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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885102701 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. mm VOL. XIV. jmMSlMhlj) $nicrior$otmutl Puhlithett Tttcmtav find Friday weekln INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS. OANIflLLE, 9t ntefio - Mrs. Alford bo7hT HUST0NVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. W. t" uttfttai NO. 68. E. Is a Candidate for Assetsor, subject to tbe action of tho Democratic pirty. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1885. BOYLE COUNT 83. OU W XX2Il A.IV3VUIV1 to nn patd strictly In airanco. If we has wait anr titan, $3.00 will be chard.. W. P. WALTON. A FAMOUS CONTEST. r years English yacht bulldor havo not boon able to produce nor English sailors Mil n yacht floet enough to wreat the cup away from IU cnptom. AnJ what odds oven greater lntorost is that in most of tho rncos of into years for its the fninoui old craft which originally won it in 1851 has vnteruJ tho listi and honolf oully Tanqulshod tho crack vowels tout over to seize It This proros conclusively thnt in the scionce of ship inodollng and ship sailing Americans nro still aboad of tbeir llrlt-if- h thirty-fou- Chlcftjo Hcriilil.J Tbo history of the famous yacht raoo of 1851, by which tho notod "America's Cup" wm won by tho yacht America against tho whole Heat of Urltlth yacht's li a. inoit one, and it Is tnoJo all tho uioro so from tho circumstance that in all theia cousin;. Tbo yacht Amorlcs, the sums now owned by Gen. flutter, was built in 18.W by the famous George Steers, the most successful rioslgnsr of shlpi this country over The famous California Clippers wero the creation of Steers' goulut, and hit death ha had completely revolution' American marine architectural To I) I in wo owe the beautiful, itrnlght, sharp long, sweeping; lines and grace bows, the pro-duco- d. be-fa- ixl fully rounded sterns which characterise most American ships of Ho died whllo still younif, but had ho lived wo might have boon Indebted to him for many other imprOTomeuU In the science of the ship building. The America was built by Mr. Steers by order of five New York gontlomen, who Intended to take her to Kngland and display her at the World's fair of ISSI as an Illusg tration of tbo progress made la In America. Tho gentlemen wera Com-modo- According to a recent centm Greenland contains a population of $10,000, Tho nite of the city of Boston wan told in 1035 by John Illackttone for 20. The White MounUin towns net about $1 000,000 oil of Bummer visitors. Young Housewife "What, iiuch miserable little eggt? You really must tell them, Jane, to let the limn nit on (hem a little longer." A Colebrook (Conn ) farmer lost a Water bury witch in his potato field last June. Two weeks ago, while digging a hill, the walch wm found, and, with a shake, commenced running again all right. A Canadian crank sajs that if you will trim your linger nails every Friday you will never havo the toothache. Hercules Wilton, coloreJ, haa resigned hi seat in the Georgia Legislature, givinj ai his reason that he can nuke more tnoner by laying brick at from 51 to $5 a day. Itia eald that a bee can pull more in proportion to its mo than a hone. "We don't know as to thai," gays the editor of the Duena Vista Demozral, "but they are quite powerful when they back up to you and pcab." The white of eggs is raid to cure the most obstinate caset of diarrhoj i. That of eight or ten eggs are bettcn up and made into an emulsion with a pint of water. This is to betaken in divided q untitles during the day. More may be given if desired. The intipid tsste can be improved with lemon, anisr, or sugar. In case of colic, a few drops of tincture of opium may he added J. W. Quinn nnd Margaret t. J. Burger builder of tho famous Btovem battery; Hamilton Wilkes. J. li. Finley, and CJeorge I Schuyler. Incidentally they meant, is possible, to tecuro an International match, though at the time tbo America's kol was laid they did not know that tho royal yacht squadron bad ottered n cup to bo silled for nt Cjwoi, cjwn to all nations. When tho America was flnlthed Coorgo Steers hlnnolf sailed her to lUvrv, and In a few weeks C mmud ro Stevens joinod h- -r ml took J. C. Btovons, Edwin A. 8'vent, j or accepting challenged. Indl, the America boveivd about tbo Hrltl'h channel maDy weeks loforo she had oven a nibble at ber bait Finally Commodortt Stevens pewtod in the club houve at Cones a challenge to sail the America In a match agalnit any Ilrltlth vessel whatever for any sum from 1,000 to 10,000 guineas. This challenge was left opon till Augiiit, 1531, but no reply The ouly notfeo English to it was received. yacht men would take of it was n pollto rcfYronce t the rontUi of Aug ?J and an invitation to outer tho Aiiierfca there, as Btovem had a right to do. Ttilt was not satisfactory altogether, for the coininodoro did not caro to raco all the of tho royal squadron to win a mero cup worth iV) guineas, but Anally, nt tho oarnott request of Americans In England and of many EnglMi who felt nhamed that tbey bad no yacht owner of sufllclent nerve to The tackle tho bol Yankee, ho cojimntil. ogntta t ok iilnco Au;. 22, and there rsro rlghUon entries Incluiling the America. Tuo wore tho crack yachts of tho llrltUh iquadrou. Tho jirlzo was tbo famous cup clUnvl by tho royal yacht siuadrr)n. and the oouno lay nrouud the lilo of Wight llecauto of tho American entry tliero was a vast cone uro of pooplo to wltnoii It, ovou tho queen lutinlng down in her yacht t) tho fluid. It was the luteution of ihs Americans to glvo not only n display of 1 irx; 1 but alto of soamaushlp, an 1 wi a crack crow was carried over from New York, under charge of Hlclinnl Drown who died butaffw months ng) in llrooklyn. This crow1 w,u trained like that of n N hen tl.o signal wa made to got under way tho America wus the lastto trip hur anchor, and she toemi'd to I o In no hurry. Thou liko n tlnfli her bu formal wat sproad, thou in a second her Jd, her niruntiiil, and her gnllt p all, and m lots thnn half n mill-n- t ber nnchor hung to hor bow, un 1 she 111 lod nway as gracofully as n swan. Within tho llrst minute tbo vast superiority of tho Logan at America becamo apparout Sbj onoo to glide up to tho llcot and to pat one von'ol niter nnothor, nnd boforo tbo Fteam-or- s which weio to tako pauongeri to Vont-no- r bml got fairly under way sho had taken fourth place. Tho Nab light was tho turning point, and when Mio roundod that there km but one vosmjI nbead. From tin Nab to St Cathot lues the wind was ahoad, and hero tho America fcbowad hor groat .u priority in laying to tho win 1. As Dick Wo left them Itrown said in hit ropirt: so fast from hero on that when we got to tho Point tliero wasn't one in night From St. Cutuarinat In the win 1 was leading, and, cracking on every stitch of canvas, dipt Brown took his vessel into Cowes speed, and when be at a fourteen-kuo- t droppod his anchor not a competing veetel was in sight The bold Yankee had cleaned out every flrlUsh vessel, and her victory was oomploto. Ihe queen, from her yacht, remarked ; "Quartermaster, are tho yachts -man-of-wa- r, rommaixL Tho njiinnranM of the yacht nttmctol a great deal of attention In England. llor boautlful mud el, her graceful linos, hor clou I of canvas, and, abovo all, hor lleutneai strange tales of which bid niched the llritlih ears made all the Cowrs yachtsmen wary about encouraging It is raid that Hon. Phil. I). Thompson, the Representative elect from Mercer coun-ty- , proposes in the next Legislature to abol ish all the Common Pleas, Chancery and Criminal Courts in the Slatr; to increase the numbrr of Circuit Courts so that each district will contain a much less number of countit than at present, and provide, where the business requires it, for holding three or four terms of court per year in each county. If Mr. Thompson will at the name time permit (he Superior Court to expire, limit the rijht to appeal from the Circuit Courts to felonies and high misdemeanors, and in civil cace.i to controversies involving at least $300; and provide salaries of $3,000 to $1,000 for the Circuit Judge, he will be a benefactor to his Stale, and the people of this generation Louisville will rise up and hles him Times. I'tiNEKViKii Cuiar.viTs. The chestnut is notstrlcllr a fruit, but thousands of bovs and girlis like to eat it in late fall or win ter, and many of them do Lot preserve it so that it shall be pleataal ta'ing in winter. Generally it soon become as hard as a marble, but thii is unnecessary. When first gathered put the uut in a common bag-- not a paper one and expore them a fe days to the nun and ar on tome roof, wood pile or fence. Stir tt cm over occasionally, eo that they do not sweat and mold. Tbev will become little wilty, and when this. U the case unilormly and they sem dry, hang them in tne cellar not in any chest cr cliaet upstairs bo that no motue, squirrel or rat can resch them. If properly cured when placed there they will remain sweet and soft all winter; If not cured they will mold in the cellar, while above the cellar they will leome loo hard for anybody's teeth. The four Nation il B inks at Richnnnd, to the Ky,, have Hggregate rtiource amount of S2.01S.179 Inst, place adioining the toll gte on the DanQuarterly court begsn this (Monday) ville road nnd has taken pisnestion. morning with nino petition cases and 22 Tho called meeting of the Presbyterian church for considering tho question of the BummofBea. Mr. Isaac Lyons has gone to Hot election of a putor, took no sclion on Sun8prings to seek relief from rheumatism. day because of the small number in attenMrs. W. H. Waggoner, of Frankfort, is dance. Another meeting is appointed for visiting Mrs. J. W. Yerke, thin city. next8unday and an eunest call is issued The meeting nt tho Walnut Btreet for a full representation. Methodist church still continues with a Mews. Jack and Jack Weatherford, number of additions. Kev. II. C. Morrison, cousins, of Louisville, are visiting relative' of Louisville, went home last Thursday. here. Mr. Kemper, of Girrard, and wife-l- ate Miss Wot are here with friends. J. C, foldwell has sol J to John Shelley the farm reconveyed to him by tho heirs of Jke Robinson, of Lincaster, is smiling the late L. G, Reed for $9.CG0 taking in genially amid the familiar surroundings of part payment Shelley town property nt $3,- -' his former horns. L C Alcorn, of Dan500. The farm contain! 1G3 acres and ia (it ville, made us ono of his "anjel visits" ualed a short distance north of town. (accompanied by a sure enough angel in "Dido" ia a beautiful black and Ian the person of Miss Lsttle Cowan) Sunday terrier and is owned by a lady who lives evening. Frank Shipmin made his ap. near town. She in a very intelligent nni-- i pearacca the same day, looking handsomer mat and deyotedly nttached to her mistress than ever. G. M. Givens returned from so much so that she actually wee pa when Grand Lodge with several new dots in separated from her. She Is n watchful Masonry. Joe F. Hocker, 'Squire Dime!, bodyguard but seems to discriminate be- and others have received dispensation for tween welcome visitors and intruder) by a new lodge at McKinney. never harking at tho former. She allows Geo. O. Birnes' tribute to the memory none not even a member of the family to of his valued friend, J. C. Young, is manly, approach her mistress' apartments at night eloquent and jmt. His theory is undoubtwithout a vigorous remonstrance. The on- edly true. The same view was presented ly exception made is in favor of the lady's by Dr. E. P. Humphrey, of Louisville, in a huehind whose step Bbo seems to recognize. thrilling notice of the brilliant but burIf her tnistrexa ia asleep and she wishes to dened life, and thejtragic but heroic death attract her attention she will jump upon of that slrangeiy gifted man. Those who her bed and utter a growl close to her ear, knew him most intimately and ehared hie appearing to know that the lady'd hearing confidence most fully, unite their attcsta-lio- n to hii fearful conflicts and his self- is not perfect. If anyone is sick about the house she shows her understanding of the sacrificing steadfastness in his determined situation by harking lem and by being more struggle. Former ages were called to witorderly in general. The attachment be- ness and record tho unshaken constancy of tween this remarkable little dog and her the ancient martyr: but none of that con- mistress is mutual and so great is the in- 8 crated host ever contended more gallanttelligence shown by tbo former, that the lat- ly, endured more nobly, or was entitled to ter is almost inclined to adopt the views of wear more royally the martyr's the evangelist, Geo. O. Barnes, who leveral diadem, The Baptist meeting closed Jon Friday months ago announced his belief in the imwith six additions to the church. The mortality of some of the lower animals. closing sermon was of a kind not usual in The following is a genuioe composition the final exercisa of a fervent religious of a little girl at one of tho public schools meeting. It was just a noUtical slump in Cincinnati: speech in advocacy of the prohibition party The hen is a foul and is unlike from othso called. It was certainly a sermon with er animals in thoae ways the ben has to legs the gospel left out. It omitted, however, while tho other animals have four and the none of the fanatical cant, loose logic, false hen is like gi'ls and boya and girls in that statistic nor slang phraes of the average way and its feathers are laid on ita back temperance politician. Even the dignified like shingles and they are pointed toward pet phrase "liquid damnation" was duly its tail and it has to legs and oa the end of ventilated. It is a little remarkable, the these toes and long sharp nails which they unanimity with which all orators adopt scratchin, the ground witti and get their this euphonious and elegant expression. It food tho hen has to little tiny ears which has been my fortune to be called upon freyou can hardly ste and in front of the ears quently during a series of years to revise are to little bits of wholes which form the manuscripts designed to be read as e33ays, nose and next comes the long sharp bill ordeliveredas orations, nnd I don't rememwhich they pick up their food with which ber one in which this original sarcasm did now forms tho head and face of the hen not appear. I have been at a loss therefore The end. to determine whether it is a ehiboleth or Little Johnny Fmztetop got tho idea in- orthodoxy, or simply a pious form of to his hi rl from attending Sunday school "cufsin" iu which the pent up spirit seeks that he could get anything ho wants by relief. If Bro. P. has not a contract with simply praying for it. A few evenings ago the prohibition candidates for pecuniary while engaged in his devotions he prayed reward, they should surely remember him a pony, a new suit of Sun-da- v in their prayers if they ever pray. for a base-ba- ll, a shotgun, a quarter ol a dolclothes, Virginia democrat are disappointed at lar and yarious other things which ho needthe refutal of the pres'dent to attend the ed. While Johnny was thus praying his brother Tommy burst into tears and said in atate fair. IvAaf Can Be Done ? an agonized voice: By trying again aud keeping up couraje many "Mamma, please make Johnny stop. He thlugi seemingly luiposilbls may be attained. is praying everything nway from me." Hundreds of hoptleu cases of Kidney and Liver Texaa Sifting". Complaint have Inen cured by Electric Bitters, life-boug- ht obtained license to marry on the 22 J H. Wright's I. HEXNEDY Millinery and Dress Making jsjzw Finar. & GEOKGE S. CARPENTER Is a Candidate for Coanty Clerk, subject to the tion of the Democracy. ac- Mrs. M. V. Tnblcr JIIss Ella Smilej J. SI. JOII.SO. Js a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, subject to tbe action ol tbe Democracy. Have formed n partnership and can hereafter be found on the 8. W. corner of Main and Depotsts.. .B...VJ?' wl" MP on an a 'u'l line of prepared to do dress-atttn- g and making on short notice. Patronage solicited. GZ-- tf TO THE LADIES or WILLIS C. BARXETT Is a Candidate lor the office of Jailer of county, subject to primary election of theLincoln Democratic party.. MoKINNEY AND VICINITY. I am receiving a handsome line of Which I Invite the ladies of McKinney and vicinity to call and examine. Also a nice line of Velvets and Itlbbonstn latest styles for dreses. 03Kespectfully, Jlra. JI. ?'. TA lit, Ell. -t FALL & WINTER MILLINERY, T.D.NEWLAXD Is a csnaldate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, ject to the action of the democracy. sub- W. L. DAWNOX Is a candidate for Jailer ol Lincoln County, to tho action of tho Democratic party. sub-Jec- PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSIC, sic t OWEXS ...... Il.t... . . Jaucr oi Lincoln county, ject t the action of the Democratic party. T. m SAM. M. --- t""1"'" . We are agents for the old and reliable John Church Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio, for the sale of Pianos. Organs, Automatic Musical Instruments and Musical Merchandise in Lincoln and Garrard tountles, Kentucky. Monthly VavmmtH received sub- R. CARPENTER as County Attornev KnabeA Co., Hazelton Bros., L'verett and New England Pi anos, either upright or square. In Organs, tho follown ing makers: Clougn A Warren, John Church 4 Co. and the Sterling, with tba patent niahcrn: Wm. Decker A. Son, untllpald for. The bent Htantlttnl subject to the action of tbe Democratic Is a Candidate for R. C. WARREX to the office of Attorney of the 8th Judicial trlct, subject to tbe action of tbe Democracy. DIs. Is a Candldata for The Celenteon,n Automatic Musical Instrument, tne most perfect in tbe world. Illustrated catalogues sent f ree to all who apply, also tbe best references from those who have bought and tried any of tbe above musical Instruments. Address us at Stanford, Ky. 37-l- Chime Hells Attachment. s. It. Jb L. J, COOK. fh?Ml0eriHotd,1iM4ln 8tIMt' tW0 d00r' beT Pure Nitrous Oxlds Qai administered when SURGEONHUFFMAN, DI3NTIHT ' 8TANF0KD, KY. DB. W. B. PENNY. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr ThiB Old and Well - Ejiown STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Office on Lancaster street, rext door to Intb-wo- r JocRSAt. office. Office hours from S to 12 a. k. and 1 to 8 p. m. Anesthetics administered when neewsary. r. 1154-ly- Snntl.K Hotel Still Maintains its High Reputation, AND FOR SALE, A Its Proprietor in Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Gneitc. DesirableResidence On Danville street, In Stanford. The lot contains twoBcresand has onlt a comfortable dwelling, Baggage nlll be conveyed to and from the de stable, wood-hous- c, corn crib, a splendl d cistern free or chargs. Special accommodations and a huge number of fruit and ornamental trees to Commercial Travelers. The Bar trill This Is one of the most desirable residences in the always supplied with the choicest place. For terms and further particulars, applv to 5C-l- JOUX Jt. I'liizii'S, ! Stinford. brands or Llaaors and Clears. 2 FINE LINCOLN FARMS FOR SALE WHEN We offer for sale two of the best Farms in Lincoln county, hy. Both He 3 miles from Bus. tonvlfle, on tbe Mlddleburg pike. No. 1 Contains 340 Acros, COMPETENT! H. A. HALE, Well watered, fenced and Improved. We will sell 200 acres out of the heart of lt,or275 acres or the wnole-o- l It, No. 2 Contains 140 Acres, Well Improved, fenced and watered, lying Just across tne pike from No. 1. Both Farms are nearly all In grass and both are sightly and productive. Terms easy. . ,T. It YE, Principal, "Im J n JOS. COFFEY, BustonTllle, Ky. Short-Han- d Institute - - - When needing anything In; the line of Wall Paper Decorations, Paints, oils, Varnishes, "Window Glass, and Painters' Suuplies Qener ally, That LOUISVILLE, KY. A. E. Gibbons, .til SI., Dnnville, post-offic- e, has a full, fresh and brand new stock of all tbe above goods, which he proposes to dispose of at the SHORT - HAXB BY MAII.. Near the inslghtl' "Which is flmtC "TJie America." "Which is second!" "Ah I your majesty, thero is no second." Ajfcl so tbo famous cup passed Into tho custody of the Americans, where it has remains:! to this day. In 1S57, sir year after their victory, the owner of tho America made a trmt deed of' tho cup to the Njw York Yacht club, by which it wai made u porpetuul challenge cup, to be cometod for at any time on plx month.' notice by nuy foreign yacht of cons bunion. Of course from thlity to U d the Ilrltlth Mere tho only ouoi it was woul 1 ever bo able to challenge for it, and so it has provoJ. No other foreign yadit bus over competed for It Svon the liritlsu allowed eleven years to go by bofore Uiey folt that they had a vessel v hlch they dared pit ngaintt tho crack New York sup-povo- 'j.Y. may it pleuso your majesty." Yes-sel- s. from Judge Durham to a gentleman in this city says that the highth of his ambition is to discharge his 1'uUn Ttu(li In the Surf. whole duty to the Government in the ofAsbury Park Journal "I havo noticed." said a bathing-homfice ho is now filling, and that the Governclerk yesterday, "that tbero Is ono nrticlo him in the least. never reported In tho lint of things missed or's place don't bother and stolen and that's fals) teeth. Why, This is characteristic of tho man. To the wo havo two or throo dozen sots of nrtiflcial discharge of every public trust to which ho teeth in thii oilleo now." Tho clerk herd has been called he devotos his time acd showed tho roporti)r n largo box llllol with them. Thoro wore that mutt havo his energy without reference to the fuluro cost fancy prices when now, "Yoi," tho This has been the secret of his euccew, and cloik continual, "wu 11 ml them somotimos has von (or him the confidence and the rewhere bathors havo loft in tho Danville Advocate. thorn forgotten thorn, and woro too so:uI-ttv- e spect of the people to como back and make Inquiry. Ligtning duei its work before thu victim "In nil my oxporlonco I nevor know but two eoplo who had the courage to como hero knows anything. Two men were slruck and toll their story. Tho first ono was nn whilo taking refuge under a trto. Both old Iiuly. Wo told hor that we had n largo were carried into a house and laid out for vtock of the nrticlos sho was in quost of on band, mid I gave her this box, and told hor dead. Ojo of the men revived, and, after to tako her choice. Sho fat down nnd ex- weeks or terrific saflering and infirmity, he amined net after et and finally broko out in got out again, nnd is still living. He said a cry of delight, 'Ohl hero they are,1 When he knew no nioro about having been struck 1 turned nrounJ, sura enough sho was smiling nt inn through a row of shining tooth by lightning than he was conscious of havthat looked as though they belonged to her ing lived before tho flood. It was all news if thoy didn't to bim when he was told of the fact. "Tho othor caso I referred to was that of a gontleman who wont in at Llllagore's and Under a law granting a right of action lost his set In the water. It was jut an n half afterward when ho walked against the party who last furnished liquor hour and up to this otllce end beguu tolling me about to an intoxicated person who may commit bis bard luck. Whllo we were talking ono any damage, a Lawrence (Mass.) man has of tho bathing mnaters banded mo a sot that $150 for injuries he sustained nad just washed ashore, Tho gentleman ex- recovered amined them and Bald thoy were his, and I by having a drunken man fall against him, guess they were, too, for they flttod bis but the paloon-keepc- r against whom the mouth exactly." award was given, haa appealed the care (ot Iter Sunburn. Confederate Colonists. New York Bun.) Tbo Confederate colonists who wont to Thoy toll at Now (tort of a girl who by Brazil In 1803, fearing that life in their clroumitaiices was kept In town late. She had no notion of lot- native land would be made unendurable (or ting ber acquaintances know. She would thorn, are multiplying and thrlvinr In a tell them that sho bad boon soveral woeks In most encouraging manner. the Catskllls. Ah I but ber white face would Awe Inspiring. betray her. Sho meditated. It a parlor Tbo awe inspiring uniform of the Swiss bo painted on, why could complexion couldn't the ruddy brown of outdoor expos- cavalry U dark sjroon, facod and trlmmbd ure bo counterfeited I She wont to a storo with prpl"- - Hoglments on tho marou wborti ootinotics and colors for theatrical must looh Uko moving millinery shops. uto nro sold, and bsught the material for Ducken's Arnica Salre. tie de'lred tan. Whon sho got to Newport nnd doicrlbod her exhilarating trip to the The Dfsl Silve la the world lor Cuts, Ilrulaes sunmountain! her faco boro tho requisite lllicuiu, Fever Bores, Tetter, Chapped Soret, burn, hiding the bluih of tbo liar. HauJi, Chilblain), Corns and all Skin Kruptloni, Thoso who fear lost the humor has gone and positively curei I'iles, or no pay required. I, U guaranteed to gUe J erfect tatlihctloo, or money out of tho western frontlor may bo A nowspapor just startod in Kau. refunded. Price 25 cents jier box. F.r snlo by riuny A McAlliUr. tas is uatiiad The Thoninj County Cat A rntVATE letter o hath-huuso-ad-ver- so roas-luro- after everything e'.so had been tried In Tiln. So don't think there is no cure for you, but try Electric Bitters, There Is no medlolne so safe, so pure and so perfect a Blood PurlQcr. Electric BIttera will cure DyipcptU, Diabetes and all Diseases of the Kidneys. Invaluable in affections of Stomach and Liver, nnd overcome all Urinary Difficulties. Large Bottles only 50 cents a bottlo it Fenny A. McAlIstcr. Excitement in Texas. Cireat excitement has been earned in the vicinity of Paris, Tcxns, by the remarkable recovery of Mr. J. E. Corley, who was eo helpless ho could not turn In bed, or raise his bend; everybody said be A trial bottle of Dr. wts dying of Consumption, King's New Discovery was sent him. Finding relief, he bought a large bottle and a box of Dr. Klng'sNow Life Pills, and by tbe tlmo bo had taken two boxes of Pills nnd two boxes of the Discovery ho was well and bad gained in flesh thirty-pounds. Trial bottles oi this Great Discovsix ery for Consumption free at Penny A McAltiter's. Positive Cure for Piles. To the peopled this county wo would say that we have been given tbo Agency of Dr. Msrchlil's Italian l'llo Ointment emphatically guaranteed to cure or money refunded Internal, External, Blind Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price SOc a box. For sale by Penny A McAlister, Druggists. Moat Reasonable Figures That can be made outside or Inside the cities. Dealing exclusively In tho above line, you can find at bis store a better assortment to select from at more satisfactory prices than elsewhere. L.&N. Louisville & Nashville R, R. Window Glass, Mixed Paints and Fine Varnishes a Speoialty. A TUB Or.EAT Carpets and Builders' Paper constantly on hand. low. trial It solicited and satisfaction 6M Third Street, Danville, Ky, TO THE A. E. GIllttOXN. Is sure to fol- THROUGH TRUNK LINE Dr. E. J. Mckorson, SOUTH & WEST Physician and Surgeon, Offiie on WITH Pullman Palace Sleepers. FiOIliBYillO 4th St., - Danville, Ky. Piles aud FlHlulii Porlcctly Cured. No Knifo, Ligaturo or Caustic Usod. Treatment Mild, No Detention From Easiness. Caro Certain nnd Permanent. Cure, Xo Pay. Xo to Nashville, 4 Memphis' Atlanta, iftt n nfti l.imc Hock, Mobile aud New Orlenns. Only ono change to points In Daughters, Wires and Mothers, We emphatically guarantee Dr, Marchlsl's a Female Itemcdy, t cure Female Dls eases, such as Ovirlan troubles, Inflammation and Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or bearing down felling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Changed Llfeuchorrhcra, besides many weaknesses springing from the above, like Headache, Bloating, Spinal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, Palpitation of the Hoart, Ac. For ials by Druggists. Prices 91 and 1 SO per bottle. Send to Dr. J B. Marchlst, Utlcs, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. r sale by Penny A McAlister. Druggists, Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Seeking homes on tbe line of this road will recelie Special Attention also Given to Chronic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, As well as all Diseases peculiar to Women, Chajwos moderate Dr. N. can be consulted free of .hargeand will be tound at his office at all times tbe next three months. special rates. Consumption Cured, An old physician, retired from practice, having had placed In his banJs by an East India missionary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy and permaneut cure of Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma and all Throat and Lung Affections, als a positive nnd ra Ileal cure for Nervous debility and all Nervous Complaints, aftr having tested its wonderful curatlro lowers in thousands of cases, has felt it bis duty to make it known to his suffering fellows. Actuated by this motive and a desire to relieve human suffering, I will send free of charge, to all who deslro It, thii recipe, in German, French or English, with full directions for preparing and using. Sent by mall by addressing with stamp, naming this raper, W. A. Novks, 19 Towors Block, lloeoe ter, N. V. 1 ftVSee Agents of this Compiny lor rates, ro utei &c; or write C. P. ATMORE, O. P. AT. A., Louisville, Ky, tr By permission he refers to the following 8, Dosley, (I. A. Lackey, S. Irwin, Stanford, Ky.; Judge (! F. Lee, Tom Murphy, W. P. Temple, John St. Spoonamorn, Sim Cook, Dan-vllKy.; Kov. J. A. llogte, Iluitonvllle: H. O. Sutton, J. 8. Koblnson, Lancaster, Ky.: Thos. U. Walker, C. C. Chrlsman. Klrkavllle, Ky.; J. B. Johnson, llryantsvllle, Ky.; J. P. Daniel, McKinney: Ky.; O, J. Dosley, Lebanon, Ky.. Geo. Lew-I- s, Campbellsvllle, Ky ; A. A. McDInnls , Bowling Green, Ky.; Geo. Bohon, Judge J. W. Hughes, Harrodsburg, Ky.; C. C. Shumate, McAfee, Ky, Did you Sufi? pose Mustang Liniment only good for horses? It is for inflamma tion of all flesh. TlilQ DADCD ntnytw found on fllnnt OeaP. Newspaper Co' llnwWI rtrCn(tuHpruce Ht., lluri'nu w cuotrucUmoyboiuadoforlt IN MEW hr. lulvertlslim OUli. the d,tff.irence. For mjeelf, I wllj Jopk with .the LORD. 1 will.cberjsh dear John's memory with the sorrow of a loving admiration; for I kLo his btAti I have men DEALER IN Pays a Loving Tributo to tho Lato it bleedlnz. I know hie loyal love to the October 27, 1885 28,054; Northrup, 2 063. Stanford, Ky, Young;. unJohn 0. 8svlor. It his been tested for 7 years, Groceries, Hadillcm Homo 8 Hardware, The mother of EJwin Bxtth died at der my own knowledge. I know how true Qiiccuswaro, Ilitggy Whips, Natlft, Iron, the residence of hereon, Jutlui A. Botb, V7. P. WALTON. narHCfw, Cano MHIh, ISnffKV Wheel, Sloven, in New York, of pneumonia, aged 83 "Praise tha Lord. God is Loreand N oth-in- to the best that is (n man, he wai, I will onlv know him thus, now and ever, while GratcH, Cider M Mitt, Lap Cover, Spo&u, has appointed E. Van Tne PreslJent Else." blind to no fault and never cilllng evil, Nhcllcr, Stoneware, RIiuh, An iffort Is now bsing raado to add to Lone, of Indiana, to be Chief Justice of good, nor darknesi, light. This is no place glory of Gen. Grant by detraciing from New Mexico, ylce Judge Vincent removed. PnosrEcr Point. Landour, N. India, the to speak of how dear he was to our whole Oliver Chiliad, Champion Stool and Brinley Combined Plows, Wooden! am Sept. 12, 1885, The appeal of Reit, the half breed, for the not Terr delectable memory of Andy familv. We mourn him almost as ono says that the a new trial, has been refused by the EngCast Stomps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin RoofFROM LA3T ISSUE. CONTINUED Johnson. Chauncey Djpew ing and Guttering; will have prompt attention. You will never persuade me that defeat torn from our own circle. He seemed thought scrioutly of recognizing the lish government and he will hang for trea-bo- n. latter J IP. JO. Mc Kinney, ijrtf-.,,.- -,. Is always disgrace: or that dishonor ensues blood kin to all of rts. Though I have members from theSiuth and the democrat John Howell, a farmer, residing near becauio clubbed muskets are no match for known him since 1845 when as a mere of the North aa the Congress of the United of 3 or 4 years of Vgo, wo Gon. Grant promptly nip- Starruccs, Wayne county, Pa., shot four loaded guns, and serried ranks of trained In- "tot" of h child States, but that college boys used to decay him through THE NJB1V GROCERY AND HARDWARE HOUSE OF ped the deolgn in the bud and that he la of his children, ranging in ago from three fantry: or that GOO beaten back beforo as manv thousands, backed by blazing artil the rear gate of his fathet'd house in order therefore responsible for the overthrow of to eleven years, and then shot himself. A photograph of a dead girl's eyes has lery, carry honorstainel battle flags off the to "make a speech" for our amusement; Depew two revolutions instead of ono. gift of speech then beginning he git this Information from been taken In Kansas City, the object be- field: or men who die in their tracks rather his wondrous claims that to bud yet intimacy, only began with the possiGrant, but Grant's testimony, taken at the ing to eee if a powerful microscope will than surrender, when surrender was memorable events of the "Danville MeetImpeachment trial of President Johnson not develope the pictured face of her mur- ble, aro cowards: or that tho solitary solfor one hun He swore at that derer upon the retina. dying at his post at the ontluen:o of ing," of '78. I was a guest dier refutes the statement. dred davs In his familv then. How lova So far as yet known six distillers will the two Niles, rather than run away from time that Johnson never proposed anyHis Would kl.Jly kik jour attrition to the fact that thejr bars Juit rtturneJ from lb cltlei with aUrt ble the man, in every relationship! thing of the kind, though on pne occasion commence operations In this county next helpless men who trustel him, was a bise ir,n atiJ wen ie ifctnl itoek or CIIUU'E on him. Who wife and children doted he Icquired, "Why should I not recognlie month, and as many more may commence poltroon. have lov I do not need to defend these one or could heln lovlnz him? And wosince. That the democrats of the South and North as during the winter. One has already compraise them. But ed him, only more dearly, ever menced, Somerset Reporter. all. The world unites to the true Congress if they are in the In emllca Tarletr, dainty In Quality and aallarjctory In prlcr.; thla w guaranty. Our aim ihtll tw At Maysville Samuel G. Rogers was none were victors, r.nd some perished in Is enough to say here. The newspapers are lboded with at all tlturt lofupplj ererr want In our line. If I could write his epitaph, I woulJ, cons of the question, out me acquitted of the murder of William F. the hour of defeat. the pros and They only without a tremor of doubt, have thhi enRogers In Robertson county in September, Why do we praise them? discussion cm do no good. Grant's enduring marble, on the monushould be eati'fied with the laurels 1883. They were brothers and the killing fought bravely in retreat, or died sword graved in Conalita of tho Standard ISmndio! KuropoanJ America. Our Ian; line of Ceoilng Morra Include ment that marks the spot where all that i thejually coleurateJ "Ortat Weatern IUarrte" ami many other family his brow and not try to caused great excitement at the time. None of them succeeded. in hand. larorllra. Our China, Ulan that already adorn in hope, and QuMiiiware itock conalaU In part of Table, Tea and ChainW Ktj complete, Qtairar richly The jury in the Ferd Ward case hss cut Will you tell me the difference between mortal of him lies: "Here rents, bedeck him with thore to which ho la not one who fought bravely life's weary battle, andetehrd. In the way of Ureadatufia ve namo Uuekwhrat Hour, the quen ol all trlbea. Our caliat last been secured and the trial is now material and spiritual foet? entitled. (!. M." Flour, urltallcJ for rat and paitrj, while Rlr and Hominy, our own patribrated will no progressing in New York. Have you no thought but of condemna- and died sword In hand. He goes to Him aa faithful product!, Fortlgn It is strange that the question of which doubt come out that the GrantsIt were as tion, or cowardly silence, for one who has who rewards his scarred veterans, not ac otic here. Tin,arrayed Wooden andadjimcta. All thedellcarlealn Stationery.and Douratlc Confection Stone, are Wlllowwarr, Kltrlc Uoipa, Canned Mtata and Fruits in New York would receive the supticket deep In the swindling scheme as himself. fought longer, against greater odds, with cording to the victories they won, but ac and a complete lino of Clgara and Tobacco. Well, thla li only a hint of what we hire. Ualltitni port of President Cleveland should ever Judge Jackson at Louisville overruled more persistent courage, than any of those? cording to the courage and perseverance, that we can make It to your Intcreat, we confidently ajk an (lamination of our foolaand your patron Iteapecllully", for a moment have been discussed, yet TALOU JlilOTIlKlt. the notion of a colored lawyer to set aside I only know the terrific struggles of my they displayed In battling for the right those who would throw double on his araicat tho wrong." an indictment against a negro for murder, dear John's later life, but I declare, as one democracy have been trying to prove that Some of those who read these lines may holding that thero was no discrimination who has suffered eorely in the he desired the success of tho republican by the jury commissioners on account of conflict, where his life went out in the have to pass through "tho great tribulaticket. He ha, however, very effectively of or color. trife. that he has battled like a brave tion," before they wear their "crowns silenced those gentry by forwarding 51,000 rice weary year. glory," or ware their "palms of victory.' Jacob Kaufman, of Denver, has devel- christian man for seven long, to the campaign fund, which amount has commit- Once, the secret of victory seemed to have I believe dear John has passed bis trial. I a by Secretaries Manning oped new and unique mode of been covered each ting auicide. Stripping off all his clothing, been learned, and then the darkness of baf- expect to see him in the glory soon. I and Whitney. It is said that the PresiDXALSas IM- I he pushed his body, back and forth, fled effort settled down upon the sad, sad hope all who read this brief paper, may dent's action has produced a fine effect and barbed-wirfence eight times life. Again and again the goal seemed only he half so true to Jesus as be was. doubt of the through a Drugs, Books, Stationery and that there is now but little until his skin hung In shreds. He was nearly won, but a curtain has fallen now up- I feel sure that "After life's fitful fever success of the entire democratic ticket. Fancy Articles. well." Ever in Jesus, dead when found. on bo dreary a tragedy of defeat, that hearts he sleeps Gro. O. Barnes. freak of a New York museum only bleed, and eyes not dried The official count of the vote of Ham- that love can The latest Phyaldana1 priacrlptlona accurately compounded. man is a congrees of old maids, bewigged, ilton county, Ohio, is concluded and shows with paralyzing grief, can only weep. Yet! OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. becapped or as they chess, accompanied by Hoadly to have a plurality of C16. The aa true men and women grieve over the un- Lancaster. llifHF r!nr of Khartoum and Bunker their tabbies, parrots or such other pets as democratic Senatorial and Legislative James C. Dillon is crippling around affections may have gone out upon. ticket also appears to have been elected, Hill and Waterloo and Bilaklava. All their on crutches caused by a fall from a scaffold The Largest Stock of Watches, Olooks, He found great difficulty in securing "spec- though there is to be a judicial question yet all glorious. he was using in painting. Jewelrj and Silverware will receive imens" as "hope springs eternal in the settled before the Senators-elec- t And I thank my God, with all my might, Mr. F. W. Parks and Miss Jennie melancholy death He but he has finally obtained their certificates. Eter bought to thli market Mr Lower than maiden breast," that in my friend's Daly were granted marriage llcene Thurstbs Lowet. Watche. Clock and Jewelry Una collection of 20, whose hideousness has The Identity of the celebrated crimi- looks upon the heart and not the doleful paired on aboit notice and Warranted. desiring to nal at St. Liuis who committed the "trunk result. And I praiee Him that there are a day. Both reside in this county, prevented any man from ever C. Thompson, the jeweler, who Mr. J. make one his wife. Eich visitor is requir- murder" has been established. Samuel N. thousand lives of weary, unsuccessful con- past, i ,w alt nf na- (Vint In has been on the sick list for a week distanceIs vote for the one he thinks most likely Brooks, of Hyde, Eng., has arrived there rt- -. ed to uu ":;-,,.bletobeoutaB.in. Fartlnata to end her days in single blessedness, and recognized the man W. H. Lennox who have ordered work will have their or- though the majority find it a hard question Maxwell aa Hugh Brooks, his eon, who are victorious, uui ucmo mi .,..". -- v." ders filled promptly now. . .. . I .u. i til left England last February, ostensibly for er ceases, ine steaay win to decide. ecio uH uo A delegation composed of eight couples Is The report that Roscoe Conkling had Dablin, Ireland, Mr. Brooks thinks his seemingly hopeless struggle, because it of ladies and gentleman made a pilgrimright, though assurance of victory, com- age to Halls Gap Saturday in search of forth from his self enforced eon is insane. decided to come AND plete or partial, has long since faded out of retirement from politics and make a few MARRIAGES. chestnuts. They are authority that chest-cu- ts the poor life. , speeches for Davenport and the New York ! are cheaper there than at this place. -- W. G. Alford obtained license yester 0, if we only knew secret histories, how republican ticket, turns out to be without The Phillips store rooms under the change to panA Full and complctu wwortTneiu or Furniture, any foundation in fact. On the contrary day to marry Miss Huldah Thomas at V. our harsh judgments would embracJuK City Hall are being treated to a nice coat egyrics, as in a moment, and our censorious from tho vui-ttpcH- i when requested by letter to speak at a rati- O. "Watts'. fluent 1'nrlor Nultc. ZVa of paint, preparatory to beine used as dry Mr. Thomas Q. Watkine, city editor of words would die upon our lips, In utneed to ro to tho lurco cltlen to make vonr tmroi.tn.,.. fication meeting In the City of New York, goods and clothing stores. Mr. T. Currey what quantity or quality jonwiiut.nH cnu he "doB not the Louisville Tima, is to marry Miss terance, for very shame that we could bo so ia having the front of his he promptly responded that e reany prlccH you can obtain elsewhere, frclKlit ami will duplicate feel called upon this year to take part in Jennie Holden at Gallatin, Tenn., next unfeeling. blnK ndilcil. Altto paired and painted also. And so, my friend "died In his early a full assortment ol CoflliiH, Cacn, NIij-oihI- h politics " Kjjcoe used to be a wheel horse, Thursday. ami HoIich, A meeting for the young folks was well The Lexington OUcntr is authority manhood still fighting the "good fight of lug all tho New NfylcN, both cheap and cxpciiHlre, Ware but since he kicked out of the harness it attcndeil at the Preshyicrian church Sun- oppoMlto m. Awuph room' toeay. Hotel. Nlanfonl. Ky. seems to be difficult to make him pull any for the statement that Col. Craddock is to faith," in all truthfullness, I dare day nftercoiu. Kev. W O. Goodloe offici be married to a widow of Vicksburg, Miss. JM not God ctve them victory if Wh more. ated. Mr. R II. West delivered his first is high time the old fellow was becomthis were eo?" Some will ak. disdainfully It Roscoe Conkling speaks impious sermon at the Fork church Sunday. It ing a Benedict if he hopes to leave aoy I would not dare to put tho of the republican candidate for Governor was pronounced a verv masterly dUcouire little Craddocks to perpetuate his name. question thus knowing what I do of my of New York as "one Ira Divenport, who who attended from town. Mr.R.C. Nunnelley and Mies Allie God: but I will answer in tbc same strain by those is a millionaire and nothing else" and Mr. Btylor Hollzjlaw was tried before Gover, of this county, went quietly to coming down to the poor level of my says the only issue his party offers in him Judge Singleton last Saturday, charged Louisville last week and were married be question by asking: is his money bigs. He refers to Senator with feloniously cjnvertlng to his own use Why did God not turn aside Booth's fore anyone susnicioned their intentions. Erarts as "An attenuated icicle" and de- Miss Alice is a straw rick on the premise i he had rental a very excellent young lady bullet from President Lincoln; or save clare) that the pirty is in the hands of the contrary to the terms of the Icaw). He was lady of winning face and manners and praying, trusting Gordon: or raiee up willing tools of the "Man from Maine." honorably acquitted. The contract was Mr. Nunnelley, who ia a worthy young President Garfield in answer to a million He uses other contemptuous language, all produced and contained no stipulation in gentleman, has shown his good sense in faithful prayers: or stand for the right at regard to the straw. of which shows that he does not feel called choosing one so fitted to make him a gen- Bunker Hill: or do a tbousacd other things Mirs Florence Hudson, the handsome upon this year to take a part in politics. is responsible uine help mfet. we think, in our folly, He ard intelligent daughter of Mr. L. W. While the chances for a majority in for uoi doinc? DbATHS. of Ciinp Dick Robinson, this questions, that Hudson, joint ballot of the Ohio legislature is pretty When you answer be united in marriaje to Mr. on the 24'.h, Patrick Napier, a I have the same right to ak you; I will county, will Died, strongly in favor of the republicans, the Joe L. Kulcht. a prosperous young farm margin is yery narrow, not over two or brother of the late Cjl. Tom Napier, aged filvo an answer to yours. er of Jessamine, on next Thursday, the three. But notwithstanding this Johnny about 70. He leave a wife and a number of The truth is, we have no right to ask ceremony to take place nt tho residence of McLean says with italic emphasis, John children. such questions on cither side. the bride's parents. Odr best wishes at At 10 o'clock Saturday night of locked Sherman will not be the next U. S. SenaNow and then a les3on is patent and we tend them tor. We hope Johnny is right. He and bowels, Mr. Ellas Hollz:law, aged 58. An may learn it easily. Again we my reverMiss Kate Brown has returned to her all the other bloody shirt Haunters should operation was performed on him by Dr. ently inquire and learn, yet another, that Peyton assisted by Drs. Bronaugh, Pettus eeeras hidden at first. And this Is right home in London. She was accompanied be relegated to the shades of private life. and otheis, at 3 p. m. Saturday, but they And then there are secrets that hsffla touch from here bv Mies Mattlo Brown, who will We were beginning to think that Lonz found that mortification few weeks. Col. Ssm We wait for remain with her a had already set in reverent or inquisitive. Powers, a romance that has been running and of Mr. Sam. B Walton Is in Covington course the case was hopeless, Mr. heaven, and Its lights, to answer such. in the Owensboro Mwingcr since the time Hjllzclaw waa Harris is visiting his brother, Mr. E. W. a member of the Preachers-vill- a Only thh I know well. I can admire whereof the memory of man runneth not Masonic Lodge, in good standing, and Abraham Lincoln, though an assassin's Harris. Mr. n. T. Noel is in town visiting to the contrary, waa like the brook which he was buried with the honors of the Or bullet slew him: and President Garfield, relatives Miss Daisy Burnside, of Stan notwithstanding the coming and going of der Sunday. He leave? a wife and a large though he died like Abner at the hand of ford, Is visiting Mrs. A Burnside. Miss man, gees on forever, but we were mistaken. family of children. Bright, of Stanford, is the guest of Mr. J. Joab: or Gordon, though Arab bullet or The story has ended and we congratulate C.Thompson. xoe ancient isgyptians, when they pat epesr laid him, despite his faith and pray Brethren Bransford and Woodson on livLancaster is rapidly becoming very away their dead, wrapped them in cloths ers: and I balieve In a G)d who is "Love ing long enough to put It through. much of a military town. In addition to same time. saturated in asphaltum, and could never and Nothing Else" at the TiiEBittleof Sedan, an artistic paint- have realized the fact that ages after they So I can admire and love my dear friend, the Owsley Rifles the younger boys have ing, 400 feet in length and 50 in width and had been laid wny in the ashamed of neith- organized a company nnd these with two tomb and pyra- and justify myGodand be look very hung so as to produce the impression of mids alon? the Nile, (heir without rescue colored companies make tho town duBt would er, though my brother fell warlike when they all alembic on tte reality, is on exhibition in a building es- have been used In painting pictures in a and at the hand of one who is a "murderer equare for their mighty drill. All the slain his pecially csustructei fur it in Ciocinnnti country then undiscovered, and by artists from the beginning." He has companies hive employed tenor drums and is attracting great attention, myriads and ii not done killing yet. Take who;e language was unknown to them. hideouH when they you open not a door .and it does sjuud right heed, ye censors, that open up the ball. Adjutant General Meeting of Democratic Committee Called. butter-makin"Churn," says an authority in lnyourllve3, by urjii'tlv charging your will be up next Friday to muster The members of the Democratic County 'until the butter has come in the defeated bro'.her, through which the des Committee will meet at the office of the granular f jrm, then stop. This is nn im- - troyer may enter and work its hateful will in the Owsley Hlflea and a glorious time is . Joubnai. in Stanford at 1 r, M. portant point in If churn- on you. "Let not him who putleth on his anticipated. ed too long the butter will bo soft and ealvy While Mr. Vm. Hollzslasv was returnMonday, Nov. 2, County Court day, to armor baiit as he who puttoth it off." hera In a curiage, last Kat the manner of nominating candidates and will lose its fine aromatic flavor, which Bjt do you hold up John 0. Younir as ing home from hi) hpree became frightened for county offices and fix the day for doing Is so highly prized by ill good judges." No! a thou- urday evening, the highest typo of christian' andranawoy throvinf; Mr. II. and four Lynn, Chm. eo if thought advisable. J. In Bowing craw seed do not be saving sand tlm?s no. Hi who Is ''more than other ficatlernea who Wdto with him out V. 1. Walton, Secy. of thago'd. It Is a great deal better to Pnnmiprnr." U alone exhibited thus. Bit I and overturning tho vehicle upon them sow too much than tio little, as by the do hold him up as a higher type of eaiot, NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Internally and than those who have Mr, Hollz:law wis Injured former method the sod will soon right beaten as he was, no hopes are entertained ot his recovery J. C. McFerran, ttie notoJ stock breedbut when toallttle seed Is sown there never known defeat, almply because they fin was taken to ths residence of Mr. Geo er of Jefferson county, died Sunday. will never be a good sod until re seeded. hayo never known cotfllct. Civil Service Comuisdoner Thoman more to W. Battle, near her, where he now lies In I hava but little It Is a bad plan to leod tools from tr e For the rest, grand lesson I rould f.in a critical condilhn. Ha is alnut 05 yeats has reiigned at the request ot the presieay. This the farm. It often leads to Sll.feellng. If you of age aud lives near Gilbsrts' Creek. The dent. teach till, only I know "alt" will not learn. Moocshincie waylaid and killed two do lend them, It is often well to make n good of U other occuninMncaned with a fow bruUes A few broken lives may get the reyenue officers and wounded a third near minute of the fact, what tools, and lowborn afew"wetry, heavy Iadaa"onei may lay Gen. Logan denies tho story now current loaned. Savannah, Ga. , the balm of Giles l to their wounded spir- in the papers that at the battle of Harts-vill- t, Unknown pjreons entered tho Clerk's A tree at Java, N. Y., hai produced its: but I know the "general public" too Toon., he pretended to be dead, ro office In Monroe county, and destroyed all this season fifty bushels of apples, and a . The onwill believe what that he might bs left on well to think that rainy the indictments and c'.vil suits in the office vine at Santa Btrban, C!., In the neit I write. They "look upon the outside." ly time that he ever did that, he ssye, weB I & CUR-- AN, by burumB' them in the stove. SUCCESSORS TO borhood of two lous of grape. -uou looketh on the limrt. ' That is all on the lit of last November. Mark sillier, a noted desperado, was shot to death in Mtntfee eeunty Friday. pjTheypte in OblosUnda for governor: Foraker, 350,638; Hoadly,34I,380; Leonard, , GEO. 0. BA11NES. W. H. HlGGliSTS hoc, g Crn Collar, TAYLOR BROS. FAMILY GROCERIES rs OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY self-sam- e r'Vttttf & MA is, or PHARMACISTS, -- r e JEWELERS- dt-fea- ts uuT ... ;:y ' B wmmmw. IJViviiitiive I louio UNDERTAKER, Iealei' in ,.... store-hous- cmbrac PLEASE DON'T FORGET the n g, In-tebi- butter-making- con-eid- er lf, and Meal; That our stock of Pleasure 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 Ave still handle the celebrated Wagons, "Old Hick ory" and Mitchell.Big line of Farming Implements. Grain Drills, Turning Plows, both riding and walking, And all of which we guarantee at Lowest prices. BRIGHT P That we cany the Largest Stock of Groceries, Hardware and Queenswarc in the city; That we are Millers' Agents and wholesale depot for Flour f the-field- Stanford, Ky Ontobor27, 1885 L. 4 H. LOCAL TIME CARD. stall train going North- ...... - 1 S3 r. m. .11 so r. x. ' noma .a........... .. 1 M Ai V. ciprtt strain" boulb ii it Norh,..raM.....n...,nuM j oo a. Ma Tbe jot li calculated on standard time, Bolar trails about 90 minutes tuUr LOCAL NOTICE. Buy your cchool bobki from Penny St McAllster. McUonrma A Staoo nro headqunrtera for amunllicn. Gtf.sn at all pries at McUoberta A SIhrr's, from $2.60 to 5100. CoMrLETK flock of school books and ;bool supplies at McKobsrt & Staid;'. Watciiks and Jewelry repaired on short ootlco and warranted br Penny A McAlis-er- . BOY the Haw Hog Kttnedr, the oril nal and only Renuine, from Penny AMc.Vl-lite- r. stock of jewolry, latent stylt. Knckford watches a specialty. Penny A MorMlstsr. PERSONAL. A corr.crx . . , Dit AND Mus C. A Cox aro at tbe Richmond was chosen as the place for The formal announcement of Mr. 0. II Myeri. Waddle, of Somerset, as a cacdidato for holding the next meeiinij of the Southern Dn EnwAiin Alcoiik, of Hmtonvlllf, Commonwealth's Attorney iu this district, Synod and the lime the 31 Wednesday in wai in to pee us yetcrdr. a October, 1SSG Mit. ani Mm. W II WiiKnnirr appears in thU Issue Mr. Waddle is . . i ri. viiurrnni. is .crying .10 raie Itinds m. r lawyer of fine attainments, a hard student went lo Louiavillyeter(ly. gentleman aral if the demo- for a union church at Morehead, in Rowan Mn R. O. Evans, of Dinville, spent and a clover crats of the district should choote him ns ciuntr, and says he will guarantee a third a day or two with Mr. 11. C. Bright. of the amount if the newspapers will raise Hon John 8 Owsley and Dr. J. B their standard b.rucr, he would honor the the balance trust. He was here yesterday mingling ham returned from Louisville. The largest Rvnod iu the Pre'byterian with our people, many of whom hold him Mn. and Mm. W. 0. Dunn have chuica Is that of Pennsylvania, which rein high regard. froc a short visit to Lexington. Ml ports this year 141,140 communicants. Mm Molme Johnfon of Lancaster, Last week we noted tbe murder of ! New York reports 130,018. Ohio comes is viiitingMr. Geo D and Mrs U.K. ander Lawson, a school teacher at Wilnext, with 71,039 New Jerecy is fourth, Wearer. liamsburg, by Joe Eirly, a negro. He was with 48 870, and Illinois fifth, with 46 890 Hon. J so. C. Coorrn, of the Shelby arrested and Circuit Court being in session George Gould, son of Rev.G. T. Gould, ville Sentintl and a metaber of tbe bar, is was indicted, tried and sentenced to be who is clerking in a drug store out at Las attending court. bung within 6 days of the commission of Vegas, New Mexico, has written lo his Mrs. Phil Bodkn, alter a'viiit of eev the murder. Judge Finley Is deserving of mothei at Sholbyville, In which he says: eral weeks to hrr father' family, has return- tbo the highest commendation. When "Father, has about run his course here ed to Louisville. people find that tbe courts are determined Miss Anna Ckow, of Cldwtll Insti-tut- to punish murder and without the usual Where he will turn next, God only knows." -- Paris News. w athomeBsturdar looking pretty, delay, mob law will cease as a remedy. -- Rsv. T. G. JJasIey, of the Northern as she always does Another murderer, Joteph Spradllng, who Mim Ida M.Ecjtt, and Mtssra. Win. killed his uncle. Wiley Spradling, in Whit- Methodist church, and at one time station and Oran Grime, Frsnk Johnson, Charles ley county, Oot. 8,1853, has been convicted ed here, has severed his connection with it, and been received into the ministry of tbe Mitchell and D. Riley, of Fayette, came and sentenced to the penitentiary for life. Presbyterian churcb. The loss to the Meth over with Mir Millie Beszlty and are Cor. Hill The Louisville Time is led odists is less than the gain to the PresbytegtiMtsatCol J M Buxley's. to remark: The speculator who have been rians by this somersault. Amono the lawyers at Court here The revival at tbe Christian church Judgo J. S, Van Winkle and, doing much ' figuring" about Senator were Beck's succcsior seem to have overlcoked conducted by Eld. C. P. Williamson grows R. J. Brecic.nrliU'f, Dinvlllr j 0. II. Waddle, Ssiaerrsl; Col. 8. M Hunlett, Ltncaa in their calculations Hon. Thomas P. Hill, in intcrefand results. The additions now tr; Judge Iliggin, W. 0. Hansford and of Lincoln county. It is not known that number 43 and judging from the packed Hon. F. F. Bobbin, Crab Orchsrd aud Rah-e- he his any political ambition whatever, audiences, which attend each meeting, a but If Mr. Hill should take it into his mind religious spirit is pervading the entire Hardine, Dinville. Cait. W. W Sweeney is back at his to go to the Senate, his opponents will Hod community Mr. Williamson has certainpot scIn after a visit to Denver, Col., him so great difficulty in climbing him ly gained for himself a warm place In the heaita of every lover of ihs Savior. where he went to attend a meeting of the that they would accuse him of being slipThe new Preebrterim church at RichRillrraJ Conductor's Life Insurance As- pery. But he is nothing of the sort; he is sociation. The Captain is the oldest man simply rtocp. He is one of the best law- mond is nesily comple'cd and will he dedin tbe buaincst and i a living refutation yers In the State, a thinker and an ontor. icated next month. It is eatimited lhal nominating Gen. Wolford for the eeaticg capacity is three hundred The of the charge that conductors always retire His i p.H-cAppellate Court Clerk in 18S2 has been cost of the building including the lot is rich after a fw jrar's service. The following young ladies and gen- read by every ICtntuckian, and it stamps $10,000 Mr. Caldwell Campbell, whose tlemen from Lanca'er formed a merry him as a man of genius ncd power. His memorr an elaborate window perpetuatea cave 55,000 to aid iu building a Northern nutting prly Saturday. After spending presence in the Senate would be fell. Trie friends of Col Hill appreciate this Proby(erian church, and the the oaity part of tbe thy in the rcods, remainder they came to S anford and stoppsd at the compliment and are anxious for him to was given by person in various parte of Myers Huf: Mis Mimln Curroy, Ai- make tha race. We do not know his in- the country. Mr. Campbell all) left an Kite Landram, Iktlie tentions but believe ho would not refuse to endowment of Slo.OOO.the proceeds of which de Msrksbnry, are to py the pistor, and in addition left Jones, Nellie Mrr Sillin E kin, L'xiie serve his country if properly called upon. Wat-leu- , some mineral lands in the mountain'. little Haflman, Kte Circuit Court. The Fall term of this and Msrs. Will 0Jey, Will Harris, Court bivati yesterday and In the absence Renter John I'arra, Will Klklo, Kih. Higgins, of Judge 0slcy, who bad been called to LAND. STOCK AND CROP Bob E'kin, Jake !iohlnon and John Daly. Wavhington by a telegram from Gov. At a sale in Nelson county com Judge R. J Breckinridge, of Dan LOCAL MATTERS. ville, was chnen special judge. The fol- brought 1 per barrel in the Geld. Si'LrNDiD F.tncy Cmdlcs a' T. R WalHobt. Collier sold to Lehman Bros., lowing grand jurors wero sworn in and ton's. of cxtn shipping cat charged In a tTf comprehensive manner lltltimore, 31 he-iA TOLL lluu of heatin; stovw, grates, by Judge M. 0 Siufley, acting for tbe tic at b cents P.jik ptokera in Louisville expert to coil va.c, Aj , at W. H. HlguW. Commonwealth h Attorney, w"io was un (jet nil tho hots they want at 2 to 3 cents avoidably absent. Lincoln get a new potmastcr in the J 8. 0sley, Adam Pence, II. S. With- This is a lower figure than has been reach person of Valentine Fsgally at 0. K ers, W. II. Duddcr.tr, J. J. Xewland, P. L. cd since 1S7S Fou Sai.k. Twenty-fiv- e jeirlinp The Rink will open In all iti glory, with Simpson, T. J. Foster, Geo. Abinhams, skaWs and other attrac'ions Pster W. Carter, Dr. S. G. Hockcr, J. M. mules, 20 marcs nud 5 hones, No. 1 good new Gloho Martin, D. A. Baugb, Silas Andereon, J. onei", about lo hands high. Apply to G. Friday nijh'. W. T. Ste- W. Kinif, Crab Orchard, Ky. Call on Mim Ella Smiley and exim E Wright, W. R William., Siz pork packing firms in Liuiavilie inenur splendid lists of new millinery phenson. The petit jarv Is as follow. A. B. Mc are readv for work with a capaci'jr of 8 GOO 'fabler A Suiilv. Kinney, Rob'.. E Birrow, James Rjblnson hogs per day. White, Aiken A Co., with whom Dr. J. B Owsley, of this place, is , Tho hundred and fifty thous Win. Gooch. Lanla Duddcrar, R. F. Brick , for sale by and, hard and II. P. Young, R. R. Gen-tr- onnected can pack 1,210 per day. G. G. Fair, Lancasteii Court. About 350 cattle Henry Baugbman. C. M. Ccfley, Monroe Smith, A. D the largest stock of grates Root, J. B. McKlnney, Msjir Jones, Saml. on tho market yesterday. 100 sold, prices We will have RlcharJ Cobb, Win. Cash, C. M. rangins from 2 to 4 cents. Horses sold sad heating stoves ever brought to StanNo mules on market. Jciies, Win Burton, J. M. Reid, W. II. from $30 to $S0 BrigU A Molrslf. ford. Murphy, Jas. Moore, Win, Hubble nnd 11. Crowd good, bminets as usual dull. Hunters attention. Our stock of Dunn. It Is expected that the corn crop of this Guns and Ammultlon is now complete. AlCol. T. P. Hill, Sr., James year will reach nearly 2,000,000,000 but.li On motion of so loaded shells nlwayn on hand. Bright A W. Schooler, a colored attorney from Lan- els, or about 200,000,000 bushels in excess " Metcalf. caster, was admitted to tbe practice at this of the crop of last year. Of the corn crop we annually export from three to five er forget we can give you coal from bar Don't any mine you wish at bottom prices. Lenvo caso tried was that against cent. The flrst Pumpkins should, it is stated, bs vour order at tbe store. Bright A Met- Dock Rusell for treepafs ou the lands of calf. Georco Cirler and the iury fined him $76 broken open nnd tbe seeds taken out before Don't forget that Geo. D. Wearen, Agt., Rnd costs. The bond of L?wis Dishon for feedinj them tocttlie or hogs. The seeds Ins a large stock of Pine fhoring, Ceiling keeping a disorderly house was declared act as a diuretic, and animals should never Sash, Blinds, forfeited. Djlpli Bailey, charged with be allowed to eat them, except for tho piu Weather Ihards, Door Mouldincs, Shingles, Laths and all kinds murder, had his case set for the 8th day of poso of stimulating the kidnewg. AtT. M. Oldham's Bale tho 2jesr-olof rough lumber. tho term. JorJon Peter Chnndlcr for ma" cattle pold for $31, tbo yearlings at $25; licious shooting was diamlased. Those wiahlng anything In my lino Somewhat of a eensatlon was created in work oxen, ?7S; milk cows, $10 2539.50; thutilrf cull cud oxxmino my splendid stock court room yesterday by a little lilt be- yearling heifers, $15 31; eteer calves, 518; of Millinery. Iti not only tho largest the tween Col. Sam M. Bnrdett nnd acting heifer calves, $11; hay, abjut SO 50 per "Mock ever brought to this plr.ee but the ond Commonwealth's Attorney Siulley, grow- stack; crn, $1 00 at the most select. Mrs. Moody Hardin. Register. Tho ing out of n miunderatanding. John M. Mclijberts, Jr , brought us in Cait SritAni.tN sy that the work on trouble wn? soon amicably adjusted, how-ovetho C A. K under contnnt ii and the posaiblo belfgeranta kissed an car of corn yesterday which sees the one very favorably and that it will ha com- rich other and wept, while the spectators mentioned by the Lancaster .Yfirsand goes 240 gmlns better, having 20 rows with GO pleted by April 1 If the Ciptslri will applauded. drop uii line to say when this end will Tom Bales, wanted for malicious shoot-inean- d to the rot.. ITo regards it ai a nubbin and be let he will relieve the anxiety of n long carrying concealed weapons, has Hays Garrard mu't do n great desl better ii suffering public skipped tho country or at leant the sheriff she wants to be known in the race at all At the bhIo of Thos. Cieuiult work him and Stark I'wh, who is Our business is in the hands of John M. dldn'ifhd charged .with like ofUnses, swore that be mules sold at $110 to S1G0, weanlings $10 Philips foreettlement, nnd owing to tho was a material wltnes In his behalf. Ilia to $50, milch and dry cows $33 to $5f fact that Mr. Elmiiton will soon leave cares were tl erefore continued as it is prob shoats of 100 to 125 pounds nt $1 to $5 per Stanford, it become. nbiolutoly necisnry hpad, fat hogs (mixed lo') at $3 25 perewt , ably they will bo until they are worn out. that it ha nlo'ed up Immediately, All per was acquitted of keep- 500 barrels of corn in the field at SI 35 to Mrs. Sallie Baker sons owing us will please call on Judge $1 37 i per barrel, to be averaged by the Pnllips and make Immediate settlement ing a bawdy house. The Court adjourned at 1 15 after nntcrlni! nn order of some kind shod: and weighed now, which will cqusl by so doing. and sive trouble and fl 5q "T up 'arils - Lexington GizitUi. iu each of the 53 cises on the docket. . A O A oood assortment of Glass, Tin and Uncle Pate Embrec did not oflsr bis Quecnsware at A. A Warren' Modi I jic stock yesterday but so'd six brocd - mares at auction at S2) to S77 50. The grand jury failed to reindict S. II. Grocery. Pennington- .- Someraet Reporter. Call on Dr. Pnny and get his prices . n. ."IE" ADVKKTIHCMK.ITs. on Gold and Amalgam filling. He works .ii. 8ek out line of heating stores, coal vaa as cheap as s any Dentist and guar3 s, kitchen sets, Ao., beforn buying. The antees perfect satisfaction. Give him a trial. O. II. WADDLE largest and cheapest lot in town. Bright A Metcalf. There has not been such a crop of ap- the (lib Judicial Dim ct, tubject to tbe action of The Council of Covington haa granted ples in this section for years, They sell de mv iscuiwf win; jMny livored In town at 40 cents par bushel, or y the to tbe Kentucky Central FARM FOR through tbe city to the river and that road the grower will allow the buyer to gather and pick at 30 cents. There will be a vast will noon liaro connection at Cincinnati. I offer for le mr Fsrra of t3H ,tcreot flno amount put up. 2 mile South of Uuitonvllle. In tlgbt of the Mldillebtirg pike. Tan firm Is in a IM deflerisnce to the wishes of tbo candiA few days ago Messrs. Isaac Hamilton good state of cultlriilon, uoJcr pood toce nl one dates the Chairman of the County ComUnco a county. and Tom Ferrell were summoned to Loo-do- n of the best watered Ftrtrulrjrjp.it cottsga bouse The irsproTements tomtit of s of 3 mittee has called a meeting of its members to testify in a Common weslth's esse. roomt, a ipletidld clitern st the do r, good stable to consider the question of time and manand all ntcoimrr outhouies If carlr application They were bath anxious to return home is utile, will tell at a bargain. J not told toon, I ner of the selection of candidates for counFarm the night they got there, when Judge Fin-le- y will renttstd a. MI.lor 161, TA Yl.OIt, nustonvllle. ty cflicea. The matter bad iust as well be kindly he'd court after supper rrrj settled, giving plenty of timo for all possitook their testimony and allowed them to ble enlrifs. AGENTS ANTED ! depart. This was a great convenience to Teachers Attention Tho second the gentleman, besidesja considerable savron meeting of tbe Lincoln county Teachers' ing to the State, and theyjwish us to express The Vcaplc'H (vrlojinlld, Association will take place Siturday, Oct. to him their thanks for his kindness. 'firm eiml Starr: f irloiirilla,, riiomiinon'H Jtrdlviil Artrlm-rIll, In the Stanford Female College at 10 Pioneer Jllxtovu. Ad'lrett RELIGIOUS. All teachers In Lincoln o'clock A. M. ITHE CAPITAL PUBLISHING OO. county aro expected to attend. Friends to Eld. John Long's meeting at Mt. OClm i 0. Box. 4'D, CINCINNATI, O.' education invited. Mrs. S. F. II. Tarrant closed Sundav afternoon with 9 addiPresident, Miss Mattio Morgan, Secretary. tions. atT and Cracker, nlwaya, i i t R Walton'. -- TUeSiiuifeird first-clas- SKATING RINK WILL Ol'KK Friday Night, Oct. 30 -- W'thaFollSurrljof- right-of-wa- SALEt J, THE GLOBE SKATES, TVe Ee t and Finesl oti tho Market. 65-- tf Ul M'ROBERTS, & STAGG, PdlCEIiriS IS. wpuiaxxuusoxjiocK, UlioiuicitlH, lAxmpn, BookH, Mo-ria- h FOR SALEJ3R RENT. -- MY IIOU-11- 3 AND IL.O- TOn Danville Avenue, Id 7 - . Stanford, Sy i..s" porch. Lot well Improved, stable with stall,, bii(gr house, abed, coal and ttnoke liouwta do cittern, all new and In good repair. Koijuireon pr'n!-- . wa-o- room. rllsr asd 0 Snui'.rJ. The bouts con-tai- nt 5f- -t J. Ml. MMMUGMSH. Perltimery feo0. Flro Arms sr 0ley POSTED. Thli notice forvtrarns hunters, fliheruieu and tramps not to tropin on our lands without at aJluuch actt are liable to be proiccuted J. M. Maitln. A. C. Tucker, J. (!. I.vnn, If. I). lUueliman, John k Jat. Smith, ned I it. B. feigned: C, Sampjn, .1 eralg Lynn. h Murphy, W. T. Tucker. Adam Pence. ((Mn THE CHEAP GBOCBB. Lincoln Circuit Court John T. Tuddtrar and Marr E. Oudderar, hit wife, Exparts. Notlcs Is hereby given to whom It nnr concern thit the petition! n JobnT DurlderarandMaryK. Uudderar.bla wile, bare tbltday filed their petition lotbtclrrk'a office of the I.lnco'n Circuit Court, i raying that th Court empower tbe raid ilay E. Dud Jerar to ute enjoy, tell and convey, fur ber lneilt any pioperty the mar own or acquire, free fruin the claims or debtt of ber husband; to make coniracta, aueand be turd at a ln;le woman, to truds Id br own mine and to dltpcse of her otv n property by will or deed It It hereby ordered that this mtlcs IxJtubllsh-- e In the I.stesior Jocrmai. a newrnapcr pubbtbed In Stan'ord, Ky , by two weekly Uont be lore the next tegular tvm of tbe Lincoln Circuit Court. (liven urder my hand at clerk of aald Court, 1S3 Ihl- - JOth.dty ol 67 J. V. BAILEY, Clk.L.C.C, n In-r- et T..R. WALTON, DEALER IT i . e, I yes-terd- PUBLIC SALE Splendid Farm, Live Stock, I w II offer at public ia!c to the highest bidder, at ray retldencc, "Millwood," In Lincoln county, about 7 miles wett of Stanford, 2 miles from tihtl-b- y Ctly and 6 mllet from Danville, on rt Friday, October noili, 1SS5, My Farm, Live fiioct, Criip.rarnil.ig UteuMls,.c. i ne live tio a cudiiiii oi One gray Slare and Tolt. br Klcnal, and bred to Me'K'UgerChltl; 1 blaik Marti utid oil, by Hlen-ri.nn- d tiled to hieczl; I Mares and Mule Colts, I reliable combined Hone, I harness Horse for family pupo,2rnlte,2 work Mules Syeart old 9 head of tnomiKhlire-- l Cattle, fancy iclort and well bred, J grade Heifers. SO tboroujbbrvd Nuthdown !her, a lot of Ho: Alv about TOO locust and le'ar l'ostt and a lot ol Hay. Corn atd Oats And Almost Any Other Article in the GroceryXine You May Cali For. IN ADDITION TO GROCERIES AND rROVISION8. UE KEEI'd Tin-- , Glass- - Vm-gai- y, cultivation, tpleuilMiy w.uertu uy spring) ana of a large nnd ponds. Tbe Improvements toiuuodluut br.ik dwelliDg homo, with .tcod out-- b Iwrii, with lldirgsanlo new and atiMi-ttfur f edliu at leat 1(0 road of mu . It Kanut In tbe It oueof the beit gri jut B region. TXRMI, tur Hitouslty a rrtdlt of tour months oj lute with goxl Mcurlty, lxMiiag Interest troiu datennd payalleln bank, hor the raim rath, remainder n oneanl two years with given Interest. A lok ile d ai.le:.ud p a one-thi- rd The I'lirin ConsNts of about 420 Acres Of Laud In excellent rria'r and In a high state of and Queensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- Jaiuary U td 1 If-- j Mir. SPA I.DIA G. Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. The moat popular Woekly newtpaper devoted toiclence, mecha&lea.eccinevring ditroverlet. inventions and patontt over pnblbbed. Uvery number illustrated, with splendid eneraticrs, Ibit publication furnltbeaa most valuable encjclopedla of Information which no person should be without. The popularity of the SciENTirtO AMKEICIN it such that lta circulation nearly ccmalttbat of all uiuvr l.siirrs vi us class comoiueu, I'rice. iJ)a year. l)iooant to Clubs. KoldbyllneBtdeler. u un ft t tu., ruullsne No.SbiUroadwar, N. Y. Monn Co. havo School Supplies: Baskets, Bags, Slates, Pencils, Pens and Holders, Ink, &c. Sud-dtitb- R-i- d, i ii of without charge. l'Atanta obtained Infrrnnatlnn unt frm. thronph Munn A Co. are noticed In theScientlflo American free. Tbe advantaKe of such notice is well understood by nil persons who wish to dispone of their patents. Aitilrfus MU..l . .W, lniw uvu-.,.M.-w iUliBI&lK, XI liroadway, .e'T lurt. Hand-boo- prattles before tbe Tatent Offico and have prepared more man ,ono nunarou iiiuu-rnn- d applications for patents in the United btatea and foreign oountriei. C'aseais. BKienments. and all other papers for McurinB to inventors their richtt in the linlfnt RtAtei. t'ansda. l!nfrlnnd. trance. Germany and other foreign countries, prepared at short notice andun reasonable terms. Information at to obtaining patentt Trade-Mark- s, Copy-riuht- s, i AT E N TS. t'E!ita TJ?0V-y- .- Corner Main and Somerset sis the best place to buy. IJryant ami Strntton. Boop.lieeplD?, ebon-hand- , -- Sta- O s s ..I 4 u. iv i n W .t his yi.es stit.f ul tue cll leit sa THE- K.tZ:v I - '..1 am l. CiYiAfwtn the fivpi of , I'jiu Trt t a. , " ,,J-- r" j im nl cw itaati.rf rlc, LOUISVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE. reauiar.ih!p, g Type-writinbook-keepe- a i l iu .MiTii. ' elms. College In this section wherein d OPERA HOUSE!, BTArirOKD. KY. Baailrg, Arlthtiicllc, dc. It Is tbe only It taught ss books are kept by tbo beat and bankers, and a thorough practical knowledjo of account given, lias tbe la'jett and beat arranged rooms of any Collega In the West. Thomandio! mccewful graduates testify to thtt above. Graduates have no trouble In obtaining good situations. Call or aJJreis W. P. WALTON, - - Propriotor BlioofSta?p,'20x50. Eight complete tcts o Hren-erKeating capacity, lncludtce ssltcry. CO) Ueoaooable ratet to nood atiraciii'r.s. Adds s ZiOnisvillo Bryant & Stratton Buoiness College, Cor. Third aad JcUenon, LOUISVILLE, KY. heap.-Richm- r, mwi -- nil wmm r,l!iisaw'A v ' Ji'i i ." &mJ. im'ii Ei 3 c&iniMt t.co to f ftpcrtltjrM Yu.!n;tr tfc "BIVOUAC" (t'-- H. C. 1 RUPLEY, x MKKCHA.T TAILOR. bavo received and still receiving j "etinlai" i F c . n: J uodtlj 3 v. ). wEm. Tjpj'jr trW, NEW GOODS FOE PALL &WINTER Compiltlng tbs lost In the market, which will be I! it MnwUI 'CrfiWSfsft w i . v. ct i: ''S? fjntlMrejtt "" AVcry i bone. Uoulsvlllti, Ky. r"'ClJA3," tj c,:, ..a Ootton Up in Stylo and Mnko Second to Ifono in City or Country, Give Mo a Trial. EC. O. rr. Jrm Interior journal BEFORE THE DUEL. From Maupassant. they used to ponk of liltn as "that handsome Signoilea." His title wa. Viscount Gontran-Josopda Slgnollss. Orphan and master of a largo fortuno, ha made a conspicuous figure in tho fashionable world. Ho had a flno appearance, n good a facility of spoecb sufficient to gain him the reputation of a nit, tome natural grace, and an air of noble reserve, a brave mmtacho and soft eyes just what woman admire. Ho was In demand at receptions, a desirable partner in a waltz, and he inspired tho men with that sort of smlllns confidence enjoyed by men who energetic faces. Ho was suspected of having bad some of those amour which aro supposed to do crodit to a young bachelor. Ho lived happy, quietly, in tho most absolute good moral standing. It was known that bo was a good swordsman and a bettor shot. "When I have to fight," he woull say, "I chooso pistols. With that weapon I am sure of killing my man." Now, oneovening, nftor having accompanied to tho opera two young married ladio) of bis acquaintance, ith their hut-ba- n U, be invited the whole party after the performance to tako some at They bad boon there only a few moments, when ho obisrved that a gentleman seated at a neighboring table was staring steadily at one of the ladies in tho party. She seemed to feel annoyo 1, embar-rass-a J, and kept her bead down. At last sho said to her husband: "There is a man over thero who keopi staring at me. I don't know him at all; do N. O. Times-DemocrIn socio ty h pos-twTor-ton- l'. aver, and remained for flvo minutes oc his back, then for five minutes on his right side; then ho rolled ovor on his left side. Ho folt thirsty again. Ho got up for a I rink. Then a now anxloty camo upon him: "Is it pos.lble that I would bo afraldl" Why did his boart start to boating so wildly at the least little familiar nolso in his room I When the clock was about to strike, tho click of tho llttlo spring rising up causod him a violent start, and he felt such a weight at his boart for fovernl momenta that ho ha 1 to open his mouth in ordor to breatbo. Ho began to reason with blmsolt on tbo possibility of the thing: "Am I really afraid I' No, certainly; bow- - could ha bo afraid slnco bo was firmly resolved to carry out the affair to the very on 1, since bo was fully decided to tight, and not to tremble. But ho felt so profoundly disturbed inwardly that he kept asking hlmsolf : "Can a man bocomo afraid in spite of sand things to do. Wo must socuro a good surgeon, slnco tho duel is to end only upon the serious wounding of ono of tho principals; and you know bullots are not things to joko about Then wo must settle upon a' good placo, uoar somo houso or othor, to which we can carry tho wounded A.T THE BEST boon ever bestowed upon man Is perfect health, aud tho truo way to Insure health Is to purify your blood with Aycr's Mrs. Eliza A. Clougli, 31 Arlington st., Lowell, 3Inss., writes: "Every winter nnd spring my family, Including myself, use several bottles of Aycr's Experience has com Inced mo that, as a powerful Sarsa-parllln. Masoiihoimor's Restaurant OrrosiTK CouaT-Hous- FOR COUCHO nu vnxy.JP U8 DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY, party if nscosmry; and all that sort of thing. In short we've got two or threo hours' work boforo us." Tho viscount n second time articulated: "Thanks." Tho colonel asked: "Woll, you fool all rightl you aro cooir "Yos, very cool, thank you." Tho two men retired. When be found himself all alone nga(n,bo felt as if be wore going mad. When bis servant had lighted the lamp, ho sat down at his tablo to write somo letters. After having tracod, at tha bend of n blank shoct of notepapsr tho words "This is my last win and tostamont," hi roso to his feet with a sulden start and walked oway, foel!u incapable of putting two ideas tozethor. of making auy resolution, or docldlng about MolreiTTelt all hours, (lame alws on hind and In Hi season. oraU ri frMh flih. Dd slm liar delicacies scrrnl la all itTlcs and on short notice. I.ook out for tho sign "Woodbine Itcstau-ranand rail wucn you are tumjrr, M CO.. F. U'.jr.lSOMIEIJllCIt Uanville, K- -. t" Blood purifier, It Is cry much mpcrlor to nny other preparation of Snrsaparllla. All persons of scrofulous or consumptive tendencies, nnd especially delicate children, nro suro to bo greatly benefited by Its use." J. W. Starr, I.aconla, lown, writes: " For years I was troubled with Scrofulous complaints. I tried several different preparations, which did mo little, If nny, good. Two bottles of Aycr's Snr.ipa rllla effected n complete cure. It Is my opinion thrt this medicine Is the best Hating opened up a lumber yirJ In our store, wo aro nor lumber; yard. i 29-t- f tf n, .smkwsmwmk u UuVBlslslsHBkalMnBlsWil wflaiA. 22g& ijnm.mLML fJJJJJJJJJjaaajjastTy.i W oars 4vu. tin; rear of Froparod to Furnish any kindlof I Lumber Poitsof all kinds, 8hln?l cut, Mwod and shircd. Also Agents for the Uanrllle I'lanlng Mills. .Tt " " In the rough. f IlKlUUTAi (WIlHtX.tl youl" oncel" Tho husband, who had not noticed anything, turned to look, and replied: "No; I don't know him at alL" The young woman continued, half smiling, half angry: "It is very annoying; that man spoils m ieo cream." The huiband shrugged bis shouldsri. "Nonsense; pay no attention to him. If wo bad to worry ourselves about all thr in solent poopla we meet, thero would nev-,- r bo an end of it," But tho viscount had suddenly risen. He could not permit that individual to destroy the enjoyment which bs bad ofTere J. The insult was to him inasmuch as it was through his invitation the party had entered the cafe. Therefore the affair concerned no ono but be. He approached tho man, and said to him: "Sir, you are staring at those ladles in a manner which I cannot tolorate. Will you bo good enough to coaso this staring at Tho other replied : "You keep your mouth shut, will youf The viscount, setting his teeth, ex- fight at all Ulsinarck'i llurliarlo Side. He made bis toilet, dressed, and walked Every Other Saturday 1 out with a firm step. Iiismarck is superstitious. Ho apparently As he wont along, he kept repeating to believes in guests, Leraus.) bo thought he himself: Should bo kept constantly nt hand, for "I inuit be energetic, very energetic I beard a door open and footsteps in tbo room use iu emergencies of iIj. household. adjoining that in which bo klept, but nroso must prove that I am not a bit afraid." JIauy a mother, Btartleil in the night by Ho is firmly convinced and found nobody. His wituoses, tho marquis and tho coltho ominous sounds of Croup, finds tho ntorulng. .Whom should ho choose? He onel, put themselves at his disposal; and that Friday is nn unlucky day, nnd that be little sufferer, with red nnd Mvollcn face, thought of all the most celebratod and mot after a hearty shake-banthey begau to ha bad various misfortunes and mishaps for beginning business on Friday. He ro- dignified men of his acquaintance. Finally discuss tbo conditions. gasping for air. In stub cans Ajcr's to do business on the Hth of October, fuos ho seloctcd tho Marquis de la Tcur Noire The colonel asked: Cherry Pectoral Is Invaluable. Mrs. Emma because this day is tho anniversary both of "Do you insist upon a rcrlous duell"1 and CoL Uourdln; a great nobleman and a Gcduey, 159 West 123 M., 2s'cw York, Hoohkirchand Jena. He objucts to dining great soldier that would bo just the thing. The viscount replied: writes: "While In the country, lnt thirteen at tnbla, and b elioves that pooplo Their namos would have weight in the "Very serious." winter, my little boy, three years old, was should hnvo their hnir cut, and that woodnewspapers. Tbo marquis asked: He suddenly discovered that men should only fell trees in tho lost quar taken HI with Croup; It seemed ns If ho ho was thirsty, and he drank threo glasses "You wish pUtour ter of the moon. would dlo from strangulation. of water, one after another; then he began "Yos." Ajer's In early youth he was certainly a "bard to walk up and down agaia He felt full of "Well, we have you freo to regulate the Cherry Pectoral was tried In small nnd ease." Dr. Uuscb, his secretary, wboso Inenergy. Uy showing himself to be plucky, rist" frequent doses, nnd, In less than half an teresting sketch of tbo great chaneollor is ready for anything and everything, and by Tho vir count articulated, in a dry, jirky hour, the little patient was breathing published, admits that tho young ladies Juit insisting upon rigorous and dnngorom co- voice: easily. The doctor snid that the Pectoral of neighboring mansions, their mammas nditionsby demanding serious, very seriTwenty paces to fire at tin word to and aunte, shuddered; whilst their papas saved my darling' life." Mr. Chas. n. ous, terriblo duel, his adversary would be fire on tbo riso, instead of on the full. Halls und uncles, shaking their worthy heads and Lntidon, Guilford, Conn., writes: "Ajer's probably scared and inako npolojle. to bo exchanged until ono or tbo other bo prophosying dread calamities, told talos of He tool: up tho man's card which he had seriously wounded." Chtrrj Ptctornl furious carousos, during which fbods of drawn out of his pocket n3 he entered, and The colonel exclaimed in a tono of satischampagne and porter wore ingurgitated; bad flung on tho table; and be read it over faction: My of break-nocrides aero is country, worthy again, os bo had already read it in tha cafe, Thos3 are excellent conditions. nnd also the lifo of my llttlo son. A lie You of tho Wild Huntsman; of pistol-shot- s with a glance and as ho had nlso rea 1 it in shoot woll; and all tbo chances with aro in your wulcu vleltors at country houses were Is troubled with Croup, I dare not be the carriage by every passing gaslizbt, favor." aroused from their slumbers in the dead of without this remedy In the lieti-e.- " "Georges Lauil, 51 Ruo Jloncey." Nothin" Mrs. Aud they departed on their errand. Tho night; of audacious deliancos to all that was " more. J. Gregg, Lowell, Mn., wiltes: "My vi, count returuod homo to wait for thsdr re retpactable and conventional, carried out Ho examined tho lotters of this name, children lmo rupentedly taken Ayer's ins exciiemenc, temporarily ap- with infinite mUchievousnosi nnd insolonco. which fseemod to him mysterious full of turn, Cherry Pectoral for Coughs nnd Croup. peased, now began to incroaso ovory minute. The prophecloi of ovil to which those vague fclgnificauce. Goorj Lain III Who Ho It gives Immediate relief, followed by folt all along his legsfand arms, In bis gave risa have, at least, romalned unwas tbo fellow What did ho do! Whatdid chest, a sort of shaking, a continual quiver-(n- j, cure." Mrs. Mary IJ. i:.ms Scrnuton, fulfilled; for the fermenting limit, after lio store at tho woman in that way fori he found himself utterly unablo to Pa., writes : "I have two little boys, both throwing up its exuberant scum, became Wasn't it disgu'ting to think that a stranger. sitclear at the right moment of whom bavo been, from Infancy,' subject What sort of man nobody know anything about, could ting quiet in any om placo, whotherrfs or standing. His mouth folt dry if llcj.'or it ultimutely turnod out ovcrybody worry a man's lifo In that way. just by to violent nttael.s of Croup. About t'.x wholly saliva; and be clacked his knows. taking a notion to fix his eyes indolently tongue devoid ofevery months ago wc began ulng A.uTs Cherry loudly oncj in awhile, as if upon a woman' facol And the viscount reTlio Ice Cream Criterion. Pectoral, and it nets like :i rlmrm. Iu a trying to unfasten it from his palate. located again aloud: IKott- - York Correspondence Pioneor Tress.) Ho wished to break fa.t, but could not few minutes nfter the child takes It, he "What a bruto that man is!" Did you over boar of Ico cream boing a eat. Then the idea camo to him to take a breathes ensily nnd rets well, livery Tlion be remained standi::; motlonljis, drink, in order to give himfolf courage; und medium for judging of people's social status) mother ought to know what a blosing I imuh.m.j, keeping ms eyos still fixed upon "It Isn't so much that tho Smith girls go have found in Aycr' Cherry Pectoral." tho card. A rage nro-- within him against he ordered a decanter of rum brought in. from which he helped bimsalf to six small to ixmey isianu,- - romaricea n nt& avenue that b,t of rnpor- -a fury of unto mingled ' glasses, one after another. Mrs. Win, C. Held, Freehold.X. J., writes : critic of a neighboring family, "for I do It with a strnngo sense of uneaslnon. It was "In our family, Aycr's medicines bavo myself once in a while; I a stupid moss, all this affairl He seized an ' A heat, as of a burn, passod through hi in, cream thero, and thoy but don't cat Ico been blessings for many jears. Iu cases do. What do I open penknifo lying bosid him. and jabted followed almost immediately by a sort of mean Why, simply that thoy can't bo of Colds nnd Coughs, we take mental numbness. Ho thought: "Hero's it into the middlo of tho printed name, as if tho remedy. Now I am all rightl1' to ice cream at home if thoy are bo were stabbing somobody. But at the end of an hour, he bad omptled so eager for it when thoy go out There is So ho would have to fight! Should ho Cherry the decanter; and his excitement became no other test equal to this. Lok how it is ch o swords or plstols-f- or ho considered at Newportl There isn't an ice cream He felt himself to bo tho party insult 1 With intolerable. scream, a mad wish to roll upon saloon anywhere in tho region of cottages; nnd the Inconrcnlcucc U soon forgotten." to Olte. Evening came. swords he would run less risk; but by choos-in- g tue lloor, to A suuaen pun at tne uoor bell gavo blm and the taibo Is true nf the swoll part of p.htoU, he might be nblo to filghteu his rnEi'AitnD nv such a sense of suffocation that bo could Long Iirttuch; but ut Oconn (drove, where uuTcniary into wuuurawing tLo challenge. not find strength to rise to receive bis nobody pretends to b3 anybody In particuDr. J. 0, Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. It is very soldom that a duel with swords is lar, loo crosin saloons abound. I saw 000 Sold by nil DruggUts. fatal, us a reciprocal prudencj generally seconds. not even He did daro to spaak to tbo in, persons emptying saucers with spoons all at I prevents tho combatants from fencing at a time in a locally celebrated restaurant such closo quarters that tha blade can in- not evon to say "Good ovoning," or any- - And yet some of the girls looked nulto ro- flict a very deop thrust. With pistols his thing else, through fear that they might flood and nice." everything from the alteration of lifo would bo seriously endangeiei, but his voice. 1 A again, bo might bo able to extricate hlmelf An Old Itomati Ilatb. Tho colonel said: from the difllculty with honor, aud yet LonJon Letter. "Everything has beeu arranged nccording without an actual msoting. Tbo corporation of Hath have commenced to tho conditions you ttlpulated. Your ad- -' He exclaimed: veriary at first claimed, as tho insulted unoorerin a tocond Itouian bath, contiguTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL "I must be tlrin. He will bo afraill'' party, his right to the cboico of weapon, ous to tho large bath previously brought to The sound of bis own voice made him is vory massive iu construction llgbt. bo almost immediately after waived but it And the I.ouIstUIc start, and bo looked around him. Ho felt his claim, and accepted everything as you and olroular In shape, a series of curvos very nervous. Ho drank another glass of wished it. IIU seconds are two forming tho circle. A singular discovery military Courier-Journ- al water, and began to undross iu urdor to go men." wu mado by the workmen. At the bottom to bod. , of tbo bath they found a human skull with The vi'.count said: Hue year for only 8It two piprt fur llttlo As soon as ho got iuto bod, ha blowout the tha bruins inside in a otrifled state. Un"Thanks." u ore man toe price of ot,j llrfbt und closed bis oyes. Tbo luaiqulsoxclaliiud: fortunately it as fractured by a blow from -.-i. He thought: "I Lavo tbo whole day to"You must excuso us for only coming and an a.t, but tho fragments aro iu tho poaos-slo- n By p.iyliw uS'f you will rclTo tut or. year morrow to nrrnngo my airaln. Tho best going out agnln; of tho city architect. tut wo have still a thou yournome jm.er with the l, the thing I can do is to take a good sleep to tet-tlirprrtentntlTu newvpaporuf the Soiilb, democratmy niirve." ic and forntarlrl' fur reronueonly, aud tho best, fiujitleiammv the label on which your namo brightest aud atilt.t iaiully wrekly iu the United Ho felt.verv warm between tha sbaats: nnd P'. itci4 p ital ilflimy eyetem I ,ii printed and .ample reii it us the amountrou owe if State. 1boo who dwlre to examine itlll he could not sleep. Ho turned over and u copy of tun do so at tbl cttico. a failure. ..ii I iuououuu'ii f JitV jr. In nfrnnri. claimed: "Take care, sir; you may compel me to violate politeness." Tho stranger uttorol only ono word ana filthy word, that resoundod from ono end of tho cafe to the other, and made every ona in the houso start ai if thoy hal baen set in motion by a spring. All who had their backi turned looked round; all the rest raised their lioads; three waiters simultaneously whirled upon their bools Ilk) so many top.; the two women behind tho counter startei, and twisted themselves conmletelr about. as if they wcro two puppets pullod by one string. There was a great silence. Then a suldeu dry sound clacked in the air. Tho viscount had slapped his ndvorsary's face. Everybody jumped up to intorfero. Cards were exchanged. After the viscount rcturnel homo that night be Lcgnn to walk up and down his room with groat, quick strides. He was too much excite I to think about anything. Ona solitary idea kept bovoring In bis mind a duel although tho idea itself ha! not yet awakened auy special emotion. Ha had done just what ha ought to havodono; ho bad behavod as ho ought to have behaved. He would bo spoken of, would bo approved, would bo congratulated. Ho repoated aloud, speaking " as men speak in great mental trouble: " "What a bruto that man Is!" Then ho sat down and began to think. Htf would have to procure seconds in tho himself." And this doubt, this suspicion, this terror grew upon him; suppose that a forco more anything whatsoever. powerful than his will, an irresistible and 83, he was going to flghtl Thero was no mastering force should overpower him getting out of it now I What was the matOf course bo would ter with himl Ho wished to fight; bo had what wiuld happen appear on tho ground, as he had mado up tie firm Intention of flghtitig; ho had rebis inind to do so. Yos; but what would solved upon it; and nevertheless he cloarly blood hapTpen? What if bo should bo afraid! felt, in spito of bis utmost determination, in What If be should faint And ho began to spite of the utmost tension of his will, that think of bis position, of his reputation, of he could not possibly find tho force necos-sar- y bis name. to enable him to go as far as the. place Andn strange dosiro suddenly seized him of meeting. Ho tried to picture tin scbao in of tho day." C. E. Upton, Nashua, N. II., to got up nnd look at hlmsek in the glass. bis mind his own attitude and tho deportwrites: "For n number of jcars I Ho relit his candle. When bo saw bis visment of his adversary. was troubled with a humor In my eye, age roflecte I in tho mirror, be could hardly From tlmo to time his tooth chattered recoguize himelf; and it seemed as if he with a little dry noise. Ho wanted to read, nnd unable to obtain relief until I comhad never seen himself boforo. His eyes ana took up Chatoauvillard's Code du Duel menced using Aycr's Sarsoparllla. I lmc y looked enormous an I ho was pnlo Then bo askod himself: taken seeral bottle, am greatly bene"Doo3 my adversary froquont tho shooting bo was pale, very pale indeodl fited, nnd believe It to be the bed of blood Ho stood there in front of tho mirror. Ho gallerlesl Is hp known! Is his name pubpurifiers." II. Harris, Creel City, llamsey put out his touguo as it to certify tho state lished anywhore! How can I find out!" Co., Dakota, writes: hac been tin Ho remembered Baron de Vaux's book on of his health; and all at once this thought Intense sufferer, with Dyspepsia, for the shot through him like a bullet: the expert pistol shots, and he went through The day after past three years. Six months ago I began t this very it from ono ond to the other. Georges Lamll's nanw was not mentioned in it But hour, perhaps I shall be dead I" touso still If that man was not a good shot, bo And his heart began to thump again, furiwould never have been so prompt to accopt ously. "The day after I shall, j irbaps. a duel undorsuoh fatal conditions, with so be dead. This person here bofore me; this dangerous a weapon. As bo walked up and down ha stoppa l bo T that I sen tn this glas will bo no more. What! boro I am. I looked at myself; I feel fore a little round Ublo on which lay one of pistol-casehours I will Gastinno Hanatte's that I live, and in twenty-fou- r It has effected nu entire cure, and I am bo lying in that bod dead, with oyes closed He took out ono of the pistols, placed himnow ns well as v tr." cold, Inanimate, gone from tho world of self in the posiliou of a man about to lire, and ra(od his arm. But be trembled from tho living." Sold by nil Druggists. bead to foot, so that the barrel of tho pistol He turned to look at the bed; and ho disPrice $1 ; Six bottles, $5. tinctly saw hlmiolf lying there under the quivered and pointed in all directions. very samo covers he bad just loft. His face Then bo said to himsolf : Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ajer A Co., Low ell, "It Is simply impossible. I shall novor bo had the hollowness of a dead face; bis Mass., U. S. A. hands bad tho llmpnoss of bands that will able to fight as I am now." He looked down tbo muzzlo of tho barrel. never move again. Then he becamo afraid of bis bod; and, Into tho llttlo deep black hole which splM out death; bo thought of dishonor, of whisin ordor to escape It, be went into bis smok Ho took a 'cigar mechanically, perings in the salons, of laughter at tho lighted it, aud began to walk up and down clubs, of the contempt that woman can again. He felt cold; be started to ring the show, of allusions in newspapers, of the open insults bo would recolvo from cowards. bell in order to awaken bis Still be stared at the weapon, and, pullbor; but stopped suddenly, even whilo bis ing back the hammer, ho suddenly obhand was raied to grasp the served a cap shining under it, like a tiny "That man would seo that I am afraid." IS WAKRANTKD to cure Feer and And be did not ring. Ho mado tho fire red flame. The pistol bad remained loadod, Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, lie His hands shook a little, with by somo chance, somo forgotfuluess. And himself. nuttcnt Fever, Dumb Ague. Ulllous Fever, Dengue (or "Ilrcnk-bone- " nervous tremblings, whenover thoy touched tho discovery filled bim with a co'iif used Fever), Liver Complaint, and nil diseases arising from anything. His mind wandered; his thoughts and inexplicable Jjy. Malarial poijons. If he could not maintain bofore the other began to fly In confusion, brusque, painful; a sort of drunkenness came upon him, as if man, tho cool and dignified deportmont "Harpers, S. C, 0, ho bad been swallowing liquor. which behooves him, then he would bo ru"For eighteen months suf-crc- d And over and over again bo kept asking ined forever. Ho would bo stained, brandod with tbo stamp of infamy, driven mit of soivith Chills himself: Fever, ciety! And that calm, fearloss attitude be "What shall I dol What Is going to having Chills every other day. of mel" would not be able to have; ha know it; ho various remedies After Hi whole body shuddered, with spasmodic folt cartaln of Yet be was brave onougb recommended to cure, used quiverings; be rose, nnd going to tho win- since ho wanted to flghtl He was brave, since But tho dow, drew nsldt the curtains. bottle thought nover Cure, Aycr's The dawn was breaking a summordawrn. coinplotea Itself tn his mind; for, sudhave never since chill. The rosy sky made rosy tho city, tho roofs denly opening his mouth as wido as bo and tuo wall. A great glow of soft light could, bo thrust the muzzle of the pUtol in, enveloped the awakonlng city, like the book to. his very throat, nnd pu'lei tbo rtEr.vnr.D nv caress of the sunrise; and with its coming trigger. Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass. there passed into tbo viscount's hoart a ray When the startled by Sold by all Druggists. of hope, merry, quick, brutal! What a fool tha report of the plsto., ran in, bo found bis ho was to have thus allowed himself to bo master lying on bis back, dead. A gush of worried by fear before anything at all bad blood bad spattered over the white papof on even been decidod bofore his seconds bad tho table, and formed a great red blot Imseen those of Georgo Lamll before bo to mediately underneath tha words: "This Is my last will nnd testament" much as knew whether be would have to LUMBER! Drossed Pino Flooring, Oolling, Weather Boards, Finishing Lurabor, Qroon Lumber in tho Bonch, including Laths and Shingles. d Kortheconrenlenfeof our customers In anl vicinity we bao arranged with Uva. It, II Vdi'cti to keep on hit janlt an assortment of our Lumler, where ther ran Kt It as cheap as from us direct. He will alio make eitlmatei for nnr bills not on hanla, which w will All on short notice. JUihVIS X XM VIS. Lily, Ky. Ht4U-for- Purifier r.m.lf for lltOmn tiltullt, til (eiamrUo til mCoibi. ,0. t a 1.1. II Ail Tr WALTER A TAYLOR. AtlaaU.o7: n.'.".,"0",:',,, nn unnnKKr coanut, t ii ibttirlt mottloi iu, ul hIboj.1 off U fM tntmbrtK it crtip II tonbliil wiib ihthftllat ni-- l h"Mf UlUirMu UHU lli mailfln t.!mellh.ll Otlli, In Tail I XimnT e ! 1W "O ILi 3Li E3 X 3NT. nn ithtrr4 rrm tr.ortbt ,m, ntK u,imi ft 'In !! ftlmnUllai tlfMtortat !! till (', mhu ikt tMm TM ) c tha u i mill l tMI pro la IM Hoaibit prloilpU "! IN (. Ihr vr iui IK "i llrl-.w- IIiimi 1 l'iaiii tnooa tr-- Cr. ..l. ':" '"""'' ", CaiUrti ur TmiMii. Hoth tor tala rriilJ Dr. M. L. UOUKNK, Stanford. m A LOGS WANTED. chicacq Rt cor-tainl- "I (0) lOUItVlttt WtwAlBAHTf ;!) Through Coaches nnd Pullman Slooping Cars From Sarsaparilla AYER'S Louisville Co Chicago, Cincinnati to Chicago, IiitliuiiapollH to Chicago. THROUGH TIME TABLE Via LoulirlUe: I will pay tho highest price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and Hickory Logs deliver-e- d at any station of tho L. &NM K.C. orO. S.K. well-know- n R. J. OTTENHEIMER, Crab Orohard, Ky. Lte. toulitllle, Arr. 11 7 44 , Chicago....- - S 30 ui j 8 SO p m a ui ; su p iu I S VO 8 00 a ui a iu OHIO & MISSISSIPPI Tha Direct Itoute to Via Cincinnati; Cincinnati ., Lt. IrvlUnnlU.M.... 11 I W ing-roo- valot-do-cba- boll-cor- Ague Cure July and AYER'S Arr. Chloco. Dally. He 112 43pm 8 iO p m It7 SO a iu I I 0 p in U 70 p in 6 U ui St. Louis & tho West LOUISVILLE or OIXI.XATI. Nortbwrst and &outhwMt by the way of tIHr "Cf'tHuoJy. sure your tickets rraJ via tho ''"."iJ Chatunooga forLou-Xi.- ll X1U.1L1H lirlll. ami (1nl,.n.ii ...v. ai with tha (U N. A. A C. K'j) as It is the qulcknt. the belt uurti lunBKiiontba ino A MIiiImIppI for tft Ohio and most direct line to Chicago and point! Louis aud all joint Weal. in the Northwest, Onlr frcto Umlstlll. Tlcktts via thr Monon limit on sate at all prin- ID TTmirci natftoM. Louit, bring or Clncln-1- J cipal ticket pr9rr. For ratpi, maps and lull In- quicker than any bthrr llni, gltlng our two hours paMraitri formation, adJri lime fur mrali anj first cholc. of acatt to trains WSJ. a. llAMMVIN.n. V A , Chicago. going Wiat. ri. A., LouImIIIo. A. J.,0'KF.M.LV, O. lu MONON ROUTE, J lSSJ. 12Hours Quicker IXft&Vfi going by way V Chicago. E Only IJne bo-co- K tU O. fc"M. Fast Tlmo nnd Suro Con Always taakra With all Linn at it trying half-shap- of had a Baltimore, Philadelphia and EDWIX UAltPFli." York City, WITH TUSOIOII Auc I a and WASHINGTON, nootions fern. New St. Louis Ayer's Only Line via Cuntrdl in miJp m Union 'j Vthi-VcKIchinnml, Old Point Comfort (Hrffela 5c',.l.,bwV.0,ll",, K," Uyouare going Wut to any tulst, call oa Hotel) nutl Newport News', write io me unilmlgtic). . For full in I rrli.i.L uc In connec Ion with OiJ Djinlnljn SUatmhlpi to IFullman Cars. and Intermedial pointi Xo FcrrlcN, No Oiiiiil,K'i'riiiiK. ''. W. - or . CherryPectoral 'nSTIElW YORK, Uoodi to all rxttnta Wmi call on or a.Mrwi TaiKBgcr Ag't Ohio AMlailHlppV'uilwiy W. W. TEA I10DY, AnJ Merchants and MInrri blraiuihlp Lino to l"5lUTTul L' Agent, BOSTON. Through Trains frcui WlncltMler, Ky., to t. ,V. VAUls, raifnr llndnnatl.Ohlo ttntral KANAWHA FALLS, Korti. wniTE suLPnun springs "illuc-OruHH GEirai 8hortet and Kast Line Iletwren 1. 1. And other Famous Vliglnla Spring! and Tleaiure ItoiUc." Hunting, Fishing, lUthlngaml all klnJi of recreation for the tourlit, lurallil or tporttman. t, This line runs through tho Allrgbany on the banks of beautiful rlTcrtand itriul-na- tc Moun-tain- Quickest Kouta from Oen tral Kentnoky to all Points North, Last, Wost nnd Southwest. V on k Saved Life, fichraulejn Effect Oct. U, USJ. Obecrratlon Carson Day Train. Ilrgulir flrat r clau tickets gooa for an.l ul I ran bo Ho, C, Vo. I Vo. 17 without extra expense. Tor full Information, rates at Hotels, analyilt of M.ilklnal Spring, Ex fun. Dally Ex. Hun I'ullman bleeping Car space, Tickets, Ac, rail on or aililrrss Lre. Corlngton 8 10 a ui 5 10 p m V. il. McKOIlCRTd, ! 00 p M W. II. WIIITTLK3i:V, .. M a tn 6 'it p io 2 32 p in Ticket Agent, Trar. fawenger Agt. " laimouth Cynthlatia. 11 01 a tnllO yv ii ii 4 37 p m 8tanfii.nl, Ky. Ixiulirfllp, Ky. Arr. I'artt ill 10 a ui II oo ii iu J IS p m O. W. NM1T11, II. W. HM,i:il, "Lexington It 7 in p i. Den'l Maunder, AgH. Ocn'l Lro. !?;lr Ulohinnnil. Vlmlnla. II It a mil v.! ll S .'1 p Ul Arr. iilh 1). (i. r.DWMWH, - 'ii 2 ' " " u 1' ' 10 I" 'i'l" O.n'l wYtprn 1'inictiger Agent. Cincinnati, O. pi ' " 1"U IT" JtowlanJ 6 00 rim Lre. ItlcliuuuJ.. J 09 p m Ait. litres 3 30 p m atop-orecom-blnBOCTU-BOCH- THE SEA SnOHE. LEXIGTO. OI.VOI.V.VATI l'3'r fr " I.ltlnjiton., NoaTii-Bou- 6 00 HIM et Ho. II . No. .1U Ti 11 8 j No. m Lvo. Mrlngston. " Ik-re. i 00 a in, ' 'l fj54 fitM a JK Arr.Jtlchinond Lre. ItowfaTidT., " Lsncaiter ,. Arr. Hichmond I.re. Hichmond Arr. Wluchwur... 15a ml ami 7 IS 8 OS II 00 . am, anil am arr raru . Of a m 7 ru a m G 1 1 23 p III 23 a tn o ! 31 I "StiM J 1?aialBbMABSaiaw' ;rrv.. .r:Ml' t;t1Vlil irjuj V i I.to. Lexington Lro Pari " Crnthlana " Falmouth Arr. Co I ngt o n .. H 7 8 20 a in 3 30 8 63 n in I H U 33 a in I It! 11 80 a ml 0 00 a m t Willi in p to p p p p I a m S 20 pm tn 3 SI pm hi 0 S7 pm in 8 13 ntii 20rm ! ! Swift's Specific JKAVKVII.I.K llUANt'll. Noani-BocN- Ko. Ex. Ayer's Ually Pectoral, I er I Grit ltd Coil) iiintion Is nature's.own remedy, made from roots gathered Lto Corlngton irom the forciti of Georgia. Tho method by which Is madi was obtained by a lialf-tirir- d It from the Creek Indians whoInhablted a certain portion of " Carlisle.....;,. Georgia, which was communicated to oue of the " MayiTllle. early settlers, aud.thui the formula hu been banded down to the present day. Tho uboTe cut HOUTll-Hot'Hthe method of manufacture twenty years ago, by Mr. C. T. Hwlft, one of the present proprietors. Tho demand has been gradually Increasing Lto MaysTllleM... " Jobtiinu until a 1100,000 laboratory is now neee:;sry toiip' " Carllsln ply the trtde. A foreign demand has been crested " Mlllersuurg. and enlarged facilities ill be necessary to meet it. Arr Farls ai, Ko. ST Dally Bia. Ex. riun. i:,11""1 ys"rv J22p's 111' Johnion. "" """' I S (l S In OS n 10 SO ? Si ? 5 a m 7 SO ' ?n p '" 12 I' '" 07 p m Dally Dally Ex. Hun. Ex. fcun 3 II a 27 a 7 20 a 7 IS a 8 IS a 9 10 a rt SO No. 61 No. pm fl" ml m 2 45. p m m 3 28 pm m I 23 p in I 17 This great Lexington., Cjflnglon . alns U 3 i Vegetable Blood Purifier CL'BKS in 8 is p m m 6 10 p m a m 8 pm pm Weekly I Cancer, Catarrh, Scrofula, L'czcmn, Ul ccrsi Itlietimutlsin, Wood Tnlnt, and 4 are dally YnZ cliNter. Islington and Corlngton; otbe? amilatly except Sunday. Direct ronri.ctloni aro made at Winchester with Chc.awake A Ohio for Mt. sterling. Iluntfngton, Cbarle.too, W. Va., and Ea.tcrn du HOTK.-Tr1 "" Cmirler-Journa- o Ourler-Jouinalaa- Hirtditary or otherwise, without the use ol MerVfc' -cury or Potash. Throuvh tlcktta and baggsge to nnr Books on "Contagious Wool Poison" nnd "Blood deitlnallon reached by railroad. H. F. II. MOKSK, nnd Skin Dlrcaica'1 mailed freo. vr, II. WIIITTI.E8EY. Passenger Agent. For sale by all druggists. Trar. I'nas. Agent, Kr' TI1L' BWIFT SPECIFIC CO , I"mmon Ky C. W sStTn"""1' U, y, Fltf.I.KK Drawer S, At'an'Ji, On. If , V. 1S7 2V1 St. 'leeral Manager. dg rTndttingirc?' "KK cht-clto- un iu.