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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885101301 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 Weelto Itiiefii VOL. XIV. unfit NO. 64. J. 91. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1885. a mystery about the American lakes. Like Erie is only GO to 70 feet deep; but Lake Ontario is 502 feet deep, 230 below the tide level of the ocean, or as low as most parts of the Qulf of St. Lawrence: and the bottom of Lakes Huron, Michigan and Superior, although the surface is much higher, are all, from their vast depths, on a level with the bottom of Ontario. Now, as the discharge through the river Detroit, after allowing for the probable portion carried off by evaporation, does not appear by any means equal to the quantity of water which the three upper lakes receive, It has been conjectured that a subterranean river may run from Like Superior, by Huron, to Lake Ontario. This conjecture is not impossible, and accounts for the singular fact that salmon and herring are caught in all the lakes communicating with the St. Lawrence, but no others. As the falls of Niagara must have always existed, it would put zle the naturalist to say bow these fieh got into the upper lakes, without some subterranean river; moreover, any periodical obstruction of the river would furnish a not Improbable solution of the mysterious flux and retlux of the lakes. To Quell Mobs, Mobs are cowards at first. Crime always nervate. They only gain courage as they find that those whose duty it is to suppress them are themselves cowards. A mob is Hmttttihed Ttteadav and not to be feared when it is first aroused. It is only as its passion for carnage is whetH'J.OO X221l A.XHSUM ted by the taste of blood or its greed for W unpaid strictly In advance. IJ we bare to pillsge is gratified, that it becomes danger-ou- . Upon whomsoever devolve the duty wtt anv tlmii. a.OO will be charged. of suppression, let this ha his first tflfirt. Check at the very beginning; nllow no tu- Deith of AMEntOAN LAKE8. There is OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. JOHNSON I Friday W. P. WALTON. DAWN OF DAY. ISMrwjr Tbo tide's Glimmers, a Ump4d labyrinth of dreams. streams at full; tbo marsh with flooded In Lnler.J lie A rhupsoly of morning stars. Tbo sklos Bblne scant with uio forked galaxy The irsh brojt ton; loopod on bii b.oast they lie. Each winding crootc jjravo ontraucenient ' Ob, what If u sound should bo made! Ob, what If a twund should bo laid To tblt ton.Ion of beauty and sllonca To tho Und of beauty tbo bow, or tba bold of sllsnco the string! me, I fear m you do mo of diaphanI ous gleam Will break as a bubble o'erblown in a fr d d Yon doine Over-welchto- dream Over-sata- Ilut a bubble that brolto in a droam, If a bound of donxi to this nracs bi Utd, Or a sound or a iisotfon made. MR. JONE8, L, seem and of night, with itan, with Uibt. with beauty and silence, will d of twtenuous tissues of spW And How Ho Took In a Confiding Follower of Grant at Ylckaburg. (New York Cor. lliUadelphla Times. "That picture of (Jen. Grant looks Ilka him when I usod to know him," rumarkod a tall countryman ono morning as In stood before a portrait of tbo general, which him In bis army uniform and was displayed In tho show window of a llowory shop. "When did you know Oon. Grantr oskod a bystander, wbo was drotsal at a farmer. "1 knew blm in tbo war; I fought with Grant I never sbarl forgot ono night boforn Vicksbur," couUntud tbu tall uiau. "1 was on picket duty, our linos woro noar Uo robots, and wo plck.t man used to chat together, and swap Utacco, and toll itorlas all night, but whoa tho day cams we would blazo anay at each otbor Just as if we won strangers. Tbo night I spnak of it bad boon raining all day and it was chilly. Wo bad our little Unit at the potts and wero managing to pans away tbo time phuuantiy, wheal beard Uiu guard coming. I about-doro- d rp-reient- uiy mu'kot ruiU began marching up and down. We lUd'nt want tba olllours to know that we did aujrthlng to tbo rob except ipoot at them. As tbo guard camo up I saw that one of tbo soldier was Oon. Orant himself. I present arms. 'Private,1 said tho 'old roan,' as In stopped lu front of me. 'I beard you talking with eomo ono, and I think you wero talking with tho enorny.' I thought I was going to l shot for treason, 1 maile up my ijkVI not to lie about it, but solsabl, sir; 1 was cold anlbuugry and I wanted a llttto colloe and my friend over then wanted some tobacco, so we traded.' Do you mon to say that you Yt bargained with tliq wiomyT sir,' I the cMlesT bo stammered 'Did you asked. 'Vol, sir,' lsnui and 1 pointed to a pot that was bnlllnff on tbo tiro. 'Is It good coirpoT be askod, as bo walked over to tba fire. 'Yo, sir,' I answered. 'Well, we'll see about this,' said Uio general. fllve mo a cup I garo blm one and tho 'olj man' tat doAvu an I ilrruik It. When he gut through be said; ?ow, private, you liavo told tba truth; that coffins Is good, but in the future youhad bettor get yotu supplies You bjt I from our own quartorm&iitor.' was relieved wheu ba walked an. "Wero you tbo noMhsr who borrowed that cofTooP askod Hie fnrmor with lntcn4 interest. "Yes," replhd tbo tall countryman; "why do you ask!1 "ilscauio I wasttn tall robot" "Shake; lots go somsu-horand talk it 'V, multuous gathering; permit no delay; a few stern, resolute word; if thceo bo not heeded, then strike resolutely, boldly; let there be no hesitation; If necesiary, take life at the outset. It will be more merciful to take one life than to sutler the mob to take the lives of many, or to be compelled to sacrifice the innocent with the guilty at the point of the bayonet or In the discharge of musketry or cannon. But the neceoslty to take life will not arise unices there be inactivity and indecision at the oulael on the part of the authorities. Before the time shall come when it will be necesiary to uee musket ball or bayonet the opportunity will be afforded to suppress the riol; perhaps at the eacrifice of a few broken heads or the imprisonment of rome of the lsaders. In every large city, in fact every city where a police force Is employed, a perfect drill should prrpsre policemen to meet the exigence arising from any tumultuous as- eembUge of the people; to that at a moment's warning, these conservator of the peace will be ready to act and act understanding ly and promptly. It will be found that a few determined policemen, placed in the field at a moment's notice, will prove one of the best and most direct methods of quelling mob. These, by skillful man cvuvrrs, can take a mob in flank or in rear, or in front, if necessary, and so employ themselves and their clubs that almost be- before the mob would know what was im pelling them they would be driven from the fuld of action. This drilling, advised to be used with policemen, can also be used to excellent advantage with the militia of every Slate, so that in casen of emergency they can be used with as good effort as po liccmco. It has often been found, in the history of riots in this country, that when the soldiery have been brought in the face of a mob even the officers were so unac qualnlcJ with their duties as to evince the most ridiculous ignorance of what was re quired of them and of their men in tho ex igency; and they and their trcops have been driven ignominiously from the field. They would have known what to do, without hce Station, had it been in the face of an enemy; but surrounded a they wew by a frantic mob they failed, and for the want of necessa Clen. Fill John Porter in the ry drilling. North American Keview. The Kentucky Legislature would tmmor talin itself if it would devise some means by which the State might hare fcoad roade, Moviig the crops from the farms to the lo cat market is heavy tax to both the con eumer and producer. In many counties the roads are impiasable four months in a yesr. Good neighborhood roads are .11 m eential to prosperity as are railroads, anil greatly enchance the value of lands aud cheapen the marketing of products. Why not enact a law empowering the Commis sioners of the penitentiary to work the in mates of the State prison on the roads of those counties that will support the con vlcts while so engaged?-- !" Louisville Timen, A rather amusing thing happened at one of the most fashionable churches at Louisville last Sunday, The Lord'e Supper was being celebrated. As the fine was pawed from ono member to the ortier, each sip was followed by u puckering of the mouth, -- Bkioht'h. Miss Nannette Uastineau, teacher of the Public School at Bnght's, asks us to publish the following roll of honor for September: First grade. Johnnie Underwood, Ben nie Wilmot, Varrion Lattin, 2. Jesiie Swope, Nellie Blackerby, 3. Wm. Blacker bv, Marietta Carmon, Abbie Ray and Joe Koblneon. 21. 1, Maria Underwood, Annie UnderWillie Robinson, Jesse Bourne, 3 wood, 2 John Smith. 3J. 1, Lula Roberts, LulaSwearingin, 1 na Ware, Allio Lind, 2, Minnie Blackerby, Luther Land, Van Swearingin, 8, Johnny Ray, Johnnio Robinson. 4th. 1, Mattie Underwood, Lillie Under wood; 2, Mittle Ware, Lonie Lane, Riley Ray; 3, Owsly Carmon, Frankie Lane, My ron Bourne In some sections of country thistles are an intolerable nuisauce. We have seen them in fields of grain where hand binding would be impossible without buckskin gloves, and then attended with some incon- renienc. A Michigan farmer adopts a novel mode of eradication. It consists of placing salt upon them when young, when sheep will gnaw them close to the ground. If they start again renew the operation. Another mode is to wait until they are well grown and the stalks are hollow, and then cut them just before a rain or shower. The stalks fill with water, causing the decay of the root. Germantown Telegraph. A correspondent of the Scientific American eaye: "Let any one who has an attack of Lancaster. An artillery company is the latest thing on docket. The Governor hp prom ised three cannon If the nqulsite number of men can be gotten. Sim McKee, a colored man with a warlike reputation, was lodged In tail Sun day evening charged with assaulting one Bud Gill, nlo colored. Mason A Morgan's Uncle Tom's Cabin Co , with bloodhounds, brass band and or chestra are booked for an entertainment at the hall Saturday evening nsxt. A fine mare, valued at S200. belong to Mr. W. M. Kirby, got frightened at something on the iquare one day last week and ran into a wire fence near the denot. causing injuries from which she died in a few hours. Mr. R. R. West, of tbe drag firm of LIHard, West & Co., has decided to enter the ministry. Mr. West studied ihmlnir several years at Georgetown and his friends are confident of his success in the new calling be has chosen. Lancaster friends have received invitations to the nuptials of Mr. IT. C. h and Miss Nannie McNew, at Carlisle, Oct. 10th. The contracting parties have visited in Lwcaster and have many friends who wish them a long life of happiKim-broug- Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, sub-Ject to tho action ol tbe Democracy. Office M1M -IT. HUFFMAN-Tk i.'iw n TT Tt d tiTANFOBD, KY. rr "17! , TV r mm WILLIS E. BARNETT Is a Candidate lor the office of Jailer of Lincoln county, subject to primary election. Pare Nitrous Oxide South side Main Street, two doors above the Mvers Hotel: Oss admlnlstersd when ra- quireu. DB. W. B. PENNY, STANFOBD, KENTUCKT. OSco on Lancaster street, next door to Intm-jo- b Jourkal office. Office hours from 8 to 12 a. k, and 1 to 5 p. at. Anesthetics administered whev necessary. 154-ly- r. T.D.NEWLAND . T. a .... I 0. 11 uuuiuiie lorouenn 01 i.incom county, ject to the action of the democracy, -- .. UIHIUP Dentist, sub- IV. L. DAWSON Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Countr. iiih. Ject to the action of tbe Democratic party. Millinery and Dress Making! NEW FIRM, Mrs. .M. II a Candidate for Jlll.r nf I.lnmtn mnnlr. anli. Ject t the action of the Democratic party. SAM. M. OWENS . Y. Tnbler & -- Miss Ella Smiley R. CARPENTER R. C. WARREN Have formed a partnership and can hereafter be found on the 8. V. corner of Main and Depot sts., where they will keep on hand a full lino of seasong able Millinery and be prepared to do and making on short notice. Patronsge solicited. dress-fittin62-- tf Is a Candidate for as County Attorney, wujci. tv tiiv atiiuu ui ids iemocrHMC pailj. Lincoln Circuit Court. D. C. Payne and Bettle Payne, his wife. On pe- tition. Notice Is hereby given to whom It may concern monwealth's Attorney ol the 8th Judicial Disthat tbe petitioners, D. C.I'avne and Bettte Payne, trict, subject to the sctlon of tbe Democracy. bis wile, hare this day filed their petition In the clerk's office of the Lincoln Circuit Court, praying that tbe Court empower the said Bett'e Payne to use, enjoy, sell and convey, for ber own benefit any property aba may own or acquire, free from the claims or debts of ber husband; to make be sued single woman, to ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1885, contracts, sue and name andastoa dispose of her own trade In her own property by will or deed, Circuit Court day, I will sell before the e It Is hereby ordered that this notice be publish-edoor In Stanford, 30 Shares ot stock In In tbe Intksior Journal, a newspaper the First National Bank of Stanford. published in Stanford, Ky., by two weoxly insertions before the next regular tsrm of the Linlt JACOB GCE8T. ness. coln Circuit Court. . Given under my hand as clerk of said Court, Clem Best's fondnees for chickens has this 7th day ot October, 1835. again gotten him into trouble. He was J.P.BAILET.Clk.L.CC. caught on tbe premises of Mr. Sam Fin-ne- ll I will sell at public auction befora the Court- last Saturday morning with nine uouse in sunioia on jiontlav, October x(l, PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSIC, 1S8.1, lot of chickens about his person. At his exam ol a fine Circuit Court day, Mares, stock consulting Stallion, Six Brood Two aged JenWe are agents for the John ining trial he was held over In a bond of nets, Ono Jack and One Jennet Colt. Terms cash' Church Co., of Cincinnati,old and reliable or PiOhio, for the ssle l'JBXTOX KHimiER, Musical Instruments and $25, in default of which he languishes in Stanford, Ky. anos. Organs, Automaticin Lincoln and Garrard Mnslcal Merchandise in jail. counties, Kentucky. Monthly Payment received until paid for. The bent HtaiuXnrd Our county clerk has Issued marriage Co., Uazelton makcrn: Wm. KnabeA New England PI Bros., Decker A Son, Everett and anos, licenses to the following parties durine the upright or square. In Organs, the followAs Administrator of the estate of W. M. Ball, either n past week: G. M. Gastineau and Mies ing makers: Clougb A Warren, John dee'd, I will sell at nubile auction at his late resi Church A Co, and the Sterling, with tha patent Bailie B. Uoltzclaw, Clayton Saunders and dence near walnut Hat, Chime IlellH Attachment. Tbe Celesteon, an Automatic Musical InMiss Malinda Ray, Counatt Haltt, of On Wednesday, October 14, 1885, strument, tbe most perfect in the world. Rockcastle, and MLsb Fannie Callaway, M. Illustrated catalogues sent lreo to all who apply, All his Household and Kitchen Farm best references from those who have W. Calico, of Madison, and Miss Malinda ing Implements, 400 bushels of Furniture.cords of also tbe and tried any of tbe above musical InstruCoal, SO bought Wood, 73 Cedar and Locust Posts, S.flOOfeet of Popments. Address us at Stanford, Kj. B. Ray, of this county. lar Lumber, 350 bushels of Oats, 2,000 bundles of COOK. S. It. & . The hop at the Opera House last uais, a lot 01 corn in tbe neid, 1 stacx 01 nay, 1 yoke of Cattle, 4 milk Cows, 6 Heifers, 4 yearling Thursday evening was pronounced by those Steers, 4 Calves, 2 Horses, 10 Pigs.10 Hogs, 33 Pigs, in attendance as a yery enjoyable affair. HOSheep. lset ot Blackimlth's Tools, 1 Deering Slower anu ueaner, ana various articles louna on a Besides a full numbar of young gentlemen well conducted farm. Also, at the same time and place tbe Distillery Mill and Fixtures, 3 barrels of the following ladles were present: Misses tax'paiu wnisicy ana va barrels ot wniixy in Mamlo Alexander, May Furgerson, Ella bond, one, two and three years old. Turns: All sums under J to, cash; over that -- WHENWatson, Bertie Collier, Juliet Gill, Altie amount, credit ot three months, with Interest from day of sale. A. liXTLE, Admr. Marksbury, Nellie Is a Candidate for to the office of Com- BANK 8T0M FOR SALE! Court-Hous- o. Sale of Mares, Jennets, &c. 5S-- 2t Ac 61-- td Administrator's Sate. 37-l- J. pernios, gt lockjaw take a small quantity of turpen tine, warm it and pour it on the wound, no matter where the wound may be, and relief will follow In less than a minute. Nothing better can be applied to a seyere cut or bruise than cold turpentine; It will give re lief almost instantly. Turpentine is also a sovereign remedy for croup. Saturate a piece of flannel with it and place the flan nel on the throat and chest, and in very e Having sold my farm I will sell to tbe highest A Might earthquake was felt all over vere cases, three or four drops on a lump uiuueroo of sugar may be taken inwardly. Every Virginia Saturday. THURSDAY, OCT.J 15lli, '.1SS5, family should have a bottle on hand." Wonderful Cures. 61-lse J. Duncan, Mamie Olds, Leila Markahur;, Katie Landram, Nellie FINE LINCOLN FARMS Marrs and Sallle Anderson, C. C. Stormes is remoying to his new FOR SALE! storeroom which is a very handsome buildWe offer for sale two of the best Farms In Lincoln ing. Postmaster Anderson's commiseion county, Ky. Both lie 3 miles from Ilus. tonvlfle, on tho Mlddleburg pike. expires Wednesday. John H. Woodcock, H. A. HALE, W. 8. Miller and G. D. Burdett went to No. 1 Contains 840 Acres, Louisville Monday. Judge Offgloy ad- Well watered, fenced and Improved. We will sell dressed the soldier boys at the hall Satur- 200 acres out of the heart of It, or 27S acres or the day evening. Misa Lena Irvine has recov- wnoieoni. No. 2 Contains 140 Acres, Short-Han- d ered from her recent illness, we are glad to say. Mies Fleecie Cook has returned from Well improved, fenced and watered, lying just across tno pixe irom no. 1. uotn terms are nearly a protracted visit to friends in St. Louis. all In grass and both are sightly and productive. J. jr. Jilt VE, Sam Miller's new hotel is a dandy and Terms easy. JOS. COFFEY,Ky. Uastonvllle, helps the town's looks wonderfully. If the artillery company is gotten up tbe engine-houPUBLIC SALE must be removed for offensive partisanship. Tom Palmer is selling stoves Town Lots. Personalty with "miles attached its a girl. 62-t- d 2 COMPETENT! Principal, Institute KY. LOUISVILLE, and SHORT - HAm 62-- 3 in ovor, My nanus is d moved Arm In arm the two through the crou-- down tbo stroot to fight their old Kittles onr iv?a!n. About 5 o'clock a toll man, who gavo tho name of Jnmt W. Urossn mid rosldonco and a terrible grimace. Some relieved UNter county, colled at tho Oak stroot ihcmpelves by coughing and others in difpolioo station nttd n.lvl for tho arrest of an i mm ml Jonsd, who hud fold him a ferent ways. After services were over the small bar of load wrnpid in gold foil for discovery was made that vinegar had been I .'00, 111 silver watch mid return tickot, pasted to the members inetefld of wine. Tho Motility of Mr. Joikm it suioctod by The mletako was caused by one of the good tho pollco. deacons keeping a wine jug and n vinegar jug very similar in appearance. The deaUlfd Ilut 3tercenarjr. con had forgotten to sample the contents (Now TlniM ) vi beforehand Qccn'tlonally very nmuslng incidents ocwhich wldom nrn heard of cur in Milkman-Johnn- y, did you put water beyond tbo tut In wfcfrli they tnka pluct. in the milk this morning? Hero is ono that Is atuusla, and is in Net? Assistant Yes, sir. ot how some Sig;llshmou come to this country and bostow tholr nttuntiom ukii "Don't you know that is wicked, John rich American girls, or tbata whom they nj?" uuppoM to bo rich, "f rem purely uiorconary "But you told me to mix water with the motlro. A till od Knllshman nttotxlod a largo milk." dinner in Now York last winter, and ho be'Yes, but I told you to put tho water in came the subjoct ut much comment from first and pour the milk into it. Then, you tbo following iuoidont; Aftor tho dinner a slip of paper In tiiU HnglUhman's hand see, we can tell people we never put water Chicago News. writing wju picked up by ono of tho serv-nnt- s, in our milk. who handod i, to tbo lady who gavo Hesiod, who wrote in the eighth centmy tho dinner. It contained the prewut and prospective pecuniary worth of each unbsfore Christ, advises young men not to be married Lady at tha dinner, and it had evi- led astrav by certain women of his day, dently slipped from bis pocket. Ills pros-poearo now vury poor of ever catching a who wore their clothes puffed out behind. wife among New York girb), as they all Thus it will be seen that the bustle is not, know ot this memorandum, and will naturas many suppose, a hideous deformity of ally think that ha(jutflod lu his attentions e to them by moneyod interest alone and not modern invention, but is a relic of birbarism, handed down through the from motive of love. dim and musty corridors of the past, along Mine. MnOJetku'i Many Mansions. Albuwith other horrible monstrositie'. Chicago Tribune. querque Journal. Mine, Modjoska ban a bouso in overy ctrillzotl country. BeMdgs ber chalet in tho When your collars and cufls come from Carpathian mountain, tbo bag a substantial tho laundry sb hard and stiff as a board winter residence tn tVaoow. In England bur hutband owns a houja and estata of don't break your atuds and cuff buttons in soma oxtent nonr Heiwfqrd, and in a fishing trying to put them on, but just dip your village on the Cornish coast Mmo. Modjoska finger in water and touch It to the button owns a little stouo eoUaga whose gardon runs down to tho soa. Sha and ber husband' holes, and see how easy they go on. bavo n Ions leato ot a houo in London, The fiber of silk is the strongest contin-ou- s northwou, beyond St. John'ii Wood. In fiber known, An ordinary cocoon of a America sho owns a ranch of 5 JO acNs In tho vicinity of Los Angola). A fine place Lu tho well-fosilkworm will often reel 1,000 suburbs of Poson comploboj tbo list. yards, and Count Doudolo gives an account Eventually she may take up her resldjaco of a cocoon yielding nearly 1,300 yards. In Vow Yorlc ovl-Uonts old-tim- wim" Under the new law in Italy any circus which does not fully perform every act promised in the printed programme, or which misleads the public by means of pictures, is fined $300 for each offense Such a law suddenly sprung upon circuses in this country, before they had time to get new postcrf, printed, would make the oven ing's performance last twenty-fo- ur hours, which would sadly interfere with the show in the adjoining county the following day. Norrislown Herald. A constitution drawn up by a sovereignty convention and adopted by the people would be the work of the people themselves and would be a eubmlsslon of the wnole matter to the decision of those who alone have absolute power in our land the vot era. To be alarmed at the suggestion of 'revolutionary measures" is to be frightened at a shadow. Owensboro Inquirer. W. D. IToyt .V Co., wholesale and retail Drug-gil- ts ot Koine, Gs., say: "Wo Iutc been soiling Dr. King's Kew Discovery, Electric Bitters and two reais, Uavo nevDucklen's Arnica Salro er handled goods that sell as well, or giro such universal satisfaction. There hare been some wonderful cures effected by these medicines lu this city. Several cases of pronounced Consumption have been entirely cured by the use o( a lev bottles of Dr. Etcg's Kew Discovery, taken in connection with Electric Bitters. Wo guarantee them always. Sold by Tenny A, McAHstcr. (1) On the premises in Lincoln county, lj.j miles South of McKlnney, all my personal property, consisting or Seven brood Mares. 4 of them extra cood 1 fine 2 year old filly, 1 yearling filly, 1 yearling hcrse colt, 2 filly colts, 1 horse colt, 2 work horses, extin pair aged mare mules, 3 mulo colts, a lot of sows and pigs, a lot ot shoats, a very fine yearling boar, i!0 acres of corn, lot of hay and oats, 160 bushels wheat, farming utensils , Ac. Two houses and lots and 1 blacksmith shop In the townofMcKlnner. will be sold on 6 and 12 months time. Personalty will be sold on 0T days lime on an sums 01 iu ana over. The farm of 120 acres, lately sold to my sister, 11 iur rem privately. tr L.&N. Louisville & Nashville E, R. TUB GREAT An Enterprising, Reliable House. .VcElnney, Ky Penny A McAUiter can alirsys be relied upon not only to carry In stock the best of everything, IDTO. but to secure tho Agency for such articles as hare merit, and are popular with tho peoREPORT OF THE CONDITION ple, thereby sustaining the reputation of belnj alOF THE ways enterprlslngand ever reliable. UsrlDg sefor the celebrated Dr. King's cured the Agsncy Kew Dlscorery for Consumption, will sell it on a positive guarantee. It will surely cure any aud ercry atlVcttou ol the Throat, Lungs and Chest, snd to show our con fid t nee, we Invite you to call At Stanford, in tho Stato of Kentucky, (1) nt Close of Buslnoss, Oct. 1, 1835. ani get a Trial Bottle Free. Cl-- lt II'.W. II. CI.OXD. THROUGH TRUNK LINE TO 2788. tui: wcll-knot- SOUTH & WEST WITH FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF r3TVT3TOItr, RESOUKCKS Pullman Palace Sleepers. Louisville A Hun (a, Here is a short sermon for the rising generation, which is preached by the Nash "Intelligence ville Ameritam ennobles work, and work crowns Intelligence with honor. The young man who shirks work will never rule others. The young man who selects a location because it is easy is already eflemlnate." Miss Llizibeth Cleveland's book is not meeting with a remarkable sale in Louisville. The reason probably is that which Lincoln once gave by way of criticism upon a scheme submitted to him; "For these who like that sort of a thing, I should judge it would be about the sort of a thing they'd like." Courier-Journa- l. They had been married nix weeks, and she said: "Now, dan't stay out late, dear, but come home soon to 00 own little wifey tlfey." They had been married six years and she said: "If you go out Thorn, I'm going to lock up the house and Saratoga go over and sloep at mother's." Esgte. ht, Positive Cure for Piles. To the peopled this county we would say that we have !een given the Agtncy of Dr. Marcblsl's Italian Tile Ointment emphatically guaranteed to cure or money refunded Internal, External, Blind, Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price SOc a box. For sale by Penny A McAUiter, Druggists. to Nashville, Msytll Daughters, Wires and Mothers. We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marcblsl's a Female'Remedy, t cure Female Diseases, such as Orirlan troubles, Inflammation and Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or bearing down felling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Change ol Life, Leucuorrhrca, besides many weaknesses springing from the abore, like Headache, Bloating, Spinal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, Palpitation ot the Heart, Ac. For ado by Druggists. Prices It and It 50 per bottle. Send to Dr. J B. Marchlsl, Utlca, K. Y., for pamphlet, free. r sale by Penny A McAUster, Druggists. Loans and Discounts Overdrafts U. S. Bonds to secure circulation Other stocks, bonds, and mortgage Duo from approved rwcrvo agents Due from other National Banks Due from State Banks and Bankers Ileal Estate, furniture And fixtures Current expenses and taxes paid. Premiums paid Checks and other cash Items Bills of other banks libit 270,057 33 2,075 200,000 43,000 4,814 6,631 CO 00 00 ...... . 3S 63 4SG 32 8,900 00 i,72a 32 21,873 68 1,122 lit 80 00 74 77 B.C90 00 5,340 00 0.C00 00 Rock, Mobile aud New Orleans. JL.tlUe Only one change to points In flloiiicomery. Fractional paper currency, nickels and .......... pennies Specie Legal tender notes Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Seeking homes on the line of this road will receive - Itedempttou fund wltn U. S. Treasurer (S per cent, of cliculatlon) Total spetlsl rates. 1584,027 63 00 Capital Stock paid In LIABILITIES. 8250,000 7,000 0,560 179,600 131,913 COO OsTSee Agents of this Company for rates, routes Ac, or write C. P. ATMOItE, (1. P. AT. A., Consumption Cured, An old physician, retired from practice, having had placed In his hands by an East India mission-t- t remedy for -. w thn formula of a almnle Treatable the speedy and permanent cure of Consumption, Bronchitis, tatarru, Asinma ana an inroai anu Lung Aflecttons, also a poslttvo and radical sure forNorvousdelllltT andall Nervous Complaints. aftr having tested Its wonderful curative powers in thousands or cases, has felt It nisuuiy to make BuoAlen's Arnica Salve. It known to bis suderlng fellows. Actuated by The Best Sxlrelnthe world lor Cuts, Iirulscs, thii motive and a desire to relieve human suffer Sorce, Ealt Rheum, Povcr Bores, Tetter, Chapped ing, I will send free of charge, to all wbo desire llandi, Chilblains, Cores and all Skin Eruptions, It, this recipe, In Qcrman, French or English, nrpnarlnj and ualnz. Sent and positively cures Piles, or no pay required, I, vith full .llrixMlnni for naming this is guaranteed to giro perfect ratlifjctlon, or money by mall by addressing with stamp, refunded. Prlca 23 cents per box, For sale by paper, W. A. Noyss, 119 Powers Block, Uoche ttr, N. Y. I'tuoy A, McAlImor. -- Surplus Fund Undivided profits National Bauk Notesoutstauding Individual Deposits subject to cheek Certified checks Due to other National liiuks Due to Stato Banks an J Bankers 00 87 Louisville, Ky. 00 03 00 6,0'Jl 84 -- . 32 14 Total JW1.0J7 83 STATE OF KENTUCKY,! County of Lincoln, j I, Jno. J. Mcltoberts, Cashier of above named bank do solemnly swear that the abovo statement Is true to tho beit ot my knowledge aud belief. JNO. J. .McltOUKllTd. Cinuler. Subscribed an I sworn to lieloro me this 7th day W. M. BUIOUT, N. P. L. C. ol Oct , 133J, DicTyou: Sup-- , r pose Mustang Linimott't only good for horses? It is for Inflammation of all flesh. Correct Attest. J. H. 11 1). W. Hock kb, ('. Hhiout. Yamokvkkb, Directors. that subject honestly, half an hoar, in tfee Carr. Wallace Grueiae has resigned his paaitian of chief deputy under Capt. light of John xvll, and tell me what yeu Gross aod has tone on the Louisville think of it. Weak-ainde- d or Has Ho "Do vou endorse evythlng in the IwdMMfdrtor in place of Col. K Polk IsEeFalie. a atatartaatklCaiio far Joialag Oetofeer 18, M65 Jehnsoo. Stanford, Ky prayer book?" Most Oartainly not. God Breckinridge News. This is DEALKR IN the Church of England 1 the best news we have heard in many a made the bible. Man the prayer book. Hardware, Homo Shoes, Groceries, Naddlen, day, for Capt. Gruelle is a journalist after I have not come out of Preabyterianlsm, Iron, Nails, QReHware, Umgffy Wklpo, w. P. WAI.TON. "Praise the Lord. God isXove and Noth- because I couldn't take every line and let our own heart. He should never have left Bngsy Wheels, Stores, Cane Mills, Harness, it for the flash pats of government office ing Else.", ter of the "Confession of Faith," to go in-t- o Spoltcs, Grates, Cider Mills, Cavers, and Etnmett Logan ahould keep him on the Church of Eogland, blindly accept rams, A swindler sold thousands 0 New Tes- double duty Stoneware, Corn Shelters, Collars, ing another human compilation however as a penalty. 'PaoePECT Point," Lamdoub, N. India, taments at a profit of 42 cent to himself Sept. 6th, 1885. grand and attractive it may be. But I am Oliver Chillsd, Champion Steel and Irinley Combined Plowi, Wooden: by advertising freely "A book that every The face of Gen. E I ward F. Jones, demoaao loyal to the core, to the "Book of Common continued rnoM last issue. Gait I'tmpi, and tho Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Hoofsporting man should read; better than any cratic nominee for lieutenant governor of i'ou may imagine that auch an innova prayer," for "aubstance of doctrine," and thing of the kind ever printed; 300 pages New York, In almost as familiar as that old ing and Ontteringr will have prompt attention, preaching the gospel has has not to me it shall ever be first and best of hu and no trash. Price 50 cents." The notice Dr. MarchisI, Gen. Jonee' trade mark la hia tion in I John Bright, Jr. passed unchallenged. The "Army" ia al- man productions. was headed "Attention Sinner" and the handsome face and bis flowing moustache And now, if it strikes eome of you with ways "at daggers drawn" with the missionway money poured In was a surprise until and he is a newspaper advertiser from away aries, where they have introduced their a touch of the ludicrous the thought of the pottoffice department arrested him ior back. Of course he will be elected. THE NEW GICOCEKY AN1 IIAKDH ARE HOUSE OF "new methods," and are decidedly "at a dis- the "Mountain Evangelist" thus subdued however, that hi Bwindling. He claims, After looking and longing for a copy count" with the general missionary body at and brought to "work in harness," instead intentions were good as it placed testaof the Irulh, Allison & Kidgely'a new pa present. But there are lots of people who of "sloshing around" like dear Dr. Stuart ments in the hands of people who had per, we were doomed to disappointment. believe in the "Army," and they get plenty Robinson's favorite "SalsUnatall," in that never owned them before and explains that Send it along boya and draw on us for two of money to keep up a very lively weekly inimitable narrative all I say, is, have in accumulating the $5,000 that he did, he years' subscription. organ the "Indian War Cry" and to your laugh out and then fairly point out waa only doing like other religious enthusiThe bloody shirt will cease to wave in carry on their work in various quarters. the fliw in "Eureka." If you can find a ltrA..l.l Vl,.l1u.t. asts and evangelists, whose ultimate objects .. .....I ,.u.u ...UIJ ... ;uur.r.uou .,0 lnerw, . ,h,y hT(1 Ju8l A legislature will be They are fully as aggressive aa in Eagland "joint In my harness" you are welcome to Ohio after with a Urn are self glorification and filthy lucre. Insh and well aelcctt-- iuk nf runici; elected that will throw John Sherman out and elsewhere; "glory in tribulations;" thrust at it with all your might. But I know my position is simply impregnable. John S. Wise, the Mahonlte, who is of his job. make tolerably patient martyrs, get consid masking as a republican, thinks he is makI wonder if I shall at all satisfy the erable capital out of persecutions, and gen NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. ing a his noint acaintt Fitzhuch Lee, his "carry on" aa elsewhere. Whether many, in Kentucky, and elsewhere, whose in en j if m T.rlety, dainty In quality nj Mtlificlorj- In prlcwj erally thli w guaranty, Our aim shall Ix democratic opponent for governor of VirSeventy-twat all tluM to supply crery want In our line. thousand persons are said the faquir movement will succeed is an chief objection to my position, waa its piginia, by charging that he stood loth in a to be held in penal confinement in the "open question." I should say it will gain" ratical independence of all "churches," and class of 48 at West Point. By running his United States. ground just in proportion, as it is persecu who continually exhorted me to go into Comlit. 01 tho Btandard Ilrand. ol Euroj anj Amrlca. Out , ... eye over the record as a cadet, of any of buildings in ted. Every one can see that the under some "oiganizition." lirn llo, f rmii, The famous charter-hous" h.ju.tlre.M.r.teJ -Ch"o generals who distinguished themselves London were destroyed by fire causing a takers and promoters of a movement, give the Well! I have done so. But even this and Quin...ra stock Great Western lleserv." and many other h eon.l.U In part of Table, Tea and Ch.l, g.u during the late war, he will sse that their loss of S15.000.000. eal .... up all, for the work. That goes a tremen will not satisfy you, O my friends, aa I and etched. In tho way of IlrtadituB. we nau IlUeawhi '.' standing there was no indication of the The increase in the net earnings ot the dous way with the average public, who can too well know. What would satisfy you? bratea Patent -- ,. M. Hour, ur.ra.W ,0, rak. and pa.,, r, wall. U ,. and ZT Z otic product., arrayed a. fa.tl.ful adjunct.. All the delicacies In reputation they made as men of military Ohio & Mississippi railroad for the paBt appreciate real SrViSa For.l.u a however obtuse I will tell you. My dear Presbyterian are lm. Tin, Htone, Wooden and Wllloww.re, Hemic Lamp., geniuB. D II. Hill stood 2S in a class of year amounted to S11S.C95.20. is, in fact, the friends would only be content, if I returned and. complete l.n.orctg.r. and Tobacco.. Well, thl. ..only a Stationery.-- Cand Mt. on other points. bint .( l 50, Van Daon 52 in a class of the same My Methodist that w can maka It to TOurInlerl..rB.l.n.l Mrs. Craddosk, wife of the venerable back bone of the ''Army" and a jolly good" to the fold I abandoned. ... .. ... "T ' ..v.. puiunonoi our roo-1- . anil scored 54 in a class of Judge George W. Craddock, died at her triends wonder that I can go anywhere exaire, Longstreet onlv K. K.pret!ully, vertebraic column that is, to begin with. TA ,tOIt nnttTiitfnu 50 and George E. Pickitt 59 in a class of home in Frankfort with plurisy. Then, making the most of genuine perse- cept with them. My Biptist friends object 59, while other distinguished men ranked The first Republican National Conven- cution, is another pillar of strength with to anything but a passage through the m raw almost as low. tion met in 185G; the party was organized them. It will be difficult to upset them, "deep water;" and my friends of the Chrisafter the defeat of the whigs in 1S52. despite all their blunders, with this Jachin tian church nre sure that I have gone back As we could not possibly gain either William F. Henderson, of Arkansas, an Boar to strengthen and establish them. to the "dark ages" because I do not cast in reputation by denouncing the edcredit or my lot with them. waa appointed Associate Justice for New And bo, still, I do say with all my heart itor of the Somerset Republican, whose So I have, as usual, satisfied nobody, Mexico, vice W. B. Fleming, resigned. aa I have often said before notwithstand manner of retort shows the Stephen Merritt, the funeral director ing the Iill Mall Gaziile business, and the with whom sect overrides and tramntrs -- DftALBaa IN- be is, we must decharacter of creature cline to advertise him. The charge that who buried Gen. Grant, states that his bill hateful radical political turn the movement down reason and scripture. But, may I Drugs, Books, Stationery and he makes in regard to a personal meeting was $14,103 and adds that it has not yet is taking in England, "God blesa the salva- not hope, that many others there are and that the number will inrrease Fancy Articles. been paid. ho will tion Army." between Mr. Thompson and oureelvea is George Morgan, a Lexington shoemakWhatever their mistakes, they have set patiently listen to what I have advanced! Phytic! without the slightest foundation, in fact. an.' pmerlpllon. accurately compounded waa killed near that city Saturday by an example of holy self renunciation, in and though it may at first seem strange, We have dot spoken to him nor ho to us er, a K. C. train. He was drunk and lying on one direction, at least, that will "in no yet as a "stranger" will receive it; knowing for several years, and any statement to the that some have thus "entertained angel wise lose its reward." And this self seek contrary by the Somerset paper ia mali- the track. The bell purchased for the new engine ing, easy going age, needs just unawares;" and find, at last, that I have ciously falte. There ia not a man living that lesson. The Largest 8took of Watches, Clocks, In Winchester weighs 850 pounds, Capt. Young, for whose meetings the more scripture for my recent stand, than that will tell us that he witnessed anything house Jewelrj and Silverware and wc must conclude and, the Democrat says, can be heard 20 girls contributed their little "service of they thought, at first; and joyfully embrace between ua whatever, song," has been to see us. When moving as true, what gives me so much happiness Ey.r bouihUothl.niark.l that "the little cubs" fabricates to make a miles away. Pr1c Lower than A carrier pigeon started from Mont- in European circles, he concedes shoes and in knowing and receiving. At any rate it Watchea. dock, pointless point. paired on ihoit notice andand J.w.lry l Warrant!. gomery, Ala., the middle of Auguat, reached stands to reason, does it not, that a man The Civil Service Commission ia a cost- its home in Fall Kiver, Mass., last week in stockings, and a turban to their prejudices, who takes such a step at eight and fifty, la and really looks better in hia becoming naly humbng. The members charge the good condition. tive costume than in English toggery. We either very false or very weak minded or government on an average of $11! ol) per Chris Petterias, hung at Augusta. found him a perfect gentleman, mild, intel has very substantial cause for doing so day for "necessary traveling expenses," Ark., for the murder of Mo) lie Banks, FriChoose the real fact dear reader, from this which include newspapers, fees to porter, day, was the only culprit to go up on that ligent and lovable. He waa Superinten- trio. Ever in Jesus, Geo. O. Bahnh. dent of Police, on a handsome salary once. lemonade and other items not at all neces-epr- y day in this country. His pension of 300 rupees a month, he dis- for the government to pay. Ordinary MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Andrew Steele, of Versailles, a brother-in-la- w burses-200 for his wife, 100 for the "Arindividuals are satisfied if they can get a Col. John Davis, while bunting of AND Managed by Jno. B. Fisk. berth in a sleeping car, these pampered with a friend, was shot by the latter and my's war chest" and himself begging for Seed wheat Is scarce and there has not his living, from native and European door XTiii-iaitiii-- e eons of reformers, always take a whole sec- one of his eyes destroyed. ! to door. It is a sight to set one tinkinga been a great deal town up to this time. tion and charge accordingly. They never Mahone is credited with $100,000, The sweet potato crop la splendid this year A Full and complete hrxohWiu ride in anything less toney than a parlor which he will distribute in the Virginia When I reflect upon it, I dare not sit in and of Fiirulture, cmbracliiK r" they are selling at 40 to 50 cents per crytUluK from tho Cl.capcM to tho Is far too plebian for campaign. He is said to be in receipt of my more comfortable position and criticize. car and an omnibus bushel. need to Ko to tI.o IarKo cltlcn to make purchase their expensive tastes. The whole thing, large sums from the Northern States, and In fact, such a life disarms criticism, with "Uncle" Alfred Oirens, the oldest resi Kim quantity all generous souls. I only hope their self quality you law and all, is a swindle which we should consequently touches lightly hia own funds. H ny prlccH yon can obtain elHcrhcrc, freight am denial will succeed in winning India. It dent of this county, died last Saturday beln-jlike to s?e repealed as soon aa possible. Cardinal McCloskey died Saturday added. deserves success. I pray it may get it. morning. He was clore to 00 years old end a full assortment ol CoOlnn, NliroudH and Ho aged 70. at New embr It is the eame everywhere. A bloody evening cardinal York, appointed He was This, of course is not an endorsement of has more descendants and relatives than to be this side murderer with money was never known to the first their miatakea. I fear they have in their any man In the Slate. hang, if the Supreme Courts could by any of the Atlantic and he devoted his life and zeal already committed some. Who does The leader has been fortunate in se manner of means ditcoyer a chance to energies to building up the Catholic not? curing the services of Jas.T. Maret as its church. leverae the judgement of the court Jjelow. "The mistakes of my life have been correspondent at this .place. Mr. Maret Mrs. Veronica Bull died at Syracuse, Cluverius, who betrayed and murdered his many," we all sing; and it would be true is an ex editor and consequently knows exfifty-nindays, she not own cousin, the beautiful Lillian Madison, N. Y., after fasting whether we sung it or not. Happy we actly what is needed to make his letter and who ought to have been compelled to having touched a morsel of solid food since with a loving Father in Heaven, who pities readable. The Jsader is meeting with undergo the sentence of execution passed August 10, Hying solely upon water in the. blunders and accepts the imperfect ser great succeu at this point. on him, gets a new trial, and as the main which small quantities of morphine were Mr. Henderson Green, of Garrard vice. witness against him is dead, will likely be dissolved. county, and Miss Alice Martin, of L'ncoln "And what about Bro. Barnes in the A masked mob near Knoxville, Tenn., acquitted at his next trial. This kind of county, were married at 1 o'clock Saturday raided the house of Mr, Cross and daugh- Caurchof Eogland?'' do you ask. You of administration of jaatice is what fosters have read my reasons for going there. I evening at the residence of Mrs. Angie and encourages Judge Lynch and his fol- ters, of easy virtue, whipped the women, Clark, at this place. The groom is about tarred and feathered them, and destroyed have purposely rafrained from saying more lowers. 50 years old and the bride about 21. OjIt the house and ita content'. The females than "Eureka" unfolds, thus far. But I The great fear of some people that they were nearly killed. know my dear friends want more, and I a few friends of tin contracting partite will be burled aliye has led an inventor to were present. Mr. J. B Hoeing, of the Kentucky am "transparent" in this, as I have been in construct a coffin to which is attached an For making inconvenient changes the all else perhaps to the borders of indis Geological Survey, finds by actual surrey ingenious piece of mechanism, so placed L. A N. beats all roads. Under the new the area of the State is exactly 41.2S3 cretion, sometimes. But I will still persist I that immediately the earth is thrown upon that ecueuuie, wiuuu iook eueci ououay, a persquare miles. Heretofore the area has been In having "no secrets between u." a stiletto ia liberated and forced through it is the son can not go anywhere without being Weill I go to "St. Paul"-wh- ich the heart. Death is of course then instan- given by computation at Irom J,UUU in rather pretentious title of our little Lin-do- out a day and night. The nor'.h train the old geograghies to $00,000. taneous, instead of by the smothering, church with great pleasure I have passes at this place at 12.34 and the South The people of Bjurbon have been alprocess usually described to scare train at 1.51. No other changes of any most unanimously of the opinion from the grown very fond of the pram bjok! I children and foolish people, who are firmly can enjoy nearly eveiything I see and hear consequence were made. Suppose the start, that General Kobinson's appointment convinced that half of the peona buried change was made to spite the C. S. road. at Collector was injudicious and unsatisfac- with that plsc'td happiness that is the legitare alive at the time. Mr. T. N. Roberts went to Danville a heart at rest within and tory. There has been and is yet a great imate outcome ol without, and aa I come into the church, Sunday. J. D. Chandler, of Louisville, hardly seems possible that there deal of grumbling in this county. Bourneither as grumbler nor critic, I am as was in town Monday. Mies Mattie Wilshould be so great a revulsion in public bon News. Reports from Virginia are to the effect tounded and confess that I find so little to liams has been visiting in Louisville for sentiment aa to defeat Gov. Hill for re elecseveral days. John L Whitehead has tion in New York. Three years ago when that the democrats will not onlv elect Lee criticize 01 grumble at. about that "miserable sinners," of returned to Williamsburg. C C. Williams but a fair working majority of the Legisla waa elected governor by the unWhat Cleveland made a mysterious trip down the road Sunprecedented majority of 192,851, Hill, who ture. The canvass has reached that point the opening confession, that vou have often day night. Mrs. J. II. Fish, of Or ando, then stood for lieutenant governor, ran even where the managers dread nothing so much railed against in pulpit and parloi? is visiting relatives in this place. upon the part of the Well, I find tbat I can use it with unc- Florida, beyond that, his majority being 190.781 as There were several preachers visiting the tion and truthfulness since I have found Hill's record has been creditable and there democratic voters. The explosion of 2S0.O0O pounds of dy that I am only a member of a body where association whose names we were unable to is no reason that he should not be triumphnamite in the body of Flood Rock, New each member is "touched with a feeling of learn. antly elected again. Jefferson Oxley, the leading druggist York harbor, was successfully accomplishthe infirmity" of every other member, and The Harrodeburg Democrat, whoso editor ed Saturday without any accident to per-to- n though I have no more occasion as a gener- of Nicholasvilie, is dead. always writes sensibly except when he The GeorRta Legislature has passed a or property. A large force of men has al thing, to use it for myself, (and thank writes about the editor of this piper, has an been for yearB honeycombing the rock, God for that) than I did a year ago; I have bill imposinc a prohibitory tax upon base excellent article in its las', issue on the blasting and digging out myriads of tunof late learned more tenderly man ever, ball games, silly carping of certain newspapers in renels far beneath thn water. The mass of that I am to be thrilled by the sorrows and Judue Alvin Dimll, Judge William eel-ebrat- ed gard to 'Cleveland and his method ol turn- dynamite tned was the largest ever explotransgressors of others; and the electric cur- Lindsay and General P. W. Hirdin will ing the rascals out. The President knows ded. The explosion was produced by leave lor Washington to argue the a rent of that love, that makes mo as sensi what hois abwt and everybody will admit Bpark of electricity, the key being -touched tive to other woes as to my own, can well railroad pses in the Supreme Court of the c I m -. it sooner or later. by Miss Mary Newton, the 11 year old find expression In just such a pathetic United States. The irsue is upon the rlcht Some piper having published that Jum-bo'- daughter of Gen. Newton, engineer in 'general confession" as opens tho grand of the Rtilroad Commission to fix the val. tie of railroad property in Kentucky. service of the Anglican communion. heart weighed 1,000 pounds, many charge The annual charge of druckenncs, im"Whereas one member suffers, all the Judge William Lindsay appears for the other credulous papers are reproducing it, notwithHUiulinu the apparent falsity, Jum morality and senauousnesa is made Against members sutler with it," is my answer from railroad', and Judge Duvall and Attorney General Hardin for the State. Frankfort bo was a very mastodon in arze, but his Dr. Chenault, of the Lexington Lunatic scripture, to tho charge of seeming inconhardly weighed as much as the lsrgest Asylum, A discharged female assistant, sistency, and as long a my brother and Bi- Yeoman. heart Louisville has been treated handsome-Iv- b Miss Little, makes the complaint, and as- ster sins, and confcises that sin, I am bound of large horses. the President. Three signs her dismissal to having caught Dr. by the tender law of LOVE, to link myBelf Ex Mayoii Jacob knocked Mayor Reid Caenault in company with a certain fe as a fellow offender with such an one. I citizens Boyd Winchester, Warren Green out in two rounds and was appointed Minis3 o'clock at night, and never understood it well, before facing that and ex Mayor Jacob, have been chosen to ter to Bogota all in the same day. He male employe at myself how repnsent our country in foreign land. In this woman had nothing to do with pa- "general confession" anda-kin- g seems to ba as lively as he is pretty and tients but was employed in the kitchen, I could honestly say It and- - be true to addition to this, the American Minister ti that'a saying a great veil. and Mies Little further states that the Su- Truth. But now I can seo how holy Din-le- l Peru, Charles Buck, ia an and If President Cleveland is ehort of dip'oum-i- o It fa eiid tint Mr, J. G. Metcalfe, at perintendent was in the room of this same conlJ pray aa he did (Din. ix:4-l- l) present ourorintenJant of tho Short Line of woman nt Dight with door locked and how holy Ezra, Nehemiah and David material, Kentucky stanis read to sacrithe L. & N, is shortly to be promoted to light out, and that his conduct towards all prayed as they did, hecaiue they Baw plain- fice bvcij able bodied man in the Commongeneral manager of the entire svs the female employee is gross and la'civi-011- ly, as I now do, afterjso long a time the wealth in behalf of the cttse of good -- TLTJisville Commercial. tern. unity of the body. Dar friends, study SUCCESSORS TO BUXGHT & GEO. O. BARNES. W. H. HIGGINS Jjj TAYLOR BROS. HTJSTOKTVILLB. ,u ttY J FAMILY GROCERIES - OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY e n. self-denia- l, VZ?,Si? T, J XM Self-deni- al , J,1'l innt.i. anniu if ny MfAI PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS. J li r WEAK Wat, UNDERTAKER, Iealoi- in t. Hlci ". dnSEK Sw e PLEASE DOiVT FORGET ur hair-pullin- g It That we carrv tho. Lniwafit ftfnnir of Groceries, Hardware and Queensware in the city; That we are Mil firs' Acwnfe nrr7 wholesale depot for Flour and Meal; That our stock of Pleasure Vehicles, including everything from a Hoard Cart to a Barouche, is always complete, e y ri well-kno- wn And that we guarantee Lowest Prices, style and finish considered. Also, that we still handle the Wagons, "Old Hick- ory ana Mitchell. i Big line of Farming Implements. Grain Drills, Turning Plows, both riding and walking, And all of which we guarantee at Lowest prices. -w-- BH.ICSHT IMSSTCilLiF, CUR RAW. I I Tnrnr. It a fine of $3 for each quail or partridge killed before the 20.h of tbia month. Stanford, Ky October 13, DEATHS. 1885. Tne poatal card famine is upon ui. We entered an order latt month for 7,000 and have not got them ii t.ft. Cipmitealn" LOCAL TIME CURD. BouHi... Mouln Ww jet. 9 riall train going North.., " " if t. ii Thaxve Is calculated on standard lmU .boat 30 ulnutas tuttt ssmssxmm-- , ... LQCALMTICES. 1 M r. m. The cheap excursion to the LouIbtUIb m. li to r. M. EipoeiUon leareshere at 2;05 Thursday 82 A. . 1 2 OS A. M. tlms. Bolar Fare $1.50, Three uiual brought a rain, but Jim Bruce pay the gun by eetting clear Friday night brought it. morning. frosta aa McAlUtec. McKobkkti) & Staoo are headquarter for amunitioa. Gunh at all price at McRoberU & 8taBK', from f 2.60 to $100. CoMn-rr- r etock of school book and school suppliea at McRoberta & Stain's. Watciirs and Jewelry repaired on short notice and warranted br Penny & McAlIa er. Lcy the Uan Hog Itemed?, the orll-na- l and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl-late- r, Bar y.our school beeki from Penny A Mr. J. W. Rout keeping my etock up In fintclaM style and ia daily receiving 1 new goodi during rr- - ickne T. W. Ilayden. Mu. jAitirfT. OniKtiN rodeSj mile in the pouring rain yesterday to get license to marry Miss Luella Djrham, daughter of Mrs Matilda Durham on the 15th. A pheasant flew into the room of Mr. W. M. Bright Sunday and waa captured. They tell ua that this ia a aure sign that the occupant of the room will marry with A COMrLETR stock of Jewelry, latest in a month. Penstyle. Kockford watches a specialty. ny & McA lifter. Owinu the carelessness of a compositor, who failed to correct his proof, the First PERSONAL. Nations) Bank report ia in M Put ura went to Louis-Titl- e this issue. Juix.eJ. Tuobinkha no icditcounted yesterday, notes as printed in our last iaaur. Ml8J LtcctE Hea.MY ha returned Cam. or send to this office for a copy of from a visit to Lmisvillr Juikie M C Saufley hs ben con- the Weekly New York Worhl, free. We send it and our paper together one year for fined to hi hed for several days. Mlt. Jam F. Wallin, who baa been $250, a little over tho price of one. Old surveying for Mr, A M. Inland for a week, subscriber can have the benefit as well as new. returned home etetday. Dk P. W. Ixmian was elected treasurer News reaches here that Macajth lion. of the Khlnoloijlcal Association for the en- - sey was shot and fatally wounded by Jae-- xr aulng year He was president last term. Blackerby at Junction City Saturday Mil F. J. CcnnAH has returned and night. ''Cage" is the seventh member ol on yesterday turned his interest in the bis family tj be shot and it would seem stock of Bright & Curran over to Thomas that a fatality hang over them all. Metcalf. The sale of the eflacta of Mr. Billy Ball Mu. ani Mn?. J B. Owens bate reand Mrs J. W. Satire at occurs at his late residence turned from a visit to Monticello and Mrs D. L. B. Cook at that of Mr. W. B.CIoyd at bis home near McKinney on the 15th. One hundred and Burnslde Dr. 6 C. Helm has returned from the twenty fire barrels of whisky are among the College of Physicians and Surgeons, New articles enumerated for sale at Ball's. York, where he recently graduated with Owing to the change in schedule we much credit. missed our regular Danville letter yester"The clouds had rolled by" even be- day. The managers of the Cincinnati fore the return of Dr. V. B. Penny and Southern, like Vandsrbllt, seem to say the bride and they wtre scorted to the home and run their trains so aa "public be d" of his father by the guardian of the bonnie to annoy the largest number o( people. It bride. ought to be boycotted. Mu J II. Mu.LEn ha received notification ol his appointment aa store keeper Foroery. At Danville Saturday last, We do not know a better James, alias Cay, ' Rauffman was held and guagcr man to set astride a whisky barrel and in $200 bonds to the Circuit Court for draw a fat per diem. an $18 suit and a pair ot $3 shoes Hon. Wm. Berkcle, of Garrard, who from William Vanandall at Shelby City, started to Louisville last week, was taken on a forged order with the name of John suddenly lit at Lebanon, and, as yet, has Kauffman signed to it. been unable to come home. At last reports The new schedule on the L & N. knocka 01xerfer. be wa no better. MABTiiihO.y Peyton is hack from us entirely out of the trade, which amountWashington in high spirits over bis recep- ed to a blc item, of persons who would tion by the President and Secretary Bty-ar- d. come from points south of here and go back He wants to go to Panama instead of on the next train. There is now no "next Hayti, as stated, an I thinks his chances train" for 12 hours as the meeting point has been changed to Crab Orchard. g03d to get there. MM! )" " Town Salfh -- Robt. S. Lytle haa sold LOCAL MATTERS. I his residence on Duiville avenue to Mrs. Bni'cr. A McKonEEis oen today 100 Fannie Dunn for Sl.SM), who will remove newOercoats. Pee them early. to It. Rev. A. S. Mofl'ett will move to tho will . Bntc-Kundred and fifty thou house vacated br her and Mr. Lytle board with the Mirses Biizley. Capt. Gaines for sale by and, hard and Craig ha bought the H. T. Harris proper-er- tr " Henry l.augbman. -d-- After several month' Miner of consumption, Mrs. Anna ., wife of Mr. WIN liam Barton, breathed her life out peacefully at 4 A M. Saturday morning. Naturally a good and true woman, she enhanced her usafulneas on earth hy early giving her heart to the L)rd and joining the Preaby-teria- n church, of which she remained a faithful member through life, and death found her ready for the summons. Entirely conscious of her condition she arranged all ber earthly affairs and spoke with a calm and peaceful confidence of the life which is to come. Besides a husband and two step children, to whom she waa devotedly attached, she leaves three little boys of her own, almost too young to reallte the most terrible misfortune that can befall a child, the Iom of a tenler and loving mother, and may He watch over and comfort them all. An unusually large number of frienda gathered at her late home at 11 o'clock Sunday, at which hoar Rev. A. S. Mofldtt preached a moil appropriate funeral discourse and then the remains were followed to Buffalo cemetery and laid tenderly away. Truly ha a good woman been taken trom us and the community de plores with the family and friends, a loss which will ba felt by all with whom she was thrown RELIGIOUS. The L. & N operate 2 057 mlle.J of road upon which it-- earnmua were $13,920, 310.47 during the last fica year. The net earninge were $1,303 688 61 Robert White, an employe of a circup, waa killed by the ftmaje elephant EmYouDgmen are often perplexed to know how press, at Pniladelphia, be being the second some men succeed to dullness while others fill. For Instance, one year ago Dr. Bourne began busvictim ot the dangerous brute. iness in SJaoIorJ. lie ws lmot a stranger; friends At Orird. Ark, Elfy Hood burned told hla that the field wu fully occuplid; that he Mrs. BlacKmeVi house because she object could do nothing. Yet believing there wi more ed to his marrying her dnughetr. lie lost In the man than In the place, he went In. lis has succeeded beyond his most sanguine exthe girl, pays $1,300 fine and is sentenced pectations. How? Why? You sir It Is beciuie to six months' hard labjr. he Is an old druggtit and has had lonzsapsrlence a warn In the busings. t to$ m. for gruff nierctunti has gons. eecond, be thor. ouglily scqiulnled with your builnew, (the days ofmountebiaks art gone) Third, sell your goods at mionsble rates Doii't try to make It all on one sale. Many a nan has made a nlckle too much onanartlcleandloitacmtomer. Romenibsr the fellow who killed the hen which laid him dally a golden egg. lie thought he would posaeu tbegold en mine InilJe tho hen. lie lost all. Don't try tod. aw customers with low prices on rne thing and make double on another. Be honest; tell at a reasonable profit. I forgot to mention that, like Dr. Bourne, you should keep good. first-cligoo Is, and keep what people want; pms light ou and siccesi liyouw.ai It his been his. 3 the chief United States army recruiting officers of his success. Two words tell the secret, reason lie Is now argue that the road to wealth, or at nnlverully polite, polite to all, and will his goods least to competence, lies in a march of tbir low. Young ty years with the toldiers. "You are & thlnat. man, you can succeed If you will do Ihrea Flrit, be pollle-po- llte to ill, (the lime single man of eighteen," said one lujuirer; "suppose you enlist now. You will lead a heailhr, easy, respectable life, with no anxiety as to maintenance you will draw pay surely and regularly, and out of it you can, with perfect comfort, save fifty dollars a year. Put that on interest, and at fifty years of age, adding tb sum allowed by the Goveroment to men who retire after thirty years' service, you will have enough to live on the rest of your life in idleness. No, that Is not M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, . & STAGG, PHflHiWflCEUTJSTS To 1 well-burne- We will have the largest stock of grates The other day Nick Brady went to the and heUing stoves ever brought to Stn saloon of T. L. Shelton and demanded a ford. Bright A Metcalf. pint of whisky Mr.Shellon refused to let NrT Friday is the last day for filing him have it, whereupon he drew a murdersuit for thn Circuit Court which begins ous looking pistol and started to bring it here on the 1th Monday. down on him, when Mr. Shelton caught up in a beer bottle half full and let him have two Roller Skate, three dotin pairs, good order and some nearly new, for sale licks that he will not soon forget. It was a terrible head that he put on him Apply to W. P. Walton, Stanford. A citASdE of schedule on the L A N. Bon.v, a few days ago in Indianapolis, to went into effect Sunday. The mail train the wife of Mr. Frank Wood, n Miss 12.30 Susie Yeager, formerly of the Providence from Louisville now reaches here at r. M. and going to Liuisville at 1 55. a girl, "Bittle Bruce." neighborhood, There is no change in the express trains Cloaks Owsley ft Craig will open next and the expected accommodation trains do Saturday about one hundred and fifty not materialize. The K. C. makes some cloaks in Ladies', Misses' and Children's, changes which can be seen by reference to which they invite every one to csme and table on the P.h pige. The only change examine. here is that the arrival i at 0 now instead Those wishing anything in my line ol 5.40 r. M. The Cincinnati Southern alshould call and examine my splendid stock so changed but the Southern connection is of Millinery. It i net only the largest worse than ever. Both the trains going tock ever brought to this place but the South on that road are gone one and two hours before the L. A N train North bound moit select. Mr Moody Hardin. reaches Junction City. The connection to The vehicle driven by Messrs. D. Klaes Cincinnati Is all right. Jos. Levi und Fred Jacobs, collided with one driven br Mews Winston Wiseman The Williamsburg 2imo says: "Bruce and Frank Fox, Sundav night, near town, it McRobcrt, of Stanford, are "rushers" to Mill! for $5,000. Mrs. C. P. Huntington gave $100 to help build the Baptist church in Rowan county. Elder C C. Clioe has issued an eight page pamphlet against the Apottolic Guide editors and managers. The Rev. 8 X Hall, of tho Methodist church, was baptised by a Catholic priest and never had any other baptism. -- Eld. S Collier writes: I have just closed a meeting of 5 days at McCormack's Church, Laurel county, which resulted in 38 additions to the church, 30 by baptism and 8 united from the Baptists. -- Mr. William Noble, the great Eoglish Mr. temperance lecturer, who assisted Barnes materially during his stay in London, and to whom he often referred a "Noble William," is coming to this coun. try to lecture and will be in Louiayille in November. Eld. John Bell Gibson began his meeting at the Christian church Sunday. Rev. F. S. Pollitt preached that nlcht and Eld. Eld. C. Joe. Ballou last night. P. Williamson will preach and will continue each day at 11 A. M. and 7 r. M. till further notice. A good sister said to ns the other day; "Well, I don't believe a word of the story about Mr. Barnes joining the Church of Kogland. He haa not said a word about it in his letters to the Interior Journal and until be does, I shall consider it a fabrication." Tht sister has only to read the letter appearing in this issue to have all her iloubta removed. Mr. Barnes is not only a communicant of the "established church," but defends the prayer book, which males even the higher life christian say "Lord, have mercy on us miserable sinners." The Central District Association and Minister's Institute, of tho colored Chris tian church was held here on the 9.h and 10th. This Association convened on Friday eveniog and opened its business by listening to a sermon by the State Evangelic, Eld. Wm. Richards. Siturday morning the holy devoted the beit portion of tn. it time to framing a constitution and There wnH much enthusiasm and zal Ji'playod in the addreses, speechej and sermons delivered, and tho session was profitable to all present The following officers and brethren of the Association were preen': T. A. Rild, President, T. S Nelson. Asistant Secretary. W. II. Huff-maNicholajville; Wm. Richards, Louisville; Stephen Cruse, Aliamont; Washing-to- n 0sley, Halls Gsp; John Gilbert, Manchester; W. H. Given, Stanford; L. N. Advisory membjrs, Stewart, Liberty. Eld. C. H. Baxter, Cincinnati; M. Paxton, Stanford; G W.Gentry To-nigby-lf- If we are to have a military Governor, one elected on his war record, let ns y call out General D C Buell. Like Gen. Buckner he has remained quietly at bis Wall Paper, WInc. MtiMicnl home for twenty ears and will make a Chemical. UOOUH, Liquor Iimtruentenla. better Governor. Tne truth is we do not Hiaiioiicry, CiKurH. rocHet wont either of them. We want a man of OilH, NoiipH, lolmceoR, Cutlery, Lumps, Perfumery, sfliirs, not one who has shut himself tip in Fire Arms, Machln the privacy of his home for a quarter of a Our Jctt Silverware and Optical Goods I)enarfnint u in --Needles. We want a statesman of experi- T 1,08. BlclmrJs, century ho trill Itcpair 1?th?l5ft ence, and above all a man of executive Breckenridge News. ability Stanford, Ilrs, Paint, A valuable cow in Yorkshire, England having broken her leg, the ve'erinary surgeon waa asked to amputote the limb and try to save the animal. This was done and theatump of the leg healed naturally and completely. When the swelling had a rudely constructed woontn leg was fastened on, with which the cow did so well that she has now been provided with an improved and shapely cne, upon which ber existence seems to be about as happy as before the mishap. rub-side- d, THHIIE OSIEu GROCER. T. R. WALTON, DEALEKI- hr ' , AGeorgia couple, eloping to be married, pursutd by the relatives of the girl that they only escaped capture by hiding in a deserted graveyard. The groom left his would be bride alone, found a mlnlMer, and returning to the gruesome spot, the two were married. In the same Stale another eloping couple were pursued by the lady's brothers, one cf whom fired a load of buckshot at the elopers, ruining the bridal bocnet of his sister, but not preventing the ceremony from being performed. Potter Palmer, of Chicago, who about a year ago adopted the system of requiring porters at his hotel to turn into the office all "tips" received from guests, sayfl the plan has worked well. It is his intention to stop these gratuituous offerings shop ethMr Palmer says: "When a man er. comes to this hotel and pays $4.50 and $5 a day he is entitled to the best service the house has " were so closely A subscriber asks: "How old must a person with a general talent bo bjfore jou deem him old enough to begin studying the art of music with succcst?" The older the bjttcr We have heard people sing who ought to have postponed their musical studies O MjdBJfcfcjBBfciWaWr-SljHBBK- . -- l1 And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. IN ADDITION TO GROCERIES AND rBOVISIONS. HE KEEPS Tin-- , Glass- - and Queensware, To bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, until three or four years after their death. .ttW ADYinTIHEMEST. POSTED. mli!on. at all such acta are liable to be prosecuted C. It. tampion, J. M.Martin, Craig Lyno, A. C Tucker, J L. Murphy, J. O. Lynn. W. T. Tucker, II. D, liauKhman, Adam I'ence. John A J as. Smith, (Cl-l- n, This notice forewarns hunters, flihermeu andaiiiDs not to trerpait on our lands without per- Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of. Other Hardware. TO THELADIE9 OK School Supplies: Baskets, Bags, Slates, Pencils, Pens and Holders, Ink, &c. LAND. STOCK AND CROP and bath were broken up pretty badly. Tho night wan exceedingly dark. We hare resolved that that miserable old chestnut, "Uncle Tom's Cabin,1 shall not appear in tin Opera House here except at tho highest cash rental, consequently, the company soon to pass through this section will not hold Ihe boards here. Two Men Killed. While at work in King Mountain Tunnel Saturday night, a white man who was a stranger in this seccolored tion and Bill Alcorn, a were instantly killed by the caving of man, the roof. Three other men, whoae names we could not learn, wero severely wounded. well-knovn J The attention ed to the fict of the City Council is call that a philanthropic inven- advertise. The Interior Journal issues a large supplement this week entirely taken up by this firm, who give the names of 1,000 persons who arc ming "Buell'a shoes." One of our merchants is handling the same goods, but we em'c induce him to advertise the fact. As a coneequence only those who happen into tho store learn of the fact, while the inony readers of the Interior Journal all over this section know that the above mentioned firm keep the best good of the kind sold. There is no dodgtng the question that advertising pays." The firm tells us that thoy are diily in receipt of many orders by mall, tho direct result of the Supplement advertisement MARRIAGES. tor has devised a steam whistle which produces, instead of the ordinary shiek, a musical chord composed of tho first, third and fifth tones of the musical scale, the effect, being entirely agreeable. An order requiring the offending engines to procure and use these kinds of whUtlei would be an improvement, and while they are nl it won't they please ordain that all kinds of whistling continuously indulged in, be pro hibited An engine whistle sound much better than this eternal mouth whistling, devoid even of a eemblance of a tune. The marriage of Iiaac New and Itachel Rachel didn't Newman is announced. have far to go. She only had to drop the man from her name and take him to her Louisville Times. heart. Wo extend our warmest congratulations to Mr. J. Knox Frazer.of Monticello, who has iusl iiined the noble army of daughter of Col Miss Uenedicts. Cosby Oatts is tho fair one of hi- choice and is said to be i let the woman for a helpmeet fur the rUing young lavyer. E-t- Will Hail is the boss potato raiser so far as we have heard. He has some so large that it took a stout man to bring one up in this cilice. Cattle for Sale. 35 heal of short, three-yea- r old steers -s- plendid lot of feeders. Will average over 1,200 pounds. Ja3t cob ComU, Parksville, Ky. It is claimed that the cultivation of carp is bound t be a great industry in in time. More meat can be produced with an acre of water than five acres o I land. There is cow on exhibition in Toledo, O., tho largest steer in tho world, weighing 4 250 lbs., and the smallest cow in the world, weighing 350 lbs. and 31 inches high and giving three gallons of milk per day. J. W. Cecil, of Lipscomb, Tennessee, has received four car loads of mule colts, 110 at an average of about $50 each. B. F. Cloud purchased them for him in Clark, Madison and Scott c.mnlies principally. Winchester Democrat. At Fife's salo in Madison, 2year old 1250; yearlings, $32 50; cattle brought steer calves, $15; horses $60?125; two-ye- ar old mules, S30; yearlings, S70j work mules $9O0?12j; hog, 1 cents. Corn, $1 3S S1.50 in liild; oats,S1.50 on theaverage. Register. Twenty-fou- r head of Friable & Lake's herd of cattle affected with pleuro-pnernonia were slaughtered Saturday. Among thoe killed were come very fine animals that coat the firm from SC00 to $1,000 eacb, thus, making the number killed possibly aggregate the sum of $12,000. W T. Pcelps weighed to Decker 17 head of cattle, average 1,023 pound, for which lie received 6Js per pound. Josh O.vIogs welched to Bamo 51 bead, which averaged 1,030 pounds, at $5 33 per 100. J. S. Garwood sold 15 bend of 1,500 lb., cat-tl9 j'i.g SnliaJ r' " r u w n'-rMt. MoKINNEY AND VICINITY. I am receiving a handsome line of Which I Invite the ladles ol McKinney and vicinity to call and examine. Also a nice line of civets and Ulbboniin latest styls tor dresc. 0)Itcictfully, JlrH.JI. V. TAllCEIl. -t FALL & WINTER MILLINERY, PUBLIC SALE Splendid Farm, Live Stock, I will offr at public sale to the highest bidder, at my residence, "Millwood," In Lincoln county, about 7 miles west or Btaoford, 2 miles trom Shelby City aud 0 miles from Danville, on Corner Main and Somerset Sts. is the best place to buy. und Strnt(on. Short-han- Ilryant THE Friil.y, October aoth, 1SS5, LOUISVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE. roamanshlp, g Type-wrllln- g, Mr Farm, Live Stock, Crop, Fanulac Utcm!ls,c. The live stock consists of gray Mare and Colt, by Illenrl, and bred to One Meateuger Chlclj I black Maro and t olt, by Wen-z- l, and bred to ttlenri; '1 Marcs and Mula Colts, lor 1 reliable combined llorso, 1 harness Horse family purposes,? Colt,2 work Mules 3 years old UioruugUbit.1 Cattle, fancy colors and 9 head of well bred, 9 grade Heifers. 60 thoroughbred Houthdownfcheci, alotorilossi Also about 700 locmt and cedar l'osts and a lot ol Hay, Corn and Oat. Baniicg, Arithmetic. Ac. It book-keepe- Is the only Ccllegc In this section wherein and thorough practical knowledge of account given. Has the largest and best arranged bankers, and a rooms of any Colleja In tho West. Thousands ol successful Is taught as books are kept by the test graduates testify to th abort. Gradu- ates have no tiouble In obtaining good situations. Call or addrcs Tho Of rnnu Consists of about 120 Acres Louisville Bryant & Strattou Business College, Cor. Third and Jefferson, LOUISVILLE, KY. region. Tkrui. For personalty, a credit of lour months oa note with good security, bearing Interest Irom date and payable lu bank. For tho Farm, cash; remainder In onoand two years with interest. A good deed made aud pjssesslon given Jsnusry 1, Iliuo-Oras- In excellent rpralr and In a high state of cultivation, splendidly watered by springs and ponds. Tho Improvements lomltt of a largo and commodious brick dwelling house, with good a new and convenient barn, with capacity for feeding at least 100 head of mules, It la one of the best gnus and grain (arms la tho land s H. C. RUPLEY, one-thi- rd MERCHANT TAILOU. I bare received and still recclTlng lb. njss, SPAItDly. riM AVOutractfel n i flm cUM3lr.eur.' v .flPl TO lAT3 ij Ct IEn-,- 1 te i c Hull tht s left of that cUll f 9t and h gtrft t'tiKM unnctul wuJfc mm ie1fc4 It NEW GOODS FOK FALL &WIN,TBR Comprising the tost In tbo market, which will bo alt RrHY 41 fiW V'! K. D.'Uiccrut. J. ClDoInna.l.USXn !!!'. Cl 'Hi (31 tti Lin afnouLf lb 'A" n the Uvoi bl an 1 now nokt lark BROS. Tcm - Gotten Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Nono in City or Country. Irallflt li4- ctl0' jfftfjl. Give Mc u Trial. W IWnHrl. th, . '11 W ' U"'W fir 5f AN ACCOUNT loumal THE WORLD'S TALL TREES. VTlioii It Cutties POSTAGE STAMPS. OF THEIR INTRODUCYEARS AGO. TION THIRTY-EIGH- T to Height tho Ilritlth Lion Takes the licit. New York Letter.l Happiness results from that true contentment which indicates perfect health of body ami mind. You may possess It, if you will purify ami Invigorate your blood with Aycr's E. M. Howard, Newport, N. II., writes : ' I suffered for years with Scrofulous humors. After using two bottlci of A er's Sarsaparilhi, I Sarsa-parllla. FOR SALEOa RENT. -- MY HOUSES A.1V LOT- On Dsnvlllo Avenuo, In BtsnforJ. The houio tains 7 rooms, ccllsr and porch. Iot well lrapror cJ, stable with G sUllt, buggr house, wagon sliol, cistern, all coal and iraoke houses and a new and In good repair. Knijulre on premUws. conM- -t FOR SALE, A FOR COUQHO Desirable Residence a"ST3LiOjR.,J3 nnu jnv,J Ufst An IuuoraUon rroposeiT by John aU Nlles, of Connecticut The First Two Tottago Stamps Issued In the United State. (Hartford Time. Thirty-eight years ago tho first postngs stamps were used In the United States. For 15 yoAM postage bad been collected entirely in money, anil in all casos prepayment was optional Good old John Haywood, who in 1030 became the "worthy master of the pasta" at Boston, and the drat postmaster In AmoricA, employed chance conveyance in stead of pastnge, with "by the kindness tome traveler as his postal servico; and nothing was thought about stamping until 1841, though such men as Franklin, Oache, Pickering and Kendall hod been at the bead of the pOJtofHce department, and though tho number of offices had come to bo nearly 14.000. On the 35th of March, 1840, John M. NIlos, of Hartford, became general, and signalized his administration by many reforms. He turned the wrong side out of bis prodocauor's work, and convinced bis party and the president that Amos Kendall tas not such a groat man as bad been Imagined. It was necessary to cap all by a genuine innovation, and ho performed this by suggesting tho postage stamp. The suggestion was recoived with ridiculo, and Mr. Niies soon after retired. Ills successor, Charles A. Wickliire, put the department into the ancient ru again, and when Cave Johnson assumed the portfolio on the 5th of March, 1S45, he found it a herculean task to reinstate the re's form moasures of Mr. Nilesi During s administration the number of bad increased by only (HJ5, but Johnson saw in his term of office 4 237 offices added to the rolls, and witnessed other tokons of prosperity. Among the measures of Mr. Nlles that ho adopted was tho postage-stamp idea. The president bad converted bis postmaster general from opppos-in- g tho reduction of postage to a championship of the lowest paying rates, and Johnson garnishod his conversion with fathering the suggestion originated six years before. The matter took form as a bill before congress, and though it was quite to oppose the fashion any cabinet suggestions, the act authorizing the issue of stamps of 5 and 10 cent denominations was passed and approved March 3, 1847. The date of the issue was appointed as July 1, but there was a delay in the work and the time ran over a month. New York Letter On the Sth day of August, soon after the There may bo something in the asserted opening of the poitm&stergeneral's olllce for science of physiognomy, but I am an unbethe day, an old gentleman called to see Mr liever. My own idea is thnt the face of a Johnson on business. The gentleman was man may show his character, indeed, but tho Hon. Henry Shaw, a New Yorker, who that whenever it does the likeness is the re was not a stranger in Washington in those suit of acqulromant rather t' an najuro. days, an whoe home was In Lanesborougb, My meaning is that, when a young fallow Moss. He was a Berksblro county magfinds that his viage Is going to be somber nate, a politician of no mean qualifications, and placid, ho is opt to decide that be will and tb; father of the well kuown Henry be a minister; that the possession of strikShaw, Jr., ("Josh Billings'). Twenty-thre- e ingly bnndsome foatures often sends a man years before Mr. Shaw had recognized in a on tho theatrical stage; and tho unlucky youth of 17 a tanner's boy who came to chap born to be repallantly ugly,' gets Laneeborough to study law the germs of discouraged, glvoi up trying to make a, good a great life. He assisted the lad in obtain- impression and takes to roguery. Of ooursj, ing a library, and thus inaugurated a friend- - I may be altogether wrong. snip that death could only sever. Heading in the newspapers that the pojlce After twelve years of practice, in the fall had arrested all tbo recognized pickpockets of 1830, the young lawyer was elected to in the crowds of the Grant funeral, I ont congre from tho Eleventh congressional to the central oflloe to s3 tho collocton, of district of Massachusetts. When George rascals face. There were 102. I tried to H. Brigs took his seat in December, 1831, criticise them impartially. The oduijaslon he was deUrrmined to work, and be carried must in all honesty be made that, as an out bis determination so well that his con- entire assemblage, they could not have been stituents kept him in congress twelve year. mistaken for delegates to a Youtu Mao's Duriug that time be did lODg and laborious Christian association; and yet I could service as chairman of tho comtnlttoo of the count but twenty-seve- n who satisfied ail the s postoffice and and was both in demands of scoundrelly expression, for only the committee and in Mr. NUes' office the that number prosented the typical tbief'd advocate of tho reforms above alluded to. visage, with evil, unsteady eyes, thin, cruol In tho Twenty seventh congress he crowned mouths, and beardless cheeks aud chmjL I lis series of reforms by inaugurating a account for those by my theory that niey moveinw'it for reducing the rates of postage were living up to tho countenances which to 10 and 5 cents. The house passed the nature bad put on them. Of what earthly bill, but the senate did not reach it, and it use (leaving heaven out of the account) failed of beooming a law until the following would it bo for ono of thorn to live an bop-eyear. life! He would bo constantly compelletl Mr. Johnson came into his office, accomto disprove his face. panied by the printer of the new stamps, a Tho majority of the prisoners look J like lew minutes attar Mr. Shaw had arrived, nothing in particular, except that tboVtro on that Augut morning. Sheets of the ovldencus of drunken habit, and in rayiy stamps "were laid before tho postmaster gencases wore clothes too flashy for anybody eral, who, after receipting for Hiem, handed save negro minstrels or avowed maruiflers. them to bis visitor to itupsct. Mr. Shaw The indications of professional thievery returned them after a hasty glance, and wero in tholr maimers and talk rathej- - than then drawing out bis wallet, be counted out their feature'. A goolly minority In the IS cents, with which he purchased two of lot had faces for merchants, editor', clergythe stampi the first two ever Usual. The men, or any other kind of presumably mpral stamp ho kept as a curiojity, and tho and Intellectual persons. I asked Chief Do stamp be preentod to Governor teciive Byrnes about it, "Tho officer who Brlggs ns an appropriate gift. would attempt to detect thieves by appearThe two denominations of stamps re- ances Is too much of a theorist to be ol any mained in use four years. In July, 1851, ap- practical use," was the reply. peared a new series of 1 and li cents, and won after a subsequent issue of the addiA Deaf 3Iute's Odd Letter. tional denomination of 5, 10, 12, 24, LtO and New York Sun. 90 ceuts. In 601 this sarioi was callod The following unique application for emby Montgomery Blair, Lincoln's ployment na3 received last spring by a in postmaster geneial, nul a new series farmer of Eiox county, New York. Tho issued. July 1, 1S03, the first stamp writer is an ordinarily intelligent man, nnd appeared, and was to accommodate local bis oddities seem to roult from habitual postage. April 1, 1SG5, newspaper stamps of shortening in the expression of idoas 5, 10 and 25 cents were Issuod, but fell Into lurougis signs, ine handwriting was plain l, rorly disuse. In March, IbOa, J. A. J. and clear, and the spelling correct, Tho Grant's postmaster general, brought impression produced by the letter among out a new series, but thoy did not coma into those who know tho writer was that the favor, and aftor two months were super-tode- d deaf ttmto mind must ovolve ideas in a way by a series of the denominations of 1, btrikingly to that customry with 2, 3, 4, 0, 10, 15, S) nud 9J cents. speaking and hoarlng peoplo. Tnis is what In 1S73 the repeal of the franking privilege he wrote: "I have just received a letter to mado neaoeiary the departmental stamps of you and got an opportunity. I expect that special design. They are as follows: Execu- we were all well and enjoy to hear from tive, 1. 2, 3, 0 and 10 cents, state, 1, 2, 3, 0, you. I have boon to Champlain and stay 7, 10, 12, 15, 21, 30 and 'J) cent, and 2, 5, 10 there longer time ago and Henry Cnarlow a and 20 dollars; treaiury, war and navy, deaf mute man would liko to come and stay each, 1, 3, 3, 0, 9. 10, 12, 15. 24, 3J and 00 through summer and saw wood and build cotiti, and interior, justice and postoffice, stone on barn and will begin to plant corn each, the sams excopting tho 0 csnt stamp. and potatojs on farm. I think you will be Kinoe Dec 11, 1875, prepayment stamps for glad to tee me, but I don't want go Joseph newspapers and periolicalsfrom publication Jerdo Bacau'e I should like best of you office have been issued. The denominations very much." uro 3, 3. 4, 0, 8, 0, 10, 12, S4, 33, 48, CO, 73, Careful About the Us aces. 84 and DJ cents, and 1.0J, 3, (J, 0, 13, 21, 30, Cincinnati Enquirer. 43 and CJ dollars. Very careful is Lester Wallaok about tho usages of good society. Ho ran away with Had Come to Conquer. the daughter of an English noblemau, (Newport Cor. New York Telegram.! There was a man in this place two or three whoso acquaintance he had made while an years ago whom no one knew, but he bad officer iu a crack regiment of the English army. When Wallack lost Montagus, who tome ts'oonquor, and bo did. On bis bo calmly took a carrlago and left gave him entire satisfaction, ho was comcards on ovary lady lu the laud. Sotuo one pelled to take 0mund Tearle. One mornsked him to a ball; he then proceeJei to be ing at rehearsal Tearle committed the faux as he sat down generally introdusod. People became tired pas of lifting bis coat-tnil- s f uskiiyr, each other who ho was. No one to mako love to a young lady in hor drawing-Wallack was disgusted at the became .intimate euough with him to ask room. act. bim personal questions, and, by being "Let me tell you, Mr. Tearle, that a genlej convenpeculiar about ience," he pasted a beaon at Newport with tleman's wardrobe Is sufficiently large to a out skipping an entertainment of any kind, permit of his rumpling as many coat-tail- s and iu Uw autumn disappeared as quietly as day as ho pleases." ho had come. That man has a future before Tho Girl and the Hoy. Trim ho mhy becoms the proslleut of the (s f post-masto- r 1VIc.lt-lino- post-office- con-tract- "Hero are the oxtromes of plant life," said a botanist, holding a microscof lo slide Iu ono hand and a picture of a great tree in tho othor. "This is a diatom, one of tho smallest vegetable organism, invisible to tho naked oyo, while this," flourishing the picture, "is the largest troo as to height in tho world." "One of tho sequoias)'' "No," was tho reply. "Uncle Sam has dono pretty well with troos, but when it comos to height tho British lion takes the belt, as tho loftiest trees are found in the Australian dominion. This picture is a photograph of ono found by a traveler in the black rango of Berwick, and it is estimated At 500 fo3t from the grounl to the topmost branch. Think of It a moment," continued the speaker. "Five hundred feet mean a good deal It would dwarf the BarUioldl statuo; Trinity would look like a telegraph polo compared to it; tho Brooklyn bridge would bo nowhere; Strasburg cathodral would bo fifty-fou- r feet below tho birds' nests on tho top branches, and, it tho giant was placod by tho side of tho pyramid of Cheops, the leaves of the eucalyptus would That's foot above it till bo twonty-fiv- o tho kind of treos they havo in Australia, and they are undoubtedly the largest on the globe, though it is claimed that the California specimens are more improsslre from tholr greater bulk, "Tho gum trees, as the Australian glanbi ore callod, are a comparatively modern discovery, and for a long timo It was impossible to approach them, but now roads are broken, and travelers can ride directly to the foot of several. One of the first known, a Kanni eucalyptus (Eucalyptus colossea) of botanists, was dbcovored in a glen of tho "Warren river, western Australia. When found by a party of riders, it was prostrato upon tbo ground, and four riders abreast entered the trunk, that was estimated at 400 feat in length. Another spocies, E. Amzgdaltna, measured by Boylo in tho gloomy fore.t of Daudenong, was found to be 420 feet long, while another, now growing on tho Black Spur, ten miles from Hoalosville, Is 4S0 feet high. "Tbeso measurements, you see, an far Ahead of tho California trees, one of tbo largest, that I think is known as 'The Father of the Forest,' only measuring 435 foot and being 110 foot in circumferenco at the base. Tho ono colled 'The Mother of tho Frost measures 323 feet in height, with a circumferenco at the base of ninety feet When they felled tbo famous Traveler' in 1S53, and, by the way, overy man that had a band in it ought to have boon sent to Dry Tortugas, it took five or six men nearly a month to bring it to the ground, and they had all kinds of tools to work with, pump augers, wodges and everything you could think of." An Unbeliever In I'hyslocnomy. On Dantllle stroot, In Stanford. The lot contains two acres and has on It a comfortable dwelling, corn crib, a splendid cistern stable, wood-bous- e, J. Ml. HIGGiyti, and a huge number of fruit and ornamental trees Thlslsonsofths moat desirable residences In the place. Tor: terms and further particulars, applr to Stanford. JOil.X Ji. $smM$& y1gtH'nlasssssngrK K. rlltlill'H, A.T Masonlioimor's Restaurant OrrosiTC Cousr-Uou- SUBURBAN H0MEXZ mm .m s Found great relief. It has entirely restored mo to health." James French, Atchison, Kans., writes: "To all persons suffering from Liver Complaint, I would strongly recommend Aycr's Sarsaparilla. I was nffllctcd with a dlseaso of tho lirer for nearly two years, when n friend adrlscd mo to take this medicine. It gave prompt relief, and has cured nic." Mrs. II. M. Kidder, 41 Dwlght St., Boston, Mas., writes: "For several jcars I h.ivc used Aycr's Sarsa-parll- h in my family. I never feel safe, even Half a mile from ;Maln street, Stanford, 'lie house, entirely new, contains 5 rooms, cellar, front and back porchra. All necessary outbuildings. Meals are wrred it all hours. Game always on Lot contains 10 acres. Best ratletr ol fruit of all hand and In Its aoaion, oyttcrs fresh nsn, and aim-li- kinds In the county, In full bearing. Call on or delicacies serred In alt sUIm and onsbort addreu, TIIOS. IttVlTAHVH,Ky. notice, look out for the sign ''Woodbine Heatau-ran0l-HUnlord, and call when you are hungry- - DANVILIJ2, - - - KENTOOKYi fFOlt SALE OK HIPS 1. ar t" FARM FOR SALE. LUMBER YARD. Hating opened up a lumber yard In the rear of our aiore, wo are now Prepared to Furnish any kind!of Lumber good condition, well tmproyetl. has brick house In tbo rough. Tostaof all kinds. Shingles cut, and all the necowary outbuildings. Apply to or sawod and shared. Also Agenta for the Dan Tills address ue at McKlnnev. Kr. l'lanlng Mills. 3 t&0-2- m ,H .A. 2i.t nmatiTJb cvntiAX. At Home without It. As a liver mediclno nnd general purifier of tho blood, It has no equal." Mrs. A. B. Allen, Wluterpock, Va., writes: "My youngest child, two years of age, was taken with Bowel Complaint, which wo could not cure. Wo tried many remedies, but he continued to grow wor.c, and finally becamo so reduced in flesh that wc could only move him tipou a pillow. It was suggested by ono of tho doctors that Scrofula might bo tho cause of the trouble. Wo procured a bottlo of LUMBER! All narions lndsbted lo W. M. Ball, dee'd, will Dressed Pine Flooring, Coiling, Woathor sue costs and trouble by fettling at once with tto Boards, Finishing Lumber, Green undersigned. f tae el ta. i lathtrol tnm tr etna, tk fUUr BtttMs altff tht aU lUtioi It rlntpl tlmtiUURi Ibkl Iasmbi h, ftftl ftkUcn vrolnlai tit PwrtUt la fate UrijffMtaMtM AtBbroUrrif Iti UttittU with U bttllfif muV hptc Mih lWhen nnlll tUatrthU fU, til th UtatjfiMpl Cbikoiii KiwtPT dp flwuf Qnt ft 11 ,w Tt (, Bunt Mrtlm t kftB rtwMf Ut Couth- Crtif, WhMriif Cxh fttl CBiampUai &1 m lftul. fttf Ask eSIII iiilitw)iiUH L Prlt. f Ifufel! Sc. $1. WALTER A. TA YLO R, AtUnU. Q. trltf t ilala lh Tttw titril 1 -, .I'm " f--r Djt.aurj J CblLlfti TtiMt. f ! if " 4'ilftiti, Both tor Mie hy Dr. M. L. lUiUHNE. Blanford. V H1Q05KK Hl'CRI.KIirRRY COKUUt ft LrTLK 62-t- f Administrator of V. M. Ball. Lumber in the Bough, inoluding Laths and Shingles. MYERS HOTEL STANFORD. KY. E. H. BTJRN8IDE, - Propr This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains ita High Roputation, AND I'or the conreulence of our customers In Stanford and slclnltr we hare arranged with Geo. an It, ffViir-fi- t to keep on his yards It assortment aa cheap as of our Lumber, where they can get from us direct. He will a!o make estimates for any bills not on hands, which we will nil on short notice. MKLVIX A-- HA VtH. Uly, Ky. ii-C- LOGS WANTED. I will pay the highest price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and Hickory Logs deliver-e- d at any station of tho L. &N., K.O. orO. S.R. R. . Sarsaparilla and commenced giving it to him. It surely worked wonders, for, In a short time, ho was completely cured." Sold by all Druggists. Prepared by Dr. AYER'S IU Proprietor ii Determined that it Bhtul be tieoond to no Country Hotel in the State in iti Fare, Appointmenti, or Atten tlon to Comfort of their Gneitt. eoTejfd t eiarge. Special a) fouitvun. Mew Mima Chicaco St ;(q- - Through Coaohos and Pullman SloopinR Cars From l'rlco $1; Six bottles, $5. J. C. Aver & Co., Lowell, Mass., U. S. A. Baggage will be and f,0,",l,V-.d to Commercial Traselers. The Bar will always s.ppliea with U. choicest raidaofLlqorMdCIan. lieulHTllIe to Chicago, ClllClnilHtl lO ClllCARO, IuillauapollH to CIiIchko. THHOUGH TIME TABLE Via LouliTllle: Lre. LouliTllle Arr. J. 0TTENHEIMER, Crab Orchard, Ky. & MISSISSIPPI The Direct lloute to . R. Ml Ague Cure Ague, Intermittent or Clilll Fever, Bo mtttcnt Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, Dengue (or " Break-bon- o ' Fever), Liver Complaint, and all diseases arising from Malarial poisons. AYER'S Don't When needing anything sgt St. Louis & tho West JLOUINVILLE or CINCINNATI. i.llULIS lirllle Korthwtst and Southwest by the way of IS WAURANTED to euro Fever nnd lnthe line o- fWall Paper Decorations, Paints, oils, Varnishes, Window Glass, and Painters' Supplies Generally, That Chaltanooga lorLou-XV.- ll and ClnrlonaU n n?,KV'.!inr:U0,,.i?1 tb,?r ',0"", """ " on Ohio A MlsiUtlppi tM Bt . I f7 10 a m ICMpm LTe.'llnrlunatl ...... Louis and all points Wnl. I 11 45 pm II 20 pm " Indianapolis. ., S 20 p m I 6 5i a iu TTnnrHj Onlfrom or Arr. Chicago.......... t lng two hours l. Louis. than any other line, glrlngour lMoar.rs Dally. fnatly oicept Hunday. time for meals and nrst choice of Mats In trains going West, Be sure your tickets rtad tla the Via Cincinnati; Ifrelte. " C4lco...... .......... -- 17S Main p 1 I 7 I 30 iu 20 p m ( m 3 VO a m g 00 a m 0p "I"" ra 10 B' "Harpers, S. C, July 0, 1SS4. "For eighteen months suf-crc- d with Chills and Fever, having Chills every other day. After trying various remedies recommended to cure, used a bottle of Aycr's Ague Cure, and 7iave never since ltad a chill. EDWLY HARPER." I I (L. N. A. A C. I'.'y) as It Is the quickest, the belt od mostdlrtct line to Chicago and points has a full, fresh and Innd Near the In the Northwest. new slock of all the aboie goods, which he propoxs to dliJW ol at the Tickets tla the Morion lloute on sale at all principal ticket offlcw. Kor rates, aud lull Information, addrrts Wll. S. BALDWIN, O.I'. A., Chicago. A. J. O'llElLLY, O. H. A., (LouliTllle. eltlea. That can bo made ouUlde or inside thecan find Dealing exclusltely In the abote line, you to stlrct from at at his store a letter aMortment more satisfactory prices than elsewhere. post-offlc- e, A. E. Gibbon, ttil St., Danville, MONON ROUTE, mx O. 8t Louis Most Reasonable rignros Fast Timo and Sure Con With all Li dm at Always makM &M. Tens. nootions Dr. J. rnniurtED by C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Maw. Sold by all Druggists. Window Glass, Mixed Paints and Fine Varnishes a Speoialty. Carpets A trial U low. C2- -t CIESnPEnKEl) OHIO II. nd Builders' Taper constantly on hand. solicited and satisfaction Is sure to fol- Ouly Line sla and Intorraediat points No Ferric, No OiiiiiliKTrMiiii. -- hum A. K. tVfflIMAty Direct, murine, jw "WASHINGTON, Baltimore, Philadelphia York City, WITH and New tkuthwNi. hh0.1. o;,rJ'in.7iB .'"p?t. h " "" na f,0"'"'t lo... h.. poit-road- HAITSHR It Is a medicinal preparation, and, at the same time, an elegant and cleanly toltot article. Its action upon the scalp is healthful. It nourishes the glsuis,whIchsupport tho hair, and causos thin, dry hair to thick, soft, aud vlgscous. It restore tho color of youth to locks, which havo become faded with a?o or disease; and relieves and cures Itcliinff, caused by humors of the scalp. Df. George Gray, Nashua, X. II., writes: "It gives xuo pleasure to testify to the wonderful effects produced by Hall's Vegetatrlc Sicilian Hair Iteuewar, as observed by me iu very many cases.' It will CEivmntv ncsTonn Tin: lt.uit to its oniQtsftL color. It cleanses tho head of dandruff, and leaves tho hair soft, glossy, nnd beautiful." F. T. Sandhclu, 1010 Spruco t Philadelphia, Pa., writes: "After unnr'UHngly trying a number of prcparatlostsj to prerent my hair from falling out, an, realizing that I was fat becoming bald, Wled, as a Ust report, Hall's Hair Ilcucwsr. I hnvc used only four bottles of the Bons'ver, and mn perfectly RatUflnl that It U tho best preparation in the mnrkit inu checking tho falling out of hair, lnvijertlng tho hair roots, and promoting a nesT growth." be-co- Dr. E. Offloe on J. Nickerson, Danville, Ky. -- RENEWER. Physician and Surgeon, 4th St., ttPullman Cars. Only Line Tla Tuaoiuii w,v..i?oufh:'uon,dDa,;d,r anT ,,,Ui-- " For full and reliable loformalloii In nmA to Klchniontl, Old Point Comfort (llrgcla Hotel) and Newport News, In connection with Old Dominion Bteamihlps lo 0ood.Viri;o,u7.'wrcl1oloe;Vl?l'rrl.OU,'h,,U rassenger Ag'tOhl AMlul..ii lallwar. was! "iSIiioGrnH b'ShaT iATOk,i st Piles aud FlHtula Perfectly ustiej-w- Cured. YORK, Miners Bteamshlp Line to Aai Merchants and No Knifo, Ligaturo or Caustio Usod. No DetentionliFrom Business. Xo BOSTON. Through Trains frctn Winchester, Ky., to KANAWHA PALLS, Treatment Mild. Resorts. Shortest and Ouiokest Route from Oen tralKentuoKjto all Points North, Last, West and Southwest. Fast Line Between Eflect Oct. Itoule." Aud other Famous Yitclnla Springs and Pleasure HantlnKi Fishing, lUthlng and all kinds of for the tourist, Inralld or iortman. TMsIlne runs through tho Alleghany Moun tain!, on tbo banks ol beautiful rivers aud .triul-natea- WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS LEXINGTON A CINCINNATI Schedule In II. 1S85. 1 8orjTn-Bocw- NbTST "Kb. nt -- Cure Certain and Permanent. Cure, No ray. Ex. Hun. i.Te. LOTinirton on Dally Kx. Bun. 2 00 pm 2 3 pm 17 p m '" "N. !.' - M'lBfulh ' Special Attention also Given to Chronic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, As well as all Diseases peculiar to Women. Chartce moderate. Dr. N. can bo consulted frco of ohargo and will be lound at his office at all ine nexi inreo incnius. times Br rv.rmti.lnn hn rrfara to (lie following ZCn- S. tlemen:J. 8. Uosley, (1. C A. Uckey, T11rnY1 Irwta, W u... .1 IT.. 1...U. if. IAW vu. OIBU1UIU, AT., JUJ, I . f a Tai. ...il'ul " . Temple, John St. Hnoonsmore, HI in Cook, Dan l. Ky.; Iter. J. A. Hogle, IlutonTllle; II, O. tills, Sutton, J. S. Iloblnson, Lancaster, Ky.: Then. H. Walker. CC.Cbrltman. Klrkssllle, Kr.; J. H Johnson, BryantsTllle. Ky.;J. I'. Daniel, Mch.ln-neJ, Uosley, Lebanon, Ky.. Geo. Lew- Ky.j li. UADinbolliTllle. Kr. A. a. aicwiuuis, IHJWJIU Green, Ky.; Geo. Bohon, Judge J. W. Hughes, UarroJiUurs, Ky.jC.C. Shumate, McAfee, Ky. ariwtmi OtMrrratton Carson Day Trains. Ilegular Mfketa good for itcp-oTand all ran lo combined without extra expense. 1 or full Informaof MMlltlualBpringi, tion, ratcxat Hotels, analysis 1'ulluun blecnlng Car soaco. Tickets. Ac. call on first-cla- THE SEA SIIOIIE. u ...i;,M' i.i. .... ... .. .. ...V. . Afflxington I1.M. 1 1 1 Arr. 1'ailfc. - irmniins. in 8 10 9 JS a m 1 31 11 M n.'in ,, Z, i 00 11 40 . u v.. ;..;.. .. ... S pm Z I a g ... . , " " IjrifMtor Itowland ffifi2'r! 41 til I I . I 2 ft C r rr 1.1 O'j S W. U. MeltOBnitTfl, V. ir licset Agent, Stanford, Ky. . W, MM1T11, Oon'l Manager, Cres-wol- Ulohroond D.(J. EDWAKD3, Gen'l Western I'asifnger Agent. Cincinnati, O. H. WHITTLKSEV, rassenger irar. LouliTllle, Agi. Ky. W. FIIM.KIl, II. Gen'l I'aaa'r Ag't. Virginia. " ., .,. pm, am 11 5 iuud !i p Lre. Hlchntond Arr. Here. LUliijyton. Noani-BouN- -' .1 Ulpn, 30 p iu 00 fi No. I No. 8 No. 1 Buckingham's Dye roit Tiin y: (. All Open AXX Letter! WHISKERS commends Itself to nil who. have occasion to uso a dyo for tho beard, or mustache. It will change gray, faded, or sandy whiskers, to a beautiful beowu or black, as desired. Tho colors' produced nro natural and lasting. Itsiwuot bo washed off, ontains no dcstrucUro Ingredients, Is cheap, safe, convenient, to use, nnd effectual. PREPARED DV B. A. Ornnd Combination JOURNAL And the UuUrille LADIES ARB DkXI'LV Lre. Llslnirston.i,, 4 00 a iu ...... " Merea 10 22 am Arr. Hlchmood ... 1., S5a ml Lre. Itowland 717.7.. TT . 7 18 ' lu.... " Lancaster .. 8 0J am Air. Ulrhmond .11 00 a m Lre. Itlchuiond OOJam 1 2S pm,... Arr. Winchester,.,. J 05 am 2 Jl Arr Tarls THE INTERIOR Lre. Lexlugtou .., Lre I'arls " Cynthlana. " 1'almouth .. Arr. Cotlnton .. j.tl 7 8 8 9 a m 8 2J a ra ... a m a iu 3 30 pmj 5 a iu 3 M p mi s a m 4 4T n nil A II SO a m 00 ji in 8 25 20 S3 55 25am... 20 pm 51 pm M ... 15 Jim HEAD IT. BxLilK, Ox., Nor. C, MAMVUlK 1331. IIHANOH. I Weekly Courier-Journ- al year for only 83 two pipers for little One more than the price one. 1 Nosth. Bound Lre Corlniton.... ; I Qkmtlkiik: I hare been using your wonder- Ex. Dallr rnrs: u n.fEx. oun, Da I, B. P. nALL lo CO., NashnayW. H., U. Sold by all dealers lu medicines. A. al By paying ua S3 you will recelre for one year the your home paper with the Courier-Journa- l, reprceentatiTe newspaper of the South, democratic and fur a tariff for rerenueonlr, and the best, brightest and ablest family weekly In the United Htaten. Those who desire to examine a aamplo can do ao at this office. copy of the Courier-Journ- al - -- THE SEMt-WEOKIi- Y Interior Journal STANl'OHD, KY. $ MONEY MADE! 5 0' inrs'M ea P4.1W I i st1 Tftwlcj f r i J, fw "3IV0UA7' SeiiSirn ru.tstts W- - P. WALTOM, Pro'r. low price of "United Bfit. A Dakota Contrivance. a Exchange. A Kingsbury county (Dakota) man has lad a contrivance so arranged that in 'the vent of a storm at night all he used do U to pulDi cord and bis bed will sinlt through Norristown Herald. A Yew York paper has dUcovered a most "unusual belle' in a whistling glrL Sho should bo taken a fow miles out at sea and anchored alongside of a whistling buoy. F11M19 published ercry Tutolsr iJ KrldiT at tbo TWO DOLLARS PEJt YEAH. 20 Per Ccii Pr:St. lV7ia.v Xft C?' . '. if - n 1 j 1 Direct connections are made at Wlncheilor and without exception they bare all bwn wonder-fall- y Chesapeake A with Ohio for S rsllsTtd and cured. Intra this endorsjment Uuntfugton, Charleston, Mt. Va., erl Eastern W. and cit. wIUvKUiallcltatlqn, and freely, for the benefit ol the suffering ones of my sex. Boi.dTMwf. Very rispectfully, Mas. Anna IIahi'. Bend for our Treatise on Female Diseases, null ed free, AddreM THE BKADFIELD IlEOULATOIl CO., Box 2J, Atlanta. Gt. I.ir sole Ky Dlt. M, L. UOUltNK, dtauforJ, Ky. 0 27 a ml S 28 pm " Carllslo 7 2rt a ml BSD- - BIDDEN FOR LIFE! tapm " Mlllersburg. 7 48 a m 4 47 nm Arr Paris 8 IS a ml 8 15 m to a kind I'roTldenoe, I was directed But thanks " Ixlngton.,... 9 10 a in 0 in ;. ... " Cirlngton to IU nu and my Ills and health bare boen spared " 80 a m 8 4s p m me. If my means would admit of It I would ner-e- r . n,l i ... HOTK. Irnln. bt without It In tny house. chsaur. Loxlniton" ami aVngufn; othw lraln' I hare recommeodetl It toanumberofmyfrleuds aryilally except Sunday. 11 "1 ful remedy, "Dr. Bradfleld's Female Ilegulator,' " Islington In my family for a long Ilia), and I want lo say to I'arls the suffering ones efmytexthat tbero nertr was A" llllleraburg Carlisle anything equal to It. Would to God that eiery " Johnson atSlcted woman In our land knew of Ita wonderful " Mayirllle TlftuMandcuralire powers as I do. I hare uied a grant deal of It since the birth of my last child bout a year and a half ago, and I do think had It not been for this raluable medicine, I would bare Lre Mirsrllle- been " Johnson HOUTU-Kotlf- 2 00 pm 725 a 4 20 pm 8 20 a m 8 25 pm 8 7 a m I 9 08 a m 6 10 pm l 08 a 111 7 07 p iu 10 50 a m 7 60 pm I ling ST Ex. Hun. Ex. Kun 5 45 a m Dally o. fii DiIIt 2 45pW into a cyclone cellar. Is prlntfJati'l examine the labl on which your lutno JOB "7VrOIa.I3L OF ALL CLASHES ni 1 sr(fi ( iftiA, in the amount t("' ''f A.umi ' T'oitly and Cheaply Executed. R. K. Avory "SOUTHERN &. ''7- " 9) CiOU wl, Htmf.l Sons Uoulevillo, Ky, BIVOUAC," IWnger Agent, C W.SMTTHr' " B. t. B. MOUSE, w. II, WlfiTTr pqrv . W M "- - . I