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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885101601 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. mmt neell & titefio Imiftuil NO. 65. last chance. vol. xiy. AGRICULTURAL, STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1885. A Hooter in the Mind, The following happy inspiration is from Three creameries in Madiion county, lows, par the farmer from $125,000 to the pen of the Louisville Euning VoCt "Man in the moon" all by himself: $150,000. fthllahml Tit c ml aw and Friday B3.00 X33H ANNUM W ten paid strictly In advance. is aaid that "butter-makinar now practiced on many farm, in an absolute waste of valuable raw material." If wa have to It is said that cows that are fed a little It mildiikd's grain in connertion with their pasture, yield a larger proportion of cream in theiir W. P. WALTON. milk, and always mike hard butter even in warm weather. Those who grow sorghum should allow Fishery. The Seal past month the steamer the seed to partly ripen before cutting the During the crop. I he yield of sweet is not leas, and from prorincial port eoK'Kel in the seal having sorghum seed is worth as much per bushel fishery hTe been returning home, for feeding as corn, and U an important had one of the moat auccessfull ieotn er-- er part of the product. made in the businew. Full return will I tie sweet potato is one of the most val beRiitn later. The fullowlnj from the uable crops grown. In addition to being a Wand JtM i of InteriMl: been unusually favorite on the table it makes excellent "The seal fidicry h Many cteamew food for stock. Ilogs fatten very quickly lucceasfully tlili Kroundi on cooked iweet potatoes, which are a cheap have returned from the article of food, considering that 300 bushto the water' ede. loaded down almost els per acre is not an unusual yield. Steamer Kinger, with orer 20 men on The grass seed should he sown immedi35,000 bjard, returned to Bt. John' with largest catch ately after the wheat is in, and if it is rollprime young harp aeali, the ed or lightly harrowed over after the irrass for her tonnage erer lawn into any port in seed is sown so much the better. At all the world, eyery nook And corner of the compell- event the grass seed should be soan on ihlp being Jammed full, fihe waa fresh ground, and if it can not be town un ed to ateam (lowly from the lime of leaving a ratn ha packed the ground a il, tr. in nrcvent utxettlne. and had to ui alter light harrow should be run over the field af creep home inch by Inch. Fortunately the ter tho seed is sown. sea siaa calm all the waj. Her deck, cot-er- etl One of the most successful of Illinois to the top of her rati with 7,100 eal, dairymen keeps 100 cow, hut never raises wu a aight never before eeeu in 8t. JohnV. a pound of hay. lie feeds his ctttle corn The companion way wa covered in, only fodder, cut when in blossom, bound and room enough beinj left for a man to set up until cured, or till winter, when it equetxi himself Into the doorway. The is removed to the barn. He get seven lazaret contained 720, and 250 wer.a elowed tons to the acre, and claim it is worth as under the brunk in which the men alept much as the best hay. Germantown TelEight puncheon wre filled with oil, and egraph. the rest wa atowd in the hold." t8clfii. The greatest number of beef cittle ever tlfic American. received fn one day at the live stock yards Extracts Fkom x Fouincoiiiso Win ofChicigo was 12,070, August 27. At sixthis one day' receipts Book. "At the battle of Bhllo me and teen to the grant wa right together all the time. I would have filled 755 cars, or formed a sinkep cool all day, but sometime .grant got gle track nearly six miles long. Allow-in- p them to dress, on the average, GG7 sorter excited. A I gallupt croas the bat. tie fel with my blak hare flowin' and look-i- n' pounds, there were 8,000,000 pounds of beef like the moke comin' out of the chlm-le- y arrived on that single day. The Elgin Butter Company is now con of a ateam Inline, grant topt me and aedtome: 'Oenrul, your life I too pre ducted by Germans exclusively, who conehni to be flung away.' Then I eorler ton- trol, also, seven other companies. Fifty-fou- r farmer find it profitable either to ed down and pide 'tcntlon to the bumshell ilyln' thlckern hailfones in aatorm. When deliver the milk at the factory or to sell the fu' day1 fight was over the Inemy cream to the company' agent; the matter thawt we w licked; but we had je' done is optional with the farmers. About twendrawed them In a trap whar we cood pestle ty thousand pounds of milk daily are rethem all too peece the nex' day. Rum ceived at the factory in Elgin. Kye is the first green crop for use in the fokt thawt we had bin surprised; but we want eurprlsed a bit. We was jfV foolin', spring as fodder. If sown at once and thickand the nex' mornln' we jes' cut loose an' ly it may be use for pasture during the made the confedrlu git up an git away winter where the climate is mild, especial from that place same a a pael of chick- ly in the South, and will yield a crop of en when they aee a chicken hork nallin' in grain afterward. Or it may be cut green the nr. I made a big peche to my men for soiling before any other crop is ready, after the file, an' me an' .rrant went to the being followed by clover. Three bushels tent and made plan for the nex'campane." per acre of seed should be used for this purwatt anv tlm. 83.00 will U charted. Tr. They stood alono under the great obande-lie- r in her father's drawing room. She had promised to be his bride, his joy, the mistress of his home (his mother's home) DEALERS IN- before the frost of another autumn had turned the green leaves to seared and withered relics of a happy summer, a rummer that had brought naught save joy to there two young hearts. But now they were quarreling. "You have a mystery; you are keeping a secret from me, Reginald Welborn,'' she said almost freezingly. "Tis too true," he replied hoarsely. "I am false; as false as your mother's teeth. ptore-rooi- u I have deluded you with false hopes and false promises. I am unworthy, utterly, wholly unworthy of you. Farewell, Mildred! I am going now, we will never meet again," "Stay," she commanded. "You will not go until I know all. What ia the dreadful thing you have done?" But Reginald bad gone. VcIvelH, Velveteen, Corduroy, and Braids for Trimming to match the various Mildred went to her room with a great shades. In Cloaks wo ofl'er Inducements never before presented. We have a tremendous stock prices so low that you will he astonished. Elegant short Wraps, Russian Circulars, Newload on her heart, and hastily dashed these and lines to her mother who was absent at an markets, Dolmans, Ac. You should call early to make your selection; they are selling rapidly and we can not duplicate present prices Eastern watering place: "DzAn Mamma: Come home at once. In Staple Dry Goods we carry a much larger stock than any other House in Central Kentucky. Flannels were I think Reginald wants to bolt. He made never so low as now. Of Canton Flannels, Jeans, Bleached and Brown Domestics, Prints, Satteens, Ginghams, a great bluff to get hi ring back this after &c, we have an unusually large stock at prices that will sell them o very time. noon and I fear I shall be unable to bold him without your assistance. lie is playOar stock of Fancy Goods and Notions is complete and attractive: Silk Flush and Felt in various shades, ing the old game, but he is young and Arasine in Silk and wool, Banner Rous and Ornaments, Trimming Buttons, Clasps, &c, doesn't do it very well. Please come home We wish to call special attention to our stock of Ladies' and Children's Underwear, which embraces a very and help me or he will get away, and if I should lose this chance I don't know what largo assortment at verv reasonable prices. Corsets of all tbe best and most popular makes. (We can sell you a Corset for 50 cents whfch one year ago sold at $1.) It is impossible for us to mention in this space the attracI will do. Come home by return mail if tions which we have to offer you and it's useless to mention prices, for our reputation is established and will be possible, and we'll get oar hoads together maintained as selling the most goods for the least money of any House this side of tho Kentucky Rivor. again. Yours, Mildred. you poroon on paper. wo -- ROBERTSON & KINNAIRD. DANVILLE. KY. We come again with the aimouiiceiiieiit that our large is tilled from top to bottom with the best selected and most elegant stock of goods we have ever displayed. In our Iress Goods Department everything that is new and novel is represented: ISouclcs, Home Slun, Wool ITrcse, Canvass Cloths, Camel's Hair, Bourctts; in fact, everything iv.cv and desirable in way of Hress Goods. yak lace at Como to soo us and lot us verify to In tho statements mako car-loa- The Great Pyramid, Mr. J. B Bailey writes to the St, James GastUe a follows, with reference to the de- ROBERTSON & KIKTINTAIRD, sirability of exploring the great pyramid: DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Now that Groat Britain I dominant at Cairo, would It not be a good plan to clear away the aand and rubbish from the base of the great pyramid right down to its rocky foundation, and try to dircover thoee IiEE F. HUFFMAN, The Bible contains 3,5G0,3S9 letters, 310,-09- 7 Millinery x Makingl vast corridors, halls and temples containSTANFORD, KY. verses, 1,181 chapters and words.31,173 Oflce South side Main Street, two doors abovt NEW FIRM. ing priceless curiosities and treasures with CO books. The twenty-seventchapter of theMyeralioUl: which tradition in all ages has credited the Eira contains the alphabet. The nineteenth Fare Nitrous Oxide Gai administered when re- Mrs. M. V. Taller & Miss Ella Smiley quired. great pyramid? The wonderful building, chapter of the Second Book of Kings and Have formed a partnership and can hereafter be of such exquisite workmanship, was erected the thirty-secon8. chapter of Isaiah aie FINE LINCOLN FARMS found on thewill W. corner of Main and Drpot sts., where they keep on hand a full line of seasonmany years before any of the other pyra. alike. Tho first man recorded as being g able Millinery and be prepared to do and making on short notice. Patronage solicited. FOR SALE ! mids, which are only humble imitations, buried in a coffin was Joseph fiftieth built by another nation, and also for other chapter of Genesis, twenty-sixtvere. We offer for sale two of the best Farms In Lincoln county, Ky. Both lie 3 miles from IIus purpose?; for neither King Cheops nor anyChicago Times. tonvllle, on tbe Mlddlcburg pike, Lincoln Circuit Court. body else was ever interred beneath this is probable that the tricicle and bi1 Contains 810 Acros, No. It D. C. Payne and Bettlo Payne, his wife. On pe mighty mass of stone. The smaller pyraimon. mids also exhibit neither the nicety of pro cycle will become in the future as much of Well watered, fenced and Improved. We will sell Notice is hereby given to whom it may concern a staple article of manufacture as the com 200 acres out of the heart of it, or 273 acres or the that tbe petitioners, D. C. Fay no and Bettlo Payne, portion nor the exactness of measurement, whole ol It, bis wile, have this day filed their petition in the In fcnglana clerk's office of tbe Lincoln Circuit Court, praying both of which characterize the first pyra mon road wagon of No. 2 Contains 140 Acres, that tho Court empower the said Belt's Payne now invested in mid. From internal evidence it seems to fifteen million dollars are to use, enjoy, sell and convey, for her own their production, employment being given Well Improved, fenced and watered, lying Just benefit any property she may own or acquire, free have been built about the year 2170 B. C; across the pike from No. 1. Both Farms are nearly from the claims or debts of her husband; to make people. all In grass aud both aro sightly and productive. contracts, sue and be sued as a single woman, to pose. a short while before the birth of Abraham, to ten thousand -L- ife. VtC, Terms easy. trade In her own name and to dispose of ber own It does not piy to kill the goose that lays more than four thousand years ago. odoriferous JOS. COFFEY,Ky. property by will or deed, Bucken's Arnica Salve It hai been shown that the Ilustonvllle, It Is hereby ordered that this notice be publish the golden egg. A good brood sow is about This one of Jthe seven wonders of the The Beat Sdre In the vorU lor Cut. Brultes molecule of muik it infinlteiimally small. er in the iMTEaion Jocbkal, a newspaper as profitable an animal as the awine breed- world in the days of ancient Greece is the Sor, Salt Rheum, Ferer Sores. Tetter, CbsppcJ published in Stanford, Ky., by two weekly InNo power ha yet been conceived to enable sertions beloro the next regular tvrm of the Liner can own. As an example of what a only one of them all still in existence. The IHndj, ChllbUIns, Corni ana all Skin Eruptloni, coln Circuit Court. the human eye to see one ol the atom of Olven under my hand as clerk of said Court, and pojUlrely curei Hies, or no pay required. I, good brood sow can do, let me Illustrate: hise of this building covers more than thirthis 7th day ot October, J8S5. musk, yet the organ of smell have guaranteed to gle perfect tatlifactlon, or money li In seven years, from IS77 to 1SS1, Cora teen njuare acres of ground. Its four sides J. P. BAILEV, Clk. L. C. C. box. For tale by to detect them. Their sublines refunded. Price 2i cents When needing anything lnj the line of Shellenberger raised sixty-on- e pigs; had face exactly north, south, east and west. It renoj A McAlUter. cn not even be Imagined, nd the same two litters in 1SS2 and 1SS3. These were is situated Wall Paper Decorations, Faints, oils, PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSIC, Ac in the geographical centre of the grain ot muik undergo absolutely no Wonderful Cures. Varnishes, Window Glass, and sold for $2,100. She dropped ninety-thre- e land surface of the globe. It was originalDrug-gliin weight. A single drop of the W. D. Hoyt A Co., wholoaalo and retail We are agents for the old and reliable John Painters Sapplies Gener- pigs and raised sixty-on- e is ly 185 feet high, and each of its Bides mess-ure- a of them. It Church Co., or Cincinnati, Ohio, for tbe sale of Piot Itoine, Oa., aay: "Wo haie been Belling nil nr ilmiii. cround down with a piece of ally, anos, Organs, Automatic Musical Instruments and believed that she would have been prolific 702 feet. It is computed to contain 5 -- Dr. Klng'a New Discovery, Electric Bitter and Musical Merchandlso In Lincoln and Garrard sugar and a little alcohol, will communi-,..- i for two jean. Uaro nv-e- r counties, Kentucky- - Jlontlilu l'auinrtlts That Haller two or three years longer if she had not in 000,000 tons ot hewn atone, beautifully fit- Bucklen'i Arnica Salre acll as well, or give such Um mlnr to 25 callons of water. received until paid for. The-- bent HtamlitrU bandied gooda that in 18S2 and 1SS3 been bred for two litter?. ted together with a mere film of cement. Co., Haieltou kept for JO yean paper perfumed with ono universal satisfaction. There haro been some A. E. Gibbous, 3tl St., Danville, mal;ern: Win. KnabeA New England PI Bros., anos, Decker A Son, Everett and She farrowed in thee two years thirty five. And theee immenao blocks of stone must wonderlul cures effected by these medicines In this ,.rIn n( uubersrls. After this time the upright or square. In Organs, the followhas a full, fresh and brand either tbe n ing In the spring of 18S1 she farrowed thirteen havo been brought from quarries five hun-bre- d city. Several cases of pronounced Consumption Nearnew stock ol all the above goods, which he makers: Clough A Warren, John odor wa a strong a ever. IJordenave ha Church A Co. and the Sterling, with tha patent cured by the usool a tew bot- t proposes to dispose olnt tbe and raised but fire, and ran down suckling miles distant from the site of tbe have been entirely New Discovery, taken In connec Chlum JlellHAttaclivient. Musical Inevaluated a molecule of camphor sensible King's The Cclcstcoit, an Automatic before they were weaned. building. The present well known king tles of Dr. them, and died strument, t&e most perfect In the world. to the smell to 2,202,531 000th of a grain. tion with Electric Bitters. We guaranieo mem Most (1) Illustrated catalogues sent tree to all who apply, The yerdict was, "she had been run too and queen chambers, with the varions pas- always. Sold by fenny A McAUster. Doyle hai observed that one drachm of That can bo made outside or Inside the cities. also tbe best references from those who have Dealing exclusively In the above line, you can find bought and tried any of the above musical instrusages, might also he thoroughly examined In too hard fEr. exposed to the open air had lost at his store a better assortment to select from at ments. Address us at Stanford, Ky. An Enterprising, Reliable House. e more satisfactory prices t a S. it. .O I,. J. COOK. elr days the eighth part of a grain, from The pecan is a good, nutritious nut, and by means of the electric or lime lights. can always be relied Tenny A McAUster Kelll concludes that in a minute it Is culture is spreading. Those who know The aatronomor royal of Scotland some not only to carry In stock tho best of everything Window Glass, Mixed Paints and Fine which as have of a grain. but to secure tbe Agtncy for such articles had lost say that there is a big bonanza in it in the years since closely and laboriously examin.- -i Varnishes a Specialty.: ed all that is at present known of the intemerit, and are popular with tbe peoCarpels and Builders' Paper constantly on hand. entire South and in many of the Northern 'A trial U sollcltc4 and satlslactlon Is sure to folof belnj al"What do you take me foi?" angrily ask-e- d States. The pecan, it is of this enormous building. He states ple, thereby sustaining tho reputation supposed, will rior R. GMimoXfi. low. ways entorprlslog and ever Tollable. Having se!!, at whom a Long Istall, ulim a -- WHENThird Street, Danville, Ky. 6M succeed wherever the hickory grows. An that measurements in the chambers, etc., cured tho Agency for tho celebrated Dr. King's length of the cubit of the New Discovery for Consumption, will sell It on a land farmer was taring with open mouth enthusiastic cultivator of the pecan In show tbe exact surely cure any and and bulging eyes. Georgia has a bearing grove and in 1SS3 Bible namely, 25 inches. This cubit was positive guarantee. It will 'I wouldn't take you at any price,"bean-pole- from one tree sold 11 bushels of nuts for used in the building of Noah's ark, Solo- every affection ol the Throat, Lungs and Chest, confidence, we lnvlt you to call s the granger. ''I've got all the mon's Temple, etc. He also maintains that and to show ourBottle Free. () ant get a Trial you might give $15. The regular price is $o a bushel. I want at home; but the pyramid shows the distance of the sun Surgeon, Physician Floridian. me your address " Positive Cure for Piles. from tho earth to he 01,840,000 miles. A witty as well as a soft answer will "What for?" To tho peopled this county we would say that H. A. HALE, Principal, We like that man Small, who Is assisting we have been given the Agincy of Dr. Marchlsl's Offiee on 4th St., Danville, Ky. "So I could rend for you when I wanted a sometimes turn away wrath. Charles Bur guaranteed ew York Jour leigh, the abolitionist, in the midst of an the l.ev. Ham Jones in his tent meetings. Italian Pile scire crow. Good.day."-Ncure or money refunded Internal, External, speech, was struck by a rotten He is scholarly and an artist on the rostrum. to nal. Blind. Bleeding or Itching Tiles. Price 50c a box. Plica mid FlHtuln Perfectly egg full in the face. Pausing to wipe away No Theodore Tilton waa over more grace- For sale by Penny A McAUster, Druggists. Mary Llvermore says that Cured. ful. No Emerson was ever more logical. Short-Han- d housekeeping will banish the cooketove and the content of the missile, he said, calmly, Wives and Mothers. Daughters, No Ta Image was ever more forcible. No waihtub from the home, ai the loom "I have always contended that proslavery the We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchisl'i arguments were very unsound." No Knifo, Ligaturo or Caustio The preacher or lecturer ever appeared in pubFemale Remedy, t cure Female and spinning wheel have already been. 8he, a Usod. families have experi-.n- ,i crowd roared and he was no longer molest lic and in so short a time achieved euch as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and such with aime fifty other masteiy of the arts of oratory and of argu- Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or bearing a cooDerative laundry and ed. ttih Yesterday's termon was about down felllne. Irregularities, Barrenness, Change ot Mootey and his wife were on their way ments. have been able to .reduce the coat of their besides many weaknesses spring-lo- g From the sixth he ever preached. There are Llfe,Leuchorrhaa, like Headache, Bloating, Spi- Treatment Mild, No Detention washing and ironing to 27 cent a dcxn, to church and tbe lady was putting on her from the abovo, Business, all over the land who have been including dresses and the most difficult gloves. "My dear," he said, pettishly, preachers nal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, s. and who Palpitation of the Heart, Ac. For salo by "You sheuld complete your toilet at home. engaged a lifetime in the work present system .of housekeeppieces. The Prices It and Jl 80 per bottle. Send to Dr. o time I'd just bb soon see a woman putting on her could not with a week's preparation equal free. Cure Certain aud Tcrmaueut. ing involves a vast waste of fuel, of ef J B. Marcnlsl, Utlca, N. Y., for pamphlet, No Pay. be put to a bet- stock inas on the street as putting on her one of his moat unpretentious Cure, and of women thatpight r aale by Penny A McAUster, Druggists. gloves" "Most men would," she said forts. We are sorry to lose him from tbe ter use. Consumption Cured, promptly, and the abashed colonel didn't press, but wish him unlimited prosperity wonderous St. Joseph in his new and inviting field. An old physician, retired from practice, having Speeial Attention also Given to Chronalcjen' .Soliloquy-T- ie A say another word. Mercury. had placed in his hanJs by an East India missionic Kidney & Bladjder Trouhles, (Mo ) Gazette. strange bow groat the change since I was ary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy for I'd a heau and billet-dou- x IJwo men left San piego.recently with a in my teens; then A law passed by the last New York Leg- tbe speedy and pormanent cure of Consumption, As well as all Diseases peculiar to Women. and joined the gayest scenes. But team to go across the desert of Yuma. They islature declares that "milk drawn from rtmnehltls. Catarrh, Asthma and all Throat and moderate, Dr. N. can be consulted free Aflectlons, alsi a positive and ra ileal cure ot Char&oa and will be lound at his office at all to vow no way got out of water and had to kill their Lung charge lovers now have ceased cows within fifteen days before and five for Nervous debility and all nervous is only a part of beauty; times ir tbe next three menths. they now contrive to poison, hang or drown horsos and drink their blood. Finally they days after parturition, or from animals fed the lollowlnz genBrPrmlsslon he refers to Lackey, S. Irwin, but it alto having tested Its wonderful curative powers Once if the managed to reach a station on the South -b- ecause I'm 35. Bosley, G. A. is a part. Every lady to make tlemen; J. S. themselves on distillery waste, or any substance in the In thousands of cases, has felt it his duty Ky.; Judge O. T. Lee, TomMurnhy. W. was e'er eo bright, I ne'er abroad ern Pacific, nearly dead, and were taken to state of putrefaction or fermentation, or It known to his sufiorlng fellows. Actuated by Stsnford, John M. Spoonamorn, Sim Cook, Dan. may have it ; at least, what night P. Temple, this motive and a deilre to relievo human suffervilla, KM llev. J. A. Bole, Hu'tonvllle: H. O. Yuba Dam Drift could roam without "the bliss, the honor, Yuma, Magnolia upon any unhealthy food whatever, shall ing, I will send free of charge, to all who desire Sutton, J. S. Roblmon, Lancaster, Ky,: Tbos. B. laoks like it. safe home." But now Klrksvllle, t.. foainc toii unhealthy and It, this recipe, in German, French or English, Walker, C. C. Cbrlimsn.Kr.: J P. Dan Ky.: J. 8. Balm both freshens and el. Mc Kin A Denver Chinaman, who stumbled over bo declared unclean, impure, Tnhn.nn. rtrrantivllle. I go, through r&ln and anow, fatigued and with full directions for preparing and using. Sent ney: Kt.: G. J. Bosler. Lebanon, Ky., Uco. Lew- beautifies. a nest of horneU was seen the next mo- unwholesome milk.,' by mall by addressing wltn siamp, naming lbls is, Cninpbollsvllle, Ky.; A. A. McOlunls, Bowling ecarce alive, through all the dark without Yi . Hughes, Judge Hogs brought 4 cents and corn $1.61 paper, W. A. NoYM, 119 Powers Block, Kocbe Orsen, Ky.; Geo. Bobon,dbumste, J.McAlee, Ky. 35 -P- hiladelphia ment flying down the street, yelling: "Jh'." I'm O. C. a spirk-beca- u.-e , Harrodsburg, Ky.j "Darn!" "Mellican hellee firee birds!" ter, N. Y. in Bourbon this week. Press, surgeon 2 jaivariST, and Dress h d dress-flttln- 62-- tf h J.J.DIt Cl-l- aenii-tlvene- Bus iiteg! rr 83-- ta post-offic- e, Ronsonable Figures arss-iW.i- "-- un lyf, 37-l- well-kno- mmmm Dr. E. J. Nickerson, and COMPETENT! Olntmcnt-emphatlc- ally anti-slaver- y Institute Dls-ease- LOUISVILLE, KY. Drug-gist- SHOKT - HANI) d A Clear Skin -- 29-- Scmi-ffiBteh- lg $nirior Jorati 7., October 16, HOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Cal been tut- - OANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. who killed T. R vert in Mason county last yesr, ha Ribert Farrell. Bruce ..1-- . & mlTeil Lee shipped to Macon, Ga., par load of horses and mules. 1885 given a Hfercntence. imbecile whom the JRiel, the Mlr.lh Bowser, shot at Junction Hardware, Horse HUocn, Groceries, QuconHWRrc, H"KKy have sentenced to death City last Siturday evening by young Black-erbcall ant Canadians Nails, Cano MHIh, UarnctM, HiiireA' WheclH. Stoves, has been further respited to Oct. 20. is still improving and will probably W. P. WALTON. GratCH, Cider MIIIk, LapCeTcra, We learn that a proposition to estab-- be going about in a few days. tablish a universal language will be intro Corn Shcllcm, Collars, Stoneware, no, Messrs Htnman and Thurman now possession of the livery stable pur- eight majori- duced at the Paris Ethlbitlon in 18S9. have The republican now have f.tm.4 nf WAkefisld. Hudson A Co., the Ihe Qjod Templars, in seIou at Oliver Chill od, Champion Steel and Brinloy Combined Plowi, Wooden; am ty in the U. 8. 8enate and will continue to elected Cipt. R 8. Chevis Grand sale having been agretd to by Mr. M. J. 1837. At that Cait I umpi, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roofuntil March have it for the third time. Farris, who Is in New Mexico. ing and Guttering will have prompt attention, time the terms of 9 democrats and 16 re- Worthy Chief Templar Of the COO changes made in th e PresiRim & Kemper shipped from this very much now publicans expire. It looks Baleumen John UrlgM, Jr. adioummeot point to Cincinnati this week 3 car loads as if John Sherman has made his calling dential Pnatmastera since the by removals of fat hogs, averaging 240 pounds, and two and election sure in Oalo, but democrats of the Senate, 219 were caused car loads of fat sheep. The hogs were purchances in of Postmaster?. THE NEW GIIOOEICT AND IIAK1MV AKE HOUSE OF think they have good fighting Jer-leThe revenues of the Western Union chased at prices averaging 2 35; the sheep Connecticut, Indiana, Michigan, New last fiscal year at $2. New York and Virginia. Five of these Telegraph during the VI, .I.J 1. C17 -- A! Oil ..n.n... C10 Th marriaee of Dr. J. C. Bogle to democrats a . eeven Senators would give the Miss Delia McFerran will take place this of them would tie 005,909.58; profits, $5,700,921.13. majority of two. Four . Johnston, of Virginia, evening at 4 o'clock at the McFerran home3E5L-3HTTSTOTST-VIIL-XjiESthe Senate, and in this event demo stead In this county. The ceremony will Hendricks would become a power slates that there is no question ol Gubernatorial be performed by Dr. Bogle's father, Rsv. through his casting vote. For two years cratic success in both the Would klidly uk youraltettlon to tbefact that tliey hay Juit returned !rou tht cltlw with atatt John A. Bogle, of Hustonvllle. matters of public policy and and legislative tickets in Virginia. (Mh anJ wellaeleclcU itock of CHOKE at least in all Deputy Marshal Hurst, of Fentre-Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. VanMeter, recently of important appointments made and to be few and killed near of Cynthlana, are in town spending made needing cotfumation, the new Ad- county, Tenn., was shot at the mercy of Jamestown by moonshiners hid in ambush. days with Mrs. VanMeter's brother, Mr. J ministration is practically In endlfai Ttrlctr, dalntr In quality and Mtltfictory tn prlr; Ihlt w guarantee. Our atm shall b wa with Denutv Marshal Pile, and W. Yerkcs, and other relatives. They are its opponents for half of Mr. Cleveland's Hurst at all tlmfi to turi'lj every want In our line. way to Hot Spring, Ark., their to the shot was probably intended for him. on their term of office, and if the democrats are has In Christian county a posse had sur future home. Mrs. Julia Heron, who accomplish any real good, this state of afeome months he changed. Are the democrats rounded a house, where George Stuart, been living in Arkansas for fairs must Comlita of the Standard DranJaot Europe and America, Oar Urge lino of Cooking fctorr Include! charged with murder, was supposed to be. past, is in Dinville again. equal to the emergency? the Juitly celebrated 'Ortat Wratern Ileaerre" and many otber fatally larorltra. Our China, Olaa Srlvia Cradshaw. a colored woman, rushed D. S Henman, successor to Wakefield, and Qurrmwaro itock toniliU In part of Table, Ten and Chamber Ola complete, (llaMwara richly cot is Walton, of the Inteuiou Journal, Flour, tha ijueen ol all lrltx. Our cell andetched. In the way of Hreaditufliwenamelluckwbrat out and was accidentally shot and killed. Hudson & Co., is now in possession at the brated Talent (). M." Flour, urUalled for cak and pailry, while Hire and Hominy, our own patria little impulsive in his antagonism to the of a Mormon old stand on Main street between the old John Nicholson, editor hay-in- g otic pruducU, arrayed aa faithful adjunct!. All thedallcaclealn Foralgn and Douiettlc Confection Yeoman. We have no rt collection of newspaper, has been sentenced to six Central House and Gilcher's Hotel. He are here. Tin, Htone, Wooden and Wlllowware, Electric Eatupa, Stationery. CaantJ Alenti and FrulU him any affront, or rt having months' imprisonment and a fine of $300 will aim to conduct a establishs offered and a complete line of Clcara and Tobacco. Well, thla li only a bint of what ws hare. lUtltrlnj courteously. treated him otherwise than for unlawful cohabitation in otber words, ment and with the assistance of M. C. Thur that we can make It to your Intereat, w conndently aik an examination of our gooli and yourpalroa Itetpettlully, age. TA LOIl MlHTHKtlH. He is, however, a firey, untamed fellow, the practice of polygamy under color of man will no doubt succeed. The latter. Tricks in the Sheep Trade. who is more playful than vicious, and who Morman religious belief. will have charge of the Bus line. The "big fleece" deception only deceives will do the correct thing when he has time MarvDanse pleaded cuilty at Utica, Vow. A. R. McKee. Wm. 8 Down- - green horns. Anybody who knows any- We are not to think it over.-YeoN Y., of aiding her mother in killing, cut ton, Fred Handman, Eugene McGoodwia thirty or antagonistic to the Yeoman, nor have we ting uoand boiling tho bjdy ot her father and Alex. Daugherty mado up a fishlrig thine of sheep, knows that the s cither cause to be. In fact we regard it with a and was sentenced to the State prison for party who spent several days at Point Burn-sid- e forty pound fleeces are s' yolk or grease and sand, or are partly filial affection of the purest type, nut life. Her mother is under sentence to be this week. The whole party caught growth besides. The eheep-sherlnYeoman can not blind us to our love for tho hanged November 17 for the same crime. but onejfieb; the weather was disagreeable "festivals" may well be festive over the the uncalled for, unwarranted and inexpli-- DBlLlal IN- The Masonic Grand Lodge of Ken- and one of the fisherman fell from a boat business of cutting a fleece of this cable action of Col. Stoddard Johnston, tucky will meet in annual session at Ma- into the river and came very near being award-in- g kind, and solemnly weighing it and Drugs, Books, Stationery and personally ef prince among gentlemen, in sonic Temple, Louisville, on the 19th inst drowned. a priie to the man who made it. as chairman of the using his itfluence Fancy Articles. Bradley, late of Georgetown, Grand Lodge I. O. O. F. meets Mr. Jack The State Then there is the getting up of sheep State Central Committee to retain a dirty on the 26th. Extensive preparations for was in town this week in the interwt of sale the stubble Phyilclani' pnacrlptlona accurately compounded partisan in office and against a democrat entertaining the delegates are being made. the new Cincinnati democratic daily, the for the shows and for shearing, by which scarcely any wool Is Uk-e- n sole fault of a well-spe- nt honest and true, whose The grand jury of Erie county, N. Y., Evening ltlegraph Gen. R. II. Gano will from the rump and other parte, to give life seems to have been in standing a hiB indicted the Standard Oil Company leave for Texas, accompanied by carcae(?) as little bull at $2 the season without license. for instigating the blowing up of a rival bout twenty persons who expect to find squareness and size to the well as length to the wool. Moreover me The Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, eeemed to be a foregone conclusion concern in Buffalo. The man employed to homes in that State. Dr. R. W. Knox, a appearance of voile is given uy uusung Jewelry and Silverware that Foraker would beat Hoadly for Gov- carry out the work of destruction is said prominent young pnyeician of Huston, yellow ochre into the wool, and this shap- albought to thla market Prlrra Lover than we were not exactly pre- to have turned State's evidence, and the in- Texas, is here on a visit to old friends, E?er ernor of O'aio, but ine and coloring, at times, secures a Brst- tht Loweat. WatchM, Clocks and Jewelry so Mr. Wood Wallace, of Louisville. pared to learn that the legislature is repub-lica- n dictment is based upon his confession. on ihoit notice and Warranted. premium at a show, or $10 or 550 extra in 18 years oiu, wnue Sam Johnson, about on joint ballot, which was the first the sale of a lamb. SARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. carelessly handling a pistol Tuesday night, news received by a special to this paper I will tell vou a story which will pnba- Louisyille Evening Times Ohio shot himself in the left leg, inflicting a se Lancaster. from the amuse the party whose trick is exposed, wound. Dr. J. C. Bogle gave bly is naturally a republican State, but the re Mr. A. L. Brine ton, of Louisville, has vere flssh I was showing him va am well s others. Several publicans, like the democrats there, stand opened a photograph gallery in the rooms the necessary surgical attention. rious samples of aoapstone a heavy, am. when a small boy. 8am had the ready to Bell out at any time, which occa- over Logan's store. mineral used for various adul- misfortune to get caught by a planing maetatetothe democracy. sionally gives that Mrs. 8. D.Rothwell and Mrs. H. C. such as making soap, candy, teratlors, Foraker's majority is from 12,000 to 18,000. Hamilton took to the Orphan's Home in chine, which in a few seconds took his arm as well aa lor some legitiAND shoulder. Sim didn't mind to believe that The democrats still affect Louisville last Tueeday the three children off close to the mate purposes. He asked me to get him a XTm-iiitiii-- e the accident much and in a few weeks was few pounds of it. I told him where he they have a majority in the legislature, but of Mrs. George Miller, deceased. ! as good as new. with the exception of the seems to be without firm foundathe claim D. M Ferrell,of Madison, and Mies could get It. I met him at a State fair not few minutes before he wa A Full and complete iiMMortuieut or Furniture, embracing ev. tion. . long after and he showed me his sheep Mattie Kavanaugb, of this county, were lost arm. A knocked a colored brother, who to the Fluent Parlor NuHcm. No Stanford Journal declares for the married at the residence of Mr. Arch Kav- - sbot he liK Mnm snd red ribbons around their orytbliiR from tho CheapcM Tnt canine, about - Courier - Journal anaugh, brother of the bride, on Tuesday called him a eon of a female Wnods.Kehoe-Triple- tt coapstone did it," he said. need to go to the large cltleM to malte your purcliaHCH, no matter necks. "That fifteen feet. you want, a I can and will duplicate list. combination for Public Printer.-Coving- ton You never saw such glossy, soft and silky what quantity or quality been in session been arranged for Nov. Qaarterly court has A debate has laughed and I nny priccH yon can obtain elsewhere, freight bcliiK added. Abe Commonwealh. wool in your life; and he this week. T,he case of Ry S. Beazley vs. 13th between the Chamberlain and Dieno- n n full aftKortment ol CoUIiih, Caxcn, NhroudH and Itobcft, embrfto New York Tribune. And you have declared for the thought. College. Mr. liig all the New Ntylcfl, both cheap and cxpennlre. lVare room' Murphy - Yeoman combination. D. G. Slaughter for balance of $40 on ac- logisn Societies of Centre attention. Bruce will open the debate for the first oppoHlto Ht. Amph Hotel, N Inn ford, Kj'. considerable Circumstances Alter Cases. unprejudiced public to count attracted We leave it to an Judgment for defendant for S7.02 amount named society to be followed by Mr. G. W. A farmer hired a man to help work the ssy which is the best hand to draw to. of note given by plaintiff. Broadus, of Mt. Sterling. The Dienologians farm. One summer day, when labor was Stanford Journal. Business in the Police Court has been will be represented by Messrs. T. 8. Mc very ecarce, the two were mowing in the Well, suppose we have a new deal. flourishing this week. Sam McKee was Williams, of Shelbyville, and R 8. Daw. field, several larka flew up. Covington Commonwealth. for con- son, of Chattanooga. Oa the same occa-eiothe work-hous- e "Look at thoee bis cranei," Mid the We are perfectly satisfied with our hand given 35 days in cealed weapons. Henry Elmore, same ofan oration in behalf of the Chamber hired man. It is a good as well as a winning one. fense, 35 days. For gambling, Bud Gill, lains will be delivered by Mr. Jno. M. "Those are not crane; tbey are onlr The Truth, Louisville's new Sunday pa- H. Elmore, Ben Hickman, H, Brown and Ruply and a declamation by Mr. R. . larkd," replied the farmer, somewhat eur- per, edited by Young E. Allison, B. II. Wm. Anderson were eent up for 20 days. Eistland, both of Boyle county, and for prieed. Ridgely and George W. Smith, is at last Sam M. Peacock was appointed post- the Dienologians an oration by S. J Pul-lia- m, "If you don't Bay that they are cranes b.fore us, and fully comes up to our high-es- t master for this place on last Monday vice of Boyle county, and a declamation I'll knock (ffwork right now," eairf the expectations. It ia a beauty typographCol. Hall Anderson' commission expired. by Mr. G A. Titterington, of Tens. hired man. ically and its eight pages faitly scintillate Mr. Peacock is a young man and in every Mr. John F. Zimmerman died at his As the farmer could (;et nobody at that with good things. If it gets its deserts the way fitted and worthy of the place and his residence here Tueeday. For the past three time to take the hired man's place he was Irulh will have 100,000 subscribers soon appointment gives general satisfaction. months he has been a in feeble condition of obliged to yield to the whim of the menial. and no need to"lie"abjut its circulation. Col. Anderroa, the retiring officer, has fill- health, and died at last from the debility Ye," M 'he farmer, "I see now that by Col. ed the position faithfully for eleven years. attendant upon old age. He was born in they are cranes, but they are not big cranes This judicial district was carried of December, 1807 they are only half crown crane." Morrow when he ran againBt Gov. Knott The office will not change bands before the Georgetown on the 21st a printer and iras In early life he became The hired man was satiefied with this by 532 majority and Blaine carried it by first of November. Lexington Obscner from conceion. B.iine months afterward, the The case of the commonwealth against 558 over Cleveland. It will therefore be Clem Best is likelv to prove a serious puz-z'- e 18S5 to 1837, and of the Kentucky 'lrilunt, hired man still being in the employment Been that if a democrat succeeds Judge to the lawyers. The facts are these: A pifblished at Danville, from 1812 to 1861. of the farmer, the Utter eald at dinner one is to be no monkey business Owsley there few nightfl ago Best was p&ssing along in He was probably the oldest printer in the day, aa he poured out a glass of water: in choosing a nominee. We will have to was connect"Hero is some very fine beer." put on a good man to beat C1. Morrow, the vicinity of Mr. 8am Finnell's chicken State, and during his long life house and seeing the door standing wide ed with various newspapers other than to be a candidate. "That'd no beer; thai' only water." rewho is understood open, he entered. There can be no earth- thoe mentioned. Since early manhood he has plied the hired man. The talk about the effort to prevent ly doubt that when he went in, he intend- been a Mason, and has always been regarded "II you don't say it is beer you can Judge Durham's confirmation as First Con- ed to come out with some of Mr. Finnell's aa and authority on all matters connected tender your resignition, for I don't want troller of the Treasury is all wasted. The chickens, because, truth to tell, Best was out with the fraternity. He waBburied by Frank any oflennive partisans nbout the plaoe." Danville Advocate recalls the fact that he of meat at home. He had just gotten into lin Lodge No. 2S, of this place, from the The hired man knew very well that he has already been confirmed and is as solid the hen house when Finnell came out to Broadway M. E. church, of which he was a coJldn't get another situation at that time therefore as the reck of Gibraller. lock up his chickens. While locking the member for many years. He was a genial, of the year, so he tasted the water, and Beet, He made the door kind hearted, honorable man, and lived cheerfully Indorsed the administration, sayTen States hold elections November 31 door he discovered secure and went to the house for his gun. and died with the good will of everybody ing: New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Mississippi, Massachusetts, Mary- During his absence Best broke out of the who knew him. "Of course it i beer, but it hasn't got Connecticut and Colorado. In- bouse and made good his escape, carrying COUNTY. much body to it.- "- Texas Siftinga. land, Iowa, PAIN! LICM, GARRARD off nine of Finnell's fat chickens with him. terest however is centred only in those of The estimate of the Kansas wheat He was arrested the next day and ia now C. B. Eogleman will have charge of Virginia and New York. crop, and ol crop is 11,000,000, a of petty lar the depot during Mr. Weaien's illness in jail. He is certainly guilty Josn Billings, whose real name was ceny, but an attempt will be made to conNotwithstanding it has been an unusu-all- corn 191 000,000, an increase of one fourth Henry W.Shaw and who made agreat repu vict him of The local bar dull year, A. B. Ely says he has sold over averages of five years( tation by writing quaint paragraphs in bad is pretty well divided on it and the mattir thirty-nln- e buggies and jiggar wagons. In Memory of Aunt Ann Burton, orthography, died of apponlexy at Monte- will probably fiaally be settled by a court of Who can beat It? Tbey tell me ihe la dead, that we no more rey, Ctl., Wednesday, aged 07. His .home last resort. Mr. J. R.Wearen, our depot "gent, is Upon her quiet face can reat our cyos, . is in Missachusetts sick with the fever. Mr. Littleton Yet lonir wo for It. a! a weary bird Since hiVaccecsion to the tripod, our is quite Long! all In rain to rest upon acloud. SixceISGO, Ojio has not failed to go and his brother George are both in That bcarcn ward fliaU. AnJ yet there'! aoiaco friend John Bosley continues to go from Rice republican in the Presidential elections bf! with ihe same disease. till bad to worse as the following will show: from 7,516 for Hayes to 59,586 for Lincoln D. G. Slaughter ia opening out larger la mmln g on her faith to alrong and pure, "A few days since a fly, a fha, a bed-buevery wlib, and McClellan She hss never gone demostock oi goods than he ever has before, and That recogniied, tliroujh pain, Ood'a ind a musquito were aeen looking over our death'a cup, If io cratic when it was worth anything for her will not b undersold by any mer- AndUrcadtdnot totalis he By II I m decreed. exchange lit. 'A severe winter ahead" was says to do so. chant in Central Kenturky. thing to greet their eyes. the first I waa not there to hold Mr. Lrtle Schooler bought the farm of Her 'I tnut fly ialil the It will take several days to ascertain exhind, It cliillel within the orphan's palm Willis Adams, J r., at 17.50 per acre. Mr. Until by angola claip'd. I could not twine And away be fled; actly ho ff the Ohio legislature standr, but "I must fleo tat d tho Jly," It sure. Will Ward bought tho town lot here for The iloweia alio o mcch lorod about her ahroud, the Enquirer says we htve git And off be sped. 350. Mr. Ward will build a nice house Oripoak a word of comfort to tho lrlendi At the primary election in Madison, That sobbed, and kluod the llpi grown itrangc- Said the mosquito, on it. ly cold, C. Cbenault biat J. M. Smith 1,575 for J. The Leader spoke of an exciting heir That norer paited but to ipeik in praise county judgfjThomasTherpe got 181 majorHe took to hit wings, hunt Uncle Alvah Pullins hid in the wilds When otheri tried to censure, but my heart And away be flew. ity over L. W. Hill foi csunty clerk; W. H. We wem told Heataad the menureiol my verae, bed-bud d word, but of Arkansas last September. The didn't say a Miller had 1,210 msre votes than L. Z who wm in company with Ami tear drops fall Wincbeiter by a gentleman Taylor; N. B. Daatherage was re nominated he cot there all the same. So falli the autuuiu rain him that it was not a genuine bruin; it was Hadeu by 1,118; J. Sun. for sherifl over Lsroy Upou her grare, and drilling ara the Icarci only a "bare" headed woman. At Lexington V. Brasfield's combinaIlnnn thn mound that friend! havo raised. A. Sullivan was nominated for county atA New Jerney farmer raised four In memory ol her, whose spirit resla torney; J. W. McPherson for assessor; G. tion aile of fine horses was well attended. with Clod. head brought an average of nnmnkins from one seed that aggregated W. Maunin for isiler and JieUm Million Forty-fiv- e & CURT? ATT. SUCCESSORS TO -- KiTYDlP. I'.lcliniini, Ky., Oct. 12, '35. $300. o'lii pounds in weight. for school suptrintecdent. Stanford, y, Liu-isvill- e, 4-- y, Vice-Presid- ent first-clas- Murder and Suicide by a Mongolian. The danger of employing Mongolians In the cspacltr of domestic servants in families where thens are children hai just re ceived ft painful illustration. Oa tho arrival at Plvmouth of the P. and O 's steam er Valetta, it transpired that amongst the n....n,... wars InrlmlfHl Mr. and Mrs. Ab- bott, of Melbourne, who at the commencement of the voyage were accompanied by their two young children and a Japanese ayah. Where they picked up the latter ia not stated, but most probably at Colombo, Twin tha naaaace to Aden Mrs. Abbott had occasion to find fault with the ayah, to whom she administered ft sharp rebuke, The Japanese nurse became greatly and gave vent to some words of menace, which led Mr. and Mrs. Abbott to keep vigilant watch over her and the children entrusted to her care. Unfortunately the watch kept by these anxious parents One evening was not sufficiently close. the nurso and Mr. Abbott was sitting with her two charges when something called him away for a moment. The passionate worn in availed herself at once of the opportunity, and seizing the elder child, a beautiful fair haired girl, about six years of age, she thrust her through Jthe wide open porthole, and then jumped through herself, and followed her poor little victim to the same grave. It wis but a moment after, and although the steamer was stopped and bols lowered, nothing more was ever seen of inn child or the servant. The anguish of tho bereaved parents may well be conceived, and there is eomithing very pathetic in the additional announcement that the lost child was a general favorite on board. ex-cit- W. H. HIGGINS PEALKB IN Iron,' Spoke, nil Saddle, Whip. TAYLOR BROS. T. FAMILY GROCERIES OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY man. three-fourth- two-year- I?By& arABriM PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS- g It tt greasy-fe- & eling pa-pe- r, UNDERTAKER, WUkllll. axle-greas- e, Iealei in Major-Johnsto- n PLEASE DONT FORGET 1 publl-heroft- That we carry the Largest Stock of Groceries, Hardware and Queensware in the city; That we are Millers' Agents and I wholesale depot for Flour and Meal; That onr stock of Pleasure Vehicles, including everything from a Hoard Cart to a Barouche, is always complete, one-thir- v house-breakin- g !," "Iiam-(jult-too- ;" y And thai we guarantee Lowest Prices, style and finish considered. Also, that Ave still handle the cel ebrated Wagons, "Uld Hickory" and Mitchell. Big line of Farming Implements Grain Drills, Turning Plows, both riding and walking, And all of which we guarantee at Lowest prices. BRIGHT & HKETGALF, BRIGHT To-di- y Stanford, Ky., Oatoberlfl, 1885. paper for $2 60 -- Rv. J M. Wells,, of the Baptist piy train wa bringing joy to the hearts of the boj yceiterday, Church has jut closnl a revival at which resulted in 13 additions. The Tub New York Weekly World and this congregation will erect an $1,800 church, Tub L. A N. More-hea- - IK d, J. SI. JOIi.VSO.V & am u Cll and Ret sample copy - of either or both. I. atall train ft. LOCAL TIME CARD. ,- .- joins North douio. Ixprrtstraln" Houlh.. if ii 1 65 it ... 1 .U so Moth.., Ii r. M. r, m. AtM, three doun palrt, in good order and bo me nearly new. for iiale. Apply to W. P. Walton, Stanford. M. Q, Nevius has traded his boue and lot now occupied by Peter Hunton for six of his lota in the extension. They each Roller Bkateb, XhjOT li calculated tmeia about 20 on standard lltne. Solar tnlnute faaUr LOCAL NOTICES. value their property at $2,000. s Boy your tchool booki from Penny A McAllsler. McKonEiiTS fi Staoo are headquarteri for amunition. Guns at all price at McRoberte A Stags'", from $2.50 to $100. CoMrLrre utock of echool books and rchool supplies at McKobarts A Slang's. WATcnnj and Jewelry repaired on short notice and warranted br Penny A MoA.Ha- er. Buy the Hats Hoc Kemedy, the origl nal and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl ister. A coMrr.ETE stock of jewelry, latest style. I lock ford watches a specialty. Penny A MoA lister. TltE Sjuth-bjunmail train was delayed six hours Wednesday by a freight train, which was ditched by an open switch at St. Mary 'ii. Nine cars were thrown from the track. d m WV ,u v The first revenue official to be fired in D. R. CAUPEXTER the county is George W. Gentry, colored, who has been notified that the government la a Candidate for at County Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic party. will try to move along without his services after the 20th. Now let them all go, GjI. R. C. WARREN Bronstou. LAND. STOCK AND CROP Is a Candidate lor to the office ol ComWe are glad to know that such a clever A lot ol 10 mule colts sold In Scott at monwealth's Attorney ol the 8lh Judicial District, subject to tbe action of the Democracy. gentleman as Mr. Samuel. W. Peacock suc- $0250. ceeds that nslite and accommodating offi R Cobb sol J lo G D. Peyton 25 acres FARM FOR SALEt cial, Col. Hall Anderson, as P. M., at Lan- of land at $50 PERSONAL. caster, whose term expired this week. W. b night of H E. Marcum Tuck Hubble I offer for sale my Farm of HIS A crcit ot fine 2 miles Houtb of llustonrllle, In W. Wathen succeeds Mr. Delph at Lebanon, four 2 year old mules at $75, V. Kout has relumed Mit. John sight of tbe Mlddleburg pike. The farm la lo a - J. E Lynn bought of J. Z Spoona-mor- good state of cultlTa'lon, undo good fence and one from LouisTllle. The Supreme Lodge of Knights of Honof the best watered Farms In Llnco n county. Tbs DriiKH, Wall Paper, WlllCH. 9 head 1,150 lb: cattlo at 1 ioproTements ontlstof a neat cottage bouse of 5 Musical Mihsis l)mx IUuciiiman and Alice or of Missouri has brought its long Cliowicab, JUOOHH, Liquor I nxf memento, A hundred broke mules sold at Lex- rooms, a splendid cistern at the door, good stable Dunn, of Ibjlr, are vl.itlnj; Mrs S. J. Em threatened suit against Judge It. J. Breck and all necessary outhouses If early application Stationery, Pocket Is made, will sell at a bargain. It not soil soon, I ington county court day at $125 to $170 ory. OIIh, SoupH, inridge and his suritits for $33,000, which Aoimccos, will rent said Farm lor lS'S. Cutlery, Lumps, Dn and Miss Wyatt I. Letciieh, re- the plaintiff charges that Breckinridge, as John A Inompion solu 60 cattle, av Perfumery, GWf Ml. TA YI.Oll, Hustonville. Fire Arms J. Machln luersglng pounds to Joe Wilkerson at turning from a vilt to Covington, are t Supreme Treasurer, his failed and refused Aeeule. and s,1,rwnre Department Is tlol Charge cents, Herald. lling friendit here. who will Repair iVatcltea and Clocks prompt! to account for since the expiration of his five boat SALE! Thoj. BANK At W. B Ctoyd's sale yesterday corn Mil". BitocK, nee BIkIj e, who is to teach term of office. This action covers the ensold at $1 10 to $1,51 in the field, and hogs a clM In elocution, has arrived and taken tire controversy over funds still in BreckinON MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1885, Misrcs IleatlejV. rooms at the ridge's hands after paying into the United at $3.20 to $3 50 per hundred. Ctttle are slow in Louisville at 2 to 5 Circuit Court day, I will sell before the Court-Hou- u yiii Lwinia Shannon Is uolnz to Stales Couit $111,000 on an order from door In Stanford, HO A 7i fire of stock in centi; hogs are lower but active at 3 to 3 SC: star this season In the "Hoop of Gold," a Judge Baxter. tho First National Bank or Stanford. beep dull at 1 to 11; lambs 2J to 1, dram written exircely for her. J.tCOtt GDEST. MARRIAGES. Da. A. O Bukton returned to hit Cattle for Sale. 35 head of short, home In Kana yesterday, taking his little Hon. George M. Adams, Register of three year old eteers splendid lot of feedfrom the ers. Will average over 1,200 pounds. Ja- Sale brothers as far as Louisville with him. the Land Office, &c. Mares, MiskMaiiy McKonom' art class Is the Oth District, and Miss Sara L. Gordon, cob Cciatt, Parksville, Ky. 3t assuming considerable size and her studio of Winchester, were married yesterday. I will sell at public auction lfore the Court-HouFive hundred and seventy five hogsIn Stanford on .Toltifrru, October 20, on Lancaster street presents a busy icene. At. Irvine, on Thursday, October 1st, heads of tobacco went up in smoke at one JNN.i, Circuit court aay, a jot ot siocx consisting ola fine Stallion, Six Brood Mares, Two aged JenMk. and Mfs. J. K. Caiison, Miisea by Rev. C. E. Boswell, Rev. J. R Peeples, time in Richmond, Va. The Alleghany nets, One Jack and One Jennet Colt. Terms DEALER IN. Jennie and Annie Buchanan, Judith and Presiding Elder of the Mayevilic District, warehouse burned Monday night. EJlMlRSt. buntord, Ky. 61. td and Mollie Klnp. of Crab Orchard, are at M. E. Church South, and Mrs. Ellen GardForty five Jersey cattla were sold at Courier Journal. the Alexander. ner. Richmond Register. auction in Louisville Tuesday at an aver FARM FOR SALE. Mb. Lewis Koei,L one of the Invitations no the marriage of Miss age of $13S Dr. Steele Bailey bought the JoL'HNAi.'a warmest friends, called Fannie Reld, of this county, to Hon. cow Sallie Reglna for $80 and E P. Ows Iorfcrfors!emy Farm ol 121 Acres, midway and McKlnney. It to tee ns Tuesday and save us beside some Breckinridge Jones, of St. Louis, are out. ley the heifers Emma Hugo for $105 and between TurnersTllle itnprortd, has brick la In eW house good condition, well cood democratic advice a two dollar Wil The happy event will occur at the Presby Jennie McGruderfor $75. r and all tbe necessary outbuildings. Apply to or address me at McKlnney. Ky. liam for another vetrV subscription. terian church here at high noon, Oct, 21. James Layton, Jr., Robert Broaddus H". A. HAMILTON. Simeon II Gokmley, a Lincoln counMIm Annie Longfellow, the youngest and Jimmie Collier bought several car ty biy, but now doing buslneta In IixIne-ton- , daughter of the lats poet, was married on loads of hogs last week, for which they paid RENT. FOR struck It rich at the LMonii races. Wednesday to Mr. James Gilbert Thorpe, 3c per cwt. Mr. Collier also bought from He won 1,800 silver dollars on Katrina, of Kill Claire, Wis., in Boston. She is said S. A. Hill and others one car load of cattle -- MY IIOU8J3 AND LOTon which mare he put $10, just becaure to be even homelier than most New Eogltnd at 3tf?3C. Lancester Newa, On Dantllle Arenue, in Stanford. Tbe honso contains 7 rooms, cellar and porch. Lot well improvshe bore the same name as his iweetheart old maids. John S. Neal, of Ml. Sterling, sold in ed, sUble with 6 stall., buggy house, wscon shed, cistern, all which Madieon 1,500 bushel of blue grass seed at, coal and tmoke houses and a The Woodf.rJ Sun, of the 9th, Over a 100 persons took the excurnew and In good repair. Enquire on sion to LouUville yesterday reached us on the 13ib, says of the mar- 55 and GO csnts per bushel. Scott A Wilmorning M- -t J. 1UKGIXS. Among the ladies were riage of Mr. Will II. Wherritt to MIm son sold to George Webb 200 buehels of poat this point Mrs. M. L Bnirne, Mrs Steele Bailey, Little Bailey: "The bride was attired in tatoes at 30 cents per bushel, delivered at POSTED. Mrs H. J. McKibcjia. Mrs. A. A. McKln-ney- , an elegant coetume of brown cloth and Pine Grove, J. T.Prewltt bjught of Ben Misses fiabra brocade with hat to match. Uiamond orMrs. T. R. Walton This notice forewarns hunters. flsbcrmsu and Gay Prewitt 25 head of extra tramps not to trespass on our lands ithout per- Hose naments snd a corsage bjuiiiet of Mar-schPennington, Fhrente Truehearl, feeders at 4 cents per pound. Corn in the mission, as all such acts are liable to be pirosecuteU Neil roses completed her toilet. Af shock sold at Peddicord's sale at $1 25 per to tbe Julleat extent of the law. B.Signed; Klchards, Ktntm Haulier, Sue Bout, Kate IN ADDITION TO GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, HE KEEI'd C. bampson, J. r. Martin, Craig Lynn, and many other ladies. A. C. Tucker, ter the ceremony a reception was held at barrel in the field and hogs at $3 20. At Hitl J L. Murpby, J. O. Lynn. the residence of the brldeV parents, where another ale corn brought $1 52. W. T Tucker, II. D. Baughman, LOCAL HATTERS. Adam Pence. (6Mm John A Jas. Smith, the happy couple received the congratulaSun. 100 tions of a host of friends, and after prtaW-in- g Bni'CE A MfRoncrrrs open At W. M. Bill's sale on Wednesday the ! of an elegant collation, left for Lancasearly. Pee them newOferooats stock, owing to poor condition, brought low ter, accompanied by sevenl of the bridal prices; cowa from $13 to $26 75; 1 yoke of ArrtH four days of gloomy, rainy ireatrc ptrly. Mrs. Whertitt wb the recipient of oxen $95; fat steers $4o; yearling heifers All persons lsdibted to W. M. "'" er , the sun again slowed hi face yesterday. a number ol elegant presents. She is one tare costs and troublo by settling at ence with the $10.75 per head; tucking calves $12 25; undersigned. O.s and after Monday I will serve lunch of Woodford's fairest daughters and Mr. old sheep $1 per head and lambs 85 cents; J. A. LYTT.E, all hours. Fresh oysters a specialty 6. Wherritt has great reason t? congratulate hows from $10 to $95; hog", an inferior at Administrator of V. M. Enll. himself on the priis which he has won." lot, M by the head at about 3z per pound; B.Mrers. II. They have arrived in Stanford and taken pigs sold at S5c to $1 50 per head; corn to TO Call on Miss Ella Smiley and exam roams with Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Bogle. be shucked in the field, from $1 31 to $1 39; ine our splendid line of new millinery. shelled oats 33c per bushel; sheaf oats $1 90 OtATHS. TablerASmllev per cwt.; rye GOi per bushel. Whisky In McKINNEY AND VICINITY. A letter from Miss Mary E. Myers Two hundred and fifty thotis Bmcit bond brought 25: per gallon and tax paid I am recelrtng a bandsomellneof for sale by conveys the sad intelligence of the sudden whisky $1.11 to $150 per gallon. Large and, hard and TALI. & WINTER MILLINERY, death on Sunday last in AmhcMt, Va., of crowd in attendance, but bidding slow. " Henry Baughman. Which I Invite the ladltsol McKlnney and vicinmii Miss Lai I a Jordan, of Quiccy, Fla. Miss Djii'I line of call and examine. Milter auctioneer; J. E Lynn, clerk. ity toand Rlbbonsin latestAlso a nice drses. VelWe will have the largest stock of grates Jordan was the youngest girl who ever ttylts lor vets IUiectfully, Jim. 31. V. TA11LT.H. and netting stores ever brought to Stan- graduated at Stanford Female College nnd How Will Hats Wrote Erangeline. ford. Bright A Metcalf. bright and attractive was a particularly "I had none out in the country here ten SALE one She endeared herself to every one or twelve miles with a parly of young men B. K. Weakkn furnished a coffin for a Mr. Pries, who died at Living- during her school life and the several and women to a wedding. We danced and ston We could not Irarn his given name. visits that ihe mado to friends since she ani; all night until about 4 o'clock in the Splendid Farm, Live graduated increaeed the love and respect motninp, when we started for home. It A nitAKEMAN namd V. M. Smith had that all who knew her felt Miis Mary was lhe jallieat crowd of youngsters I've I will offer at public sale to the highest bidder, his thumb cut of! while coupling cars on had but a few days before the receipt of struck for many a day. Oa the way to at uy residence, ".Millwood," In Lincoln county, even-ing- . O S. at Junction City, Monday tin the telegram, received a letter from her, in town they kept asking me for a sons. 'Sing about 7 wiltsC west of Stanford, 2 tulles from Shelby City and miles from Danville, on which she told of her expected visit to us a ssng, Hayr; ting ua a song,' until I . i Frlilny, October HOlli, 1SS5, Virginia and a spirit of bright anticipation e'.oppfd the wagon and said, 'Qirla and The residence of Joe Coffey near wns burned Monday In the pervaded it. In referring to tho old man- boys, get right out here nnd I'll write you My Farm, Live Stock, Crop, FarmtJp Utensils, fc The live stock consists of of the family. Lies $1,000, insurance agement leaving the College she expressed a song and sing it for you, and you can Colt, by RIenal, and bred to 5G00. deep regret and said "Stanford was a dear join in the chorus.' We got out of the One gray Mare and 1 black Mare and t'olt, by d Messenger Chief; bred lo Rlenilj a Mares and Mule Colts, lor Another Mr. B. VanArsdale tella us place to her and that she loved every brick wagon and walked over to a pile of wood 1 reliable combined llorse, 1 harness 3Ilorse old years purpoet,2 Colts,2 work that his daughter, Mr. Belle Dunn, haa in tho old College building." She was a that had been on fire, and picking up a lamlly of thoroughbred Cattle, Mules colors and fancy 9 bead woll bred, 9 grado Heifers. 50 tboroughbrod another grandson to his list and that lovely girl and the news of her death will hindful of charcoal sticks I walked over to addel Southdown Sheep, a lot of Uos; a bran new plank fence, that had just been Also about 700 locust and cedar Posts and a lot ol the youog'ler has been named Birney Craig. Ridden manv a heart in thU vicinity. Uay, Corn and Oats and I wrote built around a farmer'a house, RELI0I0US. Although wonndedthroush the lung and the music of Erangeline on that fence, and Tho Farm Consists of about 420 Acres shot In the mouth, the ball tearing out rev The first Hebrew Christian church in under it scribbled the first two verses and -- THEor Land In excellent repair and in a high state of eral ol his teeth and lodging in the buck of America wai deJicated in New York Gun-dathe chorus. I stood back and sang it cultivation, splendidly watered by springs ana Bryant his neck, Cage Rowpey Is said to be doing ponds. Tho Improvements consist of a largo and nnd through, and after the first trial they all commodious brick dwelling house, with good outLOTJISVJLLE BUSINESS COLLEGE. tfyiveeter JonnBon, a rew uaven, Ay., well and likely to recover. and a new joined in nnd eacg It with me, and you can buildings far r.llnn ntand convenient of barn, with Strntton. lpait 100 bead mules. It Hiriig Untiller, has donated $42,000 to Catholic Tno-ttake my word for it, we sang that song from la one of tbe best grass and grain Farms in the wishing anything in my line Iniititutiuniof the State, region. Short-banBad leg, Arithmetic. Ac. It is tbe only Penmanship, 1 o'clock until 0, and until we couldn't should call end examine my splendid stock Tkbms.' For persous'.ty, a credit of lour months n, The little eon of O. F Kedd, of bearing sing any mor. That's how Erangeline oil note with Kood insecurity, For tbe interest Irom College In this section wherein is not only the largest Is taught as books are kept by tbe best and of Millinery. It Farm, id dead. The boy wan named for bank. date and payable cash; remainder In one and two years with bankers, and a thorough practical knowledge of account given. lias the largest and best arranged was written," eatd Col. naya with one of tock ever brought to this place but the the Her. Deo. O. Rune. possession given Interest. A good deed made and his peculiar confidential winks, "and if January 1, 186G moil select. Mrs. Moody Hardin. Ile7, W. J. .Johnson held a rooms of any College In tho West. Thousands ol successful graduates testify to the above. Gradu" 63 id JIVX. SVALDIXG. is anybody who doubts it you send there RoiiektsON A KiNNAiui), of Danville, meeting nt Harmony Btptlat church In ates have no double in obtaining good situations. Call or addrers 'em to me " and obtained GO addition". who advertised with us IsbI searon, show 0en 8c College, Eld 8. W Crutcher aBka in to ay (hit scholar was asked, apA Sunday-schoo- l their appreciation of a good thing by adCor. Third asd Jcflerson, LOUISVILLE, KY. will deliver a temperance lecture nt ropos of Solomon, who the great queen was dressing themselvei again to our patrons he They are wide awake, liberal and cnler- - McCormack'ri church next Sunday night nt that traveled so many miles to see him, The rcholar in fact the whole school-loo- ked prising and we tatre pleasure in presenting 7 o'clock. M. Hey. T. VauRhan will preach ntthe ns if a little help would be liked, asking our readers to give them a them and Baptist church here next Sunday at 11 A. and the tencher, therefore, said. ''The E. H. BURNSIDE. while laving in their fall and winter bW M, Her J. M. Bruce will preach at Lanqueen'a name began with an S." "I've got This Old and Well - Known goods. caster at the earno hour. it.sirl" exclaimed the delighted scholar. MERCMANT TAII.OR. Hotel Still Maintains Kid. J. 8. Sweeney wan re elected pasPoor Doo Tray Willia Stephenson, "Well, who was ii?" "It was the Queen of High Roputation, colored boy, died at John Cook's Tuesday tor of tho Christian church, Sunday, for AND Spades." I have received and still receiving night, from tho eflects of a recent trip to hid eixteenth connective year. The vole Determined that A Buddhist temple to cost $3,000,000 ia Iti Proprietor i born thief, stood. Klder Sweeney, MS; Elder C. K. Louhvllle. He was with that it Shall be Second to no Country in course of erection in Kioto, in Japar. Dick Shanks, and although they had stolen Martiuall 7 and 0 for a change of pvtors. Hotel in the State in its Fare, a ton of large It is said that more than nothing, thu policemen suspected them and New. Appointments, or AttenComprising Us t est In tbe market, which will be tion to Comfort of Another Sweeney ha entered the rope?, made of their own hair, contributed nttmnteil to take them in. liiev ran. so Gnests, be used to their the boy said on his dying bed, to the riyer Christian ministry and last Sunday preach by the women of Japan, will Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Socond to Nono m City or Country. to their a marsh near It, and In their wet clothes el in P.irin. The Ktntuckum eaya that he haul the timbers of the temple or llatuaie will be conveyed to and from t he de Give 3I ii Trial. be a ruecca for free of charne. Special accommodations spent the night on some logs they found h tho 32 1 pewon by the name of Sweeney places. The ttmple is to to Commercial TrarMfrs. The liar will Boston nnd hin death who is & minieter and the 11th one of the the faithful nil over the empire. 13L. hatdy. He came homesick b;;lUv.,! i.lt- - fii. vLoiiesl ",!w:;s brands or Liquors and Clsars. J family of Klder O. E. Sweeney. Journal. a tSuv. Of the '12,072 new members who en me into the Presbyterian churches last year on confession of their faith in Christ, 20,778, or nearly one half, were from the Sabbath-ichoo- ls of the church, These Sabbath- schools contributed $98,031 to the various boards of the church, and gaye to other beThe Interior. nevolent objects $157,110 Eld. C. P. Williamson, the very ear-neand eloquent preacher, who is now conducting a protracted meeting here, is one of the hardest workers we know of. In addition to preaching every Sunday, he is president of Female College and chief editor of the Apostolic Guide, It would seem that there would be no spare time to hold revivals but he manages to do so and very effectively. There have been no additions so far at his meeting here but his splendid efforts can not fail to produce laiting good. st la a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, subject to the action ol lbs Democracy. i OTr) wmw for gruff merchants haa gone.) Bccond, bo Ihor. otighly acquainted with your business, (tbe days ofmountebtaks aregone) Third, sell your goods at reasonable rales. Doti't try to make It all on ono sale. Many a man haa made a nickle too much on an article and lost a customer. Kemembcr the fellow who killed the hen which laid him daily a golden egg. He thought he would possess thegold en mine inside tha hen. He lost all. Don't try to draw customers with low prices on cne thing and make Uoublo on another. Be hon- ear; sen at a reasonable profit. I forgot to mention that, llko Dr. Bourne, you should keep good, first-clagoods, and keep what people want; presstlght on snd success is yours, at It has been bis. WILLIS E. B 1KXETT It a Candidate lor lbs office of Jailer of Lincoln county, autiject to primary election. T.I).EULiM) la a candidate forfiberlfl of Lincoln county, Ject to the action of the democracy. sub IF. I. DAWSON iub-Je- ct Is a candidate for Jallsr ol Lincoln County, subject to the action of the Dtruxratlc party. SAM. M. OWJBNS la a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, f) the action of the Democratic party. Young men areofren perplexed to know how some men succeed In business while others fall. For Instance, one year ago Dr. Bourne began business lo Stanford. lie almost a stranger; friends told him that the field was fully occupUd; that he could do nothing. Yet believing there was more In the man than In the place, be went in. He haa succeeded beyond bis most sangulno expectations. Uow? Why? You say It Is becsuse he Is an old druggist and has had long experience in the buslne-s- . No, that la not the chief reason ofblsauecces. Two words tell the secret. He la universally polite, polite to all, asd sells his goods low. Young man, you can succeed If you will do threi thinw. First, be polite-po- lite to all, (the time M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, Paint, & STAGG, MMJOTiSTS Stanford, Ky., e Clear, 0nr?irc,7' ST0CKJ0R " TIKE CHEAP C3-- aROOER of Jennets, se T. R. WALTON, -- In-tkki- t0-2- SALE0R o w I r O - w " And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. Tin-- , Glass- - al Win-Chest- er ZSTotlO Ballr-dec'- d, and Queensware, To bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, C2-- T1IEL4DIES well-burne- sa Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. Cl-- tJ yes-terd- av PUBLIC Stock,. School Supplies: Baskets, Bags, Slates, Pencils, Pens and Holders, Ink, &c. m Hun-tonvll- ah-sen- Klen-tl.an- Corner Main and Somerset Stsi is the best place to buy. ... a Blue-Ora- sa Type-writin- g, Lex-into- Book-keepi- one-thi- rd MYERS HOTEL, its Lonisvillo Bryant Stratton Business STANFORD. KY. Propr H. C. -- RUPLEY, NEW GOODS FOll FALL &WINTER etnUl c DISORDERS THAT ARE DANGEROUS. AT THE DENTIST'S. DIFFERENT WAYS IN WHICH A.T f Description TEMPERED GLASS. RESULTS ATTAINED DY A DRESDEN of Various Diseases or the Heart Nervous Disturbances. 1 PEOPLE In Be Warned time. Kidney diseases may bo prevented by purifying, renewing, ontl. Invigorating tho bjood with Aycr's Sarsaparllla. When, through debility, tho nctlon of the kidneys Is perverted, theso organs rob tbo blood of Its needed constituent, nlbumen, which Is passed off In the urine, while worn out matter, which they should carry ou" from tho blood, is allowed to remain. Dy tho use of Aycr's Sarsaparllla, the kldnoys arc restored to proper action, and Albuminuria, or Mnsoiriioimor's Restaurant OrrosiTtt Coobt-Uous- PQft COUQHB nu into. J USst k MANUFACTURER. Tlis Toughening TrocoM of Ho Ik llnstla and Ite inlluro 3Ir. Frederick Sle- menu' Methods llimlencd Class by Simple Processes. I'hlladelphla Record. When a. pleco of ordinary glassware Is blown or cast in a mold the subsequent cool Ing procoss doot not equally afToct all Its parts and surfaced, and its molecules are consequently thrown Into a state of tension or strain. Tbo brittlo quality resulting from this condition bos become a popular synonym for weakness and unreliability, and It baa long been tbe most formidable obstacle to a proper development of tbe glass manufacturing industry. For many years baro sought for some process by which glass might bo made as stout as cast-iro- n and as bard as its original quartz, while retaining tho pliability in manufacture that has made it a thing of universal use and necessity. Such a discovery would be followed by many important changes in manufactures, in architecture, and in many of tho appliances and implements of dally life. A material as strong at iron and of its weight, and tusceptlbloot but an almost inflnito variety of decoration, would unquestionably bo a now and important resourco in tbe bands of civilizaglass-malto- rs one-fourt- h groatly interferes with the action of the heart. Tho acute tonds to recovery by absorption of tho fluid. The fluid sometimes bocomo purulent, iu which case it should be drawn oft. Tho cavity of tbo heart Is lined with a callod somowbat similar membrane, This membrane, and es endocarllum. pecially that part of it which forms the valve, may aba bo inflamed (endocarditis). This gives rise to little roughnessis sometimes as largo as a pea; to a thtckeulng and subsequent shrinkage of tbo valvos, to a growing of the valvos to tbe heart wall; nnd later, to a fatty degeneration and calcification of the roughened membrane. Tbe valves thus become contracted And other-wi- o rendered Insufficient. Both pericarditis and endocarditis are most commonly due to acute rhoumatlsm, but some times to Bright' disease. Youth's Companion. Tho heart is enclosod within a membranous sao (pericardium) which secretes a lubricating fluid to provent friction betwoen it and tbo chest. Forlcarditls is an inflammation of tho sac. It may be acute, or chronic, fa both forms tho fluid is altered in character and generally much Increased, in ncute sometimes to a pint or more; iu chronic, it has measured ovor a gallon. Of course it FACE A TRYING ORDEAL. DANVILIE, . - KENTUCKY, 'sti on ar Women tho Most Heroic Healthy Men the Most Itcfractory The Use of Fadie Teotu Managing the Children. "Is the oxtraotion of teeth as great a horror as it usod to bel"' asked a reporter of a Denver dentist. "Well," ho sold, "tbore doesn't soom to be much change. Tbe idea, which is worso than tho thing Itself, will always contain untold horrors for thoje who aro very nervous, and the prospect can soarcoly bo expected to be pleasing ovou to tho most phlegmatic temperamout." Who aro tbe most horolc In this particular V "Women, in every instance, particularly invalids. You see, women are accustomed to the endurance of considerable more pain than tho world ever dreams of, and frail, dolicate creatures sit down and have two cr throo tooth pulled out without murmuring. The more emotional onos usually look inexpressible gratitude at tho dentist whou it is all over, aud exclaim eloquently as to their rollef. Others say nothing, although tbolr faces show that they are glad enough to be rid of tho troublesome members. "Who ore your most refractory casosl'' Great, healthy mon who have never suffered an acbo or a pain in their live. Thoy fidget and swear and bellow when thoy aro touched, aud usually about the time tbo dentist is ready to operate thoy conclude suddenly that tbey will suffer it out yet awhile, and that it is not nocossary to bavo anything done. They are perfect babies about their toith, and never seem to think it worth while to disguise their fear. When accompanied by wlvos and sisters they are often laugbod at for their cowardices but thay never chango countenance. Thoy act as if they were going to bo banged." "Do you object to tho use of annxthetlcs!" Not in tho least. On the contrary, I am In favor of them, but we dentists have to be very careful wbero we administer them. I can usually tell by a man's looks whether bis constitution will stand tbe application of an anaesthetic." "What, or instance, enables you to tolir R "A parson's manner and his appearance indlci to to a physician or dentist whether or not be is of an exceeding nervous tempera-mea- t Any organism may bo rendered nervous through overexertion, physical or men-ts- J, or through some strain produced on the brain by trouble, but tbe naturally norvous organism is wholly different from these. It is to tbe latter constitutions that we refuso to apply aotcjtbotlcs, for the result is certain death. Tbeso persons invariably beg for chloroform or gas, and when wo refuso to glvo it to them, tbey use all tbe efforts in their power to Induce us to chango out minds. They argue that tbeir's is the responsibility in case anything happens, but wo know hotter and we rofuse to be made responsible for corpses. People in bad conditions of mind often come to us when there U" little the matter with tbeir teeth, seeking as we can easily see, oblivion, caring little what follows. We aro very wary in such QO.va and it not infrequently occurs that we aro thus instrumental in preventing, or at least postponing calamities." "1 tho effect produced by an antuithetlo unlformP "No, iudoed. No two people are similarly affected by anesthetics. Sotns very qulot psople drop easily to sleep, but the majord ity of human organisms have a struggle with their ruling passions, while tho stupefying sensation is taking possession of them. I once adminlsterod chloroform to a newspaper man, aud he repeated poetry for full half an hour, giving Ho the lines with fervor aud expression. finally fell osloep with a couplot upon his lips. This is a good instance of the subject whataver is most strongly impressed on a man's mini, whatevor bo is living for or struggling for, is pretty apt to come to tbo surface when bis outer sensos aro stooped in repose. When bis mind is awake it is filled with a certain pride and Imbued with a desire to keep its inner workings safe from the view of other men. When it is under tbo influence of an anaesthetic theso safeguards aro lot down, and professional men ratch many unhappy socrots from their patients In tho chair. These experiences aro singular ones, and can never fall to interest psychologists" "Pooplo think of having tholr teeth drawn rather than flllod, do thoy not I' "Some vory people consider it ebon per and moro effoctual to bavo troubles jiuo teeth drawn at once; but their moro progressive sons and daughters pro for to havo every effort mado to save their teeth, rather than to sacrifice them. Tbo trouble is people do not bavo tbelr teeth often enough. It tbey would have pin bead cavities attented to, they would never have tbo toothache, and, In many cues, would uover looso their teeth. Thoro is a certain class of quack dentists, who will draw a tooth that Is noarly sound, for tbe take of earning a foe, to the overlustlng of the profession. It is our business to proervo the teeth, rather than to destroy them, and no tooth should lw drawn which can pcstlbly bo saved and skillfully made to serve its purpose for years." "Aro persons bard to suit in falso teothp "You would think S3 if you spent a day In this establishment. If a woman's teeth bavo boeu particularly bad she insists upon hav ing beautiful teeth made, and to tit them into bar mouth is a difficult matter. If they are not handsome she will never be satisfied, and there uro many who are not willing to pay sufficient prices to enable the dentist to o give as much time and thought to the of tbelr teeth as tboy might do otherwise." "Do you experience much troublo in pulling children' j teeth?' "Nouo at nIL Wo never force children lntp the chair, ani if thoy show signs of nervousness we distract tbelr attention by talking of other thing . and sometimes send thorn borne, telling them to call and when they return tbelr little teeth pull easily, nnd it Is soon over. No, sir, it is not tho vqwen and children who make he JLjouhloin this business. It is the men. Great, strong, hearty creatures who ought to'bo6shnis4 of themselves. There comes one of them now. Just look at him. He looks as jf be had lost ovory friend in tho world. He will begin by giving the detailed ailments of his tooth, and tbe vicissi-Ludthrough which he has passed with other operators, and I will begin by dosing him up with ether and closing htm up. lie's not. troubled wlta nerves. It won't M hand-to-hanxl db-creman-focsuroj hind sod In Its seston, oysters froth Bah, and aim-lidelicacies aerrod In sit stylet arid on short notice. Look out fortheilgn "Woodbine Ilettau rant" and can when you am liunur; JF. IF. Jf AHOM II KI 31 Kit .t) Danville, Ky, iu.. Denver Tribune-Republica- XaUIYTBER YARD". IlaTlnj opeaed up a lumber yird InthtJrMrof U ouratore, we are now Jff Prepared to Furnish any kindlof Lumber Intberotizh. IMstsof all kinds, tjhlniles cut. aiwed and atiared. Alto Agents for the Danville I'lanlng Mills. 29-cfKK-i.v- . Brighfs Disease Is prevented. Aycr's Sarsaparllla also prevents Inflammation of the klilucys, nnd other disorders of theso organs. Mrs. Jas. W. Weld, Forest Hill St., Jamaica rialu, Mass., writes: "I havo had a complication of diseases, but my greatest trouble has been with my kidneys. Four bottles of Aycr's Sarsaparllla made me feel liko a new person; as well aud strong as ever." W. M. McDonald, 40 Summer St., liostou, Mass., had bceu troubled for years with Kidney Complaint. Dy tho use of Aycr's Sarsaparlil.1, he not only t -- W nnuiiT.fi LUMBER! Dressod Pino Flooring, Ooillng, Woathor Boards, Finishing Lumber, Groen Lumber in the Bour;b, inoluding Laths and Shingles. For the convenience of our customer! In HUa. we have arrauxod with t)eo. to keep on an It. HVcirim where theyhis yards It assortment aa chnap as of our Lumber, 'can from in direct, lie win alto tuase eaiimatei lor any bills not on banda, which we will fill on short notice. HKCrXX Jb It A VIS. Uly, Ky. ford and vicinity 3MC irwt Th gt tion. In their search for this new material tbe l, glassmakars have not boon entirely although the result of their labors up to this time is shown only by a few frag mentary waros, which have hardly attracted public notice. Tbe way to success is difficult, and now chomical compounds, Independent of present manufacturing proce&sos, may be required before tbe desired end is attained. Tbe toughening process of De la Dastle, which promised so much ten years ago, has dropped into abeyance, and nothing useful is anticipated from it in the future. It consisted simply in heating tbe glass and plunging it Immediately into hot oIL Tbe articles thus toughened were always liable to break spontaneously into fragments; but, generally speaking, unless broken very toon they would last a long time. Hut this process presents many difficulties. It is not adapted t J all forms of glass manufacture, and tbe percentage- of loss by breakage is very large. Tbe cause of the breakage is inherent in the operation itself, which cools tbo articles in proportion to their surfacos instead of In proportion to tboir bulk, and thus induces a molecular strain likely at any time to cause complete rupture. This commercial objection, together with the difficult and uncertain character of the proc s, has prevented De la Bastio'a rasthoi from producing a sensible impression upon the gloss manufacturing process of the world. Like many other clever novelties, it bos been Interesting from a scientific standpoint, but a failure commercially. But if De la Bastie has failed in attaining his object, ho has at least pointed the way through which others may reach tbe prize". Six yoars ago Frederick Siemens, then already of established reputation as a practical scientist and man of affairs, began at s his Dresden tbe production by original processes of toughened, or, as be prefers to call it, hardened glass. The value of his output for tho first year was W.000. and thoro has been a steady annual increase until last year it amounted to over $33,000. Mr. Siemens describos his method at length in a paper which be recently read before ths London Society of Arts. They include threa distinct processes cutting, and and oil tLosa are bwod upon tbe principle of aUolutely uniform heating and cooling. This means tin) ply that at an' given instant in tho processes of boating and cooling every portion of the article shall be of exactly the same temperature. Tbo dovicos to secure this end are varied according to tbe various shapes to be treated. In practice it has been found somewhat difficult to attain the required theoretical perfection; but this is not a mat-to- r of so much Importance, since toebnical skill will follow upon experience. Mr. Siemens seems to have bit upon tbe right path, which, in the matter of producing tompered glass, is tho principal considHis eration. works for DroJucine hardened glass already furnish flat or bent material in plato or sheet glass, decorated sh:ots any of desired device, enameled glass of a very superior quality, bottles, and other hollow w are. A new department Is now almost In readinoss for tho production of railway ties, mantels, architectural designs In various tints, and plates, and other large castings. All tlnso artlclo) are from four to eight times as strong as ordinary glass. They are so bard that they cannot bj cut with a diamond, nor will they split when slightly fractured. Tbe Siemens hardened glass. In fact, to occupy the fame relation to ordinary glass that steel now bears to Iron. The processor employed by Mr. Siemens aro really simple; the difficulty has been in learning tlielr proper application. Flat or d beut articles are by being tquoszsd tightly, whiio in an almost molten condition, between two heavy platos of tnotaL Tbo more rapid the cooling the harder and tougbor the glass. Castings ore inado. In molds which hove tho same conductivity as glas, ujid In ovory mold each exterior jwlnt is at the same distance from tho surfneo of tbe casting. U effected by Inclosing tbe heated article In a costing of sheet-Iroequldlitint at all points from Its surface, and cooling both This latter process Is applicable only to glass of tbo tame thickness through--t)U- t. Tbe articles treated by it are three times as strong as ordinary glass, aud have found much favor among buyer. Pre hardened glass has been adopted for use on tbe great ironclads of tbe British navy, where the concussion of heavy guns shatters common glass, but produces no aitact upon the improved article. Thestreet lights of Dresden und Berlin are protected by hardened glass, aud aro proof against any but the heaviest mUsiles, the breaking being now butoue-tent- h what they formerly were. Mr. Siemens showed by experiments that ploces of common sheet-glas- s broke when a cricket ball was dropped upon them from an average height of two feet, while a blow from a height of from live to five and feat was requiroi to break the tempered glas. unsus-cessfuglass-workg, g lamp-chimney- s floor-bautap-poa-rs press-hardeneHord-temporl-one-half Sometimes the muscular substance of tho heart is indamod (myocarditis), rosulting in nn abcoss, or an undue growth of fibrous tissue which woakens tbo wall In both cases death may result from rupture of tho hoart. The above changes in the valvej and other obstructions to the flow of the blood generally glvo rlo to enlargement of the heart. This enlargement for & time is a help, as it enables tbe heart to keep up the normnl flow. But it may proceed so far as to cause a dangerous dilation or thinning of tbe walls at some part and an increase of tbe valvular incompetency. Sometimes the muscular fibres of tho heart are changed to fat (fatty ilogenora-tlon)- , thus rondoring tho heart very feoble. Death may result from either rupture or paralysis of the heart Angina pectoris may be due to bo art disease, though often wholly independent of tbo latter. When due to it, it involves liability to sudden death. The great arterial arch leading from the heart (tbe aorta) may, at some point, bocomo distended into a large pouch (am ). This is liable to burst, or it may bocomo fatal by pressure against tbe wind pipe, or other vital parts. In many cases of heart disease the disorder is purely functional Though the symptoms aro peculiarly marked and distressing, there is really no organic disease. It U duo to various disturbances of tho nervous system. How the Cuange Came About. iDetrolt Free Tress. ! turn, i tuStrvsi from t Um f ifa etm, Ub ih mtll Uotoit U tht fUtsttmi Sit4 fMiuiM itlmvlsUlM cifsMtortat rU!U tbti txtLt tit rhltini U mrBUf vb, tsi tlMfl Uttt Utehlit I ihrst tff th flMnft)brMt U Yb HtlMlt4 ilh Iht fettllOf sBttt' ttitartmt f rltVipU U lk nilMit fltit f ik til fl,4t, off flwitf Qm i CsitsoKii Mtt U Tivioa(Umi u run i tit tot Coatfci, CrMp, imwsi rtftd ! tftj m ttUubl. lriiTftiM CmI .. raMlur ,1. frU. fMUU UUWII WALTER As TAYLOR, AtUnta, vm on, mnosM nreiLiBiRRY con r 1 CUUi njMnurr TmUUbc. fotiftJotf XT H, JLm 3E3 1 TV. rrllt, uf h04r1lst. trp tit ttr ..! I.)$l, Urtk. tipU( Rilr nut H Q. Prevented tho disease from assuming n fatal form, Hoth forMle by Dr. M. L, 110 U USE, tan ford. but was restored to perfect health. John McLclhin, cor. Ilrldgo nnd Third sts., Lowell, Mass., writes: "Foreveral years I suffered from Dyspepsia aud Kidney Complaint, tho latter being so sevens at times that I could scarcely attend to my work. My appetlto was joor, and I was much emaciated; but by usiug JLli LOGS WANTED. CmcAcoftutb- -- )) touisyuu.HtwAiim - Through Coaohoa and Pullman Stooping Cars From ATER'S jLomImyiIIo Sarsaparllla my appetite and digestion Improved, aud my health has been perfectly restored." Sold by all Druggists. Trice $1 ; Six bottles, $G. Trepared by Dr. J. C. A) er & Co., Lowell, Mass., U. S. A. " to Chlcnj;o ClucliinnU to Chicago, IutliiuiupollH to Chicago. VULoultvllle: I will pay the highest price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and Hickory Logs delivered at any station of the L. & N., K. O. or O. S. R. J. 0TTENHEIMER, R. Crab Orohard, Ky. Tnnouan time table Arr. Lafayette... Chicago..-- .. Lve. LouUrllle... Itliu p in S S I ( J 40 S 'JO .to 20 p ui p in SOOau 16 a m & MISSISSIPPI R. The Direct I tout to Via Cincinnati: r, Lv. Cincinnati " Arr. Chicago. Dally. Indianapolis., ... . They bad been enemies for three long years. Tbey passed each other on tho street with stern fares, their wives made fun of each other's drosses, and the children climbed up on the back fence and called Ob, no; each other shoddy aristocrats. tbero was no dove of peace around there, and lots of people predicted that a case of assassination would grow out of it. Last evening a whole neighborhood was astonhhod beyond measure. Tboso two families who had thirsted for each other's scalps woro seen in sweet convention on tho lawn. The men exchanged cigars, tbe women admired each other's latest purchase, and tbo blesiod little children bugged each other all ovor tho grass. How did tho chango como about' Well neither man over owned a horse in his life, and neither knew a case of spavin from a blooming Instance of Jones decided, however, to buy a horse. He was looking one over at his hitchlng-pos- t whoa Smith camo along. In a mo of forget-fulnos- s Jones remarked: ' Say, Smith, you know all about a horse. How old is this animal P In the jerk of a comet's tall rancor and bitterness were forgotten. Tbe flattery hit Smith plumb-cente- r and rippd all tbe butsouL He obeyed the tons off his pont-u- p request, pointed out all th J stiff knees and splints, and advised Jones not to buy. Tbey went oil arm iu arm, and the dove of peace now sits on the bojsetops aud war bios bis joyous little soul up to high G.n poll-aviL ring-bone- s, Ague Cure 13 WARRANTED to cure and Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, lie mlttent Fever, Dumb Ague. Illllous Fever, Dengue (or llrcnk-bone- " Fever), Liver Complaint, and all diseases arising from Malarial pobons. AYER'S (8X0 t'HyofTtHuDday. ,112 . 17 30 a m 43 p mill aopm p ia 1 O r tn a tu 6M St. Louis & tho West LOUIS VILLI: er CJLVCIXXATI. I. Northwest and Southwoat by the way of lie aure your ticksla read via the MONON ROUTE, (L. N. A. A C. U'y) ai It la the qulcknt. the best aou uioai uirtci un iq iaicKU ana jiuib In tbe Northwest. Tlckftavla the Mooon IlouUj on tale at all prin cipal ticket offlrtM. For rate, maps and lull In Fcr formation, addrtti WM. S. llAM)WIN.O. I A., Chicago. A. J..O'lltII.LY, O. 8. A.,'I.oulivllle direct connection at tboM polnta with the Lightning Kxprtu on the Ohio A Mfsriulprd for ell Louis and all pulnU IVmI. TTnnro Only from Louisville or Clnctn-X- J HUUIb natf to 8t. Louie, being two hourt quicker than any other line, giving our piuengtrt time for mralt and first choice of anttt la train, k?.1"! Chattanooga tor 1 rainS lull! and Cincinnati makt Loo-i- ll Ifi going Weat. "Harpers, S. C, July 0, ISSJ. OHIO IY. "For eighteen months CHESIIPOI with Chills and Fever, having Chills every other day. Only Line via After trying various remedies WASHINGTON, recommended to cure, used a bottle of Aycr's Ague Cure, and Baltimore, Philadelphia and New have never since had a chill. York City, EDWIX EAliPEIi." with TUaoioit tne going by wayXf Chicago. 12Hours Quicker & d be- - any I suf-erc- d- OH) O. & M. Always makoa I Fast Tinio and Suro Con With all neotionsst net LI St. Louis and Intermedial pointa o Dr. J. rnr.rAKED iiy C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Sold by all Druggists. Mail. fc Pullman Gars. Only Line via Fcrrlt'H, Xo OiiinliiusTrauH. fens Connecll nt made In Union Hlclimnml, Old Point Comfort (IlrRcIa rTcuthw'el"Ofnn'",r0,rS Hotel) aud Xcwiwt Notts, "" Depot, Your Hair be your crowning glory. Aycr's Hair Vigor will restore the vitality nnd color of youth to hair that has become thin and faded; and, where tho glands arc not decayed or absorbed, will cause it new growth ou bald beads. the youthful color and vigor i'LJX X of the hair be preserved to old age? Read the following, from Mrs. G. Norton. Soruervllle, Mass. : " I ha e mod Ayer's Hair Vigor for the past SO years; and, although I am upwards of CO, my hair Is as abundant aud glossy as w hen I was 23." pxji assured, that a trial of Aycr's Hair JJJ--t Vigor will conxlnco jou of its powers. Mrs. M. E. GofT, Leadllle, Col., writes: "Two years ago, my hair having almost entirely fallen out, I commenced y the use of A j er's Hair Vigor. my hair is 23 Inches long, flue, strong, and healthy." should In con u re Ion with Old Diajlaba Steamships to USTIEW YOBK, B0,?c V"1 ,0 aT l"'0'. oa or wide to the undmlgnrd For full and reliable Information In regard to Lend. Ac, In the Western Hlal, Maps Ouldet and lowe.1 ipeti.l rate, fur Tlcketi and loutehcU UooJa to all points West call on or addrwi l'aatcnger Ag't Ohio A MlHltilprd lallway, W. W. PKABODY. W. ".! at. Loula jf And Merchants and Miners Stramihlp Line to jftlUTTllfc Uon'' BOSTON. Through Trains frcin Wluchratrr, Ky,, to U W. I'AIIIH, Clorlnnatl, Ohio lentral PaaieOititr Aseut. ,',, A' ' Saved by Hanging Upside Down. Providence Journal. 1 A singular affair occurred recently in one of tbe pleasantost homes in the suburbs of our city, tbe relation of which may not only bo ol some Interest, but also of some use to the reader. A fow days ago the family physician visited the sams residence, and in tbe cour.-- of conversation mentioned that, while attending n sick child, the child had suddonly begun to suffocate, owing to a quantity of mucus getting Into its windpipe, and he bad turned tbo child upsfdo down, iu order to relievo it. This story passed almost unnoticed, by tho Ri.ter of tho lady of tho hou-e- . Tbe family, consisting of the husband, wife and wife's sister, n ere at the table eating. Suddenly tbe wife began to show signs of suffocation. Her husband resorted to tbe familiar remedy of patting her smartly on tbe back; but it was unavailing. She could not speak; her face bocamo of a purple huo, and she was evidently at the point of death. At this momeut, her ulster, remeniboring"tue doctor's story, solzed bor by tho ankles. The o life KANAWHA FALLS, tsjtat WHITE SULPHUE SPRINGS KENTUCKY CENTRAL I. B. And other Famous Vlislnla tiprlnga and I'leasure "illtioGnirm ItoiKc." 8hortqit and Ooickost Eonto from Hn tral Kentucky to all Pointa North, East, Weat and 8outlweat. Fast Line Uetwoen to-d- ay Hunting, Flihlnir, lUthtnx and all kinds of recreation (or tbe tourist, Invalid or aportaman. This line runa through tbe Allcjbany Mountain,, on tbe bankaol beautiful rlvuaand terminate, on . Obaervatton ox-co- pt To-da- tt Cart on Day Trains. Itrgular and all can be comtickets KooJ for bined without eitra cipcnao. For full Information, rates at Hotel,, analytla of Midiclnal Spring!, Pullman bleeping Caripacc, Tickets, ic, call on or addreta Lve. W. II. WHITTLiaEY, W. 11. MCIIOI1KRT8, " Trar. Pauciigcr Apt. Ticket Agent, " Louisville, Ky. Htanmrd, Ky. Arr. O. W.HJIiril, II. W. FDI.M.U, " Uen'l 1'ata'r AgH. Oen'l Manager, Lve. Klcbmnnd. Virginia. flrtt-clastop-over THE NEA SIIOIU:. LLXI.VUTON Boctu-Uoum- HcheJule In Effect Oct. II, "No. 6, k CIXCI.VXATI 1&S3. "No. 4" "rfd.lF Ex, Bun. Ki. Bun. l'afmeuth Covington ... . Dally j S 10 tynthlaiia. 1'arla. Islington.... I'arTtT.TT-A- .. rr. am 8 10 pm 9 M a m, 'j :n pro ,11 03 am 110 79 pn 1 1 10 a in 1 nn .. ... I' tn1. ll si a m II II Su pin u H00 0 I 00 p ta 2 SJ p m 4 S7 p m l U ... 0 17 p m RENEWED husband caught the idea instantly, and the lady was soon iu an inverted position, whereupon she immediately coughed up the food which had nearly caused her death. Tbo husband blessos himself for tbe story which tbo doctor so casually told, without auy thought that it might help to save a life. Growth of Cereals. (Arkausaw Traveler From careful researches in Ittiikia, Kowa-lo1:1 has found that cereals grow faster in tbo north than in tbe south. For instanse, 1 S-- oats and spring wheat Uke 123 days and barley 110 days to ripen about the southern province of Kherson, aud only &I, and 1)3 days at Arkhangelsk in the north. The intermediate rjgions show intermediate difTbe causo is tbe greater length of ferences. tbe daily oxposure to sunlight in tbe high latitudes, which more than compensates for the differenco in temperature in favor of the southern regions. In each latitude tbe growth of cereals is more rapid In the eastern parts of Russia than in tbe western, the land near the coast having sunshine than that in tbe continent's intsrior. Ie-- s Ayer's Hair Vigor, the hair regains its youthful color and vitality. Rev. II. I'. Williamson, DaIdon College, Mecklenburg Co., X. C, writes: "I have ued Aycr's Hair Vigor for tho last ten years. It Is an excellent presenullvp." the use of Ayer's Hair Vigor, Geo. JJ A. Dadmau, Waterloo, Mo., hail his hair restored to Its original healthy condition. He was nearly bald, and very gray. He writes: "Only four bottles of the Vigor were required to restore my hair to Its youthful color and quantity." TTQTTsJsf A.vcr's IIa,r Vigor cures dls-OLXi IX eases of the scalp. F. H. Foster, Princeton, Ind., writes: "I had been troubled for years with a disease of the scalp; my head was coscred with dandruff, nnd the hair dry and harsh. As er's Hair Vigor gave mo Immediate relief, cleansed tho scalp, nnd rendered the hair soft and pliable." ? trScnof Oen'l Wutrn D, O. EDWAHDS, rawebcur Agent. Cincinnati, O. " ' Wlncheater , Ulthmond.... " Ijinraatur .... Itowland O'Jpmi I. pm U pui (.1 p tu 40 p m IX o 0 7 2a p m p m ptr Lve. ltlclnuond... Arr. Herea " Livingston.. i 05 p in 5 so p m 6 00 a tu Nosll No. S NoTH-Ik)DN- No. 1 ny Arr. ltlcbmoiid Lve. Itowland Lve. Livingston.., " Ilerea ... it i A fifi u us 10 23 am S3 a mi Zi Arr. Richmond...., Lve. Itlclimond Arr. Winchester Arr Farta Lve. Islington .,. Lve I'arls " Linratter I, J M ml 11 00 a m I 1 " U Arr. Covington " Cynthlana. " Falmouth ., .. c 0 am 7 05 a ml 8 tS a m 7 25 a m 8 20 a in 8 63 a ui 9 55 a in tl 10 a m 23 2 S 'a m 25 a in U m 1 40 3 30 3 53 4 4S 1 00 p mi 4 20 pm p nn 5 20 pm p m 5 St pm p m1 fi j; pm V iu 8 45 pm Swift's Speciiic It nature's NoaTil-DouN- MATNVILLK UKANtJii. Tfo.airTKoTMr Ex. Dally Muo. Ayer's Hair Vigor, PKEI'jMIED Dr. by J. C. Ayer & Co., lowell, Man,, V, B. A. For sale by all Druggists. Struck Dumb. New York Bun. TJie lOor. Kansas City Journal. ynrest Grow. 1 H.redltary or otherwise, without tho uae of Mercury or I'otaih. On tunrllleftrpet.lo StanlorJ. The lot contslui Ilookt on "Cont3Rlou Dlood I'olton" and "Dlood twa.iiresund h on It a comfortable tltrelllcK, A Heavy Indebtedness. and blln Diseases" mailed free. corn crib, a apIrnJId cistern liable, Queeuelund, although tbo youngest of bnii to d ind RiiUgu nuiulierof fruit snJ oriismeotal trees Encamp aStnin.c Ky,, For aalo by all druggltta. Ibo coloulosof the Australasian group, has Pieue'examine the label oa watch your name to a compnii; of CiuiioDatt capit&lista for 1 Mils ore of tbe most ileilrshle residences in tae THE SWIFT RPECiriC CO., spplv to tbo largest public debt, amounting to iilare. Tor t"inn Rtid further particulars, la printed l reuitt ui tbe aaiount.-o- u owe if Drawer 3, Atlanta, Oa. JOHS M. I'IUIjII'N, Stanford. N. V, 157 31 Kt. or au average of 5300' per hood. $100,J0i. you ire In arrears. Minnie Maddern, in a long talk with a said iu one of those pathetic outbursts common to bor: "I envy women who can have homes and who have the power within them to quietly take, up tbe passive side of life. But tboso who hare once led a foverish existence like mine must bo always going, going, Tbe unrost grows to be a part of our existence." Wife You don't tell me that Professor X. has been struck dumb! Husband Yei, last nljht. And ho was master of seven languages. Wifo Is it possible And was he struck dumb in all the icvjn. Smoker ami the Cholera. A prize has been offered b the Ant!- luuacco society oi r ranee (or tne best esiuy on the liability or of smokers to i hurt him. " DB. W. B. FENNY, Near Enough. BTANFOBD, She gymen! Oallant Old Confectioner Always; are neeMUry. yau a clergyman's wlfel 6be (blusblngly) Ob, no; I am not married. O. O. C. Inter Ocean. Do you mako any reduction to cler- XontlHt. KENTUCKY. 1151-ly- r. own remedy, made from roots gathered Lve Covington.... " Lexington... from the forests of Georgia. The method by which " Pari from the It It madt was obtained by a balf-brcr- d Arr Mllleraburg.. Creek Indiana who Inhabited a certain portion of " Carllale " Johoton Kcorgla, which was commuulcated to one ol the early settlers, and thus the formula hat been handed down to the present day. Tbe above cut repbOUTIl-CotlNresents the method of manufacture twenty yean ago, by Mr. C. T. Hwlft, one of tbe prerent proprietors. The demand bat been gradually Increasing Lve Mavavllle..., " Jonnaon until a, 1100,000 laboratory Is now necessary to sup' Carllale ply the trade. A foreign demand has been crested " Mlllersburg, will be necessary to meet It. Arr I'arls snd enlarged facilities Dally Ex. bun. Mr"' 2 00 pm 7 25 a m 4 20 pm 8 20 a m B 25 p ra 8 47 a m 5 p iu 9 08 a m C 10 p ni ua a iu 7 07 ii in 'l0 80 a m 7 60 Dm tl o. t,l Uo. 54 Dally Dally Ex. Bun. Ex. tiaa 4.5 a 27 a 7 28 a 7 48 a 8 15a H 3 Thlt great " Lexington " Covington .... Otflce on Lancsiter street, next door to Into-bio- b Journal otace. Office hours from 8 to 12 A. si. sad 1 too p. H. Anesthetics administered when Vegetable Blood Purifier CUSKS FOR HALE, contract cholera. ter, then) (becoming interested) Daugh- Cancor, Catarrh, Scrofuln, Eczema, cers, Itlietiimitlsin, Wood Taint, Ul- A Arkansaw Traveler: Dar's mighty few promises dut hoi's good. De poartest boy sometimes turns out ter be d lazlet' man. She (blushing deeper) No; but I engaged to a tboologlcal student. I am DesirableResidence !( ssiSwa ,,lvayourA,b'V'rwJ' tenors 'Manager. Korf.MTln. fl anil j .. lt i .. chtst.,; riilngton and CovlngVoV'o arudally except Sunday. Dlroctoonn.ctlontaremadeat Winchester with CbeeiDeako A Ohio for Mt. Htorllnir. Aahland u Huntinalnn Phnrln.... ... nun eastern clt. let. HfiyVTK?-n".."?-i.T: WlnehMter. 80s m u m m 3 28 in 4 25 m 4 47 ml S 15 o 8 2pm pm pm pa pm jo pm U pm l """ -- .", ,., juruuva iicxeta and baggage c icckcd to tC-l- " W' o"nL it"':;A,