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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885102301 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. emt 0 wttkm VOL. XIV. rictiirctiiuo of TniTel ftccnoi Out of tlin Usiirtl IJno Hisclenilas of tlio Vnllcy of tlio rormi Stock In Trail e. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY first-clap- nUfm OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. ld & ($mM?M? E. D. KENNEDY 4 v NO. 67. STANFORD, ICY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1885. Bruce i Lee tdiipped this week to Hudson, Martin & Co., New Orleans, a car s load of sugar miller. Mr. Evan Warren will shortly go to Atlanta to live, having obtained employment with Redd A Cox, livery men of that city. Mies Belle Hughes will shoitly remove he millinery establishment to RubpcI'h store room on Main street, formerly occupied by the Stetm Laundry. Mr. Andrcv G. Whitley ou Wednesday bought at public sale the tine farm of Mrs. Bailie J. Bright at $31.55 per acre Thero nro 303 acres in tho tract. at -J- ason Blackety was tried Tuesday Junction City for shooting Mirsjah How-sey and held In $200 bond for further trial. Unable fo give bond he was committed to 1 It a CsnJIdatefor Assessor, sulject to the action ol Lancaster W, J. Lojd boiiuht of W. C Montgom-er- j the Democratic pirtr. a trolling colt for $150 f'ubifahoit Tucmlava ntitl GEOItUE S. CARPENTER Mrs. M. V. Tablcr & Miss Ella Smiley The charter of thn Msfonio lodge of 1 HaTe formed a partnership and can hereafter bo Mexican Cor. New York Bun thin place will he surrendered at the meet- Is a Caouldste for Coanty Clerk, sulject to the ac- found on the H. W. corner of Mala and Drnot tU,, On tho dlvido wo are 10,000 foot nbovo tho tion of tbe Democracy. where ther will keep on ham) a full line of seasonANNUM Ba.OO sea. Now look back on tho vast vnlloy. ing of the Grand Lodge now in session at able Millinery and be prepared to do dreu-fittiEvery dotall Is lost. Thoro Is only a groat uu uianiDg on anon nonce, rctronage solicited. Louisville. Wsanpsld strictly In adrance. I( e bass to swoop of ;rcon, thinly vollod horo anil thoro J. M. JOnNSON In deference to Mr. Geo. Hardin, the Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln by ttronks of mitt, shading into purplo and county, subwilt any time. 83. BO will be charged. blue. How wldo tho outlook 1st It scorns mail agent on the K C , we wish to eay ject to the action ol the Democracy. TO limit Is endless, bocauso tho furthor it was the official on the L. & N. who OF sky, and n long way from tho V. P. WALTON. WILLIS O. BARNETT failed to put off the mail for this place It U, soventy-llvmlloi, as tho crow lllos, to MoKINNEY AND VICINITY. last Saturday and not Mr. Hardin. tho famous volcanoes, only vlslblo now at Is a Candidate lor the office of Jailer of Lincoln their snowy tops catch tho sun, and with i am receiving a handtonielloeof Elder Montgompry U conducting a re- county, sulject to primary election of the Democratic party. diillculty distinguishable from tho cloud FORTUNE-FAVOREvival at Antioch church, in this county, FALL & WINTER MILLINERY, crosts behind. From our lofty vnntago Which I Invite the ladles ol McStnney and vicinwhich is proving highly successful. Saver- ground wo command two valley. This to T.D.NEWLAND ity to call and examine. Also a nice line of Veltbo westwnrd It tho valloy of tho Lorma, al auitions to the church are reported and Is a candidate for vets and Kllibonain latest atyhs (or drcses. HOW JOHN JACOB ASTOR LAID THE Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub 63Respectfully, Jim. 31. V. TAllT.Elt. one of tho longost of tho Sloxlcau rivers, ject to the actlonof the democracy conaioeraoie interest is being awakened. FOUNDATION OF HIS WEALTH. by ltt own lofty poak, tho oxtlnct dominated 'Mr ' "tire from the " volcano of Nevada do Toluco. At tuo train PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSIC, Ac W. L. DAWSON winds In and out among tho pluo covorod J"? firm of Lillard, Weat & Co. this week. A ns an IuTcslor Uouniuis MisrUey (lrit of ono nnd thou hlll, catching glunpsus The business will ba continued under the Is a candidate for Jailer ol Lincoln County, tub' We are agents for the old and rellahlo John l'ortuimtn Permit Mrs. Mackey'a of tho other valloy, ouo nootls to koop ills jjjf Ject to the action of tho Democratic party. Church Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio, (or the sale of Pibearings well to know which for tho momont Following the illustrious example of i firfm nilino of E. W. Lillard & Co. Mr-hi- s anos. Organs, Automatic Musical Instruments and Annual Ksponilltures In J'urli Musical Merchsndlso In Lincoln and Garrard lies beneath him. Tho Old Mmi Talks. next door neighbor, P. A. Mark, Mr. West has been licenced by the Baptist counties, Kentucky. Jlontlilu 1'aumcntn SAM. Tlio descont into tho valley of tlio Iirma church and will devote his time to that Is a candidate for M. OWENS paid for. The bent Htantlartl V. B. Holmes is having tho outside of his Jailer of Lincoln county, sub- received until wm. KnabeA Co., Hazelton Bros., It ovon mora dollghtful than tho ascent from tmtUc.rn: ject to tbe action of the Democratic party. calling Now York Graphic J Decker A Bon. L'rcrett and New England PI anos. SIoxlco. Tho prospect Is not perhaps so grocery store on 'Main street painted and either upright or square. In Organs, the followW. 8. Beszley bought of G. T. Hig- Bpoatrinc of John Jacob Astor tho first, I can comprehensive, but ono dropt down moro penciled; n makers: Clough it Warren, John ing . B. CARPENTER ginbotham 20 extra feeding cattle at A. not help realizing tho momory of convorsn-tloabruptly and soot things more distinctly. Church d Co, and the Sterling, with tho patent D, S. Maxwell, an old citizen of Mr. hliu and my At Intervals of our long spins around mulo I linvo hoari Lotss-ooHpUh Attachment, They averaged 1,185 pounds. Rout & Kem Is a Candidate for as County Attorney, Cifinc The CWesfeou.an Automatic Musical Infather when I was i bojr. shoo curves cut In tho faco of the mountain, Boyle county, died Monday evening nt his subject to the action of the Democratic paity. strument, toe most perfect in tbe world. s of hogs nt3 said tho old man, "that I in the course of which we almost completely residence, from a complication of diseases. per bought several "People think," Illustrated catalogues sent tree lo all who apply, havo had an oasy tlmo of It, but that'i a enclrclod two old towns so closo that we lo3L J. W. Denny bought of Walter Denalso the best references from those who have R. C. WARREN strugglo, could fairly mo down Into tho court yards Tbo interment took place Tuesday evening ny's heirs n tract of 22G bought and tried any of tbe above musical Instrumistake. Sly early Ufa was a hard acres of land on ments. Address us at Stanford, Ky. and even my own brother rofuioi to lend of the houses. Tho oyo took In an lmmoiuo at Lebanon. Is a Candidate lor to the office of ComDix River nt $0,102. S. 11. & Jj. 3. COOJl. me money. " monwealth's Attorney ol tbe 8th Judicial D!j. stretch of valley, cultivated to iU full The meeting at the Walnut M. E. Mr. Sam Mi Peacock has resigned his trlct, subject to tbe action of the Democrac y. Tbli brother was a butchor named Honry, capacity, markod off with rows of maguoy Church still continues. Ltrge congrega protty stall off, with a itall In tho Daro or century plauU, and alternating In plants position with Geo. D, Burdett & Cx, and is manifestmarket or near market at It got to bo of rod noil, freshly tlllod, and In groon and tiocs attend and great interest is LEE being initiated into tho mysteries of the afterward called and writhed undor John yellow blocks of grain. Tho wholo city of ed. Dr. II. O. Morrison, lale of Louisvil 8TJIIGJEON JiJISftlMT. e. STANFORD, KY. Miss Jessie Hemphill, of Jacob' borrowings. One day, when tho whlcl' wo now got, with oach oivulng of tbo assisted by Bev. E II. Pearco, conducts the bovs rlwoath,1.1? u,n 8trMti tw to him for J300, Henry fald: hills, adittlncter viow, is Toluca. Tho rldo is visiting Miss Mamie Olds. latter wont Myers Hotel: Puro Nitrons Oxids Gas admtnlstored when re"John. I'll willingly glvo you 1100 If you ovor tho mountains in tho intervals services. uapt. Alike Halter has gone on duty ns quired. E. H. BURNSIDE, just The authorities at Washington hwe prospocti broader tho will promise me that you will never comoto where M. T. distillery. wild and ifstied a patent to W. II. Bowman, of this guager nt Herring's Is off, aro cut described, me again to borrow." Dli. W. B. PENNY. You In "1 clewed with the offer at once, and took oxtreme. tho plcturesquo recently invented Wame has returned to his home at Easton, Woll - Known This Old place, for the tho money," tald Astor, laughing heartily. pin around curves anil up end down grados BTANFORD, KENTUCKY. Maintains its opinion of everyone who Pa. A little by nt Mr. Wm.Hiatt's, one I havo hoard bltn toll how he got hit tint which woulU bo utterly impracucauio wuu by him. It is the OQco on Lancaster street, rext door to Iicts-mo- b High tart In life. He kept hli itoro In Pock Blip, ony but n narrow gauge, with nny englno has reen this invention that it must event- at Dr. Mays', one at W. O. Rigney's, a Journal office. Office 12 i. daughter at Sam Finnell'u and one at R M. and I to S r. u. Anestheticshours from 8 to when AND and thero bought fun, almost any that were but ono oil driving wheels and tho host administered ually come into general use. nocoeaary. .) offered him, until ho bad a stock packed equipment. You plun.o Into a tunIts Proprietor it Determined that Medical Asso A, BurnsideV, are among the latest arrivThe Central Kentucky away that be could not realize oil What to nel only to shoot out over a spldory Iron als in the city. Mr. Todd Scott ia now it Shall ho (Second to no Country do he did not know, but consulting with hit brldgo in a way to liko n leap into tho air as ciation met at the Clemens Houto nt 10 FOR SAEE, Hotel in the State in its Pare, traveling for the Fall City Tobacco Wareeverything, to startlo you. wife, at In alwayt did about o'clock Wednesday morning with Dr. W. Appointments, or AttenLongroat haciIn tlio valloy of tho Lorin& aro Louisville. tho conclusion wat that ho should go to A tion to Comfort of Webb, of Bryantsville, in the chair and house, of d don and Mil thorn hluiMlt, This wat carried enda, with nrchod gateways and their Gaestt. hit roofs, and projecting rlllo towort at tho cor-ne- Dr. J. C. Ibcle at his post as secretary. The latest postal law decision is to the On DanTllle street, In Jacob carried John and out, Stanford. The lot contains You mny bo About 20 delegates were present. veritable fortrono. fun to IxHidon and in ado a good thing effect that publishers of newspapers can, two acres and has on It a comfortable dwelling, usxirage nlllbe conveyed to and from the de uiuic, niwunuw, lorn mo, of it While thero, and wandering ovor tho turo the wealthy don who owns It, hat a spienaiu cistern tree of chargt. Special accommodations Mrs. Mary Bowman, local agent for the underthe-law- , arrest any man for fraud and a huge number of fruit anda ornamen tal trees groat city, he camo across what wai known vaualagu like a feudal lord and vast Hocks, to Commercial Travelers. The Bar will of who takes a piper and refuees uto pay for This Is one of the most desirable residences In the MU tho markot nt Southern Preebyterian Areurance Fund always supplied wltn tbe choicest as the Ivsst India House or Compiny, and and that whon ho place. Tor terms and further particulars, applv to brands of Liquors and Cigars. recognized a tiamo at chlof of It at ono Toluca, ho wears a sombrero covorod with Louisville, has just paid to the heirs of tho it. Under this law it is a dangerous trick Stinford. JOIIX JI. I'll Ho sought him and found a gold or silver laco, and a full pint of tllvor late Allen Cook the sum of $1,000, amount for a man to allow his subscription amount familiar. g In buttons down tho outer seam of hit schoolmats In his native pines Cook a lo run on from six months to a year and a bmochos, and has a hoavlly chasod of two policies taken out by Mr. FINE LINCOLN FARMS Oernnny. Hli schoolmito did not rehoavlly pudiate him, but trlod to do everything revolver at either hip. Hi benrskln-cov-ero- and short time before he was stricken with the half unpaid, and then tell the postmaster FOR SALE ! ho could to make Astur fool ,mt ho wautod richly caparisonod hone with mark it "refused,'' or to send the editor a illners which ultimately proved fatal. trappings is -- WHENflanks and to servo him, on 1, among tho rest whon ho We offer for sale two of the best Farms In Lincoln Mr. J. II. Davis has invented a sosp postal card to discontinue tbe paper. was lenvlng guve him a permit for a thlp not lest gorgeous than hlmsolf. county, Ky. Both lie 3 miles from IIus is Muhlenberg Echo. and tonvllle, on the MIddleburg pike. My destlnntlun on this trip was a llttloold which he calls Divis' Magic Sol to trail o in the China teas. John Jacob town In tho mountains, Imck from tho rail laughed at tho gilt, but took it, and had almanufacturing it in the rear of E. . llus-eell- 'it Stovepipes can be cleaned by putting a No. 1 Contains 340 Acros, most forcotUm Its iKMvsulon, when ono day road, 100 mllot tfrom SIoxlco. Thoro havo store-rooon Main street. He eays tomethlng ho hoard mado him go to a len mines in and about l'l Oro sfneo boforo it can he retailed at 0 ceuls per pound and piece of zinc on tho coals of a hot tire. The Well watered, fenced and Improred. We will sell out named Llvermoro and proptwo that tho oonquott, so that It it a settled communvapor produced carries oil the soot by 200 acres It. of the heart of It, or 275 acres or the whole ol he And capital to fit out a ship and uo tho ity, with Inherited notions of Its own. Ono claims that it will cleanse clothes with very chemical decomposition. donkeys in tho streets, litt'o labor and with no injury to the most permit, nnd th.y ihould tharo tlw result sees panler-lade- u No. 2 Contains 140 Acres, Llvermore, at lint rejecting the proposal, womou coming and going with jars on tholr delicate fabric. H. A. HALE, Principal, Many English farmers practice shearing Well Improved, fenced and watered, lying Just nfterstard accepted It, and the voyago wat heads to the ol 1 fountain In tho plaza, and Mr. Richard Cox and Miss Msry E. their early lambs in mineummer, and claim across tbe pike from No. 1. Both Farms are nearly successfully undertaken, and from It Astor the pigs enjoy tho froedom of tlio town. all In grass and both nro sightly and productive reallzsd $.V),000. Then ho took tho permit Thero 1 neither hotel nor Inn. Why should Ward were married Tuesday evening nt that a great growth of carcass is obtained Terms easy. J.J.MiHVE, voimI hlmiolf and laid tho thero bo! Tbo natlvot nevor go anysvhore, and tltiol out a JOS. COFFEY.Ky. e by County Judge Lee. Tho thereby. Hustonrllle, fortune, John why ihould anybody como to thorn I Of tho the court-housfoundation of hli ouormoui not abovo a groom is a blind man and may be seen ho owed his sucShort-Han- d 3,000 ostlraatod population, When there is a crack in the stove it can Jacob nnvor denied that cess In a largo inotuuro to tho fact that ho score, I dare say, havo ovor beon fifty miles plsying the fiddle on county court days in be mended by mixing ashes nnd salt with I from homo. Is khadod by tall The plaza alwayt consulted with hU wife, whom surrounding counties. Miss Ward water Detroit Post. l, practical gum or eucalyptus troos. such as you teo this and retnemW as a is a daughter of Gatewood Ward, who lives every hero iu SIoxlco. For yeari tho woman. The ties for the railroads of America rehave laborol in tbo shafts and tunnels on Ward's Branch, this county. When needing anything In the line of Musiiulturs, Killing llnby Trout. and ipr years, on ounaays, mo inaiaus on fow quire nearly 17,000 acres of woodland each Mi. Isaac Lyons will leave in a IChlcaifo Tribune J Wall Paper Decorations, Faints, oils, tho hills an 1 haciendas about have brought seek relief for year. Tho current number of Bclouco contains their tup) Hot and hold markot In tho pluza. days for Hot Springs to Varnishes, "Window Glass, and flways Look at Both Ends. Ono of those markets is a quaint spoctaclo. rheumatism. Nearly every one visiting the a letter from Sir. C. IL Murray to Trofowwr Painters' Supplies Oener ho saw un ler tho Nothing in SIoxlco has Beomod to mo moro 8rring3 from this vicinity has returnee Halrd, docrlblng what ally, skirting a shallow i)lcturonue anil moro sutjgettlvo of tho con shade of somo willow better. Mr. Henry U Sind-ife- r This li an apple, large and round, placo In a crook In tho Gunnison valley, ditions of tho Slexlcan social proUom. Tbo cared or much That-- is absent in Louisville, a delegate to A small twann of musiiultoo Colorado. At the top of tho barrel always found. Indians begin to pour in from all diroctlous A. E. Gibbous, il St., Danville, wat circling over tho water, whom some with tho llrst light, somo, Indeed, to sacuro iho nmml Manonlc Lodce now in session. mountain-trou- t wero readily favorablo locations, havo campad on tho Mr. Frank Gilcher, another member of the hss a full, fresh and brtnl Near tbe P.very few mlnutos tho taby t.poU whore you find them. Whan I ardlscentlblo. This Is the apple small and mean, new stock ol all the above goods, which he trout would rlvs to tho turfaco of tho water, rived, at 0 o'clock the day I attendod, 300 or Dinville Lodge, is also in attendance. Always at tbe lot torn seen. proposes to dispose ol at the and romain thero an Instant, with tho tip 400 persons woro already nawmblod, wated On Monday as Mrs. W. B. Moore and of tho ho ad oxposJ. A mutipilto would at about In rows on tho bard flagging with her little boy wero crossing the railroad I met tho girl of tbe . onco alight upon tho shining spot, and their wares spread out boforo them. It And gently took her CJ5" of her husfarm That can bo made outside or InslJc the cities. transfix tho trout by Intortlng its proboscis, was a pleasing picture, with Its sotting of track which separates the I thought I'd pop the ? Dealing exclusively in tbe above line, you can nnd nn ap apof her father-in-lawhitewash! adobat, tho band from that low, or bill, Into tho brain cf tho llsh, which at his store a better assortment to select from at But I didn't havo tho SI. Louisville & Nashville R. R. more satisfactory prices than elsewhere, animation, nnd tU plenltudu prosching train so frightened the horse she goueral parently was completely paralyzad nnd i gay robosai and zoruixH, to oscipj. Tho porMCUtor would not of color, Bucklen's Arnica Salve. the hug Window Glass, Mixed Paints and Fine black hair, and wf s driving that he ran away with relax 1U grip, but, holding its victim ni lit swarthy kkln, glo-- y TUG GHUAT- The Beit Salre In the world lor Cuts, Bruises Varmsues a Speoialty. n vice, would extract nil tho vital julcoi bright eyes. Tho Indian, with his Span-M- i gy and overturned it. Mrs, Moore and Soros, Salt Bhcum, FeTor Sores, Tetter, Chapped ndmtxturc, Is not ill looklug, an Juan, the child were both serioualy bruised Hands, Bulldprs' Paper constantly on hand. from tho trout's body. Whon this was Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Hruptlons, A Csrpets and d trial U solicited and satisfaction Is sure to fol- THROUGH TRUNK tho doad trout woull turn over in Ills whito cotton, sandals, and -- a. . ojimoxs, neither the horee nor bugpy were or no pay required. I, low, and positively cures Piles, straw lint nnd zernp carried but en hn back mil float down tho stroam. t Third blreet, Danville, Ky. li guaranteed to give perfect rntlsfjctlon, or money obwrvjr wltnoised the murder of jauntily on hit arm, and Uiucln in her Tho per bos. For sale by TO T1IK twenty tr.'ut In this iwinuer in tho course slnglo khoit gown, girdled at tho waist, with The Lexington Convocation of the refunded. Price 2J cents c f half nu hour. bust nnd shoulder IndilTeroutly covered, Protestant Epifcopal church assembled at Penny A Mc.Vllstor. both potass points of bauty fcr tho nrllst Monday eve IJAaf Can Be Done ? A I.tttlo "MuellnsH" Amendment. A low hum Trinity church in this place whose oyo Is not too exactiuz:. St Paul Ploueor Press I By trying ngaln nnd keeping up courago many of converntioii tills tho air From half a ning at 7 o'clock. The opening eermon was seemingly Imposslbls may bo attained. WITH liirly legislation in Sllnnoiotn was not en- dozen Ilroi smoke find fumos ascend from by Bev. E. II. Ward, cf Lexing-in- things Hundreds cf hopeless cases ol Kidney nnd Liver tirely wnnt'lig In amnlng or novel feat- cauldrons In which lard is being fried out, preached Surgeon, Physician Other delegates preeeut were Beve. Complaint have bwn cured by Llcctrlc Bitters, ures. A number of tho houw, still living, and u cloud of chaif surrounds tho po Idlers Pullman Palace Sleepers, was a mombor of tho engrossing oommlttoo, of mnlze, busy winnowing tholr grain by H. II. Snetd, Mt. Sterling; K. E. Grubb, after everything clso had been tried In vain. So nnd finding a bill In which ho was persontoelng It into tho nir in tho intervals of Lexinglor; E. II. Shcppetd, Richmond; A. don't think there Is no euro for you, but try Elec- Offioe on 4th St., - - Danville, Ky. ally interested, drew nn nmondinont ma- trade. Umbrellas aw oxtemprrire of mat', W.G. McCrea-dy- , tric Bitters. There Is no medicine so safe, so puro IiOUlBVillU terially changing Its provisions and at- and tho dealers in fuiblo wepts protect G. DCarsey, Harrodeburc; and to perfect a Blood Purifier. Electric Bitters to Ntislivlllo, Versailles E. A. Penick, Frankfort, will euro Dyipeptla, Diabetes nnd nil Diseases of tached it to the bill without notifying any their wnroi from tho &un by iitllulng their SICUiplllB1 of his nssuclnto. ''H. V. Nj. " was for nwnings. and S. S. Penlz, DAnville. Mr. Welling the Kidneys. Invaluable In affections of Stomsch rilen nutl Fistula I'eriecllj' wris Cured. baclc a correctly ongros.o.1, but thero aro, of couno, nnd greens In ton Harlan, of Harrodsbtirg, wai proccnt ns and Llvor, and OTercomo all Urinary Difficulties. Fruits Atlanta, mombor who ssns also personally in- oudlesi variety. Red pottery, tiddly ornaLargo Bottles only SO tents a bottlo at Penny A Montgomery, lay delegate. The Convocation will reterested, detected tho tinnuthoritol liitorio-latloMcAllster. mented iu black deigns; hu;o water jugi a Hoclf, and, rushing up to tho bland culprit, and pitchers that would make decorators of main in session until Sunday evening next, No Knifo, Ligaturo or Caustic Excitement in Texas. oxclaltnod: "What doos this moan I That draln-tilbuoincaa of intersick with envy; their oarthonduring which time much TJsod. Mobile and XeT Orleans. tho Great excitement has been earned in the viciniclauso win not In whon tho bill woro tortillas griddlos, tsso ftotludiametor, will be transacted, ty of Paris, Texas, by tbe remarkable recovery cf hou se." Tho urlntio comuilttcemati replied that ro'ouud to blows like Ei'"SS platu, est to the church without a blush: 'On, I put that In. It U threo for a centavo; pitchjrt two nnd grld-Jlo- s Mr. J. E. Corley, who was so helpless he could not little mucilago nothing but ono of thoso An exchange nays that a folded news- turn In bed, or rnlsohls bead; escryludy said he Treatment Mild, No Detention From Only one change bTptftilstn for a tlnco ono one, resiK'ctlvely, anyninondmanH, nnl it don't nmouut to small was dying of Consumption. A trial bottle ot Dr. Business, might till his pantry sholve for a shilling. paper placed under the coat in the thing." hllllng ho coull buy a lava of the bsck ia an excellent substitute for King's New Dlecovcry was sent him. Finding reFor nnnther SometlilnjC frolic About II tin. .tone mutate, an I thus bo tho possessor of an overcoat. Now ie tho time to mibjcribe. lief, he bought a largo bottle and a box of (Texas Slftlngi Life Pills, and by tbe tlmo he had Curo Certain ami his own gristmill ; and still nuotbor (.hilling Permanent. Xo of a Toxrs pa nor Tlio oJltor-ln-chltaken two boxes of Pills nnd two boxes ol the Dls would commnud mats to sit and sleop on. -- TEvansville Argus. Cure, Xo Pny. tho biuluoss iiinungor: really prominent mem- corery he was well and had gained In flesh to Here are toys and baskets, tho latter -- Napoleon Wallace, a "That now roporter cooini to bo an Indus pounds. Trial bottles ot this Great Discovline; chickens In coops nnd turkey tethered southern part of Green Becking homes on tbe line of this road will recelra man, Uj Is n ruitlor, turo by strings tied to a leg nnd hold iu tho own- ber of socWty iu the trious sort of a ery for Costumptlon freo at Penny A Mc A lister's. special rates. Thomp-sop- , the wife of Sam BUOllgll." Special Attention also Given to Chroner's hand. Thero nro moat, nnd hides nnd cjunty, eloped with wife and Positive Cure for Piles. eSco Agents of this Company lor rates, routes but thero. Is something wvlid and hnthor, nnd uocnl of nrtialot of which I a neighbor. Wallace left a ic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, Ac, or write To the peopled this county we would say that itrmigo about him. Thoro Ij a mystory did not know tho unmet nnd could not con- eeveral children, and Mrs. Thompson a C. P. ATMORE, O. P. AT. A., about that young man which I cannot jecture tho me. Ono lunrvola at tho posI-bi- o LouIstIUo, Ky. Wal- we have been given the Agincy of Dr. Marcblsl's As well as all Diseases peculiar to Women. demand for thoo old keys, old pictures, family of four. Just before leaving guaranteed fathom." Italian Pile surodd nondescript tit tides of nlUoits, "What do you meanf lace had been to church, where a revival to euro or money refunded Internal, External, Dr. N. can be consulted free Charges moderate heirlooms, mny lw, "Ho it tho tint reporter I havo ovor roon vivals from old Hpalu, tho owners' need. was hi progrtes, and prayed in public. Blind Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price 50o a box. of thargonnd will be tutind at his office at all to bo acritlad next tbreo months not ask to havo somo of hU salary about to of tlio trado Is of proportions detimes who did tho Porsaloby Penny A McAllster, Druggists. I.lttlo sdvaucod to him boforo It wot duo. Thoro manding nught but coppers, and to chnngo -- Craig Tolllvcr, the Rowan county desBy permission he refers to the following genthat young a la something croolud about of rob piece the nnHonal dime Daughters, Wives anil Mothers. perado, was acquitted nt Cincinnati tlemen. J. H. Ilosley, (. A. Lackey, S. Irwin, man." would break ulmost any dealer, tor moro Stsnford, Ky.; Judge O. P. Lee, Tom Murnhy, W. The scamp We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marcblsl's sold, only binghis mother-in-law- . things will bo carriol aay turn P. Temple, John M. Sroouamore, faliu Cook, Dana Temale Itemedy, t cure Female DIs is only a part of beauty; sent his compliments to Qov. Tllle, Ky.j Hot. J. A. Bogle, Hii'totiTllle: II. O. to appear ngasi ou successive morkot days. eases, such as Ovarian troubles, Inllsmnutlonand Sutton, J. S. Itoblnton, Lancaster. Ky.; T'hos. H. nt nil day tellow I obervod, Ona strwig At Iho Gate. ho urjuttly holJa pwlly Every lady Ky.; j. a. but it is a part. Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or bearing Walker, u. u. enrtsman. KlricsTiue, behind six puny b.intuvu, which nil night K'nott, whom blio ifiikUl;)' Daniel, McKln-neronininetl uns Td, and tlvo small plecei of for bin nrreat and extradition to down felling, Irreguhrltles, Barrenness, Change ol Johnson, IlryantsTllle, Ky.; J P. Ky , may have it ; at least, what AV " on In kl- w c h, nltrM we you s- Ky.; (1 J Ilosley, Lebanon, lito. Lewlime ecu.!. luted unoHur'acoatrlbntiontotho ho awaited orders for him Llfe.Lciichorrhoea, beside many weakiieMesiprlug-Ingfroi- u is, OnmpbellSTllle, Ky.; A. A. Mediums, Itonllni; I nit )f riuM uiS fi.i.l.ui u)i un Magnolia looks like it. murket's pp irtunitios for tralllo. Twenty-liv- e O .lo, and said the nbove, like Hcndacho, Bloating, bpl-n- (ireon, Ky.; Oeo, Bnlun, Judge J W. Hughes, enough, weuld have bousut ,o Bland trial in Indiana, Illinois or dfllnw, like Nervous Debility, UarrodsbuK, Ky.; C. C. Abuiuate, McAfee, Ky. Weakness, Slesplessucss, Balm both freshens aricl? as his owji price In tlio out evory denier at but hoped, as he vras s poor I t iiviine, oreiirty)Hikanvbtst wbn'. is rlh be so ouy Palpitation ofthe Heart, Ac. For rnlo by Drugwhi le market; but it would first be beautifies. II it' I mrnnt noolID, weary I HKiire j"U (luml n eh'! gists. PrleasSl and SI SO rer bottle. Send to Dr. to conjecture how many miles of coming Job's turkey, that he would marJwfourvlonninat Oeo.P. THICi Lack cirriago over hot dusty ronds. or two in Ken- J It. Marehlil, Utlcs, N. Y., far pamphlet, free. Nrnvwp-- r I IllO rttrfcll Howell & fo's to spend a year felHfdimiH'Hnllv). nnd going, an I how many hairs of puttoiit Hureaut.0nnii.U.i. (!;.? .pit-."- ' r sale by Penny A MA hster. DrugfUts. contracts may bo made tor it IN M.W OItlU iituuslrv. were reproioutod by thoo humble tucky. ( w i.a. wM i u ViUlO.s waatui Millinery afid Dress Making! XElt C2-- tf lo TUB LAUIKS o D. -t " m car-load- 37-l- yr Post-offic- Nich-olaavill- e, I MYERS HOTEL, imiLu IontIt. STANFORD. KY. Fropr and Hotel Still Reputation, nlr-bra- 1151-lyr- rod-tllo- DesirableResidence rt 5C-l- ,, cloto-flttin- 2 d silver-mounte- d COMPETENT! rnor-cha- nt 61-l- Institute closr-hoalo- eo-p- ie LOUISVILLE, KY. h SHORT - HAND BY MAJLX. froih-batcho- d post-offic- e, Most Reasonable Figures L. &N. i un-ab- lo -- 1 broad-brlmmo- j-;- LINE 02-- Dr. E. J. Mckorson, SOUTH & WEST and n. 1 n little pad o iBmT Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS 1 tblr-ty-s- lx ", OlntiLent-cmphatlc- slly A Clear Skin A yj - 1 Call-brai- al nt ,, Scnu-tffiUirJtS93to- pI Stanford. Ky., October She has more murders and rapes than any county In the Uta'.e and more divorce suits have been granted fhere hi year than 23, JLS85 ought io have been in the whole State. The South Ktnludian sayB 31 couplea have Christian county is badly mis-name- GEO. O. BARNES. Pays a Loving Tribute to tho Late John C. Young. had their matrimonial bonds sundered "Praiso the Lord. God is Lovoand Nothsince January 1. We are afraid Meacbam ing .Eke." Is not doing his duty as a journalist or he The investigation of the charges against would teach bis people bitter morals. PnosrECT Point, Landour, N. IsdiAi Lux Sept. 12, 18S5.J Dr. Chenault, Superintendent of the HOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. ington Lunatic Ajylum, has cloed after did not write last Dear 1nterior:- -I A foot of Bnow covers the Michigan apparently developing tho fact that Dr. F. wpk because I could not. For the last mall the hills. audden O. Young has been at the bottom of the counterfeiter, waa brought us the sad news of the Atoozo Dr. proMCUtion?, not to tuy persecutions of C. Young. 1rti nf nnr dear John convicted in Louisville. Cbecault. A Comoiiaiioner told us that Sorrow -- especially when it conns with a A German shot a negro who had raped him-uethe Dr. had counted on the pssitioa room at Indianapo mighty shock claim, as of holy r'ght, a his sister, in tho Court and has ueter been Mtiefied with the certain period of silence. him down light- lis. effort of Goy. Knott to let Whether that "little while" is followed by Judge W. C. Miller, for years a leadly by giving him a commissioner's place. ing lawyer of Madison, died Wednesday r ashriek of agony or thecilm of holy trust, Daring the invtigtion, Commissioner, it has its domain, on which neither intwo years ot lunacy. to W. LiRue Thomss, refused to testify as A. M Waddell, a Louisville gambler, trudes. Dr. Youny's reputation, while one witnes, was fined $500 and given six months in After I had time to think with more or bad Mr. A. C Q lisenhjry, said tht "bo less quietness, the question cime: Shall Keno bank. jail for running a dearly loved been to Lnciter and talked to a number Millions of tquirrels are crossing the I notice the doath of this Dr. Young'd character of citizens, who give befriend at all? Shall I, if I mention it, igMies'ssppi river at a pplnt a few miles writo a , and j 1st for veracity a bal nam; and that he would low Memphis, from Mississippi to Arkan- nore facts, known to what he Or shall I, tenderly not bjlieve Young oa oth from mtmorianft loving In sas. heard." . Suits have been begun against Geo. B. recognizing what all are acquainted with, The Stanford Interior Journal an- Loricg, late Commissioner of Agriculture, speak boldly out what I believe, regardless of the anathemas of mere theologian', or nounce that it will have nothing more to and bis sureties for the recovery of as it haa found tho grave disapproval of g)od, but narrow do with advertising 0Rcnt, Erchango people, who judge all such ta'es from the ba frauds and cheats. With ft few them to Bests in the New York Stock honorable exceptions the Iiecoxl Ins found are now worth S23.000. The price has va platform of a stringent early Induing, and of them to be swindlers. We have long do ried during the past ten peara from $3,500 never dream that there is "auother side" Kentucky Press A eoc:aUon to 533,000. this question. sired that the At tho risk of "casting pearls before hold a strictly buainesa meeting to conaidcr S. N Hodges, one of the temperance .tad provide case, and of the displeasthe interest of the publishers, converts at Frankfort, died of convulsions, awlne" in tho one the wifldIin8 ad" owing to tho sudden shutting off of hia ure of many whom I would not willingly means to guard KainBl ofleud.I have decided to take the latter vertising agents, b well as to compare whisky supply. who care methods of doing business, etc. The meetC. T. coarse for the sake of dear soula Stuart Allen, eldest eon of Capt. devoted to eattheology, but whose hearts are for ings heretofore have been Ailed, editor of the Princeton Itonner, has little will ing snd drinkinc. We trust that some been appointed to a cadetship at West aching for the comfort that Truth briny; if only they can so far break publishers of this State will realday the by Congressman S:one. busi- Point cruel boundaries of a faltc view of ize the benefits to be derived from a Tbere is a shadowy sort of rumor that over the to thoso held in other God as once to enjoy it. ness meeting similar Rofcoe Conkling is to once more mount our drinking allowed, and none For the most part, the newspapers, actStates, with no political Btump in behalf of the Record. the raging ing on the general motto "De mortuis nil but members admitted.-Nele- on republican ticket in New York. Vonum," have noticed the startling All in favor of swapping John Sher- nisi Mahone is making a mighty effort in of my dear friend with becoming reman for a hyena and killing the hyena will death Virginia to secure a legislature that will touching eoine of the sad facts in and if the demccrats sav "Ave." Tooe opposing will Bay ''No." reticence turn him to the 8enate the case. And this does honor to the Dispatch. may The ayes have it. Richmond are not on guard at every point, he editors, who are not willing to Ten persons lost their Uvea in tne col- hearta of the slip up on thorn. He is smart, tricky and wound the living over the unconscious caus unscrupulous and knows how to place the lision on the Pennsylvania Railroad dead. God reward them for this gentle ch fund he has received from ed by the carelessness of the large corruption man Northern republican!, where it rill do him er, who is now in jail charged with Some, I am sorry to Bay, have not been any doubt slaughter. the most good. There is hardly God forgive them for pen-n!so thoughtful. Mr. J. Soule Smith, "Falcon" of the about the election of Gen. Fitzhugh Lee, wnrd that could tear opan bleed- of the King but that will bs but poor recompenee for limes, waa eleoteJ Grand wounds, unless they did it with tears of In addition to Grand Chapter of Royal Arcb. Masons of ing loss of the legislature. the pity and sorrow, under a strong pressure of money, Mahone is concentrating all of the the State of Kentucky. If. U. bandifer a sense of duty to the public they serve. inwas elected Grand Scribe best speakers of his party in VirginU, I will take quite different ground: not Tho renlt of the Ohio election remains cluding Senators Sherman, Gcff, Plumb clcnuence we For-ake- r officially undetermined The courts have Hmiifi he whoso voice of and Miller and Login, Governor-elec- t ahall not hear again, was my very dear aud Congressman Butterworth. It is been appealed to in Hamilton county to MtnA and brother: not becouse my heart a desperate game with Mahone and he is further delay matters and exemplify tho yearns to speak a word of comfort to the beauties of the Ohio fall style of politics. playing hia cards for all they are worth. dear ones in two shattered nnd sorrowing Bernard G. Witt, of Henderson, waa Malcolm Hay, who for a few months home: not even because I would fain have elected Grand Mister of the Masonic Orheld the position of First Aeistant Postmy dear friend' dcaih proye a lesson of Mr. James W. Hop under Mr. Vilas, died at der for Kentucky, and master General vlne to survivors: but far more, because nsr. eJitorof the Lebanon Stamford, Dep his his homo at Pittsburg, Tuesday of conthe character of the God and Father of our uty Grand Master and A. II. Shirley, Grand LORD Jesus Carist is in danger of being sumption. He was one of the democratic to Fiorida to investi- Senior Waden. misunderstood, aa it is oa bo many points. commissioners sent Eocene Belt, who married the widow frauds alleged in the Iliyes camPotent, therefore, as are the bounds of "the gate the Godfrey and afterwards learncJ of her esca threefold cord" mentioned, that might paign. He was a delegate to the naticnul 1SS0 nnd 1SS1, and pade with Concrcwman AcKhn, brought draw me into a defence of my dead, )et conventions in 1S7S, suit for divorce from her in Baltimore, but living, brother, the dear LORD'S claims at the latter was on the Committee of Resthe court dismijfed h:s uit and granted hiveb;en the real reason of my breaking olutions and framed the tariff plank of the supporter of her a divorce, with $10,000 alimony. silence over tho fresh earth that marks his platform. He was a strong convention, although hU Cleveland in the grave. RELIGIOUS. colleagues from his dietrict were friends of If then the words I write can reach a Rsv. A. S Moflett will preach at Crab single responsive heart, let me say that my Randall. Orchard next Sunday morning and even- thought now and ever about dear John In the rinh of business we omitted an ing. Young is this: He died sword in hand-defe- ated important item from our last iswe that R3V. A. S. Moffittand Jjmej Paxton yet victorious! of the arrival in the household of Mr. II have gone to Mt. Sterling to attend the I di'dain a discreet silence in thia matter. editor of the Williama-bur- g W. Newkirk, tho Synod. It is an insult to his memorv, and a disTimes, of "the handsomejt Rev. J. E Triplett will preach at honor to the Savior, to whom he wis so girl that has ever called a fond father from on next SibbitS at 11 A. M and 7 loyal. have gone inhis downy bed." Since your p M. I simply "speak what I do know," when of business, old fellow, here's to that kind Eider Mjntgomcrr is conducting a I proclaim "upon tho houe tops," that my hoping that you will soon be like the old succcsful meeting at Antioch Church dear friend waa "true s eteel"to the LORD woman that lived in the shoe, have 10 Lancaster News. wont know whit Jesus, whom he loved dearly and Mlowed many children that you Eld John Long, of the Christian loyally. Well for us all, if at life's close, do. to Church, is holding a meeting at Mt. as mucn may bo said of u. And I feel that I An unusual sight was witnessed at the which 'Squire M. 8. Bastin tells up, should ba cowardly false to him were I to Louisville Exposition Wednesday, that of had had aeveu additions to yesterday. Bpeak with bated breath of bis merits. or a race between traction engines. It was Roy. C. P. Williamson continues to conceding much to personal hardly as exciting as a "hoss" race to the preach to crowded audiences f.t the Christ- oven shako my head doubtfully, and bj average Rentuckian, because there were no ian church, which listen with the closest were to I Bilent aa to the moral feitures nf hi pools Bold on the event, bat it must have attention to bia eltquent presentations of death, as though tbo le th.it were been exhilerating to have seen those iron the truths of the gospel. He ia not one of better for his memory. horses moving around the track with their these sniflling christians, who teem to think eiid, the will tell you briefl dear reader, how I I jockeys pressing them to their fullest spetd that they must wear long faces and steer lnnk unon this ciuenched life overborne without the aid of whip or spur. ia a cheerful, clear of jokes and fun. but while struggling manfully. 1 believe it is The Frankfort Yeoman says in speaking happy man, pleased with hio Master Bnd nod' wav of lookinc at it. For I ask iny- of the election in Ohio: "We would in glad to do His service. Such men do good aelf, not doubtfully, it I "being evil" enn finitely prefer a stick to a republican." wberivcr they go and Mr. Williamson has so favorably regard dear J onn'a case, unGood. But those lines were not written by done much here out of the pulpit as well der the impulse of a human affection Col. Johnston, who recently preferred a as in. We have never met a preacher with pure, but feeble: "how much more" my a very odiom republican to a democrat, whom we have been bo thoroughly impress- God, who ia pure "Love and Nothing The additions during his meeting else he has experience! a change of heart, ed. Else! 'For even Ills glorious justice and eq feel like taking the erring numbered 10 to yesterday. that makes us uity are only different spellings ot His dibrother to our heart again and giving him vine LOVE. PAIN! LICK, GARRARD COUNTY. the right hand of fellowship. If then, I want to understand the meanGeorge and Littleton Rice are both in ing of His loving word or to fathom in any Louisville limes has increased its The telegraph et r?lc3 and added a column to a critical condition. wise the depth of nis loving rmrt, I go to Ojr farmers are all about done sowing the spirit within for an interpreter. He i each of ita pages, making it one of the largest aa it baa always been opo of the best, wheat and some of tbem have commenced "one of a thousand" Go 1 sent, God inif not the very best, afternoon papers ever cribbing their corn. structed. I stand by my dear John's new Sime nvacHievous boys broke out all grave, and this is the way not blind hu published. It is ourbeau id jal of a newspaper echool-hour-nnd each evidence of its bucccbi and pop- of the window glaa in the man affection; -- a thousand times No! windows a few, nights ago. proceeding from the us with gladness. ularity thrills but the Holy Spirit Jame Barnes has gone to the city to and Son, blda me estimate not wish any office ourselves, ncr lay in his fall aid winter stock of good?. Divine Father We do ray brother's character. O how unspeakawould we have the best we would be com- Mrs. B'llo Wiggs is visiting relatives in tender and jealous is God touching the petent to fill, but we ara getting mighty thia vicinity. Mr. Willis Adams, Sr , and bly chancterof Hia dead! "Blessed are the tired of aeelug some republicans holding on wife have gone to Rickcastle on a visit. dead who die in the LORD." He siys it. to offi:es that rightfully balong to the demThe timid bachslor spoken of in our He tells me to speik reverently of a "Tern ocrats The psople voted last Novembarto last letter took the train here Tuesday pie of the Holy Ghost." And abovs all turn the rascals oat and we wact to see the by hia prospective bride and he warns me to think God's thought of one last one of them go. went to Louisville where they were made who has died s vord in hud in Ills service, The official count of the vote in Oaio one. Mr. -- G. W. Pullins is tho hsppy whether victorious or not. To me then, allows an amount of rottenness in keeping groom and M'si Bntie A. Pullina the fair dear John Young, i3 like Gordon dying at with the political moral of tli9 State. The bride. They are own cousins Khartoum! line of democrats earn to be a deep in the raud perhaps there would ba some objection is To mo he is like tie aa the republic ins are in the mire and they the resHon they left home to be married, beaten patriots at Bunker Hill! Tome Le ore a sweet kettle of fiih all around. The Wa wish them a long and happy life to- is like the shattered remnant of the "Light Legislature is about bum to be republican. gether ard hope they will alwaya do their Brigade," a,t B.lalclavb! "AH that was left pallia' in the fame direction, ofthemlLft of six hunted!" Or like Dan VoomiEES, tho Tall Szeimore of the Thetonuto is a native of Peru and was Napoleon's "Old Guard" at Waterloo! Wabash, is making epeeches frr Gen. L'e 1 denouncing the civil aer-vi- first raised solely for ornament. It is not I am quite awara how this will ehock in Virginia, an known when it was first mod as food. some ani auger others and griev yd oth 3 law. W P. WALTON. ers, some. But call it "wild extravaginos" as you will, I repeat it, aa the "words of truth nd soberness" Rebuke fisreely n Shake your you wil O ye may, my gool frlendi, in your heads as cisy rocking chairs, who harJIy know what one honest combat, at close quarters, with a devil without or a devil within meaml rCQNTINPKD HUSTONVILLE. NEXT IS9UE. LINCOLN COUNTY. W. H. HIGGINS DEALER IN IlarriwHrc, Iron, llorao Show, NhIIh, GrntvM, BiirkV Wheel, Ntovct, Spoltc, HIiuh, Nlonewarc, Groceries, SiMitllcn, Uurjimware, 'Iliiggy Whip, llaructw, Cano Mills, Cider MIHh, ll,ap CoTcra, Corn Mtcllcrn, Collar, Fut. lf af-te- 30,-00- 0. train-dispat- nt . Infant child of Aurelius Dunn died near Hustonvlllle Wednesday night. Eb. Kennedy, Sam Ocos and George Carpenter weie with us Wednesday. They are a remarkably handsome let of men and would be decidedly ornamental denlzsns All eeem in of the court house iquare good spirits except George who seems troubled in consequence of some light from John Blaln touching the ree lations to be sustained towards bis Djputy. But we have tendered him our aid snd counsel in the matter of swearing in" said deputy, aad do not an tlrinMft terious llifiicilltT. Our town has been engaged nearly two weeks in attending a religious meeting nt th Hintist church under the ampices of tho pastor, Rsv. Mr. Taylor. The presclrg has been done, nnd well done, by Itev. Mr evangelist. The n Porter, a has been laro and remarkably well aistained throughout, and the preach ing ot a high order, but up to the tiiuw writing the moeting hs not resulted m many additions to tho church, some five or six only having come forward The meet wit will probably close today, District Teachers will please leu in mind that the County Teachers' Association will meet at Stanford on the lat Sat urday, 31st, of this month. By the way, pventa and trustees are earnestly request ed to visit their schools and ascertain whether their children are comfortably provided for aa regards fires, light, seats, desks and especially ventilation. The neg lect of tho people generally on this eufjtci is decidedly culpable. No teacher can do effective work, and no child is safe irom suffering and sicknes in the miserable quarters provided. Last week the INTERIOR JOURNAL was on time Tuesday, but failed on Friday. Two days during the week our outgoing mails were returned from the depot for the want of transportation. Tuesday's paper of this w(ck came all right, but passengers . niuei wishing to connect with the Ji. iv drive 9 miles to Junction City or 10 to Stanford in order to make sure of a train Verily our railroad facilities are to some extent imaginary. When we get the pre- jected and prayed for route we shall prob ably need to go to ashville to get a train. Bleeslng on the man who invented the and made us independent of til pros-pcivwell-know1 1 rsil-road- s. Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinloy Combined Flows, Wooden! Cait Ihtmps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roofing; and Guttering; will have prompt attention. Nulenmen J John urluht.Jr. am THE NEW GIIOCEKY AM) HAKIHVAKE HOUSE OF TAYLOR BROS. Would .l.dlj-k your attrition to t lie fact that they hare Just returned trow tb fr h ami well select! stock of CIIOKE cities with atatj FAMILY GROCERIES In ndlci Mrlety, ilatnij-I- quality and ftlfjetorjr In prlrn; this we 8uar4ntH. at all times to supply efry want In our line. Our aim shall br OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY Consists of tho Standard Ilraodi of Kurope and Atatrlra. Oar large tins of Ock'njt Here lurluJei tbo justly retttratcl "Great Western lterT" and tinny other family larorltca. Our China, Olaii Ten and ChauiWr cowplotr, tllassware richly oil and Qucniwreatoik lonilitsln art of ainlelchcJ. Iu the way of Ilredtutri wenaniaHiukwhral Flour, the uon ol alt trttaa. Our Patent (). Jl." Flour, urWallcd forcukw aud ittry, wnllo Itlie and Houilny, our own pttrl-oti- c product, armyed a, faittifol adjuncts, All Itiedrllnulri In Fortlgn and Domestic Confections are here. Tin, Ktone, Woolen and Wlllowware, l.loctrlc Ijtmp, Mattoctry Canned Mrtts and FrutU Well, this Is only a hint of w list wo haTo. lijllayln) and a complete tin of Cigars and Tobaccos that we can make It to your Interest, waronAlentlr ail an nam' nation of ourgofclsand yourpslrnt Iw, tli cts-titatr- age. ltMwHully, T.l LOU It ItOTll Kilt. Wqwsb ftM'AlftriM PHARMACISTS, -- DKALBM af IMA 1 uruas. books, aiauonerv unit W 9 I A Fancy Articles. ";msa iw. "lf jwc?; v r fl llaJ K It '.iO c2 -- &) Physicians' prescript lors accural. ly cemj'oi.tidi.l JEWELERS- Tho Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and 8ilverwara Erer bonsht to this market PiIcm 'hail the. towMt. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry on shoit ootlce and Warranted. l W m A 12? TOHRSAWKM. IS t5- tW , . - . - W M'mm m Wf Col. Wcatherford and David Johnson left Wednesday on a prospecting trip to Kansas. Mrs. S. A Goode went io the par ty designing to make a protracted viMt to her daughter, Mrs. Rufus Adams in . . . Tex. - Tom Nunnelley sbipreJ his htrdof cattle for the Wet n few days since. Mrs. Ben nett Cloyd is making arrangements to spend the winter with friend in Alabama. Matter George Bradley rfjiices in the receij t of of a fine gold watch, a present from "his uncle, Ed Willism, in Montana. Mrs. Megie Cimpbell has bouaht the Cjnway property and will move to town. Mifs Blanche Twidwell, gradua'e of Daughter's College, ha cone to the Birlholomew Institute, Cincinnati, for farther light in French and music. Geo. M. Gtveis, J. W., is representing No. 131 in the Grand Lodge at Louisville. U7. VERNON OEPARTHENT. Managed by Jno. oitlliiMlnliirr n. I'llII 1111(1 CUIIlinlCtiS lf erjtliliiK from tho Cheapen! to the riucftt Parlor Nuitea. So iiuuu io ko io iuc iiire oiiiom to itinuu your pnrehUKCN, no mtmcr uliat quantity r qualify joii uniit, t:s I enn mill will duplicate any prices you van ohtulu clNcuhcrc, freight IicIiik iitMetl. Alao a full assortment of CoIUiik, Chch, Nhromln and Itobcx, oinbracv xuk an mo ivetr niyicM, noui efieap and expeniire. lVnro room' oppoHltoHt. AMiph Hotel, Ntanfonl. Ky. iMMfll-tflIst- I I'lis-lllfisi-n UNDERTAKER, JOealei- - in AND ! PLEASE D0.T F0RSET d ey 3. Fiih. (leirje W. Payne has bien awarded a pen bin u amounting to $1,000. Elder M.C. Kuifus, of the church, is holding a few days' meeting at Mo-ria- h, tfl'-ctio- in-time- - e this place. Chestnuts are becoming a diug in the market at $1 per b.ishel. There is the largest crop ever known in this county. When I said I wanlel all indebted to me to settle their account by November Is', I meant busincM They must come and do so. F. L Thompson. Mies Ida Adams is visiting in Louisville this week. David Thompson and son Robert, of Garrard county, were in town yeslerdsy. Mrs. Conn, of Brodhtad. was at J. W.Brown's this week We are afraid that onr little townTa about to be overstocked with doctorf. Drr. J. J. Brown and A. O. Lovell are already here and Ds. Duncan, of Hnrdin county, and Daniels, of We3t Virginia, are new once Just arrived. Think they both have come to stay. There baa been considerable rivalry up here as to who could kick in empty be the highest. The way to do is this: Place tho keg against a wall end stand with your heels against the keg; then jump up, rais ing the keg aa you jump. 8. W. Paris or B P. Martin can tell you all ahout it. Mrs. Mry E.Browo, wife Dr. J. J. Brown, bis b?en appointed Postmistress at this place -- vice J. L. Whitehead resigned. Mr. W his made a clover, tffkient and ac committing Postimster, and we are sorry to ses him give it up, bat such is fate. Mr. Brown waa almost unanimously recommended by the ciiizsns of thic place. Mr vVhitehod says he his been allowed to retain his position a little longer than he expected. Exsct y when the chs nge will be nude or there tho ofiico will be kepi in the future haa not been settled yet. That we carry the Largest Stock, oi Groceries, Hardware and Queensware in the city; That we are Millers' Agents and wholesale depot for Flour and Meal; That onr stock ofPleasure Vehicles, including' everything from a Hoard Cart to a Barouche, is always complete, And thai we guarantee Lowest Prices, style and finish considered. Also, that we still handle the celebrated Wagons, "Old Hickory" and Mitchell. Big line of Farming Implements. Grain Drillsj Turning Plows, both riding and walking, And all of which we guarantee at Lowest prices. I ami-thoug- ht FARM FOR SALEt I oiler for a1e my Tartu of l.'SH Atvvh ol One ), t miles BoutU of lliutontllle. lu tight of ttio JItOiltcburi: pike. Tne farm ti In a eoolitateufcultlTailon,undruool fence snd one of the beit watered Farms lu Ltuoo n county. The Improvements consist of a nest cottage bouse ofo splendid cistern at the door, good stable rooms, aud all nwessarjr outhouses. If earlv application Is made, will soil at n bargain. It not toll soon, I will rent said Farm for I8e0, llutluwllli. ... .f II. BRIGHT & METCALF, e J. Ijkll.iM, SUCCESSORS TO BRIGHT & CURRAW. nwl Fanojr Grocer- A OOOD assortment nf Glass, Tin end In Louisville cittle ar dull and Model P'ices running from 2 o 1J; hog' are quiet Qiccnswarn at A A Warre'i' 11 ii biixu itd t.iuuai vrcuicry. -- The Stanford " Grocery. at .1 to 3; sbeep slow at 1 to 2 and lambs The finest line of pure candle ever Ontobor23, 1885 brought to thin market at A. A. Warren' Stanford, Ky., See out line of heating stoves, cnal vir- do at 2 to 3 -- Forty fix Holstlen cattle, including es, kitchen sets, Ac ', Worn buying. The Model Grocery. ' many calves, sold at auction t the Louislargtst and cheapeit lot in town Bright I. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Call on Mint EMa Soilley and exam A'Metcalf. ' ' ville Exposition wround, Tuesday, at an WILL OPN stall train going North. lUr.u, ine our cplendld line of now millinery average of $155 o r. v. . U south Eaoa are at a premium la this market. TablerABmlley. 1 81 aim. L L. Dorsey, of Lexington, has refus Kxpmstratn" 2 03 A.M. ii What's the matter with the hrm? Or per ed an ofler of $20,000 for ii Norh.. Oct. 30 his vegetable ol every deacrip-lio- n haps it is their FnuiT8 and owneri holding them up for bay stallion, Epaulet, which trotted a mlfe The jot Is calculated on standard Urns 8oll bought and aold at A. A. Warren's Christmas prices. With a Full Supply of teat Ii About 30 bitnutea faster Tuesday in 2:19. "Model Grocery." S. A Sutherland bought for SutherCol. T. W. Milleh dciires to return LOCAL NOTICES. THE GLOBE SKATES, The whole face of nature was covered his hearty thanks to those good citizens land A Diwey. Cincinnati, 4,000 bushels of Boy your school boolti from Penny h with frost yesterday morning and tho mur corn delivered on the train at 30 cents who wr.rked so hard to save his property McAlIeUr. cury was down to 25. The Ikt and Winchester Sun. from burning yesterday. McHoneitTS & 8tacio are headquartera Co). John A Duncan has sold to LehDon't forget we can give you coal from for atniinillon, FINEST OX TIIL' MARKET. It was repor'ei nere yesterday that Guns at nil price at McRobertd & any mine you wish at bottom prices. Leave Dick Shanks, the natural Inrn negro thief, man 223 fat cattle, weighing 1,550 pounds, at $5 25 per hnndred, or $13 553 50 for the StntTR'n, from $2.50 to $100. your order at the etnre. Bright & Met on being Mi'pertel in Lsbinon, was pursulot. Richmond Herald. Complete ptock of ichool booh and calf. ed by a policeman and in his effort to get achool pupplle at Mcltobrls & Slawc'd. Fob Sale Twenty-fiv- e jculing The man, Jeff Hentley, who was jailed away broke a blood vessel aod fell dead Watcii and Jewelry repaired on short. for hore stealing on Information from Vir mules, 20 mares and 5 hrse, No. 1 good notice and warranted by Veanfft McAlia-erginix, has bean released a, the pirties, who The roof of the ell of Mr 6 B. Mycn' ones, shout 15 hnds hlifb. Apply to G. W Kinir, Crab Orchard. Kv. IlOV the Haia Uor Remedy, the orljii-na- l claimed and got the horse had no papers residence ought Gre yesterday and burned B. E. Blsckraan has bought In this & McAl-intefor him. and only genuine, from Penny con'tdernbly before tho fire ciuld ic extin ... A good deal of ihu furnituro was oounty 2,100 turkeys at 50 cen'a for hens Don't forget that Gto. D. Wearen, Agt , gulsheJ. A coMrixrr stock nf ewolry, latoat This is equal to of the houn and of ourse badly and 75 cents for g ibSlar-ntyle, Jlockfonl watclio a specialty. Pen- has a large stock of Pine flooring, Ceiling taken out about 6 or C cents pr pound. ditnazed in hnndling. ny A McA1iit Weather Ihards, Door 6ih, Blinds, The executor of D A. Coeniult po'd Mouldings, Hhiofiles, Latha and all kinds PERSONAL. MARRIAGES. 250 shsrs o' Madl'n Nations! stock to of rough lumbrr. Miip. Cirortm: II. Hiiuce and Howard If "blessed is the bride upon whom T. D CVnsult at $177 60 per share H1b A DisrATCU says that R. II. Tomlinioo, plsce, Drnjjs, aro Writing in Lebanon. the sun shines," ha an ad i je of truth, thtn land sold as follows; The Wall Paper, Hint's. Mimical of Lancaster, has been r.llered by the Secre Oliuuilcnlau 1SOOKN, Hernstadt, U sh who, upon Wednesday containing 171J arres, to 'Pquire Ilueuelny Mn. O.T Faiu.h. ol Ewt Ijiqtior thrice b!ejd Insfriteiiieiitr, tary of tho Interior the poiiion of agent to 5(3-Paiutn, per .Stationery, Harris piece, 2743 (Jitrtirrt. ii vtailini: hi kinnian, J, K, Farria. lat, united her frtuni wph the msn of at I'OCKCI Oils, Soups, examino fraudulent land clnim, worth lounccos, t'ullery, Mil M. D. Hauuin, of MnnlicaVo, in choice, for a brighter day never dawned in acres, to Dc G W. Emis at $23.70; the IillUipH, Perfumery, $1,600 and transportation. Plro Djncan pl-- c i, 77 .llachln to James Bennett yMtinc hlii fon Mr. Mirk ii. Hardin. lovely October. Tho bride of that beauii . - p. i. i. . Aeedle. Our Jovf dry, Sllrcrware and Mi8i Anxib MoKinnkv t back from Is Jn Dial), of consumption at his home In tlful day was Mis Fannie Reid and tv.c at $10 30. and the Wld pW, 130J acres, Deturtmont Titos. who will Repair ftatehw on" 01 per acic- - Richto John at $00 a Ti'lt to relative in I In- - Went End. Jonc, Crab Orchard, Wednesday morning at .'1 fortnuate groom, Hon. Mim Jrx.Nir Dcscan, of Lancaster, is o'clock, J. T. Carson, familiarly known at ol St. Lout-- , Mj. Promptly at noon tho mond Herald. TliltinK hriltrr, Mro H U.Warren. "Shanghai." He leaves a wife and three party entered the Picibyterian church to VTVr inVKBTlSCac.NT. Bam M. children to feel his loss. MKnaiut. D. II. Caiipe.vteii, the muic of u march rendered by Mrs. Dr. -l1 L. F. Huffman. Preceded by the udiiM, D . 0?--Wllblte. J. T. and O G Carron are In Liu-Mil- Simui'K MENrren took tho Lexington Fayette Dunlap and Prof S. R. Cirek, (f , GENTS Mr. W. II Ayluni Wedneaday Starling Millhou'r, Daavllle, the groom and "his ben man," ANTED ! Mhs L. F. Miller, and Miioi flt1ll Van Da veer and a Kor lunatio who hat laid in j ill nerd for Dr. John T. Vansant, of Pari, Ky , filed Llxtie I'drtman went to Lou'avil'e Weil rculy two years and a half, because Dr. FOB- down the right aMe, while the lovely bride Xif I'coiite'H CvcloiictUtl, netday, Chenault, ss he claims, overlooke4 him. htnclc t uclonrilhi, of her father, Mr. John M aiul on the arm MlM Lui. McKissr.v it atayinc with ThomttHon' Medical Ailllnvr, You can go to Cincinnati on the K. C. Reid, pwed down the left aisle, preceded 1'loncar Jlttitoru. attending the Miis Rabra Pennington and Aduxcti ay for $3 50 from any by Hon T. P. Hill, Jr.. and Dr. Hugh ITHE and meeting CAPITAL PUBLISHING CO. which Reaching the altar upon The St. Rild. V. O. Box. UO, CINCINN.A tl, O. to Rich-mon- J station South of Richmond. Mux W.H WiiniKi-rrwenLouis and Chlcsgo Biso Bill clubj play had been erected an artistic final arch, -- DEALER IK- to attend tie tnairiatze of Miu Ollie the last games of the season on these days. from which was smpendei a horse shoe of BANK SALE! White to Mr. Lewia IJxiker. cutflowerp, the ushers crowoi and ttocd Mn. Mack Hurra an Is out again af Muhuek. At Williamsburg, Tuesday, on either side ol the minister, Rev. A. S tir lil long confinement from a fall but he Joe Etrly, a notorious negro character, Moffett, facing the audience. The other ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1885, e atifl uejked and per'.ill be'on to 11 went to the colored echoil and raised a couples stood in front of them and when Circuit Court ilar, I will sell beforo the door In BtaaferJ, 30 8httrcnot itock In verse inerticn. riw. Le&nder Lawson, the teacher, a boy the mlnistir asked "who gives the bride the First National B.ink o.'StDbrJ. Mn. V. II. Hinots tared to Kanea of seventeen, remonstrated with the brute, awai?'' Mr. Kji.1 pisisJ the hand of his .r.tcon City jettrrJay for b!a wife-- who has been who instantly drew a a pistol and shot daughter to the arm of Mr. Jones and then weeks t Ultinp hrr aister, Liwson through the heart. there for several the words were spoken which nude them Sale &c. Mares, Mr. V O. Paik. Ouii busineM Is in the hands of John M. husband and wife. Then ther knelt, the DiMiu. O. J. Cnow and Miss Minnie I will cell at public auction beforo the benediction Philips, for settlement, and owing to the vine blming was hivoicj, InhtanfoiJ oa Jtantlitu. October ta, Crow came in yeatenlay to subscribe to th pronounced and the party passed out, wiu. " i$-- , ircuu (.ourinay, a loioraiocx coniniing ho in attending fact that Mr. Elmlston will soou leave -- 3 for Mh Arm, bullion, Six BiojJ Marps, Two aged Jen- piper ota ' Caldwell Itinlittltc, Danville, and aighe for Stanford, It becomes absolutely necisssry the audience remained sitting. The cere- neti.One auuune Jenret uolt. Jiniamicasu' r tb - A'tSl'TOX M!i tir,Mf that it bo closed up immediately. All per- mony wis short and appropriate and all Stanford, Kf CMJ her old friend.thn Ixrr.itioit JouiiNAL. of the large number tint witnessed it Cait. I. X Coi.n hi been promoted sons owing us will plessc call on Judge was inipresed with its butv and to iinK(r conductor on the Main S'cm Philips and mike immediate scttlftnent SENT. FOR and save trouble and cost by so doing. EI-- solemnity. The bridal party and their and hr and h'a handeome wife havo thereimmediate relatives were thea driven in. -- 3XV " on A Oarsler. AND IL,oa fore left tm They were Riieita of tho fit. ' " carriages to the residence of Mr. Reid, On DttiTllle Arenue, la Slanf.pl. The houie conAsaph during their itay here and made We are pleased to be able to state that whers they portool: of a luucb, ponding tains 7 rooms, cellar anl porch. Ix)t well Improv-o-- l, s many friend', rho regret their departure. atable with C Malls, bujRT house, wason sheil, our local rivals for the nomination for Cirthe arrival of the train, and then went to coal anil fmoke houtcs aid a cittern, all Mim. HAr.iurrCAMrnELi., Mrs. Ge?. cuit Judpc, acting upon our suggestion, are Lexicglon, where a reception wts tendered net? and In goira repair. J.c.julro on priil"ii liTTSrrioN to groceries and feovisions, nE keeps Sen. muGixs. C. Campbell and pretty little Rosebud, in a fair way to have their claims settled them by Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Gailskill, the for their Texan home, by friend. Hirmonlom relations ex'st will lrave sister of the groom. Aftara dy o'lwo in t3 the rrernt of their friend. Roth of between them and there will be no trouble and Mrs. Jones will tako a POSTED. the treatment about either accepting the result. One Lexington, Mr. the ladica have bem under -tour of the N rtt cm and E I'tem citlw and notice forewarns hunters, Ihbormeu and of a physician nil return home much im- lliini: is crtaln Inooln will have but one 1 on our 'anils without per resch their heme in St. LouU about the tranifa not to tnii-aproved candidate for Circuit Judge. all kuch aita aro liable to be nroiocuttd i"FK-ts1st of November. Trie consummation cf iuIhIoh, the law. (signed; to thelulleitexuntof Mk P.. II HhoNAUAH ha been C. IS. tampon, M. J. C. Martin, Ml. Ver-co- till lnvo affair is truly a happy ono and Tun hand'ome postmaster at Htorekeeper and KUaser and we Cralj Lvnn, A. Tncker, Murphy, Mr. J. L. Whitehead, has had to sur- Mr. Jnesis to be hemily congratulated J. (J. Lynn. tru't will be given thu tllMlllery of J. 11. W. T TucLcr, II. D. ItauKhman. bride who is a rest Mm. Mary E for he has won a A democrat ehould render his office to a lady. nc A Jas. Smith, Hutching a Adam I'ence. Joha Mr. Hrown has received the appointment there queen among women, pntHel as che i have hail the p'aca ix monlha Hronauh had bren urwl by hia friend to and our friend, George II Hocker, will of beauty, of brightnew of mind and of all Court. Lincoln mk the mca for Cjunty Clrr but de hereifter handle tho mail; at Parksville. thu other graces whiob so adorn nolur sex exprnie JounT. Tuddtrar and Mary K. PudJerar.hls wife, dined, and to thoie who without nolicita. Both are good appointments. Gov. Mc Her indulgent father hnssptrol Kirorte. them as well aa those of Dr. in adding to her accomplishments and she tion pledged him their cupport he aeka tia Crcary secured Nolle la hrrebv etrcn to whom It niav concern Fayette Dunlap to bo Pension Examiner lusenhrawd her opportunities fully and tint the rvtltloiirrs.JohnT.Iiiidderar and Mary V. to ex'end hi' warnirl thankM Duddcrar.hls wltp, have tbli day fiUd their petition at Dinville and Dr. Newton Scales for the fitted herself to adorn any station she may InthcclcriL'j omce or tnc j.inco-- vircuii uoun, y K. LOCAL MATTERS. the Court empower theitld occupy. She is a pronounced blonde, lovely rrayint; that uo enjoy, veil and conrey, for Ms-- own same position at Loudon. Duidcrar to her at all times, but never more so than she ap beneflt any property shn may own or acquire free Tiir. wife of Cipt. W. W. Johnson has ber Durino his life we used to playfully call pearedoa her wedding Jay in a rich suit of from the clalma or debts of as a husbind: to make single woman, to contracts, euoand beaued him with another girl. prc'ctii-jMr. George W. Aehlcck, "Holfz:law," and boucie aud velvet with h'tt to match. The trade In her own name and to dispose of ber own etoe, gratrs, the name got so firmly fixed in our mind groom is a nativo of Dsnville, but for sev- properly Uy will or deed this natlce ba J ublisli A 1TLL line of bcatin It Is hereby ordered that in connection with him, that in writing eral years has lived at St. Louis, where be ta In the IstTEaioa Joubmal, a newspaper W. II. Hlggins'. coal vnet, As , at published In Stanlonl. Ky., by two weekly Inn the notice of his death, wo unconsciously is building up a lare and paying law aertlons be lore the next regular or the A. Warren's Circuit Court. A "TiilNd of beauty" la A. ued that for his name and reveral hun- practice. He ii young tmn of fine at - Glren uudr my hand as clerk of said Court, ' Molel Grocery." Call and see for your- dred papete were printed beforo the e October, 18S5. Uinmeats, affable and popular, aud is des- this SOth day ol J. P. BAILEY, Clk. L. C. C. self. was discovered. Mr. Ashlock was al- tined to become distinguished in his pro Juikje Lytle has sold his residence and ways ao full of life and fun that we took fession. He has represented his district in lot on Somerset Street to J. 8. Hocker for the liberty of a nickname just to get even the Legislature since moving to Missouri with some of his pranks. Wo regret very $3,800 and has been the recipient of other marked much, however, that we should have used expreeslous of appreciation on the part of Blitc'K. Two hundred and fifty thous Farm, Live it ir. paying our last respect to his memory. the people. A bright and happy (uture to Splendid and, hrd and well burned, for Bale by him and his lovely young bride. Henry Rjughman The C. A N. Some weeks ago, the I will offer at public salo to the highest bidder, The bride was tho recipient of many at my residence, "Millwood." In Lincoln county,y Exchange of Nashville appointed a CllAMnEliSetsnnd Bird Csges at ccst about 7 miles west of etanford, 2 miles from bhcl-bWar-ren'committee to inveHigato the report that costly and useful presents from her large City and C miles from Dantllle, on and carriage for next 30 day at A. A. the directors of tho Chesapeake A Nash- circle cf friends and the ushers were each Model Grocer r. Friday, Oclolier SOtli, 1S95, ville were trying to sell their franchise to presented with a handsome We will have the largeat stock of grates the L A N. We learn from ycaterdaj'a cane by Mr. Jones with the date of the My Farm, Li 8tock, Crup.FarrulnR Utensils, c. The live sto.-- consists of and heitlngatovea ever brought to Stanengraved thcrersn. Mrs. K. R. pipers that after a full examination of both rusrmce One gray Mare and Polt, bv T.lenal, and bred to A Metcalf. ' ford. Bright Measeoger Chtei; t black Mare and j olt, by Rlen-a- l, unanimously Jones, the mother of the groom and Mr. sides, the committee had and bro.1 to Kienzij '1 Marcs and Mule Oolte, They are so crsiy over skating in favor of the enterprise, and rec- and Mrs. C. W. Galtsklll, of Lexington, reported in 1 reliable combined Uorae, I harness llorse lor Dr. family purposef,2Coltr,2 work Mules 3 years olJ old Metho ommended immediate compliance with the came over to attend tho nuptials. that they now use the 9 head of thoroughbred Cattle fancy colors and accompanied the THEwell bred, 9 grade Helfera. 50 thoroughbred diet church for the purpose. terms agreed on with the road, i, e.. pay- Reid and Mies Mary Reid Bryant Southdown Sheep, a lot of Hojs: cent, of the subscription, bridal party to Lexington and attended the Also about 700 locust and ceJar Posla und a lot ol five per nuil The Knights of Honor suit against the ment of LOUISVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE. Hay, Corn and Oats reception, returning yesterday. Strutton. Judge R J. Breckinridge, and money to recurd the right of way. The late treasurer, bright and rising young journalThat probability now is that work will bs comTho Farm Consists of about 120 Acres wa? dismissed by Judge Birr with prejumenced immediately, as only five per cent, ist, Ben II. Ridgely, one of the editors of Of Land In excellent repair and in a high state of Short-banBanting, Arithmetic, dc. It Is tha only rcamanshlp, dice. . the luth, is to be married Nov. 2 J, to cultivation, splendidly watered by airings and large line of of the subscription ia to be paid before the 1st of a large and Collego In this section wherein Is taught as books are kept by the best and ponds. The Improvements com We have just opened n road is completed for fifty miles north of Miss Fronle Bracnin, one of Louisville's commodious brick dwelling house, with Rood outclotklPg, including 151 overcoats which we prettiest ladles. Hera's looking at you, buildings and a new and convenient of barn, with bankers, and a thorough practical knowledge ot account given, lias the largest and beat arranged Nashville. uiulea. It capacity for feeding at loast 100 head proposo selling at Inrjains. Offsley A young min Is one of the best grais and grain Farms In the rooms of any College In tho West. Thomandsol successful graduates testify to the abovf. Gradu- Billy Weatherford, A difficult Jon region. 'B- a credit of lour months ates have no tiouble In obtaining good sltuatlocs. Call c r address LAND. STOCK AND CROP Tkrms. For of of Uustonville, who went to Richmond to oa note with good security, bearing intereatlrom ATTENTION -- Our Block nUNTZIW Farm, oneFor open a whisky saloon, finds it an up hill & College, Thia year'a peanut crop iu North Caro" date and payable In bank.ononm tho jtoj iwu Guns and Ammuitlon ia now complete. Althird cam; remainder in He made application for licenso Una le the bigjcH or many yeara. Interest. A gold deed made and paueeslon given Cor. Third Jcllerson, LOUI3VILLE, KY. Bright A buslnese so loaded shells always on hand. and put up tho necessary deposit of 1,000 " A cheese weidhlns 3,300 pounds haa "SIS"-- " nn.v. Metcalf. but tho ordinance r quires that before a been jiroduced at Ent Aurora, N. Y. Thome wishing anything in my line saloon can lo opened the person ranking I J, B. Thompson, of Montgomery, sold to shuuld call and examine my rplendld stock application mu9t "present to the City Lehman & Bro , 13 head of 1,500 lb. cattle - I...- of Millinery. It in not only tho largest Council the written Hsseot cf a mijoiity of atSlOO perewt. -' Winchester Democrat i brought to this place but the the residents or occupants ol the houses on CSjr 4,f r itock over . h In Jessamine county B. Wolf bought SlEROnANT TAILOR. most select. Mrs. Moody Hnrdin. that rule ot tho eqtme, ami sue of srj'iare of Asa Jewell 5 car loads of aheep, avera?-in- g ir!tTf . ' opposite and fronting same, and at all times 155 pounda, at 3 cenB and a premium. The dudo has had hla day and the assent of residents and occupants withI havo received and ttlll receiving Alex McC.lnfck, of Nicholas county, "mower" now claims hla on the principle, we such la entitled one in two hundred feet of the place where is towing 200 acres of wheat, the product of presume, that every canine they propose keeping such saloon or public which ho has already fold nt 00 centa per diurnal revolution of tho earth. The mowbar." The Jondeays tho opponent claim bushel. y. srir-t r y.rr-- w 'bMf ". r er is the rove no of the dude, Is muscular 50 Comprising the best In the market, which will be to o00 catG EonaCTOWN Court. frf-y-' Jfj.rjrrl the manner that such asent can not bo obtained and and athletic and in addition to on the market, and Generally sold, at the matter is held in abeyance by the May- tle Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Socond to Nono in City or Country. liSjJjIi, w 'n0B,'', ,0 he has of carrying hia cane, attempts to S 'The sums also eays: Mr. from 3 to If cents per pound. Some C "St-ftT- j UTaTT. MliGttljysJwa give a certain fierceness to his looks by or. p,r i u c,f4' cold aa low aa $2 75 perewt. 51 Give 9Io a Trial. Sr 5'ZeSfc?5 to raM imIi. making hla foretop stand on the end. Wo Westherford has acted in a gentlemanly mule colts fold at S13 per head cash. Only way throughout and expresses a desire not A' rm"joL'THTnrl p;'otiAO," a few hroka mules on the market, and sellnominate Dr. R)id as Master of tho Mower C. F. Avory & Sons. Louisville, Ky. to do a..)tLit., in cill.ct tvuh tho law. ing at 5100 to S150. ' oi Stanford. fl Full llnea nf Staple 1 tt SKATING RINK Bontb.-i.....,.- ,... Friday Night, M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, r. & STAGG, PfllEOlTISIS Stanford, Ky., arr;tle srr, Arm, CJESOSULE Hti-FUAH- A GBOOER. to-d- T. t CC-li- R. VALTON, ST0CKJ0R Court-Hom- it , ovrsr. Court-Hoii- of Jennets, if fo in -- ." wm SALE0R -- HOUSE And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line Yon May Call For. -- el -t j. to-d- ay Tin-- , Glass- - Und .Queens ware, To L (01-l- m bacco and Cigars, and Confections, 'K n fo Gimdt d Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. un-rnl- mis-tek- 1 School Supplies: Baskets, Bags, Slates, Pencils, Pens and Holders, Ink, &c. PUBLIC SALE Stock,. Me:-chan- ts' it gold-heade- k Corner Main and Somerset Sts. is the best place to buy. -- ' Win-Chest- er r Boop-kcerln- Type-writin- Book-keepi- Look-keepe- B!uo-Gra- Louisvillo Bryant Strntton Business o. mu& s Ct H, C. RUPLEY, fkMLd J . -- NEW GOODS FOK FALL &WINTBE - -2-- rraHKK p,tr ", 11 -- A.TFOR COUCM3 Mrsu lournal A SECOND MARRIAGE. IDemorest's Monthly. Ills parishioners svatahei tho Rv. Mr. Brown with peculiar interest as bo loft tiio grave yard, leading his two littlo Rlrls by tho hand. They wontlereJ, knowing how luudli sho had boon to him, bow ho would enduro (he terrible blow of his vrlfe'a death. Ills face wa like marble as tho coflln was lowerod into tho grave; there was no outward sign ol anguish, but no uuo doubtod for a moment that he sulTered ksonly. lie bad Nson rather a mystery to his congregation always; but they know him to ba capable ol deep fooling, in aplte of his coU, impassive manner. A noisy, iloruon.strn.tlve show of grief would bare been Inipasitblo to him. Ho was a man o great tranquillity of mind, and with little energy of disposition. Ho took all that Providence sent ulm exhibited no surprlso at tho request, but made haste to show tbo visitor at once Into tho minister's study, whore he sat reading at bis desk. I 1 very dutifully, without any effort to change or amend it, no matter how objectionable it might lo; and he possessed in perfection tho art of "putting up with" whatsoever befell lilm. Ho .ras not a favorite with bis Hock; but lie was by no means unpopular. The poor loved him, for his band was always ready to go to bis pocket at a talo of distress, llm-ltoas wero bla moans, and his reproofs woro always of the mildest sort. The rich, though they bad littlo to say for him, had nothing to ssy against htm. Thoy invited him frequently to thoir houses, eutortalnol him handsomely, and bora very complacently with bis habit of falling into t brown study at tbo dinner table. As fa' tho youngor portion of bis flock, his good looks, his rich ch;stnut hair, and dreamy eyes bad early impressed them profoundly, and they sang bis praises without stint. It was a source of regret to many of tho young ladies aud a few of tbo older ones that Mr. Drown was a married man. Many years before be had coma to the church at d Barstow, ho had wedded a gentlo, girl, who fairly worship id him, and who proved herself a good wife and a devoted mother. Thoir wedded Ufa had ilowod on as calmly as a ruevlow brook, undisturbed by any petty domestic Jars or to troubles. It bad never occurred Mr. Brown that it might not go on He did not notice his wife's so forever. failing health, and as sho was oas of tho kind who never complain, he was uttorly unprepared for her doath. It stupefied him; he could not understand it. It soomod to him incredible, impossible, anl he folt bewildered and half puzzlod even when he beard the sods fall lug on tho coflln. He went back to his lonely homo with bis two tittle girls, and shut himself up in his n study, whore ho lay down on tho lounge, a dull pain in his bead. It seemed to him that his lost Laura must know bow much be noeded her. Ho could not roallzs that she was gone. He lay there, to see her enter and to foal her tender touch on his brow, soothing away the pain as .be had often dono when he was brain weary. But hour after hour went by, and no one came noar him, and he heard only the voice of his children as they talked loudly to tbo cook In tbo kitchen. Tbo next day he went out as usual, pur suing bis accustomed round of duties as tranquilly and patiently as over. His parishioners were loud in their expressions of admiration to each other as they saw how well he bore bis great sorrow, and they were very kind to him, "especially in tho matter of advice. His "distressing situation" was the subject of debate in almost every house in Barstow. It was talked over at the meetings of the sewing circle, the reading club, and tbe Indian Relief association, and it was unanimously agreed that tho best thing the poor widower could do was to employ a governess, who would also act as housekeeper and general manager. But it was not an easy matter to And thij right kind of a woman for thace, though there were many for it. It was decided that respectaa "middle-ageble, uio't woman, who would be incapable 5 scheming to fill the Into Mrs. Brown's place, an I who would bj competent to take charge of tbe littlo girls, would do, and uch a one was hard to And. It was Miss Auastasla Bowou who nt longth found just tho right person, and as Mr. Brown was willing to do just what Miss Buwon thought best, that lady took the responsibility of installing Miss Surau Piper in tho parsonage without further delay. Miss Piper was neither old nor young; sho bad no pretensions whatever to good looks, aud sbo was no exceedingly shy that if tbo minister spoke to her on even tho most trivial topic she blushed as rod as a peony. But these, said Miss Anastasia, wero such trifling drawbacks as almost to bo looked ujxm in tbe light of advantages un lor tho circumstances. Miss' Piper wai, as Mr. Brown soon saw, a vory good wiiuen, exceedingly conscientious aud painstaking. Sho did her bost for the two littlo girls healthy, happy, protty lit-t- to oroaturoj of 0 and 11 yean who loariiod tho hliuplo hs?o:i sha gave thorn from pure lovo for her, not becauso they feared her sweet-temperewell-wors qy dUpViniture. herself to work t disco vor tho icason. Shy canio to the conclusion, after a careful review of tbe ground, that Mr. Brown was too comfortable by far. MUs Piper intended most ns.Muomly to his crenturo comforts, an 1 tho society of his chlUien prevented uuy feeling of great lonotlnotf. "He wouldn't hold out a mouth if ho was left utterly alone," meditated tho amUtiuus ludy. "If ho had no one to coe after him or to tstk to, he'd Lo apt to think of me. There's no one elso he'd turn to. He' J one j)t tlio kind V tako what comas nearest and mid be U nii-t Psobably thoro was no lady in Barstow wb tool: a deoper interest in tho ho uphold affairs of tho beraavel widowor than Miss he was, in spit of tho Anastasia Broun. fact Uint youth had long since loft her, of a sentimental turn of mind, anl tho pab, higti-broface mil gentle manners of Mr. Brown had insplrod her with an intetiso admiration, for htm, which, after tho death of bis wife, rinonod into on undUguisad which was patent to every oua but tho object of it Not a chance did tho (piaster losj of feeing her idol, and scarcely a das pa&sed that slid did not ruu into tbo parbiuage on one excusj or auotuer. But the minister, absorbed in bis books and tie memory of his dead Laura, was and sublimely unconscious of tho passion lie had inspireJ. The idea of a second nitm-iaghad never entered his mind. Ho nevw ovon asked himself whether he Djubti or not, llkod Mist so but constantly did fcho press hor advice overy subject upon him that bo ijivw to uepeiu upon her in a great iiieeir- and often consulted hor upon bousoholi and cbuich matter.', never tonculng. however. In any niattjr whatever unon tbe 'ubject of matrimony. Tho fact that she was making no hoadwoy in spite of bur tireless efforts, In spite of tbe attentions she lavished upon tho two littlo girls, nt lastdawuod upon Ml-- s Anastasia, d dif-fcrm- it iy convenient." In which Inst conclusion Miss Anastasia right, as my tory will prove. ira fc'Lo decided that no timo was to bo lost, mid thut it was best to bjgin operations nt wise, ts , after carefully mapping out a 3 course if action, she repaired to tho and Oiked boldly to boa Mr. Brown TlvaMy. MIsAlper, mtk mil liutnMo tu uanal, ilte unto that fragile hand All queenly with its weight of rings, Good-nigd eyes, to fond, t to chestnut braids of hair, IS WAKRANTUD to cure Fescr and Good-nigunto tbe perfect mouth Ague, Intermittent or CHI! Fever, Ko And all tho swoetneis nestled there! mitteut Fever,. iurob Ague, Bilious Fever, Tbo sno' hand detains mo tbon lireak-bon- o " Fever), Liver Donatio l0l I'll have to say giod-nlgh- t again. a complaint, nnd all diseases arising fiom Malarial poisons. Dut there will com) a timo. my lov- When, if I roa 1 our stars ari ''.L ment "Harpers, S. C, July 0, ISSJ. not linger oh But a shadow bad boon throw over Mr. I shallmy adieus. bv the "For eighteen months suf-crc- d With ! Till then, Brown's peaceful Ufa His soul was Ailed iou wish me umo wore with Chills and Fever, with despair unutterable at tho thought of You do not brash to wish uowl Ani I. It sol conversation ho must have with Miss You would havo blusbod yourself to doath having Chills every other day. that Pipor. The mere possibility of ber shedding To own o much a year ago. After trying various remedies What! both these snowy bands! Ah, tears made a shudder run through bis recommended to cure, used a then frame. Ho could not mako up his mind to I'll havo to say gooJ-nigbottle of Aycr's Ague Cure, and again. speak to ber, and day after day p3ed. un til it lacked only two weeks of tbe timo have never since had a chill. THE REALITY OF ACTING. when the seminary was t opan. Then at EDWIX HARPER." last he spoko. Donna Sol's Views of the Art ot Inflective rnnrAiiED by Ho came into tlo fitting-room- , where she Actlnc- Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. at darning his octs by tho light of a stu(Sarah Bernhardt In LTvenement dent lamp, tt,0 giru having gone to bed. Sold by all Druggists. Tho calling of we "amateur" actors ts a She lookoi-un surprise as he eatered, for bMeldom left his study until midulght; but difficult ono. Acting is an art that belongs not tho falnteit intuition had eho of tbo to youth. At 15 one is ignorant of tbo rouge, tho scenery, the wigs, tbe falsehood, blow which was to fall upon her. "Miss Piper," began the poor man, fooling and the claque. Ono boars love sing, one profoundly wretched, "I I hut decided &03S gallantry applaud, and one thinks it is attalneX to make a change." boon ever bestowed upon man is perfect Alas! alas! Phedro's cbalr is made of Tho lock Miss Piper was "A change health, nnd the true way to Insure health painted wood, CamllU's fountain is in pastedarning fell from hor band. Sin began to Is to purify your blood with Ajer's Sara-parlllHo who sings of love is too tremble, and her face turned deadly pale. board. Mrs. F.llza A. Clough, 31 ArlingTho sword of "Ye. Miss Anastasia thinks and of warm (a trop chaud). ton St., Lowell, Masn., writes: "Lvery is blunted and tho signal course I it is all for tho bost, you know-Fl- ora chivalry winter and spring my family, Including and Annie ought to go to school," fal for d.lirium Is given by the loader of the claque. Then falling from tho heights of myself, use several bottles of Ayer's tered tho minister. "And you wish to glvo mo iiotloe, I sup- their dream many break their wings. But Experience has comluccd me pose, sir," said tho little governess in a trem- others rebound in thoir dream. Tbsy soar that, as a powerful on forever in fiction and dosire even though ulous, aggrioved tone, that stabbed Mr. Brown to the heart "Whon do you wish ("quand mome") that all may bo attained. me to leave, sir!" looking at blm with a They work themselves into a fever, they triumph. The struggle will take placo every quivering smllo. "Ob, auy timo; suit yourself your own day. Well, every day thoy struggle nnd never tire. convenience," stammered Mr. Brown. purifier, It Is very much superior to any It is too generally believed that actors "Do you want in) to got tho girls roady, other preparation of Snrsnpurllla. All "lot go" of their characters after ton or sir," sho askeJ, trying to (peak oa&srtully. persons of scrofulous or consumptive tenperformances. Tho mistake is a gross "If you will bjtogood," heaniwarad. Her dencies, nnd especially delicate children, mndo quiet resignation him utterly ono. Sopblo CroIzKte, aftjr tin famous are suro to bo greatly benefited by Iti poison scone in "Tho Sphynx," remained for Ho would rathor hav Mon ber wrotched. use." J. W. Starr, Lneonla, Iowa, w rites : hysterical or indignant a thousand times several moments quite palo and with chat" For years I was troubled w Itli tering teeth. Sometimos she became insen over. I tried several different sible. complaints'. Anl during un consjcutlvo "I will teo to it, sir." inces ho nover thought of mastering And then ho left tho room foeling liko n preparations, whlrh did mc little, If any, criminal. But as ho reached tho study, ho her emotions. good. Two battles of Ayer's Ssrapa-rlll- n The tragedian Beauvaiht (dial hot tears happened to think that Flora an i Annie effected n complete cure. It Is my were yet to bo told of tho impending ouatijo. overy night In the foruat seano of "King opinion the this iiuiIMne is tha best Lonr." He would go back and ask the little govblood Susaune BolcLemberg, tbo earl of ernor to tell them for him, for ho was suro was In a sickly stato every timo "los of open rebellion. Ho pushed opon tbo door of tho sittin- Corboaux" was played lu tbo short mad sc?n?. g-room again, but fctaitel back Mounst Sully Una bad real hallucinations for Miss Pipor, with her of the day." C. F. 1'pton. NVhua. N. II., face buried in her arm., w as kneeling by In tho frenzies of Orestoi. Ono cveiiiug I was froo aud went to boo writes: "For ti number of jears I tbe sofa, whilo a melancholy sound of sobin hor drovslng-roowas troubled with u humor in my oyes, bing mid crying, pitiful to bear, Oiled tho Almo g sceno of "Macbeth." nftor tho room. and tumble to obtain relief until I com"My doar MUs Piper," ho said forlornly, I found her quite cold uud still trembling. menced U'lng Ayer's Saroparilla. I linse "' It was, however, tho fiftieth pirformanco of taken several bottles nm greutly bene"I am so orry tho great work. She started up, and tried to wpo away fited, and believe it to be the best of blood Finally, for my part, I havo never playod her tears with the sock which she still bold. purifiers." It. Harris, Cieel City, ltaimes "Excuo me, sir," sbo faltered, "I I Phodre without fainting or spitting blood, Co., Dukotii, write: "I base been an couldn't help it. I am so fond of kite girls, aud after tho fourth scouo of "Theodora," intense surlerer, with D.svilii, for the you know, and I'd begun to fol so much at In which I kill Marcellus, I am in such a state of tWvousnoss that I go up to my past three yeurs. Six months ago I began homo here."' dressing-roosobbing. If 1 do not weop Mr. Brown walkod up and down tbo room, to Use with his hands clasped bshlnl hlin mil his nnd havo n nervous At, much inoro for thoe who surround m) nnd head on his breast, for several moments without speaking. Tbo sobs in tbo poor more dangerous for tho objects within littlo woman's voice struck blm to tbe reach of my hand, my groat comrades, tbo heart Ho was turning her out of her only actors of life, will cry; "That is not great home. And sho had done her duty toward art!' Or to tranflato, ono must feel nothing. the girls, certainly. It has effected an entire cure, nnd I am Supposj you stay her.), Mls Piper," ho Diderot said so. Coquelln also. They wero now as well ns ever." "You can keep house for doubtloss both r ght, and tho proof Is that said suddenly. Coquelln is an admirable actor and a me, anyhow." Sold by all Druggists. But what dooj it A deep flush dyed the pale faco of tbe very grant artist I retain my madness. mottor.' Tho rrleo 91; Six bottles, $5. littlo govorues . Wo must needs "Oh, no, I couldn't, indeed," sho cried, othors, les vlbrauti Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer it Co., Lowell, beliovo in erdor to mako others believe. touo. "It would be imin a horror-strickeMass., U. S. A. Our real Ufa is thoro in tbo incandescent possible.'1 of every passion livod or "You might stay as my wife, Miss green-ro3i- n Piper," cried poor Mr. Brown, desperately. droamol of. It is tho perpetual boatlug of "Oh, Mr. Brown, you don't mean Itl tho hoart. Tbo incessant working of the Tho regret of never boing perfect A. C You're just sorry for mo. I'm sure," cried Miss bralu. I'ipjr, tho thought lltshing through her Tho hope of becoming so. It is, in short, mini, however, that perhaps it wm love, uovroso (dlscaso of tlio norvos) to tbo lost dogreo. ii nd nut pity, after all, aud ho had only just So, whon we fall into real acting that of discovered tbe state of his heart as ho was THE INTERIOR JOURNAL creatures about to lose her.. Sho had read of such life no nro liko w uy suouiu it not bj so (hurluberluO. Wo miss our ou(rauco, spoil tmiigs m iroveu And the Louis vl!lo our oxli, our wig is all on ono In her cano as well!" is to simple "I I don't kuow it Is tbo only way you sldo anl our costume -and our great comrades are not can tay," ttainmereJ Mr, Brown in a conThoy treat us as "strolling players." futed manner. One year for only 811 two p'ner fer little No, no, Indeed! Only wo Uy tha ruul "Well, If you think It best," murmured wore than tho price ol one. comedy badly We don't dltgulsa our art the blushing lirtlo govern.). "I'm sure I'll enough. Wo are "ama- Qw voulcz-vous- ! By paying us $3 you will receive fur one year try U mako you happy." tAUl'i '' " l, your homo paper with tho tho "I don't doubt that," said Mr. Blown. Good-nigGood-nighgood-nlsht- Tho intention of "having a talk" on some Important subjsct was wrlttoa plainly on nor bard, lean faoo, and Mr. Brown laid iown bis book at onco and prepared to listen to whatever eho had come to soy. "I hope I'm not disturbing you, Mr. Drown." began Anastasia, with a littlo nervous cough as sho took a soat 8ho folt quite agitated, and an unwonted color brtghtcno hor sallow cheek. Her mission was so important, to muoh bung upon its success, that it was not strange tho was not quite as calm as usual "No, ch no," anssverod Mr. Brown, with s faint sigh, as he glancol at his boloved book. "I am alsvays glad to bare you come. I bopo there is nothing wrong!" anxiously. "The truth Is, Mr. Brown, I've come tone you about tho girls. They are not managed as well ns I could wish. MIm Piper Is n eood woman, but sho can't have the authority a a mother would have, you know, and she l6ts them do about as they ploaso, and they are growing up rujo and wild." Mr. Drown lookoi startlod. It did not occur to him to question Miss Anastasla's He took thorn in good faith alstatements ways, Lelng simple enough to believe her to have his interests at heart "Why, you were the one who recommended Miss Piper to mo," he said at longth, "and I bavo been woll satlsQod with hor." "Sho does the bost sho knows how," said Miss Anastasia, "but she hasn't sufficient authority to govern them proDorly. Ah, poor littlo creatures, they need tbe caro of a mother." This was a bold stroke. A flush rose to the minister's high, pale brow, but ho gave no other sign of emotion. Any reference to his dead wifo pained him, even now that sbo had lain in her gravo two years, but of courso ho did not say so. "You are very kind .to tako suoh an Interest," he murmured a littlo indistinctly. "What would you ad vise I" "I would adviso their being sent to boarding school, Mr. Brown. I have a friend who koops a very select seminary at WoodSbo will bo delighted to tako chargo stock. of Flora and Annie, I ntn sure." "I should not like to part with thorn," said Brown Mr. meditatively. "Aod and what would Locoum of Miss PI per I I wouldn't like to hurt her feelings, and sho lovos the girls dearly." "Tbere'd be no cause for her to feel hurt Tell her simply that force of circumstances compels you to dismiss her. A month's notice will bo suflloient" "It will bo very unpleasant," said tho minister in trepidation. "And whtro will sho go! Sho has no home but this, and not a relative in tho world." "She must And onothor situation," said Miss Anastasia. "She can begin nt once to look for one. 1 ou can tell ber of the contemplated cbango this evening," and, after promising to write at oaco to tho principal of tho seminary at Woodstock, Miss Anastasia left, walking bom in a stato She felt suro of bliss bordering on ocstasy. that she bad put in tbo first wedgo that would lift her toward a homo in tho parsonage, and already Logan to plan tho changes sho would make in its arrange1 And thui it was that tho mlnlstir's socond marrlago enmo about I u)d hardly say that Miss Anastasia No words could adequately was furious. describe her surprise and chagrin. Tho vory courso sbo bad taken with a view to Installing bonelf in tho porsonage bad Installod Miss Piper there. All hor plans bad come to naught Hor castles in tho air bad fallon to tbe ground with a crash. Hor visits to tho parsonage ceased entiroly. Sho no longer consldorod It nocossary to adviso and counsel Mr. Brown. Tho minister novor found auiso to regret his second marrlago. Tho little govornoss proved a devoted, dutiful wife nnd a faithful stepmothor, and sho never d roamed on what n slondcr thread hor happiness bad hung, nor could Imngino why it was that Miss Anastasia Do won treated hor as a, mortal onomy. s Muml S.'s I'nstest Chicago News. Although tbe Associated press says that Maud 8. mado the fastest half-mllon reclUlf-.MIlio Ayer's CherryPectoral Should bo kept constantly nt hand, for uso ill emergencies of tho household. Many n mother, Btartlcil in tho night by the ominous sounds of Croup, limit tho little sullerer, with red mid swullui face, gasping for ulr. In such cases Ajcr's Cherry Pectoral Hiuvuliiabloi Mrs. Emma Gctlucy, 150 West 123 st.,! New York, writes: "Whllo in tho country, last wlutcr, my littlo boy, threo j ears old, was taken ill with Croup; It seemed ns If ho would die from strangulation. Aycr's Cherry Pectoral was tried In small nnd frequent doses, and, In less than half mi hour, tho littlo patient was breathing easily. Tho doctor said that tho Pectoral saved my darling's life." Mrs. Chas. II. Lnndon, Guilford, Coun., wriies: "Aycr's Cherry Pectoral Ulnsonlioimor's RoBtnurAnt OrrositB CouT-Uous- uko JP U8t In its dollcaclcjcerTclln nil atrlcs and on short notice. Look out for tho sign ' Woodbine ltMtau-rant- " and call when you are hungry. lm-li- DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY, Meals are wred tt all hours. Game always on season, oysters frosh nth, and hand and r. lr.ji.tsosiiKuicn .M;y mnrllle, Ky. ! Jyr?rWftfKv J LUMBER YARD. Hiring optned tip a lumber yard In tho Jrrarot r rjft our store, wo are now -e rt Prepared to lurnlsh any klndjof iLumber cut, In the rough. Poitsof alt kinds. titiln-t- i tawcl an.l shaied. Alsj Agents fjr tbo Dan title lUnlngMm.. ffKlTJb cl;IIK4.v. ! (tiro ftt itthrrU friw k lr tf Ut bbm. U th fiibta Butts. mU ii( fctiM i ittlki ft iiravWiiBf ifsxffftol fHattpl I lift I looo-- at tbsfsfftti; mrDlnMtib, tal itltno tT tw iiV'TT" ftftl htnw .(T th fftl mtntbrtRft Uiti ikt ttitl "flit I Wbtti DmMiiM wllh tht ttftiUf met II.stiijrlr1'(pit U tht mnllrlA rUnl tt tht oil fltlji, pa till la TiiLKi CaiasiRti KisiiDf or Hwitt Qrw tin h' Sttitt tht dfirii kaaa um-- lf for Coaiai, Crttp, 1' tntC tnh1 lomm,UeB ftftl M tUltU, ftof cm tl Ui tak it AU strtfclflt Mlt. rr1, ord during her recent trot against timo nt Narragansott park, thore is a tradition that has boon accepted by horsemen horeabouts was that a faster half-milthan 1:03 trotted nt Chicago tlvo years ago. Strange as it may appear Maud S. herself participated in the event If she could bo consulted about tbo mattor sho would probably tell her presout admirers that ouo pleasant afternoon, noteworthy in the trotting calendar as tbo day when she first boat -- :11, sbo trotted from the quarter-pol- o to tho polo in 1:03 Hat That was Sept 13, 1U30, and horsemen are fond of tolling how the quoen of tbe turf crushod all records, and almost outstripped timo itsolf, on tho Chicago track that day. Two days before she bad triod to boat 2:11, and failed by a quarter of a socond. Dut on that auspicious day sho started on her journey at a moderate gait, arriving at tbo quarter polo in 31 seconds. Then she straightened out for tho half, and sped down tbo backstrotchllke r. chestnut streak. Tbo half-mil- e polo was reachod in 33 and tbe spectators on the grand stand could hardly belle vo their stop watchos. On she wont along the lowor turn at an amazing pace. When the three-quartpole was reachod all tbe watchos showod 1:37 Jf from tho start If tho first quarter be subtracted from tuts It will show a foster half mile than was mado at Narragansett park, or has ever been mode anywhere else 1:03. Then she wont on and completed tbe mile in S3 seconds demonstrating thnt Maud 3. was tbe fastest trottor In the world. She has gained little, if anything, in speed since then, although with groater maturity she bas boon oblo to lower the record two cloar seconds. e threo-quarts, t: LUMBER! Drossed Pino Plooring, Oeiling, Weather Boards, Plnlsblnp Lumber, Greon Lumber in tbe Roufjh, including Laths and Shingles. Kor tho conTftilenco of our customers In fJulH fordanJ Ticlnlly wo bate arranilnnwith (lea. . ii-- assortment in Viuinnn lili mrJi where ther can get It as cheap a of our Lumt-er- , r...u...c. IV rrom us ill reel, lie win aio inn any bills not on h.snli. which we will All on short notice. JIELVIX It.i VIM, Lily. Ky. 234m Tht tt- iuai Saved My Life, children hao repeatedly taken Axcr's Cherry Pectoral for Coughs and Croup. It gives Immediate relief, followed by cure." Mrs. Mary K. Kvain, Scranton, Pa., writes: "I have two little boy, both of whom liac been, from Infancy, subject to Iolcut attacks of Croup. About six months ago wc began using Ajei's Cherry Pectoral, nnd It nets like u charm. In a few minutes after the child takes It, ho breathes easily and rests well. Kvery mother ought to know what n blessing I have found tu Ajcr'.t Cherry Pectoral." Mrs. Win. C. Held, Freehold, N. J., writes: "In our family, Aycr's medicines havo been blessings for many years. In cases of Colds and Coughs, wc take nnd nlso the life of my littlo sou. As ho Is troubled wllh Croup, I dare not bo without thU remedy In the house." Mrs. J. Gregg, Lowell, Mum., write?; "My Urf tr tit iiis4 WALTERA.TAYI.0R,AtUntt,Oa, , i dr utoo'Ri nrrm.KitRKnr connui. m?ftrthrt lijMQUrj aal CtlUfta TmiMbi. rriftUfc 4riHiit. Itoth (or iIo by Dr. M. L KOUItNi; hUnforJ. LOGS WANTED. g)) tOUItVIUI m NlwAtAT WW CHICAtO - III lj- - Through Conohoa and Pullman Slooping Cars From LoiiiNYillu lo Clilt'iiKU, Cincinnati to CIiIcjiko, Iiuliiumtiollr tu Chicago. THROUGH TIME TABLE Via I will pay tho highest price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and Hickory Logs delivered at any station of the L. & NM K. 0. or O. S. R. R. J. OTTENHEIMER, Crab Orchard, Ky. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and the Inconvenience Tir. Is soon forgotten." Uulifllle: . . J. C. rnnr.tnr.i nv Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. Lre. LouliTllle ..... Arr. Ijfyctte " Culcijo. ...... . 17 I a SO II i Ul SV0) p in in7it 43 I I m K .11 8 00 a tu OilOlMISSBSIffliT The Wret lloute to Via Cloclnnatl; l.Tn. Cincinnati ... PALABRAS CARINYOSAS. (Tha-nv- f Good-night- "Uf Arr. " Iottlanaolli., Dally. Chlc'K..... tlally 30aiut Utmi .Itu is pm 30 p iu 8 iO p m I 1 I I I lUiu St. Louis & tho Wost I.OMN VIIXi; or OIXI.JVATI. All Tfoino 1 rUlUS Northwest and Southwest by tbe way of Bailey Aldrlch.1 good-nig- ! I havo to say 10 tucu a nosi oi peenoss ininjsl Ague Cure I AYER'S except UunJay. lie sure your tickets real t! the Chattanooga tor Lou-ii- ll Urlll and Cincinnati tusk, direct (oiinrctloo at tboM wllh the Liaht- (L. N A.AC Il'yi as It Is the quickest, tbe txst nlngLiprrason tbe Ohio llnt A Mississippi fur tit ami moil uirfti nun io i uira go anu poinn and all points Weal. in the Northwest. LouIitIII TTniiro Onlrfrom Ixiuis.Ulng or Clncln-- J Tickets Tla the Monon ltoute on talo at all prin two hours HUUlb nsll to Nt. , cipal ticket tor rue, maps auj iuii in lulckrr than any otberlln. glslngour paswnger formation, aJilrrss lime for nimls and first cbolcst or In trains WSI. &. HALPWIN.O. V A , Chlcsgo. going West. ci. A , LouliTllle A. J. () ULII.LV, 1HCNON ROUTE, Ifi oSli-ee- als l. Ine going by way 12Hours Quicker f Chicago. w. Only Line Tla sttl; o. csTdl Always make I WASHINGTON, Baltimore, Philadelphia York City, Willi Tuaoiuii Only Line Fast Timo niid Suro Con With all Lines at nootions A and New St. Louis and Intermedial pointi forx. IPullnian Cars. rla In counec Ion with Old Dominion Hteamiblps to So FcrrltN, Conneetl OninllniKTniiiK. ,r"' ny THE BEST "' tS Klchmntii, Old Point Comrort (HrKcia Scuthw'eat! If you are going W, it to Hotel) aud Xcnport Ncns, rill. In Ih. nn..l...l K ns made In Uuloa p,pt. t. i.6ui. OU i,Dt, cli Ol to t Ac, Stale,, Map., (lulde, and loweat special ral.. er Tlckeu.nd Household Ooods to all point. We4t call on or a.ldrea, K? '.u" Dj.rl,hl Uforioatlon the Weatern A In regard f I'asHngtr Ag't Ohlj And Mercb.snts.and Miners Steamship Line to MlHl..lrP fullwaT. a. BOSTON. Through Trains from Winchester, Ky., to W. W. TKA HOD Y. W. h'hH ATTUL1 IWl l.and (len'l if an'gr. tj C. W. I'AltlS.tMilr.lVas.-.? -- nn,in..i vwti4iBM, .,. UUIU ii-- , - ' KANAWHA FALLS, WniTE SULPHUR SPRINGS And other Famous Vltglnla Springs and Pleasure lie sorts. LI. I. Shortest and Oniokest Ilontn from nn tral Kentnoky to nil Points North, Last, West and Southwest. Fast Line Iletwecn 1 Blood iHiifGniHH Itoittc." Hunting, Fishing, llallilng and all kinds of recreation fur tho tourist, invalid or sportsman. This line runs through tlm Allegbany Mountains, on the banks ol beautiful rlTeriand OberrTatlon Cars on Hay Trains. Regulir aud all can U tickets good fur atop-or- fif-tc- THE NEA .SHORE. LEXI.GTO. fchedulo ss n, first-clacom-blne- Effect Oct. 11, ISSS. A CI.VCIW.VTi por-for- m d "Vo. 6, "sNoTIJ- Hoch-Cocswithout extra expento, Fur full lnforui.i-tlorates at Holds, analysis of M.dliinalbprliigi, Kx. Hun. Iaily Ex. 8un. 1'ullmin bleeping Car space, Tickets, Ac, call on LTe. ('OT)n.'ton . or addras 8 10 a m a 10 p re 2 00 n m w. n. WHnTLKsnv, ' J almniith .... 9 M am V w. ii. Mci:om:hTd, ti m Trar, I'asvnger Apt Ticket Agent, (juiliUna. ,11 iri a m 10 SI II IB 1 SI p m n p n 4 37 Htanford, Ky. Ky. Arr. I'arl n ui II vu l U O ! p U ' IrfllUloll .. (). W. NniTll, 7 P l II. W. J'lTM.IlIt. B 17 p III (4ea' (len'l i'ass'r Ag'l .T, Paris II am 11 oj dih &a , M Itlrbmntirt Vlrilnla. Arr. Winchester . 11 o pm II 10 pm 6 u poj 1) (I. KMVAKDtf, lllcliiniind.... (lan'l t Agent. Cincinnati, 0. 7i4pD Ijincaster .... 5 ??l" pin Mirtr, !... Vntn-vgv- I Purifier aa5K WW , , 1 '", ltowland illcliiuuuii 6 O'J p mi '" I.lrlnstnii. "" . . jit n a 00 No. u pm nm in ZZZZZ" No. 10 11 I Nortii-Doum- 11 3 No. 1 Tes-andi- sleep-walkin- mm SBll .itS iM MTfR 2 LTe. Arr. Illebir.oud r i.iti. ivjnunu m " I.lrltu.ton., Iterea .... i T ft Air i....i ;",c",'f .. a a in S5a ml CO tt m.. . n . a fn 08 a u,l I chi .,. Sarsaparilla AYER'S Arr. Wiuchostei. Arr l'arli Ltu. Ixsxlngloii Lve Paris " Cyntblana. " rnlmoutli .. Arr. CoTlngton .. I.TO. ltlclllllODd .. 'iniin (8 a 8 m B 0 a m 2S pm 2 25 a in' 3 2A a in 1 It 30a 7 23 a 8 20 a 8 S3 a U S8 a m m m m m P m 8 30 p in 8 M p in 1 Ji no j;. !! i 111 m g I 20 pm 5 20 pm 8 lit pm ft: pm , Swift's Specific lialf-bre- rd JSIAlJSVIM.i: IIIIAMJII. NoaTH-UoUN- n rami Coniliiintioii -- Is nature'sjown remedy, made from roots gatbercl Lto CoTlngton.... " Uxluglou .... Irom Die forests of Georgia. Tbo luotbod by which from tbe It Is madi was obtained by a Creek Indians who Inhabited a certain jmrllon of " Carlisle....8 joTprn"".:. ::::::: :::- (lOurgla, which was communicated to one oi tbo si. ...in." early eettlen, and.thus tbo formula lias been banded down to the present day. Tho shore cut represents tbe method of uunufacture twenty yrnra ago, by Mr. C. T. Hwlft, ono of the pretenl pioprl-etor- i. Tbe demand has been gradually Increasing Lto MarsTllle...... " .Tnliiisnii until a 1100,000 laboratory Is now ntcosKiry tosup' Carllsln ply Uia trade. A fordgn demand has been created " Mlllcisburg and enlarged lacllltles w ill b necessary to meet It. Arr Paris " Lexington This great Dally 'Ex. Sun. Ex. Hun. 2 00 7 25 a m, 4 20 S ii, f)7 W) "' ." pm pm i- - :. "' iu ou .?. 7.J ? - 5 1 S HOUTII-BOl'N- n in 7 pm rfo. 82 rKoToT Dally Dally Ex. Hun. Ex. Sun " " 2 l" n in 11 " CiTlnlon hare-braine- d Vegetable Blood Purifier cuaw iigp 25 p m JS a iu 4 47 p m 8 IB a in; 8 15 pm J 10 a m1 A in m 8 pm in fi27a 2(5 7 7 5 45 n m m! 2 a 3MPW 4 llpio !.., n Weekly Courier Journal Coiteer, Cutarrli, Scrofula, Ki'cma, cers, ltlieuiiiittlsiii, Hlood Tnlnl, Ul- NoTK.-Tra- lns S nnd 4 are dally viZ cluster. Leslngton and CoTlngtou; between traSs other aro dally except Sunday. Direct eonii.cllnns Bit mado at Winchester Cluaaneake A Ohio for Jit. bterl k A.hlXl IJuutiugion, ChnrUstoo, w, Va., and Eastern cilJ par-ioti- 'I h ersfil N'it $38(M!),aMl. 6 value of Ken-utk- j i. lUrodltary or otbirwlie, without tho uso ol Mercury or l'otasli. IJooksou "Contfglous Blwl Ptlaan" aud ' Wood " raalM frsw. nnd Hlln Dl rvpreecntatlro nswipaper of the South, democratluiuie ic r.ml foratarltf for revtmio only, and the beit, tor m'c by all UrujrglsU. (itk oxiuuMM lit UbfJ M watuli lirlglitcM ruiI al)lot family wrakly in tho United THE affllT SPK0IFIC CO., U prluted t 1 ruwlt u ib anoiot run owe If 1luW. fboae who ilMlre to examine a sample Iliawor t, AtlanU, Or. X. Y. II S8d It. '.e.y of iU C'ou.'iii. J arj.ilcai do seat this office. yuil r j U rr. Courier-Journa- WCh'ingioi:1!'0"11' TliroiMh Va - "J W"K ? Kjr llckfts and baggage c lUatlnatlon r.ached by s rll7la,l. iitled In ""y 8. 1 .11. JIOllsi:, W. II. WIlITTLKBnY. c.w.sMinr. 3 h. w. pm7