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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885110601 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. mmt VeeUii nkiw & VOL. XIV. SmMfittwliIn $nf eriorlonnral i'MOI(hcif Ttimtilnxin OANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. Tmn unfit 7 STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1885. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. NO. 71, anil Ifrtitav I( wa hT. to he charaail. 8U.OO Wtim paid lJQlt ANNUM In itttetlr Jtdc. 1)1 wilt anr tlmr, 03.00 W. P. WALTON. HUSTONVILLE. LINCOLN COUNTY. Rot in the first anow tome 'JO elaya earlier than tte uuiiu wont. Haying been nlmfnt for several elaja I hayo not had opportunity to note pawing event. Col. Wenthtrfonl lias returned (rem hit Teias trip looking well. There Mtmi to be nn tinrral anions our people and a deposition to lojk tjwards the Went. XotcmW During a late rUItntlon among the districts I found taj old friend, E. Tarrant bending hi power to the elucidation of the hidden mraterlei of educational lore and apparently enjnjlne his worthy work. I struck him for n letter to the Inteiuou, but he claimed that the uinu who honcatly discharged tho office of a teacher did hi whole dutjr and hod no tltue for other ad- vocation. UulneA generally seems to be rotne-wh- at slsfinated hero. Ooo great complaint is scarcltr of money another, iluctuatinK price. Hut the moat general annoyance Is found in the scarcity of coal. The orders of our dealers are ignored and coal engaged to consumers on the faith of supply has been detained at the mine until a rise in price occurred and then shipped, at a loaa to tho dealer. Ii thero no rt uirdy for thin outrage? Some interesting atatlitlci of the world'w population have juit been published, which contain tidings ol comfort nd joy for the fair rex. It appear that wo. men hai a greater tenacity of llfo than men. Nature very properly worahlpa the female In all Ita varieties Among iiuoct the male perishes at a relilivcty earlier Female ijtiadrupodd havo more endurance than male. In the human race, despite tha Intellectual and physical strength uf tho man, tho woman tnduns longest and will bear pain to which the s'rorgest wan succumb?. Zrmotio nre more fatal to xnalew, mid nnre male children die than female. The proportion iljle g ruddenly is one woman to raven men. One thousand and oighly men in the L'uited States in lbTO comuiilted ttuliiide to 2W women. Intemperance, npoplciy, gout, affections of the heart and liver are more fatal to males than females. I'ulmouarT is moro deadly to the Istler. All old countries, not disturbed by emigration, havw a majority of huiales. Itayal families show moro daughters than Hour. The Hebrew woman is exceptionally long lived, the colored man exceptional! short. The uiarric-- state is favorable to pnlongation uf life among women. po-rio- dia:s Lewis Wilson and Sarah Ann Gordon abtained license to marry on the 2d Inst. Thou. Dodds, son of I'orn Dodds, is very ill with typhoid fdver. Sua. 8. Chris-malato of Knoxvllle, Tenn., is in town, JtBW Koyston a few days ago sold to J. I. Chlnn a naif brother of the celebrated raco horse, Forrest, for $300. Hann & Caldwell are building an addition to their storeroom on Main street and will hereafter keep ready made clothing as well as boots and shoes. Wm, Goggin, who shot a small boy named Hubble, at Junction City, early in September, will b tried on Satuaday for murder, the boy having died of his Injuries. Goggin has been in jail since the shooting. Mr. L. N. Cooke, of Dennison, Texas, will be here and in other parts of Central o Kentucky about the loth Inst , for the of buying several of jacks, jennets, trotting stock and a of Holsteln cattle, also of Jerseys and shorthorn cattle. Mrs. Sarah Lyons, wife of Isaac Lyons, and mother of Henry Lyons, died yesterday evening after a brief illness of acute asth ma. Mr. Lrocs, who has been in Arkansis (or About ten days, was telegraphed to meet the remains at Cincinnati on Thursday, whero tho funeral took place at the Walnut Hill Jewish cemetery. While repairing a cistern fir Dr. Geo. Cowan, Wednesdav morning, the platform on which John Smith, the well known col. ored plasterer, was standing gave way and he was precipitated to tho bottom and knocked senuleM. When remiitatcd his arms and logs were found to be paralyzed. Dr. Cowan, who attended him, thinks he will soon recover. Gov. Knott, Treasurer Tate, Auditor Hewitt and other members of tho fund cominiiion, arrived Tuesday evening in a special car from Jellloo, where they had been to inspect convict CMnrn. They remained here until Wednesday evening And during their stay visited tho SlAto in. stituto for deaf mute, which they found in excellent condition W. S. Cildwell, epechl commissioner, sold on Wednesday At public sale, the farm of the lite Gm. M. Moore, 1'arksvillc, consisting of 100 acres, to Sam Moore at $10 25 per acre. Messrs. Wnlafietld A linden have roturnwl from Missouri, where thev taught 67 ootton mute. They ship ped them to Danville where they will f.Vlen them snd tell them as they And demand fcr tSem. n, pur-poscar-load- s car-loan-- The youngest son of Col. W. O Hane tord (Willie) hai been quite sick since hie return from the Louisville Exposition, caught deep cold, but we are glad to report him improving a: this writing. Messrs. J. H. Hutching And G. M. Davison went to Cincinnati last Monday, Mr. Hatchings to try and make a contract for his whisky this season, 'provided he stills, and Mr. Davison to look out a future situation, Our fellow townsman, W. T. Saundeis, was rather slow in announcing himself for jailer, but it had beca generally understood throughout this county that he would be a candidate. Mr. Saunders has always been found with the harness on, battling for democracy and its principles. Being a very poor man with a young family entire ly dependent upon hlui for a support, he nnd his friends would b grateful to tho demo crats of the county if they would remember him at the primary election. Dr. W. M. Doores left on the noon train Wednesday for Louisville with a nuni ber of affidavits and a petition to Judge Birr, of the U.S. Court in behalf of Thos. U. title, oi tnts neighborhood, who was tried And convicted last week in said court, (or irregularities under the pension laws. Died, at Crab Orchard, Tuesday morn-luof consumption, Mrs. Msggie S., wife of W. A, Carson. She was a devout member of the Cumberland Presbyterian church and died confident in the faith. She leaves besides a husband, a bright little daughter, Beulah, and many friends who deeply sympathlz) with them in their allliction. Sho was the daughter of A. J. Sigler, a merchant of this place, and was a graduate of "Tarrant College. The funeral services were conducted by the Rev. A. S. Mofi'elt, of the Presbyterian church, nt 3 o'clock i m , Wednesday, Nov. lth. The remains were then interred in Odd Fellow's cemetery. Quite a large followed the remains to their last resting place. liar-ingin- g thrcc-yetr-old pro-ceesl- SE NSATION OF THE CENTURY! Listen while we tell you the story: How and why Ave do it. Our Now York buyer has been attending all tho large Auction Sales in Now York City for the last few weeks, and now tho goods are beginning to roll in so fast that we can hardly And room for them. They were bought iu many instances at one half real value. Wo must have room and tho only way wo know of to get it is to fiuoto prices that will enable everybody, tho poor as well as tho rich, to lay in a supply of Fall and Winter Goods. THIS WILL BE A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY Eor tho people of Lincoln and adjoining Counties to supply themselves with seasonable goods at just tho timo they uro most needed and at prices that will seem incredible, but aro only too real. Comoand seo the magic power of tho almighty Dollar a3 shown ovly at the GREAT BARGAIN STORE. Facta that will sober those that recklessly equander their hard earnings. Below we give figures that aro boiled down to tho solid essence of Real Economy. OUR TERMS AJ&j'JEl chargo goods to no one whatever, so it will bo useless to ask for credit. Thousands of yards of good Dark Prints at lc por yard. All of our best standard prints at 5c per yard. Good, fine Brown Muslin, yard wide, 5c per yard. Extra heavy at GJc, 7Ac and 8Jc. Nice Bleached Muslin, 5c per yard. All tho best brands Bleached Muslins at 8Jc per yard considered cheap at 10c. Good Carlton Flannel, per yrrd. Better Qualities at 7ic and 8Jc. Our 10 cent quality will be found the heaviest and best ever shown m Stanford for tho money. Gooel Gingham 5c per yard. Extra Gingham per yard. Tho very best Gingham in tho market per yard. A big drive jn Plaid Linsoy at 10c per yard, or 12 yards for 81. Regular price 15c per yard. Good Bed Ticking ut bjc, 10c and 12ic per yard, worth a great deal moro elsewhere. "Wo STHIOTLY CASH 6b ZDOWHSr 6a 8c Stacks of elegant Brocade Dress Goods, all colors, 6c per yard. Twilled Cashmere, all colors, 8ic per yard. Elegant half wool Dress Goods at 10c, 12ic and 15c per yard, worth from 20c to 25c per yard. Double width Cashmero nt tho extremely low prico of 16jjc, usual price 25c per yard. In better quality all wool Cashmeres wo guaranteo a saving of from 15 to 25 per cent. In this department wo can show you somo big bargains. Good Jeans at 15c, 18c and 20c per yard. Our 25c A new wrinkle in the weddings hai been Jeans will bo hard to match for 35c. A strictly all wool filled Jeans at 35c that you havo nil been iu tho habit of paying 50c for. introduces! in Paris, France. Tho carriFlannels wo havo an immenso assortment iu prices from 10c per yard upwards. age which conveys the bride to tho church is entirely covered with white flowers, even to the spokw of the wheels. The coachman hikI footman arc decorated with flow-eOne of our special drives is a good, heavy gray Blanket at tho unheard of prico of 25c each. Good whito BlankThe carriage thus garlanded looks ets at Goo each, or SI 25 per pair. An elegant 11- -1 white Blanket at 82 25 per pair, worth S3 50 elsewhere. like a moving white bouq'iet, with a roee Good, largo Comforts at 85c, SI and 81 25. In the middle thereof, BIiAJBTKETS AN COjSUTOIKTS. Fui'duujnt Menuicanw. A London Hocielr for tho Huppresiion of Mendicancy has Landed over two hundred thousand begging letters to a committee, in oonee quence of which over sixty thousand vagabonds and Imnoaler.) have (ill-e- n inta tho hands of the police. One beggar ctrrled with hltn a tocgue in alcohol, wiiich. as a notice Informed the public, was his own tongue, lost by a surgical operation. Examination showed it was a sheep's tongue. Vienna lias also an aroc!alion for tho discovery and punishment of on public charity. Tho greatest difficulty is caused by those who leign epilepsy; in 1 tho fumom Munich surgeon, Dr. NuMcmm, relates the cae of a prhon-einwho, in order to securo certain com forts allowed the sick, feigned epi!py so successfully that for several years he de ceived tho prison doctor, as well ns another physician cnlled in to axtist in his examination.-N. Y. I'ost. rs er One day a press telegram announced tho death of Randolph Tucker, of Virginia, and the next day a correction was sent out by the Virginia Atatcsmnn. Col. John Stephenson during the day fell into the company of General Tooub, and in the ourseof conversation remarked: "Well, General, I see that Ilin Tucker denies Out he is dead." "Yes" stld the General quickly, "I saw that, buthe'rf such ad n liar I don't know whether to believe it or not.'' Atlanta Constitution. The greatest dralnago enterprise ever undertaken in Illinois is now advancing at the rate of 100 feet a day In Piatt county. Tho entire length of the drainage canal will bo Gfteen miles, the width thirty-fivfeet nnd depth seven and a half feet The course of the canal is through a large tract o( low, 11 it prairie, subject to overflow in , wet and having no natural drain-AgThe work will reclaim 20,000 acres of the richest firming land in tho State, nnd will greatly enhance tho productive ncs of at least 60,000 acres more. e flea-ion- o, The amount of crude opium produced m India in 1SS3 is stated in recently publish-a- d statistic to have bton 8,071,120 pounds The number of acres of land Ufed in its culAGRICULTURAL. ture is given at 87(3,151. The ure of opium Twenty ycrs ago $1,000,000 would cov- among the poorer claes is said to bo rareer the amount invested in cattlo ranches in ly excessive, but the well to-suffer greatthis country. Now that investment is reck- ly from in it. oned at $100,000,000. , Texas Master Jesc Jones, of G It id stated that "thousinds of tons of cheese are made in France from the milk read tho lifoof Jewe James, and, conceivof sheep, and in some of the European mar- ing from tho resemblance of names that there should be a similarity in their cakets it bring the highest price." reers, though only sixteen years old, has besixty-acrstrawAn Illinois farmer has a berry bed, from nine acres of which he gan robbing etagce, but has suddenly been brought up by a ten years' sentence in the gathered, it is related1 in one season, penitentiary. quarts of berries, which is at the rate of about 227 bushels per rcre. The CresThe pen with which President Lincoln cent has proved the moit profitable berry signed the emancipation proclamation was, in th".t locality. a few days sgo, stolen from Mrs. C. J. In 1S7S tho hop crop of the United States Adam, of Chicago, to whom it was prewai marketed at from five to twelve cents a sented bv Mrs. Lincoln. The two ladies pound. In the season of ISS2 3 hops sold were warm personal (riends, and Mrst At $1 n pound, and even more, and it was Adams valued tho pen highly, both as s fluid for the first and possibly the last time gilt and relic. in the history of hop growing that a barAn English lady recently ordered a dreaa rel of Hour could be bought Lr four or fire trimmed with canaries which required the pounds of hops, A first rate vinegar may be mule by the sacrifice of nearly one hundred birds, following cheap and simple process: Boil Bucklen' s Arnica Salve. a i, of shelled corn till about half dono for Tho Beit Silrelntlio worlit tor Cut). Ilrulsn' U gallons. Put into jirsor jug and fill them Sore- -, tialt KUouln, Kerer Bores, Tetter, Chapped with hot water sweetened with a enmt o( UudiIi, Cbllblalni, Corns ami all Skin Eruptloni, aorghum or other common molaei. Set anil jxultlvely cure! Piles, or uo pay required. I, In tho sun and In in three weeka it will be la guaranteed to giro perfect ratlstVictton, or money refunded, l'rlco 25 cents per box. Tor sale by excellent vinegar. No one need buy a Penny .1 McAllitcr. poor article when a good one can be made An OIJ Citizen Speaks, Post. with a little trouble.-Detr- oit ill. J. M. Korrli, an old cltlzan of Kerne, Oa. Dexi and Dyxamiti:. Old K'obs got thai he bad been badly troubled with Kidtired of haying the dog iiround, a iifclca ney Complaint for a great many years and with heart, although Affectionate, and taking Eczema for thrco yean; at times could scarcely walk, nnd had tried many remedlca without bend him out in n vacant lot he tied a efit, beforo ho bfgan taking Electric Bitters and can of dynamite to his tail and lit anointing his bands with Ilucklen's Arnica Salve, out for h safe place to see tho explosion. This treatment afforded him great relief nnd ho Tho devoted animal followed hu master Etrougly recommends Electric Bitters to all who with Kidney Complaints or need a Blood closely and tho (aster Blobs went tho (aster sutler Purifier. Bold by Penny A McAHster. went the cur, with tho fuse hissing behind Most Excellent. him. Just about this time the thought Tenn., crossed lllob mind that he ought to have J.J. AUItn, Chief of l'ollcc, Knoxvllle, of your writes; "My family and I are beneficiaries tied the dog, hut ho didn't Htop to consider most excellent medicine, Ur. King's New Discov it. Just as he lost his wind and picked up ery for Consumption; having found it to ho all a stone to persuade the dog to leavo the that you claim forlt, desire to testify to Its virthing went off, It was a success. Por tue. My friends to whom I luvo recommended It Dr. KIng'a New tiocs of the late Mr. Jilob.i are arriving praise It nt every opportunity." guarantoed to euro Disco? ury for Const mptlon la daily by mail from the different counties, Coujfhs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup and evAnd the funeral ceretnonim will bo held ery nileetlon of the Throat. Chest and Lungs, Tri when the returns are all in, The dog is al Bottles Free at I'cmiy A McAUster'i Drug Storo Large, slie. 81. Christian at Work. dead. Positive Care for Piles. It is becoming a matter of common opin To thopeoplocl this county we would say that Ion that the one thing which Col. Fred we have been glren the ARincy of Dr. Marchlsl's cuarantcod Grant could do most gracefully would to Italian I'llo to keen his mouth closed, nnd that he has to euro or money refunded Internal, External, Blind, Bleeding or Itching l'lles. Trlco 50c n box. sadly underrated his capacity in this direc- Tor sale by Tcnny A McAlliter, Druggists. tion. His father's example is lost upon Oweneboro Inquirer. Daughters, Wives and Mothers. him. do Uve-itone 05,-CO- O half-poun(Jlntmcnt-cmphatlcally CLOTHING. This branch of our business has had speciol attention this season and now wo can show a stock that for elegance of style and workmanship, can not be surpassed iu Kentucky. All of our best suits nro inado to order, especially for us. They aro strictly Tailor made goods and wo guaranteo them equal to tho suits that you pay two or three times the money for. Theso goods rango in price from 810, 812, 815, 818 to 820 and we nro satisfied that any ono getting one of theio suits will bo pleased with it and he will probably savo a bill. Wo sell a mail's good, durable suit for S3. Very good suits for and S4 50, and for 85 wo will sell you a strictly all wool suit that usually sells for S10. Theso are a special Job lot and can not bo duplicated after this lot is sold. Men's elegant reversablo Overcoats at S3, worth S6. Men's good heavy Overcoats at 85 and S6 that you can not match for le3S than from 81 to 82 more. One lot of Boys' Wool Ve3ts at 35c each. A big drive in Men's Flannel Blouses sit 60c to 75c each. It will pay you to look at our Clothing before buying. five-doll-ar 8-- 1 8-- JLAIMLES' In this lino CIiOAKS MB WIMPS. one-fourt- wo acknowiedgo no opposition whatever. All of thes8 goods wero bought at from t to real value and are to bo sold tho sarao way. One lot Ladies' Cloaks at 81, worth 83. Ono lot Ladies Cloaks at 82, worth Ono lot elegant Newmarkets and Dolmans, fur trimmed, at S5, 86 and 87, worth from S3 to 810. Ono lot elegant Silk Circulars at 88 50 and SO, worth 812 to 815. Ono lot better quality at S10 to 811; would bo cheap at 815. Children's Cloaks largo variety from 75c up. Ladies' Jerseys, all sizes, 60c each; Bame quality we sold at 81 a short timo since. An elegnnt vest front Jersey at 75c. worth 81 25. Something now; ask to see it. In better qualities wo havo them at 81, 81 25, 81 75, 82, 82 50 nnd S2 75, nil of which nro bargains. h one-hal. fur-lined I500T& ANI SHOES. Men's good, heavy Brogans 75c per pair, cheap at 81. Men's fino Shoes nt SI 25, 81 50, 81 75, 82 and S2 50. Meu's good winter Boots nt 81 50, that no ono would think of pricing nt less than 82 25. The very best quality whole stock custom made Boots at 82, S2 25, 82 50, 82 75, S3, 83 25 and 83 50. Boys Boots nil prices from 75c to 82. Ladies' and Children's winter Shoos in great variety nnd nt nstouishingly low prices. One of our specialties is a Ladies' Glove Kid Foxed Button Boot with worked button holes at 81 75 per pair, considered cheap by regular dealers nt 82 50. Rubber Overshoes and Arctics, nil styles. HATS AN one-hal- CAPS. Boys' Polo each. Ono Ono lot of been selling f regular prices wo mean every word wo say. Ono lot When wo say we havo these goods at Caps at 10c each; 3 for 25c. One lot better quality at 20c, worth 40c. Ono lot Boys' Wool Hats 15c lot Men's heavy winter cap3 at 20c each, worth 50c. Ono lot of Men's Wool Hats nt 25c, worth 50c. Men's Fur Hats at SI, worth 82. Wo have nbout 300 good quality Men's Stiff Fur lints that we havo 81 50 each tunt wo are going to close out nt oUo nnd 7ac each. real value. f Largo assortment of Ladies' and Children's Hats at one-hal- Notions and Specialties Prom Auction. Look well to tho Nickles tho Dollars will take caro of themselves. Soft Finish Spool CotWo have succeeded in getting another largo shipment of tho Celebrated Windom ton in white, black and colors. Each spool contains 200 yards uud it will work on any raachiuo( equal to Clark's, as nil know who havo tried it. Wo acll it two spools for 5c, or just half prico of any good machino thread known. Stuart's best Thread, lc per spool, warranted 200 yards. Wool Saddlo Blankets 15c eacb; two for 25c. Whalebone Buggy "Whips 25o each, worth 75c. Linen Shirt BosHose, extra quality and length oms 10c eacb; threo for 25c. Men's Shirts 15c, 20c and 25c each. Ladies' with a fow sleight manufacturers' imperfections, at 15c and 25c per pair, worth 40c. Mens good Socks at 5c per pair. Men's heavy wool socks 10c per pair. Job lot Suspenders 10c per pair; threo for 25c. Threo papers good Pins for 5c. Three papers good Needles for 5c. Two boxes good Blacking for 5c. Good Hair Brushes 15c, worth 35. Job lot Lwlios' Linen Collars 5c each. Men's Collars, standing or turn down, Earl & Wilsou's nnd nil tho best makes, 10c each, worth from 15c to 25c. Ladies' Hand Bags 25c each, worth 50c. Ladies' Kid Gloves 35c per pair, worth 75 cents. Good Pocket Books 5c ench. Twelvo dozen Shirt Buttons for 5c Six paokages Hair Pins for 5c. Fancy bordered Hand kerchiefs J c each. Best Shoo Polish for Ladies' Shoes 10c. good Envelops for 5c. per bottle , worth 25c. Twenty.four sheols good Noto paper for 5c. Twenty-fivbox, Spool Silk all colors, 100 ynrds, 5c spool. Lamp Shears 5c per pair. Face Powder boat quality 5c per Rubber Ribbon 5c per yard, worth 10c. Table Oil Cloth 15o per yard, two yards for 25c. Breakfast Shawls 20o each. Men's Red Undershirts, wool, 75c, worth SI, and hundreds of other things equally as cheap that we havo neither timo nor space to mention. A great many think us foolish to sell at Ihe prices we do, but wo havo found out that tho way to increase trade is to got tho prices down. Wo buy our good and pay for them generally beforo they get in tho Houeo. They aro ours and wo shall sell them nt such prices as we think best. Wo want you to como nnd eeo us, whether customers or not. Wo will gladly show you our goods aod will not get at all mad if you don't buy. To thoso liviug out of town wo will sy that wo ean save you enough on a small purchase to pay your railrord faro both ways lor n number of miles. Country merchants, wo hnvo bargains for you and can savo you flio expenso of going to tho city. Six-corall-woe Trie colored Inrber who refused to shave It is stated that Paris manufacturers are another colored man nnd was sued for imitatirg cod liver oil by soaking herrings $500 dnuiacea oilered a a defense the plea in olive oil, which quickly takes up the hia own fi thy odor nnd cloeety resemblei light rod that if ho had shaved the business would have been damaged to that l'voroll. Trio brown oil is produced by extent. This, by the way, wan In Illinois. Allowing tho fish to soak for about ten and not in the South, Ohio ouht to hold days, Htiowfill Dakota reports nn eight-Inc- h au election to ticcuro the colored man his Wednecelny, rights in Illinois'. Ulceration, Falling and Dliplacimeat or beaitng down felling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Change ot LI fe.Leuchorrba'a.basIdcs many weaknesses springing from UioauoTO, JUoIJoadacho, Bloating, Spinal Weakness, SIceplessuess, Nervoifs Debility, Palpitation of the Head. Ac. For inlo by Drug gists. Prices Stand St SO per bottle, fcenu to Dr. J U. Marchltl, Ullca, N. V., fcr pamphlet, frre. r aalo by Penny A McAlUter, Druggists. Wo emphatically guaranteo Dr. Marcblsl'a Fcmalo Kuracdy, t euro Female Diseases, such as Ovarian troubles, Inllimmatloo and T3bL 13- - Hi- - Popular Originators and Promo tors of Low Prices for all the Peoplo, STANFORD, ICY. St. Asaph Hotel Building, Main Street, .- IFOWEIR, C3r"reci"t JE&i2?$eiiOL Storo, Oil t'LZb WWa. Scmi-Mttkliilnt&rT- O! of indicate that Judge OimIot More-- Evidence of the Fulfillment Promise to Abr&nam. the November 0, 1885 h the gentleman referred to: We have it Stanford, Ky.,- from tbe Judge himself that each and ererr allegation in the article, if intended "Praise the Loid. God is Loveand Nothand maliciously WALTON. to refer to hiro, in bvel ing Elso." W. P. falte and that he intends to investigate the matter and place the responsibility of the continued fuom tAsr ISSOE. libel where it beloncs. PnosrEcr Point, Landouu, N. India, 1 Sept. 22, 1S35 NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Would God, my dear countrymen, might Two colored men are on the gra,nd soon recognize their partnership in the Win in Now York and Virginia by jury in session at Louisville. Abrabamlc Covenant. As euro as truth, Largo Majorities, Tho Regutcr says it is etaimed that that will be the outcome of these groaning 1 COO voters in Madison stand always ready ages. The Anglo Saxon raco is Israel, and o Whilo in tho Othor States Thoy to sell out to the highest bidder. tho knowledgo of it is ocztng out, drop by Thoir Usual Voto. County Judge, J. B. King, of Jackson, drop, in spite of B&tan's attempts to keep was jelled for 5 days and fined S25 for il- all in ignorance. Only tboee who know it 'jKalionc Cleaned Out, Loci;, Stock and legally certifying pension papers. well may die for H; as nearly all who lead Barrel. Cincinnati ia threatened with a now iifrlnm tinn' do. But I think I shall republican paper, which will oppaee civil Jive long enough to see our dear Manasseh service reform and re election of John ( America taking her plsco ft the tldct (JLOHY UKODU1I roil ONE WAY. Sherman. sister of the Imperial Confederacy that Tho President ha appointed O. Rusele:tion news is almost 88 good as non dhall belt the clobe with Anglo Saxon The it can be. New York re electa Hill Gofer,a sell Rodman Postmaster at Frankfort; R. claims. But whether I see it or not, is a Virgin-i- C. Spreck at Madisonville. LAND. STOCK AND CROP The old offi- small matter. The LORD will bring it to nor by fully 11,000 majority, whlla .,.. . rmrtnf thfi "fullv Pftltltlfd" Of gallant FiUhngh Lee 30,000 cers were suspended. gives tho A creat many sales of hoes have I. In en J Ins varloty, ililnty In quality nl satisfactory In prim; this wo guanatc. Our aim shall b a The census of Kansas Cilv, just comHrt "net tbe travail of mado in this vicinity at 3 cents. .,..i,,, Toai.,1 over tho little renegade, Wwe, auJ elects at all times to supply every want In our line. overwhelmingly democratic, pleted, ehowo a population of 105.011 ex- His bouI," will consist in the reunited 12 legislature S3 1,100-pou2 year-ol- d, For Stic-3- 5 clusive of suburb. Thiii is a gain of about tribes, owning a central autherity in Jeruthat Mnhone, tho untcrupulotn eoamp, feeder, extra good, neatly ull red. W. If, Consists of thoHUtidard Itrtrntiol KuroptanJ Aturrlca. Our Urjo line of Cooking fctoxca InclaJos and trader in the honor of tbe 50 per cent since 18S0. salem, towards which the great outlying Anderson, Garrard. Ihejtistly celubratcl "(lrft Wretera and many other family latorltfj. Our China, Ulut High water in the Cumberland riy er at forces of the multitudinous Abrahamic -State, 1b buried bo deep that he will nevor At P.tris, Monday, 200 cattle wtie o and Qtireniwiro stock consists In art of Tabic, Tea and Chamber fr'et pompl't. Olasswars) richly cu raieebia dirty head again, much less aspire Nashville washed away the temporary race that locally govern the world shall fercd and feeders brought from 4 to andctched. In the way of llroadstutls wtiDauisliuckwhcat Hour, the quwi of all tribes. Our mle to structure erected in the building of the to hoes tbe grand old mother of S'atesor cast looks of loving devotion and loyally bratcd Patent "(. 21." Flour, iirttallcd for rake and pastry, while nice and Hominy, our own patrl Broke mules sold at $125 to $150 The new bridge at that point. represent her in the U. S. Senate. never dreaming of rebellion, but with Irish potatoes are cheaper in Lxirg-to- n otic products, arrayed ta faithful adjuncts. All the delicacies In KoraJgu and Domestic OoufeMloni are here. Tin, Stono, Wood? n'aftd Wlllowwarr, Klrctrlc Lampa, Stationery. Canned Meats and 1'rolta There will bo no more October elec- hearty content upholding tho imgnilicent honeet people ol Virginia have galledunder than thoy have been for yeaw, tho ia a compteto line of Cljtart and Tobaccos. Well, Is only a hint of what we have. IIoIUtIdi a yoke of degradation that he has with the tions in Ohio, an amendmeat to the con government then eeen to be Ood centred ply beta; greater thmi iIih demand at 25 and we can make It to your Interest, we confidentlythis ask an examination of our goods and your patron that or negro votes, tbe support of the Ar- stitution having been adopted at the lite and God established. .aid ncspectiuiij, cents per bushel. JinoTiiKiif. of men as election abolishing them. But much will happen, dear reader, bethur administration and the help Wanted immediately between SO nud icale as himself, been public debt statement shows that fore that "consummation, to devoutly to be 100 head of citlle to paslurn on excellent The low in the political hlfi fn fane unon them, and they deter- the decrease for tho month of October was wished." I pray that thou mayat be taught grass. Apply to Theodoio King, Hiyilrc The total debt less cash in by love and not by juJgment, tbo things Farm, nesr Stanford. mined that they culd free themselves $13,276,774.18 and restore the name of Virginia to the the treasury is 1,417,657,503.09. that make for thy peace." J. E. Kern bought of II. M. Koeoberry At Daniels' depot, on tbo Bardstown proud place it has borne for an hunI wish I could get you to put the ques- 31 of the beet cattto in Nicholas, weight dred years in the history of the country. branch road, Wm. Murphy was killed by tion now before us "into a nutshell." Don't 1,170. at 41 He aho sold his own fat hogs 'Twas this desire that caused their mighty Frank Walker, tho killing being the result quarrel with me for joining tho Church of at 3 cenU. fParis News. IN- Encland ou general grounds. I only ask uprisipg and added numbers and influence of a quarrel over a triyial matter. J. H. McAlistcrsold to Hemphill, of formed to wel Suit baa been brought in Louisville in you, first, to settle this question -- ai I have Jessamine, 35 head of 1,020 lb. cattle at Drugs, Books, Stationery and to tho largo cavalcadei that come Filzhugh Lea wherever ho epoke. the U. S. Court against Richard Monarch, a rfcht to do. viz: If I happen to bo right cents and Jeff Jones sold to samo party 40 Fancy Articles. dietiller of Oensboro, about the Anglo-Israe- l theory will that jus- head of 1,0704b. wtight at simo price. Thank God their object was accomplished the and the old State is free once more from the charging him with defrauding hit part tify the step? I think any hocuit mind Best butcher cattle arc in fair demond t'hyslclans' prescript Ions accurately rXitiitj if even not a justifi in Louisville at 3 to 4. For other grades will readily say tyranical sway of a bise bosa supported by ners. V JKa 'a w Simuel Newton, a Choctaw Indian, cation it makes, at least, a fair case " Then prices run from 2 to 4i. Host are lower mo3t degraded elements of tho lowest and was executed in Indian Territory for tho the whole controversy narrows to this point her population. with a more active market, at 2 to 3.10. theory true? I ask Sheep and lambs are unchanged. is more than murder of his wife. The execution was by Ia the Anglo-Isra- el Tho Largest Stock of Watches, Olocks, The result in New York declining the use of no better vantage ground, than a simple ex- vearung mules 1 gratifying, because it relegates to tho rear shooting, the Indians Jewelrj and Silverware Josenh liond sola minatinn with n unprejudiced mind, of in Tennessee at an average price of $77. J, Mugwump?, who attempt-e- the scaffold. thesweet-Bcentetxmght this towur than The Railroad Gazttle reports 1,230 ac- our proofs of the truth of that gUrious P. Rogers bought for Lou Ferguson, of Krer Uwtt. toWatch)market Price Jewelry Unthe , Clocks ami to create the impression that they owned paired on abort notice and Warrant!. and that cidents on ail the roads during the year, by identity. the earth and the fullneis thereof Lister Witherspoon, of Woodford, 40 head killed and 1,534 Oh my deir, dear friends in America, I of cattle, averaging 1,150 pound, at $1 12J they were batter than any other people on which 331 persons were The number is nearly a fourth pray you-j- ust fairly, honestly "prove all per cwt Georcetown Times. tho face of tho globe, and puts a quietus wounded. less than last year. things" in this matter. I only ak you to !, ni.Sm nf the republicans that the W. H. & Tom Traylor are plowing and "hold fast that which is good." Misa Kate Tabb, a with six steel bsm plows hooked to their State belongs to them when party wanes are Nearly every day in my walka I pasa the traction engine, which does tbe work of is a glorious indorse-men- t popular young lady, of Louisville, was faplainly presented. It and tally burned Wednesday night. She was Quarters of the captain of the "station Bix men anil twelve now anu. a miiu of Cleveland's administiation epurned kneeling before the grate eaj ing her pray- ataff," and there I notice tho swarming fam more. They gave ou exhibition of its shows how deeply the democrats when her clothing caught fire ily of his Mehtar or Scavenger a lot of work the other day, whtn many of the AND the claim of the opposition, that the defeat ers, The Grange Bjnefit Association held little, half naked, very bright eyed, hand neighbors turned ou, including numbers of ticket would be the of the democratic ITiii-iiitiii-- e its annual meeting at Georgetown this some, but unspeakably dirty youngsters the fair sex. surest way to endorse his administration. York week and re elected its former officers. Dur- who aBk me for pice (coppers) In a ctiiiu-lik- e The ale cf Benedict Spaldinp, which The result shows furthf r that New A Full mid Mi!iiiIctu uMNor-fincor Furniture, emriraclug oust-nee- s ing the year it paid to policy holders 578,- wav. but not at all "cheeky." Now, occurred last Friday, and of which our retakes no stock in the "Bloody Shirt" crydiliiK from iho ChonpcMt lo tho FlncM Parlor Null oh. 07. my mind that fund of $30,000. 000 and has a referve No mnnihn a?o. 1 made up and that Sherman and Foraker'a sweet port was misplaced, did not pan out well, need to ko to II10 Inrj;o cMeH to wmke your pnrcliimcH, no matter James Vandiveer, of Mercer county, whenever they asked me I wouldn't give wr.e wone than wasted. It would be a as but a nraall part of tboadvertied jrop'r-t- y ulmtfitinutlty ness or quality you viuit, uh I can and ulll duplicate Wednesday, tie claimed to be the them anything, but if they did not beg I Pedigreed cattle wan dispo'ed of God eend if they too were to be known to died can obtain elsewhere, freight heliiR added. man in Gen. Sterling Price's command who .ont.i ino.rinhlT rive them bucksheeah. I broimht from $50) $100; brood mares $75 any prices more forever. the country no a full aNorliiieitt ol CoflliiH, Vh'ch. NhroudH nud KoIich, eiuhrac killed Gen. Nathaniel Lyon at wanted the little chaps to find out my ee to$lOO;mnleooll$IO to $00 and SouthIn Virginia as far as reported, tho Leg- shot and both cheap and cxpciiHlre. Wnro roam" tbe bittle of Bpringfield, Mo , early in tho cret for the good losson they would learn iu down sheep $3 per had. The land was lug all tho New islature is heavily democratic, that puty oppoNlto Kt. Atrnph Hotel. Hlanlord. Uy. members of the House war. But still, you see, I couldn't tell them withdrawn at $05 it. having C2 out of 100 An effjrt will be made to test the con- tho principle on which I acted, for that Simpson Wills sold last week to Tarr and 23 out of 40 in the Senate. The counof the registration law in would totally defeat my orjtct. Yet I was, & mare mulee at Turner, leu 2 -- year-old to ba heard from will probably increase stitutionality ties Ohio. A citizen who had not registered though my lips were sealed, really deeirous $S0 per head. John II Raau )cn has d the mejiritiea. The Legislature in New his vote in Cincinnati at the late elec- that they eho'uld find out my secret for this fall 2SO head rf fredinR cattle York remains republican and that party cait tion, and the judges who accepted it have themselves. that will averace J 200 Im, at Hn average has a maprity oi 30 Now York city gave been arrested, and upon their trial the law Will you believe that tbo young raicils of 1 rents per lb. Mr. Rauden will PinbJe 48 203 majority and Brooklyn 8,087. Hill will be tested. are icnorant of it still, thouzb months, faed thes cst'lc, acd we take tbe liberty of In Maryland the democrats have the A horrible murder is reported from six, have pansed with varying experience-balchallenging the .State to bsat them next legislature by a majority of 00 on joint Edinburg, Tex., whero a Mexican named About every lib. or 5th time 1 pass, tney July Wincboj'tr Democrat ia elected by 30 000. lot and the State ticket d Hipoloito Villareal, through jjalousy, eeem to be discouraged by asking and not Heavy shipments of cattle were made gets only 35.000 majority Quay, republican, in an unspeakable manner a youth getting The look at me open eyed, not im' from Richmond yesterday The following for treasurer in Pennsylvania where Blaine named Figuro, who had supplanted him and hold their tongues Then I gentlemen shipped to Cincinnati: It got over 80,000. The democrats carried in the affections of a girl. Among the pudently, call them to me and give them pice. The J.Ctay.Dl head; J. W Bales, 64; D not won in Iowa, Michigan and if they have lightest of the wounds ir fllcted were long very next time, they are eure to spoil it all, A. Chenault, 30, and J. P. Simmon, the republican stronghold, tbe result is ex- gaehea from head to foot, back and front. Then, again, and yet by asking again. Maj. John Hsrris sold to Lh-ms- p, 18. ceedingly close. There was little or no It turns out that John Sherman's little again, until, once more discouragement New Jersey tho In of Baltimore, 100 head, weighing contest in Illinois. expense account for the Washington monu- verges on despair and a silent go by, bringB be republican by a majori1,530 pound, at 5 cents, and Malcolm legislature will ment dedication day is even larger than at another gift. And Btill the little eilUea Miller to same 78 head, weiRhing 1491 9. Massachusetts elected Robinson, ty of first stated. It aggregates nearly $3,000 for have learned nothing. They know I give pounds, at 4J cents. ("Herald. rep., governor by 22,000 over Prince, and carriages and saddle horse. Sixty two anddon'tglve. That Is all I am a walkKansas The German biblo for tbe blind costs $25 Nebraska continues republican. carriages are put down at $25 each per day, ing sphinx unreadable, insoluble, ' nie-ter- y to her republican idols, but Conand consists of no fewer than CI volumes. isjoined and 50 at $20 each; 50 saddle horses are Bet of mysteries," to their Utile brains. This is owing to the fact that the letters necticut was nearly redeemed. The demo- down at $7 10 each. The total is $2,855, Why don't they find me ou ? I get vexed the Leaielature have to be very large, and they are in I t crats gained 71 members in Sherman is passing over the coun- with their Btupldity. Yet ttey are very leavejtha republican majority but and John relief, and can therefore be printed on one which Controller Dur- bright children. try as a great reformer. side only, and that tho paper must be very twelve. ham is gnashing his teeth because he can Ah my soul! My. reideil There is a thick. Some of the blind can read five or The democrats truly have cause for not under tie bill reject the account. deeper lesson here than that of a te. cop- six hours without being fatigued. Tbey thanksgiving this year and will celebrate Lou. Times. per pice. Silly children, wl Are wo not use both hands in re idinif, the right fore the day eet apart by the President with this daj? And our Father longing that we linger being need (chii fly to separate the IN MEMORIAM. hearts an! happy minda. Tbe should know His heart of love, ard the words ard ylly hies, while tho left f rc3tr.er Died, in Stauford, Nov; 31., Minnie, eldadmirably written proclamation appears in Secret of the LORD" which, yet, ro recocnizjs tbe word by itself. The usa cf lha est daughter of Mr. J. B. Merahon, aged given out befo-this hauo but it was many good people not dull in other both hands enables the blind, after sotni elections, so no one can claim that it was eight years. live and die in ignorance of! practice, to read quito as fast as a person Oar little Minnie is dead. The dear dictated by an offensive partisan. Let He can not tell us, in so many words, who can see. They can also write, cipher, had done its misland give thanks gentle, sunny rarth-ange- l every democrat in tho For we mum play chess and check r, musicil instruwhat He is doing for us and be glad, not only on the 20th, but sion and the Father called it home. "walk by faith," and that would be "sight.'' ment", etc In Hamburg there lives a everyday in tbe year, for great and increas- Through spring and summer and a part of loving ways be gives blind man who can fiad alone any street in the fall I have often seen her playing by BfltablinBO many ing blessings. faith ought to take but does not. the city or suburb. He avoids collisions the road, and when I spoke and called her hints, that The President hw appointed Alfred P. "Daisy" she Bweetlr laughed and looked And then His heart of LOVE is saddened by means of the impressions which an rp Edgerton.of Fort Wayne, Ind., to succeed indeed much prettier than that flower. with Our stupid misunderstandings, and He proaching person makes oo hu nerves of Dorman B. Eaten, and Wm. G. Thenholm, Many remember how, at the Sunday-schoo- l ia compelled to go by us, without blessing. touch in the face, and rflpecially on the of Charleston, 8. C, to succeed John M. maw meeting ehe recited so sweetly her lit- as ne wishes to. And this going by Btill eyes One day he mado an expedition on Gregory as CjmmiMioners of the Civil Ser- tle piece "Under tho Daisleu," and how she deepens ihemystcry and misunderstanding. unknown road, hixteen miles long, and had vice. They may ba good men but tbey clasped her hands in simple childish faith Aud it really comes to thi, that even when no other neddent than tbp humiliation of ia a most unin were never heard of before outside their and said, "I's not afraid where having asked his wiv of a horse. On the Dod is." blessings come to faith, it own State?, wo venture. telligent reception, that learns little or ice, blind skaters seldom collide, being She is with Him now. God wanted an anwhen the for future guidance, Thoman, It is given out that Judge will enter late gel and Minnie went, and to day, above the nothingare filled with gtfte. e7en mtl Ah guided by their acute sense of hearing. Ah N Y. Poet. the clouds, somewhere amid tho stirs, she feels hands Commissioner, Civil Service be known, bb field. Wo suppose it is bia inten- tbe presence of a Father'o love and gently ml When will our God lecture The Central Mcthoditl atye: "Ax Rev, "LOVE AND .NO THING ELSE," ev.n T. G, Roaley has been in three churches in John Bell Gidjo.v. tion to emphasize the already patent fact holds His hand. by His own children? "Teach me Thy tho Commission that be and his a lees number of yearn, be will be Able to A letter from Danville says all tbe office ways, O LORD," is a needed prayer. "He Jaw creating it, are frauds and and tbo male the grand round of nil the Becl beBickers in that section are nrxious to get a made known nis wys unto Moses," for swindles. fore be die, Bhould his life be spartd to a good Federal position for Judge Osreley, thladear friend of God had a receptive Mr Clfveland sent a rneage of con- "do that the cm cset lots for his judicial heart. I wonder if the little cblldrjn will ripe oldaage." The latent arrivald are James and Wil gratulation to Gov. Hill an folio ve: "I ermine," Should Judge OffUey determine find me out before I go down hill. If not returned from Buffalo and learn-e- d to stand for re election there ia not a man I Bhall, one day, call them all aroucd me linm Goodin, of East Iierneladt, Lanrel have just the result vhen nearly here. I heartily in tbe district who could defeat him. It h and tell them all about it. I know they county. One hundred and thirty is the congratulate you on your election. Grovtr said by some that, owing to his popularity will fairly howl to think of all the pice number now in attendance and eHveral may drop in before long- .- Dinf Cleveland." will bo a more here, Congressman McCrcrry is exceedingthey have los', but the les-o- n Mute, Danville. Cleveland went many hundred miles ly anx'ous to get him a fit Federal ap- good, though painful one, and may abide The crop of raMns grown in California to voto the Btraight deaocratio ticket, pointment beyond tbe limit of tho Eighth in all after life. God'n his increased from 1,C00 bnxrs nineteen Lexington Ob- Dft von my that I am fit homo all day but did not Congressional District. rvniiiinu & CUH.HAK SUCCESSORS TO I way of dealing, tna ye ytwf rj,o to 400,000 theprrcit loison. who wje, "A-think it worth his while to deposit a ballot. server. feree, Votlld A COCKsnd bullitorv from WaiblnRton ippears In (he Cincinnati Enquirer of Tuts-di- f, which from ft auinbtr of pointed re- GEO. O. BARNES. TIIE DEMOCRATS In-croas- shall recelv?'' Nit bo, dear reader. Hast tVou yet to learn that what God gives thee, Without tho asking, is at 100 to 1 6 tho gifts bestowed for the petitioning? ''Alk -- DEALER IN- and receive" is based upon low platform, sinful-nets- . made nncdful b our weakness and Baddies, Hardware, Horao Shoe, Groceries We shall never ak In Imavcn, for kren, QucenHwarc, HiiRtcy Whip Nails, Pure we will know God perfectly there. Buggy WlteclH, HtovcH, Cano BfflllH, Harnesfs, grace is rather this "Befdre they called I Grntct, Npoltc, Cider MIIIk, LnpCoTon, answered " "I waa found of them thnt IlliUK, Niouotrnrc, Corn MiellerH, CollHrs, sought Me not." To get for asking is good Surely it is. To trust, that asking shall be Oliver Chiliad, Champion Steel and Brinloy Combined Flow, Wooden" ano needless, i far bettor. Yet, well do I Cast Pumps, and tho Celebrated M ayfleld Elerator. Tin Bootknow that if wo will not rise to God He ing and Qnttoring will have prompt attention, will descend to in. That Is blessedly so. it. MetUtmey, Jonn Itrluht.Jr. But when will men learn thatGod at Ilia best (If I may reverently say it) it dercribed as. "Exceedingly abundantly above what wo TIIE NEW GKOOEIIY AM) IIA11DWARE HOUSE OF ask or think." My little, bright eyed, pretty bundles of 's ragi and dirt, at the "Station Stafl" quarter have taught me something I would not willingly let go. Mav you learn It too, my dear friends, for wluui I would go far and suffer much, if I micht only be a channel of blessing to Would kl, illy ink your atteitlon to the ftct that thy hire Juit returned from Ihe cities with lit, Ir li aoJ well iclcctcl stock of CIIOICK you. Krer in Jesus, Geo. O. IUiines W. H. HTGGIK S miiiiin ". Cap-tain- TAYLOR BROS FAMILY GROCERIES .,! nd OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY !. r.n.oi Tomwrm WMMm PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS- well-know- "Yl .Iff MssMl' msiji d d well-know- n He , UNDERTAKER, vsAim.iHf. ! Ala Iealei- in jou Style, pur-chsre- PLEASE DOrr FORGET ? That we carry the Largest Stock of Groceries, Hardware and ul e re-sp- tcs Queenswarc in the city; That we are Millers' Agents and wholesale depot for Flour and Meal; That our stock of Pleasure Vehicles, including' everything from a Hoard Cart to a Barouche, is always complete, And thai we guarantee Lowesf Prices, style and finish considered. Also, that we still handle the celebrated Wagons, "Old Hickory" and Mitchell. Big line of Farming Implements. Grain Drills, Turning Plows, both riding and walking, And all of which we guarantee at Lowest prices. BRIGHT I k v- - MMMMMMtMtottttiSttMttitM naI ft & STAGG, IS, Rav J. C. Hideo, of A LAMP exploded in Ramsey's batcher held a shop and set firs to it Tuesday night but the meeting in the Biptirt chureh nt Shelby New tea, dinner and chamber rela just large crowd that the report drew together villo, which resulted in 37 additions The meeting at t'o Christian church Novembor 0, 1885 received at A. A. Warren' "Model Gro- put it out before much damage was done. Stanford, Ky., after lasting three weeks and a day closed cery." J. W. Hayden and R. 8 Lytlo will with a grand total of 07 additiocs, a A .LOCAL TIME CARD. lor formol to the tbickne's of half an unite their stocks as soon as they can in- larger number than at any mtctinj since I. voice, for the purpose of closing out to Aall train going North ......- Its r.u. inch Monday niht. 'l'hu frost was yery move to Kansas Jan. 1st, '80. You will Rev. George O. Birnes' memdrable revival 14 ' 11 so r. x. heavy. " Boath..... PHAR1CEUTIS here. This mikes 07 additions to the 1 M A.M. -. &xpre strain" Boutta... worn, ii ii ... .....m 2 vO A.M. Price, Two hunJred and fifty thous- save money by waiting to buy your fall Christian church this year and the pastor, for sale by goods until this arrangement is perfect Eld. John Bell Gib'on, feels that he has IhesuOTeli calculated oa standard time. Bolar and, hard and ed. Henry llaughman. tmeU about SO utnuUa fatter, reason to be profoundly thankful. Eld. Died, at 1 o'clock Wednesday, of dyph- - O. P. Wi I amscn, wl o held the meeting, New Bornhum, Hominy, Cranberry Wnll Paper, LOCAL NOTICES. Wines. Mimical sauce, Pickles, Cream cheofe at X. A. War- theria after two weeks' illness, Minnie is an oInj lent and cap'dyati ng speaker, Chemicals, Bookte, Llriuor Iusfruemoiit. Boy your school booki from Penny & ren's "Model Grocery." Bailey, daughter of John B. Mcrshon, aged and Iih has written his name in letters of Hinlioncry, Clears, oVi Jt'OCICGt McAlUter. 0 years. She was a bright, promising gold on the hearts of the hundred, who rauMiin, "" ti.,ti , Lamps, McHoiieiiTuA 8TAno are headquarter Fon RrNT. The store-rooPerfumery, roiiieens. I am occu- child and the loss which her parents sus- tbeked to Hear him exponnd the gospel. Firo Arms, Mnchln for amunttion, pying I olTer for rent from Nov. 9th to Jan. tain is great indeed, while the sympathy of Onr JoTfclry, SIlTenrnro and Optical Goods Department la In filmronnSli Or "Dick" the Junction City Herald says: Tho,. Richard's, Guns at all prices at Mcltoberta & 1st, 'fcfl with a privilege of a two years' friends is but poor consolation. f itIio trill Repair and fltairjr'i, from $2.50 to $100. "Mr. Warren has been faithful and efficient stylo. lease. RH.Lftle. The Governor has appointed Rinsom as an attorney for the one term that ho has CoMTLCTE atock of school hooks and We were shown yesterday a bsautiful Carrot) to be a Justice of the Peace in the served the people in echool euppllcs at Moltoberta A StacK'1' thtt capacity. He is Watcheh and Jewelry repaired on shortr. painted pUcijue, the work of the sifted lit- place of R. II. BrnniugS, resigned, and an able lawyer and a thorough gentleman, notice and warranted by Penny A McAlIa-e- tle artist, Mirs Mar Mcllober'Ji. It is one John EIIN, in the place of L. B. Adams, and is altogether wjrthv of the votes of the of tho liarnlwmwit things of the kind wo remored to Alabama, The additions to people. He was born within a mile of BUY Uip Has Ho Remedy, the original and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl-late- r. have wen, and the young lawyer for whom the bedy does not materially improve it Junction City, and, in his early boyhood it was made has civen additional joy to the With two or threo exceptions we have now he, with n pick of hotlnd nl St. Hubert's A coMri.rTE stock of Jowolry, latent heart of his petite a by presentthe weakest set of magistrates that hae breed, unmatched for rotirJge and far speed, style. Rockford watehen n specialty. Pen-n- y ing it to her. ever erved tho county. mode rabbits and f xes traverse almost A McAliKtfr. mi Tttn war the L. & N. runs now it Is ex on which Junction us that he every foot of informs PERSONAL. M. J. W. ceedingly convenient for persons lo go to has made a calculation bated upon the as City now stands. He i a neighbor, a Is vtaitinc Louisville. The limo Is only about 4 hours Ml1- Maiiiiie Nf.wi.aN seniors' returns, and finds that 20 cents en neighbor's son ar.d a ne'ghbor's grandson relative ai Lmcmtrr. and a man can lene here nt 2 o'clock in the hundred dollars for a school building and dfser7es the recoiti jo not only aa DEALER IN.. Coi. John 11. Fish, of Mt. Vernon, the afternoon, have two bouts in Louisville will bring each year $1,200, nuking, J3.G00 such, but ss a servan' of the people, who attended court this week. and be back at 1 A m , or he can leave here for the three years or about $3,300 net. has been trim to tic inut oonfi led to him Mas W (1 WVlci went to IxinK at 2 A. M , have about the ramo time in Tho sheriff has been authored to proceed in the pas'. !. Ion WeJneml.iv ti see Dr. J. V. Uox, who Louisville and return here at 12 ISO, only with (he collection. A site for the buildRev. I)r George Jeffrey, of GlascDi, 10) hours out. Then if l.e chco'es ho can is quite ill. ing has not yet been selected. Scotland, ha preac'iivl more U an forty- R R CtrvriiY, Jn.tiwb'en apjioinud leave at 2 A M., have nil day in Louisville, The of name Jndgu Thomas W. Vsrnon six years to l e "true congregation. To Hmlllory.lu place and be back here at 1 A M the r cxl mornstore hiciwr at I'raykr' r of hi f irmr psp'hioners, now i New ofJudjjo 1.7''e, rodgtied. ing. TIjp road was never managed better appears in our crowing list of candidates. one He desires to succd himsplf as County York merchant, Dr Jeffrey explained the cornet'ondent is a than at presrnt, Oimi LanotHer Judge, which office he hns filled since thn secret of his b ?ng able to interest the sm S'. T. Ilurdttt, if Corpiralnon: UorMl Aprr.i: considerable dehbertKin nd In en death of Judge Brown in a mo)t accept- audience o long "I read every new book you please, of th Owsley Rifles. dtflererce to the wlshw ot hs friends, able manner, his knowledge of law ard that had a besrinfc- - u.ion my special work," Miu S J. Km buy In returned from Judge W. O, Hansford hat decided to his promptness to act as duty requires be said "and make extraeti from it, and inL'XtPKltin, whither elm went lo seo her make the race for tho democratic nominamakirhim fully capable of discharging dex them, to tl a at any moment I can Is rutenJmi: the Slate College eon, Jj', who tion for County Attorney and his announce on him. find them when wanted. In this wny I Mn OcoHrtE McVmbteu, who went to ment sppcars elsewhere in this piper. The the multifarious duties impored from moving in a rut. I work He looks and feels at homo on the bench keep myt-el- f Uulivllle with the hope of catchinu the Judge is a good lawyer, a trne man snd the pople are mighty apt to keep as hard as I ue to at twenty, and I keep thief who etoe his clothe at.il watch, w.is and fully capable of filling tho o flier, so far ahead with my sermons that there him there for another term at leant. any clew to the rascal. unable lo which is vastly more important than is are always ten or fi'teen distinguished ones RlNic.-TheG- old & Silver Bind and gem-rallrensidered, in a m5st satisfactory LOCAL MATT Ens. lying in my drawer ready to rercive the Houso will run manner. He has offered for office on sev- tho manager of the Opera of my la'et nal'ngs. I cll them Klsi-A it Knohdy line of clothing at elected u number the Rink in psrtncrship this season ncd eral occasions and bet-'sleeping sermons,' but ii Is they that Bleep night at 7 o'clock in grand Levi's. of times, rorrirg always with credit, but will open to and not the people that hear them IN ADDITION TO OKOCEKIE3 AND 1'BOVISIONS. HE KEEI'd style. The band which won great praise C'Att i)AH of nail received to day. Bright when defeated for a nomination as he was at the watering places and fain at which it agnlnt Maj. Rlgnoy, for State Senator, a A Metral'. played this year, will give a number of i's SETV ADVKBTIRr.aE5Tt. brought us by Mr CjIc Oof few years ago, l.o accepts the situation in best selections, and a treat The big m in music alone true democratic spirit and never sulks fey had three jellowa In It. A new outfit of tho celebrated Tho speech he made on the occasion re- - Is promised. T. Sf . PE.VM.VGTOX and ferrd t was one of tho best of the kind we ' Globe Skates," has been purchased and a hi4 Una of Circular iv'iX rrieivl enjoyCndldte for New Markets at Ktass A Levi's. lit to ttie set on otCountj Clerk oi Lincoln, tuttheard and added many friend i to his everything will be arranged for the ever tho Democracy. of ment of those who attend. Admission for ed A cotsideratkn molasM-Hir.-l'tirml t.iw crop already long Ilet. Nt' gentlemen 25 cents, ladies free. Skating his claims is repeclfully asked by his JUDGE W. O. HAXSFORD N 0 Husar at Bright A Metcalfe. free. Skates furnished at 25 cents. The friends. is the musical programme for Ii CUnJIJalo for County Attorney oi Lincoln, following A HEAlTirui. lice of Amberetta juil aritiljcctto the action of the Democracy . CmcciT Couut. According to the proof to night: "Mixlsl Grocery."' rived a A. A. Worr-- h' admitted in tie trial, there has never been VI 1ST. lAT JUDGE T. IV. VARXOX Wk havr an abundance of coal on hands. a cae before tho court here, with but one i. Korppiugh's Apgrejstlon OTcrture..SouthwelI Southwell. Ii aCandldate for to the office of Counexception, in which there appeared so little 2. drest Inter Ocean Much Please leave your orders at the store ty Judge, lutject to the action of the Democracy. BucsIomI. 3. Mj Queen Walli of extenuation as in that of Henry Roberts Weblj. Bright A Mitcslf. 4. Excursion Tolki for the killing of Nick Benedict, which II. Latirllc -- Baritone tolo by J. Y. Vteri...Innei. flavoring ex was on trial when we went to press Monday A int.viTof all kinds of INTKBimSIO. BUILDERS ATTENTION ! tracts, fruit coloring and sawing machine night. The crime amounted almost to Ve of Youth C. WalU-Jo- yi W now prepared kinds lam. ollsjrt rodvsl at A. A Warren's "Model ..8chact. licr In arc rough xnd to lurnlah allnlanlns olmil a. and yet the jury after reporting 7. Tlio Skaters (Jalap tho nucnti for -- ..Webb' Keep conttanlly on hand .Irenl flooring, celling, 8. Song and Dance Bonnie Berths Urrcery." that they could not agree, finally agreed af doon, sjib, blind. tuouIllL Blchard. wather-boardic9. Polka Mtsurka renelope , at rE tit line, of hiitng etove, coal vis ter bring held all night Tuesday, to give 10 Andante snl (Jalop Dandy Petteo Ac38tl lowett prices. nillGUT A JIFTCA LF. e, kitchen atls, Ac, befoin Imying. The him but lit years in the penitentiary, just MARRIAGES. largest ami cSeipe-- l lot In town, llricht three more than he agreed to take and not go into trial. We learn from tho jury that 13 ad AMetralf Mr. ThnniM W.Gooch, FOR EENT. whrn they first went to their room they Mh Dxla B Horton, a year bia junior, Untgii ItwuraioeCo, of PhiladelTltE -- MY IlOU412 jVIVO LOTstood six for 21 years and six for a less were married at Mr. J. V. II irton'n y phia, Judge Philip) agent, paid my lots m time, none, however, below five years. The L On Danrllle ATenue, lu wtanf .rd. The houo conf jli witb'n two weeks sfier the fire and well liaprov-o- l, tains 7 rootm. cellar anil porch. youth of the defandtnt and the etatcmint The Ion talked of marriage of It v. recommending it to insurestable with rt stall, bunt house, waon stie-1- , tnke plren ire In which partially came nut in prorf thai John M Brtu-e- , of tho Bipllat church, to coil and smoke houses a d a cittern, all r-. f. M?es new at.d In good repair. L'nq lire nu preiulsca. Benedict had a4:.ii!td Roberto' sis!er, is MIm ihtughter of the late Itev. a. IS. JIJUtmlAS. Wl Blle Tvre, A T Nu.nnkli.ey Iim moved his stock all thn' caved bis neck or kept him from a W. T. Tf rer, announced to recur at thi ofharneiMto the room formerly occupied life term. Judgo Saulley in arguing thn Bapliat church here, next Wedneedav at 1 by Dr J. P. Peyton over h"n Livery Sta-b'- e, case did not plead for acquittal, but ingeni- r. M. STANFORD. KY Mr. Benjamin II. Rldgely, one of the whicn ho will eell at cot for end) for ously worked in tho unproven charges to . Proprietor clients great benefit. Mom. Robert brightest ynuoe journalists In tho countrv, W. P. WALTON, his the next sixty day. Harding and R. C. Warren both mede and MI Fronle Brannln, youngeat drtuirh-te- r BUcof Stage, 20xM, EUht complete ecta of Jamfs asn Wm.Seveuakcb, under tt.c strong seches for the prosecution. Seating capacltr, tnclndlng gallcrr, COj of Mr. A. O Brannln, were married in Ik'aaonabln rates to iooi attractions. Addfi. 3rm namn of Severance Bros., will open h eif Djlph Bailey, who killed Louisville, Monday niuht, nt the reeiJerce The trial -first clat rjstaurant and onfectionery in Howard Dudley, another nejro in 1SS3, ref Mr. T. (I. Oiylonl, the brother in hw Met-eal- f, the atrre room next door to Bright A AGENTS ANTED ! sulted in his arquittal, tho jury retiring of the bride. on Mond.ly, Nov. 9,1835 but a few minutes. Hon. T. P. Hill, Jr., A quiet wedding took place nt tbo Don't fall to come to the Rink early and distinguished himself in the defense in this bo'pitftble home of Mr. and Mrs. Andy TUe 1'eoitte'n CvcloiiciUa, the Gold A Silver Band play Pore ore and made a rprech, which showed Oibaon, in South Somerset, on last Thura Farm ami ktorfc icloietlltt, -THEThnninon'H Jleilicul Atlvtxff. day afternoon. Their dauehter Amanda, Bryant patigbV Aggregation Overture as played in from what block he was chipped. X'lunver JllHtovu. WedAddress Tho grand jury finally adjourned ami a highly respected young lady, was marIt rep hie circus at every performance LOUISVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE. 11 indictments, ried to Mr. Ilourne Newell, a well known THE CAPITAL PUBLISHING CO. Stratton. ressn s CarMmas time, introducing Sleigh nesday after returning P. O. Box. 459, CINCINNATI, O. and industrious vounr farmer of this vicin Bill, Fire Arms, and etc. The G. A 8 mostly for misdemeanors. June George T. Bill was indicted for the mur- ity, Rev. Mr. Jamea cfficlatlnr;. , Bhort-hanPeomanshlp.Type-wdllngbig hit on it at tho watering place Banting, Arithmetic, Ac. It Is the only made a der of his father and a bench warrant has lion City Herald. CO3I31ISSI0VEIVS SALE past season. Music promptly at 7. toe Collage In this section wherein ia taught as bocks are kept by the best and been issue 1 for him. The trial of Robert Mr. Harry Riney, who traveh for the bankers, and a thorough practical knowledge of account given, lias the latest and beet arranged the L. A N. passenger condactci8 Chappell for tho murder of Joe Jones is set Lexington Rolling Mills and appears to be All are bring supplied with now uniforms, for next Tuesday, and that of William a Gne business mau and a clever gentle- Two Good Tracts rooms of any College) In the West. Thousands ol eucccssful graduates testily to tho aboTe. Gr4v which give them iiuito a dandyish appear- I locker, negro, for attempted rape on a t e man, captured the heart of Mis Joeie atra hare no trouble In obtaining good situations. Call cr addrcrs KnobLand. ance. The brakemen too are putting r.n gro girl, for to day. Brady, the pretty daughter of Mr. F. D & Xionisvillo College, are now re- Uy virtuo of a judgment and oide of sale mido airs. The litters "I. A N The trial of John Waddlo for the killing Brady, and obtaining her consent to by the Lincoln Circuit Court at Its October Cor. Third and Jeflenon, LOUISVILLE, KY. t, to be worn on each coat collar, of 8am Murphy, at Kings Mountain in they Ihw to Cincinnati Wed. tvrtn lfcH, lu tbM action of Wyatt Bandldge's heirs bis wife, made in g I ' tot conductors and in sliver 1811, was brgun Wednesday. The neaday, accompanied by Mr. Newell El- ts. Wyatt Sandldge'a heirs, I will on for brakemen proof was that Murphy bad called Waddle more, a relative of the prospective bride. TncHday, Xovciulxsr lOlli, 1SS5, at Pueblo, as nof a b h and was standing with his The intention of the couple was to marry At the late residence of Wyatt SandldKe. ilewl .. M. D Cnow, now postmaster knife drawn when the defendant threw a yesterday morning end we suppose that about two utiles nortn or Jliliea jdTllle, In I.li.Col., eent a remembrance in the shape of a county, Ky.,ollerat public auction the folbjtile aainst bis head, crushing his before this thty have been made one fiesb, coin uncrlbeu real mate lowing cnckfor$25 to his old nurse, Ameiica beer 1st. A tract of about XOS acres of land, lyloz he died. He was only Good luck and happiness to them. between tba turnpike and railway and South HarVantis, a few days ago. and her old hus- skull, from which MERCHANT TAILOR. ris Creek. This Is all good funning land, In Que Hirrison Yantls, was so proud indicted for manslaughter. Cj). Thos. Z. band, Undo state ot culttTation bin has no bouse upon It. RELIGIOUS. Moirow, of Somerset, and Welch A Sauf-le2d. A tract of about HIS acres of land lrtne of it, that became all the way to town to Crtwlc and on each alda of the represented him and the case was argued Rev. Mr. Tennent is dead in Evans-vill- juit North of Karris Terr uesirauie iarin, ananas turnpue. inisisa hafe it "put in the paper." There are two on it a good, new frauio dwelling and other outSiuflay and Warren yesterJay by Morrow, Ark , aged 115. He preached for 90 buildings I bavo received and still receiving happy old hearts now in this county at and submitted. The jury was not long in ycari. 8d. A tract of about 1(10 acres ol timbered land leist. Rev. J. E. Triplett will preach at Mc adjoining the dower lands of the widow of Wyatt finding a verdict of involuntary manslaughSandldge. Kinney on next Sabbath at 11 o'clock A. Mn. T. M. Penninoton, who is annoui c ter and fixing a fine of $50. 4th. A tract of about 0acrs of knob land near MUleJgevlUe. iraue, wantB it d for County Clerk in this Comprising the best In the market, which will be Griu'g, tho same fellow who killed M. and 7 o'clock r. m. Sam Stb. A tract of about 30 acres of knob land on understood that be is not just now beccm-- a a negro with an axe and got in trouble here Rev. G. V. I'erryman writes that he tho waters of White Oak Ureek, d each tract. eaili, re Tkrms. candidate, but as in the r'ng oven before last election day, wus tried yesterday for and Rav. C. M. Rilev held a meeting near malnder n For equal Installments, payable lu one Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Nono in City or Country. two Is a clever, and two years, with Interest from date. withdrew. Ho Mr. GIvo Me a Trial. stealing n i)itol from Jasper Mason. His Owentcn, which reeulted in 50 additions For further Information apply to V. W. Jeierving man, with much knowledge of counsel, T. P. Hill, Jr , admitted the steal or I. C. Saadldg i un thu premises The Lincoln County Bible Society will lE-- I. IT. tl. WELCH, be duties cf tbo office ho desires, has a tng nml attempted to prove that the value meet at the Baptitt church next Sunday 63 til Master Coai'r L. C. C. would postponed from last Sunlarge family and needs tho money It of trie weapon was below that which con- nisht, having been bring him. With an extensive relationship stitutes a penitentiary effsnro The jury day night. and a host of friends ho thinks his chances decided that it whs petit larceny and gave A meeting of tl c Christian churches of good for the nomination. Lineolu county will be held In Stanford him a year in tho county tail, where be beizinninrt Friday night. Nov. 13 and con PAnTirH indebted to tho firm of Bright will not earn his salt. Can alwaja beteeurtil by you, If you are a competent Sliortluttul Writer, This you maybe- Judge Osrsley has not decided upon the tinning until the llh. P. II. DancaD, Slate A Curran must come forward and Bcttle im come In a lew months, at tery little espeme, by ectcricglbe Evangelist, J. B. Jones, account in now duo and application of Carson for a new trial but it Sunday-scho- ol Your melintely. State Church E7anReliat, S. W. Crutcher, Sliorllmiul Institute nt Xonisrlllc, Ity., or Xnsluille, Teim. the fact of parlies btltiK good does not pay is not likely ho will grant it. Two juries preachhurts and many sorts of ails of While Short band and Typewriting claims our sole attention, o ir students ran reeelre the Terr best good oi bave pronounced lilm guilty and none of Jesce Walden and other prominent amounts, sill I want ctery one, promised man and beast need a cooling tuition In PENMANSHIP, AUITIIMETIC and EOOK-- i EEPINd at greatly nduced rales. If yot the latt tury, which gave him five year, ers are on programme and have poor, to come aim hwmb""" ur can not ccmoto us, for IefB than two and from thai to ten to attend. Ample provisions will be made was lotion. Mustang Liniment. rounts or give a bankable note. I can not years. Should the judoe refuse a new trial, lVo Can Teach You by 3Iail ns ThoroitKb. by tho church at Stanford to entertain all afford to loope lime and money wailing lo one of the attorneys tells us that bo will when take the ono to tho Court of Appeals, who may attcni from a distance. Every Senil for Circulars to Prolrsacr H. A. II ALII, Triticeal Shorthand Irnlltute. AJdrOM htm either accommodate parties who cau teltlo cunenl-eLpoint for your-MiIMp, 'Iciim., or LoulsUIUs Hy,,hlibeTer is the ri . church In the ontihly i req'Htcd lo pflnd thev Irv nod do not proKeo to do so. Veiy whilo another thinks they have done nil client that they .ihould do. delegate. for their Bright A Cuiran. Pri.KKDrn variety of canned goods nt T R. Walton'. M'ROBERTS, Opera Houso Block, , .- well-burne- , .i m ....i. Stanford, Ky., i Df8 WhS't TX3ZE CHZIELAJP G-ROOB- B. sreet-hea- . Ai-coit- T. R. s WALTON, j ,i ii m Sin o in I O r w nl s And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. Tin-- , Glass- - ' and Queensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- s, Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. cl SALEJffi - It School Supplies: Baskets, Bags, Slates, Pencils, Pens and Holders, Ink, &c. cl 1 OPERA HOUSE, US Corner Main and Somerset Sts. is the best place to buy. br g, Book-keepi- book-keepe- Farms S3 be-co- Bryant Stratton Business An-gus- H. C. RUPLEY, y e, NEW GOODS FOK FALL &WINTEE C. One-thir- 1 San-did- RUPLET. Well Paid Employ luent! All Sorts of uh t ll. K-- R?.ec'Hil!f, jk Let Us Give Thanks. The President has issued tho followirg proclamatior: 33C The American people have always abunUP HILL CHANGES. dant criue to be thankful to Almighty fSi.X alin.. M.a,nl.fi,l nam unit frmnlna nAnil n.-- " m From Frjtestantism to English Ritualism, IVJUU, tiuucg nniiruiu. v . hon nun! fen id) in everr staee of chang-hbl- e is your God Brother Baukm, their national life, guarding and protectGod? or do the elements of change reet ing them in time of peril, and safely lead conf.&Mton with the "ETnceliii'?"-Cree- il1 ne nour ' darkness and dan in? tliow and even church organisations were repudiger. It is tittln anu proper mat a niuou ated 07 the Evangelist years ago, and the thus favored should on ono day in overy cw.it change of the "Mountain Evame year, for that purpose especially appointed, lilt," mpccifully, augtreatii tbe abiTO que.-tiopublicly acknowledge the goodness of God The Mountalu Apoitle, you know, and return thanks to Htm for nil His gra onie veara ago Marled out from bluegraas cioua gifte. plains to evangelize and convert the hea Therefore I Grover Cleveland, President then world, that is, the hilly country of of the United States of America, do hereby eastern Kentucky, with a sort of picked up, designate and set apart Thursday, tho 26th aii going Protestantism, trimmed with a dsy of November, instant, as a day of pub gospel, which doctrines the (tee lie thanksgiving and prayer, and do invoke Evangelist like the good Biptiit did bis the observance of the same by all the peo immersion- -' sprinkle" though all his ser ple of the land. On that day let all secumons in the hilly Gentile world, being prolar business be suspended, and let the peofessedly guided by a revelation from an unple assemble in their usual placo of worerring God, who is all love and nothing ship, and with prayer and songs of praise else, "praise the Lord." Our "MounUin devoutly testify their gratitude to the GivEvangelist," in his good work did go, er of every good and perfect gift for all and preach, just aa the Lord told him that He has done for us in the year tbat hB to do, in all tho nations of this mountain past, for our preservation as a united naOU3 country, and the Evangelist, in his tion, and for our deliverance from the good work, did convert and bring a multiah ck and danger of political convulsiono, tude of einnerj to confess Jesus, of such for the blessings of peace, and for our safe we hope "as shall ba raved." And this ty and quiet while wars and rumors o( wars too, without the aid of discipline?, creeds have rgitated and alllicted other nations of .or confeesions to assist in discipling these the earth, fcr our security agiinst the Gentile nations, and bring (them to a free scourge of neslilence. which in oth salvatioa. 'Taise the Lord." Bat someer ltnda has claimed its dead by thous how or other the EriogelHt wasj'suddenly anda and filled the streets with mourneeid with a sjmereiult tumble -- another; ers; for plenteous crops which reward the changs cime over him may be God chang-edlabor of the husbandman and increase our may be another God appeared en tun na'ion's wealth, and for the contentment ecene, and opened up a now road from an throughout our borders which follows in estabeasy, free Protestant theology, to the the train of our prosperity and abundance. lished yoke of BrilUn's Ritualistic Creed-olog- y. Anl let there also be on tho day thus set Wuere the motive of thi9 great apart a reunion of families sanctified and chaoge, brother? Wis your God of all love chastened by tender memories and awcia-t!on- s. insufficient to fulfill his promise? and your and let the social intercourse 0.' faith and truU in him too weak for future renew blue-g- ra frienda with pleasant reminiscence, depeudenct? Or v,a? it because of the deposits (he ties of affection and strengthen forage getting short, or rather bonda of kindly feeling. And let us by no in the E7angellsi's ccflers setting low? give thanks and enr salva- means forget, while we Verily, thiij "flip" out of joy the comforts which have crowned our tion and a "flip" into Britain's sure road to livep, that truly grateful hearts incline to a spiritiwj religion of creeda and confesdeeds of charity, and that a kind and sions (or nalvation, is something very queer thoughtful remembracce of tho poor v. I I in the good EraczelUt, if his God is an double the pleasures of our condition and God. Was the road up hili? render onr praise and thanksgiving more Certainly it was a long way round; via Is acceptable in the sight of the Lord. lctoriu'n tho rael Abraham to Qjeen Done in the city of Washington thia 2 peti ology, established with prayer-booday of November, one thousand eight huntions an confesnum all along the and of the indepen dred and eighty-five- , did you make the "rifil" that is dence of the United States, the one hunbeen admitted? Well, whit do they do dredth and tenth. Gnovrit Cleveland. when they install a minister over thert? y By the President. T. F. Bayard, stall and tiuiall boy, "Do they put him in a Scini-MceMiiIritcrior loatnal CI Mil DATES. A.T For Instant Dse As a reliable remedy, lu cases of Croup, Whooping Cough, or sudden Colds, E. Is a Candldalofor Assessor, lut'Ject to tho action ol the Democratic party. I. KENNEDY Mnsoiilioimor's Restaurant OrrosiTB CounT-IIous- c POrt COUCMG nnu ufto JP USfc DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY, Meals are aerved at all houri. Oame always on hand and In lit season, oysters fresh flsh, and similar dollcacles served In all atrtr-- and oil short notice, look out for the sign" Woodbine Itestau-rant- " and call when you are hungry. JF. H". J1AHOK1IE1J1K11 .1) CO., Danville, Ky. a 1 n. and for the prompt relief and euro of throat and lung diseases, Aycr's Cherry Pectoral Is invaluable. Mrs. E. O. Edgerly, Council Bluffs, Iowa, writes: "I consider Aycr's Cherry Pectoral n most important remedy for homo use. I bavo tested its curative power, in my family, many times during the past thlity years, and have never known it to fall. It will tho most serious affections of tho throat aud lungs, whether lu children or adults." John II. Stoddard, Petersburg, Va., writes : "I have never found a medicine equal to GEOKGE S. CARPENTER for Coanty Clerk, subject to tho tion of the Democracy. SMl Ii a Candidate ac- J. M. JOII.NNON sub- rose-wat- Cherry Pectoral for the prompt relief of throat and lung diseases peculiar to children. I consider It an absolute euro for all such affections, awl am never without It lu tho house." Mrs. L. E. Ilorman, 187 Mercer St., Jersey City, writes: "I havo always fouud Ayer's Cherry Pectoral useful In my fam ily." U. T. Johnson, Mt. Savage, Md., writes: "For the speedy euro of Midden Colds, and for tho relief of children afflictg ed with Croup, I have never found equal to Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It Is the most potent of all tho remedies I have ever used." V. II. Stickler, Terro Haute, Irul., writes: "Ayer's Cherry Pectoral cured my wife of a severe lung affection, supposed to be Quick Consumption. AVe now regard tho Pectoral as a household necessity." E. M. Urainerd, Minn., writes: "I am subject to BrouchitN, and, wherever I 50, am always suie to have a bottle of any-thinIJrcck-enrid,'c, AYER'S Thia notlco forewarns hunter, flihermeu tramps notto Irwpaason our landi without and ai all inch acu aro liable to bo proiccuteJ iu iwuiuui'ii cxieui 01 (no law. oignod.' J. M. Marrin, C. H. bauipjon, Is a Candidate lor tho office of Jailer of Lincoln a. v., lucccr, county, subject to primary election of the DemCraig Lynn, J. . I.ynn. ocrats party. J. I.. Murphy, 11. D. liaughman, W. T. Tucker, John A Jas. Smith, Adam Pence, J. E. Lynn, A. J, Daughe rty, SAVXDEI18 W. Mri. Mary C.Matbeny. la a Candidate lor Jailer, subject to the action ol the Democracy. Alienor of Lincoln county, ject to tbo action ol tho Democracy. I a Candidate fur POSTED. WILLIS C. IMItXETT 1 c T. (Ol-lu- i) WrW Th. " LLimV!p ysrivn B - J. Ii a Candidate . S.VOPE LUMBER! "'EET 1 1 !' tf for m tmjs VB1 .. to tho action of the Democracy. for County Clerk of Lincoln, subject GEUHGE 1$. COOPEIt an-uoi- nt la a candidate for Cou nty Clerk of Lincoln, subject to the action of tho I emocratlc party. Dressed Pino Flooring, Ceiling, Woathor .Boards, linlshing Lumber, Green Lnmber in tho Rough, including Laths and Shingles. For the convenience of our cuitomera In and vicinity we havo arranged with . HUn-for- fr.m i .tsanm.tistik.rHumt la ir. .fib. i.a. St.i.t, .mill th. is.iiih.ta uml !! tt.ii i tiia.l.ili( iirnmui rrlul.u lb. I loowai iNpM.fm rflo l.f ih.otlr m.rsl.f wib, tat .Una-- ! H. cMl Ii mi, v rii ii lin 9 It. ftlM n.mbit.bollat ..1 wh. NitiiM un Illn",jrlnrlrl. la Ih. nmlrla Ust ef it. .11 a.lll,n.it. lb. tn. m.itc Cll.koil. ..atalat.ll en.ai ano.n Mi u.i. ib CMib 'rba-ti- nt d JAMES P. BAILEY Ian candidate for Circuit Clerk, subject to the tion ol the democratic party. ac- ofourLumbvr, where they can get It aa cheap aa from u direct. Ho will alto make eatlmaiee for any bills not on ban Ii, which we will fill on abort notice. U.I17N. Lily, tfy. II en rcil to keep on hli yards nnuaorlment . tit aail WALTER A. TAYLOlt. i.. i mnnraa lit rai krprkt M.nb.. DiMai.f u) CblUita r.mxl; t.t l.a.umiU.a lltw.DV O. gwltrGl-- oJ m r.i.tabU, Ctb, .lt'il'i.V.D TnUlBi. a'actKU. Holh for sale by Dr. M. L. BOUnNK, aar Atlanta. Oa. Cukdiiu o Cre.p, .V9 r.liU.bf Stanford. T. D. NEU'LANH la n ranaldate forSherin of Lincoln counly, jeet to the action of the democracy. sub- - TO TJIELADIES MoKINNEY AND VICINITY. I am receiving a handromellneof LOGS WANTED. I will pay the highest price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and W. JL. DAWSON Ii a candidate for Jailer ol Lincoln County, sub ject to the action of the Democratic party. Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, ject 13 the action of tho Democratic party. FAIX & - SAM. M. OWENS Which I Invite- the ladle, ol McKlnney and vlcln-Itto call and examine. Alo a nice line of lilhboniln latest styles lor ilresxxa. WINTER MILLINERY, y sub- lleictrully, Jlrn.Jt. V. TAHt.KIl. Ayer's Ghoriy Pectoral with me. It N without a rival for the euro of bronchial affection." PKKrAIlCP I1Y Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass. Tor sale by all Druggists. rose-wate- Ague Cure IS WAKKAXTKD to euro Fecr and Aguo, Intermittent, or Chill Ketcr, Fever, lhimb Ague, IJIIIous Fever, Dengue (or llreak-bonr- " Ivcrj, Liver Complaint, and all diseasis arising from Malarial polions. AYER'S We are agents for the old and reliable John Church Lo.,of Cincinnati. Ohio, for the sate of Organs, Automatic Musical Instrumrnte aod JIuslcal Merchandise In Lincoln and Uarrani counties, Kenlucky. Jlontlilu I'ltlltmitt C. WAIIKEX received until raid for. l,vnt Mtnmlttrtl Co., maker Nn,Wm. Knal.v New Ilaseltnii Jtroa., to tho ofSce ol j lor la a Candl Decker A Lverett and l.ngbud Attorney ol the 8th Judicial DlS' either upright or square. In Orpins, the Pianos g follow-lemakers; dough A Warren, Jehn trict, subject to the action oft ho Democracy. thurch A Co. and the Sterling, with tbo latent llvllHAttneliment. WADDLE The Vvlvxt von, an Automatic Musical InO. strument, toe most perfect In the world. Illustrated catalogues sont Irce lo all who apply, la Candldato for Commonwealth's Attorney of the 8th Judicial DIr'r!ct, subject to the action of also the best rererencxs from those who have bought and tried any of t bo above muslca Instruthe Democratic parly. ments. Adirws us at HtanfurJ. k'r as County Attorney, la a Candidate for subject to the action of the Democratic paity. I). It. OAKl'ENTEIl PIANOS, OHQAIVM, MUSIC, Ac a. Hickory Logs delivered at any station of the L. &N., K.O. orO. S.B. R. J. 0TTENHEIHER, Crnb Orchard, Ky 1 V-- . It. Jt Mr n II. h fjnio IllO'i I MISSISSIPPI B. W The Direct Iteute to , St. Louis & tho West Northwtst and foutbwt tr the way of .OUI.SVII.Tal2orOI.CI.A'ATI. direct lonneetlou at luts with the Light-nin- e , 1. 1 pro., on the Ohtu A mii. .!,.,( Iau1s and all points Went. r fmui tu'svllle er ban um. being two hours quicker than nj- - other line, giving our for meals an J first choice uf sxals In trains gclng West. TuOxaha and than t, any Ine going hj way f Chlra,, 1 8'-'- rr 1 bTANFORD, KY. OSce South side Main Street, two doors abev. thn Mt.ti HoUh Puio Nitrous UxlJe Gas Julnlstre4 wbnr 5UlrM. tituitu IiEB ii'. c - . HUPrMAN, : i J-- rs 'jr i s- s. it. A l. j. coon. MYERS HOTEL! STAHTgORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr All Trains tiMt8S!sil the r. un, flncln-J-y.-Q-UU- k road-Brothe- Fee-retai- out immediately retired. The next morn-inv rnnrAnr-he went to a church in the neighborDid you have a special oil in this last Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Masa. revelation? "Yes, while lying awake otic hood He wan ushered into a pew near the Sold by all Druggists. nijht in June Mst, the Lord appeared to altar The pew had already one occupsnt in it, however. Tnis ws a handsome uie ami told rue to j in the Caurch of tbat it mu God' cltoren church, young lady. Sae was very handsome. A formed by Ujd nitaelf." The good Evan- slender, delicate figure draped in gry gelist, riijht there and then, saw thia new eiik, with a wealth of blonde hair coiled road or church, ia tne way, "as beautiful ai about her graceful head. Thia was all the in time. Kidney discnfcs may bo prevented the moon, za bright as the sun and as ter- General could see at the first glance, but he by purifying, renewing, and invigorating the blood with Aycr's Sarsaparilla. When, rible as an army with banners." Toen in felt in that moment that the young lady through debility, the action of the kidneys before him was the only one whom ho he "flopped" and noiv tells us that the I perverted, these organs rob the blood of Gecer-sl'Caurch of Ealaid or Episcopal church ciuld eyer love. Until now the ite nocded constituent, albumen, which Ii time hud beu too much taken up with pwicd off iu is the "Oldest in the world, the purest, the tho urine, while worn out bid 1." Comfoit and hope fill ruy)hesrt now. buisneaa carea to give much thought to nutter, which they should carry off from That "rear drop" ia wiped from my eyes. love, but now a new feeling thrilled hia the blood, ia allowed to remain. I)y the uie of Aycr's Sarsfljjsarllb, the kidneys My optio glasses I have reinstated Yea, heart and he actually blushed. He knelt aro restored to proper action, and Albu "Uncle Barney told you bo." And now be- down and opened a prayer book, but paid minuria, or little attention to it, Ilia mind wan taken ing "transparent" and not "crazy," I heard up with the hir young devotee by hfc that "still email voice," whisper to mo and fide. At last he saw ber features. Her h'&y, "this is the true way:" eye J were the color of a cloudless ky, and A LITTLE tT HILL her mouth of the roaebud variety, with Is provented. Aycr's Sarsaparilla also "Doea the road win! up hill all the way?" prevents inflammation of the kidneys, and rij)o cherry lip?. Yes, crooked and cbangible, to the very cad. ther disorders of these organs. Mrs. Jas. Will tfce Journey Uke a whole long diy? The General fastened hia eyta on thin VT. Weld, Forest Hill r,t., Jamaica Tlaln, ."I'lorn mora to night, lay friend." picture until the eeryicea were over. As Haw., writes: "I have had a complicaBut is there no resting place? she was leaving the pew nhe glanced at tion of diseases, but my greatest trouble change, dark hours begin, It's tumble, the General, aud then rosy blushes chared has boon with my kidneys. Four bottles 'Will darkness hlds It (row my fice, one another rapidly over her fair counto of Ayer's Sarsaparilla made mo feel liko And cause me to miss the Inn?" a new person; as well and strong as nance, because she noticed for the Ural time 6lull wo meet our loved ones there? tne ueueralv admiring eyea fixed upon vr." VT. M. McDonald, 40 Summer St., "Those who have gone before," her. She walked slowly home toward one Boston, Mass., bad been troubled for years Yea, knock or call, "irhcnjuit in sight," with Kidney Complaint. By tho uo of "They'll not Loop you standing at the. d oor." of the moat fashionable qtiartera of the city, Aycr's Sarsuparllla, Ire not only totally unaware that the handaome young Will I find trouVe, "sore and weak?" "Of labor you shall find the sum," fellow waa following her. She entend one Will there be bcdi for all who aeek? of the handsomest homes in the city, leavthe dlieaso from assuming a fatal form, Yes, "beds for all who come." ing the General, aa he alterward expressed but wa3 restored to perfect health. John at the end, WcIL "Praise tho Lord"-l- 'm it. standing on the street looking like a MeLellan, cor. IJridgo and Third sts., I'.otiJ, breakers, I havo paiaed aloce. ninny. He learned that the house woa Lowill, Mass., writes: "Forrseveral years theology," Is not God's setdj XUU "rose-watown;d by Gen. R B Marcy, an old warI suffered from Dyspepsia and Kidney Hut l.ltuallsm has lead me home. Complaint, the latter being so severe nt Urother, have jou dropped out of the worn veteran. George himself had had a tlraos that I could scarcely attend to my Q lit writing theology? taste of war during tho Mexican trouble, werlo? wark. My appetlto was poor, and I waa You have now from ua and are not one and had retired when it wan over with tie much emaciated ; but by using rank of Captain. He remembered oce of now well, good bje. "Praite the of hia schooi-mateat Weat Point was named B. V Lird." Author of "Pink Cottage obituaay." Marcy. He made inquiries and learned tbat Gen. Marcy waa the father of hia old HtHoford, Nov. 3J. school companion. It did not' take him Mr,. Theodore Tilton, though not known long then to renew hia acquaintance with to unre than fifty people in town, for she Gen. Marcy's eon, who waa delighted to ray appetite and digestion Improved, and naver note into society, H one of ttie frequent meet George again. He introduced tbu my health has been perfectly restored." visitors at the art galleries and p'cture latter to hia parents, and alao to hia sister ehops along Wabs Sold by nil Druggists. aveuue, says a Chics-g- o Ellen, who had made such a deep impresShe druses plainly, sion on George correspondent. Prlcor?!; Six bottles, $3. at the church. He brgn Her hair ia iron sry. at once to pay aaiiduouc but very JVepared by br. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, attention to the, with ber daughter peerlesa HhemakeH her ho Mass., U. S. A. little beauty. It waa plainly seen Alice, wto ia now the wife of Mr. Qardin, after awhile that his love was reciprocated. nn E;islihman, engaged in the First Na- He aaked and obtained Gen. Marcy'a per tional Bank as correspondent.-ilarpe- r'd mission to wed hia daughter. IJazw. They were married in May, 1800. Mrs North Carolini has in her lower sounds, McClellan confesrjd that she waa deeply biy rivers, creeke ani eatuanes, more smitten with the handsome young soldier THE INTERIOR JOURNAL than eix hundred thousand acres of oyster on the day of their first meeting, aa he wa ed and protected from with bottom, hr. S.nce their marriage Mra. Mc AnJ the Lonlsvllle In this six hundred Clellan has accompanied her husband fort;n there ia eyery variety of wberevtr hia duliea led him. She waa aa Courier-.Journ- al IhoUwnd acres (jottqM adapted to oyster culture, differing fondly proud of him aahe waa of her. & far oalr S'l -- tw pjrs for Utile in qDjdity as much aa high laudd differ in more lnnu tne prleeof one. 'J ha almond crop of A. T. Hatch, of theit nilapUtion to diflereut vesetables. Corde'ia, Solano county, Cal, thia yer is iry ylsg After trying for years to induce Cjiifjie-1,500 cacka from forty acres. He hs for- your home tt'Myoa will reo lv fr one yoor Kiwr with the to Ijpild n cmal that will bring Baltimore ty acres of young treea, wuich will bear reprcsonmtlve iiMwsjMpyr lu ih Siuth, democratof tYork than it is now, ic and for n tariff for 225 milw nearer Nw oal, anililmthe best, brishtDst and tainllv Itnlil the prejeolora havo decided to do it them- - their first crop next year. He has just Mtate-i- , TIhmp HlilMt deMrt ttr.vLlr iu a Miaplo i wno fxamle shipped on oar lord of uuta to the Eist. AIVtPi n oupy of tun do so t tki eScas. of Stite. if he is good Gen, McMillan's Romantic Marriage. sure." Small boy It was a clear, cold Saturday afternoon "They try iiim ihit? ' "Yea, Ihey harness and expect him to draw in 1800 when the General found himsdf him to ttio church it along." "13at if he ia overloaded and for the first time in Baltimore, Md. He HI fd, what thet.? ' 'Oi, then he'll balk nut tin at one of the hotel, and beinz tired Big and true hia feed ii feed b-- him?' "Ye: "Harpers, S. C, July 9, ISS4. "For eighteen months saf-ere- d with Chills and Fever, having Chills every other day. dftcr trying various remedies recommended to cure, Fused a oottlo of dyer's Auc Cure, and luive never since had a chill. I Office on Lmeaiter street, rnxt dear ta Imtj- Office boms rtum 8 to li a BiORJouKSALorBce. M.and 1 to 5 P.M. Anesthetic adtBli.Utra.) what lll-lyrBoeeanair. ism A wood-hou- Dlt. W. HTANFORD, OontlHt. KENTUCKY. U. PENNY. le pgeri This Old and Woll - Known 12Eoius Quicker Hotol Still Maintains its High Roputation, AND FOK MALE, DesirableResidence aoi chance again. ' EDWIX HARPElt." Oa Danville street, In Stonlorl. The lot contains twoMtMnud has on it a romlrtabln duelling, Its Proprietor it Determined thai Always iDkle- ait Shall bo Second to no Country Fawt Tixuo and Suro Cou in the StrUo in its Fare, Hotel Appointments, or Attention to . O. & M. With all Lilies at n; Ea-elan- Comfort of fplftidld cistern corn rrPi, stable, their Qnesls. and aUic numlxr of Irult andorntutenul treea Ihlslaooeof the moat deairable residences In the place. For terms and further particulars, apply to Ilaricane will be oavejeii to and from the de Stanford. u JOHX .11. I Tree or rhara-eSpecial oa tt Comraerrlallraielera.arrouiruoJatl The liar will alnaja supplied ntn thf choicest traadsori.ldaarsBnd Cigars. M-l- nootionn St. Louis and Intermedial I'll ntl'S, l.'JS y I'orrloH, pointi Xo OmiilhiiKTriiUN U'I. FARM FOR SALEt ;?u,h,w,f'u-- 8j" (onBMll na uiaile 'n ViaufVoj aadTf'ou.-hr Be Warned If early application and all neciwury on'.houH-is made, will tell at n l.iu.ln. It not sold soon, I w 111 n nt said Farm lor 11. TA ri.OIZ, Hustonvllle. a C5-- lf fine inilei.ou'n ( llusionvuit, iu eight of the Mbldlettur,: pile Trie farm Is In a good state of cultivation, utile gmd fooc and ono of the liest watered Farms In Llnco n cuuty. The improvements ronslst of a neat c Jtteae houM of 5 rooms, a spleudld cistern at the dor, boo1 atablo I offer for sale my Tarm of Avrrn ol BT. KcUftlClij'ri Itonto ICilHt and loweet tinrUI rate, lor TlefcH Ag't Ohio AMl'i'l'i'iaiiw,. s J. !,, WaBhington, Philndclphfa and Now York. Toe only lino running narroitaliur. Kv W. V. I'KAHODY , ' ii mi .... . MIUI II.H'1 Ma..- - - tr C. W. I Altl I wtr.i paascfiaer Agut, im ..'"' "i rui.LH.ix ni:v slki:l'i.(j caiis When needing any thing In, tho line of -- Brighf's Disease and North Carolina Point. has n full, fresh and brsnd Near tho Tor tickets and lurlher Information, annlv to new stocK oi an mo aoovc gooui. wiuiu ua your nearest ticket ottlr-- or address W. W. ilon-rprojwms todlspowoiat tne Dlv. Freight anl l'asienger Agent, I.oiln ton Ky. . W. NfllTII, II. W. rill.I.KU, Oon'l Manager, (len'l i'aas'r Ag'l That can be mado outside or Inside tho cities. lllcmuind, Vlrztnla. Dealing exc'uslvely In tho above line, you can find to aelect from at at hli store a better uasortment more satisfactory prices than elsewhere. " .sss. rYv e, A SOLID TRAIN KoiKv.1' mow Wall Paper Decorations, Paints, oils, Qulkt Koute from Ooa Louisville, Oinoinnati Lexington, Ky,, Varnishes, "Window Glass, and tral Kontuoky to all Points North, Last, West and Southwost. Painters' Suunlies GenerCtnnctlug In tbo samo dc tot with Fast Line Uetween ally, FnBt Trains for Now York. LE.YIXGTO.V A OI.VUI.V.VAT1 That Tho Direct Iloute to In Effect Oct. 11, 1SS5, A. K. GibboiiH, Jlil St., Danville, Lynchburg. Di.iville, NorloU and all Virginia t iMtie-OniH- H mmti ficbf-lu- bj CrJTfit B. B. t Sooirr-Uoi'.f- I No.c, K. II i rTo.l. Dr. Sun. linn a 4 Kx Sun. pjjij- - Most Konsonablo Fignros Lvc. Covington " Ki I mo ii tli " i rntlilana Arr. Karl. .. 3 10 a m " lxlugtoti . n m - - J 53 a mi I 3S- T --- l .,;" ?' j I - Iflr... PH. "I .. If mr' l . v,. ! i'arls r r Winchester Ulobuioiid J. ... p IU m 5 11 n iu fl 17 p in Window Glass, Mixed Paints and Tine Varnishes a Specialtj. Ijincastr ItowlatHl am J... CO0D,nl"'"" . ' ' PU Prevented Carpets and Hullders' Paper constantly on ham!. trial U solicited and allslactlon Is suro to follow. A. ;. (111I1IOXH, OI- -t Third etrcet, Darn Hie, Ky. .V Arr. lleres Nosro-DoDH- Lve, Kluhmud... - 'lLlvJnjiton... 3 , - OS n 00 80pm,. am No. 3 d 00 a in ... p in No. II in M No. I er Dr. E. Offloo on J. lMickorson, ..-4 " Ilerea Arr.Ulchmond i M Lve. fJvlngstou.. n . Physician and Surgeon, 4th St., Danville, Ky. a AYER'S Sarsaparilla FilvH No nud FiHtlllll C'tired. Perfectly SSS&?US'Swift's Specific fi ..wt. ,'ir?iM WSiZStXZ&3Jr22ft rus.hA-L-- i -- - Arr. Wlnchoster.. Arr I'arls Lve. IxxlDgton i.vo Lve. ItowlandTT..... " Lancaster ..... Arr. Itlchnmm! .... Lve. JtlchiuoDil M Ii5"wl IS aim CW I 110.1m 8 C8 a m u n 05 u m ' 00am ...... 2 u p U a m m .7.7Z". . (J Arr. Covington raris " ("rnthlana. " Falmouth ., .. 7 "i5 a iu i'fl n in 3 p m 8 63 a in 3 JO p m 'J AS a m i 4t I) 111 ' m .. ."""'.: 20 JPU 8 51 pm id ;,m .7 so mj6 Knifo, Ligaturo or Cnustio Usod. No Detention Trom Bnsiness, Xo Treatment Mild. ft A Qruiul Combination Curo Certain ami Permanent. Curo, Xo Pay. Is naturo'ajown remedy, tuado from roota gathered -Irom the forests of (ieorgii. Tho method by which It la mads was obtained by a half-brir- d NOETII-liODHfrom the Creek Inllans whojlnbablted n certain portion of Ooorgla, which was communicate.! to ono ol tho Lve Covington. early settlors, and;thus the formula has been hand" Lexington ed down to the present day. The abovu cut repi aris., Z resents the method of m .uufucttiro twenty years Arr Mlllersburg " Carlisle....... ".. ago, ny air. u. T. Hwif I, one of the present propr!-etora.TMaysviiie derasndjias boen gradually Increasing until a 1100,000 laboratory (snow nccestary rosup-pl- y BoiTTir-Coriftho trade. A foreign dnuarid has licen created and enlarged Iscllltles will Im nuuiury lo meet It. Thia great Lvo Maysvllle...... 00ii,,ijjsjiia n ..... 3lJtvlbI'K nnAMvn. Il'o. Bl, Tio, Dill Ki. rtua, E. B . iaily ATT Bun, 2 00 p rn 5 i j? H NoT"-- inl ru 23 n o :;; III " 'V" ? '"I " n in I io ,m ?! rm xmi llpii) pm Dally Dall Ex. Bun. Ex. Bun 3 fi 7 NoTsT" Special Attention also Given to Chronic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, As well as all Diseases peculiar to Women. Charges modrrato Dr. N. can be consulted fren of uhargonnd will bo round at his ottico at all Vegetable Blood Purifier Cancer, Cntarrli, Scrofula, j.'czcnin, cciariMiciuimtTsui, Jtluoil Taint, L'l-G- 3f Arr I'arls " Jonnsnti " Carlisle " Jllllcisburg... IflngUm TK- - o rn 27 a in 20 a m 10 2 13 p in 8 28pm I B , JtRnm! 15 a nil n in t 47 IB 23pm 'pm " .i . Cavlnttton ... .. l! laud-lock- TwnsSnnd i am dallr ltweenWiT" llJlS.nLMJlB in I..!. Weekly (.uurlcr-Jourua- l, rer-uu- Ourlr-rotirualcj- Ii.rtdltary or olhtrwlse, without the uaa oi MerHy permission ho refcrs to tho following gen- - cury or I'otaih, rurtn a. lienor, o. irwiu, Hoots on "Contaglou IUoo.1 l'olsju" and "fllood btanruru, Ky.; Judge (J I Lee, Tom ilurphy, W. Cook. Din. and Skin Dlicasee" malln! free. I John M. Bnoonatnore. him ville. Kv : Ilev. J. A. iiojlo. Ilu'tonvllle; II. (). Tor aale by all druggists. Sutton, J. 8. Itoblnson, Uincaster, Ky ; Thos. Ii. TIIKBWIFTfel'ECII'ICCO, Y HlXVr. V. W. VUliriiltlu, u. mim.Tinv, N. V. 137 1 St. Johtiaon, liryanUvllle, Ky.; J. I', Daniel, Sick In Drawer 3, Allauta, la. nev:Kv.:U.J lioaior. Lobanon, Kr.. uco. iw- is, Citmpbnilsvlllo, ICy.; A. A. McHlunts, Howling m, w I (ireen, Ky.; (leo, flolinn, Judgo J. W. iltighcs, T5IIR BBIIf-- n iVJ i ti.rt.A - . AIa n, ritv AH- .".4.'.-'1.W III.L.IC IHIVM'II K LTJa ;,(IU8lHT UarralilwrK, Ky.; C. C. dhumatt, MeAfco, Ky. mIMiioj iiinu(tl)HnrueeBt.l.lMr..mv.riUlQtt ivuits-uviiuur IBIIWWWII i;i riUW VUUIi.. lieuien;j. a. hmipj, it times Ijr the next throa months. Huntfng.on, Charleston, W. Va., JnA'ICwn'c'lf: at., aaf,el?an.aigll0,,:rcuon', 8. h. II. MOIISK, viuii( t: W. II. WXIITTl RHrv vi'a i,U,! '" 1nlSl.B.Ker. "' W' &" A,