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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885121101 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. xrv. raI STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1885. a; S3 their noble triumphs in the memorable years of the Sopoy mutiny. One terrible spot remain to bs specially mentioned the Secunder High. I stood upon the spot where 2,000 mutineers wrru shot and bayonetted in 25 minuted time by the 03J Foot and the 4th Sikhs, after their defenses had been stormed. It is a garden with high wills, about 120 yards urme. Once ciptured, a fatal trap to those who held it, for exit wis iuiposiible. And to men who had just come from Cswopore and its fatal well, choked with the corp'es of the women and children, massacred without mercy knew none in return. Not a mutineer escaped of thove captured at Secunder Bigb, when Sir Colin' avenging column reached it. It was a s'ckenlng slaughter, but the grim retribution wm the reaping of what these "sinners against their own souls," had sown We came away from Lucknow on the 21t. Two days before we left Marie was smitten with fever. The next day George was down. But we committed them to the LOUD in anointing and prayer and they were able to travel the 100 miles to this city in comfort. Both are nearly well again. I was taken down the night of our arrival at Shabjebanpore, but the dear LORD healed in answer to prayer. Last night mama had fever but is better The whole air is loaded with malaria, but we trut the blewed one who has slid: "You ahall not be afraid for the terror by night; Nor the arrow that flietli by da); Nor the pestilence that walketh in dark, ." ill INTERESTNO A ntefiof PARAGRAPHS. MT. VERHOII DEPARTMENT. l, cir-cli- unftmL "" NO. 81 ruritha a.O() Wasnpald Tutsadayt and Frtdav II3It A.NNUM. tiletlr In advance. If we hart to watt any tlins. ta.OU wilt bt charted. W. P. WALTON. GEO. 0. BARNES. "Fraiso ths Lord. God Is Loveand ing Elso." SitAHjcriANrjRE, Ikdia.OH Noth- 27, 'So. CONTINUED KltOM l.AUT l&UE. At Ut Sir Colin' hamls were Iree and with a strong force Lucknow ku approach el for the 31 time. Picking up Sir Jataen at Alum High, the whole army moved on to the devoted city and after many dave of hard fljhtlng the whole place was cleared and wood after the province came once more under British control. To recapitulate thli Ieon in Indian for thoee who wish to be intelligent at to the main particular, and have not to books on the subject: 1 We have Sir Henry Lawrence and the supporting mllitarr torce, with him, aa chief commissioner of the newly annexed prorince of Ojde, thut up in the "Hel-dency- ;" mot happily well eupplied with provision and ammunition for a protracted netije, by hie prudtnt forethought, but too new; wetk to hope, euccemfullv, to cut their way Nor the destruction that wasteth at noon-paythrough the hot of environing rebel. In fact there wa no where to retreat to. Cawn-porWe have eeryices at the gentleman' 10 ml In off was in the hanJi of the bouse whoe guest we are, every evening. insurgents, and the whole country was in a We trust for a precious blessing on blaxeuf insurrection. But for iUinaccessi-albl- e Isolation the Lucknow garrison wa More about it, auon, if the Lord will. "well ofl " compared with mny other Krer in Jesus, Gro O. BxnNU. bla-torr, e, natural bridge has recently been discovered in the Tonto Bisin, A. T, which is 200 feet long, COO feet wide, and 170 feel high. The first wife of Senator Hippie-Mitchelwho lives at Oil City, Pa., earns her bread end board by dally toll on the washboard. Vital statistics show tba men bear pain with les fortitude than women, that they die earlier and oftener, and are a scurvy lot anyhow. A good looking Alabama girl had a mania for photographs of herself, and she couldn't get over that disease until she had run her father in debt tbree hundred dollars and been fed on bread and water for a St. Louis Poet. week. A large pelican was shot on a ssnd bir in the Arkaneaw River, near Wichita, which measured nine feet from tip to tip of it wings, and which in life stood six feet high. Its bill had a capacity to hold two gallons of food. It feathers were two inch es thick, and capable of turning ofl large shot. A locomotive that emits no smoke has been satisfactorily tested on the Western railroads. It burns only the poorest kind of bituminous coal and emits only a thin white smoke from the smokestack. The latter is a round pipe and is placed at the rear end of the boiler, near the cab, instead of being in the front as in the ordinary lo comotive. They do queer things in Switzerland, considering that the Swift eulogize their country as "the land of liberty." The children of the poor people are regularly hired out by auction in most of tbe cantons, There was a most painful rcene recently in the market place of Biel, a town near Berne, where, in spite of the heartrending entreaties of a widowed mother, her four young children, ranging from two to ten, were "placed" out for a year to the highest bidder by the public crier; the family being thus broken up and separated for fear lest the woman should be compelled to seek for assistance from the town. This is really very nearly as bad as the old slave sales in America; and I should doubt whether there is any other country in Europe where such an infamous system exLondon Truth. ists at the piwent time. At a recent pronunciation match in an contestants Ohio town some thirty-firabove the average skill and ability jn this regard were put down on a list of about 250 words, the most of them in every day use. Among the words which were misred were dismay, sacerdotal, equable, presume, courtesy, harass, amateur, suffice, voluminous, infantile, oleomargarine, apotheosis, toneilitis, brooch, Arab, bravado, exhibit, piquant, wan, almond, condolence, comely, exemplary, youths, truths, effusive, blithe, etc There are probably very few persons who can attend a contest of this nature without obtaining considerable valuable information concerning their own language. e Managed by Jno. B. Fith. Spare rib aod sausage are the favorite dishes up here at this seasnn of tbe yenr. rhoe who have read the President's me'sage, pronounce it a masterly State document. The committer ha decided to havo a Christmas Iree on Christmas eve, Mr."T." will take notlc, ws have regular meetings. The rletth of Wm. H Vanderbllt has -XEiVH,EIl IN cauoed quite a depression in business s Drngg, Paper, Wines. MiiHicnl Wall tip here. That is what I heard one of BookH, Liquor Ohouilcal, IiiHtrucmoiiU, our prominent merchants say, Stationery, Clgaro, Pocket SoapH, Elder Green, of the Christian church, Oils, Tobaccos, Cutlery, LauipH, irXnckln Perfumer Fire ArniH, will preach at this place next Sunday. He Needles. will preach regularly for the church at Our Jewelry, Sllverwaro aud Optical Goods Department Is lu Charge of Cl. this place on the 2 1 Sunday in esch month. Thos. Richards, who will Repair Hatches aud Clocks promptly and la tho best McClure & Williams have almost com- stjlc. pleted their repairs on the ol I office in tbe Court-housyard. When nnolhe; coat of "rea green" psint 1 added it will present quite a suggestive appearance. Dr. J. W. Grant, of Lancaster, has been here sevenl days practicing his profession. Mr. J. L. Joplin has been very -- DEALEB IN- sick for several days, but is able to bo out again. A. M. Dickerson, of Barbourville, flardwarc, Horso Shoes, Groceries, Saddles, was here this week. He thinks of moving QaeensvTare, Buggy Whips Nails, Iron, to this place. Buggy Wheels, Stores, Cane Mills, Harness, M'ROBERTS, & STAGG, Opera House Block, Paint, Stanford, Ky. j, e W. H. HIGGINS 8hah-jehaupor- e. place. 2. Af'er a heroic defense of S9 days, on BR0DHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTT. the Vh of Sept. '57, Gens. Hvrelock and Born. To Peter Heron and wife on Outrun with their brigade, cut their way the 0th inst., a aon E J ward Burdctte. in the moit gallant nnnner, through tear. Mrs Ellen Albright, who has for some lul olds, to the bilec;uered defender) of time resided at Kings Mountain, Is now the KsIJencr, anJ then, too weak yet to with her friends at this place. We are brina oil the wounded and helpless, with the Urge amount of treuure at stake, were alio in turn shut up for GS diva moro of constant fighting and hsrnissment. 3. Oj the ICth of November Sir Colin vuiKj-i- i cuio io me rescue anj alter a series of moot intrepid aault cut hi way through tremendous odd and Joined force with those so long shut up. Then on the night of the 22ad he drew off the garrison mccsfully to the Dilkoosha Palace well outiide the city. Hre Sir Henry HaTe-locexpired on the Ul'h and hit body wm taken on to Alum High and buried. He died of disease contracted by hardship, and anxiety and not of wounds in battle. 1 Sir James Outram remained in Alum High or near it for S'J daya more -a- ttacked fnq lently and dwperately.bat holding hi own, and diiheartening the enemy br hia presence within 4 miles of their capital. 5 Oj the 21 of March '53 Sir Clin returned and completed what llavelock and Ltwrence began, "But died without the eight," "Sowers and reaper?," aa ever, equally deserving and receiving the gratitude of all who cm appreciate self denial nnd heroic endurance. 0. An episode in the eelge, ia the gallant holding of the Alum Bagh by about 400 TmV ,U wMintls.J .flrl WaII stnAa ICII, Dlbn, nvuuuv4 bu Viler, !. nilu V& epire stores, by Hayelock and Ojtram on the'JMhof September, when they advanced to the relief of the Ileiidencr, supposing that in a few days all would return and plok them up on route to Ciwnpore. Instead of thin, the little detatched band had to hold their own for 63 days, utterly un supported, until the welcome arrival of Sir Conn and tho sound nf his Highlander's begplpe brought joy to their fainting heut: When one atindi in the enclosure of the Alum Btgh, it simply seem an absurdity thtt 100 soldier could hold 1', against a letolute assailing force of superior ntiuibeiv. But they did and most of them unfit for very active servic;. The fact ii the desperate strait turned every man into a hero. An Englishman being also an Israelite and a lineal descendant of that Abraham who with 318 armed of his own house, defeated 5 Confederated Kings, laden with spoil and flushed with victory rises to meet a crisis, that would crush another with an alacrity that iniuree victory before candid begins. The 400 at Alum Bagh seem rather overlooked in the history of those awful times. They playei perhapj aa intrepid a part as any of he rest. It is intensely interesting to go over the ground where these heroes fought and so many felt. The gateway where Gen. Neil was shot is preserved "ith pious care, though the houses that once stood near, in blocks, have been removed and the space leveled to a park. The other interesting land marks are duly labelled and carefully conserved. The 4 great guns of the frigate "Shannon," manned by Gapt. Peel's naval brigade, are placed in position around the "Residency." Their work is dons; for whatever the conflict, their iron lips could never speak in a nobler cus than they did when they came to "rescue the perishing" and plant the old ilig in the Lucknow Keddeucy once more. One fcAlft t hut they otint to stay just 'here they art", overlooking the sceue of k ser-van- ti) Spoltes, Grates, Cider Mills, Lap Covers, Brother Samuel Jones announces a serCorn Shelters, Collars, Stoneware, Illi as, mon "to men only." This is the Salvation Army style of evangelizing popularized in 8t. Louis by Varley, tbe London butcher. Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combinod Plows, Wooden ana The kind feeling we entertain for Brother Cait Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin BootJones prompts the advice that if he has ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. any message for men he can not deliver In earners j John Drtghtt Jr', Saf the presence of tho purest and most refined women say his own sister, if he has one-- he should keep it to himself. If, advertising a meeting "for men only," he intends to say nothing it would be wrong for a woman to hear, he can not acquit himself of false pretense. Not undertaking to be an excathedra exponent of christian dogma, we may say, as we trust without offense, DSALBaa IK that the spirit of Christianity deals with humanity and not with eexeB or distinc- Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fancy Articles. tions of ser.-- St. Louis Republican. PenajOE MAlisli'iPHARMACISTS, JEWELERS- - happy to have her among us again. J. W. Tate lost one of his best horse a few days since. Mr. C. A. Bridges, of Lebanon, was vi'itlog the Woodyard houe last Sunday. On last Saturday and Snndar evenings Mr. Alex. Link, of Gum Sulphur, lectured here on the important subject of temperance. We are proud to say that he sue ceeded in otctniziog a lodge of 40 mem bers, the officers of which are u follows: A.M. Pryor, W.C.T;J H. Albright, W. C;A. L. Hurst, W. S. agisted by Miaa Elva Moore, L. II. W. F. 8.; Mies Susie Woodyard, W. V, T ; MIks Alma Cuson, W. K. H. S ; Miss Ltura Vanhook, W. L. H.S ; Miss Khoda Harris, W. T ; Mies Dol-li- e Debord, W. I O ; Mr. Jan. Painter, W. O G; Mr. Geo. Melvln, W. M. and Miss Susie Harris, W. D. M. A N.nnow Gauoe Sensation. A syn dicate has b;en formed composed of London, England, Paris, France, Germany and New York capitalists, whose object is to form and complete a line of three feet gauge railroad, extending from a point on the Jams river, irInia, via either this city or Blooomfnld, lad., or Bloomington, III,, and through southern Illinois to the Misjisjippi river. There it is to connect with the Texas and St. Louts railway to Laredo and Kio Grande, and then to con nect with the Mexican Nation's National railway for the City of Mexico, the di. tance being 2,000 miles of main line of narrow guage, of which 1,900 miles is in successful operation and 1,000 now in pro The syndicate has ce.'s of construction. purchased the Columbus and Maysville railway, Tnis is a narrow gatie built from Hlllsboro to Strdtnia on the C, and E. ratUay. It was originally intended to build the C. and M, railroad to Mtysville, Ky., via Georgetown, O. Cincinnati Commercial Gazette. When people are "hard up" financially Physicians' prescriptions accurately compounded, Also they are sure to read advertisements in the papers csrefuPr as they look for This rule holds good for thoee in trade who buy machinery, implements, The Largest Stock of "Watches, Clocks, etc., as well as for heads of families, who Jewelry and Silverware must buy groceries and dry goods. Ergo, bought tbis market than tho shrewd manufacturer knows how to Ever Lowest. toWatches, Clocks Prices Lower Rethe and Jewelry paired on short notice and Warrantod. get the better or dull times by following the example of store keepers who fi the columns of newspapers with offers of special inducements to buyers. Builder and "bar-Kains." 1 Wood-worke- A squad of moneys and a large dog attracts a great deal of attention in Augusta, Gs. The party owning them is teaching them to play bise ball, and tbey hayo progressed under his tuition so far as to be able to play a tolerably fair came. The dot? captains the nine. JL LIST OF SEOISrBLlB: GOODS T. R. Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all bain Eruptions, The Rev. Dr. John Hall, of New York, mid positively cures Piles, or no pay required. I, receives the largest income oi any minister Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Trice 25 ccnta jor box. For sale by In the United States. From his church he renny A McAHiter. Balary of $30,000; as receives an annual tifhat Can Be Done ? Chancellor of the Univerity of New York By trying again and keeping up courago many be receives $10,000; as a writer upon Bon- things seemingly impossible may be attained. ner's Ledger he secures $12,000 per annum, Hundreds of bopeleu cases of Kidney and Liver work he gets equal-l- y Complaint have bren cured by Electric Bitters, and for other litterary after everything else had been cood pay. Seventeen years ago Dr. Hall don't think there Is no euro for tried la vain, bo Nebraska law is not very tender of the you, but try Electo a church in Dublin upon a tric Bitters. There is no medlolne so safe, so pure crimiual. A prisoner accused of murder preached salary of $1,500. and so perfect a Blood Purifier. KWirln ltm.r. in the first degree wai convicted of murder yearly wilt cure Dyspepiis, Diabetes and all Diseases of Methodist girls are assured by the official m K.wnejs. invaluable in aQectlona of Stomach in the second. A new trial was granted, when he was found guilty of murder in journal of their church that they can not and IJver, and overcome all Urinary Difficulties. the first decree and sentenced to death. Hie dance without breaking that solemn vow Largo Bottles only 50 cents a bottls at Penny A McAlIster. case went to the Supreme Court on his which they made at the altar "in the presangels, to renounce counsel's claim that his conviction of mur- ence of God and nis Excitement in Texas, Great excitement has been earned In ilm Trini der in the second degree was an acquittal the devil and all his works." The asserty of Parts, Texas, by tbe remarkable recovery of on tbe charge of nvuder in the first and he tion is further made that truly good Chrisvoney, wno Chicago Times. air. j. c. or raise wai so helpless lie could not could not again he "p it in jt ipirdy." But tians are never dancers. turn In b(d, his head; everybody said he wa dying the court put ito foot t iwn shirply on the Consumption. A trial tottlo ot Dr. Slowly but surely the men upon whom King's NewofDiscovery was sent him. Finding renonense and decided that having been we were wont to rely are passing away. Sey- lief, he bought a large bottle and a box of granted a nsw trial he had neyer been "in New Life Pills, and by the time he bad mour is 75, and Tilden and Thurman are jeopard." both approaching 72. The contingency of taken two boxes of Pills mid two boxes ol the Discovery he woswell and bad gained In flesh While Keene was playing Richard III, nartinir with them before many years (ana pounds. Trial bottles ot this Great Discov-er- y in Little Rock just as he called for a long may tbe time be delayed) is pressed for Consumption free at Penny A McAIIster's. hone, a man from Washington county said upon us with force by the deith of 1 nomPositire Cure for Piles, Utica Observer. as A. Hendricks. to his companion: To the peopled this county we would say that "Came on, Ab, an' lea go," A Government engineer points out that wo have been given the Agsncy of Dr. Marchisl's "Wait a mlnit, Sam. The clown has guaranteed in nine of our seaboard cities alone proper- Italian Pile called fur a hoas, an' I reckon the show's to cure or money refunded-InterExternal, ty valued at $3,322,000,000 is exposed to Blind. Bleeding or Itching Piles. pric 50c a box. goln to begin." Ark. Traveler. destruction in case of war, because of our For sale by Penny A McAlIster, Druggists. A patent has been secured for making lack of sea coast defenses adequate to cope Daughters, Wives and Mothers. imitation maple syrup, nickory bark is with the navies of tbe Gghting powers. It We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marcnlsl'a soaked in water, and, and an extract is would take 2 years to put them in shape to a Female Komedy, t cure Female Disthus obtained which, added to cane or glu-ev- e resist the smallest European power. eases, such u Ovarian troubles, Inflimmatlon and syrup, gives it the maple taste and Ulceration, Falling aud Dtiplacement or bearing The man who prefers a city weekly to a down felling, Exchange. Irregularltlos, Barrenness, Change ol smell. paper, because "It's got more readln' Llfe.Leuchorrhcca, besides many weaknesses springhome The crown of England has twenty dia- In it." reminds us of the man who picked ing from the above, like Headache, Bloating, Spl. monds around its chief circle, worth S150,-00out the largest pair of boots in the box, be nal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, and ever so many other diamonds and cause they cost no more than a smaller pair Palpitation of the Heart, Ac. For snlo by Druggists. Prices St 41 50 per bottle. Send to Dr. precious stones, the whole costing about that fit him. He hns no conception of the J. B. Jtarchlsl, and Utlcs, N. V,, for patnj.hl'it, S500.C00 in our money. salo I. Tenuy A McAlIster. Drusjjists. eternal fitnest of thing. thlr-ty-s- lx Olntoent-emphatlcally nal, 0, free-To- r A beer journal saye: Beer brewers in America employ an army of half a million men; they have invested a quarter of a Hendricks raid billion dollars in their business, and they A life long friend of Mr. sell about one hundred and eighty million to Judge C. E. Klncald: "Mr. Hendricks gallons of her a year. waa one of the purest men in his private and public life that ever lived. He never Republican worship for civil service is useed a profane or a vulgar word. 'Smut- simply unutterable disgust at being deprivty' stories were very distasteful to him, He ed of olficen that thoy had grown up to imnever took a drink of whisky or a chew of agine belonged exclusively to themselves. tobacco. Occasionally he wonld alp a glass Manchester Union. of wine with bis friends. He was a consistIt will cost Birnuui $2,000 to stuff Jument Christian gentleman, His devotion to bo. It has cost bim a thousand times that bis wife was beautiful. I know that ho was amount to stuff the public. as much in love with her when he died as he was on the wedding day. She was the Buckleni's Arnica Salve. indeed The best Salve tn the world lor Cuts. Urulsca joy of his hearth, and a help-mee- t Soros, Salt Hhcura, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped all through their long married life. WALTON. 'iuniS.ioj 'SOUllaTJ GOODS GOOD! PEICES LOW! N. O. Sugar, N. O. Molasses, PUEE Maple Syrup, Layer Raisins, Seedless Raisins, Oranges, 'SU0UI91 Figs, Nuts, 'sjnuuoooo Hominy, Shredded Oats, Buckwheat Flour, 'iU0aii3)auj N.Y. Cream Cheese, 'SsIOlJORTQ Tea Cakes, 'S9PP!cI Grated Cocoanut, 'pjisnj And Freshest, Stock of spoof) paumjQ To be Found djailAiifuy Delicious 'uotuiuoo Fancy and saiptre ipUOaTJ LOTS OF STAPLE GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, &c. At fair prices to Cash or Prompt-payin- g Short-timCustomers. e 1 Hknky Watteeson niil I In Washington NOUS OF CURRENT EVENTS. and editing bis paper over the telegraph The Kentucky Legislature will meet "'IbVbVbmbIbki Kr wires. He pronounces everything serene r lu.ji, 1 trSBamBamsTin December 30tb. and promising for the passage of a bill for U. S. Courts cost the government $2, December 11, IM5 revenue reform, which th South and West SUaford. KyM 874,733 last year. will heartily approve. The only thing ipj sibbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI Two more negroes were hung for burwhich seems to mar our Henry's tranquil -- ANDglary in North Carolina, Wednesday. W. P. WAliTON. ity Is Mr. TildenV recent letter to Speaker Seven men were buried alive by caving Carlisle protesting against a reduction of walls and falling timbers at Akron, O. Phesidknt Cleveland first message taxation until our defenceless seacoast is There are two negroes in the pre-eWall Paper, Mouldings, Pictures and Picture Frames. A Largo Stock and u .SJBBBBBBBBBBBBA ad the first de mocratlo document of tbe In better shape to repel invading armies. 'fffSaaSaSaSaSaflaaSaKsaSaSaVsal. , vBBPBBw?C'' Congress, Small, of 8. C, and O'nara, of Flno Astortiucnt always on hands. kind for a quarter of a century, la conceded Of the letter be says: That a man of his NO.' on all sides to be n ?ery able State paper. retiring disposition and reticence of speech Only five of the 325 members of ConIt la also very comprehensive, no subject of should feel it his duty to sound a note of gress were absent when the session convenOVKU KlVi: THOUSAND pieces of Wall Taper tot opened January lit, embracing over Fifty public interest being omitted, and all be warning as to our coast defenses, at a moed Monday, different dsalgnaand patterns rom the cheapest to the nneat-Vel- eta, Men'a Ollt.Ae ing treated with a master band. A touch ment when political application of his re mcd. and ready for the will or put on the wall. I have touglit thetn to Mil and you need not Mr Randall says he will positively de look fur. cline, to serve on tbe Committee of Ways ther for lower prices. inn allusion to the death of the Vice Presi- marks touches the mot combustible of dent beads the message and then it settles current controversies, has naturally excited and Means. WSV Four gamblers were fined each $500 down to business. Odr peaceful relations surprise. This assumes a tone of vexation DR. JOHN D. WOQDS. and given 30 days in jail by the Louisville with foreign powers are fully discussed. among the friends of revenue reform, who The handsome "old" gentleman whoe Circuit Court. Theellyerqucstiqn occupies attention next seek to relieve the producing classes of exDr. John D. strong arguments in cessive war taxes, and who, for the time at face adorns tbii column The public school building in South and he presents some fayor of the suspension, of It, coinage un least, would leave the needless surplus in Woods, at present Public Printer and Bind- Frankfort burned. It was built in 1808, der the compulsory act. But a small por- the pockets of the people. The personal al er for the State of Kentucky, and who will at a cost of $2.3,000. Wo havo tried tho credit busiuess thourough fill the office for two more yeir at least, if An aqueduct accident at Merriit's tion of the silver dollars is in circulation, lusion to Mr. Randall, with which Mr. ly nntl wo don't llko it. Wo think wo know genuine worth, an excellent conduct of Corners, N. Y., killed four men and mor while the treasury vaults groan with their letter closes, has somewhat deepened office and his deserts as faithful and true tally wounded another. weight and are curtailed in space by them. this impression, but nothing more. when wo havo enough of nnythitig, and hence democrat are appreciated by our law maker John Henry Wren shot and killed A humane and finndly policy towards tbe John Sherman's mock sorrow at tbe shortly to meet In Frankfort. on and Wm. Roes, aged SO, in Paris Monday. It Indians is recommended. Religious teachDr. Woods Is a native of the Siinnr was an unprovoked murder. ing and education are the surest means to death of Mr. Hendricks, expressed on takThe cost of grand jjriea to Kentucky civiliz3 them for citizenship. To ascertain ing bis place as presiding officer of the Sen' Southland of MisiMpp', b it in what yeir their needs and suggest what steps shall be ate, shows wnat a consummate hypocrite he of our Lord h first saw th Hht, we are the past fiscal year was $50,2SiJ; of petit taken to improve their situation, a com- is. A contemporary very correctly pictures not able to say though we can guarantee juries, $1S0,401 02; total, $230,747 02 Hon. Robert Boyd, of London, an mission of six is nuggeited under a law giv- Mr. Sherman when it says that professing pa- - that he is not near so old an that white Wo will eell goods ing it power to deal with them in a manner triotism, he would plunge the country in head and moustache would indicate-Earl- y nounces that he will be a candidate to sucif he could thereby propiety is said to sometimes affect the ceed Judge Finley in the 15. h District. best suited to their varied traits and dispo- war Mr. Beck has Introduced a bill in the sitions. The Indian bureau now costs SO,- - mote bis political interests. He invented color of the hair an i it may be that that 500,000 annually and the President thinks Have and was the brains h the theft of is the cause of the premature whiteness Senate providing for the removal of politi FOR- of the Presidency in 1S7C. Preaching phi- of his. Showing an early inclination for cal disabilities under the Fourteenth euch a commission would save much Oa the question of lanthropy, he seeks to plant the seeds of medical studies, his father, the Rey. Her amendment to the Constitution. this exnenditure. John A. Larue, of Nicholas county, tariff he is pronounce! in favor of a reduc- sectional hatred and strife. He is, beyond vey Woods, sent him to tbe University of . tion and opposed to levying any more tax- question, an unscrupulous man, all the New York, where he graduated with dls was elected Tobacco Inspector by the Louispeoplo than is absolutely more dangerous because he is able and ut- Unction as an M. D, in 1S59. He returned ville Tobacco Board of Trade. He waa ation upon the necessary for an economically administered terly heartless. Thirty years in public life to Mississippi and practiced his profesiion not a candidate and was elected as a com government. lie does not think that in at Washington, receiving the limited pay of with honor and profit till his removal to promise man. Tbe Iom by fire in the United States the modification of existing laws that in- Congressman or Secretary of the Treasury, this Bute. His first journalistic work was and Interests, which haye been en doing no other business, he has managed on the Scooba Spectator in lStW and for a and Canada during November was $7,500,-00dustries Wo know thii will meet with tho approval nearly a half greater than usual. For couraged by such laws, should be ruthless- to live nanusomeiy ana to accumulate a year or two he made that the most readable mill-Ionof a great many ol you who prefer paying tho and most widely quoted paper in all that the eleven months this year the total loes ly injured or destroyed. The interests of fortune estimated to be two or three He is really an enemy to the Re- portion of tbe South, for be chucked it full Is $S5.000,000. should be protected as far American labor caah, and to thoeo who have been running acMrs. Mary A. Royalty, who sued the as possible and in reducing the tariff care public; a plausible, cunning, unscrupulous, of bright things, whether of wit or wisdom, counts wo will say that we will offer such ex should be taken to so arrange the schedule able, ambitious and money converting dem in his peculiar and original style, as pleas- Louisville & Nashville for damages for the ing as it ia refreshing. death of her son, which occurred on that that the heayiest tax will fall on imported agogue. traordtnary inducements in In November 1871, he removed to Glas- road December 23, 1SS3, compromised the As predicted the democratic caucus of necessaries of life. Tnough standing square on the Chicago platform on the the Virginia Legislature nominated John gow, where his father had lived from 1S31 case for $1,500 cash. Mr. Hendricks solved the monument question, both the free trade and protection W. Daniel to succeed Mabone in the Sen to 1816, and in January 1672, took charge democrats, profess to be pleased and claim ate, whose term unfortunately does not ex of the Times, then eking out a precarious question so far as he was concerned in a aw That you will find it to your interest to borrow the President for their side of the house. pire till March, 1887. The Legislature on existence with a bona jidt subscription of less very plain and an entirely Jacksonian man The Mormon question is handled without ly meets biennially, which occasions the than 400, whioh he ran np to over 2,000 be- ner. He erected bis own monument severtho monoy, if you havu't it, to deal with us. al yean ago and paid for It. gloves and tbe curse of pollgamy Is con election so long in advance. Daniel's ma fore he left It in March, 18S3. Its popu a ait Wo know this is a new departure in Stan. u. jvtilett was uepnty .uaranai traated in eloquent words with the homes j'ority was 35 over his distinguished com larity, so great with tbe public, was even presided over by the fathers and mother?, petitor, Han. John M. Barbour, whom greater with the newspapers which eagerly waylaid and murdered near Valley Head, ford, but wo beliovo that all of you who pay not tainted with the pernicious effects of many thought was more deserving the sought Ita articles for reproduction and no Ala. He was prepared to raid and illicit your debta will help us in carrying this out. the evil. To purge Utah of the cane he honor, owing to his greater age and longer rural editor enjoyed so proud a reputation distillery when he was assassinated. Hia recommends additional legislation and pro- service in the party. The coming senator as Dr. Woods. There is a finely developed body was perforated with bullets. In selling for cash we will save several thousThe usual drunken row occurred at is but 40 years old and is now serving his humorous vein running through bis composes an act to prohibit Mormon immigraposition and his witicisma were freer from the hanging of JoeEirly, at Willlamibur?, tion. The President is fully imbued with first term as Congressman. He is a very and dollars a year in hire of book keepers, bad the correctness of the principles involved brilliant man and as an orator stands at the "old chestnut" smell than tnose of any Monday, an account of which appeared In debts, to., and in order to make our new sys in Civil Service reform and recommends the head of the list. His eloquent speech writer of hia day. In fact if all the good our last, and a negro woman caught a Hy that the salaries of the Commissioners be seconding the nomination of Gen. Han- things that appeared In his paper were pro ing ball in her forehead, producing a e tem popular, wo propoeo to give our customers more commensurate with their important cock and his oration at the dedicrtlon duced In book form, it would prove a for- vete scalp wound. At Johnson City, Tenneseee, Finlay duties. Of the evils arising from giving of the Washington Monument will go tune to the publisher, and it Is a wonder tho benefit of this saving nud more, too. Wo offices as a reward of partisan service he down in history a among the finest efforts that it has not been done. Hle went home and found his beautiful ! -proposo to mako you a saving of from 10 to 25 At the time uf his election as Public wife sitting in the lap of a neighbor, Abe eaye: 'Doubts may well be entertained of the kind ever uttered. printer he was editing tbe Bowling Green Ford He tire J at them through the win whether our government could survive the Ier cent, on all goods bought from us. Wo This is indeed a season of surprises and Gazette, whick also grew very popular dur- dow, killing the woman Instantly and strain of a continuance of this system, will "cut" prices to such an extent that no one which, upon every change of Administra- sensations. The telegraph announces the ing his control of a year or so. Oj August wounding the man in the leg. Toe Indications are that during the tion, inspires an immense army of claim- sudden death ol WilliHm H. Vanderbilt, 4th, 18S4, he entered upon his duties at who iiuYrf and hku.s on a credit can meet them. ants for office to lay siege to the patronage the New York millisnaire. He was in Frankfort and established the Gipiiat, year 1SS' the work of building new mil the Grand Central depot at the time and which he edited with marked ability till a road line. '.HI exhibit great activity. In of government, engrossing the time of pubWo wish right here to thank thoeo who havo He was said few weeks ago, when his increa-ic- g duties the Southern State, east of the Mississippi lic officers with the importunities, spreading literally droppel dead. given us their very liberal patronage in tho line have been prcj cted. abroad the contagion of their disappoint- to have been the richest man in America, compelled him to transfer the editorial river, 178 ne ment and filling the air with the tumult of the latest estimates of his wealth footing work to Hon. George V. Triplet!. Djring The great Narthwe-- l i wide awake to the past and ask the privilcgo of returning tho fa. their discontent." There i3 hardly a sub- up $175,000,000. Bat like all fhh he has nearly the whole of hi editorial career neceIty of more railroad, and morn are to vor by soiling thorn good CHEAPER than ject of interest which is not treated and had to go the natural crure and to day he he continued in the active practice of medi- be built. Speaker Carlisle has appointed O O the whole document ia well written and is no more than any other corpse, even cine, but since 1SS3 ha ab ir.doned it. The they havo over bought them before. We though it is encased in a costly casket Doctor is one of the happiest of nurrled Stealey hi clerk at $1,000 per annum. Tho contains a volume of information. He was of Jewish lineage and GO years of men and until within a year or two never clerk stands in a confidential relation to intended to give it to our readers complete, seemed to have a sorrow. But iesth en the Speaker, Wm. J. Kelioe remains I'ri but for its great length. Comment on it is age. generally of the most favorable nature and The Cincinnati Commtrcial'Gatcttc, the tered his happy household and took the vate Secretary at $1,500 and Nat. Crutch- the impression is made far and wide that bitterest opponent Mr. Cleveland ha, says: pride of hia life and the hone of hia old field clerk to the Speaker' table in the Mr. Cleveland is a greater and grander "The President's mesage bears evidence of age, a son, to whom he was devotedly at- House at $1,100. The Louisville and Nashville Rallror d statesman than he has had the credit of close attention to tho public h JaineM by tached. He wa just entering manhood being. the Chief Magistrate. One would have to when cut down in a bright and promising Company will build a new line in Florida, ia said that Joe Blackburn feels awful- be moved by a spirit of fault finding to career and the father, who loved him with extending from Cbipley. on the Pensacola was division of the L & N , 40 miles to St. An lonesome in the dignified Senate and fre- say much against it as a summary of cur a love almost past understanding, ly y rou, If you ar,a rompatent Shoithmut t you ltiltrr. quently strays back to hia old haunts in rent history with the exception of the re- crushed to the "ery earth in sorrow. He drew, on the gulf coast. The President of coujc!nafwmor.thi, al my lluloexni, by ntcrlO tba Thli loves yet to talk about hia by aud to IiIm the Company for whom tbe road ia to be the Honse. This ia as might have been mark that it is too long for the convenience NhortltuinI lUHtittitu ut LoulHVtllo, or Xahlnllle, JViui, Intimate friends he often unbosom him- built of Cincinnati,' expected, but another item telegraphed or instruction of the public." While Muortband and Typewrllln flitmi our tote our ttudenti can rtrrl-- a self. Those who knew them tozetber in Secretary Manning figures that it will iuiiiuu in from Washington will not go down as welli M r.lel. ll beit you The case of the negro Joe Early, hung life say the affection between them was as require for tbe next fiscal year $339,5S9,&32 cannot toiuotoui, A J ail II, A RllirMfcriC ami EOOK-- i KEl'tNO at srrally even with the assistance of the grain of salt, at Williamsburg Monday, is the swiftest great as it was beautiful Hnd lovely to be to pay the expenses of which is supposed to cause most of the ml the government; We Can Tench You by Mall mm Thorough. case of justice that has been our good luck hold. more than the sum wntcn raculou yarns to be swallowed with greater to chronicle. The crime was committed In temperament D:, Wood' is bright and called for in the estimates submitted last attend for Circulars to 1'iolcstcr II. A. HALE, rrlotlp.1 hbonhand Initllute. ease. It is nothing more or less than the ." rllhri Xtaaliallh', 'Iciui,. or I.oulNa Jilt, if v..whlthrr ! .. .n.., mn...,. just two months ago and now be Bleeps in sunny and in disposition genial and kind. year, and ell. n astounding statement that he has not $00,820,710 more than the ag bis grave with a broken neck. If all mur- No one can know him and fail to admire gregate of appropriations for the taken a drink in three monthtl Charlie present derers were so summarily dealt with, Ken and respect him for he is one of nature' fiscal year. Eincaid, who like the illustrious father of tucky would soon deserve a better name noblemen, that highest work of God, an The Magulre bonds mystery Is ai list his country can not tell a lie, says it ia so than tbe dark and bloody ground, honest and true man. Modest and retiring cleared up. The George Adama that fig as a weak invention or we would brand it of the enemy. The same authority adds Mr. Hoar has reintroduced his bill in he is a poor electioneerer, but when men ured In the case was a myth, and Broad MUItC'IIAST TAII.OU. that it has been just about that Ion since the Senate providing for the Presidential know him they are instinctively drawn to Keith la the man who held them. He says be joined the "Murphy movement," which succession in the event of the death or in- him and it ia for this reason, coupled with he got them from Henry White and anoth1 bare recelTed and Hill recetrlog gives color to the statement and shows that ability of the President and Vice Pesident, bis fidelity to business and the faithful dis er rnau and Henry' chances are better charge of the duties encumbent upon him, than ever for him to serve a long delayed even Joe feels that lie has sinned and wishes which passed that body lat se'slon. but Toe demo- term in the penitentiary. to atone by inflicting bodily punishment which a democratic House in its short that we predict his cratic custom of endorsing a faithful officer Near Chattanooga, D, D. Lalhnd was aightednesa rejected. It will probably not on himself. Comprising thr boat tn tho market, wblcb will l be so foolish this time. It ought to be could not be more worthily bestowed and shot and killed bv his wife. She had elopturns that the office of Indian Agent Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Seoond to Nono in City or Country. It we trust to the fairness of our legislators to ed with James Wilson, but Lafland come a law at once. at Crow Creek, Dakota, to which Mr. W. honor themselves and him with a triumphhia wife pleaJed so for them, and Give Mo a Trial. W. Anderson, of the Eliztbethtown 2?eics, The Louisville lima deserves the chro ant election. and restoration that he agreed to 0 has been appointed, while paying but mo. It not only gave the message of Pres-den- t 131. Senator Blair, of New Hampshire, take her back. On their return, while iu a year itself, carriet with it a patron Cleveland the same day and within proposed two amendments to the Constitu the mountain, ehe pulled a pistol and fired, Bge of some 40 appointments, aggregating a few hours after its delivery to Congress, -THEtion, the first granting the right of suffrage the bullet striking him in the bead liryant 2 only in salaries $20,000. Ai there are but doubled itself in ?z? and. gave even a ami to women, the serond referring to the Bale Indians in the reservation, big and lit- fuller retwrt of the fresh eventa occurring L nder date of the 7th Col. J. E. Bruce SlrattiMi. LOUISVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE. of alcoholic liquors and other poisons. J tle, it will be seen that each will cost for all over the world than usual. The Times write from PeaboJy, Kana, enclsaini; a this busineprf alone about $10 a head. This is a daisy and never gets left on anything. Each lien on the table for the present. year and a hall's nubcription in advance, , P(Bm.amhlp,Typo-wrllln'SaW lianllng, Arithmetic. 'Ac. It la thu onl is a great country and great indeed are its The police of St. Petersburg have benn that Htock there ia in better condition than We are a pretty fast reader but it took offices. R5R are kept l.y the Wat lxk.kwH!ra and for aome time puzzled br the conduct of ever bjfore and better prepared to stand the College In tblt section wherein Hook keeping It taught aa jaBt one hour and forty-fiv- e minutes to get a remarkable class of thieve-- , who com- winter. The first enow of the neaon cov baukera, and a thorough practical knowledge of account given. Has tbe The old law punishing burglary with through the President's and t.rrt arranged mtvaapf, Carolina, death Ih still in vogue in North mit robbsry not only in the open day, but, ered the ground at the time. rooraa of any Collcga In tliu Wat. TiiomaDdaol iucceafu gradualca tcitlfy to tho nlovf. Oradu wnere three men wero bun- - for the offense Ther were Dr. Smith M. Hobb.i. a leadine citfrsn moreover, with ostentation. The New York 'lima rayp: "The war atea have no double In obtaining good altuatloci. Call or addreia Monday. It is pretty rough medicine for of Bjllitt county, die! at hii home at Mt. Finns, and were all yoiin; men, When ar- is over. The long and vexatious political retted the calml pleaded guilty, and it ere & the specie of crime, but if hanging were Washington. College, struggle that followed it ia over. The great the psnilty for mot offenses thrn would Cor. Third and Jeilcnon, LOUISVILLE, KV. A cyclone struck tn? penitentiary at sentenced to imprisonment for terms vary- - body of the Southern people Hre loral tn from ono to three months be much leaj use for jail and penitentia- Chester, Ill,,Tuesdy nUht. but it At the ex- tbe national Government, and have the didn't inz t. na. I..,, in if .a , ries But here in Kentucky we rarely succeed In blowing out any of the convicts, piration of tho sentence thej prouptlr di same rights in it es oureelvei, including tne-t that din .1 AT "i lie i appeared It turned out tht thy had re the rights to be trusted when- - they chow liai jl.ti han' a man even lor uiuruur, unie-- s tie be a tnough several were severely icjured. '' ,1 imlttfttai .utafrotnemielvffl trustworthy. Cleveland Hi jQrQlkTtUlKHl DA, lCostnurniit turned to their own country, and had would be blind and wltleM Mr. hn negro or a very poor white one. -- Oae hundred und eeven OjIo RepubliIf j.n.iiiV M;oa itlil nm Couut-Uouj- k , there resumed their several avocationn acknowledge fact? which lint. T.l a of the vl until. n it c Mn. Cleveland evldeutly wanted to cans asked to be appointed Adjatant-Gen-eral- , the uMi in n ia, without loaa of eocial position. The law of American people know to be facie. HI DANV1XLE, - Matt KENTUCKY, and there are more than six hundred l'n1-.rain(n.k. the iMihHir make up for the 21 years of lost time to enrntmont In tl.a ..... Inn work is with the present and for tbe future, dlir .. t m A, L MIITH Meata arc iir-horn, the democracy by writing a message long applicants for the Wardenahip of the Pen of any persons who have undergone and he is doing it with murage, a clenr hand and Iu lta at all oyattra (lime always on lliall. i,l, rt. frrah llnh, and simawion, StMby lnuui. And etill there U an attempt to prisonment for civil offence, o theee enter- - head and a found heart. It J worce than ilar delicacies asrrcl in all atari" and on enoiiKb to cover the whole period. It con- short Hi..- - I ma. Morn had deliberately Housht IniuKlice, it is folly, to deny to him the notlw. Lookout fur tho sign ''Woodbine Itnatau-rant- " tairw 28,000 worJ, but tbey are all sensible create the impression that only the demo- - nrl'iDK and call when you am huntiry. ,n r.P,-- r to avnu, m .. t. pIiot fr to rejCt the ones. THIS PflPFR- .?r'!?f.rieWJ" " "y-jcratxin Ojio are hungry. '. II. JI.lSO&MllJUKU t . t mf fruits of hi- - riJeliiy." iir'Tfiiriiirf A'l'a. yitiHMif liurw.iuMihirviM'ht k whuv Uanrtlle, Ky, VI tUDtrUi. t IllliV lu lilfliU tm ! IV UT ..HWUV(Vtii 1,1 VlMl' J UUUI B. K. WEAREN, ! Dealer in Furniture 1 1 To The Public. a Til-den- 's 0 o ! o itMmt SwmaaiY Q i W ..JL- K.Z9 0 aJTS-- 0 EXCLUSIVELY. H 0, s. A H LOW PRICE m H H Q (II 01 H t o H V H It BRIGHT K OTETCALF. Well Paid Employment! in-- r Cmalwa-abeKiiiredli- Kj, ffi ru ml-ntl- on ,"!!' ti-Si- H. C. RUPLEY, NEW GOODS FOR FALL & WINTER O. 4. pur-sue- d $1,-70- RUPLEY. - -- nt Louinvillo Brynnt Stratton Business ,.j v Masonlicinicr's Orr-ositnl nine-tenth- . 1 rrt-ll- .,,., utivt-rtUii- I 1" '""- gr - TaaAataaaMd Canned Gooi3 of best brands, nnd all new package), at T, It. Walton'. al-m- oit MARRIAGES. DAHtlLLE. BOYLE COUMf t. 8tanford, Ky., E. O. WALTONt December II, 1885 - BuulnosB VANDEnntLTonce lie be damned," but man got there firat. remarkel the "pub it wemi that the old Manager. I. Mall A It. LOCAL TIME CARD. -- Uln goloii K tpmttraln" Mr. A, L. By- 3 05 A.M. tDRton, the photographer, haa quietly folded hid tent and departed, We fear he Tta jotc li calculated on standard tltne. Solar founil this an unretntir.etatlve field. About 30 minute faster tmt li 11 North eoutn Houtli ........ 1 1 Bo T. M Al.l.accounm not aettlexl or satisfactory arrangement made by Jan. lth will be eied on. So do not ail to ee to your account. Bright & Curran. m 15 r.M. 82 A. M. Like the famoui Arab, Editoh Huoiik- - ha raided the price of hie Xat4 to$20 a year, if not paid cash. Boy your Khool booki from 1'euny A Perhaps he wants to count big aoeeta if he McAllster. Watcum and Jewelry repaired on ehort- erer buila on account of eendlng papers on notice and wnrrntl br Penny A McAlle- credit. LOCAL NOTICES. Cajt. Cooic at- - he intenda to bring Mr. the Hast, Hog Remedr, the origiPenny & McAl- Hulchiaon before the next Circuit Court to nal and only genuine, from prove who was to blame for the beating he, lster. A co.MPI.rrE Mock of jewelry, latest Cook, got at hia banda. Thin ia about the Pentyle. Ilockforil watches a substance of a card he handed ua. ny A McAIUter A HORE walked out of a car in Kings PERSONAL. Mountain Tunnel the other night, while Mk 8. E. Owb'.ey went to Louiarille the train waa running: though, and strange yesterday. to aay waa not hurt, even though a aecond MiesH.u.ue r iait waa TiMiing Mr. Dr. train psesed during hia atay in the hole. He belonged to Jack Ctilnn. J. 0. Carpenter. Mn. John Wicksimuam, of Texas, The effort ti vote Julge K. J. Bicckin-ridg- e an a ti-- lt to reU'le. out of the order of Kaiht of HonMum. K. II HiioNAfHil ram down ti or for lila refusal to py widow and or attend the KagUman Harris wedding. phtiik' benefits, when he considered he waa Mn O i: Mawciiau, of Ilarrods not properly aulhor'zeti to do ao, resulted, burg, waa here yesterday mingling with old we are glad to aay in failure. Ilia trial frienda. waa before hia lodge in Loulaville. BOY Mr. W. It. Reynolds and Mi Sarah Allco Reynolds were married at Mr. W. L. Reynolds' this week. Mr. R. G. Martin and Miss Addle Ely were married at Mr. G. W. Oaddia' yester-daMiss Addm ia a Hweel eixteener. Mr. W, II. flimpson arrived at his fa- ther'a, Mr. P. L. 8impron'. a few daysslnce with hia bride, who waa Miss Maggie Head, ol Jefleraon county, and will make this county their home. James Biyard, eon of the Secretary of State, is shortly to be married to Miss Alice Deakina, the daughter of a poor farmer, whom he first met a a chambermaid. The arlatocratio Becretsry I in a rage over the affair and feeN that his son will do great dishonor to his noble name. There were two marriage in Richmond yeaterday morning. The first, at nine o'clock, waa that of Mr. J. S. Colllna and Miss Kate Marshall, at the residence of the bride' father, Rev. C. K. Marshall, and the aecond, at ten o'clock, waa Mr Cha. B. McCord, of Clark county, and Mi Lucy M. Brona'on, at the residence of the hrlde'a coualn, Mr. Joe Collins y. UfCHANAN, of Cab JlNNlK. showed her pretty face on our Orchard, MlfH at. atreeta yealerday. Mn. W. II Oiuves and wife, of Cat ln, Mo, arrived Yesterday and are the gueats of George II Bruce. Dn. John D Woods, public printer and binder, gratified ua very much by drop-idnin to fee ua yesterday on hia way to Garrard county. Mn. L L. Dawmh and hia nephew L C. Thurmond, have tone to Hart county to vitt and hunt. J. A CAHPENTEn Ja agent for the Traveler Inaurance Co and will give you f 3,000 at 25 cent a day or $4 50 per month. Mn. and Mn. J. B. Vanaiwdali. have gone to Byle to vWit relative. Mr. V. haa beenaick for aotnetlme but ia able to go about. Mm I)AIY HtJrtNltK haa returned from her visit to Mla May Ferguon at Covington, charmed wlih the manner in which she wa en'ertalned Mm. J- H. Mywis haa returned from a tlalt to her -- Ick mother. Capt. Myera haa rented tht new cottage of Mr. Lottie Holme and will ahnrtly occupy It. g Out townsman, Dr. J. G. Carpenter, haa invented an instrument for the removal of tu mora in the upper air paaaagea, which ia prononnced by itirueone to be a moat complete device for the purpote. A cut of it with an interesting article will e ppear in the current Journal of the American Medi cal Association. Lincoln county haa no reaaon to com plain of the appropriation for the Bureau of Immigration. Mr. J Ottenheimer telle ua that he baa brought to thla county alone, $225,090, all bectuae of a letter he got from Mr John II. Procter, the head of the Bu reau, recommending a visit to Kentucky. He came, be saw and invested. they were returning from (he wed ding the other night, the buggy of the In TEnion Joi'iiNAL man turned over and down the embankment near Mr. Burton', spilling him and Mr. John Bright out and acalterring them around promiscuously. The buggy waa badly wrecked, but the oc cupant and horee eacaptd aerioue irjury. Ati Mn?, Brock's readioga and reritalioi were attended by the uaual crowd a that tuch eaterlainmenta, which we are sorry to slate la never large. The opening part by the little girls waa very creditable House to rent. Kolon Craig. to them and to their teacher, but it waa so A Hid lime ia expected at the rink to long drawn out aa to mar the efl:ct conaid-erablnight. Go and enjoy youraelf. Mra. Brock read aome floe selecViktf.!i.Tjo hundred bushel of tions In'her beat manner and waa frequently greeted with applause. It had been three Iriah potatoes. Brlitht A Metcalf. yeara since she appeared before an audience It just two weeks to Christina, and and she confessed to considerable trepida! hardly seems a month alnce tion, but her manner wis easy and posesa-eand not one of her audience noticed it. Nickel plated scissor all iiw, tiry A TEiuiilihY lawless slate of afUirt pre pair warranto I. at the Model Grocery." LOCAL MATTERS. 1 la. d ClIHIeTMAB good 1 now open at the '.Mod GrcerT,"cjnitina of novelties in ChiGlaiMw-.r- o -- na and ent from Lancaster ao. withdrawal rf Judge Owsley notincrns th wni in exceedingly had taste The telgrain Hayiien fc I.YTLE will hate an auc.ion morrow morning, beginning at 10 o'clock. li Lidies are especially invited. See the gold skates to be given awnr at the Kink, in the window of the stnr room in the iNTEition Jouhnal building. ANOTHEltlny has been added to Mr. II. C. Bright' family, which he sav lie would like to trade ofl for a girl. Djn't all apeak a, once. We have now on our yard over 200,000 cut. aawed and shaved popular and chert nut ahlncles. We guarantee prices. Bright A Metcalf. Ab I'nmiAwrn B. G. Alford'a time draws to a close, hii commiaiion expires January 20tb, applicante for the position are becimtng active. We hope that who good and aa cor C7er geta it will make aa aa the present encumbent. rect official eek oi many weather Kiln and snow, fair and cloudy rhanees. hava aliernnted and the thermometer haa ...i .11 tl.B w,iv from S to C5. But we t vails at and near the North entrance of Kings Mountain Tuuncl, which ia being Whisky U sold arched by contractors. in open defnnce of the law and hardly n week pase that aome one is not shot and killed. Within the last ten days Mike SVelcT, a while desperado, who ia still at lare, ha sent three bullets through A. W Sutton, colored, from the effects of which he is now lying at the point of death at Sun'rie'; George Bnnett shot Char'es Kense, colored, and Henry Htll seriously woindeJ Richard Morton, also colored Binnett hie not been arrested, but Marshal' Hughe', of Soireret, ciptured Hall and landed him In Jul here Tuesday night Hia examining trial ia sat for next Monday. Those whoie duty it is shotrld see that the whisky dene over there are closed and their owners punished, a The bankers ot Danville report money Offlca Sonth aid Main 8tret, two doori M.- -t scarce and ia demand hi the usual rates of Ua Myera Hotelt Pure Nitrous OxJd Uai adulnlitsrrd er . interest. quired. Fannie, a daughter of Mr. T. P. Curry, died Wednesday of eplnal GRAND HOLIDAY RAFFLE. lUKPE' WKEKLV hut nnw. t... n.. iu 20 meningitis. 'T"AW.P.e-r- . Am.rlct. With a Jas. F.Cjtnbi on Wednesday sold to .iltal,!cl"r.l",l,l,JIJ musical Imtruuient, r. .T :,.""i-'-- "' anuartntlc Marie A. Jackaon a small house and lot the "CalMteon," an autoraitlc produce rmjr ntunbor of tunes witrnut an that . '""'..'V?""'2rLDee.nu'"lf .Tear attrac tlonj InP'ioua in the Southwestern part of town for $275. structor, Thladnemuilcal wonder will be rstlleJ two capital llluttriiA.1 .,t.i to ume, .em. bracing v,jwi,unB at mr abop ai aoon at 80 chances at SO cents each Tboa, ii.,. i buiuiiv i nm mrnmui i iii o . iihiuii ...r.L"; A reception given to Mr. Frank Eagle are taken 1 ho Celesteon la ol fiction, and the other bv Mr wil " JT"!".' worth JiStalh. Thote wnodeilreto takaa cbaure should call on meat one ot the most rapidly rlsfrnr of Pn.ii.fc man and his bride, formerly Miss Annie once. You might obtain It for only M cnts. . fci.,'uiv iiiunraiiona ei Harris, was largely attended Wednesday " ei i,uca ,u .11 F.V.IlHAliY. lag short sterlet, mostly ih. aa... entertain- tllnalwted.'bV niyht bv Danville friend - beat wrltera, and lmporunt papera brhllh thorl- tie. on the chief topics of the day. An Interesting mrinyr i In progress II Ileal at the Broadway M, E. ChtlrJi. Rjv J. mlde. an entertaining and In n ctsre nal. entirely free frola oblfctlon.i.u , I'J.t r. Tho Houso and Lot es, 8. Poetal, the pastor, is conducting thu either lettsr-pret- t er lllustr.iinn..,'., ".'".'."' ",uu u "JUassisted occasionally by pastor of In Wcet Stanford, lately occupied by Kichardaon scribe to Harper's Weekly. Witta. A Tery deslrthle place in many respects.. ether denominations Tor further Information, enquire of Mi. W.J Biho: , wiki is n gentleman J. Jl. iilGGIXH. HARPER'S PERIODICALS. and a scholar as wul a a man of clore discernment, still Insists that the Intehiok ma ykar A GOLDE!CHANCE. Harifr't Weekly Jouhnai. ia the best country piper in the a os "".'.'.".'.'.. Two of our itrong uerchanfa are golrg West, Harper's Magazine U ifed 8:'es. . 1 00 which leaves a good opening lor others. My More Harper's Btmr .'.'.'.'.'.'.,.'.'.' . Mo"rR. Hmry Gentry and Jese Dunn bou. one of the best and best locations In etan-for- Harper's Young 08 People. ....'.....'.' formerly occupied . 2 00 are in Pceksille, N Y., o bring to Dm tor rent. Can be bid for byMcAlliter A IfI.Ttle, Is Harper' Fraakia fnuare Llbrarr ' a term of veari desired. Onoyear(52 Nuuitrs) villa th Hi troiiln stallion, Gambetta, Call aoon. Dec. It. VAXAIlHOACn. who whk nired by Viiimieer Volunteer by C,,b"8 ''"""runiuj StSiWgSiSi" Kysdick'a Hiuibleini.'iin, the ir of Bm Herld.9.h. G. W. The marriage of Mr. B Frank Eogle- - net' Dexter e man to Mien Annie Harris, on Tuesday Mr. Harvey Pops, of thla routi'y, fell Ilns REMOVED hli office to that of Judje Philips night last, w.aa the consummation of a love from hia eUble loft this miming before on Lancaster atrial, opposite the e AV.rt ofmoX. with the Boarding at Philip Nunnelley'. on same .,,,.,. -.- ..... aflilr that hai extended from their child daylight and broke his rluht arm betwe-tret thrreyea-- ""if"" ol IIAHrER'3 WKIKLT tnr He msy be foun J at his t.fflte or roua at all hours back. In rest cloth binding, will b. hood, and while we suppose that aa usualsent by mall, page paid, or by eVpreM the wriet and elbnw He wtnt up to throw except when professionally nWnt. eirense (provided tbe freight UoesnJt exceed oni ly true love had not run roioothly all the down acme n.otk 'e J and nude a tnitwtei'. AoKT.J? T0'unl), for!7 per volume. time, they are to bu congratulated on the Dr. L S McMurtrv renderei clo,?.ce' for each volume urgical Look Out For New Millinervt oDffi eVc! Wnt "' m""' WPM, oTtnreceipt" happy term nation cf a long and anxioua period. A verr large assemblage of friends R?v. Mr. Fowler, of Louisville, an ON 0E ABOUT APEIL THE HE8T, gathered to ee the young couple start to- evangelist of th Chris'ian church, ia atgether ou tho journev of life and the large tracting great crowds at Perryville, where I?.'??,c,tt,jr'D8ne',anJlu''t desirable stock Address llAHl'CaABItOTHEl", of Millinery ever brought to Stanlora. New York y cusresidence of Mr, James A. Htrri, the he is holding a meeting. Rey. Mr, Yonnp, tomers are well acquainted with the cists I kept before, so it would he useless tor me to aay any- bride's father, was teated to its utmost. At of the Methodist church, also of Perryville, toiog in regaru to it. Thanking tny cus'omers 7:30 the gay convention waa htuhed and is conducting an interesting meeting, aaeiat-e- n for their nasi natronns.. I mill .niiMi im. in ih. spring. JlilH KATE lCIH)KHATt. 76 2m the bridal party entered the parlors. Three by Mr. II. C. Simon, who was here a Stanford, Ky, little girl, Annie Woods, Annie Bright and few week aga. Bessie Wood, carrying each a bouquet of The display of holiday goods in DanPIANOS AND ORGANS. flower, were followed by the bridesmaids, ville thn season I particularly attractive Messrs. 8. Our Misses Bettie Harris and Luella Bright and ia receivin? marked attention frcm John ChurchItA A L. J. Cook are Agents for the Mninii December Number . will beglo the Svant,- ,a V Tiiintsiai rr ir..-Co. Pianos an l Organs, which em' Misa and tl en came the expectant bride and large numbers of ladles and children. Sev. bracer he following most eicell nt Instruments: 5.S?,Wl?.0J, "'a,t and Mr How- . Knobe A Co., Haielton Bros , Dekr A Son and rummer" noldlDg th foremoat groom. The grouping around the venera-b'- eral very lar.je and handennalv dressed Kverett Wano. Also, Claugti A Warren and the ""-- -'" n,mi:-.J- ,' tDrOUgb man of God, the Rev. Morr.s Evans, dolls in R ibarteon & Kinnalrd' window Jobn Church A Coin Organs. Ttiet Instruments M..r.l are most excelleot lone, of grtat duiabllity and wa very artiatic and the ceremony as pro- afford an Interesting topic for discussion we defy competition. All of tnen. are warranted F"A Oepuime, .dlrcuVslw "IT. .. K ,kr,i uj ne nounced by him moat Impressive and ap among all the little girls in town. Mrs, ftr.. "Tears. Inferences: A J MPenny, Mrs "i"-'rlc. and Europ- -. wlllbecurrent literature w' h. II. Csrbenter, J. M. Philips, Moore and wn.r bu ed bV Beailey, propriate. Warm congratulations fallowed W G Dunlap haa charge of the holiday JamtaOrchard; Stanfor j Mis. Msgtie Holmes. Crab Gen. W. J Undraaa aud MtsaMz-al- e publlcatio., of a wiei of p.p it.king Huffman, Lancaster, Ky. and at the proper time the guca'a were In department in thla establishment. he ahsw Miss Maggie McRtberta has returned vlted to supper, which they diesuased at l7r" "" of nne ...It..I niuniiaiu- BWJtjiT afifpn """tHTs'lHlC great length and with apparent eatiefac from Campbellaville, where she baa ben SALE OF TOWN LOTS I ',T'!' .31 teS Ch"f Dudley Wner. will tion. The table sraa beautifully prepared visiting relatives alnce last summer. Mr. give erpeciai attention lo American aubfa Is And Tract of Land. Jitei?'-- 1 American writers, and Tllu.ttreu by Mrs. George P. Bright and its burden jamea tvmnairn, tnough still very ill, is vi u, 8 iinencin artists. waa a comprehensive and palatable aa It thought to be in a more favorable condiAs Agent of the heirs of Airs. Klizibeth Beailey, two was lovely to look upon. tion for racoverv. Capt. Geo. H. Dbyns decM, I oSer lor sale privately.Matt, town lota oi HARPER'S bdoui i dfTrtcacn.siiuaitu on stret in StanPERIODICALS, ami Tne brido waa attired In a rlch'drtfs of ia confined to his house because of an old ford, Ky., on one ot which Is a cotnfo.-txcommodious cottage: the other, whlih Is situated embossed velyet and mignonette green ailk wound in hia foot received during the war. Detwoen tne r.sidencesof w. P Walton and Wm. raa teas. Craig, with the s and looked very lovely indeed. She ia an Prof. Johnson, of the D. & D. Institute, ia ia unimproved. exception of a tract ot about 63 Harper.- - Weekly. Tafsooffer a um accomplished and charming young lady quite HI with irflima'ory rheumatism Acres ot Land, situated on the Knob Lick turn- Harper'. Magaatne 4 m pike, cne mile from S antord. It Is in a fine iut Harper's Bazar 4 M and Mr. Eaglcman haa shown his good Mr, II E Samuel waa in Louisville Tues ol cultivation, but has no improvements. Harper's Voung People 2 00 ror terms oi saie apply to me. sense in clinging to hia first love. He is day and Wednesday, where Mrs. Samuel '9-J. It. l'AXTOX, Agent. Harper's Franklin Square Library one year, (52 numbers) himself a moat worthy young man of ex was called bv the illness of her mother, 10 M ! Mrs. Warren's health cellent habits and fine business qualifica- Mrs. Mrry Warren Postage tree to all subscribers in the United 8utea or Canada. Mr. E. 8. Meseick, tions and it needs no prophet to foretell a baa greatly improved I wish to sell three small tracts of good Hanging happy life for him and hia The bride who haa been in Southern Colorado for the Fork Land, on containing 15 Acrcn, one OO The volumes of the Msgixine begin wl h the and the third Acre?, the latter numbers and Dectmber ot each sear received many uselul and cotly gifts from past two years, will be at home this week Aeren with comfortable Improvements, all rich land When no lor Junespecified, time is it will be understood even frienda and relative who hold her in the Mr. J. C. Thompson, for so many yeara con- and in separate tracts. Also NO A tanfo-d- . of No. that the subscriber wishes to bgln with the cur-re1 Knob Land on Mason'a Oap. near All number. higheat esteem. The gue'ts did not dis- nected wlih the Phoemix Hotel, Lexing- of this land has been lately surveyed and any one Bound Volumes of Harper's Maoazi.vk, for wishing to purchase cm seo plat oy calling on me. in town on a vlilt to friends perse tilt a late hour, reluctant to end the ton w in sen low lor cam or on any reasonable tliu-- , thr eyeais back, In nest cloth nlndini, will te sent by mail, post paid, on receipt of J3 per volwun interest at uper cent; evening of genuine enjoyment. ume. Cloth cas'S, lor binding 50 cents esch-- bv A negro at Fort Gaines, Gi , sid to be A. 31. Fr.l. I Sit. mall, postpuJ. Stanford, Kv good farm hand, haa offered to contract a P. e. I have a number of Indx to HaitpBE's Alphabetical. RELIGIOUS. Analytical, hi d Clsstfirl, for volumes 1 to 60, for next year for a quart of whisky every FIiio Sliort Uoi-- I will sell Lorn June, I8J1, to Juus, Kev. Mr. Hale's meeting at Mayaville i), ono vcl., that Saturday night, a mule to ride on Sundays, (YeatllDgsand weanlings)aged ocrs ttiaied low and Svo, Cloth, Sl.Oo. any of ray fine females, to lth haa lesulUd in 40 additions. Remittances should be made by Postofflce Money Dake of PUInvicw, a suiwrlor animal: or I will clothes and food, and $5 cash at Christmas. er Order or Drnlt, to avoid chance of loss. exclangp for fit bogs. Am overstocked. The revival at the Southern PresbyteNewspapers are not to copy this advtrtlserrcat A. M. F. rian church in Shelbjville continues with Itliout tne cxtirese Older 01 Harper a Brothers. Addrers UAitPEK A BKOTHEKS, New York. SKiT ADVtimSMSKNr. 11 additions. Coniuiiioiicr.4 .Sale Rev. V. i3. Polliti'a mce.ing at Etat 1SSO. llernstadt resulted in six additions to the FINE LANDS I Methodist chinch. Stock holders' Meeting. ! Garrard Circuit Court I)r J. W Lowber held a '2 two weeks WliUini Hnite'a DiV'soes, Fill, , vs Wni. B ttce's A mcietlnzuf the stcckhoMers of the First N Devises, Dcfts , and James II. Uruc ' Htlrs, meeting at Corydon, resulting in ;2 addi-ttu- tlonal Hank will he held at thrlr banking house ILLUSTRATED. Fills , vs. Jamrs ii. ilruce's Heirs, Djft. lu Stanford on the 2d Tuerday in Janusry, 16SG, By Tlrtueota Judgment of the Oirrard Circuit 10 the church. for the purpore of elestlDg eleven Directors loserto Harper's Bizsr is thaoaly piper In the world Court rendered In each of tbe above styled cae tit Rev J. E. Trlplett will preach at Mc- l lie ensuing year. the November term, 18S5. the undersigned Master that cjmblnes tne cbo'eHt Iter.i'ur, aud tbn finl JOHN J. SU HOBEBTS, Cashier. Commissioner cf sat J court will, on the premises, est art Illustrations with the atest fashions and Kinney on next Sabhitb at 11 o'clock A. M. methodaot household alornment Its weekly illustrations and Hnd tl 30 o'clock v M Paris On Wednesday, December 10, 1885, and New York descriptions of the newestpattern-shestyles, with ita useful The Text Conference of the Metho supplement and cut pitterns. by enabling Expose to public sale to the highlit and best bid- ladles to lie Meeting. their own drtssraakers, nve many dist Episcopal Church, South, by an almost der, times the cost of subscriptions. Its papers 03 A ineetlrg of the slcckhodcrs tf the Farmers The Liirge mid Valuable coaklng. tne management ot servants and unanimous vote, refused to recommend a Farm National Umk will be held at their tanking house In its vrtoui details aieimlnnt!r praca change of tho general name of the church In bunford on the 2d Tuvsday in January, 1SG, Owned and in the posseeslon ol James H. Brtie at tical. Much attention Is given i the interesting for the purpose of electing nine Directors to serve te time of his death. The lands He Immediatetopic of society etiquette, and its illustrations ot tne ensuing year. J. n. uivsi.tv i , lasmer, ly upon the turrplteroad leading from Lancaat r art needle work are acknowtedgel to be unequall- JJS?' 8DIIGEONHUFFMAN. UEWTIHT, STANFORD, KY. 1886. HARPER'S WEEKLY. 2 four-year-o- ld ILCUHTnATED. ." "r7 -- .i... f FOR. "" JFLESTXrT. aer-vlc- d, liu) DR. BRONAUGH flrT,u'rfor';:ii-th...bCourt-Hous- r',,0"Ay-- ' !.!. a &a"lZ ! ta.vtS&!f 1386 HARPER'S MAGAZINE. ILTUSTIIATED. --j e mu '" ". A .!"- hl first-clis- e, tl FOB HXTjE t nt 1 n Hull. u FAMING Harper's Bazar Sl-t- Stockholder? et bouse-keepl- LAND. STOCK AND CROP -- Uig lot of Silt at T. R. Walton'. In Louisville 121,723 hogsheads of to bacco have been sold this year. B.F.Avery & Co'a. plow works at Louisville, was damaged $30,000 by fire. L. Lencox A Son, Lexington, sold 99, 000 pounds of wool to a manufacturer in Lowell, Mass., for J25.000. Hogs are dying here by the hundreds, without showing any signs of diseate, and the people are eating them too. W. R, Kidd sold in Baltimore week five car loads of common fat cattle for J. W. Prewitl, weight 1,350 lb., at Wincheater Democrat $1 10 per cwf, Tina ha been a nover mind the weather i.- i- the wind don t it Miw thrush and at a fearful ar, rate. am Klopem ent.-Will- iam . n . Merahon and considerable mi.. r..,tl Bradv crested among their frienda by disappear n ing in the niht time and Hying to eome m unite their lortune lor lifo. The one is the son of Mr. Gran Mer h other a daughter of Mr. .!.- - .n.i Fleming G Bradv ti r,.. il,t f!M. Kim Bunlett H on IV em downward road. A few years ago he talent mo't gratifyingly in ployed hi for writing of current event, in hia de"nr,,e'J ,n, n thin paper- - 'ow ne h"' . .n.t mi? God have mercy on lit) firt f ""J't appoarod in Ttica hia eoul. "Ma day' Louisville limn and ia entitled Idyl." miej a Bluo Grass Tur.engine which pull the train on the t r i.r was thrown from tie Richmond, by Junction track at the Wednesday evening spreading of tho rail at 0 30 and in conscience, tho train due till about 0 jeiterlay r.M. did not arrive raorninfr, j"t Hf.le in advance of its time Srcmau were to return. The engineer vA accldni', but m om a little hurt by the ele wan baruiud. ien-atio- n.- n.n A veky Interesting meeeting of the A I corn Literary 6oclety waa held Wednesday , Alcorn's. night at Mr. J. Among its features waa a debtte between W. A. Trlbble and Masteraon Peyton oa "Whether the literature of a country ia affected b it form of government." Too question was not decided, we underitand, and the country will have to go on a before, without knowing how it stands in the premises. Mr. Tribble also read an'eatay on "Tho Apple," his favorite fruit. Very creditable recita e tion were given by M hh Penning ton, Mary Varnoo, Annio Alcorn and Iva Smiley. P. M. McRoberle read the Jour nal of the society, edited by himself and Mfsj Mildred Lswia, which waa decidedly interesting and newir. The meeting wsa a moat pleasant one and everybody felt thankful to the hospitable hoxtr. The next will be with Miai Sadie VanDveer oo the 2od. B.-ssi- lat OkATHS - A Van Alstyne, Texas, paper ol the I'll, which has been handed us by Mr. Spesr Fisher, hai a notice of the death of Eld. W. C. McKinney, who was born in thin county in ISOt). He moved to Tcxaa in 1821. ii. nr Mr. John B. Cabell, whore illcesa of typhoid (evHr haa been noticed in this pa per, diei nt his home in the West Ead, luesuay night. He waa a clever, honora ble gentleman and will bo long remember ed by all who partook of hia hospitality aa host of the Ubell Hotel in Liberlv. He leaven a wife and four children. There ore 1,124 Idiots supported by the State at a cost of jC2,0S0.G3. The 15th Dialrlct hcala the list with 188 and this. the Sth, follows with 155. Lincoln alone hai 21. Boyle and Garrard have but .'5 e.cb. Good butcher cattle are active in Louisville other grades are slow. Prices on all kinds range from 2 to 1; hog are lower and leu active at 3 to 4 05 Sheep are quiet at 1 to 3 cents. A R. Cowling A Son have purchased In the last two weeks, ISO head of feeding cattle for their customer?, which averaged 1,150 pounds. They were good atcck They Lex paid from 4 to 1J cent for them. Gazatte. The Fairbink Cinning Company, cf Chicago, haa just received ao order from tho French Government for 2.200,000 pound of dieted beef for the use of the French army. The contract, it is believed, is the first one given an American firm. Illinois ia probably 'tha greatest cabbage producing State in the Union at least it can boast the largest cabbage farm in thia country. Tnls farm U in the vicinity of Chicago, and contains 190 acres all devoted to the cabbagi culture, and pro duces in favorable years 1,100,000 heads. Paris Cookt. About 500 cattlo on the market aud generally sold. 22 calves at $18.20 per head; 20 yearlings at $25 04 at $33 SO per head; 19 abort 2 year-ol- di per head; 25 feeders at $4 43 per hnndreJ But few mules cf wereiomeof theeale fered, no advance in price- .- Kentucklan to Danville aod on Dlx Klver. They He about 3 m lea from Laccsster, 8 miles from Danville and 7 miles Irom S auford and on pikes leading to each of these towns The lands a'e in a hlgn atateot cultivation, areclean from brush and undergrowth As Administrator of Mrs Pdly ShaiVs, dee'd, I and are under good fencing, Tbe lands will be will rell to the highest bidder, on ottered in the following order.-Tract No. 1, containing SSS Acres and 28 Folea On this tract Dooombor 10th, 1885, outbuildings Is situated the dwelling house and connected therewith, same occupied At her late residence, 2VJ miles from Stanford on by James 11. Ilrtice at the time of his death. This following property, to w.t: land aod the Improvements ou It are first-clain the Danville pike, the One No. I Milk Cow, 1 yearling Ueiftr, a lotol every respect. Tract No 2 containing 2'G Acres and 26 Poles, Hogs, 30 shocks of Fodder, Ac , a Tot of Corn In the crib, 1 Buggy, atalk field, Household and Kitchen lies adjoining Tract No. i, aJJolns tbe lands of J. Furniture. The Farm of 30 Acres will be rented V. Coia, J, F. Uobinson, J. D. Kobinson and tbe to the highest bidder at same time. Terms made Bland Land. Tract No. 3 contains US Acres and 16 Polea, lies known on day of sale. 8l-t- d adjoining Tracts !os 1 and 2, above mentioned, O ll'SLEW Adm'r. S. also adjoining Mrs. Bourne, and on Sleet's Branch. The three above tracts contain as a whole "82 Acrea 1 Hood and 30 Poles, and will ba oUVred for sale In three separata tiatti as men'loncvl. then as a whole and the hid accepted that will realize the most for tho wholo tract. And Is the land davl-see- d by Wm. Bruce to James ii. liruce, Ac. Also the following lands: & 1st. Tract containing 11 Acrra S itoods and 31 Poles, conveved to J. II. Hruco Irom the bl.tud heirs and adjoins Tratt No. 2 of the William Bruce lands. The direct through line and old established route 2d. Tract containing 13 Acres 1 Itools and 22 from Poles, conveyed to J, II, Brnce by Blackerby's to St. Louis heirs and adjoins Tract No. 1 of tin William Bruce & Administrators Sale. ed. Ita literary merit Is of tbe highest excellence and the unique char. cter of Its humorous picture haa won for It tbe name of the American l'anc, HARPER'S PERIODICALS. PKIl YEAU. Harper's Bazar .., 14 (0 Harper's Magazine ico Harper's Weekly , . e 00 Harper's Young People 2 oq Harper'a Franklin fquare Library one year, (52 numters) jo 00 Postage tree to all subscriber in tho United States or Canada. The volumes of tbe Bazar will begin with the first number tor January of each year. When no time Is mentioned it will be undtritool tha t tho subscriber wisnes to commence with the number next alter the receipt or order Bound volumes of Uaroer'a Bazar, for three years bailt, in neat cloth binding, will be sent by mall, p.stago paid, or by express, free of expenao (provided the irelght does not exceed one dollar per volume) for 17 per volume. Cloth eases for each volume, suitable for binding, will be aeut by mall, postpaid, on receipt cf 1 each. f pott-otSc- Saturday, E O. & M. 01 MISSISSIPPI fl. i e ltemlttaocesahou'd bsmidoby Money Order or Dralt, to avoid chance of loss. Ncwsoapera are not to copy thla advertisement 3d. Tract containing j Acre, cnnveyel to J II. without tne express order of Ilarpor A Brothers. Bruco by U. Byeis aud adjoins Tract Nj. 3 of the Address HAKPEI! A BKOrilUte, New York. To(2) Dally Trains from Louisville to tit. Louis, wm. tirucu la mi s w 11 be ofered sepaThree. (J) Dally Trains from Cincinnati These three tracts cf land rately, then as a wbole, and tbe bid rtctv d tnat lost, Louis. wl realize the most for them, E frou Louisville and Cincinnati Only to loiii-Tkbms. Tbe sales will lie made on a ere Jit of fl, 12 and 18 months, the purchaser ti execute b)uds tost, Louis. loreoualamo nts. wlih approved security, paya per cent, ble annum Irom Tho Only Lino by whioh you can day tof Coni'r, bearing 6 having theperlorce and etltit sa.e until paid, got a ThrouRh Blooping Car of a Judgment on which execution uav Issue alter insiurity. a lien retained on tne jami. From Cinclnitl to St. Leu Is. if. !. KAI'EEJIAX, Washington, Phlladolph'a and Master Com'r Garrard Circuit Court, Persons deslrln to see tho abive mentioned Br TUT is the only Hue running Wow York. JL HO X XVi. tbrougli irom Louisville lands or plot aud survey ol same, or visaing any and Cincinnati to St, Louts, all oilier routes being information in regard tnereio, wuicuon orau rhoouly line running ) made up of a combination of small roads, dress W.. I Laulram, Lancaster, Ky Louisville Cincinnati and all points in the West. lands. 1 IY, Kcutuckj'r, Routo East mu0 fJ. A Tho Ohio blcplng Mississippi IUIIwar mas Fahti.il Cars on nljbt trains; Luxuriant Far-t- or on day trains; Elegant Day Coach-e- a Cars PULLMAN NEW SLliLTINU C.UIS on all trains. Direct and closa connections ire made In UNION DKl'OTS with diverging lines by theO. A M. Hallway, thus avoiding troblesame transfers by other routes. The Ohio A Mississippi Italltvay ii the only line between Louisville, Cincinnati and fit. Louis under one management, lunnit.g all Ita trains throiir h solid and In consequence ltoutj beIs rcognlzed First-Cla- ss tween those Cities. Apply to ticket Agents of connecting lines for lull parlltttlars as to rates, time, maps, circulars or any desired Information, or write to KQttT. tl. FJKMAN, Trar. Pass. Ag't O. A M U'v, So timet, Ky, ?.M I'KABODV M i " W. B.SIIATTUC, -ai I C.t .'' Ciaclaiutl, O. A SOLID TRAIN KR01I HACAN'S Louisville, Cincinnati Magnolia Balm is a secret & Lexington, Ky., to Wnsblugtjn Oily, Connecting in the same deiot with FaBt Trains for Now York. t'a !'. Al, aid to beauty. Many a lady owes her freshness to it, who would rather not tell; and you caiii tell. The Direct Itonto to Ljnohburg, Daavllln, Norfolk an) all VlrjIcU .itid North Carolina Points. For tickets and further Information, anplr to your nearest ticket oilica or address W. W. Monroe, DIv. Freight and Passenger Ajent, Laxltigton Ky. o. .. 'iMirrr, VaauMfir, (.cu'l Ulchreond. v rrifcBR. tt. Oon'l Pau'r Ag'L Virginia, b W l. CANnitUTF.S. ij DK. W. B. FUNNY, Soni-MteM- Interior journal ONLY FRIENDS'. Chambers' Journal. Bummer's freshness fell around us. A CC Happiness results from that truo contentment which Indicates perfect health of body and mind. You may possess it, If you will purify am Invigorate your blood with Aycis Sarsa-parlllE. M. Howard, Newport, X. II., writes : "I sulTereil for years with Scrofulous humors. After uing two bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparllla, I a. W. II. WITHEHN of the Democracy. WOOD EKGRrAVLXGS. SOME DISCOVERIES MADE AMDNQ THE MONTHLIES. ILLUSTRATED Tlio of Twouty Yaars Ago y Compuroil with Thoio of Straight Lines Nu Longer Found An Unartlstlo Opinion. Wood-Cut- s To-Da- Nature dreamed its sweetest drsani, Every balmy evening found us By tbo meadow or tbo stream, With our boarts as froe from sadiioss As the tunsbfin heaven sends; Youth's bright gnrden bloomed In gladness, Whero we wandered only frionds. Not a word of love was spoken, No hot blushes Unshod In rod; Love's first sleep was left unbrokou, Bitters tears were never shod. We wero young and merry-hearteDreaming not of future ends And without a sigh we parted; Fate had made us only friends. IsaCandldato for Assessor, aulijsct to the action Office on Laocaator street, next door to Ihti-Rio- a Journal otuco. Office hours from 8 to W A. si, and 1 to S r. x. Anesthetics admlnliterod wbeo iiiiniuj BTANFOBD, DonllHt. KENTUCKY. 1151-lyr- .J tOfc COUOH3 nrilt ihJF Ul necewary. . V. KENNEDY Is a Candidate for Assotsor, mbjsct to the action ol the Democratic pirty. LUMBER! Dressed Pino Flooring, Oeiling, Weather Boards, Finishing Lumber, Green Lumber in tho Rough, inoluding Laths and Shingles. iff 'TS9LWiYi SISte w v Q GEORGE 8. CARPENTER Is a Candidate for Coanty Clerk, subject to the tion of the Democracy. ac- , Found great relief. It has entirely restored mo to health." James French, Atchison, Kans., writes : " To nil persons suffering from Liver Complaint, I would strongly recommend Ayer's Sarsaparllla. I was afflicted withndlseaso of tho liver for nearly two years, when a friend advised me to tako this medicine. It gave prompt relief, and has cured me." Mrs. II. M. Kidder, 41 Dwlght St., Boston, Mass., writes " For several years I havo used Ayer's Sarsaparllla In my family. I never feci safe, S J. H. JOHNSON But a little germ of sorrow Wakened In my heart's recess, Whon I wandered on tho morrow By our haunt of hnpplno.'g. And this germ fouud deeper rooting As the weary days woro on, Till I folt a blossom shooting In lovo's garden all alono. No kind fate throw us together, We bad mlrsed the lucky tide; clonr-cu-t, smooth, fine In tono, wonders of Oolden-glldosummer weather the engraver's and the printer's skilL I Not forever doth went to studying Harper' and Tin Century But for me, though abide. sighing vainly not from an art standpoint, which I know even For a love time never sends. nothing about, but from a magazine Still is loft this thought undying, nnd newspapjr writer's standpoint, I were reader's only frionds. We, alas where I am somewhat at home. And I roado some discoveries. "MAMMY" AND HER CHILDREN. I found, to begin with, that both the without It. As a liver nicdlclno and magazines I have named are printed on two Hunting In Tennessee Itecollecttons of general purifier ot tho blood, It has no kinds of paper. The part In which tho Childhood. equal." Mrs. A. B. Allen, Wlutcrpock, larger anl better cuts are put Is printed on In American Field. Va., writes; "My youngest child, two highly calendered papor, smooth as this sheet Whon hunting on strange lands, espoolally years of age, was taken with Bowel ComI am writing on, which gives the engravplaint, which we could not cure. Wo tried ing a chance to show up every on of Its fine when quail shooting, I never fall to interronegroes on the farm. I never had linos, and the part given to small, unim- gate tho many remedies, hut ho coutluucd to grow me portant cuts and tolettur press is printodNm one to decolve ma. Thoy always toll In worse, and finally became so reduced in as white and oqually beivy, but where the gams is. Perhaps tho maimer paper quito flesh that we could only move him upou small which I approach tbem has something to do not so highly calendered bocausa the a pillow. It was suggested by ono of the on rougher with it It I go on land owned by thorn I types mako Just as good a mark doctors that Scrofula might bo ths cause papor. Iu The Coutury. I found, the first first go and ask permission to hunt on It; Very often overy of the trouble. W procured a bottle of half of the volume Is made up entirely of which Is always granted. adding: "Da was tbo smooth piper, and the la it half of the covey of quails is located, raised and uses in dat field all do time," I rougher sort, while in Harper's the smooth ahoets are scattered throughout ths maga- often reward thorn by giving them part of the game. I often loan those in our omploy zine wbeievera ilne enjraving Is printed. batter guns than they possess. A STHOKE OF 0 EMM. I hope you will excuse the digression, but Of course, there has to bo sonis system It U a pleasure .to mo to smcourago these about tbK and the smooth pages must go people In every possible way, that thoy may in at regular iutervals, anl the cnts bo ar- become useful and honorable citizens. and commenced giving It to him. It surely I ranged to strike tbo right pages. But to reckon the way I was brought up may have worked wonders, for, In a short time, he pick up and examine the magaziue it looks had something to do with the kindly feeling was completely cured." as if a smooth sheet were tun in wherever a I entertain toward tho negro race. I was Sold by all Druggists. large cut happened to strike. It does not lulled to sleep in the arms of a black nurse. need a professional eye to see this difference Tho I'rico 91 ; Six bottles, $5. sjiiuj woman that my nurso iu the quality of papor mod. If you lay callod "mammy' I called mammy, too. I Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr Sc Co., Lowcl, either of tho magazines before you and ex- I was sure it was that way. I kept ' up Mass., U. S. A. amine the pages carefully you will soo it until I was a great big boy. I was never so for yourself. Bettor yet, take one of tb happy, both day and night, as when in a littlo magnifying glatsas to be founl in ol- - negro cabin with mammy and her children. most every household and examine the I loved tbo cabin and the company of its pages. On tho rough ones you will ate hun- dusky denizens best at night. At that time dreds of little speckles within tha focus, men and boys would gather in and tell while the smooth ones present a pure white what I now know were ghost itorio. But surface. they wero not ghost tales with them; they With the Instinct of an old printer I saw told them for the solemn truth. All nogroei at once the beauty of this arrangoment are moro or loss superstitious. They never IS WARRANTED to cure Fever and The rougher papor is not usel for the sake failed to raise the hair on my head. Whon Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Reof cheapness, as you might imagine. tho company would break up about "midmittent Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, I examined both magazines very night's holy hour" I would bavo to ask Dengue (or "Break-bono- " Fever), Liver carefully for some sign of economy and somo one to go with m to tho "white folks' Complaint, and nil diseases arislug from could not find any; both looked as if their house," as thsy called it. Thoy bad aroused Malarial poisons. owners might hava said to artists and the ghosts and hobgoblins, And I thought it "Harpers, S. C, July 9, 1SS4, workmen: 'GIvo us tho bost work you can; but right that they should ro along and never mind the expons)." But the fine keep tbem from getting me. They always "For eighteen months suffwool cuts made a bitter lmpraision on per- went, anJ wo saw nothing never. ered ivith Chills and Fever, fectly smooth paper, and small, solid form As I grew up tho'o pjoplo gave m my having Chills every other day. of typ work bettor on paper of a rougher first lessons in 'coon and 'possum hunting. kind. It was a stroke of genius uniting the I soon learned to lovo the spurt doarly. dftcr trying various remedies two kinls of papor In one small volume, Dear roader, those warn the happiest recommended to cure, used a giving to oach page tbo variety it will print of my life tho recollection of which bottle of Ayer's Ague Cure, and best on. recalls many pleasant memories of tho good have never since had a chill. EVERYTHING SHADOWY. old ante bellum day. Many of my dusky EDWIX HARPER." Then I made some moro dlscovonos. I hunting companions have long slnco gone to found that both magazines and not only tho happy hunting grounds. Requioscat in rnr.PAur.D uv theso, but all tno higher class art publicpace. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Moss. ationsare running very largely to engravSold by all Druggists. Ilrenklnz Wild Homes an Old Ait. ings of a peculiar kind, In which you might Chicago Times. search all day before you would find a straight Iim. Tho engraver Is determined A recently published volume on Russian apparently Qwrhaps with tho aid and abet-jne- art, by Mr. Maskell, shows that the great of tho nrtUt) not to have a straight borso'tamer, Ilarey, and his immediate suclino in it and not to allow anything to be cessors, have merely revived a lost art. He distinct enough to catch your eyo when you describes a remarkable rase in a St. Petersfirst look at it. Thus, if tho picture hap- burg museum the frieze of which, compens to ba of tho interior of a room the posed of detached figures, represent the As a reliable remedy, In cases of Croup, floor glides smoothly aud oasily into the methods of breaking the wild horses of the Whooping Cough, or sudden Colds, walls and the walls vanish Imperceptibly steppes, as practicod by tb Scythians 2,000 and for the prompt relief and cure ot into the coiling. If it Is a face taj cheek years ago. "Most curious It is," he says, throat and lung diseases, Ayer's Cherry latsootng and taming ot wild goes oil like a fog into a distant lmlscapo, "to mk the Pectoral Is Invaluable. Mrs. . G. Edgerly, and you can hardly tell where a dimple horses as it is practiced at the present day Council Bluffs, Iowa, writes : I consider ends and a mountain begins. There are by tho Guachos of S.iuth Anuria; and not no good, bold, distinct lines. only so, but In the minuteutsa ot the deAyer's Cherry Pectoral a most important Everything about it is shadowy, and tails we ob.'erve characteristic parts cf the remedy for home use. I have tested Its whiefc but a faw Itaves you with the impression that the method of curative power, In my family, many artist must have bwn working with a soft, years ago was Introduced into England by times during the past thirty years, and blunt pencil or the printer have had trouble Mr. Rarey and excited so muck wonder and have never known It to fail. It will rewith his ink. Compared with one of the curiosity. lieve the most serious affections of tho sharp-cu- t pictures of the other kind, one of ono side two wild horses In tho center of these shadowy engravings Is like an old aro peaceably grazing on the plain, still in throat aud lungs, whether In children or French table compared with a piece of the enjoyment of their liberty. Noxt they adults." John II. Stoddard, Petersburg, Eastlake furniture. The joints ars care- are laisoel by the Scythians, and finally Va., writes : "I have never found a medfully hidden, and you are not allowel to sea brought to the ground. In the cantor of icine equal to just where a woman's dress en Is or a wagon the front of the vase Is represented the wheel begins; they blend into each other method employed by Rarey. A tcythlan is imperceptibly and leave you in doubt. I engaged in ntrapplng up one of the foreleg happened to know that this l what Is called of a hore, which he will presently bring on tho "new school'' of ongravlng. While he its knees by another cord, and, by wearing da3S not Interfere tvltu the artist's design, out its pntlonc show that he Is the master tho enr.ivdr tones down all his 1Iih, gives (theso cords wore originally fino wires of for the prompt relief of throat and lung him zzzig work for a floor, fiery semistlvor, which wera found besiJe tbo voso diseases peculiar to children. I consider circles for a sky, and makes a picture that whon It was first discovero 1, hnt havo since It an absolute euro for all such affections, no doubt is highly artistic, but that seoms beeu lost). To the right of tk nnd am never without It Iu the house." to me to be a gool donl of a blur. group stands a horse already brokon A in, and saddled and bridlod. His master is Mrs. L. E. Herman, 197 Mercer St., Jersey UXAimSTIC OPINION. engaged attaching hobbles to his fnralogs City, writes: "I have always fouud You raurt remember this is an unartlstic opinion; uo doubt I might oasily toss one so that he may leave him portly at libjrty Ayer's Cherry Pectoral useful In my family." B. T. Johnson, Mt. Savage, Md., of Kiphael's works into tho garret. But I while he joins tho others in their work. don't like a picture where the floor unexwrites: "For the speedy cure of suddcu Chinese Newspapers. pectedly merges itself Into a cjw and the Colds, and for the relief of children afflictMonthly. Damorest's oow s bit dm otf into a distant forest. A ed with Croup, I havo never found anyAlong tho uppjr border of Culnoso news good, honest cow, standing on a straight thing equal to Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. 5oor, is mors real than the other; an 1, being papers, where we usually placo the titlo and It Is the most potent of all tho remedies I more real, I believo it to bo mora artistic. date, is written the exhortation, "Please have ever used." W. II. Stickler, Terre I found also that tbo names of engravers to respect written paper; tho merit it boundbo found on the best cuts always down in less" an oxbortstion that is generally Haute, Ind., writes: "Ayer's Cherry one corner In dim letters are limited to a heeded, for the papers are carefully Mod in Pectoral cured my wife of a severe lung shop and office, and aro read and very few. Perhaps you might pick out until at lost they fall to pinces. Then a man affection, supposed to bo Quick Conthirty men in New York who ard making sumption. Wo now regard the Pectoral all the ba.t woodcuts for the magazines and from the society that takes written papor for its special earn comos and takos away as a household necessity." E. M. Sot bock of the finest kind. printed rags and tatters tho Bralnerd, Minn., writes: "I to be reverently burnt In a crematorium atam subject to Bronchitis, and, wherever I Struggling Alone. Tho Literary go, am always dure to have .1 bottle ot The duke of Portland took a bouse at tached to Tbo Ooucastar this year, and entertained during and Military Temple. tho race week a party of twenty-flv- o The Quean's Comloicentlon. bachelors. It is thought that they hain't a Cherry Exchange. bad time. With youth, health, 150,000 An old lad; recently told Margery De&ne pound sterlings a year to spend, and a that she was once Invited to lunch at Windwith mp. It Is without a rival for the cure dukodotn, bis grace manages to struggle sor castle by CJuton Victoria. She, with of bronchial affections." long this vale of tears. the other guests, was on arrival placed at PnEPAHKD BY a sumptuous table, but there was no queen An Immense Amount. Dr, J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. In tho room. When the meal was halt over New York Horald. tho queen entered, walked the length of the Mols4onier has painted a minFor sale by all Druggists. iature of hlrasolf In which the face Is xald to table, jpoke to each and passed out. &e no bigger than a man's flngsr nail, and Wedding. An jot there must bj an iramin-- e amount of (Chicago Herald. OLUBBITO RATES. 9heek about it, ai the little picture Is priced At an German wedding in t (3,000. Wisconsin tlio comraitteo on invitations rode To those desiring siMltlonil rraJIng niitier we will club the from bouse to bouse, their persons and Klevntor Accident. INTERIOR JOURNAL kill more people than hores decorated with ribbons and leaves. "Elevator accidents toiler explosions do," says The American Tho affair was so unusual as to excite much As follows: Machinist, who wants a law compelling tho comment. 13 (0 With the 'erkl poriodical inspection of passenger elevators, Tlie Old and the New. New Voik World " " I 50 with a clause prohibiting youths under IS The Journal says that almost inside tho 3 00 New York Sun " jeatfof age from operating theta madegon-sea- l corporate limits of Albuquerque, New MexSCO Harper's Muilne " ico, and within hearing of the steam whisand applied to freight elevators. 5 20 ' " Hrxr' Weekly tles ot the machine-shopmen Hill thrash 3 00 Niutheru BItguic Dm from Water. goats over it and hull wheat by driving 2 CO Home noil Farm In Paris gas Is produced from water by beau by beating them with sticks. In fact, no mattrr what pqlilictt n jnu dctlrp, stroam over glowing coke. Qu passing a The elephants that kill their keepers are wh can furtilsh It wllh cur pirtr and ai you us produced Is said to bo better than tne trouble and xd.o of rriblttlng for it, generally female. coal gas. frnmSOoomslo?! 80. y can Old iulcrlUr who hatj a t paying tua differ-rnc- e The Cathollo church admits to Its mln-fitr- y - I'ntre re ajral oouiimU't; of noldiuih avail !themtelTM of 'hls il'if uiir ou'imi. rnt th aiu no one who is aflllctoi with any kind W'Al.To:;, Tro'r 6ta'i.'onl. i? ai physical deformity. to-da-y. DC'Ja'o 'n ew Yori Times. There bappano i to be a flla of otJ maga-lino- s lianly, an I I took ono of th'tudown to compare the ongraviugt of Ureuty yean Tlioy wore black, ago with thoso of cnioareJ ntul unsightly. As works of art thoy were nowbero at all; thew was uo art they aUei In Sometimes about them. miking tlio toxt clear, but that was all. Tho moiern om; on the contrary, were (William Is a Candldato for Assoss.n of Lincoln county, sub jeet to the action ot the Democracy. It. UYdreit to keep on his yards an assortment of our Lumber, whero they can gat It as cheap aa from us direct. lie will also make eitlmatei for aur bills not on hands, which we will fill on short notice. 23-i- n "Forthaconreulencoof our customers In (Stanford and ilclnlty we have arranged wllh Geo. SlkbVMS A HA VIH. WILLIS C. HARNETT rr.n.ll.1.1. Ia. id. nf(rA rtf Taller of Llntoln county, subject to ftlmary election of the Demo cratic pany. Lily, Ky. 0?e 5Wi7r ( A t.. PIANOS, ORGANN, MUSIC, ale a, At Home Antc-Uellu- We araagentafor the old lamll'rellable John Church Co., of Cincinnati. Ohio, for the aale of Organs, Automatic Muilcat Instruminta and Musical Merchandise In Lincoln and Uarrard ol counties, Kentucky. Jtonthlu Vaumrntit Is a Candidate lor Jailer, subject to the action recelrcd until paid for. The bent Htmtitartl the Democracy. Co., Haaelton llros., maker Son,Wru. KnabeANew England Hanoi, Kferett and Decker A either upright or Kiuare. In Organs, the followPENNINGTON 91. makers: dough A Warren, John ing Church A Co. and the Sterling, with ths patent Is a Candidate for'County Cletk ol Lincoln, sub-cChime ltella Attachment. Musical to the action of tho Democracy. Tho tWcsfrois.an Automatic Uo moat perfect in lha world. Illustrated catalogues sent tree lo all who apply, W. O. HANSFORD best references from those who hare also tho Instruany Is a Candidate for County Attorney of Lincoln, bought and tried us atof the ahose musical Stanford, Ky. ments. Address to the action of the Democracy. subject Jb L. COOli. H. It. W. T. SAUNDERS th tritftUvUtra SutM, unieifD, fm lh tffi( ata( i mall .uti UFrlitlpl tbl Imsmdi itaia Umlttlnr tiptraBt TH at itHrt4 Ik fr-- m ifc v I T. n ct th chllt I throw (! la fait nmbrta tfnp 1 h Whfo eombUM with th &allai avel (ispii( ItilQ tuMiaMplili ibnlUln rlfttlrihs)itfMi, jr u In tailosi CMimoiia Hsttiftr rf WwntOcM am M (itisj ih Antt iitva fmif Ut Citii. CmfK hi ' ini Cih aal laiunapUtal fttl ftlautU, 6f sill it hltti M usli Ati tsir 1ri rln far It. Trlr. WALTER A, TAYLOR, AtUnU. Otis tusr i f. n n n nimiani lis vuni'Uu a in lib Ulnnf aa iiiiataauv nn lr.ti. in DjM.ur ut CaiUna TnlSlli. Wet ttUtJ ? 1 " ihUm crI(ls ftrl7 mrntBCch. sii ttlBii 15..fl. 'lllit.. p. 1 JUDGE ltoth tor sale by Dr. M. I llOUUKK, HUnford. 37-l- J. JUDGE T. W.VARNON to the offlee of CounIs a Candidate fot ty Judge, subject to the action of the Democracy. LOGS AVANTED. price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and Hickory Logs delivered at any station of the L. &N K.O. orO. S.R. R. J. 0TTENHEIHER, Crab Orchard, Ky MYERS HOTEL, I will pay tho highest STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr Thia Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Reputation, . AND J. D. SWOPE la a Candidate for County Cleik of Ltncoln, subject tojtho action of tho Democracy. Sarsaparilla AYER'S GEORGE B. COOPER h a candidate for Coujty Clerk of Lincoln, subject to the action of tho L emocraltc party. JAMES P. BAILEY It a candidate for Circuit Clerk, subject to the tion ol the democratic party. ac- Its Proprietor is Determined that it Shall T.D.NEWLAND Is a candidate lor Bherlfl of Lincoln coanty, ject to the action of the democracy sub- be tiecond to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of It their Guests. "t W. L. DAWSON Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County, tub. Ject to the action of the Demxratlc party. (JacKine will be oafeyd to aid fron th 4 Tree or enarg. npaciai eecoramouauoia to Commercial I. Th lUrnlll alwaji aipplled with t hT ekolesil braedaof Liquors aid Clatri. Tratlr -- fl) louifVItU MtwAstaCNlCJH0llr Ague Cure J AYER'S Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, subject t the action of the Democratic party. SAM. M. OWENS Dyspepsia & Asthma Can Re Cnreil. Tbeie U eml-neTwo-thlr-a Through Coaohos and Tullman Slooping Cara. JLouIhvIIIu to OhlciiKo, From. D. R. CARPENTER, as County Attorney, Is a Candldato for subject to the action of tht Democratic paity. l, JASIES W. ALCORN Is a CadMate for Clr ult Jndgo In the this to the action of tat Democracy. trict, tU'-Jtc- t Dis- R. C. WARREN to the offlre of Commonwealth's Attorney ot the 8th Judicial Mi ot the Democr-ictrtct, subject to the action Is a Candidate lor perhaps no dtwaw so preralent as lndlgwtlon, and one, too, tint lip to the rt present time has tallied the iktll of lha most of the chronic physicians. base their origin In Dypeita. Thearmp-tomiar- e lost of appetite, tow ' utab, a feeling of THHOUQII fullness or weight In the itotnach. oteailonal nan-le- a or Toroltlng, acidity, tlatulencr, dull pain In a eenaatlon of heaviness or giddithehetd, with Via ness, Irrrgularlty of !oweli, low ijlrlu, ileepleu-ne- , lallow ikln, derangeioeat of kidneys, and nut L?e. 1iuIitII1 ucfrciuiutly r'lIUllon of tbe heart. Ufjetle.... If you are tuOerlng with any of these symptoms Arr. Chlrago " -- Cluclmiatl to Chicago, Iiullnuupollfi toClilcUKO TIME TABLE !!! it r t ru ... DR. HOLT'S .... I'Tllinil'I3 m p ra p in I a in I SO I VO I Mi in J a 00 mo-mo- I Dyspeptic Elixir WILL CURE YOF. For sale by tr. M. I., llou ne, htanfard, Kj.li-i- Via ClBCtanill; O. II. WADDLE '" Indlanavll. Arr. Chicago. ! I T? . . .) I II 4 g M a m. I f p m p in f II 30 p m jq p w t M am Is a (acdldate for Commonwealth's Attorney of the Sth Judicial Dlr'rlct, subject to the action of the Democratic party. ff'llr'W.t8unay l'eufojotir ticket reaJi rla the JOHN S. VAN WINKLE Disii a Candidate for Circuit Judje of the stn trict, subject to the I'rimary election ol theMarch, Saturday in Dem-ocrat- lc nt party to be held the For Instant Use ISC lit L.&N. Louisville & Nashville R. R. lllK OBKAT MONON ROUTE, (L. N. A. A C. Ii'y) ai It Ii th quickest, tbe belt and most direct line to Chlrago and points In the Kortbwen, Tickets rla the Monon lUita on tale at all principal ticket olSres. For maps and lull Iu formation, addrmi WM. . HALDWIS'.O V A., Chicago. A. J. O'itKILLY, (J. h. A., lAJUlssllle. . rle, Store RoomFor Rent Tbelarga aDd desirable Storo Koom In Tit building, frontiog oa Main it. Is lor rent. Apply to tf Il'.l CTOX, Hanfurd. ll 7S-- THROUGU TRUNK LINE 10 Till- - i SOUTH & WEST WITH KENTUGKY CENTfiJIL fl, I. BUILDERS ATTENTION! t W Keep cowtintlT on hand arewed rtoorlDj, ceWJnj. Mw.-- o uwit uf . Ac. at lowest rrUes. "illiicGrnfl Route." Bhortest and Quickest Eoute from Geo tralKentuoky to all Pointa North, Eaat, West and Southwest. Fait Line Uetweeu horse-breakin- g i. kin Ji lutiifurnlah rt uow prepared toffnt far Unlanln? olmills.- .Aimh an.1 Pullman Palace Sleepers, IiOtilHvlIle wiinerLoruiuif, ui"i JJsrftl to NiihIitIIIc, FOR SALE OR RENT. MY IIOU8E AND L.OT- On Danrllle Avenue, In Stanford.I- The house con- d, tains 7 rooms, cellar and porch. -t well ImrroT-estable with C Hall., buggy home, wazon shed, el cittern, coil and imoke homes and a new and in good repair. Komilre on Prei"""' 11. MIHmtrlMi. 51. t Atlanta, t LEXINGTON A CINCINNATI tin.. Schedule In Effect Oct. J. IIS3. Little Roclc, fflobile iiud New OrleiuiH. "No. , K5. 4", NoTiT" BOUTII-Doi'M- ..... McitiplitV Cherry Pectoral AYER'S Only one change to points In Kx. Sun. Dally S !i 10 Ex. Hun. 1 00 p m 2 32 pin J, POSTED. Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Vekln homes on the llneof Lto. Coslngton,.., .. . Falmouth . S Arr. Paris- Lse, . t'yntblaiia. 111 ..II Islington..., ..' . . M a m M aiu 10 a in Sip 10 p iB li ... l I lnndf l.Rt rtla. nntt.. ihit Aiirflinlug, are positively polled against huntlnif for game or anything elic, or trespassing In any way by pasting througUour farm;, without upKlal permit, except Tliltlng pr on builncia with uor those llrlng on our landi. Molators may expect p.osccullou to the extent oiUieltw. A. C CA1.J1A., A. M. VKLAND. IRWIN. BANIFOUU S0.lt all-cl- tber pcctal rates. lrli Arr. Winchester. IU thli roil will ivrelrt t Klchmond..., i Itowland Wire 1 40 am II 00 p 7 p iu .... np I 37 P in B IB pm 0 17 p in 4 28 pill ft 10 p m II if am II C .... ic, or wnto tttfie Agtnts of this Compiny Inr ratts, routes V. V. ATMOUE, (. P. AT. AKy. l.oulsTllle, , IllCtllUJJi. LltlnUJii., 6 3 pu 00 p 10 .... i ui p iu , 3 si p m ft Ot iu No. II 03 p so pm II iu p 00 p iu .,., in pir No. Hoitji-Boujc- No. lu 3 1 Ltc. I.lslngston... Arr. Klchmond ... . Lto. llowlandTT.M " Lancaster Arr. Klchmond f hmond ......1 Arr. Wlncheator Lto. Lexlugton Dr. E. Office J. Nickorson, " ItcreM i 00 a m TX II i3a .... ... G am 111 7 IA 9 03 Physician and Surgeon, at Central Hotel, Danville, Ky. ....II 01 a ra 1 I a in! a iu 00 am d ''' M... 25 p mi 7 0W ml 2 25 iu 8 (a a ml 3 25 a in ,, m 7 25 a W so .... .., VI t att pM ft Ilrcck-enrldg- e, woll-thumb- Piles imil FlBtiili. Periectly Cured. No Knlfo, Llgaturo or Caustlo Uflod. Treatment Mild, No Detention' From Business. Xo Arrslngton " Crnthlana .... Falmouth S lit !IUau 4 30 a mL M a m 3 58 p mi 5 54 pra 00 j . m' 8 48 pm 57pm MAYMVILI.E 1IHAK4JH. Ayer's Pectoral Swift's Specific NOITU-BOUM- Ex. Hun, Ex. Hun. Is tiature'aown remedy, made from roota gathered Lto CoTlngton..., wxington from the forests of Goorglt. The method by which " Paris from the ArrMlllarsburg It la made waaobUlnod by a half-brer- d " Carllila..... Creek Indians who Inhabited a certain portion of " Johnson Georgia, which was communicated to one ol th " MaytTllla early settlers, and.thua tbe formula has been handed down to tbe present day. The abore cut repBootii-Bophresents the method of manufacture twenty years ago, by Mr. C. T, Hwlft, one of tbe present propri 2 00 7 25 a in 130 8 20 a m 5 23 8 47 a in MB ft 10 10 OS a ra 7 07 10 SO a m 7 60 "Ko.i, iTIoTftir Dallr D.ll. pm pm pm pm pra pm pn niiu li 9 ! full-lengt- h Cnre Certain and Permanent. Cnre, Jfo Pay. No. Si 1 "NoTST Dally IMlly Ex. Hun. Ex. Bun . SEMI-WEEKL- Y Special Attontion also Given to Chronic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, etors. Tbe demand has been gradually Increasing Ltb MsTirllle ..... " Jonnsnn until a 1100,000 laboratory Is now necessary toiup-pl- y " Carllila Mlllersburg the trade. A foreign demand bu been created and enlarged facilities will be necessary to meet It. Arr Paris " Islington, This groat " CoTlngton ia. ..:?""' 45 a m 3 4Jpm ft 27 a m 8 28 p ra 7 20 a m 4 23 pm 7 48 a IU 4 47 Dm 8 15am 5 15pm n 6 10 ji til 11 o"w in b sb p ra .1 Courlrr-Jourui- L ry .... . .1.11-1- ... Mrvrv.Tp.ln. a -- n.l i -.w.. ..-- .. w.uv. 11117 naiwoeu win- As well as all Diseases peculiar to Women. C a n LeK,n?t(fn fnJ Coslngton; other tralnr Charges moderate. Dr. N. can be consulted free wawi'l UUUV4 ct'aKS of dharge and will be lound at his oflce at all Ulroct connections aro made at Wlncheilor with times lor the next three months, ChesanoakoAOhlo for Mt. Sterling, V nh.rln.tnn , ... V. -By normlMlon he refers to the following gen- Cancer, I'ntarrJi, Scrofula, Kczcinn, UN IIlinMni-tn- n u, r.H.iura cil. lea tlemen: J. H. Doiloy, (I. A. Lackey, 3. Irwin, cers, Itiienmatlsm, Itlood Taint, Fast Line: Not. 8 and 4 run rla WlaahMtar Stanford. Ky.; Judge Q. F. Lee, Tom Murphy. W . P. Temple, John M. Spoonamorn, Mtu Cook, Dan. Title, Ky.j Iter. J. A. Itogle, iluitonTllle: H. O. II,redltary or othrrwlie, without the uso ol Mer"' ' rt,"c,le,l andWisuingtoPro.C. Sutton, J. 8. Ilobluton, Lancaster. Ky.; Thai. II. cury or Potash, Through tlcktta and baggairn cbcckol to Walker, C. C. Chrlsman. Kirkullle, Ky.; J. S. Books on "Contagious Blood Poison'1 and "Wool destination reached by anJr Johnson, llryantirllle, Ky.; J. 1. Daniel, McKln-ne- y: t railroad. Ky.; W. II. .VII VU.K.1EV. J. Bosley, Lebanon, Ky., Oeo. Lew-I- s, and Skin Dltcaics" mailed free o.r.u.Muu.9t CampbelliTlllo, Ky.; A. A. McOlnnli, Bowling PasMngerAgout, For sale by all druggists, Tru. l'sas Green, Ky.; Ueo. Bohon, Judge J. W. Hughes, T' THK SWIFT 8PF.CIFIC CO , U W. SMITH, ' If, ?, 1C.''" ,,.,;,,' Itarrndaburg, Ky.jC. C. Shumate, McAfee, Ky. 29-bDr.iwir 3, Atlanta, On. 'Janorol Minnjer, N. V. 157 2W Kt. u, iU,,' Vegetable Blood Purifier ... i.iq .. '., ...11,..,".?' 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