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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885112401 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. Send Weekls Jmtffiui & VOL. XIV. J5Mi-80cekI- onftudL NO. 76.. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1885. nitriorouma( Friday As baa been aaid, it ia only between counties that taxation is attempted to be equalized under thia law. Now, whila this ia conceded to be an important thing, and eomething to be much desired, it will not bo claimed that it is of more importance or more desirable than the equalization of taxes between citizens individually. It can liailAiiinnsfalA,l iL. I iL. ! ... ...- wu.vun..lcu luaiiuo uiiquaiuy 01 as- sessments as between individuals resulting .urn ma Kit jin ui , assessor is not only not attained hy the operation of this law, but that such inequality is necessarily increased and aggravated. It is well known that though it is the duty of assessors to value all property npon their own judgment, yet in practice they are greatly influenced by tho views of the tax payers themselves, and that not unfrequently the tax-pafixes the yaluation. This bein? no, while the property of a great msjoiity is valued at tnuuh less than Its actual worth, still there are divers instances where property is at the instance of conscientious men assesed at its full value. This occurs in every county in the State: It is obvious that In such cases this law or crates yery unjustly In a county where by the action of the State Hoard a percentage is required to be added to the assessor's valuation that addi-tlo- n must be made to the assessed value of every man's property alike, without regard to the value placed upon it by the asseseor. So in such a county the man whose property haa been assessed at ita full worth muat Buffer the penalty of having his taxes considerably increased because the property of others has been assessed too low. Could anything be more unjust than this? It is no answer to thia to nay that auch casea are of comparatively rare occurrance. No one is authorized to my that auch casea are of very rare occurrence, but even if they are that doesn't leaaen nor justify the wrong done to the citizen. But whether auch cases are rare or frequent, it wilt not be that thero are other casos which are very numerous, where though the assessments are lee than the actual value of ihe property they are, nevertheless, unequal aa between individuals. Take, for instsnee, two persons owning lands in the same coun-t- y of equal actual value, but the land of one is fixed by the assessor at $10 per acre and that of the other at S50 per acre. The Stale Board decides that in the county of their residence 20 per cent shall be added to all lax valuations, and consequently the man who has listed his land at $50 will have to endure a greater additional burden than the man whose Jand.just as good, is luted at only $10 per acre, $10 being added to that of the former and only $3 to that of the latter. Thus the man who has listed his land at a rate nearer to the required rate than the other by $10 is made to suffer the greater penalty of the two, and in fact the inequality between them ia by the operation of the law very considerably augmented. As an anawer to tbia objection it has beeu suggested that the County 8upervieora and the County Courts have power to correct euch inequalities, and if citizena neglect to have corrections made by I those tribunals it is their own fault and they ought not to complain. To the writer this seems to be an erroneous construction of the Rsrenue law. The language of the Stat-ut- e defining the powers and duties of Supervisors is as followB. "It shall be the duty of said Hoard to examine with care the and to correct any errors of the assessor, whether in factor in relation to the valuation of the property listed, and in casea where they shall be of opinion that any of the property haa not been correctly valued, to fix a proper value on the same." From this it will be seen that the Supervisors can only fix a "proper value" on property where the aseasor haa failed to do so. What then ia a proper value? It is declared by the law to be "the cash or money value." So the only way in which the supervisors could possibly equalize valuations as between citizena would be by raisiug every llt in the county to ita cash value. This thry can not legally do without firat giving every individual, whcee taxable property is to ba raised in valuation, a written notice and afterwarda giving him a hearing and a fair trial, and aa they aro limited by law to six days for performing their duties it will bo seen that for them to change all the tax lists necessary to bo changed would be absolutely imprec ticable. The authority given to County Courts to correct assessments ia expressed in theee wnrdj; "A person improperly charged with any tax or county levy, beforo he hae paid tho same, may make proof thereof to the County Court in which the assessment was made and the court may correct the eame." It ia plain that thia law gives the County Court no more authority in the matter than that possessed by the supervisors, The intention to confer on these tribunals precisely the aamo authority in auch casea ia too evident for mistake or misunderatanding. It may be true in point of fact that Supervisors and County Courts do undertake to equalize valuationa of property between citizena in caeea where it ia assessed below ita true value, and that they do so without raising it to ita true value, but euch action does not eeem to bo authorizid by tic law under which they So far Ba tho writer can discover proceed. the idea of equalizing taxes between indi viduals, except in tho one way of fixing all properly at ita truo value, U nowhere expressed in the Statutes either directly or by J, H, implication. yer de-ni- ed tax-boo- law, the Hoard can not increase or diminish the aggregato value of the property in the State as fixed by tho exeemors, it follows that tho value of the land in each PubUntxcit Tttentlava and county must be fixed by thorn at GO per cent, of Its ctsh value, neither more nor less. Wjenpatd itrletly In advane If we have to Having determined the asseased value's welt nr time, ta.RO will bo chanted. proportion fi a.oo riaii a.nivum. W. P. WALTON. THE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION. Some Reasons I Why thu Act Should be Re- pealed. To the Editor of I'll Interior Journal. u The act of the General Ane tally providing Tor rt Bute Hatnl of Equalitallon ought to be repealed on account of ilx not lo ay execrable, phrMeolo. By If for no other reaion. The net in eonie of it provision, especially in ftectioo 6, where an attempt in mtde to prescribe the manner of rqualfrlnR the value of pemonal property, in eo muddled in its wording ai to be. absolutely unintelligible and meaning-leaf- . From thli section the Ihard oan derive no initruction aa to ita duties whatever but U left to gUMj at it meaning by the light of the other proviiioni of the law. To vtrlfjr thta aawrtlon the essential part of the aection in here quoted: "In equaliiing the value of peraonal property between the aeveral counlUa, laid Board shall obtain from the gregate footing of the number and value of each; and the value of the several kinds of enumerated property in each county ahall be obtain ed at those value; and the value of enu merated property thus obtained, as compared with the aated value of such property in each county, shall be taken by said Hoard to obtain a rate per cent, to be added to or deducted from the total aweseed value of peroonal property in each county." Again, in section 10, occurs this extremely cloudy sentence: "The rates per cent, ordered by tills Hoard of Kqualizition shall be extended on the as!CAed valuation of property as corrected and equalised by the ounty bnrdj laid rates shall be extended on the listed valuations of such designated property." Now how this extension can be made both on the "Meaed valuation as as corrected by the county board" and oo the "listed valuation" is beyond comprehension, the aveMed valuation as corrected, thatis, ai increased or diminished by the county board, being quite a different thing from the listed yaluation. For instance, if A's land be asiessed at $5,000 and the county board increase that valuation to $0,000, then the per cent, ordered by the State Hoard to be added would be added to the $0,000, according to the drat clause of the entenceqnoted, but according to iti second 'claure the addition should be made to the listed valuation which is only $5,000. This leaves it an open question which clause of the sentence is to bi complied with. Hut as there are far graver objections to be urged against the law than these mere faults of composition further comment on them is unnecessary. Hy the general law on the subject of revenue the assessors are required to fix a fair cash valuation on the property of every citlun for taxation. It is notorious that thess officers do not comply with this requirement, but for reasons which need not be now inquired into, they value props ol erty on the average at about ita actual value. As a consequence of this habit, which is as senseless as it is unlawful, thero is a want of uniformity and equality in the assessments, both as between counties and aa between individuals, And it was for the purpose of correcting this inequality, u it reiqxc counties alone, that the law under consideration was en acted. That the object of the law is a proper one will not be disputed, but whether such object has been or can be accom- pll'hed under the Ivt u, to cay the hast of it, a debitable qaedtion, beside it can be a'jown that if that pirtlculsr.'object can be accomplished at all tiuder this cct it can notbeibne without enuring as great or than that greater injiHtico lo which results froii the evil ttv sought to lie removed. Now let ui se whether or not the equal!-zitio- n of values as luiwecn counties, or ren a near approximation to it, is praoli-cihl- e under the proyirions of this law. To facllitato thii icqtiry it is necemry to defcribd tho mode of procedure na adopted by the Hoard for determining what alterations of the neiior'j valuation are to be madeln order to edict the equalintion in view. For tho Hake of convenience, only the valuation of land will ba considered in this paper. Tab Boud upon obuioiug copies of all the assessor' books in the State, proceeds to ascertain the following facia: First the aggregate number of acrea of land and the aggregate value of same, aa returned by the aesttHora in the entire State. Sscond, the aggrcgato uumbor of acres and the aggregate value of the land in each two-thirds to the cash value in the whole State, their next step is to ascertain the proportion that the assessed valuo of land bears to its cash value in each county. That proportion being found a comparison is then made between it and the assessed value's proportion to the cash value in the whole Stale in order to obtain a rate at which the aaiewor'u valuation shall be increased or decreased. Now, forilluitr&tion, suppose it be found that in Lincoln county the proportion of the assessor's yaluation is only 60 per cent. In that case, as GO per cent is to be considered the proper proportion, it would be necessary to add to the avessor's valuation 20 per cent, thereof to bring it up to the standard, 09 per cent Or, if it is found that In that county the assessor's valuation is in excess of GO per cent, of the cash value, then a reduction must be made at each a rate as will bring it down to GO per cent. And by the iame process the rate of addition to or reduction from valuation! in every county is arrived at, and this, of course, is made to apply to the tax list of each and every individual, Upon the surface this all seems fair and right, and seems to effect the object aimed at by the law, but there is an important element in the above stated process about which there is necessarily much uncertaintyfar more than is allowable in a matter of eo much importance. That element is the determining by the Hoard of the cash value of properly. If the board is able to determine that matter correctly, or even with approximate accuracy, then ita work would be reasonably fair to all and would result in the attainment of the object for which it was created. Hut surely no one would contend that a body of men, no matter how intelligent, is competent to fix a fair value upon property which they have nerer seen and about the quality of which they have had no opportunity to inform themselves; nor could any one with reason claim that the present Board or any Hoard hereafter to be elected, composed as it must be of one member from each congressional dis trict, is likely to have such a thorough personal knowledge of the value of real and personal property in the several districts as would enable it to determine its value with any degree of certainty. Our present Hoard, reallr'ng its incompetency to do this front its own knowledge, has adopted the plan of consulting the county clerks in the several counties, by requeuing each one to furnish a list of land salt made in his county during the preceding year as shown bv the records of his office with the number of acres and the consideration paid. These sales the clerks are requested to select so as to indicate as nearly as may be the average selling price of lands in their counties. From these list mainly if not altogether, it is presumed that tho Hoard determines what is the true cash value of all the land in the State. There being no compensation to clerks, foe their services, many cf them are said to bare failed to comply with the Hoard's request, and it is but natural to suppose that some of those who did comply did eo hurriedly and with out much c ire and perhir without appre ciating the importance of the action to be based on Primary Electidn In 8th Judicial District. The Democratic District Committee of the 8th Jtidichl District met at the office of the Inteiuoii Journal at 1 r. m, November 20th, and was cilled to order by Chairman J. E Lynn. Present besides the Chairman R. H, Tomlinson, of Garrard, V. H. Pelttis, of Pulaski, who held .I me proxy ol Ynyne, and Col. T. P. Hill, who held that of Rockcastle county. On motion of Mr. Tomlinson, W. P. Walton waa appointed Secretary and then after considerable discussion, it waa ordered: Firat, That a primary be held in the several counties composing the said district on the first Saturday in March, 1S80, be tween the hours of 8 A. st. and 7 r. m,, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Circuit Judge and Commonwealth's Attorney. 8ald election to be held at the regular voting places, to be by ballot and the name of each voter to be recorded in a book prepared for that purpose. 8econd, That no one shall ba eligible to vote at said election except those who are and will be entitled to a vote at the Auguat election, 188G, according to the laws of the 8tate, and who are identified with tho dem ocratic party, and who, if voting at the November election, 1881, voted for the democratic electors for Preaident and Vice Preaident. Third, That the fudgea and clerksof the several voting placea in the district, at the close of the polls, count the ballots and certify the number of the same to the Chairman of their respective County Committees and deliver the eaid certificate, with ballots and poll books to him, not later than the Wednesday following the said election. It ehall then be the duty of said Chairman to examine and count the ballots and certify the reault in his county to the Caairman of the District Committee, not later than the eecond 8aturday in March, who Bhall announce the result and declare as the nomlnew for the respective offices, the candidates receiving a plurality of the vote cast for each office. Fourth, That the Chairman of the various County Committees, appoint two judgea nd a clerk, who are democrats, for each voting place, to hold said election, aa near as poeaible selecting a friend of each can- M'ROBERTS, & STAGG, Opera House Block, 1 JEA-IEXt- Stanford, Ky., I3V DrngH, Chemical, Fatnte, Tlios. Blcliartls, who will Repair U'atciies and Clocks promptly and In Wall Paper, HlMCS, Mimical UOOUH, ZJtauor InatraeinoiiUe, Stationery, Clean, A'OCKOI 'IVkttn.ns.'kf. Oils, Soapg, Cntlcry, IiiiinpH, Perfumery, Flro ArniH, Sfaculn Neeelle. Oar Jewelry, Silverware and Optical Goods Department Is in Charge of Ool. the beat TOE NJEW GROCERY AMD HARDWARE HOUSE OF TAYLOR BROS Would kttdly ask your attettlon to the fact that they have Just returned from the cities with a Iar fash and well selected stock of CHOICE In endless variety, dainty In quality and satisfactory In prices; this we guarantee. Our aim shall b at alt times to supply every want In our line. FAMILY GROCERIES Consists of the Standard Brand oi Europe and America. OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY Our large line of Cooking Stovoa include Qlaai thejustly celebrated "Orcat Western Beeerre" and many other family lavorltea. Our China, and Qaccnsware etock consists In part of Table, Tea and Chamber Seta complete, Glassware richly cu andetcbed. In the way of Breadstuffs we name Buckwheat Flour, the queen of all tribes. Our.'cele brated Patent -- Q. M." Flour, urivalled for cake and pastry, while Rice and Hominy, our own patrt ottc products, arrayed as faithful adjuncts. All the delicacies In Foreign and Domestic Confectlcsi are hero. Tin, Stone, Wooden and Willowware, Electric Lamps, Stationery. Canned Meat and Fiulti and a complete line of Clgara and Tobaccos. Well, thia Is only a hint of what we have. BeUerlni that we can make It to your Interest, we confidently ask an examination of onr goods and your patroa g8' Respectfully, TAXLOIt BllOTIlimS. Peoay M'Vllslor PHARMACISTS, -- DKALSBJ Iff. didate. their statement. Now, is infor- cjunty, as assessed. Third, tho aggregate actual or cash value of the land in the entire State, Fourth, the aggregate actual or cash val-u- e of the land in each county. They next comparo the total as!oaed value with the total caeh value in the State e t determine what proportion or parcent-agFor illustho former is of tho Uilur. tration lot ua Biippoae that thia proportion is aacarhined to be 00 per cent. Thia 00 per cenf thn becomes an important and controlling nowr m the problem to be f ' ' "'" ' w,rl ',! mation acquired in thia manner a fit basis upon which to decide what amount of taxes a cltUen shall pij? For argument's sake, suppose every clerk should, to the very best of his ability, and in the utmost good faith, attempt to furnish the deaired information, would thero not still be too much uncertainty about the matter to justify the basing of asseMment upon it? In order to make a list of such sales that can be relied on for the purpose in view the clerk must determine lit. how many classes or grades of land there are in his county, aml'U, what proportion of all the lands in tho county each elm constitutes. And then he must sjlect front Ida deed books, if he can, a number of nalea of each claw with the number of acre told and the piice per acre. As the price per acre in each class will necessarily vary, he mutt calculate the average price. Having done this for all the classes, he must then ascertain the average price of lands in bis county by a calculation in which he must taka into conjldoration the proportion aa to quantity of land which each clwa bears to the ret. It will bo Been that to do all thia is to perform a very difficult and intricate problem, yet it is neceaary for tho clerk to do It beforo bo cau feel assured that hib Hit of salea is such aa to answer the purNow when pose for which it is required. we conaider the great variety of lands in each comity, ranging aa they do in vnluo from $1 to $100 per acre, the difficulty of classifying them will bo apparent; and the still greater difficulty of estimating the proportions these classes bear to each other will be also evident; ami in addition to therie difficultiea the making of the calculations above suggested will be found to bo a task that not every olork can perform, and ono which it is safe to eay all of them will be unwilling to perform, In view of all theae considerations it ia certainly fiir to conclude that while the information to be derived from clerks ia probably tho moat reliable of any the Hoard can obtain, yet it ia of too uncertain a caturo by far to be as a baiia for taxation. Fifth, The newspapers of the district are requested to publish theae proceedings and Pbyslcl ans' prescriptions accurately compounded. Also then on motion the Committee adjourned. frSVoaiaaiaaniEsS!liZ!!9flK J. E. Lynn, Ch'm, 8tn D'8lct Committee. ti- . P. Walton, Secretary. The Largest Stook of Watches, Clocks, Primary Election in Lincoln County. Jewelry and Silverware In conformity with a resolution adopted Ever bought to this market Prices Lower than by the Lincoln County Democratic Comthe Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Bo- WwmfiiKi 4' rf palrod on abort notice and Warranted. mittee at a meeting held November 2d, I hereby order a primary election to be held at the varioua precincts in the said county of Lincoln on the same day and hoara of the above, that is the firat Saturday in March, 1SSG, between the hours of 8 A. 7 r. jr., the qualification of voters to be the same aa provided in the second section of the above order, for the purpoae of nominating candidatea for the various county offices to be chosen at the next Auguet election. The vote ahall be viva ycce and be recorded in the usual manner. At the close of the polls tho officers, whom I will hereafter appoint, ehall certify thenum-bero- f votes each candidate received and send the certificate with the poll books to me at Stanford by the Wednesday following the election. Aa it takes money to secure poll hooka and time to prepare them, those candidatea who wish to have their names enrolled will make it known to me by paying an assessment of $1. J E Lynn, Cam , County Committee. Bucken's Arnica Salve. Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fancy Articles. JEWELERS. Cyi hrfer: r- - tfaPMF 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; The best Saho In tuo worM lor Cuts. Bruises Soros, Salt RUeuai, rover Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively curc riles, or uo pay required. I, li guiranteeJ to glvo perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 23 cents per box. For sale by I'cnny A McAHiter. An Old Citizen Speaks. v J. M. Ncrrts, an old citizen of Rome, Ga, ayi that lie had been badly troubled with KiJ-ne- y Mr. erouiplatnt for a great many years and with Eczema for three years; at times could scarcely walk, and bad tried many remedies without benefit, before be began takiog Electric Clttcra and That our stock of Pleasure Vehicles, including everything from a Board Cart to a Barouche, is always complete, nnoiuttng bis hands with lluckltn's Arulca Salve, This treatment afforded Iilm great relief nud bo strongly recommends Electric Bitters to all who sillier with Kidney Complaints or need a Blood Turiner. Sold by 1'enny A. .McAUster. Most Excellent. J.J. Atkins, Chief of Police, KuoxvlIle.Tenn., writes: "My family and I aro beneficiaries of your most excellent medicine, Ir. King's New Discovery for Consumption; having found it to be all that you claim forlt,deslro to testify to Its virtue. My friends to whom I have recommended It praise it at every opportunity." Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption is guaranteed to cure Couglis, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup and every nUtction of the Throat, Chest and Lungs. Trial BottlesFrea.it Penny & Mc Ulster's Drug Store. Large alzo. iU And thai we guarantee Lowest Prices, style and finish considered. Also, that we still handle the celebrated Wagons, "Old Hickory" and Mitchell. Positive Cure lor Piles, To the peopled this county we would say that wo have been given tho Agency of Dr. Marchlsl's Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed to euro or money refunded Internal, External, Blind Bleeding or Itching I'l.'es. Prlco 50c a box. Tor sale by Pnny A McAlister, Druggists. Big line of Farming Implements. Grain Drills, Turning Plows. both riding and walking, Daughters, Wives and Mothers, We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlsl's a Female ltomcdy, t euro I'omnle Diseases, such as Ovarian troublos, IntUmuutlon and Ulceration, Falling end Displacement or bearing Irregularities, Barrenness, Change ol down LlfetLeucborrhcca, besides many weaknesses springing from tho above, llko Hoadacho, Bloating, Spinal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, Palpitation of the Heart, Ac. For sale by Druggists. Prices Stand St 50 per battle. Send to Dr. J II. Marehlil, Utlca, N. Y., fsr atupilet, free. For salo by Peoay A MiAlUter, Druggists. And all of which we guarantee at Lowest prices. SUCCESVO'! TO Br.IGT5T & CURRA2T. . nd OMHUe. ps! BOYLE C0UN1T. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. George Strickland was baptized by the in tho presenro of 1,000 peoplo 8unday. It will ba remembered that aaid Strickland has boen sentenced to be hanged for the murder of Bettie Hall and the day set for Dec. 7. A petition asking the governor tc commute the sentence to imprnontnent for life baa been signed by a groat many of tha leading citizens of tho county and will be forwarded at once to the governor. PERSONAL V The Catholics are erecting a substantial brick church at Junction City. The Sjphomore and Freshman claucs Stanford, Ky.,.. Novomber24, 1885 of Centre Cjllege wereexaminedln Roman history last week. -- J. W. Guthrie wm arrested Saturday W. P. WALTON. evening on a bench warrant charglBg' him, rfith shooting a bomb, also on a charge of betn snowed under a majority embezzlement. His trial is la take nliuin. Haviko of 25,000 or 8t, John 8. Wise rery iUl7 daj, Messrs. C R. Anderson, J. C. Caldwell dechlea that politics ! not his forte and and E. W. Leo have returned from Pike-villhas aonouncd his permanent retirement Tcnn , where they have been hunting. from the politic! Hrens to devote hiraBelf They destroyed while gono 200 birds and is well that this to the practice of lw. It wo snipes has been brouht to his senses. young man Ksv. P. T. Hale haa returned from most noted The sou of one of Virginia' many Georgetown, where he held a protracted pouseaslnc governors and himself meeting. There were 71 additions to the marks of genius, he sold bia birthright for Baptist church while other converts a mesa of potage, belierloi; us have many themselves with other churches. Dominion that other young men in the Old At a meeeting of the colored people of was all powerful. thetrccherousMahone Danville, Friday night, E. B. Cheatham, Wise is young and may outlive the odium he Archie Rochester. Anderson Wallace. Mnn. attached to consorting with the cattle roe Mitchell, Ray. W. W. Fisher and J. hai, but his golden opportunity was lost . Bates were selected as delegates to the forsook the party of his fathers when ho colored State Convention which meets at and ran after wtrango gods. Lexington on the 26th inst. A mustcale was given Thursday night The Supreme Court of Xew Jersey rendered a decision compelling a white public by the pupils of Miss Foster's clasa at Bell school to receive the children of a colored Seminary. A number of young gentlemen preacher, whereupon fifteen of the pupils friends of the young ladies attended, who withdrew from the echool and the rest aro wero delighted with the mwic. and the devoting their energies to making things privilege accorded them by Mrs. Allen of generally unpleasant for the colored chil- talking a while to the fair minstrels alter dren, whose father has been forced to ap- the singing wae over. peal to the trustees for their protection The celebration of the 10th anniversa-r- y from insult. It will be observed that this of the marriage of Capt. and Mrs. J. H. outrage is being perpetrated in the enlight- Wilson, sometimes called a tin wedding, ened North and not in that portion of the was largely attended on Thursday last. Mrs. country which the republican newspapers Wilion was the recipient of enough tinand orators delight to malign. Some ware to set cfT a wholesale establishment. work is evidently needed at home. Everybody who waa present speaks of the The proposition being discuseod by the occasion ai a most enjoyable one. The Danville Literary Club was enternewspapers to hold a regular business meetPress Association tained Friday night by Rev. J. L. Allen, ing of the Kentucky when "Limitations of the Credit System" without the attendant free entertainments, We do waa discuwed by Messrs. J. W. Yerkes, C. to meet general approval. seema not know that aty special good could re- H. Rjdes, O. Beatty, J. L. Allen and Capt. sult from such a meeting, but some of the J.H. Leathers, of Louisville, (a visitor.) boys might learn from the others how they Oiher members and visitors present were, cast-irotheir ccnjciences so thoroughly as Messrs. R. P. Jacobj, R, A. Johnstone, J. C. Fales, A. B. Nelson, J. H. Otter, J. E. to charge a poor old State four prices oyer who sees fit to drive Lee, Thos. H. Bell, H. W. Evam, Fayette an ordinary customer, a bargain. We refer to the advertisement Dunlap, J. B. Walton and J. II. Eoglemin Gen. 8. S. Fry, who haa been quite of the act appointing an election on the sick for a week past is now able to sit up convention. question of a constitutional in his room. Mr. G. D. Bstterton is visitwill be seen by reference to the report ing friends in Memphis and Little Rock, of the proceedings that the district commit- Ark. Mr. B. F. Paillipa returned from tee has fixe 1 the first Saturday in March Louisville Saturday, where he had been for as the day for holding a primary election, a weik past. Judge James Harlan, of Lou" by ballot, to nominate candidates for Judge iaville, is spending a few daya with his andCommonwealth'a Attorney. The man- cousin, Mr. James L Harlan, of this counner will be eminently satisfactory to the ty. Mies Mary Jones, of Stanford, is visitpeople, the time u ample for the candidates ing her aunt, Mrs. Maggie Coffey. Major to canva33 the district, and the only objec- J. H. Leathers, of the Louisville Bank of tion that could.be urged Ib that the vote is Commerce, waa in town last week. Miss to be taken by ballot and not in the good Annie Cecil, of Georgetown, is visiting old honest viva voce manner. Misa Theresa Worthington. Comptroller of the Treasury The Second GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. haa discovered two vouchers in the Surgeon Lancaster. General's account which purport to be for Mr. S.tm Peacock will shortly remove stamps, but which upon inforeign postage vestigation prove to be for a couplo of por- the postoffice to the jewelry store of Mr. T. traits piloted by a favored female friend Peacock, which is being enlarged for that of the surgeon. The amount was charged purpose. Marriage license were issued last week up to his account by the Comptroller, but to be to W. 8. Carroll and Miss Mary R. Smith; a more condign punishment ought also to Simeon Clark und Miss Lura Turvisited upon the perpetrator of the fraud. of Garrard. of the rascals that needs turning ner, all He is one Miss May Ferguraon, of Covington, out and he needs it badly. was in the city KiBt week, the guest of Miss The esteemed Elisabethtown Xau takes Rallie Anderson. Mita Mattie Peacock, of us to task because ot our reference to the Fort Woith, Texa?, is visiting Mrs. W. S. Special Court which heard the appeal of Miller. Cornelison and saya that Goy. Knott could Three hundred Dwt. 18 K. plain Rings not have selected three better meu in the and 12 new paterns in Diamond Rirjgj, State. Socially this nny be so, but not suitable for engagements, wedding and one of them has any reputation as a lawyer birthday presents, J. C. Thompson. Lin- We of more than the ordinary ability. caster, Ky. should diclike to think that the State Rev. Green Clay Smith is conductac noted for her fine lawyers could not furnish an interesting revival at the Fork church better evidence of it than the gentlemen in this county. Several additions to the referred to present. church have already resulted. He is asd sisted by Rev. R. R. West, of this place. We present on our first psge a well A difficulty occurred last Sundav in of J. B , whom article from the pen will recognize as Mr. Lower Garraid between Robert Sagaeerand most of our readers John Blain, our excellent County Clerk, Horace Graham, both colored, in which who has studied the workings of the law the former stabbed the latter seriously with thoroughly, advocating the repeal of the a knife. Warranta were issued this mornWe ing for both parties. act creating a Bo r J of Equalization. Eld. J. W. McGarvev had two lartre commend its careful perusal to our law makers and others, confident that some at audiences at the Christian church Friday least of the arguments can not be gainsaid. and Saturday nights to hear his illustrated lectures on the Holy Land. His sermon The crop of Kentucky colonels will now at that place on Sunday is spoken of as an havhave no means of increase, Gov. Knott unusually tine difcsurse. ing departed from the time dishonored cue-to- m Burglara affected an entrance into the with and appointed an grocery store of N. A. Thompson list Satthe rank of Mister. Mister Theodore F. urday night by prizing open a door at the Hallam is the gentleman who has the first rear of the house. A lot of mutilated silproud distinction of the title. ver coins and a considerable amount of The total number physicians in the groceries were stolen. No one haa been arrested yet. world is estimated at 100,000 Grand opening Dec. 7th of Diamonds, A Richmond, Va., man was fined one cent and given an hour in jail for sending Watches, Jewelry, French Marble and a challenge to fight a duel. The day of Gold Clocks, Dresden China Bisk Figures, Oil Paintings and a full chivalry eeem to have run their course. Positively the The Colored Orphan's Home at Chat- atock of Holiday goods. tanooga burned yeateiday, but owing to the largest stock in Central Ky. I want to see admirable discipline of the institution, all all my friends on Dec. 7, 8 and 9 J, C of the fifty inmates were saved without in- Thompson, Lancaster, Ky. jury. RELIGIOUS. A dispatch from Calcutta says that 5,- have been drowned and 150 vil000 people Rev. John Bsll Gibjon left yesterday lages submerged in Orisaa, Bengal, by a cy- for Mt. Vernon, where ho will preach a few clone, and that 1,211 square miles in the evenings this week. Moorshedabad and Hudde districts have French Tipton perpetrate this execra devastated. ble pun in the Richmond Rtjittcr; Rev. George O Barnes should Qietta monkey-in- s LAND, STOCK AND CROP with the Indian Bishop. John S Hughes haa sold to John S. The Lexington Observer suggests that Owsley the grass on 10 acres of land for the Cnristian, Reform or Campbellite $7 60. mules were sold at Farria & En church is the only church for Mr. Barnes "Ten since the India Bhhop of the Church of Eag-langleman's stable in Lancister yesterday at will not receive him. $85 to $140. The temperance evangelist from Eog-lanCourt. About 250 cattle Lancaster Rev. Wm. Noble, who was so kind to ranged on market; about 75 sold. Prices Bidding very slow. No Mr. Barnes there that he transposed h's from2i to 2. pretty good name to "Noble William," has arrived in hones or mules offered. Crowd Mr a little bettir. Wood & Bruce, Louisville and is lecturing there. and buiincn rt Rtip' MHi m'M i? thtt hi stay is ' ''. JlJ. P Fmbry lr of 2. made particularly pleawint. yearling cattle at $1025. con-nectmis-eionan Managed by Jno. B, Fith, Mary Ann Roberts, wife of Joe Roband ordererts, was tried for lunacy ed to the asylum at Lexington. A special torm of the Rockcatlo County Court is called for Tuesday to consider the advisability of' building a new jail, Gcntlemen,rlets have the jH,by all means. J. Brit Tavlor was acquitted ot tue rhu-rof (teallnr whisky from Jo. Ilaya. The trial of Jimmy Prewit for stealing hoea lejulted in a hung ury, three for ac quittal and nine for conviction. All ncrsons indebted to me by note or account will ploaio call and settle same by Doromber 2Sth. (County Court day). All that are not paid by that dalo will be sold publicly at the Cjurthonse door. Jack Adams, Jr. Eld. John Bell Gib.'on, ot bianioru, will becln a meeting at the Christian church, at this place, to night. The meet ing will continue several days, for eome cause or other. Rev. John?, of the Metho dist church, failed to ineet his appointments at this place Saturday and huuuay lad. An electric alarm signal haa been In vented by Mr. James Marct, of Mt. Verton, which, judging from ta description, la a moat eomrtlete contrivance. It is especially designed for night telegraph operators, but can bo used anvantageoiuly by sny person We nope the needing a reliable alarm. invention will show millions in it for the clever young Inventor. Mr. O. II. Waddle, of Somerset, candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney, is here shaking hands with the boys. He is a nice, clever gentleman and a good lawyer. W.J.Sparkaii in town today. Mr. J. D. Chandler and Dr. Cox, of Louisville, were here yesterday. Mr. Frank Jones, of London, representing the Leader, and A. R. Dyche, of the Echo, are in town y minister of the colored church of this place THEE1 CpH:DE3AS (KOaagER;. ,T. R. WALTON, -- DBA LRU I- N- BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. new residence ia l Mr. J: R. Caea' quite n addition to our villace. It Corn shuckings have been the order of the evening for some time. Thi w.inill lately set ud by Wood- yard & Frith is an advantage to the business of this place. Our new jail is in progress and it is hoped that it will soon be campleted, as we sometimes need it. Protracted meeting commenced at the Baptist church yesterday. The Sabbath tree School is preparing for a Chrii-tmaand entertainment. Mr. J. H. Hilton ha closed out his store at this place, and has opened a broom tuctnrr. With the assistance of Mr. A. C. Spraguc, of8hakertown, we think ho will successful. The Hamillonian Literary Society, which waa organized a month ago, held their first meeting on last Friday evening. Th nrn?Mimi!. which consisted of dia- loeues, recitations and both vocal and instrumental music, was well selected, and all of the many who were present seemed to be well pleated. Thirteen new names were added to the roll. The nut wtet-in- g will bo held December IStb. Doors open at G o'clock r. si Mr. J. II. Albright and his mother have recently returned from a trip to Kansas. They express themselves as being Messrs. well pleased with their visit. Mode Crawford and B. II. Conn paid a visit to PreacheHville a few dajs eiuce. Mr?. Wm. Duncan, of Prtrksville, is visiting at the Woodyard Houe: Mrs. Mary Tawny, of We't Independence, Ohio, hai tuken for the purrooms at Mr. R. 8. Martin' pose of sending her daughter, Misfs Lida, to school here. The pupils of the Academy are looking forward to Thanksgiving with grat pleasure, as ther will then have the. privilege of vifi'iog nnd receiving com-r,nMr. T. J. Cxesa has closed his echool at Gum Sulphur and haa taken a t: position a clerk in the store ot Hurt at this place. Miss Neville Carson Ib visiting Broadhead for the purpose ot malt ing a clajs in painting. Mad&mo Rumor saya we will soon havH a wedding to report, but as she is sometimes right and at other imM wronir. we will have to wait lor time to decide the matter, unlets Mr. A. L. Hurt will tell us now, Mr. C. A. Uridge. of Lebanon, Ky., was with us Uat Sunday. Q. a Misa Eu. Ramsey went to Mt. Vernon yesterday to visit relatives. Miss Fannie Peak, of thiscouuty, la visiting relatives at liarrodsburg. Mu. S. C. Haiimn of Albany, has been visiting bia brother, Mr. M.D. Hardin. Mn. JASirs W. Alcohn haa returned from Wayne much elated over the outlook in that county. Mn. R. C. Waiuien comes back from frcm the lower end of his district much pleased at his prospects for a 1 1' Rev. H.C. Morrison could aee how a certain young lady prizes the references made to him by the Lexington papers, he would be even a happier man than he Is. Mu.C.M. Williams, the gentlemanly aent of tho Heege Bad Boy Company, tell us that his show is playing to phenomenal bninraa this scasou. It ciight to have a good houc hero Thursday night next Misa May Fekcicsom, a pretty and very charming young lady from Covington, spent a few days with Miss Daisy Burntlde, returning to her home yesterday accompanied by Miss Daisy, who wil remain with her a week or two. AN ardent admirer hands us the following: Misa Walton Henderson, the pretty and accomplished daughter of Dr. H. A. M. Henderson, who vlfited Stanford last summer, leaves Paris to day for her home in Jersey City, N. Y. Speaking of Rev. II. C.Morrison, now holding a meeting in Lexington, tho Tran icript aays: "It is unnecessary to say a word in praie of this talented young man to thoe who have been fortunate enough to hear him. and to thoe who havo not we will say, by all mean do not fall to listen to one of his brilliant sermons." The Frankfort Yeoman pays Sherifl John N. Menefee the following deserved compliment: Mr. Menefee is one of the beet eherlfli in the State, and is always among the foremost in hla settlements with the Auditor. He has already paid into the of the revenue Treasury about one-hcharged agalnit him for tho year 1SS5. If all our sheriff were like him, there would be no difficulty in settling with claimants 1 alf r o And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line Yon May Call For. IN ADDITION TOOKOCKUIia AND I'ttOVUIONB, UK KKL'l'd Tin-- , Glass- - and Qneensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. School Supplies: Baskets, Bags, Slates, Pencils, Pens and Holders, Ink, &c. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Go to J. T. Harris for fresh oysters in eyery style at 25 cent per dczen, ai cheap as by the can. Celery 35 cents per dozen. We learn from Mr. S. V. Rowland who came from the coal mines yetterday that the three week's strike of the miners for 3 cnts ended yesterday in their return to work at the old figures, 21 cents per bushel for digging rol. Corner Main and Somerset Sts. is the best place to buy. Gv Heeoe's Had Boy Company, which gave so laughable an entertainment here over a year ngo, will appear at the Opera jrou, If ll'rltcr. House, Thanksgiving nirfht, 26th. Those ("n Nn tMrirciI by to a lewyou ttr a loinlfnt SlinrtltunttetitorUi; Ilia This jou war Moulh, very Hlllu cxiom, 1j who enjoy real side splitting fun are invited Hiortlinnrf Institute I.oiiInvIIIo, Ky., or NuhIivIIIc, Teim, to be present and laugh and grow ft. WhllHbrthind ami Tyiwrltln rUlmaour Nlf attention oir ituJwiU rn pvoItb th vMlwt at KroHiy tlucfl ralei. If you A Goveknment official, Mr. Kiln, was tuition In I'KNMAN&Ilir, AIUTHMKTIC x4 can not coma to u, here yesterday to examine into a claim of Wo C'au Teach You hy .Mull ax Thorough. one Jack Norrn, who charges tbe government with G50 bubel of corn taken by !r'Dl far Circular! to !'fofftr II. A. IIAMI, Trliid)! MioMlun.l Imtlttilr. A.!!ri him either the Federal Army. As it id also claimed at Nanlttlllu. Trim., or J.otilnvlllc, ay., wmimtut l ibo iumi cenvtultut point lor your- tit. that this amount of corn weie raided on 15 ecre of knob land, the number of bushels seems to have stretched with the year. Well Paid Employment! it M-l- ui PiUMAitY. Mr. J. E. Lynn, Chairman of the County Committee, has, ib was his duty, fixed the same day for holding the aide-decam- p Bric-a-bra- d d, primary election to nominate candidates -- DEALlUt IN- for county office.', as that chosen for the district judicial primary, the first Saturday , HnrrtM-nrcNiuUUch, OrocurlvK, Horno Shoe, in March. This is lonner off than most of IltiKKy Whip NutlH, Iron, the candidates desired, but the Committee t?uiio Mills, liturgy Wheel, NtovcM, Ilarucwi, yery wUely thought at its last meeting that GrutcH, Npoaiea, Cider XIIUh, Covora, it would not do to have two primaries Corn Khellcrw, CoIInrH, ItlltlH, Ntoiieware, when one would suffice. The people are tired of attending an election every month or two besides such electiors are exceeding- Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinloy Combined Plows, Wooden am ly demoralizing In their tendency. It will Cast Fnmps, and the Celebrated Mayfield Elevator. Tin Hoofbe observed that the vote will be by the ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. WHITLEyToUNTY. WILLIAMSBURG, living voice, the only honest and man-lNeKinnrvt i one'a choice at way of expressing Rev. Mr. Grow, of Lexingtoa, has been engaged to preach for the Christian church the polls. at this place. MARRIAGES. Business is looking up since the late W H. McMillon and Misa Emily tide in the river, and prospects good for an Mullina were married at Mr. Jamea Mul-linother tide soon. MKIICIIA.NT TAII.OIt. Sunday. John Green has bejn granted letters It is rumored here that an patent on his new boom, which is now the merchant and a charming young lady of complete and will be ready for I batomelTp-- l and itlll receiving Madison are to bd married about the 1st, next tide. but for goodnexs sake don't say we told you. Hog cholera is trying to stop the hogs Mr. Wm. R. Sirgleton obtained license upon the streets of from running at though it yesterday to marry Mrs. 8usic A. Nowpoit, Williamsburg and it looka as Comprising tht beit In the market, which will I daughter of H. W. Caldwell, near Waynes will succeed. burg to day. Squire E. B. Caldwell, Jr., Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Nono in City or Country. Hon. C.W. Lester has just returned came nlong with the happy man to help from Bell and jllarlan counties, where he Give Mo n Trial. him through. haa been attending the Circuit Courta nod Miss Lucy Moore, of Bourbon, who acting as Commonwealth Attorney. haa been a frtquent and much admired via EL Burney, one of the chain gang itor in thia vicinity, will be married to Mr. made his escape from the guard on Friday. Albert Miller, of Crawfordsville, Ir.d , toof the gang attempted to Another one day. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Given? have gone but was captured by the guard. Claims over to be present. The Whitley county Court of There wai a double marriage at Mr. adjourned Saturday after allowing about James Goich' hut Thursday night in in claims against the county and J0.000 which event Mr. Russell Goocb and Mien refining to allow about $1,000 of other Cleary Gooch and Mr. Henderson Routcn presented. . claim? which were and Miss Bettie Bailey were the contractAND Mr J. D, Adkins, a prominent young ing parties. Mr. Goo:h is but 18 years of democrat and a very clever gentleman, has age. ! been appointed postmaster here, vice Mr. Miss Ea Elliott, of Pulaski, who ran who ha honestly and nil to James CloydV, in Caiey, to escape M. V. B Sutton, A Full and complete ansortiheuTol' Furniture, embracing faithfully served the people for the Inst ten tho persecution of n mother in Uv, was erythliiR from the Cheapest to tho Fluent Parlor Nultcn. No years In that position. captured by her father and taken back ncetl to go to the large cities to umke your purcImncN, no matter services will be Union Thank-givin- g home, but Hawk Royalty, who had fallen Christian church on tho 20th held at the what quantity or quality j'ouiTiint, UHlcau ami will duplicate and made any will bj delivina. The leading dlncouweof the M. E. In love with her, prlecn you can obtain clHeuhere, freight being added. AUe her his wife. Tho happy couple are now ered by R?v. Mr. Kelly, Nhrouda and Kobex, cmbrso - at Mr W.T. Royalty's, a(o from tho virago, u full nsHortuicnt ol CoIHiih, Church, after which all other douomhn..tii lIBti ..... tn tint nvArriif. Ami f I whose dtvelia'j w ir.utd thtui to i " " UOCS Will J meet. opposite Nt. AHiipli Hotel, Stiuwurti, y. good time Is anticipated by all. W. H. HIGGINS iuecutwre, Ijip y iiulti "' " H. C. RUPLEY, i e' J lae NEW GOODS FOK FALL &WINTER H- O. RUPLEY. B UltfBERTilKSRj, wiAiii; 0mh, JOealei in DBiiraiiture w i I, " '&&USjL a- mssssstasz GOING TO KANSAS I GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE ! -- Of the Combined Stocks Off-- Mr MYDEN SfIFu3SrF,03D & LYTIE! KENTUCK1T. 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 Vwraty TliousancI Boliw w vm Of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Qlothing, 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 E C. WALTON. Buln. Manager, TIME CARD. The ber hit haye b en typical Novemdarr, raining, cold and gloomy. two , Leave your orders at the "Model cery" for Thank'glvlng Tdkklys. . Gro- AEVf AKVKWTlHEJIKSTv Ofllce t.SN. M.1II LOCAL train firing North... South... t.tnMltfllD" OBMIB .. M V Nark.....- r.M. U M r.M. I W a. w. I 5 - IAiutK lot of Fresh Oysterr, Celery, Ac " for Thankgivink: at Kflvcranco Bros.' 'I'll it ek iloiQ (Kiirs of Koller tknte good order for rule. W. P. Walton, Stan ford. Leave your orders for oysters for thanks giving d.v Wttlne-'daevening S. S. My DH. W. B. PBKNY, HTANFORD, Dontlwt. KENTOCKY. Int-KluR I15-ly- tvo doon abovi UoMyeri Hotel: Pur Nltroui Oxide Osi aJulnlttcrcd wbeo n- Koulh aids Msln oTAIsFOKD, KY. Httt, FARM FOR SALE 4t ! fjulrfrt. .. 0 A.M. in ers. About 7 Acres of Land, situated on tbe Laaaas-te- r and Stanford Turnpike, near Dlx Klrsr brlde-Goodwelling house and improvements. Terms p3-easy. At.F.X. IlOLTZCf.AW. tttrA ,,v Is etdeuUUJow standard JO tlwe. tolT it l.;Ul MllmlM IOCAL Awr NOTICES. itc--ik Buy your chool from Penny A a-- McKoutiiTii A Stacio e headquarter lor Runinlthn A t McKobert Uu.nh at all prices 50to$l00. taKSV.from52 BDil Comi'MTTB stock cf Hflhool ImUs & Stairix school upIIw at McR-ilwJmitfty repaired on short WlTon"' r Penny A MoAlis- notlco and warrautcd rl McAli'ler. "' y 'I and only Rtnuine, from Penny rtMcAIrant ister. A coMi'l.rrr. stork of jewelry, latwtWfk out line of heitini; stovei, coal vas-ft- , IVntylC. JiOCKIorU waiCIIl'" n rjicwiniv kitchen bIp, Ac, before buying. The cy A McAlWcr. largest and cheajeat lot in town. Bright LOCAL UATTER3. A Metcalf. front rooms for rent. The stock holder of the Crab Orchard A suite of excellent ami Chappel's Gap Turnpike road are reK. P. Owley. Apply to " quested to meet in Crab Orchard, Ky., on New Sorghum tuolaeoes and new crop Saturday next. John Buchanan, one of N. 0. Bi)ur t llrittht & MetcaU'a. the Board. BEEM.res and Lay" R'in'. CurMnli, A.T. Xl'Nnelley has moved hla etock Citron, Viz. &.. "t T. It Walton's of harness to the room formerly occupied Peyton over h'a Livery StaBr.VEiiANCB linos will scre OTBters in by Dr. J. F. candy iiullinjr, Friday ble, which he will sell at cost for caih for any styln durlnit tie the next sixty days. evenini:. . er'nuv the Haas Hoc Remedy, tbo oriei-ni- l - We are now prepared to furnish all kinds ol tbe ruugb tbe latter Keep ennmntly on and agents lor planing talks. hand drewed tloorlng, celling, rich land doors, sash, blinds, mould),! Nrw I'jiuNre, New Raimns, Ckanbeh-jur- a No. and In separate tracts. Also J SO Aci'VH. of , at A All Ac3att lowest prices. Uap, near SUnfo-.d1 Knob Land eti Mason'a A Metcf. Briisht and Ckanhfmiy Sauce, r Jellies UIGIIT .0 JIETCA I.F. of this land has been lately mrreyed and any ono On lnTllle etrret. In StanlorJ. TIip lot contain wishing to purchase cm tee p:at uy caning on uie. ISniCK Two hundred and fifty tbons aad l'iiESKHVES at tho "Model Grocery." two RUM ml has ou 11 a romlortablo dwelling, Will sell low for cash or on any reasonable lime, fjloadid com crib, and, hard and wclMiuntcd, for Hale by Siiafkei; having returned, Stanford has slulilo, uige nuiulKT of fruit mnda onumermlcliUru w.,b interest atcpercen.; trees tnd " Henry Bauchman. Stanford, KT Tliiitioueur tlie most duslrab e resilience in tae two photograph establishments now. Mr. further purtlculart, apply to -I. . I bars a number of IIOUeriE Tiieiir wlU be a sinKin); at the Christian A. S. Byiogton holds forth on Liucuter place. Tor tfrnu snd M. JL.O- TJOltX XIullH, ITliio c'lurt'h Thtiredav nljjlit. The music-lovinOn Danville Avenue, tu fc'tanfjrd. Tbe house constreet (Yeailtnesand weanlings) that I will tell low snd tains 7 rooms, cellar anil porch. Lot well Improvpeople are cordially invited. with stalls, anyofioy flue females, aged ones stinted to 4th ed, stablesmoke Chouses buggy house, wagon shed, A DKES3 MM, followtd by a supper at aud a cistern, all Utkeof Plalnvtcw, a superior animal: or I will coal and In good new and The K.oie Smith Minion Bind, of the Yowe 11 Hall will be given at Hustonville, ref air. Knqulre on premises. eicnanga lor fat begs. Am overstockei. M-- t butinrss at XJ. 1IIGG1X8. A. M. t. Iiuzm outiur groceryioro toanotlicrItuator-TlllChriKtian Church, will give a candy pulling on the night of the State and llni? detcruilntd 2G.h, we are req'ie'ted to tillage In tiutlncts, I will oiler at public tale to Friday evenini; at Severance Bros'. Restau to state by Mr. I'. W. Green. , tbe blgaeit bidder, ou tbe pieiulrtu, ou Wk are out of the cotl trade and thoe indebtel to us will 'ewe call and Fettle OaSco on Laacittor tret, r xt iloor to 12 S A Joi'RMAl. We will pi nd out our next issue Thanks M.indltoSr oillct. Ottlie liouis trom lo vhrc m. ADeitbctltiiidmtntitcrcJ r. giving morning and a double number at nettuary that, VOn KALE, FOUR NAlbTE 1 I DesirableResidence iuJ tbe .lore cotnfortnble lUird ilO Avren, itnproveinenls, nil with wish to sell three small tracts of RocdHanjIng Fork Lanl, on contnlntns 1,1 Arros, one (10 BUILDERS ATTENTION! Iwu-ber- tn Wvatber-boardin- n wood-bous- SC-l- iiI'M,t3Unrord. fejliortiiorii FOR tSALEOR RENT. MY AND el Public Sale of a Good Farm. e, TJ-l- J. in Meat Cuttejis, lard cau, silt, Coiiiiitiionct's Sale s.ijje Saturday, Docombor 8th, 1885, Mr Karmol JS8 Acrei, 2 miles south of FARMING la tlKbt or the Mlddltbmg pike. Aald farm la la good state of cultlTatlon, uadr gooit fence and comfortably Unproved, luring on It a neat Garrard Circuit Court. cottage bouse o fire rooms, with cisteto at tb Wllllim Bruce's Devisees, I'lffr , vs. Win. Btuce's door, good stable, Ac. Tbe farm Is protablyre Uevliees, lerta , and James II, Bruco'a Heirs, best watered tu tbe coouty, belriR supplied wltn I'JUs.t vs. James II. liruce'a Uelrs, Deft. pure water from four never falling sprlug, and tlio By vlrtueofajudgmentof tha Girrard Circuit produces grain or qrass second to none. Terms lib- Court rendered in eacb of the above styled cases at eral JAB. It. TA I'l OK, Hustonrll c. November term, 1S85. the undersigned Master K. II Every Oje owln uioattire account win the court will, on the premises, j our buslous Commissioner of tali plense c uie forward and settle, Mespeclfullr. ttiT lie closed up at once. On Wodnesday, December 16, 1885, TAYLOK DUO'S. d Expose to public sale to the hltbttt and best bidder, ComuitH&ioncr'rt Sulc Huston-Title, DR. G. W.BRONAUGH black and Cayenne J'epper, butcher knivtp, in fact everything needed in hrg killing, for sle low by T. R. Walton. FINE LANDS! See the antics of the Bid Boy at the Opera House Thanksgiving night and you will fel more like being thankful lor the good things of life than erer. by Rsv. John Bell Gib'on Sunday got two kinds at once, that of pouring and immersion, for while the ceremony waa being performed the rain Has REMOVED his oitico to that of Judge Fhllli s on Lancaster street, opposite the Court-Hous- e. Boarding at Philip Nunnelley't, on same street. He may be found at his office or rooms at all hours except when professionally absent. PUBLIC OF A sall: 'tit. The parties baptized LTouso and Lot in Proachorsvillo. 76-t- came down in torrents A Lutherheim gees into letter Pear?, Not content with covering this page with the waste basket because the writer failed Bananas, Orange', Lemons, An, at Sever- their advertisement, Mestrs. Ilayden A to sign his name. It is strange that the oft Urapes, IWsijis, Fik-.A- r, Lyllo have wrapped their big itoro-housrepeated rule that all communications must ance IW.' i In a winding sheet of advertising matter have a responsible name to insure their firat sell you We will from now until the to Kanias or but and are publication, should not be thoroughly C;!! and see ua. They sre going Kood at bottom fisuree piling low to clo'e out. " known now. BriRht A Melcaif. We have received from the Home and A good but somewhat smaller crowd atpoa been aptoinled J. D. Atkins and EJward W. Farm a neatly gotten up account book, tended the Kink Friday nicht. The bH mailer at WiHiamsbtiru which betides a complete arrangements for stem to have a big time, but the majority Pitman at Pittsburg. keeping such memoranda, contains much of trem appear to forget that gallantry, if Tho price of the nothing else, ehould make them offer to PrnsoNS indebted to me by note on sc valuable information. mill rmifer a favor by nettling at boik is but 12 cents and the Home and Farm oka'e ith the jouui; ladies The mus'c by the Gold and Silver Bind was excellent, once aH I w ioh to eio-- o up my business. J. but .19 cenU a year W. Hay-ln- . In lris, Ml. Sterling, Richmond and Mr. J. T. Carson's Eb cornet solo being es (IroKOE H. Uiiuce has bought of other towm in which IIee,;e's Bad Bay rc:ially fine and ao loundl y encored as to Mu. A. A. n bia lot R''binin Open as usual next I has been jircseuted thia year, the papers cause its repetition. inc'udes a pave Friday night, at which time the hind will McKinney forSSOO. which are profuse in praise of the entertainment play the following selections: and report crowded audiences. The ment to be laid. VXUT I, says it is not only mirth provoking UoW.En"ilca'iT ot Anbiirn, N. Y. cay-c- d 1 A Pctteo the moral is as good as a pcrtnon. 2 Overturo Arlon 10 hour, and 15 hut that Boccaccio March Suppeo a hundred mile, in Gj and see him at the Open House, Thurs 3 All tbe and Ed. Walton Prendlvllle minute?. Charley Carson 4 Bend or Break (lalnp day night, 20:h. Schact that and not half try. could brat 3 Empress Polka Solo lor Cornet by Dr, C. S. MlLLEnMthej cka'. all trades and W. II. Penny by tbo Hepgo Marie Peru's Bad Boy a playtd since it was the same who ran the worthies telephone rewritten C Fidelity CjnipwT h.i been FraakcnQclJ Quickstep worthlessur-c- , has decampand thw who have seen it line into further 7 Wbcn tbe ItoblnsNcst Again Waltz. ..Howard played livelier and ed, leaving many creditors to mourn his abfucnier. 8 I. O. A. March Southwell .InceeaTHI rupt departure. This office holds a rememStansey 9 Kutscbke Polka Godfrey at the "tuition of brance of him In the shape of a note for 10 Mable Waltx the InuubewlH During tho intermission Mr. Sam M. Wllhtte t. telephone atork, which it woild disposo of Ilouf., Stanford, on it nt the Orcri Brcureyourtioiet. at once at a bi discoun. We hopo everybody will play on his large Italian Harp, accompanied l.y " i r f y d t y one of the MvulboM i i. j will not tpi-ti-i iwr it at cuce. Usnd. & Stagi!. Irom e hi I ...,( to the highest bidder, before tbe cenrt house door In Stanford on Monday, JJcu. 1SSS, tho House and Lot of about 6 Acres of Land In I'reacbeisvllle, known as tbe Benjamtn liouteu IiM-R-e proierty. Title goad and poss'sslon given Jan. 1. cash; remainder to 6 and 12 Terms one-thitn the poisenlon ol James II. Bruceat Owned and months on note with good security, payable In tno time of his death. The lands lie Immediater bank and bearing interest from date. ly upon the turr rise road leading from Lancast 75-t- d SIJjAH AXItEIlSOS. to Danville and on DU lllver. They He about 3 Lincoln Circuit Court. Maggie Campbell vs. Tat-a- y in les from Lancaster. S miles from Danville and 7 Ureou, Ac. Notleo of eale. u vo miles trom b auiora anaoa piaea ichuiuk high state ol lands are runuinttoa Judgment ol the Lincoln Circuit of these towns, Tbo Irom brushIn a undergrowth and cultivation, areclean Court, the undersigned Commissioner will, ou fencing. The lands will be and are under gocd ollercd In the lollowlng order; Monday, Docombor 7th, 1885, Tract No l.conUlulngSaS Acres and 28 Tolls door In On this tract Is situated the dwelling bouse and Comity Court day, before the court-hous- e therewith, same occupied 11 a.m. and 3 outbuildings connected htanlord, Ky., between be boura ol 11. Bruce at the time of his death, 'this to the highest r.M. .tell at public auction rtu Aerosol Land, bidder by James tho Improvements ou ttaro flrat-clo- ss tu formland and so much ot a tract of about Lincoln Circuit Co-r- t. erly owned by Liborty Green, as will satisfy pltt's eTir'.'W:'CV -lMlno9T :. Aert nn.l 5fi Pnlfi. ' Judgjucnt herein and tbo costs of this action. J Thos. V. Mil er vs J. E. Farrl, Ac Notice of 'i-- I ou rro.ni nf n and 12 months. Bond wit h ti.. .iinino'TrHrt No. i. adlolns tho lands ofthe Bale. b. Kobtnson aud V. approved security, payable to Com'r. bca.lnge lit Cook, J. K. Ilobinson, J. rutiutiui iub juugiucui unciu ot, mo umvuci nUinl ett;t of a and ot this court, tbe uiderslgued Corner will, on tir . from day of Tract No.3 contains 118 Acres and 16 Poles, lies term judgment. II', . .u ,i.,i.. Trr.i. Nm 1:111.12. abovo utsntlonod. 7b-Matter Com'r Llnevln Circuit Court, Mqndrty, December 1835, also a'ljotnlng Mrs. Bourne, and on Sleet's Branch. The tnrceacove wacw wuwu "'""', ", s be ottered fur Il'lcg County Court day, between 11 a. u. and 3 Coiiiuilruuoiit-r'Acre 1 Hood and 30 Po.'es, and will menMoned, then as eale In. three .reraratotlacts is l.nt .rill ruallvalhn V, u , ueiore lae court uouimuoor in cucuin,- ivy, . .. ,.1 lil.l.la......a.. Diinilnii fr. ,lia hioltAd n.il.ll I will sell The ami Valuable Farm Hanging fork JLaiid. COMMISSIONER'S SALE Valuable Buylnesa Slanforil. l!ouc in l.ln,( II'KtCI, 7th, Sale irl.. Valuable Farm on Dix River. itmi-lima- Ken-tucki- an Kago-Wal- tzes 1, "en Thanks-Riviuanih- of McKiberlH ' n Circuit Couit. N.T. Hughes, Ac, vs. Ju lia Wither, Ac. NotUe o. ialo autf to Lro.ltors Pursuant to a Judgment herein at tbe October containing 13 Acres 3 Roods ami 21 2d. term, 18J, or this court, and in otder tosittle tbo Poles Tract convoyed to J. 11. Bruce by Blaekerby's a. Withers, the undersigned Commisnuteof L. on heirs 'and alolus Tract No. 1 of lha William Bruce sioner will Ia3d!'Tft containing J J Acre, couveyel to J. II. Monday, Docombor 7th, 1885, Bruce by K. Byera and uujjlus iract No. 3 of the e door la C unty Court day, belsre the oTcred sepa3 p ai. WTbeihareSltra'ctaof land w 11 ) btaoford, between tho liouis of 11 a. a. and jiiir.il,,. lilphfst bidder at nubile auction, freu rately, then as a whols, and tho bid rttemd that from wld.w'a dower, ths old l.uneolo d Farm of wl reillia the most for them. TKBMS.-T- bo right ot way to sales will be mado on a credit of 0, 11X Acres and 23 Poles and a i? in, is months, tue imrciiaser w uxm.vv paya security, tho turnpike. j tug on the waters ot Dlx River, In loremnlamo uts. with ajiprovedper annum Irom .... .i iwr int. iinrinn having the force aud ttlect Lincoln county. Tr'tMs. Credit ol 6 and 12 months Bond with dav ol sue uutll paid, mav arproved n curlty nqulred, baarineO par tent olaJudeuetiton which execution land. Issue altir maturity. A Hen ntalned ou tho from day of saleatd having cU'd of judgments. U. V. KAVVV3IAS, All creditors of L.S. Withers, dee'd, a0 hereMaster Com'r Uarrard Circuit Court. with notlflidto pretcnt their claims, iroperly Persons desiring to se tho nbjve meutloned to tbe uiidwelgned Com'r at noun aud verified, by or liefore tbe Ifitli and survey ot same, or wishing any ills ofee In Htanlxril uloimatlin in regard thereto, will call ou or ad. Master Com'i Jntoln Circuit Court. flresaV.J LandrSm, Lnnoaster, Ky i court-hous1 most for the whole tract. And Is the land dovl- by Wm. Bruce to James U. Bruc?, Ac. Also , , . the lollowlng lands: 14 Atr.s a i.ooas aim ai 1st Tract coutaiDli-Poles conveyed to J. II. Bruce Irom tho Bland heirs ai.d adjoins Tract No. 2ofllie Willla Bruco ..llat .., 1 f.r ?. i 175-td- ) ffl-- large new brick buslnes house, ktiownas tbe rls A Ramsey hcuse.and the outhousrs on tauio lot, opposite the St. Asapb Hotel, In fctanferd, Ky .surjeel to tna itaseor ueo. u. tearen, enu ingFeb. 1, IS5K, of a rooo. fronting 1'J fed on rlrit door and 33 feet ou second floor, and his right of Iree access to tbe rear lot. but the purchaser of tho property to bo entitled to the r. uts trom the said . day of vVearen from the Tbe sale Is uiadu to satisfy Tbomii W Miller's per cDt from Arrll J' dgment for Jl.soo, with 0 5. 1S33, until paid aud his cos's herein, an.l Htn-r- y Baughman'a Judgment fur Jl,13 21, with 0 per cent, thereou from October 1, IBM, unt'I paid an! his costs lien In, and It. WUIUjis' judgment for 11.001 63, with 6 per ceU. thereon trom Fub. 1st, 1SJ5, until paid and bis costs, and a further for 3721, with Oner cent, from Juus 13, US4, until iald. and the Dauvlilo Plaalci: Mill Co.'s judgment for 1370 20. with G per cent, tbereon trom the 8tbaay of Marcb. 1831. H3til I'"M. sub- jfct tocicdltsof iW, paid Au;ust20, ISI, and jjopald March 20, J53J, audits costs hereto, Possession to bo given to the purchaser ths 1st day of Jimmy. 1S3C Thbms. CieiUtof C. 13 andlS months, In equal insttllmeuts. Bond required with approved seou- r ty, Uav'.nj hi-c- ' M J i' . iU and Uailng interest fiofntay of sale. III G. WEI.VIt, 7l-Master Coa.'r Llnceln Circuit Court, Far-seed jmlg-menl Ih. J u- - T9BHBrSiK: 'aBSMMULlUBHW Y N07ES OF CURRENT C1MUI)ATK. A.T DEATH VALLEV. treaio. post-mwt- A CALIFORNIA VALE AS , FATAL A3 Happiness results from that true contentment which Indicates perfect health of body and mind. You may possess It, if you will purify and Invigorate jour blood with Aycr's Sara K. M. Howard, Newport, X. II., I suffered for years with Scrofwrites : ulous humors. After using two bottles of Aycr's Sarsaparilla, I Husoiihoimor's Restaurant OrrostTB CooafUousu ol FOR CSUCHS iinu utto J US ft E. la W. J. Taylor tua at Green-bur- p. been nppolnte! THE QUEVO UPAS. at A .teuton VThero Mon Die of Thlrit Though riontjr of Wnter Ho Within Itaul- i- Candidate for AssMior, subject to tbe Democratic putr. J. KENNEDYtbo action DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY, Moala are serT.d at all hour. Qanie always on hand and In Its eeaaon, oysters fresh flsh, and aim-lidelicacies aerrod in all atyle, and on abort rwtfe-o- . I)ok out for tho sign ''Woodbine Koitau-ranand call when you are hungry. TT ar t" GEOKGE S. CAlirENTEK to tbe la a OndldMe for Coanty Clerk, subject tion of tbe Democracy. ac- d3gg&f Tarr & McGibben were fined di Lexington for polluting a stream with U1Int1oP9' K6T8. Sam X W, Jonea and 8m Small beappear gan an onslaught on the devil as he in St Louis Sunday. Wm, E Smith, the new Assistant Secthe dutie retary of the Treasury, of the position on Friday. -- On Friday President Cleveland receivvisitor ed one hundred and eightyeeven seven minutes -- best time on record. in collecAll of the republican revenue been removed but four and tor have now the basket. their head are ready ti fall in prominent law -- Col. Frank Water, a jerofLwington.dledat Diyton, Ga. As alike widely a lawyer and turfman he was ANew York court sentenced a to one year at hard labor in the pen fine itentiary, besides imposing upon him a of $500. -- Hon. John Charles Thompson, of of the Legislature, is rodsburg, Surveyor General of Wyto bo appointed oming Territory. Louis Summerfield, a Pole, shot and at killed his wife and Gotleib Eisenbaum, D C, Friday, because they Washington, were too intimate. Joe Mackin, the Chicago election ma mpulator and purjurer, has been taken to rethe Joliet Penitentiary, where he will main for five years. Fire broke out in the Erie county Infirmary, at Sandusky, 0., and destroyed the main building. Five of the 03 inmates perished in the fhmee. Martin Dyer hia teen sentenced in Boyd Circuit Court to ten Tears' im the prisonment for the killing ol MiKe a.euj less than two months ago. By the falling of the walls ol a burned building in New York, Mrs. Ann Kohn injured, was killed and six other persons dangerously. al of them The son of John B. Bowmin, ex May ssjassinated or of East 8t. Louis, who was reward of So, Friday night, his offered a 000 for the perpetrator of the deed. Alex. Fain, colored, a notorious bur glar, received a sentence of thirty five years in the penitentiary, at Memphis, Tenn. The jury in the Baldwin murder cise Atchison, Kas., returned a verdict of at killed murder in the first degree. Baldwin share of their deceased his sister to get her father1 estate. -- Hawk Bros , of Winchester, and Capt Yarrlngton, of the C. & 0 have purchiwd a the Kanawha Falls hotel, and will build cottages and other improvements number of necessary to converting it into a watering kD wife-bja- ler l'ccullnr Atmospheric Condition. Scientific American Tlio name Is foarfully suggojUsre, and yot fow places In tba world dosorvo ibelr appellations so well as doos tho Dtwttb valley of California, nor is It oaay to find any other locality In any country whatever which gathers about itself so much thRt Inspires horror and dread. A region vhr. a man can dls of thirst whllo ho has water within hU reach, mora than bo can drink, may well boar the most terrible title that can bo given it; and this name Death valley-gi- ven from the first known event in Its years ago, will doubtless history, thirty-fir- e cling to the spot to the end of time. It is in the southeastern part of Inyo JIANOSIIKIJIKK Sj CO.. Ky. llUantlllo, J. M. JOHNSON countr, sub-- Found great relief. It has entirely restored mo to health." James French, Atchison, Kans., writes : " To all persons suffering from Liver Complaint, I would strongly recommend Aers Sarsaparllla. I was afflicted with a disease of tho liver for nearly two years, when n friend advised mo to take this medicine. It gave prompt relief, and has cured mc." Mrs. II. M. Kidder, 41 D wight St., Boston, Mass., writes : " For several years I havo used Aycr's Sarsaparllla in my family. I never fed safe, even AssoMor of Lincoln I. a Candidate forot Kt to the action the DeuiocT. J PHOTOGRAPHY I Aty. - WILLI cratlcptrtj. C. HARNETT OlLouttrlllo, hat plich.J hla tsnt In titanford wb.r. be will m.ko Cabinet Thotographsa specialu. S BYINOTON IV. T. SAIINDEI18 FARM FORiSSALEt I oflor for sale'tiiTVarui of ltH Acre ol line Illuo.UrauUnd, 2 lulleaHoutb of HuitonTllle, lu alghtofthe Mlddteburg pike. Tho farm la In a good stato ofcultlrtlon,uiiJtr g feuce and one of tbo boat watered Farms In Muco n county. Tbe improTementa ronilst of a neat cottage homo of 5 rooms, a spl.ndld cistern at thodou, gooj stable and all neciusar r outhnuses. If early application Is made, will sell at a bargain. II not sold smo, I will rent aald Kami lor isstt. ? ;- -jr. TA VLOll, HusIoqtUI.."" fift-- lf I.. Candtdat.lorJ.ller, the Democracy. subject to tho action ol H. county, California, and the point at'whiah 110 of 45 degrees the meridian SO 10 degree)! minutes west crosses minutos north is as nearly as possible in its contor of horrors. Probably only one other spot of which we have any knowledge, tho Ouevo Upas, or Vale of Poison, in Java, exooods the fatality of Death valley. The valley itaolt is forty miles by eight, running nearly north and south, and every portion ot thU is desert and barren In the extreme, a is in Caot the entiro surrounding oountry; but s narrow central space along the eastern aide, about fifteen rullos in length, embodies the typical features of their highest Intensity. Into this very fow persons have evor gone, that la, who returned to tell too talo, and what Is here related pertains to the higher and comparatively moderate parts toward the borders of tba valley. ATM03PUEB10 CONDITIONS. Clerk ot Lincoln, a Candidate fo.:Counlr Tto tin action ot tho Domocracy. T. M. PENNINGTON sub-- "i JUDGE W.O. HANSFOBD I. .Candid.,, iitjeci 10 ire for County " -- " AH a. ; from tr tt th ctm bsim. tvtM im. i mill ilftkiDf It th fUtjtbvta H(4U ftf tUftf III tlmvlitlftf ir4tArkat frlailfl Uttl Ioamdi ,od itlna r i it im rroialtlU wtb rlf nwrnitif U uft th fit nmbr th chill tmMM Uh th ltilBC mc u 'ftpitl Msith lWbn mullein fltUi, jft-mtb It lit rrU tUBtf Th $t iihrt4 'aitt U'i At Home without it. As n liver medicine mid general purifier of the blood, It has no equal." 3Irs. A. B. Allen, Wlntcrpock, Va., writes: "My youngest child, two years of age, was taken with Bowel Complaint, which we could not cure. Wo tried many remedies, .but ho continued to grow worse, and filially became so reduced lu flesh that wo could only move him upon a pillow. It was suggested by ono of the doctors that Scrofula might bo tho cause of the trouble. Wo procured a bottle of UnC0"" '" LUMBER! Dressed Pino Plooring, Ceiling, Weather Boards, Finishing Lumber, Qreen Lumber in tbo Bouqb, including Latbs and Shingles. and vicinity w. hare arranged with ilea. to keep on his yards an assortment where they can got It as cheap as from usdlrect. II. will alto make estimate, for any bills not on hands, which ws will all on short notice. JIELVIS Jb A VtH, J UDGi; T. W. VABNOX . WALTER A. TAYLOR, AtTnti,Q. 1.4 OR HIOflEHA lll'CKLKHKRRY CORPUL f m wry ws Cblkl PUrtb' Pj TmUiU. trU aim ft r Ttfto tiiiiDn th Bsttt iDfli Kiif for Ciihi, Cr(v fmj ts4 win sjtjf ! pTtbl, citt ttttttri4i . 11 fh, fp t tie 4rB(iit. lloth for nt bj- - Dr. M. L. 110 U USE, rtiif HUnford. J. D. HWOPE of Lincoln, subject LOGS WANTED. I will pay tho highest price for good, sound Walnut. Cherry and Hickory Logs delivered at any station of the L. & N K. O. or O. S. R. ' J. R. 0TTENHEIHEB, Crab Orohard, Ky & MISSISSIPPI R. W Th. Direct Bout, lo It. Candidateoffor County Cle.k tho Democracy. I, a candidal. . r I'orthaconTenltnreof our customers In HUn-for- d It. W'riiren of our Lumber, !S-- u GKOKGE H. COOPER to tho action ui m. w ,.ri..Vnl Lincoln, subject w -.- "XI. -- It Lily, Ky. and commenced giving It to him. It surely worked wonders, for, In a short time, he much the greater extent of tbo Upar portions ot the valley. But the wB falls to was completely cured." afford its usual lite giving valus from two Sold by all Druggists. causes. The first ot theso Is the heat. Ot coursa this is moderated during two or three Prlco $1; Six bottles, $5. of the winter months, and tor thJ fpaoe of Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, time a residence on tbo borders of Death Mass., U. S. A. valley is possible without any ejccsedlng great rl.k. But this soon passes away, and tho furnace is in blast. By about April the average (of day and night) Is from W to W degrees; by May it is 05 to 100 degrees; and a little Iator it average! over 100 degree, reaching ofton 130 to 123 degrees in the coolajt place that can bo found If this was with a damp atmosphere it would stifle any human lifo with great rapidity, but a oer-tai-n IS WAIIRANTISD to euro Fecr and amount ot dryness enables lc to bo Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, borne with more safety. Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fovcr, Here, however, comes in the second of the Dengue (or llroak-liono- " Fever), Liver two evils which hare been indicated; the Complaint, and all diseases arising from Malarial jwliouj. dryne&a of the atmosphere. This is so excoesivo as to bo in many instances fatal, "Ilarpcrs, S. C, July 0, 1SS4. In splto of every precaution. The writer has "For eighteen months suf-crc- il noror tasted the full sererity of thji feature in Death valley lUelf, but his experience with Chills and Fever, along its immediate border renders him having Chills every other day. ready to give full credence to the statement that many cases of death have occurred After trying various remedies recommended to cure, used a "when water was plenty, but could not bo drunk fast enough to supply dram bottle of Aycr's A$ut Cure, and caused by the deslccatlve power of tba dry, have never since had a chill. In fact, in one instance he him-ee- lf hot air." EDWIX EARPEIi." nearly reached that condition, and a P rRErAKED BY beat and At Thomaston, Me., the murderer of lew hours longer of tho own namedryness a mem 2 " Willkinson," was hanged would othave placel bis Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Moaa. Officer Lawrence, those its victims. Sold by all Druggists. Frldar. As the noose was being adjusted IN TIIE VERY POCL'S. It has been said that birds drop dead in he said to the sheriff: "You fellows get Hawfifty dollar a day for such work." He had attempting to cros the voile). He. kins, whovlsitod it in 183.!, saytjhat be to say. nothing furihr "picked up, at different times, two little Minnie Turney, a school teicher at birds, a mile or so from water, whose bodies were still warm, baring ovldently tut just Simervllle, Mass., compelled a bodies ot men and named Wiley to chew a piece of dropped dead." The to be boy horsee are liable encountered at hould be your crowning glory. Aycr's was their pepper as a punishment. His mouth any time; they hare been found within a Hair Ylgor will restore tho vitality and days afterwards he mile of water, and in one case with water badly burned, and three color of youth to hair that has become still la their canteens, and a supply of food died from a sore throat. thin and faded; and, wbcro the glands nro as well, showing that tho cllmato was tbe Twelve life prisoners in the Kentucky cause of death. not decayed or absorbed, will cause a new growth on bald heads. With these foots in view, it is not unreapenitentiary work at chairmaking. Not syr ATT" 'he youthful color and vigor one of them is under six feet in height. sonable to say that the name Death valley J.'- Boldiers. is well bestowed. And if this is the stato of x of the hair be preserved to old Eleven of them are on tbo elevated borders, ranging things eubmis-sivn;e? Read the following, from Mrs. O. They are all industrioii', obedient, from l.BOO to 3,000 feet and more above the Norton, Somervillc, Mass. : " I havo used sea, what must bo the heat and tho tlrj-miand uncomplaining. Aycr's Hair Vigor for the past 30 years ; Jefferson Davie has in tbo very locus I For ono of the addiThe venerable and, although I am upwards of CO, my tional wonders of Death valley is that its kindly promised to contribute to the Creole central region lies away bolow the lerel of y hair Is as abundant and glossy as Depirimjnt of the New Orleans Exposition the sea. Thero is perhaps no othor spot on when I was 25." ryrx assured, that a trial of Ayer's Hair n life pjrtralt of hib youngest daughter, the globe which at so great a distance from 159 tbe ocean reaches tuch a depression i5Ju Vigor will convlnco you of Its Winifred, as a companion pieca to the por- feet. Tbe Daad sea, with tUe gorges of tbe powers. Mrs. M. E. G01T, Leadville, Col., trait of Julia, daughter of Stonewall Jack Jordan and tbo Arabah, of course greatly writes: "Two years ago, my hair having exceeds this, but it is not widely separated almost entirely fallen out, I commenced Oj last Tuesday, on hia farm in tie from the eastern parallel border of tbo y the use of Aycr's Hair Vigor. my part of Million precinct in thU coun-- t, Mediterranean. lower hair Is 29 inches long, flue, strong, and years, Phillip Davis, aged saventy-eigh- t Dnnclnc at Saratoga. healthy." was burned ot death. A fire had broken Ell Perkins Letter. T)T1'M"i7ire7T7'n anJ strengthened fencing and other property, Dancing has almost ceasod at tbe waterout Involving JXjl!iXurV JklJ by the e of and dismounting from his horse, he en- ing places. The ball rooms are beautiful Aycr's Hair Vigor, the hair regains Its and tbo band music is expansive and inspirdeavored to extinguish the flames and ing, but it is out of fashion to dance. Fifyouthful color and itallty. Iter. H. P. Richmond Reg- teen years ago as soon as tho baud struck Williamson, Davidson College, MeeUen- his clothing caught fire burg Co., N. C, writes: "I hac used ister. up there would bo a scampering tor the ballroom floor. Many fight i occurrod because Ayer's Hair Vigor for the last ten years. The hickorynut is now brought into of gallants dltputin about partners or It is an oxccllent preservative." y is said to make most palatawhen tbe about localities to dauco. tiblq use, and tho use of Aycr's Hilr Vigor, Geo. tj-v- t ble food. Crushml and used in the same baud strikes up a fow children whirl oif. in iJ X A. Dadmnn, Waterloo, Mo., had are fre tho round dances, while tbe young ladles sit way tkat cracklings and pumpkins his hair restored to its original healthy around the room and wait Later ou a few is said country people or villagers walk condition. He was nearly bald, mid very quently used in making wearily gray. He writes: Only four bottles of to ba excellent. Bilow we give a rule tor through a square danco or two, and the groat ball ends. I asked a young tho Vigor were required to restore my hickorynut cake: "One half cup lady why dancing was going our, hair to Its youthful color and quautit; ." of bitter, two cups of eugar, and four eggs, "O, it's horrid," she ..aid. "Dancing will sepirately; three cups of fbur, one do among a crowd of romping girls in $4 TTQTWr' AJ"crs Hair Vlgorcuresdls-beateu dlVi eases of the scalp. F. II. muslin half op of sweet milk, two tesspoonful of you nro dresses, but dancing isn't nice when drossod in a $300 Worth dross with Foster, Princeton, Ind., writes: "I had of hickorynut bakim nowder, two cups point lace sleeves. It molstons tho powder been troubled for years with n dNeao of kera.l minced, one teaspoonful extract of on your face, bangs down your hair, nor- - the scalp; my head was covered with danspiiM your droAss and makes you feel Vanilla. druff, and the hair dry and LaiMi. Aer's sticky all over, A refined man is disjustod Hair Vigor gave me immediate reliof, pulling, sticky glrL" the decision of the Special Court in at a Of cleansed tho scalp, and rendered the hair "Then what .kail the girls do in the ballDemothe Corneliaon case the HarroJ.burg soft and pliable." room!" I askod. ys: This givea the culprit another crat 'Why, sit araund and see tbe fools danco, breathing epcll and wears away the ragged as they do in Chiiiii. You can't talk whou of popular condemnation until the you nro dancing. It destroys everything eil mental. How much better t sit in tbo PIIEHAKEI) BY injury to the deceased and the araault upon corner with a nio youn man and talk and Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass,, U. S. A. well nigh forgotten. Match tbe boiling crowd of country lunatics, tUu public are For sale by all DrujgM. fhould suffer end suffer acutely, treading ou oach other's toes, as tho runs down their facol" too, for his cowardly act, and it is the grave fault of the special court or the law that Invisible Wire. Exchange the righteous judgment of the publ!c is Ire can be iliawu to fmt) that Platinum yrimptly executed not Can lie Cured. it is no longor visible to tbo "nakod" oyo, Robert Burns Wilson, who writes in and can only be felt It can be seen with a -- t hs Hy- Thoie prlir 110 magnifying gluss wbon the wire Is hold pepoia or liIndigestion, di. a 'i Inyo-call- o up ati'l ore, rhyme, and is therefore a poet, in an againn wbito pajier. It is usod in telo'oopos present time hat bat'lnl the nk i). ilmt unwt to the u( ib to Julius Cajar, exclairae: "Ah, unil elmllur instruments, plijak.ati-- , 1. iln tiiionic hare their vUla In Vfnoik, TheiTuip. Juliui, master spirit of thy age,"&c. The it fVellDijof toiiinrelosof nipetU,iiiof l'ircct or Cold u Tin. nu-icafamiliarity with which Mr. Wilson Iiillnefsor welSt in 'lis"in cli. cMy C'lilcazo Times. , .lull ma iu vomiting, lUtuleu r kMJI- addresses imperial Ciuiar by his first name Huicutiits In Russia are interested in the the lie A wltli a sciimit'in of li ! t fire at discovery that extreme cold convorts tiwtj lrrfRult ity of l tin tiei fallow kln. Icriit)k,e i'M.it .' - kd) nut leada.ua to hope that he will next mats containing largo iuifrniieutlr (.tlpluiioti cf tru ' ' and begin it, "Ah, Billy.- "- into a Hhakaspero, ) cavities. In one instuuee tho pljies of a II nil HtetuUvrttig witii aljjr tii . lUptOIUS rClnotnnati Enquirer UuhcIi urgm! wore so altera! by cold as to DK. HOLT'S The colored tiiotilo of a Kansas town be bo no lougor sonorous. 13 3 gan a "protracted meeting" in August Lampblack and strong vitear is ' with1881, which has continued ever elcce 'or n pilot for h!ii, ForsaJeb r. out omitting n night. ge-w- The dangers are the result of atmospberio conditions solely. Laok of water may be n fatal evil, but this can bo avoidant supplloa of water may be carried, or bettor still, it Is now tolerably well ascertained tjn4 water la available by sinking oven ftiivllar wells la Sarsaparilla ITER'S to the I., candidate for Circuit Clerk, subject tion ol tho democratic party. JAMES P. BAILEY PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSIC, die We are agents for tho old land reliable John Church Co., of Cincinnati. Ohio, for lb. aal. or Organs, Automatic Musical Inatrumsnts and Musical Merchandise In Lincoln and (larrard cotintle., Kentucky. JloHthlu M'avment received until paid for. The bent utatutanl Ilaxallon sub. tiirffcrr: Wm. KnabeA Co., England Bros., Decker A Bon, Kveratt and N.w llano., cither upright or fxiuar. In Organs, th. following makers: ("lough A Warren, John Church ACo. and th. Hterllng. with th. latent acn s, T.D.NEWIiAND Jit .:"onfnV.i.mocracy. ... oui(f T.tneoln county, W. L. g??"'--f- DA1VHON , for Uncoln County, Vh.rD.mocrattc party. sub-ft- ? M. SAM.. .. OWENS rvuintT. ?;ifrof-D.mocao tl.ln party lUb- - Automatic Musical tno met forfeit In th. world. catalogue, tent Ire to all who apply, Illustrated alsotb. beat reference, from thoa. who haro bought and tried any of tb. atom musical Addresa us at HtanfoM, Kj. N. II. Aj I.. COOIi. Wmf-o,aInatru-tueotS7-l- CMi'iei JtellM n The Attachment, a. J. St. Louis & tho West f.OOINTILI.13 or CINCINNATI. direct runtiectton at Impress on tb. Louts and all points West. from IouIstIII. TH TTonro Only to t. Louis, being ur Clncln-X- J nati b two hours quicker than any other line, (iilo our passengers for turals and Orst chulc. of srats In trains time golDf Weal. Ague Cure I AYER'S D. H. CARPENTER Attorn.y, for reflection ai County i. . rndldto action of the Democratic patty. to MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. Propr E. H. BURNSIDE, This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Roputation, AMD Northwest and fouthwut by tb. way of th. Learloj All Tym'no latlll. iralllS tliOM JAMES YV. ALCORN Cbatlanooa-- tor Lou-ii- ll an J Cincinnati msk. Mluta with th. Light-nlOhio A Mlssiultirl lor et nt In tho th r.ril Idat. forthCircuit Judi. Democracy. action of tn. R. C. WARREN I. Candid.,, lor to tho cm, .f CJ- -- "r.enct to th. acAonot the Democracy. O. i. . r.n.tl.Utit vt for CommonwMlth'i Attorney of .abject to th. action Its Proprietor is Determined that it 8hall bo Second to no Country Hotel in tho State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of In. 12Hours Quiokor Jtiffi!:vf& goln by way uf Chicago. II. WADDLE o. St Lonis &Tm. Always makea t. I their Guests. Fast Timo and Suro Con d. With all Lines at the Democratic parly. Ilaotrage wlllbe conveyed ta aid from tk. BIIUNIUIU..IIU., .WV. lo Commercial Trarelers. The liar will alwa;a (applied with tbe ckolc.it braadaof Llq.ors aad Clears. .I,, 5 nootions ,.l.l S -- When o- fneeding anything in tbo lino M 1 C 1 o and Intermedial points No FcrrlvH, No Om nl iuk Trim forn. Pinnyuttl. anai nine-year-o- ld Your Hair Wall Paper Decorations, Paints, oili varnishes, winaow uia.s. - " Painters' Sannlies Qenerally, A. L'EIs f I 1 D : 5 i tr 3 z. ? rn.ti.rn "- 33 u C a I t Ifl v w"'- SuthwV.nt!nin",K0""t If you ar. going W(st to any Mint, call writ, to th undesigned. '? Mi on or E. Gibbous, 3tl St., Dnnvllle, and brand b.s a full, bo new atock ol all tho aboio good., which tho propose to dlio.olat That Ne.rthoro.t-offlre- . Oer k " a C 9 il cr tJL0,T,?nDi.'?it!:9 In'onaatlon In regard to Ac, In th. Wratern Mtales, Map., (IuIJm and lowwt special ralr. lor Ticket, and Household Goods to all potnu West rail on or addreM I'aaaeozer Ag't Ohio XT... A Figures Most ReasonableIh.LIa rlllM. ii rir. 31 ; P ir l S l r H s- - at htaitore a better assortment to moroa.turactory rricci iuuto--v.w. select from ai If B. ? Cfl r S g R II o itI s t i 5 g Mississippi W. fUUtra t W. PEAItODV. Il'Sha-pt"- . ' & t I t. Y, . I'AHIM, f.ntral Taaaenger Cluclnnatl, Ohio KENTUCKY , illuc-GriiNH Agent. e B e s Window Glass. Mixed Paints and Fine Varnishes a Specialty. 1QW a s c ! 'j. 3 ? H E cn Bd K CENTRAL R. fi. C 2 3 Itoiile." to-da- C2.t Dr. E. Office ''Nickorson, J. rri.i..l utrat M Itanvllle. kT. - 1 1 1 2 i r r s ffi B i Shortest and Quiokest Boute from Oen tralKentnokyto all Points North, Last, West and Southwest. a w r t ! w LEXINGTON Schedulo BOOTU'ISOCSD. ) Fast Lin. lletwen 1 ! g a In Effect Oct. 11, IMS. CINCINNATI Ko." 4 Ho.ll-F.i. No. 6, Kr Hun. Dally Hun. 3 00 p 1 SI p i 11 p S IS p fl 17 To-da- Physician and Surgeon, at Central Hotel, Danville, Ky. C no g- Lt. " " t'ynthlaua... Corlngton .... Falmouth ... . r 3 s- - C IlltllAri u-- Pllert No "l Cured. FlMlulii Pcrlecllj ? 2 B ra 5; Lt. Arr. " " ? 5 ? 2. llowland I. to. ItlchiiiDnd. " Ijtncuter Itlchmond l'arls Winchester. "l . 10 am It 10 pro u ,vs a ra t st pun II Oi a uii 10 vy pp.! 11 40 a in1 It nn i. ... .!.... H 17 pni S m m m m P in u . 1 11 a ui 11 o pm 2 00 p iu 5 IS ji ui i7"m" u t u pm ', . 7'iJ ptr filo p in p m C Ou pm' To-da- Knifo, Ligaturo or Cauatio Usod. Mild. No Dotentiou', Prom Business. Xo Arr. lterei...., " l.lrln.'iton. Koitii-Boun- . 04 p iu a so p iu .. A 00 a in i No. II . no. 8 (O 3 j No. I . I.lTlngston..... llerea lllchtkOIld ... llowland corn-brea- d Treatment ms I U Cure Cciluin ami L'ernianeiit. Cure, No PflJ. p4 i pn w - vasSag? Q&. 1 $ . . Arr Winchester.. art Itlchmond ltichiiiond Lflxlnzton Ltnrastcr ,k wfztiaifr i.t( I'arls ('rntlilaua Falmouth . I .. . I Special Attention also Given to Chronic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, Women. As well as ull Diseases peculiar to . t- - XT t.a " ,"-y nhla rnnmlltril frOO moucrato. offlio at all ofVhargo and will bo found at Oii "G $0frft Girlnglon.Ju NOBTII-IlOUN- ,.i $ 03 a m I. .. II 00 a m .. I. ot m 1 7 p in 7 08 IM 2 23 ami a is K tr I 3 25 ii m T'iA. mi i 40 p 111; 4 20 pui 8 20 a in S 30 p iu, 6 JO pm 8 53 n til 3 JS i in1 3 Slpra u "i a iu 4 4fi p nil C 87 pin o SO a ml R fn .. ,, ..., w y ... a , L... ,,m ,,IO'2 urn .Jj ,W ml. 7 15 am,., am,. ji rod-face- ..... jr. Swift's Specific MAYJSVII.M: 1IU.VMIII. i". 7 8 Ayer's Hair Vigor, &K. Cor-nelis- Dyspepsia & Asthma eml-orrt -s Two-llilr- Is.'rrtltire'swn rcinely, made fiom roots gathered Lto Corlngton. times tjr tho next turco uiomu.. " Ixlngtun Iroin ths fjretti of (leorgU. Tho metbod by which By pormlaslon ho rof.r. to the lollowins llanley, (I. A. Lackey, H. ,Irw'" It la mad. was obtalnod by a half.brcrd from the Arr.Mlllorshurg.., Judii a. I'. Lee, utn- - Crook In 11am wh;iuliall(l a certain jiortlon of Dannie P. Temnle. John M. Hpoonamore, Slra took, ' (ioorgl.i, which was communicated to one ol tho Jotinson illlo Ky.jIloT.J.A.Iloglo, l1"10"'1.",,"- II. MayiTllli. early settlers, gnd.thus the formula liu been hand8. Itobln.on, Lancaster. Sutton, J. H. Walker, C. C. Cbrliman. KlrksTlllo, Ky.i J. day. The abovo cut reped down to tho prev-n- t Jobn.on.Bryaut.Tllle. Ky.;J. P. Uanle i, iMcKIn-neOeo. resents the method of nunufacttire twenty yrara Ky ; O. J. Bosley, Lebanon, A. A. McOlnds, BowHnj, pjo, by Mr. C. T. Swift, one of tbe pretetit pioprl-otor,0 Orcun. Ky.; Oeo. Bohon, Judge J. W;J Tho demand has becu gradually Increasing Lto MsysTllle Uarrojsuurg, iy., v. ."i . until. 1100,000 laboratory Is now necvswiry tosui-pl- y th. trade. A foreign demand lias been crcattd " Mlllersburs and enlarged facilities will ba utcessary to meet It. A" l'arls Lealnglon This great r: HOCTIt-llOt'S- "'t Ki. Huo.'Er. Hun. 3 00 p m 23 a in 4 20 p in 20 a in 8 21pm o n a mi ... i pm ... fi ra tn ;. ... OS a M 7 07 n m in jo bo a in 7 (V0 i m 81, Ually N"oTr I)r Dally o""'"i '8' s. Kx. bun. Kx. Hun 5 43 a mi 2 43 7 8 NoTfiT Dally nta pin " CiTlngton I. II 30a 9 10 a ic 111 13a n 48 a m I 4 17 A Clear Skin is only a Vogotable Blood Purifier Cancer, Cattirrh, Scrofuln, Eczcmn, cers, KlicniiLitlbiii, Ulonil Taint, Ul- 8 is p m 6 10 pm 8 43 pin vr- -'i I .ile. but it is a part. ;" fomi-cryatali- Dy spepiic wir.t. lull? Every lady may have it at least, what Magnolia luoks like it. Balm both freshens and beautifies. part of beauty Hereditary or otherwise, without tho use ol Mer, cury or rotasli. I3ooks on "Contagious Wood I'olson" and nBlooJ W nnd bkln Dlteasea" mullp.1 fito. for talo by all druggints. THU BWHT SI'IXiriC CO., Gl Drawer S, Atlanta, (In. K. Y. IS7 ?d St. "J .1 .11. 1.!.. an.l ii.. cluster. Islington ami Corlngtouj other tralm B.UMn.i. ouiMin. JJlrcci conn, etlonsnre made at Wlnelieatrr with Chesapeake A Ohio for Ml. Sterling. Aahliind. Huntington, Charleston, W. Va., Mid I'aatern clt. lea. I'fiat T.lnA. Vr.a 1 An.l f ... -- I. ...I.... . '"" "" "inriiesier HolM Trains, wllh Pullman Hletplng Cars Utwwt Cincinnati and Klehmond, Va , and Wlneheitet ni... .....iiiiiiiifir., v. .1 , . Thrfiiiirli flililk i;iitiihM " tii...a. ..I I -- i io any ilestlnAtlou r.uclieil by railroad. o. r. ji. juiiiiar., w. 11. WIIITTMMEV, I'oatonger A gQ.it. Trar. I'bm. Agent. NnTH.H.1'rillli.3 Jv ,. """0 c.w.w,'kjrIauagtr. - "rural H.w.,,.!?,1;Kr .j . .'. if