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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885112001 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. Stmt Heetli ntefiot initial m ,Vt)LXIV. i J , v STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1885. NO. 75. EXTRAORDINARY BLANKET SALE ! ! Marvelous slaughter of "White Blankets. Get ready for cold weather 394 White Wool Blankets, slightly soiled, received Saturday from New York auction and will be placed od sale at the following unreasonably low prices FOR CASH ONLY. They must go out in a few days: Large white blankets 45c each, 85 per pair, worth $2 a pair; extra large size white Blankets, heavy weight, 75c each, $1.50 per pair, worth $3 a pair; very heavy weight splendid qua ity 12-- white Blankets $1.25 each, 2.25 per pair, worth $4.50. 4 HUng tit one huJf rcrtl value. TIiuho together with ThoiiauntU or other KpcclnltlCH to he foil ml only Lincoln County to supply themselves with good, comfortable bed This is a chance that may not occur again in a life time for the people of at THE GK EAT BARGAIN MTOICE. clo- - S. SimMBBecfilB I. POWERS CO., Leaders of Popular Low Prices for all the People? PROVIDENCE, BOYLE COUNTY. PAINT LICK, OARRARD COUNTY. of The meeting at Walnutta closed yesterto Everheart day with 12 or 15 additions. Hundley, mentioned recently In the InteMr. John Parks had a yearling mule fmbUahed Tuetiiav and friaay rior Journal, did not stand, Mr. Harlan that had been missing for several daya. He giving Mr. Hundley 51,000 for hia bargain, finally found him under a straw stack where a.OU lX2Il ANNUM and Everheart can now "rest from his la- he had beed amotbered to death. Wnp14 strictly In advance. If we hTt to bors and let hia works follow him" for -- Charley King and William Stigall, wait anv Itrni, i3,00 will b. charted. some time, on the profit realized in this two little boys about 14 years old, had a transaction. fight while at church, when Charley cut W. P. WALTON. There were two brand new married William three times on the left arm with a ITS couplet at church here Sunday, Rev. pocket knife. Mimical Wines. Drags, Wall Paper, John M. Bruce and bride and Mr. "El." Uncle Alvah Pullina bought 60 mounLiquor InstruemenU, Chemical, Books, Hutchlnga and bride. Bro. Bruce preach- tain ewes while in Rockcastle. He brought Cigars, Stationery, Pocket Paints, Cntlery, Tobaccos, Soaps, Oils, ed at 11 a. u , and as several of his old them home one evening and the next night Mucliin Perfumery, jLamps, Fire Arms, sweethearts were in the congregation, hand- two or three of them were killed by dogs. "Praise tbo Lord. Qod is Loveand NothNeedles. kerchiefs frequently wiped away tears as Why is it we can't have a dog law and have Oar Jewelry, Silverware and Optical Goods Department Is In Charge of tie!. ing Else." they thought of the past and what might it enforced? Thoa. BIcunrdB, who Trill Repair notches and Clocks promptly and In the best have been. This is the neighborhood in One of our young men went courting style. SliiAKAKTun, Oct. 1285. which he was reared from childhood and last Sunday night and lost his horse. He American Mission Pjixmisu. j there is no telling how much the people thought that he was stolen but fortunately THE NEW GROCERY AND HARDWARE HOUSE OF Deak iNTxnion. We came "downhill" here think of him and his. he found him late Monday evening coming day before yesterday. It ! 57 mile from Uncle Church Yeager would be a good from towards Lancaster. He had evidentProict l'olnt to Ihia familiar Mliulon subject for a serial etory and hislifeof good ly been ridden away by some one. He had Ktation. About which more anon. Let deeds would fill a volume. He was born never been known to break loose. Mason tnt go back aud bring up (be Himalaya to in 1802 and at an early age married the Pullins says he will walk next time. date, la we may bare taken our final wife of his bosom, who Is 4 years hia junior. from their glorious height. Late measurements give the hight of the Nine children blessed their union and their Will promised me to writs out an acgreat Mexican volcano, Popocatepetl, aa Would kltdly ask your attention to the fact that they hare Jait returned from the cities with a Urg grand children number 51, seventeen of count of bio 10 day trip into the interior, fnsh and well selected stock of CHOICE 17,809 feet aboye the sea. The crater, these being the children of hia youngest for the Interior, but the prospect of get-tiwhich is completely obacuted within by daughter, as one of her brothers told me fainter each day and I xball it RK sulphurous vapor, is about 2 miles in ciryesterday, and of the i about 12 are boys. haTe to aummariz it for your reader my cuit and 1,000 feet deep. The entire cen- In endless variety, dainty In quality and satisfactory In prices; this we guarantee. Our aim shall b Their great grand children number C, elf at all times to supply every want In our line. tre of the top of the mountain seems to be Every one of hia children, grand children They made double marches from the solid sulphur, which is deposited at the and great grand children, aave three, are first, and "did" Gungootree in half the of about a ton a day. Baptists and nearly all of them members rae uiual time. Consists of the Standard Brands ot Europe and America. Oar large line of Cooking Stoves Include ol Providence church. He has lived on A "Notice" worded as follows is said to the justly celebrated "Great Western Reserve" and many other family favorites. Our China, Glasj They started nearly a month before intebusiand Queenaware stock consists In part of Table, Tea and Chamber Seta complete, Glassware richly en the farm where he now resides for SO years appear on the door of a rior tourist generally make the trip. They way of Breads tuffs we name Buckwheat Flour, the queen ol all tribes. Our) Dale ness office: "The hours of attendance in and etched. In the and has been quite eucceaiful in accumutrusted to auccuwful foraging, on the road, brated Patent "G. M." Flour, urlvalled for cake and pastry, while Rice and Hominy, our own patrl lating the goods of this world. Nearly all this office are: To canvassers for church otic products, arrayed as faithful adjuncts. All the delicacies In Foreign and Domestic Confection! inatead of taking extra cool In to carry a of hia children aettled around him and subscriptions, 10 to 2; book and insurance are here. Tin, 8tone, Wooden and Wlllowware, Electric Lamps, Stationery. Canned Meats and Fmlti comfortable atore of proTlaiona, aa la usuals and a complete line of Cigars and Tobaccos. Well, this Is only a hint of what we have. BeUevlni almost all of their large farms adjoin each agents, 2 to 4; commercial travelers, ly done. ThMe three facta explain moat of that we can make It to your Interest, we confidently ask an examination of our goods and your patroa atother. A stranger can travel miles atd and advertising man, ail day, We their altar troubles. Respectfully, age. TAILOR JtltOTnKBB. miles in either direction from Providence tend to our own business at night." They were almoat devoured by moequl-toe- a church and be in sight of a palatial resiand aand fiiee during the earlier stage There ate in the world 397 institutions dence of one of the Yeagers. It is simply of their journay. for the education of deaf mutes. Germany refreshing and invigorating to spond a few About the third day they struck the has rlnety ot these, France sixty-sevehours at one of their houses and enjoy atream. whone source they aought and and the United States Great Britain forir-sitheir unbounded hospitality. To be brief, thirty-eightravailed up ita rigged, torturous courae Recent careful estimates fCONTINtTED NEXT I33DE if one wants to find some of the best peo- place for the remainder of the journey. the number of these unfortunates tt ple In the world, all that has to be done ia The 8 h day they reached the glacier from An Ignoble End. SOO.OOO. under which the Gangei shoot, at an aperThe Philadelphia lima aayr: "Repudia-to- r to come down this way. "Uncle Church" All our exchanges in speaking of horses, ture called Gaimookee, or "Cow'a Mouth." Mahone haa thrown up the sponge in and wife are both quite active and enjoying cattle, hoge and other animals, use the suTnia glacier fill, a Talley between pre- Virginia politics by allowing hia chief or- good health and I hope their happy and perfluous and bad sounding phrase, eo many cipitous hill aides, a solemn aea of ice, gan, the Richmond Whig, to go into the exemplary lives may be protracted many "bead of " Why not jnst as well say eo bretaw. inoTing on an inch or two in an age, aft;" hands ol a receiver, tihlch moans its early years. many "tall of?'' It would sound just as the graTr, stately ways of glaciers, while discontinuance. The Richmond Whig was According to the Tribune Mr. William well. Tne best way to put it is, so many under its cool deptha flows the impatient once among the ablest journals of the Mahone, as soon as he recovers sufficiently Paris News. horses, Logs or cattle rirer, fed by thawa in the mountains fur country. Under (he editoral direction of from his depression of spirits and bruises Bucklen's Arnica Salve. thvr back, and fretting ita way through the Pleasants, it stood second to no newspaper of body incident to the late political disasThe brst Salvo In the world tor Cut). Bruises solid, auper incumbent mats, until it darts in the land in editorial ability, and, with ter in Virginia, will write out and preeent Sores, Salt Rheum, Fover Sores, Tetter, Chapped into the open yalley at the "CowV Mouth;" the Rltchies in charge of the Enquirer, the to the public a statement of the sorrowful Hands, Chilblains, Corns and allfekln Eruptions, glad to quit the gloomy ice bound cvrerna then proud Old Dominion was potential in way in which he had been treated by the anil positively cures Piles, or no pay required. I, and get into the bright sunlight once more. shaping the policy of tho two great parties voters of his old State. As a matter of Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money 25 cents per box. For sale by The plnce of exit is simply an arched cay- - of the country. After the war the general fact tho American public is not profoundly refunded. Trice Penny AMcAllster. ern, the width of the angry stream. Liter deprension that prevailed in the South interested in Mr. Mahone and lata pitiful Wonderful Cures. in the ne.tion when tourists, who have abun made hnrd lines for jjurnalism. The En grievances just now, but if he has made up Drugand dant leieure, vleit it, the glacier is spotless quirer went down under Handy, now of tho his mind to prepare such a document we Xf, D. ltoyt A Co., wholesale havo retail selling been gists otlloiue, (la., say: "We with recently fallen now; but when oar Xwt of this city, although one of the would suggest that he spend the period Dr. King's New Dlscotcry, Electric Bitters and travellers saw it. the soil of the rainy se- sprightllest journals of the South, and tbc necessary to its preparation in tho moun- Unction's Arnica Salvo for twj years. Have nav-e- r handled goods that sell as well, or giro such asonwhich sweeps down clayey defilemenls Whig fell an easy prey to Mahone's puree tains of IleplBdam. The roaring of the There have been some the adjacent mountain when be resolved on bin repudiation cru- lion and the mourning of the whangdoodle universal satisfaction. by upon its purity from theso medicines In this wonderful cures effected deeps was upon it. It was anything but sade. The Whig, under Mahone's direc- for Its first boru would make a delightful city. Several cases of pronounced Consumption an inviting spectacle. tion, became n thoroughly disreputable concert for him in hia present mood, and hate been cutlrely cured by the useo! a lev botIloweyer it was something to bavo visit- journal, beastly in scandala and defamation, might enable him to impart n peculiarly tles of Dr. Klcg's New Discovery, taken In connection with Electric Blttera. We guarantee them ed the spot perhapi ttje holiest in India and pandering to tho bisest partisan preju- dismal color to his jeremiad. N. Y, always. Sold by Penny A McAllster. (1) to a good Hindoo. dices It was a fit organ of it master's World. An Enterprising, Reliable House. Will and Henry Formau would have cause in his battle for the naked rascality Says an exchange: "The eight of a man Penny A McAllster can always be relied upon the source ol the o( repudiation of the already thrice partialcrossed the mountains to five hundred and fifty feet from the ground, not only to carry In stock the best of orerythlng, Jumna (the "lumna" of your earlier types ly repudiated debt of the State, and there ia hanging on to a monument by a single buttosecuro the Agency for such articles as hare n merit, and are popular with the peo-plto my great disgust) a few days extension fitness in it dying with Mahone. In life rope, ia not a pleasant one to persons with thcroby sustaining tbo reputation ofbelnj alof tne rugged journey, but Brother Etrlng's they were inseparable, and in death they weak nerves, and yet it is ptesented every ways enterprising and erer reliable. Having setime was limited and the party retraced should not be parted." day by the Washington monument in cured the Agency for the celebrated Dr. King's their eleps to Lsndour. The National bankers are the men who Washington, where men are engaged in New Dlscoiery for Consumption, will sell It on a The connection between double march- organize the warfare upon silver; they are placing numerous lightning rods. It will posltlvo guarantee. It will surely cure any and oberery affection ot tho Throat, Lungs and Chest, es and foraging on the country Is too the men who are determined that the Na- take along time probibly a couplejof months and to show our confidence, welnTlts you to call require explanation. The fact Is vious to (I) tional debt shall never be paid, but that the to complete the work, Though it looka and get a Trial Battle Free. the mor fellows wore awfully "iput to it to people Bhall pay them the interest on it very dangerous, it is, in fact, a safe occupaPositive Cure for Piles, get enough to aupport existence, the natives annually forever, and that, in the mean tion. The history of the monument is that To the peoplool this county we would say that ana ueing ex havlni little for themselves time, while producing a ahrinkage which not one man has been injured. JiThere haye we havo been given the Agincy of Dr. Marchisl'a ceedingly unwilling to part with it "for will make the payment of the debt impos- been several accidents, but they have all Italian l'llo Ointment emphatically guaranteed to euro or money refunded Internal, External, love or money." When they reached Lau sible, at the same time they will bo enhance been on the ground." Blind Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price 50c a box. dour they were considerably reduced in the purchasing power of gold that the inCol. John Peter Richardson's father, two Tor sale by Penny AMcAllster, Druggists. and not distie'h, browned .by expoeuie terest they may collect will, in purchasing one cousin hare filled the GuDaughters, Wives and Mothers. tressed at getting back, where something power, be equal to fifty per cent, more than uncles and bernatorial chair in South Carolina and Wo emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlel's to eat was regularly procurable. it now is, so that four per cent, will readily Kood now Col. John Pstor ia willing to continue a Female Remedy, t cure Fomale Dis although heavily be worth as much aa elx per cent, was ten ' the familv nrocllvlty by running for the eases, such as Ovarian troubles, Indammatlon and rocky paths. I3ro. E. lacked to resist the or bearing year.4 ago. -- Salt Like Tribune. Governorship himself, with the further Ulceration, Falling and Displacement Change o t down felling, Irregularities, Barronncss, caught nu ugly fall In springing from one down The whole number of men enlisted for claim that ha is and always has been a Llfe.Leuchorrhcca, besides many weaknesses springrock to another in making rough way ing from the above, like Ucsdache, Bloating, Spilast 10 miles three years in the Union arm during the democrat. the Ganges river bed, and tho Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, The Iop, including those by coolies was 2,320,272 Mica Alcott says "she has fallen in love nal of the return had to be carried Palpitation of the Hoart, Ac. For sale by Drug- .. c , swung upon who died of direaso or in prison, were 270,-37- 0 with n great many pretty gtris in ner . Prices Ji and Jl 60 per bottle. SendtoDr in a sort of extemporlzsd sack with ou the Union Bide, 133 S21 on the Con- but never once the least hit with a man." j n. Marchlsl, Utica, X. v., for pamphlet, free. Henry escaped &; n Btout pole. Will and SUCCESSORS TO ' b? I'nn' JIc All,tr DrugfWti. re federate. Sauto here. wholo'Vkin and bones" When they 300 acres at $S5 per acre nitriorouriral GEO. 0. BARNES. corded their moving accidents by flood and field," 1 thought I bad made a narrow escape and do not now regret that I will not have the pleasure of seeing the "Cow'a Mouth." Theee adventuroua trips lose their charm to him of three score years. Dear mtl to think that I am nearly thatl Out for the failure of the blood to bound at the proposition of a jaunt involving fatigue and riak, I can scarcely conceive it possible. Praise the LORD, I am traveling on to Eldorado though, where lost youth awaits the weary steps of the feeblest age and never to be lost again. We "shunted" packing till the very last moment and left dallghtful "Proa-pec- t Point" in auch a whirl of packing up oJda and ende and stowing them away in Impossible parcels, that even regret at leavlittle mountain home was ing our plea-aquite swamped and swallowed up. Henry Forann took our little "Jacko" clT to Allahabad; a few days before we left a loan only and still to be called "Oar Monkey" when called for, an agreeable fiction that often takes away the allng of parting from a favorite pet. When Marie bid our "little man" good bye she gave him a parting hag and "rubbed nose" with htm. To which mark of aflection the grateful creature responded by tearing a strip from her black Spanish lace ecarf, which he proceeded to chew up as a souWe left him venir of remembrance. munching it as we went ofl to a picnic. When we came back his place was vacant and we were quite "in the dnnipa" to miss his chattetings at meal times, and the crash of hia flying trapeze performances from apring board to lattice screen. The sound ol rattling knlvee and forks set him quite wild, and even when he had more than his greedy ttimacb and capacious pouches to see could hold he was In deep diatre-u eating ao much that tlid him no good. I think I have stea eome of the "survivals not of the fittest," with characteristics wholly unlike Jacko' in this respect and not half ao ludicrous. nt M The sale of the farm of J, Harlan M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, DEALEK8 & STAGG, Stanford, Ky.. TAYLOR BROS HXTST'CaSr'VIIl.XjES. ELYFAMILY GROCERIES OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY well-know- n beg-ger- x PLEASE DON'T FORGET t. 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 Vehicles, including everything from a Board Cart to a Barouche, is always complete, And thai 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 Plows, both riding and walking, And all of which we guarantee at Lowest prices. ' o, Shoea-"wotnto- afm," .... BB.IGHCT HIETCAIaF, CURRAN. rr BRIGHT w Howard died to Bath PERSONAL. 4 eeantyUab week, ased, It is said, 116 yean. 1 m m Mr. Reuiieu Williams went to A farmer named Jocos killed another Lexington f Wednesday. farmer.awllhisjtwo sons near Edgefield, S. . I Robirt White is over from the November 20, IS86 VPPET. Stanford, Ky., I C, Wednesday. . I? kl 8lnte,CeIlegeona visit. The tobacco barnes of Perkins & Bir &r -- Coi, W G. Welch will take in the r -1 ft V -I Xker and J. W. Christman were burned in city of Mt. Vernon W. P. WALTON. in Jessamine, causing heavy losses. In Mr. J. T. Gctorik has gone to hia eendar. home In JJoylo with aalarial fever. The Chief of the Secret Service divispublishes a list of -- .Jim Frankfort Capital -- MRg.aP.SxA.oa went to Nicholas, ion of the' Treasury reports 444 arrests ville Wednesday to visit the family of Mr. the mounts charged by each newspaper DEALER in- -. . during the fiscal year ending June 30 and T. L. Crow. for publishing the act calling a Constituthe capture of $305,580 in counterfeit mon tions! Convention and the figures show in MiwElla Givens, of Lincoln counJ ey. the worst grab that we bare ty, is the guest of Miss Magrie Davis. many cases -nmtjim-'"- l ' ik i At a meeting of tho omml ssioners o known in many a day. Tne total cost of .News. VI en the Eastern Kentucky lunatic asylun a re irarla which of Misses Bettib and Annie Harris the publication was $2,700.39, port was adopted exonerating the medical have gone to Louisville to visit Mrs. Willcoarse amounted to so much tnoney thrown superintendent, Dr. R. C. Chenault, from iam Oldham. away. We are satisfied that some of the the charges recently brought against him. MAJ. HENRY T.STANTON. Mr. Sam M. Wilhite, one of the papers which charged from $40 to $50, R. D. Beckley, a colored messenger nicest boys who would have sold a whole page a month lor ever came to mako StanThe above is a good likeness of Ken- in the National House, who took an active ford his home, is now filling a pisltiou in the same figures if a bargain had have tucky's poet laureate, Maj. Henry T. Stanpart for the democrats In the recent elec- First Nattonol Bank. been driven with them. Patent medicine ton, for the past decade editor of the had the Frankfort Ycman. Ho was born at Alex tions in Virginia, was presented with a GO Dr. J. G. Carpenter received an in'men with electrotype could have fine gold headed cane by Senator elect vitation yesterday to be present at a discussame work done for $5. We charged for andria, Vo., June SOth, 1834, and came Bibb and the democrat ommlttee of Louisa sion of "Stretch of the Solatlc Nerve for the work jut exactly what we wouldcharge with his parents to Maysville, Ky., the county. Sciatica" at the Academy of Medicine in any other customer, $12 60, Tho Advocate same year. His father, Richard H. Stan-to- n, Cincinnati next Monday. charged $25; the Monticello Signal S46.25; is living and is still a clear headed Notes By Our Business Manager. theOweniboro Inquirer $5175 end bo on, practlclnglawyer, retaining to a marked MoNncaXU), Nov. 18. After a rather ADDITIONAL LOCAL. all of which shows that (he Interior degree hid robustness of mind, which so pleasant ride on my "noble steed" in a likewise is distinguished him in earlier life, when Feu persons have an idea of the cost of Journal ia the cheapest aa it gait I reached the above he the best, advertising medium in the State. represented the 9th and 10th districts in place. Circuit Court is in eession and of holding a term of ihe Circuit Court, so we Congress for threo terms. He was subse- course the usual number of lawyers that have procured from Mr. Jas. P. Bailey the Gov. Knott has issued a proclamation quently elected Circuit Judge and as a law follow Circuit Courts are here, The crowd figures for the late thwweeka term. The naming Thursday, the 25, as a day f jr IN ADDITION TO GROCERIES AND on Monday wav, I am told, the largest ever amount paid for jurors was $1,235 7 1; guards thanksgiving, and this reminds ua to say writer and compiler won' distinction. ruOV'WXS.'lIE KKtTi Maj. Stanton received the basis of his teen here, but since that day-i- t has been and witnesses $000; Robert Harding for promised ourselves if New York that we Carson $50; W. E Vsrnon do. Mul-tin- s and Virginia went democratic in this clem education's the fAm6tn eBainarj1 of Rand very email, coining 01 importance nas & Ricbeeon, Maysville. afterwards $25; Judge R. J. Breckinridge 5 days yet taken place. On Monday afternoon attend ocratio year of our Lord, to strictly observe ing 8heIbv,ColIege and the Military Acade- Messrs. R. C. Warren and O. H. Waddle as special judge $35; W.O. Bradley 1 day the text thanksgiving day with feasting. my at West Point. He showed an early announced themselves as candidates by $; Judge Owsley full time $126, making prayer and thanks. For ten years wo hate, speeches. Mr. $C,370 13 or a. total of not less than $2,500 worked harder on thanksgiving days than inclination to litetarr pursuits and'grounded making good, for our forco Is usually Wmstlf thordughly'in rhetoric. Banning Alcorn is announcing himself by a heart including py for sheriff and jailer. In any in the year smaller to get out the paper, 4but this year the study of law before rerching his ma shake of the hand and is making votes by aauuion 10 mo aoove, ine sum 01 joss wss allowed for tho maintenance of harmless we intend to print our Friday's issue Wed- jority he was admitted to the practice in the hundreds. 1856 and became a partner of his father. On Monday I attended county court at lunatics and idiots; to county judge, police day nesday night and take a full, whole holiday. Hurrah for Cleveland, Hill, Lee He continued tho practice till the out- Somerset. The crowd was rather small and judges and magistrate for holding exam i break f the civil war; when he entered the business seemed to be dull. At night I ac ining courts $5S; to sheriff, constables and ' and Reform! Confederate array asGiptain of Co. B., 5th cepted an invitation from Prof. Lewis, who marshals $249.52; to jailer for keeping prisObserving the failure of his comrades Kentucky Infantry, the regiment of Gen. was at Stanford not long since, to attend oners, Ac. $661.30 and to Circuit Clerk . in arms to respond to the call for money to JohnS. $1,865.32, making a total of evWilliam. Afterwards he was his entertainment. He had a good crowd build a monument to the memory of Gen. promoted to adjutant general and served and gave an excellent performance, far su erything allowed against the CommonGrant, the Louisville limes calls upon the under Gens. Williams, Echols, Breckin-ridg- perior to either he gave in Stanford. For wealth this term of $1.118 00. That's the South "against whom he fought only to beMorgan and others. He was 'in the sake of those who do not believe in way the money goes. friend and protect them in the hour of de- nearly all. of the battles of West Vlwinia mesmerism, I will state that he had a young MARRIAGES. feat and sorest need, to put her hand in and East Tennessee, the eeige of Knox- - man so mesmerized that he imagined him her purse and contribute the mosey to ville and others, besides taking part in the self nursing, fishing and swimming, all of C, M.Gilbert and Mifa Fannie John build a pile to the memory of the hero seven days fight around Richmond and at which he did as if he was in his right state . Stone, of the Etet Ead, have obtained whose bosom contained a heart that felt for Drury ' Bluff, nerving at the latter place of mind. licenre to marry. her woes," and is meeting with much sue-ec- upon Gen. Beauregard's staff. A conspicu Mr. Nathan Clarkron, three times a I spent Sunday night night with Mr. The move ought to belt popular one ous act of bravery was the capture By him Soloman near Eubanks, who is one widower, and with an experience of 56 and a hearty response should come from all of the Post Flag at Charleston, W. Va., of the most hospitable men found any- years in woriuiy aumrs, wa marrinl yes quarters of the Sunny South. while the enemy was still in the town, and where. He has a fine farm and is fixed up terday to Mirs Sallie Collins, nearly 20 in first classs style for living comfortably. years his junior. written letter to Ihe Courier-Journa- l, while under a sharp fire. In a well An infant sged 17 and another aged 12 Athe dote of the war, having previous It is strange how the road from Stanford to Mr. J. Wayman, editor of the to Its outbreak formed a 'taste for journal- - Somerset has been neglected. Only a few eloped from Christian county to Tenneee Blackpool, England, limes, now in this section on busxectf, explains the political situ- Ism, while editing the Maysville Express, in years ago it was one of the best country and were married. Their parents should ation in Eogland in a lucid manner. He connection with his law practice, he again roads in the Slate and now in some places nave lain uiem across meir isps and apsought the tripod and as editor of the It is nearly impassible; while in the woods plied the slipper on their return. slates that church disestablishment, land Maysville Bulletin won a high rank for it is frequently almost an impossibility to In August of last rear Miss Rebecca reform and the Irish question are vital the public mind and that journal, ne remained in that position find it at all, so covered with brush and Hunter was wooed and won by one Austin points now animating Peay, while she was visiting at Harrods-bur- g predicts with confidence the triumph of the till 1869, when heas appointed Insurance leaves is it. and one evening they drove over to Oommisiioner in which capacity he served Messrs. G. W. Ringer and M. D. Hardin liberal party at the coming elections. four years and then took a position on the have my thanks for kindness shown me, Lancaster and were married. It afterThe Supreme Court of the United Stales Frankfort Yeoman's staff For eight years and I would advise all who want to be wards turned out that Peay was a scounhas affirmed the decision of a Circuit he has had charge of that paper aa princi- well taken care of and treated nicely to drel with another wife and now the lady Court, which had also been affirmed by the pal editor and is now engaged upon it in stop with Mr. Hardin at ths Hardin flouee, Is seeking n divorce prior to accepting a Court of Appeals of Kentucky declaring that capacity. Considering that it is Is Monticello. Mr. Saml. C. Hardin, of Al- government position at Washington. the power of the railroad commission to sued three times a week except during the bany, also has my thanks for favors done The Biptist church at McKlnney was aseesa the railroads for taxes. The amount sessions of the legislature when neatly decorated yesterday in honor of the me. E C. W. it becomes i.n .iwim let,crd by ou, If you ire involved is about SS0,000. The case went a daily, there would seem but little time marriage of Mr E II. Bryant to Mis trr Tbli you may eo.... fn a ( womb., at ,,ry lllllnai,;, ", tw" OARRARD COUNTY DEPAR7MENT. up on tho motion of the L & N , C. S. and to devote to poetical production, but he lb which occurred at 1 o'cloek. C. & O railroad). bliorllimid IiiKilluic at Loiilwllle, Ky., or NimIitIIIc, Tcim, Two little girls preceded the usheis on oue Lancaster. has found enough spare hours to compose a The assets of Lavel & Palmer, whose aMe and the number It is telegraphed from Washington that ration ofof poems that have won the admi- assignment occured las', week, will amount gie McRoberlslady attendants, Miei Mag- can not Terr and Ruth DcPjuw, and the ai greatly rlurl ratM. If jot """ the public and brought him well couio W ua. of republicans are held in office at hundreds to about $5,500. Liabilities abjut $0,500. contracting parties on the other, and open the request of democratic Congressmen. deserved fame. Hts "Moneyless Man," Wo Can Tench You by .Wall a Tkoroiieli. E!d. J. W. McGarvey will deliver lec ed tho cites to the matrimonial haven. The names of such democrats ought to be published with other poerns in book form, lor urcuUM to IVoffMcr H. A rjnu known so that the blame for the slow man- has gone through a second edition and is tures on the Holy Land at the Christian Arriving at the altar the couples chanced t . imaiiiiiie. Mrnn.. Bwa a4W(aa)fv i sniia... uir, iij.,whlctiTerli tti in on oornenli-o-AJJrtM t ,lhcr ..,.: point t bride-ulec- t were cu. ner in which the rascals .are, being turned still popular. Another book of his, "Jacob church Friday and Saturday ntghti and sides and the groom and madchuband acd wile by E'd. W. B. Brown and Oiher Poems," is also regarded will occupy the pulpit there Sunday. out may be properly located. A special term of the Girrard Circuit Uovu In well choten and becoming words. with great favor by the ioycra of the pure Step motiieks are not generally much and beautitul in poetry. Court has been ordered for the 5:h Monday Immediately afterwaids Mr. and Mrs. Brythought of by the children it becomes their ant were driven to the train which they Maj. Stanton was married to Misa Mattie in this month for tbe trial of the Commonduty to see nfler, but au exception appears Lindeey, of Mt. Sterling, wealth against Wm. and Humphrey Best took for Campbellsville, where the mother in 1856 and she to this as to nearly all other rules. An still Iive3 to make his Three hundred Dwt. 18 K. plain Rings of the groom resides and where a reception South Frankfort Indianapolis bdy loved one so well that home and family of nine children that and 12 new paterns in Diamond Rings' was to have been given them last night. they have eloped, leaving the old man to they have riieed, DEAI.EB !N- very happy, Socially suitable for engagements, wedding and Tbe bride was elegantly attired and looked look around for his fifth wife. toe Jdajor is as genial and as hospitable aa birthday presents. J. C. Thompson, Lan- very lovely indeed. She is a highly educaHomo SUocm, ted and accomplished lady while Mr. Bry- Hitrilurare, GrocerleH, he is mentally and physically bright and caster, Ky. NailiilcH, r If it ia all the same to the Lexington Irou, NnllH, Mr. J. Breck Johnston baa gone to ant is a gentleman of unexceptional habits lueciiHmire, Huggy Whlpti Observer, it will pleiss state where it gets robust, and ho enjjva the good things of IVhcelM, Ktove, Cano MIIIh, HarncM, its Barcei letters. The last seems to have life with a relish that cornea from a well- - Shenandoah, Iowa, where he will be mar- and fine business qualifications. Wo ex NpoltcH, GratcK, spent life. May bis old shadow nevergrow ried next week to Miss Bettie C. Stuart, of tend our warmest congratulations, knowing MIIIh, originally appeared in this paper. Cotom. llllUH, Stoneware, less than now when it reflects the image of that place. He was accompanied by hie that the union can not fail to result in hapCorn Hhel lern, Collars, Mrs. S. H. Neal, of Kentucky, was a 300 pounder. by his brother, Mr. W. M Johnston. piness and contentment to both. elected Pomona by the National Grange Grand opening Dec. 7ih of Diamonds, Oliver Chiliad, Champion Steel and Brinley HOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. D LATHS. Combined Plow0 Wooden am in eession at Boston. Watches, Jewelry, French Marble and Cast and the Celebrated Mayfleld Mrs. Mariah Evans was found dea d a Gold Clocks, Dresden China The report of Lt. Gen. Sheridan shows Tta B00 Mrs. John Hubble, who lived Dear "dutterInfT will have prompt attention. that or noble army is composed of 2,154 Nicholasvllle Tuesday morning. BUk Figures, 021 Paintings and a full Waycesburg, died last Saturday of con- r A woman in Bth countv has dvpn stock of Holiday goods officers and 21,705 men. Positively the sumption. Noah Cbevy was hung by a mob near birth to triplets four times and all are largest stock in Central Ky. I want to see Tho sudden death of Mr. Nicholas D. Norfolk, Va., for outraging and murdering Another Kentucky editor has been civ- - all my friends on Die. 7, 8 and 9 J. C. Laekey between 9 and 10 o'clock Monday a little white girl. He confessed when the en a postofSce, night fell like a pill upon the town. He T. H. Morris at Sheppards-ville- . Thompson, Lancaster, Ky. rope was placed around his neck. This (Thursday) evening at the resi- had been ill of rheumatism and plurisy for tank at By the explosion of a coal-oi- l Judge Durham has decided that Unit-e- d dence of Mr. Tom Moore, in Lower Gar- a month, but bad so far recovered as to be MEHCHAXT TAILOR. Philadelphia Wednesday five persons were States Marshals are entitled to compen rard, his daughter, Miss Ella Moore, will be able to sit up and to permit of hia brother number of others injured. The sation amounting to $6,000 killed and a married to Mr. Wm. 1, Curry, eon of Mr. Sim returning to his home. But he was a year. poor creatures were literally roasted in the stricken with paralysis of the heart and O, P. Huntington has covered Jay T. Currey, of this place. The attendants burning oil. died In less than an hour after the stroke, I baTereeelTfJ and Mill Gould's $5,000 contribution to the Galveston are Miss Maggie Currey and W. J. recelvlnc J. H. Mitchell was elected United fire sufferers. Who Bays rich me have no Misa Georgie Moore and Sam M. conscious of his approaching end and calm States Senator from Oregon with the aid of ROUli? Dancan, The happy couple will be tender- up to the last moment, Mr. Lxckev wan Dsputy Marshal H. W. Rogera was ed a reception at the home of the groom's in bis 14th year and had been a member democratic votes, though he is a determln-e- k Mitchell served Oregon shot at through a window at Harlan C. H. father this evening. wuifimu, mt UOii ln m market, which will be republican. of the Peabyterian church for eight years, one term several years and dangerously wounded by an unknown Miss Ninnie McNnir, of Liberty, Mo,, boldiug tbe omca of deacon for tho last Gotten Up in Btylo and Mako Sooond in the Senate for to Nono m City or Country. assassin. He was an upright, conscientious is the guest of Misa Nellie Hopper. Mr. six. ago. Give Me Trial. Louis David R!el was hanged at BeIhe first game in tbe billiard tourna-me- John Woodcock has returned from Somer- man, tbe hope and stay of his parents, now . at Chicago was played bj Sloseom set. Dr. W 8. Elkin, of Atlanta, Ga , is fast descending the hill of life, and genergins, Noithwest Territory, Monday. He a atom uearteu man, and Vignaux, and won by the former, the visiting relatives here. Mr. Gao, L. Wal-d- en ally liked by all who knew him. His fa met bis fato like speaking calmly and gently to those about score being 600 to 596, has accepted a position as book keeper ther and mother, Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Itia said that the republicans will in the jewelry home of J C. Thompson Lackey, and his brother, Samuel E. Lackhim at the extreme moment, and manifesting neither bravado nor desire to pose as a nominate either Frank Hiecoclc, of New .whoee business h auming such large pro ey, aro the surviving members ol the famiYork, or Reed, of Maino, to voto for or portions as to require more help. Col. ly and in their loss they have the sincere martyr. a very An Illinois family cat caused an ex- against Carlisle for Speaker. Dan Collier is erecting a residence on Lex wuuuuieuuu 01 ine community, -large concourse of friendt listened to the Sundsy at An The eon of old Gov. Wise having been iogton street. plosion of funeral discourse delivered by Rev. A. S burn, which distributed the house and fur- roneu up inn wad and thrown into the ash Rav. II. C. Morrison is conducting a Moffett and followed the remains to their Ian resting place in BufTilo cemetery niture of Mr. Albert Jones over tho sur- barrel, tho soul of John Brown may resume revival In Lexington, Wednesday. rounding country. The cause of the dis- its onward march Chicago News. Craddock went oft" half cocked the othAND The Hall faction, a band of cut throata aster escaped, of course, being found in the RELIGIOUS. er day and wrote to tho LouiHville limn topmoat branches of a tree, h'ty feet away in Piko COUntT. tortured untl m.,rJ...l asking about a charge against Rsy. George Eld. W. A. Gibfoa is conducting a a man named Johnson, bscause. as thn the house. from O. Barnes of forgery, whereupon the limes protected meeting at Somerset. A Full and complete UMiortuient war between Seryin aod Bulgaria charged, he was the spy of ihe rival Jones responded: "No such item ever . !...,.. of appeared Hev. J. A. Bogle will preach at Crab orytI,lnB from A cablegram faction. earnest. the Cheapen! to the Flu is progressing in ParloJ H11HCW. K WO in this or any other pper. Mr. Bsrnea Orchard and Rev. A. S, Moffett nt Him IlCCt! tO ITO In il.n In 1 The ocean steamers Etruria and Alaska .lfl 4 as! "Tho Servian division marching on never has been arrested for any crimo and tonvllle next Sundsy morninir and night. Widdin gave battle to the Balgarians near havejmt concluded a raco across tbe At- never will bt. Ho is incapable of commitme meeting at the Walnut Flat aVi.Jl.V that city and inflicted oa them a crushing lantic. TlieEtrurh won In six dny, nine-tee- n ting crime. He is as honest aa any man church, which is being hold by Roys. Cnld any prices yo can obtain 1f houri, nd hirtv mfntifA we hav7 on hoMi Mdcn flhrand? he I?obe? d(lM T(, ai ' thr ever rallied t earth And thi U well and Patlon, h resulted in two nidi-tf- on a ftill assortment ol CoIHuh, Cii-e- n. I to the Cumbrland Pshylerlan lnK iH tho mxv HWc, lmiii olicnj. ami xwVn"i ' aska came in twelye hours later. The Sirvlana captured 1,000 prisoners. all wo know about tbe matter," T0, W"r" ro church. oppiiHlte tM. Awiph Motel, 1 Mrs. Rhoda nnI , 3?ff SHIEBQEtE&. 4 iar'fv y .. 1. R. WALTON, j 3 fA MAI '' MrS And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. o r g Tin-- , Glass- - well-time- d and Queensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruitg and Confection To- v , e, Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. Slates, Pencils, Pens and Holders, ink, &c. u. , School Supplies: Baskets, Bags, Corner Main and Somerset Sts. is the best place to buy. Well Paid Employment! ! lit In"e. t,, u w. BB' H. HIGGINS -- cmcr Iap Bric-a-bra- c, irS liv-'in- g, H. C. RUPLEY, Kin-nair- NEW GOODS FOK FALL &W1NTBR n- a. a nt KUPLB-y- - nitro-glyceri- ne lib WfiAfiHl, ! Furniture UWDERTAKER. JQealei- in JJ'm'nituye L , .hatouantltycirniialltyyoi, ,llbrc 1 CJtaiilonl, iiy. i 2. v S?"" GOING TO KANSAS! 1t - GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE ! Of . .V'rVi L i T CI s. the Combined Stocks off-- X J -v lAYDM F3F t .1 & LTTLE! JEnXTTTTCtTSr, . i . In order to cloge out our Immense Stock of Dry Goods by January 1st, as we leave then for the "West we offer at retail Twtotj 'i Dollar W OTII 1 -- i. tv Of Dry 'Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Fancy Goods, 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 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 A Masonic lodge will be inaugurated at Caorus cnoirs of ma'e voices have and chamber (eta just ! "Model Gro- McKinney next Monday tiigLt and all the the ftshiouabIe church music in New cery." I wish to sell three small tracts of good Uan)lng There are rix or feTi-Masons in thi nnd adjoining coontiet are York. conuregn-tionEtpmsirain" bourn- - ... Fork Land, on contalnlns IS Acre, one 0O ' Norb ' which will betfin ihtjr firr experiNew prutes, ne raiin, citron, curnntH invited tn be present. acrcx, tne jauer .iun:ouuirauuiu r of bojs' within comfortable Improvements, all rich land ence in mala cbolri,,aoii Ihtaxive Is calculated on lUDJirJ tlni. Bolar nnd spice at A. A. Warren' "Mold Groand separate tracts, Also ISO A crea of No. Fihe ATllAnnoMnuRO. Mr. G. C Kel 1 Land on Mason's Gap, near Htanfoid. All cery." trails Jbnui 50 inlnatM faster vo'ca is iiiiremintj in p pulrri y. N Y of Knobland has been ler, Sr., write that at 3 o'clock yesterday this lately turveyrd and any one Tribni'f wlsblnz to purchase can tee p'at hy calling on me. We are out of the coil trade nnd tho'O moruing a tire broke o it in the lirery o LOCAL NOTICES. Will sell low for cat h or on any reasonable time, indebte! ts uh will please Mil and rettle. with Interest at 0 per cent; of Jutnw A Grabntu, which destroyed Buy jour echool book from Tetany A EtV iDVKGTJSKnKM, A. JI. FCf.AXI). BriRht A Melcalf. the larco stable and its contents, the old Stanford, Kv McAlitler. P. V. I have a number of McltonciiTU A 8ta(i are headquarter Bntcic Two hundred nnd fif.y tboti-an- brto'c smithey tulioining sad other, email for atuunttion. PUllLIC SALIJ TMrieen horite and a dozen for ei!e by building-)hard "nnd Vino Sliortliorn XIuIIm, H P'icM at McRoberta & OF A l Ut'NS " buggiei were burned. The valuable stalHenry llaughmnn. (Yearlings and weanlings) that I ttIU sell low and $ 2.50 to S100. Sups'", from lion, AbdalUh Mueeuger, the property o' Houso and Lot iu Proaohorsvillo. any of my fine females, aged ones stinted to 4th A l'EATCrtE of the musical performance CoMTLrrc Flock of school books and Date of Plalnvlew, a superior animal; or I will Will Dunu, wai saved. Rev. Mr. Cajsohu at the Kink to night will be an Kb Cornet I will sell to the highest bid Jer, before the court exchange for fit hogs. Am overstocked chool mpplin at McKobert. A Slaw:'". lojt his buggy horee, the Adams Expre'B home door In Staotorti on Monday, llco. 7tlt, A. Jt. F. Watch w nnd Jewelry rcpdred on ehort- soIobyJtmcs T. Carson. Let everbody Co. it wagon and horse, Chas. Qeffioger a 1S33, the Home and Lot of about i Acre of Ijn.t Iu I'leacbeiiTlIlc. known ai tbo Benjamin Iloutea and warranted br Pinny A .mcAHh- harit. notice 1. . very tioe horse and buggy and vwiom property. Title goxt and possnslon rItoq Jan. 12 d cash; remainder la G and lrtui "bcv the Haaa Hoc Remedy, the on!-na- l O.vi.Y a few more ctn of Gem Biking othtw were . The buildingi be- montbi on noto with good iccurlty, payable in COMMISSIONER'S and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl Powder left nnd a Singer sewing machine longed to the heirs of E. Pdsimore. J times Link and bearing inter e irom aaie. d SILAS AXVEltSOX. A v ippaii' nil! Ka nivin attvsiw al A 0 A Grahsm' lofa la f 2,500, covered by tock of jewelry, latwt A oomplctk A Valuable Btiaiuegs llousc iu insurance. style. Kockford watches a pecialty. Pen- "Model Grocery." CoiiiiulSHlonor'H Stile HiaiiforcT. ny A McAHMer. See out line of healing stovei, coil valIn his temperance lecture at the ChristLincoln Circuit Court. es, kitchen eels, Ac, before baying. The LOCAL MATTEIS. Thos. W. Mil cr vs J E. Furrt, Ae. Notice of ian church the other night, Eld. Crutcher largest nnd cbenpett lot in town. Briuht eale. LANDS! Pursuant to a Judgment herein at the October said it would be a good idea to put organs FINE FARMING tobicco at Sev- A Metcalf. Fine lino of ciar and term ol this court, the uiderslgoed Com'r will, on so as to keep those in all the bar rooms Oirrard Circuit Court. erance Itroe.'. . Bruce'i The Junction City Herald saya a busi brethren out who wont attend church be- W I llli tu Uruce'a Oavltees, I'JUi , ts. Wra. Helta, Monday, Docombor 7th, 1885, Deft I , and JaoiM H. 15ruc.V DTlef, Jatnf H. Brure'a Heirs. ScvriUNCE Bito.' Kentatirant is open ness bouse rented there for $1,600 a year. cause an organ assists in making melody Plfli . ts. Dftf. i or a judgment of tha Garrard Circuit Bilng County Court day, tetween 11 a. m. and 3 By until midnight. Leaving out a hotel or two, that nmounl At the close of the lecture a resolution was Court virtue rendered la each of tbe above styled caiea at i'. ii., ueiore me court nousadoortn Btaurord, Ky, public auction to tho bidder tbe would bulli nenrly anv house in the com-it- aJopttd denouncing the "licenso system the November term, 1885, tho underlined Matter sell atnew brick business bouse, highest as the Far-rl- s and Freeh bread known Fnran Fish Commluloner of said court will, ou the premlica, large Bamsey haute, and tbe outhouses on same A city. and trafic in alcoholic beversgea ai a sin -- i. Severance Pro. lt, opposite the Ht. Aeapb Hotel, in 8tanford, " W. R. Veacii hnR opened up a family and evil, dishon jring to God, a shame up- On Wednesday, December 16, 1885, Ky,, subject to tbe leaso of Geo. D. Wearen, endwith fire con?ic's ing Feb. 1, 1689, of a room fronting 19 feet on first Biieiufk MENEreEleft grccery nesr the depot nnd respectfully on the church, and a curio to the whole ExpoM to public a alo to the highest and belt bid- Moor and 88 feet on second floor, and his rlgbt-o- f for the pfpllentlarv mtcrday. der, free access to tbs rear lot, but the purchaser of the nnd dejmlng them wholly inconsistent to enUtled crop asks the public to pstron'zj him. Pro- land, The Largo nnd Valuable Farm property frombethe day to tho nntalrom tbeeald New Borshuni molaMea and new . Wearen ol duce taken iu exchange for goods at high- with the teachings of the Scriptures and Bright A Metcalf. sale Is made to satisfy Tbomis W. Miller's The II. Bruce N. 0. Sugar at " the genius of Christianity for any Christian Owned and In tbe posteaslon ol Jamei nuuieuiaie-l- at judgment for 61.800, with 6 per rent, from April est figures. y t toe tlmeot nil aeain, jneianaiiie Currants, herein, and Hento make or vend nlcoholio baverages." It upon tbo turtplie road leadlnc from Lancait r 5, 1833, until paid and bis cos-Seedless and Lv ny A neoro who gave bis name ns J. Danville aid oa Dlx Ktver. They Ho about 3 ry Baughman' judgment forSl,13 21, with C per wna further resolved "That na a church, to lea from Lancaitcr, 8 mllea from Danville and 7 cent, thereon from October 1. 18S3, until paid and Citrons Fi88. A;., at T. It Walton'a in was caught stealing a pair of shots his eosts herein, and R. Judgment for now committed to said sentiment, in our mllM troruS auford and on pikes leading to each SI. 001 S3, with 6 per cent,Wllllaoii' Irom Feb. 1st, thereon of theee towns. Tbe landa aie In a high state ot We will from now until the first sell you In the store of S. L. Powers A Cj. Tuesday church work, we will not tolerate cultivation, are clean Irom brush and undrgrowth 1835, until paid andC his costs, aud a further Judgand see us. night and held in $50 for petit larceny. He future coods at bottom figures. Call bo ment for S721, with per cent, from June IS, 1681, and are under good lenclne. nny course inconsistent and not in harmony ottered in the lollowlna order: 'ibe landa will until paid, and the Danville Planing Mill Co.'a went to jail. Bright A Met calf. No 1, containing 333 Acres and 28 roles Judgment for 1370 28, with 0 per rent, thereon Tract with said resolution." On this tract Is situated the dwelling houie and irom the 8th aay of March, 1831, ustil paid, subT. Brafiord hi" AT Woodbine Jamt A. T. NUNi.ELi.EV h&i .moved bis stock outbulldlngi connecteJ therewith, same occupied ject to credits of 150, paid Au(ust2), 1831, and Diugh-ert- y by James 11. Bruce at the time of bis death. This (SO paid March 20, 1838, and its costs herein. postmaster and Milton F nf harntsi to the room formerly occupied OtriKO to tho fact that Coroner been appointed Possession to be glvea to the purchaser tbe 1st In land nnd the improvements on It are Hnt-eliday of January, lSsfi. Uvea aome distance from town and utMT rpinoM by Dr J. F. Peyton over h'a Livery StaGarrard at Klchardon. . HU n LUUMtUlU, 9?lt i.rM nml 9A n. Tehus. Credit of C. 13 and 18 months, In equal ir&CI v.. ,, Mnt.lnlni. .IU I..II H.O . Poles, Bond required with approved secuJ mllnlnlnir GotoJ.T. UarrUfor Hfrht bread and ble, which be will sell at cost for cam "for whs not at home when summoned to hold lU.Cojic, J. F.Tract No. 1. adjoins tho lands oftbe Installments. tbe effct of Judgments and bearing rity, having b. Robinson nnd Ilobioson, J. the inquest on Mr. Richardson Watts, kill V. bread, rye bread and all the next sixty days. interest from day of sale. roll", Graham Land. !'. O. IVEM'lt, A N, while crossing Bland No. 3 contains 118 Acres and 18 Poles, lies Master Cox'r Lincoln Circuit Court. 7Mt Tract kinds of cakes and pies, fresh baked every The colored people held a convention ed by a train on the L.he Nos laud 2, above mentioned, did not arrive un- adjoining Tracis Bourne, aud on Sleet's Branch. day. inat evening to appoint delegate to tbo State the Roche iter trestle, also adjoining Mrs. The three above tracta contain na u whola 742 by note on ac- Cjnvtntion to bo held at Lexington on the til the next morning, when a jury wna indebted to mo Acres 1 flood and 30 Poles, nod will bo ottered Ut Peiuonb settling nt 20:h. G. W. Craig wa elected Chairman aworn. It waa proved that Mr. Watta bad sale in three separate ttacts. as men'lonod, then as count will confer a fnvor by a wholo and tbe bid accepted that will realise the a, habit of using the trestle and when d most for the whole tract. And li the land to cln-- e up my buitncs?. J. nnd H. P. Phillip', Secretniy, Resolutions mide once ns I ish M, G. Nevlue, that it wan by Win. llruco to James 11. Bruce, Ac. Also wen adopted endorsing tha sentiuent cf warned by Mr. foilowiug lands: W. Ihyden. exceedingly dangerous for a man as old na tbe Tract contalnl"g 11 Atr 8 Hoods and 31 lit. each the call for n convention to further the Irom the Intehest In the R'nk grown with besidea to do so, replied, Poles, conveyed to J. II. Bruce tbe William Bland Bruco civil rights of the colored people and ap he and crippled heirs uLd idjolnsTra-- No. 2 of There la na planlght'n entertainment. 'There's no danger. They'll atop when lands. 13 Acres 3 Uoods and 21 Go proving that bulwark of American liberty, 2d. Tract containing nter way to spend an hour or two. they see me." Asaistant Master of Transporta-tlon,SmitDS1LKRS IK Toles, conveyed to J. II. Bruco by Blackerby's the right of petition to the piwers for Bnd be happv. heirs and adjoins Tract No. 1 of tin William Brure Irwin, had nn engine in readiness of grievances. That the colored peoAcre, conveye I to J. II. Drugs, Books. Stationery and 3d. PAnriE! twine the late firm of Blight ple are unlawfully kept from serving on to prove to the jury that it waa a phjBical Bruce Trsct eontalnlng aujolns Tract No. 3 of tbe by K. Byera aud Fancy Articles. been civen due notice to jur!o; that it is the duty of the State to impossibility for the engineer to have stopWui. Biucehudc. A Curran have These three tracts of land w.ll be oflered nnd settle. Now come and scttlo or build nnd maintain a University for the ped bifore striking the old gentleman. Toe bid received that P come then as a whole, and the Amrjsttriill titl (matt rtArwln4 tini afifiiiiiTl busineep, lroilUs tbe most for them. Also put It in ebnpo so we cn close our cooed people; that Hon. P, F. Bobbin be curve !a tharp and the smoke stack of the wiTkihs. The sales will be made on a credit of 6, immediately. Bright execute 12 months, for it must b clo4ed requited to present a bill to the legislature engine prevents a view of over 50 yards lor and 18 amo nls.tlio purchaser ts security, bjnds paya with approved when It la North bound. Capt. E. T. ble equal A Cu'ran. ! Com'r, bearing 8 per out. per annum trum for compulsory edttcitiot; that they hearthe saw Mr. Watta diy ol sale until paid, having tho force and effect Rochester testified that Yates, ily endorse Ibe Blair bill nnd that s Wr. are indeb'ed to Dr. L. R. ota judgment on which execution u.nv Issue alter The Largest Stook of 'Wr.tohes, Olocke enmaturity. A Hen rttalned ou tho land. shall not abridge or curtail their quicken hla pace when he observed the seller, Hiawatha, Kan-b-- u, druggist nnd book Ml. V. KAVFVJIAX. Jewelry and Silverware gine, but showed nojf attempt to atop It Master Com'r Uarrard Circuit Court. a noAtly bound volume of "Poema rights on account of color. Messrs. Cowan, for mentioned Pereons desiring to seo the crcditablo pro-- . Lewi?, Gentry, Phillip, Ltckey, Hamlin, The jury found averdict that the accident lands or plot and survey ol name,almewishing any Kvcr bought to this mniket Prices Lower than or of the PrairlM," the very K- the Watra... v.vika ju.U HutchfT, item. .Me.uslian, (.arpenter anil win unavoidable and that no blame csn jn'trm iita la re,rd .. . -,, palu-- en sbott notlco itnd Warrantekl. '"n.. niuniv Iidr.. Klieu i Stunrt were ttppointtd dalegitos. (7Std) dUCtion oi i lVinejuier, Ky diessW.J Ljnliaui, attach to the railroad or id employees. PMtuer AUcrton. l.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. . New t i, dinner be-o- Mail train toln North ' South ........ M r. m. .11 so r. . ,.. i w A. M. . 2 OJ JuM. .. l rewired at A. A. Warren' FOR SATiE iju FARM FOR SALE easy. 73-- ! n tlit-c'"'i- ltl - Al,KX. tltn.Tsnrt ir .UMun m s'n-b'.- well-burne- 7J-l- m !'' 33" BUILDERS ATTENTION I Keep constantly on band uroased flooring, cenine -- ItltlGJIT " A JIETCAZF. FOE SALE0E RENT. -- MV UOD8E A.NO LOT- On DanTllIe Avenue, In Stanford. Tbe house contains 7 rooms, cellar and porch. Lot wou imp,0v-e- one-thir- eufl-sreM- SALE 75-t- SI,-S0- stablo with C stall., buggy house, wagon shed, coal and smoke bouses aod a eI all new and In goodroiair. Enquire on cistern, ! 58'1 Jt. d, J. JIIGOIXS. DR. G. W. BRONAUGH Has REMOVED bis office to that of Jude Philip on Lancaster street, opposite the Coutt-HousBoarding at Philip Nunnelley's, on same street. He may te found at his office or rooms at .11 hourt except when professionally absent. u FOR SALE, A DesirableResideme Rlin, s On Danville street, in Stanford. Tbe lot contains two acres nnd has on it a comfortable dwelline corn crib, a splendid cistern' stable, wood-hous- e, and a laige number of fruit and ornamental trees This Is one of the most desirable residences In tbo place. Tor terms and further particulars, applr to M-lJOUX .11. VniLlVH, Stanford. CaI-Icw- DB. W. B. JPBIINY, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Office on Lancaster street, rext door to iMtav ejor Journal office. Office hours trora 8 to 12 A. u. and 1 to 8 r. M. Anesthetics administered whea necessary. llSl-lyr- Dontlst. .l si Office South aldo Main Street, two doors abeve t eiOnOEOh' DENTIHT, KY, BTANFORD, IiBB nnPFMAN. the Myers Hotel: Pure Nitrous Oxide Oas administered quired. wnn re- devl-see- WmmriWMlkfoK PHARMACISTS, ouic "crvl " h u sepi-ratel- (a!SfeSW M&32B&SS&&! L'vrsn? llll01""Tt -- Vi AaVHIaSBMteV JEWELERS. nSa t, fl riil-road- !)., i'.i-.h- -..- j, ll.i'l" Iwt. Jelr LAND, STOCK AND CROP CaXMIUTES. averag-iig A.-X- " Frank Raut DANHLLE, BOYLE COUNT sold a lot of hogs t 300 pounds to Mike owt. Elkin at, $3.50 iptr Happiness results from that true contentment which Indicates perfect health of body and mind. You may possess It, If you will purify and lnvlgoroto your blood with Aycr's Sam-parlllK. M. Howard, Newport, N. II., writes : I suffered for years with Scrof-ulou- s humors. After using two bottles of Aycr's Sarsaparllla, I a. E. tb Democratic 1. KENNEOY Masonlieimcr's Restaurant OfPOHTX CooaT-IIousi FO COUONO - nnu uki US FARM FOR SALEt The lands of the late Senator J. H. W. T. SAUNDERS and aggrega Bruce, consisting of six tracts nhlfJrJoriM,iM V,VmJat.!3fi ol Candidate Ii a Democracy. lor Jailer, lubject to the action ol JJ'if?hIIM.',.,.,i.mllMulhSf Hu'tonTltle. One In ting over 800 acres, are adyertlscd in this the Mlddleburg pike. Tne firm U In a good state uf cultivation, under good feuca and one issue to be sold Dec. lG.b. or the beet watered r arms In Llnco n county. TUX. XT !E3 T. M. PENNINGTON Cattle are steady in Louisville at 1 to Improvement consist of a neat cottsje housa The of 5 ! f urn Tti i ,ihrl frm s tr. r( rooms, a splendid cittern at thedoir. ood eta iiat.i. tr ii iUm ih. mil) iir.tiDi a th, Smithari SittM. sub- firm with bulk of sales at 4J Hoes are Candidate for County Clerk ol Lincoln, ! and all necessary outhouses. If early application iUIM k InuUtllt f lltotkfcl blln.lf.1. Ifc.l Imum ol the Democracy. Is made, will sell at a barfisln. II uot ect to the action s4 silma- I !...! ih. v.r.rl'JM "' '"f """"'ss 3.45; prices running from 3 to 3J. Sheep sjn, !. ,br,w iiiiiMNawbiinlimiiiil will rent said Farm lor liii. j W, .M1 even and lambs remain at same figures. ... ... .u. . " tkl !,BflfttlM ! Ih. m.tlala (O.n. mt ,h, k.4llf BUI J. ii. im 1XOK, llmtonrllle. O. HANSFORD JUDGE W. .... n- .. mill f tli a Caaaoaaa Raaiot H. F. Judy bought of John A. Judy well. v.uti ih. liniiuii i,msr n. Ctaiha. Crtas. tat Vhv,t,,, CartaalLaaiaiatiUa. 1,4 M Attorney It a Candidate for Oonnty Democracy. ot Lincoln, 25 extra feeding cattle, weight 1,235 at SI -rSi'l,M.IMii.,, aar Irattln frr It, Mina Annie Black, for a year past a subject to the aetlon of the eMt$I. WALTER A.TATLOR.AiL(. rrlra. n. 8. A. teacher of the D. & D. Institute, has been 25 per cwt. B. H. Jones sold to t'a na aiansaa HITSLIIUBRY without It. As a liver medicine and "i "'"" im.i. fsisa.f of the Rhode Island Southerland 4 000 bushels of corn at 30 T. IV. TARNON 2 Dressed Pine Flooring, (Jelling, Weather .r;;."""'7 JUDGE !'! airsr aaissiaisraiMSi appointed principal general purifier of tho blood, It has no ii, i ii Win 8tation. WotMorsaleby Dr. M. L. noURXE, Stanford. Boards, Finishing Lumber, Green to tneotSceofCoun Institute of the same character, and left ctnts delivered at Rsnick equal." Mrs. A. B. Allen, Wintcrnock. Isadndlditefot ma for that 8tate on Wednesday. She is to be Chester Demccrat. Lumber in the Bough, inoluding Va., writes: "My youngest child, two ty Judge, lutiject to tue action oi Georgetown Court. About 350 cattle of Philade-phi- a. years of age, was taken with Bowel Comsucceeded here by Miw Yost Laths and Shingles. SWOPE ZZ2 on sale and prices ranging from $3 85 to plaint, which wo could not cure. "Wo tried For the convenience of our cuitomers In Hun. brought from $21 many remedies, but ho coutluued to grow iTaCa-dlda'for County Clerk of L'ncoln, iubject ford and vlclnltr we have srrt..l with j.... Mr. J. H. Belk, of Junction City, and $4 25 per cwt. Yearlings . HVtirrii to keep on his yards an aisortment worse, and finally became so reduced In to the action of the Democracy. to $30 per head, and calves trom $17 to Miea Biefert were married on Wednesday of our Lumber, where they can tat it as cheap as and flesh that wo could only more him upon on the market iromustiireci, lie win also make estimates for at the residence of the bride's mother, 365 $21.50. But few muled any bills not on hanJi. which we will till on short GEORGE H. COOPER. a pillow. It was sugycited by one of the hogs wern notice. street, Cincinnati. The ceremo- sales low. 8ome sales of fat Sycamore MKLl'IX A, ha flu. doctors that Scrofula might bo the cause Is a candldst for Cou jty Clerk of Lincoln, subject Uly, Ky. ny was performed by Rev. H. Ersenlohn, made at $3 10. action of the I emocratlc psrty. of tho trouble. Wo procured a bottle of to the A Louisville fruit dealer received this 12th and Elm pastor of Lutherian church, PIANOS, OKGANS, MUSIC, Ac cases of week a consignment of eighty-fiv- e JAMES P. BAILEY streets. grapes, sixty nve cases oi pomegranates We are agents for the O'Fallon and other racers belonging to John Isa candidate for Circuit Clerk, subject to the ac. Church Co., of Cincinnati, old and reliable of which is the Ohio, for the sale tlon ol the democratic party. the late John L. 8peaw, were transferred and 3,000 pounds of chestnuts Organs, Automatic Musical Instruments tod made by Musical Merchandise In Lincoln an, I ll,n...l by that gentleman before his death to Mr. first importation of the kind ever fountlea, kentucky. .Woilfifty Vnumrntn T.D.NEWIiAXD McDonald. The transfer will en. Louisville parties, being intended simply recelc4 until paid for. Ttt best ttandartl Bruce Malags, and commenced giving It to him. It surely Is a candidate tor BherlB of Lincoln county. sub- - makera: Wm. KnsbeA Co., Hsisllon Bros., able the colts to take part in the Spring as a trial. They came direct from Decker A Son, Krerett and New Kniland n anos. worked wonders, for, In a short time, he Ject to the acttonof the democracy. J. 0TTENHEIMER, Spain, in 21 days. eiiner upright or square. InOreans. the follow. Derbies which could not have been done Ing was completely cured." mskers: Clougli A Warren, John An Ohio pork raiser has made a tet Church A Co, sn J the Sterling, with tb patent been made. had it not Crab Orohard, Ky W. Im DAWSON Sold by all Druggists. feeding corn to hogs Cim ltrllm Attnchtnrtit. Musical InAn infant child of Mr. A. Lincberry as to the manner of The Automstle County, tub-Je- strument, tee most perfect In 1'rico $1; Six bottles, S. Is a candidate for Jailer ol Lincoln the world. died Tuesday of brain trouble. Daring A bushel of corn fed from the cob made Illustrated cataJoguei tent free to all who apply, totbs action of the Demxratlo rarty. MISSISSIPPI W also the best references from those who hare Utile sufferer mauy la- nine piunds of pork. The same quantity Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer .t Co., Lowell, the sickness of the boujht and trie! any oftheabore musical InstruMass., U. S. A. ne uirecl Route lo unacquainted with the family, were ground and fed raw made twelve pounds of OWENS dies, ments. Address us at Stanford, Ky SAM. M. '7-- J county, s. it. .V ,. J, coon. The fa- - park. A bushel of corn boiled made thir unremitting in their attentions Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln patty. Democratic t the action of the by Rev. E teen and a half pounds of pork and & bush neral services were conducted and a half Northwest and Southwest by the way of M. Green, of the First Presbyterian church. el of meal cooked made sixteen D. It. OAHPENTEH pounds. JLOPISY1JLLE or Cl.CIaIVATI. Mr J. T. Bsiley, of the West E.d, is as County Attorney, Is a Candldite for Mr J. M. Hutcfiason, former ol this the latest candidate for the democratic subject to the action of the Democratic r"r- Lesrlng Chattanooga lor All county, who succeeded Mr. Q. W. Alford, Clnannslt mak. nomination for Sheriff. Mr. Biiley U a direct eonnectlon at Ihoso points with the Hi ht. at his death, In the livery and sale business E. H. BURNSIDE, nine tapross on the Ohio A Mississippi for t JAMES W. ALCORN nephew of Hon. M. J. Durham, has served IS WARRANTED to euro Fcut nnd Louis and all points West. at Montgomery, Ala., and has since brught Ague, Intermittent or Chill Kovcr, lto Is a Candidate for Circuit Jude In the 8th Dls- two terms aa deputy sheriff and will make n'7 If) 1XUUI O natl totna Louts, Uioi or Clneln-A- y the "Stables," writes: "My facilities for raittcnt Fever, Dumb Ague, Uillous Fever. of the Democracy. trlct, surj jet to the action This Old Woll - Known Quicker than .any other line,.IouIstIU two hours a good officer if elected. Mr. R. L Sitter, si. Dengue (or " Urcak-bou- o " Fever), Liver handling fine stock have been greatly instring our passeogsr Hotol Maintains Complaint, and all diseases arising from e for tneaU and first choice of seats present iccambent, is his opponent for the in trains winter will creased, and the demand this Malarial iwlsous. 11. C. WARREN High nomination. be mainly for that class. I keep a C.L. of AND to the offieoot Com"Harpers, S. C, July 9, ISSJf. Is a Candidate lor MfJ. A. P, Litimer and son, of EmiQuioker JZfoU . 16 hand mules constantly at work in my monwealth's Attorney ol the Democracy. Proprietor is Determined that "For eighteen months suf trlct, subject to the action of theBth JudlcUl Dls Its 8 is visiting her sister. Mr. J. H. nence, dray line, and the present out look for the it hall be riecond to no Country erccl with ChUls Stodghill, Miss Nannie McNsir, Mr. Hotel in the State in its Fare, The Iwving Chills every and Fever, winter is exceedingly promising. cousin, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. other day. WADDLE O. Appointments, or Attengreat boom in building has hardly reached Always makes-F- ast After trying various remedies Is a Candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney of tion to Comfort of Mattie Hopper, at Lancaster. Mr. Speed its height, and the improvements going on recommended to cure, of their Quests. Dlr'tlct, subject to the action S. Fry, Jr., will take the place of I. H. used a the 6th Judicial pariy. Timo Con now are of a larger kind than heretofore; two bottle of Aycr's Ague Cure, and the Democratic Stodghill as clerk for Louis Cohen, when water-wornew two Btreet railways, wlllsseoarersd te and from the de have never since had a chill. With alt Lines at free of charm. Npeelal aeeonmodatl one Mr.S. goes "on the road" in a few weeks. to Commercial Trareleri. The liar will county jiil, extension to the Capitol, etc." St. Lonis and Intermedial points EDWLX HARPER." alwajs sipplled with the choicest The Columbus Baggy Company, which Mr. Hutchason is a reliable and straightbreads of Liquors aid Claari. ritEiunED BY is head and shoulders above any other sim- forward dealer and consignment of stock to No No Oiuiiii,KXrau-fer- . Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., LoweU, Maaa. affections of the people in ilar firms in the 2 ST 2 55 o- fbe to safer hands. him cculd not When needing any thing In the line Sold by all Druggists. this prt of Kentucky, has presented to Mr. - BAnaak4l vyuuci.il. ui mijf in Hi o .3 Lou It, B SOUTH FORK, LINCOLN C0UN7 1. M. C. Thurmtn, their Danville agent, a Wall Paper Decorations, Paints, oils uih5i.l,0,,,,,M 6J8 aai A fl rt fTt J J M A1a uiass, uuu V anilines, winuow splendid picture, handsomely framed of A wedding is on hands this week a wrV.JtV:?,0'?''!!0 ! call on or Painters' Baurjlies Gener"Columbus presenting to tne King and kind of summer and autumnal union but & lndr!i,I1,nJ.IUbJ"laformi"ot i In regard to ally, Qieen of Spain trophies secured in the we forbear to report names yet. State, .(apt iuld.. e 9 and li That -" .. ... points west call on New World 1492 " . ,, .a.eisaddress Bogle has passed Superintendent w. w or A. E. Gibbons, 3d St., DnnvlIIo, Henry Borhman, a young man whose through should be your crowning glory. Aycr's our section aeveral times lately on Tsisenger Ag't Ohio AMlMlMtpnfullw.y. has a full, fresh and brand people lire In Louisville, fell from the official business. Although the years are Hair Vigor will restore tho vitality and Vear thestock ol all the abore goods, which he uarrodttiurf, 1 new W i, W. W.PEAnOD-- . W. B. house of Mr. Sandidge, in Lincoln county. silently creeping upon him, yet wind nor color of youth to hair that has becomo to dispose ui v iu proposes ITf,.'nJ"i,IMan,gr. lUa'1 AH T .'n Wednesday, while at work putting on a C W on thin and faded ; and, where tho glands aro weather seems to deter him from his du - MS41t JUlO s z gs h 8 tin roof and was severely injured. The ties. If Kentucky had a live chief in not decayed or absorbed, will cause a new the eilj'; growth on bald heads. That can be male outside or Inside you can end fall was 22 teet. He is attended by Dr. Z. '2. ? C B . every county in the State, with proper cotaaal Deallnir exclusively In the aboxe line, lliC J'outljful coor anJ Tlffor well up to Fayetts Djnlap and is dolrg ? rv S a '4 P iH .t hiaatnrcm better assortment to select irom at 1YTAV KENTUCKY CENTRAL fi. operation, the cause of popular education the hair bo preserved to old moresstlsfactory prices than elsewhere. M of Mr. Borhman is in the employ of present. would be ever onward and upward. age? Read the following, from Mrs. G. "IsIltC-OrKH- H Mixed Paints and Pino J. M. Hickoey, dealer in stove, tinware, Koutc." Norton, Somervllle, Mass. : " I have med Window Glass, Business is becoming somewhat dull in Varnishes a Specialty. t Shortest and Qalokest Route from Oen Aycr's Ilalr Vigor for tho past 30 years; this section and times a little pinching . ...i riMi.tara' Panr romtantlT on hand. rWr. Warren A. Rassel has in training tralKentnokyto all PoinU North, and, although I am upwards of CO, my A trial U solicited and "llslactlon Is sure to The opening of the C. S. IS R. called a Last, West and Southwest. two promising yearlings that bid fair to Is as abundant and glossy hair t. Jv. Oaflf'.!", y as good deal of machinery to this section and Thlnl Btreet, DanTllle. Ky. Fast Line Between C2.t when I was 25." distinguish themselves. Oae is Fmnie I L 5 I p f a consequently laborers. Timber is playing LEXINGTON at CINCINNATI assured, that a trial of Aycr's Hair Green by GreeaGsld, dam the dam of W p td s 6 3 $ out, we have a surplus ' population on ocnwuie in ECect Oct. 11, issj. DA Vigor will convlnco you of Its Ach'ahmiller, the other by Cuyler, dam hand and our productire farming land is powers. Mrs. M. E. Goff, Leadvllle, Col., . f. N5. i L.dy Gregory. Both can trot quarters in KoTIT" .'Ha Hot7TU.BocD. ' limited. With a superabundant acorn and writes: "Two years ago, my hair having 45 seconds aid b)th will ba entered in val ""' Dally Ex. Hun. JEalmost entirely fallen out, I commenced chestnut crop, however, we expect to get M V, CO Surgeon, Physician O uable stakes in January for 2, 3 and 4 year-oldCO the ttso of Aycr's Hair Visor. Baaa v ? mv our little ones through the winter all right. anl will participate in the fall races. hair Is 20 Inches long, flue, strong, and g J ? O The grand event of the week has been s John Larry, an Irishman by birth and the advent among us healthy." of a female preacher, - & 5 Office at Central Hotel, Danville, Ky. & bridge carpenter by trade, went to sleep oa C S" Z in the person of the P.zv. Mrs. Josie Colo trnScne0f (he track of tne L & N. near Shelby City 5" ? H lins, of Franklin, Ind,, who arrived on the Aycr's Hair Vigor, the hair regains Its on Saturday night when No. 27 freight pn r, ? ? ? mill FlHtula Perfectly Lanca.ter , 5 IS pm1 accommodation train Monday evening; and youthful color and vitality. Itev. II. P. Plica " ltowi.nd " m a m p mi.:::::::::"-- 1 S Cured. O train coming South knocked him off and " altinugh but two or tbre hours notice was Williamson, Davidson College, Mecklen" Lre. itlchmoud , a oi n m i. - c vT fractured his skull bully. The operation a"-- roi :::::::: burg Co., N. c, writes: "I have used 3 iw given a crowded hUfo greeted her at LjjLoo'I , known as trepanning was performed by Aycr's Hair Vigor for the last ten years. No Knifo, Ligaturo or Cnustio Smith's pchool'houae at night and again Ds. Hunn, Cirtwright and McClure, but Tuesday morning. Curiosity, perhaps atIt Is an excellent preservative." T Hotrn-BouKTJaod. No.Jl j No. 3 No. i without much hope of savirg the wounded the use of Ayer's Hair Vigor, Geo. tracted some, but none regretteti attendance O man's life. He was still alive at last ac- We found A. Dadman, Waterloo, Mo., hail Lre. Llrlngston no strong minded masculine, i Oi) am' his hair restored to Its orlglual healthy Treatment Mild. " No Detention rrom count. .,10 K woman, but an unassuming female one Arr. Ulcbiuond condition. .u tinam,. ' ml. Ho wai nearly bald, and very 5nsine8s, Lre, Itowlaud MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. and a devoted worker. Her complexion 7rram"7 gray. He writes: "Only four bottles of Lsncaiter . . "...."" was brunette and features.in a elate of rest, .?"?B,U" Arr. Itlehmnn.l the Vigor were required to restore my 11 00 Managed by J no, B. Fish. Lve. Itlcbmond .,., had an intellectual but pensive cast, but Xo hair to its j outhf ul color and quantlly." 6 Oi a m 1 -- 5 p Cure Certain nud L'crmaiteut. C. W. Adams has returned from a Arr. Winchester.. 7 0J am' 1 2S while addressing the audience every lineaam! Vigor cures dM-- u Arr Paris, Cure, Xo Pay. 8 (8 a m lengthy visit to relatives at Stewsrtville, nQTNYl cases 3 nm OJ-- ll ment scorned to assist her organs of speech Lve. Islington of the scalp. F. II. 7 ii a mi i to p Mo. id t jo pm -- .re Foster, rrlnccton, Ind., writes: "I had a 20 a ui 8 30 n She claimed a moderate mi 5 -- O nm " Rsv. Johns, of the Methodist church, ia expression. 8 53am 3 been troubled for years with a dlcae of to Chron53. .u'S 81pm " ralmouth. Special Attention also Given ni' S87pm ,?" will preach at this place Saturday night, education, but her faultless diction end the scalp; my head was covered with dan- 4Ir ri. ic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, pure pronunciation told otherwise. She Suaday and Sunday night. uruii, nnu uie Hair dry and harsh. Ayer's MAYNVII-L- K IlKANIjiir We learn this morning that another took no special text but read a portion of a Hair Vigor gave me Immediate relief, As well as all Diseases peculiar to Women. chapter each time, upon which she founded cleansed tho scalp, and rendered the hair aTTTKoT &T- free change has been made in night operators at Charges moderate .Dr. N. can be consulted Dally Ually her discourse and went right into the sub soft and pliable." will be found at his office at all of rharge and this place. B P. Martin has been retired iE. Bun.lEx. oua. times tr the next three uicntbs. Is nature'sjown remedy, made from roots gathered ject without any formal headings or divisLve Covln-lo- n and Kite Evans given his place For what By permission he refors to the following gentIrom the forests of Ueorif Is. The method by rblch 2 00 p m ions. She adorned her thoughts with many i?,us;ton lemen.-J. 8. Bosley, O, A. Uckey, 8. Irwin, i 20 pm Is cause the chance has been made we have " Pari d from the W. 8 20 a tii 5 55 pm Stanford, Ky.; Jude O. F. Lee, Tom Murphy,Dan- It made was obtained by a fine figures of rhetoric, urging her hearers Creclc Indians who'.lnhatlted a certain portion of ArrJlIUersliurg V. Temple, John M. Spoonamore, blm Cook, been unable to Gal out. 8 17 a m, U pm ritU'AItED BY " Carlisle..."..": V C8 a mi 0 Tllle, Ky.j Hot. J. A. Boglo, lluitoriTlllo: H. O. Georgia, which was communicated to one of the 10 p iu " Johetni Thursday morning last as the section (o build upon the rock, Jesus, and not upen Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, H 08 a ml 7 07 p m Sutton, J. 8. Iloblnson, Uncaster. hy,; Thos. . early settlers, Mass,, rj. S. A. " Myvllle the sand, No person could listen to her aud.thus the formula bci been hand Walker, C. C. Chrlsman. KlrksTllIo, ky.: J. 8. 10 00 a in 7 60 pm msn wars going out t3 their work, the car For sale by all Druggists. Johnson, BryantsTllle. Ky.j J. P. Daniel, McKIn-ne- s, ed down to the present day, Tho above cut rep without being convinced that she was an No. S." Ky.; O. J. Bosley, Lebanon, Ky., Ueo. Iw-l- resents the method of manufacture twenty years wheels s'ruck a rock, which was between NoT84 owlln Dally CampbellsTllle, Ky.; A. A. McGlnnli, Dally the raits at the lower ead of the switch, earnest, sincere worker for the benefit of her Kx. Sun Ex. Sun Judge J. W. Hughes, ajo, tiy Mr. C. T. Swift, one of the prcrent propria Oreen, Ky.; Oeo. Bohon, . .... un .. fellow beings, and not a man, woman or oeen grauuauy increasing Lve 2Isyavilie Uarrodiburg, Ji.y.; u. v. snumato, aicaiue, a--j in, and John Lunceloru, one ol tne men, was Iuiuia. a 8100,000 laboratory Is now necessary tosup. Slliiu 8 ss p m child of whatever denomination present, Johnson C Ul a m thrown from the cir, which passed over Carlisle ply the trade. A foreign demand lias been created a in Cmi lie Cureil. but left with a kindly feeling towards her. " Mlllersburg I.. ..... is a m s ..1 p m his body, cutting ssveral bad gaihes in his and enlarged facilities will bo necessary to meet It. Arr P--rl pm I iS a ml si is7 p m We bespesk a welcome reception wherever .....i ..... 2 ' Lextn.ton . Tbcie Is perhaps no lin-aiso prevalent as Dys This great head and back. 11a was dragged 12 or 15 9 10a ml 8 10 pm pepsla or Imlltieatlon, and one, too, tint up to the " Covlrmton she may go, :)""" '.T in 8 41 n m feet bifore the car could bj stopped. He present tlmo tins battled the ski I of I lie most oral- Vegetable Blood Purifier Two. thirds of the Notk. Trains 3 and t aro dallr between vein" brought back to town and Dr. J J, -- Mr. JT C. HigginB, of Jacksonville, nert nliyslciaiif. O'UIn in Uysprinla. chronic was have their The sjriup. Brown dressed his wounds, which be pro- Flu., is 0 feet 4 inches high, weighs 415 tomaarolosiof nppotlte.loti of flesh, n feeling of " uiuuhuj except Sunday. fullness or weight In the stomach, (ccaalnnal nu Direct conn. ctlons aro made at pound and has a bead or a hat exprfsMy rcaor vomltlug, nHcllty, thtulencc, dull puln In nounced danierous though not fatal Chtaaneake A Ohio for A.hlTi l H Cuncor, Culnrrli, ycroruln, tho be d. with a seusitlun of brnvln or i;l,!,ll. Ul Huati'tKtoD, Cbarlesto,,, Jit. V... erl n W. and A great revival is In progress at the made for him at Camden, N. J,, which nest ity of hiwi'U, low spirits, sleepless t. of cers, IMieitiiiutlsiii, Illoocl Taint, hurts and many sorts of ails icmnejs, and not 0 utrs- rsnuT aKiii, ueruuKeuiHui oiheart. Cumberland Preibyterlan church, Prince- measures 32$ inches in clrcutnferance linlnqtiently palpitation if the BTrW.b'VulKaVM man and beast need a cooling IUrcdUary or otherwise, without the use ol Mer If j cm aro sutlirlii), with any of these ayiuptoms ton, ia which all denominations are joialcg, coune it is a good head for buelnprs, es cury or roiaau. lotion. Mustang Liniment. conducting the meet-la- pectally the show butinesa, Her. R. G. Pearson is Ilooks on "Contagious Hlool Poison" and "Illcod .it.',,?." .""I ?RO Chocked to an- Business houaea close up during the Kentuckj receives $1,000 of the $180,' raiimad. and Skin Diseases" mailed free. iimi'E1 H. ..II. MOUSE, "' W, Rpv ' Tor sale by all druggists. TmV. l" afternoon eerrices, and the town Is atlrred 000 appropriated by the Methodist Epuco. Agent. lVIM. CUKE THKSWirrSPEClPJOCO up aa it never was before. pal Ibard of Church exteneion. For sale by 1 r. M. L. Bcume, tstuufurd, Ky.T3.Cm W' 1ST -- Mra. H. P. Vasa and her Infant daugl ter hare returned to their home In Mobile. It is thought now that the Walnut street Methodist revival meeting will cloe Monday or Tuesday. A hop at the Opera Houee Wednesday ntoht vim attended br a large number of young folk', who enjoyed themselvea im menaely until a late hour. Mr. Ercrheart Hundley ha renttd from Col. J. W. Guest the Jake Owsley place, 2 miles from town, and will get possession Jan. lit, if not before, as Mr. H.T. Noel, the present tenant, contemplates returning to Lancaster. Mr. Wni. M Hughes, formerly of Lincoln county, was kicked In the stomach on Monday by a hore. For a time it was thought his injuries were very serious, but his friends will be glad to learn that he is now going about and will bmd be entirely and one three fourths Jewey heifer. J G. Carpenter. -- Col. P. P. Johnston, of Fayette, has r.I?ed thl year a pumpkin that weighs 100 pounds, the largest ever grown In the State C. B. Sullivan, of Mercer county, sold to Messrs. Gentry, of Lexington, 22 head mules at $12. per head rf fat Hughe, R'gera&Co., of Blue Lick Springs, told a hogshead of tobacco in CinParis cinnati, a few days ago, at $2125 News. For Sale. Two yearling horse multa Ii a Candidate for pulj, Assessor, subject to the action of DANVILLE, Kftala are - - KENTUCKY, GEORGE S. CARPENTER Ii a Candidate for Ooanty Clerk, subject to the tion of to Democracy. ac- Oam always on fresh h, and similar delicaclos served In all stylet and on short notice. Look out for the algn "Woodbine Ilestau- oi cu wnen you aro hungry. ' J t all hours. nana and In Iti ses.no, oysters -- F, II. MASOMIKIJlKlt b CO., Dsnvllle, ity. & HiiirTii i J. T BI. JOHNSON atint. auh Found great relief. It has entirely restored mo to health." James French, Atchison, Kans., writes: "To nil persons suffering from Liver Complaint, I would strongly recommend Aycr's Sarsaparllla. I was afflicted with a dlscaso of tho liver for nearly two years, when n friend advised tuo to tako this medicine. It gave prompt relief, and has cured inc." Mrs. II. M. Kidder, 41 D wight St., Boston, Mass., writes : " For several years I have used Aycr's Sarsaparllla la my family. I never feel safe, far Aaaaaanr nnr.lnmln Ject to tho action ot the Democracy. PHOTOJMPHKU BYINGTON " , WILLIS C. HARNETT Is a CandldMn tor the office of Jailer of Lincoln county, subject to primary clcctlouof the Democratic party. S- Ol Loilsvllle. bin idtehod tile tent In Stanford where he will mike Cabinet Photographs a special. "i Tiiiu n. mrniu ni 'niaiiii L I. 1 ivr -J H 4 ,,, ) At Home LUMBER! -- f""w J'.D' LOGS WANTED. te I will pay the highest Sarsaparilla AYER'S price for good, sound Walnut, Oherry and Hickory Logs delivered at any station of the L. &N., K.O. orO. S.R. R. n ct I I sub-Je- Ague Cure I AYER'S MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. St. louis & tho West lrainS Pippr still and its Reputation, IsHours Stod-chill- 's II. O. & M. I ks, "! and Snro neotions Ferric, a ,, I a ". Your Hair " a I j i r I r f I Pl. e, f t Most Reasonable rignxes 2 2 I- i. . h fol-la- w (hi sP'o'ro'ia t " I. w II Dr. E. J. Nickorson, and 'o-8- - s, To-da- i XT RENEWED If n ? - t - ir g 352. juriwioa.. a ;z:;:;;;.rr" I pw I J 's "' 111 -'J ??? Swift's Speciflc half-brcr- N08TH-H0UJf- Io. M Ayer's Hair Vigor, -- tr. y: HoOTll-BoPf- Dyspepsia & Asthma dls-ess- -i. u 2pm ft All Sorts of irrt-xul- lia.nd -, Dyspeptic Klixir YC. DR. HOLT'S "" rrenr .V.. X. V. tun.' a Drawer S, Atlanu" rT . il.a.ar. "' - M-i I sj . y