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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885120101 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. weeklii VOL. XIV. ntef STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1885. if luminal -- v NO. 78. To All Whom It May Concern. On account of the dissolution of our present firm, to take effect January 1st, 1886, we have and are COMPELLED TO REDUCE OUR LARGE STOCK And realize all the Cash we can. In order to make quick work of this matter, as the time is short, we will offer every article in our store AT AND BELOW COST FROM THIS DAY TO DEC. 31, INCLUSIVE. We intend to work a few weeks for the glory and our loss will be your gain. Never, never were such Bargains in CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES.EAT S,CAPS, LADIES' & GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS Offered before. It is a forced sale for a few weeks, where the word profit is left entirely out. To quote prices for every article in our stock would take more room than we have on our paper, but here are a few to give you an idea what we mean when we say at and below cost: GUTS BY J B '"(yKY J Klass & Levi I 2Ac Good Calico Boat Indigo liluo Calico Good Bleached Cotton Fruit of the Loom Cotton Great Western Cotton Good Brown Cotton Beat Plaid Cotton Beat Ginghams Beat Dreaa Ginghams Good Bed Tickiug Beat 10-- 4 Sheeting Good Heavy Canton Flannel Good Bed Cotnforta Good Coweta per yard GAc per yard GJc per yard 7Ac per yard Gic per yard :"iAc per yard 7c per yard 7Ac per yard 9c per yard 8c per yard 20c per yard 7Ac per yard 7uo apiece 40c each Largo Bed Spreads All-Woo- l Flannel Mens Undershirts Men's Canton Flannel Drawers Good Jeans Ladies' Nice Vests Ladies' Custom made Button Shoea Boots, calf skin Ladies' Calf Button Shoes Ladies' Button Shoes Ladies' Front Laco Shoes Men's Boots, whole stock Ladies' Fiont Loco Calf Shoea Ladies' Rubber Overshoes a Pai5 75c each Men's Rubber Overshoes a Poun.d Batting l(jc per yard Best Cotton 25 a Pa,5 Ladies note 25c each Men's Nice Suits ? 25c a pair Men's Jeans Suita lCc per yard Men's Nice Suits 8 :" 40c each All wool Suits 5i J Pants 82 to S3 50 " Boys' Nice Suits $2 ? Boys' Nice Suits 81 50 Children's Nice Suits JJ ' - iU 81 25 OklM.on'o Kina Rnita.. A"V"Sq Children's Nice Suits 81 25 50 to Nice Hats ff 50 81 75 Men's 51 Coats Men's Good Jeans 85c 81 35 Good Jeans Pants : and Newmarkets at very low prices. 30c a pair Full lino Ladies' Circulars All-wo- '. All-wo- -- Ladies, dont' spend a dollar for Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, &c, till you have seen our goods and heard our prices. Don't delay; remember this is no old trash we are offering, but FSESH, NEW, STYLISH GOODS, We will onlysell at these prices at Retail and to no merchants, except for their own use. This is done to give every one a fairjehance at these bargains. SPECIAL All bought this season. 1STOTICE- KLASS & LEVI. COME EAKLY AND AVOID THE RUSH. You can saxe on every purchase at least 25 per cent. Stanford, Ky, Nov. 26, 1885. saa Mi 1 rttf Stanford, Ky., under the law; Wey. raise military companies on the same bull twice. Mna.E. T. Rociibstkr has gone to Blackmanja prominent prohlbi- W. 8. and for the same purposes as the whites; visit her sieter. Mrs. Thompson, at Louis The death of Vice Present Hendricks that a normal echool be established for tionlntof Atlanta, has become insane from ville. the great excitement of the recent campaign .Ml. Mmmlrir from n active inhere of them or permit their1 scholars to attend tho MissRrtODA Lunsforo has returned in that city. existence a prudent, upright, patriotic and State be Unlverslti: that school-house- s from a visit of six months to relatives in thereby inflicting Only two Presidents and two statesman, built out of a common fund; that educaj are living to day Gen. Atthur Missouri. a national calamity, fall with especial tion be made compulsory; that court officers Dit Goldstein, the great optician will honored by" and R. B'. Hayes of the former, and Hanweipht on the party which he of combe here lo 6t glares to thu eyes r 03 compelled to include the names his leadership and which delighted to non-o- petent colored men in the panels for juries; nibal namlin and William A. Wheeler of of any who miy need them. him. In addition to the widespread that stringent laws be enacted to prevent the latter. Mr. M. 0. Wk&rkn is now running It is a cause of regret that Mr. Car Brief that it has caused, it has a large effect mobs from assembling to mete out summa lisle',! bad health will not permit him to aa mall messenger on the K. C. and "catchtho republi-caon political affairs, for it elves ry punishment without regard to the law Probi-bl- y es on" to tbe business well. Senate the rkht to eelect his (successor and to prevent railroads from discriminat- attend the Hendricks obsequies. Misses Annie and Marie Varnon, no one regrets the fact more than Mr. aa presiding officer of that body, who will ing against then. An addrefs was issued of Le Summit, Mo., are tbe quests of their VIe Carlisle himself. by virtue of that election be the congratulating the negroes upon their imcousin, Miss Mary Varnon. Hon. Z. F. Smith, an ex SuperintenPresident to succjed to the office of Presi- proved condition, exhorting them to seek Mr. R I. CiuwVORrt; of Iiouisville, dent on the death or inability of Mr. their rights by a positive but prudent dent of'Pabllo Instruction for Kentucky, has returned after a two weekY visit to his besucceed is to be urged for appointment to Cleveland 80 but one life now stands course, to practice economy, secure educa- daughter, Mrs. A. S. Moflett. tween us and a return to republican rule, tion and maintain high and noble charac Gen John Eaton, Commissioner of EiucaProp. James B. Walton, chclf of the Can alwaji be it tired by you, If you area competent Shnrtluint HVfrVr. Thli you may bo- come In a lew montha, it very little eapenta, by entering tbe andinthii day of cranks an-- scoundrels ters. A committee, which included G. W. tlon, who h roalgned. Preparatory Department of Centre College, is a Blender thread upon which to hang Gentry, was appointed to bjar the petition that MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. tiliur.liuml riiMWufe at LonlMvllIc, KyM or NhhIivIIIc, Tciiii', paid' hit cousins here a short visit last thVdernocrats' hope of retaining till the week'. to tho Legislature and urg a' compliance hilHharlbanJaaJ Typewriting elalma our baI attention, our ituJend can rnclta. the verV beat Managed br Jno. B. Fish. expiration of the term, the officer the peo- with its request. tuition 1 t greatly reduce! ratra. If you Most of tho demands Mrs. Loo Shanks and Miss Eh can not to mor.jiAiioijir, Auimair.iiu anu built a new houee Willie Griffin has to u 1, ple bare chosen to administer affairs. As aro reaonablo and should be granted. The grocery store in the lower Shanks went to Harrodsburg Friday to no pro tempore Speaker of the Senate wis use of the word negro by the body shows and opened a We Can Tench Yon by Mull um Thorough. see Mis Annie Shanks M Daughters Col end of town. and there being chossn at tho laat meeting for Circulars to Proircr II, A IIALK, Principal Shnrthsnd Institute. Address him either that their old prejudice against it is dying occupies a suite of lege. Dr. T. L. Dovies at !ntivlllr, 'lenii., or Jt.onlavlllt-- , Uy,, whichever If lb taoat conrenleut point for . now no Speaker of the Home of Represenout and that they have learned that if is rooms at Mr. Elizibeth Brooks'. Miss Mary Brown, who has vpeut His eju, the next in succession to tho pre tatives, not a term of derision, but simply one of office and drugs are in tbe office recently several months with Miss Lettie Rochester dency, tho government would absolutely be description, for it only means black. in Kansas City, returned Sunday, looliog occupied by Judge Carter. without a bead should Mr. Cleveland die. like she enjoyed hit visit knowing themselves All persons The President is inclined to attend the The prospect of such a state of aflaire will to us will please call and settle by but has ADDITIONAL no doubt force upon the next Congreaa the funeral of Mr. Hendricks LOCAL. the present in- been urged on all sides not to do so, as the the first of the year. On and after this importance of correcting strictly for cash. M. C. Tub Rink Friday night waa attendtd b; -- DKALKR complete and unsatisfactory laws regulating situation i too critical for him to expose date we will sell IN a very large crowd, which seemed to enjoy 2t A D. N. Williams. the preeidtntial succession. There ir wo himself to the danger of railroad' travel The train' killed a' cow for John W. both the skating1 and the excellent music Hardware, sort of political justice in the Senate, ttio and tho bullets of cranks. Mr. Tildes inHorse Shoe, Groceries, ftailflie, two trancnea or sists that he remain in Washington and Brown, last Thunday night. Suppose furnished by the Gold A Silver Band. IVhIIn, least representative of the QrteciiMWArc, Iron, Huggy Whip the programme, which included a .the Mrs. Hendricks telegraph that "While there will be no trouble about hi? getting Congress, choosing a vice president. UURKJ' WllCClM, fStOVCH, Ciino 5IUIH, HarncHR, 's well executed cornet solo by Dr. W. B Speaker of the House is more apt to be in his presence at the funeral of her huiband pay for her as he is the railroad compani NpoliCB, GralcH, Clilcr 31111k, Govern, Penny, Mr. Sam M. Wilhlte entertained accord with the administration prevailing would be very grateful to her feelings, attorney at this place. Illiaft,- Stoneware, Corn Nheller, Cellars, are the assemblage with some selections on hia Last Call! All my accounts which his election, and if ' the sac b fully appreciates the weighty pubat the time-owdd'iby January 1st, 18SC, will' be large Italian rfarp, afc&tedby Mr. James cession is i6 be from1 either ofuw branccW, lic rouons tfiat exist at1 this tieaV ifclnst not collecT. Caraon, the excellent cornet 1st. Mr. Oliver Chiliad. Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plowi, Wooden an he is eminently the proper person to suc- his coming West, and begs that he will be placed in the hands of an officer for Cast I'arapi, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roof-inlan- d Another proposition is governed entirely by his senie of public tion. Can't afford to be calling on you Wilhite also eang a con pte of rongn, which ceed the president. L. judging from the hearty applause, were Guttering will have prompt attention. the succession shall fall to the cabinet duty." There is no more danger perhaps every few1 day. I mean buainefs. F. that highly appreciated. Among the many officer?, beginning with the Secretary of for him to come West than to go to New Thompson. The meeting at this place conducted visitors present were Misses Mana Lackey State andtunning down in a stated order. York or any other place, but it does not suggestion is in the event of the appear neceesary at this particular time of by Rev, John Bell Gibson, for the past and Sue Smith, of Bell Seminary, Annie A third 'wfclfV closed Sunday night Tfiete have aatf'Marie Varnon, of Lee Summit, Mo.. deathB or inability of bot the preeldeBt' a9f offers to tftdlessly efrpee1 tiittfe (6 , of Crab last elec&f rJerlhVof arrkKftl, an&wfVaiWgUTtiwV he be4n4daitioni'l3.Dy Mnfessforf itiToak Jesn Buchanan and Annie-Uolartand vice Drwldefet that' the - Orcnard, and' Mesr. Richard" Deany. S. Oollege'be MsemolrJd for tfee pur will take thV sHvlce of persons ofbotH par-- from awolher churclr. Tbe trfo were Electoral Ml Craig, E. M. Green, Jr., and Tl M. Van memd"Monday morning at 10 o'clock. MERCHANT pose of electing successors to tho'e officers. ties antfatayirr Washington. There will be four or five whisky dis- Winkle, of Centre College. The mualcal Any of the plans suggested is better than Unless the' republican Senators rise tilleries started in this county by the mid- programme for next Friday night will In1 hare recvlved thepreeentlaw, which virtually aids the above and still recelTlng party they will elect Edmunds, Sher- dle of January, laSCi, aa follow: D. P. clude some songs by the Kentucky Qinr present popular minority to reverse the man or Logan to preside over the Senate, Bethuram, W. H. Cummins, Buck Pring, tette, wntcn distinguished itaell at a per will of the people ".imply because it happens which will make the one chosen the acting Collier, Baker & Brown and two or three formance at the Opera House last winter. to have a msjority of two or three in the vice' president to succeed Mr. Cleveland id Cornrrlslng tbe best in the market, which will t others. They have been baying corn at A big crowd and a bg time is expeclel-Th- e Senate. case5 ot death or disability. There is nei- S& per barrel. programme is as follows: Tho death 0 M.r. Hendricks is suggesOotton Up in Stylo and Mnko Sooond to Nono in City or Country. 1. Eld. John Bell Gibeon and Mus Luel-l- a tive too of further complications not at all ther fairness or justice in such a succession. 1 A Comic Fantaila republican cindi- Brudder Gardner's Picnic... Ramsey returned to Stanford yesterday. cheering to the democratic heart. It The people rejected the Glre Ne a Trial. now it is more than Mess Sallie Whitehead, having finished her 2 See 8aw VvaJta (By Bjneat)........Crowe throne the organtzUion of the Senate covt-mitt- dates at the polls and S Locky . .....Bathburn beneSchool at Woodbine, is at home again. i Bella Bocco Tulka into the hands of the republicans probable that one of them will be the Vra!dtenfel a better cbance to shape ficiary of an office the people declared be James Cook's school at Livingston clwed 5 80I0 for Baritone, by Jo V. Watera. Currie and gives them rum. legislation to their partisan gain and annul should not have. The law should be so last week, Jim will attend the Louisville C Montrose March.. ......CovweII the work Mr. Hendricks had inaugurated. arranged that whenever a vacancy occurs Law School this winter. 7 Adclla Waltaea ......Prendlvllle 'H 'B. is far from being a the officer designated to act as President appointed at the 8 Attack (Ulop A committae was In any view the outlook De(Kl)er belong to the party in power. . .Mundelle Sunday School last Sunday to consult with 3 Rock Castle Spring! Polka pleasant one. The temptation to remove will "M. Cleveland will be too Great for some Hayes telegraphs that he will attend the tho members as to the advisability of hav- 10 The Lateit Waltxea Daring tbe Intermission the Great Kentucky radical crank to resist, even if his life is funeral of Mi. Hendricks, hoping by the ing a Christmas tree. Mrs Nesbitt, Mis'es snared, when it is known that act no doubt in a measure to attone for the Cleo Williams, Bailie Whitehead, Fannie QuarUttc will slug "Come P.iie With the Lark." otherwise AND T upoaed ol Messrs. Waters, his existence alone prevents the return of criminal wrong he perpetrated la robbing Bragg, Dr. J. J. Brown, M. C. Williams, Warren, Wilhlte and Raney. e ! tho' party to power, which was eo signally him of an office the people had chosen him T. X. Roberts and J. B. Fish are the memMARRIAGES. by expression of the to fill, A government mule was never pos- bers of the committee. HrWdn therefrom A Full ami complutu iiHHortTiienTof Furniture, cuihriit'liiR est Sunday night Allen Cummins and popular will at the ballot box. Mr. William Fields and Miss fiamie sessed of more cheek than this same Ruth-er- f orythltig from this Cheapest lo (ho FliiOHt Parlor NuIIch. IVc two other men went utit "possum" hunting. Collier will b- - married at Mr II. W K'ceV raud B. Hayes. The Djmocratic Committee in Mercer nccil lo ro (o tho cIIIch to tnalto your purchiiNCH, no iimtlc-The dogs treed a "possum" and one of the Thursilay lnam from the Democrat, has nniT uhatquuullly ir (iiitilKy you mini, hhIciiii ami will duplicate NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. eft the limb. men climbed the tree to cut obtained license yester Mr. Eli e ordered a primary election by ballot to be uny prlccta you can obtain cluowhcro, TriilRht hcln added. Alto The father of Congressman Goff, of Cummins and the other man were to hold day tomarry Mis L'lcimU, daughter of nvxtyear to select candiheld in April of n full UHHortincnt ol CoIIIiih, Ciiuch, HhroudH and IColieN, cmbrac the dogs until the limb fell to the ground. Mrf. Rtith Floyd. West Va., is dead. dates for csunty offices and declared "Thst iiiK nil tho IV mv NlyleH, both cheap ami expeixHlre. Wnro roe or , Charles C. Stoneatreet was waylaid and They went out from the tree a sufficient Mr. Alfred Tapp and Mies Susie oppohtllo Nl. Aaaph Ilolel, Ntanford, no candidate, who himself uses money or distance, as they supposed to be out of all Leach, both 19, celebrated Thanksgivirg whieky to aid in eecuring his nomination murdered by John Ellis in Oldham. danger; but when the limb fell it struck by getting married The knot ws tleil at Mr. Hendricks is the fifth or who knowingly permits the use of monagainst another limb, which threw it out Mr. A. Leach's in this county. tiieof the United States to die in office. Itryaul ey or whisky, or anything of value on his Mr. W. A. Morrow, a talented and Mr. Hendricks had no children, o hia Irom the tree and it fell on Cummins' head, and behalf by friends or others can receive the killing him inBUSINESS COLLEGE. estate of $100,(KX) in value will go to bid mashing in his skull and rising young lawyer of Somerset, a real Slradon. official sanction of this committeo as the stantly. He leaves a wife and five chilwife. Col , will lead to chip of that old block, the nominee of tho party." This is an innova The prohibitionist won in Atlanta and dren. evening Miss I'lour.ie the altar frhort-hanreamianihlp, IlsoMn, Arithmetic, ar. It Is the only BOYLE C0UN1 r. on the generally accepted dutie3 of a now local option prevails nearly all over OANVILLE. tion Hall, one of Pulaski's tnoet charming la Cbllegeln this section wherein Hook keeping Is taught as bonks aro krpt by the test is eminently committee, but the action of Georgia. the State Baud's Minstrels exhibited to a crowd- dip. We extend hearty congratulations, proper and there is rxarcely any doubt of B Frank Moore, of Harrodeburg, has arrsngeJ tinkers, and a thorou(h practical knowMje of account given. Has the largest asj the premises. It would be Well been arrested, charged with sending lottery ed house Thursday night. It wan a good ilB right in D LATHS. rooms of anv College In tbe West. ThouiaoJsol suceeesful graJuates testify to the ()ralu the patrontgs it receivshow and dwerved if all other counties would follow suit. circulars through the mails. ed. Mr. Joseph Danforth, an estimable atea bare do double In obtaining good situations. Call or aildrew resolved to perThe committee also further Aleck Etheridge, a negro in jiil for D. S. Hinman bought Thursday ot W. citizjn of Louisville, died Thursday, sged & mit 00 peraon to be balloted for as a candi- burglary, was taken by a mob in Hancock, J. Loyd, of Lancaster, a handsome bay ninety-threCollogo, Honisvillo years. date until be Bhall pay to the Secretary the county, Ga , and shot to death. Cor. ThlrJ an.t Jefleraon, I.OUI3VILLK, KY. gelding 15 hands high 3 years old for The wife of Mr. Henry Cash, of this s slim of So, five times as much as our Charles L Divin, proprietor of Davis S155. county, who m Miss Miggio Tucker, pf requires. While it is admitted on all hands that Circus, accidentally shot .bis wife at New Biyle, died Thursday from the effects of President Hen- - Orleans and then as if crazed by the act Dr. R. M. Orear is h goad physician, can child birth, aged about 35 years. She was 1he funeral of Vice dor compels the statement that he makes dricks will take place at Indianapolis to- - killed bimeelf. a member of the Christian church and A republican Court has decided in fa- a most indifferent walking cane. noon and the prospect is that it will day at much beloved vor of the four republicans for the Senate Preferring to make his defense in the be attended b7 a million of people, includ Mr. Cornelius Traylor, aged 78, died W. Guthrie waived ing many of the great men of both parties. in Hamilton county, O, contrary to the re- Circuit Court, Mr. J. suddenly at his home near town Saturday is eald. an examination of the charge against ,him There will be a military and clvio parade, turns, it He had been complaining for some time, The war between Bulgaria and Servia before the magistrates and gave b)nd for attended with ceremonies befitting the but was up tne morning of his death as us prominence of the honored dead. Tne has come to an abrupt end King Milan his appearance in February. down and died ual, whan be was etrickent-got the worst of it and will no doubt be Mr. Andrew G. Whitley on Friday In a few momenta. are Gov. Isaac P. Gray, pall bear-jrlis . n Btibeiantial night entertained a large number of bis Albert G. Porter, Hon. W. H. English, driven from the Servian throne. and honorable citizjn, and raised a large Gen. Simon Bolivar Buckner has writ- friends at ''Lonuview," the estate recently I32iVI13Ilfd IN JoneB, FredJudge W. A. Woods, Aquilla family of worthy children, nsven of whom Macy and Mayor John ten a letter to the editor of the Breckin- purchased by him 2J miles we3t of town survive him, together with a wife, wiih DrngM, Paper, WIiich. lVall Musical erick' Rand, David ridge Xews practically announcing blmelf For big enjoyment it was an occasion long ItookH, Tiluuor Iua(rtioiuiiti. ChcmicalA, L. McMaster. The remains will be laid in whom he lived for over 50 yeare. Frugal :fi;iirN, Nliillonery, IMIlltH, Pocket Gubernatorial nomina- to be remembered. the Indian ipoli cemetery and a move- a candidate for the and industrious, he amassed a considerable NoapH, TobaceoN, OIIh, tion. Tne meeting at the Methodis. church foot to nise a popular ment is already on Perfumery, LumpH, Flro Arum, .tlaehlu estate and gave all hia children a good The sleamer" Eaima Graham, bound has closed with over n hundred addition subscription for an imposing monument .Needle. fromPittsburg for Cincinnati; was sunk at slart in the world. Tne rem Una were laid Our Jewelry, Sllvonvnro nnd Optical (Joods Department is in Clmrgfi of Col. to that church as well as fpit'o a number do not know whether it was became Ripley landing, in tho Ohio river forty to other churches. S)me of the brethren away in the pretence of a lare sympath'r-in- y Thos. ISicIinnh, i!io will Itepair Hatches and ClockH promptly and lu tho host We , concourse of friends. filyle. we went to press ahead of time last ieaue so miles below Parkersburt-- and lies in twenty say that Mr. Simons, will ;p to Perryyillu thankiving day, that so fret of watir. Several lives aro reported aa to celebrate y in,;, others ua to begin a mee LAND. STOCK AND CHOr fiat many startling events occurred, but thoy oc lost. he has been petitioned to remtin herd anJ James Wdker Glvens, who bR ent to -- Biff Jot of S.It at T. R. WaltonV. curred all the same and caused us to -- Qlv.'-ni A Carter Bold to Slmmn & Mat- Lexington, Miis , last week, with wule, preach longer. badly left, even the weeklies hoidins us off Sjiith U town on hi tinily 33 head of iod mul(B at $00 to Re7, Green Ciary Hi, writes th'it be'finds rn!hera dull market. V3A &&! in the news of Vce President Hendricks' begin a protraoti-Money is scarce and people are holdipK way to Birbourville to S150 death of King Alfonso, 11 m. death, tho CjI. J. Rtoddnrd Johnaton and Thomas 'heir cotton for bjttcr price?. The rros. meeting ther Mrs. Dr. (!e. Perkins, Mins PH-ARIVlilCISTIsaac Caldwell and other importan: new Jennie Perkins and Mis Lela Perkiu, uf Carttir have bDUKht 10,000 acrts oh land in howoer, of huv. pect is good, however. items. We are coaciou, visiting Mrs. S. Fox on Ler this sestion, which with their former pos DlliLUas l.v- Fifteen prisoners, convicted at the re- Somerset, are pWasmt, thankful day and ing spent-- a M. Bruce and wlfr, cent term of the Untied State Court, were ington avenue. Rsv J. sesaloni, mtke them the lnrijeal real s ale Drugs, Books, Stationery and done our du'y in 'hot regard in a patriot Mieei owners in tHe coun'y. Haatly villa Knie tiken to the Detroit House of Correction of Stanford, are in town TwL 9JjrJO t i 'j j ic and becoming manner. Lucy Caandlor, Gertrude Venable, Katie prifto. ouic rucius. . rancy XStMrM. Saturday to serve out their terms. Alonzo 'tYfl 'Ciomns D t'henaull, Kt , haapo'd t'' Pb)ilelarih' r strip b.ns nccurat'ly cotiiounJtd Tilts Louisville Times remarks: A pri- Fuget, tho veteran counterfeiter, and Alf. Htnitn, Marlon Green, Mir Eialeman, Crjsie Smi !,- Judith Chandler, Florence -- Also mary election by ballot will be held in tbe Little, the pension fraud, wore in tho' pa'rty. Downlon, Elizx Taloott and B'nsie Talbot' Labman A lira., 1 lot of oattln that Mir Eighth di3trict, the fiwt Saturday in March, Jweph Altshelf-r-, of the Courier are a committee of younj; ladies who inter- pweu any whirh ha been proiluced for a isttt'prTaTt- -' ii.i55feE&flfri democratic candidates for Cirlongtime. It numhertxl 51 and the aver was waylaid and bidly cut as, he est therusclros in aoliciting charity for to nominate jSTKN. ' If I IT wnaltiiVi Attorney. was CvViitU. JLwL porsons in Danville. weight wai the 1U0 nf 1,090 lba. They passing alon Fourth street Thuwdiy h;-cuit Judge aul Common Tho Largest Stock of 7atohea, Clocks, innovation in Kentucky nlht by Iljward Davis nnd three The ballot is an other Hon. Isaac Caldwell, 1 dis'.irguished were thoroughly f.at all tho way down to Jowelry and Silvorware primaries and ia calculated to disturb val murderous scoundrels who doiarro the lawyer of Louiaville, died lat week, ajed the ede of tho boof The ptIo waa 6J risky bu.ine to buy h vote hilter The proprietor of uer. It Is a thla market Lower than thr 0. J, will 61. lie waa a brother of Mr. Col. C. II. otnts. Tills ia $SS 721 tier head, or 51 791 KTtr bought toWatcbea, ClnrkiTrices FewxIrT !( It at the LeC """"' and wltuou- - ve or R'jjliiter, 16 for the proteuiite tbi r&wsls to tu tiittereud. pair on shod twtk-- nud Warraatad. Rochester. are to recsive the properly. ts 11 n W. P. PERSONAL. Tlrt liberal party sustained a crushing THzrStSHef Coaventlon of colored people at texie'itdM lart week was attended by de'esffn tine English eiictioct. Mr: John W. Harris, ot HyattsvilU, Gov.'McCWsry has bought a half in-- t spent Thanksjlf ing here. 420 renrwenUtive men of tho race. The treat In thaTevia B'ock at Richmond for meeting1 iM orderly and the discusiion Miss Lbna Rivers Williams, of December 1, 1885 temperate. Evolutions were adopted pe- $17,000. Hustonville, l visiting the Misses Peyton. Mayor Reed has erg iged in another titioning the Legislature to paw acta which Mips Jean Buchanan, of Crab Orchthis time with Capt. Kremer, ard, street will more effectually guarantee tbetn their has beeu visitiiw Mrs. A. A. McKin- WALTON. to permit them to wharf master, who knocked him down right t, witfe Mr. Lmk.ot GuinfNIphur, and Mr. Dbr.tfior'OrfprVr'Crtfck. -T-h'rfBoclali gives tail Week" at Mrs. Conn's and White, Akin & O,, of which firm Dr Mr. J Brooka were well tended and In every eoloralle. Tbe bellei on both iwiitai J. B. Owsley is a member, in the largnat the Duckoye pork prcklng house In Louisville this sea- were Mlura Laura and Lura Ulatt, of CiawturJ, of vlcinltyt Mima Kannle and Jude son. It has already killed 13,314 hog', Hum Sulphur, and Mlatea Hallie Rowland, Buile which is several tboussud more than ary WoodrarJ. NeTllln Cation. Klva Moore. Maggie iiteplN, Dettle Crawford, Viola Painter, Bul Har- other house. rli, LI nl e Jlntchlnaon and othcri. r, Ml as fall Is Rowland, formerly of Outa BROOHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. haa cIcioJ her ichool at Ifohuan'a Mill and Since tb weather it too old for date ball tba linow yliltlngber iliter, Mra. Brooks, or this boys tpeoj ttaetr Baturlayi, or a part of tfeeta, plttK Bhewlllgo tober home tfSaxtesr this bunting. wtctfwllb. the intention of returning" Crirlitm'a.i illif Alma Canon nl Mr. It. I,. Eilinondion to attend tchool. As Mlta HowlanJ is a very are teaching a cl lu tocal muilc, Riving two 1m amiable young US wo will In proud to have her oot per week. Tbe puplli atom to bspriigrcMtiig among ua. Mr. John Mclvln, of Lily, baa apt-n-t nicely. the last fw daye In our little village A a he waa Tlio prolractivl meeting at llio Ilapllit church long cltlien hero he If alwara a welcome visitor. lJitlll Inptognm, inj although Ilrely interrat Oto. Melrln, ot Lily, li attending echool at thli li minllfiteJ, there baa en no aJaitlona aa jti. place. Mr. B, II. Conn lion a vlilt to Mt. VerThe Rev. Mr. I'ond, of Madiaoo, la conducting tbe non, we luppoee to lecaotne fair one either residmeeting and li much llkrd by the people of thla ing or flatting there. B. H.Jopiln, of Mt. Vr-noplace. Among the praying brethren present tail waa here Uil wrek. A. R. PemiyboUttlitofDr. C. Fowler" Sunday 'i?l a' loV of&O pVu'rid'tiogVat' 3 cnt. n, Well Paid Employment! uwjK-ir.r.riM- I your-sell- W. H. HIGGINS Ijtp Be-aid- es f A 1 i- H. C. -- RUPLEY,, tkHMu T 1 NEW GOODS FOK PALL &W1NTER ees IIIt-M- arcb B. w& n. a. :e.Tjr:EijErr- c: UNDERTAKER, JLOealei in XTiii'iiitiii-- lare r E-t- -- V Ij. Vice-Preside- -- LOUISVILLE Type-writin- g, -- g, att, e Bryant Strntton Business t " com-mltte- M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, & STAGG, d ex-Go- v. Stanford, Ky. Cutlcr, lffft,v-- a m ai wmmvm JO J iwmpuvj TMTf iwv ,ki .. ATJIHi.; acww -- &-it& ., QhJ-?r 77fuLMt& WWWXZf4& 5; - yriyVk Jour-nastat- f, dss-titnt- o JEWELERS- o r' y -- lel.-Klob- e vd ' GOING TO Jfcv A JM S A GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE ! Of the Combined Stocks of-- HAYDM & LTTLE! ST-ISTF'OIID sW 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 fwentf ffitttffl Dollars Wovil. Of IJry Gfoods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Fancy Goods, Etc., Etc., at and below Wholesale Cost. A greater portion of the stock is NEW AND SEASONABLE, having been bought for the present season's trade, and the Goods are of Superior Quality atid 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 t.i N. LOCAL Mall train iolritf .Stulh Houlh Cititnitrnln" Houtb . .... Moib " Tb 1 TIME CURD. I .15 .... .... ........ . . .. U 1 i SI a. u. OJ A.M. 13 r. u. r. m. tabulated jot (nets Jlont MnlDUtr faster oo landard lime. tfln LOCAL NOTICES. Buv your McAlMrr. xjtlre books from Penny ft Watohfm Htiil iui Jewelry repaired on short warranted by Penny .l MoAlts- Hosj huv the Haas nod onlv cennlne, from Penny AMcAl- - HmedT, thu oriel-,i- l A compi.ktk nock of jewelry, latest tvle. Kockford watches a specialty. Pen. ay A Mc.Vlisler. LOCAL MATTERS. Ben Cloud, who was convicted ol the murder of a man named Xappier and senTun hand'omest line of Dinner tela ever tenced to life imprisonment by tho Harlan brouRht lo Stanford at IJrleht ft Metcalfa.' Circuit Court, has been lodged in all here hundred and fifty thous- for safe keeping till the Court of Appeal Ulnar. for sale by puses on his application for a new trial and, hard and He says, of course, that he is Innocent, Henry Uanshman. Eau Bit Ofi A few days ago Mrs. Wintkh time has come, but very little yet. Old obrvers eay we Johnson, who wa leading a horso by the cold weather foretop with some feed for it iu ber other are koIdr to have ft mild winter. hand, had her left car bitten off" close to the It h been 20 year ao to morrow since head by the annimal, which had become old John Brown's boiy started to moulder Impatient 'or its meal. The lady is dfrfu-ureon into clay J hU "P5"1 lo K mircnlnK for life unless a celluloid or some oth' r from Crab Orchard that J er kind of ear can be made to take its plare. Nr.ws couies L. Hutchison beat old man Cooke with Mits. Bnot'K. whotwas Mifs Lula Clay was a ..tick of wcol in cruelly that it Bigbee, and who won a deservedly high thought he would die. reputation as an elocutionist, hae kindly re I will open the finrst sponded to tho urgent request of her class About April Jine of Mtlhnery ever brought to this place, and other friends here to giye a reading and will named next Monday night, the Tib, ns the and those wishing anything in my hno buyim?. lime aid the Opera Hiuse as tlio place for do well to nee my tock before the euteitiinment. The admission will be Mr. Kate Dudderar. here CO tents for adults and 2 3 cents for child, William Howaisd, who U in jil Mar-eh- rsn. The lady is most worthy and the Deputy for attempting to aisTsiiute projMmme she cfljrs an excellent one, et nt Hirl.tn C. II., emphatically Hor-admit- we hopa to see her given a royal benefit. dented to u yesterday that he ever On the It would seem by a stn'emenl in the ted that he is uilty of the deed. contrary he prV In his innocetisa and Glasgow Mutts that we hro to lore the says he had no omtsion whatever to harm Chesapeake A Is'.uhville, which paper a bad look-in- s sia'es that President 7. mmerman Iibb the deputy II la by no means he agreed that it tho citfzens of Glasgow man nor doe hi' eye indicate that and Barren ciunly would subscribe $50,000 coardlyd""' would do KnJ friend are uufortunitfl they would make a bend in tlwir roid from Ouu Wwt Mr. Clay Seville bv way of Pjeville, throueh with how A week or ed" uKo Glavow and Hieovllle on lo Geenbnrff. O.i by a horro Powell had his leg.broken on Friday niCht ths streiiRth of this the citizens held an en. who has thipintic meeting raided $25 000 CUven- -, hu Mr Unrgo Miller rieilfJ for several difficulty an I as good as guaranteed without tho ba. betn acting deputy horse as he lance. If the road goos to Greensbur.?. it is from hi weeka, was thrown wgilnmoII.Htonvllle frjm McKinney a eettled fact that it will not come here and fiited and II were at first if it does not come the clo-ani Busumtil injuries which appear not j liberal will luvo themselves to blame. We now thought seriou', bat which N banea were can never have mother chscce to increaee to lme beeu dangerous. i ilolntj our prosperity and resource? at eo small an broken and at last accouots he outl ij. A el'lTK of excellent front room for rent. " Apply to K. Xr.wSorshum molasses and new crop N.0 Suitar at Ilrltflit ft Metcalfs. Ij: well-burne- TlIllEU d xa pair cf Holler skates in Cutting ZileCtmpbell, a negro bargood order for sale. W. P. Walton, 8tan ber, lushed upon eoginvrr Mons Steele, Thanksgiving, and without a sign of warnford. cutting hie hia old statu! ing slisled him ith a Sll.u reii, the Artint, is nt c!ot"inii in several places and ir.fl.ctim: n ready to do anytbim; in the picture line. Xew itylei and new price for the Holli deep and ugly wound iu his breast. The sKsaull wa made jast as Mr. Steele steppid lay he from the train at the depot and ealt, Hsye Meat Cuttcih, lard ordered w nero from the engiuo black and Cayenne peppr, butcher knive', h ue nt the Junction the night before, as In fct everything nerdd in lire killing n his duly, for disorderly onduci and for le low by T. K Walton. iieTeniiiiL the men from working. It wsu wax atqultted Friday of a iikm'. niurdernus "ittck and hud t lie ne Mtl! CitrersUT a carrying oncealed weapon which another gro succeeded In killing Mr. Hteeltt as wss colored courtesan t'lured that she drew cvidemly his intention, he would have (wen very summarily deilt with. The triaim niit'uijnoi iu ii"i' lifiuu nrr. al wis htlJ Friday and created much inter IlEOtNNtXfi yeterday the mall train est, the coi.r. room biiog crowded with from Louisville arrives at - 15, which is citizens and railroad men. After occupy15 minute earlier than before. There is ing half a day the court decided to hold no other chance in the schedule. The Cimpball lo $100 to the Circuit Court, mail tra'no meet at Gum Sulphur now. when it is likely he will get a penitentiary I rnr, Seasonable Goods at T. R. Walton's: N. O. Sugar and Molasses, Sorghum, Pure Maple Sjrup, Hominy, Beaos, B.ick wheat Flour, O itiuel, Shredded O us, Maccsroni, Prunes, Citron, L'uhants, Ilitin, Cmcen-tM'.- ed Cocoinut an rn.j T iu and o- -' Canned Goods to be tuiind 4y iero All amt sr sold fiese giodi are 1 u-- v oi ! I PLEASE DON'T FORGET cn, hd low. RELIGIOUS. M To d 1- -t Bav F S Pollitt hss gone to Ei-- t Bernstadt to hold a Eld, C P. Williauiroi ' meeting at Mt. Eden in F.iyetle coun'j results in 2'3 additions ll)t. II. T, N el hss closed i meeting whicn at Forman's Cmpiel in Madi-ortsultod in SI sddit'oH ', of D.nfille, is Eld. John I. holding a meeting at W lliauis'own, which had sx tdditioDS at la-- t sccoiinis c inducted The meetioi at McKinm-sentence, by Revs. Bruce and J M Coltman continThe Creamery i in a fix now to be sure. ues with good reult, 25 having united began. Herbert, the butter maker and manager, themselves with the church since it left between two days, after pledging to constrv adykftiheheht.. tinue to run the coccern until other arrangements could he (fTected, and has not since b:en heard from. There is no p:si-ti- ve A proof that he look anything that did accsrding to his ac Two of our strong Merchants are going Welt, not belong to him, but which leares a good opening lor othr& My itoro counts there are three 100 pound firkine of houte, one of the bed snil best locations In 8tc-fur- J, formerly occupied McAllster A butter short and a number of cane. From for rent. Can be bad for byterm of ve.us IfLytle, is a ueilred. Squire Portman, with whom he boarded, Call soon. Dec.J.-(t- m) n.r.l.tItHO.ltK. wc learn that he left with the intention of remaining, bscause he said he onld have Millinery I nothini: to do with a thing which had so Look Out many bosses He paid his bill up in full ON OR ABOUT APBtt. THE PIRST, and behaved well during bis stay at the I expect tobrln aneir andtmit deslralU tto:k hotel. The director claim that he decelv of Millinery ever biouglit to Stanford. My kt(t nrcwoll aequatotel with the clisi I ed them in more res; ects than one and that before, so It would bo useless Ut me to say lnregtrd to It. Thanking my customers the indications are atrougly presumptive of for their natron ice. I xtlll solicit aiuieln the JlllS I(.ATEIVMiiIt4fl, his racility. We suppose the creamery iprluu. 73 2m eunlord, Ky. will li idle now, which will he an improvement on running it ut a dead loss. uit-eii1 n, That we carry the Largest Stock of Groceries, Hardware and Queens ware in the city; That we are Millers' Agents and wholesale depot for Flour and Meal; G0LDEN0HAN0E. That our stock ofPleasure Vehicles, including everything from a Hoard Cart to a Barouche, is always complete, ForJew any-thi- t A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY. al m ' wo 1. Dr. ii. Goldstein, third meeting at Dr. L. F. Huffman's on The Eminent Optlftao of lulavlllt, Ky , will be ( Hit, atid will rrmiln here a Cut Wednesday night and was voted the most Stanford only. I'arlles who- are suUerln their .. ...rf. .11 entertainment of the season. The 'days nlll UO Wfll .. VJI1 UU I.I... ,T.. with ..... R erjiyahle IU lUUJ. AIIU Al. ClAU CyCB profesjlon and r.Mi refer you to exercises consiiled of a very creditable ad- at the head ol hisof your town and otata In l. the best cltlzns llowtll he In UmioaTilU oj the iOlh last, dress by Mr. M. Peyton and delightful romaln two or thre day : No clnrxes lor ex Instrument il and vocal music 'or Mr aod I'artles wlshlurf Ut ice him will tlnd HDimatiota. ) Huffman arfd ili-- a Jennie McKinney. him at the Myers Home. Mist Annts McKinney rendereJ the "Med-es- t Yourg M.an" in a very delightful way Public Sole of a Good Form. Mr. W. E. Varncn moved his auditors to KuilDgWiU out my grocery buslners at llustoc-vllltears during his recitation of one of George and lieltig determined to go toanother Bute wjll olltr at limine Cable's pathetic stories. The ftaturo of the to ctiijaije In bidder, 13, 1 tUe prciulic, pub'le rate to ou on the hUQest evening was the very charming nitnner in Qnturdny, Dooombor fith, 1S85 which Miss Annie Alcorn read the "Charge of the Light Brigade." This was followed My i'arin ol 1 8 Acres. 2 miles gsoutti of Huston-Titl- e, pike. &sM farm In fight of tho Mlddlebu by 'John Mynard," renJored by Mr. Is in a good state of cultivation, iindT cool felics liuproted, lurln? on it n nett Brock, iu the inot happy manner. The and romforUbly fife ruii, with claturu at tlio cittae liousoo programme was too long to occupy the door, gooil stable, Ac. The farm Is probably he watered in the county, belcg supplied with space of the pirer to give an account of all best pure wuter trom fuur neTer falling sprlnyf, and tint was done. Suffice it to eay that it the products grain or gran auond to nnnd. rerius lib,JAS. Jl. TA il.OJi, HuetonllIe. was greatly erjiyed by nil who were for eral ' us oa re account rill N. 1) Uvpry one tunate enough to be present. The Societv phase r me forward owln? "ttlt, tt mir bustnMi at and t Mr will next meet at the rHdMr J Mi . i ciutiiU up ut oiiie, i.vVuin liuo'd. J W. Alcorn on Thumlay, Due. 10. II. i I -11O nel-ntTs-lto, 70-t- Ti'E Alcorn Literary Society held its And thai we guarantee Lowest Prices, style and finish considered. Also, that we still handle the celebrated Wagons, "Old Hickory" and Mitchell. Big line of Farming Implements. Grain Drills, Turning Plows, both riding and walking, . And all of which we guarantee at Lowest prices. ' BEI6HT & BfESSTCAaEiF, , SUCCESSORS TO BRIGHT & CURRAN., V- ten under a great, December 1, preading tree, with bamboo upright for diflicult climbing, art- fully contrlvtd by Henry that he might JE. I). KENNEDY miss the opportunity of breaking his Stanford, KyM Is a CxnJlilstefor Aisciior,sutJct to tin-- action ot neck, which his monkey soul eeoms to dettie Democratic party. light in. He pretended quiet indifference E. O. WALTON, - Bualnoss Manager. as I approached, looking another way aa if GEOItGE S. CAItPENTEU Should bo kept coustantly nt hand, for to ay, "I don't know this person coming Ii a Candidate for Comity Clerk, nibjrct to the acuso In emergencies of tho household. tion of tin Democracy. toward. me," but when I came within Many a mother, startled In tho night by hi- head, took my hand reich he stood on tho omliioui sounds of Croup, finds tho J. M. JOIINNON I lovingly little sufferer, with red nnd swollen face, in both his hind paws, and then Noth"Praise the Lord. God is Loveand gasping for air. In such cases Ayer's Its CsndlJsto for Aiieoarof Lincoln county, sub I knew that he recognized me on the old , . ing Elso." t Cherry rcctoral Is Invaluable. Mrs. Emma J eel to lbs icltou ot tliu Democracy. footing, and that his monkey heart was not Gcducy, 159 Wcat 123 St., 'ov York, We had always the least astrnnged. in WILTjIS o. LUCKNOW, Oode, Oct. 20, ISS5. writes: "Whllo In tho country, last been "the best of friends," and this aa the We remskel in 8 wlutcr, my Httlo boy, tllrco years ol'd, was Ita Candidate tar the offlet or Jailer of Lincoln Dear Interior. highest expression of attachment he was taken 111 with Croup; It seemed ns If ho county, subject to f rltnary election of the Demoliaranpur over Sunday, the 12lli. I hid cratic tly. would dlo from strangulation. In the Mission capable of. The 'outsido world" he caught Aycr'i the pleinure of preaching in his arms to bite or caress as tho notion Cherry Pectoral was tried In small nnd church, in the afternoon, to a good congre- W. T. NAI1NDEKN frequent doses, nud, In less than half on seized him. His intimates he embraced Ration, and listening to a Hinduitani hour, tho little patient wns breathing U a Candidate tor Jailer, subject to the action ot with his hind paws, and his head on the Thomas A. Hendricks, vice president of in the morning, from the lips of the Democracy. easily. Tho doctor said that the rector.il When we left he the United States, died suddenly at his JME TCJ I-INT. "Wylie, whom I knew as a ground meanwhile. Rav. Theodore saved my darling' life." Mrs. Clint. It. h. iMin .t (kth.rM rr.ni .Ir.t.ru. i.m. mm. looked another way, as though the carriage home at Indianapolis, Wednesday night T. BI. PENNINGTON .1 . I't .mill itr.tmi la th. NUi.ra (It.tM. young man 30 years ago. He is now a Laudou, Guilford, Conn., writes: "Ayer's ' n . ' i . ta.uu.f and its revolving wheels were too painful last, wiin little or no symptoms of the ap rrl.lrl lb. I a Imhu oi filiij ft Hi.rl.i tk.irtrut Cherry Pectoral M; BMr.Uf Maid, "graTe and Rev. Senior," and as dignified atlas. Ii Candidate for:County Clerk ol Lincoln, sub-ei.t ih. ehltl I ibr ,.ff ih r)M .mbr... I. .r.p ..a we proachlng dissolution. He had just returnto the action of the Democracy. My,h Philadelphia D. D. after whom he to look at; and he seemed to know that hM.I.. Wb. fontM.! mllh Ih. h,.ll.l BH a the Uilm.,j.ti.lpi.tiiib. iIMali.rth.U DtlK.tr.. Henry ed from Chict go a day or two before and good nnd all." My M.Ml.TAfi. .. Ctani.. ft.itiBv or ft.tfOr tn eras named. He was biougbt up in the were leaving "for vrii.i. in. C...I k.a rBlf r.r mCibi. Crt.n, and also tho llfo of my little son. As ho JUDGE1W.O. HANSFORD and was one of says his life is a buoy one. That between the evening previous to his death had at l Saharanpur Orphange ..4 ptUitbl., ... Cih ..1 fMIII,fU-lut.Ail tnrilrattltt hr It. ll Is troubled with Croup, I dnro not bo Attorney Oa! dear old Bro. Cimpball' first natife help- - marauding crows, that lust after his food; tended a reception at a friend's in Indianalea Candidate for County Democracy. ot Lincoln, Sie,..l$l. WALTER A. TAYLOR. Atlanta.rrlt. without this remedy In tho home." Mrs. lutj'ct to the anion of the vigo polis. There was no on in the room at mniitaa iirfKucrirrtRT cunnut. tt era. I mint siy, however, that the average tho ground tquirrels whom he chases liM.utj m Lbulrta TMibiti. r.ii.l.b K!"h J. Gregg, Lowell, Mas., wiltes: "My naliye chatcchist transformed into a "Rjv." rously cfl his tree, as interlopers, and tho tho time of his death, his wife having gone children hao repeatedly taken Ajcr's JUDGE T. W. VAHNON - HoUi lor site by Dr. M I ItOUKNE, Hanford. is not ai attraitive spectacle. It seems to ants that keep him constantly employed, into another room to meet a caller. On unerry rcciorni ror Coughs mid c roup. n to theoflcoof Conn-ICandidate fot within tho her return the horrible lirht of her dead take uaturalneis outof them. HencefortL, breaking up their haunts, It gives Immediate nllif, follovud by leaJude, mtjct to the action of the Democracy. Dit. W. II. l'ENNY, his rope, his ne n life effectually husband met her eye and nlmost drove her cure." Mr. Mary E. Evans, Scrautou, they are eminently respectable, dignified, limits of DimttMt. frantic. BTANKOKD, KKNTUCKT. drives awav "dull care " Ta., writes: "1 have two little boys, both D. and dry aa dust. Mr. Hendricks was born in Ohio, Sept. fCONTINlTKD NEOCT ISSUE J Offlce on Uncisur street, real door to larrav of whom have been, from Infancy, subject said Mv old friend the R iv. Tneodore for County Clerk of L'ncoln, subject ton JODHwat-offlce- . Offlce hours from S to 12 a. ID, 1S10, but his father moved to Indiana to a lolent attacks of Croup. About t'.x Ii a Candidate tho Democracy. x.and 1 toSr. M. Anesthetics admlnlsternl whao QARRARD COUNTT DEPARTMENT. u;tbe action ot a few words in a natural tone, and simple necwaary. mouths ago we began Using AjcrN Cherry when the eon was three years old snd Mr to enjoy idiom, and I thought I was about Lancaster. Pectoral, nnd It acts liko n charm. In a Hendricks had made tke State his home GEOKGE II. COOPED a foist. Butalailia a few moments, his AT few minute after the child takes It, ho Union Thanksgiving services were held ever since. In 18 13 Mr. Hendricks' active a candidate for Cou ,ty Clerk of Lincoln, iiitjec t eyes fell upon a concealed Ms'j his voice Ii breathes easily nnd rests will, i:cry to tho action of the I emocrallo party. Thursday morn- political life began. In that year he was at the Presbyterian church etruck the conventional reader's tone; his ing, at which mother ought to know what a blessing I OrroaiTB Codit-Hous- k Eld. S. W. Crutcher, of Dan- elected a member of the Indiana State Legabove me, in idio. language struck a plane have found In Ayer's Cherry Pectoral." ville, officiated. A large attendance waa islature, and in 1S50 he served in the State DATTWrXLE, JAMES P. BAIIiEY KENTDOKY, Mrs. Wm. C. Held, Freehold, X. J., writes : inattc elegance, his congregation succumb- preent. Constitutional Convention. During the In a "In our family, Ayer's medicines havo tion candidate for Circuit Clirk, subject to the aced to the tropicil beat and bejan to nod, Rings Three hundred Dt. 18 K. plain ol the democratic prty. hand and In Its searao oyster, fr.ab flsh, next five years he represented the Indiana been blessings for many years. In cases here and there; and all those familiar and and 12 new paterns in Diamond Ring, "71" "d polis district in Congress, and for four of Colds and Coughs wc take '0t ' be lltn WXI dreaded symptom' satin, that I know so suitable for engagements, wedding and T.D.NEiVIiAND rant" and call1". you ar buugry. bin. K"U. years after was Commissiouer of the Genr, ' MAHObilEimut VO., well in congregational life. The good man birthday presents. J. C. Thompson, ub ! i cimlidate lor Hherlfl of Lincoln county, eral Land Office. In the memorable cam Cherry Uantilli, ify. waded heavily through his stilted, written J ect to the action of the democracy Ky. l paign of 1S60 he ran for Governor of the thoughts, and I think I was not the only Rev. J. L. Allen, of Danville, occupied State againt Henry S and the inconvenience Is soon forgotten." Lane and was deDAWSON IV. His theolo-t- y the pulpit at the Christian church Sunday PHOTOGRAPHY one who went away unedifud. riiEPAKED nv feated. Lane was chosen United States was eminently orthodox, but alas for morning and preached to a large .audience. for Jailer ol Lincoln County, sublis cindldaie ttr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Man. ject to t he action of the Democratic paity. Senator immediately after his election, and A. S- the "green pastures and still ratere!" They There were no eervices at any of the OlLouUfllle. bat pitched Ms tent In HUnford Oliver P. Morion was elected to the Gov Cold by all Druggists. never came in sight. churches in the evening. wnere he will make Cabinet Pholofrapbi a ernorship. In the the election of 1SG2 SAM. Bf. OWENS ipeclat- Somebody's system is responsible fcr E. W. Lillard & Co., the leading drug-gis- ts there was . a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, tub-JeIs ui a political revulsion, and Indiana to the action of the Democratic party . spoiling this good hearted and clear headed of Lancaster, will have their grand elected a democratic Legislature. Mr. Hen man and turning fire into arid respectabili opening of Holiday Qoods on Saturday, dricks was then chosen Senator for the D. II. CARPENTER, ty. But they are repeating in loata me Dec. 5th. They will have one of the nicest term ending in March, 1SG9. In the folly so commonly een in our bet theo- stocks of Santa Claus specialise ever at Coanty Attorney, In a Candidate for of 1SG3 he received the solid tubj.ct to the action of the Democratic party. logical seminaries ic America, in the train- opened in Centrar Kentucky, and it will pny vote of New York and the NorthweU for " ing of preachers. How many ingenuous, everyone to call and see tbem. JASIES IV. ALCORN the presidency. He was defeated, how IS WAKHANTKD to cure lVvcr and warmhearted, splendid young I fellows, Grand opening Dec. 7th of Diamonds, Ague, Intermittent or Chill Vewr, Itc-rever, by the persistent nnd determin d ef CiLlatejr rcult Judge In tho 8th Dli- ut Fever, Dumb Ague. Bilious Four. 1st luva b;en turned into "micks,"Jat Prince-To- n Watches, Jewelry, French Marble and fortscf to.the action AftbeDiuecracy. trlit, thoSNteof of his birth, Outo, to Dengue (or "llrink-lwiit- " 1'ever), Liver and elsewhere by a vicious system that Gold Clocks, Dresden China Complaint, nnd nil dlicascs nrfslng from keep the office from a Western man. In develope the head at the heart's expense. Bisk Figures, Oil Paintings and a full Malarial poisons. the earns year he again ran for Governor of R. C. WARREN I just utter a moan of protest at it in piss stock of Holidiy goods. Positively the "Harpers, S. C, July 0, 1SS4. It a Candidal lor his Stale, and was again defeated by Govto the oQce ol Com ing, knowing how far out of reach, now, largest stock in Central Ky. I want to see luonwealth'a I turner ol "For eighteen months snf-crc- il trlct, ml'jKt toA the action olth. Slh Judicial Dli the J(eiucracy Alas! they need a all my friends on Die. 7, S and 9 J. C. ernor Conrad Biker, the mj)rity b.'ing the mischief has gone. only 931 votes. At the close of bi-- t Fena with Chills and Fever, chair of "Practical piety," in all the oem- i- Thomp'on, Lancaster, Ky. & O. having Chills every other day. torial term he resumed the practice of law O. II. WADDLE naries that I fear;will neTej.be endowed Mr. J. Breck Johnston and his very trying various remedies After at ludianapolls, but in 1S72 Has again call Attorney of Meanwhile "Rever- handsome bride have returned and have It Candidate till the millenium. J. OTTENHEIHER, recommended to cure, used a thea 8th Judicial for Commonwealth! the action of H. ed to public life, being elec'el Governor Dlr'rid, lutject to ends" will be turned out by the hundred?; rooms at the Lancaster Hotel. Prof. J. L. the Democratic fart j. bottle of Ayer's Ague Cure, and Crab Orohard, Ky over Gen, Brown by 1 143 majority. preachers (under such training) rare excep- Irvine has removed to his new rwidence on have never since had a chill. In 1S70 Gov. Ilendrick was nominated I dislike to Danville etreet. Messrs. E. W. Lillard & tions and only by chance. EDWIX HARPER" by the Democratic Convention for Vice make my good Rev. Theodore a text for Co. have just completed some kand.ome TREPAnnD 11Y Presideot on the ticket with Mr. Tilden Dressed Pine Flooring Ceiling, Weather bat if he ever sees this, I hope he will decorations on the interior of their drug Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mujs. At the election in the X ivember following drop his Mss. and begin to "preach" as be store. It is now a thing of beauty. Miss Boards, Finishing Lnmber, Oreon When needing any thing lu the line of Sold by all Druggists. he was elected to the office, but, owing to did in the days of. his novitiate. Lelia Marksbury was visiting Mies Georgie Lumber in the Roagh, including; the machinations of the fsmous E'ectoral Wall Paper Decorations. Painti, oili, Ojrdear friends at Saharanpur enter- Moore in Lower Garrard last week. Miss Laths and 8hingles. Commission, was never inaugurated or perVarniihei, "Window Olais. and tained us most kindly and invited us back Lillie May Hemphill, of Nicholasville, is mitted to take his seat. Af er this be re In Si0n i!0?.Ti.nl""" 2r ""rarranged Painters' SuddHcs Generlovingly. w. h., the guest of Miss Mamie Olds. Miss Ella with tiro. About 7 Acre on the ally, from Mrr. Wardroper, of Danville, is with Miss Hat- - tired to private life and resumed the prac- ter and btanftrd of Land, iltuate--Dli Hirer LancasWe took charge of an invalid Turuplk, near tice of law at his home in Iodiananalis. (Joed dwelling home and ImproTem.uta. bridge. "" U chMP That from iiVXEiS ' Terms lrr.c1, Io make etllmaiea for Scott's school at Lindour, who had been tie aughan. Georgia B., daughter of from which he was easy. At.KX. iioi.rzct,.tir. called by a most unan. A. E. Gibbon, :iil St., DnuTlllc, any bill, not on band, which w. will all on Vhorl suffsring with fever for months and was Mrs. Dolly Brown, is seriously ill of brain imous and enthusiastic nomination for haa a full, froah and brand Near the LKB HUFFMAN, making her way to her mother's house at trouble. Lieut. G. R. Bradley, of K. M. I. new itock ol all the abore good, which he at the Chicago Convention in H t: of being bettered by spent Thanksgiving at home. R, L. Bettie Allahabad, in hope I ropoMa to illi)"j)olat the HTAfFURD, KY. PIAXO.S, OKOAXN, SIL'NIO, 18S4, and together with Gjv Bouth aide the change. We were to care for her to is convalescing from n severe attack of fe- was elected and instnllrd in th- - Cleveland Office Myeri Hotel: Main Htreot, two doori above the dike he PureNltroui Most RoaaonaWo Wo Ar ifnta frir tfio. Oxide Gaa aluilnlttered when re. . !.! .... Ciwnpore, expecting her friends to take ver. Miss Lena Irvine is yisiting in Louis- - was cheated out in 1S7G quired. That can t made outalde or Inalde tho cities. charge of her from that point. But when vine. In the abof e line, you can flud IlMlinir rxcluilTelr A wasp went burziri? to l.is work, Aud The ladies of the Presbyterian church at hl .tore a bolter aertment to arlect from at Miialral MerchandlM In uuiicat iniiriitiuntt and Lincoln at midnight we ran into the C. Station, various things did tackle; He stunt: a boy uioresatlifactory prlcn thauel.ewhere. countlM. Kentuclr. i'iiumrJttm gave a supper at the City Hall Thursday nnd then a dog, Then recelTcl until IJ for. The o"t"tin,,ln,Jl where we were to change for Lucknow, we made a rooster cackle, BUILDERS ATTENTION tim. Knal A evening, which was very largely attended. And last upon a drummei's cherk He "Hlttrr Tine 1 DrSr Window Glass, Mixed Paints and o found no one We were in a quandary. ye are now prepared to furnlih all klndi ol k" Kett and New'l'ngf.nJ Varnishos a Specialty. either uerlahl nr,,...- - i .. WI4MI1I. ... .'r."0' weak as a baby and The net proceeds amounted to about $125. settled down tj diil'; He prodded there for . the rbuh and igenta for planing mllia. The ponr child was as ".. in. rIlnw. half an hour And then he broke his bill Keep conitantly on hand urened flooring, celling, Carpet and HulMcrV Paper conitantly on hand. C?u7,rVK"?rt!ffiH?,.. ..Warren, John needed most careful attention to keep the The feature of the occasion was tke Broom Philadelphia Call. doon. aasb, blind., moulding A trial U tollcltel and rall.tactlon I. aure to folltD, Ac, at lowtit price.. low. A. K. tunnoxN. iluttering breath of life from going'out alto Drill with Miss Elizi Lusk ia command 33tl Third blreet, Danville, Ky. in Automatic Mu.lcat lD' t nitlOllTA- - JiETCALf. 100 miles out and Miss Sallie Anderson as Sevfeant and truinent, it mu.t ,n ,u, gether. Bat Allahabad was Miss Maggie Miller as drummer girl and ali! ih'i". IM,r,?,0K,", "nt Ireo lo all who apply, of our way. At last mama and I decided from How who nM?u! FOR SALE OR RENT. "7 of b a,J0T0 to go on with the sick one, while Will and the following young ladies aa high privates: went.. Addre.su.ut Stanford. Kr lcal 3"'r the three girls went on to Lucknow. We Misses B.'lle Walker, Lillie Nwal, Lizzie H. A- - L. J. COOK. " -- IV IIOUSI3 in time. Kidney diseases may bo prevented LOTaccomplished the journey in safety; deliv- Walker, Jennie Faulkner, Ella Watson, by purifying, renewing, and Invigorating On DanTllle Irenuo, In atanfcrd. The home con. Surgeon, Physician ered our invalid to her mother; learned L.da Aoderson, Bjrtie Collier, Mamie Olds, talni , roonu, cellar anil porch. Lot well luinror. tho blood with Ayer's Sarsapirllb. When, ed, stable with 6 Hall., buggy house, wacon hed. that the expected one had crossed our Almira Qoodloe, Lillie Shugars, Carrie through debility, tho action of the kidneys vwa. .uu iinoke home, and a ililern, all new and In good repair, Knijulre on preul.p.. Is perverted, these organs rob tho blood of track in the night, arriving at C. by the Woods, Mary Miller, Bessie Wherrilt, Nal Office at Central Hotel, Danvillo, Ky. M- -t we ran lie Duncan, Juliet Gill, Lelia Mark.bury, J, it. IlKSGMXH. Its needed constituent, albumen, which U next train nfter we leftjnand then Bet-ti- e passed off In the urine, while worn out round for a bath, breakfast and a few Mary Annie Wilmore, Lula SaaoUfer, Jones, Hattie Vaughan, Katie Landram, matter, which they should carry off from IMIch anil FlHtlllil I'erleetlj' E. H. BURNSIDE, hours fellowship with the dear Lucas fami-lG. the blood, is allowed to remain. By the Lillie Kinnaird and Nellie Mrtrrs. LancasCured. at the Jumna Mission. ThlB Old and Well - Known use of Ayer's Sarsaparllla, the kidneys Has KEM0VI:D hi. otUce to that of Judge I'MIIm 1 should live a thousand yean I can ter is justly celebrated for her many pretty If arc restored to proper action, and AlbuStill Maintains ita girls, hence it is needless to aay that these on Lancaster itrect, opposite tho never forget that Bro. Lucas was one, of Enifo, Ligaturo or Caustio minuria, or High Boarding at I'hlllp Nunnelley'i. en same meet. No young broom bearers, with their bright, the only two, who welcomed us back to Ufiod. He may to found at hi. office or rootui at . II bsuri AND And an own brother and sister fancy costumes and soldier caps placed India. except when professionally absent. Il?f lif0firlet2r U Determined that on their heads, presented a eight could not have treated in with more uener-ou- s, rJecond to no Country Treatment Mild. No Detention From Hotel in the State in its Fare, hearty love than he and his noble wife that will not soon be forgotten, when, with PUBLIC HAI.U Is prevented. Ayer's Sarsaparllla also a step truly martial, they fJIat into the Appointments, or Atten. Business. OK A have done ever eince. We loye them with prevents Inflammation of tho kidneys, and tton to Comfort of is enhanced by genuine hall to the music of the organ, oarnet and an affection that other disorders of these organs. Mrs. Jas. Houso and Lot in Proachorsvillo. thoir Guests. drum. With unerring accuracy tin march cratitude, than which I know no more W. Weld, Forest Hill St., Jamaica Thin, Xo I will tell to the highest bidder, before the court Cure Certain nnd Permanent. es and manual of arms were none through H Of HP will he cob Mass., writes: "I have had a complicaheavenly combination, to bind our hearts rared to and from the de hou.odoorln Stanford on MonJay, Jtoe. Cure, No Pay. with and when finally tho order to "break tion of diseases, but my greatest troublo 1SS3, the Hou.e and Lot of about 6 Acrea of 7th, Laud one to the other. It is true L. and 1 were to Commercial .y,tUI crnramodatlnai Tratelera. In rreacber.Tllle, known at the Uenjamln Itouten alwaj. .applied wits. . has been with my kidneys. Four bottles "ho arnlll only 10 miles apart in Kentucky; he in ranks, march" was given the applause was proiorty. Title good and possession glren Jan, 1, . ." """ hr..n.. . KKiaor. aia tiiara, lrd absolutely deafening. It waa rsMgniied as of Ayer's Sarsaparllla made me feel like cash; remainder In C and 12 Danville and I in Stanford. But his recepSpecial Attontion also Given to Chronnote with good security, parable In a new person; as well and strong as months onbearing Interest from the nicest all air that ever occurred in Lanbank and date. tion was a deeper thing than the tie of ic Sidney & Bladder Troubles, ever." W. M. McDonald, 10 Summer St., Hil,AH AXItVHSOS. It was "for the gospel's sake" caster and wishes that It may b repeated Boston, Mass., bad been troubled for yoars soon are numerous. As well as all Diseases peculiar to Women. it better thing by far. with Kidney Complaint. By uso of Charges moderate. Dr. N. can I consulted free Foutmen dropped 160 feet into the Ayer's Sarsaparllla, ho not onlytho Cmi Ho Cured. Not that he agreej with me and endorses of charge and will be found at bis office at all times tr the next three months, "mr Kospel." As far as I know he rather shaft of an aquednct in New York and three I with to sell three small tracts of goodHanalng Br permission he refers to the following son- coes on another tack. But he does recog of them were instantly killed. Fork Land, one containing IS Acrea, one OO Uemen;J. H. Hosier, O. A. Lackey, a. Irwin, preaent time has Another chapter in the Kiel rebellion the disease from assuming a fatal form, Acre and the third Acrea, the Utter Btanford, Ky.; Judge O. F. Leo, Tom Murphy, W. DA Pf'"-- . Ultled the slillof lh nize that the dear LORD haa used me and ! To,ihWi of with comfortable lioproTemenL, all rich John M. Spoonamore, Him Cook, m haro their origin in Dyspepsia. charity wars above personal in the Northwest waa completed at Battle-ford- , but was restored to perfect health. John and in separate tracts. Also ISO Acrea ofland P. Temple, Iter. J. A. IJoglo, UuitoiiTllle; H. (). his christian Mo. Ky.j tom.araloeiof apiKitiie,los. of utLiffiV, 1 Knob Land on Maoon's Oap, near McLellan, cor. Brldgo and Third sts., Utanfoid. All Button, J. S. Iloblnson, Lancaster. Ky.; Tbot. 11. fullness or weight In the where eight of his Indian allies were doctrinal preference) high enough to enable aloroach. wc." has been lately one and Lowell, Mass., writes: "For several years ofthli land purchase can seeturreyed callingany me. Walker. C. C. Chtlsman. Klrksrtlle, Ky.; J. H. s p. or Tomltlnir. "wiiy. .1., ?"' n.n' within? to plat by on Johnson, Uryantsrllle, Ky.; J. I'. Daniel, Mckln- - the .n..iiA him to bid a hearty "Uod speed" to one hanged. Three of the eleven originally I suffered from Dyspepsia and Kidney any reasonable time, ner: Ky.; u, J. Uosioy, MU1UUU) Ky., ttco. Mil,- - neat,beid. with a of i in iciuuw mi cuu or oa irregularny ImiwuIs, with lntereat at C per cent; whom he can not see "eye to eye" with, in sentenced to death had their sentences is, CnmpbellsTllle, Kt. A. A. McOInnls, Howling Complaint, tho latter being so severe at Oreon, Ky, uno. uoai A. Jl. FEt.AKIK judge J. w. iiugnea, with whom he can changed to imprisonment for life. matters of doctrine, bat times that I could scarcely attend to my Stanford, Kt Uarrodaburg Ky.; C. C. tihumate, McAfee, Ky. .. ..D .uu.ncg wun any of tucaoaymptonu Van Bartram and Green Kirk, of work. My nppetlto was r. 8. I bare a number of have hearty fellowship as one "sent of poor, and I was Flno fBliortlioni IIuIIh, much emaciated; but by using God" to do work that the Lord has owned. Bjyd county, were in love with the same (Yearlings and weanlings) that I will aell low and This is a higher type of.'christianity than girl, the customary quarrel being the result. any of my flue femalet, aged ones ttlnted to 41b the average. I commend it to all. Dear They met and agreed to fight it ont. Kirk Dakeof X'latnTiew, a superior animal; or I will 'of that exalted kind of received three knife wouotta from which he exchange for fat hogs, Am ortrstocked. Lacaa ia a specimen u A. M. F. WILL CURE YOU. died after several hours. Bartram fled and christian. They were astonished, but For s.Io by Dr. M. L. llou'nc. StaufJrJ, We only had three! bat not been captured. to see us. Ky.75.ra Alfonso XII, the young King ol Spain, hoars before oar return traio was due, but AGENTS ANTED ! who became such at the resignation of his my appetite and digestion Improved, and eyen that brief period I had to abridge by nh.M.krnlh. lead Oa hurts and many sorts of ails of mother in 1878 when he was but 17 years my health has been perfectly restored." He., .n.l naVVlrJSa finishing my last to the iNTEBion-l- eft FOR. .Imo,, unl. need a cooling ttSUS man and beast VOa.r.DtM4 nol lm The. Veonle'H Cvctoitetltn. Sold by all Druggists. incomplete by a hurried departure from old, died of consumption, accelerated with V ..M7dirl3tur. URrilVRROS Farm rnuf Stor. rvrloiteillu, Liniment. dysentery last week. The young Qaeen lotion. Mustang Saharanpur. , I'arls, T.f Price $1; Six bottles, $5. rhomvHon'H JlciUcal AtU'lner, nt.. H Urd.nljby is. l'lunver JIlHtoru. lli. uU in I now uak. "Jacko" knew us of course. Henry For- - of the late King, the Archduchess Maria Trcparcd by Dr. J. C. Aycr &. Co., Lowell, HZraciCbtakalCt. amaii ll.o leading AuureM Clnol a natl,atBB cinet ;flU.olJum. U41. man, got him to Allahabad without difficul Christina, of Austria, succeeds him as re Mass,, U. S. A. THE CAPITAL PUBLISHING OO. a, l. sxinii. GClin P, o. Hox, 131, CINCINNATI, 0. ty, and wo found him ia Paiadisaical quar- - gent ol Spain 1885 not Ayer's CANDIDATES. ?Ott COUQHS Mtiu Uito JP U81 IV CkrryPectoral GEO. 0. BARNES. tfS .mwns -- - imksett . X ES I Saved ji Life, wx-rli- llin X J. fJWlE tHHEp 1151-ly- r. Mnsonlioimer's Kcstuurnnt . . Lin-caste- Ayer's Pectoral "' I. I BYINGTOtf ct AYER'S n Ag lie Cure I LOGS WANTED. nl Bric-a-bra- Ji c . I will pay Oie highest price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and Hickory Logs delivered at any station of the N., K. L. or 0. S. R. I LUMBER! FARM FOR SAiE! 73-l- tJ '""'" ""'I HOIiOt o.t-ofl- r, DKNTIHT. Figtiroa ""(" lc -- I lum-fjer- ln w.ather-boardlo- g. CJ-- IMmpPmAttnrntT " Be Warned k,,, AM) - Dr.E. J. Nickorson, and -- MYERS HOTEL, ttotoi y, DR. W.BRONAUGH Court-House. STANFORD. KY. Propr Reputation, Bright's Disease ... Termi-one-ih- td Dyspepsia & Asthma TOR SA1B! l-l- Prevented Dan-rlll- e, l$ " 'a A ,u DR. HOLT'S AYER'S Dyspeptic Elixir '' Sarsaparilla W-- Uf All Sorts of t I 1Vu.u4i.uu.