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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885100901 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 Weeklii Imfefii VOL. XIV. 3E3. Sonftml NO. 63. T.3LJSI. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1885. 3E. 0'7S7'&lLMlSrS2rm ANNOUNCEMENT OF T- - CJH.-A.ICS- -. :owsley BET SDS M 0TTO! & Dealers In (mm i fc SUCCESSOR TO EBmSTON OWSLEY, f' S. ( njAkiL&iyii HATS, TRUNKS, VALISES, CARPETS, WALL PAPER AND A GENERAL LINE OF GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS! In making this our first announcement it ii with pleasure that we can say that wo havo just received a Stock of Merchandise that for Variety and General Excellence can not be surpassed by any House in this section of Kentucky. Wo enumerate in this advertisement only a very few of the many thinga that we have in stock: -- TN MtY GOODS, Wo can show an cxlentivo stock of Cottons, Calicos, Ginghams, Yarns, Linseys, Flannels, Blankets, Comforts, Tablo Linens, Hamborgs, Crapes, Kid Gloves, Edgings, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Braids, Collars, Cuffs, Bolls, Portmoniei, Corsota, Hoop Skirts, Ribbons, Buttons, Combs, Brushes, Hair Ornamenta, Macrane Cord, Flosses, Veilings, Felts, Shawls, Crashes, Towels, Curtain Lace3, Cretonnes, Zephyrs. Laces in many designs and DRESS GOODS in great variety. A IiAItGE STOCK OF BOOTS AXD SHOES, Made by tho following celebrated manufacturers: Roed it Weaver, R. L. Stovens & Co., Alter, Forwood & Co., Lilly, Bracket & Co., all of which are guaranteed to be first-class- . XX GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, and Underware is complete. Our stock of Wool Shirts, Whito Shirts, Collars, Cuds, Suspenders, Gloves, Socks, Ties, Handkerchiefs, A very largo stock of Clothing, Carpels, Oil Cloths, Trnnks and Valises, And no Houso in this section will be able to show such a stock of ' CLOAKS As we will have opened in a few days. E&- - In conclusion wo ask the trado to call and examine our stock. It will give us pleasure to show what wo have; and to thoea who will favor us with their patronage we will endeavor to give full value for their money, -- a A Solemn Vow. According to the Gregorian calendar, Mrs. Colonel Percy Yerger went into which was adopted in the 4th century, the Millinery Making! The growing of the sunflower for It seed An Iowa woman ha namd her twin Mote S:haumbu,rg'd dry goods emporium 5 hours, 48 minutes and 43 seconds more to feed ii rapidly Increasing In puny eec NEW 1TIIOI. daughters Gasoline and Kerolne. than 3G5 days wtM accounted for by adding recently to buy some dress goods. Pierre Lorlllard'j new dog kennel will tlons of the country. Sunflower seed 1 "I'll give you thirty cents a yard for this one day to every fourth year. This work Mrs. M. V. Tablcr & Miss Ella Smiley said to be one of the rery heal poultry coil about 540,000. stud," said Mrs. Yerger, exaniinlns some ed well enough, but in the course of time Hare formed a partnership and can hereafter be Mr. Ueweiiier' steel p roc mi patents hare feeds. H. of goods. the 12 minutes and 12 seconds multiplied found on thewill w. cornerhandMain and Depot sta., keep on where they a full line of seasonHoney should be kept in the dark or it yielded him $000,000 a year for twenty-on- e g Mose shook his head and said: into hours and days and it was found that able Millinery and be prepared to do will granulate, The betw, knowing this, year. and making on thort notice. Patronage solicited. "I never sells dose gools under forty a day was still lost in every 129 years. To Philadelphia hi about 40) building work in dark hives. If light could enter and loan societies, doing an annual busl- - tho honey would btcome solid &nd the baea cents. When my diseased vater vas his remedy this it wu decreed in 1752 that death ped on, he made me schwear dot I Oct. 3J should be the 14th, thereby mov nwi of about $10,000,000. would starve. FINE LINCOLN FARMS of goats tor ing up the calandars 11 days, in order that Is the name of a Inaac Watertnlns The amount of wool produced in the vould never sell dot qwality might begin at the proper time the seasons TOR SALE ! (Km) milkman. "I. Watertulne'' world is grown on about 415.OQ0.O0O sheep, less den forty cents." "I am sorry, but I csu't pay that price," in the year. Since that time the calen- We offer for tale two of the best Farms in Lincoln would be rather a iUjtRttive sign to have and any quantity of the vast product from Yerger, moving towards the dars have not been interferred with, but by county, Kt, Both He 3 miles from Hut painted on his wagon yirlous places can be shipped to anj point said Mrs. toavlflo, on tho Mlddleburg pike. the same process a day waa lost in the 129 door. In tho city of London proper cor-tLand n he orIJ for ft cmMu,,,, 0 lwo or Mose saw that he was about to lose a years following 1752 and ending in 1S81 No. 1 Contains 310 Acros, , 16,000,000 an acre, h Iltors and plumbers th e d customer, fie motioned frantically to his and the calendars should bo set right by rnnimnlatlmf the purchase of land UII1 ' A Cincinnati piper elites that the low Well watered, fenced and Improved. We will sell son Solomon, who was in the back part of the addition of an extra day. A? we do "J00 acres out of the heart of lt.or'.'TJ acres or the hardly miss this golden opportunity. est figure for 100 pounds grow for hogs store, to come to the front. Solomon not feel authorized to make the proper de- whole of it. A new Uullock perfecting pre has been during winter seasons ending March 1 was the No. 2 Contains 140 Aero;, cree, we have written these line) in order did so. put in the Government Printing Office at in when tho price reached $2 55, and "Solomon," said Moe, "you tid not yet that attention may be directed to the matt- Well improved, fenced and watered, lying Just roll out twelvo tho highest price was in 1SG3, at Washington, which will $11.50. across tbe pike from No.1. Both Farms are nearly-alhis death ped er,South Kentuckian thousand of the fascinating Conyrcmtmal InlS79itwent down to $2 75, but with schwear to your dying vater in grns and both aro sightly and productive. on dot you vould not sell dose goota for J. J. JUt YE, Paper Hour barrels are made in Connecti- Terms easy. RcaorJi an hour, next winter. that exception it never was below $3 since JOS. COFFEY,Ky. less den forty cents a yard. Mrs. Yerger, cut at a cost of twenty three cent) eacb. Hustonvllle, The largest oruan ever constructed wis 1S02. The average for the twenty four O, Mrs. Yerger, choost come pack a leedle, Wooden ones coat seventy-five- . recently finished at LudwIgsburR. It Is years has been $5 70 per hundred. dot young man will give you away dose PUBLIC S.VLE for the Cathedral church nt KIr. It con Bucken's Arnica Salve. If you have no creamery in your district, gools at dirty-fivcents a yard choost beO- Fe tains 7,000 pipes and 124 stops. A THE BEsT SALVE In the world for Cuts, organ??, cooperate, and put one in opera- cause I vas a coot firiend of your hus with wind. engine supplies it Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Silt Rheum, Fever Son, Personalty Town Lots. tion. You can manage it yuujeeJves, Dcn't pand." Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all ThebDdyofthe first Napoleon, buried yarda at Tetter, Mrs. Yorgcr bought twenty Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Files, or no In allow the women to worry their live out at the Invalldcs, in Psris. is inclosed Having making butter which yoij are, hound to sell thirty-fivcnt, and Mose made a clear pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect tat bidder on sold my farm I will tell Jto the hlghost five coffins; the first tin, and tho others in Isfacllon, or money refunded, l'rlco 23 cents per for less than good creamery wjlj bring in proGt of only one hundred per cent. mahosnny, lead, ebony and oak. All it box. For saleby l'onny A JIcAllitcr. TIIUItSDAY, OCT. 15th, JISSS, almost any market, but let the farmers of Texas Siffinga. placed In a sarcophagus of Finland granite a neighborhood Very Remarkable Discovery, On the premises In Lincoln county, 1J4 miles cooperate and. establish a The number of prisoners sentenced for cfMcKlnney, all my personal property, a present from Kusaia. Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester, Michigan, South conslstltg of Mahdl'a religion are creamery and take their milk to it to be life in Illinois since it became a. State is writes: "My wlfo The tenets of the been almost helpless for h" s made into butter. lx. Forty-twwere par- fire years, so heirless that iho could not turn over Fcvcn brood Mares, 4 of them extra good 1 fine 2- 152 men and women. K ft married man Is guilty of very strict. year-olfilly, 1 yearling filly, 1 yearling hcrse colt, 2 filly colts, 1 bone colt, 2 work horses, doned after one to thirteen years, twenty-on- e In bed alono. She used to bottles of Electric Bitimmorality he is put up to hi waist in the Opeiutiojj. A Delicate Womsn's extra pair aged mare mules, 3 mulo colts, a lot completed their sentences by dying in ters and Is to much Improved that she Is now able sand and stoned to death. If ho steals his dressing is fine art, of course, and luting of sows and pigs, a lot ot ehoats, a very fine to do her own work." E'ectrlo Bitters will do all yearling boar, 20 acres of corn, lot of hay and Singing and lascivious their cells, one was stabbed to death by a that ta claimed for theui. Hundreds of testimoofT. hand is cut oats, 161) bushels wheat, farming utensils, Ac. handled by a man dressmaker is one of the fellow convict, three committed suicide, nials attest their greaV curative powers. Only SO Two houses and lots and t blacksmith shop In the such as used to be carried on in the very small sacrifices dancing, be made for to townofMcKlnney, will be sold on 0 and 12 seven became insane.one escaped and twelve cents a buttle at Penny A Mc.MIiter's., Khartoum, are put a stop to. Every art's sake. The "tailor-mad- e, months tlmo. Porsonalty will bo sold on ftP daya suit" estab-men- had their life terms commuted. There are time on all turns of 810 and over. a day. man must pray five tlmea Excitement in Texas. could not be carried on with female Tbe farm of 120 acres, lately sold to my titter, serving life sentences. Peter now fifty-fw- e Oreat excitement has been caused in the vicinity Prof. II. Ward, of Rochester University, measurers. Man's skill has to manage the Z )werhasbeen in prison the longest,and will otFarls, Texas, by the remarkable discovery of it for rent privately. W3U It. Cr.OYV, tt McKlnney, Ky. who has in hand tho mounting of the skin placing of the tape upon and, around my complete his seventeenth year soon. This Mr. J. E. Corley, who was so helpless he could not and skeleton of Jumbo, says: Hio hide lady'ii form, and when it cornea to the di- is the greatest period ever served in Illi- turnic bod or raise his bead; everybody tald be was dying of consumption, A trial bottle of Dr. weighed 2,537 pounds and his bones 2.400. mensions of that bifurcated garment that nois. King's New Discovery was sent him. Finding renpeclal building in which properly accompanies the riding habit it is We had to erect a Halle recommends the following appli lief, ho bought a large bottle and a box of Dr. and easy to imagine that embarrassment might to mount blm. It will take 3 months cation In furuncle: Tannic acid, 1 part; King's New Life Pills, and by the time he bad t. 000 to do the work: After a year abroad arieo even among the not I powdered gum acacia, 1 part. This is to taken two boxes of fills and two bottles of the $5 When needing anything inthe line of Discovery, he was well and had gained In flesh 3(3 his" mounted skin will rest at Tufts College, dm told that there is a certain veil drawn over the boil and for a little dis- pounds. Trial bottles ol this Great Discovery for at the Smithsonian Insti- over this necessary measurement; that the be piloted Wall Paper Decorations, Paints, oils, and his ekeleton several coats being applied Consumption tree at Penny A McAltster't. The people of St. lady's hlght ia first taken standing, and tance around it, Varnishes, Window Glass, and tution, Washington. forms a thick and firm covering. until it Positive Cure (or Piles. Painters' Supplies Oener-sS- E Thomas are pregarlng to create a Bunum then the distance from the top of the bead Halle states that this mode of treatment To the peopled this county we would aay that ally, Park and erect a $25,000 monument where to the chair in which she is seated; and quickly relieves the p&im. and diminishes we have been given the Agincy of Dr. Marchlsl'a then a simple example in subtraction does Jumbo wae killed, That taken in time, the Italian Tile Ointment emphatically guaranteed f the swelling. When A Ham- the rest, leaving imagination, bared on the boil disappears without the formation of to cure or money refunded Internal, External, TO TUK Bald. INIEHB5TINO . Gibbous, 3tl St., Dnnvlllc, Blind, Bleeding or Issuing Piles. Price 60c a box. A. size of the arms, waist, &c, to supply the pu; and when this has already occurred, For tale by Penny A McAllster, Druggists. burg brewer has just died, leaving a eum Near the has a full, fresh and brjnd distances and figures, A clever way and every year lo other tho application causes tho extrusion of the new stock ot all tho above goods, which be of 1,000 tbalers to be rwarded reasonably sure to result in a good fit unDaughters, Wives and Mothers. proposes to dispose of at the tbebaldestmaninhisnativecounty.ExperlB core and prompt healing of the furuncle. Wo emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlsl'a Boston Letter to Minneder tho skirts. Scientific American. be appointed on eaohoccaslcn to count aro to a Female Kemcdy, t euro Female Most apolis Tribune. such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and the number of the hairs on the heads of the bo made or inside the cities. The most important new enterprise re- - Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or bearing That canexclusively outside above Hue, you can find e Dealing In the competitor?. In case two or more compel-lorA paper piano hsB been manufactured at ported in the South for a long time is that down felling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Change ot at hit store n better assortment to eelect from at moretstlsfactory prices than elsewhere. have tho ume number of hairs, the Paris. The material for the case was for the erection of immense works in Vir- Llfe,Leuchorrhaa, besides many weaknesses spring- m .f"-'y-ftva,ai"y" m prlialstogoto the youngest. Lastly, if and took a perfect polish, and the ginia at a cost of $2,250,000 to manufacture ing from the above, like Headache, Bloating, Spi- Window Glass, Mixed Paints and Fine bald man should Siccplessncst, Nervous Debility, at any time a completely Varnishes a Speoialty. toneoftbe instrument, though not loud, steel, composite brass, etc, the annual ca- nal Weakness, For tale by DrugPalpitation of turn up, without a single hair on his heed, was very sweet a soft, full, quaateontln-uou- s pacity to be 100,000 tons. The purchase gists. Prices the Heart, Ac. bottle. Setid to Dr. C Carpets and Builders' Paper constantly on hand. tl and tl SO per capital A trial U solicited and satisfaction Is ture to folthe happy mortal is to receive the sound, resembling somewhat that of of 18,000 acres of magnificent coal and iron J B. Marehlsl, Utlca, N. V., for pamphlet, frc. low. i. e. the o"M Tklid otrtwt, DanviUe, Ky. Penny A McAlisttr, DrugsliU aum, the interest of which constitutes r sale by the organ. lsnd H 'I'resdy bwu made. annuity. above INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS. AGRICULTURAL. and Dress Office South aide Main Street, the Myers Hotel: SURGEON DENTIST, 8TANF0BD, KY. tvo Pare Nitrous Oxide Gat administered when quired. re- IiEE P. HTJPFMA.ir, doors above DB. W. B. PENNY, dress-fittin- 02-- tf Offlce on Lancaster street, cext door to Ikik-B- t or Journal of&oe. Offlco hours from 8 to IS a. k, and 1 to 5 r. u. Anesthetics adiofefctered wboa r. necessary. IS4-ly- rmTTm BTANFOBD, Dontlst, KENTUCKY. To-pek- a 2 PIANOS, OKGANS3191C, Ac We are agenta for the old and reliable John Church Co., or Cincinnati, Ohio, for ttio sole of 11 anos, Organt, Automatic Musical Instruments and Musical Merchandlso In Llnoolo und Uarnfta counties, Kentucky. JloiltUIu Patnncttt received until paid for. The bent ataiularjl Co,, Haaeltoa tnalccfft: Wm. KnabeA New England lirca Pianos, Decker A Son, Everett and either upright or square. In Organs, the follown ing makers: Clougn & Warren, John Church A Co, and the Sterling, vlit Va patcCtt s lt, l Cl-l- The CWtiHfc'oti,an Autpmatto Jrusfin Instrument, tne most perfect In the world. Illustrated catalogues tent free to all who apply, also the best references from thoso Tho have., bought and tried any of the above nuillcal Instruments. Address us at Stanford, Ky. 37-l- CIi lino, JteltH Attachment. S. It. & I. J, COOK. four-hors- e and POSII&0S1 -- e WHEX- COMPETENT! H. A. HALE, Principal, first-clas- o -- ts Short-Han- d Institute - Cl-- IJon't Foi'jsct LOUISVILLE, KY. over-modes- SHORT - HAHTB m MAUL. pott-offic- e, Reasonable Figures Did you 4 S.up- - pose Mustang Liniment only good com-preye- d for horses? It is for inflammation of all flesh. amnoss, V tagi ,w JrT. Harahan has been appointed Gen- f eral Manager of the Louisville & Nashville railroad, vice Kouben Wells, promoted to Second Assistant to President M. H Smith. "Praise the Lord. God is love and NothOctober 0, 1885 Stanford, Ky., C. D. Lester, deputy sheriff of Krte ing Else." county, N. Y., under Sherifl Qrover Cleve land, has suicided. He got tired perhaps N. India, W. P. WALTON. of waiting for Cleveland to give him an ot- - 'PnoerzCT Point," Landooh, 5th. 1885 Sent. i fice. Dear iNTEmon I will ask you again Tub candidate for count attorney in JB Joe Bruce, (colored, who choked and always to print the heading of my note Marion decided to leave the question of robbed the wife of Mayor Valentine, Bjw-lin- g paper as above. By seeing it often, some Green, was captured after having his at least of my readers, may after a while their candidacy to an uncle of each, but the being unable t) agree upon who eye shot out. An efl rt was made to lynch allow this central fact of the universe to should leave the field or upon a third man him. have its due Influence upon their lives, if On Sunday, CO convicts working on a not their theology. For indeed it is the to determine the matter the resorted to the primitive method of drawing straws railroad in Southern Texas, made a bold only answer to the dreary, dismal question and H. P. Cooper got the longest. Mr. 8. break for liberty. The guards shot down whose weight lies heaviest to day upon the T. Spalding accepted the result and gate 25 of them, the remaining 35 made good wnrlit't existence vlr: "Whr has God Mr. Cooper a clear field. This takes the their escape. done this or that?" If one could always r our men who were in a crowded car answer for Him promptly and cheerfully cake even over the historical contest between Hoke and Willis in Louisville, when on the Pennsylvania road, near Altoona, in- "He didn't do it at all" whenever the the nimble nickel was brought into play timidated the occupants of one of the coachinvolved a possible doubt of His tenand flipped "Heads I win, tails you loose." es, robbed them, and, jumping from the derness, pity and compassion, what an un train, escaped. speakable relief it would btl Yet nothing And now the say that an effort will be Pursuant to instructions from the ExDurham's confirma- ecutive Committee of the Knights of Labor, but an inflexible belief is my motto, until made to prevent Judge that Love by bslleving It, haa been "shed tion as Comptroller when the Senate con- the street-ca- r drivers of all the roads in St. abroad in the heart by the Holy Ghost," can venes, and that rertain democrats, jealous Louis but one struck, and travel was susaccomplish this most deiirable of objects. of his itfluence with the administration, pended and the Fair is going on too. Print the words then, my dear Walton, for if the do not will wink at the attempt The Wyoming grand jury which has knowing that openly aesiat in it. In the event of his re been investigating the recent niasa.ucre of your friend's sake, at least; your types never did nooier service man jection, which is not even barely probable, Chinese at Rock Springs failed embody the the Judge would be taken in the arms of to return indictments against the sixteen in dirnilavinff the words that all "the ills that flesh his constituents in his native State and persons charged with committing the out- world's Panacea, for is heir to." The last eentence ''and nothborne to any office that he may choose. rages. ing else," is not intended as an unauthor The jury in the casa of Cbesley Cham-berThe Winchester Sun has a ized addition to scripture, as eome suppote on trial at Bloomlngton, Ind., charged of the article favoring the continuance and charge, but eimply a protest against the Board of Equalization, which concludes with the Monon express robbery, failed to popular additions that have already been with the assertion that "Every man who agree on a verdict. The jury Btood six for made, in such current phrases as "Yes has any regard for the interest of the whole conviction and fourteen years' imprison- God is LOVE, but He is just als;" or "He continued kiiom last issue. State will either advise a new method for ment and six for acquittal. Vengeance;" or "He is a pun-ishMARRIAGES. Dr.Wm. Jones, a prominent physi- is a God of adjusting the wrong or amend the law now of sin" or a doitn others that are cian of Liyingeton county, was shot and John A N. Minks and Miss Maggie in existence." A better feeling has set in supposed to militate against, or modify, or for the Board and the probably of the re- killed at Southland, Ky., by Alex. Smith-soLOVE and Thomas were married at Mr. Emanuel He is a watchman on the Tennessee River qualify tho truth that on the Sth. sure as some peal of the law is not half U this setting of one Thoma, drinking nothing elte. It just Bridge. The two hid been Miss Jennie Minor, daughter of Mr. C. ty time ago. against another, that I obwhen without warning, Smithson shot bis attribute over P. Minor, and Mr. John H. Shoemaker; 'The President has written a letter de- victim. ject to and testify against, aa making out of Miss Addie Johnson, daughter of Mr. W. cruel enigma whom no a claring that Hon. W. B. Fleming was The New York Commercial Bulletin es- Our Blessed God, C. Johnson, and Mr. John Pope, all of not the person referred to in his recent cor timates the fire loss of the United States one can understand. As an illustration of Boyle, and Mr. Thomas H. Rawllns and say practical bearing of this, let me respondence concerning the recommendaand Canada for September at $0,525,000 the Miss Bertie Tharp, of Marion, took the tion of unfit men for office. Of course this which is leaa by $3,700,000 than in Septem- that one of the most common repul- train at Gravel Switch Monday night and ought to settle the matter, but many of us ber 1871, and some $300,000 less than the sions that I meet with in pleading with my were married in Jeflersonville. would like to know, you know, who the fel- average September fire waste of the past fellow men and women to believe that all At the home of the bride's mother, their sickness, infirmities and sorrows come Mrs. Catherine Blackerby, on the 7th, Mr. low was anyhow. ten years. devil, is embodied in this sentence: In Iowa a celebrated suit at law, known from the Lee H. Stone and Miss Nannie K. BlackerThe Stanford JounNAL declares lor the would far rather think my trouble CWiTr-Jbunicalf case," has just "Oh I as ''the Jones count comcouM by were united in marriage by Eld. J. Q. came from God than the devil. I Montgomery. The happy couple left at Covington been concluded. It has been in the courts bination for Public Printer. not bear them at all if I thought the devil once for a visit to Louisvillo and other Commonwealth. And you have declared for eleven years; the costs to all parties con brought them upon me. They are hard points. Mr. Stone is a young man of ex eoman cerned amount to $20,000, while the four for the enough to endure as they are. That requalifica combination. We leave it to an unpreju- stolen calves which brought about the litiinsup- cellent habits and fine buslne simply render them The suit has flection would tions and the pretty young bride haschoeen say which is the best hand gation were valued at $50. diced public to portable." been tried five times, has ruined several wisely and well. We wish them a long to draw to. ui Jow, dear reader, n sucn oe and fattened attorneys prosperous farmers, journey throuch life. tutrep-;,- n and hippy thought, I want you to follow it up The Ohio election comes oS next Tues- and court officers without number. face to face with it. until mil utand A man who will give 75 cents to go and day, with the chances in favor of the demLAND. STOCK AND CROP Pursue it through all the winding paths of see Louise Pomeroy on the stage half nud-ed- , ocracy both in the gubernatorial election your nature and in whatever "secret chamand prefers this to going to his prayer and for members of the legislature, which counMike Haggard bought in will elect a successor to Bloody Shirt John ty forty mule colts at from $30 to $45 per ber" of your existence it may eilrive to hide meeting, itn'i half decent and I wouldn't its head, track its slimv trail till you bring wipe my feet on him. The truth is, I have Sherman, who is working his old chestnut bead. to bay; and may you have grace to "slay a profound contempt for these theatre peofor all it is worth. Birnett Bright sold to J. A. Harris & it it there" as Elijah slew the prophets of ple anyhow. If any of you ray your church Again our lovely Mary Anderson breaths Sons three 1,200 lb., feeding cattle, at 4 Baal at Kishon's waters. For indeed it is is not opposed to card playing, theatre-g- o. the air of her native land and so does her cents. father the devil, and you will be most ing, dancing and drinking, I am here to Foil Sale 20 high grade yearling of its step daddy, the great and only Dr. Griffin. Jesus when you imitate Him in this tell you that your lie. If my church besteers. Apply to R. H. Bronaugh, Crab like Mies Mary's pretty bosom has entirely work of His life, who came that He might lieved in it I wouldn't etay in it Joug 3t. cut of the Orchard. from the destroy all tho works of the devil. For enough to get mv hat. Kansas C'.ty Fon Sale 2 high grade Jersey cows, cruel dagger, with hardly a scar to mark force it to face jou, you will Times. & when you good milkers. Apply to J. E. Carson the place. unwillingness to admit the Et Senator Dtvid Davis tells the follow3t. ' find that this Bro., Crab Orchard. e In the last two years the New York devil's agency is only a struggle of ing story at hit own expenee One day, Sec Owens has for sale 1 pair of mules World has used 8,572,801 pounds of white to save itself at any cost -- even though while on lb stump bimelf he had occa15 hands, 3 horses and G milk cows at paper which cost $462,075 70 and in the the price should ba a betrayal of God's sion to sav, "I know no Eist, no Wet, no Hu3tonviIle, Ky. delest nine months 77,011 pounds of ink. It character. By laying it on God, the North, no South." "Then." said one of his A farm of 50 acres in Fayette rented wrong doing has by far the largest circulation of an can hide its own hearers, "you'd better go home and study at $15 per acre. A man can go to Pulaski ceitful heart paper in the United Slates. and being under a score of current phrases up your jergerphy " "It broke me all up," and buy a whole farm for that. suchas"myBteiious providences," "hid- sty .Mr. mvii-- , "sdu irom One of the neatest and newsieat daiicai ou tin uie The crop of beet root sugar for the deden purposes ol mercy," "inscrutable cloe of mr addriM ihere was uo personal lies that now appears is the Lexington coming year is estimated at 2,505,000 tons, not now we shall magnetism in my burets of cimpaign r edited and published by John O. while of cane the yield is put at 2,100,000 signs," "what we know wise discipline of a Father's hereafter;" "the Hodges and Chap. C. Moore. The Blue-Gra- tons. but neceaary," and a host of We note the sale of lOsmall mule cole?, lovo-paiCapital hai now more dailies than other sayings as false as they are specious, TO T1IELATJIKH at $30 per head, a number of better qualiLouisville. blank nt ty at $50 to $72.50 per head and 5 head 5 and all levelling themselves point n Btptist preacher, J. L. year olds for $175. The the heart cf our God and Father; while Lebanon Standard. MoKINNEY AND VICINITY. M. Curry, of Virginia, has b:en nppointed hateful self creepa into its hiding places, Henry Cohen bought ten mule colts at Minister to Spain, He was twice in Contruth's am recelrlng a bandiotue line of Cnthiana at from $40 to $70 per bead, untouched by a single lash of gress before the war and was a prominent FALL & WINTER MILLINERY, and 12 in Scott at from $50 to $G5 all scourge, though deserving to be chsstired memb;r of the Confederate Congress. do Which I Invite the Udlci ol McKlnney and Tlcln-It- y mares and good ones.They will ba for "su wlih "i whin of scoroions." How little to call and examine. Alio a line even saints care for God's character, how vets and ItlbUiinln lateit atylta nicedrrs'ci,of Velfor ck" mules. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. ownl looking thus CM Needfully, V. TAlll.F.U. The stables of C. L. Johnson, an ex- circful are they of ther A. H. Dudley has been appointed post- tensive dairyman nt Atlanta, burned and in the wrong direction for the inWchief. in Faith master, at Princeton, Ky. Lincoln Circirit Court. 128 head of cattle perished in the flimes. leads to another practical failura The Mt. Sterling creamery is alto a f- The Iocs is estimated at $50,000 with only Healing and a perplexity that is west D. C. I'ayno and Bettle Payne, till wife. On peinancial failure and is oflered for sale. frequently experienced by thoe who come $5,000 insurance. tition. Notlco la hereby may Judge O. P. Hrgan, representative-elec- t William Pace sold to Jerry Stevens 0 to Jesus for His healing toucti. I believe that tbe petltlontra,given to whom It Ikttleconcern I). C.l'ayneaDd Payne, of Grant county, is dead, eged 78 GO lbj., at 4 cents. Sam that many come and go without deliver- bis wile, have tbla day nidi their petition iu tbe fat shoats, weighing lees concerned with clerk's office of tbe Lincoln Circuit Court, praying The Superior Court has decided that Kavanaugh (col.) sold to Thompson & ance because they are that the Court empower tbe said Hett'o Payne to ue, enjoy, sell and convey, selling brandy peaches is not an indictable Henderson 3 000 lb3., of tobacco at 5L the cause of the trouble, than its cure. I benefit any nlopcrty alio may own orfor her own acquire, frco offence. am parsuadel that was the reason of from the claims or debts of her husband; to make Winchester Sun. sua and lie sued single famoua"thorn contracts,her own name and as a dlspo.o woman, to Anthony McElroy, of Washington In Louisville 5 cents is the top for the Paul's failure to get rid of his trade in to of her ow u county, now 80 years old, has been a Mason best shipping cattle, while thin, rough in the flejh." "For this thing I besought property by will or deed. It is hereby ordered that this notice be publishC8 years. steers, poor cows and scalawags are down as the LORD thrice, that it might depart ed In tbe I.NTKKion Journal, a newspaper publ.aheitln InKy., by two Samuel Muir, one of the wealthiest low as 1 to 2 cents. Hogs are active at 3 from me." Not the cause, but "it" only. sertions belore Stanford, tegular tviu ofweeklyLintbe next tbe from such coln Circuit Court. citizens of Jessamine county, is dead in his to 4 cents, sheep steady at 1 to 3. Of course such a prayer as that Given under my band as dork of said Court, eighty fifth year. Lake A Frisbie, of Cnthiana, whoee a one could not be answered. But I am Ihb 7th day ol October, 1853. J. P. HAlLEV.C.k.L.C. C. A snow-storlasting from Saturday neru oi jersey cattle nas Deen so lung in- bold to say for "such an one" that when the and he evening until Sunday morning, prevailed fected with pleuropneumonia, have de- spasm of triple petition was over in the vicinity of Ddvil'a Lake, Dik. cided upon its destruction and all other reyiewed, calmly, the wholefield, hediecov-ereMiss Lee Spears, of Jessamine county, infected cattle iu the vicinity will also be where he had made a mistake and soon -- or a- is dead of lock-jaw- , resulting from her foor killed. got rid of the "thorn" by getting rid of its having been perforated by a rusty nail. he said "I Splendid Jacob Gr.wei, of this county, purchas- nroducinc cause. Like Job Farm, Live When the Senate meets there will ba a ed an extra lot of feeding cattle at 4 cents am vile;" and, once, being more concerned list of between fire and six hundred post- and one lot at 3 cents. The top price for about the defilement than its inevitable I will offer at public sale to highest bidder, masters, appointed during the rece'n, sub' new corn delivered is $1.50 per barrel. Oats wv-rnnnnnnpnrp., the cure W88 not far cff. I at my residence, "Millwood," the Lincoln county, In mitted for ccfirmation. caue of about 7 wilesu west of Stanford, 2 mllen from Shel and hay hayo advanced somewhat, each aa persuaded that the commonest by my and nines irom uanvuio, on The circus train robbers and highway- quoted ot $10 per ton delivered. Lexing failure, now ns then, lies uudcr this notoFriday, October .'lOlh, 1SS5, men have been held to answer for their ton Gazette. rious "thorn in the ileeh" and its subtle crime at the next term of the Franklin CirMy Farm, Livestock, Crop, Fanning Ulcuills, .'r. Paris court was a very dull one for caus?. Anl by going to the root of the Tho live sto: k cor.slsta of cuit Court in binds of $500 each. stock, Nocittle of consfquence were nold. matter for a radical cure (and we bear no One gray Mare and Colt, by lllcnal, and bred to At State bridge, N Y., Miss Emma The Kcnluckian reports quite a number of more of the "thorn" of Paul after that one Messenger Chiel; 1 black Maroand toll, by bred to Uleiul; '' Mareaand Mule Colts, Faulkner committed suicide by pouring mules of all grades and agea offered with casual narrative,) I do not mean that we I reliable combined Horse, 1 harness Ilorto for coal oil on her body and setting fire to it prices a little otT from last month's sale. are called upon to "search out" tflo ciuse rniuiir imriK3er,iouv: worK Jiuiesu yoars old 9 head or thoroughbred Cittlo. fancy colors and by which she was burned to death. Aged aud broke mules from $100 to $150; of our sllhitions in the hard ,ay proposed well bn-i- l . 9 grade Hellers. fiQ timr.Mn-M.r- i Houthdown B H E7erc, oi London, Eoghnd, for 2yeirolds$S0to $100; yearlings lotof Hogs: G0 to by some. Job's relief came not on a din- - Also about 7U0Sheep, aand cedar Posta and a lot ol locust hinipelf and others, has won a suit by $00; colts $25 to $00. Hay, Corn and Oats civeryof how he wai "file" but simply which thoe interested cecure title to 1.000, Richmond Count There was a larce that he waa "vile." In other words tho TJio Farm Consists of about 120 Acres 000 acres of jland in Massachusetts. crowd in town Mondav and business teemdiscovery, no humbling to tho flesh, that Djmocratic Convention of ed a little more active, although stock was causes lie in ua and not in God, 1; the Of Land In excellent repair and in a high state of The Stale' cultivation, splendidly watered aud Ma'sxcaujtttaVnominsted for Governor bv no means brisk. Work mules brought point of deliverance Job through many poads. Tho Improvemi nts conilstby aprlDgs and of n largo commodious brick dwelling house, with good Frederick O. Pltice, of Boston; Lieutenant from 3125to $105 prr head; mule colts, a weary chnpter eougbt the caupe of hia new and convenient Urn, with for of mulce. It Governor, II. H. Gilmore, and a full ticket. from $10 to $90; yearling cattle, $27. A terrible troubles in God, and m long ns he capacity the feeding at lean 100 headFarms Is ono of best grits and grain in the rculon. But five of tin new L. & N. directory piir of extra fins mules, (or which $125 thus put the LORD in the wrong place, TKRitf.-F- or personalty, a credit of lour months are Louisville rate. MeisrH. M. II. Smith, bad been offered several times, sold for on- satan wrought unchecked as he hsd a rlffht on note with good security, liearinj intireit Irorn For cue' J. II. Ltndenterger, J. B. Wilder, J. A, ly $100, and another piir for which $325 to do. Hut tho moment he pot In hie right date and payable In biuk. onoand the Farm, with two years ir.iruratu, rcmainucr in Interest. A coo--i decU made and pOMeielou given D. Tajgart. The other 7 are had been refused were withdrawn at $300, position and put God in Hi? that moCarter and J. January 1, lltti. New. Yorker?. Herald. Mld ment satin left lam and th Hoaler came jU mm. mix. an-ewself-deniacoal-mines, n, GEO. O. BARNES. to again with double blessing to compensate for all the put. Let in learn th lesson well and better. That is the "prayer of faith" that "saves DEALER IN the sick." Secret or open self justifica tion invites the devil to stay and work his Hftrdwarc, Hoi-h- o NIioch, GroccrlcM. Saddles. accursed will; justification of God baffles Iren, Nails, Qnccnsware, ISiikw Whips, and puts him to flight. And I know no Unggy Wheels, NIotch, Cano MIIIh, IlnrHcaa, such complete justification ol the dear SpoltcB, GratcHi Cider MIIIh, JLnp LORD as Ilea in the compass of the motto Nloueware, Carn Nhcllcrfl, Collars, that heads my paper and I hope mv life "God is Love" and Nothing Else. Oliver Ohillsd, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plowi, Wooden,' ana The girls went to "Municipal Hall" Oast I'ampi, and the Celebrated May-fielElevator. Tin Roof- Monday night to help Capt. 1'oung of the ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. "Salvation Army" as we had all done on a previous occasion when "Captain" "Miss Need ham" presented, the claims of tho same institution two months ago. The THE NEW GROCERY AXI IIAKUWAHE HOUSE OF "Army" have taken a very "new departure" in assailing the serried ranka of idolatry in India. Their leader is a Major Tucke- ronce an officer in high standing in. the Indi an Civil Service, who gave up everything in the wav ol further promotion and pay and retired from his lucrative post in order to head the "Army" movement in India. Would kl.dly uk youratteillon to the fact that they hire J Jit returned troia lbs cities with Urn fr.th sod well selected itock of ClIOK'i: He is a man of extraordinary and has gone on from one step to another, until now he lives as an Eistern fakir anil requires hie devoted stall' of helpers in the In endless variety, dainty In quality and satisfactory la prices; trila wo guarantee. Our aim tball b at all tlniM to supply every want In our line. minWry, to do the same. They beg thir bread from door to door, birefooted and bareheaded with persons clad In the peculiar salmon coloted cloth of the religious ConsIsteoftbeStandardilraodsof Europe and America. Our large Una of Cooking Stoves include thejustly celebrated "Ureal Western lteserve" and many other mendicant clas; -- in short as nearly an ap and qucenswere Hock roniliU In part of Table, Tra and Chamber family lavorllrs. Our China Ola complete, (llaitwar richly proach to the nttive of the same persua andetched. In the way ofllreadituffa wenamelluckwheat Hour, !ti quen ol all trltw. Our tat the eel, -sion as decency wilt permit. 1 tie lull hrated Talent O. M." Flour, urlralled for cake aud paitry, while Hire and Hominy, our own ratrl. otic product., arrayrd at faithful adjunct. All thedellraelctln Foreign and Poiuntlc Confcctlona fledged fakir goes nearly stark naked with are here. Tin, Blonc, Wooden and Willowware, Uectrle Ijtupi, Stationery. Canned Mrata and I'tniu face and body smeared with ashes and filth. and a complete line of Clgart and Tobacco. Well, thUU only a hint of what we bate. lWltilni that we can make It your W. H. HIGGINS Kim, Cerer. d TAYLOR BROS. FAMILY GROCERIES OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY ' to Inlerwt, we confidently aik an eiamtnatlon of our goo.li and your patron Iteipeetlully, TA1 t.Oll IlltOTllKHH. u Wmmy&M'MMm PHARMACISTS, -- DXlLKtl lif- rfN. - Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fancy Articles. Phyilclani rrtacxlptloniarcuratdy corapouDdrJ. JEWELERS. The Largest 8tock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware Ever bought to thli market Prlcw Lower than the WalcbM. Clockt and Jewelry lle- palred on abort notice and Warranted. al 5s3i5 2ffiflr sn. ji v n iff IIUtJPeLSiPlJaPlBX . ... ksMfS ? ;,-- .iYi Lot. 0n 1 A s TJlffDERTAKER , d relf-lov- till mm complete iiMHorimeiu of Furniture, oxubraciug crytliliiRfromthu C'liciipcnf to flio Fluent Parlor Nii.aCH.Na nee. to ko to the IarKo cIIIch to i.mko yoi.r pnrclmHCH, no matter what quantity or quality, on W,,t, km I can nny prlccH yon can obtain cIhovtIicYo, rrclKht ami will 1npll. bclnK' adiled. AI.e ii full InMorlinciit ol C'oUlnn, Cuscm. NliroinlN and Ko1.cn, embrao cxpciwlTc. Waro rosi n..nyiSi,. wW. V- 'IlcnP , ..,.,,.. . dealer in .' iiuu-i- AND ITiii-iiitiii- e ! e. niuiiioru, iiy. 06-sen- PLEASE DON'T FORGET ss nful well-know- X JIr.Jl. 8S-- d PUBLIC , Blue-Gra- and Meal; That our stock of Pleasure Vehicles, including everything Irom a Hoard Cart to a Barouche, is always complete, SALE And that we Guarantee T.owpcf Prices, style and finish Stock,. considered. Also, that we still handle the celebrated Wagons, "Old Hick i ory" and Mitchell. Big line of Farming Implements. Grain Drills, Turning Plows doth ruling and walking, And all of which we guarantee at Lowest prices. CURRJLKT, sr.ti , That we carry the Largest Stock of Groceries, Hardware and Queensware in the city; That we are Millers' Agents and wholesale depot for Flour . - WT JW IlUn-rl.nr- iP 4--- T 1 i 4 mi Mw& Mn. W. M. BnianT sold for M. C. Mil XKXT ADVKRTIBKHESIh. SemHfHMklfilnteriorJoMnRl ler, of Austin, Texas, 10 shares of Farmers house. National Bink stock to Peyton Embree at m " D. It. CARPENTER Stanford, Ky., October 9, 1885. A DOZEN healthy and well-felooking $148 Is a Candidate for County Attorney, conrlcta were taken by here jmterday to To-da-y 23 years ago the battle of Perry-Till- s luliject to the action of tbe Democratic party; work in the Jelllco mine. Young mn are often perplexed to know how for gTuff was fought, Mr. J. E. Bruce, who t.att. LOCAL TIME CARD. merchants has gone.) Second, be busluoas while others fall. called our attention to tbe fact, saya that BANK acquainted with your business, (the days FOR SALE some men succeed Inyear ago Dr. Bourne began busTiik house of William Foster caught ...... .........m1j3? Hall train rolng North. For IniUnoe, one U. of mountebanks are gone.) Third, sell your goods ' ' " . 1 WJ P. Mi Bouth. iness tn Stanford. He waa almoit a itraoger; Gre Wednesday erentag, but wm extin- the musketry aa well as the cannonading friends at 1 fl Hzpmitraln" Houtb., i...M(.f.. 2 0J A. H guished could be plainly heard here. ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1885, told him that the field wu fully occupied; that be onereasonable rates. Don't try to make it all on " Norb... A. M. before much damage waa done. sale. Many a man has made a ntckle too much could do nothing. Yetbelleylng there was more on an article and lost a customer. JUmember the Mrs M. V. Tarler desires us to return Circuit Court dy, I will sell before tbe lb r jots li calculated on standard tlu. Bolir Oun poatmaater forgot to tend our paIn tho man than In the place, bo went In. door In Stanford, 30 time Is 4 boat 30 minute faster her thanks to the Ladies of Stanford and the First NRtlonsI Bank of Blittregot stock In He has succeeded beyond his moat .anguine ex- fellow who killed the hen which laid him dally a golden egg. He thought he would possess Stanford. pers by the K. C. Tuesday, consequently thegold pectations. Hot? Why? You tar it li lxp.n.. en mine McKinney lot their patronage and asks Inaide the hen. He lost all. .TACOJJ GCJEST. our readers were laid outn day. We havn't be is an old drugglit and has had lonexnr'i,r LOCAL NOTICES. that they favor her in the future. She has Don't try to draw customers with low pricison In tbe bualnea. No, that linot tbe chief reason the heart to complain, however, since he is a fine stock of millinery one thing and make doublo on another. Be honat each place. Buy your echool booki from Penny A Two words Mares, &c. of bis success.polite, polite tell tbe secret. He la est; sell at a reaaonable to clever and make. o few miitaket. profit. McAllster. unlTersally to all, acd sell, hia goods y We will send our and I forgot to mention that. like Dr. Bourne, you ' Mr. D, P. noil on was out cut- the weekly World, the best democratic paI wllliell at nubile suction before th Court- - low. Mcltonuvrs & Staoo are headquarter While should keep good, s goois, and keep what Young man, you can succeed If yoa will do thrcs people Home In Stanford on Monitaut October HO, for amunition. ting tobacco, Sunday, same one robbed and per published In New York, one want; press fight on and success is youn. as 1HHS, day, lot of jear each ola One Circuit Court llroodaMjrw, stock consistings, things. First, be polile-po- llto to all, (the time it has been his. Ouks at all priced at McIloberUr A set fire to hie houte, which was entirely Stallion, Six Two aged for $2 50, to old as well is new subscribers. One Jack and Une Jennet Colt. Terms cash-SIbbr', from $2 50 to $100. coneumed. This in twice he has been Call or write for sample copy of either or VEYTOX KJUlltEE, Com r i.rrr. stock of ncbool book and burned out within n year or two and reStanton), Ky. both chool RtippUVa at MoUobsrts A cently some thief got nearly all his clothWatchm and Jewelry repaired on short 3STO. Ben Hays, colored, a son of the Major, notice and warranted by Penny A McAlln-e- r. ing. Ha sfems to be in a run of bad luck. was given 30 days in jail yesterday for REPORT OF THE CONDITION The City Council has ordained that the stealing some straw to make a bed. In Boy the Unas Hog Homed y, the original and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl-iate- r. continuous whistling of an engine ia an of- view of the fact that cold nights bave come fense which shall be punishable by fine with us to stay, Ben's crime doea not seem The Farmers National Bank A coMrtrrr. Mock of jewelry, latent and imprisonment. And now if they will so blac as hia sentence would make It ap stylo, llockford watche a specialty. Pen- go a step further and prohibit the youths pear. ny A McAlirfer. of town from "puckering" their mouths, at tho PRUUGEDTIST5 The motion which was adopted to pay In tho Htato of Kentucky, 1885. Closo of Businoss, Oot. 1, fiey may in n measure escape some of the $2 1 per year for p'esching once a PERSONAL. month cir'cs that are being heaped upon them at the Poor house, was made by Dr. Doores, in Sin MATr Wooihsn I in Ltuiiville nnso uitcES. County Attorney. -- Having faithfully who suggested that a county, which looked Loans and discounts U -- 303,111 this week. Xa3A.I33ItfcS UN 3,C2l C3 Mns I.N Coi-- ipndini:!i few data-i- discharged the trust imposed upon him bo well lo tbe temporal welfare of her un- OTerdrnfls to secure DriiRS, Wall Paper, Wines. U. 8 Hinds .IIiiMlral circulation. "5,000 (0 three yeirj ago, County Attorney D. R. fortunates, ought to give the small amount Other stocks, bonds nnd mortgages ViavuiluiL-J- , 1SOOKH, LoniiTill Liquor 23,890 00 Ingfrueutoul, Paliita, Stationery, and his friends think he dererve asked towards their spiritual welfare. Cigars. Duo from approve reserre agents J. W. Havdkn i otn ncaln. but bin Carpenter 9,010 CI Pocket Oils, SoupH, endorsement, and he will therefore be a XoimccoK, 8 413 OS wife rtnulo (juttc ill Cutlery, Some time ago Mr.S. B. Pennington got Due from other National Banks Lamps, Perfumery, Ileal estate, furniture nnd fixtures. 7,0(0 00 Fire Anus, subject, of course, a lot of cattle from John W. Wallace as 9Iachin Mil. J. A Coukn, of the Stale Houii candidate for expenses and taxes paid Current 814 91 Our Jcnelrr, Sllvcrmiro ami Optical Hoods Department Is In Xcediea. to the action of the democracy. The ex he alleges on false pretenses. At any rate Premiums paid of Ivjuslir ilion, wax here yesterday ......., 2,137 21 r.ni Thoi. Blcliarifs, who will Repair nnd Mis-- j K.ati: LooiN hs gone to the perience he has had has rendered him thtv were never paid for and Mr. Wallace Bills of other Banks 2,203 00 b much more fitted for tbe position than he procured an indictment against Pennington Fractional paper currency, nlikcls and cities to increase her stork of millinery. pennies 43 27 was when he was so handsomely elected be- in the Pull ski Circuit Court. A bench Mk. am Miw. J. O. Dunn, of RichLegal 3,000 00 and the friends who itood by him warrant was issued nd Sherifl Menefre U. H. tender notes fore mond are the guest of Mr. Will Crate. certifier of deplts for legal tenders 8,930 00 Miw John Cakl, rf Mercer, has re. then have less reason to desert him now. took him thither Wednesday. Bedrniption fund with U. S. Treasurer Bjth worthy and popular, he will go into turned from a vllt to Mrs. Mary Bowman. (8 per cent of circulation) 3.37S 00 An Elopement, The sensation of the Mr. John M Rrm and daughter, the race with a following that will be for Total t452,,00 S3 hour in the local circle is the elopement of Mli Fsnoir, went to Louisville Wednee-da- y. midable from,.tbe start. . LIABILITIES. Dr. W. B. Penny and Misa Julia ?200,000 00 The old fellow, George Mowrey, who which was successfully accomplished Cooper, Capital atockpald in MlM M Addle LtC BAUNtlRIUI will go TuesSurplus Tund 02,000 CO ago and reported that came here eome lime 3,317 91 day night. For a year or more, even the Undirlded profit to New Albsny to day to visit Miss Annie he had Joe S. Miller under arrest for drug07,500 00 casual observer could detect the many little National Bank Notea outstanding.. Minor. IndiTidual deposits subject to check ging his, Mowrey'e, wife and taking $15,000 113,823 58 maneuver resorted to by them to obtain a Due to other National Banks. Mr. J, It. Nu.VNti.LEY is back from w. 4,480 23 rth of cash bonds from her, now writes few moments blissful conversation and it Due to State Banks and Bankers the Wild West to tbe great delight of hi -- DEALER 1,319 14 I- Nhe did not tell us that he had him un that waa amusing to us old coons to watch their Total mother. ;432,SO0 63 der arrest, but under injunction. The old little tricks, worked so slyly, but eo effec- STATE OF KENTUCKY, Mrs Maiiy Hcxiur, of Bedalia, Mo , man is mistaken. He did tell us exactly County of Lincoln. returned yesterday after a rislt to Mr. T. tively. Suspecting the truth, which in tbe a good deal more that what we printed and B. Owsler. Cashier I. Innocense of her girlish heart she could not Bank,J no. solemnly avrear that of theabnTn n.imrtl W. Miller. do tlio alove statement we did not print, to which we have witIs true to tbe t of my knowledge and belief. Mn John fl. Koiwo.n and Miss Lou or rather did not conceal, her guardian Among ether things he told us JNO. B. OWsLEY, Cashier. nesses. Ball sccatupirtinl tbe Stone bridal party to usrd many devices for keeping them apart, that he was here to ascertain the character such a sending and sworn to before mc this C dav r Louisville. her off on a protracted ol Subscrll-Oct., 1SS4. JNO. J. JIcKOBEKTS, N. P. L. C. that Mr. Miller bore to use against him in Correct attest: Miw Will Bciiton, who hai been ill visit to a distant State and was preparing S. II. lUJK8. trial, but we must not publish it as Miller so long, wss not expected to live through to shut her up for the winter in the guarded Directors. J W. ALCOBN would see it and obtain counter proof. J. II. OWtLKY : walls of the College, when the lovers aplist night. . nil i. Mn Jo-j- . McLi.Anv is attending the Chea i Excursion. The L. A N. will preciating the prospect of a denial, even al DO' OSTO. 2783. Kock Csstle Association in Besiion at Frte run an excursion to the Louisville Expo- most of a glance of loye, resolved on a REPORT OF THE CONDITION dom church. sition October 14th. from stations between course which we trust they will never have By some means the Dk J. O. CAiU'KNTEKia in Lexington Jellico and Stanford inclusive. Trains will cause to regret. OF THE attending the meeting of the Hhinological leave Jellico at 8 r. M,, arrive in Louisville knowledge of the resolution leaked out and Association. at 7 a. m,, and returning leave Louisville had the enra of her guardian been a large NATIONAL BANK as those of many other people in town, Mn Catii Bailey has returned from at 10;30 r. M., 0:1. 15. The round-tri- p a six weeks' visit lo friends in Shelby cotir-an- d rate between Jellico and Hizel Patch, in- the truth of the lines, the "best laid plans Louisville. clusive, will be $2; Livingston and Gum of mlco and men gang aft aglee" might At Stanford. In tho Htato of Kentucky, at Closo of Businoss, Oct. 1. 1885. John J. BrtKiirr left Ivt night to go Sulphur, Inclusive, $1.75; Crab Orchard have been confirmed. But perhaps it is in btmineM at Atlanta, Wo wish him and Stanford, inclusive, $1.50. On the letter s it is, at least we shall hope so, r.ESouncEs. J270.CC7 39 good luck in hi new home. 17th another will run from stations be- tilt time prov n trie reverse, if it does. Loans and Discount! IN ADDITION TO OBOUERIES AND t'BOVISIONS, HE KEEPS 2,973 CO Overdrafts Everything having been arranged, the ex- U. S. Bonds to aecurc circulation Miw. J as. Miller, of Fort Scott, Kantween Shelby City and Lebanon inclusive. 200,000 00 41,000 00 pectant groom in a surrey and accompa- Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages sas, who has been visiting Mrs. Lo Hayden Train will leave Shelbr City at A. M aprroTed reserve agents 4,65133 and other relatives, started on her return arrive in Louisville at 11 A. M , and return- nied by Dr. Hugh Reid and Hon. T. P Due from other National Hanks . Due from f,,C3l CS home ve'terdiy ing leave Louisville at 10.30 r. M. same Hill, Jr., drove stealthily up to the resi- Duo from State Banks and Bankers 4SC 5 3.9C0 0) Mn. S L Powers ha returned from dy. The round trip rito between Shelby dence of Mr. and Mrs. Robt S. Lytle, jast Heal Ltate, furniture) nnd fixture-- . exposes nnd taxes paU- 2,720 32 New York t brought no wifo with him. City and Brumtield, inclusive, will be aa the clock chimed the hour ol 12. A Current Premiums ruld 21,75 JS His clerk, git up the notice which wo pub $1 50; North Fork and Lebanon, inclusive, gentle tap brought the little mullljd up Checks and other ensb items 1,122 fl I figure to the window, the sash of which was Bills of other banks 80 00 lished recently, in retard to his marriage. $125. quietly removed and in another moment Fractional paper currency, ukkcli and Mu W. H. HANsroni), of the JuncThe Court of Claims reelected Mrs. 71 77 pennies she wa being borne in tbe arms of her Specie tion City irnild, which he is making a Rue Holmes as keeper of the Poor-Hou5 009 00 very newsy and rradahlo paper, was hero for a term of three yeara at $05 per year lover to the vehicle, which they entered nnd trnJer notes 5,310 00 Wednesday nnd honored us with a ell. He for adult pauper and $10 for children. drove mpidly to Junction City. The air Iteileinptlou fund vettn U. S. Treasurer 9,C00 00 j he Is succecdinc btvond his expecta- Mr. R Csrson bid $10 less for adults, but waa crisp with fros'., but "when the heart i (5 r cent, of cliculatlon) Total tion, in his new liald. .JSl 0.7 S3 the court very wisely took into considera- warm, ice and frost will do no harm" and I.IABI LITI KS. they were there before they realized how Masteiwon Peytov, K'n , left tion the excellence of Mrs. Holmex' Capital Mock paid In J250.000 00 After a wail, which Surplus Fund Monday night without telling n 7,000 00 and tbe improved appearance of cold it really was. soul Where he was going, but it is intimated the county's property since she took posses- seemed to the runaways an age. the 2.30 Undivided profits. 0.JC9 67 179,600 00 expres came along and they were soon fly- National Bank Notea outstanding that he lin gone to Washington to set up sion of it and by n vote of lOju 3 retained Individual Deposits subject to check 131,94) C3 with that application for a consulship to her. She is a most excellent and deserving ing towards their Gretna Green. A tele Certified checks COO 00 Hayti or sme other country. National Banks 5,6'Jt 81 woman and a most accomplished one with- gram to Jack Bellman, the well known Due to other Banks 32 14 Due to State and Bankers c Mn. A. J Norms, proprietor of the al. Her letter to the court submitting catcher, brought him with a hack to South Notes and bills 14,991 40 which the lovers and Dr. Reid Louisville, Hon e, Ash Orovc, Mo , and an exten her bid is an exceedingly Fund to pay U. S. Taxes 535 94 one sive real estate agent, was here y.'Jterday. and compares favorably with anything we took for Jeflcreonvillc. Mr. Bellman had Total S5M027 S3 He is a native of this county and was the ever raw of the klcd We extend our con made the necessary arrangements there and STATK OF KENTUCKY, 1.. County of Lincoln, nijutantof the Halls (lip Itciimtnt, but gratuUtionsto the handsome widow on the by 9 o'clock Dr. Penny was able to tele i I, Mcllolert', Cashier of has been gone for over 'JO years and hardly compliment that the court paid her by a graph to his father, Mr. A. R. Penny: "I bankJno. J.solemnly swear that above named do tho above reconlz-Ktatement is true to thebrctol my knowledge nnd am now a married man," an accommodathis old stamping ground. Dr. V. M. Doora was Udlcf. JNO. J. McItOBEUTg, Ownler. e physician on a bid of$97.50 ing 'Squire having tied the connubial Sul'scrlled and sworn to letore. me this 7th day LOCAL MATTERS. W. M. BltKIUT.N. IN L. C. over Dr. J. F. Pettus who bid $71 and Dr. knot. The funny part of the business is ol Oct , 1633. Correct Attest. Brick. Two hundred and fifty thou Stephenson, whose bid exceeded $100. Dr. that Miss Julia, who ia only 15, and was ac ") J. 8. Hockkb, for sale by Hugh Reid, physician to the jail, costomed to short diesses, had to steal one and, hard and II. C. llRiour, Directors. was also D. W. Yandkvker J of her eisterV, Mr j. Lytle, which of course Henry Baughman. re elected, receiving 10 votes to Dr. 3. D. B. EJmlston was unanl-mouil- y was much too large for her, and with other Now is your opportunity to buy a bug2sTO. 2917. County Treasurer and borrowed apparel made up a very unique gy. We are selling all goods at actual coat ostume. Returning to Louisville they REPORT OF THE CONDITION - qualified with J. 8. Hacker and E P. Oivb-leand csrriage until 0:t. 1st. Bright A Curran. as securities. The salary of Rev. J. rent to the Alexander Hotel and a dresa OP TIIK- maker waa at onci sent for, who proceeded Mr. J. W. Rout is keeping my stock up A. Ibgle, a Superintendent of Common to fi: the young bride out in a dresa more National Bank of Hustonville. in first clna style and is daily receiving Schools, was fixed at $000. An order made suitable to the new position in life she had l dnring my sickness. J. W. at the June term directing the Sheriff to .new Dr. Rdd returned yesterday In the Htato of Kentucky, nt tho close of pay to tic Stanford, Dix River, Garrard assumed. Hy-en- . business Oct. 1, 1885. morning and tells ua that tbe couple ia to County and White Oik School-HousTHEBryant wishing anything in my line Turnpike Co. Thote arrive this morning and make the St $3,512,50 waa recinded on nnso u nc es. should call end examine my splendid stock BUSINESS COLLEGE. 379,300 12 Slrnttoii. the company' inability to meet Asaph their home till the "clouds roll by.1' Loans and discounts of Millinery. It in not only the largest the conditions of 1,719 93 the contract, and the The tender age of the beautiful little bride Overdrafts Mock ever brought to this place hut the 20,000 01 DundstosccuroClrculatlon.. money waa orderel to ha turnsJ oyer to ia the principal reason of the obiectiona to U.S. 407 93 Due from approved reserve agents Short-banBanilrg, Arithmetic, Ac. It Is the only Penmanship, most select. Mrs. Moody Hardin. the treasurer to be used in paying 'claims her marriage, but aa alio will out grow that, Duo from other National Banks 2,932 37 Collogeln this section wherein Book keeping is taujht as books are kept by the best and we advise everybody to be philosoph1,310 31 Beal Estate, Furnlturo and fixtures We understand that Eld. lhllou and Dr. and in the extinguishment of the countv 133 20 bankers, anil a thorough practical knowledge of account given. Has tho largest and best arranged ical and fdsl that "what can't be cured, Current expenses and taxes paid .......... Bourne are endeavoring to obtain signa- debt. The court adopted an order 74 99 Dr. Penny ia a Checks and other cash Items to have the gospel preached must be endured." graduates testify to tbe above. Gradutures to a. paper, binding the signer to supBanks 1,400 CO rooms of any Cotlcgo In tho West. Thousands ol nicceroful Bills young dentist, fully Sicleof other capable and popular , 4,081 85 port all prohibition nominees. It wax not to those Innia'ci of the unates have no trouble In obtaining good situations. Call cr address notea 2,000 00 able by physical infirmitlea to attend servi- competent to provide for hia sweet little Logal-tndcrowded with names at last accounts. "" & wife and we hay n't the aligntest doubt that Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer College, ces at church. County Judge T. W. Vgr 9)0 00 i per cent, of circulation) frost, whioh looked in the low non was A heavy Cor. Third and Jellerson, LOUISVILLE, KY. allowed $750 and County Attorney she will be the making of him. 3111,038 73 Total htd visited them, D. R Cirpenter $585 for lands Ilka n, snow-stortheir service for Cure Northern seed wheat (or sale bj glistened in the Wednesday morning's siin'a the year. The LIABILITIES. order subscribing money Geo D. Wenren. Capital Stock paid in ?50,000 00 rays Tlie mercury ur.ippeu to .i- - anu ice for the Carpenter's Station and Hiutonviilc fund 3,010 CO democratic journals Surplus formed in eomo localities. It wa. ton la'p Turnpike Co. waa Some Roodf-Rooi- l 2,11 J 23 Undivided profits recinded, owing to its should National Bank notes outstandln; to do a (treat deal of damage. 13,000 CO failure to comply with certain conditions. thiuk it awful that a democrat S9,SC7 10 Wheti bo Individual Deposits subject to check criticise President Cleveland. Our only announced candidate for ne- - Five county bonda of $500 cash, having MEllOIIAXT TAILOH. 1,197 w conducts hid office bb a democrat ehould Duo to other National Banks sesaor, Mr. J. M Johnson, was n depu- been psid, were destroyed in the preeence 3111,093 73 Total andenerfcetically "turni the rascal out," ty under the present assessor end did liia of the court. Tho court finally Bdjjurned I have received and stlil receiving the Gaxtte will heartily indorse him and bTATK OF KENTUCKY, 1 "' work moet excellently. Hia books were Wednesday f fcr having allowed something County of Lincoln, Shelbjville (Tenn.) Gtzetet. not before. made out without an error an the following over $3,000 for claims against the county. I, J. V, llocker, Cnshler of tho nbovo named deputy county This ia in excesa of Inst yew'a amount of A Texas gul accidentia fell into the wa- Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement from Mrs. John Main, la true to thelw-- u of my knowledge and lellef. on Comprising the best tn tho market, which vlll be e'erk, which he U very proud of, wlllnhow; pjrinpa $1,000, but the Incresas ia explain- ter and was eo nearly drowned that J. W. IIOCKEU, Cashier. "I havej'JBt finished proving your books ed by the increase in the School Commiswai difficult. She declared that Sudscrlbed and sworn to lfuro mo this 7tb day Qotton Up ia Stylo nnd Moko Second to Nono in City or Country: O. F. I'EACOCK, N. 1 and I did not find ( hingle mistake. Mr. sioner' salary mid by an unusually libual her Beruatior.s had been delightful, and of Oct., ISsS, Correct Attesti Giro Mo u Trial. Blaia think you ought to know how nice allowance on physician's claims for prac- sh'e blamed her friends for revirinR her. J.V.VKATIIEnW)BD ' I think it is, as it is a rare thing to find one tice on poor people, to some of which Mr. A few day? later sbo deliberately drowned Directors. J. J". ItiPPK. Cupoter very properly took exception. of tlieia without errois." heraelf. T. J.KOIllkOM, d Attend Mr. Truehenrt'n msj of person altr on Siturdty ntxt, in front of tbe court a iiif i -- im mas. first-clas- 3 ... 8T0M thor-ougb- ly Court-Hou- se C3-- U Skmi-Weekl- Sale of Jennets, Jen-net- td Stai. 1705. M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, a." wiwisToin), & STAGG, m Stanford, Ky., k 1 aSl We TBCJE CHEAP aBOOBB. T. R. WALTON, o w I U-s- r O 1. w H FIRST of TvrsiroitT. 0. And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. Tin-- , Glass- - 1 and Queensware, To bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, se man-ajrme- nt Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. Slates, Pencils, Pens and Holders, Ink, &c. Km-pir- well-writt- School Supplies: Baskets, Bags, a Poor-Hous- well-burne- m Bro-naug- h's y -- Corner Main and Somerset Sts. is the best place to buy. -- go-x- e iil g, LOUISVILLE Type-writin- g, -- appro-prtating?2- 1 Poor-House- Louisvillo Bryant Stratton Businoss H. C. RUPLEY, ,. NBV GOODS FOK FALL &WINTEX reem-cltati- US rti Orrt,v Wm, T. Gray and Lime EIK obtained Lancaster. A W. Beailey bought of W. J. Loyd one license to marry on Monday evening, Cuhllnheil TttCHilav and Friday On Danville atreet, In Stanford. Tho lot contalm Workmen are engaged in making fancy harness horte for $110, WILLIS E. BARNETT two acres and has oil It a romlortablo dwelling, Mr. W. D Blakemen and Miss Mary much needed repairs to several of the stable. splendid clitern corn crib, Candidate lor the office of Jailer of Lincoln and a large number of fruit and oruameo. tal treei Iia E, Anderson were married last Tuesday. county, subject to primary election. 44.00 crossings on Main street. This la ono of th moat desirable residence! In tho place. Fur toima mi J further particulars, apply to Mr. II. C&rlnright has opened a watch Both are residents of Garrard. mi paid itilctlj In advance. If we hTe to JOIIX Jt. I'illUVS, Stanford. The Owsley Rifles is the name of our repairing establishment on the oat eide of T. D. SEWLAM) ait tar tlm. 83.50 will b charged. Singer Sewing Machine room on Main military company. Mr. E. W. Lillard will Ii a candidate forSturlfl or Lincoln county, aub SUBURBANYHOME. be captain and W. J. Kinnaird and J. II, Jeet to the actlonofthe democracy. street. W. P. WALTON. The residence of Mr. Jas.Slaughter, was Brown lieutenants. FOR SALE OR RENT. W. L. DAWNON Capt. Mike Salter has been appointed entered and a gold watch, $17 in money, a Haifa mile from 5Mln Blreet, (Stanford. The RELIGIOUS. r guager by Collector Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County, sub houie, entirely new,conUtmSrooma, cellar, front and suit of clothes and porue jewelry stolen. No ject 10 1 n action or in uemocratio party. and back porchea. All necessary outbuildings. BronBton. K. A. Uurnside nu been apLotcontalna 10 arret. Bait varlalrat fruit nl all Rer. A. 8. Moffett will preach at Hub clue to the'.thlef. kinds lath county, In full bearing. Call on or John L. Spears' colt, O'Fallon, won pointed U. 8. Commissioner for this district SAM. M. OWENS tonville ot 3 P. M. next Sabbath. addrcwa, TitOS. UIVIlARItS, 6l-la a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, eub- HUtnlord. Ky. F. 8. Pollitt will preach at Row- the race and the puree of $300 at Latonia, by Judge Birr of Louisville. The National Bank sold a portion of Ject ts the action of the Democratic party, Monday. It is the opinion of the race land next Sunday at 3:30 o'clock. The colored Christians are holding a horse men here that O'Fallon has a bright the John Burnside farm, containing 160 K. . WARREN acres to Nixon Perkins for $50 per acre. District Conrention here which is largelj future before him. for the office of It is fun for a number of noble youths The remaining 199 acres were sold to Geo. Is a Candidal Attorney ot theto 8th Judicial Dis- Haying openedourup a lumber yard In the rear of attended. atore, we are now trict, subject to tho action of the Democracy. in Danville to tie grains of corn to strings Dalle w, of Madison, at $55 The religious revival at North Prepared to Furnish any kindjof Lumber Mr. W. C Wberritt and wife, who Iburbon county, has reaulted in C9 and lay them in the street to be swallowed firttai er.ltt tint 1t imttlirMt.,tal la u,, s.bikmVuST nt.lM a iln.Ullii In the rough. I'oitsof all kinds, Shingles cut, ! of Versailles arrivd rriatlrl ikM by unsuspecting ducks. Whether the was Mira Lixzle Bailey, Sale Small Farm additions to the Christian church. aawed and ihayed. Alio Agente for theDanrlll ( U10 Ik, thill t itM ,.it ik filM mVul Planing Mills. . Rev. J. M. Bruce has recovered suff- ducks enjoy the joke has not been definitely ed at the home of the groom's parents, Mr. wka ooMh! llh ih. tfttitm atci' MM V"'1" ..,. on ItlHUtlT 4b CVRIIAX. and Mr. W. H. Wherritt, Thursday even Bituated VA mllea from Btanlord high the Danville iciently from his recent illness to have an ascertained. in lTl?lo Cmiftdi Knit, o, state of culpike, containing 43W Acre. In a Mrini, ik. 1...II.,,, r.n.-- lr fJf Don eWv elegant re- tivation, new dwelling with a rooma and kitchen. Caaa Cratjl. A considerable number of Danville ing where they were tendered an nounced that be will preach at the BapfiTr'"f c!,.k g "i m rioM. a anrlogs. Ac. Add'eea ... two . . a J. Masons will leave this (Thursday) evening-in- g ception. 11 . it. ma iisua, otantoru, .Mm U....II1. WAtTEHA.TATtOR.AtlaauroT. tist church as usual Sunday. Mlssea Mamie Alexander, of Minnefor Somerset, where the 3J degree is to hi1.'!;.""""1"" HtTLay - VHeeleei A protracted meeting will begin at ''Mtlii.,,"W7 '""' TMlMDressed Pine Flooring, Gelling, Weather next Sanday. 'JLbe pas- bo conferred on several candidates. Mr, apolis, Minn., and May Furgerson, of CovChristian church FOR RENT. Both lor aale by Dr. M. L. DOUUNK. Boards, Finishing Lumber, Green Stanford. Sara Anderson, H. G. Sandlfer, of the Danville lodge is ington, are guests of Miss tor will begin the meeting but will be Lnmbor in the Rough, including Maeon in Central near town. Mr.R. II. Bitson and family -- MY HOUSE AND LOTafter Tuesday night by Rsv. C. P. probably tho brightest Laths and Shingles. Kentucky and probably in the whole State. returned from Kansas Wednesday evening. On Danyllle Ayenue, In Stanford. The house conWilliamson, of Richmond. is in the tains 7 rooms, cellar and porch. Lot well ImprovKortheronrenlcnceof our cuitonirre In HtJii- Geo. Cowan has completed his medi Mr. J. A. Brewer, of Lebanon, ed, stable with 6 stalU, buggy houae, wagon abed, ford and ylclnltr The Northern Methodist Kentucky we hare arranged with Geo. coal and amoke house and a clitern, all , H'riirrn to keep on his yardaanaiaotlmcot Conference embraces in its membership 82 cal studies in New lork and returned to citr. new and In good repair. Enquire on preralaoa. of our Lumber, whtti ther can gel It u cheap aa w- -t Mies Fannie West entertained u party traveling preachers, 160 local preachers, his home in this place. Judge F. F. Fox it. from u direct. 11a will alao tuaka eallmate for any bills not on hanJi. which we will fill on short The and family, of Louisville, are here on a vis- of friends in a rlaht royal manner at the 2G 000 members and 290 churches. nolle. M ELVIS b XM VIS, JJ-Ita be- it to Judge Fox's father's family. Miss residence of her father in this county, on churches are valued at $375,000. uiy, Ky. A sumptious sup- Bottle Dillon has returned from a lengthy Tuesday evening last. nevolent collections amount to $5,000 ana.li visit to Mrs. F. E. Clelland, of Keokuk, per was spread and everything went merry nuollr. In Rsv. Henry Clay Morrison, the bright Iowa. Mr. El S. Rowland, of Chicago, is as a marriage bell. The young ladies pres- I will deliver Ics to regular customers at Stanford and vicinity eiery moral ng young pastor of the 11 th street Methodist in town. ent were Mia Cotton, Boyle county; Miseea - ONE CENT PER POUND The colored Presbyterian church on Minnie Walker. Hallie Welch, Nellie Galchurch Covington, passed on to Mt. SterAccount! due at the clow ot each month, or Fan- tovitvuu ,twAtiaT j ChicacoHtKs- Deer-in- g Walnut street has been remodeled and legher and the charming hostew, Mia ling Monday to assist Rev. John R. when cuitomer quits. is-e, II ARROW. meeting. We were in painted on the inside and painted and nie. A delegation of town dude attended in a ptotracted & NM O. O. Through Coachoa and Pullman hi j church Sunday evening and called with penciled on the outside and altogeiher pre- - and were universal in their praises of the Bleeping Cars him at his boarding house. He is greatly sents a handsome appearance. Tbe church affair. J. OTTENHEIMEB, From appreciated by his congregation and fellow will be dedicated one week from next Sun-naCrab Orohard, Ky. Ihh1mt11Io Io Clilcugo, PAIN! LICU, GARRARD COUNTY. OrrostTB Conar-HoDParis Kentuckian, on which occasion Rer. Frederick boarderi. his DANVILLE, - - - KENTDOKT, Cincinnati la Culcafre, Mr. Willi Adams, 8r., celebrated Bishop McTynire'a figures in his new Stuart, an educated minister from Lancasbirthday on the third. Notwithsixty-sixtbook show that io Alabama and Mississippi ter, Pa., will be installed as pastor. alwara oa ImllntmpollH fo Chicago. OHIO & MISSISSIPPI H. W Meals are Mryed at all hour a. Gam rainy disagreeable day, band and In lie aeaaon, oyatera freah flah, and aim-li95 per Mrs. Lucy Welsh, principal of the standing it was a the Baptists and Methodists have dellcaeiei eerred In all style and on short The Direct KouU to THBOUGH TIME TABLE cent, of the church membership, in Georgia public school dropped a tmall satchel on forty-fivpersons partook of the bountiful notice. Look out for thlgn"Woodbln BeaUu-ranMr. and call when you are hungry. 94, in Florida 93, in South Carolina 91, in the street Wednesday morning which con- dinner prepared by Mrs. Adams. VlaLouliTllle: Jb CO., F. II. MAHOXIlEI31F.ilDanvllI, Ky. Lonisiana 90, in North Carolina SG, in tained among other things $G in money. Adams has 13 children, 37 grand children . Le. LouIerllU..M. IJ 44 a ml S SOP m in Virginia cl. in tne eigtu principal Whea it was afterwards found in the pos nd he ears he can throw down bow any Arr. 20a tu Northwest and South weal by th way of ISM " Chicago... zup m 8 00 a ni Southern States these two denominations session of a negro boy the money was miss- young man ol his size in the county. FARM FOR SALE. JeOPlBVUsIiEerOIXOiyifATl. have almost a monopoly of church mem- ing. The boy, however, produced witnessVia Cincinnati.- This little village haa undergone some I offer bership. es who said that they saw bim when he changes since we left it some seven months between for sal my Farm ol112S Acres, Itmidway la la Lra. Cincinnati Turnerarllle and McKlnney. t SO am ii p m Tminq P".10 and attanoos torLou-i" IndlanapolU. ..... The Christian Obtsntr (Southern Pres- picked the satchel up and opened it and ago, in the way of improvements. Mrs. F. good condition, well lniprortd, has brick boua (12 45 pro 11 top tu All Cincinnati mak. and all the neceatary outbuilding. Apply to or Arr. Chicago. . ....... s in p m 6 M a m iiwim ttxijfbt. byterian) says. "Probably the most pain- that there was no money in it at that time. L. Adams haa built a residence adjoining addrre uie at McKlnney, Ky. wu.w T Mississippi for tit UfcUly. tDallyacpt Sunday. iAuie and all points Wret. ir. A. IIA BILTOX, ful feature of our statistical table is the Hugh Cowherd, a young here store room and moved Into it. She t LouIeyllU V sura your ticket read ya tbe 10 TTnilr3 Onl7'roia - Lo"". ifloaror hour picture it sets before us of a dwindling farmer of the west end of tbe county, has rented her beautiful cottage to Mr. Will ,0 Httwo jiulfkrr than any other lino. 3lrl0 ministry. In 1880 we had 1,139 ministers become insane. A few nights ago he left Ward. Mr. John Parks has built a large MONON and licentiate?; now, although the member- his home barefooted and bareheaded while tobacco barn. Mr. Ike Arnold has bought (L. . A. A C. U'y) aa It Is Ih quickest, the best ship hat meanwhile grown by 15,000, only a cold rain was falling and wandered to the the old Kirkindall property and made a Alt persons Indtbted to W. M. Ball, dre'd, will and moat dlract line to Chicago and points coats and trouble by settling a t one with tr e 12Hours Quicker To Omaha andany in the Northwest. than by 1'433." In fifteen years the Cumberland houses of eeveral neighbors. He came cozv home out of it. There are some new are Ticket via the Monon Itout on sale at all rirln- - In jolnj by way Zt Chicago. underitgned. Presbyterians have increased 400 ministers near being shot by one of them who firms, Rice & Evans, dealers in general rlpal ticket Office. For rate, mam an.! lull In J. A. IsVTLK, formation, addrtaa and 50,000 members. thought he was a burglar as be tried to merchandise, are holding forth at Baston's Administrator of W. M. UaJl. WU. . BALDWIN, O, r. A,, Chicago. Following are the Northern Methodiet raise a window and would not answer when old stand, the firm used to be Rice A A. J. O'llEILLY, O. . A.,'Louli?ll!e. Always make appointments for the Islington District: Oa spoken to. Mr. Cowherd is a married man Smith; the firm of Ward & LaUs has ben R. Pulley, Preaidinz Eider; Bethel, B. F." with a family, his wife being a daughter of changed to Ward Brothers. They are run- Sale. Con BUD Whiteman; College Hill, J. 8. Taylor; Co- Thomas Cotton, q. ning in connection with their other dusi As Admlnlitratorof the relate of W, M. Ball. lumbia, B. C. Gentle; Cumberland (City, to Dr. A. R. McKee, Mr Logan McKee ness a saddle and harness shop. Mr. C. dee'd, 1 will aell at public auction at bis late resiWith all Lines at Only Lin via be sapplied; Danville, J. S. Postal; and Mr. Theo. Tunis went fishing Wednes- Shumate is still driving along at the same dence near Walnut Flat, 8t. Louii and Intermedial Pointi Thorn 8. Burr; Highland, Har- day in the waters of Dix River. Mr. Tu- old Htand, with Jim Barnes, the boss of all On Wodnosday, Octobor 11, 1885, ry D. B irce't; Lexington, J. T. Walker; nis caught one fnh 32 inches long, Mr. clerks, behind his counter. So FcrrlvH, o OiiiulliiisTruuH. Mr. W. 8. All hla Ilouaebold and Kitchen Furclture, FarmMidaleburg.J.M Oiver; Nicholasville, W McKee one 17 inches in length and the Wearen, the livery man, bai sold out to ing Implements, S00 buihela of Coal, M corda of Baltimore, Philadelphia and Now Wood, 7S Cedar Foats, S,500(wt of PopB. Birnett; Somerset, E. C. Pollard; J. M. party caught 17 altogether. Mr. Wesley Billy Wearen, Jr. and gone to Hot Springs lar Lumber, SJO and Locuat Oata, 2,000 York City, of buihtla of an.?Sn,..Br,i,?..y-i".I,E!.-..B! WITH TUaotoll Oata.alotofCura In the Held, 1 Hack otllay, 1 Coot was granted a supernumerary rela- Durham was in Casey county Wednesday n " " Mr. A. B. Ely, the yoke of Cattle, 4 milk Cowi, C Heifers, i rirllDg in search of health. """ ekulhwrat. tion. taking depositions in tbe case oi Coulter vs. jolly buggy maker has added to his buggy Biters, t Calrea,2 Home, 10 I'lgs, 10 Hogs, 3 J I'ltfs, ii you are going Wist to any p. let, ci! on or HOBueop. ot Blackimlth'e Tooli, 1 Dvertng ma 10 in undersigned. Only Line rla HUSTONVILLE. LINCOLN COUNTY. Steele, pending in the Casey Circuit Court. business a large lot of farming implements Mower and lset Ueaper, and various article found oa a i.n4.?1U.1?.U naUon In regard to well conducted farm. Alao. at tbeaaue time and Klcliiiinud, Old Polut Comfort (Hrgeia iVn dc. Wratern Mtatrs, cjuldia Lyons' pumpkin is beaten. Al. Burns Mr. L F. Struve returned from Harrison so he can furnish anything now from a gar place th Distillery Mill and Fixtures. S barrels of and lowest aprclal rale (or Tlckeu Man,, .Nenport News, Hotel) nnd 21. C. Mock, of this den hoe to a twine binder. Oood to all pomu Wesl call on or He haa pur- tax paid Whisky and 123 barrela of Whisky In brought in one measuring 73 inches around county yesterday. addrm one, two ami ttiree years out. bona, O. H. ALSO!'. county, has twenty Messenger Chief colts chased the lot of Wm. Anderson, adminisThews: All auras under 10, cash; orcr that In toonecllon with Old Uoulnlin Stearuihlpe to and weighs 102 lbs. l'assenger Ag't Oblo A Mlaalsslppl Ballyy ay, amount, crcditot three months, with iu.ercst from just veaned. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Dais trator ol the late R. M. Argo, and convert- dayofsale. CMd John McAlister's little bay, who was ... ."V."1!1!:, 7 W. W.PPannnv J. A. IjYTIjK, Admr. ilan'gr. ' J VEiS.. partialis paralyzed by a fall, is regaining will spend the winter in Washington City. ed it into a turnip patch. The burnt dis.. . TAllIS, Cintral Paaaenor Agent. Mr. A. J. Rice, of this vicinity, shipped to trict is still an eye sore to the town, but we the use of his arm and leg slowly. Cincinnati, Ohio And Merchants and Miners Steamship Lino to Joe Coffey's house was burned on Mon Orlando, Fla., Tuesday, twenty good couth- - are told it is to be sold eoon and it is to be day; contents, generally, saved. Insurance ern horses. Mr. John Brers accompanied hoped that some enterprising man will buy KENTUCKY GEHTfiUL $C00. Oa the same day the house of John them. Miss Mamie Metcalf, of Atlanta, it and put up a nice building. B. Tbtpuuh Trains frcm Winchester, Ky., to Ga , is in town on a visit to friends. CjfTmsn, near Wyatt SaodidgeV, was burnof the scientific A learned writer in one "IIIue-OruH- H KANAWHA PALLS, ed wish all h contained. Letting Up on Liquor. Statistics re- magazines claims that death by hanging is E. H. BURNSIDE, WHITE SULPHUR SPIIINGS Shortest and Ouiokest Route from Oeu The Southern Bkmat is opposed to feder cently collected show that the people of the the most humane method of putting crimiKentuoky Points North, Well Known And other Famous Virginia Springs and Pleasure tral Last, West to allSouthwe&t. This Old al ail b;ing given the Southern States for United State, who now number not lets nals out of the world that has yet been Resorts. and than 55,000,000, consumed a smaller quan Still Maintains observations of educational purposes It believes each From numerous Fast Lino Ilelwe n IIuitHnC, rishlng. ILithlng and all kinds of reHigh Hoputation, comwnqity Is capable of maintaining its tity of spirituous liquors In 1SS4 than they executions, and careful computations of LEXIXGTON A CISCISSATI creation for the tourist, Invalid or sportsman. AND Tld lino runs through tho Alleghany MounPchcduMn Effect May 10. 18J, own schools. That it very boldly expresses did in 18G0, when they numbered 31,000,-00time required for the sensor nerves to car tains, on tbe banks ol U'autlful rlrerssnd termi- , Us opinion is evidence that the South is diIn I860 the total amount of spirits ry the feeling to tho brain, he thinks the Iti Proprietor ii Determined that nates on Ko. J, I T7o. K'o.ir' it Shall bo Second to no Conn try THE SI3.1 Sl'Olti:. vided on the subject. "Eiuaition," it says, manufactured in this country was about pang occasioned by the fall is very brief, Hotel in the State in its Tare, Ex. Hun. I)j- Kx. Bun. Cara on Day Trains. Itegular Olrervalton u gallons. The imports afier de- and places the time which a man is connotV Federal aid, not by voluntary contick eta rochI for Appointments, or Attenall can lx com- Lv. Covington t 10 a in 8 10 pin 2 00 pm bined without oxlM expeuso. l'ur full luforua-Hoducting exports, increased this amount to scious of this own feelings, after bringing to Comfort of tribution even from outside sources, but tion Pari 10 IS a iu In 4fl i n? 5 20 i m rates at Hotels, aiulyslsofMiilldDal Springs, Arr. Lexington. .. 12 13 p tu, II V'O pu their Gnesti. Pullman bleeping Car apace, Tickets, Ac, call 011 6 10 p m eductrtioa supported bv local and by State over 80,000,000 gallons. In 1S81 the total up at the end of the rope at .025 of a secor addreM ivi" 'l'- -: taxation, Anything else is a delusion and production, increased by importation and ond, in other wods, a man who is hanged, UagKaa; til' .V'nchMl" I""aulOJJti ,n fl 2.1 pin W. b. McnOHUUTS, W. II. WIIITTLMEV, 20 Pin 11 00 pm c 10 ii m rflll beconreyed to and from the de TTckot Agent, " 2 09 Tur. Pasaengcr Agt. snare. The of cry Federal aid is mislead- decreased by exportation, amounted to only Iibb his senses just one fortieth of a second mi 7 M pn-free of chare;. Npeelal accommodatloaa Hlanfurd, Kj, " Uncastor Louisville, Ky. t SO pm ,....."..'"."; to Commercial Traveler. The liar will " lialand O. V. (SM11H, ing) it is injurious It undermines the prop- 73,000,000 callons. A: against thene H. W. FtlLLKB, SlOpuii after the line is taut. . always supplied with tne choicest f)n'l Uanagor, Uen'J I'usa'r Ac'l. brandsof Llaiors and Clears. ures are to bs set thcee of the brewers and Lv. Illchmoiid....,, '.' OJ p til er ayirit of independence or Hlehiarnit Vlivlnla. Arr. Berei E XO p in The Boston Glole says: "Well, we ai D. G. LDWAKD3, What we nsed now is local self- - makers of American wines. In 1800 cur " Livingston 00 a in Oeo'J Wcatern lsiiger Agent. Cincinnati, O. anrrv if the Muffwumo can't stay with us which will among all classes population consumed 100.000,000 gallons government we shall have to bear it. Noant-nooNKo.ll No.S slhreHgtben the spirit which says, 'We are of malt liquors and 1,800,000 gallons of do- any longer, but 'No. 1 President Cleveland, however, waa the able to take care of ourselves.' When the mestic wines. In 1884 our production of Lvo. Livingston. choice of 5,000,000 of democratic 00 a uiL., Physician Surgeon, " iterea storm a wept over Charleston, destroying malt liquors had risen to 500,000,00(1 of .'10 n am freemen before the Mugwump joined his Arr. lllchmond II 45 a ml.... thousands of dollars worth of property, the gallons, and of native wines the production Lve. lliwlanl ... standard, and ho will continue to be hearti7 lfi a till, nation read with trembling of the disaster, had risen to over 17,000,000 gallons. " Lmcaiter .. 8 03 a ml Danville, Ey. ly sustained in the good work of redeeming Office on 4th St., Arr. lltchminl II 00 am and walbjd to hear a cry for assistance. Memphla, Tcnn., Nov. 11, 1SSI. 1 was one 01 me goou Lve. Illrlimond the Government from the accumulated C 00 a m nine (toys from a 1 2a p I bay tried Bradfinld's Fvioale Ilegulator, nnd an. None came. And when offer of assistance 7 00 a mi 2 2J lYiucnoeicr Sunday school near Boston who gave this abuses of republican misrule after the Mugaim., And It splendid, and all you claim for It. Paris 8 03 a ra 3 19am ., was made, the people of Charleston as interpretation to a verse taught by his wump Ephraim has rejoined himself to his Piles nutl FlHtulu Perfectly ltojpcetfully, Haitik a. Lowk. Lre. Lexington .! 7 aa a m 'i 30 n ml 1 sn n. xratefojly and proudly said, 'Wo have no Cured. Lvo Pari 8 18 a in S 23 P teacher: "Behold a greater man than ISol- - idols, and resumes his old place as the ruf mi 1 S.1 nm Arr. Covington . 11 SO a u n nft .. need of it; we will care for our own.' This Due Wtat, 8. C, Nov. 17, 1831. muv iu 6 61 pat oman is here! ' "Hold a grater to 's fle of respectability on the bosom of the I have nad one bottlo of your Female Hegular was the spirit of the old South; let us in eail'' When at a loss to give the No Knifo, Ligaturo or Caustic and eo rcoommend It to the public oa being n spo- bloody ehtrt MAT.STULE HKANtlll. all tbiagB, make it the spirit of the new." cillp for the dlseaaiisof womeu. "Cain" to a question relative to that Uaod. Splendid banquets are often failures. Yours truly, IIxsiKa Siiitii. No.al, p7o7837 The piper on which all the Oxford Bi individual, the teacher, to jog his memory, Ddilr Foote thus deecribea one: "As to splen Dallr Bmlthland, Texaa, Nov. H, 1831. bles are printed is made at the university's asked, "What does a man walk with?" x. 8uo. Hx. Bun. &dntie it, there Treatment Mild, No DetontionMrom I havo btea taking your Female Ilegulator and Lv Wolvercote. Oxford Bible pa- Quick m a flash came the reply, "A wo- dour, aa far as it went, I own mill at Covington., 200pm think It a great mtdlclne. liavo recommended Is wan a vetj fine sideboard of (date; and if a " Ixlnglon. Easiness. 7 23 a ra 4 S3 pm per is a specialty. The thinnest paper man." s aril . to aoyeral cd my friends, who have used It with man could have evrallowed a silversmith' May.vllloZ """""'"" l.n X ? .mi Arr that oin poruibly be made opaque is tbe most hippy results. a iu innm " It is not a crime to steal watermelons enough to aatisfy- - him; but ours truly, F, M. Wiiatlkv. desideratum, and rags only are used at from the vine is the opinion of a South shop, there was No. ft 1 Cure Certain and Permanent. Xo all the rest, the mutton wess white, tbe as to "ally Dally Wolvercote. 0!d tail cloths, being made Carolina court, Thus one by Wrstervllle, T,exas, Nov. 11, 1631. Cure, No Pay. Ex. Hun.lKx. Bun one the veal waa red, the fish waa kept too long, of linen, are in great request there, and tbe rights of the negro are being Having used your Female Ilegulatur with great Lve Mayarlll9. recognized in the TenUon not kept long enough; to sum Mpm succcas, and fiso the Mother's Filcud with thj Arr I'arla composition of more or less of all the paper the South, and the era of justice, .. 8 10a mi sispm mercy up all, everthing was cold except the " Loxinirton.... 0 10a m: 6 10 nm Speoial Attention also Given to Chron same rasglt, I send you my tbanki and best wishio Oxford Bibles. There are huge and peace seems to haze wi goylng.ton :.,..ln 30ll come and brought ice, and everything eour except the vinees. I think eretr female should know of this 00 pm ic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, piles 0 this old material gathered in after its knitting. boon If) vfinati, namely: llradfleld'a Female llegu Minneapolis Tribune. gar." NK'::Trl!ln,3D,, lator and the Mother's Friend. ' 'lal'7 between Win. battine with all tie breezji io all the sea '"PL0" As well as all Disease peculiar to Women. 0"itnS Mrs. Jaiiks TlionrsoK. Respqcllully, Advertisement, The Hon. Becj. F. Butto koowa and Under heaven. They are torn iato shreds can be moderate. Owe Roy. S. Beazley. The above acknowledges a fact when he butts his head of Charges and will be Dr. N. at hla consulted free nolNV?nlhrtlrT.1Sdft0n "J Pr"' J and beatpo into pulp, and bleached, diawn Linton, Ua Nor. 10, 1631. charge lound offlco at all young gentleman has filed and sworn to a against it, ''The mistake I made in run- times tur tho rxt three months. I have been uilng yourFtmale Ilegulator for soma out iato beautiful white sheets, to be printBy permission he refan to the following gen- - time with fhe best of results, and llndlt to bo Just Huntington, ed on, afted oil again to all the ends of petition against me in the Garrard courts, ning for President," he declares, "waa the Charleston, W. V... iiid tlemen.-J-. 8. Iloiley, (I, S. Irwin, and has circulated reports to the effect that running against a stone wall, I thought," Stanford. Ky.; Judge (J. F.A. Lackey, Murphy, W. what yi Cijilm for It woman's boat friend. ttieeurlli. Leo, Tom Mrs. W. L. ItKAVK. KSiectlully, r. lempie, joun si. opoonamorH, aim look, Din. I did not cettle up with bim fairly, all of he adds, "the laborers of the Rspub'Ic were vllle, Ky.; Ilev. J. A. Iloglo, JIuitoovlllr: II. Less than fifty years ago it cost for a sin(. gle letter carried not over thirty miles, six wnicn 1 pronounce falsa in every particu- morn Intelligent. Ther were afraid of me Sutton, J. 8. Itoblnson, Lancaster, Ky,; Thos. I). Wcafp constantly itoelvlng swell voluntary tea- Walker, Auruugu iicxets and baczaim rl.,vi and a half centf; leas than eighty miles, lar. I propose to fiht this matter out in because had a little properly. They were Johnson, C. C. Chrlsman, Klrksvllle, Ky.j J. H. tllOOJJT. Bryantsvllle, Ky,; J I, t'inlcl, McKlnI rtetlnalfonrVaeUTl7,,rfaSr.e,,ec,N l0 r and fifty tenceatr; less than a hundied ney: Ky.; O. J. Hosier, Lebanon, Ky,, Geo. Lew-I- s, (or our Treallso on the Diseases or Women, Sfp the courts and will ventilate end show Mr. just aa foolish aa Gould. But this ia not B.FjIl. &IOI18K, W, H. WIIITTLFJnr, miles, eighteen and three-quartCumpbellsvltle, Ky.; A. A. McOlunls, Howling laaUojl Iroo. Address cents; InA.i Trav, I'aas, Agont. "'!" s)Druii Jour hundred miles, fifteen centa. Chicago Bsazley's character up in its true colors. all, Nine out of ten of them would pell Oreen, Ky.; Oeo. Bohon, Judge J. W. Hughes, iLovington, Ky. naacriKLn ItKuULAToa Co.. AtlantivOa, Uarrodsburg, Ky.;0. 0, sbumate, McAIee.Ky. smith;. Hwpeclfully, HeialJ. D. G.SLAuairrEn. apiece." , Ky. c. w. 'rnrrai Manager. ,l W.W,WS' K' their votes fur $2 "M'.ISE, tnf-lFrw)ly f"l ( DANHLLE. BOYLE COUN1Y. OARRARD COUNTY DEPAR1UENT. J.' M. JOIIXSOX FOR SALE, PQri COUOHO Ii a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln lounty, a jl J eel to the action ol the Democracy. DesirableResidence ieh jvifNuai wood-hou- 422&M& W-l- store-keepe- Et. LUMBER YARD. vvjb.pVV U-- &mti . Mid-dlet- on, For -- 23-- tt never-fallin- -- m LUMBER! .' 'pi", SALEjm - LOGS WANTED. el j. maaixti. I will pay the highest ICE! ICE! ICE! tf iiiiih'Hh'itniinai a. price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and Hickory Logs delivered at any station of the L. K. or S. K. R. y, Masouhoimcr's Restaurant Si h ar e t" St. Louis & tho West Alfl?. hi I 1 -w well-know- ROUTE, "" 62-- tf O. & M. neotions Administrator's CISnPEnW IT. Fast Timo and Sure liar-rodshur- g, WASHINGTON, foi. IJPullmaxi Cars. ""' ...' 1 r. ''l Ei MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. and Hotel its BOSTON. I. Propr Ilouie' ' 1 BODTU-DoUN- flrst-cla- - n, 11 . j Dr. E. J. Nickerson, and j Living Witnesses Testify. . , 111 r 11 . I Bolo-man- cr KoaTli-BooM- -- w BOUTU-Cotll- rxs.jr 1 5ml I Sti'. f-- Jffifc er 29-l- u '' S:,