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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885102001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi VOL. XIV. StmMEttccMi! $nierior$ournal uttn Imtefiif STANFORD, KY., TUSEDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1885. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. mtfiutf NO. 66. PAIN7 LICK, OARRARD COUNTY. .Mrs. Ann Llndcey, a !ter of Mrs. M. Ilev. Jotcph Ballon commenced a proJ. Ilarrie, died at Mr. A. F. Smith' lost tracted meeting at Fair view on the 15th. Tucmlaun rttuf Frliluv Sunday at Or. m, of flux, alter au Illneis James Djuglas is conductor on the 'AT- of Homo two week". hand car now, vice Billy Brown resigned. Mr. Bourne Gover, of Lincoln, is in H'J.OO A.NNVM cfe of wife healing was tried before '.Sijiilre Gsrnttt last Saturday. Tbo patty this vicinity with a large flock ot sheep Wain paid strictly In advance. II wc have lo tried wis one Powell from near Bee Lick, We think he is trying to kill two birdB with watt any Urns. U.GO will be ehsraed. in the extreme end of the county. Powell one stone. Ho is tryitit: to cell sheep and -- DEALERS IN- was held over iu the tutu of $100 lo keep capture a dear, too. W. P. WALTON. the peace towards his better half. Two ccntlemen wre heard dUcusring Mrs. Sarah Iieddow, widow of the late the hard times tho other day, when one of Itobt. Heddow, who had been Hying with them said. "That is whet the democratic WORKING FOR THE PUBLIC. Pate King for several months, was found reform does for tl; and the limes will get dead in bed Saturday morning, having died harded and harder until we eltct another How tho Averago Street Iborer Man-D8to Kill Tlma In the City. ouie time during the nlht. the family be- republican president." Brooklyn Eajlo.l ing unconscious of the fact until next morn Madam Humor has it that there will o( tiio oast, about ing, when 'Squire Qarnett was TU effeto aristocrat summoned be a wedding in this vicinity in less than a whom we havo re4 io much and who tako tucb ordinary paint to kill tlufo, should tako and held n inquest, the verdict of the jury week, but as the prospective groom is on Blorc-roo- ni In being that "dtath was caued from heart the old bachelors' list and is a little timid, loMon from any of the worker tho public ileptirtmont of Now York. disease," The remains were interred in we will not call any names fur fear that he The avtrnge atroet laborer kllU tlmo OJd Fellows Cemetery Sunday afternoon at might change his notion, lots with olTort aud mora success Mlsi K la Joplin went to her home at tt 3 o'clock most accomplished of tho than tb sITeta mouarchi of too oait, Ono day I sat W. K. Buchanan has rented Whit Ml Vernon on a visit Friday. She was acnear n front window and ubtorvod tho ac- Montgomery's "Whitloy farm" at J300 per companied by Mrs. J. W. Smith, Mr. Hentions of a cane of four man who en mo to open up a portion of the strait. It was a year, with priyihge of Ore yean; nd L. M. ry Wallace tcok in the exposition last week. day that was alternately lultry and Lailey rented of W. K. Buchanan his haute Mr. Wm. Brown, rection boss, and who has the day and lot In town for $1C0 per year. J. Will been acting in that capacity for 17 long a sort of rainy Just to itay In doOn and I bail an exVelvclH, years, has resigned and will go into the mtr in Ing tended opportunity of obserTlnsr. tha actions James bought of Jacob Guest his residence CIoiikH we We of tb gang. It was about 8 o'clock whan I in tho suburbs of town and SO acres of land chandislng business at Lowell, The RailNew-market- s, so low firt wont to tha window. Tliay wera all adjoining s.ime at 501 per acre. This 'a road Company should hive promoted him c. Helling ou tho curb itoao llkn four sitting in a row cheapest place sold in this county for to a lucrative position and kept him in the itttii sioi so many blackbird on tho bough of a tra. the years. Tae improvements, consisting of a rcrrice the rest of his life, for he is a nice, They wore overall, flannel ahirti and In Staple Dry Goods we carry a much larger stock than any other House in Central Kentucky. Flannels were various headgear, and, bj thay cbewod substantial brick dwelling and all necessa- clever gentleman and we wish him succets tobacco, tbo four Jaws rose and fall in ry otitbulldiugs, nro alone worth the mon- in his new undertaking; Mod hope that after never so low as now. Of Canton Flannels, Jeans, Bleached and Brown Domestics, Prints, Satteens, Ginghams, uuUon. A ticturueo;ui assortment of picks be has handled the yard stick 17 years that &c, we have an unusually large stock at prices that will sell them every time. ey paid for the whole and shovels was pllod in front of them. When I clancod out an hour later thay Miss Sabra Hays, of this county, is he will have enough of tl e 6lthy lucre to Our stock of Fancy Goods and Notions is complete and attractive: Silk Flush and Felt in various shades, wera ttllt sUrinj thoughtfully at tha pavo. retire from business. 11 II. Arasine in Silk and Wool, Banner Eoas and Ornaments, Trimming Buttons, Clasps, &c, inent and moving their Jaw mechanically. slaying with her sister, Mrs. and attending Prof. Hawes' tchool. Then the boss, attar much effort, tucoeoded Ltdieit' bustles are used so extensively In getting a jointed foot cuaiure, about tha Mist Ssllie Slonr, of Somerstt, is vlsitine We wish to call special attention to our stock of Ladies' and Children's Underwear, which embraces a very as a means of smuggling that the Bernese lie of a punknlfe, out of hi overall pocket Mirs Louanna James. Rev. Mr. Green, of cu'tcinn cillcers Lave published a notice large assortment at verv reasonable prices. Corsets of all tbe best and most popular makes, (We can sell you a and began to rooatura off a taction of tho Corset for 50 cents which one year ago sold at $1.) is impossible for us to mention in this space the attracstreet about tan feet long and tix wide. Tho Georgetown Colltge, preached at the Bap- declaring that these "appendages mint we others looked at him with tho casual intorot t tist church Sunday morning and night, Mrs. henceforth be searched, though with the tions which as have to offer you ana it's useless to mention prices, for our reputation is established and will be maintained selling the most goods for tho least money of any House this side of tho Kontucky Rivor. of men who wera about to go to work. Wilinore, of Jesmine county, i visiting i ecewary polltenfss " Presently the foreman flaw into a gnat pas Como to soo us and lot us vorlfy to you In person tho statomonts wo mako on papor. the family of Cipt. F. W. Dilllon. Prof. ton, scowled and bejan to blow up tha mn. .ici.n in iiicCuilougtr Slpeplcssness. Ho sworo Ilka a canal boat captain, black, gradually increasing in UaweV school is (Minneapolis Tribune. guarded tho men roundly and then abruptly numbets. Both pircnts and teachers are John McCullougb, the once famous trageboitdos thorn, and went over and sat down delighted with his manner of (etching, dian, becatno insano on account ot a loss of then tho other paid not tha illghtotl atUn sloop," said a gentleman to your correspontlon to him. At this point it began to which is after the most opproved methods dent "Yos," he continued, "I was a mom-be- r DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. sprinkle, and the quartatti journeyed heavily ad taught In our bet collrgts. of John1 troupo for sevora' year to a neighboring area, where they tat down often said that If ha didn't quit going comfortably on the ttones and :igbUd their around o' nights be would go craxy." juinaniaJtacke7' Wealth. pipe. It rained about lUtoon mliiutas. "Did McCullough suffer fro n InsomnlaP (Cor. Chicago Herald. Two hours later tho mou went again nt Mr. Mackoy rerer was richer than 30,. was asked. "work." They had by this time, nmid a ONLY COUSINS DON'T YOU SEE, IiEE -- . HUFFMAN. "No," roplled tho actor; "and tho causa of perfect whirlwind of words, succeeded in 000,000 oven on paper. Ho has boen known his not sleeping was very peculiar. John HTANFORD, KY. mapping out their work, and they wero as tho poorest investor of any f tho McCullough, unllko other tragodians, would OB.ce South side Main Street, two doors abort Charming cousin, tcllme -- hers yanking up the ttonei by means of crowbar! bonanza firm. Ho nerer yot mado aJ In- not weir a wig in hi make-u- p for tha the Mrers Hotel: Stall I find one half so fair? vestment, except In government or stato Pare Nitrous Oxide Gas administered when re Mrs. M. V. Tabler & Hiss Ella Smiley and pickaxei. Tha ban sat on a neighbor-borincharatcrs of tbo crazod, but ho would Let me, as I tsite thr lip, quired. fireplug and yelled at than) onoouo bonds, wh eh yielded a dollar c( income. curl hi his Swear how swtet Is coutlnshlp. Have formed a partnership andean hereafter be All hU spar -- atlvo investments havo come havo nglngty. After a mighty elfort they su to represent tho ferocity of found on the 8. V. corner of Main and Depot sts., like a sitter? Yes, nodcubt; He glvos away vait sums, to ceedtd in looonfng tbo stones, and thon to naught. r Tho curlod lunatic. where they will keen on hand a full lino of season wo all know tho a sister out and out. Still, not g they all journeyed to tho nra again and squander other vast sums, and able Millinery and be prepared to do the hair by mean ot a hot iron, and Who that ersr had a sitter sptmt an hour eating tholr Ulnneri. After what Mr. Macky accomplishos in tho way used frequently to bum McCullough' scalp, ana mating on snort notice, ratrocage soucueu, SAL ! FOR Felt bit heart beat when ho kissed hei? of expenditure. this they en mo out slowly, ono after would cur so and strike We offer for sale two of the best Farms in Lincoln One day, In front of tho Nevada bank, in when tho tragedian Who, by looking, eier knew lookod at tbo stones, lookod up and at his servant I used to too McCullough county, Ky. Both llo 3 miles from Hus n San Francisco, Mr. Mackoy read In a paper sit with a knife in his hand all tha time his That hit titter's e;ct were blue? down the street, stretched, yawnod and tonvlIIe,on the Mlddleburg pike. - in the middle of handed to him an absurd statement that Who, In name ol all the lores, to pile up the itonbeing curlod, repoatlng tbo asserdoiignod to protect Mrs. Mackoy hod o He rod to buy tha Aro do hair was Ilets his titter pairs of glovn? the slreot. This va No. 1 Contains 340 Acres, D. C. Payno and Bcttle Payne, his wife. On re- tion that If his scalp wm burnod, ho would Into the hole. Trlomphe, in Paris, for 3,000.000 francs. horses from stumbling ChurmlcKcouiln, ttlll aro you mion. Well, thrao or said John W. in his broad cut tho attendant's throat Well watered, fenced and improved. We will sail Notice Is hereby given to whom It may concern "You may say," Ulster In a measure, too; It also terved to almoet entirely blockado four year ago his scalp had boen burnod in 200 acres out of the heart of It, or 275 acres or the that tbe petitioners, D CPavneand Bettie Faroe. 1 accent, "that Mrs. Mackay . ... .. .. . .. north of Irolan the street. We can act at pieties us, whole ot It. nis wire, nave tnia uay men tneir l etltion In tbe to many plaoi that it was covorod with litThere was now a rectangular piece of is no fool, aud neithor Is John Alackey. No oce thinks it dangtrout; clerk's otDco of the Lincoln Circuit Court, praying tle irritating sows. Whon ho wont to bod No. 2 Contains 140 Acres, that the Court empower the said Bett'e Payne about six by ten feet from which tho stonot That is a dom llo, sir. An' you may say, ho couldn't rest his bead, and couldn't fJoep; Talk of lore orof the weather to use, enjoy, sell and convey, for her own had ben removed, and which gained inon, that it John Mackoy was fool enough and so, being ot a roving disposition, bo Ilow or ride or ret J together, Well improved, fenced and watered, lying Just benefit any property she may own or acquire, free to pay for that nrch or any other arch, went out and spent tho night with tho boys. thereby a depth of about six inches. Havacross tne pike from No. 1. Both Farms are nearly from tho claims or debts of ber husband; to mako Wander where wo will aloce, tho begad, sir, bo don't know whoro in h ing clsarod all tho stonos out of tha spaco, all In grass and both are sightly and productive. contracts, sue and be sued as a single woman, to Careless of a chaperon; That was tlio rool reason why ho would get StltYK, Terms easy. mono- - is comln' from. They'vo bled me, trade In her ostn name and to dltposo of her own the gang sat down again ou tho gutter t You may danre with none but me of hi bed and go out and spend tho out JOS. COFFEY,Ky. property by will or deed. admlru it, and suddenly It began oueo inoro sor, liko a pack of wolvos. They say Mrs. night Hnstonvllle, He could not sloop with such irri6Mm Only couilnt don't you see. It is hereby ordered thatthla notice be publish-e- n to rain. They all retreated into tho area Mackey has spent IW0.000 a year in Europe. tating pain, and tho loi ot sleep drovo him in tho Iktbiior Jounxxr,, a newspaper Cotnlns safely may forget nt twj of thorn It's adorn He, tor. bho lives llko n lauy, insano." tho boss and published la Stanford, Ky., by two weekly inAll tbe laws of etiquette. sertions before tbe next regular t'.ivx of the Linforth armed with bailor. Ono had an and I wnnt hor to do so, but, begoJ, 150,000 coln Circuit Court. Charming cousin, In your ejea pays nil her oxponsee, balls and all, llcdiTO the Oonorat Away. old tomato can and tho othor a saueo-paGiven under my hand as clerk of said Court, I can read a faint surprise. Chicago Inter Ocean.J It was raining hard and tho hole was for n whole year. Thoy said tho othor day tbit "th day ot October, 1S3J. MMt bewl'chlngly they glisten t Gen. Blank was to mako a speech at n J. P. BAILEY', Clk. L. C. C. full of water. One of tho laborer look- tho spont 150,000 on a. single ball to Gravy When needing anything lnj the line of To my noDtenie as tbey listen. or tomobody Oad know who bo Is but up a oslUon at either ond of tho at Wlnoua. He ho tha reputation ot What can Harry mean to say? excavation and began to bail It out. Tho that is alio, cor. Bho don't spend 650, 000 being n tomperanco man, and, a his repuWall Paper Decorations, Paints, oils, PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSIC, You may come lo know somo day! rain boat down upon their broad back", in n whole rear in ParK Say that, will tation camo to him without his asking, ho is Varnishes, "Window Glass, and tor noariy you, sorl'' eomowbnt proud ot it nnd dosen't wnnt to Just one word, sweet couilu mine, hut thoy balled ou faithfully We are agents for the old and reliable John Mr. Mackoy was sluoere io this. Mrs. low it But It is very dilllcult for him to Kro we go todressanddlnc. two hours, not tho faintest elfict resulting Painters' Supplies Qener- Cnurch Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio, for the sale of Pifrom their elforU; they might as well liavo Mackey is not near tbo spendthrift that a speak without stimulant of soma kind, and If I erer chsnee to woo, anos, Organs, Automatic Musical Instruments and ally, Musical Merchandise in Lincoln and Garrard tried to ball out tho Atlantic ocean with a lot of romance wxltors try to mako hor out. to had devised many way in which to take Cousin, she muit Ik. like you; counties, Kentucky. Jloutlilu Vail tnetit h That Whon tbo rain ttopjwj Yat John's own admltsion that hor ex. jl drink on tho sly. On this occasion tho coupla of thimbles. And the one that comes the nearest received until paid for. The bent Httinilnril ', they stopped, too, and went back to tho pondltures wero 30,000 a yoar, or general nrraugod with ono of his intltnntos To yourself will bo tho dearest; trin.'ci'M: Wui. KnaboA Co., Uasslton Bros., Jicl St., A. E. is enough to make werkcrs growl that when ho bad boon for half au area, leaving tho spaco completely Qllixl Decker A Son, Everett and New England Pianos, Type of what my lore must be, Ijiter on they succeeded in and people of small means weop. Kitty hour the friond should bring hi in a drink of with water has a full, fresh and brand either upright or rquare. In Organs, tho follow, Near the Coutln, what If ycu are slit? n leg makers: Clough A Warren, John loosening tho earth a little und thon thoy thousand a year to idto nwuyl Juit for a whisky In a oaiToo cup. new stock ol all tbo abovo goods, which he Church A Co. and the Sterling, with tha patent proposes to dlsposoof at the pride I A woman, shouldered their picks nudshovolt und wont woman an 1 n woman' Tha plan workolwell up to a certain Bucklen's Arnica Salve. (lilnui JIcIIh Attachment. Musical Indaughter of a harbor a barlxr in Downlo-vill- pjlut. The general, at a signal from bis stolidly away. The CcfCAfcoii.an Automatic The Krst Salve In the world lor Cuts, Bruises strument, tho most perfect in the world. CaL, In 1W0, now "CoL" J. II. Hunger-forfriend, paud in his olequaut vldre3 to Sores, Salt Rheum, Fevor Sores, Tetter, Chapped to all who apply, Illustrated catalogues CliltsjK IhipllcatM nf Noted Men. of tho Iloulovnrd doi MaUuborbos tho take bis coffee. Ho turned nnd saw hi Il.icds, Chilblains, Corns aud all Skin Kraptlons, That can be made outsldo or Inside the cities. also tbe best references sent freetbosa who have from Dealing exclusively in the above line, you can llnd bought and tried auy of tbe above musical instruof tho great "Amorl-cn- u friond standing boforo him with a cup and and positively knightly father-in-laltliIecN"er no pay required. I, ciiks stores better assortment to select Mlda," ni tho Fronch lovo to cnll saucer iu ono hand and a glavs of wator in is guaranteed to give Tiles, ortatiifiction, or money at bissatisfactory prices than elsewhere. from at ments. Address us ut (Stanford, Ky. Did yon over uotico what striking . perfect more jr. COOK. S. It. Aj to noted men you can diicowr Mackoy. After all, it is a stupendous juke. the other. One glauco nt tha nudlouco told refunded, Frtce 2J cents per box. For salo by And tho Princo Tolfounor of Italy, who him that tho cat was out of tha bag, an 1 Tor Inslmioo ft counterfeit ou tho street Window 01o3s. Mixed Paint3 and Pine friond hsd givon him Fenny A McAltttcr. presentiment cf "Ha." Tweed can bo foun I married tho voungost of tho barber's daughthat his own Varnishes a Specialty. Tho ters, nnd tho Prince Colonun, bolr of tho nwny. Ho mado tho lJst of n bad broalc in the baggageman nt tho Sherman. Mat Can Be Dono ? Csrpets and Builders' Paper constantly on hand. who married nud proceeded to tako his stimulant, tho folsnine flguie, thosamo eyes, tin amo head, grentot house of Italy, By trying again and keeping up cotirajo many A trial U solicited and aatislactlon is ture to r hor fathorwnsa Grand Army boys iu front celebrating tbo narrow at tho top and broad in tho chin, Mackoy' !. m. GMimoxs. things seemingly ImpcMlbU may bo attained. low. Danville, Ky. Third street, WHEN- C2.t nud the tamo beard which Nat mado ho poor little druggist in a m In his camp in event with ruar of laughter. Uuudrcdscf hopeless cases ot Kidney and LWer Whon Tweol took Novada City. Could nny roujhor vigorous familiar to in nil. Complaint havo bleu cured by Klcctrlc Bitters, SithUltutc. Why IIo Olitnlueil Fronch lonvo and sklppod to Spiiu "John" romanoo ovor llnd such expression! after everything else had teen tried in vain. So IToronto Trutb was nt tho Tremont.and was bothered night Tor So I ii nro Only. A very good story was told tho othor dny don't think there Is no euro for you, but try Elecand day by tho jwoplo who t tared atliliu, (Hurralo CourWl ot a young man painfully conscious of au tric Haters. There Is no uicdlolneao safe, sopuro thinking him tho'iiW In dhguls. Another t Sherman liouo employe lwarsn striking Muybrldge, tho photographer who has extorior scarcsly worthy of his character. and so perfect a Ulocd PurlQer. Electric Bitters to n noted innn. This is in old wnltor bueii talcing pictures of tbo animals nt tho Accompanied by tho youiyi woman ho had will cure Dyspepsia, Diabetes and all Diseases of mnrrio I, ho stepped into a photographer' the Kidneys. Invaluablo in aOectlons of Stomach named "Harney," who Id r good copy of Philadelphia Zoological gardens, 1 to photoRammy Tllden. (Jcorgo C. Mlln, tho nctor, graph McCairroy, tbo puglllstU artist, in nud drew tho artist asldo. Ho wantod their and LI Tor, nud overcome all Urinary Difficulties. H. - Danville, Ky. "plcturV taken, but bod a special favor to Largo Bottles only 99 cents a bottle at rumy & Office on 4th St., prides himself on n fancied roiomblanco lo tho net of pounding rtn opponent Tho pictask. "Hor folks." ho oxclalmod, "go a good McAUMcr. tho first Napoleon, nnd thero nro n iimnbar ures nro to bo tahen puroly hi tho interest deal on stylo. They nover saw me, and if I of pooplo who think they look llko tho hero of fcclenco, under tbo nusplcoi of tho UniExcitement in Texas, of tbo third empire, versity ot Pennsylvania, nnd ongraved wind tliuui my face thoy'U bo doad again Great excitement bos beencau'ed in tho viciniThore nro plenty of men who look liko plates of them nro to appear in hook to bj mo. I'm a sight bettor than I look, aud Short-Han- d Vaud rbllt, nnd thero is n Now York published by tho university. Tho object, of w'ioii pooplo come to know mo thoy voto ma ty of l'arls, Texas, by the rcmarkablo recovery of drumiiur who a greatly roieinblo courso, Is to illustrato tho play of tho human n brick. Now, then, what do you say I Will Mr. J. . Corley, who was so helpless ho could not Arthur thut ho cuumij a tonsntlnu nuncios in diiriront movements otjbo body. ym stnnd It! Sho's willing. Thoso big turn In bd, or raise bis bead; everybody said lie every tlmo bo roglstors at tho Oran ll'iicillc. This recnlls tha fact that John ftusklu. in TihlskoYs of yours '11 tnko them nt onco nnd was dying of Consumption. A trial bottle ot Dr. No Knifo, Ligaturo or CauBtio Usod. Gratit's beard is often immltatod nn 1 a ono of bts works on art, describes Tom creato harmony. You look llko a solid, cap- King's New Dlicovery was sent Mm, Finding reTho number of pooplo Allen, tho famous English puglllt of a italist a'"1 they'd tako mo for n potty larcroatod. iki, he bought a large bottle and a box of Dt ceny thief I"' Of courso tho photographor Klng'sNevr Life Pills, and by the time ho had who think thoy look llko great personage U former generation, as isoMing a noar apcouldn't rofiifo n favor so flatteringly pro- taken two boxes of Pills and two boxes Cl the Dislegion. Thoro was n man horo who fancied proach to n terfoct human figure. Young Mild, No Detention Prom therefore, bavo posed, and tho distant relatives no doubt in covery he was well and bad gained In flesh thirty-- Treatment ho was n copy of tho Chandos picture of womon who road llu-kiBusiness, HlmUo'pouro, nnd tharo nro loN of Anglo-maniaboon known to mt tholr masculine friends duo tlmo wore gratilhxl with his portrait six pouudt. Trial bottles ot this Great Discovbide by hide with that of tbo young lady. who try to look llko tho princo of rummaging through print shops nfter pictery for Corsumptton free at Penny A McAllster's. Tom In fighting Wales. ure of tho Xo "Duke" (iH'yim as n Surgeon. Cure Certain aud i'crninnent. coitumo. Positive Cure for Piles. (IlAltlmoro Herald.) We Uavo reccivoa n circular Nsuod by nn Cure, No county we would say that Fo the peopled this Ituly's Cuminwrclal Muennw. A California congressman ouce related onterprMng dealsr in hldos, calfskins P'jlU, Frank Ixulle' liberated.) how "Duko" Owynw cut off a Mexican' leg we have been given the Agiccyof Dr. Marchlsl't tallow, bones, etc., who dovj binin'. at Tho Italian government ha established in above tha knoo in a ca;o where gangrene Italian Pile Oluttteut emphatically guaranteed Hherbrooko markot Tho circular is hoadod o "hiw to roallza tl highest pricoj for calf-ski- Turin n coiumorclal mu.ium, having for its had sot in. HU only instruments wero a to euro or money refunded Internal, External, Special Attention also Given to Chron-iand a ooario Blind Hlecdlng or Itching Piles. Frlco 50c a box. a liand-saIt contnlni a numbar of directions objoct ft permanent exhibition of nil tho butcher-knife- , Kidney & Bladder Troubles, Tor sale by Penuy A McAllster, Druggists. noedlo and thread. Tuoro wera no for skinning cnlvo and curing cnlffkln'. illtferont bnmples of goods which aro manuat ban 1, so th Mjxlcun was stupo-llo- d Hero Is tho first: "Slit tho skin from tho factured nnd coimimod in overy country of As well as all Diseases peculiar to Women. Tuo exhibition will include with wbbky. Iu pito of theso difDaughters, Wives and Mothers. brlikot to tho Jaw, and skin down each kldo the world. Charges moderate Dr. N. can be consulted free and axhIMU of tho ficulties tho ammitatlon was completed, tho onaugh to that ths throat can bo cut without iiNa raw material We emphatically guaranteo Dr. Marchiii's ofihargeand will bo lound nt his onlco at all cutting tho skin cnuswlse, as In thh way mothods of packing nnd njarking goods arteries gathorod and tho stump bound up t euro Female Dls times tjr the next thrco months a Female Rorcc-dy- , within lltteon iniuutos. tho check of tho s!;in is savod, wlillo if it is in tho various markets of tho wefld. Amertroubk-s- , Iuthmniatlon and By permission ho refers to the iollowlns esses, such as Ovarian 8. IJjilsy, O. A. Lackey, S. Irwin, cut in the loat across tho throat, tbo hoad ican manufacturer desiring to tuto part in Ulceration, Falling and Dltplaccmo-.- t cr bearing Kyullil. . Cure furu Stye on tha Stanford. Ky ; Judge G. F. Lee, Tom Murphy. pose Mustang Liniment only good is worthless." If this procioui advico is this exhibition, with anmplos of tholr prodown fulling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Change ot P. Temple, John M. Spoonauiorn, Sim Cook, Kvcliaugo.l followed It involvos commonclng tho ojwra-tlo- n ductions, may forward them to tho conKy.; Itev, J. A. 'Bogle, liu'touvllle; II. O. for horses? Ufe.Leuchorrhuea, besides many weakticiststprlng-IrgfroIt is for inffefmma- Piiggo it his ''Curlalla" nllu ios to tho suof skinning tho calt boforo killing it. sulate general in Now York city, charges the abovo, like Headache, Uloat'ng, .apl-n- il Sutton, J. S. Roblmon, Uncaitsr. Ky.; Tho;. lj. wo nro Inthe goods will Vjq caret uky sont to perstition thut n wedding ring of gold, C. C. Cbrliman, KtrkivlIU, Ky.; J. B. paid, and Walker, tion of all flesh. Aftor somo further direction!, Nervous Debility, Johntou, Bryantsvllle. Ky.; J P. Daniel, McKln. Weakness, Sleeplewnest, iiibhol upon nstyouponthjoyolld, wascon-sldora-. formed that kklns sg propnred will bo in tholr destination. Ky.jO.J. Bosley, sovorolgn remedy, but It requliod Palpitation of the Ueart. Ac. For tale by Drug- IsOauipbsilsvllle, Ky.; Lebanon, Ky.,Ueo..La to 15 a iu nice condition nnd worth from A. A. Mcfllnnls, Bowling A London publlshor livslsls tliat Longfelto be rubbed uiuo tluioy. In Uenumout and gists. Prices Jl and Si 50 per bottle. Send to Dr. Creen. Ky.; Oeo. Bohou, Judge J W. Hughes, cents moro than thoy would bavo boon If low is not known as au Ammun by morj FUtcher'a "Mod Lovers" referouci i mndo J II. Marehlil, Utiea, N. Y., fur jsmipblct, frc. lOrpviibnrid Ky.;0.0. Shumate, Me Alee, Ky. poorly tnkon olT ani cared for. Tfils Is iq 2'J.Oju to thk jructio). than half his roadors U EuknrJ. r salo by Penny & MeAllster Druggists. Oana la. 'wfiiicI X'EIt ROBERTSON & KINNAIRD, :DiR,3r aooDs, isroTicasrs, DANVILLE, KY. &gC, M Wc come again with the announcement that our large is filled from top to bottom with the best selected ami most elegant stock of goods Avchave erer displayed. Iu our ress Ooods Department everything that is new and novel is represented: XCouclcs, JVCome Spun, Wool JFrcse, Canvass Cloths, Camel's Hair, Bonretts; in fact, everything new and desirable in way of Dress Ooods. Velveteen, Corduroy, Talc tnce and Braids for Trim lo match tho various shade!. In oiler Inducements never before presented. have a tremendous stock and at prices that you will he astonished. Elegant short Wraps, Bnsslau Circulars, Dolmans, You should call early to make your selection; they are rapidly su vh uupiicaie present prices. Bro-nau- gb, It ROBERTSON & KIN ItTAIRD , SURGEON DENTI8T, Millinery and Dress Making! new anitar. g hair-dress- '""-It- s, a-- s hatr-dresse- 2 FINE LINCOLN FARMS dress-fittin- r, 62-- tf bo-ga- Lincoln Circuit Court. J. six-In- sic thero-about- Gibbous, post-offic- e, Dauvlllc, e, d, Most Reasonable Figures 37-l- l Dr. E. J. Nickerson, Physician and Surgeon, COMPETENT! A. HALE, Prinoipal, llko-nes- Piles ami Fistula Perfectly Cured. Institute LOUISVILLE, KY. cs lay. SHORT - XI JlK1 BY MAI!.. m tunos-theti- Did you Sup- - Dan-Titl- il .? ."- DISTINGUISHED KENTUCKY EDITORS. A Visit to Shakedown and Other Items. Yesterday a colored man in Clark ITo the Editor of Th. Interior Journal. county went into a hay loft to throw down who Pmabaht Hill, Oct. IS.-T- hoso some hay to his hor-ec- . He plunged a pitch fork down into the haT and Muck it ha nHd opportunities 10 thii idu dhuu DEALER IN- October 20, 1885 into an etcaped neero cenvict hiding be- ful village and did not avail themselves ol Stanford, Ky., lumped up. attacked the them will never know what a rare treat neath. The convict Hardware, Horse NliocR, Groceries, NhiIiIIcm, man, who drew a pistol and shot him in the they have missed. With a lively party of NrIIh, Iron, CJiieonHwaro, w. P. WALTON. atback of tbe head, badly wounding but not friends, tbe writer came here to day to HukBj' WIiccIh, NtovcH, HarucHH, Cane tend public woriblp ol "ton Shakers," but killing him. Lexington Transcript. Hpoltcff, GratcH, Cider MIHh, L,a Covctm, By a collision between an express and as one of the aged Elders of their Society Iliitiff, (Stoneware, The editor of the Loulaville Times, who Corn Nhcllem, Collars, and was had a couple of years' experience with the an finlprint train on tbe Pennsylvania had crowed tho dark river of death religious ser y Buckeye democrats eayr: Though a Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Wooden! an road, near II icker sick bridge, in New Jer- to be buried this morning, no democrat, we are npne the leis an sey, Sunday, eight persons were killed out- vices were held, which occasioned no little Gait Fnmps, and tho Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin RoofAmerican citizen, and aa euch we hare right vnd many others wounded, On the disappointment to the Urge crowd of visiting and Guttering will have prompt attention. greater hopes of common good from euch Boston & Lowell road ttuei persrns were ors who had driven here from tho surround republicans as John Sherman and Joseph killed and fire injured by a collision and ing towns and country for that purpose. deceased brother Foraker than from such 30 milei west of Memphis Doris' circus The burial services of the were novel in many respects, and quite a aa John McLean and George Jloadly. train was derailed, wrecking four cars loadTHE NEW GROOEKY AXW IIAItlHVAKE HOUSE OF number of the members of their Society Forced to a choice between two evils we ed with animals. No lives were lost. of the spoke of the good traits of character prefer the lers. Possibly this is not pure DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. departed, alternately. Their singing is a democracy it may be "queer democra- -. Emmett Gaiivin Lohan, whoso hand...i cy, as one esteemeu coniemparary j and feature of their services that will catch a some Court of claims is in session features are endeavored to be porElder Bsoja- it but it is human nature and nearly everybody wants "a little something" lover of music every time. HTJST,O30-VIILiXJE- 5. min B. Dunnlavy, who seems to be one of trayed above, is one of the very brightest common senee. Hoadly is the architect of out of the country treasury. ruling spirits here, kindly "showed us as well as the mod popular journalists in his own downfall, and the little Cincinnati Ben Robinson bought of Garrard coun the the State. Born in Shelby county someWould kliJIjruk your attrition to thofrct that thej bare Juit retume--l troai the cltle with to us the mysteri Bops whose motto is rule or ruin has ima2att ty parties 200 fat hogs at 3 cents. They around" and explained iriMi aoJ wellielecleJ itotk of CIIOICU di- ous workings of the village. They do ev- where in latter part of the '40s, he entetel paled himtelf on the right horn of his were shipped to Covington on Saturday. way and with a the Washington ft Lee University at an lemmv The democratic county committee will erything in a business like degree of accuracy simply atnaz'ng. Some early age and in a few years graduated A CAM. has been issued by eomo color- meet to day and select a time and method of the young ladies of our crowd, who seem with distinction. 0 his school life Mr. T. In md!enTrlety, dainty In quality tn.l utlsficlory Id prlcn; tbliwo guirinU. Our aim ibttl b' ed men for a convention of their race to for nominating candidates for county offi- to have boya on the brain at all times, P. Graty wrote as follows a few years acn it all timet to suri'l eTerj- - wut lu our llor. ces. meet at Lexington Nov. 20th, to take into in the Modern Argo, of Kansas City: A lovely picture of "Aurora," painted learned ay for the first tltuo that the consideration their civil and other rights by Mrs. M. "His chief distinction at College wss won J. Farris, one of Miss Mary Shakers allow no mixing or communicathat are now denied them. Delegates to McRobtrts' pupils, is on exhibition at tion whatever between the men and women by his wonderful fluency b a speaker Conilitiof IheStanJird Ilrm.Uot Euroend Atnrrlra. Our lure line of IVok'ng PtSTft lnelodM theJuillycelebritcJ the Convention will be chosen in the va- EvanB' drug store. and of their Society, and with a look of disgust At the middle of his first session he was and queentwire stock"Orrat Wotrrn ltrxrTc" Tea many other family larorltrt. Our China, Qltu coniliti In rt of futile, and Chaml.fr .eu toiaflele, OUiiwure richly eat rious counties at a Mass Meeting to be was chosen as one of the society orators, and Dr. J. C. Bogle and bride, (Miss Delia our young ladies exclaimed thai if such ud etched. In tho way of llresditurli wentmolluckwheat Flour, the queen ol all trlles. Our cI. 12 si. on Nov. 19:h and three dele held at McFerran) were the recipients of many the case they could neyer join the Shakers. electrified his large and critical audience brated Patent "U. M." Hour, uilTalled for cjke and paitry, while Mce and Ilouilny, our own pitrl-oti- c gates will be allowed to every 1,000 colored by an oration on Lord Byron. From that rrtxluctf, arrayed faithful adjuncti. All the delicacies In 1'ortlgn and liouieitlc Confettloai handsome and useful presents from their While they were discusing this subject I are here. Tin, Stone, Woolen and N'tllowware, Ktrctrlc Lainpi, Statlomry. Canned Moata and citizscB and one additional for every fracFrutU friends la?t Thursday, the diy of their mar- thought of how blank would seem the lives time onward Logan was fjnious. He was and a complete line of Clgan and Tobaceoa. Well, tali Ii only a bint of tional thousand over 500. Lincoln will be riage. of a majority of the young men of Stanford, the pride of Kentuckians, of whom there that we can malt It to your luletett, we confidently aik an examination of what we ba?e. IWIolni our goli and your ratrot entitled to 10. The Boyle county Historical Society especially theo of n young merchant who were a great many at the University, the Iteipectlullj, TA l l.Oll ItllOTIIF.Ilfi. idol of the ladies, and perhaps tbe most The Breckenridge Aiiw makes this an has published in pamphlet form the schol-arla- recently went there from Lebanon and a popular student of the four hundred who and able address delivered before it young physician, if there wsa not "a woman nouncement: Col, K. D. Allen, of Kenwere there from all over the South. With tucky Military Institule, has surrendered last May by Judge A. P. Humphrey, of in the case" at all limes. In justice to a his striking face and distinguished figures-- he goodly number of the young ladies of Stanhis credentials as a Metnodist preacher. He Louisville. stands six feet, two, mm shoes aided Mr. M. C. Thurman, owine to tempo- ford, I will parenthetically remark in this is pluming himself for tbe office of State hae been compelled connection that they admire the moon none by a manner moit peculiarly fascinating, Superintendent of Public Instruction, and rary embarrassments, these things were not to be wondered at. aware of the existing prejudice against to make an assignment for the benifil of tbe less because there is "a man in it." This The strong-minJebut rather cynical, preachers for the place has sought to re- his creditors. Mr. D. N. Hinman is the as- kind of a life seems to agree with the DE1LEM IK- eldest daughter of the late General R. E Shakers, however, and I noticed among lieve himself of the burden. It is doubtful signee. Transylvania Pnsbytery will convene them quite a number of women and Lee, was his most enthusiastic admirer, Drugs, Books, Stationery and if the bid will bo accepted by the people. at the 2d Presbyterian church luetday men who had lone since lived out their and immediately after the great "Byron Fancy Articles. a tol Speech," claimed him as her protege and We present to our readers ay evening at 7 o'clock. The session will be a three score and ten and were yet apparently G. Logan, he is no doubt indebted to the Irfluence of Pbyilcl di' pr KTlptloDi arcuratrlj torajxun.i.J erably fair picture of Emmett short one, at Synod meets at Covington on hale, hearty and happy. There are nearly All editor of the Louisville lima The out- Wednesday and those in attendance desire three hundred Shakers here now and their the highly cultured social coterie of which he thus became the central star, for much of line is good but tbe artist has failed to catch to attend that body. good nature and hospitality is enjoyed by that genuine refinement of mind and feeltbe fine expression of countenance which The friends of Mr.EJward McCty,of all who come here on a visit. ao strikingly characterizes the gentleman Salvisa last night I learned ing that has evermarked the man and jour- The Largest 8tock of Watches, Olockg, deeply sympathize with him in While near this place, nalist." pictured. It is our intention to give a the loss of his little son, EJward Joseph, Jewelry and Silverware that Rev. W. A. Simmons, who Is Returning to his home in Shelby ville, he cut and sketch f ach of a number of our who died in Lincoln county Sunday evein Stanford and has many warm shortly afterwards made his first venture Etm bought to thti market Irlcra Lower than Kentucky editorial friends and they will be ning. The funeral will take place from St. tbe Lowrat. Watrbee. Clocki and Jewelry Ko- friends there, has almost lot the power of into lournaiism, oy(starttng a weekly papalred on ahott notice and Warranted. as fast as prepared. published Paul's church, this city, at 3 o'clock this speech and on account thereof has given up per, which he named the Oourant The charge of the Sslvisa Biptist church, of ability with which it was edited wss the of Louisville do not tace evening, The citizens Col. Logan McRee left Wednesday for which he has'been the successful pastor for subject of general kindly to the proposition of tbe managers newspiper remark and of the Louisville Southern railroad echeme Oceolo, Kansas City and St. Joseph, Mo., quite a while. This information was ob. more than oce prophesied the distinguishto subscribe $1,000,000 towards its construc- to bs alwent about ten days. He was ac- tained from one of the members of his ed future of the embryo journalist. But tion. With a tax of 2 per cent, the aver- companied by Mr. Tneo. Tunis, who may church, and of course there can be no mis-ak- e with all his accomplishments Mr. Logan is about this sad misfortune having be- far Irom being a financier and is as ignor age property holder thinks his burden even conclude to remain in Missouri. Dr. Howard Crutcher, of Chicago, is here on a visit fallen this good and brilliant young divine. ant of the ways of money getting as a child. more than sufficient. ANU to the family of his father, Rev. S. W. A few week? since I saw in a copy of The Courant was therefore a failure finan A compiler of criminal records finds Crutcher. Col. John Cowan and J. E Far-ri- s your paper paragraph atating that a baby cially and after ajyear or two the enterthat there are almost four murders in the iiiJP,?ii-iiitui- e ! are hero today. had male its appearance at the home of an prise wasabindoned. He readily obtained United States to one in England, the same Mr. and Mrs. G. Darbishire, (Mies An enterprising and progressive gentleman of a position on the (XurierJournal, which co?u,,,c!o "ort"nieui or Furniture, ciubmcliiR number of people being compared. Spain is nie Shelby) who marriad some months ago A ,,H Lincoln, which was so diminutive that a had observed his sprightlinen and he be-- erjtuiuR Vnl from the ClicnpcNl lo flio Fluent Parlor NnlCc. Ne the only country approaching anywhere and went immediately to Europe, are now quarter of a dollar would entirely cover its line editor of the Kentucky anil South- need to Ko to the larKo ,.onp ,MlrcllIll,eM IIO cilia. near our record and there murders are in Staunton, Va., and will be in this vihand. At first I was of opinion that it wan ern News Cjlumn and at once made it a do wlinf qnnutlly or ,,, lln.,,cale quality more than a third less. CHn nill. cinity in a few days on a visit to the lady's only a newspaper man "stretching the cided feature of the paper. He remained nny prlccH yon can obtain elNowhcrc, Ireljrht beingadded. Alto The Louisville Exposition, which ap- -' parents, Col. and Mrs. Itaac Shelby, Jr. blanket" or manufacturing an item, as is on the paper for several years and until a full aNHoriment ol CoIHiin, NliroudH ami KoI.ch, cmbrao pears to be a success financially, as it is ad- She will remain in Kentucky a few weeks the ca?e sometimes; but this afternoon I Gov. Underwood started the InUlligtnctr at "V! ""i1 expciitlTc. Wnro room' V.V:i .... mitted to be intrinsically, will end next when they will go to Florida, where tbey looked upon tbe imposing form of a three- - Howling Gteen. Then he and that other ..r,.......v XS ,niilii, V, '"V1" xamt-j- , niiiniuru. weeks old baby at the residence of a prom journalistic lumioary, Cjl. E. Polk Saturday night. Those who have not vis have a winter home. John President Beatty, of Centre College, has inent Mercer farmer, which weighs just a son, cast their fortunes led it, should embrace the short opportuwith it. consented to deliver a biccalaurate address little over one and three fourths pounds. nity left them. Bat tbeJC? J. soon found that Logan was Fgrakek'b majority in Ohio is about to thessnior class at the bjginning of the Exaggerating but little, it can be stated that a neewsary adjunct to its editorial make next commencement. A sermon is usually if this child was wrppd up in a pnperdol-la- r up and he was rfljrd the position of man10,000 but the legislature is yet in doubt, preached on such occasions by a minister of bill, sufficient paper would be left to aging editor to return, a position which he with the chances in favor of the republithe gospel, but as this is the last year of make a comfortable pillar for the little fal- filled with great credit to himself and sat cans. The official count began yesterday. Dr. Beatty 's connection with the College, low, who hai been namul "Joe," probably isfaction to the proprietors and readers of regret to note tbe dcatn of the es- he has acceded to the request of the seniors in honor of the biblical gentleman possess We that great paper. His fr.rte seems to be to timable wife of Col. S. I. M. Major, of the and will address them as above stated. ing "the coat of many colors." If "Crad-dock,- " write tcro, pointed and pungent editorial Frankfort Yeoman, which occurred in Louof the Paris 'lrue Kentuekian, can get piragraphs and he gave GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. it full sway in isville Sitnrday. up a smaller one than this on short notice, writing them under the inspiration of late Lancaster. he will please do so, though I have the The democratic majority in the next dispatcher. He also contributed many Mrs. David Ross, died last Friday of to the sizj of this baby. I might leading lower House of Congress will bs 43. It editorials, which were frequently tlux, at her husband's residence, near Paint mention the name ol the father of this was 75 in the last. attributed to Mr. Watterson. Lick, this county. child, but as he does not like to be mixed In October 1SS2, when Gov. Underwood NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. A careless mail agent failed to put off up in swill matters, his identity is not made bis second newspaper venture in the At Minneapolis 175,000 barrels of flour sny mail for this place Saturday evening, made public. The baby is doing well. form of the Cincinnati .Ycim, be prevailed on hencq no newspapers for Snnday reading. are made in a day. Mr. Abe Colem&n. a prominent Mercer Mr. Logan to accept the managing editorMoaes Riy and Miss Ettie Land ob- county horsemen, has just returned from a with a Fiankfort has new water-work- s ship, making the pecuniary inducement, a tained marriage license last week. Both successful trip through a number of States capacity of 2,000,000 gallons per day. question not to be ignored even by a cirelcs Frederick Greiner was hung at Colum- are residents of Garrard. Similar doc attending the Fairs with his fine how, and man in money matters. Under his control bus, O , Friday for the murder of his swee- uments were issued to Mr. Nathaniel Prew he tells me that one of them wore tbe blue the paper soon took a leading place in Ohio itt and Miss Elizi A. Curtis. theart. tie out the St. Louis ring, in which there politics and was the principal factor in the George Long, a car repairer, killed Lancaster never had tbe timerity to use were between 40 and 50 competitors He John Clarke, an engineer on the L. & N , any attempts to bull the dude market when and tbe beautiful Miss May Hundley, of election of Gov.(HosdIy in that usually republican State. He spent a couple of years at Eulington. dudes were popular, but as to the matter Washington county, also obtained the prizs in the Paris of America and then returned The President has appointed C. Mey- of "mowers" she raieeth her voice to re- at the Bardetown Fair for tbe handsomest er Zalick, of Arizona, to be Governor of mark that they are plentiful and of good couple and most stylish turnout, over Mr to Louisville, where in May, 1SSI, with his ol 1 friend, Polk Johnson, he launched that Territory. quality. Wm. M. Rue and wife, of Danville, and that excellent craft, which has since proved Bell whisky in The matrimonial boom has not yet The city licence to and generally aiknowl so popular and other bo successful, the Louisville Richmond is $1,000 in addition to the Fed- commenced here but ii's merely a matter of edged handsome couples. Eiening 'lima, and upon which he is now time. Lower Garrard will open tbe ball eral and State license. A drive through the picturesqie and fer putting his best licks. William Anderson, who killed a brake-ma- n in a few weeks with two or three prominent tile county of Mercer nt thissetsonof the So much for his public career. Hie pri on the L. & N. come months ago, has weddings to be followed by as many more year will almost make an observer form vale life's story will be fully aa interesting in this place. been lynched in Texas. tbe opinion that sufficient crept of era and to his friends all over the State and to Mason & Morgan's Uncle Tom's Cabin his Dr. T. P. Caldwell has been appointed tobicco have been raised in this county many relatives in this county. It seems Tension Agent at ionuon on tne recom- Co, drew a large audience at the hall Sat alone this season to supply Kentucky for a that while he was aiding in making the urday evening. The performance was year or so. mendation of Gov. McCreary. Tbe gross revenues of the Pullmsn above the average and the crowd appeared It is authoritatively stated thst eight or Bowling Green paper bo bright and newsf, to be well pleased. It is rather remarkable ten wedding will take place in Harrods- - be still had some spare moments to devote Palace Car Co for the fiscal year were of which $1,243,024 44 were that the play had never before been pro burg and vicinity this week, about four of to tbe gentler Bex. It was then he met the lovely Mlsi Lena Covington, daughter of duccd in this place. Shetaw. them in one day. net. Mr. Walker Lindram and family left ur. Aioeri lovingion. iney at once re Jones, the avenger," who shot at "Bill Mr, D, B. Edmiston Not a Candidate, cognized their affinity and after the usual Guiteau, was tried a few daya ago for rob Monday morning for Washington Territorj Tot Ijo Editor of the Interior Journal. where they will reside in the future. We were made one after bing a man of $180, but was only convicted Stanford, Oct. 10. While I have made period of wish them succe?s in their new home. Miss no announcement of the fact, I suppose it God's holy ordinance November 13th, 1881. fined $50. of assault and John E Mtssey, democratic candidate Honeywood Huffman has returned from was generally understood by the voters of A bright, pretty boy, a real chip of the old blesses for L'eutenant Governor in Virginia, is se. Winchester where she has been spending Lincoln county, that I would be a candi- block, now brown the union and in their Blone front in Louisville, the summer. Mrs. R. E. McRobsrM has re date fcr the office of County Court Clek. handsome riously ill with pneumonia at his home in spends In quiet happiness, the hour turned from a visit to her parents at Hop But a position has recently been tendered he Albermarle not devoted to fail most exacting profession. Already ranking with Mr. Watterson We will allow thirty cents apiece for kinsville. Mr. Hujjh Logan came all the me which I have reason to believe will be way from Harrodsburg to see the show. and grown hens to partiei whose piper has been more profitable thau the oflbe of County day, the other great editorial writers of the Mr. Locan'rf star is in the ascendant Mr. J. P. Saudifer went to Louisville Monetopped and are still owing us for it. Clerk, and I have therefore accepted it. My and he is defined to win even greater fame day. John K. Faulkner, Jr. has obtained Blakely (Gs.) News. object then in writing this card is to my inan he. When this is accomplished, ta a position as traveling salesman for a LouA box containing the bodies of nine that I will not be a candidate, and to ex- jt is sure to be, no friend of the gentleman so isville tobacco firm. Mr. J. C, Hemphill is press my thanka to a large number of the imperfectly sketched will be prouder than infants which had been prematurely born, the writer of these lines. at Dyeraville, Is,, clerking fc R. H. Batson. voters of Lincoln county, who, without sowaa found in a spring The deepest sea soundings known were licitation tendered me their support in the from whfeb the town had been getting its GEOICGE S. CARPENTER made in the Pacific, where the line reached event I became a candidate. For this evichief water supply. good will I I a Candidate for Coanty Clek, mbject to the acSince 1870 the South has built 7,000 down 4,575 fathoms, and off the east coast dence of their cot fidence and tion of the Democracy. miles of new railroad, besides improving of Japan, 1,000 fathoms. Thus it seems feel very grateful. Respectfully, D. B. Edmiston. old roadr, relaying tracks with steel rails, that tbe greatest highls of mountains and E. KENNEDY etc. In the same time tbe assessed value the greatest depths of the ocean correspond of railroad conductors is U a Candidate for A convention Alienor, aulject to tie action ol to CTTR?ATT. SUCCESSORS TO try nearly. of property has increased $900,000,000. in scsWon in Louisville. tho Democratic pirty. W. H. HIGGINS Mill, IIiirrj Whip, Ken-tuck- jMeudo-democrat- s ueu-igna- tes y TAYLOR BROS. FAMILY GROCERIES to-d- OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY rly Peranv A W AJislor PHARMACISTS, -- y to-d- JEWELERS. well-kno- wn 1 9 Jar UNDERTAKER, Oealei- c ,u, i - ,' v 4- - " Cac. c,l"' ny. PLEASE Mm FORGET well-know- n That we carry the Largest Stock of Groceries, Hardware and Queensware in the city; That we are Millers' Agents and wholesale depot for Flour and Meal; That onr stock ofPleasnre Vehicles, including everything from a Hoard Cart to a Barouche, is always complete, love-makin- And thai we guarantee Lowest Prices, style and finish considered. Also, that Ave still handle the cel ebrated Wagons, "Old Hickory" and Mitchell. Big line of Farming Implements. Grain Drills, Turning Plows, both riding and walking, And all of which we guarantee at Lowest prices. I. BRIGHT iraETGAXjF, I BRIGHT wrnmmmn Swii-'iH- i tchlji Ky., Interior Journal 0fitobor20, 1885 Ik 7011 want your horee attended to well, Mop with D. S Hlnman, Danyille. ' Stanford, TiiRiicclilon tn the ruit of Ware vs. 0en appealed from thin county ban been reversed. l. AH. " " " LOCAL TIME CARD. ... Gall 1 atall train tolof Korth. " " ' Houth. Sapres strain" Houth. Norb... ..w on standard 55 so .. t r. M. r. m. Tabler&Smiltir. A. M. Holar on Mien Ella Smiley ami exam-In- e our splendid line of now millinery 2 05 A. M Ibe jore li calculated tme li about 20 mlnnlM futr tltn. Roller Skate, three dczan pairs, in good order and eome nearly new, for aale. Apply to W. P. Walton, Btanford. LOCAL NOTICES. The stablo of Mr. 8. K Ltckey, at Galla Boy your school books from Penny A McAliater. Mcltonicirre & STAflrj are hendcjuarteri! for amunition. Quns at all price at MoRoberte A HtagRV, from $ 2.50 to $100. Complete stock of achool book and school puppliM at MoHobarte ft Sii'r'h. WatCUW and Jewelry repaired on ahort notice and warranted by Penny A McAlle-r- . tin, Tenn , waa burned last week by an Mr. Lackey is a son of Mr. W. M. Lackey, of this place. EW lllVKUTIHKflt'.ATx. Rav. II. Allen Hipper has just cloed a highly eiicceful meeting hi Cttlettshurg. A number of peron pnfetd religion, InJ. SI. JOHNSON cluding Mrs. Elliott, xffeof the late Chief I a Candidate for AtuMior of Lincoln county, tub-jaJustice. A church lot was bought and to tbe action ot the Democracy. subscribed for a building. Tbe meeting at the Christian church is WILLIS O. KiKXETT growing into a real revival of religion, lis Candidate lor the office of Jailer of Lincoln under the oarnest and powerful pleadings county, aubject to jrimary election of tbe Democratic part. of Eld. C. P. Williamson in his Master's cause. Already 13 bave made confessions T.D.NEWLAXD and the prospect is good for a full harvest la a candidate forSberlfl of Lincoln county, iub-jeof souls. Sunday the pistor, Eld. John to tbe action of tbe democracy Bell Gibson, baptized in Hanging Fork, Mrs. I. N. Cole and Miss Ella Snanks and IV. L. DAWSON yesterday several others were "buried in Is a can Udaie for Jailer ol Lincoln County, sub' Ject to tbe action of the Democratic party. baptism." ct $2,-00- 0 A'amvlFO Young men are often perplexeJ to knor how some men succeed in business while others fall. For Instance, one year ago Dr. Uourne began bus-Ineln8lanlorJ. He was almost a stranger; friends told him that tbe field was fully occupied; that be could do nothing. Yet bellerlng there was more in the man than In tbe place, ho went In. He has succeeded beyond bis most sanguine expectations. Hof Why? You sav It li beciuie be la an old dru;glit and has had long experience Intbebuslnoa. No, that la not tbe chief reaion ofhlasucceas. Two words tell tho secret. lie is universally polite, polite to all, aod sella bis goods low. Younjj man, you can succeed If you will do Hires things. First, be polite pollto to all, (tho time TO!r bis: f The remains of Mr. Pierson Miller, who MAM. AI. OWENS OtATHS. married a Miss 0ena, were removed from la a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, subMiss Kati, the bright and winsome ject It tbe action of tbe Democratic party. Monticello to DulTab Cemetery last week daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. S Powell, and laid by thoA of his wife. died Saturday after a lingering illness of It. OAUPEXTER CoNcmrpsMAN McCreary, who is in fever and wa buried Sunday, E'd Will- li a CatH ldte for as County Attorney, Washington has had W. P. Walker iam delivering n short discourse at tbe subject to the action of the Democratic party. Buy the Una IIo Remedy, the. oriel-na- l Postmaster at Liwrenceburg and grave. Our sincersst sympathies are ex and only genuine, from Penny A McAl- say he will soon have a new deal all over IC. C. WAUIIEN tended to the sadlv bereaved parents. iater. Is a CandHata lor the district. to the office ol ComMr. George W Aahlock, 1 uood A complktk etock of jewelry, latent monwealth'! Attorney ot the 8th Judicial Distyle. Hock ford watchea f specialty. Penand an earnest christian, died at his trict, subject to tbe action of the Democracy. Agt., Don't forget that Cho. D. Wearen, ny A McAlinier. has a large stock of Pine Hooring, Ceiling liome in this county, Sunday evening at 7 Weather Boards, Door Sash, Blinds, o'clock, after an illnesa of a year or more cf ANTED ! PERSONAL. Mouldings, Shingles, Liths and all kinda consumption, aged 63 He 'eaves a wife Mit T. V Hiofit.vs, nf Louisville, wao of rough lumber. and six children, who sorrow in their loea DEAXiliHS IIV The. 1'coiffp'n t vrloirlla, up vesterday. without hope, for he testified The class of ladies and gentlemen in el- not as throshis itml Storl: ( urtotirillit, , Wall Paper, WitlCM. -- Mr. J. V Hajti.v, of Pittfburir, waa ocution in Jesu, and spoke in the list to trust Musical Tioiiiinoii'm Modioli .Iff are requested to meet Mrs. Brock Chemical, UOOKH, Liquor 1'lvnvev Jllntoru. great confi lence of eternal py. The rehere yestirday. lustruemeuu, Address at the office of Mr. J. W. Alcorn this evenStationery, C'lcare. X UCK6I Miw. Kannib Kdmictom haa cone ti mains Wers interred in the family buryirg tTHE CAPITAL. PUBLISHING CO. OHh, SoapH, ing at 7 o'clock, Tho clas of boys will Cutlery, P. O. Ilex. OClm Lamps, i, CINCINNAn, O. ground on his place 7esterday afternoon. Crab Orchard to visii relativec Perfumery, Fire ArniM, meet at the Seminary at 3 o'clock. Mackln Mtsi Kate Wimtitnirr, of Lancaster, Our Jewelry, Sllvcrwnro and Optical Goods Deimrtmpnr l in Needles. AND CROP LAND. STOCK Most of the farmers are through with FARM FOR paed through to Ijiilfill yeaterdey. Titos, lllehanb. irho will Repair style. Mra J I. McKlNNKY, of Ktchmond, la thtir wheat sowing, and the earlier sown is -- J. Y. Myers bought of E. P. Woods a I offer for sale mr I'arm of I, IN Acres ol One up and looking well. The acreage sown Is fine mare mule colt for $85. visiting at Cipt. George II. McKinncy'a, 2 miles South ot Ilmtonrllle. In sight of tbe Mlddicburg a The farm is Robt, Collier bought of John Wocds gooJ state of cultivation, pike. - good fenro and in Mr. J. P. J'.mdry, of flilver Creek, waa about tbe average over the county, though undaone in some localities, the crop seeded is much IS head of fine cattle at 4 J of tbe best watered Farms in Linco n county. Tbn cents. here a few day ago en rou' to Louisville. licprOTcmenta conslit of a neat cottage houso of i Thomas Robinson sbippd to T. M rooms, a splendid cistern at the door, good stable Miw.S C. TitccitrAUT arrived yeater- - larger than usual. . and all ucretsjry outboutes If early application marday to be present at tha Jonee-Re- ld Cinci'iT Court commences next Monday Green, tf Cincitnatl, 100 fat hogs at 2 to Is made, will sell at a bargain. It not sold scon, I will rent said Farm for 18M. riage. with 320 cases on the docket, 100 of which 3 cents. 6tf J. 11. TAYLOR, HustonTllle. Mimw SAi.un Denny ind Pauline Mr. Anderson Cienault sold to II. are for ctltnses against the Commonwealth. Lena and Kate Crimea are visiting Mia Kahn, Cincinnati, 40 fat cattle at Ol theee four are for murder, ono for manBANK SALEt Lackey. Richmond Register. for attempted rape. slaughter and seven Mn. XErriE (Iivinb, of Stanford, la There are SS new civil cases, 10 equity ap. Nicholas county farmers housed all ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1885, TliHin; her old home In this county. their tobacco before the froat. They say pearances and 48 ordinary appearance. e Circuit Court day, I will sell before the Paris 'Newa. that the county never raised a finer crop. -- DEALER door In Stanford, 3() hhitrcnot stock in J A CAitrENTEti ii back from Another candidate for assessor appears Mr. The Jersevcow, Sillie Rrgina, bought tbe First National Rink of Stanford. Boyle, where he hi been ill for eeveral in the person of Mr. E D. Kennedy, of the at Louisville last week by Dr. Steele lhlley i t a con a vest. week. Ilia friend are slid to bate him West Eod, and a mora deserving aod ca- has dropped a fioe heifer calf, which the pable) gentleman or a better democrat Dr. values at $150. return. &c. Mares, Hon. HiircKiNRHKiB Jones arrivtd could not have presented himself. He is Cattle for Sale. 35 heaJ of short, yeaterdiy and to morrow will lead to the fully conversant with the dutiesof the office three year-olI lllsell at public auction before the steers -s- plendid lot of feed Stanfoid oo altar one of our loTellet yoone UdUa. he seeks and from much experience knows ers, w ill average over 1,00 pounds. Ja IMS'),InCircuit Court .llomlav. October Xtt, ilay, a lot of stock consisting ot a One Stallion, Mx Brood Mares, Two aged Jenthe value of property and if elected would cob Cozatt, Parksville, Ky. Miaa Fannie Reltl 3t nets, Ono Jack and Ono Jenret Colt. Trms Mrwns J V II a YUEN and Robt. P. till it most honorably and creditably. R. W. Oitts has retarned with forty B3tnilF.K, bUDIord, Ky. e Lytle started Wc yeaterdiy on a proapect-Inbead of mule colts. They were bought in In this issue will be found the announceview of eatabliahinj a store tour, lth a ment of Mr. George S. Carpenter for Coun- Anderson, Boyle and Mercer counties FARM FOR SALE. either in Missouri or Kirua. They cost $50 each delivered Monticsllo ty Clerk. Mr. Carpenter is a decidedly pop J. R McClaiiy, Senior Warden, wnt ular and clever gentleman, whose duties Signal. I offer for sile my Farm ol 121 Acres, midway Some of tbe farmers tell us that their between TurnersTllle and McKlnney. It Is In down yesterday to repreaent Lincoln Lodge as deputy In the sherifl' and assessors' ofgood condition, well lraprovfd, has brick house No. GO in the me etlnp, of the Orand Lodge fices have given him much insight into corn crop is turning out ery badly and in and all the necessary outbuildings. Apply to or address me at McKlnntT. y. of Mtvma In Lotiiville tbli week. IV.A.IIAJIIIjTOX. tbe workings of the meat important office cctueiiuence they are forced to stll their Mis Mary Myer l over from which he seeks and he feels fully compe- hogs. C. Vanoy sold to Tom Robinson a marrito ittend the Joner-Re- id tent of dirchargitg them. In tbe various lot of 263 lbs. average at 3 cent. I!;n FOR SALEJ3R RENT. Gaines a lot of i!70 lbs. at the same price re k1"1 o know that ahe capacities in which he baa served the counage. Hrr friend -- MY HOUSE AND LOTia much pleaed with her new home. ty, Mr. Carpenter has done himself much and 8. W. Given a lot of 300 lbs. at 3 Rtporttr (aye: Ojr people have a credit and his friend i will usd every exer- cents. On Danrllle ATenne, In Stanford. The houso conTltn lmpror-e- l, porch. Lot IN ADDITION TO UBOCEIUEd AND Danville Court About 500 cattle tains T rooms, cellar andtmggr house, well shed, HE KEEP3 hleh regard for Mr. Warren a a gentlemin tion to secure his nomination wpon stable with ft stall., cistern, all Attorney, and iliould best sold from 4 to 4) cents per coal and smoke bouses and a on market, and Commonwealth' good repair. Knijulreon preulsea. Anr. Thi.y Pot Honteiis? Messrs. F. pound; good slop cattle from 2J lo 33; scrub new -taud in 5?he receive the nominitinn the democracy of J, 11. 11IGGIXH. W. Hayden, Hugh Keid and '2 to 2. Very few miilej oflered and no J. Curran, J Pulaaki will warmly endorae him. Mr. Kkam IlAltut, train diepttcher, J. T. Craig were up before his honor, Judge demand fur thim, a few sold from S100 to POSTED. went to Louiavil'c yesterday to testify in a Varnor, Siturday, ckaiged with a heirotts SI 10 (bod many horses on market, very ilaroaseaultmiln't the company and to oflense, that of murdering in cold blood few sold, brought $50 to ?80, crowd good, This notice forewarns hunters. Qtbenneti and tramps not io trespass on our lands without perfurther urge the. putting on of in accom- some poor little half.fcathrred partridges, business little better. mission, as all such acts are liable to be proiccuteJ on the Knoxville Branch. but owing to a defect in the warrants, the Capt. II. T. Hush reports the eale cf to the lulled extent of the law. Signed.-modation train C. B. tatnpson, J M. Martin, three latter were released and Mr. Curran W. B. Cloyd as follows: Hordes S20 to $S0; We all hope he will mcceeJ. Craig Lynn, A. C Tucker, J. L. Murphy, J. li. rnn, old filly $111; a pair of Clydesda'e Mr. I). B Kdmiston, who thought held over till yeiterday. The attorney for a W. T Tucker. II I) Ilaucli'nan, running for County Clerk, has the county only charged them with "pur- mares $300; yearling mule colls $40 to $70; Adam fence. (Ct-lsomething of John A Jas. Smith, decided not to do ao, nnd intead has taken suing with intent to kill partridges," but as 3 late horse mule colis $30.50 per beat; TO a pvition a "drummer" for McAlpir, they readily proved that they were pursu- weanling horrc colts $50 to $00; stock hogs op of the ing doves and neither saw the other kill a 1 cenlr; sows and pigs $17 to $17 50; wheat Polk A Co., Cincinnati. He is one and will succeed in partridge, of con rse no case was made out $1.19 to SI 25; oats $10 GO and hay $13 25 McKINNEY AND VICINITY. nicest of gentlennn against them, though at least two of them for small slackr; corn $140 to $151 per any business. I am receiving a handsome line of Mr. Orro Schueleh, n intelHRcnt admitted that when a llock flew up they barrel in the field. Good crowd and good FALL & WINTER MILLINERY, young PruaIan, who has recently located banged away and brought down a bird or sale. the ladles ol McKinncy and vicinWhich I e! two. Tbe trial seemed lo be more in fun cillcd yesterday and in this county, ity to call and examine. Also n nice line of Vel.Mr. VERNON DEPARTMENT. we suggest to bis aud ltibbunsin latest styles for drrses. vets to this paper so n to iuform him than in earnestness and CM) Kespeclfully, Mr. Jl. V. TAIlLElt. Managed by Jno, B. Ft'sk eelf about our local afliirs. Many of our honor that the law is brought into connew settler from over the deep might also tempt by permitting too much freedom in Jeese Murphy and Rebecca Cole, cf his court, A cross warrant filed against II. find it pre ft able to take their county pa-- OK Jackson county, were married at this place for having a pheasant in his C. Uright per. was dismissed without prejudice. last Saturday. November 1st F. L Thompson will Splendid Farm, Live LOCAL MATTERS. Mr. Curran was tried yesterday and fined $12 and coits, it being proved that he had make a chaoge in his business and be asks Onb hundred and fifty brand new overthose indebted to him to call and settle by I will offer at public sale U the highest bidder, in his poresion illegally four birds. at my resldcnto, "Millwood," In Lincoln county,y coats for sale at Owsley & Craig's. that time. Btanford, 2 miles from Shtl-b- ''rzr ff merchants has fone.) Second.be thor. ougtily acquainted with your business, (the days ofmountebinks are gone) Third, sell your goods at reasonable rates. Dot.'t try to make It all on one sale. Many a man baa made a nlckle too much on an article and lost a customer. Uemember the fellow who killed the hen which laid him dally a golden egg. He thought he would possess the gold en mine Inside th hen. He lost all, Don't try to draw customers with lew prlcesoa me thing and make doublo on another. Be hen-s- t; tell at a reasonable prcflt. 1 forgot to mention that, like Dr. Bourne, you should keep good, Brst.class goots, and keep what people want; press light on and sjcceai Is yours, aa It hs been his. I. M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, Drug, cit-iz- ;n & STAGG, 1GENTS Uf nUIHGEDIlST. Stanford, &y. 'IS. SALEt THE CHEAP O-BOOB- B. $4-1- 0 ST0GKJ0R T. R. Court-Hous- WALTON, !' c3-- j Sale of Jennets, d Court-Hou- se 2 5 H 61-- tJ JO-J- re And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. Tin-- , Glass- - and Queensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- TJIELADIE8 ln-l- te rub-scrib- Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. PUBLIC SALE A- Stock,. School Supplies: Baskets, Bags, Slates, Pencils, Pens and Holders, Ink, &c. Two hundred and fifty thotis for Bile by and, bard and Henry Hatiehmnn. Wr. will have the largest stock of grates and heUing stoves ever brought to Stanford. Rright & Metcalf. Owsley & Ckaio have just received a a very large line of Mohair braids In all colots and widths, alio a very large assortment of ladies' handkerchiefs. Those wishing anything in my line should call and examine my t plendld stock of Millinery. Ills net only the largest Mock ever brought to this place but the " most select. Mrs. Moody Hnrdin. IintCK. well-burne- MARRIAGES. Mr. Sidney Muir and Miss Sara Ilurge will be marred on the 27th of this month at the bride's residence in Louisville. in signs in Stanford is It was of W. F. Himsey, the butcher. that painted by his eon, Lmis II. Ramsey, of Lexington, and is a real work of art. A The biggest thing facetious gentleman remarked on looking at it, "I wish Mr. Kamsey would kill an ox once as fit as that nioture." TiiEindictmont against S. B. Pennington, charged with buying cattle under false to proteoses, was quashed and Mr. Pennington says the the grand jury. cise does not amouct to anything and that the publlo will soon know tbe facts, as he U determined to have the matter thorough Somerly investigated and male Known. set Reporter. OCR business ia in the hands of John M. philips, for settlement, and owing to the fact that Mr. Elmiston will soon leave Stanford, It becomes absolutely necwesry RELIGIOUS. that it b3 closed up Immediately. AH per sens owing us will please call on Judge Revs. J. M. Coleman and J. M. Bruce Pnilips and make immediate settlement began a meeting at Eubanks last night. and save trouble and erst by so doing. The Synod of tbe Southern Prehyteri- an cnurcn meets to morrow at Alt. Sterling 0rley. e, T Mr. W. H. Baker aud Miss Maggie A. Nix were married by Rv. J. M. Cook at his residence near Highland yesterday. John M. Heath, of Lincoln county, and Miss Permelia Pitman were married at Somerthe bride's father's in this county. set Reporter Announcements of the marriage of Mr. J, W. Drowning to Miw K',t& Shannon at Magnolia, Ark , Oct. 221 have been received by the many friends of the gentleman here. He was a great ladies' man when here and everybody is surprised that he withstood tbe blandsihments of the fair ex so long. The Couritr Journal tells this romantic story of the marriage of an Hon. Robert Y. Thomas, Jr., R;presentative-elec- t from Muhlenburg county in the and Miss Ilessie Wallace, of New Albany, met last summer at the home of the former. Before the lady's visit ended an engagement had resulted, and tbe young couple, going quietly to 8pringfield, Tenn., were married August ISth. The lady returned to her New Albany home, Mr, Thomas to bis, lesterdaybe visited the tbe family of his bride, and tbe story of the young people was told and welcomed with the same hearty congratulations that will be accorded theoi in their Kentucky home, to which they will at once return. There is only one prisoner confined in tbe county jail and he is in for hone steal ing. He appears to be a little cranky on that particular subject. His name is Garr and he is a native of Jackson county. Quite a stir of excitement was created here Friday by a report that a woman had been kukluxed in one of tbesuburbj of this town. We are "on to" the facts in the case but for sufficient reasons will not give the names of the participants. Licence was issued for tbe marriage of narvey Henry to Amanda Bayers. A romantic story could be written about this couple. Forty odd years ago they were lovers, but by some means they became estranged and both married, lie moved to Kansas, where he raised a large family. Several years ago his wife died. She (Mrs. Sayers) and her husband lived in this county and raised several children. Her husband died several years ago. About three weeks since Mr. Henry came back to this county and he and his old sweetheart met, and it was not long before arrangements wcro being made for tbe wedding, which took place Mrs. Cillie Smith and children, accompanied by Mi'hb Ella Joplin, all of Paint Lick, spent Sunday at this place. Mies Mollie Williams has returned from a visit to Louisville. Wm. Rollins and Moses Rollins and family, of Indiana, ate visiting relatives in this county. Mrs. J. S. Fish, of Crab Orchard, was visiting relatives in town last week. Miss Clara Whitehead is visiting in Loueiville. Jim Anglin and eeveral others who went from this county to Texts last Fall, have come back satisfied that this is the best country in the world. Several of tbe parly havo died since ther went out there. about 7 miles west of City aud C miles from Danville, on Friday, October :10th, 1SS5, Stock, Crop, Farming Utensils, .'c. Tho live stock consists of One gray Mare and Colt, bv Rlenil, and bred to MewenKerChiel; I black Mare and ,olt, by Ulen-itl.abred to Itlenil: '.' Mares and Mule Colts, 1 reliable combined Hone, 1 harness Horse lor purposes, 2 Colts.2 work Mules 3 years old family 9 head of thorouRhbred Cattle, fancy colors and well bred, 9 grade Heifers, 50 thoroughbred Kouthdown Sheep, a lot of Hogs: Also about 700 locust and tedar l'osts and a lot ol Hay, Corn and Oats My Farm, Lle Corner Main and Somerset Sts. is the best place to buy. ami Strnttou. Eoop-kcepln- The Farni Consists of nhout 420 Acres Of Land In excellent repair and In a high state of cultivation, spienumiy waiereu vj synuum mm ponds. Tbe Improvements consist oi a largo ami commodious brick dwelling bouse, with Rood outbuildings and a new and convenient barn, with capacity for feeding at least 100 bead of mules. It is one of tho best grass and grain Farms in the Uluo-Oras- Brynnt -- THE- LOUISVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE. Type-writinBook-keepi- Ebort-banBanllcg, Arithmetic, dc. It la the only Penmanship, region. For personalty, a credit uf lour months Is taught as books are kept by the best and note with good security, bearing iutereatlrom Collcgo In this section wherein oil d date and payable In bank. For tbe Faini, one and two years with bankers, and a thorough practical knowledge of account given. Has the largest and best arranged cash; remainder in interest. A good deed made and possession given rooms of any College In tho West. Thouiands ol successful graduates testify to the abova. GraduJanuary 1, lbfc8. 03 td JtF.X. SPAT.DIXG. ates hare no trouble In obtaining good situations. Call or address s Tkrus. one-thir- MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. Propr E. H. BURNSIDE, This Old and Well - Known Hotel Still Maintains its High Reputation, AND Louisville Bryant & Stratton Business College, Cor. Third and Jellcrson, LOUISVILLE, KY. H. C. RUPLEY, Country. fc MERCHANT TAILOR. I have received and still receiving Iti Proprietor is Determined that it Shall be rfecond to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of NEW GOODS FOli FALL &WINTER Comrrlslng the best In tho marktt, which will be their Guests. BaaKsae will be conveyed to and from the de free of thane. Hperlal accommodations The Har will ...... ! rtOlrf.l ., brsninof Llicjrs and Cliars. ' CinnTftnr''ler GottonUp in Stylo and Mako Second to Nono m City or Giro JIo n Trial. ...ii.. -- .A $onriuI ARMY-- MUSIC. ARTEMU3 WARD, THE HUMORI3T. ATV IIONEST ESQUIMAUX. THIEVING AMONG THEM ALMOST WHOLLY UNKNOWN. Ill Mem or run Last Da a of Ills IU liteuce Ills Majfiietlo Control. Dr. Robert Morris in Courier-Journ- Be Warned In time. Kidney diseases may be prevented by purifying, renewing, nnd Invigorating tho blood with Ayer's Sarssparllla. When, through debility, tho action of the kidneys Is perverted, these, organs rob tho blood of Its needed constituent, albumen, which is passed off in tbo urine, while worn out matter, which they should carry on from tho blood, is allowed to remain. By the use of Ayer's Sarsapnrilla, the kidneys nro restored to proper action, and Albu- Mnsonlioimor's Restaurant OrrosiTX Coost-Hous- b POtt OO'JQHG ohm iiittv. US DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY, HOW AN ARMY COOK WAS CHARMED BY -- A REGIMENTAL BAND. A. Monster Hand at s Oraud Kovlew Kllpntrlck In Chares of n Jtogulnr Virginia Ilreakdovrn The First Shell. minuria, or an nrticlo govorniug them far more than any other consideration. If a needle or a Mr. Lloyd Harris, of St. Louis, contribute! nail or othor choap and simple article Is tho following from a rather extonsiro bud-gn needed at once a or a blado of of war papers already publishoJ: Many whalebons will be willingly exchnngod for of the veterans of tho Army of tbs Potomno it if they have It the valuo of the skin or Is prevented. Ayer'sofSarsapnrilla also romembor the splendid land of the Fourth tho kidneys, nnd prevents Inflammation blade being enough In civilization to supply oo nth Brooklyn zouave. Wherever thoy the tribo with these articles for an Indefinite other disorders of theso organs. Mrs. Jas. in their gay uniform and started on period. For a summer's work on a whaler W. Weld, Forest Hill St., Jamaica Tlain, of their inspiring tunes the offect on all the about two months they generally reeolvo Mass., writes: "I havo had a complicawas electrical One day colored servants broecb-leadln- g a cheap gun, bought In tho while, we were oncamped back of the Arlingtion of diseases, but my greatest troublo United States for from $4 to t'i, and 53 or ton our houe sablo cook had started with has been with ray kidneys. Four bottles $3 worth of ammunition. Things on which our coffee pot in bU band from an of Ayer's Sarsaparllla made mo feci Ilka they have worked patiently for months they open fire toward the tent were Hooe n new person; as well and strong as will trado away for some civilized trinket nnd the I'lummers and I were waiting' that could not have occupied more than a ever." W. M. McDonald, 40 Summer St., bis arrlvaL Just at the moment the fow minutes in its manufacture. Nor are Boston, Mass., had bceu troubled for years fourteenth band struck up "Dixie" as they thoy much mora considerate in their oxwith Kidney Complaint. By tho uso of were passing by, nnd away started the cook. changos of commodities with each other, Ayer's Sarsaparllla, he not ouly still holding the coffeo-pocompletely en and the most incongruous payments are 'trance! by the music, and never stopped often made by them. until the tuna bad ended and be was half a I never saw any display of that characmile from the tent On bis return be looked teristic among Indians, and generally the disease from assuming a fatal form, very foolish and venturod: "Captain, we known by tbo msthetio tit la of "hoggish-ness,- " but was restored to perfect health. John never beerd such music as dat in ole wherein a liberal gift to sue for an McLcllan, cor. Bridge nnd Third its., article must Le addod to In purchasing the Lowell, Mass., writes: 4,For several years Tho tame band united with several others same from another. To prevent this supponni made a monster band at McCIollan'a I suffered from Dyspepsia nnd Kidney sititious trait I determined at once to fix a grand review; 100 silver instrument?, thirty Complaint, tho latter being so severe at standard of value in obtaining dogs from tenor and ton bass drums, all under one tbem, large numbers of which I needed for times that I could scarcely attend to my leader, formed the brightest feature of the my antIoiated sledge journey, but - I work. My appetite was poor, and I was grandest reviow ever witnessed In this t bad placed the remuneration at good rate-- ; much emaciated ; but by using country. I never had occasion to wrangle over it On our way to Fredericksburg, In 15C2, with tbem. In fact uch contentions ore wo bad encamped for a day, and late in the wholly unknown among these Esquimaux afternoon our attention was attracted by in dealing with strangers or with each the music of a band iu a grove only half a other. Even when several whalers are win. mile away, who kspt playing one lively air ferine in their vicinity, and one is unusually for so long a time that some few of us prostingy in payments and others conspicuposed to go over and fee what tho fun was ously generous, the former is not "boy. about At this time Kilpatrick was lieucotted" altogether In the amount of meat my appctlto and digestion improved, and tenant colonel of the Harris light cavalry, furs, clothing, and other material thoy havo afterward called by prejudiced infantry uiy health has been perfectly restored." alL for tbem "Kilpatrick's thieves." When we reached Sold by all Druggists. Thieving among tbtss bands is almost grove a very funny sight greeted us. the wholly unknown, and this has long boon was still playing, but nearly exTrice $1 ; Six bottles, $5. The band their character. A British exploring expehausted. Kilpatrick, elevated by standing Trepared by Dr- - J. C. Ayer & Co., LowelL dition that wintered among them over a barrel-head- , was shouting directions to on a Mass., U. S. A. half century ago, speaks of this virtue j at least fifty darky men, woman and chilamong them. A small party of EsquI- - i dren, old and young, who were dancing a maux had built their igloos or snow-housbreakdown in the true Virginia style, tho near the ships of this expedition that Is sweat pouring off from thsm. The band two or three miles distant and a numbor joador appoaled to Kilpatrick in behalf of of the white people visited tbem. Upon ren bis band, but in vain. "Kil" turning to the ships one ptrson noticed that shouted back, "Play till you wear the he had lot a glove, and supposod that it darkies out," then yelled to the darkies, might have been purloined by tho natives, J4Koep it up, boys and girls, you will beat until one of them, who hid followed the tho band sure." party, returned tho glove, havlne walked Aye, thoro stood the man who wai afterthe entire distance for that purKe. Two IS WAKRANT1SD to cure Fever and ward colebratod iu history, Gen. Kilpatrick, natural when upsldo do wn. dogs were purchased of tbem by one ship's Ague, Intermittent or Chill Kevcr, Ho the raider, prompting the most amusing The Hotel 11111 of Faro. craw. They disappeared one night and mlttcut Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, dan co ever witnessed. No modern minstrel Dengue (or Break-bon- e " Fever), Liver (1'hiladelphU Times. suspicion was naturally aroused, Lut the troupe hat ever equals! it Ills officers Complaint, and all diseases arising from Amid all the fierce competition of summer next morning the two dogs were found se'Were just as busy as he was, and one of Malarial poisons. botal-keephas curely tied, E quimau mothol, on the deck 'them passed around tho hat, to which the resorts, it Is strange that no "Harpers, S. C, Jul; 9, 1SSJ. spectators responded liberally then, Just as yot arisen with genius or courage sufficient of the other ship. After tbo dogs bad the band blew a last and dismal blast to make a now departure in the bill of fare. broken loose from ono ship and bad returned eighteen months suff'.Kilpatrick threw tho contents of the hat Tbo effort of all these estimable men is the to their village, fielr original owner had some to make the longest possible list of brought tbem back in the night, and by ered with Chills and Fever, among the contraband. Such a scene; having Chills every other day. down on all fours, scrambling, pushing, dinnor dishes. And the effort of all their mistake bad returned thein to the wrong constantly tho same to find some- vessel. Surely they carry out the Biblical and screaming, until the last silver piece guests is the After trying various remedies thing in list that they care to eat After injunction to avoid even the appearance of 4iad been socured. Kilpatrick oama down recommended to cure, used a many experiments, more or less disastrous evil in a manner that would not stand with tfrom the barrel, nnd in his over genial or, bottle of Ayer's Ague Cure, and miannor shook bands with us, saying: "Gen any in the caso of old stagers, without taking tbo conduct of some clvilltod persons. now risks they commonly settle down When I lived among them our party was have never since had a chill. or tue esmti, i am glad to see you. tleman You will excuse this little party, for it is upon a few of the plainest items that tho never careful to collect tools or other things EDWLV HAJiPHIt." offers. left around the hoiuo, anl I do not now renot of tan that we have such fun, and at the menuuniversal The rost remain untaiWil. I'ltniMRED BY Is this experience of the futilSo call that we ever missed an article. The give active employment to the Kama tims ity of the bill of faro that one can not but party left a large amount of trading maDr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Maaa. contrabands." Tho Iron brigade in crossing the Rappa-bantin- c' marvel to find it year after year unchanged. terial, amounting in value to probably Sold by all Druggists. e in the vilriver to participate In the battle of Who wants ,the dozen kinds of roast and $1,000 or t-- 000, in a boiled meat-- the score of entrees, all tastlage, and visited tho whale ships over 100 Fredericksburg were bidden by a dense fog ing alike; irom the enemy and one of the regiments, vegetables the pretentious array of canned miles away, and nothing was touched durand the innumerable other imiing its absence. I have already noted for iiue Tweniy.fourth Michigan, who were to jrecolvo their first baptism under fire, were tations or repetitions of the same old bill of what trilling wagos the Esquimaux work miarching in front of the old Sixth veterans, faro presented at every hotel throughout hard all summer, and yet hero was enough xne winter J iNouoay cares to saraplo nil to bo had by stealing to supply them for a colors flying, the band playing "Hail Happy Land," when, alasl the sun these things, and most of them would never number of years. Tho protection in a snow .appeared, the fog lifted nnd the train guns be sampled more than once by the samo hcusa is about equal to that iu a tent with should be your crowning glory. Ayer's of half a dozsn rebel batteries opened their person. And yot they must occupy a great the flaps tied, or a bouse with an unlocked Hair Visor will restore tho vitality and deal of attention from the cook, which door. During most of our abseuce no Eswork of destruction. Almost the first shell color of youth to hair that has becomo might ba concontratod with much better quimaux lived in the village, but they wore Sanded In the midst of tho band and scat-Certhin and faded ; and, where tho glands aro effect upon the few things that the guests away walrusing in snow bouses some two or them right and left Thws who surnot decayed or absorbed, will cause a new three miles distant and thus no one was left vived beat a hasty retreat to the sheltering do eat. It is apparently an inseparable port of tbs to guard the houso, rendering thieving very growth on bald heads. Sjank of the river, and bre.ve CoL Morrow &ept his gallant regiment "well in band" American hotel system that everything oasy. Had any ono stolen anything, and "fVTA'V tlic outufu' co,or ana v'Kor which comes out of one kitchen must have been Uotectod, there is no penalty provided shouting, "Steady, men, those Wisconsin of the hair be preserved to old men are watching you." I do not remera-fc- tbo samo flavor, and thus even the variety for tho ofTonse or for any other crime comage? Bead the following, from Mrs. O. seeing that band in any of the that is promised by the long bill of faro mitted. of ever Norton, Somcrvlllc, Mass. : I have used lard-fougTho only time whon tho Integrity of any battles their regiment after-ivar- d proves only a more aggravated monopoly. Ayer's Hair Vigor for the past 30 ysars; If the cooks could be persuaded to drop ono of the village natives was questioned participated in. of thoir alleged Frenrh dishes and and, although I am upwards of CO, my was when a member of my party lost a valthemselves to the rational preparation uable penknife. It disappeared mysteriously hair Is as abundant and glossy as Only a Cowanl Nor t. of a good square meaL well choten, well at the samo timo with an Innuit who bore when I was 23." IBrlg. Gen. Comb-- , in National Trlbune.l cookod and well served, the health, comfort the worst reputation in this particular line We had in the Twenty-thir- d assured, that atrial of Ayer's Hair Ohio (Hayes' regiment) a quaint old character an en- and good humor of tho guoits would be won- In tho tribo, although none of thorn could Vigor will cominco you of lis derfully promoted and the fortunes of the furnish a bill of particular as to any slnglo listed musician whose name I would not hotel could powers. Mrs. M. E. GolT, Leadvllle, Col., not fail to bo advanced. There Ii definite net of his in the put Wo ware livmention for nnythlug. Just before the writes: "Two years ago, my hair ha lug a wide s hotel reform tho at tho tiiiw, but iattle of South Mountain ho came to mo mouey flell for both made andhere, In which ing in summer camo almost entirely fallen out, I commenced when miy bo saved. unl the Igloos bad and asked me to stop aside with him a the use of Ayer's Hair Visor. To-da-y melted tne supposed stolon property was my anoment I did so, and ba said: "My The Confederate Cruiser. found oa tho gr mud on tho siti of our old hair is 20 Inches long, flue, strong, nnd joj, jmjor, i nm a cawarJl I did Chicago Journal. snow-ho- u e, and this suppi-o- l charge .tjotknowit I healthy." I could help tho Th henring nnd adjudication of tho vaagainst tho Esquimau was thrown out of country, and, though I was past 43, and nnd strengthened rious claims which have been pendwg for court They have a motlni among s needn't to, I enlls'.eJ. Now I have found by the timo before shat is known as tbo of of boriowmg artiuJas In tho most I can't go into a tight! I can't, major, that Ayer's Hair Vigor, the hair regains Its itt you should kill ms! I shall be disgraced, Alabama claims commission, in Washing- communistic way without any waste of youthful color and vitality. lie v. 11. 1 ..slid all the folks at home will know It. I ton, discloses sorao very Interesting facta word. Un ler nil circumstances, bowovor, about the dopredations of tho Confederate such articles nro sure to Lo returned to their Williamson, DaMson College, Meckleniin never holJ my head up agalu if I try to cruisers upon American comaorce during original oh nor'. q Into this fight Can't you do ouinotblng burg Co., X. C, writes: "I havo used war. to If they are out of oil for their lampo or 4or uisf Give me somsthing to do that nln't tho civil vessels, Tho damage done It Ayer's Hair Vigor for tho last ten years. however hurtful may provisions mid find a calm (pilo of largo 'Ishtlng anl I'll do anything. Oh, for God's unve It Is an excellent preservative." Leon to me union siue in tue late constones) contiinlnz od or msat of nnv kinl take, major, tLink of something nnd savo tent, was of littlo practical bsnotis or imtho uso of Ayer's Hair Vigor, Qco. thoy do not hesitate to brsak Into anl take wia from t:ia disgrace! A. Dadinan, Waterloo. Mo., had onough to rollevo their Immediate necessities The por fellow was half frantic in his portance to tho Confederate caue. d Tho claims to tbo Gonsva tribhis hair restored to lis original healthy novor more and attach t a stick stuck araestuei'. I thought a moment nnd said: unal for damages done by Confederate cruisup iu tho snow alongsido toe dospollod calm , do you think you coull carry water A condition. He was nearly bald, nnd very for tho men while they are fighting! It Is ers aggregated t2J,40S,170.31. of which tho pnymmt in full for what has boon taken gray. He writes: "Ouly four bottles of igoing to bo an awful hot day, and a canteen Alabama destroyed f7,0W, 293.70; the Bos- tberofrom In tho way of a snew-knifa the Vigor were required lo restore my tho Chicanmugn, 51W.070.73j the of bullets, or whatever they may ba? have ni irosu water will ij about the greatest ton, $400; fi,U.V.031.u.O; the Clarence, hair to Its youthful color and quantity." Florida. tender handy and know will bo usof ul to the other luxury the men c mid have undir fire. Can of the Florida. tllO 730.10; tha Tucony, ten- party whoso moat or oil has boen taken. If Ayer's Hair Vlgorcurcs disyon curry water for them'' "Oh, yetl 'Thank jvu, major." Well, now, in the der of the Floriln 81C'J,llj.Sl; the Georgia, this owner belongs to tho same vlllago ns eases of the scalp. F. H. 8131,100.72; the Jeirorson Davl, $7,752; the the Uaveler the formor will be thickest of that fight, sshers the Foster, rdnceton, Ind., writes: "I had compensated Nashville, S103 433.05; the Retribution, 8 when they meet This snow-knif- e within eight hwii of half or bag of been troubled for years with a dheaso of 53; the Sally, f5,54'j; tho Shenandoah, bullehi, or what Shot went into action, old A mouU not that has boon suspended the scalp; my head was covered with dan053.S3S.3l; tho Sumter, fl7'J,C07.67; tho ns collateral from tho upright i0 corns to the front loaded down with stick may druff, nnd the hair dry and harsh. Ayer's delivering tbem, and taking up the Tallahassee, $330,641.73. In addition, tbo dangle there for a month or two, and all Hnlr Vigor gave mo Immediate relief, empty ones along ths line. Between bay- miscellaneous damage was 1470,033, ond In- tho Esquimaux within traveling dlstancs cleaned the scalp, and rendered the hair onet charges the mm were hugging tho creased Insurance, 50,140,219.71. There were may piss It dally and it will novor bo mo .gound like a long-lo- jt soft and pliable." brother, undjr such a 715 American vessels, of an nvorage tonnage lested until the owner comes along looking of minlo balls ns did not veem to leave amounting to 4SJ.852 tons transferred to for bis oil or meat British registry. The foreign commsreo of .tsjiy tnoccupied space in the air. Old A I know an Innuit hunter the United States 70 per cent, of which In whale ships at Marblo Island who visited tho woulj prancj down the lino delivering on loavlng tho lbW wns carried in American res-elsfell to mainland to cross tho ico to tfae Island, an 1 to the panting men without any mow I'UEI'AItUD BY 23 5 per cant at the close of the war, in conmuso of fear than the bravest man iu the whero all chances of seeln gamo endod, Dr. J. C. Ayer It, Co., Lowell, Mass., U. 8. A. auriny, until his last canteen of water was sequence of tbo terror inspired by tho Con- take his breechloadlng rill?, im inestimable Vjone. then he would give a wild yell and federate crui.'ers. For sale by all Druggists. prize iu their eyes, and, plawtftig its butt in xjlt for the rear as If the devil was after tho deop snow leave It stasiAi; upright on Two Months' Intercourse. ibha. the nativo Una of travol to tit ships I saw (Philadelphia Dulletln. weeks nttor it had boen put there Tho Songstress' ltcply. Tho manner,! of people at suiuimr hotels itnbiut two way to tao ships, oni again about DB, W. KxcluuiRe. . PBNV furnish a boundless field for study. A year on my four weeks when returning. I It is told of Gabrialli that "lien she or two ago two Philadelphia ladiss arrived suppose 100 after that pas-TOtJtIcT s ' r 200 1ml It Tfrbrited llussia iu 170:1 Catherine wished to at Lake Mohonk an were placed at a table BTAKFOIII), KLNTUCM. of havo glvun engago hr service, for which the already occupied by an Albany purfy of forwhom wouldowner brought a year's labor Office on Lancntor street, Eoxt door to Inik-eio- r it, but the homo at last k diUMaiidol a salary of 5,0a) ducats. six, bearing aristocratic names tht conJournal office. Offlro liouu from 8 to 12 a "hen he roturned to havo M.anJ 1 to "Far too much," sold the empress amazjd. trasted strikingly with their beaavior. For noticed thl frequantly his rKUge. IEsqui- necessary. 8 p. hi, Anesthetics sdtutnlstf red whet 1151-luniosij ths Why, that Is nitre than I pay my tlld two iiunths the-- patrician Albanians sat at maux. smartuala." "Tton let your field marshals tho llttlo table with nit addressing a word ct Ug for you," wns tho swift lejjinJer of civility to tho Philadelphia laJio. At the An Aeronautlo Iniiiilo. FOK KILL', clo;o of that period the Albniiy mater Vionne is about to put litto practical the singer. suddenly remarked; "Wo leave you Wherenpou the brnvor Philadel- operation an aeronautic instituto, whorJ a A Cnnkllnt; as a Saxon. phia lady mid: "indeed!" And so the two constant supply of balloons oi overy kin J anil stylo will bo kopt on haul. AsiMiuions Oa OauTtlle street, Iu A Carlsbad oorrotpiudent says of Koscos mouths' constant intercourse began slmiionl. Tli lot contains are to bo free. CunkI!ng: "When he makes his appearance two rcies acd Iihh nn It a cnnlcirijil tlnil.lvs stotile. wooubuiifo, ofirn crih, u splun lll rlsteru sa the pronaenado htsstaluart form creates tsv. iMUiation, and, beiug a docidud blonde, ho tao Uhsl oa wuioti yotr .siue and alalgeniiiiiU'r of Irull n'l oru initio Ml trcos I'iBtw.etaiuliK' The new pcalal cards cost Oio Q jtcid. isiulaleJ ad raatt ui the i ujuui.Itou owe If Ihlslsotjoof tljiimi ileslialile ril.ncM Id the s taken for a Saxon, of whom thero are plfre. 1'or tfumsHinl fiirlher pirtlciiUrt ap'lvto irrcauy to be soon at this p!aco." j a r in efieius. i't 547,71 rer Ihoiuand, JOIiy JI, iiii'.V, Stanford. St, Loub Republican. ot fox-ski- t, ." -- -- wind-broke- with prominent features, fair balr, and oyes that twinkled with mirth. Drlmfull of good fellowship, he was gensrous to a fault He expressed to mo his firm belief in tho truths of the Christian religion, nnd in none of his writings or lectures wore thoro any dorogatory remarks upon religion or its profossors or teachers. Profanity he abhorred, declaring that It was not funny, and If funny, it was indecent and vulgar. Ho ngrood with Samuel Johnson that josting upon holy things was to easy an accomplishment that no real humorkt would indulge in it I.lko all victims to tho intlduous discaso consumption Ward grew more and more cheerful and hopoful of recovery as ha approached the ond, and bis last utterance was a pleasant allusion to tho princo of Wales, who just then (1807) was receiving many prosonU. Ho said to bis companion) "I believe I will make over my panorama to his He remembered ma in royal highness." bis closing hours as one who had cboored and aided him in bis early struggles. Had I known of bis condition In time I would have made a winter journey ovr tho sea to extend to him a parting hand. An English writer him as heap- pored in thoso last months, in the horrible winter climate of London. Sometimes be was profoundly dejected, at others shy or reproachful. Ho soomed nervously anxious to ploaso, yot with a certain tremble In his eye that convinced you of bis perfect tang frold, and one thing always full, unescap-nbl- y full, of fun. His humor was delicate, overvescont and personal. He had a loving disposition, but was of a proul and independent spirit Tho bursts of quaint humor connected with bts history could only llvo in the snbtle atmosphere which crehis presence ated. Within live minutes after commencing a lecture his audience rtpondod to bis slightest breath. The original who appeared before tbem demure, impassive, quite simple, unaffected, slightly gauche, twiddling bis llttlo dudlsb cane, played in reality upon his audience as upon an old Pooplo not accustomed to him flddlo. laughed out of time, laughed before the joke came in, laughed at his looks, which wore pregnant with laughs. Never was thoro a stronger caso of magnetic control His tall, gaunt though slender figure; his curly, light hair, and large, aquiline nose, which always reminded mo of a parrot's; bts thin face, flushed with consumption; his little cough, which seemed to shake him to pieces, and which be said was waaring him out at which remark we all laughed Irresistibly nnd then felt ashamed of oursolvos for laughlnc But ho seemed to enjoy his cougb, and showed it to us on all ides, and petted It, and was evidently proud of it II was all a part of bis queer, topy.turvy mind, In which everything seemed most bo was distinctively styled, was tall, slender, In appjaranco "the genial humerlst," as Iajw Wages Absence of " llogglsliness" but no Stonllng A Communistic Method of Ilorrowlng Articles In Case of Necessity. Lieut. Schtratka In New York Tiinos. After nil, tho Esquimaux do not soom to have a very good Idea of comparative valuo in their oxchangos, the present nocosslty for llrdtmclMierTnnl notice. Look out for the sign ''Woodbine Bestsu. hungry. "H rant" nd csll when you ,VT!imn Meslisro sirred st all hours. 0 nsh, hind snd in Its toston, oysters fresh anil on short styles $$ssjyg&, UsTln( opined up a luuibjr ysrd In the our store, wo arouow LUMBER YARD. Jresrof "M)1 Preparod to Furnish any kind'.of Lumber .Ywed Bright's Disease cut, tnthoromh. I'oitsof all kinds.for the Uaotltls anl hatod Alio Ajents ... --l( H T 0 cvn u rl Xm r,,n, , LUMBER! Dressed Pino Flooring, Palling, Weather Boards, Finishing Lumber, Green Lumber in tho Rough, including Laths and Shingles. d customers In Ktf ths conrsnlenM of ourarrange.! o. with and vlclnltr we has to keep on his yards an assortment . 1 as of our Lumbir, wh.r. they can g.t It w cheap from us direct. He will also wk","m,,1,J0rJ any bills not on nsn.ls. which we MRLVIS A It A 1 IK, notice. my, Ky. 114m HUn-for- 'JSL XT H. Th ( tot ib'U trtimi la tkt mutiri aitt.i, Ulii t IUraoUIlM lector all r'tMlpU Ibtt Ihwu WiIm lk Mil iMftloa tt(h, ai Mlno ih ftNm ia ritMiitrfttttaMt uui ihtatiUI i thrvwuff f4tBMat wilt U tkftllDC stS win "MrlM4tcli mwl' ( IM ll B,Ul, tt-- " I Mil." tflMlfU la Iks malUla It T.ttii Cflitnftii HtMinr rr a its Qvw tiro Cniks, Crnp. Until, ikt Altai iraMf fr Irkiim Cxik "1 iHiiiatllii, 4 m ttUttbW. tir MIS litUtwit lii1i Hi 'Mrattin tell. iSim. WAITEH A. TAYLOR, Atlanta, Pal Sir r io ! (in, tthr4 from atmtf L EJ I INT. th iui asm. Imi f1l tl$, cm, nurrk! iiiuii, PfMiiar Hinuxat iitTKLasaanr coanuu ul Ckulr.t Twiit.i. ritltf; Prevented lloth tor sale by Dr. 11. L. HOURS E, HUnford. LOGS WANTED. II (0) lOUHVIltl MIW AtjMTj CHICAtO T '(p- - I will pay tho highest price for good, sound Walnut, Oherry and Hickory Logs delivered at any station of the L. & N., K. O. or O. S. R. R. J. 0TTENHEIMER, Crab Orchard, Ky. Through Ooaohos and Pullman Sloeping Cars From AYER'S Sarsaparilla LouiHYilIe to ChlciiKO, Cliiciuiintt lo ClilcaRO, InillniiitpollH to ClilcnRO. THBOUGH TIME TABLE Via LouIsTllle: lulsrlll. Lt. Lafayett- e- MWWMHIISKMH Arr. ' Cbltago Cincinnati Lt. Indianapolis.-... -. 7 I I S a iu i m 20 p m SO 7 I I S S iOpu VO a m 00 a m Via Cincinnati.' OHIO & MISSISSIPPI The Direct Koute to n. w - 1? I 0 5 S 20 p m . . Arr. cnicago. ....... tDally excrpt tiiinday. Dally. II P m ui I 10 43 p la 11 G 20 p iu Maui St. Louis & tho West LOUISVILLE or CIXCIXIYATI. All Trninn dirrct ronutctlon at lho Isrllle Korthwrst and Southwest by the way of AYER'S lie sure your tickets Ague Cure "lor and Cincinnati make points wltti the Uthl-nl- n ExprtMon the Ohio d MUiUtli.pl for tit Louis and all points Weal. ()0,7 ,rom I. IU JJIIIHH mil In HI. Unl.iIIle or Clnclnquicker than auy other line, airing our ptiwnnra formation, aJJrcsi WM.S. UALDWIN.n.l1. A., Chicago. " ' uui cooice oi aia in trains A. J. O'llfclLLV, (J. 0. A., Luulss Hie. going Weal, y A. A C. r.'y) as It Is the quickest. th best and most dirrct llnn to Cblca no and olnta In the Northwest. Tickets tla the Motion Ituute on sale at alt principal ticket office. For rates, maps anJ lull la MONON ROUTE, rJ via the C11m,? tort"- - (U N. mriui Il. ... I E Only Line rla W. lne going by 12Hours Quickorn.ryVo-9jZt Chicago. Always O. & M. makes-Fast I WASHINGTON, Baltimore, Philadelphia York City, with lueotolt Ooly I.lne rla Timo nnd Sure Con With all Llnn at and New neotions IFullman Gars. IllclinioHil, Old In conorc Ion with OU Djnilnbn Steamships lo 8t. Lonii and Intenncdlat pointi o FcrrlcH, Xo Oiitnlb,KXrau- ns inaJ of n,a in snow-hous- Point Comfort (Hrgcla ('ODoectl jlilnrau. Hotel) aud Xerr port News, !. Union .Chi-- W Your Hair ILsTIEW YOBK, raascrgcr Ag't Ohio And Merchants and Miners Steamship Line to " MVasUs'liallway. BOSTON. Through Trains from Winchester, Ky., to ed KANAWHA PALLS, Ileaorts. WPm",I.E.1??D.rb . U . I All S, f.ntral PasMniar Agent, Cincinnati, Ohl ''SiuW' 1. 1. And other Famous Virginia Springs and Pleasure Hunting, Fishing, Hathlng and all kinds of recreation for the tourist, InrallJ or sportsman. This lino runs through the Allrrfbany Mountain!, en the links cl beautiful rlrersaaj itrml-Daoa WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS KENTUCKY "illtie-GrnsH MUL n:. ' er 8hortet and Itoufe." two-thir- do-vo- Nor'-Wes- to-d- BE snow-house- th-u;- ut them-solve- RENEWED u-- Living Witnesses Testify. Mnuphls.Tcnn., Hefrcctfully, Fast Lln lt.iun ObirnaUon Cars on Day Trains. Ilrgular A OI.VOI.V.VATI and all can be comtickets good for stop-orecnciuie in tffect Oct. II, IMS. bined without extra expense. For full Information, ratM at Hotel, analysis ofMcdlilnaltiprlnKs, eovi.DOVt,ZlV7ir?fo: Xo.ir rullman blicping war space, mcn, .it., un vu oradilrms ....,..... iEl- - Bu. Dally Kx. 8un. IU1 lLt.3t.l, W. II. W. II. McIlOBUHTd, Lve. Covington.., Trar. TassenEcr Agt a 10 a m a i o n Ticket Agent, 2 00 piu Htanfurd, Ky. IulTllIe, ky. ... U RK raiuiiMiih - " mi I II W 2 .Ii pm am, ii. r.A.sixs, " lynthliua, 11 02 !u!0n . u I 17 p m O. fV.ftMIS'II, (lon'i I'ju'r Ag'i (KCV'i JianRBr, Arr. 1'arls a tu II 00 p iu 5 15 p m ill " Lexington... Klchtannil. Virginia. 12 7 limu C 17 p in I). U. EUWAKI3, Lve. I'arls HI pTa Oen'l Wfwlern l'wiiEiriret. Cincinnati, O. Air. Winchester ,12 W pui 11 In ii bj osj p n 1 10 " ItlehuMind.... 2 00 pio 7 2i pa " Lancaster .... 8 13 pin .'" " THE SE1 HnOIlE. er Ouiokest Route from Oen tral Knntiinlrw tn .11 irrr.L ' East, West and 8outhweat. flrst-cla- sa LEXIGTO. m b.ilu . 1iiiIMiiw .7. Arr. Iteres l.lvliuslon.. . " NOBTa-llODB- Itwwland Lvo, UlctiiuoiiJ... 6 09pm, ...... OOaw 2 Oi m 3 30 p lil ., . Not. II, 1SSI Ho. II , -- BY I have tried Itrailtleld's rnaale Itegulator, and find It ftp Uudld, and all you claim for It. No. 3 CO 8 a m No. I ;uniK A. Lowk. pre-onto- Due Wist, 8. C, Not. 17. ISI. i i, .. ii.nl nna bottle of Tour Feiusie Kcular nnd run recommend It to the public as LcIds a spe cific Sir the diseases of women. " llerra Arr. Illchibond ... Lvo. llowlaud Arr. Richmond .... Arr. UliirliMUtr Lve. Livingston .... II I, .10 72 ll a CO am ml ..., " Lineaittr '. 7 l.l am ... ., 3 03 a ui ... II am Yours truly, Hkstiis bjiiiii. 11. 1931. A" USING regl-ene- nt I'-- $20,-01- can-ttaen- s, ... 7 23 a Smlthland.Ttxas, Not. Lto Paris 8 20 a t i.... ijvn iikin Timr Female l'.fiiulator anl " Cyuthlana 8 83 n " 1'almouth 9 35 a great medicine. Hare recommended is think It a 80a toaeTeralolmyfilcuds, who hare used It with Arr. Covington mot t happy results. JIAVUVULK . Lve. 1 f' Islington 7 05 a w 8 CS a iu 2 2J a ml 3 A . m i t 4() n ,D" m s SO p m m 3 S3 p m ml 4 4- , m ml 6 oo i in 23 pm 20 pm SI pm 57 pm 45 jui Yours truly, V. M. Wiuilbv. llltA.XJIf. , can-iteo- , Ayer's Hair Vigor, -- WiaterTlIle. Texas, Not. 11, 1331. your Fnaalo llcgubtor with great UaWn auccem, and also Iho Mother's Frleud with the Lve Covington- :: "..: samo result, I send you my thanks and best wishes. 1 thluk every fciuulo should know of this ArrMiiie;;L"u;g;z::::.:::::r; ' Carllil.... toon to woman, namely: Uradficld'a Female IUu laW and the Mother's Friend. Mavivlll. Mrs.JiwKsTiioKrsoN. Rospectlully, NOSTll-lioUN- ul 'Ex. 8uu. Ex. bun. ps-ri Dally D!ly ,;" siii , V, nn' 5 I !, '" ; ;I ? m V? pPs 1' p m P Ul 60 n m 5 Z 7 I ? m' ra ?! Linton, Ga., Not. 10, 1831. HOCTII-BottV- havo been using yourFemale Regulator for some time with the boat of results, and tlndlt to bo Just best friend. what you claim for Mrs. W. L. IIkates. Kcspettiully, I pDIJy 8 .! No. Si rnm. Ex. bun m KoToT" Daily Ltb Maysvllle. " Johmnn - fnrll.t. -,i .v."i1;;;,;- 1 a iu 2 1127 a mi S ol nlno-tenth- 1 We tare amstautly receiving' such voluntary Arr I'a " "" . "' .. .1 i :? S? . i ! 28 p in P pm ?spm song-tslro- ss SBd mailed free. o fur our Treatlso on the Dlswies of Women, Address . BaatriELii ltKounTon Co.. Atlanta.-OaM. L. KOUUSUi Stanford, Ky. Tut imU y Dll. l,nTK..Trnlri. n nn.l f clPslerr Uxin'gton an,. 7ii ." De$irableResidence and-euds- ftKT;rfcOl..1 t)7 itsailiilrl I... i Nl rti' Ok- rci ti tl UtUttttttth te4 a lj ul thtt .$ ic , lA f aro dally except Sunday. Direct conn, dloiis sro niado at Winchester tih Chesantake A Ohio for Mt. Huntngton, Cbarleston, W. Va.', c5t. Cov TWxl Zl .. ."jMS ui t h tf Holld Train,; whhVullman d T.hroV.CB H. Vut T.ftiA V9 4 .i i i . S.logCrl;; clucked ta . il I it iJoji. v.M aDula'jU.rS KIU ufc. a. l. mini. .ns ntujCiaelr.U). Ohla. tli G pia' ttw ii t til 1 (4 in mi in 1 I i M-l- ZsSxt&rV .U B.JIrt.rf AbmI, lovinzton. ' Kv. C.W.SMITH t.Tassengrr U. MOllhK, on rfiehed by "f1"'! nd baapo , railroad. it, W. 11. WI11TTI raii-- "' T TrV. ivt.eiuo. ' fffi 7 ?" ""