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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885120801 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. VOL. XIV. jsmi-MecM- xhu $nmor$omraI fSFt Mt$M Imtefini Simtttal NO. 80. STANFORD, KY TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1885. 1'fi It the moat beautiful and well kept civil and HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTT. OARRARO COUNTY DEPARTMENT. military station in the country. The annual bliizini, which, according Lancaster I I need hardly remind many of your to all remembered precedent, was due on The Garrard county jail is without an fuMlUcl Tuemlnva a tut Friday readers ol the eventa In 1857, that have the night of the 19th of November, did occupant. given an interest of romantic horror to the not reach ua until tbe 1th Inst. It came in A drove of G50 turkeys paused through HU.OO XJBJU ANNUM place. force however, and made full amends for town ThursJsy. They belonged to DanAnnexed In '50 -t- he "departments" in H'sanratd strictly Id advance. If we hare to its tardiness. ville parties who had biught them for Odde had scarcely gotten into working orwait nr time. 13.00 will be chanted. The Taylor Bros, will bs greatly miss- 5 cts. per pound on foot. der, before the terrible Sepoy mutiny threw ed from our little vlllagt. Intelligent, poA Mikado German, a burlesque broom all into chao, worse (ban the misgovern-men- t W. P. WALTON. lite, lively and clever, they had the good drill, an old folk concert and a Caristmas of tho cruel and eensurotis despots will of all elates Weatherford & Steele tree are amon tbe good tblngt promised -ITS who, successively turned this beautiful their successors, are introducing a atock of for the approaching holidays province into a very pandemoninm of misDrngtt, PHper, WIuch, Wall Musical dry goods Into their business. Georgia B, daughter of Mra. Dolly Xilqnor Clicuiicab, UOOUN, rule. How well do I remember, in '67, ItiHfrncmeutA, A petition is In circulation asking for Brown, died Baturday evening of brain PlltlltH, glntloiicry, i'OCKOt with what anxiety we, in Lahera, looked Oils, Soaps, XoimccoH, Cutlery, "Praise tho Lord. God is Lovoand Noth- for tidings from the beaieged garrison at the establishment of a postofilce at More-lan- trouble, in her third year. Interment in IiHrnpH, Perfumery, 9Iacliln Flro Arms, to the end that our mall may be disLtncaMer cemetery Sunday morning. ing Else." the "Residency," where Sir Henry Law. NccdlntT. Mr. John W. Walker an estimable Oar Jewelry, Silverware and Optical Goods Department Is in Charge of Vel. rence and his gallant comrades, unrelieved, tributed at that point definitely, instead of . U being vaguely catterel along the line of citizen of Upper Garrard, died at his reel Tlios. Richards, who will Repair Watches and ClockB promptly and In tho beat .....1 Klllll it. I i , K. mum, mj QUAiUhiiAflruiir., held at bay for 89 days, a raging foe, more Deaii Intkhioii: -- A I wto'e our poly than ten time their number perhaps 120 the C. S. Don't know bow the thing would dence neir Point Leavell Sunday morning Btyle. arilaulc, new addre", in amused thought to 1. It waa a wonder to many, then, and work, but feel sure It can not confuse our of consumption, aged 81 veara. Ilia re croiaed my mind m (o what the tpea it it a greater wonder, now, to any one postal matters worse than they are at pres- mains were interred at the Paict Lick cem would maka out of it; and after that what who visit (he ruin of the "Residency," ent. etery Monday. The ladies) are gettlns up a supper for marrela of pronunciation, m it psaed the and sees the ground to be defended, and The dancing club gave an impromptu the benefit of tbe Presbyterian church to hop at the old Masonic Hall last Friday lips of your rarloua readers. knows that the feeble force, all told, that I tnajr as well remark once for all, that dm H, was nut v- -' Europeans and Mb na bo served on the evening of the 18th Inst. evening. Music was furnished by Baugh-man'- a Anglo-Indianhare invented a ittj accu lives; reduced during the siege by the de- The ladies of the Christian church propose Orchestra from Danville. Quite a holding a Bizaar in connection with the good crowd attended and the affair ia said rate aysteui of writing the of 2.10 of the latter. struction Of the - AND but it require a little training to staunch 1.692, but 079 remained when tbe festal entertainment. We challenge atten- to have been very enjoyable to thoae prea tion to the spectacle of these female breth- ent. use it. Tboee who have acquired the re reiiei ol uaveiock found loom, anat requiiite knowledge nerer need make a mil lief, aaia well known, waa only partial. The ren thus "dwelling together In harmonv" Mr. D. N. Jones, who for some time tike in pronunciation, but if I ihould use numbers of tbe defenders of the Residency and hope they will be liberally encouraged. post has been clerking for W. 0. Rigney, A Full nnd complete assortment of Fnrnltnrc, enibrncliig e it in ray letter, without a "glossary," it only increased, for tbe investing thousands The defection of the creamery ia bring left Monday for Kirksville, where he will cry thing from the Cheapest to the Finest Hultes. He ''would alnipijr result in a certain churn into use again, accept a position with J. B. Walker & still swarmed around them In such over- !ng the of nine word out of ten. whelming numbers that they dared not at- and I begin to think It the only legitimate Bros. Col. W. 0. Bradley has gone to need to go to the large cities to make yonr purchases, no matter what quantity or quality yon want, as can and will duplicate Whereaa, if I write them aa the ought to tempt a retreat. Fur 53 daya more the engine for the manufacture of that popular Hot Springs to be treated for throat troubbt pronounced by the uninitiated, an old reinforced garrlton, on diminished rations, unction known aa butter. By the way, I le. Mr. John Woodcock has returned from any prices yon can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. AIM full assortment of Coffins, Cases, Shrouds and Robes, einbrac Indian would hardly recogniie familiar but extended of inepecting the a deer huntln Tennessee. linea, gallantly resisted the had an opportunity lng all the New Styles, both cheap and expensive. Ware rouse J under their phonetic garb, 8a I enemy. nitne An aged man from the country went Then the final relief, under Sir tempting products of Mrs. J E. Carson's oppeslto St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford. Ky. have adopted a mixed ayateni, that will Colin Campbell, and the heroes dairy last week, and wltnesaed the perfec- to tbe postoffice the other day for his mail. -- nobody. Bat let ua reuit ererjbodjr or of the Siege of Lucknow, eafely withdrew tion of butter making. Bat my own do- When the accommodating deputy postmasturn to Luckoow, and the Mtthodiit confrom their perilous position and marched mestic tyrant i becoming vain of her skill ter told him there was none, he asked if ference. The latter laated from Wednev with Sir Colin to Cawnpore, leaving Luck-no- in that line, and I dare not be lavish in my there warn't another postoffice in town; day the M'.h to Sunday the 18th fit e daye in poseitsion of the rebels (ill happier praise of others. Well, I'm not afraid of the eald he heard there was one near the depot. of rery profitable fellowihip, on Methodist times and larger forces brought Gnal paci- Arabs, and will boldly atate my opinion He waa informed it was very likely there linei, which we ahall not aoon forget. Our that their mode of churning by sacking was and the last seen of him he was looking fication to the troubled province, Chairman, Dr. Thobuni in one of the slinging it on for that other office. The ruin of the "Residency" carefully the milk in a green clearest thinker' and readiest tpetkera I the back of a camel and depending on the DKaLBBS I2- fpreserved pitted with mark of ahot and Some days ago two of our boye, George erer heard. It Uablewlng for India, that shell, rooflest and forlorn, ie one of the jolting motion of the animal to produce the Campbell and William Peterman, were Drugs. Books. Stationery and auch men give their valuable live for her, moat pathetic spots in this country, llrave result la neither scientific, cleanly nor walking in the woods when tbey came The ifool and great man it a aid cripple Fancy Articles. rw. .ouic SAc -appetizing. Sir Henry Lawrence wat slain by a serosa an owl fast asleep on a limb of a just now, hating been thrown from hit poAa the Americsn people are peculiarly shell that entered an open window tree. They decided to capture it alive if Phytic! oni' prcacrlptlona accurately compounded, ny, at Hlmla, fracturing a muecle, that ban of an upper room in the residency: He fond of the chonicllogof great events, and possible and eo George cautiously climbed bten alow to reunite and haa kept him on waa removed to another house in the en- the commemoration of auspicious days, it tbe tree end succeeded in doing eo. But crutcht for 5 long month. I wish I could closure and expired on the Hh of of July may not be amiss to remind them and hate bren used to show him Jetui at a 2 days after being smitten. I keep relics of through to the Lsteiuoii Jouhnal the the tree waa a hard one to get down from and George was afraid that he might in- The Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, Healer, but it wa not to be. He will both places m precious mementoes of one rest of mankind, that Saturday, D'e:. 12th, jure hia prize in the decent, and so decidJewelry and 8ilverware phyiiic away on the other line, till he ia of the noblest of christian men. He Ilea ha the distinction of being the natal day ed to tie it and pitch It down to Peterman on a better. At prceent, tie a plain slab in the Residency grave of your present correspondent. He aeka who waa waiting below. He searched hia Ever bought to thia market Prlcea Lower than under the Lownt. Watchea, Clocka and Jewelry Rethinkt with to many that the dear Father yard and hia epitaph is of his own, wording that there be no public demonstration, no paired on ihoit notice and Warranted. pockets in vain for a string. Finally bis jerked him oil his pony, lore the quiming eulogistic speech- eyes "Here Ilea Henry Lawrence, who tried to torch light processions, no reated on a nice watch chain that he for bla good; and hence, be muscle in two, dohiaduty. May Uod have mercy upon es. A quiet recognition from those he wore, and concluding that it would answer ing of a clear headed, logical turn of mind, his soul." may chance to met, the cordial clasp of a the purpose, be took it off and tied the he did -- what to few do, but what all of When one considers what a handful of kindly hand or the mantling amile of a the owl's legs with it, and then pitched that way of thinking ought to do he nev- brave defenders held, so long, auch an ex- friendly countenance will satisfy hia highest the owl down toward hia waiting partner. er Mked the LOUD to heal him from the posed position, against auch overwhelming aspiration. Thepaatbaa been for him a Dut his owlship after one or two downtime of the accident, but quietly waited odds, admiration grows into amaxement long and toilsome, but not a joyless jourward flops righted himself and rising in the fdr the blowing the discipline waa aent to that such a defense was possible, under the ney. The future eo far aa time can meas- air sailed majestically away while George If bestow. Now tint ia logical and right clrcumttances. They were burdened, too, ure it must of necessity be brief; but the gated in helpless dismay a'ter his departing Clod aanda atlliction for our good, what with the care of woman and children. Hap great event, tbe exit from the theatre of jewelry. George retJrned to the Institu. right hate we to try and get rid of the is one for which he aimply waits. BY " life pily tbe underground rooms of the tion a sadder and a wiser boy and for the good thing? What right to meddle with furnished a comparatively aafe reThe good people of thia section are for a watch the procease of Infioite Wisdom, aurely if treat for them, and after the first terror had grumbling about being ignored in the present he uses a leather strap chain. Ky. Deaf Mute. and wiae Father aeea beat to a 111 id agojd paaed and tbey became inured to danger, columns of the Intemor Journal, and Burglars blew open tbe safe of Bentel me, it it the height of presumption in me many of theae timid women became an un- frlenda from a distance are telegraphing to attempt to be rid of the "bleating in it Co., bankers, at Freedom, Pa., and got speakable blessing and comfort in minister- to learn whether famine, pestilence or the Ala! logic and theology "go to ing to the tick and wounded. aword ia in the ascendant here. Should off with $12,000. the doga," before a pronounced colic, and Howard Davis, tbe most active particiknown in history as the this paragraph be so fortunate a to obtain What will be "common aenaa" runa for a doctor, on tbe "Residency" aa long aa gallant deeds are a place it may aaaure all enquirers that pant in the murderous assault upon Mr. doublr quick, or faith obey Jamea 5:11; in recorded, Is simply a large, palatial build- there ia no reason to fear any such dis- Allsbeler, the Courier-Journreporter, faileither caae acting on the almple fact, that ing, erected in tbe year 1300 for the first turbance in tht harmony of the universe ed to appear for trial and hia bond of $300 "an enemy hath done thl,"and it ia to be British Resident at the Caaasa of Oilde. Its aa would be produced by the loea of auch was declared forfeited. A bench warrant fought, with faith or phyalo, at a foe to walls were built in a very aubitantial fash- a Pleiad aa the Weal Eod of Incoln. In- for his arrest wa issued, with bond in tho sum of $1,000. The trial of his three our comfort and peace. tie ion of hard brick, and very thick, after the different alike to riots and revolutions, What "peaceable fruits" may be of those times, when all great panics and prices aosociate hoodlums wat continued to Dec. and dynamiters, manner $200.-fLo- uthrough the dear LORD'S We must con- 15, and their bond raieed to buildings were expected, eome tlmo or oth- "our flag la still there." of isrillo Times. lote, bringing "good out of evil," the "oil fess however that we are having rather a er to do duty as forts. The site It a pretjjy from mourning." or "praise from the tily elevated one. A "Rtnq'ieting Hall" sickly season. Typhoid fever and pneumoBuckten's Arnica Salve. spirit cf lKuvincM," U quite another thing. arcupied a place in front of the main nia prevail to a considerable extent. Tbe beat Satre In the world lor Cuts. Bruises Ilia LOVE, can turn all thing to gold, by building -- perhapt 50 yard away itself no Among the sufferers we mention Miss Sores, Salt Rheum, I'ovor Sores, Tetter, Chapped Dut that tie eter Chilblains, Corns and allSUn Eruptions, ite nubile alchemy. who waa compelled to dismiss her Hands, mean defence in a piniih, while Hovernl othenik what he constantly provides for our er sulwtsnthl houses were tcUtered around school and go home, Mr. D. Taylor, who ia and positivelytocures Piles, or no par required. I, guaranteed glte period satlitactlon, or money setting rid of, I utterly deny; because lie the enclosure and occupied by officer of lying at J. R NspierV. and Mr. John la refunded. I'rtco 25 cents per box. For sale by cm flot 8tnd forth sweet nd bitter water the Resident ccort. Cabell, reported very low at his home. Tenny A McAUater. from the name fountain of bleating. So The famous "Ihiley Guard," is tho Biv- Thero are several other cases of sickness, What Can Be Dane ? out Cw.nl brother Thoburu could not con alve entrance gateway to tho "Compound" tbe condition of which has not been ascerBr trying again and kocptug up courao inaDj aiatently auk the LORD to heal him, at He (aa tiiatern premises) are called) where the tained. Geo. M Given is improving things seemingly luiposslblt mir be attained. fell to.t th LOUD Lnew y,IV wai beat fir brunt of attack and bombardment fell steadily and gives promise of an early re- Hundreds of hopeless cases of Kidney and Liver Complaint have been cured by Electric Hitters, hiui, and he don't wish to meddle with again and K7slii. It h carefully banded up sumption of business. after everything che bad been tried in vain. So wholesome diaclpline in tho LOKD'rihoiue don't think there Is uo cure for you, but try Elecwith irou girders to keep it together, in this Vico President Hendricks' will ia a mod- tric Hitters, Tbera U no medtolno so safe, so pure And ho 1" the nioro hopelessly eet but it waa simply rid(what isloft of , became, the dear LOUD, a few and to perfect a Blood Purifier. Electrle Bitters logical dled by hostile shot during the Biege. Col. el of coucWness. It waa probated will euro Dyspepsia, Diabetica nnd all Diseases of hiw not'deny Hinisell" Iim days ago und ia as follow: who "can Bailey waa tho first Commander of tho 1st the Kidneys. 'Invaluable In atTectlona of Stomach very Helhel to his soul, and Resident Kicort, back at the beginning "I, Thomas A. Hendricks, of Marion and Liter, nnd orercome all Urinary Difficulties. elck room of really br .Jiht unnpeikablo bletwing out ot the century; and hia house, bard by the county, Ind , do make this my last will Large Bottles only 00 ccnta a bottla at Penny S. the trial. And so he taught us all, who gateway, givea namo to thia memnrnblr and testament, hereby reyoking any and all McAUster. wills by me at any time heretofore made. didn't kno betttr, thai It waa one of tho relic of the "aiege of Lucknow." Excitement in Texas. LORD'S ways, to tear one of his best chilGreat excitement haa len earned in the vicini Oily a mud wall, nbjut tt feet In height, I give, bequeath nnd devise to my beloved C. Hendricks, all my personal ty of FarU, Texas, by tho reinarkablo recovery of dren o ' i hia saddle, dath him violently surrounded th whole he ordinary en. wife, Elizi ground, rupture a miracle that would and real property of every description Mr. J. L Corley, who was so helploss he could cot to tho cloture of an urien'.l Compound. Good In bed, or raise his bead; everybody said he wherever located. Also, all turndying of Consumption. Atrial bottle ol Dr. take month to reunite; and lay an active Sir Henry Hiveloo was died after relieving whatever and work he loved, for chosea in action, in fee King's New Discovery was seat Mm. Finding reearvaru mido from the the original garrisoD, on tho very night my rights, claims, many weary ruontha. For ono I don't be when the second relief under Sir Colin simple, to hoye the same, to her and her lief, he bought a large bottle aud a bos of Dr Klug'jKew Life rills, and by tbe tlmo he bad Hjve my deu LORD capable of buchdemo-nlac- Campbell was nafely withdrawing tho en heirs forever. taken two boxes of Pills and two boxes ot the Disan In willies where I haye hereunto set my covery ho was well and bad gained In flesh thirty-autiona It U aa unlike Jeans tire force on the M7th day of the siege. hand and if agreeable to her, I desire that six possible, though precisely liko the devil. pounds. Trial bottles ol this Qreat Discovlie waa ourieu ai Aiam uagn- -i miles on ery for Consumption freout Penuy A, McAlliter's. And if one Bhould ear "yea! the devil did he road to Cawnporo, where Sir Jaa. Oj-tra- she bIisII be mado the executrix thereof Thomas A. Hendricks." it but the LORD sent him to do it;" then remained behind, a a menace to the Posit he Cure for Piles. again I demur. The "mlniatera of Hia who rebels, while Sir Cjlin tool; the wounded delivered in our presence, "Slgued and To the pcoplocf this county we would aay that do Hia plcamre" are uol devils. When and alck, with the treasure, on to Cawnpore, and attested by ua in tbe presence of tbe we have been glveu the Agtncy of Dr. Marcbisl's guaranteed He "runa out" of holy angola to obey II la juat in the nick of tlmo to savo that plice testator and in the presence of each other, Italian Pile to euro or money refunded Internal, External, behests, 1 believe He will Irr devila tho from an attack of the Gwalior mutineer. at hi request, August 8, 1860. Blind. Bleeding or Itching Piles, rrlco 50c a box. Indeed, I am WIN8I.OW S. Pierce, las'.of all as hi agent. Brave Sir J.iniea had to hold hi own For ealo by Penny & McAUster, Druggists. auretbatho will never be brought ho low near Alum High for 93 daya more, as beat J. II. McKernan " master, the Daughters, Wives and Mothers. aj to employ them. Their the could, fo'r every man was needed to re 'Did ha pop tbe question last uighi?' WoemphatlLally guarantee Dr. Marcbisl's Disdevil, aenda them on hia hateful errands, dure more important points to Biibjection, Female IleaseJy, t cure Fomr.lo eagerly asked the mother as the daugh'er while the loving God eends Hia beautiful and it wa still a "fight for life" all round. eases, suchfla Ovarian troubles, Intlauiiuatlou and "nilnlitera of grct" to circumvent their came down late to breakfast. "No, not Ulceration, Falling nnd Dlsplacemott or bearing CONTINITED NHXT ISSUE. malice at.d deliver their victims from pain quite." "What did he eay?" "Why. he down fulling, IircguhrltleJ, Barrenness, Change ol PROVISIONS, &c. There are 210,000 commercial trieleri tqiiKzid my baud twice, snd said that he Ltrc.LcucborrhoM, besides many weaVueasessprlng-lu- g LOTS OP and uilacry. above, like Headache, Bloating, Spl-nfrotu tho t;ood people would juBllfy OoJ in the United Sttites, about 110,000 of which believed I'd made some man un excellent Oh ill WcaUcoH, Sliiaeas, Nsrvoas Debility, travel exclmive'y in the South. The ex wife if the fellow had fletifo enough to take in thia matter. But they will not, yet. Palpitation ol Ilia Heart. Ae. For sale by Prompt-pay- Oul, xcoordlng to llmltn, is tho moat pannra of a traveling man H7tru $0 pr tot) so far away that you couldn't visit me Pllesa Jl and II 80 per bottl. Sond lo Dr. Phila- J U. MarcMal, Utlca, S. V., fcr naispfelet, frr. popu o . ud fertile province in nil Ilriiiah day ami thtiy are on tbe road 200 days in more than once in twenly yeme." I F v V, . the Ttar. M.U.r 1juk;W . delphia Chronicle Herald. ''I Ji'm. n M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, DXXEUtH & STAGG, Stanford, Ky.s GEO. 0. BARNES. Cigar, 1 lis a Roman-Hindu-itan- UNDERTAKER, Jealer in Furniture ! Parlor I inis'pro-nunciati- a war-wor- n w if dog-eki- iy VaAsttriw PHARMACISTS, (fe -- frag-ment- &mM) SwLTnc JEWELERS- rsPWMiJi pint-taugh- t, Jiu XjIST OF KEPT SEASONABLE GOODS "Real-dency- ." T. R WALTON. GOODS GOOD! PEICES LOW! 'lunqSaiog dy-na- ," N. O. Sugar, N. O. Molasses, De-l'au- Pure Maple Syrup, Layer Raisins, 'sauiuj; 'noxno iinp-wture- i) m-.- at m Olntment-emphatlc- ally Seedless Raisins, Oranges, 'suouioi Figs, Nuts, 'snuuoooQ Hominy, 'sireoff &vej Shredded Oats, 'psoiuo 'raOaii?0N3; Buckwheat Flour, cS.I05pT3aT3 N.Y. Cream Cheese, Tea Cakes, Grated Coeoanut, And Freshest, Stock of sP00O P3tttt13) To be Found Delicious 'nouraioQ Fancy and STAPLE GROCERIES, al Drug-glat- a. 1 htb I'rtrlH.afrHpt "t - At fair prices to Cash or Customers. o gwi1 ""r1 -- Tf "C "ti'si "; V HOI ft OF CURRENT EVENTS. Jutko M. H. Owsley Chlcsgo had a $300,000 Dre Sunday. Tfcera are 8)0 distilleries in Kentucky, Stanford, Ky., December 8, 1885 3S1 grain and 435 fruit. A Cj , binkera Harris, W. P. WALTON. TnE Senatorial republican caucus, as if J503.-131.29- I to show the American pjople its disregard I of their wifhff, chose a man that they had rejected at the poll?, nnd nominated John A. Logan for president of tho Senate. Bat with much more appreciation of the in Six Newark children, bitten by n mad delicacy of his tilling the position than quell, properons and happy. The bulnes terday to argue the railroad tax caies ap dog, are to be sent to Pasteur, in Paris, for is up, and feeling that I leave public life pealed from this county. his supporters, he arose to a higher plant) thought him capable of reaching, treatment.' with the respect of the bar and kind wishes than we Mrs. J. O. Evans and Mr. II. W. The Metropolitan Base Ball club hta and declined the honor. It is ft big bid of the people, democrats and republtcins, Evans, of Danville, are guesta of the famisold itself to Erastus Wyman for $25,000 for the republican nomination in 18SS and white and colored, I retire, asking ana De ly of G. W. Evans in the East End. for tho next season. of strategy to that end, was a shrewd bit leaving, that God will bkss and prosper Mrs. Jas. Baxter, of Stanford, has TheBurnum Wire Works, at Detroit, for it is said that his friends worked openly the people of all colors and political con- been visiting the family of her former pas burned causing n loss of $200,000 and to secure the nomination for him so that victions, concerning whose liyes, liberties tor, Rjv. 1. 8. McElroy, on High street. throwing 200 men out of employment. y he could decline it. The caucus and property I have had the honor to preSterling Sentinel. Tnis is n new one It waa cold (or sure in the Northwest nominated that other bloody shirt side and determine. I express my thanks on us. this soap, the mercury at Fcrt Custer, on M. II. Owsley. Haunter, John Sherman, to be presiding Mil. U. W.SitDi.1., agent for the N. falling to 10 below and quit. Itopectfully, yesterday the Northern Pacific, officer of tho Benate acd he was O. and T. P. railroad in tbi city, has tenzero. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. chosen to that position, receiving the full dered his resignation to tho company, to Senator Peay, of the Sixth District, Ojl. It H. BronaugS has taken out ot tike effect January 1. Lexington Garepublican vote over Ihain Q xlrri, of has to go in business in another Tennessee, who ws the democratic caucus bond, this week, for J. U. Hutching about zette. Hopkins compose his position. It i9 said State. Christian and aix hundred barrels of whWkr. nominee for tho sinie SrEAKiso of Dr. J. L. Brown, who a bill at an early district. Mr John Nordock was married to has located at Halls Gp, the Mt Sterling the Sena-- will that The Farmer's Convention at IndianapoMUaSweecer. on Saturday last, both ol Gutttte fays: "Dr. Brown h an excellent date, providing for the presidential succesin lis adopted a resolution to ak Cougreee for our city. sion from the members of the Cabinet, gehtleman, eminently q ulifWil to prut 'ice the restoration of the tarifl on wool, in which event Sherman's prospect of succeedJim Nunnelley, of Stanford, was here his profession, nod will make a valuable c force in 18S0. ing Mr. Cleveland will have gaue a' glimlast week among those who planted turkey Lt.E. B. Htrding, of the Loaisyillo crops last epring. Mr. G C. Keller, Jr , cession to the community." mering. Police force, was murdered by a negro SunMARRIAGES. the Intejmok Journal It has been known for some line that day night, who hb immediately shot and the handsomest ofSunday accompanied by here Staff, was W. II. Hatnou obtained licence yester Hon. John S. VanWinkle, of Danville, killed by another policeman. Hardin, of Stanford Wil'ani day to marry Miss Angeline, daug'itr of would be a candidate for Circuit Judge, Virginia, Fi'z-hng- Mr. Mark la a vote of 2S9.071 in Miller, of Indian Territory, who haa been Hiram Grillin, on tho O.h. but there hafl been no formal announceLee's majority over John 8. Wie is Mr. R R. Warren and Mirs Sarah W. ment till now. when we are authorized by 16,034, according to the returns just can- heie several days with friends and relatives, left Saturday for the Wet. Mr. Rube Singleton will unite their fortunes at Mr him to say that he is a candidate, subject to vassed by the Legislature. went with him. Mr. J. Will James Jonathan Singleton's the primary election to be held next Since the season opened C. A. Oilman, Hiatt Mr. E bert G. Biuzh, a young man of March. Of Mr. VauWinkle'e high attain-meal- s of Paris, has slaughtered and shipped 11,-1- 81 haa bean appointed postmaster at this place. Oaoday last week the bar keeper and IS, and Mis Tabltha Young, the pretty as a lawyer and of his standing a; a turkeys, aggregating 144.742 pounds, druggists of Crab Orchard made an agreedaughter of Mr. B B. Young, will be margentleman, it is useless for us to speak, so and in value over $9,000, ment among themselves to sell no liquor on ried to morrow nieht. well and favorably is he known all over the State robbers ia Texas robbed - a mad district, and should he receive the office he coach, taking, with other things, the Sunday and bo notified their customers-so- me LAND. STOCK AND CROP of whom laid in a small supply on seeks there is no one who will question driver's overcoat, watch aud horses, but Sttu.day night, others feeling over confduties with cred- kindly leaving the coach behind. Big lot of Silt at T R. WaltonV. that he will discharge its The result was, so. it to himself and constituents. Wo Jim Allen nold to Dive Rose 1 yearThe wind capsized the flat boat, J. ident neglected tt do that the only office he has heretofore B. Bliss, in the Lower Ohio and six men last Sunday, wry faces and sour stomachs ling heifers at ?25 10. held was that of Secretary of State under were drowned. Its freight of 2,600 bush were decidedly in fashion. Those who Mewrs. Dodd & Rlffd sold to Jerry had "a drap'1 divided it out to prevailing Caldwell, of Boyle county, 41, 1,200 lb He has many warm els of potatoes wrs an entire loss. Gov. Bramlette. waa cattle (feeders) at 4 eta. Danville Advofriends over the district, who will do their Jessamine county reports three homi- friends and by 11 A. M everf "tickler" as positive cate. best to secure his nomination. two last being the kill- drained and the supply realized cides last week, the cut off. 8ome tried Hop Bitters, but the The Withers farm of 222 acres on Dix TnE rare honor of a nomination by ac- ing of George Daugberty (by George Peel, effect was too like that of croton oil. and River was sold yeatenhy to John W. Loof the National Jr , and Dick Hutchcraft by Wade Kue. clamation to be Speaker having gan at 520 20 pr acre by Commis!oner Two trains collided on the Brooklyn the Town Pump, the "old faithful" House waa deservedly bestowed on Kenwas ''frczj up." Welch. . by the breaking of the cable, result- joined the opposition tucky's statesman, John Q. Carlisle, and J. W. Yankrsdell, of this county, sold ing in very serious injuries to a dozen or One druggist whec cio'er full of water yesterday he wa again chosen by that lasts two or three days, says it was drained to W J. ninua four hogs, the apcreRnte body to preside over it. Reed, of Maine, more persons, though coco were killed. bv 9 A. m. About 3 r. M. somo of the weight blng 1,977 lbs. The Urged wss 21 There are now in course of construcwas the republican nominee for the same more thirsty souls could stand the strain no months old and weighed 610 Ibe; the lightposition. The other democratic ciucus tion in this country SO public buildings longer and set out ou foot for Oarley est was 12 months old and weighed 347 lbi. nominees were Gen. John B. Clark, who ranging in cost from ?25,000 to $2,000,000, Adams, four miles in the country, and Who can beat Demo will succeed himself as Clerk; I. F.Leedom, requiring an expenditure of $8,511,400. about the hour they were expected to re- crat. A crematory has been built near New of Ohio, renominated for Sergeant Joseph McDowell sold 70 head of fine turn, a delegation sf moet anxious sympa Sam Dsnelson, of Tennessee, for Doorkeep- York with a capacity of six subjects a day. thizera were seen to file out and march rap- shipping cattle, weighing 1,500 pounds, to er, and Rev. W. B. Milburn for Chaplain It was opened Saturday and tested with a idly to meet them, until the reconoitering Board A Lucis, for 5 centr, the aggregate of the House. The latter is a blind preach- body which it reduced to oshea in a few party nppeared in sight, when the delega- of the sle was $7,500. They were a No 1 er and well known here, where he has fre minutes. tion broke ranks, broke fencei and broke lot of cittle. Mr. McDowell sold 43 fat An area of Kansas prairie thirty miles quently preached and lectured. The returf to meet them. O, ye gods of ovitl the hogs, weighing about .'100 pound', at o publicans nominated candidates for each in extent, neir Burton, hai been burned Hariodrborg Demscouting party had consumed their burden c?nU to same artiiv. of the offices named above, but all of course over, thousinds of stacks of hay and grain, dicconcolate topers ocrat. of the precious. The got enowed under by some 40 to 50 majority and many ho?n, cattle and sheep being Yu'terday wa a mirerahly disagreeable returned to Hop Bitters and the town burned. each. dav but a pretty good oroffd attetidml court pump to pray "speed the hour" 12 M. During the year GO vessel have been IIefeiuuko to the grab which was pracand a fair amount of biiinett was trans OANltlLLE. BOYLE COUNlt. ticed by some papers en the Stato Treasury lo?t iu JLakes Michigan, Huron, Superior, Bush report 200 catile on acted. SUCCESSORS TO for publishing the constitutional election Erie and Ontario, involving a 1oh of & Mr znd Mrs. ltoht. Hann entertained market vrith av'ei at 2 to 4 cents. Si me and the Uvea of 74 person1). Lake call, the Offensboro Inquirer remarks that for Deaf Mules rutile were offsred but fe buyer wtre in the faculty of the Institute as ihu bill of each paper bad to be sworn Michigan leads in the number of disaster. and a number of other friend st U Friday hand. Djrliaul has rendered an to, "the presumption is that the publisher evening. Prohibition Meeting. did not commit peijjry for a few dollars," important decision in which he holds that The new organ at the first Presbyterian Puruiint t the notice of a meeting of Attorney?, Miwhals, Clerks and Commis This all sounds very prettily, but will the church was ueed in the cervices Sunday to t le Prohibitionists, a good siz-crowd Inquuer swear that it would have charged eionera should present their accounts to the great satisfaction of the lare conirrega yesterday after- Cun in tho C)iirt-hol.jr you, Kyou at-- a ,. mTtrut Shnrtlimiil ilmi any other patron 551 75 for the same work tie proper .treasury ouicial without ex tlon ll'rltrr. Thlt rou ic t Prof Grimaie is the or noon, P. L. Simpwn railed the meetuui..nk months, at rry tlllltzH-bw- , tj toliitHg ill. pjnee to the Government. it did fjr the Statt? ganist. ing to order ami on motion Geoige P Niiorllmm! Iiih(I(ii(: nf I.oiiImvIIIc, Kj ., or XuHlnllle, Tcmi. 'G6v. Knott has commuted the death While trying to move a ruckaway at Bright was chosen chairman and R. E Mn. Tilden ha? written a letter to sentence in the case of George Strickland, :, Mt,ttnn. our itiiJenti AVb fcltflrlhiiiJ ami Tjptwrlllug claim, tan mlT ths rrrr the cemtery on Sunday during the funeral Barrow re;relay. J. 8. Murphy, J. D. ISts tuition In rKNMAKSIMP, AltirilMOTIC our HOOK- Speaker Carlisle, suggesting among other u.l hl.l'l.M. at greatly nJuwU ran, li yo" colored, of Whitley county, to imprison- of Mrs. Sindidge, Mr. Samuel Baker, of things that the surplus revenues of the P. L. Simpecn nnd Mi can not toiuo to u, tin, John Anderson, ment for life. Stricklacd was convicted of this country be used in building up our coast conntr, injured his back m that he had G. Neviui were upptiited a committee on Wo Can TviicIi You by Mull it Thorough. the murder of a negro woman, and bat for defenses, now utterly at the mercy of any to be assisted off the grounds. rewlut'ois and during their retirement. for rinulara to I'rolcwcr II A. HAI.i:, Principal MioMluuil Imlllulr. Atdrn bliu .!he the Governor's intorposition would have foe who wishes to afsail them. He also Mr. James Kinnaird, of the firm of Hon. Alex. Lusk made a slier. but appropri at Nnlit lllc, 'Itiiu., or l.oulKt lllr, Uy., blilicCT In tlir moil coimnietil for y ir been hanged yesterday. very ill ate speech. The commit'ea then reported as '"-Rjbertson & Kinnaird, who is urges the maintenance of the Monroe doc" Treasurer Jordan's annual report shows trine both in spirit and letter. Mr. Tilden's with fever, waa eo much wcrse Sunday that that the net revenue of the Government for hia relatives living at a distance were tele- follows: views are always interesting and worthy of Jletoitcd. 1. That we can not consistently 6 the fiscal year closing June 30 was the highest repect. graphed to. He waa rather more comforta- support any man for offica who Ufes make lees than for the or $24,829,163 ble Sunday night, and this morning (Mon or sells ardent spirits or authorz's his The friends of Judge M. H. Owtley, and preceeding year. The expenditures were day) bis condition was thought to be a lit- rieodi to ue the satne for him, in order to their name is legion, will read with regret $200,220,935, or $10,100,690 greater th&n tle more favorable. DEALKIl IN- secure his nomination or election to any his card declinios to become a candidate to those of the year previous. Hon. J. 8. VanWinkle, of this place, is office in the gift of the people. succeed himself. For 21 yean he has servThe Vice President receives $3,000 per for the democratic nomination IXorae Niioch, 2. Thtt the time has come to ignore pirty Hardware, Groceries Nh!11cn, ed his pjDple faithfully and well and he annum, in additioa to his compensation of a candidate Circuit Court Judge in the 8:h judicial affiliations and to vote for sober and quali Iron, NhIIh, for QuceiiNware, Buggy Whips, coneciousne;s of the will retire with the as a member of Congress. He ap BuKKV WhcclH, Sloven, district. Of his high attainments as a tied men for office in order to save our Cnne MIIIh, IlarncKfi, possession of as many friends sb any body, salary of points a private secretary with a HpoltCH, lawyer and his other eminent qualiGcations county and country from the evil effects of Grates, , Chlcr Mills, Imp Covorii, Anotiiek Kentucky editor has knocked $2,150.40. a messenger with a salary of for the place he seeks, it is unnecessary to the license system and desolating and ruin Ntoucu-ureItllllH, Corn NhellcrH, Collara, a persimmon, Mr. W. W. Anderson, who $1,400 and a telegraph operator at $1,200. speak anywhere in the district or through- oua consequence of the liqnor trafic. Fri-da- y The depot at St. Mary's took fire has been appointed Indian Agent at Crow They speak for themselves. 3 That we recommend the formation of Oliver Chiliad, Champloa Steel and Brinley Combined Plowi, Wooden morning and was destroyed, together out the Slate. ana Creek, Dakota. Mr. Anderson is a clever Miss Lucy L. Z.mmerman, a gracd Prohibition clubi in every precinct in our Cast Fnmpa, and the Celebrated MayQeld Elevator. Tin Rootwith the building formerly used as a depot, and accomplished gentleman, who will of the late Jco. F. Z mmermarj, county. ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. now the property of William Brown, daughter honor the pesition which has been given but died Thursday evening of consumption at 4 That we appoint a committee of one and a warehouse belonging to Jos. Blair. naicamen jo1in llrtunt,Jr. him, of her ulster, Mrs. Hartwell from eyery precinct in the county to circuOre is said to have originated from a the residence Williamsburg limet is offered for The on Friday evening late a petition among their neighbors, askThe was buried park from a passing locomotive. The lora Perry and sale by Mr. H. W. Newkirk, who wishes to at the cemetery. Mrs. 8allie 8andidge for- ing the LegisUtuje to paw a law granting is $3,000. engage in another business. This is a good merly Mis Yeager, wife of Jerry Sandidge, us tho privilege of voting on the liquor (or an energetic man, as the town opening They BoTn Had Sdffered, "Well, died Friday evening of pnenmanla after trafic at the next Augmt election, a special is declined to become the moit important of well, Jonathan! Is this reely you? Nev only three or four days illness. The funer- poll to be opened for that purpose. that whole section 5. That we hail with joy the epreid ol er would o' knowed yonl Don't think I've al took place Sunday. Col. Thos. McRoberls and Mr. W. J. Prohibition eentiments in our sister Southhis newspaper fr.enis were in hopes seed you afore in ten years. How's the All I hayo rccelTcd and itlll receiilng Lyle have returned from Durango, Mexico, ern State of Georgia and the whole South, that Urey Wojdeon would eet the Offens- world sarved you, anyhow, Jonathan?" enough, bad enough," replies Jo- where they have been inspecting Bllver East and Wed. "Bid boro poitoffice, but they are doomed to die They 0 That the Interior Journal, South The heated contest closed nathan, shaking his head sidly. "Sence I mines in which they are interested. appointment. Saturday by the President appointing cee you last I've lost my wife an' three brought back specimens of the ore, none em Journal and Kentucky Adioeate be re Coraprlitrig tlif bott in the market, which will be children, had my leg broke, my house tuk of which is worth lea than $42 per ton and quested to publish the?o proceedings. James Kennedy. The fire an' burn clean down, my Jarsey bull some of it as much as $30 per ton. The reiolutioni were unanimously adop Qotton Up in Stylo and Mnko Sooond to Nono in City or Country. Charlcs D. WRianr, a widely known died, the bink I bad my few savin's In bus- mines were worked in Spanish colinial ted and then upon motion M. G. Neviii', J. newspaper man, author of the famous Give Mo a Trial. ted an' last year I got merried again, I've times, but were afterwarda temporarily S. Murphy and M L. Bourne were appoint"Col Gulrippah Sketches" died suddenly in hed my full sheer of alllctions, I hev, Si- abandoned on account of the revolutinnaiy pointed an executive committee and J 1). Illinois, Saturday, form the effecU of h las." troubles, which foreo many years slllicted Bastin, J. O Neil, J. L. Hutchison, John wound received during the war. "You hev, indeed," says Silas sadly, as the country. When the new machinery, Anderson, E. B. Caldwell, Jr., J. W. WeatL; THE- Ilryant OCR friend, John A, Haldeman, is now a lank sharp-no'ed- , woman now In course of construction, is once in erford and Eld. Joseph Ballou were apand businees manager of the Louisville put her red h;ad out of tho windc-- and operation the almost exhautlesi wealth rf pointed to circulate the petition mentioned BUSINESS COLLEGE. titration. Mr. W.M.Redman having taken the thet-cut the air with theie wordc mines can be rapidly brought to the in the 4th resolution. No other businers principal book keeper lor the of "Yon come 'long here an' git me tome surface. appearing the meeting was clneed with Courier Journal. rBruanblp,Tyje.wrllIng, Banting, Arithmetic. At. It ! the only wood, Silas Haxton, or yo'i don't git a bite Bjaid of Commissioners prayer by Eld. Joseph Ballou. II C. Clay, of College In Dili iscllou wherein Geo. P. BaiouT.Chm Congressman, Hon. Ja?, ter eat todayl Mosey right 'long this Is taught aa book arc Vcpt by the brat Oorc thoughtful and of the Lsxington Lunatic Asylum, presents R, E. Barrow, Secy. B. McCreary, cjntinues to favor us with minnlt! You hear mt?'' bankers, and a thorough practical knowledge of account glreu. Hai the largest and bent arranged a minority report signed only b- hlmeeU, "We've bath had our misfortin," said useful public documents, for which he will Eight moonshiners, accompanied by rooms of any College In the Wrst. Thoutandsol successful graduates testify to the aboy, Oradu that Dr. R C. Cdenault lu been g jilty of St. Pan! Globe. Silas gloomily. accept thanks. oventy-eigwitnesses the lot from Per- atMhsTe no double In obtaining good situations. Calloraddrus Improper fcehavior to the female attendants Fourteen thousand, ore hundred an The receiptH at Internal Revenue Coland inmates and that la hia opinion hit ry, Letcher, Knott and Floyd counties initT- - iihvb arrived in & letter? rnt to ha Tlector Cox'j office during November wero I,tpr Of- - rnioval would redound ( th Collogo, lovinion unuer the es I . Cor. Third and Jtflersun, l.UL'liMLI.K, KY. Cce last yetr for want of an addreoc Louisville Times. turtol a U.S. Marshal, eati of the aijluio aiiu a.ie. Ma-hon- Ky., have failed. A steam tug at New York exploded, killing five men and injuring many other. The Mayor of New York has sued the Woild for $r0,000 because of an alleged li bel. It seems that John W.Daniel has the call for Senator in Virginia to succeed Ilk at lillza-bcthto- vn, Rjssell Circuit Court. ocsWJkw?--, I have definitely determined not to run Mrs. 11, J. McRonEttTd and Miss Ida ON OR ABOUT APRIL THE FIRBT, for Judge, reasons, personal and private Prewitt have returned from Harrodsburg. fAKvt (RWHWI nMv I wish I Lava nroduced this determination. bring anew and most ilostrabto nock Mr. H. E. Wooirnuc, the polite and of exntct to y Milliner eirr brought eua. it wsre otherwise, 'Arm district for 24 clever representative of the Adtocale, was tomer am wuli uuuiuuil to Stanford. My kept with the class I FOR 19QQ.I JfiBU row. uregard to ue useless lor we to say year's haa been a' true to me aa a faithful here yesterday. ii wuum It. Thanking WlllbfntlMVIIEKlolUrt.llrtil,. tilutaitonnttr la laj cuitotntri UMTnrllbalr4rlattl IIMlillllbnl irortr". wife ever was to her husband. I came Inlllu.t.fttlaB. ...I... Uf.liU I.uiUHmi ... ...l.l. Miss Dollie Willi an 8, the lovely ivi ,uur I'Aat iiAirunjigo, : t Still Kllclt tains- In lh pnng. KH.J14TK JtVnjtKtlAit, to office aa Common wealth's Attorney in little brunette of the West End, is visiting 78 2m art nWi.it nl:i.ii, nt;i.it(i..w rrut& UUnlorJ,Ky, to. all. ttmititf t Uulil UmIiihi. IW It. 1802. and had to deal with guerrillas on Miss Ella Peyton. D. M. FIRRY A CO., Detroit, Mlahlgnn. the borders. In 1874 I accepted my com Dr. Jackson Givens and Mr. John mission is Judge at the hands of the State Bastin, of Pittsburg, were here yesterday on troops sent to quiet n riot in my own town. a visit to relatives. The district, thank God, id now peaceful, W. II MtLLEti went to Frankfort yes tj lb my Wends Kentucky: Oeclnes. the 8th Judicial Ditlrict of PFB&tWit . v wf ir Mn. I J. W. Alcohm has gone to the IS fcMr Look Out For New Millinervl CwlHJJ- ft? HIS" ' JSf5 5fcr .rltATa'. flSisfc & -- mmuAiu any-thi- .m - AtK) t4 PLEASE DON'T FORGET suboe-nuentl- That we carry the Largest Stock of Groceries, Hardware and Queens ware in the city; Ave Vf i. ed That e ps are Millers' Agents and wholesale depot for Flour and Meal; h That our stock of Pleasure Vehicles, including everything from a Hoard Cart to a Barouche, is always complete, to-d- ay. - o 1 And that we guarantee Lowest Prices, style and finish considered. Also, that we still handle the celebrated Wagons, "Old Hickory" and Mitchell. I b.-id- Big line Panning Implements. (xram Drills, I urning Plows, both riding and walking, of And all of which we guarantee at Lowest prices. EEIC3S-HT t Ct HETCALP, CURRAN. BRIGHT "Well Paid Employment! i ni $323,-690,70- w. H. HIGGINS I -- H. C. RUPLEY, mi;kchat tailor. NEW GOODS FOR FALL & WINTER - thin-lippe- 2ii, po-eiti- d LOUISVILLE Ucok-kecpl- e - ht thir-tv.fj- iu -i bt Louisville Bryant Stratton Business u .. GOING TO SATDM L'W JoL aJN &$ JSLBt I aV GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE ! r Of the Combined Stocks of-- & LYTLE! STnSTOZROD ( vl 1 I ' ' ' K s 3 !l 1 .Ji l kiettxjoic:Dollais - t "&" Ti' 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 SSvJi . 1 .. J5 MM) l I) - M I V I ' -- . unilTTu q v" ' ,v l r. ll ft ' Tlioiisam Of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Fancy Goods, Etc., Etc., at and below Wholesale Cost. A greater portion of the stock is NEW AND SEASONABLE, having been bought for the present season's trade, and the Goods are of Superior Quality and Style, adapted to the requirements of the best trade. The unseasonable goods in stock are selling BELOW FIRST COST and induce purchasers to buy and carry over for Spring and slightly damaged goods, sold and Summer use. Great BARGAINS are offered in a limited amount of tail-enregardless of cost to insure quick sales. The sale is strictly for cash and no accounts will be made. d Wi wnm mmrmmmxkK twa I.U. Malt LOCAL TIME CAHO. training Lrptwitraitr " North. twmh. rtih Koch.., nl thxjTlealuUlA! on tUodard about 20 ml ni .H llm. ll it r A. 1 1 S r. A. . v. M. M. CaNNKI) CiooiW of lucl brttidi, aud nil new package, At T. K. WiltouV al-u- ioit Tiu: Mree kvc lluutv W Inter llAKKi0hH inov.-- t In cnnfeciioa ery and restaurant to hu houn oppwh Solar W (i Waum. , i J.T Wle' Tiik wa mid bf Teterl-- f to Alo-r- for J7.500 Dr. G Goldstein, the occulist, will reRELIGIOUS. builiime on Muin Store RoomFor Rent. Ojnmii'iont'r W. (!, main at the My era Jtolwe this wetk and go P.sv C 0. Green miiI pio.ch at Crab Tho larso and OdiraWe Stcro P.com In Tun Iw- Mr. A'lie fi Farrisi to JlutHnviile next Monday without fail, Orchard ntxt Sunday. TBitloaJouitiii. building, firm ik on Mala it. few days at the where he will reifiain bit' I (I. Ii'terary Sjcity will mett WeMherford Hoiae, i J LOCAL NOTICES. Au. wim ii&: your IcAIUUr. oUm and I' bool book frgm P"ht .4 McAlis- - tada br Clio, 4uil Watciiih and Mtriiitel b JeIrr repMrea on Pnny nhrt tued n SjJ.. hot cottni. Krlxht A C.imo. in n.Uetory "till Imp tn ;l m re to Tour nc ur .1 Cj-ef- '"" V& in Bcy tin lLm ling Kotnedy, the orii-,ia- l from i'enny As McAl- - RockcAMle, have ben abolnhed an pot ami onlr genuine, cfilcen rind an nflice ha ben e'tablhlied at A coMri.rrK stork of jewelry, latwt Rrumtield in Uiyle county itylo. Kockford watrhe a specialty. Penr.r A Mc Mister In the County Court rcitcrday the wilU of Mri. lhiiilow, George W. Aihlock and V, LOCALHTAfflfTs. II. Napier were admitted to probate, Mr. CIWanteh. To hundreil bushels of W M. Dudderar (palitrin;: m administra lrt.li potatoes. Bright A Melrlf. tor cf the latter. 'Squire M. C Porttnan in was granted tavern license. The will of TiiKEmiixen pira of Holler skater (Jornelnu Iraylor wan ctlared for protute, ,.ood order for sale. W. 1 Walton, KUn but continued till next court. There will ford. be a contest over it, we underatand. A XI.W Unc Of XlCKBL I'LATED 8cisors reanil Shears, every pair eturanleed, just " Model Grocery." ceived tit "The W. 15 Withers ia announced In this feme as n candidate for Avewar. In his younger and more prosperous days, Mr. Wither eerved the couuty acceptably as xhenfl' and feels that he ia competent as he know that he will be faithful to dis:harge the duties that the ollice of awewor would demand. lie has been before the people for Mme time and haa many friends pledged to stand by him to the lut. J'u!aki coiaty; Oro,Ju Vegiburt!, In Wayn; und Orlando, y; IN order to give all a chance to sec and goods elect nt leisure, a stock of ChriatmM will be open at 'The Model Grocery" after Dec. 0, "85 aflection, which had afllicted her for never- alyeira. Disides a husband, who is utter Mn. J. L Hucuiss: says he did not ly ca.t down at his los, she leaves three "cruelr baat" old man Cook but only ued children to be forever denied the evolCook waa ution of a mother's tender love, She was him m the occwlon demanded. and each was fined $'2 and a member of the Cnristian church and a r the BRRTta-ogood woman in every reipect. the COBts divided between them. been appointed post J. Will Jameh ba 8iiot nv a Highway ItonnEtt. -- Sunday maJterat Crab Orchard to aucceed Mr. J. nisht about 0.30 as II. Frank Diweon wof of T Coadwlck.on the lecimmendatlon riding alonj the pike between George D. in a clever, young Gov. McCreary. He Hopper's and 8peara FisherV, a man sprung nt in a good bUBinew initn and the npintmf from the eide of the road and catching his one. horso by the bridle, put a pistol In hia faco to fc'anU Wnii.K nrranfiing a petition and demanded his money. Mr. DiVion year old Loy immediately knocked the weapon down and Clauaa few nIBhtBOH Ule the kind of of this place, afierBpeclfTing it was discharged, tho ball paulog through little eiaters me can oi nis ie ana producing quite a tora he desired brought for hi good and brother, added: "And do for the piinful wound, Mr. Dawson then drew his p.ns, Lord'e He, bring mams a paper of own pistol and fired at the robber, whom out." for it eeemH like ehe 1h alwaya ho took to be a negro, aevtnl times as he reduced. All wcol fled and he Is of the opinion that one ball Cloak Htook to be All at leatt took effect, though nothing haa been 50 cloakn for S 1.50, former price 50 for J0.50, former price $10 heard of the ecoundrel. It was a bold atwool clok 50 tempt and it was perhaps well with Mr, All wool clonks S9, former price $12 $11. 0, former price Diwfon that he acted f o promptly, an he All wool cloak for price might have got the ball in his face. Dr $15. All wool cloake for $10, former former Dronaugh was Bent for aud dressed the $14. All wool nloaka for $15.50, pric'o $20, nl o'ul Jren'n cloaka with name wound, which he ty will mt fcriotuly , near Kings Mounta'n, was totally defrayall ed by fire Friday night, trgether with of its contents. T It Walton has bought from J. II. Paxton, agent for the Miawi Bwsley, their lot west of Will Cray's residence for $S00 and will build a neat dwelling on it next TiiEresideocoof Mr William towden, Jl T. Ditiiel will preach here came Friday night, bringing w.th it i nexiriitrir.il mi I Sun lay at 11 o'ekek of mow, which neulr co'tipd the giotuid. each day. s very din tsALt-W. II. Miller b! h'1 a half Both Stturday and S.lnday wr-r-- Riv. W. J. Uol z;ls writes that his acre 'lot on AVbitlejftrcft n hyTjcoxtHelon agreeable diy, a kern and hih Xirihweat uiee ing at Montirelln rf tilled ia 51 win! UiSkinf it d)iihl c.i and ycntenUy for $100', and r a.ent for Mn S. K Ilitre Q iia koiu to u MiHlovMr 3J acriM un litA nurnnpv tui Arxxn f.i The prottneted meeting nt Curietian Sjiaorrtt pike at $112 50 per acn. the Hush A telegram from Williamsburg church closed on Tuesday night with 27 at 2:35 for the addition to the church. It wap conducted l'KOCRruixu on the promise of Presi- say?: Jo Eatlv wa pchool teacher When they by Eld ITow. - i Harrodsburg Dsinpcrtt. murder of the dent . mmerman that the Cawapcake A new Catholic church i binc erected for him he said he had entered the XuriTilltt will bo loctted throuli Buren nothing to say. A lot of ' hill Billys" and at Lutherbom, tie Swiss village in this itmi tin nee to Greenebur;, if the county regro raised a big fiws as he was brought county, S miles from Crab Orchard. Mr. will raine $50,000 in subscriptions, the and hu was hurried on to a tcili'jlil and J O tenbeimer gave the ground and most Glasgow and vicinity have raised out peuple of ol the material for that purpose. awunj immediately. within $11,775 of the rtquired amount. The protracted meeting at the Hill TllK Creamery at Lebanon proved even Street Met hod if t church waa to have clout d 'Inn Ladies of the Presbyterian Aid So- a flatter failure than our miserably been 4G ciety have decided to give a pound party, concern. In a little over a jeir lafit night, up to which there had H. C. Moraddition to the church. R-at which refrefhments are to be eerved, on it ran in debt about $3,500, which with ita the nicht of the 29th of thia month. A first coet of $1,500, made it tax its owners rison is a powerful revivalist and drew feature of the occasion will be the sale of a to the amonnt of about $S,000. List- - week crowds of interested auditors -- Lexington lot of old maids at auction. They will be it was sold at public auction and brought Gsette,6th William'" temperance raisMon "Noble veiled and wrajpeJ beyond recognition the punny sum of $1,012 One great draw- in Louisville has been highly successful and then put up to the highest bidder and back to the enterprises paying in this sec and he has been received with great favor by the friends of Rev. Geo. O Barnes there. when "knocked cfl" it shall be the duty of tion r -lis the tremendous cost that the Evanfrom A private the purchaser to properly provide for his ectors charged for the buildings and uit gelist" wasletter his the ''Mountain Friday nicht meeting, read at There purchase the ret of the evening. l. chlnery. In each caee it was $4 500, when which was publihed in the will no doubt be lots of fun. experienced builder tells us that $2,000 an ita-o- u WealntinlaT ni ht at Mr. .1. W when an unumally interftin-.- ' w,t lv A'cornV, The OrH really cohl kiii . f tlw day. Muttony will preach nt Is tor rent. Fork Cnnn'li.Girrard, at 11 o'c'ook Eu -i-- U Rev. It It Am1y to ff. J'. W.4 L'lO.V, iitzt&. uit ltr A GOLDEKCHANCE. Two of our strong uercbanti are golrg Wert, which leaves a gcod opening lor others. My atore house, one ot the bat and beat locations In tfuu-furtormerly occupied by McAliitcr .t Lytle, Is far rcut. Cau bo had for a term of reara If desired. Call s)ou. d, Dec. lm) II. 1'AXAItNDAf,E. DR. G. W. BRONATTGH Has REMOVED hit office to that Uad Philips on Lancaster atret, opposite tho Conit-UousBoarding at Philip Nunnelley'a. on same atrct. Ue may le foun 1 at his office or rooms at all hours except when profeisiocally aUcnt. SALE OF TOWN LOTS And Tract of Land, ! mis-nitnt- Aa Agent ofthcheira of Mu.ntlzibethBeazley. dee'd. I oiler lor aale privately two town lots ot about 1 Acm each, situated on Miln street In Stanford, Ky., on one ot which is a fotnfiiriable and commodious cottage; the other, wblshls riluatcd between the rcildences of W. P. Walton aud Wni. Craig, with the exception of a firit-clia unimproved. Ialaootftr a tract of atom Ci Acres or Land, altuated on th Knob Licit turnpike, one mile from 8 anlard. It is in a tine elate ol cultivation, but bss no improvements For terms of salo apply to me. " . II. 1'AXTOX, Agent. Courier-Jour-na- FOB SAJLYE! Fmkni3 of the family here were pained to learn by telegraph Friday of the death of Mr. Laura, wife of W. J. Poteet, at Harrodsburg. Her difieate was a spinal John K companied The last waa the most enjoyable of the Procter, and Mr. J. 0:tenbeimtr, visited Kink entertainments in every respect. The the Swiss colonies in this county last week Gold & 8ilrer Bind gave an excellent pro and in a pleasaut interview told us that he gramme, in addition to the fine baritone Mr. JoeF. Water, and the Kenwa greatly plewd with the condition in solo of by Slate Geologist, Tun Swiss Minister, CjI. Emil Fiey, ac reliKtiou. O ,t.uj it llrl' Illlii. which he found the colonists. They are prosperous and content and he believes they have acted wisely in settling in this particular locality. There are more than thirty families ol them In this county and as a general thing they are making good citiMna and earning more than their livelihoods. CjI. Frey ia a most nflible as well gentlesh a cultivated and accomplished impresecd all who met man and favorably him. He tells us that being on a visit to this country at the breaking out of the war and belonging to a family of soldiers, he yielded to hh boyish desires, and jjined tho Federal army a a priyate, cjming out at the end of hostilities a major. He wa in mtny of the noted battles and remembers a not very pleasant experience of several months confinement in the Libby Prison at Richmond. At he end of the war he returned to Swi's;rland ana was given a maj 's position in the army there, in which he aroio to the rank of Brigadier General. The complete recanclliation of the soldiers of the two armies late in conflict here is a source of much surprise and more eaMs faction to him, and he feels proud that he is an honortry citizin of a country, which produces so generous and noble a people. I I wish to sell three small tricts of good Uanglng Fork Land, 004 containing 1 3 Acves, one VO rlere and the third HO Acres, the latter with comfortable improvements, all rich land and In re parato tracts. Alio ISO A even of No. 1 Knob Land en Mason's (lap, near Sunlo-.d- . W. WITOKRN All ofthla land hai been lately aurveyM and any one for Asseiaor, mliject to the action wishing to purchase cto ace p'at b" calling on me. la aCanilldato Will sell low for cash or on any reasonable time, of the Democracy. with Interest at Gper cent; tucky Quartette's song was lavishly encored i. .tj. FF.r.Axn. and repeated. There were more lady skat Stanford, 8. TAN . P. P. have a number of ers than usual and the bjys were unusunl a Csnilldate for Clrc.lt Judge of the 8th it tutjret to the Primary election ol the ITlno ltiillw, ly gallant. Next Ftiday night the musiparty to beheld the 1st Saturday In March, (Yearlings and weanlings) cal programme will be as follow: tbst I will sell low and 1&9G. any of my fine females, aged ones etlnttd to th IMBT I. Dike or Plalnvlew, a iu prior animal; or I will Nclblg 1 OTeiluie-Fe- itlt al exchange for fat hogs. Am owj ccei. Waldtenlel 2 My Cbiriner Wcltz A. II. F. GRAND HOLIDAY WeVib 3 Excursion Polka LaUtiiy 4 Manola March I bare In charge a iplenJld muilcal Inatrument, Sole for Cornet the "Ctleatoon," an automttlc luatrutueut, thut ll. produces any number of tunes without an InTho Houso and Lot ScbnuTr structor, Tula Qne muilcal wonder will be ranted 6 Ilosruiaiy March 50 cents each Fcirszl at my abopaaaoon aa 60 chances at 7 Sweet Smiles Waltz aro taken. The Celeatoon la worth JiJcaab. Thoie In Wet Stanford, lately occupied by F.Icbardsou Proud villa wDOduIre to taken cbauceehou'd call en meat Watts. A verrdeilriblo plsceln many 8 WaMlne Polka reipects. Southwell onco. You might obtain It for only SO cents. ror further Infurmatlon, ecqulre of 9 Nero March O. JlllAUY. GIMt ra-Sciu'.an 10 Popular Waltzes jr. Jl. lilGf.'IXS. m would have been a big price. - 3EVT ADYKHTiatOtEIITA. B. JOHN WINKIiE Jt D!i-trlc- t, lc fesliortliom RAFFLE. "5-l- ta FOR .aBSHNTT. The Owensboro Inquirer tells of the ac tion of a sharp lawyer of that city. While standing in a store he chanced to overhear a conversation relative to a pocket book, which had just been found on tbe tloor by one of the clerks, wnere it nau neen arop ped by a customer, who had left a few mo ments before. Gathering that the pocknt book, which contained considerable money, belonged to a gentleman against whom he represented a claim, which be bad vainly striven to collect, be said nothing, but hastened to the Court house, and within fifteen minutes had gotten out an attachment, placed it in the hands of the sherifl' aud had it served on the holders of the ot wallet before th lnpblM owner Hrl dhcov'ered hi less. POSTED. Wethe undenUned rIts notice that our lands flihlng, are poiltlTely roiled Ralnat hunting for game or anything elo, or treipasslng farina, without Inany way by pasilng through our ipecial permit, except Tliltlng or on builoeaa with uaor thoie llrlng on our UuJi. Violators may exiect p oocutlon to the extent of lb law. all-el- tber 80-- U FOR A. C. CAKMAN, A. M. KKLAND, IKW1K. 8ANIKOIIO Man and Beast. Mustang Liniment is older than most men, and used more and more every year. PHOTOGRAPHY! Ol LouUtIUo, bat pltchnl bli tont In Stanford . Thfrl will msXpT-- t c'Vi, tfr-- .V i Yht. A- - S BYINGTON ty, "l-li- a. --'m i Scm(-8KteHn3nttri- or journal , lao.nyars iioieat KENNEDY E. PuroMtroui Oxide Gas aainlolitarel whan December 8, 1885 indiscreet, they bnve terribly expiated Stanford, Ky to tho action ol j IsnCanJIdatefor Assessor, subject boon ever upon their error, and if the affair leads to the health, and bestowed way toman Is perfect the Democratic ptrty. tho true insure health library, with parchase of a Sunday school DB. W. B. PENNY, it to purify jour blood with Ayer's E. O. WALTON, - Buslnos8 Mannsor. GEORGE 8. CAKPENTEK out the aid of a previous show of any kind, Donttat. Mrs. Kllza A. Cloiigh, 31 Arllug-to- n BTANrOHD, KUNTUCKT. perhaps Brownsville will have no cause to st., Lowell. Mn., writes: "livery It a Candidate fur Coanty Clerk, aubjoct to tho acOffice on Lincitnr trirat, roxt door to Ihth-kio- r Engtion of tha Democracy. The Brownsville Scandal. winter and spring my faintly. Including regret the failure of the tableaux JoOKNALoRlce. Office houta fronts toli a.. M.and 1 tot r. u. Antithetic ml mlullorit whoo myself, use several bottles of A)cr's In a certain town D&tueil Brownavllle, lish paper nocemrr. M. JOHNNON' Kxpcrlcnco has comlucctl me where it waa considered neccwarj to supA Few Theatrical Aors Clara Mor that, as a powerful Sunday S:hool of one of the chap-elf- l of Lincoln touuty, sub Is a Candldato for Assessor ply the ria is past forty, but time has only intensiJect to the action ol the Democracy. with a library, no method of raising the fied her powers. She Is from Cleveland, utceMiry funde 8UR?eled itaelf to the OrrosiTai Couit'llouaic where she is known as Mrs. F. 0. Harriott. WILLIS C. BA.KNETT The idea of subscribing the made her first Twenty three years ago she - - KENTUCKY, IaaCandldabslorthe offlce of Jailer of Lincoln DANVILLE, money was no directly at Tarianca with purifier, It Is very much superior to any county, mbject to primary election of the Demotaking a minor part in MoaltareM-rredawas appearance there, all hours. Game alwaya on modern eccleaiaattcil practice that it other preparation of S:traparllla. All cratic party. r hand and lit lta toaaoo, ojatara freilt tlth, and the "Seven Sisters." Her pay waa then $3 persons of scrofulous or coiiMiuiptlvo rvlirintulv not tO bj thought Of. 10 this dellraclnaaerTed In all atylM and on ahort ', per week, but at present it is more than one ' Woodbine llotuu-rant- " notice. look out for the tlgn W. T. SAUKLH2UN mid especially delicate children, tXW emereenay the nuplU of the Sunday Sshoo and call wheu you are hungry. tiundreu timet wru sum. mnie. uanau-sche- k aro sure to ho gi rally benefited by CM1 its It a CanJdita lor Jailor, subject to the action ol undertook thennelye to secure the needed V.U., F. If. JTAHOSltKUIRn was born at Prague in 1S32. Mag use." J. Y. Starr, Luconla, Iowa, write: the Democracy. Danville, Ky. of the money by glvms; an entertainment gie Mitcholl (Mrs. Paddock) was born in " For years I was troubled with Scrofn-lou- s sort known in uppei circles ai "tabowa." this citv the same year. She made her Th ifitm itihm4 tnm if, ef tut iim tin. complaints. I tried scwral different T. H. PENNIXGTOX . ..m.m rur.ai ' .nv rHUIra Hl1t Thsre -- ii a norelty in the proposal of an debut at 20, and has been very successful i(l, atlnnUIIll lh,lrolfol ftloilrl (i,lll Umi! preparations which did me little, If any, aub-el. fM.cn rrtacla a Candidate for County Clerk ol LlncolD, tul ntrslDI u4 allau-entertainment originate! and Damaged en ih Mil I xttnr i.ff k ftlM mMi I ,rp good. Two bottles of Ayer's Sariapa-rlll- a It to tha actton of tho Uamocrncr. Drossod Pino Flooring, Oeillng, Woathor ever since. J. K. Emmet was born in 18 il WA mmklaM plta,h In Iha mulUla lla f lh, a!4 n.M).iaac krallal t4 and Its Gnmcial success tirely by children, lailn effected n completn cure. It Is my 'l.:. Uia Boards, Finishing Lumber, Greon and ought now to be in the fullness of bis "1. la TiitlK Cataoaia KaalM l, liiitan Va seemed so probable that the children wero powers, but "he is no man's enemy but his opinion thr--i this tncdlclno Is tho best Lumber in the Rough, including JUDGE W. O. II 1NSFOK1) blood unanimously thanked and urged to go on Laths and Shingles. la a Candldato for County Attorney ot Lincoln, own " Lawrence Barrett waa born in 183S, tubjtct to the action of the Democracy. i in their work. Kor tlieconranlfnccof our customer! In HUu- - n.'.'."."" "moaa and Xat'Goodwin in 185G. Tony Pastor is coanui. a ford an! Xclnlty we hare arranged with Hen, Even now, after the affair is orer, no one fifty four. Fanny Davenport is 3G, but has fali",'"""7 " Cklkl" taaUUti. rattttab It. HViirt'is tokeeponhla yardt anaitortment JUDGE T. W. VAKNOX 'JT of our Lumber, where they can get It at cheap at Itolh for ule by Dr. M. L. 1IOUHNK, BUnford. doubts that the children memt well The been most of her life on the stage, her faof tho day." C. E. I'plon, Nashua, X. II., from indirect, lie will alto make ettlmatei for of Counto Iheofflco It a Candidate for thiHf at ths time, indigaintly bnachad, ther, the late E. L. Davenport, having been writes: All on thorl l, which "For a number of ears I ty Judge, tubject to the action of the Democracy. any bills not n linnJt ELVISwe will A VIH, notice. that some wicked iodiridual attachel to a distinguished player. Maria Precott is was troubled with a I Lily, Ky. humor In my eye, aa oppjsition clinrch had deadtahly lured one of the youngest of the present stars. aud unablo to obtain relief until I com8WOPE the children into a path certain to end in She was born in Kentucky in 1S53, and menced using Ayer's Sar.nparill.i. I ha o Its Candidate for County Claik of Lincoln, aubject PIANOS, OltGANN, MUSIC, cVc disaster i no lonjer credited. When the made her debut in her twenty-thirtaken several bottles, nm greatly beneto.tbe action of the Democracy. year, fited, and believe It to be tho bet of blood We araagnUfor the old and reliable John leading small bays of the 8unday School Kate Ciaxton,who is past 40, has witneeeed Church Co., of Cincinnati. Ohio, for tha talaofi'l- purifiers." It. Harris, Creel City, Usmsey promised th ptitor that their tableaux some strange experiences, the most fearful GEUHGE II. CUOPEK anoa. Organt, Automatic Mutlcal luatrumtnta and Co., Dakota, writes: "I have been ati Mutlcal Merchtndlte In Lincoln and (larrard would be conSnuJ exclusively to the Old being the burning of the Brooklyn TheaIt a candidate for Cou .ty Clerk of Lincoln, tubject tounttet, Kentucky. Jlotithlu I'rttmcHfw Intense sufferer, with Dyspepsia, for the to the action of the L emocratlc party. was felt that the en received until paid fur. The bent mtnmlnril Teitament subjects, it pan three years. Six months ago I began tre, where sbe narrowly escaped. The vetCo., Haaalton maker, win, KnabeA New Kngland PI liro., tertainmentciuld not fail to be entirely eran of the stage, at least in service, is Dion to use Decker A Son, Ieratt aud anoa, 1 BAILEY upright or aquara. InOrcana, tha followJAMES either unobjectionable, and though the bays' n ing makert: dough A Warren, John Bouclcault, who is now 63, acd ought to la a candidate for Circuit Clerk, tubject to the ac Church A Co. and the Sterling, with tha patent judjukit proved in the end to be at fault, be a rich man. He haa been the most protion ol the democratic party. iXtiltw llrll Attachment. of their intention there can of tho rectitude Tho Cflcntrott, tn Automatic Mutlcal lific and popular dramatist of the age, but tea moat perfect In the world. be no honest doubt. Illustrated cataloguca tent tree to all who apply, anything and henco is poor. NEWLAXD never saved T. D. alto tha txtt reference from thota who hate Wnen the audience assembled nd learn N. Y. Letter to Cincinnati Enquirer. la a candidate for Hberifl of Lincoln county, aub- - bought and 1tried any of t ha abor mutlcal lottru-menJ. OTTENHEIMER, ed from the programme that the entertain It lias effected an entire cure, and I am ject to the action of tha domocracy. Ad rem ua at Htanforl, Ky. N. It. Jb L. J. COOH. To dress a sheepskin with the wool on, now as well as ever." would begin with "Incidents in the meat Crab Orchard, Ky Life of Joseph," there was a general feel- wash the pelts in warm water and remove W. L. DAWNON Sold by all Druggists. ing of delight and satisfaction. The story all fleshy matter from the inner surface IaarandldaieforJatler ol Lincoln County, tubI'rico $1 ; Six bottles, $C. OHIO & MISSISSIPPI W of Joseph has such a fine Rip, camping-ou- t Cleanse the wool with toft soap and wash ject to the action of the Democratic party. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aver A Co., Lowell, flavor that it has always commanded it out well. When the p;lt is perfectly The Direct Itoule to Mass., U. S. A. SAM. M. OWENS the admiration of the young. Those child- clean and free from nil fatty and oily matIi candldtta for Jailer of Lincoln county, aub ren who took no part in the tableaux were ter apply the following named mixture to ject t tho action of the Democratic party. E. H. BURNSIDE, charmed with the prospect of seeing Jo- the flesh side. For a pelt take a quarter Northwrtt and Southwcot bf the i; of seph cast into the pit, and the grown peo- pound each of common silt and ground al D. It. CAKPEXTEK, Well - Known This Old ple among the audience ere quite touched um, and a hall ounce or borax; dissolve at County Attorney, la a Candidate for Hotel Maintains its ,lT.lDI Chattanooga lor tubject to tbo action of the Democratic paity. by the thought ihat the character of Joseph the whole in one quart of hot water, and, Itrllle and Cincinnati mtkt High Boputation, direct connection at thoM (olnta with the Ui commanded so much respect in the Sunday when the mixture is as hot as the hand can AND Liprru on the Ohio A luiHppl tot HI JAMES IV. ALCORN chool that his name was placed at the bear, add enough rye meal to make a thick Its Proprietor is Determined that Loula and all polnta Wett. IS WAItnANTKD to cure Fever and Lou1itIII n Dli head of the programme. S3, after the paste. Spread this on the flish side of the Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, lta Cadi latef or C;r u Uitti li fn it 8hftll be decond to no Country TO TTnnrJi "n'frorut. Loula. beingor Clncln-- y half to two hours V trlct, atjtct to tha act ou of tha Deimcracy . Quicker than anj other Una, glrlrtg our pattengan Hotel in the State in its Fare, choir had sung the opening chorus, tbr pelt. Fold the pelt lengthwise and let it Dengue Fever, Dumb Ague. Illlloui Fever, (or "Urcak-bono- " Fever), Liver time for ratili and flrtt choice of Appointments, or Atten In tralai lifting, or rather the pulllnj aside of the remain two weeks in an airy and shady Complaint, and all diseases arising from going Wcet. tion 10 uomiorr, oi Malarial polions. II. C. WAIKRE1V curtain was awaited with pleased impa- place; then remove the paste, wash the be. their Guests, 12Hours Quiokor ToOiaaha and aor jronJ than by to the oflce el for I In. going by way "Harpers, S. C, July 0, ISSf. It a Candidate Attorney ol the 8th Judicial Dit skin and dry it. When nearly dry scrape tience. f Chicago. The first a:ene represented Joseph in the skin with a creicent shaped knife. Its Baasaae will ba coasareS to aad ttom the da "For eighteen months suf-cre- d trlct, tubject to tho action of the Democracy. free of charge. RpecUI aceommoJatl oat the act of going to school clad in his coat softness depends much on the amount of ivith Chills and Fever, to Commercial Trai elera. Tha liar will alnaji tapcll.d with ta choleast of miny colors. With a happy combina. working it receives. luiving Chills every other day. O. II. WADDLE Always utku braadtof Llaaora aid Cttara. tion of patriotism and realism, the coat Attorney of la ("atdldate Jcst A Boy's Luck. A Sacramentan After trying various remedies thea 8th Judicial for Commonwealth'a tha action of Timo to Con was made out of some old fligs begged from DIfrlct, recommended to cure, used a the Democratic parly. tubject just come down from Qrasa Valley reports a captain of a ship in the port, and in having witnessed a singular accident near bottle of Ayer's Ague Cure, and With all Lines at point of colors and general gorgeousnees St. Louis and Intermedial Points that place. He says that James Harrigan have never since had a chill. was all that the most extcting admirer of Can Ho Ciircil. EDWIX HARPER." BUILDERS ATTENTION! and Joe Flack, of Grass Valley, were IVo FcrrlcM, Mo OuuillsiiHTrauH. Joseph could ask. PnETAKED BY We are now prepared to furnlah all klnda ol lumdriving along near town and were on the Theie It perhapa no dlteat so preralent as Of course, the children meant well, and ber In the rough and egenta for planing ullla. fern. or IndlgMtlon, and one, too, tint up to the Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. brink of a hill when the wagon overturned. Keep constantly on hand droned rliorlng, celling, prrwnt time baa battled the tklllof ihe moat euil- that fact ought never to have heen for an At the time when the wagon was doort. eaih, bllnJt, moulding net t pbjilclant. Sold by all Druggists. s oonecu tit mj le in Union He of the chronic r.,u upaot a Ac, at loweat prices. base their origin In Dyspepsia. Ktlhw-- Mi instant forgotten. No one in the audience rI,u?h,"el.nt,0f"nM KOlDS sitl little son of Harrigan'a was in the vehicle llHIOlIT .V- - 3IKTCALF. apiellte, Ion of rJeafa, a feeling ol foresaw the terrible catastrophe which was IullneM or weight In tha ttomach. ocrulonal nauand was standing in a barrel. The barrel "". " " sea or Tomlltng, acldltr, llatulencc, dull ln In to prematurely terminate the representathe hetd, with a avnaatlon of beaTlnett or glddl-nea- t, started down the hill at lightning epeed RENT. FOR Irregulatitr ofliowelt, low tplrltt, tleepleat-nee- t, tion of Joseph' remarkable caresr, and and the youta on the inside uttering 500 sallow tkin. derangeuieat of kldnejt,and not hence it is absurd to say that the children i-unfrcjuenllr palplutlon of Ihe heart. -- MY yells to the minute. The barrel rolled at If you ara tuQertug with any of these symptoms themselves foresaw it. It was a sad, sad To strengthen the stomach, create an Un Danrllle Avenue. In Stanford. The house con- Taatenger Ag'l Ohio -- MUliaVAatlway. least 150 yards and then bounded into business, as the event showed, but the disappetite, and remote tho horrible depresUlna 7 rooms, cellir and porch. Iot well ImprovWolf Creek. Harrigan and Flack, who sion a it la, buggy houte, waon the.1. with WW PBABODY. W. b!'Siuttu1 and despondency which result from ed, atabletmoke house and a appointment of the children ought to have cittern, all coil and had not been injured by the accident, rushIndigestion, there Is nothing so effective new and In good repair, Emjulre on premlw. saved them from a sneering misconstrue UW1A,ntn0.WrnM'4fn, ed to the stream and soon fished out the ftf.t J. It. as Ayer's Pills. These I'ilU contain no tion of their motives youth, who was found to be considerably calomel or other jwlsonom drug, act WII,I, CUKE YOU. The second scene exhibited Joseph in directly on tho digestive and assimilative bruised and nearly dead from fright. 8ac the grasp of his unnecessary quantity of KtNTIICKY Koratleby Dr. M. I,, llou'ne, Stanford, Ky.TS-6organs, and restore health and strength to ramento Bee. brothers, who were about lo hurl him into tho entire nystem. T. P. Homier, Chester, A curious and almost comical romance in "ill ii oG raw I.oure." a yawning pit, the pit being represented by Pa., writes: "I have used Ayer's Pills When needing anything In the line of GHt-IPEUa hole cut in the floor of the schoolroom, real life (says a London correspondent) has for the past 30 years, and am satisfied Shortest and Qaiokest Ronte from Oen OHIO EUD Wall Paper Decorations. Faints, oils, I should not have been allvo If it tralKentnoiyto all PoinU North, This scene excited the enthusiasm of the recently come under notice. A youog man Hast, West and Southwest. Varnishes, "Window Glass, and juvenile part of the audience, who clamor- not long ago married, and soon after his had not been for them. They Kcii(iiL'Ii)'ri Koulo EiiNt Fatt Lino Between wedding he and his wife quarreled. This Painters' ShdtjIi.s Generously insisted upon its repetition, and loudfiEXI.VGTON dc CI.VCI.V.VAT1 ally, ly suggested plans by which Jcseph could led to him searching her boxes, and there Hchedule InJEffect Oct. 11, I6S5. That Washington, Phlladolphta and "lay out the whole b lin' of 'em," and avoid he found a marriage certificate not his 1 N(M Diinvillo, A. E. Gibbonx, o. 6, ( Mo. 4 own. An enquiry elicited the fact that his Now York. H5mr his impending fate. nio of Dyspepsia when all other remedies IKx. Hun,' Dally hat a full, fresh and brand Krar the boys who represented Joseph bride had been married a year previous to The small Tbo only line running Ki, Sun. failed, and their occa.loual tue has kept new stocic oi ait tne aoore goout, woicn u. Cosington me In a healthy condition ever Miice." and his brethren enjoyed the performance a mm in NewZsaland. The second hus8 10 ami t 10 nm 2 00 projOHt todlioseolat the I'ULIjIIAX STAY SLKGl'IaM CAItS Lto. Kalinouth pin ii 'J M am1 9 SI band is now advertising for husband No. 1 IMD 2 it pro h. X. Smith, I'tku, X. Y., writes: "I quite ai much as did thesudience, and only " Crnthliin. 7pm Arr. I'arlt have used Aytr'a PUN, for I.lur troubles Most II 10 am it 00 pin a heartless person cojld imigine that they to come home and take the woman off his 15 n m " Ix'slnglon ! 17 p m SOLIDTJR tbo cities. ' I'm! or bo maje intended to deliberately ruin their own en- hands. No. 2 promisee No. 1 that if he and Indigestion, a good ninny years and Tbatcan exclustrelroutside aboseInilJo you can tind l.Te. rrit.7....T line, In the ROy II am 11 us ml have always found them prompt and Dealing Arr. Wlnchetter ... 1J 3D nu u Su iptu a M n m at hit store a better assortment to select from at tertainment. Undoubtedly they had their will communicate with the advertiser he dill no, ctfk'Icut In their net Ion." Itkhnrd XorrW, Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Ky,, " niehmond prices thin elsewhere. uoreiitisfactory will learn "something to his advantage." Jfjpni pa M.. faults, but they were yojpg, innocent, and " Unratuir , S IS ii m to Washington Oity, Lynn, writes: "Afti r much suffer, " Itowland 8 0'J p m Window Glass, Mixed Paints and Tino animated by the besr of motives. Indeed, Imagine No. l'a feelings when ho learns Connecting In the tame del ot with lug, I have been cured of mid l.re. lllcrfuiiil. 2 4 ji m varmsues a opuuiuitj. so far from blaming them, ther deserve our what the advantace is! Fast Trains for Now York. Arr. Kirei Liver troubles P m .... band. Curt.ut n.l .. ItnllJeri'. Viwt constantlrr on ... I.lrlnjitu- n! 01 1 in The Direct Itoiite to li ... tender sympathy. .: . :!.....,-..- , "If people will only Btop to think for a ::. iuiA trial U aoitciicu ami paii"itciiuii is ,mt iu r.t Lynchburg, Da.itlllo, Norfolk and all Virginia low. Four succeeding scenes were each thor- moment they will be aetoniabed at the enor1. '. Iijjllll'.in, and North tiroIlua Tonus. Noktu.Bocno. Third street, DanTllle, Ky. C2.t No. II No. 3 No.l oughly succensful, and the parents of mous outcome of our Kentucky inmttnent For tickets and lurtber Information, applr It your nsrtt ticket olllca or addrets W. W. Monand his brother, and of the leading in ranchm," said an enthusiastic, yet leyel I. re. UvInnton roe, Dlr. Krelght and IMstenger Agent, Lexington Ayrr'n PUN. They havo done me inoro GO a in " Hcrea Ky. 10 !S h in Egyptians, were eb delighteJ with their headed stockholder in one of the largest m good than any other medicine I have cer Arr. Hlcbiiiond ... 11 SSa in . H'.HSllTll, II. W. VVUTUKH, that they mentally reeolved to cattle corrpanlfB. "Take the Invettments children taken." Joint llurdett, Troy, Iowa, Lve. IlowlandT.... 'Jen'l Manaitnr, (Jon'l I'ans'r Ag'i 7 IS a in . " LiDcatler .... Kicbuionu, VlrglnU. take an early opportunity to express their of the three companies here ranching in write.-.- : "For neatly tuo jcars my Hfo 8 0 a mi. Arr. Itlchiiiond ... was rendered iiiNer.iblu by the honors of it U'i am . Surgeon, Physician feelings in lollies. It was not until the Texae, amounting to $1,700,000 for exam- llt... eighth incident in Joseph's life was placed ple. They will jointly etll beeves in 18S0 Dyspepsia, Jledlenl treatment afforded . ..,. --""l i a KSS.iSSS! ... a.,iii a l, - m mo only temporary relief, nud I becnniti ou the etdgc that his parental satisfaction on which they will reslizi about $570,000, ile-Ky. I.ve. Iilo.ton reduced In Office at Cential Hotel, Danville, and very much debili... 7 2S a ui s' ' V) p 111, 1 20 pin in which was changed to amazement and horror, and a cash dividend in the neighborhood of tated. A , 8 2ft a in i.ve rant , friend of mine, who had hcen " Cynthlaua, . 8 SI a, m .1 as j. in S 20 pui 3 P mi M pin tue performance brake up in disorder and 33 per cent and yet they will haye left 70,- - similarly aillktcd, mlvUcd mo to try " Talmouth .. 9 M a in i tr, , r Arr. Covington .. I11A8J?J 6 0D p iii 8 37 pm 000 heid .of cattle, worth $1,400,000, and dismay. Ayer's Pills. I did ,0, and with tho IilCH and FlHllllH Perfectly p 11 pm (Jurcrta The chilJnn had confidently expected 425.000 acres of land, owned in fee simple, ARK DKErLV happiest reMilM. My fond soon erased to MW.SVII.M: IJIIAAUII. distress me, my appetite returned, and I that the eighth incident would be more valued at $1,700,000 Comi became as strong and re II as ever." loudly applauded than any other. They mercial. ho. ill. rfo. fl. No Knifo, Ligaturo or Caustio Dally Dally h HEAD IT. had done their bwt to make it effective. Tho value of homing pigeons in country IKr. Hua. Ex. dun. Uflod. had even gone so far as to tear the medical practice has lately been depcribed Lve Covlniilon. C, loSI. IIklaIK, Ua., Nor. 00 pm ::::::: vm :: vlfrv.Uiloa (iKNiLuilkN. I have been uilngyotir wonder. 2 20 p u skirt off his coit, and the boy who had bor- - by an English doctor. He starts upon his 3 21 pm remedy, 1'cinalo Ilcgulator,' daily rounds with a basket of tha birdo. rowed his sister's garment in order Treatment Mild, No Detention' Troia fulmy family"Dr. a Bradflold'a ,nd I want 8 17 a m 3 II pra ' CirllVl tn rillU'AHKD 11V fir )ocg time, lo tay to U 08 10 p ni Business, " "' Hat why go into detail-- ? There was a Upon leaving the home of a patient who " Johnson .,, na a tbeiuCfcilngoncs ef my sex that there never was DR. J. C. AYER &, CO., Lowell, Mui. iu 7 07 p in i' m...iii 10 BO a m 7 3D p grave mi'take made, and it can not now he needs immediate attention, he would start any thing (qunl to II. Would to God that every in For sale by all Drujgl.u. nlllictod woman In our land knew of lis wonilerful really off a pigeon with the required prescription, unmade. Whether the. occasion mursr No. in Xo virtues and curative powers lis I do. I have used Certain ami I'orinauoiit. Cure Dally Dally wsrranted eleven maiden ladies of advanced and the aeislant in the doctor' surgety Kx. Hun. Kx, bun agreatdeHl of It since theblrthof my laat child Cure, Xo Pay. years in fainting on the ppot, or eighteen would forward the medicines to the patient 0LUBBIN& KATES. about a year aud n half ap, and I do think had It Lve Mavtvllle 5 m 2 11pm middle-age.niniison., men in dragging their fami long before the doctor's arrival homo, A not been for this valuable me Heine, I would have fi27a in 3 28pm " Carlltle. To those desiring additional tindlog matter we 7 2Ca in i 2.1 pia been out of the echoolroom and ca?e is lately cited in which pigeons regu" Millertburg will club tin. lies precipitately 7 48 n 111! I 47 nm Special Attention also Given to ChronArr Paris ...J", 8 13 a II 3 ill nm in demanding the return of their money larly csrried a morning newspaper to their .SESlI.U'aallKIiY IXTKKIUK JOUKXAL ic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, BED -- RIDDEN FOR LIFE! ixMinxton.. 9 10a ip I ff in nm " Civlngton .11 Hi) h m (8J5pjn at thedoor, mvPernaP3 be doubted; but own;r. Ihe birds can cirry weight to the Aafollowa: to a kind I'rsvldenct, I was directed But thanks extent of three quarter of an ounce or With tho Wpekly Courier-Journ. Aa well as all Diseases peculiar to Women, IS CO there was certainly no eicuse for the to Its useniid my life and hrsllli haro been spared rl,Jlf'7Tr'!1'"3 n'1 4 aro IIr b'lween Win. " New Vork World., ' Charges moderate. Dr. N. can Iks consulted froe mo, If my means would 2 SO haate with which the Sunday school more. admit of It 1 would nev" New Vork Sun SCO offharueaiid will bo lound at lilt oflHo at all er be without It lu my lious;. A writing machine (or the blind .hns been Biiparinten.lent leaped on the stage boxed timet tot tho noxt three montln. ' ' HariK-r'Maeziua 5 (0 I Imvo recouiiuendud It to a uuiuberofiuy friends By permission ho rcf.ra to tbo lollowlns sen- Joseph's eare, hdi! publicly promised a patented by Mr William II. Perkins, of " " Ilarptr'a Wekly 5 lo t oinen;J. 8. Busier. O. A. Ickor. 8. Irwin. und without exception tmy lisvoull been wiiiilcr This invention provides a tremendous whipping to Mr. Potiphnr, who Cvcm-boro- . ' " Southern HIvoiihd 3 CO Stanford, Ky.; Jiulgo (1 V. Loo, Tom iluriiliy, W . fally relieved nuilcurnl, I give this euJorsnuetit I'ait r.'lm-,Ki --... i .wlm CoiV, Din. " a CO D. Temple, John M. Spoonarnor " lloiua ami I'jriu was the superintendent's own son, and who machine for writing moro rapidly in embof6-- d :v slllo, Ky j Itor. J. A. Hji;!o, HuitMivllle; II. (), without solicitation, and fraelr, fr the benefit of characters, by puncturing sheets of pa In tact, no iiutttr what pulilicallnn ymi desire, Sutton, J. a It'ililii'on, lricaster. Ky.: Thos. B. tho autfeilng ones ol my wx. large liorsa pistol to "u" waa waltingwith a amii Wanhinnton, 'nwond, Va , uoj Wtnehaitot per, than can be donu with the iisml hand wo can ruriiUn tl with our piivr and ui vou be. Walker, C. C. Clirltman. Klrkavlllo, Ky.; J. H. f, Very respectfully, Mas. Aaka Uamp, (Ir;e tao troubi and njnn ufreiuttttsg !vi it, Johnson, Bryantsrlllo, Ky.j J take chargo In.the next scene. Of course, flute and ntiIetto,and .roun tJouta ami bienti el.,i,,.i to any I. Daniel, McKln-nobo tint the emboMed (roin SOcenis to 91 A". Ky ; II. J. Ilosley, Ibanon, Ky., Ueo. Low. HI sill Brownsville ran with tho nfl'air next cnaraciera will be formed Semi tor our Trent Ise on i'etinl Dlswiei, Mall H. t II. MOIMK, liaris W. U. VTIIlTrt.l WRY, in tho order in Old tubevrlittra bt u by already mill. can la, Campbft.ltvllle, Kr.j A. A. Mediums, IIowIIok ed I'assmiMr Ahit, free. AUurwa Trav. past, 4aat. day, and it is intimated Uiftt from twelve to whloh they are retd, in accordance with the avail tlin. lm. U th mono iitjiug tba di3f Urecn, Ky,; (irsi, llobon, Jiidsje J. W. Ilughoa, named. ' ftw. Harrmltbiirbr. Ky.; C. C, Sh'upulo, McAIco, Ky. , Till: BRADKIIIU) ItUyUUATOIl CO,, Kr I' fifteen bya held p.iuful interview ftiiL ii e t "t'Sr ii t- 3" '.! t wu Hjx t , . AtKutV o . I Ir , , "' W. fQtfKu', r S.nrsn-parllh. their respective fathers before going to bed that night. Hut that the children meant well ought to be conceded. If they were CiNDIPATKS. THE BEST I. HTAMFURD, KY. Office 8outh itila Main Street, two Joort abovt Hl'BOrOrt IiKB JB . HUFFMAN, DJ5IN TIHT, FOR COUGHS mu rto JP US jrMmm:& fe J. 1151-ljrr- .) Blood Masonlioimcr's Kcstiuirnnt t lira-lia- LUMBER! .IV Set 33I3NT. JMZTJ3L.: -.j-rlr. la. " ct Vr Purifier J. I. LOGS WANTED. d I will pay the highest Sarsaparilla AYER'S price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and Hickory Logs delivered at any station of the L. &NK.O. orO. S.R. R. ST-l- I MYERS HOTEL, Ague Cure nt AYER'S STANFORD. KY. St. Louis & tho West Propr I.OPlHVltEorOIaCIaXATI. and Still MTrnincj I "VS rv tta I O. & M. I Dyspepsia & Asthma Drt-pept- Fast and Snro neotions 'V wtather-boardin- Two-third- dli-eat- Theijmp-lomiareloai- INDIGESTION SALE0R nro wrVtJtolCi..0 "' - iiouhe juot- - DR. HOLTS fl nitidis. Dyspeptic Elixir W. ' Li. I r y, Cured SODTU-BOON- pott-offic- e, Reasonable Figures A AIN " "'"""Pin ' Mn-$.- lu Jo-Mp- h, By - sing Dr."E. J. Nickerson, and An Opon Lottor! ;- A .I h, ' li'El X.ADIE1S INTERESTED ' j: 1 Nonrii-UoUN- Jo-sjp- Ayer's Pills, 5 HocTir-IIoP'sr- ). 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