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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885103001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi VOL. XIV. Swu-StteeU- eekln PAINT LICK, GARRARD COUNTY. fi9 ntefio c unfit wJv4? NO. 69. STANFORD, KY., FMDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1885. $nitrior$ourital OANHLLE, BOYLE COUNTY, Revs, Taylor and Pond will commence a protracted mecl'ng at Walnutta next Sunday. Goorge Kice, though very low with fever, was taken to Richmond to hi aunt's Tuesday, wlisre she cou'd administer lo his want. Somebody make a raid on Mr. A. B. Ely' turnip patch every night or two and pulls up and ecitters turnip about over the patch. Mr. Ely is as good naturtd a man aa ever lived, but says be has stood it forbearance haa almost ceased to be a virtue. Some of these morning name of the boya will be found 'turned up' on their backs in the patch. L. C. Kice, a prominent roung merchant of this phce, who ha Lcen battling for 19 days with malarial fever, breathed Ho waa hia last Turn lay evening at 5.15 rational to the last and didn't fear death in the lout. Hi remains were taken to the home of hia wife, and interred Hia wife and littlo infant are left to mourn his lots. They have the sympathy of the entire community. The people hero did all in their power to help him during hia slckne. HI wife and little one though separated from him in thia world, have the consolation to know that he died with the hope of a fir better one, where there will be no sorrowing. The business men all showed their respect and cloned their bous-e- i our; little town had a sad appearance. Mrs. Rice being quite bIcU herxelf and having her husband taken from her so win. bilnc tinrried but little more than a year, bare her trouble with a christian heart, knowing all is well with thoro that love the Lord. tin-unt- il Cyn-thlan- a, j Mrs. Prewltl, wife of 'Squire Wa. II. Prewitt, died Wednesday evening after a brief UlncM. unit Frttluu Vu'iIIhImmI TitiiHilnv Mr. Waddle, of Pulaski, a democratic ga.ou X'oan candidate for the nomination for Commonwealth' Attori ey, was in town WednesWsaa psld iUJetir In wItcbm. M we hT to day. watt tnr time, 93.00 will be charged. Mr. Geo. W. Doncjhy is the proud father of a fine bay aa is uli Mr. B. J. W. P. WALTON. Durham, tho first male heir in tho family of each of these gentlemen. Tho rumor that Collector Bronston, A Busy Congressman. of Richmond, had resigned was poslttvly llie counGot. McCreity atepped up to Our New York bujer has been attending all tho large Auction Salea in Now York City for the Injt fow weeks, contradicted by a telegram from a gentleter of the K!(tn Home yesterday eTenlnR anil now tho goods are begiuning to roll in ao fast that wo can hardly find room for them. man of that city to a friend here, Tuesday And asked for his ml. The clerk handed They wero bought in many iuitauce3 atone half real value. Wo must havo room and tho only way wo know of eycnlng. postmark-e- d to get it is to quote prices that will enable everybody, the poor as well as tho rich, to lay in a supply of Fall and him toma thirty or forty letter License for the marrage of J. O. Caldfrom nit put of Kentucky. Ilia friend, inter Good?. well and Stella Cildwell, Thomas M. who wars standing nror, opened llmir ere and Silas Brown and Maggie C. Caldwell and expressed their astonishment nt the M. Riinwater and Nancy P. Ware were load of letter. 'Ob,"eld the Governor, issued by the County Clerk Wednesday. 'ihia la not a kooJ day to hear from my Mr. B. II. IVrkics received informa Eor tho people of Lincoln and adjoining Counties to supply themaelves with seasonable goods at just tho time thoy friends and constituent. You ought to tion Wednesday evening that hi grandro ni03t needed and at prices that will seem incrediblo, hut aro only too real. my see the pile of literature I have In ... . .i? I rt ! L T" 1 TTlT T l. l f1 ftl T ll if nsiil ni mc m. ? ntiN n T mother. Mrs. Bailie Thomas, of Mercer mu vumuttuu oc-- ll magic; iiuwer oi it.. uumgiuy xjouar as anown oviy ai me iruciAi. iiAuuain oiuniii. to the Caproom, all recelreJ since I came county, was barely 'alive. Mrs. Thomas Facts that will sober tho90 that recklessly squander their hard earnings. ful." The Gate rnor keens a abort-hanBelow wo give figures that aro boiled down to the solid essence of Rsal IJconomy. waa born in 1783 and is thereforo in her Our terms aro strictly cash uitu employed when he Is here, and often down. Wo chargo goods to no ono whatever, so it will bo useless to ask for credit. 08th year. o uiauorer writes write until midnight. Thousands of yards of good Dark Prints at 4c per yard. All of our best standard prints at 5c per yard. Tbo meeting at the Methodist church to blm on a tattler however unimportant Good, fine Brown Muslin, yard wide, 5c per yard. still continue with unabated interest un who doea not receive a prompt reply. He Extra heavy at 6c, 7hc and 8Jc Nice Bleached Mu3lin, 5c per yard. All tho best brands Bleached Muilin3 der the direction of the pastor, Rev. E. II. of the ii untiring In hi work for the benefit Pierce. Mr. Simons, a converted Jew, as- at 8Jc per yard considered cheap at 10c. people of his district, and la alway glad to Good Canton Flannel, 6tc per yprd. Bettor Qualities at and 8ic. Our 10 cent quality will bo found tho sists in the ecrvlcea. He ia a fluent speakextend a helping hand lo any Kentticklan will after the preparation enter the heaviest and best ever shown m Stanford for tho money. er and Ilia handsome preface and pleasant and Good Gingham 5c per yard. Extra Gingham 6 Jc per yard. The very best Gingham in tho market 8Jc per Christian ministry. dignified manner command respect and Mr. John Harlan has sold to Everhart yard. Intluence at the White Houee and oil the A big dnvo in Plaid Linsey at 10c per yard, or 12 yards for $1. Regular price 15c per yard. Hundley his farm in this county for $25,-25department. List summer he hid to rend Good Bed Ticking at SJc, 10c and 12c per yard, worth a great deal more elsewhere. There are 300 acre in the tract with man to to Washington for a short-han- d a good dwelling, etc. thereon. 100 shocks keep pace with hi larnu correspondence. of corn and fodder wtre included in tbe He tell me that be received all through sale. Mr. Harlan may remove to Missouri, Stacks of clegaut Brocade Dress Goods, all colors, Qo per yard. Twilled Cashmero, all colors, SJc per yard. , the heated term an average of elxty letters Elegant half wool Dress Goods at 10c, 12ic and 15c per yard, worth from 20c to 2oc per yard. although he has not positively concluded to to the CapiCOUNTY, HALLS GAP, LINCOLN n day. Tola U hi third trip Doublo width Cashmero at the extremely "low price of I63C, usual price 25c per yard. do so. tal eince tie advent of the democratic adSome of the farmers hero have begun Iu better quality all wool Cashmeres wo guarantee a saving oi from 15 to 25 per cent. Your corrosondent is indebted to ministration. If hedcMH not get all that gathering their corn, which is .i!d o be Capt W. E. Grubb for numerous courteof the his constituent deelre at thli end TJSAIYS, &C. somewhat better than waa first expected. sies during a recent visit to Frankfort. line they may console tbcmrelve with the Mr. J. R. Farmer, of Junction City, Tho public building, of which he is In this department we can show you some big bargains. Good Jeans at 15c, 18c and 20c per yard. Our 25c reflection that the fruit waa not in reach. has rented property and located here with will be an ornament to Frankwill bo hard to match for 35c. He certain! makes every cflort. He la a view of opening a new store iu tho old fort when completed and it ia easy to eee Jeau3 A strictly all wool filled Jeans at 35c that you have all been in tho habit of paying 50c for. long doing out in the department all day grocery formerly cccupled by M, P, Mor- Capt. Grubbs ia the right man in the Flannels wo have an immense assortment iu prices from 10c per yard upwards. all iu hi power for the army of appllcantf. gan. right place. He ! looking well and his face I he ruddy Miss Jennie Napier la ill with malari Mr. John Nelaon Preaitt, of the West a an autumn apple. He enjoy perfect al fever but her sister and two brother End of the county, di-- J at his home yew of age, and who have been so low with typhoid fever Tuesday One of our special drives is a good, heavy gray Blanket at tho unheard of price of 25c each. Good white Blank health. Helanow-evening at 5 o clock. He had never bad to pay a were reported as convalescent at last acets at 65c each, or SI 25 per pair. An elegant U-- white Blauket at 82 25 per pair, worth S3 50 elsewhere. telle me that lis 1m been ill for the ptBt five months and conGood, large Comforts at S5c, SI aud SI 25. dcntUt' or a doctor' bill elnce he wa '21 count. Rev. M. P. Morgan ht gone to Paint fined to hi bed a greater part of the time. when we jc r of gr . Thl I remarkable Lick to awlet in a meeting at that place. The doctors were undecided os to tho cause remember that be spent four year endur- Misi Nannie Bingaman ia visiting friends of the death and for their better informaing the hardships of the "Last Cause." This branch of our business has hadspociol attention this season and now wo can show a stock that for eleganco of at Somerset. A J. Norris, of Ash Grove, tion held a post mortem Wednesday morn I think bo will be ai uttiafactory to hi Mo. spent several days here lat week. ing, with what result has not been ascer style and workmanship, can not be surpassed in Kentucky. All of our best suits aro made to order, especially for people ait n Congtewman a he wa when he Wm. II Ihono i back from Winchester ua. They aro strictly Tailor made goods and wo guarantee them equal to the suits that you pay two or threo times tained. won the sobriquet of the "Model Uovern. and rejKirts a slight improvement in the Mr. A. L. Ormsby, who haa been visit- tho money for. These goods range iu price from S10, $12, $15, $18 to 820 and we aro satisfied that any one getE. Kincsid In tho Louisville cattlo trade at that point. or.'-- C. r bill. ting one of thcto suits will be pleased with it and ho will probably save ing friends here, left for her home in Time. Wo sell a mau's good, durable suit for $3. Very good suits for $4 and 84 50, aid for S5 wo will eell you a strictIowa, on Wednesday. Her sisSya Bill Nye. "Don't attempt to cheat ter, Miss Alice McGrorty, accompanied her ly all wool suit that usually sells for $10. Theso are a special Job lot and can not bo duplicated after this lot 13 sold. A Lucid Explanation, Men's elegant reversablo Overcoats at S3, worth $6. Men's good heavy Overcoats at $4, $5 and $6 that you can Two Texan negroea dropped into elec an editor out of a year' subscription to hia and will probably remain until spring. paper or any other sum. Cheat the minis- Mrs. W. S. RjwlanJ and not match for loss than from $1 to $2 more. triclty one day during their conversation. d Mr. Jas. Ono lot of Boys' Wool Ve3ts at 35c each. A big drive in Men's Flannel Blouses at 50c to 75c each. "What de deuco am di heah Ulecaf, ter, cheat the doctor, cheat anybody and went to Louisville yesterduy to atIt will pay you to look at our Clothing before buying. I don't Jnderatan' how folk can everybody, but if you have any regaid for tend the marriage of their brother, Mr. antho? the future consequence, don't fool the edimtko each udder underatan more den a ilite Bowman, to Miss Bremaker. Capt. hundred mllca otl, as I has hecrd tell on " tor. You will be up for office some time J. K. Bishop has returned from New York. ' Derie worka a little maibeon at one or want some public favor for yourself or Mr. J. R- - Downs, of Chattanooga, is here to one-haIn this line wo acknowledge no opposition whatever. All of these goods were bought at from some of your friends, and when your luck real value and aro to bo sold tho satuo way. eend, and hit writes at the udder eend " among old friends. Mr. John W. Zimis a 'thing of bsuty anJ joy forever,' the "Don't sorter catch on." One lot Ladies' Cloaks at $1, worth $3. One lot Ladies Cloaks at 82, worth $4. merman has brought bis family from Loueditor will open up on you and knock vour isville and has gone to housekeeping on Ono lot elegant Newmarkets and Dolmans, fur trimmed, at $5, $6 and 87, worth from $8 to $10. Ono lot elegant "Did you nebber tread on a do,;' tal ?" air c.utle into a cocked hat at the first fire. Third street. Dr. and Mr. I. 8. Warren, Silk Circulars at $8 50 and 89, worth $12 to S15. One lot better quality at 810 to $11; would bo cheap 'Ojc:uneI haa." "Hit didn't b irk wid hi tail, did lu?'' He'll s'ibdue you and then you'll cu your of Greenwood, were in town Tuesday and at 815. Children's Cloaks large variety from 75c up. stupidity for a driveling idiot, go and Wednesday. Ladies' Jerecys, all sizes, 60c each; same quality we sold at $1 a short time since. An elegant vest front Jersoy "Ob coure not " at 75c. worth $1 25. Something now; ask to see it. Iu better qualities wo have them at SI,- $1 25, $1 75, 82, wld de lelegnf. D dog bukB hire some mam to knock you down and "JeM so "How doea it happen that there are to 82 50 and 82 75, all of which ore bargains. wld bla mouf at de udder eend. Jeea t'poto kick you for falling." many old maids among the school teachto a dog longenuffter reich from Autin hJwin b. springer, of Weymouth, waa er?" is'red a reporter of a school superinSifting. San Antonc."-Te- is recently given a room at a Boston hotel ,: tusau nt C1 Afon'a finn Slmca nfftl '.5, 31 50, 81 75, 82 and $2 50. tendent the other day. I . r Tr, u .u UUww .. v iJiVtiuua luu uvk I'aii, M..n u vn ill CUB LUUUi ucavy Il. They stood beneath the summer skies at which was another lodger who snored "Because school teachers are, as a rule, Men s cood winter Uoots at gl 30, that no ono would thiuk of pricing at less than 82 25. The very best quality very loud. Springer, after trying the us-- women of sonse, and no woman will give r.nd watched the twinkling etara iu ceasewhole stock custom made Boots at 82, 82 25, 82 50, 82 75, $3, $3 25 and $3 50. Boys Boots all prices from 75c methods of arousing him, secured a less, brilliant twink. It was a night to up a $(30 paction (or a $10 man," waa the fn 82. thoy stout stick and gave blm a beating, which bring the angel from tho blue that ' "ply- Ladies' and Children's winter Shoe3 in great variety and at astonishingly low prices. One of our specialties is a upon the soffectually arouied the sleeper that he ,! ,l,t Ur their ccnlle hand Ladies' Glovo Kid Foxed Button Boot with worked button holes at 81 75 per pair, considered cheap by regular Bucklen's Arnica Salve. I'venlug air, and touching every boartetring, only knew it than thousands of boys who Rubber Ofershoes and Arctics, all styles. The lkt Silre In tho world lor Cut!. BruUct' dealers at 82 50. fill the world with harmony. "And this is are at Urge. There ia nothiug like being Sores, Salt Hhcuni, Fever Sores, Tetter, CbappeJ love," she said, looking into hia face: "And practical, and there ia but one way to be so. Hands, Chilblains, Corna aud allfikln Kruitious, he continued, stopping to Acquire bucines habits and train yourself and ioUlTolr cures Piles, or no psv required. I, love la regular prices wo mean every word we say. Ono lot Buys Polo When wo say wo havo these goods at one-hal- f pretty pinknew of her cheek, to gooJ, honest, bird work. Don't wate Is guaranteed to give perfect latlsfaotlou, or money kiss the box. For wlo ly Caps refunded. Trice 21 cents 10c each; 3 for 25c. Ono lot hotter quality at 20c, worth 40c. Ono lot Boys' Wool Hats 15c each. Ono nitvelr,"I,a-bylerUn- , your time loarning to tie o cravat. nt You "What rcllulot?" ah s asked, A McAllatcr. lot Men's heavy winter caps at 20c each, worth 50c. Ono lot of Men's Wool Hats at 25c, worth 50c. Ono lot of Nelson Fcnuy or Methodist, or lliptlsl, or Epis- can buy cravats alre.idy tied. Men's Fur Hats at 81, worth 82. We have about 300 good quality Men's Stifr Fur Hats that we havo been selling lihat Can Be Done ? copalian?" "Koneof these, angel mine," County Record. again and keeping up courago many 81 50 each that wo are going to close out nt 50c and 75c each. By trying he whlMnred, folding her to bis throbbing A co'tly feature of bridal toilet just thlnut BMMulnslv luiPOMllili mar bo attained. real value. Large assortment of Ladies' and Children's Hals at one-hal- f hear;; "none of thoe; it is ia tho hand bouquat. Oaii of orange Hundreds of hopeless casts ol Kldnay and liter now Djvatlonil exercise were continued blossoma and delicately tinted lilacs recent Complaint haTO bicu cured by Electric Bltlcta, everything elsa had been trlod In vain. So Merchant Traveller. until a In'o hour. ly carried nt a New York wedding cast $50. after don't think there U no cure for you, but try ElecLook well to tho Nickle3 tho Dollars will take caro of themselves. boutric Hitters. Tbcrals no uiedloine so aafc, to pure Sir James l'aget has been tricing the At another wedding soon to occur the Wo havo succeeded in getting another largo shipment of tho Celebrated Windom Six cord Soft Finish Spool Cot stuquet will be of orchids and white lilac-"and ao perfect a Blocd I'urlacr. Electric Bitten courso In life of one thousand medical Each spool contains 200 yards wnd it will work on any machine equal to Clark's,-a- s Diabetes and all Dhvascs of ton in white, black and colors. of which will be more than $100 will cure Dyspepsia, dents, taken at random from n EnglUU in the cost Stomach Invaluable lu affections of all know who havo tried it. Wo sell it two spools for 5c, or just half price of any good machind thread known. haa expressed a desire the Kidneys. overcome all Urinary Difficulties. stitute. He found that 2 out of tho 1,000 Still another bride and Liver, and Wool Saddle Blankets 15c each; two for 25c. Whalebone Buggy Whips 25c each, worth 75c. Linen Shirt Bosto carry a bouquet entirely fashioned of or Large Bottlos only 50 ccnta a bottb at Fenny A Hose, extra quality and length achieved distinguished aucces; CO had oms 10c each; three for 25c. Men's Shirts 15c, 20c and 25c each. Ladies' success; 007 made a livlnr; 121 chide, and the Horint haa been given a carlo McAllster. 15c and 25o per pair, worth 40c. Men's good Socks at 5c per with a fow sleight manufacturers' imperfectious. at Excitement in Texas, t.i.1 a verv limited auccess, not having blanche order. The ephemeral trill 3 will pair. Men's heavy wool socks 10c per pair. Job lot Suspenders 10c per pair; threo for 25c. In the viciniGreat cxcllemcnt has been earned made a Wr practice within 15 Tears after be very expensive. Threo papors good Pins for 5c. Threo papers good Needles for 5c. Two boxes good Blacking for 5c. Good ty of I'arls, Texas, by the remarkable recovery of graduation, and GO failed utterly. Nearly Job lot Ladies' Linen Collars 5c each. Men's Collars, standing or turn down, Earl Another Li dm. on Conuuctous. E. Corley, who was so helpless he could not Hair Brushes 15c, worth 35. the whole number Sympathetic Friend Can't you do a little Mr. J. btd, cr ralsa his head; everybody said he & Wilsou's and nil tho best makes, 10c each, worth from 15c to 25c. Ladies' Hand Bags 25c each, worth 50c. La. 10 per cent. (OG) of turn In left the profession after beginning either Bomethiug for Conductor Smith, Brown? was dying of Consumption. Atrial bottle ol Dr. dies' Kid Gloves 35c per pair, worth 75 ceuts. Good Pocket Books 5c each. Twelvo dozen Shirt Buttons for 5c Finding reeach. Best Shoe Polish for Ladies Shoes 10c study or practice, 87 died after entering He has Just got to work again after a three King's New Discovery was sent him. box or Dr. Six paokages Hair Pins for 5c. Fancy bordered Handkerchiefs lief, he bought a largo bottle and a good Envelops for 5c. practice, nnd 41 died when students. per bottle , worth 25c. Twenty.four sheets good Noto paper for 5c. Twenty-fivmonths' illness and is very hard up, Klng'aNew Life Pills, and by tbe time he had box, Spool Silk all colore, 100 yards, 5c spool. Lamp Shears 5c per pair. Face Powder best quality 5c rer Brown Certainly I will. I am always taken two boxes of Pills and two boxes ol the Dis"Will you have a piece of pie, Mr. Good- glad to help a fellow-beiRubber Ribbon 5c per yard, worth 10c. Table Oil Cloth 15c per yard, two yards for 25c. Breakfast Shawls 20c in distress. I covery ho was well and had gained In flesh man?" asked Bobby mother of the min pounds. Trial bottles ol this Great Dtscov-er- y each. Men's Red Undershirts, wool, 75c, worth SI, and hundreds of other thiugs equally as cheap that we havo on his am going up tho road fur Consumption frioat Penny A. McAMttcr's. ister. "Thanks; no," ue rcpueu. iwuu7 . neither time nor space to mentiou. "X-nI tralu, and I'll pty my fare on tho car waa naked tho same ideation. A great mauy think us foolish to soil at the prices wo do, but wo have found out that tho way to increase trade 13 Positive Cure for Piles. of buying a ticket. hesitatingly. guea not," said Bobby, rather Wo buy our goods and pay for them generally beforo they get in tho Houee. They aro To the peopled this county we would say that to get tho prices down. Dr. Sturtevant, of the New York Ex- we have bcou given tho Agsncy of Dr. Marchlsl's ours and we shall sell them at bucIi prices as wo think best. We want you to come and see us, whether customers or minister looked at Bobby In surprise. Tho guarautcod Pile Wo will gladly show you our goods uml will not get at all mad if you don't buy. "I thought all little boya were fond of pie," periment Station, snya that careful experi- Italian or money refunded-Intern- al, External, not. are," replied Bobby. "1 ments have shown that unripe tomato to cure To those living outot town wo will say that we can gavo you onough on a small purchase to pay your railrord faro he eaid. "They Prlco 50c a box. If you seeds will grow and give a gain of fifteen Blind, Bleeding or Itching Piles. Druggists. both ways tor a number of miles. Country merchants, wo have bargains for you and can savo you tho expenso of can eat that hull pie; but ma said Forsaloby Pcnuy A McAllster, ahe'd save It days in earllness over ripe seeds from the going to tho city. dld't like any I mustn't an' Hartford Times. Daughters, Wives and Mothers. Bame plants. Peas and corn Qt for table for 3733LO We emphatically giuranteo Dr. Marchlsl's use will grow and produce earlier crops a Female Ileracdy, t euro Female DIs Shout or Money, -- A Dinvllle min than ripe seed, but plants from immature be eases, such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and left an old watch at a jeweler's to seed are more feeble than tbore from ripe Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or bearing S""4 be called for nnd a few weeks later --4 uu0? Wre eeed, ilown Wilng. Irregularities, Barrenness, Change ol Faunas? sus i "Two it and asked what the cnargea were. SpiApples should not he picked or handled from the above, like Headache, Bloating, dcllar nnd a half" "Did you Bay two when wet with either rain or dew, nor nal Weakness, Sleeplessness. Nervous Debility, for ail tbe People, elr." "Well," Originators and Promoters of Low dollars and a hall?" "Ye tho Heart. Ac. For sale by "jou ctn take the ihould they ba exposed to any damp Palpitation olJl and 1 30 per bottle. Send to Dr. replied tbo cua'.omer, Prices STAFFORD, nef whatever after they are taken from Main watch for part pay, and wheu I get some the trees. J B. Marchlil, Utlea, N. Y for pamphlet, free. St. Asaiili b il&ncc." A Mo.MUttr, DruggUH. r sal by Pouny chanze I'll coma in and pay the n annum SATION OF THE CENTURY! Listen while we tell you the story: How and why we do it. THIS WILL BE A GOLDEN A OPPORTUNITY T 1 a sT" 1 T" d 7c 0. DRESS GOODS. FJLJLNKEIiS, super-iu'unde- tit, ISXiANKETS AND COMFORTS. 4 CJLOTMIKO. five-dolla- Kin-nair- INDIES' CLOAKS AM3) WRAPS. one-fourt- h lt fur-line- d - !... ROOTS AND SHOES. .. MATS AND CAPS. ir Notions and Specialties Prom Auction. , lo all-wo- ol thlr-ty-s- lx ng o, Olntiueut-emphatic- ally Gc2?&Lt 33rtl3Q. JStOa?, & JJ IPO notel Building, 3 Drug-gist- Popular Prices Street, KY. tractions for me. 53 looks askant, at what A seat in the New York Block Ex25 embraces with the utmost eagerness. change sold for $34,000 this week, the So I let the ' bora" go with my bleating, highest price ever paid. Hit Address Changed to Lahore, for they enjoy it. I remained behind, for It is authoritively announced that Punjab, India October 31), 1885 Mrs. Nellie Sirtoris has not applied for a the same reason exactly I would rather DEALER. IN Stanford, Ky.,- stay than go, where going involves fatigue divorce and does not contemplate doing so. Hardware, Horse Shoes, Groceries, Baddies, Dispatches have been received In Lor- - "Praise the Lord. God is Loveand Noth and adventure From which I infer that Iron, Nnlls, QnceiiHwnre, Mtifrgy Whips, I am growing older than I was; though I don to the fact that King Thebaw, of Bur-maW. P. WALTON. ing Else." BnRgy Wheel, Stoves, Cano Mills, Unrucss, have to reason a bit over such a circum had bten assassinated. We hope it Is Spoltcs, Cider Mills, Lap Covers, mystance at tho foregoing, to convince true. PiiosrECT Point. Landour, N. India, RIiuh, Stoneware, Corn Shelters, Collars, Late dispatches from Virginia indicate 1885,.J self of the fact. Generally I am only 20 Sept. 19, The firsl annual Fair of the Colored that tho democrats hare everything in State Fair Association opened at Jackson, Dear Intemor; "The rain is over and Not a minute older. Without posing Oliver Ohillsd, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Wooden; ano shape for a glorious victory over Mahone, Miss., Tuesday, under the most favorable gone," is a scripture that takes on new therefore, as a self denying martyr to duty, Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roofthe flesh and the devil. John S. Wise has auspices. SepI may, after the above confession of reameaning in the Himalayas in the late ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. abindined all hope of being elected GovThe governor, auditor, secretary ol tember. Our last, lingering, parting down- sons for remaining, also add, that I am Salcnmcn J j0hnllrluht,Jr. night and State, treasurer and attorney general are at pour occurred last Tuesday, the 15th. It glad to keep up our interesting meetings on ernor. Mahone is still working d&7 to ave the Legislature and his work Jellico investigating the condition of the was a "smasher" thouch. as if the Mon- - Tuesday and Thursday, and not disappoint has stirred up the democrats all over tho convicts there. Boon was breathing its last as spitefully as the denr souls, who seem to be hungrily THE NEW GROCERY AND 1IAKDWAKE nOUSE OP State. He now recognizes his mistake In The curious statement is made that of possible, and regretfully gave up its prerog- taking in the Truth I am enabled to give inviting Foraker to speak in Vlrginin. two thousand persons employed in a tobac- atives of mist and mould, and general them from the 'storehouses" of our Joseph The mere announcement of the invitation co factory in Spain not one had the cholera gloom for the tried denizens of these moun Ziphnath Paaneah, the "Revealer of Sehas done more to rally the democratic during its prevalence in that locality. tain heights. But it had to go. Its time crets." Wo expect, "if the Lord will," to go down forces tban even the Fitz Leo calvary parA dispatch from the Labrador coast had come. The bracing North wind came ades. The fact that the Governor elect of says a storm raged from the 11th to the rushing from the distant show peaks and hill on the 12th Pioxlmo, and be present at Ohio was elected bT means of the bloody-shir- t 15th inst., during which time about 20 swept the mu?gy mists down into the Dh the Dauarah meetings at Lucknow. These cry renders him especially obnoxious vessels and over one hundred lives were ra Dhoon, over the Sirvaliks, and oil, across are annual assemblages of earnest christian Would kit Jlymk your attention lo the fact that they hire juit return! from tha cities with iln tr h anJ well lelrctrj itock of CHOICE to the white men of Virginia. 'Wherever lost. the arid fiats beyond to return no more, workers, inaugurated by the Methodist Congressman Spriggs, of New York, this year. The special feature of the mon brethren, but not at all Sectarian. From bespeaks tho democratic clubs will turn out, bearing on poles shirts dipped in blood thinks it is a blessing that the Mugwumps soon is, that it comes, in every case, cl arc- there we expect to return to Lahore and and his first speech will make a thousand came out against Hill, and estimates the ing up the hill from below. From mid-Jun- o hold meetings in our old home in the Pun- In enJltM rarlcty, dainty In quality and Mtlfictory In price; this wo guiMnli. Our aim shall t 1)ji. new votes for the democratic party. We majority for the democratic ticket in that We have no programme. at all tltnei to npIT every want tn our lln. to mid September, the steady S W jab. sincerely hope that the democrats are not State at from 39,00 to 40,000. wind pours its cloudy vapors upon our want one. We know the LORD praise over sanguine and that the dear old State The convict, Henry Smith, who killed drenched hilMop, as upon the plains be- His dear name and be knows what he Conilitiof tho BtanJarJllranJaolEuropo and America. Our large line of Cuoklcg elous Include will be redeemed from the thralldom of his guard, Pomp Ball, in Rockcastle last low. Then the tide of battle turns, and the wants us to do. When wo know it toi thojuatly celebrated "Oreat Weatcrn lUaerre" and many other family larorltea. Our China, Glut unscrupulous and designing raicalj who year aod escaped, was captured by the keen northern blasts bent back the serried why we fully expect to do it. and quwniware Mock conilals In part of Talle, Tea and niaintr Seta complete, Otauware richly cut have been trading in her honor. I can not tell you how glad and thankful and etched. In tho way of lireaditufli wo nauio Buckwheat Hour, the queen ot marshal of Lawrenceburg and taken to the battalions of murky and the all tribe. Our His neck is good for the blue sky, that all these weary months I am that the dear LORD has kept us "in Patent (!. M." Flour, urlralled lor cake and poatry, while Hire and Hominy, our own patrl-oti- c Commercial says: "The penitentiary. The Louisville product, arrayed aa faithful adjunct. Alt tbedellraclea In Koralgn and Uomettlc Confection! beamed beautiful above them, is manifested perfect peace" during this most painful, Evening Pwi has a report from Danville to halter. aro here. Tin, Stono, Wooden and Wlllowware, Electric Lamp, Stationery. Canned Meats and Kralt L. F. Saunders, representativeelect again to eyes that acho for a sight of it; trying season of waiting, we havo known and complete line of Clgara and Tobaccos. Well, thli li only a hint of what wt hare. the effect that Collector Bronfton of that lWUflni for 9 years. Whail a trial to live 0 months in.i wo cu iu..B u io your microti, wo connueniiy ait an examination of our good and your rtroa district, has been invited to step down and for Carroll county, shot his man the other but never a glimpse do they get, while the in tho"dolce far nlento" of an Indian hill age. lteapectlully, TAJLOH ItltOTIIKllf. out. It is said that Judge M. II. Owsley day, in order, probably, to qualify himself Monsoon prevails. concealed-weapoYet! in Itself, after tho life n Tbe Bearers long fight with the mould Banitar'u-nwill be Bronston'a successor. The only to act intelligently on the law at the coming session of the Igis-latnr- e. on that gathers thickly in a few hours, we have lived of ceaeles., successful sercharge against the incumbent is that the Lonisville Times. every boot, shoe and leather bound book vice for over 8 years, it would be a very v9ll for the man; that he has office is too large Ward cloeed at under his charge is over. Ilia jharaii Purgatory of enforced comparative IdleneM, Tho trial of Ferdinand bit off more tban he can chaw." The only But now, as the probation period draws to ground for this report is that Collector 12.45 yesterday morning by the jury return- (wiping cloth) has rest. The frequent ing a verdict of '"guilty of larceny in the fires in every room, for drying purposes, are a close, I simply wish to testify that He Bronston had gotten some of his accounts a no longer needed, and the oft repeated in who keeps in the bmy scenes of active lalittle mixed and had sent for the storekeep- first degree." The penalty is ten years' the penitentiary, bat it may-b- e junction of ungeethee jalai (light the fire) bor, can also sweetly keep in scene and in ers to aid him in correcting them. He has Pltl.111 IS lesjened in the discretion of the CourJ ceases to distract his harrassed soul. The circumstances, that, but for His Almighty not been asked to resign nor do we suppose Last Friday night at Glen Alice, Eist Ayah hangs out the bed clothing on the keeping power, would rust the very soul Drugs, Books, Stationery and he will be for be is filling the office as effbeen just as happy and conFancy Articles. Judge Owsley, who Tennessee, John C Tnompaon murdered paling that guards the edge of the preci- out. We have iciently as possible. and robbed James C. White. Monday pices on three sides of Prospect Point, and tented in one place as the other with returned from. Washington yesterday, says HIM. Ah! that is the secret, dear friends. Pbyilclam' prrKrlptloni aicuratrly comoundtd. his trip thither had no connection whatever evening a mob took Thompson from the goes oil in the most reckless way to prepare There is no religion worth the name but lAHHjlTl dUrV Av ikK. JSHB with GjI. Bronston's office, eni that he Kingston jail and hung him directly over her husband's dinner sure that in the He con- midst of it Bhe will not be summoned by a fellowship with JESUS. would not accept the office, were it tendered the spit where his yictim fell. "Content wllh leboIJUg HIi laco. hasty cry from the mistress "ao, Ayah! to him, even should the incumbent resign. fessed his guilt. My all to bti plt&iure rraigncd, The Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, Mrs. Ella Lancaster was arrested at juldeeao! panee purta" (come Ayah! come Ho states further that he ii an applicant No change of tcaton or placo, of having murderJewelry and Silverware Lexington on the charge Can make any charge In my mind." quicklyl the rain is falling) so familiar to for no office whatever. ed her husband, Jerries Lancaster, in that her in the rainy season; when, beguiled by I wih I could, by a motion of this poor ETer bought to Ibli market Prlc Lower than The New York Sun takes a rosy view of city about ten dave ago. Mrs. Lancaster is a few minutes sunshine, she had ventured pen, transform it into a wand of power, tbe Loweat. Watchet, Clock, and Jewelry Ito- palred on aboit notice and Warranto!. democratic projects in its State. It nays: believed to have had an accomplice with to spread her sheets and blankets for a that would convey this one "secret of a "The election in this State will take place whom Bhe was intimate, and Lancaster happy life" to all my readers. wis brief airing. next Tuesday, and we take pleasure in as- killed to get him out of the way. By this mail, Dr. Humphrey's noble deHow bluest blue the Bkies are to be sure; suring the public, and especially the memA special from Fannin county, Wyo- Italy can not beat them for azure depth. fence of dear John Young, came to hand. bers of tho democratic party, that so far as ming, says: "A lady living near Ravena Perhapi the contrast breeds exaggeration It made me doubly glad that I sent otf it is possible to judge beforehand, the can- gave birth, last Wednesday night, to five for we have been sweltering, 4 months, un- last week's "In Memoriam " And it deep didates of the democracy for governor and children, all boys, ine name of tbe par- der leaden cloud, remember; but that ened my personal admiration and love for for the other Sate offices are pretty certain ents is Thompson, and the father informs apart, these smiling heights of heavenly the dear old yeleran, who was not afraid to to be elected. The democracy are thorough AND us that he has named the boys respectively blue, are fitting types of the dear LOVE speak & true word, that all ought to have ly united in the eupport of Governor Hill been intrepid enough to speak, for my dear, Cleveland, Hendricks, Bayard, Manning, of God they mirror forth. Xm-iiitiii-- o and his associates upon the State ticket ! and Chenowith. Mother and boys are all The ferns are limp, ragged and yellow. sleeping friend. When they meet, in the is no faction in any part of the State There doing well." They are children of the mist, and on glory, I am sure it will be a happier greetA I nil and complete umeriuciit or that is opposed to their ekction." Furniture, enibracJiiK A man and wife named Boggs, of near breath of tho dry North wind is sufficient. ing for this kind defence of one whom so erjthliiK from the Clirnpciit o Ilio FIiionI HiiIIch. Ko Fr.OM the report of the Commissioner of Virogna, quarreled. The wife was of Their glory departs instantcr. They van- few bave cared to defend on proper groundr. neetl to Ko to tlio InrRe oltlcH to .unite your pnrcliitMCH, no matter temper. When they went to bed she ish as quickly as they comr. The trunks And I feel sure the dear Savior will own Hunt quantify or Internal Revenue, kindly tent us by Col. quality yon want, an I ami ulll elnpllcate T. S. Bronston, Collector, we find that tho took a razor with her. She then requested and limbs of oak and rhododendron look this Apologia, of one, so dear to His own any price yon can obtain c!ewhcre, frcIKht Lclnr; milled. AIo total collections of the fiscal year were him to put his arms about her, which he eorely bedraggled now, with the rotting heart of LOVE. Ever in Jesus, a full iMNorf mem ot Collin, t'nvc. NhrontlH anil KoIich, embrao Geo. O Baknf9. and that it took $1,480,000 did, and while embracing her she used the fringe of yellow ferns clinging in a wo- liiK nil the New Ntyle. both cheap am! cxpcnilrc. lVnro P S AridreiM future letters, till further oppowlto Wt. Anaph Hotel. room' to collect it, being 3 9 per cent. Illinois razor to accomplish a dreadful mutilation. begone way to their sides. Yet even these Stanford. Ky. heads the list of revenue paying States with The doctors hope to save the life of the bave one beauty left. In the twilight, notice Care Rev. J. Newton, D. D., Purjb. India. $23,075.8GI 61, while Kentucky comes next man. The woman has disappeared. when the yellow glory of the departing with S14 842,475 41. The latter amount is Scott, a molder, working in a foundry daylight falls in a particlunr way through GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. more than Pennsylvania and all the New at St. Louis, while emptying a large ladle the tree top, for a brief moment, the ferns Lancaster. England States pay. This district contribu containing 10,000 pounds of molten iron look golden, in the fleeting glow of sunset, Several of our merchants have adopted into a pit, fourteen feet deep, the cable and the contrast of the green and gold it ted $751,775 84 of Kentucky's amount. trie caah system of doing business, holding the ladle broke, and' the unfortu- lovely. Conklino, who, as it was alleged, de- nate man was About 52.000 worth of claims wre The dahlias still hhz on the hill sides. precipitated into the pit nounced the New York republican ticket, at the mce'ing of tbe Court of Claims with the molten metal on top of him. He I am sure I am not exaggerating when I and brother-ilaw Bacon, who said that Monday. was seen to writhe several times, and when say that ot this lovely flower growing wild Cleveland did not care how Ohio and New Mr O. D Hurl', of Buckeye, has been tbe body was removed it was found to be on the'e mountains, 50 differirg tints, is Yoik went, both deny emphatically that under, rather than over the mark. As I appointed a stoKkeeper and Ringer by charred beyond recognition. they exprejrfed the opinion?, charged to Bronston. In Boston a Biptist preacher named rode up from Muesoorie yesterday, on one them by the interviewers. The fellow who Eld.Jeiffe Walden bought seven acres Djwub is on trial charged with having hill point, simply covered with these varie wrote the Conkling interview know the maintained improper relations with a Mrs. gated flower glories, I saw at a single of land adjoining the public school lot on ear marks pretty well, if he did Lexington street for $1,000 Tabler, a member of his ihek. The trial glance, tit least 5,000 dahlias blooming. fabricate the interview. -- Col. D. Collier bought of J. W. West is largely attended by ladies, who, on the I can no more tell you what they look hU stock of dry gcods, &:, and will run I could describe the rhododenTiiErot'enness in Ohio is ehown in the the introduction of certnin tesiimony, hold like, than fact that out ol the o 23 rial returns received their fanB before their faces. Some of the drons last spring. A eugar tree top loaded the business at the old stand assisted by V,'. It. Marrs. from eighty eeven counties by the Secretary testimony is as dirty rs can ba imagined, with jicquinot wai the nerpt I Mr. -- 0,ir County Clerk iwueJ marriage II- getting a Kentuckian to of State at Columbus, sixty one were re- but it is given in the minutest detail col- could come to turned to clerks of court for correction. "take in" a Himalayan rbo lodendron. To cen'.M on Thursday to Mr. Albert Kidwell umns of it in metropolitan dailies. ' In the contest for Grand Master of tbe duly set forth Himalayan dnhlias well! and Miss Eiie Wooldge; alto to J. B. The Judicial Conven ioi of the 5th DisDiuelas and Miss Alics B Hammonds. trict is in eesaion at Russellville, with the Grand Lodge nf OJd Fellows Judge Regi- I give it up. A promenade concert, for the benefit a Romanian convent on the We have Reeves men a nec'r ahead, though the nald II. Thompson, of the Louisville City symmetrical hill top, lyins; juit in front of of the College, will be given at the city hall Ciurt, and Mr. James T. Willis, of Grant Rodes men are noisy and sanguine. county, received an equal number of votes. our Proipact Pjint ridge, but much lower next Tuesday evening. All the local tal The election was then decided by a blind down. Daring the rains, when the veper ent will participate and a treat of good HOTES Of CURRENT EVENTS. man drawing the came of Mr. Willis from bjlla eent their musical tones up through things in the music lice is promised. William D. WolforJ has been appointFrankie, infant daughter of Mr. II. C. a hat A. J. Reed, of Richmond was elect the mist the effect was very fine. It seemed ed postmaster at Jamestown. ed Grand Master; William White, of Louis- like a peal from the uneeen world. What Kauflman, got hold of an ammonia bottle William,Martin has been appointed ville, Grand S.cretary; George W. Morris, our Catholic friends do at that convent, I Wednealay evening and drank a portion deputy collector with office at Richmond. of Louisville, Grand Treasurer, and W. have no knowledge of. One nevr sees its of its contents, This (Thursday) mornicg Columbia has another paper. It is W. Morris, of Louisville, Grand Rjpresen-tative- , inmates, male or female. I believe they she is criiically ill and fears are entertained republican and is edited by M, F. Harmon, bave a small school there. Toe buildings of her recovery. The democrats of Baltimore elected Mm. Jane Young is visiting rclativis are imposing in nppoirance, and every, To the Voters of Lincoln County: tho municipal ticket by from 2 000 to 3,000. thing wears the asptct of an extensive es in Lexington. Mr. C. D. Peacock will re This is to announce to you my Candida It will lake 10 years at the present tablishment, well kept up. I presume it deputy poitmaeter. Cias. M. Rindall, of rate of work, it is Baid, to complete the cj for ro election to the effice of Circuit Mr. W Court Clerk at the next August election, is more of n sanitiriuu for tbe sickly or London, wat in town this week. Branch Penitentiary at Eddyville. overworked ones on the hot plains than A. Arnold and family have returned to Being a democrat, I will, of course, abide Of 140 Collectors and Surveyors of Rme has her enUblih- - their residence in the country. by any action the party may take for tho anything else Customs in the Forvice, 100 have been reIt is a fact, often obsiwed, that Lin. pelecticn of iu candidates and givo my sup. ments scattered throughout Iadla, and her placed by democrats mum Mr. C eveland here aro of a venerable antiquity. caster captures o7ory conceivable pittern port to its nominee for this as well as for missions came in. Will started, in company with two oth- in the pastry line when it comes to the mat any other office, whoever he may bf ; but The (oUeciiood iu the Louisville InI wish it clearly understood that this pledge ers, for the snowy range lait Friday. Thew ter of nicknames, They do say that when ternal Revenue district reached $101,105.59 peaks are about 80 tuilei away, as the crow a young man comes here a stranger to take one day this we;k, the largest single day's is not t5 be c:nsliutd as an invitation to flies, and 120 ns thrt pirly goes -- "up hill up his abide, a counsel is held by tho other anyone to become my competitor, as I work iu its history. clear au- ui'ortunatCH who generally pick out a and down dale" -- but i.i the Bufjrd, a relative of Tom and shall feel neither slighted nor lonesome if John tumn mornings they look near enough to sobriquet that becomes the wearer nicely. I hsyetorun all the wty by myself. Abe, who shot, the oue a chief justice and rilb ball, Such title aj "Pigeon," "Horse," "Mum. I Bhonld esteem it a high compliment to be reached by a Marlini-Htnr- y ths other hiunelf, hai just killel li father "long rante" Will's compan my," CJooee egg," ""3bad" and "Washout" sighted havo my coniuct in office endowed by near Hhelbyville, Mo. are fair samples of the taste disp'ayed. and should endeavor to make ev- ions are, tho Rev. Evinp, meionarj at In the Carter C.rcuit Cxirt, Keeniis and Rev. Henry Forrnan the Satiaranpur; An eccentric geniua is now painting ouch Burclctt wa) foind guilty of the murder ident my appreciation of such a mark of son of my old fellow laborer in Inhere, approval by a faithful discharge of tho di sentences as "Prepare fur eternity ' and of Albert Algin twi years ao, and sententlei of tho position. In this connection I and Will's senior by 3 months cnly. "Rjpent and believe" on the roadside rocks ced to the penitentiary for life Tho trip will occupy a month, nod a of various Northern States He is a Oer-ira- n desire to express my sincere gratitude to Theexpre-- s oi the Cincinnati Southmy fellow Citizens for their kindness and thcro are no mail facilities we shall pcarcenamed George .Mayer He says thai ern made the run MoLday from Chattapartiality to me aa heretofore manifieated. ly hear from them more than once or twice ho haH thus preached 2,700 "sermons in mile-- , at an avernooga to O nclnna'i, 335 OH. 29, 1885, J. p. Bailey. while they are gone. I thought ti go with ston-- " since January. Hedejoteshis time age speed of 45 miles per hour. them at onj tirae, bit gave it up, partly At a "tournament,' at Spetrfish, Dak. If tbo potatoes show signs of rotting, they because it seemed risky to start bifore the to trayeling alnut with ,paint and brush. a runuing start of 70 yitrda was given to a hould to given a good dueling with air assured breaking up of tho rains and I do He is not paid by any ont-bteer, and Cowboy Drlecoll overtook him lacked lime The lime seemi to act on not bear drenching as JI once did; ohitlly A dying man in Massachusetts directs m .0, (ipor.. or at leit tn n., I laMOel - ' t' i him. am', Iumyivi sn adventurous "rough and turn that his body is to be burned and used h a becaue tied his feet in 41 seconds. . ciusc the rot to dry up. bib" trip of this character has lot ll at fertilizer on his farm. SUCCESSORS TO & GU3.R.&.IZ. GEO. 0. BARNES. W. H. HIGGINS Grate, b, TAYLOR BROS. FAMILY GROCERIES OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY rain-cloud- ? TBmmj WMtmm PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS. 'Vl ."k. TJIwTDERTAKER, wsmib, Parlor tan Iealei- in c. nt Lt-hor- e, PLEASE Ave DON'T FORGET ed n Col-hct- roi, cro-eltctio- fr carry the Largest Stock of Groceries, Hardware and Queensware in the city; That we are Millers' Agents and wholesale depot for Flour and Meal; That our stock of Pleasure Vehicles, including everything from a Hoard Cart to a Barouche, is always complete, And thai we guarantee Lowpst Prices, style and finish considered. Also, that we still handle the celebrated Wagons, "Old Hickory" and Mitchell. Big line of Farming Implements. That - both riding and walking, And all of which we guarantee at Lowest prices. ?, ?.. BRIGHT cS XaSSTOAIeiFp BIZIGHT J I1iiuh.-- J. T. Craig and H. C. Bright A beautiful line of Library Lamps, Cholera is devastating the turkey crop killed '10 partrldxea in about 3 houri just received at A. A. Warren' "Model in Fayette. Tuesday. Corn is aelling here at $2 per barrel Grocery." " Ontobor 30, 1885 Stanford, Ky., HtJNTEPJ ATTENTION. Our Stock of BniCK. Two hundred and fifty thour-an- d, delivered. The prospect for war in the old world Guns and Ammuitton la now complete, Alfor sale by hard and ia growing stronger daily. loaded shells alwayt on hand. Bright A Henry Baughman, io L.iH. LOCAL TIME CARD. . nr a Ten 15 to 10 hand mules, 4 to 0 years Metcalf. New Sorghum, Hominy, Cranberry old, sold at Bowling Green at $100. 55 r. w. riall train go..ig North ii t a i.. - in Bouth -- li no r. m, mm Tiiehe are rumora and rumora of candi- sauce, Pickles, Cream cheese at A. A. War DRUGGISTS AND 1 32 At M, (Cxnrea strain" Houth e J M. Copeland has arrived from " Horn, " " . J V4I i Jil dates, but as thoe spoken of hav) not anren's "Model Grocery." with 100 head of 810 lb. Bteers. nounced in this paper, we preiume that it Tbtave It calculated on standard Urn. Bolar Mr. Bjnedict Spalding's fice farm and aa adKyM The Kink will not open is all talk. m Is jbout 20 Dilnulo faster, and large lot of stock will be sold on- - hia vertised, the manager not wishing to do A VinuiNlA paper in recording tho anything that would detract from the premises LOCALNOTICES. death of Mi'i Lalla Jordan says that It was C. W, Harmon bought of Young Mor meeting by drawing awav from it the Buy our school book from Penny A caueed by a fall down , , an, 10 2 year-olstair, by which her young folks. cattle, weight about 1,200, McAllater. neck was dislocated, at $51.75 per head.-Fa- rla Kentuckian. McItoDRUTt) A Stacio are he ndquarters It is necessary that our business should The Lou'urille cUtle market is "low at for amuoition. -- Capt. Tom Itlchnda has aold his be closed up nt once. Sale Your account ia Oar Jewelry, Sllvonvnro nnd Optical (Joodg Dcnartnipnt la in Guns at nit pricea at McKoberta A house and lot of 10 acres about a mile from now ready for you, please don't delay. You 2 to i? common to best; hogs are active at . 'A to 3.55 sheep are dull a. 1 to 2 and Tliog. HtagR'a, from ?2.50 to $100. iriio will Repair the court-hous- e on tho Somerset pike, to can find our books at Briglt A Metcalf , u lu luo uwot style. Iambs at 2 to 3J. Com rurri? atock of school book and Thomas D. Newland for $2,700. Hes pjctfully, Bright A Curran. " office school aupplle at Moitobarta A Statin'. Fon Sale Tsniy-fiv- e jeirliog Watch eh nnd Jewelry repaired on eliort Call on Dr. Penny and pet his prices Tiieiie wss a repot t current here yester- mules, 20 msres and 5 horses, No. 1 good r. notice and warranted bv Penny A McAlla-e- on Gold and Amalgam fillings. He works day that n certain 'Fquire and a certain ones, about 16 hands hiirh Apply to G. first-claDentin and guar- "female woman" wero caught at tho Com W. Kiog, Crab Orchard. Ky. Bin the Haas Hoc Kemedv, the oriui aa chtap to any Jas. Bennett sold to Lehman, of Balantees perfect satisfaction. Give him a trial. merclal Hotel Wednesday night in a rial and only genuine, from Penny A McAllater. attitude. Diligent itqulry from timore, 61 head of 1,105 pound rattle at 6 The female members of the Christian tock of jewelry, latent A complete nnd Its ntlaches cents, and 8m Benneit i old AS head of style, llorkford watched a specialty. Pen- church show they are not afraid of water the proprietor of the house weft-li- t to same partle and sai by venturing to church when it is n foot failed to confirm the siory. The persons same ny A McAlUtor. Richmond Hemld. we interviewed "didn't know nothing" and price. deep on the streets and coming down in torPERSONAL. Tho grape yield in Ulster county, N the 'Squire pronounced it an infamous lie. rents. Y, tiiis year ta ben enormoua. Not a Mn. P. Smith, of Harrodsburp, S. L. Poweiw A Co , tell our readers in Da Baiuieii, the quack who uicd to live few growers cut as hisfh as 150 ton Irom was the RUtnl of Prof. Abner Rogers this a three column advertioment, how very DEALER I- Nnear Highland, in this county, but who de- their vines Mm tons have been placed week. low thiy sell goods. Kock bottom prices serted his wife for a prostitute, waa tried at in c .Id storage 1 be kept till Christinas. Mil. V R M( Itoiirirrn went to Lou can alwaja be obtained at tho "Great Bir Somerset Saturday for malpractice and the -- A willow farm io Macon, Gi., produc laville In attend the marriage of Mr. Sidney gain Store." Junction City Herald Bays was acquitted. es abjul n ton of witches o the ncre, com Muir to MissSira Burpe. H. Carpenter desires The report that reaches here is that Barter manding, when dried, $200, and, n Still M cmiis J. V Bitow.s, J. U McFe.- the us to say that he will not accept the store went to attend Mrs. Gooch in child birth ieavea and bark soil at .25 cents a pound I I l i ran, J. II Brown C H Kodee, William 'f rjgr'rj '?r V fa. Kk bo drunk that be ecarcelj knew what he baled, tbe enterprise pajB better than cotWerndoti and V (), Bradley are attending ketper'a place to which bo has been r I but will continue in tho race for was about. After an examination ho de ton. "onrt. Mu (Ilo K Hahdiv, wail ineiuer(;er tho democratic nomination for County cided that a Cwiarlan operation was neces At Winchester Court 500 cattle were sary and he performed it, killing both the offered. Feeders brought 4 cents, yearon tin' K.C., is ror fined tu his bed this Clerk 'till clionn ordeleated, en If such is the lings $25 to 530; scrubs 2J to 2 j, with but woman and her child. week and Mr O CI. Wire is lunnlna in GUILIV. TnomBa'cTWbile, l this of the case we do not see how ho wns few Bilea One lot of 50 head 1,100 pound truth hisstend - tloiriff 'fll for a notice. county, who took n big share of n penson Mu John A Ai.i.kn is attending tho he got for Hiram Griffin, was found guilty permitted to go Scott free. The Herald cattle from Boyle were withdrawn at $3 91. Grand Liiiue ol Odd Fellows in feeeion at of violating the pension laws In the U.S. further sayr: "The good citizens of that Few mules i fiVred. place have been muchtnnoyed by this low LonWvllle, as a delegate from No. 150 His Court at Louisville Wednesday. He George Hardmar, Jr., sold his bogs ai villain, and it has been but a short time averaging 200 pound at $2 30. A. J. Trib-b- le wife and daughter accompanied him. also found guilty of a like offenre in the sold 2 car loads of hogs in Richmond, Col T. Z Moiirow, of Somerset, was care of a widow. There are still other In- since that n party of men went to his house, attending court tbia week and told us that dictments against Mr. White, who seems when he nnd the woman were abs'iit, nnd Va.. at 6J. Harry Crawford sold to John he "diJii'i want to run egiinst the boys for to hare been monkeying considerably with blew up his shanty with dynamite. It i A Duncan, of Madison, 100 head of feedthought now, that the indignation of the ing calt e, average weight 1.200 lbs. at $4 25 Circuit Judge if he could help it." vhat has proved a butt saw with him. people la so great that they will see that psrcsrl. At S. Killmn's sale 2 year old in Mil I). T PafKLEii, who has Paini'ul AtviDENT Tuesday afternoon the culprits are at home when another ap- cattle brought $31 70, yearling mules $101 Portland, O.egon, fur two years, made us a pleasant oil Wedueiday. He thinks while Mr Effing B. Hayden was out hunt- plication of dynamite is made, and indeed $103 and mule colts $54 At Gravitt's sale IN ADDITION TO GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, HE KEEPS somewhat tflocatlrg at Dtnrille, aatlrGed ing, he stopped ti talk with Mr. Robert it is thought that the people regard this as fat hogs brought $3 32 and corn in field McAlister, whom he met. He bad bis gun such an extreme case that they will call for $1.50 -- f Winchester Democrat. that Kentucky is the beit place after all. cocked and rested willi it stioding on the Judge Lynch to adminiMer terrible and Juwin M. II. Owsn.V, of Lancaster, will, I think, got the District Attorneyship ground at his side. His dog jumped up immediate punishment. .VETf AUTEBTIHLlIt.tTA. for Utah His prospect are as good as against him acd striking his foct on the MARRIAGES. wheat at the mill. The vacancy does not trigger the weapon was discharged, the JAMES P. BAILEY Mr. William Allison and Misi Sara E. occur for n wrmtb yet. (lor. McCreary lod of bird shot tearing through his hand Its has been rrry sciive and sincere in bis sop-po- ami grazing the side of bis face. A num Bisliu were married at Mr. Isaac Trow tion candidate for Circuit Clerk, subject to the acol tbe democratic party. ot Judge Judge Durham also ber of shot lodged in hit cheek and bis hat bridge' Tuesday, The Louisville jTTmrs says that the heartily endorrea his (l.urani county neigh- was torn to pieces, showing how very close BUILDERS ATTENTION the call was. He waa knocked down and trousseau cf Miss Sara Burge, who married bor. "Mike" will make this or something We ire uow prepared tofurn'ih all klndi ot K Klocald in LotilsvllM for a moment daxed, but got up and walked Mr. Sidney Muir, cost $7,000. better - TO tbe nugh sad agents lor planing mil i. t o .Mr. tf . i iti. t wniie no went lor a Mr. Andrew Hasty, who enters the Keep constantly on band dressed tlaorlog, ceiling, .MCAiisiers, Time. doors, suh, blinds, moulJUg surgeon. Dr. Peyton went and returned matrimonial state for the third time at the wther-boarJlDAc , at lowest prices. LOCAL U ATT ERS. 3911 with him to Col. Welch's, where he, with eirly age of 1 1, wai married to Mi's Mary 11 II JG SIT A' 3IKTCALF. ppi.r.VDU FuncT Candies at T. K Wal- - the nefhtance of Dra. Bronaugh and Helm, Brown on the 23th, at McKinney. cut til the fore finger and took a pice of Mr. William R. Holly, a capable FOR RENT. ton's. bone frcm the second. He is getting nlorg young engineer on the L. it N. and Mis fell Wedneidaj A vi:r.Y heavy ruin -- MV I tO US 13 A.JI LOTwell and likely to be out in a few day, Lorettn Alice Carter, n night and veatrrdsy. On Pontine Atcuuc, In Slanfrl Tbe lioute conwere married at Rowland yesterday. CniCUtT COL'UT. Tueeday'a proceedings tains T rooms, cellar ami porch. Lot well ImprovMiss Addie W. Wnlton, a sister of Mr ed, stable with G stalls, bu;jy house, mwn shed, TitlEVis icol Awr with two sets of bar embraced the conviction of Henry Andercistern, all coal and smoke houses a'id a W IJ. Walton, of this office, was married new at.d lu good rcrtlr. Eniiuire on premises. ness from Mr. I). W Vandeveer. son and Joe Haw kins, for carrying concealSS- -t J. It. UIGGIXS. at her home In Hanover county, Virginis, A r I'LL line of heatins stoe, gralrs, ed weapon and they were each fined $25 this week, to Mr. James Redd. Her Ken and ordered to jail 10 days. Lance Leach, coal vast, A. , nt W. II. Hlggins'. tucky friends send warmest greetings nnd -- POSTED. for asault and battery, was fined $35, and congratulations a new postmaster in the Lincoln lift Cel Middleion, for fornication, $20. Thru? This notice forewarns hunters, flibennsu and person of Valentine Ksgally at O. K caes against tho Danville A Hustonville trauips not to trenpats on our liinds without perRELIGIOUS. mission, as all tueli acts are liable to be prosecuted Signed.-J- . Swf.lt and Irih Potatoes, Butter nnd Turnpike, obttueting private road, nuisRev. S. L. Helm, an aged 'Baptist to tbe liillrt extent of the law. B. frsmpson, C. M. Merlin, Eigs, wanted at A A. Warren' "Model ance and charging excessive toll, went off preacher, died at his home in Fayette. Mon Craig Lynn, A.C. Tucfcer, tho deckel, two on demurrera anil one by J. L. Murphy, J. (J. Lynn, Clrccry." W. T. Tucker, day. II. D. Uaughman, acquittal. The Hustonville A Middltburg Adam Pence. John A Jas. Smith, Kememmeii that while you are in town Rev F. S. Pollilt will preach at Rw-lan- d Turnpike, charged with man'aining a nuisyou can get a cup of hnt et (ho and lucch nt next Sunday afternoon at tho cocclu ance, also demurred out. (The KenR S. Myets' sion of tbe Sunday reboot. COMMISSIONER'S SALE tucky Central was fined $25 for failing to The annual meeting of the Lincoln line of besting stove, coal vis- peat notice of delay of train, The indicttr. oui Society will be held at the es, kitchen sets, Ac , befoie. buying. The ment againit John Canter for obtaining county Bible & !Sapi!t church next Sunday at 7 r. M. Bright money Tracts Two Good largeA and cheapen lot iu town. under faltc pretenses was quashed. Revs. J. M. Biuce and J. M. Coleman, A Metcalf. Knob Land. The case of William Carson, for the murder who are holding a meeting at Eubatiks, Don't forget we can give you coal from of young Weal, waa set for to day, that of bad secured 11 additions at last report. of tab nude By vlrtuoofa judgment and by the Lincoln Circuit Court at Its (lctobsr any mine ynu wish at bottom prices. Leave John Waddle for killing Murphy for the Rjv. P.T. Hale, of Danville, is as term Is3, lu tbe action of tt'jstt Baudldge's belts your order at the store. Bright A Mel O.hdayoftho term nnd Henry Roberts, vs. Wyatt Bandldgt'a heirs, I will on for the murder of Benedict, for tbo 7ih stating Rev. W. J. E Cor in a protracted calf. THEGecrge Tiieatlny, November lOlh, ISS5, lirynnt meeting at tbe Baptist Church. Don't forget that Geo. I). Wearen, Agt., day. anil At the late residence of Wratt Sandtdge, died., .Strut (on. Oi Wednesday, Mrs. Caroline Hooker town Times BUSINESS COLLEGE. has a large stock of Pice iborine, Ceilirg Milled Kid Joseph Ballou has closed hi about two miles North or public Seville. In Lta- -wan acquit!eu(oi (repass, liie patuetic ap auction tbo folcoin county. Ky., otterat Weather B;ards, Door Sash, Blinds, meeting of 12 days at Fairview in Gar lowlnr described real estate: of about 103 acres of land, lying 1st. A Mouldings, Shingles, Laths and all kinds peals of attorneys, T. P. Hill, Jr , and g, Short-hanPenmanship, Banitcg, Arithmetic, dc. It Is tbo only raid county, which resulted in 19 additions between traitturnpike and railway and South llnr-- r the Peyton moving the bowels of n of rough lumber. Is Creek Thlt Is all good farming land, In fine College in thts section wherein g to the church. Is taught as books are kept by the best and no house upon it. of the jury. Joe Hawkins' appeal state ol cultivation but has 2d. A tract of about 135 acres of land lying Tho churches belonging to tbe Syncd The obliging, capable and painstaking for a new trial waa overruled, but we do bankers, and a thorough practical knowledge of account given, lias the largest and best arranged Oreea and on each aide ot tbo Circuit Clerk, Mr. James P. Bailey, Presbyterian church, Jujt North of Hsnls very desirable farm, and has turnpike. Tbls Is a no hetr of him being in jiil yet. The of the Southern rooms of anv College In the West. Thousands ot successful graduitrs testify to the abort. Graduon It a good, new frame dwelling and other outcandidacy for another term his 371 to the systematic esses of shooting with intent to kill and contributed $32 buildings ates bare no tlouble In obtaining good situations. Call or address elsewhere in this paper. He has filled the carrying coccsaled this year. 8d. A tract of nbouf 100 acres ol timbered land wcipons against R. C Oower lands or tbe widow of Wjatt office nioet acceptably and from all that we There will be n service of prayer for adjotnln i tae & Collqge, Eogleman were set for the lOlh day. There 4th. A tract can bear he will be handsomely endorsed arpsars no reason why the cases against "EJucational Interesta" at the Methodist MIHeJgOTlllo. ofaout Of ace a of knob land near Cor. Third and Jcllerson, LOUISVILLE, KY. and Fri-daSth. A tract of about 30 acres of knob laud on ij his own successor. W. G. Diinn and Bright Ferrell forcarryiug church on Wednesday, Thursday Oak Ureck. waters evenings of next week beginning each thTerms. of White tract. d fab, reFor each Ti'iiNtNO 'Km Out -- Gov. McCreary concea'ed weapons should hnve been conequal Installments, payable in oi e In two evening nt 7 o'clock. Tbe public is invit- mainder yeara. with Interest from date. and two appointed the following postmas- tinued till next term, when there aro so has had Kor further Information apply to V. Y. fat ed to bo present. on premises. C. ters: Robert M. Jackson, London, T. many more days of this term, but tbey Small are mak- dldgeor P. Snndldg" IP.thti WELCH, Sam Jonea and Sam ti. Co K. Cosby, Alum Springs, M. Folln, Or were a'l the same. The grand jury returnJi'r L. C C. Mailer CJ td ed an indictment for murder against Robert ing war upon the ungodly in Bcrmingkam, Undo, Rockcastle cointy. He Isd Ala , In a tent 1S5 feet long, 100 feet wide, MEKCHAKT TAILOR. the nppointment of Dr. George Etnns Chappell, who killed Joe Joces. The trial with ciicular ends. It has four ccutre of Alfred Mullins, charged with attemptto be medical eznmlncr at Richmond. OK , and its seat ing to rape Bertha Glu'u, was partially poles, nineteen quarler-poleaI have received and still receiving The water from Rock Cistle Springs is heard. She U fresh from tho Faderland ing capacity ia about 7,000 people, Splendid Farm, Live Louiw now shipped in largo quantity to Following is tho work ol Dr. E. O. and understands little or no English, bo her Isf.ised with great benefit to ville'whcre-itestimouy had to be taken through an in- - Guerrant in three years and nine months' I w II olfer at public sale to the highest bidder, ordained the suiriiin?. Mr. J. S. Hughes tells us terp:eter, Mr Robert Fetzsl acting in Comprising the best lu the Market, which will be that Churche3 organoid, 23; cilhera at my residenco, "Millwood," In Lincoln county, that Mr. Isaac Cildwell attribute hia con- - capacity. Her direct testimony was of a 90; churches built, 15; churches dedicated, about 7 miles west of Stanford, 2 miles from Shel by City and C tulles from Danville, ou valejcent condition to its us nnd others are very damaging character, Gotten Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Nono in City or Country. hut the defenre 11; members received into the church, r $10,-7b- l. with the same umkeJ reult If it attomriled to break down ttOfli, 18S5. using it rrhlay, October Giro Mo it Trial. hsr character by 2707; money raised to build churches, N ia an citablished fact that these water can mailing tier mlmlt My Farm, Live Slock, Crop.Fanul-- ? Utentlls, Ac. that she had lived in The live ito k cora'.sta of twithstanding the dark and rainy bo bottled and ua il eflictivtlr, then adultery with her husband whom .jsfti-;-. she marnights of this week the meeting at the One gray Maro and 1 Colt, br P.lenzl, and bred to Campbell and Hugheo are in eight ried but a month Mews or two before giving birth Chlel; black Mare and olf , by Christian church haa been largely attended bred to Kieuzi; ' Marcs and Mule Colls, of a big fortune. to a child. llorso, 1 harness Uorso for 1 rcllablo combined Judge Breckinridge, after pre Iding with and tbe work of etvjnt eoulfl goes bravely lamlly putiKscf,2Colts,2 work Mules 3 years oil At the ijyltation of one of her pupils, 'J head of thoroughbred Cattle, fancy colors and Wedneedhy night there were 8 addi(1 on. ! rkbfuMrt well tired, 'J crado Heifers, 50 thoroughbred wo called Bt Miss Mary McRoberU' art dignity and credit, abdicated tho bench y , J tt.tmW tC0W running up the grand total to Xv. Houthdown Sheep, a lot of Hog: found that her clasi of yesterday, the regular fudge having rsturn-cil- . tions, emu school Tuesday nd j ol a to 50. Eld. C. P. Williamson peems Also about 70 locust and todnr Posts and lot vu !a fjr th wonderfully. Judge B. presided over the Common liny, Corn nnd Oats elRht Indies had stronger not to tire in the ieatt, but growa "BIVOUAC" Thn lifiva a number of pfcturen that P ois Court here for a number of years, of tho gos Tho rami Consists of about 120 Acres favorably with most nny and it therefore looked very ns.turnl to nee and better in the ptcentntion would compare r ' ciett&Ij is only a part of beauty; He has pressing invitation? Of Land in etc ellent rep.lr and In n high state of pel truths collection. Mies Ella Peyton has pairted him occupying the bench again. cultivation, spienuiuiy waiereii uy srnui;s aim from other fhlds, but intends to reap fho ponds, The improvements com 1st of a largo and 20 Ter Cent but it is a part. Every lady After presiding in some civil buaiiuss a large portiait of her father, the late house, with koo.1 ripe harvest here, if it 'ako till Coristmn. commodious brtik dwolllniiconvenient barn, with Prsfit. new and xwl may have it ; least, what Sq'iire M. H. Peyton, which la an excellent Judge Odsley gavo way to Judge Breckineapatlty fur feeding at least IfcO head of mules. It ' ' fJ"jTTVV t rn nt work both In execution and true ridge again as ho had heard a portion' lsoneof the best grata and grain Farms In the Magnolia iaoks like it. of CROP LAND. STOCKJND s region. ncea to life. She is an accomplistcJ orti' tho Mullins cvo and this occupied the Calm both freshens and TEltuf. For personslty, a credit of lour niontus bearing Irih Potatoes wanted bj T. It. Wal- oil note with goodIntecurlty, For tho Interest Irom ea hr large and handsome collection ot court until 2 o'clock when the Commcn Faim. bnk. date and payable beautifies. McRoberts wealth's Attorney. R 0 Warren, had n ton. eash; rewalnderln onoanl two years with home proves. We hop J Miss given deed nude and Slmp'on bout-li- t nf Hnry Dd n inlereat. A eood public with an exhibition of chill and further proceeding! were contin-iw- d J. W will favor the .Hr50UVHERF BIVOUAC," J "j'w' jif.x. srAr.inxn. U. F. Avory & Sona Uoulsvtllo. Ky. until todsy. 10 head of scrub cattle at -- . he Kork of her clsw at the proper time nal m M'ROBERTS, & Opera House Block, Ji ,.., well-burne- STAGG, "bji Ten-nees- PHiliCETOTS, . . Stanford, to-d- ay. d "&..., "&. TEST'' "ft fcraw, tea.,, csfe. rwSri$ ss g THE OKElF GBOOER. T. R. WALTON,. -- In.-Ge- orge o o w b.-c- And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line Yon May Call For. Tin-- , Glass- - rt 0lry. and Queensware, To bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, I itr tuia-W- in ?, m SALE0R m ii. - Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. el -- " School Supplies: Baskets, Bags, Slates, Pencils, Pens and Holders, Ink, &c. (Gl-l- ui Farms 3 Corner Main and Somerset Sts. is the best place to buy. -- o LOUISVILLE Type-wrliln- Mas-teno- n com-passio- Lotiisvillo Bryant Siratton Business y One-thir- H. C. RUPLEY, red PUBLIC SALE -A- Stock,. t NEW GOODS FOK FALL &WINTBR er Rlen-rl.a- T $ money " mm prfBd A Clear Skin at i3MUa!Witei mm Blue-Oras- - ' one-thir- d V: MY COTTAGE. Ml the Year noun J. My cottago stands upou a geutlo hill. J, Whore slopoi velvet lawn, And, nt Its foot, dunces a laughing rill. Hinging iU welcome to tho SHininsrdawn; Singing its rosper hymn, as in the west, Over my lordly lioighuor'j woo4el park, The royal sun nlnks slowly to the west. And the stars throb and dazzle through tho dark. dalsy-studJo- E. I). KENNEDY -- A.Tmii Bobbin's Wtt. Lin-col- a In a celebrated slander buU in the aad at the concision of Circuit Court U. eloquent pech mvle b Fox Bobbltt ap Brtdlar, Hon- - Font-tinpUmhd by lappinir on (he table with bU finger. His Hjnor, Judge Owsley, promptly ordered the clerk to enter up a lawyer fine against tho eKqicnce lotinif In a in the court-housfor applauding few minutes hotfcyer, the judge told tt lawyer to Etsnd up and(aked him what he had to eay why tho fine he hod awsa.d against him should not stand. Bobbin said: "Jlty it plene your Honor, I hope I have much to any why you wont lot it stand. In the first pUce I am a threat lorer good of eloquence and whenever I hear a when, where, nor br speech, no matter whom, made, at Us conclusion I am wrought up to such a hljth pilch of enihu aliam that I can not refrain from applaud iug and at Crab Orchard, when we have nn eloquent preacher there, I often applaud him in cHurch by tapping on the bench with mj fioger. It ie all right in inc, but would not be tolerated for a moment in anybody else." The judge said: "If you why did are such an admirer of elrquence you not applaud my speeches when I whs Commonwealth's Attorney and used to mike such eloquent ones at this bai?'' did," replied Babbitt, "and Judge Fox neyer thought of such a thirg as finiug me fo'r it." The judge with an outburst of hughter in watch the whole bar jiinel siid, "Clerk remit that fine." atk SUGAR rT jrA 3 Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to tho action ol the Democratic pirtr. Mnsonhoimor's Restaurant Ton COUC5SO OlTOSIIB COUBT-HOOS- U urto J USft vu. GEOKGE 8. CAKPEXTEIl la a Candidate for Coantr Clerk, subject to the tion of the Democracy. ac- DANVILLE. - - - KENTUCKY, Meals are Mrredtt all hours. Game always on fund and In Its amnion, oysters fresh fish, and alia-lidelicacies eorroJ In all itjlcj and on short nonce. 1,001c out Tor tho sign "Woodbine lleatau-ran- t" and call when you hro hungry. ar J: III. JOHNSON sub- '. vn e. Over my cottago, In a tangle rich, Hoses, and jessamine, and clomatls Climb, tilling jjaloui ovory llttlo niche, Fllngln? sweot blosoiu to ths broezis' An 1 nil the day tho wild birds, Winter-fed- , Warble, mil trill, and gurgle 'mid tho j4 CATHARTIC COATED Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, ject to the action ol the Democracy, co.. ir. JiAHoxnmumiPauTllIc, Ky. nk4 Wmm&AfJ A jf'WM-i. sH WILLIS T m . 1MIINETT T IS LUMBER! Dro33od (Villi jifTI . nf alt vstuuiuiiiv In tun ion f"..n. 11.11.. iui llt uiuio m onuvi tt t In count jr. subject to prluiarr election of tho Demo irauu j'arif Whllo tho brave skylark, lost In bluo o'er- boa J, Pours waves of music o'or the sunny loas. tree. T.I.NEWLAN Headache, Nausea, Dizziness, nnd Drowsiness. They stlmulato tho Stomach, Liver, nnd Bowels, to healthy netion.nsMst digestion, nml Increase tho appetite. They comblno cathartic, diuretic, mid tonlo properties of tho greatest value, nro n purely vegctablo compound, and may bo taken with perfect safety, cither by children or adults. V.. h. Thomas, Framing-haMas., writes: "For n number of years I was Mibjoct to lolcnt Headaches, arising from n disordered condition of tho stomach nnd bowels. About n year ngo I commenced the uo of Aser's PUN, nnd havo not had a licadacho since." W. 1. Hannah, Gorinley P. O., York Co., Out., writes: " I havo iicd Ajer's Tills for tho Inst thirty ear, ami can safely say thitt I havo never found their equal as n cathartic I nm never without them in medicine. my house." C. I). Moore, Klgln, 111., v. rites : "Indigestion, Headache, nud Loss of Appetite, had so weakened and debilitated my m stem, that I was obliged to glvo up work. After being under tho doctor's care for two week, without getting any relief, I began taking Ayer's Pills. My nppctlto nnd Mrencth returned, and I was soon enabled to renuuu my work, In perfect health." Pino Flooring:, Oaillug, Weather Boards, PinUhinpf Lumbor, Green Lumbor in tho Rough, Including Laths and Shingles. 'icmiif Mc.nrvn to Inside my cottago, memory holds her vra,y In pictures, .pinking ot tho loved and lost; In book, tho faithful friends of every day; In trifle, lovo apprised nt countless cost; And flinging Time n eny doflance, Song Murmurs, -- rue spirit Hags, tno uro grows Yet since both hoart and hand have sorvoJ mo long. Your c ttaga claims my glamour, old." cold; CURE LI.... cuiiuiucra in ouiu- arrange! wnn tiro. keep on his yards nnaiaortmont of our Lumber, where theyraugntlt as cheap as from us direct. He will alto make estimates for W. L. DAWSON anr bills not on handt, which wo will till on short 31 Eli I'.V Is a candidate for Jailer ol Lincoln County, sub. notice. DA VIH, Lily, Ky. Ject to the action of tho Democratic party. Ject to the action of the democracy la a ond ldate lor 8herlQ of ttucoln county, sub- - v; Mi. .(lltlAAnVMntn.l.KAfAi.B .viiovviuiuuKutauMmi naye ' ... . VXtM- - . gmv ET WW NASI. SI. OWENS as ot IIHUUUlUftlOIUI lIIUr VI 4.1IIWIU LVUllli a..u- Ject to the action of the Democratic patty. Millinery and Dress Making! new xinsr. k THE ONE MIGHTY DISINFECTANT. The Purifying Tower of Fresh Air nnil Sunshine Illustrations. Youth's Companion. Tho disinfecting pjwor of fresly circulating pure nlr is now fully rocosnizoJ by sanitarians. Tho secret of it is, In part, the rapid diffusion of tho mobld particles, thus greatly diluting thorn, as mineral poisons may bo rendorid harmless by dilution. So D. It. OAKPEXTEIt K. C. WA11KEN Mrs. M. V. Tabler Miss Ellai Smile as County Attorney, la a Candidate for subject to theactlouof tho Democratic pally. Hare formed a rartnenhlp and can reAfierbJ ! round on the H. V. oruor of M ln .n.l ll.tw ill keep on hand a full linn ofVnwn. able Millinery and be prepared to do dreu-fltttn- c ami maaing on anon noilco. l'Atront;o aollcllol. 62-- tf '''" Th. I..II tvn ti itihfr.4 fr.ra a trt. tt IS. b.rm. U. ih. tnttl itr.ui U iht Rihra HutM, .Ora.l.itBi iUr.at rr1alcl (t.i 1mmu crly poralac t .nib, tiS itlms tst aitim rrlii'lM ta. j. it ia adl 1 tSr uir ih. rt .Mbr. la .rata atl vtl'VM III MmMtM with Iti. hflJI.t lib Wb.a mu .I 1. tb. I'ln tUnl.rtb.lt flrlll, In TU). t C.ihi.ai K.m.v or Up .n iS V liii fln.il bno.a r.nt.17 far C.nhi. Crv.r. U ln Ctb ..I t .Bf.mrUtft, fto4 M t.ttlbl, sti S 1. A.k v..r .tr.ffcl.i for It. rrif. I5 l$l. WALTKRA. TAYLOR, AtUnU.Oa. Im HR KinolRS MrrKLKBKaKT CORIIUI. t tijMaitrr aaS CklUtta TmUd. rMiilitl . ' f'miiii. Iloth for tale by Dr. M. U 110UKNK, HUnford. criit 4U1.1 .. aiir l.rll (i.u to the office ol Commonwealth's Attorney ot tbe 8H1 Judicial Dls trlct, subject to the action ot the Democracy. Is n Candidate lor TO TIIKLADIES McKINNEY AND VICINITY. I am rtcclvluga bauJtomallneof LOGS WANTED. I will pay tho highost prico for good, sound Walnut, Oherry and Hickory Logs delivered at any station of the L. & N., K. O. or O. S. R. R. OHIO 'I O. II. WADDLE me have five A Woman's Wit -"aaid a lady to the two cent stamp?, p'eaae," retail stamp clerk in the poat office yester""Yfsium," he said, htndins; them out. "Cin't you let me hate them in one piece?" she added. "Certainly, ma'am," said the cler Can I send them home for you?" on the "O'a, no; I don't live far-o- nly side and I am going right home. North I woaldn't want to put you to trouble" "No trouble at all," said tho clerk. "I and I hivao't very much to do ouid very easily opiro an hour.'' "Very much obliged," said the laly, smiling sweetly. "D.-a- r m?," she said, put tin? on a stamp, "what a horrid bother it i to btimp letter! Why csn't we send let tors and let the putoffiji aend in their bill ncj a month?" "Toey m'ght as well," eild the clerk Bannth'uingly. "I'll mention the fact in my next meassze to Cuigresi " "Will you? Hiwnict! Bit you mustn't meation my name. Siy the Idea vias u gested by a Narth Side society lady' Hartford Times. paper aayt: A Birmingham, England, "Not long ago the wiie of a prominent gentleman in this town noticed a beautiful camel's hair shawl. She inquired the price and was informed JE40. She admired the shawl very much and on being solicited to buy itcaid that her huebsnd would iuv-e- r consent to pay 10 lor it, 'but," she continued, a bright idea striking her, 'I will pay you 20 on it, and the next time you ee my husband pisaing ehow him tho shawl and tell him it is only 20, and I am sure he will buy it. The proprietor readily assented, and a few days afterward the husband, on passing the shop, was called in, saw tho shawl and in a little while con20. A few days later, sented to give while walking in the street, his wife objery-e- d the identical shawl upon the shoulders of a woman for whom she long suepected more than a her husband entertained neighborly regard " Let this diffusive tsnloncy, acting with tho constant circulation ot the air in vast currents that, though every variety of harmful gases and miasms is incossantly thrown lntj the air of our large cities, no difference can bs dotoctod by aualysis between tho air of the latter find tho air of our rural districts. But another explanatory fact is the actual disinfecting power of sunshine and oxygen. It Is the inhaled oxygen that cbangos the dark, impure, venous blood Into tho puro scarlet blood of tho arteries. It is the chemical power of sunshine that gives us our wonderful photographs. It Is the sunshino that bloaches tho cotton olotb laid on tho grass, and, on the other hand, changes the puro white of a potato-vin- o grown in a cellar to dark groen when transferred to the open air. Hence, in our lato arralos, notwithstanl- Inz so many unhealthy conditions, typhoid fever never tondod to spread, and was almost never fatal. It is for this reason that, in all infectious diseases tho physician insists on a free circulation of air in the sick. is great Is a Candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney of the 8th Judicial District, subject to the action of tbe Democratic party. FALL & "WINTER MILLINERY, Which I Inrlte the ladles of McKlnney and tlcln-It- y to rail and examine. Alto a nice line of and Itlbbuntln latest ttylta for drram. 0 Jtopeclfully, Jlvu.Ji.V.T.int.r.H. Vel-re- ts CJ-- IS IN 'JT fc 'X, KY. Office Bouth side Main rjtreet, two doora abort the Myers Hotel: Pure Nitrous Oxide Qaa alinlnltUred when required. DB. W. D. l'ENKY, tftUIlUJdON 1 BTANFOKD, I.BB F. HUFFMAN, I PIANOS, OICGANN, ML'SIC, do Ayer's Pills, I'ltKI'AltKtS II Y Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. We aro agenli for the old and reliable John Church Co., of Cincinnati. Ohio, for tbe sale of Organt, Automatic Musical lutlrumenti aod Musical Merchandise In Lincoln and llarrard tountlet, Kentucky. Jlnttttilu 1'aumentn Office on Lancuter street, rext door to JoORNAb office. Office hours from 8 to U A. rccelscd until paid for. Tltn bent utmntiiftl Co., Ilastllon llrae., M.and 1 to 6 P. St. Anesthetic adulnlaterol wbM VUilsci'H Nn,Wm. KnabeA New Kngland Decker A Lterett and It anex, neceeaary. cdtber upright or souaie. InOrgans. the following makers: dough A Warren, John Cburch A (Xi. and tbe sterling, with tb patent OK SALE, Uontlwt. HTANFOUD, KENTUCKT. l5t-lyr- .J Iwtii-BIO- S J. 0TTENHEIHEB, Crab Orohard, Ky. well-kno- I A DesirableResidence wood-home, room. An interesting Illustration ot tho tame thing is furmshol by tho celebrated Dr. Richardson, ot England. lie finds that the vagrant das', who have no homes, but sleop anywherj and got tool anyhow, rarely contract contagious diseases, and more rarely convey them, and that, too, though thoy wear cast-ofand, often, infected clothlnj, and occupy tho worst of f, Ague Cure Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Remittent Fever, Dumb Ague, Illllous Fever, Dengue (or " ltrrak-bon- c " Fever), Liver Complaint, and all diseases arising from Malarial poisons. AYER'S On Danrlllo street, In Stanford. The lot contains two acres and baa on It a comfortable dwelling, corn crib, a splendid cistern stable, and aloiKenumberof fruit and ornamental trwa Tlila l one of tho moat dealrabte reeldencea In the place. Tor teimi and further particulars, aprlv to SlanforU. JOll.X 31. la strument, tae moat wrfect In the world. UluMrated catalogues eent free to all wbo apply, alttthe liest referrure fYoiu thow who base Ipougbt and tried any of tbe abate musical Intlru menls. Address us at Htanfonl, Ky. Myr N. It. .U ,. COOIL. (lilmn Jlrll Attiirhntriit. an Automatic Tbo Vel rmt tot, Mutlcal In- TiSSISSIPPI I. Tbe Direct Iloute to St. Louis & tho West Korthwest and Southwest by J. LOUISVILLE or C1SC1XSAT1. leaving Chattanooga MTmi'ne atItrllie pointsClbclnnatltor make and direct eonnectlou Eiprect on the Ohio tbcwo tb. way of VMlill'S, MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, Propr ThiB Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintaina ita High Roputation, AND IS WAKItANTED to cure Keer and FARM FOR SALEt sight of tho Mlddleburg pike. Tnn farm It In a good tUteofculllTailoa.unJjr ?ok1 fenro and ono of tbe Ml watered Farms In Mnoo n county. The ct fine I clfcr for sale my Karm of l.'I.S .1 2 mile South or lliiitomiile, In Ioult and all points vrcs TO TTftliro UUUIti DstftoM. Louii, Me hours quicker than any other lints giving our paMngra time for meals and on I choice of tt In trains going West. Ice going by way Went. Only from Loultvltle er a with lb. IJghl-nln- g Mltilsslppl far St to Clncln-X- J lodging-house- - also are remarkably free from spreading diseases, they know little of small-pox- , thouju little protected by vaccination. Ous seldom finds among them diseases of a scrofulous nature. Dr. Rich ardson conclules that poverty in itself has nothing to do with the occurrence of zymotic (infections) diseases; that fresh nlr is the one mighty disinfectant, and that luxury anl donsity of population are the two bad spirits which coujure up the great physical ovlls of humanity. Tho gypsies "Harpers, S. C, July 0, 1SS4. "For eighteen months J suf-crc- il with Chills and Fever, Jiaving Chills every other day. After trying various remedies recommended to cure, used a bottle of Ayer's Ague Cure, and have never since had a chill. lKproreroenU rintltt of a neat cottage hnuaaofS rooms, a aplendld cittern at the door, good stable and all necessary outhouses. If early application Is uiado, will tell at a bargain. II not Mil aeon, I will rvntaald Farm for 186. CVtf 11. TA VLOU, llustonsiile. 12Hours Quicker jr.lSab". Chicago. f I 2 EDWIJf lIAllPEIt." ltd Proprietor it Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in tho Stato in iti Fare, FINE LINCOLN FARMS Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of FOR SALE! their Guetti. Farms In Lincoln We oUYr for rale two of county, Ky. Both lie 3 ralies from Hus tonyllle.on tbe Mlldleburg pike. J. O. & M. Always makes Fnnt Timo and Suro Con With all Lines at nootions thett Dr. J. C. rrtrr.irtEn by Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. llatKtia nlllht coarered No. I Contains 010 Aoros, 200 acrea Tlireo of the Four Coins. (Macon Telegraph. Messrs. Roborta & Collins, of Carters-villGo., havo In their possession one of ouly four coins rnado by tho Confodernto o, Mass., U. S. A. and report appoared almost instantaneous, and wero torriflc Ilia herder and horso were both knockod to tho ground, and whon the herder recovered and looked around It A scorned to him tho ontlre floe!; v.as down. EXPERIMENTING ON Criminals. Lincoln Girciut Court. physician in British India Seveu bbeop wero killed throughout tho band wants to make criminals who have been 200 by the flash, and two of them were John T. I uiMsror noil Marx - DudJerar, his wife, yards apart t.iaiu. sentenced to death useful as subjects of ex Nollrn ! Iicreby given lo whom It may cniccrn Something Yet to Iiirn. that tlierctltloniM JubuT, LiuiMerar and Mary K. ferment for the purpose of ascertaining DiiJderar.Mawlle, baretblidir flltil tbclrpetllton Chlcazo Herald. lie Prlzj fighters ovldontly how to treat cholera successfully. u tbcclerk's cilice of hao not yet iuraying that the Court tbc I.luoo the Circuit Court, empower aald would take any prisoner under eentence of learned tho most effectual methols of re- Du'ldt-m- to uw cv if, noil and nonrej, for Mvy V. her own death who gave his oneent, experiment ducing tholr wolght The British Medical I total anjr moiertr bn mar own or acuulro freo ilebts nt ber lunt.and; to make from tloclalmair fat npoa him, and if the experiment itself did Journal tells of acliffs pig which was10)burled contracts, tuoand baiutd as a ilnt'lo woman, to of Dover for under tho chalk days. trade In her own nama asd to dlsncteof berotru eave tho prisoner's life It wofghed 100 pounds whon not rosult fatally, immured, and properly br will or Ue(d. As the number of capital convictions in whan dug out turneJ the scales at forty It is hereby ordered that tins r.otlce ho rulllih-- i a tewijiaper In the lYitfah India is between three hundred and pounds. It thus lost 1JJ pounds in 100 days, pulilitbed In I:iti:riok Joia.MAt.. twoweklyln-Mrtlon- s fcUToid. Ky , ly and came out u very lean pig. probaliflore the :int lejulai t'ria of tlio Linfour hundred a year, there would coln Circuit Court. bly le plenty of candidate for the chnncs Olren urdfr my hand s !ak of said Court, -- TlieBpeolal cmrt to tr t'urutliion'a Ibh Mth day ol 0.tot.r. liHl of escape thus afforded. fChlcsgo Tri. J. lMIMI.tY.Clk.il. C.C. aqcal bill uut oouvtuu till the lOtb. buae. well-kno- wn !- ranche, or gone to breaking stone out here in the street. I am sorry to have any young people, friends of mine, want to xo to Washington, but they get eet on it and go they will. They wear swallow-tal- l coats and all that will he very grand, but . Missouri it doesn't amount to a .Republican By means of an ingenious machine, wood inteded for paper pulp is shaved ofl so finely that it U resdy at once to go into the boiler. The machine takes a log twelve inches in length, which it revolves at a speed of one thousand revolutions per in i time, and a sharp cutter shaves ofl a shav Supplanting Colored Labor. ing so thin that it would take 750 of them IChlcrvgo News, to make an inch, a nicety of execution Of tho cotton crop ot iiS3 about ! por whiet may be judged of by tho fact lint cent was raisod by whltj labor, and the noxt yoar's crop omployod 4 por conr, more. UOOAestsJof ordinary paper are requited This year's crop, which promises to bo tho to make an inch. As described, (he knife largest on record, is employing fully lf of tkis machine has sliding motion, and white hands. "Bofo' tho wah" it was a stock argument of the upholder! ot uogro gradually moves forward as the block in diameter, and in order that it slavory that cotton could not be 'made" by white labor. Impro jd and new machinery shilt not bjcome dull, and the fibre cjn"2-tiieo- tly together with this change In tho porsonnol fail to be of uniform thlcknem, of tho fiumau machine, prornbos to shortly there is provided an unique arrangemeni revolutionize this important southern industry. of wlietatonea constantly at work on the A Catalogue of Summer Friends. knife, Chicago Times. Senator Beck'3 Ctinion. Senator The suggestion Is inado that nt tho end of Beck, of Kentucky, has this to say of young a summer' pleasuring tho tourl.--t should men wbo swarm to Washington to get of record tl.o names of now friends acquired, but there ore difforent methods of making lit: "I have watched Ihe career of young men this catalogue. At ona summer resort a visitor at uach new introduction astonished who have come to Washington during the the new acquaintance by taking cut notesixteen years I have been there. They book and pencil, with tho inquiry, "Your loe their manhood trying to keep in or to name and address, pleaser Tho excuso of note-takto hardly get kick, and in ten years are worse oil convenience frolingthe the of bowildormout at this they had gone, liko my son, to a now manuer of booking new acquaintances, than if one-ha- owners at $1,000. Oscar Taylor, of Moriwatber county, has nnother of tho for which ho refusos $1,000. It is ono of tho four cast by tho southern Confodoracy, when the mint was solzod in New Orloms. On tho liberty sido the die is the same as on tho t but on the revero side was substitute! seven bars and seven stars, surmounted by a polo with tho cap of liberty. A stalk of cotton Is shown, around which are the words: 'The Canfei-urat- e States of America.'1 Jlr. Taylor purchased it from a man in Ozark, wbo parted with it for tho extremely low prlco of $100. Frank Welch, of McKinuev. Tex., has one of tho four. Ho has been offered $1,000 for tho coin, but refused to sell it for less than $3,000. The coin has tho statue of liberty on orw sido and a cotton stalk, a stalk of sugar cam. and the bars and stars ot the Confederacy on the other side. half-dollar- s, pre-onhalf-dolla- r, government. silver, value It 53 a beautiful pises of cents, aud Is bold by the Is Happiness results from that true contentment which indicates perfect health of body and mind. You may poscss It, if you will purify and luvlgorato your blood with Ayer's Sana-parillK. M. Howard, Newport, X. II., writes : "I suffered for ears with Scrofulous humors. After using two bottlos of Ayer's Sarsaparllla, I a. wholoolit. No. 2 Contains 140 Acres, Well walere.1, fenced and luiproTKl. We will tell out of tbe heart of It.or.'Ti acres or tbe free of charge. Special atromeiodalloat to ComraerrlalTrarelera. The liar will alwajt tapplltd with tae eholcetl kraads of Liquors asd Cltart. to and from the te and Intermedial points Xo FurrlcH, Xo 'inMiihTriiHM-i'vrt'onnectl utraaJeln Union . with train. i,riin. " v.ur.,1 i Jkltthwe.t. If you .re going We.t ti nor St. Louis n. SIf-IK-- J "'' wrlt.tolh.undKslgBexl. uu. ,n. ' fiIi i,u"u (..'.. 61 I.ouls d on or Terms easy. CI 1 Well Improycd. fencej and watered, lying Just across the pike from No I. Iloth Farms are nearly all In graaa and both are algbtly and proluctWe. in J. J. It II VE, JUS. COEEEV, WllLN- nl :Ml,r'l HuttouTllle, Ky. Bat Ii?gt When needing anything In. the line of That COMPETENT! H. A, HALE, Principal, For full and rellakl. Infonaallon In eevard to ac , in ino western Htatrs, ilap.. (juldes rate, lor Tlcketa and ifouaehold points West call on or addrra. Ias.ecger Ag't Ohio AMluls.lpp tallvray, W. uVS'll W W. I'EA HOD V. AlTlil' t. V, . I'A ltIS, l entral l'.f Mn,r J g,t, Cincinnati, Ohio KENTUCKY "illtloUl-KH- ' Found great relief. It has entirely restored ino to health." James French, Atchison, Kans., writes: "To all persons suffering from Liver Complaint, I would strongly recommend Ayer's Sarsaparllla. I was aflllcted with a disease of tho liver for nearly two years, when n friend advised me to take this medicine. It gave prompt relief, and ha3 cured me." Mrs. II. M. Kidder, 41 D wight St., Mass., writes : " For several years I have used Ayer's Sarsa-jiarllIn my family. I never feel 6afc, even Uo-ton, la Wall Paper Decorations, Faints, oils, Varnishes, Window Glass, and Painters' Suoplies Genor; Short-Han- d ally, CEflTflJIL B. H I. - Institute - - - Shortest and Qniokest Bouto from Oon tralKontuolcyto all Points North. Last, West and Sonthwojt. Fast Lin. Between IloiUt'." A. i:. GlbboiiM, :iil HU, OnuvlIIo, LEXI.VGTO.V .V VI.VUI.(VAT1 Near the pott-offic- e, has a full, fresh and brand new stock ol all tho above goodt, which ho prof otes to illspoie ol at the LOUISVILLE, KY. Schedule n Kflet Oct. II, I 1M5, Hoctu-Eoos- "No. 6, Bun. Ko. t ifo.T2 Most Reasonable Figures That can bo mado outside or lnsldo tho cities. Dealing exclusively In tbe above line, you ran find at hlsatorea better assortment to atlcct from at woresitlsfactory prices tbaneltewhere. Lve. Arr. At Home without it. As a liver medlcino and general puriller of tho blood, It lias 110 equal." Mrs. A. U. Allen, "Wlntcrpock, Va., writes: "My youngest child, two years of age, was taken with Rowel Complaint, which wc could not cure. "Wo tried many remedies, but ho continued to grow worse, and finally becamo so reduced In fleh that wo could only move him upon a pillow. It was suggested by ono of tha doctors that Scrofula might bo tho causo of the trouble. Wo procured n bottlo of Window Glass, Mixod Paint3 and Fine Varnishes a Specialty. constantly ou hand. Carpols and Kulldcn' A trial Ii aolicltcd and Mtlslactlon Is rure to follow, Gl-- BY 7f ,111.. " Uilnglon e- i:. Covington 10 atniouih. ..') 53 nini am wuiiuana... ,, us , ami I'ar It ia lu S 11 . Dally 8 10 lr. i iOO 82 T Sun. . - " 'rltr Itlchmond ... . raer t Third titreet, Danville, Ky. i. e. aiimoxs. MOTHER'S ljowland Lve, Itlchmond... Air. Iterei " JJincaster pm p m ou S 13 p 111 ' 12 i, luj " 17 p III II in II wi u in a 1 P in fl Id I m 2 00 p ui 7 15 pir 8 13 p w ..."'""." el oa p en t) lOpn ,ilPU pm p ti i; Dr. E. Office on J. Kickorson9 No Wore - FRIEND Thit InvaluaMaprepn-111. " Lyln.ton... .' ! 3 .10 n elOfl a suSpm No. " 'ZZ .... """"" ' " 3 Norn.Bou.o. Arr. Lve. I.lrlngtton.., ii licrea ... KIclllLOIIll ... . n II No. No. I Physician and Surgeon, 4th St., - truly eel Terror title . k a triumph ofnirr. nnil no ever liettoweu on the lutthers of the world. irit not only tbort- ona me time, oi l.ibor auu Irssont the Inteiully ol pain, hut heller than all Illicitly diminishes tho ilangcr to life of Loth mother and child, and leaves the molhor lu a condition highly favora. hie to ajieedy recovery, sed far Irai liable lo llocallng, convulalont ami other aUrmlng symptoms Incident to llngcrlog and Pilnful lalior. Its truly wonderful cfllcacy In InestiiuaUo wut , I 1 00 mi am1 JlOK i Lve. Itowlaul No More Pain! Danville, Ky. NdMorcDanyer I'IIch No Arr. ltlchiuond .... Lvo. ltlclimoud .., Arr. Winchester, Arr l'arit Lve, Lexington Lve 1'arla Arr, Covlnijton Liniattcr ,7l , S.1a ml II 6 05 a in 8 f.S 7 IS am 8 03 a in OU am 1 7M am ajSam, am 3 M a in 7 If, a . 8 2 a m 8 63 a in 25 n m Sarsaparllla and commenced giving it to him. It worked wonders, for, in a short time, ho was completely cured." Sold by all Druggists. AYER'S and FlHluIu Perfectly Curctl. TO- - MotherSOhild. The Dread of Cynthlana ,. Falmouth .... .... 'J M a in 4 4rt p m U 80 a iu 0 00 i in .1 10 n in 3 30 p iu 3 83 p m VOnm 20 pm St pin 17 pm SSjuii Knifo, Ligaturo or Caustio Usod. MAYNVlM.i: IIUANi'ir Noani'UouMD. I Motlicrhood Transfmmid to A Keinarknble llesult. Chicago TImos. A tomewhat Cash of lightning occurred noar Deor Lodgs, Montana, whero 1,410 shoep wero grazing, with a border in charge, Tho flash remarkable result from a Treatment Mild, No Detention From Businesr, Ctuo Certain nnd roriuaiiont. Curo, Xo Pay. Xo Prlco $1; Six bottles, $5. Prepared by Dr. J.C. Ayer A Co., Lowell, HOPE! AND Dally Dally not publish rortlflcates Ex. SunEr. 8un concerning thla Ukukdt without woundlug tho Lvo Maytvlllo.... SAFETY A1ID EASE dtllcacy of the wrltera. " Jobmon 27 a 111' 3 S8 Jim Speoial Attontion also Given to ChronVet we havo hundredi " Carlisle 7 20 a m, 4 ,w of such testimonials on KIIIIl.ril.llri. TO ic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, 7 ii a m1 4 47 pm file, and nn mother wbo Arr I'arla IT 8 l.f ml It i has once used It will or. ' Lexington Suffering: Woman ! cr ogalu be without It in " I.?'au,i 10 Civlngton As well as all Diseases peculiar to Wouion. "3"a iii her time of trouble. ani1 .4 ,r6 ,,Mr Charges moderate Dr. N. can he consulted free A prominent physician lately remarked to tbo 'cenwiiiT ,n'-.-"e, of ihargeand will ho lound at his o&ice at all firoprlttor that If It were ndmsislble lo make nub we rncolvp, the Mother's Fdend times tjT the next three months. would outsell anything on the markst. By permission ho refera to tbe following gen I most earnestly entreat every female expecting Huntngton, Cbarlcttoo, W. Va., 7nJ LWn UU lleinen.'J, H. llosley, (1, A. lackey, H. Irwin, Stanford, Ky.; Judge U, F. Lee, Tom Murphy, W. to bvoonOned to ute Mother's Filend. Cuuidwl I'. Tumplc, John M. Sjoonnuior, hlui Cook. Din. with this entreaty I will add that during n loug vllle, Ky.; llov. J. A. Bogle, Ilu.tonvllle; H. O. ohttctrlcal practlcn tforty four year-- ) I havo nevnulck Huttnn, J. 8. llohlnion, Laocast-- r. Ky : Tbos. I!. er known It to fall to produce a atfe aud D., II. J. HOl.MIW. M Walker, U.C.Chrleman. Klrlivllle, Ky.t J. 8, dtUvsty. T.1iiruU."11 nd haggagn checked to any llrk.l Atlanta, (ia. i Jobnsou, Bryanttvllle, Ky.; J. I. Daniel, McKlnreached by t railroad. ney; Ky.; (I, J. llosley, Lebauou, Ky., (iio. Lew-lfi.K.D.SlOKSn, W. II. WHITTLESEY. Bend for Treatise on "Ho.iltli and Happiness of Camptiellsvllle, ICy ; A. A. McGlnnis, Bowling "t." "Ki"1; irav. l'aai. Agent. (Irccn, Ky.; Ueo. Bobou, Judgo J. W. Hughes, Weutao, iualll ll(t. KaAuriKLD llKuuLAToit Co , Atlanta, Ot. IMrrndsburg, Ky.;C. C. sbumat., MoAfe',Iiy, i.ir.sMirn Masastr, H. w. Oea.w.i 1VaJ by DR.U. L. DOUIt.vi;, btonfbrd, Ky. Use. ls;.Ag JOY! this rffxct entitles tho Lvo Covington. Motiiku's Friend to to rankid as one ol tho life aavlog appliances given to tbe world by the dls- Icaverles ot moilyn sil- (nice. From the nature ot the lcaso.lt will nt courso bo understood Dally Ex. Suu. Ex. Bun. Dlr nn Z t ' A,..,MaE, ... Hotrrii-BotiY- 'til OS I !S KbT'iiT n' 5 1! 1M" I that we can IJoTSi '" Ullpn a Sr8n. inL a;sc:- - a. u K"irn. '