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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885111301 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. -U Semi VOL. XIV. Copturo Smu-MceltIenicriorou- ktff Not- littefiof onfnal NO. 73 t. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1885. after a Desperate Struggle of a ed Murderer. S- DANHLLE, BOYLE COUNT Rev. Harvey Glass, of Richmond, is Lancaster. would in town. W. J. Kinnaird and J. W. West have -I thought I Mr. W, R. Bowman, of this place, lira bought of E. Brown his stock of lumber, i'Willvhntl TuoHilntm itntl Srltlav give you an Item that would perhaps be of received eeveral good offers for a sale of his coal, &c, near the depot and will continue interest to the public generally. Ha.OO ANNUM On last night the notorious and desper- recently Invented car coupler. the business at the old stand. J. F. Gallagher, of Knoxville, Tcnn., Mlseers. Laavel A Palmer, dealers In ate Kiley Piles was brought into our little Wlsnpatd strictly In advance. It wa hats to village escorted by a pnse uf seven armed Is here and will on Saturday deliver to hardware, Ac , have assigned for tbe bentime, 3.50 will be charaod. wait ant men. It will bo remembered that Piles is George Dugan and John 0vens a car load efit of their creditors. Assets and liabilities not itated as yet. the man who killed a young man by the of fot weathers. WALTON. W. Wm. Hunn, son of Dr. Hunn, of She'-b- y John M. Logan has removed his stock name of Davidson in this (Clinton) county City, while playing base bill lastj'week, of gooJs to the s'.ire-rootunder the city last spring and afterwards killed a Deputy I, AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. IVIiich, United Stales Marshal by the name of Mc had his leg broken. He was playing at hall. Mr. E. W. Harris will occupy the Wall Paper, Munlcnl ,. Liquor I 65 V, U. Donald in Fentress county, IiiHtruomeutn, Chemical. IIooUh, Mill train going North -- ......... Tennessee. the time with his fellow pupils of Mr. R. room jut vacttei by Mr. Logan. Mr. South li 80 r. ii. Piles after killing the above named parties T.Pulllam'a school. CljrurH, I'illlltB, Stationery, Pocket J. N. Haselden will soon open a confection 32 A.M. ... Kiprettlraln" Mouth...- .SoapH, OllH, Tobaccos, Cutler', i worn.., . 2 05 A. H. Mr. Jerry L. Brlce and Miss R'letta J. ery in the room he uses as a saddlery estook refuge in a cave near Travlsville, IillllipH, Perfumery, 9Iaehiu Fire Arms, lbs kjove Is calculation standard lime. Holar Tenn , and was supposed to have remained Ltnney were unrrled on Wednesday at the tablishment. Needles. about 20 wluutwi fasUr. residence of Mr. Jno. Llnney, tbe bride's In Charge of Col. Onr Jott clry, Sllvenvarc aud Optical Goods Department la tint li MIs Kate Wherritt has returned from in the care several days. Tho care was Richards, ivho will Repair Hatches and Clocks promptly aud iu tho best guarded for several daya by armed men father, near Perryvllle. Rev. II. M. Lln- Louisville. Mr. E, W. Morrow left Thurs Thos. style. LOCAL NOTICES. view to starring Piles and eflecting ney, of this place, performed theJceremony. day morning for a vi'it to his parents at with a Mr. W. k. Hobb;, formerly town , Setah, Alabama. Col. Jake Cjrbett, can Buy your school book from Penny A hia capture, but alt to no purpose. On marshal, removed yesterday to the cross, didate for 8argcant McAllster. in the next last Thursday a posse of armed men started McHonEUTd A STACK) are headquarters out determined to capture Piles at all haz- roads between Stanford and Lancaster, House of Rspresentatlve-- , was in town for atuunilion. ards. They reached the rendezvous of Ccl. and Mrs. Duke having purchased Mr. Wednesday, James A. Beszley is seriously Gcns at all price at McUobert A Piles on Friday morning about 8 o'clock. Hobbj' property, will in a fesr days occupy ill. SlagR'n, from $2.60 to $100. News reached town this morning of a They found two men with Piles by the it as a residence. utock of school books anil Messrs. Wakefield and Hudson bought difficulty on Sugar Creek, this county, bename Kldwcl. As soon as the posse rode chool supplies at Mcllobsrts A State's. DE1LBBS !H- this week of Mr. McCarty, of Logan coun- tween Milton Ward and Ash. Goins in afWatoiicb and Jewelry repaired on short up Piles' rquad opened fire on them, ty, a pair of brown harness geldings good which the former was stabbed several times notice and warranted by Penny & McAlls-e- r terwards and while the tiring was going on Drugs, Books, Stationery and Wm. Pilot-- , a brother of Riley, came upon matche, 15J hands high for $000. Wm. by the latter, The difficulty occurred laet IlUY the Haas Hok Kemedy, the origisold to Keeler, of Lexington, a fine Tuesday and (at we are Informed) originaAnicies. the scene of action. Tho fight lasted 21 M. Rue nal and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl-inte- r. 1 ted by Goins insalt'ng Ward's young l'hyilcl am' prescription! accurately compounded. hours, from 8 o'clock Friday morning un- bay harness gelding, years, old for Mr. J. M, Hackney, manufacturer, of daughter. No arrests have been made and AlK A courLrrr. stock of jewelry, latest til 8 o'clock Saturday morning. In the tyle. 1 lock ford watches a specialty. Pen fight Thomas Kidwel was shot through this place, on last Friday shipped to Lon- full particulars can not be obtained. ny A McAllster. and it Is thought will die. Wm. Piles was don, Ky., 9,000 pounds of cornice work for Pkeseuviko Eo03. Now is the time the shipshot through the back of the head and the the new Courthouse, and on yesterday HALLS CAP. LINCOLN COUNTY. egg preserver may get in his work. In Tbe Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, ball came out at the top of the head. The ped to Somerset $200 worth, of cornice Jewelry and Silverware many towns, both East and West, shrewd work for James A. Johnson's new building John C. Hill hw Bold a number of brain was penotrated by the ball and no Mr. II. C. Simons, who is asslstimr men are packing eggs by the thousands at Ever bought to this narket Prices Lower than Riley Piles was chance for his recorery buildlnR lot at $50 per acre tbe Lowest. Watches, Clock, and Jewelry Rev. E.H. Pearce at the Walnut Street a cost of leis than one cent each. Isext on short notice and Warran tod. Rer. C. C. Green did not meet with the shot through the calf of the leg. Not one by winter they will eell at two cents each, Methodist meeting, has been presented success he anticipated at Ncala Creek and of the poase was hurt in the least. The his Danville admirers with a fino suit of when fresh eggs are 50 per cent, higher. cloud his meeting at that placo Thursday parties are here this morning trying to clothes manufactured In P. A. Marks' LeH Egs packed and treated as follows can THE NEW GROCERY AND HARDWARE HOUSE OF night without baring had any confessions. get a communication through to Nashrille. - be kept three months, and seem and look lor Burksville style. The meeting referred to still con- j The prospect now It that we will soon They will leave today like fresh eggs: tinues. litre a doctor for a cilizin, a young M. I), and await a response from Naihvllle. Mr. Oeo. W. Doneehv has taken unto I uacu iu, Adiwca buiuiuuu uv. duuu aa Theposeof men above referred to nre himself a partner in the printing bu'iness, picking canned tomatoes; upon id two inch of Louiarillo baring signified hla intention a following named gentle-man- : of looting here and growing up with the composed of the Mr. D. T. Fackler, formerly connected with layer of fresh, clean oats placo tbe eggs, Wm. Sloan and Harrison Williams, the 3ESL"S". s, country. It is thought by some large end down, and leave space of at least A T. Martin and John C. Tucker hare of Wayne county, Ky., Marlon Crouch, that some time in the not distant fu- an inch between the eggr; cover with a gone en a hunting expedition to Orerton Samuel Crouch, Duck Crouch, Floyd ture a new democratic newspaper may be layer of oatu and then place another layer of Would klidlyusk your attc&tlon to the fact that they have just returned Irom the cities with a largs and Aleck Chatman, of Fentreea county, Tcnn. John Cash ia back from fnshand well selected stock of CHOICE born of the union. eggs aa before,until the box is nearly full; fill Ford county, Kansas, where he hat been connty, Tennessee, who were afterwards Mr. T A. Bradley, of this county, and it with oat', packing tho grain in neatly employed for a year past herding cattle on Joined by W. A Olirer, J. A. Traris and Miss Alice Ford, daughter of Mr. Frank and screw on the top; place your box in a the prairie Mrs, Chas. Cunningham, of others. The above gentlemen not only de Ford, were married at two o'clock Wednes- cool cellar, and turn it upside down every In endless variety, dainty In quality and satisfactory In prices; this we guarantee. Our aim shall bs Lexington, is the guest of Mr. C. W, serve the pecuniary reward given by tho day at the residence of the bride's parents other day. If strictly fresh eggs are used, at all times to supply every want In our line, Government but they ought to hare the inOtrenton. They returned to Danville and the turning is attendtd to as directed, Jlooce Mist Jennie Murphy ia riaitlng relative at Lancaster. Mra, Maggio Kel coepcration, protection and endorsement of the same evening and will at once go to few persons will know them from fresh ley, cf Junction City, ia eprnding a few all gosd citiz:ns of both Tennessee and housekeeping at their home near town-- No eggs, and they will certainly be much su- Consists of the Standard Brands ot Europe and America. Our largo lino of Cooking Stoves Includes Kentucky. Piles has been a terror to a tbe justly celebrated "Great Western Bcserve" and many other family favorites. Our China, Glass a few days at J. C Hill's. cards. Nationperior to limed or pickled eggs. and Qucenswaro atock consists In part of Tabic, Tea and Chamber Seta complete, Glassware richly ca Miss Sarah Hughes, an elderly lady al Stockman. a great scope of territory in both Statea The family of the late P. If. Napier andetched. In tbe way of BrcadBtuffs we name Buckwheat Flour, tho queen ot nil tribes. Our; eels sympathy el their frienda and has opnly defied the authorities of who lives with her sister, Miss Patsey ha the atnet-rA story comes from down in Maine that bratcd Patent G. M." Flour, urlvalled for cako and pastry, while Rico and nomlny, our own patrl both the United States and tho States of Hughes, at the west end of Main street, was and neighbor in their sad and apparently otic products, arrayed as faithful adjuncts. All the delicacies in Foreign and Domestic Confection! Joseph Dyer, fourteen months ago, was aro here. Tin, Stone, Wooden and Wlllowware, Electric Lamps, Stationery. Canned Meats and Fruits endltas ifilictionj. In the short apace of Kentucky and Tennessee. It is to be hop strickened with paralysis a few daya ago. thrown from a wagon and killed. His re- and a completellne of Cigars and Tobaccos. Well, this Is only a hint of what we have. Believing three months ae many as fire of hla family ed now that the lawlessness that has been Owing to her advanced age and otherwise eection of country will be feeble condition of health, there is but mains were interred properly, but a short that we can make It to your interest, we confidently ask an examination of our goods and your patroa hare had to struggle with that dreaJ dis- raging in that Respectfully, TAi LOIt JlItOTHEIZS. She is time ago his parents received an intima age. atopped. little hope of her recovery. ease, typhoid ferer, the father alone auc speedily son was alive. His coffin tion that their well cared for by the 21 Presbyterian cumbing at lait to the burning p.in, and Bobbittonicn. church, of which she has long been a mem was exhumed, and as it was about to be hia chilthough conscious of the condition A year or two ago a widow in the county ber. opened Dyer walked in and delayed furdren were in, he was able to say, "Lord not of Pulaski felt that she was wronged by Miss Mattie Harlan, second daughter ther proceedings, The medical students my will but Thine be done." One ton and reason of the administrator not retting of Dr. W. B. Harlan, and Mr. A.T. Hutch- had stolen the body and restored him to a daughter are atill tick, whose aaddened apart to her the property exempt id by law Ings, both of this county, were married at consciousness. heart muat aurely miss the touch of a for tbe support of widows and orphan chil- New Providence church, a short distance Bucklen's Arnica Salve. father' hand and the round of the voice dren. Thero was a marriage contract, and east of town, Tuesday. The ceremony was The best Salve In the world lor Cut:, ISruUcs that ia atill. former marriaze by both parties and other performed by Rev. Green Clay Smith, of Sore, Salt Rheuui, Fever Sorei, Tetter, Chapped things that complicated the case to such an the Baptist church. After the ceremony Hands, Chilblains, Coras and all Skin Eruptions, A Tribute of Respect, of the reception aud positively cures Piles, or no pay required. I, Where? it ha pleaded the all wire Cre- extent that the fourteen members win. there was an elegant dinner and and Bt 2 la guarantee! to give perfect tatlifactlon, or money told her she could not nt the home of the bride's father, ator of the universe to call from our inidal Somerset Utr refunded. Price 23 cents per box. For tale by went to Crab Orchard to consult o'clock Mr. Hutching8 and his bride lelt Tenny A McAllster. by death our worthy brother, E II. Hollr-cla- She then Bobbltt, She stated her case and without for Cincinnati, where they will remain untherefore Interesting Experiences, even looking at a book he said at once, "I til the latter part of the week. He it Kejolved That Derrick Warner Hiram Cameron, Furnlturo Dealer of Columbus, can win your case." The widow joyfully Lodge No. CGI, hai loat one of it moat efGa., tells his experience thus: "For three yeari A Good Man in the Right Place. replied, ''If you can I will give you half every remedy on the market lor Stomficient member and wo well feel hia low aa In the railroad controversy in tho Louis- havo tried gain." Bobbitt instituted suit at once. Kidney Disorders, but got no relief, unwell as the church; that hia family ha loit yon Presi- ach and he arose to arguo the case the eccen- ville papers Hon. Milton II. Smith, til I used Electric Bitters. Took five bottles and a most deroted husband aud father and When leading part, am now cureJ, and tbtak Electric Hitters tho best tric Ezra Hays, a noted unreconstructed dent of the L. & N., took a the ricinity a woithy citizen. assumed he fully Blosd Purifier in the world." Major A. D. Uoed, was the judge pro tern. Bobbitt said: In every position he has , HesOLVED That this lodge wear the rco1, by indispu- of Vet Llborty, Ky-- used Electric Bitters for an "May it ploase your honor, in looking up a sustained himself and his road old standing Kidney nttictlon and says: "Notb usual badge of mourning for the spuco ol testimony. lug has ever done me bo much good as Electric decision to fit this cue 1 have gono through table facta and incontrovertible )0 daya and that a copy of these resoluSmith showed that the L. & N. Bitters." Sold at SO ceuta a bottle by Penny & of tho decisions of the While Mr. tion be apread upon the minutes and a the 70 volumes r to Louisville and gave Mc .Ulster. Court of Appeals, but did not find any- wasextremelf-faicopy be aent to hid family and a copy to A Captain' sFortunate Discovery. fit the case. It then that city manr advantages it could not exactly the I.vrnnioit Jouiinai. and a copy to the thing that y dipt. Coleman, schr. Weymouth, ply Ins between to travel out of tho State otherwise secure, ho let it be very clearly became neco-sarCentral Kentucky iYciw for publication Atlantic City and N. V., had been trsubled with of Kentucky to noa how our sister States understood that the city council of Louis a cough so that be was uuablo to sleep, and was had decided In similar casos. I saw a lumi- ville was not the Directory of his road, and Induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption It not only gave- bliu Instant roller, whilo he was willing to listen to all comnous star in tho Eiol; I followed it and I'reachersville, Xor. 7. extreme soreness In his breast, allayed it ctuie Hud Htood over the Supreme plaints, ho undertook to manage his road but childrentho similarly atlectcd and a single Uls interest of its stockholders. The L. dose bad tho same happy eltVct. Dr. King's New INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS. Court of Mmachusstts, and now I have in the you A N. never had a bitter President than Discovery is now the standard remedy In the miles of sa- como to bring your Honor word that London baa seventy-eigschooner, may worship the decision also." He then Milton H. South. A few years ago he Coltmau household and on board theHemody at loons. road from going into tho hands l'reo Trial Bottles of this Standard the decision which fit the case exactly. saved the Pcnuy A McAllster't Drug 8tore. E gilt Confederate Generals were named read He excused himself to tho court for read- of a receiver, and even since then ho has Smith. Positive Cure for Piles. ing a dec'flon from the State of Mamchu been building up its credit. The extremeSlavery will Goally bs abolished in Cuba To tho peoploct thlicounty we would say that & N. that has floodHotU by saying, "I agree with your honor ly low rates on the L. in 1SS we havo been given the Agency of Dr. Marcblal's that Massachusetts is a very bad State po- ed the city with strangers for the past two Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed A Christian ought to bo honest first, and litically, but it has some of the ablest ju- months is an indisputable evidence of the to cure or money refunded Internal, External, then pioua if ho can. Huslnesa before rist that ever adorned the bench." He won friendly feeling the road entertains for Blind Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price 80c a box. pleasure. Pay the milk bill, and then go For sale by Finny A McAllster, Druggists, Eliztbethtown News. hia case and could have won the widow's Loulsrille. to prayer meeting. full. hand but his hands were Rev, Colon Anderson, of California, and Daughters, Wives and Mothers. Lird is said to be much better than were recentWeomrhallcallr cuaranteo Dr. Marchlsl'a Ca- says that to discover his mother, living in Scotland, A scientific writer for greasing iron nxlea. Tor cold after a separation of thirty-tw- o thollcon, a Tomalo Ilcmcdy, t euro Female Disweather tho lard ahould ba mixed with an how an insect breathes, "take say a wasp or ly reunited, Inllatmuatlon and years, by means of a jack rabbit The eases, such as Ovarian troubles, a hornet." Ha may mean well, but we equal quantity of the best machine oil, Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or bearing been taught to believe that Barrenness, Change ol down felling, The word billion is not used by accurate shall not take either a wajp or n hornet. minister had He was going home, Llfc,Leuchorrhu;a,besldcs runny weakncHSSspring-Ingfrois no enumeration beyond Thntierson who takes either a wap or a his mother was dead. people. There the above, like Hcadacho, Bloating, SpiBillion hornet to discover how an Insect breathes lantern in hand, ono night last winter, millions used by mathematicians. nal Weakuesj, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, when a jack rabbit, frightened by the light, Is pretty apt to do some very rapid and has no settled uniform meaning. Palpitation of tho Heart, ,Vc. For salo by Drugbreathing himself before he suc- allowed itself to to be taken up by the ears gists, rrlces Hand 81 80 per bottle. Send to Dr. Methodist conferences in Wisconsin haro vigorous carried off. The story was written np J B. Marchlsl, Utlca, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. declared their belief that Christian men ceeds far with tho investigation. Better and by local papers, copied Into Canadian jour- For salo by Penny A McAllster, Druggists. ought not to raise or pell tobjeco. Thirty take an insect that doesn't violate tbe law Nor- - nals, and one of these was sent by a friend Consumption Cured, thousand acres of the plant wero under against enrryiug concealed weapons. to Mrs. Anderson, who at once wrote to her An old physician, retired from practice, having Herald. cultiration in tho Slato this year, and ristowu puon boy. A week or two ago the two bad placed In his hands by an halt inula missionmuch comment has been roused. In the Smithsonian Institution, at Wash- had an affectionate meeting in Scotland. ary tho lormula of a simple vegetable remedy for No ono "Invented the telegragh. Prof. ington, is tho small nugget of gold, a little the speedy and permanent cure of Consumption, It is only a score of years since the can- Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma and all Throat and Henry made it capable of sending messages larger than a pea, that first met the eyes posltlvo and ra Ileal cure long distances by inventing tho re'istanco of James Marshall In the sawmill raceway ning of salmon was begun on the Pacific Lung AHectlons, was afraid of it, and the for Nervous debility and all Nervous Complaints, coll. Morse's "invention" of the alphabet atSicramento.and was the beginning of coast. Everybody having tested Its wonderful curative powers proprietor of the first cannery, Wm. Hume, ttftr used was a very small matter of detail. to make those discoveries in California that have of Oakland, Cal , used to take a basket of in thousands of caws, has lelt It hla duty It known to his autlerlng fellows. Actuated by His business energy and pluck in putting aided nearly $1,500,000,000 In gold to the cans on his arm, and go among the fami- this motive and a doslro to relievo humau suflVr-luHenry's invention of tho resistance coll to world's stock of tho precious metals. I vhll tond free- of cbarce, to alt who desire lies of hia acquintnnce explaining the practical uo was what gave him fame. It, this recipe, In Herman, French or English, M P. Johnson, of Gallatin county methed of Its preparation, and inviting Capt. John Smith "invented" the word with full directions for preparing and uilnrf. Sent the siege raised a pumpkin which measured eeven trial, Now canned salmon can he found by wall by addressing wltn siainp, naming this aud ho constructed one at weighed 192 in every market, and Mr, Hume is a rich paper, W. A. Novm, lt Poer Block, IVwbe & CUXUlAXiT. of Bjlgrade, by which ho sent messages feet in circumference and SUO CESS OUS TO ter, S, V. sold it for $4. man. pound, ili .fifteen mllca. To the Editor of Tho Interior Journal. Albany, Nor. M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, II3It & STAGG, r. Stanford, Ky.. n 1 CoMi-LUT- r. Fiaxtj & VM3m PHARMACISTS, -- b ) (rSjjj5! $-- JEWELERS. mmmttWi Adi-oeak- . per-son- TAYLOR BROS HTJSTONVILHiE, FAMILY GROCERIES Up-chur- OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERV c -- I PLEASE DON'T FORGET 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 ofPleasure Vehicles, including everything from a Hoard Cart to a Barouche, is always complete, d ht cb-tor-- ala And that we guarantee LoAvest Prices, style and finish considered. Also, that we still handle the celebrated Wagons, "Old Hickory" and Mitchell. Big line oi Farming Implements. Grain Drills, Turning Plows both riding and walking, And all of which we guarantee at Lowest prices. BRIGHT g, lel-gra- MOTES nnl OF CURRENT EVENTS, PERSONAL MARRIAGES. I LAND. STOCK AND CROP The marriage of Rsv. John Morgan Wanted. Irish Potatoes, Good price The New Orleans Exposition opened Mr. H. C. Jones is back from a long Bruce and Mus Annlo Bello Tyree was paid by T. R Walton. in grand style Tuesday. visit to Texas. church nt 1 JAMES W. AliCOHN The Lebanon Creamery will bo sold W. II. Simmon has gone to Jefferson solemnize! at the Baptist Editor Stead goes to prison three 1885 November 13, Stanford, Ky., o'clock, Wednesday, the Rev. II. T. Daniel, at auction on the 21t. li Candidate for Circuit Iml(t o tn the 8th Dli- months without hard labor. county to visit relatives. T. R. Walton has just received h Car- Irlct, subject to the action ol Ih e Democracy. Dcp. Ksdtnsn and Bsdford, two of Miss of Richmond, officiating iu a manner at Mn?. Sue Holmes and daughter, i me load of Fine aud Clean Fresh Salt: Louisville's oldest dentists, died Wednes- Annie, of the Eist End, were here yester- once beautiful and impressive, W. P. WALTON. appointed hour the bridal party entered the For Sale. Two yearling horse mules day. day evening. About 7 Acres of Land, situated on the Laoaai-trrsnright aisle, and one s Jersey heifer. J. G. Alonz3 Fuget, tho noted counterfeiter, Misses Maggie and Laura Jones church and proceeded down the HUnfonl Turnplk, near Dlz lllTtr bridge. and Joe F. Carpenter. Good dwelling borne and lmnroYeui-nt- i. Terms of the Fed- were with Miss Maggie Lee 8aunders Wed- the ushers, Masterson Peyton 69 democratic Congrces-me- n was sentenced by Judge Birr, I Responses from AI.KX. JtOLTZCfjA IV. Waters preceding and Prof. Abner Rogers J, W. Jacoby & Bro., sold 20 head eair. nesday. CoU' eral Court, to five years' imprisonment. to questions propounded by the following the of cattle, 1,523 lbs., to Jobn Kennedy, Petitions are in circulation praying Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Hahdino and and Andrew W. Whitley ricr Journal show that a change in the Iron thennndolidation. under one postmaster, of BUILDERS ATTENTION! Paris Kentucktsn. Thnvillo, attended the prospective bride and groom. Reaching at 5 cents. manv others from Home will come in clad rules of the text the altar, which was beautifully and artis-ticall- r We are now prepared tofurnlih all kinds ol n Murphy A Bailee, of Scott, sold about the postoffice of Brooklyn with that of Now Brucc-Tyr- ee marriage. tho rough and agent for planing mills. the shape of nn imperitlre demand; that decorated with lbwers, the forward 00 bushels of Irish potatoes, dollvored in York City. KerncomtAiitlr on hand drcced lloorlnz. relline. Dr. J. II. BALLOU writes that he has the war tariff must be reduced to a menue wathrr-tioardldoors, aah, tllnJf, moulding Wm. Hyde, editor of the Missouri decided to go to New York and winter in ushers crossed over and the couple facing Lexington, nt 35 cents per bushel. Ar , nt low tut prlira. basis, that legislation upon tho silver ques took upon the audience and tho preacher Wtl IUpvblican, which is the leading democratic stead of to the West. Whitfield Moody sold to 8. D. Dunn HIllGlIT A' iir.Tv.ii.r. 67 tion id not deemed necessary and that them hus- 8 nice fat cotton mules, price $110; also 1 piper of the 8tate, has been appointed Nickerson has moved his themselves the vows that made Dr. E.J. out of the 59 members are for Carlisle for postmaster at St. Louis. band and wife, both pronouncing the words pair of larger ones at $250 Richmond office to the Central Hotel, Dinyille, where Gov. FOR SALE OR RENT. l. n. !,. miealtnn of tariff favor "I do" loud enough to be heard by every Hernld. Samuel J. Tilden, Jr , was appointed ho will hereafter receive his patients. r- -r - ...mn,l.rl an fallowe: "I of the large crowd of friends that had the Fif HorllciilttirnlistM climate that nt least -- JtV JIOUH13 A.IVl x.o'rMisses Jennie Kennedy, Judith and one of the Collector of Internal Revenue for a cautious and conservative revision York. Ho is the Mollie King, of Crab Orchard, haye been gathered to do honor to the occasion. Tno d of all the apple trees in Illinois On Dantlllfl ATrnue, In Stanford. The houae interests. teenth district fof New 7 rooms, cellar and porch. I)t well ImproT-r- d, tarifl in a spirit of fairness to all ceremony over the party passed out by were killed by the excessive weather of of nephew of the Hon. Samuel J. Tilden. vieiting Misses Rhoda and Kale Hail. atahlo with 0 stall., tiuggr home, wagon shed, Taxation should be heaviest on articles couple were last winter. coal and smoke homes and a cistern, all The bones of several people have been Mrs. R. B. Mahony arrived Wednes the left aisie and the happy new and In good repair, Kniilrenn premtaea. luxury, and light as possible on articles of home of tho bride's mother, t The cattle market in Louisville Is II. muuxxs. the discovered at Lincoln, 111., buried under a day from South Carolila and is the guest of driven to the J. necessity, and it should he reduced to Mrs. W. T. Tyree, where a change of dresas steady at 1 J to 4 smoke-hous- e, which had belonged to John her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Perm. very common to bot lowest limit consistent with the requirefor the train Haines, a desperado killed in Kansas last butchers; hogs are active nt 2 to 3J; sheep Misses Ida and I'attie Wimjs and was made ind then they took G. ments of the Government and its pledges year. slow at 1 to 2). Finnell, of Ktrkeville, and Mrs. Louisville and other points. Mrs. John to its creditors and its pensioners. I know Tne brido is a pronounced brunette, ns suit Broaddus, of Richmond, are the gue-t- s of lias IlKMOVKl) hts offlre to that olJnd; Philips' In tho celebrated Boston divorce John Bedford sold 25 head of cattle in of no necessity for any material change lovely of face and figure as she is penile that averaged 1,601 pounds to James Fer on Lancaster etrett, opposite the Coutt-llouTaber a Mrs. W.T.Tyree. would favor an ef- Judge Allen has granted Fred J. Hoarding at rutllp Nunnellejr's, on same street. the revenue laws, but I iu addition guson at $5. William Layson sold him He may t c found at hla office or rooms at all hours more divorce from his wife, Annie, on account Mr. F. A. Jones, representing the and loving in nature, posseted fort to simplify thesystemor make it to all her other accomplishments with a .10 head at 1 90.-P- aris of adultery with her pastor, Rev. Mr. London Leader, was hero this week, raking News. except when professionally tent. economical " natural musical tnlent, both vocil and inDowns. Lfxinuton Court. There were in new subscribers to his young but promis strumental, which has been finely cultivated abcul 450 head of entile, ill grid, nt the It turns out that County Attorney Mc- - ing democratic paper. The Citiettsburg Democrat declares FOR SALE-ST- AVE SAW I govern Intire, of Oldham, skipped to the West not and brought into practical use by prodding Blue Gras Slrck Yards on Monday. The straichtoutfor Judge Durham .for Messrs. II. C, Bright, K. U. .vans, of a so much on account of his debts as to esat the orgau of her church with much ef- market was dull nnd a good many lefiorer Cylinder Stare faw In complete order and ready or, adding that "He is just the kind Jess. Hocker and J. B. Owens leave Sunlor iiso. but llltle. Will sell at be selected and if he will cape the ire of tbe man whoso wife he had day for Eist Tennessee on a big hunting fect for a loog time. Clad iu a brown Tho prices ranged from 3J to 4 cents per a targaln It haateu uieduse fur It. man that should as we hare no embossed velvet pound. French Rhadamee, with .i. v. Htxr, Gazette. led astray. consent to accept the nomination tho Crab Orchard, Ky A terrible cyclone paved through Alaof the State ought to giye it to him, A formal declaration of war against Mr. C. E. Gentry, formerly of this and irredeecent trimming, her rich beauty conKingThebaw has been declared by En- county, but who has been living in Paris, was strikingly displayed aud as she stood bama leaving death and destruction in its the rantinz of small politicians to the FOR NAIjK, & Co., beside the man of her choice with a beautiJudge Durham gland. A formidable English force, land is now connected with Talton notwithstanding." path. Thirteen people were killed ami 50 trary ll A A similar storm in could not refuse to accept a nomination for and naval is now advancing against Bur-ma- h of Cincinnati, and has moved to that ful background of owers, she presented a or more woundcl picture of loveliness rare, even in this Und Texas killed fire persons and frightened saw a letter from under command cf Gen. Pendegrast. place. such a position, but we On lUtirllle street. In Sun lord. The lot contains othWhen Riel received notice of the retwo ami and has on II a comlortabla dwelling Mr. J. 8. nocKER did not arrive from of lovely women. A daughter of a Bap- the colored populntlon terribly. him to a gentleman in this county the corn crib, a splendid cistern. fill prieve In his case he exclaimed: "I thank North Carolina till yesterday as he and tist preacher, she early in life gave her -- Col. W G Welch, Commissioner, Mid stable, er day saying that ho waa satisfied to and a!J2 nam W of fr ill an I ornaiueotal trees in no Almighty God for His great mercy and the Mr. Ottenheimer were three days coming heart to God and pined his church, nnd the real cstrle of the late Wyatt Sandldge Ihls lso" of tbe most desirable residence In the acceptably the office he has and that pi.ee. Tor tonus and further irtlculara, apply to event woul J he make the usual scramble clemency He baa put in the hearts of His 40 miles owing to the heavy rains and wash- this second step would no doubt have met Tuesday as follows: 12tl acres of land to J Jjr.V, Stanford. JOilX 31. people. I am thankful for theee eight days outs on the railroads. Mr. O. bought over bis hearty approval were he alive, for Mr. Joe Cohen nt $45 25; 15S acres to William for governor. Moreland at J 10 10; CO acres of knob land DB. W. B. PENNY, more to live." $25,000 worth of walnut lumber while in Bruce was a very dear friend and "WiTnotrr any flourish of trumpets or to same for $109, 30 do. to C. T. Sandidge Ocmtlfsr. Judge Martin, of Kansas, in an exhaus- the State. 0 the groom it is not necessary to speak hTANFOKU, KU.NTUCKr. any announcement of his intention that tive opinion, has decided that the prohibitoThe Louisville 'lmu' Washington at length. He is known for aud wide as a for $15 and 160 seres do to Mrs. S.indidso OSes on Larraiter street, text door to Iktb-Riod Newlon we were aware of, brother for $50. ry liquor laws of that State are constitu- correspondent telegraphs as follows about Jot NMALotnce. UScs Louis Iroia S to 12 a. true and conscientious christian, who lahi excellent piper, the Richmond The sale of the parson! tilecls of Wy-- 1 M.acd 1 to 3 r, il. Ancslnrltcs admlnlitered whan tional, and that the sections permitting the our worthy townsman. "Promident friends necewarr. bors loyingly in his Master's cause, drawHerald, into a semi weekly Wednesday and sale oi liquor by druggists under certain of Judge M. C. Saufley, of Stanford, have ing souls to Jesus by his bright example att Sandidge wa as follows. 7 horse snd of good things. We sent it out chuck-fu- ll restrictions, is not class legislation. mentioned him favorably to the Adminis- and his effective manner of preaching the mares $15 to $95; mule colts $10; yearling GENTS ANTED ! were both surprised and delighted for we mules $90; According to report from Williams- tration as a good man for a Territorial or steers l cents; IS1 gospel. He Is a man iu whom everybody as much of our favorshall now see twice Judge Sautley fat steers $1 72 per cwt ; 7 yearling heifers burg, Ky., the Cumberland is sweeping any other appointment. has confidence and .the members of his ite as formerly. We wish you great success many a nearly everything before it. Two thou- haahad nothing to do with this directly or llock here regard him with reverence and $22 60 per head; yearling eteers $2010; Tir 1'eoitlr'M fyrlaitriltit, brother Newlon, but you'll sigh logs belonging to the Kentucky Lum- indirectly, and it is doubtful if he desires icirifi (ind Htnrii trf(;ii-if((- . calves $15 50; fat hogs dj centr, 32 shoals $.J good old days when sand wisely for a helplove. That he has chosen time for the roky but 'Jioiiiuii' .tli'itlcilt All fixer, per head; cowe J'JO to $:5; wheat SW cent" ber Company have been lost, and Moee such preferment, as he has a first class law I'itiuci'V illmtaru. meet there can be no doubt and that they you waited a whole week to tell what hapAddrra and --'(5 shocks of corn at on averse ol Owsley, a colored man, drowned In the practice and a political future in Kentucky. will be very happy we join a host of friends pened yesterday. iTHE CAPITAL PUBLISHING CO. $1 10. promoted at hoci. flood. Such men should be IN O, llox, m, UNUNNA H, U. Calm in predicting and hoping. The appointment of Gen. Don Carlos Er Judge Cardoza, who died in New The State needs them. were numerous, ex The bridal presents Buell to succeed Col. R. M. Keller, ai pen- York City, is another of the men who ney-e- r pensive and useful, but Mrs. Bruce beADDITIONAL LOCAL. for Kentucky, will be received sion agent survived the Tweed taint. He retained lieves with us that it is out of taste to pa with general mtisfaction. ne was a gal-la- bis social status to a large degree, but bis Death. Mrs. J. B. Gilkeraon died at army and public usefulness ended when he quit the Chattanooga, Tenn., Tuesday in child birth rade the names of the donors and thu list commander in the Federal is therefore omitted. The wedding march Can alwaya be uctired by you, If you area competent AiorfifiMif Writer. This you but for the fact that he was a democrat Bench with the shadow of Tweedism rest- and her body was brought to Crab Orchard months, at trry Utile expense, by ntcrlngtbi was played at the church by Mrs. Judge J. would have long since bjen recoenized ing upon him. for interment yesterday. She was a Scotch M. Philips in her usual faultless manner Kliurlliaiul IUMiKtitc nt I,onfHvlllc, Ky., or NiiHhvlIIo, Tenn. The annual report of First Assistant lady of many accomplishments. with office. At present he resides in Muh and everything passed off there in the most While Shirt band atd Typewriting alius our sote s'tall. n nur students can reeelre the terr heat lenberg county, where ho has followed pri- Postmaster General Stephenson shows that tuition in rKNMANsiur, Aiariuiir and at greatly rrductU rates. If jou Art Exhibition. Tbe ladies of Mi becoming manner. A very large number iau uvi tuiuo io us, resigned his commie-sio- n during tbe past fiscal year 2,121 poa (offices vate pursuits since he class, which closed of friends and relatives were preent from were established and aso discontinued, Mary McRoberts art in the army in June, 18G4. We Can Teach Yuu by .Hall iih Thorough. its present term this week, gave an exhibi- Boyle and other counties nnd the sizj of the leaving the total number of fourth-clas- s (end for Circulars to I'rotewcr II. A. HAI.R, Principal ShoMluml Institute. Addrew httn either A Chicago woman has adopted a new postoffices 49,019, and of Presidential of- tion of their work yesterday, which was audience can be estimated when it is told at ntiaJI!, 'Irim., or 1 ouUtlllr, lij'., wlikl.cter Is tbe most csutenfvul potdl for rsmr-el- l. way. to collect old debts. A Dutchman fices judging from that not half a dczen men could ba seated. 2,233, or a total number of 51,252 largely attended, and which, his refueal to liquiowed her a bill and an must At the re.idence of Judgo John M. postoffices of every class in operation on the general expressions of delight, date Bhe pat out both his eyes by throwing have been very gratifying to all concerned. Philips, at 3 o'clock yesterday, Mr. John the 30th June, 1SS5. The total receipts vitrol in them. If this plan was more gen-THEThe paintings shown twescesed real merit II. Miller ar.d Miss Sillie Philips were II ry a nt be less delin- of the department were $31,792,220, but erally observed there would of the guidiug united in marriage by K il John Bell Gib and that does not near pay expense. Tbe and all bore marked traces quents on the newspaper lists, and this is I1USINESS COLLEGE. son. Mr. Miller ia well known to most of Sfrattou. increase of the number of pieces of mail hand of tho accomplished teacher. to notify those whose names disfigure our Mrs. George H. Bruce exhibited a large our readers in this section as a highly rematter handled was 423,397,500. books that we have purchased a hogshead mirror decorated with roses, a face and spected and worthy citizsu mid Miss Pail-lip- s Sbort-banrvamamblp, Tasking, Ar.tbmellc. At. It It tbe only on our rounds of the stuff and will start PA INI LICK, GARRARD COUNTY. figure of ''Aurora" sipping dew from mornas a lady of intelligence and refine- College In this section wherein la taught as lxks are kept by the best Bd week next glories, a fancy head "Marguerite" and ment. The groom has lately secured a We have no candidates in the field as ing haulers, and a thorough practical knowledge o.' account ghsn. lias the disrupt and best srrangeJ a head of a beautiful girl, all most artisti government position und he and his bride After doing all in his power to yet. the democratic party by debating its nomiwill for the prceut rcide at Mr. Liberty rooms of aur College In the West. Thomatdsel successful grtduatsa tMtlfy Is ths abet. Oialu-atc- e Corn is selling in this vicinity at S1E0 cally and handsomely executed. it seems a little out of place for Judge per barrel shucked down in the field. E P. Osrsley presented the "Jer- B Prycr's so as to be near the distillerios. Mrs. nee, bare no tiouMe In obtaining good situations. Call cr adJreee Fountain Fox to seek office of a democratic Mr. Sherman Turner, lecking two Mies Pauline Arnold, of Lancaster, is seys," a perfect copy of Douglas' fine creac IiOnisvillo College, administration. The Judge, however, is a visiting her sister, Mrs. Charley Norris. tion; "Pearl" in French water colors and years of attaining his majority, was marCor. Third and Jellenon, UJUIsVII.U:, KY. is worthy of the ried yesterday to Miss Julia, daughter of and psrhap3 wants to show how good man There are several gentlemen from Lex two fancy figures, Etch sorry he if for his action by doing penance ington making war upon the birds in thin highest praise. Mr. Zicbariah Adams, one year hi senior. in a teritnrrial office. Mrs. J. C. Hays' seaside ecene, a land Wm. G. Gocch wr.s married to Miss vicinity. which Oar string band has been organized scape with lovely lake and mountains and Georgia A , the pretty daughter of Mr. The democratic gains in the States and tbe boys make tho air ring with their a child's face in water coIom were admira Sam Dudderar, at 0 o'clock lat evening by held elections on the 31 is as follows: Ne bly executed and greatly admired. Eld. J. G. Livingston. York 11,000; Virginia 20,000; Pennsylvania melodious music. DKALKIl IN Miss Annie Alcorn showed ten specimens eeyeral soNeThe young folks have had Iowa 15,000; Maryland 5.000; REUGIOUS. work. Her "Lucre- IIorno NIiol'm, GroccricK, Hardware, .Saddle, braska 0,000; and Colorado 0,000. By tbe cial parties already. They are getting in of her very excellent Eld. Cratcher, of Danville, will preach colors, two fancy heads, a tin," in water NatlH, Iron, lucciiHrarc, Muggy Whips next election if the tidal wave continuea in trim for Christmas. StiiKffy H'heclH, NJotch, The meeting at Walnutta continues boy and girl, a mountain sunset scene being a temperance sermon at tbe Christian Cane MIIIn, this direciton, tbe vote will be nearly one NpoltcH, GriiiCM, with unabated interest. There have been especially worthy of mention, while her church here next Sunday night. Cider Mill, Lap Covert, way. Two yount: men in Riv. F. D. HaleV decorated wooden bowl, satin palette, Ilium, Ntoitcwarc, Corn Collars Although the great tragedian, John some 8 or 9 additions at this writing. Twenty nine persons took the train ground glass panel, decorated terrahne, congreKation at Louisville were arrested McCallough, died Sunday, the patent here Wednesday morning for McKinney, lustra painted screen and decorated ebony and put in jail for whispering and passing Oliver Chilled, Champion. Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Wooden am announce this week that he is about Texas; 23 of them were named Calloway panel, all show talent in a marked degree. notes to the girls. Cast I'nmpi, and the Celebrated Mayfield Elevator. Tin Roofto return to the etage. They do not intend If she continues to proecute her studies, and there are more Calloways left. Ilav. II. T. Daniel closed his meeting ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. thus to trills with the memory of the dead A little negro boy fell from a tree she must soon become a mistress of the at the Baptist church on Monday night WfKllllft, I matter was made up as naicmcn Johtx nrtiiht.Jr. man. The news while gathering hickory nuts about a week lovely art. There were thirteen addition!, one of whom usual a week in advance. Excellent portraits of her parents, exact was Mr. Cortt z Parks, a gentleman sevago, but was thought not to be much hurt. The Richmond Whig, Mahone'a organ, Tuecday he died from tbe effects of the copies of photographa of them, were shown enty years old. Richmond Herald. is to go into the hands of a receiver, and if fill by Miss Ella Peyton, whose work we have The Bjard of IJishops of tho Methoits editors were to go to jail, the eternal on other occasions had reason to compli- dist Episcopal church have approved the Hadn't Anything. filness of things would be admirably exemfirst effort at portrait painting MERCHANT TAILOII. An awkward, ill favored boy, while on ment. Herability to master that difficult appeal of the Freediaan's Aid Society for and vilified tbe plified. They have abused proves her a quarter of a million dollars a year for an Arkansaw railway train, approaached a honest people of Virginia in a most nausebranch of the artist's work. Christian education in the Southern States man and said: ating manner. Miss Msgj-i- Newland showed the only among both white and colored people. "Mister, won't you please help me I hare recelrcd and still receiving specimens of decorated China and repoueee The more election returns received from along?" It is hardly probably that tho innova or hammered copper, in addition to two tion on tbe CB'.ablished custom mentioned New York the greater grows tho belief that "You are going along fast enough. If tho mugs made a mistake in mumping this you are in a hurry why don't you get out fancy heads, all very handsomely executed below, will be be generally adopted but we and evincing much promise as an artist. The year. As some one has paid it is a wiee and walk." commend it to those interested. Comprising the boat In the market, hlcli will be "Wooodland Vows," beautifully painted Beattyville Enterprise says: There will bs mug that knows when to mump. won't you givo me fifty cent6?" "I mean, in water color, a fino study in fancy figure, a corn shuckiog and preaching at Simpion Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Nono in City or Country. We are really pained to learn that Mr. "What for?" and a ground glaBa panel of poppies were Crabtree'a on Saturday, Nov. 2ht next. The Richardson has retired from the " J, M. Giro Me a Trial. "I have fits and Misa Mary Raid's collection and each had folks will shuck corn all day, and instead Glasgow Twnti. which he has made so ex "Great Canar, do they have to pay a of excellence, showing of winding up rs usual with a dance, they cellent a paper, May good luck ever at- - fellow to have fits in this countrv? Up its peculiar points the diversified ability of the artist. V will listen to Rav. Thomas Robbins preach tend him. where I came from people don't have to Last but not least came Miss Lizzie Far- - he word of truth. Tho democracy, on local tickets, car pay for fits." ris' contribution. Oao represents n young " "I em not able to work ried more than a dozen heretofore republigirl at a mountain spring, preparing to Moncure D. Conway, a Virginian nnd "Well don't do It. I don't care if you take water from a gushing fountain, while can counties in Kansas at the last election. e anti slavery man, says of tie and Tbe steamer Algoma struck n reef in never work any. I am cot so very fond the other is a panel with Marechal Neil tbe election in Virginia: result of Like Superior Monday night, breaking her of work myself." rcees. She ia the youugest of tbe artists commanding fact now is that the Virgin Ion of her entire want is money enough to pay my but her work compafes favorably with any "All I in two and causing the hns have bfea saved from political slavery cargo und all her passengers and crew num- fare to Jenkinville." AKD- of them. by their former slaves. The rejected stone "What do you want to go there for?"' bering 02, save 14 Tbe story of the wreck Miss Annie Alcorn got the large-- t num- U now the head ot the corner on which real "My brother Uvea there." ! ia graphically described in the daily paber of blue ribbons. Southern freedom must bo built." ''Well, what have you got against him?" pers and is nint Miss McRoberts will leave for Dan. ' I want to live with him. Won't you Yonng ladies who arc fond of roller A and complete aHSortmeiit of Fnrultiirc, cmliracltiK i The whisky men will tave labor and her studio there, to ville " Mullen. Na make money by knowing that Secretary please give me money enough to wo are glad to learn, to return bkating will be pleased to learn that, ac erj'tliliiR from lliu Cheapest to the TliicNt promising, cording to the lateet fashion announce"Have fiv, you saj?'' Manning will not grant any further ixten-sioneed to ko to the lar,;a cKlcn to nmho your purchases, no Mutter , again in the spring. "Yes sir." ments, the bustle will be larger and "more what qumitlty or quality yon want, iih can and will dp plicate'? He holds thai the tax is due nnd We any prices yon can obtain clHowhcre, freight IicIiir added. AIo "Well, you aro better off than I am. I A terrible accident occurred at the m w pronounced" the comini; eeawn. ba paid when tho bonded period exmust pires, unleia it is to by exported, when a haven't even got fiH. I haven't anything. iron bridge being built near Kcitbeburg, should pronounce that an excellent ar- n full assortment ol Collins, Ca?eH, Shroud nnd RobeH, cmlirac Norl.irr full (tin XiV Slvti-SI- . llOtll CllCUP mill eXIiClltlTP, IVfifn Ann. , reaemsbl tiai will U allowed. f Wash Go on off eon whure ind amuse yaunolf." III., by which four men lost their Uvea at tl rangement wpccinlly for learners. ft tiiikMit) hi. Aeuuih Kotfcl, Mm.ford, Ky. Arkareaw Traveler. wich Herald. dispatch. were merely injured. ington eeveral SKIT AtlVKUTlSCiKfTrit. FARM FOR SALE! 17S-4- il three-fourth- ft turn-trl- - r, one-thir- con-tal- ni el -- DR. W.BRONAUGH Dem-ocra- cy 1 DesirableResidence wuod-hous- n il trans-forme- I R Iiai-lyr- .) I Uf Well Paid Employment! HOOK-lKKl'I- maybe-cotaoJnale- w CJ-- u LOUISVILLE Typc-wrl'lg - f beot-lerpt- ri U';t Bryant Strattou Businoss W. H. HIGGINS a Humes, Shelter, " out-eid- ' H. C. RUPLEY, NEW GOODS FOE FALL &WINTER old-tim- 19 UHBERTAKER, heart-renderin- JQealei in U'rwiiituire Parlor I y I'ull n. A 4 l-- GOING TO KANSAS! A GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE ! Of the Combined Stocks of-- MYDEN ST-A.ZCSTF'OIRID & LYTLE! 3 In order to close out our Immense Stock of Dry Goods by January 1st, as we leave then for the West, we offer at retail Irwwity IStoiirantf Belleii WmII Of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Fancy Goods, Eta, 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 best 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 :E-":d:T & S-v- LYTLE. m : ntct'lT Cot'KT. Tne eie of Allen and by mutual agreement the case wa giv Hinsfnrd, jiintly l idictel with hi brother en to the jury at the eloe of the testimony Fink line of cik;r nnd tobsceo at uEA?oNAi.n bockIh at T. H. Walton's.' WMt, E I. Jotiiwon aa I .Sim Embry for without argument. After a hort retire erance Bro'. pursuing with intent to commit rapo on ment a vurdict of acqtittal wn njread on Bl'LU QMer at 8. 8 Myers' this even-Inc- . SEVERANCE Bito ' Restaurant is open the Missei Mtrcum, wa hesrJ Tuesday and at 12 o'clock it was so repr-enud tUe until midnight. .. morning, and oa motion of the defendant's, prisoner discharged. SevFurmiconfruliowtries, fruit, Ac, at Alfred Hicks, a young by, confessed to New tei, dinner and chamber set just counsel tin jury wa peremptorily instructerance Bro'. Grn ed to arquit,and Allen wn 3ichargel after petit larceny and wi clven six mouths in received! A. A. Warren' "Model I loo box luttoni", mwt cutter, Ac, at e the county jtl. Tne ewe of Tnoa. Cjap-pe- l! lying in jiil four or five mon'b. A eery." W II. Hinging for killiiig Joe Jjnes wisonliauid by proof would hive bjen given in ihe It wi reported here yesterday th it Mr. cae against West Hinsford Jadgi 0s!ev the Commonwealth. crop New Sorghum tuolae and ne a prominent clt.tin of J A list-le- y, The last Comunnweslth'i cue wn that not ordered it dismised. The result w N. O Suear at Bright & Melcalf. was dead. unerpecttd for it w understood that th against Jimes Pepp!s for assulling his BcY Ingredient for cake for Thank-giTinBrick. Tao hundred and fifty thou-and- , boy were only dup of the rascal John-eo- nephew, Tommy Bill, and was acq littol Walton. Best goo I. of T. II. for ealo by Judge Oseley has disnDsed of hard and cood and Embry and hre not viciam in their " Henry lhugbman. deal of busine? this court, Ho i capital tendencies. citron, currant New pruree, new raisins, and Tnc eoond trial of Wiliitin II jcker, v. on pushing thing when he choose Only a few more cart of Gam Biking and spice nt A. A. W.wnu's ".Model Gro- The gro, this cr.urt, for attempting to rape a generally fie is that way inclined. Powder left and a Singer tewing machine little npgro girl, resulted in hi acqnittal. term espiiei by limitation to my that will bo given away at A. A. Warren's John Chaitell deir us Tho case agiinet Aha Minx for shooting "Model Grocery." Bad on the Dear Cuts re will not be a candidate for awesor with intent to kill wasdltmUsed. enjoy a few "That ring," said the jeweler, as a reporAttend the Kink against hi friend J. M. Johnson. The case of Oeorge T. Bill fcr the mur. .2 ter picked up a eeveu cluster diamond, hour roll around the ball and listen to the der of hi father, W. M. Bill, wa called twenty share of the Farmer Tin: "will cost you $12 If ycu return It with excellent music of the Gold and Silver Wednesday and a jury obtained without Hank stock belongirg to the estate in six month you will rtceive a rebate of Bind, which will give ten of it best (elecmuch difficulty as follow: James Robin. 150. of Wyatt Saodldge sold at $147 to d" tions on, A. B. Mckinney, J. J. McKinney, A. "Whail Only $12 for a clus'er diamond bee our line of heating stoves, coal vasThe doctor report ten casta of malarial D. Riot, G G. Fair, Richard Burnett, L rind'' exclaimed the astonished scribe. buying. The fever In close proximity to the depot here, B. Nunnellcy, B. F Powell, II. E Mar-cues, kitchen set, Ac , before "I said 12," was the calm rep'y. "Here," largest and cheapest lot in town, Bright h in thought that the privy belonging to K. L. Tanner, T. J. Basley, Monroe lifting out another tray, "is the mate to it A Metcalf. the depot is the cause of the trouble and if Smith. The prosecution proved besides the price S1S0." ao the board of health should condemn it at fact of the killing, which were subitantial-lAt Ccmt. -- I living determined to quit "Ealighten me," pleaded the reporter. given in thi paper at the time of the "I will; although it is odd that you haven't handling clothing we offer our entire stock once. tragedy, that the defendant had made re ciucht on to this little game. The Amer at piime cost, Including about 110 oveHere It Is A. A W. H. Traylor are rcoat. 0 leT A Craig. retailing pure water brandy and whisky at peated threat that he would kill the old ican is a hustler in all thing. If he falls in ' at $2 per gal. man. The court then permitted Mr. Btll, love he goes with the same rush that A youth named Father and another their diatillery premise of the deceased and mother of the would characterize a business transaction. named Jim Jones, of Crab Orchard, wero for the former and $2 10 for the latter. widow accused, tp tell why George had made such He wants to be engaged and have the day figCoed 510 each by Judge Varnon yesterday Btrreia and large quantities at smaller threat. Her account of the killing was eat, but in perhaps three cases out of ten for trespass ou thu premise of Mr. Mul- ure - that Mr. Ball cinie to where ehe and cools before the fatal day arrives, ling. Local owner of dock in the SixtoD Oeorge were and cursed her about the sup- his ardor and be 'throws' the match He v.a A.T. Nunnelley ha moved hi stcck National Bank of St. Jotepb, Mo., will be per. George remonstrated with him for in the girl, oi in the strength of his formerly occupied glad to learn that the Institution ha al ol harness to the room talking so to her and with an oath he start own feeling, and he breaks the match," Livery Sta- - ready earned for the Iat six month enough by Dr. J. F. Peyton over h' ed cfl saying, "I'll fix you." Rsturning in 1 eee ble, which he will cell nt cot for cub. for to declare a o per cent, dividend anJ carry a moment with a pistol Gorge ran into the "He has given the girl an engagement of 5 per cent, to surplus. With a capital the next sixty day. room nnd as the old man Btarted to fire at rinf. He can scarcely muster up cheek to now foot fined Tho. C. White 1200,000 tho loans and discount him ho shot first and then the witness went ask for its return, and the chances are that Tun U. 8. Court up over SSOO.000. Cishier R. W. nockcr out and around the house. The story of in oneca-- e and $50 in another for reJ200 he wouldn't get it if he did. Thia cluster is greatly pleased with the business and her treatment by the man who had promis- diamond ring at S12fi'Is a w.int long felt. ceiving lllegil pension few. He can pay it of the Bink.- ed to love, cherish and protect her, was The gold plating will wear for six months, and etill have a considerable amount left projects We have the information from both psr almply horrible. She said tnat he began and the paste diamonds will sparkle and if he got all that it w charged ho did, ties that Messrs. Alcorn and Ban thy have her marriage to ill use her, The L. AN. Kill way delivered to the of themselves adjusted their rival Aspira- shortly after only permitted her to testify glisten for about the same length of time. but the court If, at the end of six months he discovers during the month Southern, nt this point, tions for the' nomination for the Circuit of matters of which George was pjrsonally that his feeling have changed, he breaks of October, one hundred and twenty live Judgeship, the result of which adjustment cognizmt. Oj one occasion ho ordered ofi the much aid Is little or nothing out of cars of coal, a' against fifty four for the i that Mr. S.iuil jy will not he a cmdldate. her to go to the etill home and bring him a pocket. If time has only welded his love Is quite a airae month of last year, which Mr. Alcorn, whose candidacy is now formal- bottle of whisky, also u glass with some the firmer, eo to speak, he gets the spurious good abosln of increaee iu tho Extern in thii issuo of the Interior siigir in It. She did as directed, but he ring from her to have their initials engravCity ly announced Kentucky coal trodo.-Junct- ion Journal, i well known to the bench and cause she brought no water he dashed the ed ou the inside, nnd comes here and exHerald. ii. bar of the Sth judicial district na a lawyer glasa In her face and threw the bottle at changes it for the Simon pure. See? It Partieh indebted to tho firm of Bright of sound practical judgment, of no her. At another lime beciUBe some article is u trick of our own, but the jewelers of A Curran must corns forward nnd eettle attainment in hi profession and of food dlsploaeed him ho cursed her and Boston, Philadelphia and other cities arc '.Your account is now due and of the moat persevering industry in the threw dish and all against her head. Often catching on and stealing our customer " being gcod doe not pay prosecution and dispatch of buainc. the fact of N, Y. Surh he would beat her with o etick and otherc:ounti, and I want every one, good cr That he i adoiirably equipped for tho po- wise maltreat her. Hi posllively refuied We have heard of Courts adjourning to 'ioor, to came and straighten up their ac- sition he peeks, no one can doubt, nod the to permit her to attend church and on sev- see nn elephant saim a river but wo do not count or give n bankable note. I can not unanimity with which he will receive the eral occasions had used his stick on Grorge. know of any precedent for adjourning to (,o money waiting to support of the democracy of hi native afford, to looe tiuie-nt.It waaa horrible tecltalof man's inhumanimarriage as Judge Oweley did venter- .iccocimodate patties who can settle when county may well bo regarded n n fair au- ty nnd such aa stirred to pity the heart of to a day. The Judge' head i level though. " they try nnd do not pzopose to do no. Very gury of the succor with whloh bs will vtiry person ptiMMt. Mr Bill'-- testimoAll of the sick ara improving. Kprt'nllT, Br'ht A Carran. meet in tli ttQtirtt district. ny was lully cor:objrutd by veral others I LOCAL NATTERS. Kink to night. G:3 GBOOBE;. WALTON, -- i mm T. R. w C5ar-rar- d DEALER IN- - n veil-burne- """ o mrPJ Si o 9 y And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. IN ADDITION TO GROCERIES AND I'BOVHIONS, HE KEEPS Tin-- , Glass- - mit-tak- ed and Queensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- 1 Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. School Supplies: Baskets, Bags, Slates, Pencils, Pens and Holders, Ink, &c. -- incon-aiderab'- o s Corner Main and Somerset is the best place to buy. Stsc T ior $onnml GEO. O. BARNES. Waiting for tho "Laying Hands." ""Praise the Lord. God is Loveand Noth- On of ing Else." Pimmpect Point. LANnoun, 2s. India, Oct. G, 1SS5 . j DEAn Interior. -- Before the next mall qoea out we ahall have quitted our hill re treat, and it is not likely that we shall This, therefore is my last letter irom Lsndour, in all human probability. Nitunlly, one, in writing the "lael" from anr place, drops into a retrospective frame, and that ia how I feel just now. Let us ee where it will lead u. fn some respects this flimalayan episode an our chequered career has been of very unique interest to us all. The sudden departure from England,.iu!t at the time we left, while Bro. Carty was then on the Atlantic, freighted, as he supposed, with n message specially to me, that he waj England at least; nat to deliver-- in (he telezraphic blunder that seemed to clear every obstacle, perfectly, out of the way; the intoxicating tour across the Continent the prospered voyacrj tho guided journey to Lindouj up to that point, perfect light and asurance that the dear LORD was leading. Toeo, a life of such continuous quiet, and apparent comparative mele'nest, that we should have been more thin human, and sstan less the devil ho i, had not misgivings, assaulted us once fCONTINPED NEXT ISSUE and again; and at time', almost fears, that God's way, and following we were out of The Last Kentucky teud. false lights. I am glad and thankful to Farmer Truman, of Kentucky, was up an say that those moments of despondent apple tree the other day, pays the New tnouht were few and far between. One York Sun, hand picking a choice lot of nonfiling look into HIS face; one loving when along came Farmer appeal to HIM to search and see and try Joslyn. As Farmer Joslyn had a shotgun d whether the heart was wandericg or with him, a careless observer might have was always enough. And or froward, reasoned that he was out gunning for quail. I thank my God if I have learned nooth- - There was nothing of the careleaa oberver fhimr-f- or this added experience, eo about Farmer Truman, however. He dear, so tender, of the conscious presence, didn't tumble from the tree right away, of a loving Ssvioi; true to His precious but he did tumble to Farmer Joslyn's erprotuue -- "Lo I am with you all the way;"' rand, and he halted in his picking and call epaakin? ever, in moments of gloom and ed out: doubt. "Fear no'; it is I, be not afraid; "After me, eh?" I will never leave tbet; this is the way." "Jist eo naybutl" I have known much of H's, bo deir and op "Well, I was sort o' expecting you, but partuoe, LOVE since this wanderinc ej&n not quite so earl. Is this the same old eel bsijan, but I think I cm eay truthfully, feud the one starting over line fence ihtt I haie known Him more intimately, forty-eigh- t years ago?" as a living presjnee, on thee "Dilectable "Yes, the same old thing which has causaiouatain," this idle summer than ever ed the deaths of three Truunns and four before. And reasonably and Bcr;p'urally Joalvns " a, becsu-- e I needed Him more here and "Ob, I don't know but something new now thn ever. And He is preeminently a had come up. Say, naybur, I'll be down in Sivior of our deepest need. And what I just oneminit." am trying, blunderingly, at best, to eay, hs s "I know you will, and you'll probably bjen, I think the experience of the come head fusil I've come over this morn "Troupe." ing to shoot another Truman, and kinder I would have you think, then.,dear even up cumbers." friend', of us now that we are quitting "But I ain't armed. My shotgun is in the hill' as full of hope and energy and the house." Hplritul long'togs to bs used largely as the "Thai's all the better lur me, naybur!" dear Lord my see best. Not enfeebled "But you'll give me a few minutes in nor demoralusd by the long, lazy, summer, which to eay my prayers?" sanitarium life; but never more eager for Oh as to that, I don't mind 'lowing you work aal never better fitted by grace to do three or four minits, though I'm in a hurry Living thus, by faith, when we could not to get back home and go to cutting ccrr. Go ahead, naybur." nee an inch before us, already, the dear Farmer Truman settled huneelf in a permits us to underjtandeomething Master crotch and seemed to be praying, while of the why He brought us to India. I think it is as certain as anything could be Farmer Joslyn kept an eye on him, and that we would never have gone into the impatiently waited to catch the conclud "Church of Eagland" had we remained in ing "Amen." lie was in this state of mind when a hole about a large as hit arm was either America or Eagland. It needed the diameter between bored through him from back to front, and distance of the planet's boy of fourteen came running up and as and the friends we loved, andMeft, in do-i- a called out: oo, in order to take that important step. "Pap! are you up then?" f know well how many dear onss,' say, "Yes, my son." a groan of regret, "Would right here, with ' I aw he had the bulge on you, and I God, he had never left us nor his native got tho gun and dropped him!" shores." And I can fully sympathize with "Right, my boy. That was what I was that regretful wish, from their standpoint -praying for." my own. But now, how changed is once "How many Joslyns does thLj maktV" uvervthint;! I can eee, with adoring grati"Five. We've only two more to kill cfl tude, how the dear hand of the Lord has to weed out the lot." led me, "by a way I know not" "a path I "Well, I'll tell ore of the niggers to go had not trodden" right up to a destiny I over and see if the family want tie body. never dreamed of. F.r, although it will Good-bypa, I shall bj late to school." not be credited, I can truthfully say that "Good-by- e son. Always strive to be a when I wrote iu LcnJon of my visit to good boy if you want pucscss iu life " Westminster Abbev, and utteied words of The battle ground of Missionary Kidge longing and hope, that will, I yet believe, prove pophetic, I had no mora idea of eyer haa been coaverted into a strawberry patch. joining the Church of Eagland, thin of Yankee coloniata have climbed with hoes "tlflui (o the moon." Nor had I the re- where Yankee aoldiera rushed with ba;o-netLand that went beting a few years motest deeign of doing so until the night of Jans H'.h, as mentioned in "Ejreka." ago at $2 per acre now comsususda $250, A.nd for the simplest of all possible res- and nativea who starved on 500 acres aie worn I never suspected until that night crowded out by New Eaglandera who grow that tbe Caurch of Ligland waa "ihe rich on ten. de-tinself-willenj e a. moreunto the perfect day." And I ask from all who love me well, a simple suspension of judgment, until tbey find out what the fruits of this "new departure" shall be. I can not tell you how I cling to earthly friendshipc, now so sorely in peril, just be cuse I am fully resolved to forfeit every one, if need be, is following what I believe to be the right. 08 request, I think I have a richt. in the sacred name of friend ship and brother! ood to make, atd that is "Strife! but heat!" The wisest one of old, said(lJrov IS 13 ) "He that answeretb n mstter bifore he hcareth it, It is folly nnd shame unto him." 1 have much to say when the time comes, that perhaps may not eeem wild and fanciful, in defending this eeeminglv eccentric step. Following on then, in the transparent way I have never diverged from, since this correspondence began, and taking old friends into confidence at every stage of the journey, 1 will just say tnai i nave ncaru from the good Bishop of this Lohore dio cese, whese hands I hope to have laid upon me in "confirmation" this winter, if the LORD will. 1 wrote to him some time ago, mailing a copy of "Ejreka" and one of "God's Love Story" (London Editiou) with n tnct "A Good God and a Bad Davil." It may hare been bad "policy" thus to shock the gocd man with so much that was out of the "beaten Hack" of his pastoral lift ; but I was determined that there should be no concealment, in dealing with those who had "the rule over me," and that I would be perfectly frank as to what I taught. So long a time elapsed before an answer came to my letter, that I began to think he would not write at all, when, to my relief, it arrived a few days ago. CANDIDATES. THE BEST boon ever bestowed upon man U perfect health, and the truo way to Insure health Is to purify your blood with Ayer's Mrs. Eliza A. dough, 3t Arlington st., Lowell, Mass., writes: "Every winter ami spring my family, Including myself, use several bottles of Ayer's Expcrlcnco has comlnccd mo that, as a powerful Sarsa-parilln. E. Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action ol mo Democratic pmy. i. ki:m:dy Mnsonhoiiuor's Kostaunmt Ori'OJirg -Cooar-Hous- a POM ' m..I3 Mr. u uki J USfc DANVILLE. -- KENTUCKY, GEORGE 8. CAKPEXTEK la a Candidate for Coanty Cleric, subject to Iba tion of the DvniocMCy. ac- Meals are served at all hours, (lamo always on hand and in Ita season, oyttert fresh flth, and similar delicacies tor red In all ttylm and on abort notice. Look out for the sign "Woodbine ItotUu- rani-- and call wncn you aro hungry. Is a Candldato for Assessor of Lincoln county, sub ject to tho action ot the Democracy. j."it Sim,ji inn tin' ai. joiinsox it if. Jt.iso xit nun: it jbco.. Danville, Ky. 'Ad 3lsk,,?sx'Vx i i POSTED. This notice forewarns hunters, flshcrmtii and tramps not to trespass on our .lands without per. mission, as all audi acts are liable to bo protecuted to tho lullcit extent of the law. Signed? J. M. Martin, c. II. Sampson, A. R. Tucker, CrabzLrnn. J. U.Lynn. J. I.. Murphy, II. D. llaughraan. W. T. Tucker. John A Jas. hmttb, Adam Fence. J. b. l.ynu, A. J. DiUirhnrtr. Mrs. Msry C.Matheny. (Ol-li- Blood purifier, it Is very much superior to any other preparation of Sarsaparllla. All persons of scrofulous or consumptive tendencies, and especially delicate children, aro suro to bo greatly benefited by its use." J. W. Starr, Lnconla, Iowa, writes: " For years I was troubled with Scrofulous complaints. I tried several different preparations, which did mo little, If any, good. Two bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparllla effected a complete cure. It Is my opinion Xh?l this medicine Is tho best blood WILLIS O. HAKNETT Is a Candidate tor the office of Jailer of Lincoln county, aubject to primary election of tho Democratic party. W. T. SAVDEUN Is a Candidate lor Jailer, subject to the action ot the Democracy. rt LUMBER! Dressed fine riooring, Ceiling, Weather Hoards, linlshinp Lumber, Green Lumber in tlio Rouqb, including Laths and Shingles. r i i mMSMIF fiW" "'SET G mtii iri ivwrv - - T. M. PEXXIXGTiKV Is a Candidate for County Clerk ol Lincoln, to the action of tho Democracy. tub-ret i um mro, rfia.. us trttii.ih.rM from ta Irx .rib itms Aui.t. mill tuttmi inc si lbs ftatira tlmnltlltf .ifttrttt prlatlpU tbsl Iimmm ni ii(ih.rutrmoraIu(.S, aol ulns. I r V JUDGE W. O. HANSFORD JUDGE T. l a.rnn-i- i riilit i( ' ibr--v Purifier of the day." C. E. Upton, Nashua, X. II., writes: "For n number of jears I was troubled with n liumor In liiy eyes, and unable to obtain relief until I commenced using Ayer's Sarsaparilln. I hne taken several bottle, am greatly benefited, and believe It to be the best of blood purifiers." K. Harris, Creel City, ltamsey vu., uiiKui.i, writes: "i nnvp been nu Intense sufferer, with I)ypcp!n, for tho pat three jears. Six months ngo I began to use ForthsconTenlenceof our customers In N unIs n Candidate for County Attorney ol Lincoln, ion! ana Tlctnlty we ham arranged . with sutject to tbe action of the Democracy. II fiircil to keep on his yards nn assortment of our Lumber, wher they can get It at cheap as from us He will also make IV. VAIINOX ? any billsdirect. bsudt, which wo willestimates for not on -nil on short Yit.-j'" a ""'J0?J"-- '.V .Vj It. I VtH, to tbe office of CounIs a Candidate fot Uly, Ky. ty Judge, subject to the action of the Democracy. 1, rn '" cii ;",,,"ir "Mol l.oratU ttj m r:.l4bl. cr tit l!t WAtTERA.TATtQH.AtlaBta.Oa. i t. i r Miiii'm . 'lr,h .. Itlnlaf.' Ant rtul... ...!.. orisirj "' mi.. Mum. ii. ('I WS.a Is ih. .(I taon rl.oirtlb.ail s.Us.rrc m:iHutu o Orw .r Ostta, r.ra.l; hr Sllt tut ftlM u.uittta. Ucretpsil mMo4 iid th ferities mtV (', 4'NJllt!, "ft" Uoth for aale by Dr. M,L. DOUItNK, Stanford. J. D. SH'OPE PIANOS, OICGAXN, MUSIC, Ac a. LOGS WANTED. I will pay the highest price for good, sound Walnut, Ohorry and Hickory Logs delivered at any station of tho L. & N., K. O. or O. S. R. R. J. OTTENHEIMER, Crab Orohnrd, Ky We arragnitf.r I'm olj and reliable John Is a Catdldste for County Cletk of Incoln, subject Church Ui.,o! Clm lunatl. Ohio, Inr the sale of to tho action of tho Democracy. Organs, Automatic Musical Instruments and Musical Merchandise In I.tacoln and Uarrard Sarsaparilla It has effected an entire cure, and I am now as well as ever.' Sold by all Druggists. AYER'S received uutll paid for. Tho tinulartl Is a candldste for Cou ,ty Clerk of Lincoln, subject iiiiihi-ritiu. rwnaue.t to., uaiellon lirot., Decker A bon, Lserett and New Inland I'lanos, totheactloaofthel emocratlc party. cither upright or square.. InOrani. the follow. n Iok rnascrt: Cloujh A Warren, John Church A Co. and the Sterling, with lb lutcut JAMES GEOHGE II. COOPEIC ltvt P. BAILEY for Circuit Clsrk, subject to tbe tion ol the democrstlc psrty . Isacandldat ac- T.D.XEWLAXD Ject to the actlonof the democracy Is a camt (date for Shrrlr! of Lincoln county, tub- - Iho (WfHrYoit.an Automatic Musical Instrument, tne most wfeel In the world. Iilustrstcd catalogues tenure to all whosrply, also tbe referencrs from those who hare bought audtrleJanyoftbsaboT musical Instruments. AdJn-aus at Stanford, Ky. (lijine Jlrlln Attachment. SMjr S. It. . J. VOOK. W. I--. DAWSON fandlJale for Jailer ol Lincoln Ject to tho action of tho Democratic I l'rlto $1; Six bottles, $5. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aver & Co., Low ell, ilass., U. S. A. MYERS HOTEL, County, tub. party. Ague Cure to cure Fovcr and Acue, Intermittent or Chill Kover, Fovcr, Dumb Ague, Itlllous Fever. AYER'S ar.n.ll.UiAfar Jailer of Lincoln county, sub ject ts the action of the Democrstlc party. T. SAM. M. OWEXS D. It. OAKPEXTEK as County Attorney, Is a Candldste for subject to the action of the Democratic patty. STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains ita High Reputation, AND OHIO A MISSISSIPPI B. W The Direct Route to St. Louis & tho West LOUIS VILLK or CIXCHXXATI. U NorthwtttanJ Bouthwwt ,j ,, wy of Iti IS WARRANTED "Hreak-bono- " II. C. UAKItEX Is a Cnndllsts lor reflection to the office ot Attorney ot tbe Sth Judicial trict, subject to the action of the Democracy. Dis- Complaint, and nil diseases arising from Malarial poisons. Dengue (or Fever), Liver 'tlanooga Proprietor ii Determined that MTmi'nq .L'm,,d and ClrHluuatl make rcct lonnectlon at it Shall be Second to no Country nine Imprest on the those luiutt with lb IJgbt. Ohio a lllstlulppl for tit Hotel in the State in iti Fare, loult and all polntt WhI, Appointments, or AttenIf) TTniirci n'r 'm IulttllU or Clnclo- tion to Comfort of quicker any their Questi. "Harpers, S. C, July 9, ISSJf. "For eighteen months suf-crc- il with Chills and Fever, Jiaving Chills every other day. After trying various remedies recommended to cure, used a bottle of Aycr's Auc Cure, and have never since had a chill. EDWLX miRPEIi." O. II. WADDLE I the Democratic party. ! a Cacdldate for Commonweallh'a Attorney of subject to the action of the Sth Judicial Dlr-r.c- t, Uaauaae nil! be coBsejed to and Iron the ds free of charts. Special aecommodatl obi to Commercial Trafelere. The liar will alnajt aapplltd tilth tae choicest braadaof Llqaorsaad Clears. going Writ. tlineformpiltandnrit than other line. (Mag our pattengert choice of smla in trains Ine going by way Zf Chicago. 12Hours Quicker ToOrutha and than by any I FARM FOR SALEt I otler for sale ray Karra of I.'IS Acre ot fine 2 miles South of HuttonTllle. In It The .i.m r.hm MiiMLtmr nllce. good firm and In a one fnce good atato of cuttlTailon, under u county. The of tbe beat watered Farmtln Lluco consist of a neat cottage home of 5 luproTemenU rooms, a splendid cistern at the door, good stable and all necessary outhouses If early application is made, will ,11 at a bargain. It not sold soon, I will rent said Farm lor . C5-- tf E fly. Itoiilo Kant O. & M. Fast Timo and Suro Con With all Ut.es at Always makes Kcnttick nootlons i'CVH. rnEiunuD by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. Washington, Philadelphia and Now York. The only line running and Intermedial Points Xo I'errlt'H, No Ouiiil,uKXrauM -- St. Lonis J. ii. TA VI.OU, llustonvtlle. medicinal preparation, and, at the samo time, an elegant and cleanly toilet That article. Its action upon the scalp Is health-fil- l. A. E. Gibbon Htl St., Danville, It nottrlihes the glands which support tho hair, and causes thin, dry hair to behat a full, fresh and brand Near tho new stock ol all the abore goods, which he come thick, soft, and lgorous. It restores ol at the to dlsi-osjiropoits the color of youth to locks which have become faded with ago or disease; and relieves and cures itching, caused by That can be made outside or Intldo the cities. humors of tho scalp. Dr. George Gray, Dealing ciclutlTelj In the abore line, tou can find store a better assortment to select from at Nashua, X. II., writes: "It gives mo at bissatisfactory prices than elsewhere. more pleasure to testify to the wonderful effects produced by Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Window Glass, Mixed Paints and Fine Varnishes a Specialty. ltenewcr, as observed by me In very many cases.' Ir vm.i. ckktaixi.y nusTortn Carrct and Builders' Taper constantly on hand. A trial Ik solicited and satisfaction Is eure to folTill: HUIt TO ITS Or.IGIX.lL color. It low, .i. :. tiiiimtxs, cleanses ho head of dandruff, and leaves 02-- t Third street, Danrllle, Ky. the hair soft, glossy, and beautiful." I T. Saudhelu, 1010 Spruce St., Philadelphia, l'a., writes : After una; alllngly tr Ing a number of preparations to prevent my hair front falling out, and, realizing that I was fast becoming bald, I tiled, as a last Surgeon, Physician resort, Hall's Hair ltenewcr. I have used only four bottles of the I!r newer, and am perfectly sjtMlcri that It Is tho host prepaOffice at Cent- - al Hotel, Danville, Ky. ration iu tho market for checking tho falling out of hair, Invigorating tho hair roots and promoting a new growth." 1'IICH uimI riHtuJu la a e, s'" Don't HALLohair BENEWER. It USE PULLMAN XCiV SLL'EL'IXN CARS l.'B.fi,.f1"1",l. u'en bcathwAl " Wmg,Qt A SOLIDTRAIN mow When needing anything in the line of WallPaper Decorations, Paints, oils, Varnishes, "Window Glass, and Painters' Suoolies Gener ally, Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, to n uauiHglOU Uliy, Connecting In tbe tame depot with Kj., MHH...,Url, For lull ,nJ uUe r,jrrflI,Ion , regard to Land Ac, In tbe Western state, slap. . (iuldu and Good. to all poVnt. tVt call'jn" wsVisVIK!.?.'".18 ,fc '"" ,,M,t T Derot. S'""'wt fct. H". I.oult, auJ on o, rat.0gf r m'i Oh0 C. JJ MlulMii'i.liwaT. llta' ,- Most Reasonable Figures The Direct Itoiite to Lynchburg. DaaTlll. Norfolk and all Virginia uuj ,iot i ii urouna roinis. Kor tickets and further Information, applr to your nearest ticket offlie or address V. W. Mon-roDlr. Freight and Tassenger Agent, Lexington Ky. . W. NMITJI, H. W. I'ltM.r.H, Oen'l Mana;rr, (len'l Tau'r Ag;t. Ulchmond. Virginia. Fast Trains for Now York. i. J AUIs.lrntral Tattenger Agent, Cincinnati. Ohio - is i v, KENTUCKY "illiie-GraNH CENTfiHL ISoiKc.1 1 1, P 1 All Open IN WHICH Letter! I Shortest and Quickest Route from Oen tral Kentnolcy to oil Points North, Last, West and Southwest. AXjI ILsADIKS aRE DKKTLV LEXI.VQTOX A CIXCI.VVATI Schedule In Kflect Oct. Fast Line Detwteu II. I6SJ. I HOOrtl-BOL-N- o. 6, L'x 10 .V 25 ,11 02 No. "No.il" Ux. Hun, 2 32 ii u 4 S7 p m fi Hun.' pally I IISTTEDFtESTEID ItUAD IT. Dr. E. J. Nickerson, and " " Arr. " Lve. Covlngtou.. I'ynthltna.. I'arts Islington... Falmouth . ,8 ' "'.V. .42 Buckingham's Dye rou nn: No Ciirott. Irfcctly itKl.ilii, (U., Nor. C, P8I. (iK.Mr.KUK.s: 1 hsre boon using your wonder-fu- l remedy, "Dr. llradficld's Female lUgulator,' In my family for a lorg tiiu , and I want to say to tho sutlerlng ones of my sex that there tiercr was anythlngual toll. Would to (Jod that ercry aflllctod woman In our land knew of Its wonderful virtues and curative powers hi I do. I havo ured a great deal of It slnca the birth of my last child about n year aud u lulf ago, and I du think bad It not lccn for this valuable mellclne, I would bare been BED-RIDDEN Arr. Winchester " Itichmand..., " Ijtncaiter ..., " llowUnd l.ve. lDcliiuoiiJ.... Arr. lleret Lve. 1'Arlt " it "'" " l"u pm "I 1lu, anlonpa1 OOpiu am 8 10 pro !00pm e 15 17 pm p 12 80 I 1J.lvlniMi,.. OOpwL., i oi p m 3 30 im 6 OiJ n in ... No. 11 a id " iu ii pm ii w n m. u u pw M p m u li Mi fi 10 7 24 p n li m pu Nobtii-Bouh- No. & 3 No. 1 " Herca Arrlllchmond ... Lve. Itowland , Lve. I.Ivlngstun... 10 06 n ml II SSiijnl i 7 M a m 8 OS a in aw Church." count aa I am anxious that darstand thU my friendtt should" tic not eo much on my own ac- that the guiding hand of the LORD may bs seen, in all thia matter, and so Ilia dear name may be B'0"ued. then, that in all theae yeara there ht-- been no hankerinst after Eplcopacy, no leaninf? to "Apostolical pucceesion," no A man who haa kept account of the num ecret pnrpDse to jsia that chuich at any time I remember ouco telling an intimate ber of kisaea exchanged with his wife since friend that, "alnce the war the Episcopal their union consents to ita publication as f?(t KftO. ... asw.n.l church In America seemed nearer the mod- fnllnwa. I?l'r nil. el of a true church than any of the real;" 10,000; third year, 3,050; fourth year, 120; CLUBBING RATES. fifth year, 2. He thtn left off keeping the but that wai a mere passing tribute of Worth (Tex.) Gaz-tt- e. course they pur- record.-rF- ort for the judicloui To those dsstrlcg aiMitlonal rmdlng matter wo n will club the sued in not allowing the bitternesa of Leon Van Loo, the Cincin hate to Invade the escred precincta ol nati photogtapher, married liij rotuuche:-o- f skhmvi:ekly ivtgkiok their amctusry, as the others had done; photographs, and aa she has beoo absent Aa folloiri: not the expression of a preference for their in Edropefor threa yoira Mr. Van Lao has With the Weekly Courler-Jouru13 00 " " Now York World 2 50 jnlicy or doctrine If I had a leaning it obtained a divorce, which will enable him to " " New York Eun 3 00 wtm for my own Presbyterian home fold, secure a subatituto in lieu of tho original " " Harper'a Magnilue 8 00 wing though detpalred of oyer Mrs. Van Lio. " JIarptr'a Weekly 5 20 cruel conceIona I would what " Southern BItousc 3 00 A photograph of a section of tho tVj hac " " Homo and Farm 2 00 hare to make. what you desire, 1 beg my dear frienda, then, to believe been taken at the Parln Obaeratory eome w In Isct, no mittrrIth our publication wto you oan furnish It n pacr and tno that all this church light baa come to me five dejreei equaro, which ehowa 3,000 ttata from SO trouble5 and expeuso of remitting for It, 50. cwiis to on a tquare plate. This would in in thia Himalayan retreat, and my steadfast Old suliscribers, who baro a' ready paid, can arall theuiselreg of this oitr by (mylng the differpromise la that "the light that ia in me" dicste that there are 20,000,000 stara up to ence btwven tb nuonutt li and WALTOX, naaied. dball "not be darkae) but ehinc more and the fcurlesnth uiagnitude, iocludve. VT. t I'w'r, Staalbi.l. par-tftiiwell-know- n The ravinga of the Richmond Wh'uj over tho defeat of Mahona need not frighten timid talk. The editor of tho Whij is not a conapirator concocting a blood revolution. No, no; the fellow ia only drunk and talkaaa only tho fool talketh when he rnlxea chagrin with his liquor. Louisville Time?. WHISKERS commends Itself to all who havo occaslou to nso n dyo for tho beard or mustache. It will change gray, faded, or sandy whiskers, to a beautiful brown or black, as desired. Tho colors produced aro natural and lasting. It cannot bo washed off, contains no destructive Ingredients, Is cheap, safe, convenient to use, and effectual. I'ltEI'AItED iiy R. P. HALL to CO., Nashua, N. H., U. S. A. Sold by all dealers in medicines. Knifo, Ligature or Caustio Uaod. No Detention Business, FOR LIFE I Treatment Mild. Cure Certain niul l'crmnucntt Cure, No Pay. Hut thanks to a kind l'rovldenc. I was directed to Its use and my llfo and health have been sparid tne. If my means would admit of It I would never bo without It In my house. I havo rccoiumendud It to a cumber ofmy friends From and without exception they hare all been wonderfully rcl!ovd and cured. I give this endorsement without solicitation, and freelr, for tbe benefit ol the suffering ones ol my tcx. Xo Very respictfully, Mrs, Anna IUsip. Send furoitrTreallsoon chI " Lsucaiter Arr. ltlchmoud , .... Arr. Winchester. Arr I'arit Lve. Lttxlugtou Lvo Parlt Fnlmouth Arr. Covington Lve. I'.lcbmood .... .., 7 15 8 06 am', uu a iu 1 in,' am iu 4 20 pm a 20 pm fi 31 pm a 37 pm g m (i in a m 2 2A SS " ('rnthlana. ' 7 23 a in 8 20 a m 8 S3 a in 'J S5 n m 11 80 a in 3 24 a in i 40 p in' 3 30 p iu 3 SS p m i in p in 6 no p m 45jn,i nAYMVILLI! HUAMJII. NOBTll-IlOUN- 10. fit, L r s Femilo Diseases, luaIN Special Attention also Given to Chronic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, As well as all Diseases peculiar to Women. free. Addreu TIIL' IlIlADFinLD KEUULAIOK CO., Hn ii, Atlanta, (la, For sale by DIl. li. L. BOIHINE, Stanford, Ky. XiEB I u r..,.... Dally 'Ex. Huo. Ex, Bun. Ai.'J&?5,,.l-,s:s!S?J!:JN"lytT"1'' HOUTII-Bot'V- HTJFFMAN, - journal al that-kno- ' 8TANFORD, KY. Dr. N. can lo consulted free Charges moderate. Dally Booth side Dally ot.hargoand will be lound at his offlco at all Office Myers Hotel: Main Street, two doers abovr Kx. fSun Ex. bun the times the next three months Furo Nitrous Oxide Oat administered whon re. Maytv 5 a m 2 43 p w quired. lonnion., 27 a m a 28 pm Ily permission he refers to the following genI arils !e , tlemen: J. d. llosley, (I. A. Lackey, S. Irwin, " " : t2 P " Mlllersburc Stanford. Kt.j Judgo O. F. Lee, Tom Murphy. W. P. Temple, John M. Spoonamom, Sim Cook, Dan vllle, Ky.j Iter. J. A. Hoglo, HuitonTlllc: II. U. II so, i s is Um Sutton, J. b. Hoblnton, Lancaster, Ky.; Thos. II. Walkor, C. C. Cbrlsman. Klrksrllle, Ky.j J. H. Notk. Trains S nn.l i ,inii. ,T7-- .. ...."" MclCln-ncJohnson, IlryanttTllle, Ky.; J. I', Daniel, chttter. LcxlngU)u and Covington; other tra 1I" Ky.; O. J. liosley, Lebanon, Ky.. Oco. Iew-I- s, nredally except Sunday. CampbsllsTllle, Ky.; A. A McOlnuls, Ilawllng Direct conn cllonsaro made at WInohedtor with (Srecn, Ky.; Oeo. Motion, Judge J. W. Hughes, ChesflWRko Ohio for Sit. Sterl g llnrrodtburg, Ky.; C. C. dhumate, JIcAIco, Ky, lluntngton, Charleston, W. Va., and ell. '10 0 a tu 7 60 i M No. 62 TfoToT" - i lr (1 Civlngton. in All Sorts of OPEKil HOIXSI3, STANFOIID. KY. ten-Inc- 1 W. P. WALTON, - - Fropriotor Size of Stgo,;20xS0. hurts and many sorts of ails of man and beast need a cooling lotion. Mustang Liniment. BoWaVu ?DriD;iiotin:rcu:onai .U stlnallon reached by s B. V.. D. MOUSE, v- -- s -"-- 7hroui!ri''tlckets and Eight comploto sets of Seen-trSeating capacity, Including gallery, 60i) KensiaaM ratet tu iwou attntctlooe, AtUitti Fasscnger Ageut; tn ralfrnad. W. II. WHITTI.IMEY Tnr. FaM. Aciat ' chcukaJ ar