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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885110301 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. (1. Moore 9 rfl jdl KI11 K mtefi0 ; W imfn NO. 70. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1885. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. PAINT LICK, GARRARD COUNTY. J. It. Wearsn, our depot agent, i able to go to work again. Ward Ilrothers are mecadamiz'ng the X'rtttav 'u&IlMhnit Taondnun street near thoir store. MU.OO X33Il ANNUM It is rumored that a widower near Lancaster will capture one of Lowell' hand W unpaid strictly In advance. !! wo have to some young ladies soon. wait DT tlinn. 93.00 will be chanced. Mrs. R. G. Ward returned home Mnn day from a two weeks' visit at Ijndon, W. T. WALTON. which accounts for the broid grin Dick ha had all over his fare this week. Married on the 29th ult , at the resiBlacksmith's Hammer Signals. dence of the bride's father, Mr. Campbell Our Now York buyer ha been attending all tho large Auction Sales in New York City for tbo last few weeks, few parxono either in the city Then ore Hammonds, Mr. J. B. Douglas to Miss and now tho goods aro beginning to roll in so fast that wo can hardly find room for thorn. or country who have not nt time watched a Alice IJ Htramonds, Uav, E.E. Ervine ofThey were bought in many instances at ono halt real value. Wo must have room and tho only way wo know of blacksmith at work in hi ahnp with hl an ficiating. to got it it to quote prices that will enable everybody, tho poor as well as tho rich, to lay in a supply of Fall and noticed that litant or striker. They hare John O. Morris, a brakeman, was Winter Goods. the Miiilh keep up a constant eucccmlon thrown from the slock train near here, Fri of motion and Uim with a small hand day night, and wa badly hurt. Tho dochammer, while with hi left hand he turns tor thinks he is seriously injured in the and move tho hot iron which the auUtrtnt Lack and his recovery Is doubtful. Th tap are not in ftrikln with a eleJun The rogues not being satisfied with Eor tho pcoplo of Lincoln and adjoining Counties to supply themselves with seasonable goods at just tho timo they dipurpooelen, hut ifiven entirely for the feasting on Mr. A. Ii. Ely's turnips made a uro most needed nnd at prices that will seem incredible, but aro only too real. rection of the striker. Accordicj: to a writUomoand eco the magic power of the almighty Dollar a3 shown ovly at tho GREA.T BARGAIN STORE. raid on bis turkey roost the other night, er in the Hanlunrt lltporttr, tho aiunalo, an Facts that will sober those that recklessly equander their hard earnings. . .. . I I.... I. iicanuK .1iie noise, weni .... in time !. i uui iic, oui given lir the hlackmnith and wheelwright Below we give figures that aro boiled down to tho solid essence of Real Economy. OUR to eavo the poor turkoy's life, but the thief are as follow?: mule Ids escape. When the hUckauith rItc. tho anvil A petition has been sent to Gov. Mc- m (julck, light bio, it ia a feigna! to tho help "We charge goods to no ono whatever, so it will bo useless to ask for credit. Creary asking him to have Mrs. L. C. Rice er to uoe the ("lede or to strike quicker. Thousands of yards of good Dark Prints at 1c per yard. All of our best standard prints at 5c per yard. appointed postmaster at this place. It is The force of the blowa giren by the Good, fino Brown Muslin, yard wido, fie per yard. to ha hoped that she will get tho appointblacksmith' haunutr Indicate the force of Extra heavy at Gc, 7ic and yjc. Kico Bleached Mualiu, 5c por yard. All tho best brands Bleached Muslins ment. She is thoroughly qualified to dis the blow it is required to give the slcdc. s charge tho duties of the office, beside it at Jc per yard considered cheap at 10c. to Tue blackimith'd helper is nuppoeed Good Canton Flannel, 61c per yprd. Better Qualities at 7ic and 8Jc. Our 10 cent quality will bo found tho will be a charitable act to give her the office a'rike the work in the middle of the width heaviest nnd best over shown in Stanford for tho money. asii'ie haa recently been left n widow with a of tho anvil, and when this require to be Good Gingham 5c per yard. Extra Gingham per yard. The very best Giugham in tho market 8Jc per little babe to take care of. varied the blacksmith indicite where the yard. Tho old bachelor, who was married at sledge blowa are to fall by touching the A big drivo in Plaid Linsoy at 10c per yard, or 12 yards for SI. Regular prico 15c per yard. A NAME IN THE SAND. Louisville a short timo ago, thought that Good Bed Ticking at 8jc, 10c and 12Ac per yard, worth a great deal more elsewhere. spot with his hand hammer. required ocean strand, Alone I walkol the ho would out sharp the boys on his return If the sledge is required to have a liter, A iearly iliell wm In my hand; and get rid of the tin pan muic, so he and al motion while descending, the blacksmith I ttored suit wrote uKn the aand his bride got ofT of the train at Point Leav-el- l My csa, iHe year, the Jay. indicate the ainie to the helper by deliverStacks of elegant Brocado Dre33 Goods, all colors, per yard. Twilled Cashmere, all colors, 8Jc per jard. and walked about three mile nnd stop As onward from tbe tho spot I paswd, ing hind hammer blowa in which the hand Elegant half wool Dress Goods at 10c, 12c and 15c per yard, worth from 20c to 25c per yard. 1 east; On llntrlmt look behind ped at n neighbor's house. After spending required for hammer uiovci in the drec'-ioDouble width Cashmero at tho extremely low price of I63C, usual price 25c per. yard. A ware rauio lolling high and tail, the day there they then went to another the sledge to move. In better quality all wool Cashmeres wo guarantee a saving oi from 15 to 25 per cent. Arid waibtJiay line away. neighbor's to spend the night, but the leadIf tho blacksmith deliver a heavy blow methought, 'twill quickly be, And o, er of the tin pan C3mpany knew of their 3FJLAN2STEI.S, &C. upon the work and an intermediate light With every mark on earth trom me. whereabout, so he got his band together blow upon tho anvil, it denotes that heavy A ware of dark obllv Ion's sea, In this department wo can show you some big bargains. Good Jeans at 15c, 18c and 20c per yard. Our 25c and alarmed the neighborhood, tbo noise Will sweep acres tbo place sledge blows are required. Jeans will bo hard to match for 35c. I hare trod In aindy shore being heird fivo mile away. The groom Where If there are two or more helper the Of time, and ben, to be no more A strictly all wool filled Jeans at 35c that you have all been in tho habit of paying 50c for. was so frightened tint he got up the next blacksmith strikes a blow between each name I lre, Of me, wy day, the Flannels we have an immense assortment in prices from 10c per yard upwards. morning, put on his vest and started down helpers sledge hammer blow, the object beTu tore no track or trace. stairs with nothing ehe but that and his ing to inerclf denote where the aledgc And yet with Htm who counts the sands, night clothes on. blowa are to Ml. holds the waters in HU handi, And One of our special drives is n good, heavy gray Blanket at tho unheard of prico of 25c each. Good white Blankluting, record land I know a To fatten a Lean Horse. When the blacksmith desires tho alcdge Inscribed agaluit my nawe, ets at 65c each, or 81 25 per pair. An elegant 11-- white Blanket at S2 25 per pair, worth 83 50 elsewhere. hammer blown to cew, he let the band To render n lean horse quiete plump 01 all thli moral part has wrought, Good, largo Comforts at 85c, 81 and SI 25. and pleising to the eyo of tho amateur, he brad fall upou the anvil and continue it re Of nil this thinking aoul Iim thought , is usually fed on half an allowance of hay bound upon the same until it ccae. And from theso fleeting tnsineuti caught, Tor glory or for aharae. a few oats and a largo mash of boiled bar-I- cy Thus the movement of the hand hammer This branch of our business has had speciol attention this season and now wo can show a stock that for elegance of Oeorge I). I'rcntlw. helper, and what daily. To contribute to tho good melconstitute signals to the stylo and workmanship, can not be surpassed in Kentucky. All of our best suits aro mado to order, especially for low coat, he may besides receive about a appear desultory blows to tho common ob Wall Street Slang. us. They aro strictly Tailor made goods and we guarantee them equal to tho suits that you pay two or threo timeB server constitute the method of ootuumni- have a dialect of their own pound of linseed cake, and should be kept tho money for. Theso goods range in prico from 810, $12, 815, S18 to 820 and wo aro satisfied that any ono getcation between the blacksmith and his that is caviare to the crowd. Like the in a rather warm stable. The dealer treats ting one of thcte suits will bo pleased with it and ho will probably save a five-dollbill. helper. s and "shop" term of mer- the poor horse preparing for sale much as Wo sell a man's good, durable suit for 83. Very good suits for S4 and 84 50, and for 85 we will sell you a strict-l- v the farmer doe his feeding cattle. Exer A deacon in a Western town recently chants, it must be explained to bs intelliall wool suit that usually sells for 810. Theso are a special Job lot and can not bo duplicated after this lot is sold. died. His pastor soon tuld a visit of con- gible to the multitude. It ia pithy, pun- else i restricted to the amount sufficient Men's good heavy Overcoats at S4, 85 and S6 that you can Men's elegant roversablo Overcoats at S3, worth $6. dolence to the bereaved widow. She asked gent, scintillating and sometime rank. It to maintain it fiir appetite, and prevent not match for less than from 81 to $2 more. One lot of Boys' Wool Vests at 35c each. A big drivo in Men's Flannel Blouses at 50c to 75c each. the minister if he would like to see the precisely characlerirj every yariatlon and thick legs and other evils so apt to follow He assented. She led aspect of tho uurket. A broker or opera- from a disturbance in the balance between funeral wreath. It will pay you to look at our Clothing before buying. him to the much prized memento and tor i "long of stocks" when "carrying" or food and work. A horse thu kept for six pointed out it peculiarities, in a broken holding them for a rise; "loads" himself by or eight weeks will appear plump, but he has no condition for work, and if senselessto one-havoice she mid: "The red tbwer were buying heavily, perhap in "blocks" comIn this lino wo acknowledge uo opposition whatever. All of theso goods wero bought at from 5,000 or ly put to hard work will not only quickly of hU red fUnnels; tho whlto ones of posed of any number of sharej-s- ay nude real valuo and aro to bo sold tho satno way. The stamens werr; 10,000 -b- ought in a lump, nnd is therefore lose the beef thus laid on, but will probahis white lUnnel. Ono lot Ladies Cloaks at 81, worth 83. Ono lot Ladies Cloaks at 82, worth 84. made of the colBn shaving, and the pistils a "hull," whoie natural nctlon ia to lower bly fall from disease or lameness, With Ono lot elegant Newmarkets and Dolmans, fur trimmed, at 85, 86 and S7, worth from 88 to 810. Ono lot elegant of his beard. The bsrriei and bud were hi horns anl give things n hoist. He more ente and safety a lean horse in good Silk Circulars at 88 50 and 8!), worth 812 to 815. One lot better quality at 810 to 11; would bo cheap of the pill that were left when he "force quotations" when he wlshe to keep health may ba tolerably rapidly improved at 815. Children's Cloaks largo variety from 75c up. made Ladies' Jereoys, nil sizes, 60c each; same quality we sold at 81 a short timo since. An elegant vest frouUTersey died, aid tho feathery part was made of up the price ot a stock; "balloons" It to n in appearance, and also in working condition, by liberally feeding and lfcht work, at 75c. worth 81 25. Something now; ask to see it. In better qualities wo havo them at SI, 81 25, SI 75, 82, the feather of the la', chicken dear Jame hlght above ita intrinsic value by imaginastlei, and kindred nnd thu treated will be greatly more ser- 82 50 and 82 75, all of which aro bargains. killed before he was taken III." All thia tive storiw, Gcliliou e, viceable than if his beef and fat had been without a piuo for breath, and methods; takes "a llier," or eraall side she eiid cipl-tapiled on him as if he had been a feeding thatdoe notemploy hi cctlre ended her ghastlf descrlptlen of tho treaa Farm nnd Home. bewildered expands hi cred- ox. "tiles kites" when ho urcd wrcith by imploring the Men's good, heavy Brogans 75c per pair, cheap nt 81. Men's fine Shoes at 81 25, 81 50, 81 75, 82 and 82 50. bounds "hold the in prayer Llroy it beyond judiciou clergyman to lead Wayne county rays $s pCr year fois Men's good winter Boots at 81 50, that no ono would think of pricing at less than S2 25. Tho very be3t quality mirket" when he buys sufficient stock to the biard of her ptupers. Times whole stock custom mado Boots at 82, 82 25, 82 50, S2 75, 83, 83 25 and 83 50. Boys Boots nil prices from 75c prevent the price from declining; "milk to 82. A Stiunue Qitowrit or H.uu on a Bucklen's Arnica Salvo. the slrfel" wheh he hold cwrtain stocks so Ladies' and Children's winter Shoo3 in great variety and at astonishingly low price3. Ono of our specialties is a Course. Two yeaw ago Wm. A. Walter skillfully that ho raise or depr.es price SiUa In tlio world lor Cuti. Ilrulsci. Tho lMt Boot with worked button holc3 at 81 75 per pair, considered cheap by regular ClinppeJ Ladies' Glovo Kid Foxed Button l'ever Sores, wi b.iriolin the Stonn Chapel cemetery, at pismire, and thu absorb some of the Sore, Sslt Illioum, Corns nnil nit Tetter,Kruptloui, dealers nt 82 50. Rubber Overshoes nud Arctics, all styles. Skin llsDils, CMItilalm, in WoMojck Vlley, Huntington county, accessible cash in the ftreel; buy when tho and KaltlYely curoi tils, or uo par required. I, The other day the bo ly wi exhumed V. to give perfect latlsfactton, or money li "market Is sick" from When the coffin was for Hntcrment. "point" t'lrorien or refunded. Prico M ccots ier box. Tor sale ly keenly examine regular prices wo mean every word wo say. Ono lot Bays' Polo Penny A McAlliter. When wo say wo havo these goods at one-halreached the digger discovered that it hid fact -- on which to biso Hpeeuhtior.; "unCaps nt 10c each; 3 for 25c. One lot better quality at 20c, worth 10c. Ono lot Boys' Wool Hats 15c each. Ono the jilnt. and out of the orevi Hprun at Mar Can Be Done ? when ho sell what has been crrii'd 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 Oa opening tho cak- loads" cei hatr protruded Hy trying ajjaln snd Iceplng up cour.ijo many wiuiui,uh .......... fjr sonio iimrj uai We havo about 300 good quality Men's Stiff Fur Hata that wo havo been selling to mea tiling tevinltigly lmpomlbN may be attained. Mon'3 Fur IlaU at 81, worth 82. et the h tir on the held was found when all Is buoyant; 'spilU stock" when he Hundred of hopeless cores ol Kidney nud I.Itci 81 50 each that wo tiro going to close out at 50o and 75c each. tho whisker ilght ure eightoen inches, quantities upon tho market, Complaint haTO bren cured by Klectrlc Bitters, real value. had tbro great Lirge assortment of Ladies' and Children's Hats at one-hal- f inches, notwithstanding tho baily necessity or to "break," i e., after otcrythlng else had beeu tried la vain. Ho fot either from been cleanly ehavod when prepared JFroiaa lower tho prlco. Ho "siddlca tho mnrkct" don't ttiluk tuaro Is no cure for you, but try Klecburial. A almulur instance orcurrcd in b Mating a certain stock upon it, and is trlc Hitters. Thersls uo modiolus so safe, sopuro Upon and so perfect a Blocd I'urlSer. Klectrlc Hitters Look well to tho Nickles tho Dollars will takocare of therneelves. lSb2 at the Camilla cemetery. "out ol" any stock when he has sold what ha will euro Dyspepsia, Diabetes nnd all Diseases of Cot-to- n exhuming the remain of Jacob Cresawell, We havo succeeded iti getting another largo shipment of tho Celebrated Windom Six cord Soft Finish Spool Wheatley, in Hirper's Mag tho Kidneys. Invaluable, lu nUcttloua of Stomach for held of It. Lit. will work on any machine, equal to Clark s, i..tt(!tnn. which had been buiird in white, black and colors. Each spool contains 200 yards und it and I.lver, nnd overcome all Urinary DICUcultlts. azine for November. Wo soil it two spools for 5c, or just halt price of any good machino thread known. Largo Ilottlcs only S3 cents a bottla at Penny & as all know who havo tried it. ten year, had hnir on It ten or twelve Spoiled Tho youog man who is petted McAUster. Stuart's best Thread, lc per spool, warranted 200 yards. In length a firm at during life. Inbei Bos-om- s Wool Saddle Blankets 15c each; twofor25o. Whalebone Buggy Whips 2oc each, worth 7oc. Linen bhirt at homo is becoming a nuisance. Ho is Excitement in Texas. Demolished. -- General W. H. Bhattuc. seldom of uny good. What is wanted Hose, extra quality and length s 10c each; three for 25c. Men's Shirts 15c, 20c and 25c each. Ladies' Great excitement lias been cauiod In the vfcinl-t- y Mens good Socks at 5c por o' the dio ft MiVairoippl Kailway, ha is a lunclical man, who enn do some of Paris, Toxus, by tho remarkablo recovery of with a few sleight manufacturers' imperfections, at 15c and 25c per pair, worth 40c. publisher of practically demolished the and Mr. J. K. Corley, who was so helpless he could not pair. Men's heavy wool socks 10c per pair. Job lot Suspenders 10c per pair; threo for 25c. thing olse beiidM ouioko cigarette turn In bed, or raise his head; everybody said he thu bt. Louia lltgiter In hi eult againtl Threo papers good Pins for 5c. Threo papers good Needles for 5c. Two boxes good Blacking for 5c. Good twist a cine. The time to learn to work was dying of Consumption. A trial ot Dr. for libel. The Register people printthem business habits is in onu's King's New Discovery was sent him. Finding re- Hair Brushes 15c, worth 35. Job lot Ladies' Linen Collars 5o each. Men's Collars, standing or turn down, Earl and to leun ed chargeB which they must have known youth. H who leads the life of a butter-ll- lief, he bought a largo bittlo nud a lox of Dr. & Wilson's and all tho best makes, 10c each, worth from 15c to 25c. Ladies' Hand Bags 25c each, worth 50c. La x groa imputations Books 5c each. Twolvo dozen Shirt Buttons for were fale, a they were until be is twenty five or thirty years of Klng'sNewIJfs Pills, and by the timo ha had dies' Kid Gloves 35c per pair, worth 75 cents. Good Pocket f c each. Best Shoo Polish for LadiC3 Shoes 10c. Handkerchiefs character of n gentleman of boxes of Pills and two boxes ol tho Dis taken two upon the naokngea Hair Pins for 5c. Fancy bordered ago and thon rocojjnizai tho fact that he ban COOd EnVOlODS for 5c. l.i!.. ,.n.il. 0- -, 1fnuir frm.. ol.nnla nnm "Tnfn linnAr fnr fir-- TwpnfV-flVknown Integrity, and tho Reg'ukr was nndo an ass of himself, hs precious little covery ho was woll and had gained In flesh thir ty. six oimds. Trial bottle ol this Great Discov cry Silk all colors, 100 yards, oo spool. promptly sued. Now tho publisher Lump Shears 5o per pair. Faco Powder best quality 5c per box, Spool him when ho applies for a ery for Consumption frcoat Penny A McAUiUr's. - to recommend Rubber Ribbon 5c per yard, worth 10c. Tablo Oil Cloth 15c per yard, two yards for 25c. Breakfast Shawls 20c cram and wish to settle, but General Shut- job. This may ba a chestnut, but It fits not Positive Cure for Piles. each. Men's Red Undershirts, wool, 75c, worth 81, and huudreds of other things equally as cheap that wo havo tnc prefer n public vindication in tho a few young men of every city in the Union. Vo thepeoplool this county we would say that . cMir's, and ho ia sure to obtain It. The The boys on tbe frm aro batter off if they wo have been given tho Agincy of Dr. Marchlsl's neither timo nor space to mention. A great many think us foolish to sell at tho prices wo do, but wo havo found out that tho way to increase) trade is lighter will And lying an expensive luxu- only knew it than thousands of boys who Italian Pllo Ointment emphatically guaranteed beforo they get in tho House. Ihey aro ' Current Fact," Cin Internal, External, to get tho prices down. Wo buy our goods and pay for them generally refunded ry In this instance. are at large. There is nothing like bf ing to euro or money Itching Tiles. Trice 80c a box. ours nnd wo shnll eell them nt such prices as wo think best. Wo want you to como and eeo us, whether customors or Itllud. llleedlng or clnnati, P., Oct. 10th. 18S5. practical, and thcro is but ono way to bo so. Tor sale by Penny A McAlIster, Druggists. not. Wo will gladly bIiow you our goods and will not get at all mad if you dop't buy. yourself EJwin S. Springer, of Weymouth, was Acquire business hablls and train To thoso living outot town we will say that wo can save you enough on a small purchase to pay your railrord faro Don't waste Daughters, IKVes and Mothers, recently given a room nt a Iloston hotel togcol, honeet, Iiwd work. both ways for a number of miles. Country merchants, wo havo bargains for you aud can Eavo you tho expenso of You We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marcblil's nt which was another lodger who snored your time letrnlng to tlo a cravat. l'omalo Homedy, t euro I'emnlo DIs going to tho city. Kelson can buy cravats already tied. very loud. Springer, after trying the oases, such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and method of arousing him, secured n County Kecord. UIcrat!ou, Falling and DIfplnccniect or bearing down Mllii;, Irregularltlo, Barrenness, Change ol Btout stick and gavo him n boating, which Court of Claims allowed Ltfo,I.i'Ucborrbfi'a1lf Ides many woakneisessprl g Thel'iil-s- ki oiff.ait.lly aroiued tho sleeper that he and fixed tho county 11 total of SS.577 01 fiomth above, like Hm 1st lis, UhMt'tig, SpirtiVd frnm tho bouse and procured i po- levy at 20'cents on the $100; poll tax $1. nal 'skueH, Hleplvns, Nervous Debility, Tho ansalliiut. Drug-gUlice ofHcer to arreot hi Popular Originators and Promoters of Low Prices for all tbo People, oommlfsloner u sult- Palpitation ot the Hwrt, Ac. For sal by to Dr. md the provocation was It gives a poar-hoPrice St snd It MrrlUI. court seemed to tnlnk STANFOFwl), to ry of $260 pr your nnd S1.C0O to take oaie J B. Marehlsl, Uilca, Jf. Y., or pamphlet, fret, Asayli n ; a TMt "no and ordered tho prisoner of the pupe. r l by Prany fc UeAltmer. DtufgUU. . ! oa Ul own rKDgniuo. Mr. W. F. Kennedy and Mr. Capt. T. wit-noui- have returned home, n!nco tho closing exercise of the great Southern Exposition at Louinville Prof. Ilawei class in elocution will give an entertainment at tho college building socio time next month for the benefit of tho Improvement fund; due notice will be given and everybody invited. Alio a musical entertainment and promenude concert ia spoken of every Saturdry night, provided It meet with tho approbation of the patron and pupil of tho school. The following candidate were around shaking hands with the boys last week Sam Owens, "Little Eb." Kennedy and Mr Cjoper. "LUtlo Eb." had eomewhat the advantage of the other boys, havlog been one of the boy himself in former years, and ntrcewarily held prior claims. The other genllume-- j will nla j get n good vote In thia precinct, if some of our own citizens are not cuulida'.ej for the office to which they aspire. imported cow, i'heasant, Carnon Bro No, 25,927, dropped n heifer cslf by their bull, Signal, Ojt. 30lh. They have also hod the goo 1 luck to hare heifer calveafrom t regUtered cow within tho lait month, They also sold tho two high grado Jersey air cow that they had advertised in tho nrlce. G. W. King sold hi yearling mulw advertised in last issue to a $32.50 per head. Mr. Wilson, of Tenn , sold to same partita 2 hoad at Wm. Stuart $00 per head. Intk-iiinn.atf- ATION OF THE CENTURY ! Listen while we tell you the story: How and why we do it. THIS WILL BE A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY !. terms .a.:r,:e stbiotly cash :DO"w:Lr 6c BREKS OODS. 6c JEAN'S, BIiANKETS AMI) 4 COjfJCFOBTS. ''"""' CLOTHING. Stock-broker- s ar trade-mark- FAMES' GL.OAKS AN WRAPS. one-fourt- h lt fur-line- d ven-tur- l; BOOTS ANI SHOES. gtur-iutce- MATS AND CAl'S. f - Notiou.s and Mpeelaltics Auction. now-ndav- all-wo- y 5c-Si- 1 us-u- al Tla. GriT&ELt . Hj- - 0"73SIRfe ?;..:.. .J:iv,t, 23.:rsfc:o. Store, & OCX- - n St. Hotel Euildii: KY. Increased Indian army, culled out by the alarm "at Russian aggremlon. The volunteer movement, here, ia a notable one. YesMore Ividenco of tho Fulfillment of terday I saw the two companies, raised at DEALER IN thia little hill station, oh parade. They tho Promise to Abraham. Novembers, 1885 resting place of her husband's remains. Stanford, Ky.,. are une soldiers already and spienuiuiy Hardware, here remain lloroo Shoes, Groceries?, (tadiUe, She desire that they shall every station In India haa NhIIh, they are at present. Iron, tuccnmnrc, HtiKKy 'Trafsa tho Lord. God is Loveand Noth- armod. And volunteer contingents now itawell-drillcHiiK&y WlicelH, NtoTCft, George McLaughlin, one of tho circus Onno MIIIh, IlnracfMi, w. P. WALTON. ing EIbo." In case of war, these would havo to act aa NpoltcH, rjbbcrr, wa given fivo yeans at Frankfort Grates. Cider MIIIh, Lap Covorn, Saturday. Tnere are four other Indict- Piinspcrrr Point. Lamdouii, N. India,) local defenders, while the "regulars" Klmv, HtonowHrc, Corn Collars, marched to meet the foe. They will be InSept. 22, 18S5 tbe dis- ments against him. The other riscals Gen. Geohoe B. McCi-elt-aoutgoing nisil valuable. They are chiefly Euraaians, with Oliver Chiliad, Champion Steel and Brinley Oombinod Plowi, Woodon ano tinguished soldier and atatoaruiin, died sud- will not be tried till January. Dear iNTEHionr-O- ur Orange Mountain, N. Oast I'umps, nnd the Oolobrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin RoofSenator Leland Stanford has donated changes Its arrangements this week, and I a sprinkling of Eoglish merchants and denly at hU home at ing and Guttering: yill have prompt attention. last weetf, of neuralgia of the heart, 83,000 acres of land, valued at $3,500,000, am able to give you another letter, in three clerks the latter generally officers. What J., a curious outcome this isl A wonderful Ilaged 69 He waa n graduate of WeBt for the endowment of a University at Palo days after the dispatch of my last. Our travellers In the Interior must be lustration of how the LORD brings good Point and eerred with distinction in the Mex Alta, Cal. Ho propo'ei to make it the best 1 have before mentioned the ican war. Resigning his commission in the educational institution in this country or iiear the everlasting snows by this time, be out of evil. ennothing from anomalous position of the "Eurasians" or Europe. ing 9 days out. But we hear United States armf ho became chiet TIIE 2M3W GItOOEKY AND IIAKDWARE IIOUNI2 OF Mrs. Fannie E. Gibbs, of Alabama, has them and "no newa is good news" in this people of mixed European an Indian blood gineer of the Illinois Central railroad and afterwnrda ita president. At the opening of brought suit in the United Slates Court of case; for only in the event of accidental dis The race began of course in illicit love. Its niillionr, the civil wir, he was commiiiioned a Ma- Texas against Edgene N. Brooks for $100,-00- aster would they incur the expense of send ramification now run up into and placed for killing her husband, Wm. Stuart ing special messengers so great a distance perhaps. These are all loyal to tho cnre jor General of Ohio volunteers Aa for "postal communications," In the and proud of the little or much English in commind in the Department of the Gibbs. Tbe parties are prominent and civilized senso of that term, Ida cot sup- blood in their veins; which litta them above Ohio. Ha was mado Major General in the wealthy. Gen. McClellan'e funeral took place pose tbe Rajah of Tehree, (in whoeo domin- tha nntivt; though, alatl it does not bring regular army May 14, 1SG1, and commind-eWfluM kl.dly k rouraltcttlon to th fact that they hnT J tut returned Iroin tho cIIIm with laiit in West VirRluia yesterday and waa very ucoatentatious, ions they are, afier leaving Lindour for them on a level with the conquering race. in several engagements Ir Hi idJ well iflfcttd ilotk of CIIOICK brokreceiving n vote of thanks from Cjogress. his rcq lest that no military display b had half a mile) has such i thing in IiIb some- Still tie Hnca are, In some cases, almost en over. There is a splendid array of energy obsrred. Among tho pall bearers what extensive mountain principality. On July 22, the day after the FeJeral de were Gens. W. S Hancock and Joreph E was plncd in met tho term Dehra and ability in the "first clas" Euranlan You have often fest at Bull llun, he Dhoon in my letters from "Prospect Point " The Government effices aro filled with tl pid. In endless Ttrlftr, dainty In quality tnJ latlnfictory In prlc-- ; thli o giuranteo. Our aim ehall b of the Division of the Totomac, and Johnston. at all times to iupply eTcry want In our llnf , From Mexico come tho details of n Thia is the name of the lovely valley 15 or And tho Abrahamle blood tells, even n (f Bhortly after the Army of the Potomac and was made terrible outrago perpetrated by bandits, who 20 miles wide dotted with te-- plantations, drops of It. Wont'erfu'l that in this Kr.s on the retirement of Gen. Scott Ganeral-iChief of the U. 8. Armies. He 11 tyed tho feet of their victim, cut ofi his and fertile in soil -t- hat Hi's up and down lorn solution of Samson's riddle -- OM' Oiniliti of tho Standard Ilrmdiol Huropo and America. Our lrc lino of Cooking ttotr Include opened tho campaign against Richmond ears and wrists, tors out hh eyes, dragged the Himalayan range, here away, between riddle "Out of the cater comes f tih the Juitly "Orea! Western Ilrwrvo" ami many other family laforllM. Our China, OUu havhigh) meal" these children of an unhallowed ana wuwiwwtre nocz roniiium jmrior law, Tea and Cbawlr N-him at their saddle bowa and finally tore the Sirvallks, or 1st range (1,000 feet and subsequently much dinsatishction ooiulte, (ilauwuro richly cut In thoviy of Ilreaditutli wenamo Iliiekwbmt I'loty, tlio (juivnol all tribe. Our d ing arisen at his olownew, ho was superse- his body in two. The demons nnd the 2J or Sanitaria range (7 or 8.000 past, should come to be tho brck bone of mlctclii-dTalent -- O. SI." I'lour, nrlrallcj forcakoand rwutry, while Ulco and Hominy, our own ratrl-oti- c Wm. E Smith, of PlatUburg, N. Y., feet), and which "once upon a time," be- this great Indian Empire in the grand pres ded by Bumsido and ordered to proceed to products, arrayed at faithful adjunct!. All Hie delicacies In Foreign and Dommtlc Confoclloni Trentcn, N. J. to await luriner oruer.s haa been appointed Assistant Secretary of longed to the ancestors of thia same K'j'h entl So from Judah'a lust sprang the 8 are bsre. Tin, btonc, Wooden and Wlllowware, t.'!clrlc Uuip, Stationery. CaanoJ Sleata and FrulU which nsveroam?, and he took no further tho Treasury, vice Caarlos E Coon, re of Tehree. All up and down theee second vlor of the world. "Oh the depthi the and a complete lino orcigara and Tobieres. Well, thli l only a bint of whit wo hare. Itclloilni God1 tbatweoan niakolt to your Interest, wo confidently aik an raamlnatlanof our goodiand yourpttroa part iu the war. In 1SG4 tho democirtic signed. He ia a lawyer, abaut forty-fiv- e ranees and extending back to the snowy deptlulcf the wisdom and krowledgerf ltespectlully, TA l.tm llllOTllKllP. "national convention, nominated him for years old, has been a leader of the young range, with Its unsurpassed altitude for a How unsearchable are Hia iuilcments, and the democracy and a follower of Mr. Tilden His ways post finding out I thought of President, but ho only received thousand miles, dwells a hardy, mountain Alfred E Le, former private Secreta- race, that quite differs from the denizens this, yesterday, with iritensest interest, as I electoral votes of this State, Delaware and New Jeney. He was chosen na the ry to R. B.Hayes, denies Hint Gen. Grant of the plaiuo. Thoy ore brave, liberty lov- marked the martUl "tramr! tram; !'' of the Hardly a democratic candidate for governor of New ever believed that Mr. Tilden waa elected, ing, active in body and hardy livers, though fine fellows, going to parade face but bore the tlnf, that told of mixed elected and filled as stated by Mr. Go. W. Childs, nnd states smaller in stature than their brethren Jersey in 1SS2 and was "Wherever the British have crowed parentage, but a handsomer or more athletout his term of office. There is hardly any that Grant said to him that, in a certain doubt that had not a radical cabinet oppos- contingency, ho "would have hanged Mr. sworde with them thay have found them ic troop of square shouldered, athletic, souldiera It would be hard to find. ed him and thnwn obat&cles in hia way, Tilden." DKAL.lt S IX such exceedingly tough customers that the have ended several years befire hundred , witnesses have present policy,!?, to let them alone; Inter- Their uniforms are varied now gray or the war would Oer a " u - a n i m iw rm black but next year they all go Into scar Drugs, Books, Stationery and v?z?''r-ir'zMirjrj- . vn taBW : -fore it did, but McClcllan was a democrat drawn pay for attendance ut this term of fere as littlo as powible; subsld'za the i7 "regulars." I am glad of that suspicionid the United Statea Court, and the feed Fancy Articles. ntiicaand therefore his every act waa .'OUttnt liberally for tho privilege of rccruitine let, like IX TV and ecrutinizjd by men les3 loyal than he. amount to $10,300. This Is the largest regiments from their warliko subject?; and It ia tho imperial color - Irael'a badge It" JUL iN fYjK vv ?S? Phyilcl ana' prrKrtptlom accurately compounded. fiem. &r mT , i He was a brave and chivalrous man, how- sum ever expended at any one term in the cultivate the friendliest relations with them flashing tint ia, to me -t- he fulfilment of AUo these 1,000 year Louever, and his memory will be cherished by history of the court in Kentucky. avoiding carefully anything that would God'a precious word, spoken ' jmaj, j i jeaaJLaJLA. it a a.e isville Commercial. every true patriot in the land. provoke collision. Ia this way, with judi- agone, to Abraham that his seed should Last June David Conger chopped hia cious "residenta" at their several court", the rule the planet. Through how many crookscramble for The result of the three-d- ay wife's head ofl with an ax in Guernay Eoglish have a long line of friendly tribes, ed ways of man's devising, the dear LORD Tho Largest Stock of Watches, Olocks, the nomination for Circuit Judge in the Jewelry and Silverware county, O. Wlun arrested he feijned in who really constitute a most admirable has been compelled by stubborn human Fifth District was the selection of lion. slow to wills to go, in fulfilling His own word of Krer bought to Ibli market Trie Lower sanity, and remained absolutely dumb un- frontier defense; for they will be as thin Willis Reeves, nfter the refusal of the tbe LowNt. Watchee. Cocke and Jewelry lle-other truth God Himself only knows. But the palrtdon sboit notlcn and Warraninl, Warren and Simp- til Saturday, when, after being sentenced to let in any hostile power from the Rodes delegatei from ninety yean' imprieonment, he broke forth side of their inacceseible mountains as to fulfilment, is the point. And tbnugh how son to vote because of the questionable in the moat horrible oaths, cursing the allow the British to encroach upon their many ways of shame and sorrow tho dear methods of the Reeves men. There ia court and all about him. territory. Thia "buffer policy" as it is en. LORD has yet to go, becaue the race He some talk of Rodea becoming an independamong Indian statesmen, is tho one loves "For the Father'a sake," is "itHI" neckent candidate. The convention was very Call of Meeting of Democratic Jadicicl titled only knows. But that is so prominently before the world now, ed," as of old again God Committee. disorderly and disgraceful considering that Only the fulfilment ia sure because embroglio. The members composing the democratic in the notorious Affghan the nominations were for hltfh judicial of"No word He bath spoken bloodthirsty and treach. ficers, We do not know whether tli9 can- committee of the Sth Judicial District, will the Affghans are so Wu titt yet broken," unutterably jsalousof the En didates themselves are responsible for the meet at Stanford at 1 o'clock, Friday, Nov. erous.and so And men shall yet confess that our God Is AND ia always at its condition of things but we do know that 20tb,lSS5, to fix the manner and time for glish, that the government true to ill His promises, however the consuspicious with such n e no mau ia fit to be judge who has been the nomination of a Circuit Judge and wit's end in dealing summation lingers. ! lot, and know not, any moment but that trading aroucd for a nomination. rCONTINt'ED NEXT ISSUE. Attorney. Commonwealth's they will "sell out" to the Ruesians and A Full nnd compJclo JiHsortnu'iit or Furniture, emlirnclnj; ov. J. E Lynn, Chm. DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNlt. Tiiey don't seem to have any better laws Stanford, Nov. 2. cryiiiliiKlrom tliu Vhcnpcht to the I'lucHt Parlor Nultca. Ho turn the splendid weapons, lately furnished MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. in regard to the qualification of jnrors in by tho Indian Viceroy, upon tho givers D. N. Ilinnian on Saturday shipped need to ro to tho targe cHIch to mala- - your piircliiiNCN. no matter New York than here, where the more ignoThia makes the present situation co very for Wakefield & Hudson to New Orleaur what quantity ir finality you want, uh I can mid will duplicate Managed by Jno, B. Fith rant a man 13 as a general thing, the better Peace and quiet ham: upon the a cf sugar mulr, consigned to any price you can obtain eiNewlicro, freight hchif: adi!cI. Alao There waa n alight fall of snow this ticklish qualified he ia to serve. Oae of the jurora morning. life of the present Ameer, who is undoubta lull asHortimmt ol CoMiik, Cisvcn, NhrouclH and Martin, Thompson fc Co. cmlirrtf. n tho FerJ Ward caso which has been talkHenry MtCiure and Wallace Lizrell edly loyal to tbe Brilieh allanoe, and hosl'he project for erecting a mouuuunt Iiir all tho Sow NtylcH, both cheap and expensive. WUru room country to the ed of from one end of the Hi. Awaph Hotel, Mtnnlord. Ky. had a little row ia town Saturday, ruid tile to Russia. But a single bullet, n sword to Win. F. Maniu, Dinville'a lite piet, other, owed hia eclectioa to the fact that wens fined thruet or a dose of poison, may rhacgo the will be revived shortly and it ia thought $2.50 etch. Liz?ell paid all when asked if he "had read anything whole situation in an hour. be carried through to auccas. the costs. about Mr. Ward?" answered that he But the Afghans on the N. W. and the Mrs. II. C Simons, of Ntw York, arAlfred Luce, who has been in jail on "had re id about Henry Ward Bsecher, two charges of bastardy, haa bjen released, loyal irountaineew ou the east of British rived Thuraday owning to join her hus but he didn't know if that was the same T. N. Roberts, and O. W. McClure, becom- India are very widely diflueut. The finest hand, who is SMrMliu,: m the revival metit-ini- r Ward." now in progress at the Walnut street ing sasuritiea for his appearance at the native corps in the British army are the Ghoorka battalions, recruited from Ncpaul M. E. church. The primary election in Marion was a next term of the county court. Just south of us. These undersized, but A number of our citizen wero sumhotly congested cne and Spalding, the man It wis Mr. Jehu Harlan, who sold his as cata and firm in this county to Evcrhart Hundley accused of releasing a prisoner for a money moned to S'.anford Friday night as jurors gallant little Boldiera-act- ive heen found instead of John Harlan myour type made consideration, was renominated for county in the care of the Commonwealth vs. Car- brave aa Julius Cw-ha- ve invaluable, especially in mountain me say last week. Mr. Harlan bna adverattorney. His friends regard thia aa a vin son. Nearly all obeyed tho summons and simply went down on the early morning freight warfare. In the Affghan campaigns, tbee tised his personalty for sale on the 17th dication, but others cay it was accomplishintrepid hillamen have, once and again, insl. ed by a yery free uee of money. John Sev- train. An elegant dinner party complimenA debate between Rsys. H. D. Burnett, turned the tide of battle agsinet concealed erance, late cf thia county, wae nominated of Maysville, for of the M. E. Church, and J. C. Carmichael, marksmen, ecaling rocks, mountain sides tary to Mrs. L W. Robertson, for we do not know of wits given by Mrs. J. K. 8umrall at her of the Baptist church, has been going on and with their deadly Koorketa (a sort County Clerk; at Friendship churcb, in the low edge of knife like a fickle) butchering the home near town on Friday laat. Other Tun Weather Bureau ia getting things the county, for ceveral daja Rev. Gill, of crooked Aflredl and Affghan marksmen, frieeds pre'ent were Mra. W. G. Dunlap, unerrlog Of the indications down to a fine point. London, ia Moderator. Both of the de- behind their coverta. Tne northern tribes Mra. W. 8. Rowland, Mra. A B. Robertson, the entire year 83.0 per cent, were verifor baters are residenta of that end of the coun- men stand in terror of them, to tlis diy, Jr., Mm. Wm. Warren. Miasea Valinc'a fied, aa were 03 per cent, of tbe cautionary and Maiy Chandler. ty and great crowds attend to hear them. far more than of the British Boldlfr signals and 8G per cent, of the cold wave Mrs. El z i Hallectr, widow of Gen. A number of vieitin,- - preachers are in atRight underour Landour m untatn, to signals. The number of miles of military English nalleck, who served In thestaf of Gen, R. tendance. the left, la a conical hill wiura an telegraph operated ia 2,779 and 4S9 signal -- Dr. P. G. Rjdd.of MiltsCity, Monta- army in vain tried to dislodge ft Ghoorka II Gano during tho civil wa, la In town, stations are reported. na, is visiting relatives in this county. He force, which "held tbe fort" against repeat- tho guest of her niece, Mrs. Robt. Hann. We regret to know that Dr. J. D Woods will attend a course of medical lectures in ed charges. Gen. Gillespie's monument is Messrs. MarkjWakefield and L H. Hudson haa been compelled by his increasing off- New York city this winter. John M. Wil- standing now, on the place where the gal- are in Missouri buying mules. Messrs. W icial duties aa Publio Printer to retire from liams, is back from Mitchell, Ind., where lant Boldier fell, heading an imeuccewful J. Lyle and Tho. McRoberts are in Mexthe editorial charge of the Frankfort Capi he has been attending school. He ia a 111 d And the only way the British gain- ico on a business trip. Mra H. G. Saudi-fe- r ia In Greensburg visiting her mother, at, but it is much consolation to know that b ed an advantage was by cuttitp off the wa with rheumatism. Miia Mittie that accomplished young journalist, Mr. from the besieged. fhn the Mrs Maion, who ia very ill. lies returned from a two month vieit ter supply George V. Triplet, will take his place. Eirly last June a number of colored to friends in Garrard county. Mba Mattie Glioorkas fled across the Unoon and were at tho palatial resfrom New York Willlnma is spending a few days with speedily followed and scattered. This, in troopi happened to meet Cheering news comes when the Dahra Dhoon idence of Dennis Csldwell, also colored, of and Virginia, which Statea hold elections friends and relatives in the "Rock City." the days of old, this.place, and engaged In an awful game but it ia far fiom being certain that J. D. Chandler, of Louisville, waa in town belonged to them. When peace came, the Eoglish retained the Dhoon, to pay the ex of "chuck a luck." A reliable one ol the ia bo yesterday. Cipt. B. F. Holman, of Manthe democrats will win. Tho wish site ontrabanda informed your correspondent much father to the thought, however, chester, Ky., waa in town several days laet peneea of the campaign, reserved a centa in week. in thia second range ard that there was nearly thlrty-fiv- u for a Sanitarium, that we shall hope for the good sense of the Tho County Court of Claims waa in turned over a tremendously diminished the crowd when the game began and when people till the results show otherwise. cession last week and allowed claims to the principality to the old Tebrea Rijab. Five the party waa arrested Dnnia waa arraignPkesident Cleveland announced that amount of about $3,000. The county minutes' walk from Pruspect Point we are ed on a charge of "suffiring gaming" and after November 1, he will not grant inter-vie- judge and county attorney were allowed out of British territory and in the Rhj-iIi'after judicial investigation was sent to the to persons seeking public positions, $300 each; county auperintendent, $245; jurisdiction. We pay a monthly tax to wcrk.houoe for 350 days. He remained or their advccaUs. And this too, with jailer, $201; county clerk $118. The jailer that potentate for the privilege of cutting thereuntil laat week when hia judgment waa allowed $50, his part of an attorney's 100,000 republican rarcala in office. Verigrass for cows or horses or firewood from being conclusive that he had nbout expifee for defending himself In connection country is going to the devil. ly the ated his crime he petitioned tho governor his forests. with tho county judge and county attorney, The Ghoorka regiments, in addition to for a pardon which waa granted, and Den CURRENT EVENTS. fiO'Ea OF against the charge of false imprisonment the Snider rills the common armament of nis ia now aa free as ever waa McGregor on are reported from New byS. H. Thompson am T. T. Wallace. tbe native or Sepoy corps have, sa " Snow storms hia native heath. Aa ona member nf the court said nt the national knife, with which York and various parts of Oaio their Tbe creameries in Sullivan, Wis., put Frederick P. Winton, of Chicago, ha time, "itlook'lika robbing the people if they are simply uncotquerable. at cloie their butter into earthen jirn or crocks ol the county has to pay thi $50." His pro- quarters Woe to the unhappy foe that from five to twenty pounds each, nnd send bten appointed Minister to Persia. Williams has been HeuteneeJ (o test was of no avail. The proposition pars- gets within reach of the slash of that John these to regular customers in Milwaukee, be hanged In Bourbon for tho murder of ed with only three dissenting votes out of skillfully wielded weipon. Oieattoko and who use the butter and re.turu tho jsra to fourteen two democrats and ono republiHenry SUillman. all la over. A second would be a burning hi refilled. In thia way the citizens of the The deficit In postal receipts of the can. reproach to a Ghoorka. In their religious c'.ty got firm, freeh hotter for their tablet Robert Boaner is past sixty and worth sacrifices one feature of n certain part of prcient year, as ugalcst list yeir, ia over all the time, uud the get gcoJ $5,000,000 or $0,000,000, No man is batter tho ceremonial, is, for a Ghoorka r" st to five million dollars. prices. Both parties profit by the transac Counterfeit fifty cent pieces of the satisfied with his paper, hia fortune, his sever tbe head of a bullock from ita ehoul They are of Prefbylerianipm, his hordes and himxelf, dera with a single stroke of the Koorkee tion. 18S0 issue are in circulation. Col J. W. IJuck, ol Woodford county, And he ouht to b, having b?gun aa n A second would vitiate the offering, in the clever workmanship. shot and killed a doy, which wan running The greatest fl lod in fio jeara ia te type setter without friends or itllaence, eight of their deity. ported from Virginia. Great damage has and having achieved hia present position The present conservative government his sheep, n. h diatanc, of 100 yardg. Tre shot wr nndp with n Hprlnt- ' . ho Onorki fnrca ecridnt. recurring n? I'flailng it "t r' I prse?fnre. beend.i' to .' ' !)"-- ' N, Y, Journal. SUCCESSORS TO BfaGri-iA- ' OU Jet ft AW. the general plan of a greatly tield rile. to several trains, with loea of life. largely -I- n t ia to h&ye & $20,000 The'stock'has all been subscribed. Mrs. Gen. Grant has written a letter to to the final Mayor Grace, of New York, ho-tel, narrodsburg GEO. O. BARNES. w. JtT. HIGGINS Whip, Shelter, d, 0, TAYLOR BROS. FAMILY GROCERIES d com-man- d a n OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERV colot-rafe. role-bratr- 1 ba-lo- Pemiy & MfJJiitet PHARMACISTS, " i i R-ja- pj "" JEWELERS. ft fe m fit) UNDERTAKER, JOealei- in XiiMiitiii-- car-loa- d Itolic, oppose PLEASE T FORGET ct-e- New-com- That we carry the Largest Stock ot Groceries, Hardware and Queensware in the city; That Ave 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, to-d- ay, is always complete, And that we guarantee Lowest Prices, style and finish considered. Also, that we still handle the cel ebrated Wagons, "Old Hickory" and Mitchell. i "side-arms,- Big line of Farming Implements. Grain Drills, Turning Plowsr both riding and walking, And all of which we guarantee at Lowest prices. n'la; BBIQHT A ISaClgTCSJLIiiiF, ii d . pistol on hla person. The former Mr T C, G ffer br mi t u an egg testimony about Cirson'a attemptin to get laid by an ordinary hen intt weighs 4 -- m Untcic Two hundred and fifty thout- - in WcBt's room, hla subsequent actlom and ounces. Iiotn Iim ihihi'Iom'I What a whop Stanford, Ky Novombor 3, 1885 ancl, hard and or gale by his eflortto procure cartridge- for his pis- per It is when it i huimi tnat tie 'average tol was corroborated. A lawyer named weighBltM (han 2 ouncef. Henry Uaughman, D.rC. Terhnne Imnght Tuswlay, 29 Brown assisted Hill, Welch and Moltob-rtI. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. New Borpbnm, Hominy, Cranberry in the defense and Mr. Itobt. Harding and long yearling mu'es nenr Grub O chard; sauce, 1'icklrn, Cream cheeiie at A. A. Warstall Ualnrotn North. MHHNMNUHMIMl 1 DO f M D.It Carpenter represented the Common- 23 oi them ran re and - BOUth hands high and tttwW 30 P M iprwilraln" Mouth MMIItMMHI 1 J At Hi ren' "Model Grocery." We were unable to be present ingoodnrd'r. The average cost wes wealth. ii " " ' Norn 2 05 A Mi per head. Dn. W. B. 1'jsMMY uces nothinir but the during tho trial, but we hear Mr. Harding's Harrodaburg Democrat. Ih noro la calculated on itandard Mine, Bolar beot We notice that mmt of the Lincoln material in mikinp Artificial teeth epeech corapllmentoi very highly on all tme la about 20 minutes faster, and etiaranttea a perfect lit. Office on eidea And his management nf tbo case is caun'y farmere, feiring the scarcity of corn, aid to Iiavo been excellent. At a late are eelllnv their hos, As we bave an Lancaster Mreet. LOCAL NOTICES. hour Saturday night the cae was given to Abunitant msl wmM it nut pay to BtJY your school boolci from Penny A For Rkkt. The More-rooI am occu the jury, but they soon reported their ir- - brine tho.- bu iton hre aid fatten McAHiter. pylon I offer for rent from Nor. 9th to Jan. ability to ogree and Judge Owsley very thn.? tarnmet Iteporter MuIloneiiTs A Htacki nre headquarter lit, 'c-- with a pririlexe of u two yearn' properly gave them over int the custody The for atnunltion. Tubacco PMr will leiue. K. 8. Lytle. of tho Sheriff to wrestle among themselves holtl its (erond srinuil meding n Cheno Guns at nil prices nt MoKobert & - M Mnw't, from $2.50 to $100. 18:b, Don't forget that Uo. I). Wcaren, Ar., till Monday morning. Yesterday at ) we'd Hall, hi Sitnrlar, N CoMPLvre atock of rchoo. bookn and hso a Ur;H Mock of Piuc iborintf, Ceiling o'clock they reported that they had agreed under the an pice of the ILirrodnburg chool ouppllrw nt MoRobtrta & 8ten'. Thrn nre nver $.'00 Weather Hoards, Door Hub, Uliudg, on a verdict of 5 year in (be penitentiary, Democrat Cjnu Watch ka and Jewelry repaired on short Moulding", Hhinnlep, Lnth arid all kind juit hnlf of that given by a former jury, in prmIufiiDff'rnl Wn e 1 Eii'or F D. notice and warranted by Penny A McAlin-e- r. and they were di'chrrged A motion was Spots-roolor pirlicnlar. of rough l'lmber made for a new trial on the ground that Buy the Hum Hoir HemHy, the origiThe amount of gold i circulation in A wamiakt wan sworn out by J. W. the verdict woa contrary to tho law and evl nal and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl-late- r. the U 8. wiiu ihi in Anderson yestrrdity, clisrginu Charie Kim minis and bul dence, but it rooms to ba the general lion HVnilnhlH fnroiiixjH ii 3802 500,619. A ooMPi.irrn nock of Jewelry, latent bill and John and Silas McKeef with rob that tho verdict is as light aa mii'ht ityJc. Ilookford watches a apecialty, Pen bin him of $11! The riacaln had lied be expected. The jitry was cempoeed of ny A ip4llMtr. when an cflicer went to arrest them. excellent material of mi-rthan ordinary PERSONAL. Bno. Boole write that there is nothing intelligence. W. T. S.tllXWKSCJS J idi De was tip f'ir forgery and carry Oi.v C'tTiPMAN.C(l. M II Crump to report in the Wl End exeep tho ar and M.J MrRr were here Kridnf en rlvsl of yor.iits'fr". J. 8. Murphy, ing concealed wc.ipcn but the former cne Ii a Candilite lor JalUr, aulject to the action ol route In Lntica'er o mtH'ei In the Owaley Jr., hii a new oy at hia hous?, Itev. J. E. was dUmifed and the latter fettled by thf tho DciuouriKM. waw Triple't one at U and n cirl appear at payment of $33, although tho Rtflee. .!. l.'NHOPJH lOdayiinjail and a fine of $25. This Cm. Saviui. A Walton, L F. Hub- Tom Hatcher'. a Candida for Coujty ('Ink of L ocolo, tut Jecl way cf euapemling tho in la ble anil H, C. Koflnan, of liinoaster, and to ibo u?tlna nftlie Deuincrary. Tjik County Court was almost void of ciroealcd weapon oasta is unking tbo )nw Col. It. P .lacoboatd It iberl Hardinc, of internet yesterday, and whm we went In practically worthless. No one haa gone to Dtnrillr, aero here ywterday. late in the afternoon Judge Yarnon uml jail for such an ofl'en-1from the Circuit Ma j. Thkudoiik KiMt and Mr. Wfcl I tandlilitfl for riw t y Clerk of Llnealo. luLject Clerk Blaln were apparently holding n Court, that , hc rimember, uiiIchj ho waa a tu lilt action uftliH ruiocratlc xirty. ter H'Mumr-l- a roilu of Knrllh nentlo-men- , (Quaker meeting. Tlte minute showed nigger or a poor white raan. All that htrtt ten (xi h Mrt r.f the Leo IIa that I) If. Uursr-ihad been griuted hftTu money get continuances or suspension denfarm ami I ate moreil In the tavern licene and that the wili of Aunt o' judgments. upon it. UataaiUOate for Clfult Cli culjcct to the acPolly .Shatikn had ben admitted to pro MfRs J. W. Hayrick and It. . btn Some fiiuciiry settlements m.d road The trial of Henry Roberta for the mut-d- er tion ol the iltumrjilc rty. of Nick Benedict was commenced Lytle ba retnyieil ffui Mrdiaine Idfr, orden completed the businesx. Boberts is a very youthful looking Kanr-aa-, where they Jead properly in 1 BUILDERS ATTENTION! Mn.i. Unocic's largo class in elocution is fello and iseald not to ba overly bright. which to "pen a More. We hope wo are will be remembered that after the killWViirr new prrpired tofumlih alt klnjj ot lumnot to lot Ohm uctitlemen from our midst. progressing finely and she is arranging for It ber In the n Urfh (genla for piatiliij tolls. - to be given ing he ekipr ed out and was not captured KccpconiMotlT on ai.l jrewJ tiumj Ma. J Wayman, the talented editor Heveral dramatic pcrftrmncctcelling, of the Mack-pool- , Ivuchnd, lima, waa by the young ladles and gentlemen compse until recently, when he wai tiken in a Ac . at loHit prices.ilcon, nth, bllDili, moulding Peabody, Kansas. relecttd is at HUIUIIT&! JlhTVALF. here hlnc just airived from ing it. The first will be "She HtoojH to followr: W. A. Caih,The jury Fair, William ovtl G. G. His on, Frank J. Way Conquer" and it will be reuderod at the acroat tu mm, i thchappieu man In the fectinn Opra Hnue Thanksgiving night. Mre. Gocch, Wtn. Burton, Monroo Smith, It It. FOR SALEJDR RENT. Ince lit Brock's exptriencu in such matters, coupled Gentry, 8imuel Djdderar, T. F. Eogle rrlal We rer rry mnch that we were ah. with her fine dramatic ability, will no man, W. M. Higi;ins, E T. Young, Wil- -- MY ltOUWB AN!) LOTtentHjIurtiaj- - wtien Mm S. F. n. Tarrant, doubt make the performauco of real merit. liam Curli and A. C. Roberts. The proe On Danville Avenue, In Sm-irl. The houto con by Col. Jacobs and Robedition is with a lotuitit of buiy i'ou, cer Colleije 7 porcb. Lot fII Mit.G B. Cooit.u, known ai "Thomp ert Harding, of Donville, while Welch A Utnt rwjim. tellar unithdtgt lioiuc, iritgon slir.1. with 6 stall., at Crab Orohird, cOlel nt this cfllce. The a clitrrn, all tie," is announced as a candidate for Cauo-t- Sac Hey and Hill A Alcorn represent the anl ami smoke houtet new and tu gcol rertlr. Kunuiro on prnulw. name of th youoe ladin, we learn, are K-- t Clerk. To an undoubted competency to accused. All the evidence, which was pret;. HIGUJXS. Mi Amu and Htttie Hale and Alien, till the poiition, he adds a cleverneH of ty billions, was in by !t o'chek latt nigi t Terrell, of Alabama, atxl Mary Itobimon manner and modesty of deuitanor that wins and this monring the cese will be arguid. and Hirah On en. of this county. They POSTED. for him friends rtiereyer l.e is known and Judge OsTilry is rushing things since he came donn to attend th mretinu of the thev will stick to him too. He haa a got back from Washing on, holding court Tbli notice forewtrnt hucterj. MiheiniDU nnd Lincoln oountr TMcher Awociation. tramp cot to trepan en anili without per young wife and a growing family and the some nights till 11 o'clock. i, 1.3 all nidi aula nrn liable to be ptOHCUttd to meiiiiMi exieiu 01 me iar, aijneu. emoluments of the effice would bd no email LOCAL HATTERS. Mr. W. E Yarnon' speech for the C. U. J. M. .Martin. connldiralion tu bin) in ciring for them. A. C. Tucker, Crnlg l.vuii, in the Mullins caso is much com Gold and amalgam llllini;s warranted Should the people decide to honor "Thomp J. O. I.ynn. J I. Murphy, plimented. W. T Tucker, li. I). Itiupliaau, far fire yer by Dr. W. H Penny. John A Jai. Smith, Adam Pence, sie" they will he sure of a clesn and honest J. K. I.you, A.J. Datgherty, MARRIAGES. A IT'LL line of heating ntuvoe, Rratia, administration of the trust they impore in Mr i. Mary C. Matfcetir. (Sl-lhim. coal , Ac , at W.H. IliRein'. Jamei W. E'more, of Merctr, aril Thk D;uiocr.tic County Committee met Mi- - Btrsie, daughter of D. A. Cnenault, of A JiKAirrirci. line of Library Lamp- -, IJO.n.TlESNIO.KK.S HA .E at ttte office of the Intckiok JoI'knal yes. Mtdi'on, were married last week. nt A. A Wtrren'a "Model jut ren-krlerdsy. Present, J. E. Lynn, F. M. Yow William S. Diugterty and Mis Hon Grocery " til. J J. IWwIniid, J. M. Cartor and W P. nab Dougherty, the latter but 1C, were Two Good Forms & Tracts W'r. mi nbuatUncu if eol on h.md. WallkO. T, D. Newlaml was npteeentid married Siinday at Mrs. Sarah J. Diugher- Knob Land. Plo lefi your orders nt tfea atore. by proxy. After ditcuision it wsa resolved tyV. Hright A Metcalf. We htkird whils in Lou a il e Fa ur that Mr. J. K Lrnu, Caairmin of trie lly Ttrlaeola oide of tale nude County Comuiitte, confer with the Judi- day that Gov. Jamrs G. Given?, formerly by the LluoluJudrocut ail (Jliciitl CiUM at October Sm: oui Hue of linnilng nlori, oaaI v thefrtlnn of ta, Inat.dllgt:'t tuiu,WyMt Hindi.InIpp'i heirs cial Dutricl CotHuxttee and be tftuptuereJ bt this oMitily, is to wod on! of LoulevillbV I wul on ec, kitchen set, Ao, Ujfore buying. The ti. U'jutt I iviliwl about the time tbo tbwer bloom to fix the day for holding n primary larK(t and oSt-t'lot in town. Itriubt TtiCHtliiy, 10th, 1SS5, thi'ounty to nominate candidatts again. A Metcalf Attbe litrj'Jeie)of Wyatt .Siodld;e. deol., for county cflJcts, on the same day that the about two iuilc Surih or Mil i.l'vTiiln RELIGIOUS. In Lt of election for judicial nomination is held . HUNTIIW ATTKSTION -- Our atotk iDln eon .ty Kv off. rat public nit !n the fol- CI tins aul Ammttltian l now ooDiplete. meWing a! luwlll AdWllNll mid toat be give t!o usual notioe of Rtv J. M. B.ttce cloteil hia lit. trav r.f iU.ui fiTacre of taiid, Ivlnz losdn! ehclls always oi hsnd. Ilrlrcht A bftwten the ''iriiplkB and rillwty ami So.uu llnr Kuhinki with 2.i additions. lis Cr-- k Till isuIIjkI friutng Uul, In Auo Meicalf in minisier Rtv. C. C. Green, n biMiwiitpoii It Wo.vt Do. About the it'rktsl and of Louisville, romn)eneedbaptistprotracted ttaiiiotcuItlriloi but hat noncr. s id landIt ljlng 2d A ttact of about .'', a Jamim and Wm. Hlvkhanoc, under the mot satiifactory work that haa teen done Ju.t North of INrrli l'ri-- and on puclmld- ol the tirm name of Hereranre Broe., will open a in our police oonri for a long time was had melting at th school house of Noil Creek turnpike. TMi laa Ter? ilerHble l.irm nnd has ou It a good, new friUiedwaillii) iii.d other out first class rtaurant and confectionery in last Saturday. bul dings It appears that Tom Fih lat night. Sd. a ol ttmbsrod laud Th) Northern Prbyteritn8 huvo iu aJjoinln tracte of abou Ut)l lfor tcrr. wl lnw o' Wyntt the store roouj next donr to Bright A Met- wa going along the t: duwr th" utreet. when he nn rijndlJge. S9 churohe, with a u'etnber calf, on Monday, Njr. J 1SS6 againel a basket of ice carried by a colored Kentucky G'iae- - s of kuo") l.md near 4th. a tr.t t of which hss ben increased MII'olKflvllle. ship of 20 boy, Will Givers. Fih became very einco A nkhvy lit Is fellow is Mm. Brock's nfabaut ncrrt Jtli. A la't May, by profession C23. The tliewn'MsIr.ict aiui Oa .'(f roitk. of krio'i laid on ii Andrew He is only 20 inontl.i old but abusive, but the negro disclaimed any inten Tkrmi Ytr escli tract One third ai, re cjiuistera i 01. tho trouble. This did not nun. bar cf rulluderlu twotqinl iustnlluicuts. pnyablti In one he sat up in n'tientiat'a chair Hiturday and tion of rtui-irYesterday completed the third week of an I two y a wthint-rnever llnched while hold for two plugs eeetn to rati fy him however and be called r"or app'v to W tt o meeting at the Christian church with dldgei-rl- furihr --liifortLA tin tin- p eMiises W Pan ' '' audi ' were bjiid and filled tip. But few strong on Gore Strphereon, another Crab OrchGS additions to the II'. M'htVSJ, ard boy, for a pistol to shoot the negro. He the glorioiM result of 6J td Matter Cnm'r . i' C. men cm ttand the trilng ordeal. chinch. Tne audience a continus to pack very promptly complied and drew a little J. W. Hayden and It. S. Lyllo will pop from it concealment. Marshtl New-la- the buildirg nod tho interest grows and C. P Williamson showa ro unito their stocks as soon as" they can inarrived about that time and eevrral deepens. E'd. voice, for the purpose of closing out to persons having witresscd the alTiir Stephen- sign of fatigue, hut prosecute his nob'e move to Kan-a- s Jan. Itt, '80 You lll son was marched before his honor, Judge work with a will And determination that save money by waiting to buy your fill Carson, and in lesn than 20 minutes from show his deep earnestne. The moat popular Weekly newniiapcr derotcd to iclance. mechanics, cnitiiir. ring dwotcrlcs. In goods until I hi arrangement is perfect the tims of the trouble he wa locked in a Krerynum Ttntionsand patents LAND. STOCK AND CROP If r tllmtrslod vnth jplcmlid entraTincn. This ed. cell of the j til with a VublicationfnrniihrsamoiitTaltutiloencj'clortedla sentence and person should be without. of inf annatlon nbirb no Irish Potatoes wanted by T. R. WalMtw. H. H. Mulliks. the mother of the a tine of $25 rgiinet his name. FortunateThe popularity of tho BciENTxno AjiruiCAN is cuca inai Its circulation nearly equals that or all ly for him, there could be no charge made ton. youngster, who was tried last week for at other iaivra UI lis Class combined. I'rlco. tlWa ear. llisconnt tot'lnbs. Sold lir all nenRdaAlem. Tom Rjbinson bought of A. J. HaytempUd rape on Mr Bertha Glu'z, claims against Fish though he came near getting J1UNN4C0. 1'ublUbcrs, No. 3t.illroadwsy, N. Y. Iiocb at 3 cents. den 23 head of 27o-l- b, Munn A to. haro to h) a full aisler of Speaker John G, Cir in furthir trouble, It wont do for outsiders also had Thirty- Mem-bri- no G. W. King sold a Cicnt years' isle, ani the ontour of br face is very to come here and think they can cut up, practice beforo filly to T. II Williams, of Tennessee the Tatent OPlca and lnvo prepared Oar home boyi are not allowed auch privimuch like that of the distinguished Ken Imoro than.Ono Hundred Tltou- leges and visiting law breakers Are treated for $150. inO applications lor interns in ino (ttckian. tiled htatcs and forelen countries. tj Ssven hogshead of Hart county wrapUaTeiis. with even less They will Assignments, and all other tiauers for In another column will be found the Asold in Louisville last week pers and lugs securing to Inrentors their rights in tho get j tiled every time. I United States, Canada. Kngland. France, nnouncement of Mr. J. D. Swope, who at S8 10 to 541. Itlermany and other foreign countries, pre-- I pared at short notice and on reasonablo terms. to be County Clerk. "Jo-diis a pop 1 Cikcuit Couiit. Tho trial of Al'red For Silo- .- 35 2 year-olI Information as U obtaining patents s of without cUarer. ular and capable fellow nnd if chosen to Mullens for attempted rape ou Mm. Bjrtha feeders, extra good, nearly all red. W. II. "inrtirmatlon sent free, ratenu ontainea preaide over the cilice he peek a would do i' Glutz, which was in progree when ho went Anderson, Garrard. throne h Munn X Co. are noticed in the bcientiUo American free. The advantage of such notice is with credit. A good many eople would to press Thursday night, resulted in a hung well understood by nil persona who with to disJames Bennett has sold to Lehman pose of their patent. CO . Office SCIECOTIO like to sf him iried at any rate and will j'iry, which stood eight for acquittal and Bros., Bltimore,51 fit citlle, 1,105 lbs., Address MUNN iujuuex-- f , 901 Drosdwsj, Ncir York. vote (or him with much reliance in his four for terms varying from two to five at 5 cents. Register. ltichmond ability to win. "i years in the penitentiary. lTalea thero was - C. itut.n isir.ai ' At Rogert' sale iu Fayette, corn in the 31 ; .' M J v. much fa o swearing, there was more in the Grid brought $1 50, .hogs 53.10, yearling Will Mk. Will Faundeks, who has made cape than a nwjority of the juror appeared mult a 550 and yearling steer 521.50, Crab Orchard an excellent marshal and ha . Pi. to think. Tho case against Bill Caron for Wanted immediately between 50 nnd Jl Km,Jk at all times conducted hiimelf well, aka I riu i tho murder of young West at llustonvi le 100 head of cattle to pasture on excellent the nomination forjtilvr nt tbo hands of last winter was the next ca-- e eet for trial. grass. Apply to Theodore King, Hayden the democracy and we know of no mote de " But three jurors were choen from the regu Firm, ne.ir Stanford. J scrying man. He haa a large family and lor panel, R 1 Sudduth. J. M Cffey nnd O. A. Oilman, of Paris, bought of Skil wanta the cflice for the money there is in M, S Jone, and a venire of 40 was order mat) Judy and others of North Middletown it, confident of his ability to give entire ed from Rockcastle. Only about 20 appear 5,000 buihels of grass seel at 55 cents per The encouragement he reeatitfection. el ami from them the remaining 9 jurors bushel. Mr. Oilman has cleaned 85,000 ceived yiisturday w.tavery Ihtterinp. aince Julv. were easily obtained as follows; D. N. Wil Yesterday was a chilly, disagreeab'e Pautil-- indebted to the firm of Bright liams, George W. Baker, S. K. Ashley, F L. Thomson, Henry Cox, J. II. Hilton, day and in cotiBf queoce the crowd was not A Curran must come forward and settle immediately. Your account is now duo and WashCtbbsll, Robert Woodall and John up to the average of County Courts. Bunte is beautiful, all but her shin ; The defense was somewhat generally wa) dull and stock tales slow. the fact of parties being gcod doea not pay Jarrctt. and nobody has ever told account, m 1 I want every one, good cr strengthened over tic previous trial by the Capt. Bue-- reports about 200 cattle ou mar her how easy it is to put poor, to co mo and straighten up their ac- Admission of what Carson said when he do ket; beat hrought 4 cents per pound, others Beauty counts or give a bankable note. I can not livored himself to W. R. Williams and the sold as low as 2 cents. About 20 head beauty on the skin. is Magnolia skin afford to loose time and money waiting to testimony of a man named Speed, who of broke mu?or, moatly plugs sold at from on the accommodate parties who can settle when auid that he heard West say he Intended to $75 to $150, owing to aizi end quality. Balm. tlipv trv and do not propowi to do m. Very kill the man who threw reckr arainst L! Phjflio .' b- - J;bt from 550 to 580, UlI dour and saw him tnrt out of his bar room much demand Jtopectiuily, Bright A Curmn. emi-8- 8i whin ntmor$ournal Fi'I.kudid vnrloty -- of canned -- f ols at T. with R. Walton'.. well-burne- M'ROBERTS, & STAGG, PH!CE!JHST$ Opera House Block, T33AXI r.,.V WHH, - a SO-S- O :ita Stanford, Ky I-- V Harr-ulsbiit- iampH, wniiaaftiurj-HoiipM, , rerfumcry ajlcriiri.. lTrtl, I'nt-n- .. Fire Arii.H, XiiHlrdcuteuo. iAi... ,V"!.", r Onr Joyf olrr, Sllvcrrrnro anil Thos. tvI.o will Repair LiSlffiffl otffSJSS'fftt O-OCIEI- nSln r,1Xee1! 1 CHE CHEAP - ion io Aim..i-mtaii:Yr- . T. R. ro'rl WALTON, DEALER IN. imp-icnnui- xj JAMI-.SIMIAIIjIS- n JMMglL Hill' r, yis-terda- y. tljij-lo- wMthrr-lxurdUi- ;, di-e- And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line Yon May Call For. IN ADDITION TO UROCEniES AND le f BOVHIONS. HE KEEPa f Itapror-(xl.ttkh- y .. r Tin-- , and Queensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, Glass- - To- n -l i i n mn .tf 8 Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. oUc-tian- ln et .cve:nnr , ICBU-.IHI- School Supplies: Baskets, Bags, Slates, Pencils, Pens and Holders, Ink, &c. Al-h- tti-ar- ii e . ub-u- 27-1- , Corner Main and Somerset Sts. is the best place to buy. Bryant and Strnttoii. Short-han-- j; THE- nd IIMiMiyi LOUISVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE. Penmanship, g Type-writin- Ban. leg, Arllbrattlc. tic. It book-lu-crv- ia the only and College In thla section wherein la taught as boots arc kept by the Has tho st test bankers, and a thorough practical knowledge of account given. 'Ill teu-day- a and best arranged Gradu- rooms of any Collegj In tho Wcat. Thountids of successful graduates testify to the aborr. ate J bare no ttouble In obtaining good situation. Call cr address ATENTS. -Trade-Marks. Lonisvillo Bryant & Stratton Business College, Cor. Third and Jetlerson, LOUISVILLE, KY. Corr-rlch- H. C. d, 100-pou- nd RUPLEY. tailor. Hand-book- aiEnciiArT bu-lie- U ti Many a I haro recolTcd and ctlll receiving -- NEW GOODS FOK FALL &WINTER Comprising the beit In the market, which will be Gotton Up in Stylo and Mnko Second to Nono in City or Country. Give itte u Trial. Lady Well Paid Employment! Can alwaja borccured by you, If ycu area competfnt Shot'tlutml In n low uoutta, at very Uttlo ezpeme, by entcrlDg the Writer. This you may (Slturtlmud Institute at Louisville, Ky., or Nashville, Tcmi, While Hlirthsnd and Typewriting claims our aole attention, our students can recclr tlio rery beat at greatly reduceJ ratea. If you tuition In l'KNMANSUIl', AHlTiiMETIU and cannot ccuio to us, liOOK-SEEl'lN- U Wo Can Teach You by Mall as Thorough. self. u atillle, ieiin., fend for Circulars to Trolcswr H. or J.imlnltlf, Ky,, whichever A IIAI.R, Trlndrnl ShoMliand Institute. Address him either otnt for yourli tin mw tinttnleiit 53m 7 Snni-Mceliliilntcri- or journal THE WAY TO SING. Helen Hunt Jackson. Tho birds must know. Who wisely sings Will Ing as they. Tho common air has generous wings; Songs make their way. E. la a Candidate for Assessor, subject to tho action ol the Democratic puty. I. KENNEDY H. -- A.T- Miisoiiholmor's Kestaurant OrrostTK Cout-Hous- P9T OOUOHO mhu 3uin,'w -- sojuauoeer ukv Jf USfc k WEALTH OF URUGUAY; AN GEOItGE OAUPENTEK ac- DANVILLE, KENTDOKY, ar GROWING COUNTRY OBSCURE INTO COMMERCIAL PROMINENCE. A A lMtA of OrcHt Natural Itrinurce lblo lllvnl of tho United Stuto l'o Ail- - tnntnscsof Cnttlc-Grovr- cr lu Uruguay. Iu glad surprise. CurtU' Montevideo Letter. Tho great wealth of Uruguay li nt pres-o- Then, late at night whon by his flro in cattle nnd shoep, and Its chief ox Tho travolor sit, ports are wool and boaf, but the agricul- Watching tbo llama go brighter, blgtier, tural resource of tho country will bo tho The sweot song flits basis of iti future grontnei', ani it will By suatchos through his weary brain, To help him rest. enter into compotltiuti with tho Unitod States in supplying the world with bread-stuff- s Whon next ho goos that road again An empty nest and provision. When a total popu- On leafless bough will raako him sigh: lation of only 500,00';, including men, "Ah, mo I last Bprlng, women, and chlldron, carries ou a foreign Just hero I hoard, In passing by, commerce of nearly $53,000,000 annually, That rare bird sing? or $10,003 per capita, it can bo Inferred But while ho sighs, romomboring is enorgy and industry at work, , that thero How tho song, ani a productive field for it toongagoin. Tho Httlo birdsweottireless wing, on It is claimed that Uruguay has greater ''natural roiourcsi than any othor South In other Is borne nlong nion air; and othor Is ut And oagor oyos Go poering through tho dusky wood DoviIng plan; No mention of tho placo or hour To any man. No waiting till some sound bo trays A listening car; No different voice no now dolays If step) draw noar. "What bird is that! Tho song is good;'' No mou'Higor to run . Is Candidate for Coanty Clerk, subject to the tion of the Democracy. bo fore, SUGAR J. r HI. JOHNSON CATHARTIC k Is k Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, subject to the action ot tho Democracy. MoiliaroKrredat all hour, (lama alwayi on hand and In Ita eeaton, oyileri frnih fish, and tlm-lidollcjcleiaerredln all ttrlci and on short mmoo. Iook out for tho sign ''Woodblno Itcatau-rant- " and call when you are hungry. Jb CO.. II. JtAHOSUKIMKK DanTllla, Ky. A fifc7akt T? VPVT1 "iV.TI OTW 1 aaHkaHl 1 J COATED WILLIS C. BAICNETT LUMBER! Oeillng, Waathor Lumber, Greoa Lumber in tho Bough, including Laths and Shingloa. ItuCandldatolortho ollloe of Jailer of Lincoln Drosaed Piao Tlooring, county, auliject to prltnarj election of tho DemoBoards, Fiuishinp: cratic party. T. D.NEWJL.1ND Headache, Nnusca, Dizziness, nnd Drowsiness. They stlnuilato tho Stomach, Liver, mid Bowels, to healthy nctlon, assist digestion, nml increase, tho appetite. They comblno cathartic, diuretic, nml toulc properties of tho greatest value, aro a purely vegetable compound, and may bo taken with perfect safety, cither by children or tulults. E. L. Thomas, Framing-haMass., writes: "For n number of years I was subject to lolcnt Headaches, arising from ndUonlcred condition of tho stomach and bowels. About a year ngo I commenced the use of Ajer's Pills, nml have not had a hcadneho Mnce." W. P. Hannah, Gormley P. 0.,York Co., Out., writes: "I hao used Ayer's Tills for tbo last thirty years, nnd can safely say that I have novcr found their equal as n cathartic medicine. I nm ucer without them In my house.'' C. D. Moore, Elgin, III., writes: "Indigestion, Headache, and Loss of Appetite, had so weakened nnd debilitated my sj stem, that I was obliged to glvo up work. After being under tho doctor's caro for two weeks without getting nny relief, I began taking Ayer's Pills. My nppetltc nnd strength returned, and 1 was soon enabled to resume my work, In perfect health." CURE Is a candidate lor Hherlfl of Lincoln county, Joct to the action of the democracy. sub. W. I.. JOAWSON Ii candidate for Jailer ol Lincoln County, sub ject to the action of tho Democratic party. of our Lumber, where tboy can get It as cheap as from us direct. Ha will also inako estimates for any bill not on hands, which we will fill on short Fortheronronlencoof our customer In Hun-for- d and vicinity wo hare arranned with Nrn, . IIVil to Veep on his yard anasiortiuont oe. tt H notice. M-n- i JIKI.riX A J.t VIN, Lily, Ky. Wi VVr.O trrut fr ,". , t. . AA.II.I.la far T.tl.r nf T.lnrnln rotintr. sub ject ta the action of the Democratic pirty. 1). SAM. M. OWENS TO aill3 LADIES AND VICINITY. MoKINNBY . II. CAHrENTEK probably true. American country, and it With weary feet. It U also claimed that the profits on labor On othor roads, tho simple strain Aro finding sweot. and capital are greater thero than on the continent, which tho statistics The birds must know. Who wisely sings (IomoiutrntJ, and also that it is tho cheapWill as est place to live in the world, which is Tho common sing has tboy. gnnorous wings; air shown by tho coit of foal. Baef is 4 and Songs make their way. 0 cents a pound. Good horsos are worth $10. Othor things except clothing aud imVISITING NIAGARA FALLS. ported luxurlet are in proportion. olso-whe- re n. P.uintr Attorner. t. . i,.nlii,tii.l.i. r.i.lA-Hilul'Jut to tho action of tho Detuocrutlc r"T I am receiving a handsome line of FALL & WINTER MILLINERY, ity lo call and examine. Also a nice line of Velvets and llltilxinaln latest styli lur dresvi, lJ-t- ) llo5ctfully, Mrit.Jt.r.TAlll.Kll. Which I Invito tho laJle ol McKlnney and vicin- tin, i Uhr4 ftera l flittM, &!( tht imtll tUwtmi ta lh flttrmmt ulif tlm aline thtipMUMO. prlMtp1 Ihkl ! Immu fly mrtU( tgfe. Um pr.tin i TiehU I Ihrrtw uITU) fl mniif mp tat wcti Whft cniMB1 UI iht toffcllfl tnMl xAfiBt In tbmji)ln fltal-- f CioVt ftUi, (r surriB'-l- t Uif In ! CMiaont Mia ir rf Fwnt fltrv Mttiitd ib flMtt inon ttnJf for Oifiii, Crip, " im Cih tftl CBttti'Ua, i4 m pUtl. ? ! li Ail All ItrU.! h '1rt(lil for li. Tr1e. .tc WAITERA.TAYL0RtAtUUtO. Tht wtt Tl' L.iTh' 1m l"R ll fr MKHirH.i IUTKLCI1KKHY COBHiAU f OjMoury M ChtUrta T4ihti. rri4ttfl HUnfonl n. O. C. 1VAKUEN trict, lubject to tbo action or the Democracy. the office of IsaCaodUatsior reflection to ftth Jlllllfltl Com- Dll Allnrn.V nt ItlM ...AnnltK PIANOS, OltttANS, 3IUSIO, Ac logsnted! I will pay tho highest price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and Hickory Logs delivered at any station of tho L. & N., K. O. or O. S. K. J. 0TTENHEIMER, R. Crab Orohnrd, Ky OHIO & MISSISSIPPI The Direct Iloutc Uoth tot ue hy Dr. M. U IJOUUNE, Labor it costs more to hire a man by the day than a toam of horses. Common laborers receive $3 a day, farm bands $'i and f33 a month, with $10 extra during the busy seasons, while skilled labor is so scarce that mechanusually chargo by tho job and ics not by tlia amount of tlmo occuptoJ. Most of the labor is done by Italians, who aro so numerous that Montevideo is becoming almost as much of an Italian rity as Xaples. Italy furnishes the architects and buildors as well as tho mechanic! of orery sort. Tho largest export of Uruguay is wool, 11,000,000 sheep making a clip worth ovor 10,000,000 for exportation. Tho incroaso in sheep has boon 310 per cent in ton ars. Tho next nrticlo of oxport is beef, valued at about fG.000,000 also, bolng tho product of about. 7,000,000 cattle, which aro also rapidly increasing. The third oxport in value is hldos, of which $3,50O,OW worth are annually shipped. Then comes about worth of whoat, $1,000,000 worth of corn, and $1,600,000 worth of othor agricultural products. All of thow have more than doubled within tho last ten year, and aro now increasing liko compound interest. UltVGUAY TO BE OCIt RIVAL. HIGH MICE OF LABOR. is scarce and high, and Thousands Enjoying Its licit Ventures Without Tear and Without Cor. Chicago News. Fc We aro accuttomed to regard Uruguay as nn obscuro and lnsignlflcont country, worth not oven a thought, but the commercial stridos she Is making show that sho means competition with tho United States In tho near future. Chili has taken the flour market of the west coast of South Amorlca iiway from California, and Uruguay and the Argentine Republic aro soon to meet our Dakota, Illinois, and Kansas wheat in the market-- ) of Europe, while they threaten an even greater danger to our cattle interests. With tOv.OW.OOJ sheep in tho Argentine Republic, and U.OOJ.OOO stoop in Uruguay; In with 30,030,000 cattle one country and 7,030,033 in tho other, and only about 4,000 000 people to furnish domestic consumers between tbom, it is easy to soa what the supply of beef and wool and mutton will soon be for exportation. SOME OF HEIt ADVANTAGES. Onoof tje greatest advantages the cattle producers of Uruguay and Argentina will nlways have over thoe of tho United Statoj is the noarness of their ranges to the son. I he proient supply of beef in both these countries for the export markot t mas from within a radius of 100 miles from an ocean barbiir, in which can bo found the steamers of overy maratime nation on the oartb our own. Ocean vessels can go 1,000 miles up the Hirer Piatt., and 500 miles np the Uruguay river into tho heart of tho cattlo country, and almost tie up to tho treei on the ranches, while our cattlo have to bo carried 1,530 to 4,033 miles on the cars. The geographical and navigablo conditions of these "countries aro such that curs would only equal them if ocean stoamars could bis presence. visit Dsuver an 1 Fort Dodge. Any man of business can calculate the dlflfcronco in the Scotland's Uuiblematlo Flower. value of tho product ani tho difference in (The Quiver. profit, Tho thistle is called carduus in botany; rttioiiinlloii of Amateur there are about thirty varieties of it in Philadelphia rres.s.) Europe, but nono is found Indigenous in the An amusement good for t o body and New World. Tho carlino thlstlo obtains Its brain, ani calculatol to develop a lovo of name from a tradition that tho root of tbo nature, has of late rapidly grown In fuvor common carlino was shown by an angel to young I'ulladelpUians. Amatoui Charlemagne as a remedy for the plague photography is a pursuit which fascinates which provailod in his army. Carduus whoover engagoi iu it, ani tho number in benod ictus, tho blossod thistle, was lng this city of ovvneri of cameras, leus, tri- held iu oxtravagaut estimation on account pods, dryplates and tho othor iiarnpberrmlla of Its virtuei It is n nativo of the Lovaut, of making uaturo writo hor autograph is aud though its qualltios woro mo.t highly nitimuto.l at ovor 53J. appreciated in tbo middle agos yot it is still Them are two orgaulzitioiii devotol to the cultivated iu somo places fur its molfclnal art in this oity, tho Photographic society properties. nml tho Amateur Photographic club. Tho Tho origin of tho Order of tli3 Thlstlo is Hrstf named Is compood of older men, while obscure; tho htemless variety is recognlzjJ the latter, undo up of younger enthusiasts, us tho emblem of Scotlaud; tho Order of the bus rooms with dark olosots and all tho ap- Thlstlo is tho highest of Scottish chivalry, paratus for developing plates which might and tho flower is ons of tho thros which bo inoonvenlont about their homos. The in. compo-the wreath of Groat Britain and vention of dry plates, which only requiro nn Ireland. When Jnmos IV of Scotland and oxxuro to takj a picture, flrt mado Margntet, daughter of Hinry VII of I'ng-lautbo pur uit of photography as a pasvera united iti marriage, tho Scottish time. This roducos the '.;IU of the wieldor poot Elllam Dunbar snug of tlk "Union of of tho camera to tho aliustmont of tlia tho Tht.tla and the Hoe." A hundred years focus, determining tho time of expjiuro, de- later tl.u two flowers woro more clo.ely veloping the late and printing. bound together, when th3 greatgraudson of tho.o royal pjrsons bjcams Jnnrn I of Queer IVrins lu London. Haglaui, bo!n.j already Jamsi VI of Scot-lauex-conni-snpos-mWd, d. If any or.o questloas tho wisdom of tho action of tho New York legislature In condemning tho property around the groat falls pn tho Amsrloan side to public uso ho should visit Niagara on a Sunday and seo tho thousands enjoying all its best features without fear and without fee. No forbid-diu- g signs warn tho visitor that tho spot ho would walk upon is private ground; no notice reads, "Tbo best viow of bbo falls from here; entrance, 50 cents." lie can go where ho pleases from tho boautifuUy-kop- t grounds of Prospect park to tbo extremest of tho Three Sisters islands, stretcliifig out falls, and nobody will stop abovo him to demmd his purso. With four exceptions the boit fiews of tbo falls are free. Theso exceptions we tho trip and suits to go under tho falls, (ho ride down tho inclino piano (the walk flown Is free) to tho foot of tho American fails, the trip iu tho Maid of tho MUt in tht tnpids, and tho suspension bridge. Tbo last might bo made free, but in the other Instances the visitor is taxed for services actually rendered, and though tho foe may be oxswsivo, so mo feo would not bo unjust On Inquiry of the superintendent of tbo park your found that there had boon a steady increase in the numbjr of visitors evor since the reservation was dediotod to the publlo July last. He calculates that three persons now visit tbo falls wharo one did before that date. In roueb fig ures, from 5,000 to 10,003 strange dally bavo come to soo tho greatest waste of hydraulic power in tho world. At the hotels tbo proprietors report an profitable season, which they only partially credit to the freo reservation. They say that the class of people which is willing to pay their prices is not so economical as to grudgo the fees that usl'to be paid to the private owners of avallablo vlows of tho great cataract. Sunday li the great day for visitors to come to Nksgara from every city witblu throo or four boars' railway ride. Thoy como with baskets and families, and may bo seen wondering around overy whore, on joying more "freo gratis for nothing," in tbo psssession of health and clear consciences, than many of tho wealthy visitors who support tho pretentious hotels. As yot tho Niagara falls reservation commission has done littlo to improve Its trust beyond the removal of uruightiy cWt ructions and the signs of brigandish occuwcy. Next reason it expocts to accomplish much toward restoring the surroundiugs of tho falls to tho rugged and characteristic bvauty of nature. If this is dono so artistically as to koep the art out cf sight tho falls will bo soon in an approach to that simple grandeur in which they wore first aeon. But nothing can restore them fully to tholr original grandeur. Man bos marked tho place with Hor.-esho- o nt Wo aro agents tot tho old and rellabla John Church Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio, lor the aale of Orgtm, Automatic Muslcsl Instrument aud Candidate for Cotumonweallh'i Attorney of Musical Merchandise In Lincoln and (Jarrrd 8th Judicial Dlr'r'ct, aubject to the action of counties, Kentucky. Jtantlitu 1'aumt'ntn Deiuociatlc part . received until paid for. Thr bent Ntitmtitrit tiKtkem: Win. KuaW A Co., Ilacelton Uros., Dceker A tion, Kvcrettaud New England 1'lanos, b uurrMAN. either upright or ItiUrans. tho follow. n ing makers: (.'lough A Warren, John STANFORD, ICY. A Co. and the Sterling, with thJ stent Oflce-6o- uth tide Main Htreet, two doori abore Church Chlino Iti'lln Attachment. theMyeriHotl: Tho Automatic Musical CtireN'ltroui OilJe Oat aduitnlitered when re- In ilie world. too mmt ijuirw. Illuatratcl rataloues tPt Irre lo all who apply, also the best rrferrorr from thosa who bate DK. W. D. PENNY, bought and Irlol any of the above musical lnitru-uientA Jirwj us t Stanford, Kj. 8TANFOKD, KENTUCKY. sMyr s. it. .V' ,. r. II. WADDLE HUIIGISO linn DKNTIHT, fclcntrn,n DuiitlHt. s. Ayer's Pills, i'iti:i'.vKi:i nM I J a. wok Joorm At. offlce. Oflee liouia from 8 to whon u.ati'l 1 to 5 r. u. Ancithetlct admlulitrtJ uoccuary. nn door to llSI-lyr.J i.nKiiiiir iIikI. rext Ixts- - coon. iiy MYERS HOTEL, STANFOED. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all DruggUts. FOIl SALE, A B. W" o- DesirableResidence t- Ague Cure IS WARKANTKD to cure Four ami Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever. Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, Dengue (or "Break-bone- " Fever), Liver Complaint, nnd all dUeaics nrMng from Malarial poisons. AYER'S On Dantllle atrect, In Sunlord. The lot .contain two dciea and ha on It a comfortaMe dwelling, corn crib. i tplendbl cistern tabic, wood-houand a laifje number of fruit and ornamental UeM In ThiiUoneof the uimt dedrable rMldencea aprlv to nUcc. Tor toimi and further particular., M-l- This Old und Woll - Known Northwtst Hotol Still Maintains its LOUIS and Soulliwwt by tbo way of te VILIii:orCI.CIX.MTI. High Roputation, St. Louis & tho West 1Lm7,111 JIUI.X Jl. rillLIM'SfSXtutoKi. FARM FOR SALEt t MTrointi tho Its Proprietor is Determined that dirtt connNlion atIsvlllo it Shall bo Second to no Country Kipretson tba Ohio Hotel in tho Stato in its Fare, Appointmontt, or Attention to Comfort of Louis and all point AND "Harpers, S. C, July 0, ISSJ. "For eighteen months suf-crcwith Chills and Fever, having 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. I cl South of JlintouUI. In lehtoftbo MWdleUurs pike. Tho farm I In a their Guests. wtl?iod Karmtln Llnwi n county. Th of the I,h,ii ... UaiKage will be oaveye4 to tad from the iimii .aII.h. Um..o nf luproTemenu nniium muiiiv free of chare. Special acrouniodatloas roomi, a aplendld cittern at the door, good table lo ComnerclalTraielers. The liar will oiiihouuu If mtIt ai'Micatlon n.i ti II not told toon, I alwai supplied villa the choices! li made, will ll t a baroln. kraadi of Liquors and Clear. will rent ealtl harm lor MI. TAVt.OK, Huilonrllle. f 2 tulle onr for ali mr Farm of IBS .1 cri'rf ol fine lt quicker thtn any other line, cltliu-- our UHniin ..... .wi .uu mi., vumn w mrn ig iraiOS (Hi-.- .. TO HUUIo TTniiro A Mlululppl for HI Woat, Only from Uulsvlllo or Clncin-Inatl to St. Uun, Mng two hour and llncliinatt maki olnts with the Uht-nln- H;tlnooa s; Cln( Wet. koIu( nuiir J. -- it 12 Hours Quicker ToOiaah and any than by Ins tiy way I n f Chicago. M-t- ie. I 2 Wo FINE LINCOLN FARMS FOR SALE! oirr for tale two of the bM Farnn In Lincoln county, Ky. lloth lie S mtle from llua tonvlfle.on the Mlddleburg jlke. V tci.uvutt A . A Fnst Tinio nnd Sure Con With all Line O. & M. mtkAlway n- nootions t fori. EDWIX HARPER." WtwAmaT Chicaco Rt , Dr. J. C. rnci'Aitr.D iiy Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. if St. Louis and Intermedial points No. 1 Contains 310 Acres, Through Coaohoa nnd Pullman SlooplnK Cars From Xo FcrrlfM, Xo OiiiiilhnKTraiiH. Connect! made In Union Ka'B Well watered, fenced and lmrrovel. Wo will cll 200 acres out of the heart of lt.orl'S acre or the whole ol It. Happiness results from that true contentment which Indicates perfect health of body and mind. You may possess It, If you will purify and Invigorate your blood with Ayer's Sarsa-parlllE. M. Howard, Newport, N. II., writes : " I suffered for j cars with Scrofulous humors. After using two bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, I a. No. 2 Contains 140 Acroa, and watered, lying Just U'.ll lmnrnTA.1. across the nlkn from No, I. lloth Farms are nearly all In gras and both are slgmir ami prouuciiTe. Ol.jtn Teruiseasy. J.J.JtltVh.i JOS. VOF1KY, ,,Mt' "MScuiVwV" IxiuiHVlllo lO ClllCJIKM If you re going West to ny pnt, wtllotolheundewUned. Clncin nnd (o Chicago, For lull and rellabla loformtlloa In Und. Ac. Western IndiHiiiipullM to CIiIcjiro. and lowet In th. raiM lor Mtale,, special Depot. t -t Louis. and raJI on or regard to Hustonvlile, Ky. THItOUOn Lv. " Loulsvtllo Arr. Ijiftyetto- Chicago.... TIME TABLE 7 . I . I Via Louisville: S S - Ticket and HouaihoM Oovd. to all point West call on or adJnaa (. II. AlOl'. Ag't Ohio A Mlululppl IUIIw.t. raonr U . u i iu 20 "..KA1K)DV. : I 30 p m in I 8 SO a IU 8 00 a m iu p iu f W.I.'.'SfVuV5' I'Altlrt, Central Patwnjitr Agent. Clmlnnatl, Ohio When needing anything In. tho line of Via Clnrlnnttt.- Found great relief. It has entirely restored mo to health." James French, Atchison, Kans., writes : " To all persons suffering from Liver Complaint, I would strongly recommend Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I waj afflicted with n disease of tho liver for nearly two years, when a friend advised ine to take this medicine. It gave prompt relief, nnd has cured me." Mrs, II. M. Kidder, 41 D wight St., Boston, Mais., writes: "For several years I have used Ayer's Sarsaparilla in my family. I never feel safe, even . (7 30 a m Lv. Clnclnuatl 12 41 p m Wall Paper Decorations, Paints, oils, " In.llanaioIU.... Arr. Chlcsgo i ao p in Varnishes, "Window Glass, and Dally. fDalljr exevpt Sunday. Painters' Supplies Oener: I 11 bTTsTTni 20 p iu KENTUCKY CENIiL B. B. 6Uib "JHuo.aruHf, Iloiiic." Shortest and Quiokest Route from Oen tral Kentaoky t0 all Pointa North, Last, West and 8outbwest. Fast Lino lletweet " ally, That - lie sure your ticket read via the A. E. ailibrinH, il St., DuiitIIIo, post-offic- e, MONON ROUTE, U'y) as It Is the quickest, the belt And iuot dirwet line to Chicago and points In tho Northwest. Ticket via tho Monon llouto on sain at all principal ticket oilliwi. Iur rlw, map uud lull Information, adlrrM WM. S. IIAI.DWIN.O V A , Chlctfo, A J.O'KMLLY, (J 8 A , Louisville. C. (L. K. A. K.EXI.GTO. A OI.VCI.VXATI fcncdulo In Lffect Oct. II, " SotTTii-Eoux- has a full, freh and brsnd Near tha new stock ol all tho abovo goods, which ho !ro;(wr to dispose ol at the ltis. TCa.li llx. Hun. 2 00 2 Si ifo.C, (Ki hun.' 8 10 a in "No. i Most Reasonable FiguroB That can bo made outside or Insldo the cltle. Dealing exclusively In the above line, you can find at Mi tore n better assortment to select from at u.oro satisfactory prk tbanelwhero. Dally S Lre. CVivlnjton " I'alinouili i At Home without It. As n liver medicine nnd general purifier of the blood, it has no equal." Mrs. A. B. Allen, Wintcrpock, Va., wrltos: "My youngest child, two years of age, was taken with Bowel Complaint, which wc could not cure. Wc tried many remedies, but ho continued to grow worse, and finally became so reduced In flesh that wc could only move him upon a pillow. It was suggested by one of tho doctors that Scrofula might be tho cause of tho trouble. Wo procured n bottle of Window Glass. Mixed Paints and Pino Varnishes a Speeialty. Carpet A MOTHER'S Mo low trial t U 02-- constantly on hand, and nullders' aollclted and natltlaollon Is mrotofol- Thlnl Btrtot, Danville, Ky. I'rr Dr. E. J. Nickorson Physician and Surgeon, Office on More Terror Is No Moro Pain! HoMoreDangor TO 4th St., - - Danville, Ky. MotherOhild. The Dread of iiieetlniatilo lionetlt a I'Tir liestouid ou tin' Lvo. Livingston..... mcthers of thp world. ii Here ...., "lt nrit onlv short ens tlietliuooflalxirand Arr., ltlchu.ond ... Irwona the Inteuslly nl Lvo. Iliwlaud pji'i.biit better th.ui all i Lancaster ltRratly illmlnlalies tha Arr. lttchiuond .... danger to llfo nf Lot is luotlior nnd child, and l.VH. Ulchmnud leavos the luother In a Arr. Winchester This Invaluable prep truly ii triuiupliof sLlll, and no uiiro Arr. lkrei " Llvlnz.tnn. MoKTH-lIouw- Lancaster . .. lUiwland I.Td. ltlclllllUIHl.. Arr. I'arls " U'lll.Jloll Lve. l'hrls Arr. Winchester ltlchinond " CyntliUiu. . 12 DMsml llllnin 12 a in ,10 2ii pn It 40 am'll 00 i. iu 11 7 10 pro pni, Uipu 5 IS p in 4 tt 7 I pm pia ., 11 J p in 01 .. i: II 9MiM 1 No. 11 1 a in 30 pin 00 pm 13 w h Ot p bl 2 uo p in w ii in lu ii w ; Idpio 10 li 25 p n .! M am ...... .No. J No. 1 K'l-til- lr i .ii nn .i 7 16 . 8 OS . II oo I (1 60 a in 10 72 ami ml ami am am ID . OS condition lihthly ble to Chlcajro In Lon Ion a milk dealer is calloi a "J ft man who keepa a livery Mtablo If known as a 'Job master." The wor3 "midertaker'' Is not limited as iu tbo Unite 1 States, Lut has the wider meaning of contractor. Such Mgus as "undertake! mid houe decorator' are not uncommon. '.Funeral undortaker" U al won. Herald. "cow-kenwr- ," machinery employed manufacture. What a3iiw to bo a littlo heap of tho mare dust of tho machine from which thoy fall, whon Lincoln Gircitit examined with a microscope, is found to consist of jwr feet screw, each accurately Mary threaded and slotted ready to bo driven to JolinT. I uMrr alJhijarifH. Iullrrart bis wife, its placo with a Illllputian scrow.driver. n wmui It mar loocern Nitlr l IihhIk n'vi-rTho 53 cnt' worth of steol lias acquired tlmi lliex lit'uii.r- - Ji.liuT Hudileraranil Mary E. a valuo of $11. liii'Mtrar hlawttf, b:iTp tnifilar tlii'l tliflr ptltlon Too Fun I cC Nolurlut)". In ti.K'Iprli'c itli if i nc in eon Circuit Court, ' m, rthewild M&y E. irnyltig Hut - Tlia moilcul periodicals contain numerous Steamers nil the Tlliur. IutliltTr louw ij - ' iimlfouuT, for her own paragraphs nnd httoro comulnlnin of Tho classic Tiber is once morj to become I tiiflll hiiy imit h- - itnr own or aoiulro freo ho, it is urgol, will. lily foroe them a commercial hlghsvay, a Hue of steamers lr. lu llic iI.i'iiih r .i. 'rii ! hr liiiil.auil; to mate a ilnsle wonmu, to Ktlves upon jmbUo attentiuit. tun r It, uii'l If H..I having b'Jsn built to run bittvoen Homo trade In li 'own utuia"J tolliXeof her own and Genoa. by wllloi uctd. irutwriy c Wlialoi. fllbllsh-i- n It l lurrim oiJir-- J h ti t'nrtotlce g Ten what vvt captured reTb United States has thirty-nin- e ships ioiiaper In ihh Inikmik's .1 m cently by two uun in Siu DUg o biy". It lu Ita navy. K. . iv two e Uiyln-w- i publilial I has nsvr bc-vupposoJ that thaw flm u lions Iwtun i not wulm i'rm of t .e lived la that locality. arctili. an i I r'' f Hid CiHirt, tbo labtt an whl O1t0 n(lr w i i"' " jmir name 'JUtlMr Hubbard vlUt" is tlw nnme of a nt '.roB ow I' II, '. I. .J Ill ' . . J"lll'iS n! HaiJt US tu Ooorgla i all way tUtton. , v, .. j ..4iU , t.l. L. C. C. yuu'jir lu mi win. 113,000 screws by tho In American- - watch Tho I'rcsliluut's Dally l'uiior. Over 100 papers find their way unl'y to tlia White Hou o, but only u very fow ol tbot.o get lo tho table. They are oxamlusd by clerks nnd uiiIom found to contain news or comment of tjioclal intoroit tboy nro qtlotly laid to rest iu a waste. Laskot A Slsnlxi.tnl In I'urls. A Parisian signboarl reads: "Ladle' imiuitlonisn'i outfits ou hire for balls and mnrrlagos. Jl'ach drs oxiU uuJ pumps. IlriJoinniJs let out by tbo day." Nor dojs this thistle nppaar to be more dominant iu Scotlaud than in tho north of Englinl, where its stalk will often attain to a height of six or eight fo3t, nnd its blossoms to that of five or six inchis. Tho smaller thistles aro no perfect iu thapo and so bright In color that they can bo sorn or usjJ in decorations ani not merely reserved for tho proverbial dotikoy. Sarsaparilla and commenced giving it to him. It .surely worked wonders, for, In a short time, ho was completely cured." Bold by all Druggists. AYER'S IMIch anil FlHiiilu l'erleelly Cured. UBod. Motherhood Tmnefoiiui-- l to Lvo Fnrls llcollnp, convulsions and Cynthlaiu other alarming symptom Falmouth Incident to lingering and Arr, Covington palnlul lalur. Us truly wnndrlul ellieacy In till respect entitle tho MinilKll'3 I'llIKNI) to lio rnnV.il av ouo ol the llf.i svtii) appliances given to thn world bythodls-cjverle- a o. ol umlirn speolr rccoury, nl hr Ihi llablo to favora- Arr l'rls 7 03 8 CS a m a ami m 1 M 2 26 B 26 a m . ami Lvo. I.Filii!ftmi ., . 0 p " ju p 3 63 p t p It 30 a in 6 00 p 7 25 a in 8 20 a m 8 63 a m 0 51 a m ' m m tu m m 4 a to pm 20 pin 6 61 pm a 57 pm 8 43 Jim No Knifo, Ligaturo or Caustio JIAY.SVII.M: HOBTll-ItOUN- ItUAACMI. Ko.iii, Dally HOPE AHt I .TfoTtfT Dally Er. Hun. L'x. Bun. .", Treatment Mild. No Detontion Trom Business, Xo l'.ilry Screw. Chlc-ig-- Price 91; Six bottles, $5. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass., U. S. A. .K)Y ! mu Huffcrlug News.) 'Fifty cents' worth of stotd is mado into Cure Certain and I'ennaiieut. Cure, No Pfly. aud mi ibllcity ! without wounding tho of tho writer. Vet wo havo hundred of such testimonials on i (lie, and no mollur who has onco used it will Ov er agiln bo without it In her tlnioof Irouldo o Lvo (ovingtou. " IJtlngton From tho nature ot tlm " Paris ciiv, It wllloi ouurso I jo Arr MiltcrsUurg uiilfrstnod that wo can Carlisle not publish certificate JotlEPOl . concvriiln this Hkukiiv HOOTII-IJotiN- . MmHle 2 00 p m a nil 4 10 n m a in 5 23 p ui a in ft 41 pm u iu. r, in p iii n ill' IliTp iu m M a m 7 60 -- .. .. 7 25 f 20 8 47 o (8 iii ... Ifa. IMIly Dally Kx. tin n L'x. Hun 5 45 a in fl . 6f vsnr Court Speoial Attention also Oiven to Chronic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, As well n all i Dlases peculiar to Women, " " " A prominent plijilclin lately remaiked to tho If wore pftntor that wn Itreceive,admstblo to make I'ub-Il- Arr " tho Mother' Filcud thelottcr " Woinnn Lvo Mayivllio tii-t'- ii' 31au-i:atln- ! man-eatin- miiI. Lla-ri4- .... MnTV.Trilln. n MM,. .1.1........ .......... nn.1 lniu uiiiijt1- 1... ik I most earnestly cntreot evrry ft'inalu oprctliig ,.n,l :" Itliulnn "" to beconUn&il to uio Miitlmr'a Filvnd. Couiilcxi rhter. except Sunday. vMiiiiuu: uu er trains ardally with tlilsnitrMly I will add that during a long tbo next three months time wn ic 1 conui riioin are.maite at w nc hosier with ohnutrlcal praellort ifurty-fmiyir-- ! have nev- CIimj wake A Ohio for Jit. bterllng. f and Miilclc Huntington, Chnrlwlon, er known tt to full to produr" :i By permission ho refrs to the lollowln? W. Vn., una i:astern clt. II. J. HOLM F. 4. M D., atJlTery. H. Irwin. i u li.uliv. I. A. Iiftinr. AlUm.1, (ia. fctanfur'd.'lly.i Judgo O, V. I.oe, Tom Muriiby. W. r. Temple, jonn .u. optwiiamur, own iuj., Hend lor Tratle on "lloilib and Happlurs of ' IIU'IW1"1,, vllle, Ky.J UKev. .1. A. mailed Ircv. CL.. ...... IlnUniAn M..l..n,.., Iv V !, ...... II Wouinn, ... l.yUIHTH an.l.Ur. M nilllllUfU.O ilADKKM) I'.koui AToa C , Atlantt, (la. . 'I'tltVltSu Walker, C. C. Chrlfiiwn. Kirkivl) e, Ky.: J. H. ."...,.... (ULaI. niiu ui.nn a .1 Iroiwl. Moh.lu- rrsaU) by Dlt. M. L. DOUIIN'R, rUstorJ, Ky. ilettlnallon renehol by IHIKMHa CIIM.KMI In .11. Jolinsou, Uryantsvlllo. Ky.; J. I. Daniel, 8. F. II. MOl'.sE, W. 11. wmrrr.KBEy. I'UMWIgM' AKUt, Tiav. IW Agent, AhsatOao.1'. Cnvlruieu, Ky. THIS PAPER C.W.wMiTiT, vamains iiurMit tw Mwya m. i. '.'H)rl atanviei, 1,., i? .rtrtct. may M matM for n Charges moderate Dr. N. can bo consulted froo ol i h.uge Hnd will bo louud Rt hi oUlco nt ull wU ouUi'll nny thing on tha inarLot. Johnsnu Carlisle Mllleriuurg I'arlj Lcitugton Civlngtnn 7 4 a m1 4 8 lli a in R 0 10 n m1 (t .... II 'Mn in 8 2 41 n ... 27 a mi 8 SHpm una in 4 aspia 47 pm IK t. ... 13 in n ... nm lr "" J.. i. .!.... ..'." r ) sen-.!....- :.. T oIi 1 ju. 1 rl W-b- u ttflftl uswffW.":87 01