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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885111001 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. Stems VOL. XIV. eetto ifefia DID TjAHT jm? ift mtfnaL NO. 72. A STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1885. THE GrREAT DANHLLE. BOYLE Stmi-?Etcchl2nimorour- you see the crowd at BA.PtGrLI3ST court day? STORE I We did our best, but in consequence of the great rush quite a large number had to go away without getting waited on. During the week we have received several large shipments of inapproachable Bargains from the Great New York Auctions and Ave have marked prices on them that can not be duplicated. These goods are here and must be sold. Inspection solicited. S. Ij. POWERS & CO., Originators and Promoters of Low Prices for all the People. COUNIf. probably among the principal causes of the depression which we now had occasion to New Orleans Minstrels had fa Tho regret. (Hear, hear ) If anv word which T9 large house here !' riday night. "Praise the Lord. God is Loveand Noth- he should ever utter on British soil should Fannie Williams for stealing severa "uMlahed Turmtnv and Jfrlilnv ing Else." linger in British memories after he had bed quilta from Kitty Arthur was tried been replaced by another representative, H'J. CO XI21l A.NNUM. Thursday and held in $100 bonds for fur let it he first and last, and always a renewed and PnosrrcT Point, Landour, N. India, Wssnpatd strictly In advanc. If t have to ther trial. All colored. Sept. 29, 1885. repeated plea for the complete, tht hearty, the The trial of Wm. Goggin for killing a watt anv tlm. 93.90 will to charted, Dear Interior. The delicious weather unanimousfratcrnitaiion of the Enol'uh speak' w small uqj si uuncuoD Vsiiy inn oepi. to have begun thia (Monday) morning, but and the speed coming "break up" of the ing race all round the uwld. (Cheera.) W. P. WALTON. entire station, has developed on all hand These italic worde I wiah to call special had not when this report cloeed. an almost feverish impulse to get all the attention to. It is the one thing next to Nearly all the Danville doctors were sothe gospel, I have most at heart just now. I. IN. LOCAL TIME CARD. summoned to the Circuit Court at Stanford good out of the few remaining daya of cial companionship possible. This comes It is the result of my being "added to" the 4ail Utln tola North. .IMr.K, this morning to testify in the care of " Every- "Church of England," in great part. My .11 so r. m. ttouth. out in universal daily . 1 12 A.M. Hughes vs. Ctrpenter, a suit for alleged 4iprMiirln" Hoath.. body wants to live in the open air as much whole soul is in this federation of the Worn.., 2 0J A. M. malpractice. Anglo-Saxrace, for I know that it is to Capt. and Mr. J. H. Wilson will cel- aa possible. The almost constant confineXht jot li calculaUJ on standard tlm. Solar ment "in doors" for 1 months of continu- be the hope of the world now that the Isa.ii about 30 mlnutoa (uUr, ebrate their tin wedding on the 17th inst. afAnglo 8axons are made out, demonstrably, when they will be pleased to have all their ous rains, followed by the emancipation LOCAL NOTICES. forded by blue skies and balmy air, begets as the Israel of the lost "10 tribe;" and friends present. Mrs. Wilson was formerBur our school booki from Penny h ly Mias Amelia II. Hill, of Lincoln county. a life such as prisoners, just out of jail, they alone hold the gosiel of the grace of might be expected to appreciate. The en uou in trust for a lost world. And dear McAHster. On Friday Jo. Anderson, sometime broken up in- America, aa the eldest sister of the federaMcIIoderts A 8ta(h are headquarters called Jo. Carpenter, was tried for house tire lot of escaped for amunition. to congenial "cliques" according to the tion, keeping still her repubiicaniam, till breaking, In that, he broke into Frank Guns at all price at McKoberUi & n principle that "birds of a feath- clearer light and more matured historical Conover's residence and stole a pair of Stages, from $2.60 to $100. shoes. Jo.'s bond was also $100 and is er tbek together," awarm out, daily, into and biblical developments bring out an irCoMrLETE stock of school books and many places of resort, with which these repressible loyalty to the God appointed likewise a colored individual. school mppllM at Mcltobsrts & Blagg's. head of ''all Israel;" with no violent The meeting at the Walnut street beautiful hills abound, and enjoy Watches and Jew!.' repaired on short according to the varying tastes any existing arrangement; no disnotice and warranted bf Penny & McAlis-r- . Methodist church still continues with imthat rule the diflerent troupea of merry loyalty to what we have found true and mense congrgatioos day and night; generBuy the Haas Hog Remrdv, the origimakers, good; no retrogression in anything worth real and special prayers are offered for indinal and only genuine, from Penny A McAlWe in Landour have most charming and tention; nothing but the working out in viduals and objects desired. Some of the Uter. spontaneous joy, what all ics to be right A COMrLETE flock of jewelry, latent business men close their houses a part of very frequent reunions. We have just returned from Bhutta falls, this is the thing nearer to my heart than atyle. I lock ford watchei a specialty. Pen- the day that they and their clerka may atny A McAHster. tend worship. Others don't close up and 1 miles away, where our kind friend, Col. anything, but the dear LOVE of God, and 0ARRARD C0UNTT DEPARTMENT. go on accumulating wealth. Altogether Marshall, had invited us to a picnic, which the love of my family; indeed, going Bide the meeting ia a remarkable one and may we enjoyed in the most delightful way. A Dy stue wiin both, as third in a trinity of Lancaster. sumptuous feast, followed as well as pre- loving desires, and unalterable purposes. continue for an indefinite lime. uo you wonder, dear reador, that Mr. The "shed remoTera" have reoran!ied Wm. II. Lucas, Eq , who went to ceded by charming rambles up and down apparently, their latest exploit beinc the Kansas City, Mo., and engaged in the law a most romantic bit of water, that comes Phelp's little speech startled me with a joy- tearing down of the ihed In front of Mr T. and real estate bueinets has in four yeara tumbling down from our own hills, and ful thrill, that I would I could share, with Currey'a itore. made over $50,000 clear money. He has meanders off down the Dhoon to it con- some who read this letter. Ever in Jesus, William Grim and Mis (Annie D. moreover abandoned republicanism and fluence with the noble Jumna; (By the Geo. O. Ba rnes. Mam, Win. Grant and MIm Mary Hume, joined the righteous old democratic party way, in consequence of my stupidity makVerily, man is fearful and wonderfully all of thia county, obtained marriiRe li- and a few weekc ago came within three ing my J's like I's, you have persistantiy Maid of Athens and his clothes are not cense laat week. vote of securing the democratic nomina- printed that grand river as Iumna, which paid for. When he is a tiny baby he cries The ladies of the PrwbyterUu church tion for Mayor of the city. Hurrah for of course Is terribly absurd to us, though because he can't walk and when he can will give a aupptr at the City Hall on William. Had be remained in Danville to your readers, generally, who never look walk he wont, and waits for hours for the proceeds to be he might still have beeu town attorney had at a map and take my letters as a very Thanksgiving evening, the street car or elevator. When he has good donated to the church. A prominent feat- he beeu a goody, goody little boy and not temporary entertainment, it is all one, health he ruins it, and when it is ruined he ure of the occasion will be a "Uroom have had an independant thought about whichever way the types spell the word.) takes good care of it and declares it "never returning to our picnic we had the Well young ladle. anything. Drill" by twenty-on- e was better." He goes to sleep in church Dr. D. C. Tucker and family will eoon usual amount of adventures, with no eeiioua and lies Ker. Moirls Evans occupied the pulawake in bid and worries about return from Marion county and occupy mishaps. Three of the ladies slipped into that nuy at the Christian church Kundav mornpit never happen on a morrow that and ing and dellrered a One discourse, The their home on Third street. Fred Lixtrus the water, off mossy, treacherous rocks may never dawn. Burdette in Brooklyn wet to the waist, and several of the got will s)on go to housekeeping in the properannual meeting of the American Bible Esgle. the Biptist church Hun-d- ay ty recently purchased by him from D. N. gents in gallant attempts to give assistance was held at To Remove Dandruff. Take of borax evening when the usus.! businwi of the Hinmau. Dr. W. It. Evans has moved to at various times, did some deep wading society was transacted. the property owned by Hon. J. 8. Van with the usualconsequenccs. But no bad one drachm, rose water f pint, tincMr. Tom Wherrlttosmi a dog whose Winkloon 1th street, lately occupied by results followed, and everybody took it ture of cantharides one half drschm, cologne water one half pint, Mix and apply appetite runs largely lo chestnuts. He par- Dr. E. J. Kickerson, who hai gone to tho cheerfully if not merrily, We are all rapidly getting back what we night and morning. takes of them in prefcreuca to beef, bulla Central House. Mimes Emma and Mattie them himself and cm spot one containing Hedin, of Jefferson county, are visiting the necessary lost in vigor and constitutional A vandal blew ui the Andro Monu-la- st a worm a greit dasl (flicker thai a humtn family of their half brother, Mr. J. C. tone during the close confinement of the ment at Tappan, N. Y., week. being. Thii is no chestnut; we w him go Caldwell. Mrs. Pattie Overall and her Monsoon. And we hope to bo in good fall and winBuckleifa Arnica Salve. through the performance. daughter, Miss Sue B. Fibio, have returned working him by the time our The best Salve In the world for Cuts. Bruises Misse Mattie Williams and Mana from a visit to the family of Hon. Geo. F. ter work comes on, whatever it may be. Soros, Salt Ruouui, Kovcr The folks are waking up as usual at Hands, Chilblains, Corns 6orea, Tettr, Chapped Liekev.of Ball Siuilnarv. DAnvillo. were Philips of Kansas City, Mo. Col. Lagan and all Skin Eruptions, Tinting Ms LldiJ Jrtnnini, near town McKee has returned from a business trip the "eleventh hour" and we are to have and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. I, last week. Capt. E. W. Lillard has return to Missouri, John II. Stodghill will soon a series of i nervices in our large station It guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money "Municipal Hall," where I hope good will refunded. Trice 23 cents per box. For sale by od from Frankfort, whither ho went on begin to travel for a Cincinnati Arm. Penny A SIcAHster. Mrs John W.Shelby, of Lincoln coun be done. We are quite happy at the good with his company. Mr. business connected Tuesday and Jno. W. Walker, one of Upper Garrard's ty, ia at the Clemens House nnder the treat- results that have followed our Interesting Experiences, Hiram Cameron, Furniture Dealer of Columbus, most substantial citir;n, is seriously ill. ment of Dr. Johnston for an affection of Thursday Bible reedlngs, kept up without Ga., tells his experience thus: "For three yeara cessation, since our coming to Landour. Mr. John C. Thompson has returned from the eyes. remedy Mr. Theo. Linney ia about the latest I have just read in the London Bally bare tried every Disorders,on the market for StomCincinnati. Hon. Chni. Otiult. candidate but got no relief, unDanvilTo. A fine boy Morning Post which dear George Wood ach and Kidney for reelection to the Speakership of the of the new papaa in til I used Electric Hitters. Took Ore bottles and arrived Saturday evening. sends regularly the following delightful am now cured, and think Electric I!1 tiers the best Kentucky House of Ksprcaentativcs, was and, I confess rather startling speech of Blood Purifier la the world." Major A. B. Reed, in town laat Thursday, Minn Mamie Olds "Old Honest." our minister to the court of St. James. It of West Liberty, Ky, used Electric Bitters for an is visiting Mies Jessie Hamphlll nt Is'icho-laavillThe Washington lhruld hus the followold standing Kidney affection and aays: "Noth. Mrs. It. E McKjberts is visiting ing to nsy about our own Milton: "Judge was delivered at the "Cutler's Feast" at lug has ever done me ao much good as Electric relatives in Lincoln county. Mr. Sam Pea- Durham, the First Controller of the Treas- Sheffield, where Lord Randolph Churchill Bitten." Sold at SO cents a bottle by Penny & of conser- McAHster. cock received his Postmaster's commission ury, is one of tho men who would seem to made an able address in defense Thia rising statesman and A Captain' sFortunate Discovery. Saturday evening and took charge of the add much credit to thin Administration. vative policy. followed by Capt. Coleman, achr, Weymouth, plying between ofiica Monday morning. Mr. John Wood- He has a peculiarly clear, logical mind; he leader in British politics, was to a toast to Atlantic City and X. V., had been troubled with cock is yislting in Somerset. He will leave has no enemies except the pirates of the our Mr. Phelps in an answer Here ia his a cough so that he was unable to sleep, and was next Minday for hisannml deer bust ftt Treasury to fight, and he has no friends to the "United States Minister." Induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery for ConPlease print it, and give the last sumption. It not only gave him Instant relief, Sunbright, Tenn. CjI. 8am Walton is serve. I believe he is the most independent speech. but allayed the extreme soreness In his breast. visiting relatives in Mason county Mr. man who has been in Washington for many words in italics. CUTLERS' KEAST. THF. His children were similarly atlected and a single accepted a position in years. He does take anything for granted, Louis Landram hw Mr. Phelps, in responding, gratefully dose bad tho same happy effect. Dr. Klng'a New the drug store of E W. Lillard & Co. but examines every point in the eyes of the acknowledged the kind feeling and frater- DtscoTery Is now the standard remedy In the Coleman household and on board the schooner. Judge Kjbjrt Johnston, of IlarrlBon-bur- g, law. There is little danger of his making nal cordiality which prevfclled throughout Free Trial Bottles of this Standard Remedy at mistakes, bee uise ho takes advice of that Va., ia dead. Ha waa auditor of Great Britain for the country which he Penny A. McAUster'a Drug Store. State, and a member of the Confederate other famous Kentuckian, Divy Crockett, had the honor to represent, and said that Positive Cure or Piles. and knows he is rijht before he goes ahead. the feeliug waa fully reciprocated on the Congress, To the peopled this county we would say that Ho said to me the other day that the first Merlon A. foot, of Sjuthlngton, other side of the Atlantic. (Cheers.) In we hare been given the Agincy of Dr. Marchlst'a always reads in his evening paper Conn , had a domestic difficulty that thing he America the name of Sheffield had become Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed to cure or money refunded Internal, External, prompted his wife to set running two bar- is the receipts at the Treasury for thatday. synonymous with superiority of manufacBlind, Ijleedlug or Itching Piles. Price 60c a box. to have the expenditures rels of Merton'a cider, which Merlon wiped He doesn't intend was glad to observe that the For sale by Penny & McAHster, Druggists. ture. He exceed the income if he can help it. In up with Mra. Poot'a Sunday silk gown, British Government had nominated a Ry-a- l appearance he is the very imDaughters, Wives and Mothers, .paying therefor a polioo court line of $21 In personal Commission to investigate concerning democratof the We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlsl's of trade, which, he besides probably purchasing another silk personation the existing depression ic statesman; honesty and fearlessness ore Female Remedy, t euro Feirnle Disdress. added, had also been more or less experi- eases, audi as Orarlan troubles, Inflammation and closely-shavstamped in every feature of his Col. Geo Fisher, of Kichmond, Va enced in the United States. It was well to Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or bearing face. He is mere than six feet followed hie wife, who had eloped with a eee whether the uses of adversity could be down felling, Irregularities, Barreuuess, Change of ia deliberato in utterance, g named 'Win. Chandler, of Atlan- in height and drummer made sweet by flading out its causes. If Lire,Lcuchorrhu.', besides many weaknesses spring-luemphasizing every important word." from tlio above, like Ueidaclie, Bloating, Spisub-jec- t, ta, taking her little boy along. The wohe wero to venture an opluion on the nal Weakness, Sltcplcisuesi, Nervous Debility, char-actDr. Johu Mackey, a man bengal piteously to be taken back, it would be that tho haste to get rich, Palpitation ol the Heart, Ac. For snlo by s. in Cjvington, committed suicide extravagance of living, and the flooding of and her hnehand forgnvc her and returned Prices 21 and tl SO per bottle. Send to Dr. by jumping from the bridge across the world with goods too numerous for J B. Marchlil, Ullca, X. Y,, for pamphlet, free, with her. Tula is such a rare exhibition rtale by Psnoy A McAluter, DrugUis. ami inn rlipni) fur nroducer3. were ' " P''."i')it. tho O'jLi. of wit.'' ' ' "' T ':! pic-nirin- GEO. O. BARNES. PtjB& MA lis! or PHARMACISTS, DULIU IX- - Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fancy Articles. Physicians' prescriptions accurately Also compounded. ' JEWELERS. The Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware Ever bought to this market Price Lower than the Loweet. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Be-palred on short notice and Warranted. on "jail-birds- THE NEW GROCERY AND HARDWARE HOUSE OF well-know- them-themselv- TAYLOR BROS Would ktxdly ink your attention to the fact that they hre Juit returned from the cities with a Iargi iriih and well selected stock of CHOICE In endless Tarletjr, dainty in quality and satisfactory In prices; this we guarantee. at all times to supply every want In our line, rup-ture- FAMILY GROCERIES Oar aim shall b OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY Conilita of the Standard Brands of Europe and America. Our large line of Cooking Stores Includes thejuitly celebrated "Great Western Reserve" and many other family laTorltes. Our China, Qlau and Queeniware stock conilita in part of Table, Tea and Chamber Sets complete, Qlaaswaxe richly en and etched. In the way of Breadatufia we name Buckwheat Flour, the queen ot all tribes. Our.'oele brated Patent -- Q. M." Flour, urlvalled for cake and pastry, while Rice and Hominy, our own patrl otic products, arrayed aa faithful adjuncts. All the delicacies In Foreign and Domestic Confection! are here. Tin, Stone, Wooden and Wlllowware, Electric Lamps, Stationery. Canned Meats and Frnlti and a complete line of Clgara and Tobaccos. Well, thia Is only a hint of what we hare. Believing that we can make It to your Intereat, we confidently aak an examination of our goods and your patron ag- Respectfully, TAX COIt nitOTIlEB8. PLEASE DON'T FORGET 8o-ct- ety one-hal- That we carry the Largest Stock of Groceries, Hardware and Queensware in the city; That we are Millers' Agents and wholesale depot for Flour and Meal; That our stock of Pleasure Vehic les, including everything from a Hoard Cart to a Barouche, is always complete, en And that we guarantee Lowest Prices, style and finish considered. Also, that we still handle the celebrated Wagons, "Old Hickory" and Mitchell. Big line of Farming Implements. Grain Drills, Turning Plowsf both riding and walking, And all of which we guarantee at Lowest prices. well-know- n er Drug-gist- Fri-terd- ay BRIGHT SUCOE 2SLZ TO METCALFp BRIGHT & CURRAIX. pur-M.uno- ra """" Ti 2 L w A stave saw In eoo'd condition is oflVred altjon with Uncle Sam. Mr. C has many BUILDERS ATTENTION for sale by Mr. A. O. Bine. See notice in friends, who rrgret to see him leave, but Wo kinds ia visiting in this IsJue. Miss Lilias Bdouamak ' are glad to seo that he will do better, as ho her In re now prepared to furnish allplaning ol I inn. t tha rough and aenl for mills. Keep couitantly on haud dressed flooring, celling, Danville. is well worthy of tho position to which bo ;, A LtrtLK negro girl was Jailed yesterday over everything of 42, Carlisle has pracdoors, tish, blinds, uiouldiug George 8. C'AnrKNTEit la down with November 10, 1885 tically no opposition for Speaker and there for stealing a cap from tho counter of Ows has been appointed. Mr. Frank L Clifhrd, Ac , nt lowest prices. Stanford, Ky.,. SDK tho malarial fever. HltlGilT . SIKTCAhF. night operator at Junction City, has been is no doubt of his succeeding himself, all ley & Craig. G1VES8, who had the typhoid Will P. appointed to this agency. Look out, boys, of which is exactly as it should be. It is Hominy, Cranbbrry Mr. C. is quite a ladies' man. New Sorghum, is muoh better. FOR SALEjOR P. WALTON. Rmdall will join fever, also given out that Sim W. , Eld Jons Bell Gibson wont ovir sauce, Pickles, Cream cheese at A. A. W the revenue reformers at least to a limited -- MY 1IOUHIO "Model Grocery." to Lsxlngton to spend Sunday. SKW ADVEHTIBKMKnTv AtVl LOT-O-n extent. Mns. Tayloh, of Carlisle, tho mother DjntllU A.nn. t u. ... . --,. . some legislator will MARRIAGES. It Is to be hoped thatFrankfort this win?.! con...Tr.ii.r'.V '"",ru-- "'wall impror. ulna As evidence that a Blackburn craves as of Mrs. Will Craig, is her guest. e7r.,.',,r, t.T'r..rn". distinguish himself at G. "W. coil and Vnok. houTrTloTiKffi.r.'R?. has returned Invitations to tho marrlago of Miss for office as a thirsty man does for Miss Hattie Powers ter by procuring the rmsRe of a law that much good repair. Enoulre on preml.. Pamclia Cloyd. dauohter of Mr. and Mrs. I Haa JIEMOVKD his offlw to that of of water-- or whisky, wo will state that Ctpt. from a protracted visit to Ironton, O. shall more adequately punish the crimo JuJtc Thlllr' 5M 11, HKIGI.XS, Mna E. H. BcnasiDE and Pearlie J. M Browu to E IT Bryant, of Louisville, on Lancaster street, opposite the Court. Houio. attempted rape. As tLe law stands the James Blachburc, lite Secretary of State, have been sent out. The ceromony will co Hoarding ll'hlllp HunnHloj't, en iiimo itwt. applicant for tho Collectorehip, has have returned from a visit to Lancaster. in and an peaaltv is only frcm two to seven years He may to and Mna J C. Hays Ins gone to visit cur at the Baptist church, McKinney, a. excrpt whenfound at hit office or rootm at (11 hours COM.1IINNIO.YI2Ilg SALE penitentiary, which to tho brutes who given np hope for federal preferment, Ilk prof.'nlntully n.Mnt. of 1 r m on the 19th. onmm.t this class of crime is neither a suf now offtn for county judge of Woodford. reUtire nt Paint Lick iu the absence av- The marriage of Miss Mollis Ford to It act as a de What a fall Indeed is this, my country her husband. ficient punishment, nor does SALE-ST- AVE SAW I Two Good men! for inMb. J. 8. IIockeh has returned from Mr. John Herndon, in Fayette, is announo FOR terrent from tscommUsion.Take Tracts negro, Lewis by a trip through North Carolina with Mr. J. ed. Miss Ford is the daughter of A. J. ' Josu Billings accumulated $93,000 Cyltndf r Starr faw In complete orJer and reJ r stance tho case of the of tho of Ford's Hotel, lor uss, Ithnslwn uicl but little. Will foil at Ford, K'q, proprietor Anderson, just deposed of in our Circuit writing ttite paragraphs in wretched or- Ottenheimer. a targaln ai wa hare no un for It. Hy Tlrtueofajud Mns. F.J. Cuubah hasjoined herhus-ban- d Richmond. Va . but who spends most of A. V. NIXK, the absence of tho husband of thography, which proves that it was not Court. In Crab Orch.nl, ky. sought such n bad spell after all. here after a month's visit to relatives his tims on his fine Fayette county farm, term IMS. . Trwrtnh!e and worthy laJy, he s. Wy At tho conclusion of his sermon Sunher, and In Springfield, Mo. to Bratify his beastly delrea upon FOK NAM, tOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. who has been day, Rev. J. M. Bruce extended in a most assisMns J. J. McRoiieuts, TiicHiiny, November lOlli, 1SS3, but for her unusual etrencth and the The number of emigrants that arrived conGacd with malarial fever for soveral becoming manner a general invitation to A of a faithful do would have accomtance At thn Uta residence his congregation to como to tho church about two nillrt North Vr7lMiMT plished that most heinous of horrible at New York during the last year is 330,- - weeks, is convalescing. Hood Wednesday at 1 o'clock and witness a cer- On Uanrllle street, In Stanford. The lot contains coin Ui;iMVealIll!i1ltuM,e ho had 000. Ml'8 Belt.f. Young and Mr. the fol- Crimea. Nor did he desist until twoncresund has on It a comfortable dwelling, lowttu . Li r stable, Wanda, in her two yean upon tho Dooley, of Bloomtcgton, 111., ore visiting emony in which ho takes an important corn crib, a splendid cltttrn doK and attempted to frighten her shot the bV lurnplS.' 'VlIV'" ot '!? and nhucamimlierof fruit .ml ornamental trees The sensation of the hour is the M This Is one of tbe incut deilrabl of turf, ha won twelve races and 305,510 in the family of Mr. J. M. Wray. ih flar. residences In the rls Creek TM, "i in JV,i""?' tn, into submission with o pistol by threats Mns. W. M. Hicioiks, John M. Mc nounnement of tie marriage, on Thursday plac. I'or tetnis and further ixirticnlar. anr-l- to failing to do so, be stakes. a like fate and which, .11, l'MLU'S, Stanford. JOUX The Grant monument fund has reached Roberts, 8r. and Mattie Hopper went up next, of Mr. John H.Miller and Miss Ssl-ll- e Just North of M.r l.(,i,;iV,ir" or,,"' '" used to beat her over the neau. is u turnpike. Tm. I, i TeTrd .71!."J. LS' 'fr Philips. They had managed thoir see $94,000. The million desired will never bo to Richmond Baturlay to visit relatives. un it gooil, uew frame dw,iiitl7 "nj n" LEE h .HUFFMAN, !nnr then that men who wish to other out- forthcoming. UJUNTIMT bulldlnits Mr and Mrs. W. P. Tate went to courting so well that evirjluilr waj un- rtL'ttWJilO HTAM'OHD, KY. their own wives protected from such brutes, XI daughter. priced whea their plant leaked out ler? Offlet Hculh slda Main Mlrwl, two docts .mot, punish-meThe war department cost the country Harrodsburg Friday to see their in view of the Inadequacy of the tho Myers Hotel; attending Daoghters than a week before their consummation Pure Nitrous Oxtie Gas administered whim . imposed by the law for such crimes, last year S13.483.727. The army piy rolls Miss Lucy, who is quired mihVA1 ' ,lgu, aKM ofknob UnJ College. took $12,349,443. should rlee and inflict a more summary RELIGIOUS. D. Lackey, who has been Mn.N. Ten inches of snow fell in Dakota Dll. W. U. PENNy. and condign punishment upon the perpia complication cf diseases, is c ."I-t.- 0T UontlHt. uacU Ooe.thlr.1 aK a.... The Northern Methodist will raise As it etanaa we Thursday and in rrany parts of Ohio the very sick of deed? KTANKOIII), KKHTUCKT. trator of such a still low. His brother, 8. E. Lackey, of missions this year. invita- ground was covered. tor is simply a menace acd an Office on Uneitr street, reit door to InTa. penalty -rpir o Dr. Yjung'd new Presbyterisn church woHjopnxAL6rac. Oflce bonis from 8 toll a dijil,V.,,?r J?SW?, J. L. ilclntyre, County. Attorney for Gallatin, arrived (o see him Saturday. Sax-to- - -- . . v...u.iIIIK,(lll tnr preralsaaV. W. g.n. tion to mob violence, and so long as it 11. and I to 8 r. M. Ajuwlhellcs adutlolstarad whse n W. HoCKun,of tho CashiekR. in Louisville was dedicated Sunday. It ncfMary. . UKI.Vll, statute books will men Oldham county, ia a defaulter to the USI-lylr. JiMicrCoiu'r C9td stands upon tho National Bonk of St. Joseph, Mo., ar- cost $32,000 and will seat COO. L.C.I'. themselves what the law falls so amount of $2,500 and has fled to the West. seek to do The contest for Mahone'a seat in the rived yesterday, looking unusually well. Eld. Stephen Collier will bsgtn a prowith the short in doing. Incarceration The West evidently agrees with him. tracted meeting at the Cherry Grove r nrejfnt Doeeibillty of escape from it is U. S, Senate between Birbour and Daniel - may result in the election of a dark horse. Mns. Akin, Misses Lilla Foster and church, Rowland, next Sunday night. to brutes who commit auchno punishment The Bluegrats Qipptr, published at Bertie Snail and Mr. Dan Lyons, of DanDuring tho first evangelical campaign crimes. There most be somewing ia Midway, will be sold by the Master Com ville, and Will White and Eb. Higgins, of of Revs. Sam Jones and Sam Small 20,000 will reach their own foul bodies and if county, Noyember Lancaster, were among those from a dis- people have been led to accept salvation. death be considered too great a penalty for missioner of Woodford Sliorthuiiil IiiHtKuic ut Lon.Hvlilc, Kj., or XnaliTllIc, Tcmi, tance at the opening of tho Rink. - 21. f Courier Journal. the crimo well proven, we suggest that caaA man named Geo. Burns, living near v nilethnrthsnd and Typewriting eUlnis our sole Miss Mildred Lewis has returned ..,:nn Ka tnari IhA attention our stndsnls can iw,N. ih. .... 1U" The annual meeting of the Bible Socie tuition In I'K.NMA.NSHlr; AlttriiMUIC and HOOK- -. KM'I.M. at Rreatly reduced rites. If you Knoxville, who hsd whipped his wife, was from her visit to Misa Mamie Bryant in ty was held at the IJiptist church Sunday can not coniolous, would icarcely be lea horrible than death taken by a mob and given a fearful lashVirginia delighted with the Old Dominion, night, when S12.G5 was raised. There was itself, for the Tictim would at once become ing. We Can Tenth You by Jlull an Thorough. many of whose principal points she visited, a small crowd present. Revs. Pollltt and a reproach among men and dispieed by Miles Greenwood, a pioneer citizen of including the Natural Bridge, Richmond Addre-h- ln, Bruce made suitable addressrs. D. W.Van-devce- r either by himself. With the lw so enacted that Cincinnati, and president for years of the au.in ! me iooii convenient point fur and Old Point Comfort. ii every proven cue of was President; J. J. Mc. castration Bhall follow Cincinnati Southtrn Board of Trustees, is Da. J. H. Ballou, who recently gradu- Roberts, Secretary, and A. R Penny, Treat' and death when the attempt attempted rape dead. ated at the College of Physicians and Suris successful, we shall hear lea. of the Mrs. Walk up, who was on trial at Em- geons, New York, has decided that the West urer THE- Hryniu these crimes and fewer occsslons poria, Kansas, for poisoning her husband, LAND, STOCK AND CROP offers a more desirable field for a physician and be deplored action, a resort waa acquitted after the jury had been out for that ever to and with the view of locating in Kansas John Bright sold to Hiram Collier, of Slralton. 1UJSIXESS COLLEGE. to mob violence. We hope the legislature 50 hours. City, left Friday last. He may however Qirrard, a pair of Berkshire pig for $'-'-0. a betwill therefore see that such a law or James A. Bayard, who is appointed spend the winter in Louisville. He is a About 10,000 bushels of seed wheal Eoop.keeplns.ShAri.hand.reaman.hlp.Type-wrltlng- . ter one shall be placed upon the statute Secretary of the Territory of Ariz jn a, is a luBc. Arithmetic. At. It I. tb. only deserving young man and we com- have been sold in the county nt $1 20" most during the coming term. College in tbl. ,ctlon wherein books I, taught a. book. , k,rt by th. best son of Secretary Bayard and is about 20 mend him to the people, no matter where 1 30 per buhel. Richmond Register. and The big beet has started on its annual Unker.. and a (borough pncllcalknowlcUoof.cc.Mint siren. II.. the The Coat of ,Arms of Virginia represents years of age. he may settle. .nd arranged The National Exchange Btnk, Lexa prostrate man with another standing Hon. Charles Oitutt, leading candi- tour and the first to reach this office Is the ..u.0,.0Ti0eg,, nine west. Thousands ol lumi.ful gradual,, te.tlfy to thi abor.. Oradu- over him with his fcot upon his throat, ington, has been swindled out of SS0O by a date for Speaker of the cext House atd contribution of Mr. J. Z. Spoonamore. If aies nare no ttouble in obtaining gol altuitlocs. (.all or addrris underneith which appear the words "Sic young man giving bis name as Charles editor Green R. Keller, of the Carlisle you beat that beet you'll have to send one Semper Tyranis " The under dog in tho Marshal, alias Manning. Murcury, who want to be clerk of the weighing over 10 pinnds. Colloso. John McCollough, the great tragedian, same body, were here last week and honorCor. Thin! sad Jifterson, UU'liVIM.i:, KY. fight may now be called Mahone, who has It is predicted by good, deep thinking ruled the State with a tyrant's will, the oth died at Philadelphia'tSunday, the result of ed our eanctura with their presence. While men here, that in I em than GO days there er represents the true democracy crushing reckless Hying and self indulgence, which Mr. Keller's chances for election are not as will be the biggest boom In cattle that there reduced him to an imbecile. Already the indicahis life out and giving him no time to sure os Mr. Ofiutt's, yet he haa many pledg. has been for years. First Controller Durham's first annual ed otes,andlf a certain other man were tions aro visible. TParis Nswh the Irishman's translation', of the latin: "Take your foot off my neck." We report shows that during the last fi'cal not a candidate, we should rather see him Bruce & Lee have bought in the last DKALKR IN few days 7,000 bushel of oat at 25c to hope the little traitor will be bb thorough- year, 03,009 warrants on the Treasury were elected than anybody. ly ostracieed socially as he has been polit- issued, aggregating S1,G04,975,411. 23;. Wakefield & Hudson sold and ship-ie- Hard ware, Home Nhot!H, UrocurlcM, Nuddlcx. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. The contract for the statue of Garfield, ically, so that he will leave his country for this week to Martin, Thompson & Co., Iron, 'al!rt, QuuciiNirnrc, Huggy Whip no more to return. The to be erected In Woehington, has been let to his country's good, Restaubant. Tne Saveranco Brothers of New OrIcin, a car l of fat mules Rnggi' Wheel, Moves, Caiie.MillN, HarueKM, ille Adro legishture that will select his eucceesor in J. Q A. Ward, fori 529,000. The work is have opened their restaurnt and have 15 hand high, at NpolscM, UrnU'H, I'.tlerJIlllM, JLjii. Cover. cate. to be completed before July 1, 1S3G. the Senate will have a demccratie majority everything in the neatest shape. The eatISiniN, Nfoucware, Corn HhcIIor, Collar, A Buffalo, N. Y. man cut hia wife's of CO on joint ballot. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. ing room is handsomely furulehed wilh throat with a razor while she slept and then marble top tables and everything looks Oliver Chillsd, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plowi, Managed by Jno. B. Fish. The democratic majority in New York occupied the bed with the corpse for three Woodon'.'ann n success of the Cast Fnmps, and tho Celobrated Mayfleld Elovator. Tin Roof- fn.12 057.i mora than 1.000 In excew of our nights and until it was discovered by its like they intend to make J. I. Orrison eold three yearling mules " business Give them a call. inpand Ontterintj will havo prompt attention. to Adam Catron for $113. first report. Bat even this gratifying smell. appsara insignificant when compared Nalciimen i John Jlrfuht, The accounts that passed through ConMe?.rs. A. Pullins, Willis Adams, Sr. is now running as A SECOND substitute Ji; with Ilill's majority far litutcnant governor troller Durham's oSce for the last fiscal mail messenger on tho K. C. Mr. O. Q. and Jos. F. Wallace, paired through town when ho ran with Cleveland in 1882. year aggregated 5325.752,144, IS9. The Wine, who took Mr. G R. Hardin's place thi morning on their way to tho Hills of Then it was 190,781 or about 4,000 more number of vouchers examined foot up S3 -- on account of sickness, has hinnolt been Ronndftcne and Rockcastle River, where than Cleveland's. Bat the result then is 540,413 taken sick acd for the last two trips A. T. they will divide a three thoussnl acie not to bs compired with tha. of last week. Editor Stead and tho woman, who Xunnellev has been handling the mails. tract of Und. M KUCHA XT TA I f. I J. a young girl in London to show how Judging from his looks, ho is nearly n The fight this time was a regular stand up G. W. McCIure acd Casper Williams one between the two parties Three years it was done end to proye hia charges re- 300 pounder, it will take more than an are renovating the old office in tbo Court, ago the republican candidate, Folger, was garding the wholesale traffic of virtue, has house yard. They expect to take power disease to throw him off. nominated by such fraudulent means that been found guilty. slon in a few days when thpy will be preI barorrcelrid aud still reeelrlng Eld Jos. Ballou tells us that a cab-ba- pared to treat all their clients in "Irgal" Alfred Little, the notorious Breathitt the honest men of his party were forced to which in 1884 bore a head, style. It will b quite an improvemennt plant, county outlaw, was found guilty at Louisrebuke it. this spring and rai?ed seed and on the old order of things. F. II. Reppert-wil- l on being solicited by his repub-lica- n ville In the U. S. Court on 20 counts for sprouted Maiione violation of the pension laws and still that now 55 little cabbage heads show occupy the office over Paris' store. Comprising the tost In the market, which will be friends to stand for Congress next themeelves around its roots. Wa have onthere is more to follow. Mrs. M.E. Brown took charge of the say-irj- g year in his district, positively declined Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Nono in City or Country. The sum total of the proceedings of ly to state in connection tha Mr Billou ia Poatoffice at this place last Thursday. SLe that he will not return to public li'e Wayne court of claims is ao follows: a preacher to convince a eptics of the will be assisted by her daughter, Mirs the Giro Mo a Trial. with clipped wings at the end of hu assertion, though Brother Georgia. Tho cilice is now kept in one of term, preferring to follow private Taxes increased lOcJper S1C0 and 50s ad- truth of his to testify when we the rooms formerly connected with Jack penults and enjoying his Virginia home. ded to poll tax. Claims were allowed to John Bright refused to state the general cba racier of Adams' rtore. Mrs. Brown will keep her asked him Signal. t ....'" """ He ought to go into his hole and draw it the amount of about $0,000. The Mountain Girl, which was carry- the witness for veracity. millinery goods in the same building. in after him. The people of Virginia will I.I The counties all around us are rejecting not enjoy his eoj jyment ol a home in their ing Holland & MoMahon's circus, collided It 13 scarcely necessary for us to call at to observe how greatly Mb with the J. W. Gaff near Aurora, Ind. tention to the huge advertisement of Hay-de- n their candidates for county oflhen and it is midst except Seven showmen were drowned, all the & Lytle, save to say that they mean high time that Rockcastle was following fine plumage has been clipped. horses and many other animals. business and that now is your time for bar- suit; and in making thore selections it must The suit against Young E. Allison, Geo. By a deposit at Washington of $50,000 gains. Tnat they are certainly oing to bo dono by some other method than primaW. 8m!th and the Louisville Press Compa-D- y In government bonds, tbeMadison National AND close out, the following from the Barber ry elections. We pcoplo up here ere for criminal libel on Mayor Booker Bank in thin place has become a U. 8. Deto primary eloctioo'1. While we are Cook Co., Kansas, Index will show: U'ni-iiitvu-- e Reed has been dismissed, the company filing pository for the reception of monies arising ! store room in the new block was rented this not expressing a preference for aoy candi a disclaimer that in making the publication from Internal Revenue ollections. Regis & Lytle, two merchants of date for ofiics in the county (but are lor week to llayden A Full and complete iiKsortuieiu of Furniture, embracing they did not intend to impugn his hon- ter. . the but men) how would this do for tho will open out an urjthliiK from tho ChcapctU to tho FlucHt Jamea A. Dawson, formerly Adjutant Stanford, Kf. They charge fraud and corruption esty or to Nuitcn. We democrats of Rockcastle at the next Austock of dry goods, clothing, boots, need to o to tho Iutr eltlcn to uiukc your purchuHCH, no matter against him. Mesers. Allison and Smith General of Kentucky, and widely known shoes and genta' furnishing goods on Janua- gust election. For County Judge, M. E. what quantity r quality you want, an I can aud will duplicate distinctly avow in the Truth that they dis- throughout the State, was appointed by ry 11. Theso centlemen were here this Mullins; County Attorney, J. V. Brown; any prices yon can obtain clHewhcrc, frelKlit being added. Abe claimed nothing, but on the contrary re- tbe Preident Surveyor General of Coloraimpressed every ono with whom County Clerk, M N. Laneford; Sheriff, W. do, of which State he has been a resident week and iterate all and more than tbey ever said. P. Hiatl: Assessor. J. W. kirby: Jailer. a full assortment of CoIUiih, Cases, fthrond and ItohcH, embrac they met as being live and energetic busi- Jas. Crutcber; aid for Circuit Clerk, D, N. lug all the New Sfylcs, for several years. both cheap and expensive, Ware room' high in finan- Williams. That rata desert the sinking ship ia We unruly suggest tlieeo opposite Nt. Anaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. Judge Cox, in the Circuit Court of ness men. They are quoted cial circles. plainly shown by the election returas of names of Democrats. Don't know whether Hamilton county, Chio, decided the elecIowa, which heretofore could always be deenjoyable aud at the same any of them would consent to become canThe most tion suits practically in favor of the Repubdidates or not. pended on by the republicans for 00,000 to lican candidates for the State Senate in time the meat mystifying entertainments 100.000 ruaiority this year only gave its LlltlNGSTOIJ, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Cincinnati. An appeal will be taken to that have ever been given at tho Stanford candlda'e for governor a pitiful 7,004 Opera House, were those of Prof. Charles the Supreme Court. The saw mill men aro very busy gathThe year of jubilee, If not already The Blackburn Sinitarlum, establish- A. Lewis, who is not only a capital sleight ering in their logs; have had a splendid is approaching with the rapidity of a here, ed by the old governor, for the cure of in- of hand performer, an unequalled juggler tide. cyclone. ebriates, ban proven a failure and been and a clever illusionist, but a man of a Married, on Thursday evening, Nov. IIavinh no confidence in hiselectlonand purchased by the city of Louisville for n great deal of wit, by means, of which ho fitb, Mr. Henry Uurton, a Ihurlshing merwith an eye open to the main and surest pest house for $1,000, thrice its value, it in kef pa hia audience alwa's in a good hu- chant of this place, to Mint Millie Stanley, mor und sometimes convulsed with laug-te- one of the charming bellei of Eit Bern-stachance, Ira Davenport, defeated candidate alleged, so aa to hnlp the old man out. Many of lih tricks an new and nil for goyernor of New York, frczs to his Sanator Sharon, of California, is dying, The ceremony wis performed by . 1 12 AIL, 13113 IJV Congres and will winter in Wash- nehas instructed his son and Gen. Barnes, are so cleverly exscu ed that one can but Rev. B. B. Van Nugs, of thN place The atseat in , sit and wonder at iih wonderful prefnion-cy- tendants were Mr. Thos. Crter, a young DrngK, intead of Albany. ington his chief attorney, to carry on the fuht Wall Paper, Wines. Miifclcnl Chcinlenlrt, Ddrlng the performance his two pret- conductor on the L nooks, lustrueimmfr,. THKLiuisville 'lima Bptake of our ex- against the conspirators (meaning Sarah AN, and Mtj Katio I'UllltH, .Stationery, Clears, daughters are introduced and they McCarthy, a handsome young Indy of this Pocket cellent Congrcssmaa ai "Tom" McCreary. Althea and confrere?), and never desist un- ty little Soups, Oils, Tobaccos, Cutlery, to the enjoyment of the place. Cjme, Tommle, your turn next Lumps, Perfumery, Emmett Logan ha? evidently not returned til they are landed in Jul. Hetalks cilia contribute much Fire Arms, Macliin programme, tho whole of which ia chaste George will bo on hand Sunday. Wnrrpn county. ly md brrvcly of his approaching end, und from that big hunt In XccdlttK. and refined. Wh take pleasure in heartily Our Jewelry, Silverware ami Optical Uooils Department is in CJiarco if(Vil Mr. O, A. Carpenter, formerly agent of LiuivilIo'a oldest man, A Emerson, announces hlmeelf ready for the dread riiniiimnilini the Prof, to th. amusement ho. IlIrlianlH, who will Repair .Vntclios and Clocks promptly mid lii Ifid event. the L. ti N. at ttiifl pl.Cr, ha nu. uM i ,. jijttf. aged 10J, is oeid, loving people as a matiir ot hit hutfiriba. " rv jill -' .1 an- '(4 CoNO"ttES9Bieatafoar weeki from ywler- gUIIIttWI day. The House is compose of 325 mem ' ; bera and fie democrats hare a majority PERSONAL. I weatber-boardlos- ar-re- n's mk$ DR. BRONAUGH ". J Farms &3 Knobjjand. ,, DesirableResidence p'. IV??'' ll woud-hour- t, A a -- 60-I- tu :,"", nt " r. Well Paid Employment! tllinil-UmOQ- t.. i. .tftffE'iV. --- j.i your-I'J-J- com-missio- LOUISVILLE Bk-keeplng took-keepe- r. la-r- bt Louisville Bryant k Strntton Business re-pe- at W. H. HIGGINS '!'."' ':'""'': In-ii- $H5.-Danv- ma-jori- ty H. C. RUPLEY, . NEW GOODS FOK FALL &WINTBR H. O. seni-t'ori- al RUPLEY. - Hd UNDERTAKER, JOealei in Parlor ma-jorit- y. M'ROBERTS, & STAGG, PlinRICEIinSTS laaiior r. dt. Opera House Block, Stanford, Ky. JMitiAMSVjmm:m0ttmfm0.mmiAimbprroi 2. T & J2H5 . ftftTTSIfl , TO HwKjt 'LA HkM HHMLl AA Ihh. 1 . . ; .i i GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE! r I Of the Combined Stocks tiff-- SJ ft a u A A JS- - HATDEI ST O.M ' & LTTLE! aSTF'OIRID iErTtJois:"" Do J In i- In order to close out our Immense Stock of Dry Goods by January 1st; as we leave ihen for the "West, we offer at retail ''iU LllJ'il M tjj ' fwentf d-obd- s, iiif - Wtt '!' Of Diy i Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Fancy Grbbdi, Etc., Etc., at and below Wholesale Cost. A greater portion of the stock is NEW AND SEASONABLE, having been bought for the present season's trade, and the Goods are of Superior Quality and Style, adapted to the requirements of the Ipest trade. The unseasonable goods in stock are selling BELOW FIRST COST and induce purchasers to buy and carry over for Spring and slightly damaged goods, sold and Summer use. Great BARGAINS are offered in a limited amount of tail-enregardless of cost to insure quick sales. The sale is strictly for cash and no accounts will be made. d ZHZ-A-jDIEISr & I LYTLE. THEE dEHELA-IP T H If thstt e yet had enough of life to make amsnds And hoped thnt h would Nkw to, dinner and chamber peto just come from the Htite prison reolVvd to do Uuuc Oysters at S. r3. Mycin' this ven- - I arren's ''Model Oro received nl A. A. so. He then pised the sentence of 3 ng. ii cry years on him for the murder of Nick Bene day. Bright of mil received to ) K. M Jackson has Ivrn comtnifsioued diet. Riberts is bit 17 yem t f nge. A Metcalf. , poctma'tcr at London. A capital it William Cir-o- n was also sentenced after Si'LiutDU) veilrty of canned gf ois at T. "ointment. (if hid mnd a little speech in answer to I K. Walton'.. the JjdgnVi fjues ion if he hid anything to AntMY was hern inDinville a few days esy why tin verdict mould not baexeculed A wo steck of overcoats at Ijw pr ch at ajo with two well formed front teeth. Thi Hi acknowledged that I o had been given K.las A Levi'. is a font aje. two fair trials, but said bi act was in self Biuci;. Two hundred and fifty tbous-and- , New Solium molasses and nm crop deferso and that therefore he cught not to N 0 Kucar At Bright & Metcalf'. hard and well burned, for sale by be pun'shed. The sentence was passed but " Henry liiughman. line of Ainberetta junt ars'ispemhd for GO days to await the result of A nBAirriFl'L en appeal. Fok Rent. The utore room I hui occurived at A. A. Warren' "Model Grocery,"' CutctTtT Couur. Tho caw of William Tho cisa of R. C. Engleinm for shooting pying I offer for rent from Nov. 9th to Jan. llockcr, at $1.&0 neiro, for attempted raps on a A mo stoat of heavy blanket Smith Baughman was continued m it like ht, '80 with a privilfje of a two years' nejro girl, win tried Friday, but the pir, warranted all wool at Klass & leni, R S. Lylle will be till all the witnewes forget who jury failed to ugre9 and it w:n roet for tri If Levi's. at alta'duy, Williiun Vanoy wns pronounced wss shot and who did the "hooting. Wu are now prepared to eerve lunch El Johnson, one of the fojr nerote Thk Presbyterian ladles ask us to Kay all hours aNoryatera In any style, and after an idiot and placed upon tho charge of the during charged with pursuing the Mi'sea Marcum that they will give an entertainment Nov. 10th we will be ready to serve mea's State. Miry Stuart, wife of Cnarley Stu with criminal intent, was put uptn trial the Chriatmss Holidays. " at nil hour. Severance Bron. art, cold, was adjudged a lunatic and orderSituiday but the Court adjourned before it ae Sorghum, SijACOKAULK goods, such UTaz man Biker, who murdered Asa ed to tho asylum. was concluded, till yesterday. The prosecuThe negro, Lf wis Anderson, charged with N. 0 Sugar. Oatmeal, Currant', Cition, Miller, colored, at Jellico, was captured in tion proved the charges but the deAc, at T. R. Walton'. Louisville a ho was bound for tho bound-le- s attempted rapo on Mrs. J. H. Iliatt, was fense which was represented by J it quietly brought over from Lexington Wot and brought hick for trial. Peyton and T. P. Hill, Jr , atA cabinet of all kinds of flavoring ex . m Thursday night and tho case tiled for im fruit coloring and sewing machine Tin: Rink opened in foul weather but mediate trial. Attorneys P. M. McRoberts tempted to show, aid that seems to be the track, oUauit received at A. A. Warien'd "Model with a fair crowd and skating was kept up and T. P Hill, Jr., were appointed to de Impression of thoe who heard the teatimo- ny, that the negro was mistaken in the for several hours much to the enjoyment Grocery." fend him and he first decided to undergo a art c1m of MIm Mary McKoberta of the participants. Tho music of tho regular trial, but feir of violence grew so chnrrcter of the women, though there cou'd Tub be no excuse for persistence in the pursuit. of their Gold and Silver Band was highly compliwill give a public exhibition great that he sent for the gentlemen again ThursJay In her studio on mented acd Mr. Joe F. Waters, who played and said he wanted to p'ead guilty. lie V. H. Miller enisled Mr Warren in the painting next a baritone solo, was to loudly encored that prcscution and at 11 o'clock veBterday the Lancaster street. was immediately taken into court, n jury he had to respond to the demand. There jury after a short retirement returned a vas-eimpanelled and the case submitted with BrE out line of heating otoveJ, coal wss a number of persons from Lsnc inter verdict of three years in the penitentiary. The and Danville present, who added much to that pics, and he was given the fullest ex kitchen set, Ac, befoio buying. All common law cases have been contintent of the law, seven year in the penitenlargest and cheapen lot in town. Bright the pleasure of the evening. ued till next term as the Court will hardly Owsley, with commendablo tiary. Judge & Metcalf. get through the criminal busine before In deference to the wishes of noma irrepaued sentence on him bond sistible little maidens, the evening clewed precaution, then iti forced adjournment Saturday. Two hi father giving tho necejeary 0 and ordered that he to at onco taken to the George S.ephenwn, of Crab Orchard, was with a dance but them is so much ohjec- - Lexiogton jill to await the time for taking murder caser, four attempts at rape acd vesterdav released from jail, whero he bad ion to this mode of closing by the mothers the other prisoners to Frankfort. During one grand larceny cise remain to be tried who do notdance, that the manager and ncarl all the accused are in jiil. been confined 10 dais lor carrying concea.- of thoce the delivery of the sentence, tho negro thinks it beet to say that hereafter tho two Much difficulty wis found yesterday in ed weapons. showed the most abject terror and Any he combined. Ther are will in tho caie of Sam Eaibry, has moved bis stock pleasures him to obtaining a jury movement in the home caused A. T. Nunneixey other nights that the hall can be u;ed by who is likewhe charged with detaining the formerly occupied start sb it shot. Judge Owsley told him of harness to the room those who delight to glidd through the But 8 could be obtained Missss Marcum Stashould bo protected, but the negro was Dr. J. F. Peyton over h'a Livery by dreamy mozjd of the waltz, Those who he out of the regular panel and Judge Owsley ecll at cost for cmh for of the vengence that might be ble, which he will Iccmo to skate pay for tho privilege and well aware ordered Sheriff Menefee to summon a sufviitcd up?n him and ho was greatly rethe next Bixty dayn. have the right to euj y it. ficient number of men from the McKinuey lieved when placed in a vehicle and bunied The Kink will be open next Friday neighborhood tocomplet e the jury. Pent' That very beautiful tbwer, the Chrya off to tike the train at the Hanging Fork nntbemuro, which is in bloom when the night and each succeeding Friday night tank. Eq route his guards asked him for ing the arrival of the men the negro asked favorites have until further notlca. Come everybody. permitted to confess and take three Hammer and autumn charges against him, when to be t enlorin2 a crais in New The Gold A bilver Btnd announces the the truth of the year'' and his wishes were gratified, A he confessed everything and eaid he knew those following programme for the next t: worse case could have been made sgalnit York and Boston, the moit eentlble not what imptllcd him to do the crime as had for a long time. A full him than that of Johnson. citleu have he had not premeditated it. The punish TART I. from $20 to grown plant is in demand at na 1 'Srllnttrs-OrnSt luteal IIciie It Is.-- A. A W. H. Traylor are ment is far too light for the heinousneaa of rch 2 Frcih $50. Webb tho crime, but the law is to blame for that rotailing pure water brandy and whisky at Medley AnJsnto A WalUHPimdlTlllo firm of Bright 8 Populsr Judge Owsley deserves their distillery premises at ?2 10 per gal. PAtvriEH Indebted to tho 4 CUrlnila Folka Kellar and not the court. rolka-Sa- to commendation for his precau- for the former and $2 for the latter. come forward and settle im 5 Swccthcntt for tho Cornet by Dr. the higheet & Curran muat ;. I.co F. liull'uiau Frosho tion in tho nutter and for using every Billy Weatherford hss at last mediately. Your account is now duo and OrNEi 1UBT1I, means to prevent any attempt to mob tho succeeded in getting his bar room opened of parties being good does not pay 0 the fact Mo Fuck Mel!cv March-C- all good cr he wag sworn to protect while in at Richmond, tho first that has openly exjeeounts, and I want every one, 7 OTcrture-Fro- ttj Pond I.lltca Ilcrndcu scoundrel, the hands of tho law. and straighten up their 0 8 Fretty 6Vuter' Wnltz isted there for six years A bond of Itaimdell poor to come Henry Roberts was brought out for senThomas give a bankable note I can not 9 Pomona March wns required of him beeidca a license of counts or Southwell tence Friday and the Judge after recalling money wailing to 10 Old Kentucky Home If tho people of the town are to $1,200 afford to loo?e time and In "Spllnteri" Grand Muilcal Smaib-uho cn aeltle when tbo tribulations of a Hand lender on tho 4th of or tbo Rtrocily of his crime, which, but for have a whisky establishment in their midat accommodate partita be kept by so do eo. Very member of tlis llsnd trim to liavs a wlo, his voiiih, the jury would htvo punished it is well for them that it will they try and do not propose to and III ! nt tu.it .a lu luc'e. or life imprieonment, admonish- - I dicent and clever a man i with death Curran. KwpeclftillT, B'W'1 LOCAL HATT.1S Kiiron broad to day at Severance Bros ... m - Cah-LO.U- T ' m A wi'ATCH fron Athntt, (h, iflia of the death in the Ful'on oanty jail of Prof George M. Cnevi, who ussd to teach :hool in thio county. He s nn edi'cr at the time of hiei death, which w.io caused by mental deproeMon, which developed into a diee, crowing out of ht crime. On the 2V.h of Oi'.or. 1SS1 he Mint aid killed Ctpt J. II. Pickett. Cncvf had promised it "uppirt Pickett for the leziola litre, and then faIa.l t do to. Pickett thereupon cut Cueve' acquaintance. Thii aonorked upn the editor' cjini that he procured nhot gun, aoughl out Pickett and ahut him dts.1 Ii.-t- ed him aBOOER I- K- T. R. WALTON, -- DEALKB ie lr m i iihir rTNvtgyfoiji, in , , ,, Meesre-MaBterso- n m And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. IN ADDITION TO URO0ERIT.8 AND FaOVI3IOH8, HE KEEPS Tin-- , Glass- - and Queensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- nt Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. de-....- .i cuter-ttiumen- n Llfa-M- School Supplies: Baskets, Bags, Slates, Pencils, Pens and Holders, Ink, &c. M lo tc $o,-00- Corner Main and Somerset Sts. is the best place to buy. 2 itiiii-ffitteMDlnf t-- A.-r- CASDlDATKS. trior Itrarnal A KANSAS PRAIRIE. (Mrs. Klleu P. Allerton. Tho poopl of this brave now world Have co mo from every quarter; Bo mo faced oach other long ago, On red fields bathed in slaughter. For Instant Dse It Candl Mnsoi.hcimer's Restaurant Vtn Orrosrrx Coost-Uous- k COUCH3 Mrsu uko J '"WX. US . D. KENNEDY Assessor, subject to the action ol THE TRUE GYPSY. THE ROMANY OF THE BETTER KIND A HAPPY RACE. Au Assembly of Uitndsomo l'ncot and. flrnccful rieurci Lonfluc n Hoal Sub- atantlnl rienture A Wonderful Tnlent for LaiiBuaxet. (Lelnnd's St Malo (France) Letter. Tho other day I went to tho beautiful rami of. DInan to see tbo cathedral, and nnoiont hoims, and quaint street), and it provod to me to be a museum ethnological as For It was by goixl well m orch3logIoaL luck tbo day of tha great fair, and all the town was filled with Breton peasant women, LIFE IN MARSEILLES. in ovory variety of the curious caps peculiar to thorn. It was really a remarkable sight. The Denth Unto Joyoutnet. and Abnndon Some of theso caps are singularly pretty, Opon-A- lr Sleeper. and lam very sorry that I had not an op Cor, San Francisco Chroniclo. one, of which, of courso, portunity to sketch Tha ordinary death rate of the city proves But if I never saw another oxample. there were pretty cap? there wore no pretty the insalubrious conditions. Even in summon called healthy it is forty or fifty a faoei. day, nearly four times that of San FranTHE OYPSIE3. As soon at I had made that romark I saw cisco, or any othor American city of from to 300,000 inhabitants. Slaw tbo one of tho most beautiful girls I ever beheld cholera, two months it in my life. There were seven or eight peo- advent of thotimes roachod eighty-flv- o ago,per ple in a group ono girl and the rost men-ly- ing bassavrril day, of whom somewhat loss than half were on tho grass undor the castle-wall- s from cholera. eating their dinner. Dark almost as InNo change is perceptible In the dally life dians, all of them, with wild, flashing eyes Uusmets goes usual. and an indescribably easy, lithe expression of the people. streets are filled on as persons with of limb, which belonged to no European Tho principal vocations race At a glance I knew the true, pure engagol in their ordinary and shaded or bent promeStopping, I said in French: "Etei on pleasure. The cafes Gypsy. vous TsIganP ("Are you gypyJ") "Qui, nades, which are numerous, have their mulevening. Tho Monsieur," replied one politely, yet without titudes of loungers, day andshouting moving. Then I sail in their own tongue: ovenings aro noisy with tho freely in of sailrum or "Good day, brothers; can you not talk ors who have indulged too KomanyP And then they moved I leed, absinthe, or vocal with the songs of gay There Is, in a word, parties of musicians. quickly enough, and crowded round me. all tho noise, joyousness and abandon that 1 never saw in my Ufa in an assembly of the same number so many handsome faces, might be expected In a. brilliant provencal figures, or so much natural grace. They metropolis. But under this gayety are abundant signs were neatly clad and very clean, and com gypsies of tha poverty and misery which furnishpared with our American-EnglisThe benches furas door or leopards would comparo with tbo elements of disease. coarse cattle. I never saw any people so nlshod for the accommodation of the public entirely and thoroughly delighted as they in the promenades and shaded streets and were, the pleasure being vastly increased places must exceod 1,000, and I never passod when they found I could talk German, for these localities at a late hour without seeing they were all natives of the .fatherland. ovary one occupied by one or two sleepers They were wandering musicians, haunting often a whole family father, mother and young children. I have also often seen fairs, and so made themselves as as they could. It is a strange thing that homeless women with little daughters sleephe who can talk Romany should be a ing on doorsteps, vagabonds reposing constranger in no land, for the instant he meets tentedly in the most unexpected public with tho wanderers (Romany is possibly places, and have never passod along the connected with the Hindu ramna, ''to quay of the old port without being able to roam") ho is rogardod as a special friend. count theso houseless wanderers by scores, I think that our meeting on that grassy if not to say by hundreds. Of those who ovory night stow themselves slopo under tbo old castle walls would have In secure nooks and corners no account can made a good picture. be made, but it is safe to estimate that 5,000 a lur-r-r race. or 0,000 persons of both sexes and all agos The Romany, especially .of this better in Marseilles have no roof to cover them, kind, are really a very happy race, and and are obliged to sleep in the open air what is good for them is that they know it overy night in this season of cholera. UsuOnce in a while oue of them gets into ally during the summer the weather is trouble for obtaining a hen without proper mild and no great discomfort comes preparatory negotiation with the owner, or the exposure, but just now the chilly from wind for "acqulsltlng" a clean shirt a la Pe- of the Rhone, the mistral, is prevailing, and Then he has to live introleum V. Naiby. is the air after midnight is so cold that doors for many days, and returning to his really quite suggestive of froit. It it a is tribo draws a fearful picture of existence in temperature to which robust and warmly a houso. Not being ashamed to beg, they dressed persons oould not long expose themnover want for a dinner no man ever does selves without discomfort or danger to their in thN world who is devoid of shame and can offer the thinnest shadow of a pretense health. or recompense. The gypsy woman tells How Salmon Canning Was Started. or sings a song; her husband trades Chicago Tribune. horses, plays the Addle, and is always on The salmon canning industry in Oregon is hand at a pig fair or any place whore quick attributed altogether to a suggestion of that wit helps to a treat queer genius, George Francis Train. Some Loafing, which is to others only a form of years ago Train was to deliver a leotaro in onnui, is to him a real substantial pleasure Portland, and in the afternoon before ha wat nay, life itself in all its bost; and with a to speak engaged in salmon fishing. He pipe of tobacco bo asks for nothing more. mot with great success, and was amazed at Sinoe the prehistoric ages his ancestors the quantity of the great fish in the river. loafed In many lands and laid on the grass, Ho could talk of nothing else, and begged and begged, and otole, and were banged or the lecture committee who bad engaged him banished; but they took it all philosophicto allow a substitution of salmon for the ally and easily. Ethnologists dispute as to subject of bis address in place of the one anorigin but of one thing we are cer- nounced. This the committee would not their tain, that wherever they came from there agree to, and Train bogau tha speech anthey loafel on a stupendous scale, for as nounced in the advertisements. II r. Petulengro, who was one of them, reHe got along very well for half an hour marked, "When we are not engaged in get- or so, and then tho attraction of tho theme ting our victuals wa are mostly occupied uppermost in his mind proved too much for with our diversions, so that between the two him. He left his original subjjet and began we have very little time for improving our to talk about salmon. He drew a salmon minds." So they don't improve them, but on tbo blackboard; he declared that the soem to be none the loss healthy, happy, and people before him were neglecting a mine of handsome, wealth close beside them; he told them, that Why such incorrigible heathen loafers they ought to begin salmon-cannin- g at should bo gifted with every physical once; that it was the coming groat isUuetry when their betters are ugly and of the region; and that if they did not move ailing is a puzzle which to use the words of quickly in the matter others would ceme iu Saint Chrysojtom, tne percutlt extempore, and soiza the prizj. H bacams eloquent, "knocks me out of my time." There was and tbo lecture ended iu a grand, wordy not a scamp In that camp whose faco would panorama showing a salmon-colore- d future not bavd turned tho heads of an entire for the country. girl' boarding. school, or, possibly, of a One or two men in tbo audienco, though convent The-German gypsies are not discounting Train's prophecios, were imonly handsomi. They have all that won- pressed with his ideas, and resolved to carry derful, innate, sprachtaleut, a taiont for them out in a practical way. They organlauguagoi which is no very rare among ized a company, and the salmon-cannin- g inEurope!)?. dustry was begun. h nice-look-ifor-tone In frotty dawns of winter morns The wbito smoke curls away From homes of men who wore the Bloo And nwn who wore the Gray. Here, brothers all, they hang their gifts On the same Christmas tree, Aro kindly nolghbors, cordial friends, As brothers ought to bo. And crowds of children, Kansas-borTho young state's hope and pride With rosy chooks and sparkling oyes, Loam lessons silo by side. Knught reck they of tho battle-fielOf nad, dark years of slaughter; The Northman's son some day shall wod The Southron's gentle daughter. n As a reliable remedy, in cases of Croup, Whooping Cough, or sudden Colds, and for the prompt relief nnd cure of throat and lung diseases, Aycr's Cherry Fcctoral is invaluable. Mrs. K. O. Edgerly, Council Bluffs, Iowa, writes : " I cousidcr Aycr's Cherry Fcctoral a most Important remedy for home use. I have tested its curative power, In my family, many times during the past tfcirty years, and have never known it to fall. It will relieve tho most serious affections of tho throat and lungs, whether In children or adults." John II. Stoddard, Petersburg, Va., writes : "I have never fouud a medicine equal to tho Democrstlo puty. Jte for DANVILLE, . KENTUCKY, ar GEORGE S. OAUPENTEIt Is a Candidate for Coantjr Clerk, subject to the tion of the Democracy. ac- Meals are atrred at all hours, flama always on hand and In Its season, oyatert fresh flih, and aim-Udelicacies acrTed In all atrlea and on abort notice. Look out for the algn ''Woodbine Restaurant" and call when you are hungry. JK. ?'. MASOSilRIMEIl Jb CO., DanTllle, Ky. &&& S XSMSSISJsVSlalVnaVK ilalai ttlmtiUtUf lvsMtrtil prUy) thtl UmIm ti phuin rffttu-ift- f Ut wly RMr&lBfMuih, tal la Iht f,H 1 thr v off th falMtnomtirftBt It tftt ttopltf f'ltH Wb iMimMatM ttk ! ttailB Ui1ii Trriti'tplt In tbt fnt;itt (Ud tf iht oH e4H, ff- !! Ift flWIfT fttM AltAI CMtsVtttl Kl4tf Wtiltm ift ffetit kanwn fmlf Ut Covibt, Ortp. 1 CtaianpUtR, trhvsMBf til rUtbU, ta rMiipi4Muitii Atk twiirtttii forli. fYlM. $1. WAtTERA.TATIOR.AtUnU.Oa. 2U J. t. . r...ii.i-i- a M. jonxsoN J. A. J. fa? i.uiMr nf Lincoln counts', sub ject to the action ot the Ueuiocraoy. POSTED. This notice forewarns hunters, tlihermeu and tramis cotto treanauon our lands without per mission, at all audi acta are liable to be prosecuted WILLIS C. B.1UNETX rniintr. milled cratic party. wmoiuneiiexieuioi C. n...ii.i.t. t..ii.a to ifiiAA nt Tnltp nf I.lnraln of the Demo rtlmarr election W. T. SAUNDERS I a Candidate lor Jailer, aulject to the action ol the Democracy. M.Martin, Tucker, . Lynn, II. D. lUugliojan, John A Jaa. Smith, J. K. Lynn, Mr. Mary C, Matheny. (lie law, C. It. BiiineJ? W. T. Tucker, Adam I'ence, J. iraig bampson, L. Murphy, A.J. Daugherty, ((Mill) Cherry Pectoral for the prompt relief of throat and luns diseases peculiar to children. I consider it an absolute cure for all such affections, nnd nm never without It iu tho house." Mrs. L. E. Herman, 197 Mercer st., Jersey City, writes: "I havo always fouud Aycr's Cherry Pectoral useful In my family." B. T. Johnson, Mt. Savage, Md., writes : " For the speedy euro of sudden Colds, and for the relief of children allllct-c- d with Croup, I have never found anything equal to Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It Is the most potent of all tho remedies I have ever used." W. n. Stickler, Terrc Haute, Ind., writes: "Ayer's Cherry Pectoral cured my wife of a severe lung affection, supposed to bo Quick Consumption. We now regard tho Pectoral as a household necessity." E. M. Bralncrd, Minn., writes: "I am subject to Bronchitis, and, wherever I go, am always sure to have a bottle of Brcck-enridge, AYER'S LUMBER! Dreased Pino Flooring, Coiling, Woathor ttoaras, iinlsuing Lumber, Green Lumber in tho Bongh, including Laths and Shingles. Kortheconrenlenreof our customers In HUii-for- d and tlclnlty we hare arranged with tVro. Mt. IVettren to keep on hit yarda an aitortment of our Lumber, where they can get It as cheap aa from us direct. He will olw make ettlmatea for any bills not on hands, which we will nil on abort notice. n T. M. PEXNIXGTON Is a Candidate for County Clerk ol Lincoln, to the action of tho Democracy. tub-ect tim,i ftlhtrfS frm tf ilai tlott tit tmU iutmt Tb 3MC TJ JLm JLm Es, 1iiiuuiw, la la tt Aiiihri tk 1. kYwtJi, JUDGE XV. O. HANSFORD trf nt Lincoln, la a Candidate for County Attorney ol suljectto the action of the Democracy. JUDGE T. Is a IV. VARNON jUnh.rt I'm 1H MflOF.M P;MftUfy tfrviCtllt. ul CaUlfta Mt rtl.rriKKRr Imlb1. COKDUL rrtltM to the office ofCoun. Candidal foi ty Judge, subject to the action of the Democracy. JtKLVlX Jb V.t VtS. Lily, Ky. Itoth for ute by Ur. M. L. IIOUIINE, 8UnXord. J. D. 8WOPE PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSIC, lc LOGS WANTED. I will pay tho highest price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and Hickory Logs delivered at any station of the L. & N., K. O. or O. S. R. R. J. 0TTENHEIMER, Crab Orchard, Ky la a Candidate for County Cleik of Lincoln, subject to ibe action of the Democracy. GEORGE II. COOPER for Cou aty Clerk of Lincoln, tubject to the action of the L emocratlc party. It a candidate JAMES IV BAILEY Its candidate for Circuit Clerk, tubject to the ol the democratic party . We are agenli for the old and reliable John Church Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio, lor the silaof Organs, Automatic Muilcai Instruments and Mualcal Merchandise In Lincoln and Uarranl cotintle, Kentucky. Jlonthlu 1'itvmritt received until paid for. 1ic lient Htunilnnl Co., make A Son,Wis. KnabeA New Ilaaelton tiro., Decker Krerett and Kngland 1'lanot, either upright or louara. In Organs, the follow, n log makers: dough A Warren, John Church A Co. and the Hterllug, with the patent Ayer's Cherry Pectoral with me. It Is without a rival for the euro of bronchial affections." PHKrARED BY v II a eanawaie iuroui.u. Ject to the action of the democracy. T.D.NEWIiAND ....... Dk.jnrriniAtn rountr. .. IV. ...-- aub The OrVnfrou.an Automatic Muilcai Instrument, tne moat perfect In the world. Illustrated rataloguri tent frro to all who apply, also the lieal reference, from thoM who base bought and tried any of theater muilcai Inttru-menAddrvat ut at HUnfoM, Ky. 3Myr S. it. Jb L. COOK. Chime Helta Attachment. J. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. v.ti... Ai TinAln Pnuntr. f ub- -- . -- It acanumaie lot j.uri patty. Ject to the action of the Democratic . I DAWSON MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Reputation, AND OHIO & MISSISSIPPI The Direct Route to- 0. W - For sale by all Druggists. Ague Cure ' AYER'S county, tubIs a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln ject to the action of tha Democratic party. SAM. M. OWENS St. Louis & tho West maks direct ronuMtlon at thow point! with the Lightning Eipre on the Ohio A Mlulailppl fur Ut Louli and all polnu Weat. TTniHK? OnlT from Ivulirllle or Clneln-XHUUIb calf loHU iuii,llng two hours quicker lhau any other line, giving our puaenger time for mrali and first choice of Id trains D. R. CARPENTER at County Attorney, It a Canaidite for paity. luUJect lo the action of the Democratic Its Proprietor is Determined that it snail be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Gneits. LOUISVILLE or JIJI.WATI. Trflintj lirllle and Cincinnatifor I","' C'nooga Lou-il- ll Northwr it and SoulhwNt by the way of Malarial poisons. Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Fever, Dumb Airue, Bilious Fever, Dengue (or "Break-bouo- " Fever), Liver Complaint, nnd nil diseases arising from IS WARRANTED to cure Fever and a R. C. WARREN to the office ol; C.W- I. Candidate lor monwealtn't Aiiornri of the Democracy. trlct. tulject to the action Ifi "Harpers, S. C, July 0, 1SS4. "For eighteen months suf-erewith Chills and Fever, having Chills every other day. After trying various remedies recommended to cure, used a bottle of Aycr's Ague Cure, and Jiavc never since had a chill. EDWLY HARPER." O. I n. WADDLE Baeaa, going West. rti cl the Democratic party. of la a Candidate for Commonwoalih't Attorney Jne 8th Judicial Dlf flew tubject to the action of will be coartyad to and from Iked free of charge. Hpeelal acrnmmodatl oat to Commercial Trartltra. The liar will alwaji aapalled with tae eaeltett braadiof Lloaori aad Cleara. tne going by 12Hours Quicker JttrAVZ; wayf Chicago. I FARM FOR SALEt a tight of the Mlddleburg pike. The farm Is In one loVlttate of cultlrailon. under goodnfence and The county. beat w,te,ed Ftrmtln Unco iBproTementa comlit of a neat cottage houMofS door. goo.Iatabl. iplendld clitern at the and all necessary outhouses. it made, will aell at a bargiln. II not aald Farm tor ISSO. uBESJIPEnU roa O. & M. Alwayt make OHIO fit'. EiiNt Fast Timo and Snro Con With alt Lloet at Kcutuckj'A Route Now York. neotions St. Louis nnd Intermedial points" Br. J. rnr.rAitKD by C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by nil Druggists. "'"It PPl? Washington, Philadelphia and Tho only line running Xo Ferric, A'o OiuulitiiKTrnUM itr. "lit J. U. TA Yl.Oll, Huttontllle. ConnectI ns made In Union Depot. HI Be Warned Kidney diseases may be prevented by purifying, renewing, and Invigorating tho blood with Aycr's Sarsaparllla. When, through debility, the action of the kidneys is perverted, these organs rob tho blood of its needed constituent, albumen, which is passed off in the urine, while worn out matter, which they should carry off from the blood, is allowed to remain. By the use of Aycr's Sarsaparllla, the kidneys arc restored to proper action, and Albuminuria, or In time. Don't !Mgt In.tbe line of "Window PULLMAN XHV .SLELTIXi. CARS tkuth.eai. "" i,u"D t. Louli "J A SOLIDDTRAIN KOII When needing anything W&U Paper Decorations, Paints, oils, Louisville, Oinoinnati 4: Lexington, Ky., to Washington Oity, If you are going Witt to any call on or wille to the undersigned. For full and reliable Information In regard to Biatrt, Map,, Uuldea ITji' !,u finii?T",..,'Sy r?JM "".Tltku andVoutehoId Varnishes, Painters' Sunolies Generally, Th.t Glass, and Pant Trains for Now Connecting In the time depot with u.iiuma nicauon Ausor. it. Ulailulppl raiienger Ag't Ohio C. W. A "ru or aililrrwt A. E. Gibbon post-offic- 3tl St., Danville, hat a full, fresh and brand Near the new itock ol all the abore goodt, which he to dlspoie ol at the proposes the cities. That can be raaJe outtlde or inilde you can find Dealing exclusively In the abote line, aaiortment to atlect from at bit ttore a more itU:ctory prices man Most Reasonable rigux'os The Direct Itoute to Lynchburg, Danrllle, Norfolk and all Virginia and North Carolina l'olnle. IlKor tickets and lurther Information, applr to your nearest ticket office or addreat W. W.Monroe, D4r. Freight and Taiatnger Agent, Leal ngton Ky. O. W. HJ1ITII, II. W. FULLKH, Oen'l Manaeer, Uen'l I'aat'r Ag't, Uichmand. Virginia. York. W. W. TEABODY, W. B'lUrrul' K' IU11wt. I'AItlS .Central I'aueoger Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio tarn fioniu. "illiie-nrasf- s Bright' s Disease Aycr's Sarsaparllla nlso prevents inflammation of tho kidneys, and other disorders of theso organs. Mrs. Jas. W. Weld, Forest Hill St., Jamaica Thin, Mass., writes: "I have had a complication of diseases, but my greatest trouble has been with my kidneys. Four bottles of Aycr'j Sarsaparllla made mo feel like a new person; as well and strong as ever." W. M. McDouald, 40 Summer bt., Boston, Mass., had been troubled for years with Kidney Complaint. By tho use of Ayer's Sarsaparllla, he not only is prevented. Shortest and Quiokest Route from Oen tral Kontucky to all PoinU North, Lost, West and Southwest. Fast Line Between 1. Itoulc." 1 and Tine Window 01as3, Mixed Varnishes a Speoialty. hand. Carreti and Bullden' Paper constantly onulo fol- U .ure trial U solicited and XV. fmlillllfANj A. lnw Third titreet, DanTllle. Ky. G2.t A wn. Paints LEXIXGTO.Y A OI.YOI.Y2VAT1 rkhedule In Effect Oct. II, T BoDrn-Bocw- 1SS3. No. 8 10 'J 6, KoT7 Dally S "TTrJ.TI- - "t'on Ka LTe. CoTlngton.... " Kalmouth . I Hun. Kx. Hun. 2 00 4 Mine. Jeromn Ilonarurte. Profits or tho Baltimore Herald. Chicago Herald In hor old age Mine. Jeroma Bonaparte, "I hnva no f hopping to do now," said a of Baltimore, thg American beauty who 's wife the other day to a lady acmarried a brother of tho great Napolaon, and was repudiated by him, demanded a quaintance, "and I am just put out about groat doal more admiration than she got it" "Why)" was tho query. "Why, my At an entertainment sho considered herself husband brings more trash honn than you uoglected by the gentleman, who paid mo5t can think of. There is not a night that he n doesn't bring in a of nica things at their attention to a couple of d that.ho gets in tho You've no idoa. ladies. fSbo eadurel it for sometime, nni then remarked to tho first ono Ho has everything from diamond shirt-st- u Is to silk handkerchiefs. Tho other night who found a little time to spare with her: "Djyou know, Mr. X., that I consider it ho came home with two silk umbrellas, four the ttoit foolish thing in the world for a handkerchief?, alikost new, a small diamond a of a new gontleman to pay attoutious to a young collar-butto- n, fall overcoat and a Watorbury watch. mnrrled lady)"' "Indeed, madam responded the gallant, Where does he got all those thlnesl Why. in the pool-rooNice mon, he tills me, "and why!' "Becuuso a young niarriei woman Is only como in there, hot on boret and yachtr, base ball and uluggeri, nnd tuch things, and girl who belongs to somebody else." It was Mme. Bonaparte who observed to got completely 'busted' as he calls it; thon an old acquaintance, "If Mr X only had thoy put up tholr trinkets for monoy to buy tooth sho would be as ugly a. Mm. Y., and pool tickets with, and half the time thoy if Mr Y. bai hair she would be prettier never redeem them, so he brings tboui homo. Real nice business, isn't tU'' than Mrs. X." I'ool-Uooin. pool-sollorbalf-dozsnewly-marriopool-roor s, Dr. E. Office on J. Nickerson, - Danville, Ky. I.to. I'arli Arr. Winchester. " Wchmond.... Itowland bre. Ulcbiuoud... V M " lynthlina. II 02 10 Arr. I'arla. 10 amll Ill " Islington JJS7 puij am a m am 10 pro 31 p to V9 Physician and Surgeon, 4th St., " " tjnnilA, OUiuu1 6 IS p m A 17 p tu S a m 11 c.i u tu A 11 It pm I'i 30 pm II S'j ii in 0 10 pu ' nti .. . 7 1 OJpinl 3 30 p 111 1500 a iu IS on. 2 12 p ui pm 17pm i pmi 23 ptr Prevented the disease from assuming n fatal form, but was restored to perfect health. John McLcllan, cor. Bridge and Third tt., Lowell, Mass., writes : "For several years I suffered from Dyspepsia and Kidney Complaint, tho latter being so severe at times that I could scarcely attend to my work. My appetite was poor, und I was much emaciated; but by iiilng Swift's Specific la mMnrc'tJown remedy, made from roots gathered from the forests of (ieorglt. The method by which It It made was obtained by a balMirrrd from the Creek Indians whonhabllvd a certain portion of Georgia, which was communicated to one ol the early aettlera, andjthui tho formula hai been handed down to tho present day. The abore cut represents tho incthoU of manufacture twenty yrara ago, by Mr. C. T. Hwlft, one of the present proprietors. The demand hat been gradually Increasing until 1100,000 laboratory It now necessary toiup-pl- y the trado. A foreign demand hat been created and enlarged facilities will be noceuary to meet it. This great Arr. Herri " I.lTlrmton... KOKTU-BOUK- - Wpa ., No, II No. 10 11 3 No. 1 IMIch and FlHliibi Perfectly Cured. Uflod. Lte Mrlngiion..., Arr. Itlchtbond LTe. Itowland " Kerea i .... 00 a in 22 a in 45 a m 7 jj m. ttIU, r No Knlfo, Ligaturo or CauBtio Air. Illchmond I.fA IttMi.iitm.l I Arr. Wlncheiter l.TM. fjivlmrlnn Ltb I'arlt " Cynthlana. 11 A" ""' 8 7 0J a m t. . II 00 a in 2 23 a iu 8 25 a in 04IU AYER'S Treatment .Mild, No Detention From Easiness. Cure Ccrtnlu nud Permanent. Cure, No Pay. Xo S 7 25 a in Kalmntitli Sarsaparilla my appetite and digestion improved, nnd my health has been perfectly restored." Sold by all Druggists. Arr. CoTlngj on 8 53 a m 3 55 a ui 11 'i so p m 4 20 pm 20 a m 3 30 p iu, s 20 pm 3 58 p tu. 8 51 pm 40 tin S 87 pm 30 a m .600 ,Pm' 8 5pw Vegetable Blood Purifier NOITH-nOUK- JI.lTNVlI.Li: IIKAM1II. CKo. sTTTKoTUr Dally Dally Ex. Hun. Ex. Hun. i I When Vestryman Green bowed bis bead to rovi tho responses of the Utmy the other Sunday, ho was very drowsy indeod, and ho Price $1 ; Six bottles, $5. had repeated "Lord have mercy upon ui mtarablo sinners'1 but tbrea times whon he Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass., U. S. A. foil fast aleop. His wife nudgol him with her parasol without success. When the minister reached, "And now, wventeenthly, my belovod brethren," Ves0LUBBING RATES. tryman Green nwoko, and being unconscious of tha lapse of ttma responded in a To those desiring mMltlonat reading matter we sonorous and fervont voice: will club tho "Lord have insrey upon us miserable sinY INTERIOR JOURNAL ners." willingness to submit thus eugenderol. Augusta Chroniclo: To look at any ordiAt fallows: nary newspaper, tbo reader would como to With tbo WeeVly .. J3 CO Chlnu Ahead of Europe. the conclusion that the whole world was New York WorU " " 2 60 (North China Mall. sick, and that nothing would keep it from 3 00 New York Eun " ' Whero n European takes his dog out for a dying but the cure-al- l preparations which ' 0 00 " Ilarrer'n Magazine walk a Chinaman carries a cage, Imprisoned are so cunningly and Ingeniously presented 3 20 " " Hsrpu's Weekly iu which is a bird, and when ho sits down to as to docaivo tho healthiest mind or ctomacb. ' 3 00 " Mrnuae ho hangs the cage upon a tree In order roit 2 CO Home and Form Arthur is said to roceivo that bo may enjoy tho flood of melody Id lad, no jnu doilrp, invitations to dine than any other man wecan furiilmnutur what jiuljllcatiou rare you msiM which is poured forth from tha bird' l It with ur in tbo country. throat. tne Irouole au.l Meiue f rrintilUig lor it, trout 0ern 10 $1 W Gtirman: To look at ovory thing in n Old lubscrtbera. who Ikitb Blreuli' rull, can gloomy light is silly, iu a rosoate hue is a .i)iuHi.) din"er-ttc- e avail tlieuiwlvw ( 'lii .(I'm D.ive Shrunk Rbot anl killed Mb ' i' belwoe !2 Coluilon. I, 1. 'irntter J'.u in Wrillry Wt trick. SEW-WEEKLCourler-Journa'- The French a Colonisers. Blackwood's Magazine, The French moral fibre is not strong enough to withstand tho enervating and demoralizing effect of dobissl Oriental lifo. instead of rahlng tho uativos to tbotr own Livol thoy fall to the level of tho natives, and by this process they lose all title to as well as all tho influence for good which should attach to thoni as belonging to a higher nud u Christian civilization. With tho lovs of respact goes nlio tha coufldenco of tho natives in the justlco and fair doallng of tlioir conquurors, anl the Frenoh have no other weapon than the chassepot with which to encounter thi dislike anl un- Sonorous and Fervent Now York Times. t'UlKS Speoial Attention also Given to Chronic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, ..-..- be-ll- -s cury or 1'otaah. At well as all Dlseaset peculiar to Women. flWA Bookion "Contagious Wood Tolton" and "Blood T f . nn l.n wn.llllft1 " NorSi TTbToT Ubargcs moueraio. ut. And Skin Dlteatoe" mailed free. HOUTU'HonHD. Dally ofehargeandwlll be lound at hla offlco at all Dally Jot sale by all drugglita. F.x. Hun. Ex. Sun mvu.u.. times icr me nexi m following genTHE BWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. By permltslon ha retort to tho Lto MaytTllle...,, 8 43 a in 2 pm A. Uckoy, H. lrwlu, tlemen: J. 8. Bosley, 5. T. 157 23d St. rj Drawer 3,"Atla"n'ta, tla." " Johuion 0 27 a 3 28 pm Stanford, Ky.; Judge O. K. Loo, Tom Murphy. W. " Carllile 7 2fl a in i 25 pm Cook, SlTSpoonamore, Slra IV Temp e, " Mllleriburg 7 48 a iu 4 47 nm J. A.Hogle, llu.tonTllle: II. . Arr Parlt 18 18 n ml 5 15 p m Sutton, J.'S. Itoblnton, Lancaster. Ky.ttboa. U. " Islington ....j 0 10am 6 10 pm Klrki,llIo, Ky.: J. H. Walker. C. C. Cbriiman. " Corlnitton .... ....II .10 a m 8 p m Johnson, Bryant.rllle. Ky.; J. V. Danle , McKIn-neKy ; O. J. Dosloy, Lebanon, Ky.. Geo. N0Tic.-Tral- ni3 and 4 are dally between Win- A. McQlunls, Howling alltTllle, Ky.; A. .il Pll.Ir. :.;.' ?'B. -- .?"" vvT.uKloai 0lcr .trams ;,. ..i.rr. I JlflMntnn ain.l Green, Ky.; Geo. Ilonon, Judge J. W. llugbct, llarrodsburg, Ky.jC.C. Bbuinate, McAfee, Ky. Direct conn. ctlonsare made at Wlnclioster with is 29.SJ0 Chraaneako A Ohio for Mt. Sterling. Atbland. is lady Huntrngton, Charlcitoo, W. Va., and KatUrn clu flliftukrnlhelr.il ta( llie iifi bt tin! cUit Wlnchetter reirc1 e, nnl tilt ytvr. ; 8BI AmaMy ( ur.t to UilitCfitl MUtUis iiiiiij, nun i uiiiunu nit'fMijpLF i t TO lUTS.Sj llu, Hud wi.X'JS. .S?,c 151! it. ,i'Rruv nnojy c.uSlrlur. u I'jnt. T ,l;lt?',,'nd baMge clicckcl to any won Balm film Ik aniltlic i.obl deatlnallon reached by railroad. duw th. pal B. F. n..MOKM:, tlic ItatHnc MU?gfEr;:jCij!:i!Cs. mini W. II. WHITTLE8EY, I'Hsaeiiger AB'iit. Mk Cloclnnatl.KUT'Ji ci A.(thco Ulofn. Trar. l'ans. Agent. L. SMITH. llil.l.l.l. ffc k SoMhy IJHWimU. ftaimr.il Manugr. Itiuitl Oil-;,,, Cancer, Catarrh, Scrofula, Eczema, UN eer, Itiicnmatism, Wood Taint, Ilcdltary or othorwlse, without the ust ol Mer Ltb Corlngton. l.fl,i.il..r. T 00 . pm ?,,' : r Mllleriburg V"f""9 Johnioi., Mayirllle.., ZZ 8 20 8 7 9 US a in 08 a .10 50 n I m ml m m m 8 28 pm 5 m 0 10 nm 7 07 p m 7 60 n m W, ..' t. 111 Dan-Til- y; A Clear Skin rl...a. jK JVl lll!-- !"' only a .part of beauty; Iwt it a part. Every may have it at least, what looks like Magnolia both freshens and beautifies. JVr:Zll,l?"i'un. '?''' OUIo.j i,