. . and back porches. All necessary outbuildings. Mr. Jack iiiattand a cornstalk mesi- - .aic ui eiiTer. iu process n uateu on me , ... . . ,,. to old, Jim yoara of lor and crime and Lot contains 10 seres. Best variety ot fruit of all A prayer, -uring fourteen fret in height came into fact that when a soluble silrer salt and a 7" kinds In the county, In full bearing. Call on or rier claim or iiusionriiie tne nrsi. You would liars boon, no doubt so Utha TIIOS. ItlVJIAIlDB, Urge soluble chloride are mixed chloride of til- - prize for health, temperance, industry and On Danrille street, In Stanford. The lot contains id.rS.'' town Saturday. Mr. II. carried two and fair Stanford, Ky. "2t A atntely feudal dams; and I ears of corn which he arers cttas from off Ter rcparatea and falls at a white, curdy piety, as she has long borne it for good two acres end hat on It a comfortable dwelling, stable, corn crib, a splendid cistern And 1 your page, jvrchance. precipitate, which is quite insoluble. This tbe stalk. and a huge number of fruit and ornamental treet PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSIC, Sc looks and exuberant fecundity. inis is one or tne most uealrable residences In I lorei to drtam o of ut twain; The young gentlemen composing tbe chloride of silrer is familiarlr known as Chris Lyon left a pumpkin in town, place. Tor terms and further particulars, anplrthe to We are agents for the old and Your largo, clear nlght-blueyes bad boon John OIIX Jf. VllILIVS, Stanford. Church Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio, for reliable of PiDinclng Club will giro an impromptu hop horn silrer. The citrate of eilrir gires up the equatorial circumference of which is bOW IWMt the sale anos. Organs, Automatic Musical Instruments and its acid to the soda and other alkalis in the 54 inches, Donoatb tbo tall, vrhlU colft Your dainty at the hall Thursday erenlog next. Val-un- t's the polar 50 inches and weight Musical Merchandise in Lincoln and Garracd foot counties, Kentucky. JToutlilu Payment orchestra from Loulsrille will furnish sea water, so tbat what remains is a solu- 63 lbi. John Goode has on exhibition a 8lQtr.mori.13 for tbo h.ary train received until paid for. The bent HtmiitarO. tion of citrate of soda chiellr. This salt is lot Wli.ro crl.t loopards prfool music for the occasion. Co., Uazelton of corn, each ear of which is such a maker:Son,Wm. KnabeA New England Bros.. Decker A Everett and Darid McGlnoii, who was sent to the said to bo not only harmless but beneficial. monster that I dare not state its dimenParties wlthtng Buggies, Ph atona or Barouches, either upright or square. In Organs, the Planets AVIth foiled palms and UdtdovmcA-- t, followwill make money by calling on us. We wish to ing A little weary of your queenly life makers: Clough A Warren, John woik house for a term of 35 days for carry- Tbe quantity of citrate of silrer required sions. It ia anxious to be beaten. close out all our finished work this fall, In order Church A Co. and the You, dellcaUs a rough Crusader's wifa Sterling, with th patent is two ounces for erery pint of sea water. pe ing concealed weapons, made good hla Thompsie Cosper, late of Cooper & to make room for our spring work. atWe will tell Chimnlicll Attachment. 1 dream. In vaulted ball .Lot fait e work, fully warranted, lower prices The Cclemteon, an Automatic Musical InThough hawthorn an all wblto. Friday erenlng after haring terred Mr. Kay proposes tbat bottles of the cltrite Ryan, has struck out canvassing in the than you can buy any work shipped to this place strument, tee most perfect in the world. and for sal. We don't Intend to be undersold on of silrer should be secured in the life boats interest Illustrated catalogues sent free to all who apply, of a large clothing house. He ia any grade ol work. Call and be conrlnced. And I, your pogo, your thine, your only two days of his sentence. also tbe best references from those who hare lnv, Some unknown person stole a fine mare of ships and used when absolutely required one of the clerereet, most reliable gentlebought and tried any of the above nautical instruSJtlTHJb JIUItPIlY. I bear your house's llllot on my re it, Dantllle, Ky. ments. Address us at Stanford, Ky. so that tbe lament of "water, water every- men that erer graced that flourishing proW-it my breast. rslued at $150 from James II. West, who And lore of you S. 11. & L,. J. COOK. and not a drop to drink," may no fession or tapped My eye are calm, my tntsn I irrare; lire near HlatUirUIe, in this county on where, the "drum commercial" None dreamt tbo pair dare lore. last Saturday night. A diligent search longer be heard. There is nothing in the to the delectation of a village audience. FINE LINCOLN FARMS A. description to suggest a doubt of the use- We bespeak for Nay, none on earth! not even you, for the mbvlng animal has been unsuccesshim a cordial welcome and But then, on day while In tbe blank, fulness of tbe dlscorerr. The expense of a cheering TOR SALE t ful thus far. trade. uiacK wail THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Of your dull rwoin, where sunset shadows The Star of Cheyenne, a highly educa-ti- d supplying the citrate of silrer is an objecMiss Kate Powell, who has been sick We offer for tale two of tbe best Farms In Lincoln county, Ky. Both lie 3 miles from Bus Tall, tion unworthy of consideration. Indian, delirered a free lecture on tbe some weeks, is reported aa about holding And the Louisville tonvllle, on the MIddleburg pike. The oiKonmnt opoo a square of bluo With rsll-llk- e Satur Indian question at the Court-hounidi allgh- tOf late the people of Kentucky hare not her own. Dare Newbern left his family in No. 1 Contains 340 Aoros, Courier-Journ- al day erenlng. This (MondaT) erenlng an beard much In regard to the opsratlons of Tennessee and returned to finish hii busiYon feel more lonely or more muI, One year for only 83 two pipers for little Well watereJ, fenced and Improved. We will ssll g y Jay unraju.ly for torn aJmission fee will be demanded and a the State Ktilroad Csmmisaion. This is be- ness here. Mrs. Hart Thomson gave birth 200 seres out of the heart of it, or 275 acres or the more than tbe price of one. known. of subjects pertaining to Indian life cause the Commission has been doing next to a daughter on Saturday. Mrs. Hugh whole of it. You .peaks I answer not. Mr 1Im In stone , Br paring ut 13 you will receive for ann ti- Keel oarred, that yet are laughter-gladNo. 2 Contains 140 Acre3, will be treated. to nothing, except to promptly draw the Logan ha, returned and settled again at your home paper with l, I answer not, nor more. the -- Doctor and Mrs. W. 0. O'Neal went to salary. It would seem that the commission this place. Dare Skinner, formerly of Well Improved, fenced and watered, lying Just representative newspaperthe the South, democratof across tbe pike from No. I. Both Farms are nearly ic and for a tariff for revenue only, and tbe beet, You are too fair, too white!? fair, Verona Friday. Miss Bertie Collier ha has been mainly engaged during tbe sum- Stanford, dropped in from Montana a few all In grass and both are alghtlr and productive. brightest and ablest famtlr weeklr In tho iTnit,l In that soft twilight, roetlflz States. Those who desire to oximlne a sample returned from an extended riit to friends mer in a&seeaiog the railroads in the State days since, looking remarkably well. Btiley Terms easy. On your high throne emblaxonodtluikllyt DR jjj, copy of the Courier-Journcan do so at thlt office. and are aware You turn an 1 in Carlisle and other points. John K. and the work is not yet completed. We Withers, under the escort of Will Carpen1 Hnstonvllle, Ky. That Lore tint at your feet. Faulker, Jr., and Sam M. Duncan hare re may be mistaken, but we hare an idea that ter, exhibited his "human face dirine" to You laugh now at UiU graceful lie turned from Loulsrille. Mr. W. II. Wher a commission of competent, clear headed the lieges last Saturday, the first fruits of a PUBLIC SALE Ilut fit to rhyme awny an idle hour; OF- big haryest of candidates. Uriah Dunn And ret one tithe of truth it hnth In dower; ritt, Miss Kate Wherritt and Mr. Victor batiness men, with former assessments beIeherith with a pain's fealty Wberritt Ieare Tuesday to attend the fore them and all needed fact, at command, has returned from the South and reports Personalty Town Lots. sweet ily Wberritt-Billenuptials at Venaillee could make a just assessment of the rail- tbe market for horses and mules dull. THE "LADY CORRESPONDENT." Wednesday. Mr. and Mr. Robt. II. Yonnf, roads in Kentucky within six darr; or what Havlnf uld mr firm r rill sell to tbe highest Louisville & Nashville E. R. A Love Letter. Dearest Amelia My bidder on of Midway, are at Dr. Huflman's. Mr. would be still better, tbe Auditor of State toftym-I'.tlij- -, A riea In Tliclr Defense ratified lore Is stronger than the smell of coffee, THURSDAY, OCT. James C. Hemphill is in Cincinnati on could dispose of the business, more satis-- THE OSKAT- 15th, 1SS5, Not Crniurh buslne. Mr. Gill Cooper, of Stanford, factorily, within the same time. What patent butter or the kick of a young cow. On the premises In I.lnrnln county, HrooUyn Ksu;le ll'or Sensations of exquisite joy go through me Bouth of McKlnney, all my personal in miles nroonrtr. Tbo "lady c rropodMit" is eomln; In for waiin the cify Sunday. other legitimate butiaers is there for tbe THROUGH TRUXK rnnftlitlntr nf like cohort of ants through an army crack- Seven brood On last Wedneiday morning Mr. Mike Commission? a good tharo of dUcuwiun by magaalnes and Mares, 4 of them extra good 1 fins board A member ol the evuiylsU Jutt now, and thn U bilng abused Rty, the proprietor of a hotel at this place, er and caper over my heart like young yeaning nur, i yearling hcrse .Y?.,u'1 eays rery fow complaints are filed. Tbe colt,2flIly colts, 1 hone colt, 2 work horses, In rather a hrelr war by people who have TO TUB- goats on a stable roof. I feel as though I extra pair aged mare mules, S mule colts, a lot nothing nhaterer to do witb the press. left his home for Crab Orchard on horse- Commivion, to put it mildly, is useless-Th- e or sows and pigs, a lot ol shoats, a rery fine could lift myself by my boot straps to the Among other ooumiaafoatious are letters back. Thursday morning his dead body yearling boar, 20 acres of corn, lot of hay and members do not earn their salary. It higbt of a church steeple, or like an old oatS. 160 builldll wh.it. farming titon.ll. I. from rUlegel society womet fall of the was discorered about one mile to the left sort of abate of the female corre- of Dripping Springs. A coronet' jury is doing nothing for the benefit of the peo- stage horse in a green pasture. As the Two houses and lots and 1 blacksmith shop In the win oe aoia on o ana n spondents, an J a few otorer repli.4 from tbe ple. It simply stands a, a threat to the mean pup hankers after sweet WITU milk, ei do months time. Personalty will be sold oa 9) dsr correspondent! thentielrei. The female cor wis impaneled and returned a rerdict that railroads. time on all sums of 110 and over. The Commission ought to be I hanker after your presence. And as the The farm of 120 acres, lately sold to my sister, Pullman Palace Sleepers. Is a necessity, or she would not bis death was the result of the exctstire respondent list, nnd tbe tirade agrtkut ker by "society ueofwbitky. This is considered by the abolished. Corington Commonwealth. goslin swimmeth in the mud puddle, so do Is for rent privately. irjt. It. CT.OYD. women' and ha H propriettjn aiaounts to P'ople here who knew Mr. P.ay well as .... This month is the time to pack butter for I swim in aseaofdelightfulnesa when you McKlnney. Ky. very Utile In tbe mind o( men who know rery unjust as it is well known that he Make good firm butter are near. My beart flops up and down what the oorretpondotita really are. Louisville rarely orer touched intoxicants in any late winter ute. I am rntbsr surprised tail so little bu fo'tn. His family physician pronounced and work the buttermilk out of it well, like a churn dasher, and my eyes stand to Nashville, been bald In defease of the female corre- his death as resulting from an appoplectlc Lincoln Circuit Court. BScniphls1 then put it in a stone jar, a few pounds at open like cellar doors in a country town; spondents, for they are paluttakmg, bard stroke, an attack nf which tbe deceased a time and press down well with a wooden and if my lore Is not reciprocated ?I will John U. Engleman A Susie E. Englemsn.bls working and honorable writers that U, as "e, Atlnuln, ceitleuian had en a former occasion experiOn njtltlnn. rfiTVin,! ivfontsoiuery. far at my own exjwrleace goe and In nine enced. His remains were brought here potato masher, being careful to leave no pice away and die like a poisoned bed bug, Notice Is hereby given to whom It may concern immeasurably above cases out of ten are lai.llc Kock, room for air to get in around the edges of and you can come and catch cold on my that tbe petitioners, J. If. Engleman and Susie E. their detractors, 1 bare wet many feminine Thursday erenlng and were taktn to BuckLngleman have this day filed their petition in the Gainsrille (Ga.) Etgle, the jtr; leave two or three inches of space grare. I may say eye Friday and interred Mobile and New Orleans. ' oorrospondonts In fact, f think cieras omce of the Lincoln Circuit Court, praying that tbe Court empower the said Susie E. Engle- c in at the top of tbe jar, then lay a thick piece that I bars met alt of any .... a.. cujuj, ..ll nua convey, un, Trying a Confidence Game. Artificial ears ate now manufactured man.. any ..!.. ten lor ner own this country at least an J I have found they of muslin close orer the butter, then put benefit property she may own or acquire, free INew York Ustter) are entitled more to sympathy than to from celluloid. They are warranted not rrotu the claims or debts of her husband; to make Only one change to points In Secretary of the Narr Whitney Is an old in fine salt enough to fill the jar full, then to freeze, and when greased contracts, sue and be sued single woman, to censure. are so slick trade in her own name andastoa dispose of her own There nro two kind. The tttnld and lady- !tew Yorker, an J therefore familiar witb tie paper closely and corer on top with a property by will or deed. like young woman who makss a tiring, and the city's characteristic. He stood in the slate or wooden corer, and keep in a dry, that they can't be pulled. Erery little boy It is hereby ordered that this notice be publlsh-e.!?,tcot rid or of the Fifth Avenue hotsl in sosial town ought to have his pockets full of no means a good one, by oolleotliig social in by JouaKAt, a newspaper Kx. published In Stanford. Ky by two weekly intalk with the Secretary of tbo Interior cool place. news, describing the costumos of parroniwi Newman sertions belore the next tegular twu of the Linthem for the teachers to box. I.nmar, nnd the topic of conversation wat a homi- General Fitzhugh Lee, democratic and writing up marriages and social coln Circuit Court. Independent. forms one kind. The other kind confidence robbery that had been perpeGiven under my hand as clerk of said Court, of Virginia, in a speech trated upon a gueit'ot tbe bouto that day. nro for Gorernor thlt 19th day ol September, 1SS3. consist of women who write clever essays Joseph Lilly, a well-t- o do farmer living Seeking homes on tbe line of thlt roal will recelvo Whitnoy maintained that while some men at Winchester, that State, the other day, J. P. BAILEY, Clk.L.CC. and bright letters ft trnroU, eta. It seems special rates. were ostonlihingly gullible, the majority near Jamesport, Mo., has been in bed for said: particularly bard that such earneit and were unreasonably cautious. d etTSee Agents of this Company for rates, routes peace eighteen years, and is still in perfect health. "I thank God that writers ut thn feminine Ac; or write "To llluttrnte my point," bo said, "lot my should come In for abuse, whllo the land. I came here to He labors under the impression that if he C. P. ATMOP.E, O. P. AT. A., College, y young friend, Joe ltaraord, bore, offer to now broods orer tbolr sltteri, the reflect! and tlroma Louisville, Ky. and not war; to carry a my gelt out of bed he will die. Chicago Inwomen," go scott free. Tbo accusa- give a f 10 bll for (1, and uot a man In this preach peace standard tho Stars and Stripes, and not the ter Ocean. KV, correspoudeuU corridor wll accupe tlw oiler." tions agnlnit tbe femalo Y THE Tho oxperim.nt was at onco made Joo bloody shirt. I thank God that the quesnooin to be, llrtt, tbat tbey oxpoci a $10 bitl d fellow, Bucklen's Arnica Salre. for describing costume, Mid, second, that was n has been forever settled with nothing In hie aspect to suggett tion of secession THE BEST SALVK In tho world for Cuts, ALEX.S.PAXTON.A.B.Pres. tbey bent thn proprietors of hotois. In the tint place, It is a society woman's roguery. Whitney handod a crisp, new $10 and that now erery star in our glorious old Bruliti, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sorei, The n text sess'on of this lnstutlon will own fault if she scatter her $10 bill among nolo to him, an 1 he sot out on hit round. iltg has a meaning. I thank God tbat no Tetter, Chappel HanJi, Chilblains, Corns and all begin on "I beg your pardon, sir," remarked Joo, funuiJo correspondents, though I do not in Eruptions, and positively cures Plies, or no or scalawag gov- Skin vefctigo of carpet-baggistho loost bollorii tbnt thirls tbo cuttam. As politely, to tho veteran Goa Dan Sickles, pay required. It guaranteed to giro perfect sat MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1888. for the hotel tnon, tbey do not dosarve n who was stumping round on a log and a ernment remain to vex tho people." (faction, or money relundcJ. Price 23 cents per The President assisted by wonl one way or nuothsr. They must bo crutch, "but will you i Jen so give me $) for At the Melbourne Exposition there wan boa. For sale by Penny A McAllster. of business men to whine tblt $10P and bo held tho note so clone to lino specimens A Corps of Efficient Instructors, made entirely of about the liillucnco of n fomalo correspond-on- t HlckloV oyot tlmt its gonulnenou ought to a complete dwelling-bousVery Remarkable Discovery. y man-ag- o bavo boon vliHilo. A Will endeavor to give careful training and thor and l.nvo not gumption onough to and furnished with the same materigrin cam.) oror tbo general's face, paper Mr. Geo, V. Willing, of Manchester, Michigan, ough Instruction to the pupils committed to bis tholr own hotels. but 'bo doigiud noroply.and contemptuously al. There were paper walls, roofs ceiling, writes: "My wife has been almost helpless for charge. Terms rcasonale. eena ror circular. turned away. Tho proffer was soberly floorings, joists and stairways. There were fire years, so helpless that she oould not turn orer Cjrm T, I'lnhl's Peculiarities. made to uino men, none boing a wltnou of paper carpets, bedding, chairs, sofas and In bed alone. She used to bottles of Electric BitTESTIMONIALS: IllrooVIrn Union. From J. J. White, Professor of Greek Thero Is an ol 1 story about Mr. Field that tbo other's refusal, and overy tlmo with the lamps. Thero were paper frying pans and ters and Ii so much Improved tbat aho Is nor able , Nobody would buy 10 with STANl-OBDKY. to do her own work." E'ectrlc Bitters will do all Washington A Lus UwvKRsrrr. bo shakes hands with n tor sen according to tame result. ) If the person occu- (1. All duclIe4 on the spur of tbo momsnt even the etoven in which bright fires were thattt claimed for them. Hundreds of testimo bis Health or position. objects of a suhidlsr's constantly burning daily, were of papier nials attest their great curative powers. Only 90 Mr. Alex. LRotok.Va., July 15. 1882. f ersduaiivl at ki. r..i.,. pies a high rank bo will giro him lsy whole that they were the WALTON, tlon in 1861. Uas been engaged in teaching since Tho endangered note came bnud, nnd If bu is n person in tbo middle attention. centt a bbttle at Penny A McA lister's. the war, and being capable and conscientious, has mnche. When the fabricator of this manfingers, per- lately back to Whitney, aud tbo group been rery successiul in his profession. station be will give him tkroo Is published every Tuesday and Friday at the sion gave a banquet the tablecloths, napExcitement in Texas. haps, nnd if a poor and humble citiatn, one laughed over tbo adventure save Sickles, tow price ot From James A. Walker, rfcently who woe calloJ In to bo teaso.1 for letting so kins, plates, cupa and saucers, tumblers flugur is enough. It is a fact that Mr. Field Great excitement has been caused In the vicinity " ui irginia.j good a bargain slip. has n great habit of shaking hands with one TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR. bottles aud even the knives and forks were ol Paris, Texas, by tbe remarkable discovery of NKiVnnnv. V. Vnn.on ia? flngor, nnd te stems to regret allowing that Mr. J. E. Corley, who was so helpless he could not It aftords me pleasure to bear testimony to the likewise made of paper. Ilithupt on Gen. lluckner's Staff. to bo ueJ for tbnking purp.ses. A thing turn lc bd or ralso his bead; every boJy said he quail flea lions and efficiency of Mr. Alex's. Pax- iuii ns n icacucr. ills uiscipilBO Is klud. but tlrm (St. bouls Itepubllcin.l tbnt bat given liltu ns much reputation as l nil A friend of Gen. Simon Bolivar Buck was djlng of consumption. A trial bottlo of Dr. OP ALL CLASSES Men. R. K Huckuor, one of the two Con. anything elso in Wall street libit Finding re to King's New Discovery was sent him. box From the Rer. J. Rice Bowniar, D. D.J s propensity. When be enters nu otflco be fodontto for Gen. Grant, bad ner's states tbat he is serenely indifferent of Dr. lief, he bought a large bottls and a Noatly and Cheaply Exooutod. HAEBlsownCRG, Va.. July 4, 1832. lang the door with might and main, and a very remarkable stall during the political promotion, If he is nominated King's New Life I'll Is, and by tho time he had I Pleasure in testifying to .Mr. Alex.S. - trhllo in gathers his strength to slam itagaln war, and Ids military family has fur- for Governor he will accept, but if he fails taken two boxes of Pills and two bottlet of the attainments, his zeal In his wbon be goes out, Tho door of one olllco nished tho klscopal church with three profession, his facility he will not worry Discovery, he was well and bad gained In lleihSO and bis conscientious In Imparting instruction regard lor the moral as well which ho frequents, as I sin told, required re- bishops Mallngher, of Kentucky, who was to get tbe nomination pounds. Trial bottles ol this Great Discovery for STANFOBD, KY. uiuviuieiieciuaiuoreiopintntut the -youth com pairing from bis banging four times within a lieutenant colonnV and atslstaut adjutant orer it. Although immured in the forests Consumption tree at Penny i. McAllster's. inlttcd to his care. W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor genoral, is now bishop of Louisiana; Elliot, of Hart county, many miles from a railway a year. Moet people bavo an Idem tbat Mr. HeldU another Kontuckian, captain and From 8. P. Ball, 8ec. Board of Trustees Bolivar Positive Cure for Piles. office teekers manage to seek Harris, of station, the SIse of Stage,?20xSO. Eljbt complete sets of Scenis bishop of Texas; n Cnou. Ho is not an axtrotnaly wealthy .cauea.r.j To the peopled thlt county we would say that ery. Seating capacity, including gallerr, SO,. MADISONVILf.l-- - Tiivh. I ic-- n ii who is a bishop of him out a and annoy him. man for a Wall streot figure. On pnpor Jay Georgia, we have been given the Agency of Dr. March let's Beasonable rates to good attractions. Addrctl Prof. Alex.S. Paxto.i Inihl In linii... m.i. Mould is north from SGJ.OOO.OOO to $75,000,-00the Mexican tllooese, wat first promotod Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed temale Aeadeniy. Ills general deportment was Bago from J'Jj.OOU.OOO to to this high dignity in tbe church. Another After a severe illnew an Englishman to cure or money refunded Internal, External, that of a refilled, Christian gentleman. In the uni llussell Mr. best proved himself ripe l 10,000,000. The about estimates put that clergyman uho came from the fame strange shared ofi his whiskers and otherwise dis- Blind, Weeding or Itching Piles. Price 50c a box. school room heerllcieut lustructora and a scholar, a thorough anJ training-schoo- l UOOO.OOO, and good is Shoup, a West Point Field's wealth at went to his doc- For sale by Penny & McAllster, Druggists. (i;j old army and went guised himcelf. He then is In ull probability tbo ox tent of It. Tho graduate, who loft tbe uvcrugo punon, no doubt, tblukt Mr. Field fouth. lie Is now a D. D., aud famed for tor and said he wat a brother of the sick Daughters, Wives and Mothers, Ol ili-- n llnta.4 l ns wealthy as Mr. Sngo, and soma think bo bis sincere and earnest piety, a bo wat lu man, who he asserted was now dead. He l l at cuts l I" We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlsl'a iftji in an I has Is almost as wealthy as Mr. Oould. The the old timet for daring and reekloii couraa death thus obtained a certificate of his own a Female Remedy, t cure Female DIs "' it unUsi.il uikIu TOJlUTSI truth is, Mr. Fluid is rather a pretentious geis only a part of beauty; l atD had his own disease registered, "drew the eases, such as Ovtrlan troubles, Inflammation and m ciUMSlrlciur. HI RNIY nROS . man, nud bit airs, perhaps, bavo croatod an I'aiu, T Mlnniliitlnu n Swooned Illril. but it is a part. Every lady idea of great wenltb. Ha U uot an operator 13 burial money from his lodge and decamped. Ulceration, Tailing and Displacement or bearing the larot ol H KM ool tjtSs Excliaiue down felling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Change ol Ilia niin rsak on Wall streot in tbo sense that Mould U at IHlriu C.t.:i ci amor..-t:- iUi- - anJ now MU-i may have it ; at least, what Ualin ' in An Amorlcan who saw a cock-figA spoonbill catfish sir feet three inches Life.Leuchorrhcea, besides many wcakneistetprlng-to- g '(thooMJv.m. nil. Mould Is a 'calpor of tho mat ket that k Clnclnoatl.nHB cloci A. L, SMITH. Magnolia from the above, like Headache, Bloating, Spilooks like it. is, ho Mill puih stocks up or down, as tbo Mexico write: "Tbe bird that had swooned was In Itngth, and weighing 140 pounds, llraifjcd. r SoMbjr Ilrusliu. nal Weakness, Sleeplcrsness, Nervout Debility, case may bo, to Rot two or tbreo point uat bathed with cold ftater, its throat of seiners near CincinnaBalm both freshens' ,1in'd by a party I.Ut Oil. Palpitation of the Ileart, Ac. For eale by Drug-gltt- t. profit. Field always coos in for long deals molstonod by a wot foatbor, a cloth bold caught be Prices $1 and 81 Super bottle. Send to Dr. liko tho Manhattan. Ho may go shirt of over it to koep off tho sun, aud pieces of ti, the other morning. It is claimed to beautifies. flln at 0o.P. stock and work months and months te bam-mo- r smoking wood put under Ita nostrils and ovor the largest and benviust fith erer caught in J B. Marchlsl, Utloa, N. Y for pamphlet, free, Tllll DADCD mar ho found onNewsrr I fill) rnrCn Kmwll I'oa Thus stimulated, it returned tbo Bureau iiUMinioott..Hiirtnuvrnllna; it down with tbe Intention of buying at Its comb. r tale by Pcnn? A McAllster, Drugjlitt. 0 ihe Otto Rirer. contracts way bo niuJo for It IN NEW YOUK. Bant" tho bottom for n lonz reaction, Fresh Hater on Ships. Voyagetin ships fitted with distilling HUST0NVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. T.D.AEHLAXD ...nl DENTIST. I'EIl LZ'f '"' ' 'V?,?! tub-Jec- iii..i' ?a '7,1 .'... DesirableResidence wood-hous- e, o W-l- J well-kno- home-mad- 2t deep-bidde- n 2 Grand Combination Weekly lUlf-yearnln- ra-rlet- Courier-Journa- j, j, al 61-- lady-iorrlc- o y and L.&N. LINE ' 2- blt-Ur- .ijuuiui, SOUTH & WEST cons-sfjuen- j- -.- he Ti-aiOR Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS ontor-talnmen- 33-- 2t corro-s(ondon- ts white-winge- "lit-orar- Stanford Female STANFonD, SEMI-WEEKL- good-lookin- 1 e half-angr- Interior Journal W. P. Pro'r. Lleut.-Gove- r- .rtu-t.- door-bang-In- g pill-bearer- .it OPERA HOUSE. a-- 0, t JrCw'. ,tfll A Clear Skin KaSaf ei-- rs D 1 i Stmc-WeeklBlnteforla- Stanford, Ky Halbtead8 personal statement is a pretty weak invention and his effort to hold McLean responsible for the utterances of his piper years before he had anything October 8, 1885 to do with it. mast fall very flat. Halstead is an egotistic a. Will 8. Hatb has at last attained the height of a glorious ambltiou. He has enfor thre years to be an end man in iTiaetrangebjt nevertheless true that gaged Haverlev'a Minstrels, at $200 a week; so it Un m. mtn nella hii birthright for a mC6B Is given out Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flow- -, Wooden,. and ing Else." of potage, or rather a little temporary gov OANHLLE. BOTLE COUNTY. Cait I'trapi, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin RoofThe Anderson JYetM has been sold by ernment position, he feels it his bounden Workmen are engaged in painting and ing and Oattering will have prompt attention. every dlf ty Mr. J. T. Boswell to a stock company which "PKoerEcr Point," Landoub, N. India, duty to champion the causo of penciling the exterior of the Boyle NationAug. 221, 1885. expense of the truth. will continue Mr. F. R. Feland as editor. renegade, even at the al Bank building Taking as hit text the biseless charge that Mr. Boswell goes Into the Revenue service. continued from last issoe. The young folks working association I am so glad the LORD gave me grace, we had commended Dr. Temple'a attack on of the Baptist church met at Mrs, M. B, HO TES OF CURRENT EVENTS. at the time, to tear the beastly tract up inTIIE NEW GItOOEKY AND IIAICDWAKE HOUSE OF John S. Wise tor hie denunciation of the evening. The special delivery letters will not be stead of wading through its filth to the McAlister's residence Saturday people, and ridiculed the latter Danville an alThe trial of Wesley Farley for end. By to doing, when strongly tempted because he did not fight, the editor of the delivered on Sundays. rain has proved by the devil to finish reading it, I find that leged breech of the peace occupied the PoA heavy seven-da- y allusion to Somerset RtpubUean makes an lice Court all this morning and had not the LORD is lovingly keeping memory, so us which is as false as it is ungentlemanly. very disastrous to the cotton crop. ben concluded when this report closed. A boiler explosion at Pittsburg scald that it does not recur, at all, to the pollutIn rgrd to the Wife matter we merely The directors of the Boyle county Fair only ed 17 persons beyond hope of recovery. ing things that did meet my eye before tak stated the facts in the cBe, adding Association met last week and declared a From Washington there comes predic ing timely warning. that he did not make his usml attack on divided of 6 per cent, and carried a hand- Would kt.dly ask yourattettlon to thefact that they hare Just returned Iroia tht cities with a lain "To the pure all things are pure;" does people after the affair. The tions that Fitzhugh Le's msjonty will the Dinvllle inh and well selected stock of CHOU E some balance to the improvement fund. some dear l'aausee quote, wno went question of our personal bravery is one reach 20.000. The Lexington convocation of the ti F. Haussaurek, editor of the leading through it. Well, brother, sister, maybe navr HinriiM. in fact we make no Episcopal church will meet at Trii ily claim to any, but while we never provoke a German paper in Cincinnati, died in Paris, you are of a type that can handle pitch and church, this place, on the 19.h lost. I'm. In rnJItss Tarlety, dainty In quality anJaatlsfactory In prim; this we gusMtitt. Our aim shall b' not be defiled. Personally, I don't bslieye row if possible to prevent it, no man can France, Saturday. of interest will be git CD at all times to supply entry want Io our Hue. reof South it. Bat if you think so, I cm only hope it ther particulars Franklin Moses, ex Governor truthfully say that we ever shirked the hereafter. sponsibility of one, If nothing else would Carolina, was sentenced to three years in is so. The Danville Steam Laundry for e 016 Let me add another thin that I don't do our antagonist. We have no idea to the penitentiary at Boston. time past in charge of Wm. II. Hicks, Jr.j Consists of the Standard HrsnJiot Europe anj America. Our large line of Cooking Glairs Includes Mattie Anderson, a beautiful Jessa- like, and must sound a note of alarm Iteserve" and many other Our whom he refers and do not believe he has wound up business on Saturday. Mr thejustly celebrated "O real Western of Table, Tea and Ctiatnlter family IsTorltn.OlaMwareChina, Olaa and Queenswsre stock consists In part Ola complete, richly cut such a mine county girl, aged 16, eloped with a about, albeit it still touches ths gooi Geneither, but if he actually thinks Hicks who is a very worthy young man will andrtched. In the way of Ureadstuds venanielluckwbeat Flour, tbf quwn ol all tribes. Our calieral Booth and hU workers, which I am occurred and believes that it black negro to Cincinnati, to be married. circumstance probably go Into the same business in Lex- brated Patent O, M." Flour, urltallcd for cake and paitry, whIU lite and Hominy, our own patriMayor Reed has sold 4,000 shares of loth to do, in the way ol unfriendly striccan be repeated with impunity, he has only otic product, arrayed as faithful adjuncts. All the delicacies In Foralgu and Domestic Contortions ington. are here. Tin, Stone, Wooden nnd Wlllowware, Electric I J rape, CanneJ Meats and Fruits to'expose the most prominent portion of L. & N. railroad stock belonging to Louis- ture. It costs me real pln to pen a word John L, Spears' colt O'Falloo is to run and a complete line of Cigars and Tobacco. Well, this Is only a Stationery.what bint of wt hare. B1Ut1pi his anatomy in our reach to see how quick- ville, for 45, through New York brokers. against them. But the General in the mas at Latonia ay of $300. The that we can make it to your Interest, we confidently ask an examination of our goods and your patronfor a purse n meeting in Exeter Hall, in a speech of the Mr. W. W. Anderson, of the of our boot will come In contact ,) ly the toe other horses entered for this race are Por- age. Jtcsptlully, TAii.OIl MtOTIIKItH. Sou, is recommended by the most Inflammatory character, distinctly set ter Ash, Allapa, Belle of Louisville, Faith with it, though we should disliko to hurt Indian the poor against the rich, and the subject Commissioner for an important the "amooein' little cuss." Trance, EnJover, Hallie S., against the ruler. Now it will not do, in Thompson, agency. Adrian, John Coulter, Moonshine, Sir A few years ago Ambler Smith, a rip is only done to The great charge of 275,000 pounds of justification, to say it Joseph. Porter Ash and O'Fallon are re roaring republican, was elected to Congress dynamite with which it is proposed to dejustice for the oppressed. This kind the Richmond, Va district. John molish Flood Rock, In Hell Gate, will be of appeal will soon lead to riots and blood garded here as the contending horses. from One of the exploits of the late grand "Wise was then a dyed in the wool demoshed. It means, in its simple leadings and discharced at 9.30 A. M. October 7. jury was the indictment of Stephen Cowan meanest of republicrat. Now he is the The bookerage and banking firms of application revolution and the commune. two old colored peo cans, a proselyte, and Smith has forsaken Wm. Heath & Ca. and Henry M. Smith, of Well do I know these good, christian peo- and Jane DK1LXSS IM- the g. o. p. and joined the democrats. The Wall street, New York, collapsed Friday ple would shrink with horror from the pie of G5 years, for Iiticr together without of a marriage ceremeny. It Drugs, Books, Stationery and (two worthies met on a railroad train thought. But their teachings at that Exe- the formality with liabilities aggregating $4,000,000. is true that the relation had existed beday and the latter having given ranuy Alliums. the other At Portage Gorge. N. i'., J.E. Delion, ter Hall gathering fly straight thitherthe former "the lie" the former very of Springfield, Ohio, walked a tight rope ward, as an arrow to the mark; and they tween Stephen and Jane so long that tbey i' themselres had forgotten when it bean Thyslclans' pmcrlpllons accurately compound). promptly knocked the latter down. Smith : one inch in diameter, stretched across the are all the more dangerous, and to be reproererybody else. In the kingwanted to wipe the insult out with bloed bated, because, for once, io the heat of se and so had falls, two hundred and fifty feet below. dom of Scottland they would ha?e been rebut Wise has rtn juncjd ths code sni he can John Robleon's forward circus train curing a good end, those wortny saints alonly seek revenge in denouncing him as broke in two on the Northern Pacific R. R. low themselves to sink to the low level of garded u man and wife as they would in of this glorious Ameri- The Larpeit Stock of W&tchea, Clocks, a poltroon and a coward. Those Virginia and colliding with the rear, killed five radicalism, in order to secure many of the States Jewelry and Silverware. set. can Union. But here they were Indicted politicians are a queer it. When religion calls in such allies men an horribly mangled many others. and Stephen badlr frightened hunted up Ever bought to this market Prices Lower than The United States has only thirty-nin- e "wo worth the day." When Nelhe Grant 8artoris was sumtb Lowest. Watches. Clocks and Jswtlry The "Salvation Army" got up a petition an attorney and asked him what he must on sboit nolle and Warranted. ships in its navy, but it has 160 docmoned from across the deep to attend the attornay adrised the do to be saved. The bedside of her dying father, it was a subject tors, 120 paymasters and 242 engineers. to Parliament the like of which never purchase of a marriage licene3(price $1.50 of wonder why her Eiglieh husband did There are also 7 rear admirals and forty-fiv- e before astounded that august body and as cash in advance) and the employment of there is a ludicrous side to everything, percaptains. notaccamDanv her. It Is now stated that Pi.idp Virhnlu ait n .iiwuhi nf ?' R The trade in pattnt medicines, the haps some of your readers will feel relieved they do not live happily together. In of the sombre cast my letter has taken, by more. After Gviar bad joined the young fact so brutal is his treatment of her that Boston Glebe states, amounts to about loTers in the entanglements of matrimony she would have 'separated from him long per annum, and of this $10,000,-00- 0 smiling at the following, which is clipped the attorney submitted '.he case to his Honago, but from her inability to obtain possesa year is spent in advertising. There from the Morning Fust: or, Judge Owsley and Commonwealth's young girls. tiie protection or sion of her thrcs children. The marriage are 5,000 kinds in the market. AND- Previous to the entrance of the Speaker Attorney Warren, who thought the majeswas the regret of Gen. Grant's life and gave The wife of a New Jersey editor and ty of the law had been vindicated sufficienthim mora real trouble than anything else. one of his printers were found lying to- the 8alvation Army petition had been roll! prosecution was dismissed. A suit for divorce from the brutal creiture gether, dead, in Central Park, New York. ed into the House and left in front of the ly, so the charge of Mr. L. C. Alcorn has taken A Full mill complete riRxortment of Furniture, cmorncliiR is contemplated by Mrs. Sutoria. Thev loved a hopeless love and decided by table, where it overtopped the mart. Mr. J. Stuart now rose to present it. He the telegraph office. Mr. Thomas Andrews, crytlilnp; from Uio Cheapest! to tlio Fluent ache by suicide. lot to end their heart Hiillc. Re Orms-l- y Items like this from the Owensboro Ma need to go Io the larRO cHIcm to intake your stated that it was signed by 393,000 mem. of Memphis, is in town. Mrs. A. L. Another member of the no matter appearing all over the State: stngtr are and children, of Emmettsburg, Iowa, what quantity or quality you want, n Commission, Dr. Gregory, has passed in his bers and friends of the Salvation Army can anil will duplicate 'There is a good deal of talk of Judge resignation to the President. It is said and was in favor of raising the age for the are visiting Capt. A. S. McOrorty, Mrs, liny prlcen you can obtain clNowlicrc, freight beltu; added. AIm Durham for Governor. We do not believe Mr. O. D. Masonhelmer a Hill aHHorlinent of CoflliiH, Cjimcm, that Thomsn will follow suit, and then protection of young girls to IS years, and Ormsly's father. Shrondn and ICoIkn, ciubrsc. to leave his present Judge Darham cares and Columbia this lug all tho Now StylcH, both cheap and expensive. Ware, Mr. Cleveland will organize the BoarJ on of giving magistrates the power of Issuing went to Campbellsville in Washington, where he has made bus i oppoMto Nt. Attaph position Hotel. Nlanford. Ky. orders for the searching of any house where morning and will probably go Into a practical bieis. Mr Tom of the two place'. more reputation than any other officer conAlexander is injiil at Paris, Tex- there was reason to believe that girls under ness at one John is in town. nected with the administration, and return for a murder committed age had been detained for immoral purpos- Durham, of Diyton, Oaio. engage in a doubtful con- as, to answer to Kentucky to who es and against their will. He moved that Messrs. S.G. and B 0. Boyle, Wm. Briggs, thirty-tw- o years ago. His father, test. He is just the kind of man needed in was sent to the petition, the signatures to which he R. M. Durham and Wm. Fible are who was the principal in the crime, at Frankfort just now, however one Louisville to see a base ball game that is prison for life for the offense five years ago, said were collected In 17 days, should be would kill the little ring about the capital, Messrs. W. II. to take place thereto-day- . read by the clerk at the table. and died there. and inaugurate some long needed reforms. of the petition having been Armstrong and A. W. Barker went to LouMary J. The prayer At the sale of the late Mrs. Hartnet, the Cincinnati Gend who carv- Morgan's splendid collection of orchids at read by the clerk the immense mass of pa- isville today to serve as jurors in the Osrsley and ed his weakly wife to death, was permitted New York, one plant brought $750 and per was rolled out of the house by four United States court. Judge Commonwealth's Attorney Warren passed evening before his quite a number sold at from $200 to $300 messengers, to view the sunset the execution last week. He looked long and each. As a general thing common plants I can fancy the British Hou'e of Com- through town Sunday evening on their nay to Somerset, where circuit court begits silently upon a scene never more to be sold low and rare varieties high. mons watching this operation. to day. Dr. Letcher, the new dentist, has By the last mail came a loving letter viewed by him on earth, when finally he The case of Fowler, sentenced to be broke the stillness by remarking "When hung for the murder of Mls Birnett in and remittance of $50 the second within a fitted handsome rooms in Judge Sumrall's that goes down again I will be flying about Union county, will be appealed, owing to year of the same amount from our dear building on Main street, over Field's dry among the little angels." As his head was one of the jurors having expressed an friends Col. W. G. Welch aud wife. I goods store. Mr. A. P. Wilson, of his jerked ofl by the rope when the drop was opinion. There is always something to hope they will forgive me for thus publicly place, hag built a new residence on his acknowledging the love gift, but I feel that farm in Garrard county. Prof. Nelson, of sprung, he will create consternation among prevent a speedy execution of justice. little angels" who will hardly know Joseph H. Dodson, the most important others ought to know of their unsolicited the mathematical department of Centre "the witness against the young lawyer Cluverius, kindness much as they may, perronally, College, who has been sick for several what to think of a headless cherub. be hung at Richmond, Va,, shrink from the publicity of the notice. weeks, again took charge of his class this The average advertising agent is a tbiif. sentenced to of Fannie L. Madison, died God bless them, ever, forlbis gentle re morning. Father A. J. Brady, of the Cathfor the murder who makes his money by swindling news Should Cluverius get a new membrance of the exiles from the Blue-gra- olic church, has returded from a sojsurn paper proprietors. We have never had a Thursday. And He will bless them for doing of several weeks in northern Michigan, for acquittal are gool. great deal of experience with them, but trial, his chances smooth-face- d years old what, I am sure. He put it in their heir's to where he went to seek relief from hay boy, eighteen A what we have has convinced us that a defeyer. Nothing but frosty weather seems as do. should ignore them altogether. is enjoying the revenue of his enterprise cent piper This generous act of otr good friends, to cure this singular disease. Mrs. Harding, a stage robber in Texas. He operates alone Consequently we have reaalved to have no gives occasion, right here, for a remark up widow of the late Aaron Harding, Is in recently robbed the mall bags on more dealings with tb em whatever, except and quite that I feel I ought to town did not disturb on money matters, at regular rates, spot cash. If every paper a coach near Abilene, but make. IN MEMORIAM. who, likewise, carefully in the State would do likewise and live up the six passengers, While on the one hand, trusting the refrained from disturbing him. On the 2S:h of September the angel of toil, we should soon be rid of these leeches, only for support, and fully believNearGreensburg Jas. H. Marcum was LORD besides get fully as much work at remunering that He will never allow us to be re death entered the household of Mr. and Joseph B. murdered by his father ative figures duced to such straite that we will yield to Mrs. J. C. Bryan and claimed for its vicCochrane, an old man supposed to be temptation to appeal for aid to even tim their youngest child, John L. Bryan, TH03E excellent Otrensboro papers, the Cochrane slipped into Marcum'a the are experiencing friends, yet there is another side of njed 22 years and 7 months disease P. r Mmenger and the Inguirer, bed room before the latter awoke, and personal the matter to be guarded against since the itonitis, for several days an intense suffera well deeevred boom. They have each en- crushed his skull with an ax. When devil would like,nothing better than to de- er, yet, bore his suffering with great forti larged to nine columns to the pige and he claimed that he had been bidly their advertising patronage is so great that treated at his son inlaw' house, and could ceive these friends as to our real position tude. We have known the dear boy from "We are not ignorant of his devices," and infancy, he having received his early traineven now it encroaches on their reading stand it no longer. and by his gentle so, let me say, once for all, that willing of. ing in our school-roomatter, notwithstanding they issue three times a week. No better evidence of the Io Sil inland M. Weber experimented ferings for the LORD'S work, are always demeanor won a place in our heart that growth and prosperity of Owenibjro could upon two moles. In nine days they had needed and always welcome. I am sure I time never severed, and though permitted to live but a short while thoso with whom be adduced than is so abmdintly reflected eaten 341 white worms, 103 earth worms, shall nsver want a cent for any other purin her newspapers. 25 caterpillars and a mouse, both bones and pose than to promote His glory for whose he associated and knew him best loved him service, alone, I live. If there are there- most. An obedient son and aflectionate The Mugwumps in New York are so skin of which thev swallowed. When he fore, any who have conSJence in us, as do- brother, always ready and willing to conanxious to get back into the republican restricted them to a vegetable diet they ing the dear LORD'S work, and wish to tribute to the happiness of those by whom fold that they are nearly breiking their died of hunger. help, be sure vourlwilling offerings will al- - surrounded and especially his kind mother necks jumping over the democratic fence. IN MEMORY OF ROSA LEVI ways be in place, whether a dime or a thou- whose heart ever followed him with a The Mugwump, like the mule, is never Died September 26, 16S5. sand dollars. Withjue a present want Is mother's love which Heaven alone csn Philahappy except wh n be is kicking Bfiutlfjl aleep'r, the daylight ii breakln i, always more money. We could do so fathom. delphia Call. And the light of eternal day has come; No more will we see his pleasant countemuch good with it if w only had it. We There are over 18,000 more women than The angels watch over thy happy awaklcg are so hamperediin our work by its lack. nance or heir his gentle voice, but we can And welcome thee to their eternal home. men in Boston, and it is evident that the Dovousiy, "Why does Gol not supply hope to mret him among those who have crop ol old maids will be large unless they And while we itlll tslia the) and mourn thee, de- - your every need?" Ah, dear friend, hare washed their robea and made them white . r But we .. --x parted, sjj ( go west and join the Mormons. you forgotten that there is a devil to hin- as the blood of the Lamb. We know thou hast flown to a Mormon would hanker Then why should we weep the realms aboie.a der, as well as a God to help? I can tell doubt if even Loving parents, brother and sister, Qod or be broken thus; after a wife from Boston. htarted, you of a thousand loving "helps" from our hath taken Johnnie from the home circle When God baa rece'red thee In nil home of lore? TazSxmday Argus has been purchased by dear God. And I think I(could also tell of for purposes known only to Himtelf, therelaw, Mr. James There terapMc hosts are exultantly tinging, Has he fore murmur not, remember that He doeth for his san-imacy "hlnderar.ces" from eatan. Judge Hoke Became thcu has entered those magical lands, B, Camp. The paper fcai not been a payever withheld you jfrom doing a generous all things well. And Ilea'en's high dome with sweet music 1 ring The Lord giveth, the Lord hath taken thing, when perhaps theJLORD whispered ing Institution recently, nor hai it main-talns- d ing, in his usual "still email voice" 'Send away, blessed be the name of the Lord. its firm' r reputation for, sprlghtli-net- s. AwaktoeJ by the playicg of celestial bands. A FniKND. I. B. tjelp to the workers across the sea." I feel W. P. WALTON. sure other voices.have drowned this gentle call of God, to some whose eyes will read these lines. Well, dear friend, that it why Denounce- - the Fall Kail Gazette and the dear LORD is sometimes baffled in the Salvation Army for Their giving ua aid. He has to go to many, Outrage on Decency. before He finds one responsive heart that will act upon his tender call. Do you Call It Begging on the Sly, if Ton Will, call this begging on the sly7 Well, call it but Respond. what you like, it is a simple fact I am writing. Ever in Jesus, Geo 0. Barnes. "Praise the Lord. God is Love and Noth- GEO. O. BARNES. W. H. HIGGINS DEALER IN -w Hardware, Groceries, Naddleo, Herao Shoe, Qnecnaware, Baggy Wklp, IreH, Nails, Buggy Wheels, Stoves, Case Mills, Ilaraess, Grates, Speltes, Older Mills, Lap Covers, Blias, Cora Skelters, Cellars, Stoneware, TAYLOR BROS. 3LTJ&'JC01SrT7'IJLMJLJJES, VJ FAMILY GROCERIES OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY to-d- Ellzi-bethtow- & M' A I isi or FBHf -- PHARMACISTS, u"cvi Mr JEWELERS- rJ?) WM jjMjjSm Parlor purcloue, 7 $22,-000,0- m. Jar UNDERTAKER, ealei- in Fiii'iiitni'e I ct Civil-Servic- e roew PLEASE DON'T FORGET ss. - That we carry the Largest Stock of Groceries, Hardware and Queensware in the city; That we are Millers' Agents and wholesale depot for Flour and Meal; That our stock of Pleasure Vehicles, including everything from a Hoard Cart to a Barouche, is always complete, in-la- weak-minde- d. ed And that we Guarantee Lowest Prices, style and finish n considered. Also, that we still handle the celebrated Wagons, "Old Hickory" and Mitchell. Big line of Farming Implements; Grain Drills, Turning Plows, both riding and walking, And all of which we guarantee at Lowest prices. BRIGHT CURRANT. 3. IHSTTZEIRIOIR, a"OXJK,lSr-Ij' i SUPPLESMElvrT. BOOTS AND SHOES 5 3 BUY"BUELL'S 1837" OF'Pionvc BRUCE & M'MBERTS, STANFORD, KY., As an evidence of the peculiar value of these Boots and Shoes, we deem the reports of only a few of our customers through the State as sufficient. They refer you to the following parties who have bought them and know their merits. These lists being taken from memory, of course many names are omitted: Alton Clemens, Geo. Lewis, Montie Fox, Fred Burdett, G A. Lewis, V. Clemens, R. G. Roberteon, C. S. Robertson, T. Kemper, D P. Burdett, James Lyons, Wra. Lyona, Eli H. Dean. Jatnea Chinn, Aus. Rice, John Lyons, John Miller, W. J. Dean & Son Hill ohnson, N". A, H. & M. Miller, W. & J. Miller, C. Carrico, W. C. Moorman, Jesse Moorman, V. L. Gorden,r Geo. Adams, Sam'l Sheriff, G trgt Miller, J. G. Wallace, James Miller, II. McGinnis, Tip Bruce, J. A. Moorman. H. J, Moorman, P. McGregor, Levi Hubble, G. T. McRobcrts D. C. Moorman, John A. Moorman, Mrs. Ifettie Miller, Dr.W. C. Johnson Jack Johnson, John Spoonarnoro, Roht. Norton, J. G. Klliott, Toncy Hrown, N. M. Holeman, R. 12. Harrow, V. T. B.Whitc Sam Davidson, Asa Noblett, C. Terhune, Sim Cook; J. D Noblett, II. C. White, Charbomcan J. L. Owen, D.J. F. Dumpsey, Nelson Taylor, T. I). Ncwland, Isaac Phillips, W. L. Wheatly, John C. Wheatly, Jesse Owen, Sam Johnson, Gei Neff, John Huffman, Win, Alexander, J. Robt. Conrad, y. K. Ruby, Hen Myers, Saniford Irwin, John S. Murphy, J. H. Rossen, Win. Dcmarec, Clark Owen, Richard May, McKee, John Owen, Thos. I. Geo. W. Burton, Sisk. V. D. Albright, Craig Lynn, W. Pyles, Crit Burton, Francis Ace Daly, Columbus Eskridge, J W. Huflman, Jr, John Pyles, W. L. Whaley, J. M. Sipplc, Ge W. Pyles, Wash Peyton, Riley Loyd, Wm. HuichiDgB, Col. R B. Rice, Jas. Duddcrar, Smith Haughman, Jas. Stand, Alf.jClark, Vet. George, M. Clark, Alf liobards. Robt. Snow, Henry White, J. T. Robards, II. C. Hright, Kid. Jos. Ballou, G. K. Kvans, S.J. Baker & Son, BOYLE COUNTY, John W. Gaugh, Wm. Corlr, Thos.jRhodcs, Sr., Sam Stone, John Rhodes, Sam Maguire, Don Clark, K. Bruce, Dr. Hugh Rcid, J. -S-OLD B- VT. R. Kendall, Wm. Points, Am a C irlejr, 8am Flo ir era, Win. Shears, G. A. Swineboard, Lounie Rhodes, Thos. Rhodes, Jr., A. A. Warren, Jno. W. Wallace, John Ruhal, 'Squire Robinson JckOilT, Ephraim Hutfield. R S Skillman, J. E. Skillman, E P.Faulkner. Frank McGinnia, Kd. Carter, K.J. Curran, Joseph Hatfield, Jasper Olds, Alfred Hickens, Dud Hatfield, Jim. Faulkner, Ribc Smith. Alvin Skillman, Silas Sandidue. Raoson lit field, Satn'l Cowan, Geo. Logan, James Hatfield, Gus Hracht, Morgan Hickens, ohn Tcwmcy, A. Bowcn, Lonnie Smith, Cha. Smith, Heary King, P A. Mickwell, E.J. & D. Osler, John Curable, C. K. Martin, Dr.J.G. Carpenter W. H.Childers, John Henson, Tom Gentry, Mike Sherron, Matbias Shre waberry Jamen Pnereon, Richard Gentry, Jnhu Harmon, Jas., Lit) ton, James Vrigbt, Andy Cowan, John Hosley, Kldred Conrad, T.O. H. Northcutt Henry Gentry, Reuben Gentry, Robt. P.tternon, Jaa. P. Tucker, Joa. Tucker, Ed. McCarty, Albert Adams, John.Corler, A. R.Penny, Judge J. M.Philips N. R. Colvin, Jmen GoflT, Dr. S. D. Poorc, Bud Murphy, .A. Payne, Rev. J G Bruce, ifartlett Tucker, Isaac Tucker, Chas. Rice, Spears, ohn Peter Carter, W. K. Varnon, C. W. Moorman, Jke L. Miller, Viue Turpin, II. C. Hall, Rich'd Hrumback H. T. Craig, G. N Jean. Pattie Traff, Ribt. Mullius, H. JForthington, James Kidman, P 8. Miller, W. K. McClary, John Bright, Sr., T. S. Porter, Jaa. B. Taber, Mtlna Tate, C. C. Nesbitt, Pleaa Tucker, os. McDowell, Chas. McDowell, Wm. White, Cnarlex Mtjr, Silu Lillard, John Duddcrar, Willie II. Walton, J. T. Clements, J. C. H. Conrad, John Woods, Thos. Taber, W. K. Withers, Davis Irvine, Wm. Betven, Elias Montgomery, Andrew Pope, R L. Newson, Tom Stone. Chas. Crow, Thot. Withers, Jas. M Withers, S. H. Hundley, Spencer Hubble, W. Kchlcr, J. N. Kchlcr, F.N Da Huy, FrHiik Huflman, J 8. Wilkerson, ,G. Robt. Pulliam, G. G. Helm, R D. Win, Milmn West, Rev. J. M. Hruce, J. R. Lemon. James W. Wright, Levi Hubble, C. E Sutton, John Crowder, Abo Smith, Jaa. Culton, Dr. J. R Holt, Lin McGorrick, Master Peyton. J. A. Harris, Pat O'Rilay, Mike O'Donehue, Tim Englemau, S O Baughmau, C. I Pitman, Wm. Tucker, John McOorrick, Randall McGorrick, Wm. Miller, Jell Dunn, John tilaton, Ben Duun, Zan Duddcrar, John Allen, Tom Robinson, Ambro Bottom, 0ctr McOorrick, T. E. McGorricic, MARION COUNTY, Ben Bright, Judge Mercer Virgil Rice, Win. Carpenter, Reuben Williams G. D. Mahan, Ab. Hughes, J. D. Rtho, John Duke, HV OLD Harvey Pope, Reuben Price, D. Perkins, W. S Purdoni, D. H. Holtzclaw, Thou Prtle, John Rout, W. L. Pate, CLOVE RPORT, H. W. French, Rev J C Randolph John Divnin, Isaac Long, Geo. Penny, P. H. Carter, J. V. Hicks, & Co. Richard Hicks, OLD BY Richard Niwman, Joe Hicks, B F. Reeder, Pat Roony, IC. C. Walton, S. E. Owsley, Jaa Lcnrell. A. I'. Kvans, Albert Nman, Dennis Roonr, W. C. Martin. John Yeager, Hop Meyer, J. D. Tillett, Thos. House, Huff Duddcrar, H.J. Lancaster. Dan Hughes, John R'on7, Pat Dunn, Chas. Poiiidexter, Smith Baker, Wm. Stout, C H. Talbott, Dan Stagg, Jr. R. H. Woods, S. II. Girtin, I. M. Gray, El Ho ran Roof, Silas Case, Wm. McKiuney, A. G. Raney, J . C Johnson, Pres. Polk, IFaldo Simmons, John Mnore, Tnos. Sweeney, Sr , Richard Orr, K. D. Kelly, W. P. Walton, Harney Simpson, W. F. Davis. John B. Mooro, Wm. Cliflird, A. J Burk, II 'in Polk, Thos. 8weeney, Jr., Conrad Simmons, A. K. Denny, Richard Cobb, K. L. Webb, Elijah Kwing, Mike Tunej.Sr, Dan Vaiaer, ChaB. Finoee, C Yeiser, John F. M, Polk, Jfirara Simmons, R.T. Mattingly.W. J. Daugherty, J. P. Fidler, M. L. Drye, Mike Tnnr, Jr., Thon. Shoars, Sim Slaughter, J W. Weatherford, Alf Polk, W.W. Weatherford, Jr HARDINSBURG. Wm.Daugherty, Dr. M. L. Bourne Geo. Graham, Jno. A. Mattingly Sim D Moore, Martin Murrsjr, D. 8. Duncan, Geo. Duueghy, Soitt Avery, Graham Polk, -b- OLD BY Henry D inctn, Perry Mills, P V. Duncan, Dr. J. H. Kvans, N I. Buster, J. W. Hastin, I. M. Klenner, A. II Rice, Thos. IPeatherholt, Every Polk, Frank Pnyne, William Payne, C. F. Brady, Jno. Kerguson, George Dunn, Wm. Mills, Robt. McGiunis, A B. Hutchincs. Riley Polk, Edwin Polk, Stanley Prnona, Mark Wedding, K. H. Bowman, MikcKlkin, W. H. Higgins, Tom Mills, A. T. Hutchitiga, James Yeuger, George V. Siort, Teh" Groves, James Mattingly, R bert Tobin, A. K. Denny, WalkerMcKinney C. F. Putman, Jas. M. Miller, L. T. Yeager, T. F. SiiUerfield, Kimberlin, Bud Ieom, Z. Allen Allen, Jas. Elbert, Ribt. Butt, John Allen. JnmeH Iom, Hoss Dillion, Dan Isorn, Jas. K. Millei, C. W. Cowherd, Caleb Tucker, Robt. Ferguson, J. S. Owens, V. G Babbage, W. K Barnes, J. D. Cockrell, C. C. Whitehead, W.8 Allen, Sr., B Burton, John Meyer, II. J. Darst, J. C. Fox, W. K. McKinncy, Peter Abcll, Henry Abell, John Butler, Coleu Harris, Scott Drinkwater, Frauk Butler, W. 8. Allen, Jr., Lode Thompson, Taylor Abcll, John Q. Mussen, Joe Tarkington, Wm. Tarkington, Jno. S. Owsley, J. A. Carpenter, Foster Butler, Thoa. Buder, Jiiliu Harris; Frank Drinkwater, JeMe Sinitns, Henry Page, Wm. Stigall, J. Wealey Durham, James Butler, Adam Pence, Judge Milton Biard Ge). Winchel, Jess Drinkwater, J. M. Shreve, S. G. McKlroy, Wm Simms, J. C. Klorcnce, Smith Page, U. B Bmrd, Hi ram Harris, Nat. Harris, Al Bruoer, G. K. Wallace, Matt. Hutchinson, Jas. Condor, Mra. Jane Pae, Frank Anderson, J.S Van Winkle, Stanley Caldwell, Julius Hardin, H. G. Owens, W. L. Caldwell, Jr John Brown, John Hardin, David Jonea, David H Bruce, Frank Adams, Crawford Brown, D. C. May, Gabe Walters, Robt. G. Hail, Robt. O' Bryan, James W Blair, Elijah Harlan, W.I. Smith, G W. Beard, Millard Brown, Martin Frank, Clayton Bard, F. G. Phillips, Theo. Spalding, Jr Geo. Harmon, H. Hallou, Addie King, Sell Pierce, Lie Pate, Sam Uox, J. L Harlan, James Beard, A. J Frank, Kirk Weatherholt, Burbridge, J. 0 H. J. Molohon, Nick Ray, Jesse Walters, J. II. Hright, Lnn Tte, Dick Pate, Sam'l Boyle, A. E Logan, Henry Chas. Weatherholt, Wm. Beatd, Arod Leaf, N. II. Putman, D. C. Putman, Chas. Dunn, Henry Pate Wm. Smith, Hugh Logan, W. R. Moct, Sam'l Webb, Dr. J T. Baker, John Critcheloe, Geo. Weatherholt, Alex. Leaf, Lou Sahiie, Jamea E Chapins, H. N Isaacs, Sam Kmbry, Robt. Crcgor, Jas. M. Wray, W. B. Moore, Sam Moore, G. W Carman, Ezra Car in an, Millard Leaf, A. J. Leaf, Waldo Smart, John Saf.lie, I Icnry Walters. Dr. Wilson Purdy, J. S. Traylor, P. S. Purdy, D. S Maxwell, W A. Caldwell, Wm, Sahhe, Frank Smart, Elijah Carman, Chas. Carman, Thos. Lepf, John Ambers, Lee Stone, Nick Phillips, S. M. Bottom, Allen Traylor, Caleb Tucker, T. F Durham, Jack Matiioijly, Joa Smart, Alfred Carman, Geo. Roof, Nat. Ahl, Henry Carman, Tom Traylor, Jas. A. Duddcrar, John Kwing, Ben O. Durrell, H C. Waggoner, 8mith Waggoner, Isaac Durham, Isaac Gray. L. A. Cionies, Richard Coomes, Lewis Conner, George Hyde, I)ui Wtgifoner, W. B. Chapin, M. Philips, II. Palccr, D M. Clymcr, J. Charles Gray, Win. Logan. I. S. Baughman, Lucius Ciomes, Thos. Coomes Wed. Taylor, Willis Ryan & Son, Ezra Chapin, John Jennings, W. K. Anion, W. R. Pleasants, Geo. Crame, J. M. Camp, J B. Caldwell, Dr. McClure, Geo. Davis, John Davis, Jr., Doc Payne, Jas. England, Sam Johnson, C. Johnson, Sam Hastin, W. K. Lawrence, F. M. O'Neal, A. W. Kngland, Dr. O. Robarda, Thumps Bailey, Ed. Davis, John Davis, Sr., Stuart Finch, John Lyons, Mrs E P. Pate, E. Moorman, Jamre Case, B. F. Hill, Willia Broils, David Stevens. John M. Hail, Wm. Thornton, Wm Divis, Silaa Hawkins, W. II Hawkins, Green Dowell, Jos. Winchel, Miss Ann Polk, Will Owens, Richard Burdett, Roht. Moore, G. 1. Perkins, Win. Haughman, Mis-Tom Thornton, Travis Thornton, E H. Dan, John Dyer, Helen Polk, Wood Weatherholt, Tom B irdett, Richard Bearer, Jame Geo. Coulter, Jnhuhon Dean, Thos Dyer, Tom Carter, Lewis Gooden, A. J. Huddleston, John Byers, Zal. Ryan, Murray Weatherholt Richard Hibb, Mrs. Nannie Bates, J. & C. Jenninic, F. T. Fox, Jr., Scott McFerran, Bart Dowell. David Driskit-Alt Ryan, Dan. Ryan. Tom McKlroy, J. L. Collins, W. C.Wherritt, Win. M. Hogle, Sam Burdett, Jerome Wherley, Morris Long, John Hosking, Jr., iZoston DeJaven, Clarence DAven Goo. Ryan, Nat. Bull, W. G. Raney, Rev. A. S. MofTctt D. B.Thompson. Thos. Thurman, Ham Tnurmtn, John Hoakins, Sr, Wm. Biurne, A M Dfjarnette, R iht DejarneiiH, Joe Mullin, Wm. L. Bull, Cbaa. Beaven, Charle E dtr, Mnj. Hanks, Hugh Porter. T. K Adams, W. E Baughman, Morris Eikridge, Jos Djari-tt- , C. Black, No be Pate, Bud Pate, J H. Miller, J. D. Hastin, John G. Lynn, Dr. Webb, James Johnson, Richard Anderson, Leu Elder, Prof. 0. D E s on. W. Hendrick, Benedict Mattingly, Wm. Ahl. HOPKINS COUNTY, Robt. Arvin, K. T. Pence, John O. Neal, Joa. King, Ctle Htwkins, W. H Armstrong. Wm. E'der, Anna Elder. R B. Mattingly, Luther Hendrick, -8- 01 I) h- VRiley Clfmmen, John Cash, A. D. Root, Wm. Payne, Lewis Oats, Jos. Cofley, Gideon French, James Frank, C. B. Pate, Sam Taul, C. C Morrow, Mrs. Mike Hammon, tin-hi- ll. Neal Vanoy, .1. S. Ran. Smith, John Ballard, Chas Ball, Andrew Frauk, Sam Frank Win. Camp, Nat. Taul, W D H .It, Wm. Pauley, Jas. Paxton, Joe Paxton, T L Baughman, G. M Bibb, Cnris. Davis, Mrs John Fl iod W B. Taul, Wm. Miniir, Pat Keenan, Jr., Jim Minor, Hen Bryant, Jim lotten, L. W Caldwell, John C. Caldwell, ohn Simms, Cbaa Bobler, Dennis fiod, Wm. My, E F Goodwin, Jos. Taul, Pat Keenan, Sr., Smith Powell, Geo. '. Davis. T. C. Davis, Sam Cotten, Humphrey Hallou V. Hardin, Jaa Cbriatman, Abuer Goodman, 7enry lUnml, Jno. R. Taul, Lawrence Keenan, J. W B ard, Jas. G. H'ephens, Dud Hambleton, Jim Baughman Geo. Hardin, as. K. Staton, Geo. earrener, John Cowan, Jr., M. N DePauw, John Tenniger, H rton Lawrence Corrall, eunirr, A. T. Pate, Wm Dr. S. F. Hamblston Henry Ball, Ben Bright, H. Brown, W K. Card well, J. T. Land, Adam Carpenter, Wra. onuiger, Win M' fensley. rtioa. Bates, Ben Bates, Thoe W,ikins, 0 Jennings, 0car Gregory, James Knox, J. B, Hnnley, Jaina IlUy Tuck Hubble, A. A. McKinncy, 1et(,r Lafibon, Abe Riggin, J. B. Hates, Tom Keenan, W. II Biltinghouse, Wta. Hendricks, W. H. Robinson, Geo. Bright, Wm. Anderson, R. R. Gentry, Sr. Mil Riggin, Brtlett Tatley, J P aswell, R. O. Kirkwood, A leu Nuley, Tom O'Bryan, Zeno Hendricks, Thoa. Hendricdr, G o Wood, W. H Baiiford. R. R Gentry, Jr. ohn M. Todd, B. F." Carlisle, J. H. Gentry, W. A. Jolly, Joim M, Jolly, J G. Jiuwell. Z?u JfendrickB, John Barbee, J D.Tate, Ben Spears, Harvey Spears, u. v.. uivkiis, Tice Jolly, Neleo" J tlly. Rioh'd i; orsley, Wm iendrioks Sr W D. Wilson. uuuanKS, .... H. R. Dean, l" rowacr, 1.. ink Nail, M,,. Trnkn.ii... ....... '.uuu.m.i, Huston Jollr, Geo.T Jolly, John Hugeley, 1UIII miivuuens, Jacob Hugoley, Wm. Jolly, Win iendricks. Jr Galen Barbee, W. S. Dean, Quilleroncs, Charles Ashby, C. G. Ware, Rev. H. C. Morrison; Henry Jolly, Wilson Jollu, ' Boyle Reid, Sam Jolly, John J illy, Wm. Tucker, Thos. Beaven, James Lyon, F. M. Mitchell, W. H. Lynn, Jim Jolly, Dr. L. I Huffman, W. W. Yeager, Sam'l J. Harlan, Nelson Jolly, James Jnll-W. W. Jones, John Jones, Wm, Lyon, Jr , Wm. Warthens, Rev. A. C. Ncwland, L. F. Lyle, as. Parker, C. H. Rodes, Frank Reid, J7enryJolly, Rev. Gid. J lly, Jos. Jones, W. H. Chambles, John and Joe Lyon, Jamea Warthens, Judge M. C. Saufley. . II. Frost, ohn Furley, G. W. Motcalf, Chas. Eastland, Jbn.T. J. Lewis, Dr.A M Kinchloo, Robt. Chambles, Luther demons, Tom Warthens -- nou LINCOLN COUNTY n- v- GR&NT COUNTY. -- 8'lMi hV llrucc 9fItoIcrtN. II. .fcHVies. Geo. Furley, r Stone, Pin. JFinstead, JFatt Linzley M. V. Stanley, II. II. Loving, II. S Coleman, i M-ior- 1udgeA.. R-ibi- . . Haiin A Cultlwell. ? I -S- r. a. Phillips -B- Frauk Fraize. R-of- , B. F. Beard. B-ar- d, 1 i M-ad- Wliit lohnones, ' I t ni i v' -- 1 f (SUnfonl Interior Journal Steam Job Print.) Sle manufacturers in the tanning our and adhering tnt Smade.the1Tnly Bot ColdLiquor Process of makingUnited Stateswhich methodown stock soft and pliant FashloneJ Leather, by ?J5rLK alone can course any pLon8--time a2,d 30 or y method, as now order to leather cheap must destroy its life; and when the oil used in softening it evaporates, practiced in becomes makehard it naturally dry, and brittle. We live ?,rac1t1lc1 people are steeriD& clear of cheap, trashy goods, and to all such we extend a cordial invitation to fB the Buell Boots and Shoes. try Respectfully, BUELL & SON Waterville N T 60-da- aJ ri - iM HWu . 7 4 I 4 I 'car I a . i ,ii'- - . ? V i mg I ' . mi, mt Mm. .".... i. ,r . . ' a- - $ Mm . j i,.. aw t i I! M r i i 1 f i' l Tft , , T i i ft r i hi SI - ', Seau-SKtoh- ln Inbriorlonnixl Ky., Don't forget the section W. H. HfgglnV. A not ji eh cold feed us, cutter at Stanford, October 6, 1885 as it is the time of the year for it, those who fret map la upon -m bat caught, hare themselres alone to blame. ii LAN. Mali LOCAL TIME CURD. going North . ' South, rJoutb.. atxpcwilraln" " triln " mdi " Noh, 20 ..JJ39 r. m. ....1 W r. m. ., 1 S2 i M. 2 06 A. M. Now is your opportunity to bay a buggy. We are selliDiftll goods at actual cost and carriage until Oct. 1st. Bright A Cur ran. JbjOT ilmtli about la calculated on standard Urn, Bolar mloutM LOCAL fuUr NOTICE. Bov your Kbool booki from Penny ft McAUsttr. Comtlete stock of Kbool books and school supplies at McRoWta A Slagg's. Watch and Jewelry repaired on ehort ootice and warranted by Fenny & McAlia-er- . Boy the llais Hog Kemedy, the original and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl-lite- r. A complete style. stock of jewelry, lateat Kockford watches, a specialty. Pen ny A McAlieter. PERSONAL. ( . A new Carhtian church is to b dedi- change in its schedule next Sunday, which, cated at Williamsburg Oct. 25th. it is said, will throw tbe southern connecThere are 20,000 Northern Methodists tion further out than before. Tbe officials of that road seem to delight in annoying in Kentucky and they own 200 churches. Toe Methodist number 2,720,591; tbe the public. .. in. ii. Mi the Roman Catholics Iptists, 2..G0.-131- ; Fou Jailei; Mr. Willis E. Harriett is over 0,000.000 announced in this issue as a candidate for The Covington Gmimonutalth speaks . . ti ...i jauer .Imojeci to me result oi a primary of him at the Rev. Dr. II. C. Morrisson and election." Mr. Barnett is a popular and wor- says be is to begin a revival shortly at the Mfed Lizie N't'SNELLKY, of I.exlr.g-Iothy man, who in the race for assessor a few Scott Street Methodist church, that city. la visiting Mr. I. T. Mattlnglv. years sgo came so near getting tbe nomiBishop Merrill, of Chicago, presiding Mu. J. F. ZtMMEKMAN, of the Aiho-cil- t, nation. over the M. E. Conference said to tbe conwan here ye!erday, looking the worse The county court grafted tavern license ference that a man had no time in the min f his late sevrre illness to Stephen Vanderpool at Crab Orchard, to run a farm, keep open an office, or Mis ( yntiiiaCaiison and Miss Klla Bmiley leave to day for the cities to lay in admitted the will of Mrs. C. T. Daugherty to run for a political position. He only to probate, with A. G. Coffey as adminis- has one work to do, and that is to save a large stock of millinery. souls. Mim. I)h. M. A Smith, the great trator and ordered the sheriff to adminisThe Rev. D. W. Edison, who was apter on Mist Emma Wright's estate. Tbe was here healer of pulmonary diseases, pointed pastor of the A. M. E. churches and examined a number of patients. damages amounting to several hundred lltv. J M. Brcce has been threatened dollars were fixed for the dirt road in the here and at Turnersville, has arrived and entered upon the discharge of his duties. itb remittent fever for several days and is Sim Cork neighborhood. i He apjears to be a very intelligent man. now at hl brother's, J L. BruceV, near The Court of Claims with Judge Var-no- n Rev. G. W. Halton is tbe presiding elder Providence. and tbe following justices present met of the district. Mn. II W. flAnrr.li, of Louisville, is yesterday afternoon and at once began to The Baptist meeting closed Friday assisting Mr. J.T. Guthrie to fill depot agent examine accounts: W. M. Garnett, R. II, J. A. Carjwnter's place in bis absence on Bronaugb, M. S. Rutin, John Btlley, J. P. night with 39 additions and two more were added to the church Sunday, making 11 account of sickness. Land, E. B. Caldwell, Jr., Monroe Curtis, conversions as the result of Rev. H, T. baa returned from J. Halleck Ballou J. P. Daniels, John Anderson, G. P. Bright. tbe College of I'nysicians and Surgeons at J. H. Etson and Christopher Brown. To- Daniel's faithful and earnest preaching of nearly three weeks. Bro. Bruce snd tbe New York a full.llsdged doctor. He thinks day they will fix salaries of county officers, choir desire to express their appreciation of locating in Kansas City. elect a keeper of the Ac. of the kindness of members of different The Washington correspondent of the Seiuously HuitT.-Su- sie Reynolds, a churches in assisting in the singing durLouiirille Jn'iM ssts "it is rumored that Judge M. II. Owsley will b an applicant scarlet woman, was run into by the South ing the meeting. From the minutes of the Tate's Creek for the vacant judgeship fn New Mexico." bound passenger train, Phil Solen engineer, The Judge is Friday morning as it pulled into Rowland, Association of Predestinarian Btptlsts held We hote it i not true. our eaMern suburb. She was drank, it is at FJat Woods church in Madison county, nteded right bre at home. Mi-- a Mildued Ltwu, one of our said, and was sitting on the side of the we find that there are S churches in the loveliest and mott gifted young ladies, is track. Her hip was dislocated and she was Association with a total membeishipof 292 viiillog btr old school mate, Miss Mamie bruised up generally. After being attend- During tbe year 6 members died, one was l!rrnt, at Clifton Forge, Va., and enjoying ed to by Dr. Reid she was taken to the excluded and dismissed by letter, 14 ree as no one cared to give her ceived by letter and 31 by baptism. Eld to the ful'est extent the hopit.ilities and A. C. Newland. of this county, was Moderof that pictursniie land. shelter. beauties ator and II J. Clark clerk. The meeting Sanday for Mim Cohsie CoorEii left The Stanford barbers met in secret coun spend the winter with her sister, cil last week and rcolved to put the price next year will be with tbe Lbinon church Kansas to Mrs. Annie Divis, at Medicine Lodge. of shaving up to 13 cents. On learning of in Eitill county. Falcon, who is a cynic and delights to Miss Beie Lvtle accompanied her as far their determination, a dczen or more young Harper, where she will stay with her sis men sent for their cup at the shops and sneer, publishes a long and rather pointless as church of ter, Mrs W II Anderson, and attend said they would hereafter shave theineolvts. article on Mr. Barnes' joining the EogUnd, concluding as follows: "He grasps school. Another meeting of the tonsorial artists Sitakimj ol Dick Warren the.lcfixKafe was immediately called, the alarming in desptir at the last frsgment of Protest C oristianity he will ever touch, as be satr". "He has served us in the capacity of course of events discussed and the order ant drifts, and from the swirling waters as they Commonwealth's Attorney for nearly six rescinded by a unanimoui vote. They will years, and has done most excellent work therefore continue to ecrspo the skin off bear him away be shrieks his incoherent fancies about the lost tribes and the His friends think yourchin at 10 cents. for the Commonwealth - - Prophet Jeremiah. The career of this he is entitled to sn endorsement, according A fellow named J. A. Hooe assaulted man has been a strange one but the end has to democratic usage, and be enters the race with a very strong backing. Born, reared Rv. J. A. Citon, at Harrodiburg, as he almost come the purpose of his wandercame out of the Mthodist church, because ings has almost been accomplished. What and educated in Boyle, he U fairly regarded he spoke to Hooe's wife, and the people the event will be I do not know. Perhaps as "one of us," and he ha a following here detached from him, were so incensed that they held a meeting, death, perhaps enlightenment and peace that cm not be y bj the Democrat, and denounced the as- frcm a quarter he knows not of. If neino matter who may enter the ronlwt," sault as "an infamous and cowardly attack ther of these things come to him, then can that renders Hooe unworthy of the respect his unquiet heart find rest nowhere save in LOCAL MATTEIS. of tbe citizens of the community." Symthe bosom of a church that claims diyine It was raining again last night. pathy and confidence was also expressed infallibility and demands unquestioning Seven thousand shaved chestnut shingles for the preacher for his courage and manly obedience. That church is the Roman conduct in the affair. It strikes us that a Catholic Church. lor sale, cheap. B. K Wearen. coat ol tar and feathers and a ride out of Fon Sale. Pour pointer pups Ad- town on a rail would be toe proper treat LAND. STOCK AND CROP dress Mac Williams, Danville. Ky. ment for such a poltroon. Pure Northern seed wheat for sale by A HILL line of heating stoves, grates, A Close Call John W. Curler wm Geo. D. Wearen. coal vases, coal hods, Ac , at W. II. knocked from a freight train by tbe Hang Foil Sale 20 high grade yearling ing Fork bridge Saturday morning about steers. Apply to R. II. Bronaugb, Crab BitlCK. Two hundred and fifty thous 3 o'clock and suffered sever J injuries about Orchard. 3t. for sale by the head. The beam which he struck and, hard and John M. Hail and J. II. Miller bought " against his forehead, tore up the scalp and in Pulaski 23 head of yearling mules at an Henry Baugbman. when he stuck the ground a rock tore up average of $65. The K. C. will sell tickets to Old Point the skin on the back of his head. Dr. h Fon 8ale-- 2 high grade Jersey cows, good goiog on the O.h and 10th and return was called and sewed up the wounds good milkers. Apply to J. E. Carson & ing until Oct. 31st, for 512. which he pronounces not necessarily 3t. Bro , Crab Orchard. It was some time after Mr. Carrier Heniiy IIociceii, son of Uncle Lewis The British Bible Society issued the Hocker, of this place, is in jail at Jeflerson-sonvill- e fell before the trainmen mtaed him and New Testament at two cents a copy, In for cutting a white man in the when they came back he had managed to nine months 950,000 copies have been cold. crawl to a bouse close by, though he has with an ax. head C1. Bin. Campbell bought 17 head of no recollection of doing so. He is a man 1,1S0 lb. cattle at 4 cents per pound. They wishing anything in my line of family and lives at Rowland. Thome were for Peter Gentry, of Boyle county, (buuld call and examine my splendid stock Harrodsburg and a nice lot they were. of Millinery. It is net only the largest MARRIAGES. Denocrat. to this place but the "tock ever brought Mr. Robt Dishon, aged 20. and Miss Tbe Illinois Live Stock Commission most select. Mrs. Moody Hardin. Ssrah E. Andercon, a little maid of 10, hsB prepared and laid before the Governor J, M. Johnson, who made such an ex- were married at James Plummer'a Satur- a report setting forth that the Slate ia absocellent deputy sherifl, ia a candidate for day. lutely and entirely free from pleuropneuConductor J. II. Myers, of the K. C, l i.v.a..linnlv fll.v. assessor, v...v. nil c.vii"iiiicompetent - to jnrt- - slipped oft to HilUburg last week and took monia, in an acute or contagious form. dis ufi.nilniiB man and ftillv There has just been shipped from Lexhimself a wife in the person of Miss S. E. charge the duties of the office to which he to ington to Jerome B. Haggin, a California Kachley, a pretty little woman of that Rpires, the democracy of the county millionaire, a consignment cf yearlings town. They arrived here Friday and took his serylces. would do well to fecure the most valuable ever taken from the rooms at the MyerB House. The Captain's Bluegrass. There were 16 colta and 32 Dr. Alcokn, who tikes great interest in many friends will be glad to know of his filliee, for which the purchaser paid hfrChesapeake & Naibville and whogener- - good fortune and will unite with us in exally keeps informed, says in the Advocate. tending warm congratulations to him and The cattle sold by Mr. George D, White to Becker, of Cincinnati, were the "Fion information lately obtained (and it his petite bride. At the residence of Mr. W. F. Ram- best that have left the county this season, didn't pass through many hands) I am forced to believe that the entire line will be sey, at 12:30 o'clock 8unday, by Eld. John and brought the best price 1550 lbs , at under contract by April 1st, 1880. It will B.-l- l Gibon, Mr. Stephen L. Whitehead $5 35. Mr. Seth Maupin has bought re pssj via this place to Stanford, beyond a and Miss Mattie Fish, both of Mt. Vernon, cently some Cincinnati butcher cattle at 3 doubt. The directory will expect the right were united in marriage and immediately to 3) cents, and some better stock at 41c o' way through the county and it ought to afterwards took the train for Louisville, At the sale of Calvin Todd, deceased, on to be given without a murmur. This little accompanied by Miss Luella Rameey. The Thursday, yearling cattle sold at $20to?32; donation will secure the road just where groom is a brother of Postmaster J. L. 2 years olds, $48, or about 4 cents, they hriilo Regis. iiitn. nr ... weighing 1,130 po'tnds,-Richm- ond e want it, and we had just as well shape Whitehead and tkn ...., U.D.V. V, UUI correspondent, Col. J. ter. onr mind that way. -- Mim A.n .vie Holmes has been visiting here. Mim Maud Kctlxy has gone to Hoyle to visit relative Mk. Fkank Kotrr has gone West to grow up with the country. Ml a Kate Haii. has none lo Richmond to visit Mr. LUre Smith. Mr. andMiis Will Chaio are visi'-in- g Mrs, Hens Dunn, in Garrard. Mih Maky Jonis, of Stanford, is here vitiling friends. Monticello Signal. We call particular attention to the ad yertisement of Mr. A. E. Gibbons, a worthy yonng Danville merchant, who has recently & late hour that night. Mr. Watson has two other children yttj ill. gone in business there Mrs. Polly Shanks, the second wife of Horse Thiek. Marshal W. T. Saun-der- s the la'e William Shanks, died Friday night delivered to the jailer yesterday Jeff of flux, after several weeks illness, aged 72. Heniley, who bad been arreted for stealing She was a sisterof Mr. T. M. Pennington a horse in Scott county, Va. and in early life married Mi. Fisher, by m Twenty-nin- e moonshiners and two car whom she had five children, three of whom loads of witnewes were taken to Louisville survive her. Mrs. Morgan Smith, Mrs. on Bunday night's express by Deputy Mar- Paulina Hays and Spears Fisher. She wss a member of the Baptist church for a numshal Rogers of the 10th District. . I. ,, ber of years and was greatly beloved by The Riilroad Commission reduced the all who knew her, for she was a most estiassessment of the L. A K'h Knoxville mable woman. The remains were interred Branch from S1G.000 to 12 000 per mile, in Bufftlo cemetery Saturday afternoon, affixed the Richmond Branch of the K. C ter a funeral service at the Baptist church at $12,000 and the Cincinnati Southern at by Eld. Jos. Ballou. $27,000 all through the State. ii In field sold at A. F. Smith's sa'e at Crab Orchard at $1.55 to 1.80. Mrs. Wesley Holtrctaw, aged 65, died THESoo Owens has for sale 1 pair of moles Saturday. The wife of Mr. James Daugherty, of 15 hands, 3 horses and 6 milk cows at McKinney, died Saturday. She was a Miss Huslonville, Ky. The Dyer Brothers have retired Mi'B Wolf, of Harrison county. Boop.keeplcg,8ho.h.nd.reBm.n,llIp,T,pt1Bg. B.nUrg, Arllhmellc ,c u Jg llaltie, the daughter of Woodford from the course to tbelr Runny-mod- e la tht. aectton where.- ,. taught a. book. a,e in Bourbon and will breed her Wpt b, the frm Mr. John W. Watson, died apparently of bankers, and., borough practical knowWg. of account B.en. U ,D(1 lho croup Sanday morning, hut Dr. Carpenter to Hindoo. Col. Cosby Oatts has returned fnm room.of.n,Co..egsinthoWe.t. Thouuod.o. performed the operation of tracheotomy graduate. ,Mt.rr to ,h, abors. ha-- e no tiouble la obtakolng good altuatloLi. and it began to breath again and lived till Boyle with 50 head of young mule colts Call ( r addrew DEATHS. -- Corn 5 ii f BrjaHt and Stratlon. -- LOUISVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE. g gMa bt w, r, and Oradu-ate- a that are hard to beat. The average price ll. The Cincinnati Southern makes another RELIGIOUS. ... ... n, paid was about $52 per heal Monticello Signal. G W. King had a colt show, the get of his horse, Membrino King, Jr., here yester day. There were S entrances and the fint premium off 10 was awarded Wm. Holtz-clawa21 to Divid Thompson. The judges said it was the best lot of colts the get of one horse tbey had ever seen. Sheep men have reason to rejoice for wool has advanoed very sensibly and still has an upward tendtnoy. This change, if it proves permanent will have an apprecia. ble effect on the sheep trade, as well as on the wool market, and fl ckmasters should take cogniztnee of the fact and treat their stock accordingly. Sheep may be worth fair prices within short lime Farmers Home Journal, County Coukt Day -- Business was a little improved yesterday both in general and in stock transactions Toe crowd wss over an average. Cipt Bush reports from 200 to 250 cattle on tbe market, which sold at from 3 to 4, an advance of about of a cent on tbe pounl. Some aged plug mules sold from S75 to $125; plug horses from fCO to $100; mule colts from $35 to 560 Crowd good and bminest a little bet ter than last court. nd -- Louisville Bryant & Stratton Business College, Cor. Third and Jcflenoo, LOUISVILLE, KY. a. wmw nrnii t i,- m$ o - wm ,r' Young men are often -. t l. 5iueuienuccetdlDbuilneM while otbers fill. or instance, one year ago Dr. Bourne began basinets In Stanford. He wanlmn.i . ,.,..,- told blm that tbe field vat fully occupitd; that he could do nothing. YetUIIetlng there -- ,, m0re ." .uc juu mau m me puce, he went In. He bai lucreeded beyond his mojt sanguine Ho- -? Why? You lay It I, bccauie he Is an old drucelit and hut h.1 in-.,..i Intbe buslnet.. No, thst Is cot tbe chief reason v. u...UCceM. iwo word, tell tbe secret. Hell ualTerrally polite, polite to all, d sell, hla good, .,-..- ,.. Second, be thor oughly acquainted with your buslne- -, (tho day," mounteb.ak. arogone.) Third, M your good. t0 o!.f.Tbera,M- DU,t all oa on an article and lost a customer. Remember the fellow who killed the hen which laid him dally a golden egg He thought he would pos.es, thegold entalnelnslde tbohen. He lost all Don't try todiaw customers with low p,iCMon nothing and make doubloon another. Be hen-s- lj sell at a rea.onable profit I forgot to mention that, like Dr. low, Bourne, 'you ihculd keep good, goods, nnd keep what Youn? man, you can succeed If you will do ihre. people want; press light on and success is youn thine. First, be polite-po- lite to all, (ibe time it has been his ,! for Kniff merchant, haa gone.) "" flrst-cla- s. M'ROBERTS, & DRUGGISTS STAGG, . Stanford, K5 Summing up the political situation in New York, a Jersey City head-line- r wrote. "It Looks Like Hill." The editor is now down on his knees apologizing because tbe types said: "It Looks Like Hell." JKW AnVKBTISEMEMTh. UD HUUGEDTIST5, Opera House Block, "tSShtab, . yea-terd- ssiBr"' wter X32A.EIIS IN 'j"r J. I. a M . JOHNSON ul-Jt- m C.ndid.to for Assettor of Lincoln county, to tbe action ol tbe Democracy. WILLIS lis Condldate lor tbe to county, .ubject r. IMItXEST ! office of Jailer of Lincoln primary election. THE CHIEIF GrtROOIEIR,. ISTotio underilgned. 62-t- poor-hous- e, All peremi lodtbted to W. M. Ball, dec' J, will save coiti and trouble by tcttllcg at once with tl e J. A. LYTLE, T. R. W f Administrator of W. M. Ball. WALTON, DEALER IN- - Millinery Dress andMakingl new Finsr. Tablcr & Jlrs. M. V. Miss Ella Smiley poor-hous- Hare formed a partnership and can hereafter be found on the 8. W. corner of Main and Depot its , where thny will keep on ham' a lull line of seasong able Millinery and bo prepared to do and tnakicg on ibort notice. Patronage solicited. dreis-tittin- n JfpL JML rJH iluHBr Seg-- H ""' satHK Ci-- if Administrator's Sale. dence near Walnut Flat, dfe'd, Ai Administrator of the estate of W. M. Ball, 1 -- HI Mdl at public auction at his late resi- On Wodnosday, Octobor 14, 18S5, All his BnviK)d and Kitchen Furdture, Farm-InIniU-in- ti, 400 busheli of Coal, SO cords of Wood, 78 Cedar and Locust Posts, 3, SOO feet of Poplar Lumber, 5 liothelaof Oats, 3,000 bundles of Oats, a lot of Corn in the field, 1 stack of Hay, 1 yoke o( Cattle, 4 milk Cows, 6 Helfen, 4 yearling Steers, i Calm, 2 Horses, 11 Pigs, 10 Hogs, 39 Plgi, 110Bbep. lwt ot Blacksmith's Tools, 1 Dee ring Mowir and Reaper, and Tarloui articles found on a well conducted farm. Also, at the same time and p'ace the Distillery Mill and Fixtures, 3 barrels of tax tald WbUky and 12; barrels of Whisky in bond, one, two and three years old. Teuv.: All sums under S10, cash; over that amount, creditol three months, with interest from day ol sale. A. LiXTLE, Admr. t; 02-- tJ And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. IN ADDITION TO OROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. HE KEEPS J. Tin-- , Glass- - ea-il- Bg Himm and Queensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- When needing anything in the line of Wall Paper Decorations, Faints, oils, Varnishes, "Window Glass, and Painters Painters' Supplies Generally, That A. E. Gibbons. 3il St., Dnnvillc, Near tbe post-offic- e, ba. a full, fresh and brand new stock ol all the abore goods, which he propoMS to dispose ol at tbe Hig-girn.- '. Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. Most Reasonable Figures be made outside or inside tbe excluslTely in the above line, you can find at his store a better assortment to select from at more satisfactory prices tbanel.ewbere. well-burne- That can cities-Dealin- Bro-naug- School Supplies: Baskets, Bags, Slates, Pencils, Pens and Window Glass, Mixed Paints and Fine Varnishes a Specialty. low. CM dan-geron- Carnets and Guilders' Paper constantly on hand, A trial U solicited and eatisl.ction is sure to fol Third etreet, A. E. GltlitOXN. Ky, Dan-Hi- e, Holders, Ink, &c. posmoMs -- WHEN- Corner Main and Somerset Sts. is the best place to buy. COMPETENT! H, A. HALE, Principal, WHOLESALE PRICES ! Short-Han- d Over 40 Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, Surreys Institute And Spring Wagons, KY. LOUISVILLE, Over 40 Farm WngoiiH anil many other Goods to he RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES. SHORT - HAND BY aiillX. Too Many Goods on Hands; Trado is Dull and Thoy Must Bo Sold. GEO. D. WEAHEX, Sfuuiiracttircr' Agent. K tWitM$Mt rior louriral LIFE SAVED A lastly Who SEA TWILIGHT. Cold falls the autumn eve on tand and Household Word. 3Y FLOATING. o Mil., MRS. AND MISS. of A Had l'nonli Pretou-ailntt to Follow Good Ad Ice Washington Star.l sulfide. The breaker! lift themselves with rush and roar. volcos surge and And myriad ghost-lik-e uiinzle. Along tlio lonoly shore. Uopo has long since with summer hours abated, And faith ebbs to and fro, likoyonJertido, And patlont love, though sho so long bath waited, Is not yet glorified. Ob, tbou boart's 'dearest, take me, bide me, hold me Close in the tranquil kooplng of thy breast, For storm and strife and stress of fears en fold ma. And the great sea's unrest, NAPOLEON III IN AMERICA. iS In tbe earlier times of our history the R E BARROWi ordinary man was simply William or John; A.T that is to say, he hod merely a Christian name, without any kind of "handle" before it or surname after it Into the question OrPOsttsCooai-Hoc- s of surnames we do not propose to enter here. Suffice it to say that as some further sitviUI.twAtlaTI CHlCatoRt''(fl- means of distinguishing one John or one DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKT. William from another John or another Meals sreaerred at alt hours, "ame ,. on Through Coaches and Pullman William were found, in process of time, to hand and In Us season, oy.ter. Slooping Cars h,n abort ill styles "d bo necessary, names, generally nicknames, liar dellcacle. .ered In From Beauu-rant- " fl Look out for the sign Woodbine derived from a man's trade, or from his notice. & NM O. Louisville lo Chicago, O. S. and call when you ars hungry. dwelling-place- , or from soma personal peF. ir.MA80XUEIJlEHCO culiarity, were tacked on to their Christian Cluclunatl to Chicago, J. OTTENHEIMER, names, and plain John became John Smith. As yet there wore no "Misters in the land, IudlniiHpoliii to Chicago. Crab Orobard, Ky. I more Homo John Smith accumulated wealth than the bulk of bis flTHROUGH TIME TABLE Containing about 100 lows became, perhaiM a lauded pro-ht- A Desirablo Farm Via Loul.Tllle: MISSISSIPPI Good Land. W prtetor, employor Aores of or an of cultivation, situated on the Stanford Than he begou to bo called In labor. I"T IS a m I 7 so p m road, about a wiles Iron, Lie. LouIitIIU. the Norman-Frenc- h of the day, the "Mats-tre- " ?nd LJncaster turnpike tuiproTed. WIU be sold Arr. Lafayette... The Direct Eeute to . I S 30 p m J S SO a iu of this place or of that, of these work- Lancaster, Ky. Well In need ot .uch a Farm can . " Chicago S20pm I 1WIDI men or of those. In time the "Malstre," or Set h particulars by on J. Potter on the Via Cincinnati."Maistsr," as it soon became, got tacked on place or addressing the undersigned at OllbirU before his name, end he became Maister Creek, IT. ... Cincinnati ...I (7 0 am I ICUpu Northwest and Southweet by lbs way ef Heirs. Lt. Indianapolis.. Smith, and his wife was Mais tress Smith. Agent lrE.ll. " ... I1I1JP mill 10 pim 6.3m S 20 p ml (Utitu But it was only, persons who bad a notable I ... Arr. Chicago position (n a place, and who actually vrene LOUISVILLE orCIXCIXaVATI. Dally. tD"T IC,l't 8unJ,T "masters" or something or other b. yond the ordinary domestic chatties, who were thus Chatunoota lor Be iure jour tlcketa read ?la the l.rllle end Cincinnati make dignified with tbe title. Gradually the d rect connection at thoae point, with the Uiht-nln- s sonss of possession was lost sight of, and the Kiprma- on the Ohio A Mississippi for tit MONON Loul. and all point. Weal. title was conferred upon any man who had (UN A. A C, U'y) as It Is ths ijulckeat. the test attained social distinction of any kind, LouIstIIU "rTmiro and most direct line to Chlca go and points 10 JJ.UUIO 0n'7'nm Loul., being or Clndn-JLnatl to MU two hours whether by wealth, or by holding some po- E. H. BURNSIDE, In the Northwest. quicker than any other line. (It In- - our pasaensera sition of more or less consideration and ImTicket, rla tbe Monon Route on tale at all prin- time for meal, and first choice of amis In trains oSces. portance. Well -- Known cipal ticket addrees For rates, mspa and lull la golog West. This Old formation, For a loug teries of years, however, no Maintains WM. S. BALDWIN, O. V A., Chicago. Novel Methods of Advertising. one was called "Maister," or "Master" (into Sh" ".;.&' A. J..O'nEll.LV, U. S. A.ILoulsTlll. 12Hours Quicker Baltimore American. High which "Maister" got transformed), unless be Ine golnf by wayTif Chicago. time."' AND What a science the art of advertising has was distinctly in a position superior to that And, after a pause, "what I tell you now," Mcome, and how many millionaires owe of tho great bulk of bis Proprietor U Deterained that continued Napolean III, sounds like a tale, tbelr wealth to the judicious use of printers' and was really, in one sene or another, a Iti it Shall be riecond toinno Country foiiow-dlne- r but our was in oarnest; he ink and space in the columns of influential "master," and it is only within compartively its Fare. Hotel in the State Always makes bad secured the refusal of the site, and dally papers. The proprietors of patented modern times that tbe term came to be conOnly Line rla Appointment!, or Aitea- mown too contracts to Danicers, who per- medicines were tie first to take advantage sidered an almost indispensablo adjunct to Con 10 uuiututt of llOu ceived that there was a fortune in the af- of the publicity (riven to their advertise one's name when mentioned in ordinary their Quests. fair for themselves as well as for him; all ments, and the vast ostates left by them to conversation or writing. Malstress Smith of them took the bit in their .teeth, and their heirs were accumulated mainly soon became Mistress Smith. Exactly bow With all Line, at aalrremln de Baltimore, Philadelphia and Netr thus the country reckoned an additional through the aid of the press. Bonner, of and when tbe term got ; corrupted can not Baasraae wlllheeoateyed to -"," chars;.. St. Louii and Intermedial Points state. On that day I promised myself that The New York Ledger, pliod up his fortune be said. Master Smith, however, remained York City, to Commercial TraTslers. The Bar on my return to Paris a thing I never by the increase In circulation obtained by Master Smith long after his wife became alwaye eiplll wlt inecnoic... with Tuaocuii IVo Ferrli'H, No OttiulbiiKTranH doubted I should rebuild the capital, and publishing the opening chapters of every Mistress Smith. braids of Llaiors aid Clears. this 1 kball do. with Qod's help." new story in papers all over the country, Tbe first use of "Mlstar" is difficult to -- Only Line Tie closing at an interesting crisis, with the in- trace. It is certain, however, that it is a The Dog Didn't ltun. Coonectl ns male In formation that tho rest could-onl- y be road ue of by no means long standing. Tbe conRichmond, Old Point Comfort (HyKCla with train, of line, gucgUnion Depot. HI. Louis. Detroit Free Press. Vest, Northweat and in the columns of The Now York Ledger. traction "Mr." appears on the title-pag- e of Hotel) and Newport Nens, nuiaani, going W.st to any "I like a lawsuit," he said as be entered The story is told that CoL Ty4or Suit, of the first folio edition of Shakespeare, but it if you are joint, call on or Surgeon, the central station yesterday and placed Maryland, at cne time inserted an adverPhysician In connec Ion with Old Domlnlan Steamships to write to the undertlgned. would probably have have been read as his hat ou two chairs. For lull and reliable 0 format Ion In rtyard to tisement covering a whole page in The "Master" at tbe time of iU publication. It is "Do you wont to sue somebody T uou, c, in in nesiern atatee, alapi, Uuldoa New York Herald of his patent blended and lowest apetlal rate, lor Tlcketa and liousehold "Dot's her exactly I I want a lawsuit dot whisky, and bought 100,000 copies of tbo likely, indeed, that It was not till long after - Danville, Ky. Shakespeare's day that the influence of tbe Office on 4th 8t., Ooods to all points West call on or addrma will make Bomebody suffer. I vhas made paper. Oetting possession of tho papers, he And Merchant, and Miners Steamship Line to . 11. uxor, corresponding for of mistress was able to a fool of again." Ag't Ohle A Mississippi Aatlwar, had them run through other crested, and. turn tbe a of tbe old.fashionod "Matter" "How was UP when he mailed them, there was priutod in Perfectly W.li'Sr.TTUuVy W.W.PEAMDY. "Vbell, I baf iu my saloon a stuffed wolf. flaming red letters above "The 5Tew York into i of tbe "Mister" of our own Umej, Plies aud FiHttila Through Trains frtm Winchester, Ky., to though we still retain the old word for the a'rjs't and Oen'l Man'gr, Oan'l I'asa, All Cured. 1 buy him in New York unl pay $23. He Herald" the legend. "Read My AdvertiseC. W. I'AKIS, Central raaaengar Agent, Master of our children, vhas my sign, you know. I koep him on a ment of Blended Whisky on the Seventh service is no longer tbe and Cincinnati. Ohio KANAWHA FALL8, head of tbe houseshelf, und everybody who comes in speaks Page." This was In tho time of the elder Smith hold, but his little son. WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS of bow nico he looks." Caustio Bennett, and he was indignant at the trick. We find an example of the old use of the No Knifo, Ligaturo or "Yes; I'vo seen him." And other Famoua Vlnlnla Springs and I'leasure KENTUCKY The cutest thing in the way of a railroad adUsod. word still surviving in England in tbe masCENTRAL Resorts. "Vhol, dls morning two fflllors como tnit a vertisement was engineered by Os.pt. May, ters of tbe supreme court, officials ranking big dog, und one of dom says: of the Pennsylvania railroad. When Jules immediately below her majesty's judges, Hunting, Fishing, Bathing and all kinds of re" 'Bill, dot vhas a big dog o' yours, but Verne's story "illuoGrafUt llotitc." creation for tbe tourist, Inralld or sportsman. of "Around the World in and it is occasionally amusing to a stranger Treatment Mild, Mo Detention, From This line runs tbrongh tho Alleghany MounI'll bot be has no sani iu him. He rum Eighty Days" was published in France, a to hear a grave and gray.halre iold gentletains, on tba banks ol beautiful rl rers and termi- Shortest and Quickest Route from Oen away from dot stuffed wolf.' Business. Philadelphia paper bad it translated, and man referred to as Matter Jonoi. A soms nates on tral Kentucky to all Points North. "Dot man Bill bs looks up und grins and printed the story in installment In that what similar Instance is stilt to be found in THE SEA SHORE. East, West and Southwest. says: portion where tho author describes bis railFrance, wbore the title usually given advoOt.ser ration Carson Day Trains. Hegular "' Vhol, I dunuo. I co you der drinks dot road trip from San Fast Line Between atop-orFrancisco to Sow York, cates and notaries is "Maitre." can be comPermanent. Xo and all tickets good for Cnro Certain and he doan' run away.' LEXINGTON A CINCINNATI bined without extra expense. For full InformaCapt May had inserted an original chapNot Cure, No Pay. "Und tion, rates at Hotels, analysis of Midlclnal bprlngs, (schedule In Effect Slay 10, ISM, 'wolf so I like to seo der fun, und puts der ter specially djvoted to the praise at thecors knownonly, however, was JohnbisSmith's wife as Mistress Smith, but grown up, Pullman Sleeping Car space, Tickets, Ac, call on Bill he tolls his and track of the .Pennsylvania railroad, unmarried daughters were equally called donnonderfbor. or address iroTs; dog to sick 'em, und und vhel, "KbTTT I like and highly complimenting the "under- Mistress, with tbe addition of their ChrisW. II. WIUTTLK3EY, W. U. McBOBERTS, somebody to kick me." Ticket Aliens, i rat. rastensor a bi signed," as he was accustomed to say when tian naimi, for distinction's sake, if such Special Attention also Qlven to Chron !Ex. Hun.1 Dally Ex. Sun. LouliTllle, Ky. Stanford, Ky, "Then the dog didn't run" speaking of himself, for accelerating the were nocessary. If jr did this use of Misic Kidney Ulaaaer xrouoiei, O. W. HMIT11, II. W. 'III.IiKH, Lre. CoTlngton., 8 10am 8 10 pro 2 00 pm "Dot dog 6bumpi in on my wolf, und in progress of the party (ien'1 Manager, Oen'l I'aaa'r Ag't. toward New York. give place to our modern form of tress !I0 13 a m In S3 i tn 5 M p Arr. I'ans.... one minute dot specimon vbas all torn up Klchmnnd VlrelnU. Lexington '13 IS p II VOpn. 6 It p ta A. well as all Diseases peculiar to Women. D. O. EDWARDS, init kindling wood und I yhas $35 out of Juilce Hoar's FUst Meeting with Grunt. "Miss" till after tho lapso of a considerable I.ve. I'arls. portion of the last century. The worl 11 St a m 10 2) n iu 023 pm Ueu'l Western l'aistiiir Afent. rinclnuatl, O. pocket! Hey Charges modrrate Dr. N. can I consulted free What kind of treatment Concord Memtriil Addrevi. 12 20 pm 11 00 pm 8 10 Arr. Winchester... "MIns" was cortainly used before that tiras, will be lound at his office at all pel vhas dot on a man who pays taxes iu two I am remind' J of tho first tlms that I but not, indeed, very long before. At the olihargeand next three ucoths. 7 23 pu-ltuiuvfiu.. 4 w p m times tor the Lancaster wards und vhai headquarters for a t 30 pm n over saw him, ivhlch was just bwenty years beginning of tho last century it was appro(allowing genBy permission ho refr. to the nywianu 0 so n m club?" H. Irwin, ago, when the flr.t great divJslon of the priated to tho daughters of gentlamon under tlemen," J. ri. llosley, . A. Lackey, CASE I.ve, Klchmond, ' 2 0J p m "It was too bad." "" ,i.uTu' " work of his Hfo had been completed. It was the age of 10, or given slightly to giddy Stanford. Ky.: juuge . . iee. Arr, Berei Dan. ...j S 90 p w P. Temple, John M. 8poonaraor, blm look, 11. O, 'Can I suo somepody?' in the boat of the summer following the young ladies, or to thoso to whom we should ' Livingston ,. 6 00 am Of a Colored Man, Tills, Ky.; iter. J. A. Bogle, HuitonTllIei "Hardly." clO'O of the civil war, when be camo on to Suttou, J. S. Koblnion, Lancaster. Ky.: Thos. Ij, apply tho modern term of "fast" "Does nopody pay me $351" ky.: J. S. New England for a little rost after his Walker, Noini-BouKKo, S It is only within moderately recent times Johnson, C. C. Cbrlsman. Klrkirllle, l contracted a fuiiful case of blood tolson Id No.lt No. 1 "I guoss not." Bryantsrllle. Ky.; J V. Daniel, MeKln- 18JI, I was labors, and I was introduced to hltn. by ofiliebcst iibytlclans that it has bo coins the property of unmar- ney: Ky.:0. J. Bosley, Lebanon, Ky., Oto. lw-I- In Atlanta. treateduaA some old remedies of "All right, captain all rightl I puys me Lee bad surrendered. Richmond bad been They tbe Oampbell.TllIe, Ky.; A. A. McOlnnls, Bowling be ladles, As to and iiolash, which brought on rheumatism Lve. Livingston , snoder wolf right away. I haf him stuffed taken, Gen. Grant bad instantly gone to riedderivationwhateverword tbelr age. sooms (ireen. Ky.; Geo. Bohou, Judge J. N . Hughes, i no am " "Miss," it the 10 22 a m of the aud Impaired my dlKcstlre orKns, Erery Joint init dynamite. Eafery tinio a dog comei Washington and takan mvuuros as rapidly clear Uarrod.burg, Ky.; C. C. Shumate, Mc Ji I ee, Ky. . was swollen and lull of ialn. I was In a Arr. Klchmond.. II S3 a mi........ that it is not obtained by curtailing along I put dot wolf down und call 'sick as possible to dissolve and send home tbo . In uo condition. When I had beeu Elren unto Lve. Kowlan horrible syllable, but rather "Mistress" of its 7 13 a m 'cm!' und if I don't be shquare poforo I army of the Potomac, to restore them to have arisen from last custom of abbreviat- to die, my liby.'clans, who had aeen tbe workings of " Lincaster O 8 05 a ml the the medicine in other casts, thought It would bo Arr. Klchmond o vhas six mouths older you may pellet I their natural places In the country. 11 00 am ing that word Into Miss. Probably, too, r a spiendld time to test the rlttuzs ef Hwlft'a fv n. tus n, goat! Dot vhas me, captain. said to him: "Gen. Grant, I have been our modern MUsis or Mr, is to be ac0 0) a m 1 23 p 111, Lve. Klchmond I clflc. When I commenced taking S. 8, S. tbe phr-IclO teJ 7 00 a ra 2 23 a ml Arr. WlnchesUr I vhas but drnw der line on looking in the papers pretty steadily since counted for by an attempt to give a definite said I could not live two weeks under ordiB g w a m 3 18am nary treatment. He commenced to giro me the arr sari. stuffrxl wolvo'." the fall of Richmond and tho surrender of sound to (bis abbreviated form. At any d medicine strictly acoordlng to directions, which I Lve. Lexington -- ...j 7 23 a ml 1 SO p ml 2 30 pm Lee to see about your entering the city bea continued for ssmsl months. 1 took nothing Lve Paris ......,... 8 13 a ml 5 23 p in 3 S3 pin rate tbe pnsent writer is unable, after conHeuvjr Draught. fore which you had been kept for so long a siderable tvestigation of the matter, to (Ms else and commenced to Improie frtm the first, 11 30 a m' 6 00 Arr. Covington ml B 63 pm Tho Argonaut.) I would bare a backset liom impru a time, and I have not yet seen that occuroffer any other suggestion, or to discover dence, ooou the rheumatism left tue, tnr appe Ah eminent English physician, on oatb, rence reported In any newspaper." Gen. that any other one has beon offered by any m nAYAYlXI.. IlIlArVCII. tite licesme an rigui, anu me uicers, wnicn tne tho other day, said that bo bad known men Grant replied: "I never was In Rlohmond in othor writer. doctor .aid wn. tbe most frightful be bad ever who took their sixty tumblors of punch my life." n, be.an to bial, and by tbo first of October, 0 2 Chinese Immigrants. day, rand teemed no whit tho wore for jer 18SI, 1 was a well man again. lam stronger now I think we have known eome generals, Nosth-Bounthe Dally Dally than I ever was before and weigh more, I hare P 'H ludulgance. Tho Exchange, even some military men of lee exalted man and Ex. Hun. Ex, Hun. not falhd to report for duty aim e that time, being U, or used to be, a common product of Irish rank than generals, who would not have s "From what part of China do tho ImmCom enzift-in the oil warehouse of 2 00 p m and Scotch couvivlolity. Boswoll was up been likely to have had such an answer to igrants comei" was askod of pany. I baveb on, and still am, doing some of Lve Covington,.,. H " Lexington,., 7 23 a ra 4 83 p m R 5 to that. So was John l'hilpot Curran, and make; whom we should have seen riding Young iu Penver. the hardest work any man erer did, and am ready " Paris 8 20 a mi S 23 p m cs 83 to answer any question that may be aikid concern. Erskino, on occasion, compassed hit two about tho streets of Richmond on prancing "From Hoag fcong nnd Canton entirely. 10 40 a m' 7 60 p ta Inzthecase, awlfla Si eel tic has aavel me from Arr MaytTllln.. I dozen hot toddles. Then there was a good steeds, with brass brands and the thunder of Tho former city is on an Maud about seven 4 2 LEM McCLENDON, an early grave. No. 62 Ko. 6t o old soul, who died a few woeki ago Iu tho cannon; who would have Issued a proclamaUouth-Bophhours' travel from Canton, and tho Chinese, Atlanta, Oa, April 13, Uii, Dally Dally Ruo VIvienne, in Paris, in the boujo whore tion, bad they accomplished very much low or coolie', as they are, go down tbe river to Ex. Hun. Ex. faun V. Lem McClendon has been In the cuirler of tbe Mr. P. Egan for some time established the than what Gen. Grant ha 1 done. Hong Kong, from which place they como to This Company fur some jears and I know Lve Msysvllle... H S 43 a in 1 00 p m flying exchequer of the Land Laaguo. This tender forbearance on his pari is an act America. Hong Kong is a city of about tbe alovo statements to be true. At tho time he Arr Paris 8 10a ra 3 13pm a. S celebrity wm o retire I shipping agent from which the heart of Virginia should remem- 150,000 Chines.) and 3,000 English, besides began taking Sulfi'sBpetlfio be was In a horrible " Islington., 9 10 s in 6 10 p in " Covington . condition, and at my solicitation bis treatment I) 30a m 0 00 pm Marseilles, and the dally draught In which ber forever. Americans, French, and Germans, but 8, Ij. tj. wa. undertaken by a physician after with M ho did jwnance comprised four bottles of among the foreigners the English largely several others bad declared hlscate to be hopeless-I- t One Way to (uncli Thirst. lOKK, Train. 3 and 4 are dally between Burgundy, four of clarjt, and two of chain-pag- e predominate, from tho fact, I suppoe, that Incurable. He took nothing else but S. H.8. o Lexington and Covington: other tralnr Hall's Journal of Health. and has been s'und as a new dollar for several this allowance being exclujlvo of the it is English territory. This has always a are dally except Sunday. Intense thirst U satiated by wading in been the sticking point Iu treating on the Months. I regard bis cure as a most miraculous. 'petite verres'1 aud occasional drinks. o Train No. run. via Lexington and Paris, ani W. B. CROSBY. Manager, water, or by keepitig the clothing saturated question of Chinese immigration to this not via Winchester and Paris. y Co , Allaua Division. A Suicidal Tentloiioy. with water, even if it Is taken from the sea. country. It is a matter entirely out of the Direct connections aro made at Winchester with Attanta, Ga, April IS, 18S5. Chwapeake A Ohio for Jit. Sterling, A.hland. If thero is a suicidal tendency in a man it hands of ths Cainoie covernment. as all the Huntington, Cbarie.too, W. Va and Eastern clt. San Francises Post: Nathaniel Haw- - emigrants sail from British territory. 1 is apt to develop soon after marrlago, when CAUTION. ies. le iirst discovers tho pearly llttlo teath of tborne, when consul, uasforcol to declare nevor heard of one coming to America from run via Wlnebeeter, ,tne'-N- o, 3,linJ Consumers should not confuse our Specific with any other place." j sis sleeping darling drowning themielvej in that tho Americans were the only people tbe numerous imitations, substitutes, I'otaili and Polld Train., with Pullman Sleeping Cars between who travels 1 when they could not afford to. which mo gotten up to sell, Cincinnati and Klchmond, Va., and Wlncheitet Mercury mixtures, a tumbler on her dressing table. O CoL A. H. Marklatid fays he never knew not on their own merit, hit, rn tbo merit of our and Washington, D, U, Through tickets and baggage checked to any There Is a milch cow for every four peoGon. Grant to whlspsr or speak iu low tones, remedy. Any imitation Is tlwaya a fraud and a With a Ghost Story. Tracked O as if unwilling that all protont shoull hear. ple in tbo United States. cheat and they thrive only as they can steal Irom destinationJIOKSE, by s, railroad, -3 tj. F. B. o W. H. WHITTLE8EY, Stanley, the explorer, says that when tbe article Imitated. Passenger Agent, c Trar, Pass. Agent, For sale by all druggists. Treatise on blooi and jou can't whip nor buy an African king, Fieare examine tbe label ou which your name Covington, Ly, a Ijexlngton. Kv disease, free. sklu Ball trd cotnt; boasts a C. W.SMITH, jou can scare him out of his boots with a H. W. Is printed and remit us tho amount Itou owe If TWU bWfrT SPECIFIC CO., "eneral Manager, story. (jn I'4:;a you are Iu arrears. iboit D:uwr i, Atlanta, Oa. watermelon. Genius How t Fortune Was Created. llloussaye's Confessions. Napoleon III admired American genius because it is creative genius; he gre w Indignant over French character that humiliates itself more anl more in order that a man may become a state official whether a minister or a htone breaker on tbo hijhways. Turing toward King Jerome and Prince Marat, he said: "I am sure you are not came to Saint Cloud this morning solely to drink Suresnes wine; you must have, as usual, your pockets filled with requests one for a decoration, one for a Hoense to sell tobacco, one fo.' a senatorsbip. What a pityl Why do not those people make a fortune! that is tru9 liberty Instead of striving to enter tho service of the state and spend their lives in slavery. "Americans grafted upon Englishmen aro real freoman; they are the masters of tho unlvorso because they are tbolr own masters. For example, when I was in New York I dined at a table d'hote beeide a poor devil who had no shirt to his back, but who fascinated me by the daring of bis schemes. It was extravagant, but sublime. That htgh.toned. pennilesi fellow, who, in France would have died a tax collector or a quill-drivin an administrative department, possessed.ono year later, $13,000,000 in cash. And he had not stolen the money, either. One day be was an hour late at the table d'hote, so bs said to us by way of apology: 'You see, I have made a fortune.' "As wo lookod at him rather dubiously, for be bad not yot bought sv shirt, ha spread upon the table a roll of paper upon which ho bad drawn the plan of a city of 20,000 inhabitants with churchos, fountains, squares, and monuments a stock exaaatvge not being forgotten, of course. All this was fairy like, but reasoned out to perfection; it was a real city of tho future, such aswosballhave someday in Franco. Myman had not confined himself to designing the town, but bad purchased the ground on which to build, and mode his contracts with masons and gardeners. Tboy were about to lay the foundations and make tba streets. 'And you city will rise like Thebes, when Amphion played upon the lyre.' 'Yes, and they will not build, as in Europe, one bouse at a time; all will be commenced on the same day, and completed at tho same Ills Admiration of American To Persons About to Drown. Retain your presenco of mind as if you were in your own parlor. Throw yonrsolt promptly on your back. Cease to struggle. Simply keep your nose out of tho water and broatbe through your nose, and yon will float, and presently some one will como and pull you ashore. The above Is good advice. Probably the most remarkable instance of a life saved by observing this advice occurred at Parra-niore- 's beach, Accomao county, Virginia. This beach is one of tbo outlying chain of islands running down the coast of the eastern shore of that state, and form the truo seashore of their eastern sides. Betweon them and the main are shallow broad waters, as they aro called, and marshes that are covered at high water, and both interacted by channols, which are the thoroufares of communication. Three years ago this sum- mo r some ladies were visiting frionds in Drummondtown, and a beach party was got up in their honor. Four of the ladies separated from th) party to get a surf bath, and for that purpose obose a remote part of the island to be secure from observation. One lady remained in longer than the Kwt, and in changing her position stepped into a deep place, lost her footing and was carried off. As soon as this was observed, the others ran off screaming for help aerobe the island, a difficult locomotion owing to the presence of sharp grass and yielding sand, a distance, porbapv of a quarter of a mile, to a fish factory, where' a number of experienced Hibernian and sailors were engaged. The first one of the ladles who reached the station was so exhausted that she fell prone in the sanl, and some minutes elapsed before she could make the situation known. When she did, all the men declined to make the search, and said it was extremely dangerous, and moreover there was no use to try it, as the lady was undoubtedly drowned and they would look for and secure her body on tho return of the tide. While tus womsn wore beseeching and wringing tbelr hands in agony, two young fisherman came up, and, finding out the situation, jumped in a boat, polled out the inlot between F.rramore's and the bland just north of it, down outside the surf line, and about sundown discovered the object of their search floating on the water, a mile and a half from the place of and an hour They took and a half after the accident. her aboard, thence to the main, whore she was put to bed and given an alcoholic stimulant. Two days after sho was in Washington olive and welL In giving her experience afterward she said that as soon she found sho bad lost her footing she cried out and threw herself upon her bade and floated, an accomplishment she had learned la a Brooklyn swimming schooL She wore a hat, which, tied under the chin, encumbered her much, but she said she was afraid to raise her bands to unfasten It lest she should sink. This saved her life, as it was the object that the fisherman first spied. Had she been able to swim, In all probability that would have been her flrat endeavor ftad exhaustion and drowning would have followed and this true tale never been told. FEW HISTORICAL REMARKS UPON THESE EVERYDAY TITLES. AUclassuof Building Material lor sale at tnjr I will. ell at public suction before the Court premises on the Hustonrlllerlke. In Hlanfoid on Jlomlau, October VH , House '. HEM, Manford. 1HSS, Circuit Court day, a lot of stock consisting ot tine Bullion, Sir Brood Msrt, Two aged One Jack snJUoe Jennet Colt. Terms cash-47-l- bi Jsn-nets, Sale of Mares, Jennets, &c. 3LiTJ33lflC3BE!R.! FOrT COUOHOMnu.urttt.jp Uff 61. U rttx'Tos EytmiKK,KT. Btanlord, How, In Early Times, rialn John Smith Itecame "JIatstro" and Ills Wire Corruption of "Malitreu" the Onco Honored Term. Home Journal. LUIYIBER YARD. lathe to, Jwf iaflissssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssiisssUaitCtf FARM FOR SALE. Hating opened up a lumber yard our (tore, wo are nuw rear of H Not only in our country, but apparently with all modern pooplos, the habit has arisen and become a permanent and every day custom of appropriating what were formerly definite titles of high distinction, and making them absolutely meaningless by Licking them to the name of every obscure Individual Does not, for Instance, every German butchor and baker expect to be dubbed "herr" or "lordl" It is tho same, too, both with the "momiour" of the Frenchman, and the "signer" and the "lienor" of the Italian and Spaniard. In actual conversation we are less assuming than our neighbors, and do not require to be spoken of as Esquire Smith or Lord Jones, being quite contented with a plain "Mister" before our names; but we are quite apt to feel slighted and offended if the "Esq." should be omitted after our name on the envelopes which contain our correspondThe history of thoso ence. everyday thles of Mr. and Mrs., which are now the common property of every one, or, at any rate, seem to bo supposed to be so, is not without interest, though in some of its steps it is a llttlo obscure, and a few remarks upon It may not be out of place hore. Iofl.rforslemy Farm of U21 Acres, midway between Tumerivllle end MeKlnney. It Is In In tbe rough. Posts of all kinds, Shingles cut, good condition, well Improved, has brick houio aawed and shared. Also Ageuts for the DanTllle and all the necessary outbuildings. Apply to or 1'lanlng Mills, 'xet: 24-eddres. toe at McKlsmar. Ky. ltiHGIlTJb CVU11AX. If', .rl . 50.2M , .,., ! Prepared to Furnish any klndlof Lumber tt Small Farm For Sale neTer-falMo- "St. Mary's Saw Mills" On top of the Knobs, close Situated 2'4 tulles from Stanford on the Danrllle pike. conUlnlni 4S& Acre in a high state dwelling with 4 rooms and kitchen, g springs, Ac. AJJ'ess two IT. X.. DA. WSOS, Stanford. 52-l- ADD LU51UER YARD, lij J. Carter'CQrocery Store. Jb O FOOTS WHEEI4F.lt, general Proprietor. FOR SALE0R RENT. -- MY HOUSE AND LOT-On DanTllle ATenus, In Stanford. The house contains 7 rooms, cellar and porch, lot well Improved, atable with a stalls, buggy house, wagon ah , coal and smoke houses and a SOO'barrel cistern, all Dew and In good repair. Enquire on premlsM. M-- Lumber, Shingles, Ac, builder, and others can not And a better market to ultthemtelTM. Our motto I. "Good Material lor lteasonable llatea." l'ojtotlice address, Halls Uap, Ky. Forallklndsof LUMBER! Dressed Pine Flooring, Ceiling, Weathor Boards, Finishing Lumber, Oreen Lumber in the Rough, including Laths and Shingles. Kortheconrenlence of our customers la Stan- J' M- HIOGMAHt ICE! ICE! ICE! I wllldellter Ici and ! m. Tk. from itM f tkt I. it. min ttt.l.i ft.tar. Skim, toattlM MlalU. iiomuI prlMl;!. tfcil Ihhii It. pblM rUHi.Oj.tu1;m.rlaMt. ! (! Wm tk. chUt t throw ult Iks fklM m.ukrftk. U ttttp uis ! walk What MmMal llk Ik. h.aliai Mail. t f rlaflpl. la th. nall.li rlaai tf tka all S.ula. art. Ulla.a la Tatvoa a ItaataT a Aweaf Qcw . Mcuai. ilx. Ha.it kao.a t.ia.lr far Caaikl. Craaa. lrawila Caath aat OaiaaipU., ta4 a ralalakU, tar Mil lift. mJ a. lit. H an taar IraiiUt far It. H.al91. WALTER A, TATX0R. Atlanta,rrlaa. Q. Cm tia. ninoER. conout. P.'"kia. DjM.urr atl Cklktrsa TaaiaUt. retialtlf iultjjlm: E3I20r. .t .ih.rt4 ita. not, u, i.i iuai .( HcO Ceaa S'a.iuia. Both for sale by Dr. M . L. BOURNE, Stanfort. tlclnltj to regular customers In BUaford erery uioralng at Accounts due at the close ol each whencu.tomero.ult.. ONE CENT PER POUND month, or ford and Tlcinltr we hare arranged with Geo. HViircn to keep on his yards an assortment of our Lumber, where thercangetlt as cheap a. irons us uireci. lis win aiao niaae e.uniaiei tur any bills not on hands, which we will fill on short notice. JfaVaM'.V A) VA VIS. J. LOGS WANTED. I will pay the highest price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and Hickory Logs delivered at any station of the K. Lily. Ky. Masonlioimcr's Itcstaurant g)l ?' L. R. or R. rl d . I u "J0'OF,TZCIl.t St. Louis & tho West brood-brimme- d MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. and its Hotel Still Reputation, MTrflincj - ROUTE, Propr U O. & M. neotions WASHINGTON, Fast Timo and Snro -"- Dr. E. J. Nickerson, and IPullman Gars. fen. 1 IfcTIEW "SlTOKK:, BOSTON. tc-d- ajr I. 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