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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885121501 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. V. - temr w 0 J? rvix.i i VOL-XIY-trm- v i' 9 flff ntrfio lonftmL i ,v STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1885. NO. 82, Santa Clausp Headquarters Grand Display of Appropriate and Useful Holiday Presents at the GREAT BARGAIN STORE. Such an Array has not been seen in Stanford lately and the Prices are so Low that the poor as well as the rich may buy. The remaining few days of the year we will offer WONDERFUL BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT Throughout the House, for CASH only. Don't fail to visit our store during the next two weeks. Come in the morning, if practicable, as we are generally so crowded in the afternoon; but come any time you can and we will do our best at serving you. Among our display you will find elegant Silk Handkerchiefs, all colors; Linen Handkerchiefs, fancy borders; Gents' Ties and Scarfs, Gloves. Hosiery; Child's Knit Jackets and Hoods, Jerseys, Linen and Lace Collars, Ruching, Cuff Buttons,' Fancy Pins, Albums, Accordians, Violins, French Harps, Dolls, Tops. Mechanical Toys, Work Boxes, Trumpets, Fancy Boxes, Birds, Dogs, Sets of Dishes, Soldiers, Sham Battles, Cooking Utensils, Row Boats, Baskets, Punch and Judy show. School for Scandal, and thousands of other useful and fancy articles. ME t&e floods ase to fee $M$ as it is not our rule to keep goods to look at Those coming first will find the Best Assortment to select from and avoid the great rush that always comes a few days before Christmas S. 5 jmi-ffiBctfilu I. Eemember we acknowledge no competition whatever. POWERS & CO., Promoters of Low Prices fop a!I Hon. William Berkele, of Garrard, has been appointed by Gov. Knott to fill the vacancy in the Bard of Commissioners of ei the People. .A. '0 The parrot are screaming, the dovtn are moving in a stately mlnust of ecstacy the cooing, tbe minara are whittling and name-l- while and all nature wear a saccharine feathered songttrrs of arc exe-tin- g aspect in the sugar season. their various trllle, chirp" or ebriek The roads are magnificent, there being TueatlnvM anU Friday according to the measure of their several abundauce of room, the bungalows have MU.OO IM311 A.NNUM. gift. The houee in eurrounded by forent acres and acres of spice finely planted. Oa one Hide, a sudden The station being an ancient one tne w to and fruit treee. W iq paid strictly In a4vne. have If step cfT, to the flit, that approach is a slug- trees are noble specimen. It looks like an vail nr llins, Sja.BO will be charted. gish river, two hundred yards away the English gentleman's park, on the whole W. P. WALTON. Kanant. survey; only substituting,lmangoe,""teak" First, a grove of mangoes guavAs or cu "toon," "sheeshum" and "sirrus" for oaks tard apples, right under our terrace, where elms and maples. "birds of every wiog"delight to congregate. From what our deat host asid at Lansandy stretch; then the river. Oa dour, we rather expected a hard time in Then a 'Praise t ha Lord. God is Lo veand Notb-in- g our Wts'ern front, we have nicely kept getting access to the soldiers, but have Use." been agreeably disappointed. Praise the gardens laid out by this "Hurra Sahib" tillABJEHANPORK, INDIA, Not. 3d, '65. commissioner who pays the bill, while we Lird. They are turning out nicely now We are about 100 Dkaii Interioh enjoy the overlook. To toe North, a noble and the officer in command has given perLucknow altncat dua North tulle from grave of aged mangoes, the "apple troe" of mission to go into the barracks to hold and got there from that citr tU the O. & Solomon eong, aa I firmly believe (that meetings. Isn't that glorious? If you R. R., which only need a big B. to make it the commontators are so puzzled to locate) knew how difficult of access a British milia Data-in- s tbV'UiUimore A Ohio." under whow shade are Uo ppotless "hill tary cantonment is you would say so too. qualm of "home alckneW corner oyer tent," where our host, turned out of house Of course this is a right exclusi venew. me m I write the (tmlliar title and remem- and home by the irruption of beloved Uuwiplin requires it. We are quite enber that uy 3 letter mean tha "Oude and gumts has his oflice in one, while Will couraged on the whole an to the favorable Rohllcund Railway " o diflerent and ao and he sleep in the other. The "girls'" outcome of the first "venture" on the far, "far nway" from the land of Manasseh. rooms (the orthodox Indian suite bed. plains. Admiration and amaziment grow apace, room, dreuing room and We have a second invitation to Futteh-gur) open 10 miles away, to begin when the at tho utridta Britlab. India hti made in oft trie dining room, while ours ditto the rllvajH, (ince my old, low day?, before sitting room. week is finished here; after which, wo know That was n rough the "mutiny," The city of 70,000 Is a ritle shot away, of nothing, hut trust to Lord, who does bat it demonstrated to cood John between the angle of the two email know, to keep us fully employea in the riven Hall, that rallwaya were a neceiwily. With the Kanant and the Gnrrn the junction bleeped service. I can't toll you what a hig indomitable energy, whence once arousbeing about 3J miles below. The united luxury it is to get regularly to work again. ed ho at once put his maitniGcent empire in streams fall into the larger Rim gunga 20 Though I don't think we, any of us, "rusta perfect network of them. miles further down and it in turn into the ed" at Landour, in our comparative inachost in 8idney Smith, Ki , mighty Gunga (Ganges) between tivity. I don't feel the least "creaky" in Oiir dir Kutteh- the joints in resuming preaching, every Supt. of IMiceinthe Shahjehanpore dis- gurh and Cawnpore. night. In fact I never enjoyed sweeeter trict. We met him at Landour, where he There'd a letcon In geography for you. my life in proclaiming the meshad a few week run, on leave. dear reader, that you will not find on the liberty in sage and "heaven is nearer and Chist is He is a znloua christian and we worked ordinary maps. Shahjehnnpore ueed to coming in the bo'pllnl there, toether-- ho bs a frontier town, just on the border of dearer" than ever before. afternoon, laden with every Suuday continued next t&3UE. Oude, but it has lost some of its impor of flower, plucked for the cick tance since the annexation of that fertile One Price Only. conservatofrom hU tnothei-inlaw'- a province. Yet it will always be a "centre" "Schentlemcns, schoost valk in and look soon sprung up, ry, k pleasant intimacy on account of thu ei v,diutly valuable dis- at dose vinter goots." leading to our Invitation to Shabjehanpare trict around it rich "How much is this overcoat?" in a'l the agricultural to preach to tho Scottish Rifle stationed products of its latitude. Tha 'Terventy tollars for dot overgoat, and inhabitants are chitflf Musselmens and rather a turbu- dot vas making you a bresent of dot over His wife and children are In England lent lot, but just now- - well uoder control. goat." and his bungalow was placed at our illepo"That's too high." ptiMA In orrnnv It. flo The Station church Is filled with pathetic " u "v ""Ml 101 ri the memorial tablets and 'brawes" bringing "I dells you Mishter Gilhooly, I have to here'we are, In answer to this call from mind the maesacre of the Sepoy rebellion only von brice, I never drades. Choost Lord, as we came to esteem u. ado i am of '57. This was rather a bloody centre, rend dot sign on der vail 'Fixed Prices.' " writing this in the beautiful double room "O, that means you fix the prices to suit at that time and the scene of shocking f Mil nrettv bunealow, in the cool euly atrocities. In this part of India tho muti- yourself. Twenty dollars is too much." morning, surrounded with sights and sounds "I believe you heard me yen I tole you I ny fire burnt hottest and there was a large eminently oriental. had only von price, terventy tollars." proportion of helpless out stations that fell Tam in the bow of the Eastern room "It's not worth ssven and a half," easv proy to the murderous hordes that Is joined to It with a great an The Western Mose Schaumburg, eagerly: "Vill yer dlslng swarmed over the land, after the thing got arch. This is the sitting; that the Sittings. give dol?"-Te- xas of reeds under full headway. Afe miles one of room. "Morabs" and sofas, built the largest sugsr refiner In India is loca-tecovered, are The "bang" is doomed. London women or rattan and calico or chlnli and girls who make up fashionable society ..Hr,d around liberally -- wnter anu the The Row works are well Ceilings known here have entirely abandoned the bang and all colors adorn the buff walls. away. Plenty of sugar cine, therefore, it style of wearing the hair down on the In helgnt. orthodox 20 foot flutteiing its Bet'oo. The small boy sucks it; the forehead. They brush their hair straight The eeivanta In their white In and out "children of a larger growth" do not dis- back, showing the whole of the forehead garments nnd gay turbans tel stealthy fashion, dain i: the elephants delight in it, munch-- and temples, knot it very carelessly on the after their gliding nolsleM, thtirswiet ritlons day nd nicht with very top of the head, and wear it without round laDie lor ureaKiaai, in propping bo jgretl hwU nMln: aiil iioiir?i - Iw tho filnst suspicion of a curl or crimp, room. the Western nlt riorounral 'nil'' GEO. O. BARNES. the Kentucky Institution for Deaf Motes caused by the death of Hon. J. II, Bruce. A most admirable selection. 'Squire Berkele is a frietd of our charitable institu lions, and during his legislative career advocated a liberal support for the unfortunate children of the Comtnonweath. Dinvllle Advocate. LIST OF KEPT BY It is seldom that a document has issued from the Executive so full of information and instruction for the people. The mes sage is a safe, clear, conservative paper, and, upon the whole, is an able State docuY. World (Dem ) ment.-N After all some of our proverb are pretty correct, "It is better to make hay while the sun shines " It would be very awkward going out after dark and trying to hold a candle nnd swin a scythe at the rame liuie. Bucken's Arnica Salve. ThebeitSalvo In the world lor Cuts. Bruises Sorw, Salt Itbcuiu, Fever Sores, Tetter, Cbapped llauds, Chilblains, Corosi anj all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. I, Is guaranteed to give perfect satlsfictlon, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by lVnuv A McAlUter. An Old Citizen Speaks. Mr. J, M. Morris, an oil citizen of Rome, Oa. ays tbat be bad been badly troubled with Kidney Complaint for a great many years and with Eczema for threo years; at times could scarcely T. R. WALTON. 'umqSiog 8J oolite 'SOUllJJ U0XT3 's;utfsT.m;3 v GOODS GOOD! PEICES LOW! N. O. Sugar, N. O. Molasses, Pure Maple Syrup, Layer Raisins, Seedless Raisins, Oranges, Figs, Nuts, Ala-ljuat- bath-room- h, 'suoraorj 'SllllTJOOOQ walk, and bad tried many remedies without benefit, before be began taktog Electric Ultters and anointing bis bands with Ducklen's Arnica Salve, Tbls treatment afforded blm great relief and be itrongly recommends Electric Bitters to all wbo suffer with Kidney Complaints or need a Blood Purifler. Bold by Penny A McAIUter. Most Excellent. Chief of Police, Knosvllle, Tenn., writes.- - "My family and I are beneficiaries of your most excellent medicine, Dr. King's Mew Discovery for Consumption; having found It to be all tbat you claim for It, desire to testify to ttt virtue. My friends to whom I have recommended It praise It at every opportunity." Dr. King's Mew Discovery for Consumption Is guaranteed to cure Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup and every affection of the Throat, Chest and Lungs. Trial Bottles Freoat Penny A McAlister'a Drug Store. Largt site. tU boil-riue- ti J.J. Atkins, -- Positive Care for Piles. the peopleoi this county we would say tbat we bavo been given the Agency of Dr. Marchisi's Italian Pilo Ointment emphatically guaranteed to cure or money refunded Internal, External, Blind. Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price SOc a box. For sale by Penny A McAIUter, Druggists. to Daughters, Wives and Mothers, guarantee Dr. Marchisi's Female Remedy, t cure Female Diseases, such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulceration, Falling and Dlsplacemeat or bearing down felling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Change ot We empbstlcally Llfe,Louchorrba-i- , besides many weaknessessprlng-ln- g from the above, like Headache, Bloating, Spinal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, Palpitation of the Ueart, Ac. For sale by Drug- Hominy, Shredded Oats, Buckwheat Flour, N.Y. Cream Cheese, 'SaI930EJ;3 Tea Cakes, Grated Cocoanut, 'pjsnj And Freshest, pa;09i8g seg Stock of SpOOf) pOUUTJQ To be Found aaiaqAiifuy Delicious 'uouraioQ Fancy and saipiiBQ ipitOaT LOTS OP STAPLE GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, &c. n gists. Prices SI and tl SO per bottle. Send to Dr. J. B. Marchlsl, Ullca, K. V., for pamphlet, freo. For sale bv Penuy A McAlistcr. Drujglsts. At fair prices to Cash or Short-time Prompt-payin- g Customers. DANHLLE, BOYLE COUNT T. The postmaster general his reduced money orders one third. for foreign Haas & Handman are now killing 1, J4Sbm B McCreary, who waa the William E. Hooper, the great manu- 000 turkeys rer day, and shipping them to Kentucky Hooee of Raprit Speaker Qf.w facturer &t eottaa duck, died at Billlraore, Boston and New lork. four years and has aaade a study December IB, IW5 Ky He employed 1.500 SUnford, aged seventy-threMr. J. R. Downs, of Chattanooga, and of pari amentaiyorgantattion and procedure. people. Mies Lily Woods, of New Orleans, are to the amendments ii of the opinion that with -- ANDIt has been shown that jdit be married Jan. 20th. Dr. Fayette Dun- now under way the rules of the National W. P. WALTON. in Ian and Mis Lettle Craig are to be atten the counties in Kentucky fifty-nin- e Home of Representatives will be superior. number are pauper counties, that is, their dants. Mr. Downs' former home wis la to the rules governing any other legislative Oob next two .'sues will be double onoa body in the world. He thinks that even expenditures exceed their revenue. The Danville and Miss Woods spent the paat Wall Fnper, Mouldings, Pictures and Picture Frames. A Largo Stock nud a is summer here, the guest of Miss Mttte in order to accommodate our CarUtmai ad the rules of the last Congress compare fa- segregate expenditures above revenue Fine Astortment always on hands. from the re- Fisher. $210,222 40. The net revenue vertiaera without encroaching on our read-n- g vorably with the rules of the British paying counties, is Tbe primary election for county officers French Corpi Legislatif. maining, or revenue be larger or of the column. Both editions will uvnii nv BTHUiMANDMecea of Wall Paiwr tab onutJ Jinn. i.t $838.34434 was held on Saturday and the vote is now 'amendments are seeded. Fifir - "But," said he, than usual, making them the more valna(Mini, Men'. OIII.Ao --The late Wm.H.Vanderbllt lived in beine counted, so it is not known who are dKrerentdtsJjnisnap.tterpi'fromtheebv.peittotb.fine.l-V.lTe- li, and icAdy for tb.w.ll or put oath wal. 1 haTsbo.ijht them to The affaire of this country are growing, .ill Bi you need not look fur. a $5,000,000 house. The doors at the main the nominees There is one thing, however, ther for lower iirlcos. ble to the advertiser. Those intending to and the legislative machinery of even a entrance coat $20,000. The bed and bed- it would not be inappropriate to remark opportunity 'will few years ago does not meet with the ake adrantage of the slept, that we of Bovle county and especially of No fifteen members ding on which the modern Crrcius of communicate with ua at once and learn Us owned government of Danville, quit bellowing about TEMrKit. ctpable of doing properly cost $20,000. of the House are rates, which are very low. bonds to the amount of $60,000,000, the ANcr. AND MonAUTV, alter the wholesale all the work that has accumulated on the interest on which waa $2 872,000 per year. use ot money and whisky Saturday and for The Superior Court Judges are laying hands of the Appropriation Committr e." It Is calculated that with his other wealth weeks before. their wires for a ontinuance of its axis--. VOTE OF CURRENT EVERTS, his Income was $2S,000 per dav, $1,200 an with the proviso tence. It wan orcniid Hon. J. S. Van Winkle was in Casey Wo liavo tried tho credit business thourough-l- y iht It wan to eznlre at the eud of four and Uusell counties last week and Hon. The plurality of Gov. Hill, of New hour, or nearly $20 a minute. evening The President said the other and wo don't like it. Wo think wo know yearn, but it is too good a thin for the of York, wbich has just been declared, is 11,-1- 34 J. W. Alcorn, of Stanford, was in Boyle to a friend: ! will sign no approprialicn county on Friday. Fences in both cases. fice eeekera and holders to let it go at the whon wo havo enough of anything, and henco them. When Mesari. Sitnl. G. IluUn and Charlei R end of its time without an iffort to make The Labor Federation will,endevorto bills until I have examined it perpetuil. Judge R'.charJa thinks it an have the 8 hour law go Into general effect I put my name to a document I want to McDowell, department clerks at Wishing on and absolute necewity and claims that his May 1 1880. know what is in it. I will not have a pis- ton City, are at home on a visit. Hon M ! that if I J. Durham, First Controller nf tho Tie-ury- , views are worthy of higher consideration Emll Frey, tho 8wIm 'Minister to this tol put to my head with tho threat Blgn at oaco the cotiotrr is ruined. because he will not be a cindidite for will spend the holiday in Danvlllr. country, was given a reception by his don't When they first tried thin on me at Alba- Prof. J, II Johnson, of the D.-a-f Mute Io even in the event of its continucountrymen at Cleveland. ny I told them I would first consult my etitute, and Mr. Jas, Kinnalrd, who hve ance, lie saya that the Court of Appeals Banreaentative Seney, of Ohio, will Wo .will soil goods Is 1,000 cwa behind and can nover catch to re- wife about it, and after that tkey did not been very ill, continue to Improve. Rev at the torst opportunity a bill try it again," up, a very pV.cnt fact when ills considered peal the civil service law. P. T. Hale, of the Biptist church, and hl The Court of Appeals in the can of bride, formerly Mies Blioger, of Majfuld, thateomoof its members rarely everaf-ten- d Th number of mile of new railroad were built this year is 2.G39, exactly the number Charles Brut-ba- ck vs. Commonwealth, nf are expected home to day. Thev will have for which the to the burine firmed the sentence of 17 years to the peni- rooms at the Ciemen House. Col. John elected. The Superior Court ought to go for the whole of last year. in Coan, of Stanford, was in town Friday on and the Appellate Judges be required to at Senator Edmunds has been - ehoaea tentiary for the killing of Bin. F. Webb, Winchester, on January 20 last. The fol his way to Georgia, where he will spend tend to their duties. Chairman of the republican Senatorial cau lowing paragraph of Judge Holt'a opinion the winter. Miss Nannie Barbee haa re MAVon Reed, of Louisville, waa fined cus, vice Sherman, reigcei. brother of H. C. ion in the ewe is worthy of extract: "It turned after a visit of aeyeral months to Dr. Was. Gann, $25 and reprimanded by Judge B. H. was, so far as there was a quarrel, a mutual friends in Iowa and Chicago. Mr. J. H. Thompson, for fighting on the fit'reet with Gann, of this county, died at Somerset last one. resnltlnz frem drunkenness, the pro- - Divis is now manufacturing a good article Wharfmaeter Kleiner and the latter was week of consumption, aged 42. ' Forty Servian soldiers, who mutilated lifio source of crime, and the most of our of toilet soap ai well as his standard laun mulcted to the tune of $25 without the dry 6oap. themselves to ayoid military eeryice, have reprimand. Mr. Reed planked down the Wo know this will meet with the approval A musical entertainment, interspersed expressing peoitesce been shot br order of .King .Milan. QARRAHB C0UNTY DEPARTMENT. money at pnea after of a great many of you who jroer paying tho with recitations, waa given at tbe chapel of The taiiest mm in Washington Terand promising to do so no more. The reLancaster. Hulchiwn. He stands sevCaldwell College Friday night, the attenform Mayor seems to have fallen in hard ritory is John cash, nud to thoso who have been running acMr. Wm. Baker and Miss Mary Jarvie dance was large and the performance much hnea. When he first went into office'hV en feet four inches In his stockings. were licensed to wed last Thursday. waa enjoyed by those present. The following counts wo will say that we will offer such exJohn Alexander, a praises were sang on all sides and a Jew Col. W. O. Bradley has post poo ed his was the programmes-Pia- no admirers wanted him to hanged at New Orleans Friday, fte pro traordinary inducements iu trip to Hot Springs indefinitely. Mm. B. forte Duet "Ungarische Tanxe," be governor of the State at once, but bis tested Jais.innooense with .his last breath. M. Burnett is visiting her parents In Ger- Brahms Master Willie S. Montgomery, Washington has been selected as the conduct since has not strengthened his man town. Miss Ritchie. on the contrary there is hardly cite of the monument to Gen. Grant, to be boom, .There is on exhibition at Thompson's Recltatfon-'T- oo Late" Miss Saund- Graad Army of the Repub- left'one so poor as to do him honor."' Bfit erected by the jewelry house a beautiful hand painted, That you will find it to your out of the kJpks tIB. to borrow we hops to see him come u ! .t.-.. 4.r. ' An euori u oeiag msae 10 nave wjd-gre- cresca pure mirror, paim i a uy anwo" Piano forte Solo "Le Dernier 8onni," yet, tho money;, if you havu't Walker. The Wolienhaupt Mies pittie Ytiw. pass a bill to prohibit the mailing of HaJlie Welsh and Minnie Jel with us. V(k are glad to observe that the Knights dWgn.is original with the young ladle newspapers containing .lottery advertiseCalistbenic Drill. Wo know this is a uew departure in Stanof Labor have passed resolutions condemn and is certainly a Terr striking one. The Miss Ritch Piano forte Solos-Sele- cted log tho use of the "boycott" on ever little ment u ' ' ford, but wo believe) that all of you who pay ' ' a faculty of 184 members to isiirror ia 16 be raffled for $75. is. It takes real or landed Grievance. It should sot The Phi Gamma Society of Garrard Recitation -"- The Organ Builder" -- Mlsa instruct the 1,662 students of Harvard your debts will help us in carrying this out, A few discontented be permitted at all. Tnijerslty, or about one teacher for every Female College gave an open session at the Craig. employees, often worthless and Irresponsiaudi-enc- e College last Friday evening. A large Intermission. Jn Boiling for cash we will save several thousnine men. ble, are allowed to injure a man's business, V as present. The programme'conslat-e- d &arry Morgan, nephew of the late Piano forte Solo ''Danse Rutique," Dr. because he docs not chooBe to run it to and dollars a year in hire of book keepors, bad of recitations interspersed with musio Mason Miaa Mattie Ltpsley. and hjs messenger at the suit them, by agreeing not only to refuse to Vice President, 111 because he Is &c. The College paper was edited and Recitation "Christmas at the Qaarters" been discharged debts, &c, and in order to make our new syspatronize him themselves, but to witbold Capitol, has read by Mise Carrie Woods. It was not Mi Siunder. br trade from any a democrat. their aid, countenai.ee tem popular, we proposo to give our customerg his sold but consisted chiefly of "give aways." Piano forte Silo "Mary Jane." appointed Senator Blackburn In this free country Jt one who does. The Owsley rifles have struck a bad Piano forte Solos a. Fantasie, Etude-Aria- , BepbewJbjb private secretary. Ech Senaseems to us that if a man does jipt choose tho benefit of this saving and more, too. Wo from "Don Pasquale," arranged for is allowed one and he gets $6 per day streak of luck. The Slate says it wont to work for another, he can quit as there tor ! is no money at pres- the left hand alone uniform them as there 6. "Home Sweet during the seeaion. propose to make you a saving of from 10 to 25 is no law compelling Mm to do so, instead ent for such purposes. It looks as if the Home," Op. 72. 8. Thalber. The body of a man, who hai been of trying to break him up or force him to per cent, on all goods bought from us. We Ma. Peter C Fox, third son of Judge identified as D. J. Judd, of Green County, boys will have to come up with the' filthy terms. wrs found In the Ohio river under the lucre if they expect to sport any brass but- F. T. Fox, died at tbe home of bis father will "cut" prices to such an extent that no ono If the boys fail to get relief it will not bridge at Louisville. tons. Sixteen member of the military on Sunday morning at 2 o'clock of chronic be the fault of our esteemed Congressman, who UY8 and sells on a credit can meet them. Of the million of dollars that Vander- - company are to give a Ziuave drill at an brsin trouble. Deceased was a lawyer by Hon. James B. McCreary. Congress is just gives to charity, $200,000 goes to Van entertainment on New Year's evs. They profession, but has cot practiced much Wo wish right hero to thank those who have a week old and yet he has preicnted bills bilt derbilt University at Nashville, the rest to will appear in true Ziuave costume and a since 1872, when be loot a leg by railroad for the relief of John S. Boswell, of Andertreat for the bald neade is promised. accident. He was born in Somer-e- t in Ml, public institutions in New ork. given us their very liberal patronage in tho L. son county; for the relief of Silas Adams, reared in that place and Stanford until his Pendleton, The friends of Geo. H. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. late Quartermaster First Kentucky Caval past and ask tho privilego of roturning the fa. parents removed to Danville. He was a Minister to Germany, deny the recent ma ry; for the relief of Charles R. Allen, Managed 6 Jno. B, Fish. graduate of Centre College of the clissof licious rumor that he is disiaticfied with vor by sollitig them goods CHEAPER than county; for the relief of Alderson Winter seems to have set in in earnest 1852 and waa practicing law in New Orand contemplates an early realgna' Keene, Lieutenant First Kentucky Cavalry; hispt this morning. thoy havo ever bought them before. lion." leans when the war broke out. Joining for tho relief of John S Kendrick, of 'Pa-luAt J. Bonar's sale near Brodhead, last Scott's famous Louisiana (nvalry, he was James O'Neill, who was recently execounty; for the relief of the Trustees high appointed Adjutant and afterwards promoto the gal Thurtday, stock of all kinds brought of the Baptidt church at Crab Orchard, and. cuted at Downieville, Cal., went prices. Ooe hone went for $153 ted to Mijor. He was with his command lows with a cigarette in his mouth. Thia, for the relief of W. F. Scott, Surgeon Jess Roberts and a man named Soard during Gen. Brgs occupation of Ken however, was not the ofiense for which he Kentucky Volunteers. are being tried this morning for a little tucky, led the advance at the battle of was banged. Ltxinciton editors are unfortunate in ' Vanderbilt gives $10,000,000 each to his fieht thev cot into at J. Binar's sale Thurs H chmond and ensaged in much other act their fights. They seem to always come 8 children, one million to chsrity and the day. ive service. He spent the paat Summir in Jas. Honk bought of Leanderl Houk New York and was taken sick there. He out second best. The fellow Kieth, whose remainder of his estate to Cornelius and of land, known as the connection with the Maguire bonds is came to Danville two week ago in charge W.K. Vanderbilt with no break in his about lr0 acres with suspicion, ponnced on Mr. railroad stocks. Chestnut farm. The price paid was about of hia brother, Mr. C. C. Fox, and for a CaaalwiiaboKriurcd by Ton, II you art competent Khorthauit lfWi-- . Thia vaii ma. h. romo iu a lew motilhi, at TMjrUttJipD, by leilog Ut Fleming of the Drummer because he crititime seemed to improve, but on Saturday Edward O'Neill, a prisoner, charged $20 per acre. cized hiu acts, and got away with him in a A few of our merchants will tell tbeir mornine it waa seen that he was worn; tUiorlliHud IiiHtlf ute Ht LoalHTlUe. Nnakvllle, Toiin, before the United with counterfeiting through these columns whit from that time he continued to sink, until few rounds. These affairs develop one fact While Hhortband and Trpcwrllloi eUltni our ole ailtntlon our itudealtcsn rrrvlr lb varr brit States Court at Covington, attempted to es customers way of Christmas goods in lumon in innaiAnaiur, UIT1IMKT1C sod and that is that the editors of the Blue cape (really reduced rat, ifjou an apparently painless death closed his can not como to ua, and was shot they have in tbe from the court-rooGrass Capital do not break the law in re the next two issues of this ptptr wbich earthly career. He haa regarded Louisville dead by Deputy Marshall Day, Wo Can Teach You by Mall an TlieroKRli. gard to concealed weapons, or some bloody will be double size. Those who knew as hia home since 1 80S At Payne's depot, Sam Lewis, colored Bob Thompson, of Gtrrard county, is him cut throat might get his deeert. Ktnd for Circular! Io J'rofcascr H. A. JULE, Principal Shorthand Imlllule. Addm htm eltbti him as a very intellectu dunned another colored man named WilatftasBTllle, Trun., or LouUvlllr, It j,wblchYer U tbo local coaienleat point for your- In thia place. Eld. John If Judge Jackson's decision that a Com- liam Rhodes for tweaty-fir- e al man, a true friend and an honorable gencents, when visiting relatives monwealth's Attorney taj the power to dis- the latter drew his postol and shot the for- Bell Gibson, of Stanford, spent Sunday tleman The funeral will take place tonight up here. There ssems Io be consid- day at 2 o'clock r. M. omies or postpone an Indictment, is the cormer through the head killing him insta - erable attraction for him up thia way. atrect interpretation of the law, that offiear ly. Legal Puiuseolociy. If a man would, E. C. Walton, Business Manager of tbe In Forepaugh's winter quarters, at can virtually usurp the prerogative of the according to law, give another an orange, Governor, who alone has the right to grant Philadelphia, a lion escaped from its cage Ihtjemok Journal, was in town this morn- instead of saying, "I give you that orange," MERCHANT TAILOIi. pardons under the law. It is too big a and attacked an elephant. The struggle ing. He wears a smiling countenance just which one would think would be what ia was terrific for a few moments, when the the tame as if business was very brisk, He thing for the average attorney, who seldom called in legal phraseology "an abiolut; con 1 hare received and itlllrecelTint Jails to have a money consideration for elephant ran his tuiks clear through the will be with ua again during Circuit Court. veyance of all right and title therein" the who murdered J. F. Wells, the man such matters. Besides it is unfair to the lion. phrase would run thuf: "I give you all and In a divorce trial at Nashville, brought Chestnut in Kansas, last October, and wbo clerk and other officers, who are thus left singular my estate and inteieal, right, title wife against a old haa been in j ail at Malcomb, III., hia home, byfa 10 year-ol- d out in the cold for their costs. Compritlog tbt boat in the market, wbich will be and claim, and advantage of, and in that hueb.iud, the girl refuted to testify against has been trying to kill himself by opening Mil. McPjieksoh has presented in the orange, with all Ha rind, skin, juice, pulp Qotton declaring she an artery with the tooth of a comb. He sara Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Nono in City or Country. Senate the resolutions of the New Jersey him when she took the stand, ami pipe8, and all richt and advantage loved him, and that her mother bad com- he would ratber die at hia home near his Legislature suggesting the establishment of Giro Me n Trln!. therein, with full power to bite, cut, suck pelled her to bring the suit. friends than ba taken back to Kansas. Abe ga penal colony io Alaska for life time jcon-'vicand otherwiaj cut the same, or give the IRTTIPI-E-S- rHC. Thoms G. Morrow, editor of the Chestnut, a brother to J. F. Caestnut, ht s eime away, as lully and electuary Such a law teems to ua to be almost ai j, Gazette, has beeu arrested, gone out to see that the murderer is proie-cute(imperative, considering the great and grow- Washington said A. B, am now entitled to biie, cut, At the time he waa murdered THEling' diovo of such cattle, and Congreea charged with conspiracy in procuring the suck or otherwise eat tbe same orange, or Rrj'uul appointment of a Clerk in the Agricultural CheUnut had about $500 in cash, which he mid would do a who thing to prov.de for the the same away with or without its LOUISVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE. in Kin- - five ftfrutton. colonizttion, wherejthe convicts could eirp Department, who performed no work, but had j'ist received for a land claim rind, iiice. pulp and pipes, Anything here eas. his salary over to .Morrow. 'their living, with the prospect of greater turned tofore or hereafter, or in any other deed Martin B. Pope, of Fayette county, "righ'tHittiMild theirconduottderorve them. An editor of a certain newspaper of this or deiids, instrument or instruments of what joop.KwfiirK, Jjuon-nannanianinip, utollcg, Arllbuiollc. ic. It I tho only Pa , I a man thoroughly disgusted with State was mirried not lon ago His pa g nature or kind soever to the contrary In College Iu tlila section wherctn B. Ghatz Brown, who had served his taught ai liooka aro kept by tbe Leal Ii a &ud himelf. He was a candidate for Poor D- .- per came out last week with tho following any wiso notwithstanding." N. Y ObState a a toldlrf, governor 'and, Senator, bank'rt, and a thoioagu practical knowledge of account glren. Hat the U'jc't and Ut arranged rector at the last election and was defeated warning to would bo beneJicts: "Bjware server died at hit home hear St. Louts, Mo , Sun-ds- by one vote, himself 'casting the deciding of the mild eyed timlu creature, who i ho rooms of anr Colloi In the Vftst. Tbomandaot auc;cful graJmtn tcitlfy to the atxjr. (Iradu Hged OOyeirs. He will be especially Io tbe Congress just convened at Washballot outvdf'cotirtu)y for hi opponent. easily frightened during the bliwful court- ington there are two Adamses, two Allen', atcibare no tioubjolu obtaining gooJ.ltua.tloG". Call or add reu Kineiubtrt-m the candidate for Vice Dr. F. O, Young and T. Logan Hock ing days; she will be the raging lUre-afa pair of Andenton, n brace of Ureckec-bridgPresident on ,tbe unfortunate Greeley ticko. Collogo, er bad a fi,-h-t over tbo Lixtngton Asylum ter marriage and wield the broom-jticet, fnr1872. He was a Kentuckian by birth, investigation, but unfortunitelv neither n tiio of Browns, a quartet of Cor. Third and Jellenon, LOUISVILLE, KV. wonderful power for one so with being n, son of the late Jade Mason Campbell, two Davidnon', two Gibsons, bat HocKer was hurt. Young claimed Bqlletin. fBrown. ' two Jacl-eon- e, three Henderaona, two Jone-.c" Uril Ii. IC in t)e-lhad furnished him some points against Dr, r ii it clan .1 A.T la mo3t right just where n Johnston, a piir Tne message two Johnson and Ifuiriivs ol h v'.m Tub fchnme devised by Mr. Morribon to Cbenamlt, .which the latter pronounced a '"' TO IIAV fi tivu. l unlxitil uu.ru. mf e of O'Xeillp, a Rjed and a Reid, two Stone his party is inoit wrons, and hia btst Masonlifjinier's Haflimtoi.. (., t.vi distribute the appropriation Vills among a lie and tbo mill began. f (.use i .,, V ., .vutniv 'ruos. i juat that which ia least likely to bj and four Taylor. The Tnoumcs go in ' ' OrrosiTR number of the committees was adopted by t The Supreme Court of Ohio has hii.rai Hie w foUoweJ.-- N. Y. Tribune (Hep.) lie p ,i.la An I n l.'i pairs, and ho do the Wards, tbe Weaver, rteii Ce. the committee on rules and will be reported Ci!ul irmnirf iiM i,t tu,j DANVILLE. - - - KENTUCKV, the decision o( tbe Hamilton-count(inc.. iht. m the Witrne r" and the Whites. 'to the Home. Mr. Randall will fight it A. L. svilTII It contains no pregnant thought of Circuit C)urt and nwarda the certificates Mpal.nroiurYe.l at all hou-t- . (lame alwa o:i Unit,, Tl from tho jump, but, it is paid, will have his of Ibe election to the democratic Senatois statesmanship, no conspicuously original A million dollars, it u paid, will weih hand and In Its npitson. nyitcri frcah fllh. and aim- B.lly lr i.'rUu I'll, r til lilt. nd on abort liar dellcncpserT(Ml In all atylei . trouble for his piins. and Representatives elect. JTbe republicans idea, nonewiBaue to inspire discission in 11 tons in gold, 25 tons in subaid.uy silver notice. Look out fur tbo lgn "Woolbtco Ilutau-nuit- " an J tall when you are hunsr', nmv lxi majwity lu tbe L)i(!a1.v Onsrw and amount; the psoula fN. Y. ciin, 21f tons in stnndard silver ooin, and Cha. Toombi, at (ieorgia, is thought to wi'l UH have i r, ', JIAHONHitlJlHlt A' Ky. TWI? DADnn iuiiiTiiruM.itcomon. fllo nt Ooo.r.nirntl powi-- foundwin uro-- Aiiluu ion) in uionel. .vi.wiii ,iii rvii n will bj very slight. be dying, litinrllle, ture but it Sun(l)en).) luetrucu may tAjmaJo for K IN NEW VOltlw iiil The yfe-Jilngt- IVsi says that Repre-seatatl- ve fees" B. K. WEAKEN,. ,., e. one-hal- Dealer In Furniture I Par-Itame- nt y. To The Public, . a (0 o I, i 0 ft CASH EXCLUSIVELY. FOR ! 0 H blood-sheddin- c se .3t j.. ipost t,o Q A 0 i n 1 BRIGHT METCALF. Well Paid Employment! Iy., er BOOK-.KEl'lN- H. C. RUPLEY, 17-ye- NEW GOODS FOK PALL &WINTER C -- j, iypo-wrllin- book-k-r- r, es, ' k Louisville Bryant Stratton Business frail"--Mavsvil- , , ii e, ad-vic- Restnurnnt 1 COUBT-H()03- K (pari n't w-- d:. r $mi-39cekl3ntMoroiu- niil Wanted. Two hundred bushels Irish potatoes. Bright A MMealf. December 15, of "Lift" will be the subject discussed by the old C. O. Hotel in Elder J. Bell Oib-oat Christian church has done some artiu o n a few days. Hal work rn the build Stanford, Ky, E. O. WALTON, 1885 pair warranted, at tbe Model Grocer ft" Chjubtjias goods now open at the "Mod Bualnena Manager. el Grocery," consIsttnK of novelties in China, anil fllaajrrar. Nickel plated scissors all flies, everjr l.tft. Etpreaatraln" it LOCAL TIME CARD. Mill train lotui North Booth, " Houth... .,... ........... t M . 3 .... flora., a home and lot near the woolen fao ...u x. S3 aim. ...... 1 is r. lorr for $950 cub, OS r.x. J. K. ALrotiD bought of Bright & Met-cal- f A.M. eaJeuUtsd oa standard Urn. Holar 'toslJ aIoui M mlaoles hiUr Tbr.jQTol - At a special term of the county court jetlerday Mr. Jesse P. Hi fie qualified as ad minlstrator of John B. Cabbsll, with Mr. Geo K IT and Mr. W. D. Stage as sureties. LOCAL NOTICES. Make your church a Christina: present WAlbHW and Jewelry repaired on short of a handsome communion set. I hare n notice and warranH by Penny A McAlls- nice line of there sett in best alsver plate in stock at $20 to $10. Thompson, The JewLAND, STOCK AND CROP BOY the Haaa'lloii lieoiedy, the orlicl-a- t eler, Lancaster. " voa AMoAl and only genuine, from Penny Big lot of It at T. R. Walton's. Milk Better Than Brandy Dr; A Washinglon, Philadelphia and ter. William Beck sold to Btn Robinson Causior, in the The msgnlGcent sleigh rattled br Bright snnual report of the R y A COMPI.CTB Mock of Jewelry, latat Now York. Kockford watches a specialty. Pen- A Cirran at $1 each for 05 chances, was 17 head 1,110 pmnd Wayne county cattle al Edinburgh Asr on "r insns, write, style. &S'. Tfift The only line running won by F. J. Currati. Owsley A Craljr at 1 cents. ny A McAHstfr "The gre iter tnt I house, one o the beat and bmt locations In Sts" were so near him that it took M-- j. ' Banks Mrs. Annie Wallace's farm of 72 tend more ;.n.rWr,r.0C?l,p.7 "ater A Lytle, It PULLMAN SCW SLEEPING CARS b' for In siihstitutn milk for tuni had for a leria of Teart If deilred. PERSONAL. with his microcopo to deride the matter. Call soon. acres in Fay e tie sold to John Simpson at lanls. In , b th of ilrern rer' toi'eci-'--Dec. . VAXAItSOALK. $7575 per acre; hogs brought ?! and corn sion in-- l mtniicsl fx.tltitri.fir-- , Mr H 0. HkUCE, ofShelbins, Mo., is SOLID wiert No un.VKMra ppnrlng yesterday, the $1 06 per barrel. FROM n tisIi. here on working of the brii i eiili isp examining trlrl ol Henry Hall for shootini G. W. G. G Hamilton ,has just closed out bis idly io Louiiville, Uincinnati & Lexington, Kv Mkh U (in ik Hockek hss cone to th! exhaust the strn tH, I re y Richard Morton was continued till next to Washington Oity, tobneco crop of 1881 of 120,000 pounds, at BoTleto Tislt relatiTM more an d more on milk an I egi mule in Has REMOVED bis office to that of Judre Philips Friday. Thin is one of the many shooting Connecting in the same dejot with cents psr pound. an arersue nf 12 10 is ilte on Lancaster street, opposite Miw Sauua I'kwmisi.ton Ijq'tid the Oi'it -- lie l n that hare ncrurrrd at the north end of Ml. Sterling Sentinel. Fast Trains for Now York. Boarding Philip nick, wr are snrr to ata' eiitv p'nts of m 'k 'id ix n He msy t atfound at XunnelleyV.. n rae Mrwl, Mountain Tunnel, where fiends deal The Direct Bon to to Kims e his oOce or rojms at all hours bought a carload of nice R II Crow Mil II. C ItlTLiY stid Mis Maud out damnation Illegally. Lj nebbing. Dh,itI1I, Norljlk and all Virginia eggs daily for ihree mourn mid r cered eiopt when professionally abunt. and North droll ua i'oluts. Southern mules from Wakefield A Hudson under llupley hs itone to IUikstllle, I thi trettmn i il he For tickets and- - lurther Information, apply to RcmeLI, Cwrt wis done up in short or and shipped them in charge of Col. Cowan. would Kiikmn, ot Alum 8prio(s, Miss Kate nearest tictet W.Monunder an? other Look Out hae erer don I PaMeDger Agent, roe, For New Miltinervl yourlle. I'relght anoffice or ad.lrcas W. Lexington der. Only one msn was tried for felonr, They cost frpm $130 to $150 He was almost dead on ndminion, actually Wis tbe Kuet of Mrs. (Irorno II. Bruce. Ky. List year's crop of dark and heavy DmrilU's wortly John Smith, white, burglary, and he was Mk G T. Hei-m-, delirious, absolute! sUep'es, and verr ON OR ABOUT O. W. NTIITil. II. W. FOLLKB, APRIL THE FIRST Oeu'i Mansr, is quoted in Louisville at 1 to 13; Oen'l t'su'r Ag't. was hire yester- girtn two yesrs in the penitentiary. His canssrrstor of the piarr, nesrlr pulseless " e?MiCitU'l'r,Dg'Jnewin(Jllot Bicbmond. Virginia. desirable slook of Millinery brother went for one for the noib otTense hurley at II to 24; this year's crop for tbe .. day. to .stinh.H u. , are Judte Mike OwsUy, whom trie Sanftrd Umera ao itwell .rm..iLi olau .l i I .tU Pt before, Mr and Mrs. John Metoau-- of lat Court. We learn this from Dick War- former 3 to 8 and or tbe latter 3 to 0 .. aDyInterior Journal tars has erred the for in r;;.;:r'. il. ninrinn eevttoa .. .om"- --' tine are with their son, Mr. ren, who is greatly pteswed with the wsy cant per pound. NicholanTiHe, their past Dalron.. r .7nT?..r. ."? Mr. Larare, of Tenncwve, bought of people of the E giih judicial lis net faith- sprln 7. land lie" down there. Metcalf. "the Thos. MiWlCATBDCDURttAn. 78 in M- - Smith Btughman 2 extra yearling fully and well for twenty lour jears, deStanford, Ky, Hon. J. Boyle Stone and Mr. IVi Jcikik Varnon'h (inarterly court began mules at $140 and S3 good yearlings at $00; clines to become a candidate OHIO & MISSISSIPPI fl. W re-- il c Kspler, of Liberty, "ere here yesterday on yesterday with 20 new and 20 old caes on PIANOS AND ORGANS. of W. M. Lscksy 32 at $60 and of Adam tion. Few mm in Kentucky hire such a legal business, tbe docket, most of which were uncontest- Pence 8 at $00 and of other parties a suff- strong bold on the people aa Judgo Owsley, Tne dlrrct through line sxd old tstabllahed route V. B McHoiiERTS hss returned from ed The noted care of Buth rs. E. T. Pence icient number from to make out three car loads and he is especially popular in his own Cinctonall, whither he went to lay in a for some mules, which theBushs were tried district. This was shown in the Ui GuLouisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis at about the same figures. big slock ol Christmas trlx K.nobe A Co., Haxelton Bros . De-,. .J.2 for slcillng, wm again put on trial, Robert and all points in tho West. A, E. Bncll, of Simpson county, has bernatorial race, wben the derotion of the Q. E. Evans, Soperlnlendent and Mas- Harding, of Dsnrille, representing tie raised eleren crops of tobacco on his farm judge's home people to his came wa gen- aremoe.lt,Mn9rgIB,V Tbt,r. "'r"enta Two (21 Dally Trains from Loulavllle to 6t Louis. ter of Transportation, P. T. Dawns, were plaintiff and W. H. Miller the defendants. Ve dfj n.r?ilD '"iT,'0 ",', durability and Three (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati erally remarked at the Louisville conren Alloftnen. are warranted In fire yean. This year be raised three to-- t, Louis. Bandar with Mr. Frank Harris. Ktrcrencee: . a K. Penne Mr Sereral witnesses were exsmined when a tbe first cultiog avenging three feet two tion. Owensboro Messenger. I a candidate for caun-IJ. C. Saokwy Only IO Uoura from Louisville and Cincinnati knotty law question was struck and after S?bretardir,S'?-5v,.M,t- i ,,oIn,M' " to t. Louis. attorney cf Warns and If his friends argument by counsel the Judge took it un- inches, tbe second two feet four inches and KEfLACihO ;sekvc'. tjucc'ssiul ex well handled periments hare been made In joining and here could has a say he would get it sure. der adrlsement and continued the trial 'till the third two feet. It wis all The Only Line by whioh you can and cured and only a email proportion lugs. restoring tne luncttons ol ui sided nerre, got a Through Blooping Car Mr. ( W. 8IIOL1Z" resignation was Wednesday SALE OF TOWN LOTS The belter way to salt stock Is to buy even serves of diffi.reot function being by the Cincinnati Southern, cot scccpud From Cinclnsll to8U Louis. The bora continue to bare their fun. a few lumps of rock salt, put tbem under used to replace those partially destroyed, which know a good aginl when it finds And Tract of Land, TTlO O At IU, la the only line running OO TlT through from Loulaville They are always on the hokout for suck- cover and allow stock accees to tnem as It Is thought that even sight and bearing J. Alt? oce. and Cincinnati to St. I.uls, all other routes being has return- ers and it l a cold night when they fail to they wish. A dollar's worth of rock salt may be restoreJ, after injury to the nerve-o- a Mm. Dr. L F Huffman dJid.,,rSfler'ora P'tvately two town iota o made up of a combination of small roade. catch one. The last time they got a coup placed under com will last aa long as a which they depend, by bringing other ford, Ky., on one ed from Lexington, whltbcr sua went to at" ''eHn Stan, of which la a comfortable and TheObb A Mississippi Railway runs Palatial tileplnr Cars on night trains; j,uzurlant Far-loptician from Loui-rlll- e barrel rf salt given in the usual way, with nerves into service by artificial union. eommodlouacoure; the other, which 1. situated tend a concert siren by a former pupil, le A Cars on day tralcs; Elrgant Day Coachw, v Walton and Wm. YZ.7- - " '"''"ufDceeoi bad been here for sereral days and the adrantage ef the stock getting salt aa MeOarrey. MI es on all trains. CorritR Platino Co Krai. -- A French la linlmproved. H0fotlori a offer a tract of about d Direct and close connections are made In UNION plans to "run" him had failed, they need it. Ban Francisco Chronicle. numerous coating the bodies of the Acre of Land, situated on tbe Knob Lick DEPOTd with diverging Hoes by the O.AM. LOCAL MATTERS. Board A Lucas bought of 8m F. chemist proposee b 'Close the spectacle fitter had bit at bates one mile from Kunmrii t. ,., Railway, thus avoiding troblesome transdead with a rkln of copper by mans of tbe ot cultivation, buthaa nolmprovemenu fers by other routes. u Moore, 40 bead of 1,400 pound cattle at of the kind they laid and suflered on a eleetro-plstm- g i or terms of aale apply to me. process. A'eecond House to rtnt. Solon CrU. l Railway Is the only line The Ohio A " 70. They also bought of J. K. Sumrall, plating of gold or a'lve can bs added If de occasion. He told the boys that they $4 B. PAXTOX, A cent. between Louisville, Cincinnati and St. Louis bir- gat under one management, running all its Coal Vases at coil, yon can could not work that racket on him and be 40 head to bedelirered the latter part of sired. Thistrea'menr, which trains through solid and in consequence gain at Bright A Metcalfe. began to Illicit tie himself that he was not this week, suppoeed to weigh 1.525 pounds, preserve! corpses, has alietdy been appjied iancogniaed First-ClaBoots between those Cities. near such a sucker as they took him to be. at 5 cents per pound Both lots are strict- to teveral human subjects and to many ani I wish to sell three small tracts of good HaDiIng and male. Apply to ticket Agenls of connecting lines for Canned Gooim of best brands, ForkUnd, one containing 15 Acre, 0 lull particulars aa to rates, time, This msde them all the more anxious to ly first class cattle. R. Gentry bought 3 and the third HO Arres. .cre comfortable improvements, theonelatter or any desired information, or writemaps, circulars all new package, at T. R. Walton's to e metal is an smalgttn of lead, a Trf wltn show him that he didu'i know everything, mules from T. C. Coleman, Sr . for $500, all rich ROBT. H. FORMAN, enpper and tin in uch proportions and in aeparate tracla. Also ISO Acirn of land No. effect on tbe so ooe ol tbe boys approached him and ask and 3 head from other parties at prices Trsr. Pass, ag't O. A M K'y. 8orcerset. Ky. 1 A new fcbedule will go into All se to produc- - a material hard, but rot ofKnob lnd on Mason's Gap, near bunfo-d- . W. M. PEABODY. W. B.BnATTUC, this land baa been lately and any one Man'gr, L. A N. next 8uudy, chaoges howerer, eJ if be woul J not go around and take a ranging from $125 to $150 per head. brittle; ductile, yet tough; flowing freely, S,...'"?.'.0 Purctle can seesurveyed calling on me. f rti. and Oen'lCincinnati, O.Utn. Pass. Ag't, plat ty 1 ttle game of a'ven-uWill sell low for caah or on any reasonable time, yet hardening qtlidly. He readily consent-te- d rilsrrodsburg Democrai principally on freight train. with Intereet at S per cent; acd with another Irraelitish man of the A. It. FEt.A Xl. HUSTON VILLE. LINCOLN COUNTY. rainy Sunday, fo'lowed by colder road ther followed tbe spider into his web Stanford, Kv WVi IPVVBTIKKnK.IVs. v. have a number of wtatLer and sno yrsterday, tells the tale The game was soon made up and STANFORD. KY G. F. Peaco:k is in tbe city procuring every-thinSliorUiorn Hulls, - Proprlotor of a rery bad spell of weUher. (Yeatllnca and weanlings) that 1 will sell low and W. P. WALTON, progrewed nicely for a time, when a stock of Oiristtnas Rood. Will proba any of my fine females, aged onra stinted to Hb Stockholders Meeting. been sereral one of tbe boys accued another of ckcit-in- g. bly hear froui him this week. The fact llul there hare Daks of Flalnvlew, a superior animal: or I will Blie of Btage,!20a50. Eight comnlcteseuol Been. ery. Beating capacity, including gallery, COi) A meeting of tbe sicca holders of the National ezcaange for fat bogs. Am oventccteJ. The supper got up by tbe ladies of the The lie ptsstd, pistole were drawn cae of scarlet fcrer In our neighboring 's-A. M. F. Reasonable rates to good attractions. Bank of IluitouTtlle will be held at.tbelr banklcg Milleditet ille, causes much slsrm and dicharsed and one of them fll ex Presbyterian church is to be served qn the house In HustonTilleoti tneVd Tuesdiy In Janu rillaseof ary, U;c, for the ptirpoMt of electing nine Diiect-o- n epidemic claiming "I'm shot." Bit tbe Israelites, 17ih intt., tho time having been changed. here le.t il should become to terTe tbe ensuing year. d J. W. UOCKEK, Cashier. Tue Baptiot Sunday school will exyesterday that where were tbe;? As soon ai tbe pretend The news rrschd here ed row began their chreVs paled, their hibit a Christmas Tree on tlis evening of Judge Le bad lecelred the nomination for teeth chattered and getting down on their the 2 Itb. The other schools are invited to Stockholders' Meeting. Countr Judge of Byle, orer Hon. J B. hands and knees they escaped from tbe participate. trP.rr.n. who has tacklol him sereral stockbo'.dra of the First NaA meeting f room nod tied down the street faster than O. M. (Jiveua seems to have recovered tional Uank willthe held al their banking bouse be times without being able to down hlro. 3d Tuteday IS6, Maud S could possibly go. Out of breath entirely from the effects of his late acci; In Stanford on theelecting eleren In Janu ry, serve Directors to for the purpwecf Don't fouet that 1 will buy your Bat- they retched the hotel and in great agita dent. D. Taylor is convalescent. Fred the ensuing year. JOHN J. Mi KOBEBTS, Cashier. ter, Ergs, Sunage, Potatoes Apples and tion told of the adnn'ure. A smiln rsn CmiptoD, of Milledgeville, lost two daagh AND PHARMACEUTISTS, DRUGGISTS you may hare dried Fruit, in fac snylhiig around, which at once conrinced the suck ters after a very brief illness. The disease to sill, and will sell you goods as It w s tl e ers that they had been caught and as this is raid by phjsicmbs to present the sympMeeting. Stockholder " lowest. V. R Veach, "Near Drpot revelation cime to their minds a greener toms of scarlet fever, but in a peculiarly A meeting nf the slockho ders t the Farmers form. National Bank will be held at Ibtir banking bouse of the Halls Gip people hare looking pilr nerer showed up. The drum- inveterate A number 1880, DEALE1W IN 'id Tutsday In In the absence of other excitement for Stanford on tbe electing nice In January, serve left by the first train but the spectacle Plrectort to the purpose el gotten up a petition asking that the name mer MmmIcuI Drags, Wines, Wall Paper, ensuing year. i. n , OW8LEY, Cashier. bad to grin and endure it till yester- there is a general change of location among the Iustrueim-Mi- , of their poetoffice be chsngd and from the man Chemicals, HOOHH, Liquor citizens, ltev. Mr. Taylor, of the BipIt contains it seems prob- day. It was natural for men to get out our Stationery, Paints, Pocket Cifcan. amount ot names Sale. such circumstances, but their man- tist church, has removed his family to Oils, Tobaccos, Soaps, jiitiery, able thai that rillsge will be known here under MachlB Perfumery, La tups, Fire Arms, ner of doing it will give the beys some Danville. W. R. William has gone back Aa Administrator of Sirs P. lly Sba ks. dre'd, I as Eransrllle. after Needless. to his property rectntly occupied by Taywill sell to tbe highest bidder, on thing to laugh at for many a day, Our JcvreJrT, Silverware and Optical Uoods Department is In Charge of Cl. LoOK.-Xm- aa Prices for ererybody, Mrs. Maggie Campbell has purchased lor. Saturday, Doccmbor 10th, 1885, Thos. Ulchanls, nho irill Repair (Vatches nnd Clocks promptly and In tbe heat Pure stick candr 10a per lb., bet French MARRIAGES. and moved into the Conway property, vastyle. At Mixture l'2c per lb., mixed Nuts (No Holiday Jones has the ber late retldfoce, 2Vi miles from Klai.funlou cated by Williams, following property, to w t: -- Mr. Thos. W. Young, of Casey, will Danville pike, tbe Peanuts) 103c per lb., Florida Orangei yearling Hetfrr, a lot ol One No. I Milk Cow. purchased the old Williams farm, owned 1G year old Hoes, 80 shocks of Fodder .tc ,alit or Corn in the $100, Larer F.Bb IOjc marry Mis Mary J., the 35cts.cri)dcx for by the Cooper eietere, and will take posses- crib, I Buggy, stalk field. Household and Kitchen daughter of John Hafeley, of this county, 80 Fur lture. The Farm par lb , and London Ltyer Raisins 10Jc sion immediately. Mrs. Newburn, daugh- to the highest bidder atofsains Acres will be rented time. Arms wide lb Bright A Mslcalf. ou day of tale. p,r Mr. Albert Royalty, son of Mr. W. T. ter of L. B. Adams, has returned from the known d H. K OWSI.EV, Adm'r. They are arriring in time to hang up Royilty, of Cisey, and Miss Nellie, tbe South, her husband havirg decided to re main in this State. -- DEALER IN their little stockings for Carhtmss Mrs. pretty daughter of Mr. Isaac Cowan, will her lieje lord bi married on the 17th. R. B Mahony hs presented CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. like-wifIn Wayne county, Indiana, Simuel with a girl; Mrs. Will Hajs hss done Saddles, Hardwire, Horse Shoes, Groceries, -- J. L.S!avin sells good fhur at $2 GO with a 101 lJund Rrl l,ml Mr, W H Cromer, 15 years olJ, married Miss Mugs- The most popular Weekly newspaper deroted lucenawnrc, Buggy Whips,, Nails, Iron, to science, mecuanics,enfineerio(t and tbu best at $3 discoTrrieOn- BirtUsin also presented a p.lrl This sup- ret Mendenhall, aged 73. The fair bride Tsaiiana ana paisnta ever pabittnea. hTerynnm. Cane Mills. Harness, IKB3' Wheels, Stores, l)r lllnitrlf..1 with splendid engTaTiugs. This Go to B P. Payne's for the cheapest sortercllMst Hnrr B'ight's had some money, which Cromer thought, pnbllcationfurnl s a most valuable encrclortedia ply of girls will Cider SllUs, Lap Covers, Grates, Spoltes, " goods in Crab Orchaid. of iuformatlon which no person aboutd be without. might be made useful. Tbe popularitr of the riciEimna AurmcaN Is bor. . Corn Shelters, Collars, Stoneware, . Rhus, John Shaw EJmhton writes home from such that IU circulation nearly equals that of all Miss Willie jiUlard, of Cincinnati, other papers of Its class combined. Trice, faSQ a A turkey shooting wsb glrcn by Jim New Bradford, Fla., well plested. tear, llinconnt toClnba. Wold by all newsdealer. MUNN A CO., I'ublUhera, No.3lUroadwsjr, N. Y. Nunneller now town Siturday in which well known here as a most charming lady Combined Plows, Wooden am 10 good grade steer calves for sale at Jlunn a Co. bare Oliver Chiliad, Champion Stcol and Brinley 35 birds weto shot f Jr off hand with t 3S ami a devote.! believer in the Faith Care a bfirgiin. H, B. Ward, Crab Orchard, Al EN I XalfohadThlrty- Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfiold Elevator. Tin Root- ElKht veara before iraciic calibre piitoi, 50 yard, or a 100 yards with d ic'ritle, U untried, nt least we so infer from infjand Onttonng will have prompt attention. J. L. Slavin has just received a nice the Talent Offlco and hare prepared received fiom her ordering the G Walrh the boss shot of a more than. One Hundred Tnou- arlih. Col W. J UV McKinHev, Call and see line of Christmas good. of her piper changed to Mrs. 11. J. Iflond arpllcatlonsrnrpaunxa in 1110 Johnltrluht.Jr. the section, got 1 1; Tom Fmo'.l and Bright 1'Diltd btataa and forslsneoantries. him. I'.cMt. TVndA.MiTVs. We congratulate fhe hsppy msn Grares 11 between them; F. J Curran 5; Fithlan. Slivin rells HA pounds of gianulated Alcnments. and all other. papers for Iwnring to Inientora their rights in tne who hM won her. 1 n piece H. C. Bright '2 and others sugar for 51 and 11 pounds of N, O. sugar ll'nited States, Uanads,, Englsnd, rrancc. hiennany and other foreign countr s. pre-- I for $1 parcnl at short notice andou rsasonablo terra. well RELIGIOUS. I The Rlnl: was not patronizid as Information as to obtafnlng patents Fresh oysters in every style, cakes, cans of tuinio wis even ..,. charge. usual Friday night, but the l.n..n,l,n vilhout trtm. lAtlltS Olftalttod Living-to- n will fill the pul-p- t dies and llivoriug extracts at Walter RIJer.'J.G. A Co. are noticed InlbeSclentiflo through Munn fun jitureal hh it thcr bstter and the American free. Tho advuntacenf such notice l ol Hiv. It. II. Caldwell at Walnut Fiat well understood by nU persons who msUtodis-iio-e been n house full. It is h wonder tl n' next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, had of their patents. Mi"8 Mfiry Gormley has returned Addreea MUN.N A CO, OfBce for H all the joiing folks do not turn out, MiraiCAM, il Uroaditay, New Vutlc Kev. II. O. Morrirtan, not our young home after an absence of several months is the cheapest as well ai thi ploiwnto', nun, is holding a stirring revivnl at training "the young ideas etc." USAtKSSlttnonlderlnc the fine unislo of the llotil which had resulted in 10 addiB P. Payne sells Lancaster fljur tl 9 Band, that we know of to spend Silver tions f) Saturday. everybody's favorite and the btst dsiort-men- t Drugs, Books, Stationery and nraerarams fcr rex l'i ua ,!mo Th Th?ie Id a nev sect in Cuiads. vhoio of fruiti nnd otndies in Crab TOR Fancy Articles. night la as follow: doctrine U that women have no soule, b. i, Physicians' r rrscriptibns nccuratily compounded W. II. Vanderbilt has cut off his rela, PstlW ciue the Bible nowhere speaks of women .l..n Orrlurn (llT UlnT rCUUVStt) Also o U aujelf. This in a curious fact. tives here, but they are consoled for the WalUesijuteu of Hearts 2 (iicen Cttarlcs II. Sptirgejti, once famous ms lo euitained therein by the excellent mes-sig- o 3 Cjj't. Chsawio'sMsnli ..Zikotl . Wllr. now 51 years old, "the boy prctohcr," of tho l'rebhlcnt. o lor BirltoJC, by Mustang Liniment is older than 8 The Myttlc Calmo-6- 0 and hi health is completely bruhon down. Mr. Jackson, of Texas, who has been "Il"ia The Largest Stock of Vatcbes, Clocks, Joe F. tfrctaw most men, and used more and UernJan Hnrtieou, our American "boy preacher," la some time here vhlling friends and looking T n ttt A I Tona Llllles anil Stilvra vir ova G OTcrturo-riet- ty Uucciloi.l only 11 years old, and i liable to travel after the e.iUte of his deceased sister, Mr.'. more every year. 7 My Uuccn Walt retleo Ktcr lought to this market Prl g Little lundy-amla- nte sb1boIii as tin juvenile evangelis. fjr thirty years Baddow, left on S.tmliy for his homo. iliC IOWtMl. tUsoliar n w.nMoorUh Sercus'le paired on aboit notice aad WamatcJ. Mr'. Laura Moore will take charge of 0w," I ly Se3aw Walla McAlWter. Bnr your school books from Penny A Thursday night. Iter. Cephas Bennett, an American Baptist mlssionsrr, who bad been In Bur-ma- h since 1828, died at Ilangoo, British Burmab, NnvrrbcrlO h, In bis 83d year. Rer. Milburn, tbe blind preacher, who was elected Chaplain of tbe House, is a minister of the Northern Methodist church, and as Mr. Morrison testifiid. "lores God, hates the deril and rotes the straight democratic ticket." Rer. Fred. D. Hale's meetintt at Mays' tille has 00 additions to date and the Inter-es- t seems to be inchesting, Fifijr-fiscandidates were baptised on Fridsy afternoor, Eighteej thousand dollars hare been raised to build a new church, e ing, which makes it lok linviting. yF.7MyVoui1U,n aoF' "Une of tpe y .uiur gentlemen from Oxlds Ou sdwlnlit.r.d b Stanford, who ca'lrd on a young lady here THE INTERIOR JOURNAL recently, most hire hungry, as be And the LoulsTllJe knocked al the sltchm' dcor. ' Better get GRAND HOLIDAY RAFFLE. your sapper, George, or call earlier. Weekly Courier-Journ- al Mr. W.T.Stuart, our coal dealer, is One year for only 83-l- wo panera for Utile something ol a humorist. He recommends more than tbe price of on. to complainants of the quality of coal, to W nce. at McsnU tub EkJJWh.1?? ! By paying ua S3 you will recelTa for one year dip it in oil and il it tnen fails to burn l, ..Tl v. u miguv soma u for onlycs" n me st your horns paper with the .!,,!7IDIM 60 ctnt. the once, try pr impt payment as a remxly repreeeniatlTe newspaper of the South, democrat60-- 4 1 ic and for a tariff for revenue only, and the beat, Jr. u. II It A it Y. Mr. J. Will Jtmes has rtceired tie brljhteet and ablest family weekly In tho United fiUtea. Ihoje who dealre to examine s sanpla posufilje from the ii Is of Mr Jaiae l copy of the Courier-Journcan do so at this rOce. C ml wick, who, like th inomugh t;emle-nis- u he i , endorses the appointment of Tho Houso and Lot Mr J. and thank. sincerely Ills bondsmen In West Stanford, latsly occupied by Richardson and tlio public foribeir kindness and gen- r!,Vfn'rfhA.,Tfn7aMl.r.,bIe pl'Cf ,0 mt"T "ICtl. Information, enquire of tleness towards h.jm whilst decipher!) g Kenlticlcj'H Koute East 70,11 J. It. 11 IG GIXN. their poital cirda. rllr J,1B,B HunojQo HOMMAW.fr t ht. X Grand Combination i "In BTAhFORD, KY. '"'"iw "' - - r. b-- en Courier-Journa- h-.- 3R.ES2STT al usAPEAKyp omo ey. S-- G0LDEN0HAN0E. A0 ipother.60 xp-ri-n- c- lni) A TRAIN DR. BRONAUGH e. 7-- Oil-ttr- d. o' e-- co -- tw ""j O. & M. fr be T &n, I J. well-know- n oi orst-cla- w pre-rio- ...'". well-kno- 79-- 3POB SAliE! ss al-c- oft p. g b.l Fine OPERA HOUSE w 82-t- M'ROBERTS, - & STAGG, 1 m Opera House Block, Stanford, Ky. Administrator's 1 ' to-d- - 8l-t- W. H. HIGGINS e crl uoDr-nirnt- f. Hand-book- n's, - :mmj If 1mwj ,,. PHARMACISTS, -- d. rit Man and Beast. i- - JEWELERS. r . "'"r?l -- NA'citK t8&0mg& Y SnttJ-ffiBteH- u iT "3 CANDIDATES. rrn. W. D. PENNY, BTANKORD, KENTUCKY. OlBeoon I.nointer striwit, ;oxt door to Inti-wo- r JOORSAt, office. Office bouts from 8 to W A. M.and I to 8 p. m. Anesthetics administered wheo Interior loarial " 'Becauso I am not willing, nnd without my consont this marriage can tiot take place 'Oh! my uncle ' 'It tbe girl loves you she will promiso to wait for you three years- -' " 'Throa year, uncle 1' "'If you complain, I shall say four. If she promises to wait throe years for you, you will gj to your regiment, but not at Clermont I will get you into a regiment a few leagues from I'arK eo that you can come boms onco In throe months, when you wish to do so.' " 'Very well uncle; how shall I know whether she loves met1 " 'How shall you know! Why, by nsklug 14 at nlL' " Happiness results from thai truo contentment which Indicates perfect health of body and mind. You may poswss it, If jou will purify nnd luvlgoralo your blood wltUAycr's K. M. Howard, Newport, N. H., writes : " I suflcrcd for years with Scrofulous bunions. After usliiff two bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparilli, I Sarss-parllla. W. Of 11. 1VITHKKN KEXNKDY fflmiJJ- DontlMt. POtt OOUQHS MrjM Ono J US YELLOW HOSES. (Inter Ocean Trani. from Alplio:u) Karr.l f This yellow roee tro j T)rltis a story to uvy mind. Ono ovonln; two yean ogo I went to sjwnd a few bouri with an oU lady, amtit-bio- , nitty, and kind, who lira near me. She is pawlonatoly fond of do war, and you could not conceive the delight I take in making beautiful boutiuott for her, or huw happy I am in her mrprle when 1 talo her it llower that alio does not know or which It not common in the country. Yojtonlny when I wont In I vual an old gentleman with hor who cunn into our neighborhood rt year ago to take xwouioii of a large oitate which was loft him by a distant rulatire on conditiou that be should take with the property tho name of it I former ownsr. He it calleJ, accordingly, it. Da cuiiiraiai. He oti(it ait Introduction to my old friend, mid 1 soon had reason to bo jealous of hi attentions to her; they formed a friendship for ouch other, and upont a' mote ill their earnings together playing trictrac. I saluted them quietly in or.W not t) Interrupt tlioir game, and then, when it was ended, 1 uttered Mme. Lorgerol a I ouqmt of yellow ra-e- s which I bad brought. .Itliuuuh My roa were very beautiful tho excovslve rains of that yoar bad caused to bloom imjMifoctly; the yellow mine, sheltered by the projection of a roof, were perhaps tho only perfectly expanded ones In the nei 'hborhoo 1. Mine. Ljrgerel uttered exclamation i of delight over the beautiful bouquet. M. De;coudralos said nothing, but 1 proorcuploJ. I remarkod this with surprise, not uuderstaudiug the mysterious influence of ray yellow roses; but Mm.'. soon 'poke of something else, and I thought I muit have been mistaken. As for M. Descoudraies, be began to laugh Is a Candidate for Asiejsor, sutject to the aetlcn ths lmociacr JB. necessary. llSt-ly- 1. rl' la Candidate for Assessor, subject to ths action ol th Democratic LUMBER! Drossod Pine Flooring, Celling, Woatber Boards, Finishing Lumber, Qreen Lumber in tho Bough, including l i GEOICGE S. OAKPENTEK la a Candidate for Coaoty Clstk. subject to b tion of the Democracy. ac- Found great relief. It lias entirely restored mo to health." James French, Atchison, Knuj., writes; "To all persons suffering from Liver Complaint, I would strongly recommend Ayer's Sarsaparllla. I was afflicted with a discaso of tho liver for nearly two years, when n friend advised mo to tako this medicine. It gavo prompt relief, aud lias cured nic." Mrs. II. M. Kidder, 4l D wight st., Boston, Mass., writes : " For several years I have used Ayer's Sarsaparllla In my family. I never feel safe, even Laths and Shingles. SKortheeontenlenceof our customers tn (Svo. rlclnlly no hare arranged. with It. llVifl'eit to keep on bis yards nn assortment of our Lumber, where ther can get It as cheap as Hewitt also make estlmstos for from indirect. any bills not on binds, which wo will fill on short 31 ELVIS Jb HA VIH, notice. Hun-funla- nl rfu re Lor-gor- el and laid: "Would you believe that this bouquet has recalled, a by r.n operation of uiajic, a whole epoch of my youth! "DurlnR tho lent five minutes I have been but 12) years oU; witbm live minute) 1 have fallen In love with a woman who must now be CO yean o'.d, if she is still living. I must tell you thH story; it coucerned a that has bad a great Infltwnco over my who'.o life, and whow msmory, when my blood ho only just oven warinth enough to ooutluuj l.fe and play trictrac, does not fail to nnvo me in an extraordinary manner. "1 was 'JO yean old a little mora than forty years ago. I bad only just come from college, where young men npjnt more time than iu these day. After bavins ripely considered for an nud without my aid the choico of a vocation, my father announced to me on j morning that be bad obtains I for me n lieuteuancy In tbo rogluuut cf quartered in a city of Auvergue, and bide me bold myself iu readinos to sot out on tho third day. "I wns somewhat disturbs I for several rcawiti. In Uie first placo I did not like a military life, but that would have been an objection easily overcome; tUj sight of a rich uniform, a fow ambitious pbram, a little music would easily have maJo of m) an Achilles or a Caimr. 'But I was In love. "I would not for anything in the world have venture! to mention this to my father. His solo responso to such a confidence would have been an order to depart that very night But I had an uncle. Such an uncle! "Ho was a man then of my present age; but ho bail remained young, not toward himsolf, iuioed, for never did an old man renounco with a better grace Satan, bis pomps and bis deeds but toward others. lie loved youug people; be understood them without being jealous of them. He did not bolleva that bis infirmities were progress nor his old ago necossanly wisdom. Through bis kinduess of heart and bis reason be lived in tbo happiness of others. He was found a sharer iu all tbe generous follies, all the noble foolishness of youth; he was tbe confidant and protector of all love affairs, Uobts, and hopeful plans. I went to him nnd I said to blmi 'Unrle, I am very unhappy.' " 'I wager 20 louls that you are not,' said he. " 'Ah I uncle, do not joke. Besides, you would loose.' " 'If I loose I will pay; perhaps that will ' her.' " 'Ab, uncle, I should novor dare to do it' " Vory elL thou; pack your trunks and obey your father.' " 'But, uncle, you do not know what a girl sho Is. I have trX a himdrol times to tell her that I lovod her; I have cursed myself for my timidity; I have fortlflod myself In every way; I havo prepared speeches aud learue 1 them by h art, but when tho time come to speak, tho first word choked me, mid I talked of something else. Her expression is so Mvore, It soeins to ma that sho could never love a man, and I talked of ometklnjol'o.1 "'In wgarl to letters it was much worse When th j m Jin out ctma to glvo tham they soemod so stjplJ to mo that I could not tear thorn Into small enough plows.' 'But, my boy, it is timo to make up your mind at l&st, and thero is a reason for it, too. Your fatbor has not told you alL s He to send you to Clermont bocauso tbe col on si of the reglmont Is a f rlond of bis and has a daughter; becauso this daughter is intended for you and will mako a rich and splendid match. But you need not speak I know that nil that is nothing when one is iu love. It is a tromondous folly, no doubt, but It Is a folly of which I should be very sorry not to have been guilty. Nono but prigs are free from it I know that the old call it illusion, but who knows that the illusions are not their own! The glass that diminishes the size of objects has no less real an existence than the glass t'jnt mag nifies them. ' f she loves you you ought to give up overythn.g for her; it is a stupid thing to dona. do, butitts right, and it must 1 But you must find out whether sho loves you, and jut now you havo an excellent opportunity to da so. Tboy want to marry her. You turn pale at the Idea and wish you had your odious rival at the sword, end is that what you say nowadays! Woll, then, try to keep up a llttlo of this Una courage in the pwenca of yonr boautlf ul Naomi. They want to marry her; you are richer than sho; but the one to whom they wish to Kive her Is richer than you; besides, ho is titled, and is a husband ready to thoirhand; and the wedding outfit is prepared, while for you they would have to wait Go to Naomi and tell bor that you lovo her. Sho knows it, but it ought to bo said in any case. And toll bor for she must lovo you, young, handsome, and witty as you are tell her to swear to wait three years for you, and to write it to ni In a letter, which I will ksep. Then I will break up that other marriage.; I will get you into another reglmont, and in tbreo years, in .' splto of everythlu y, 1 will havo you wl-bemar-Tiod- M j. ai. joiixsox Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, sub Ject to the action ot tUo Democracy. WILLIS C. BJLUNETT la a Candidate lor the offlca of Jailer of Lincoln county, subject to primary election of the Democratic party. as.S, Lily, Ky. PIAXOS, ORGANS, MUSIC, Ac At Home without it. As a liver mcdlclno and general purifier of tho blood, It has no equal." Mrs. A. B. Allen, "Wluterpock, Va., writes: "My youngest child, two t, years of age, was taken with Bowel which wo could not cure. Wo tried many remedies, but ho continued to grow worse, and finally became so reduced iu flesh that wc could only move him upon a pillow. It was suggested by ono of ths doctors that Scrofula might bo tho cause of tho trouble. Wo procured a bottle of Com-plaiu- We are agents for the old landrellabte John 2VT Church Co., of Cincinnati. Ohio, lor the sale of P.r i tathr) front t tr tf t i.tt fttmA TT Musical Instruments and th roihr Ktt lant, Organs, AutomaticIn Lincoln and Uarrard ff tiki oft mall tutiui latrlMlM t.at lMat 4i uralkUMtf SABXUEUS W. Musical Merchandise it4trat 4 Ub pMm i rltUt th tf iMralei ol counties. Kentucky. Jloittlilu l'ltymeHtH im rip tin id rus in tniui i ! la a Candidate lor JalUr, subject to the action received until paid for. The bent utatutartl Wfca bfl Mtfe irw eenMiM with Ut ketilM wt the Democracy. Knabe.t Co., Haaelton Bros., wm. ! H Decker A Son, Kicrstt and New Kngland Pianos, Ttiw Ciitiii Ritftf nr ftwur Qm s tTii th flarsi bBa either upright or niuate. InOrgana. tbe followit ant lb-- n f ' T. M. PEXNINGTOX makers: t'lough A arreo, Juhn ing mii ai At i.dit M It. tri Church A l). and tho Sterling, with the patent 35r 191 WALTERA TAYLOR. AtUnU.Oft. ot Lincoln, sub-eIs a Csndldate forlCounty Clrk , nil uiiiiH r flflJHt Jiff Iff HCflllM'llf. Muslisl ill tirnrHUV i iiumii. Democracy to ths action of tho n Automatic nurtb-- a IjHtrt ut Ctulna TMiblti. Tbo V(rf Cf(,ii, tno moet terfct In lue world. Illustrated catalogues sent Irce to all who apply, lioth fur ul bjr Dr. M I. 1UJURKK. hUnfori. IIAX8EOIU) also tbe best references from those who hate ot Lincoln, bought and tried any of tbe above musical InstruIs a Candidate for County Attorney ments. Address us at tJtanfont, Ky. stibjtct to the a'llon of tbe Democracy. COOti. S. 11. tl It. T. ttt & XT 13 x tft. z. maker', n tt lii ct tii'Uli tr -- rritM JUDGE W.O. 37-l- J. JUDGE T. W.VAKNOX to theofflce of Covin-tIs aCndldal foi Judge, subject to the action of the Democracy. y LOGS WANTED. J. la a Candidate for County Cletk of Lincoln, subject to,tbe action of the Democracy. I. 8WOPE JO. Sarsaparilla and commenced giving It to him. It surely worked wonders, for, In a short time, ho was completely cured." Sold by all Druggist. AYER'S GEORGE JASXES COOPER It a candldste for Couaty Cleik of Lincoln, subject to the action of tbo L emocratlc r"Tj P. IJAILEY I will pay tho highest price for good, sound STANFORD. KY. Propr Walnut, Cherry and E. H. BURNSIDE, This Old and Woll - Known Hickory Logs deliverHotol Still Maintains its ed at any station of the High Imputation, L. &N., K. O. orC. S.R. Iti Proprietor it Determined that AND MYERS HOTEL, Is a candidate tor Circuit Clerk, subject to tbe ac tlonot the democratic party. it Shall T.D.XEWLAXD Is a candidate lorShertfl of Lincoln county, Ject to the action of the democracy. XV. sub. be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in iti Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of R. J. 0TTENHEIMER, Crab Orchard, Ky their GueiU. Trico $1; Six bottles, $5. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Muss., U. S. A. T. dawsos party. County, tub-Jec- t Ague Cure IS WARRANTED to cure Feur and Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fccr, Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, Dengue (or "Bre.ik-bonc- " Fever), Liver Complaint, nnd nil diseases nrlslng from Malarial poisons. AYER'S Is a candidate for Jailer ol Lincoln to t he action of the DsiflocraUQ 4 from ths Iiaa;Kire nlllbeeoateyed to free of charge. Special acromraodatl oas to Commercial Travelers. The Har will always applied with the choicest bread of I.lqaors aid ClKara. it ')t bmsvmt NcwAidabtiCmiucoRt i-- ' ...-..- Ject to the action of the Democratic SAM. M. OWEXS . rountr. t.ii., nt Ilni-nl- n Dyspepsia & Asthma sub- - Through Coaohcs and Pullman Sloeping Cars. rrow party. Can Re Cured. la Is perhaps a dbvate so prevalent as or Indigestion, and one. too, that up to the priwiit time baa balllrd the ikill of tbe most emi-ne- ct of the chronic die phyilrlani, '1 cs have their clgln In DypPla. The symp. toiu arolciiof apiKtito, lets of flesh, a ferllngol lullnru or weight In tbe sloinsch. ccraalonal nau-sr- a or voultlnf, acidity, lUtulcnc. dull aln Iu the he'd, wltb a sensation of btavlnres or glddl-n- e, Irrrgulsilty nfliowels, low iplrlts, sleepleM. ncss tallow sWio, deraugciuoRt of kJdoeyt,anJ not D. K. CARPENTER, subject to tbeactlou of the Dtuocnitlc paity. Is a Candldste for as County Attorney, 1 hue I.oiiIhtUIu to Chicago, ClUt'lllUllil tO CIllCMKUs lUlllnilHIHlllH to C'lllOHRO THROUGH TIME TABLE Ma LoulivllleI T - comfort you.' " 'No, uncle, money has nothing to do with my trouble.' " Tell mo about it.' " 'My father has just announced to me 1 "Yos, she loved you." for the prompt relief of throat and lung "But the yellow roef' diseases peculiar to children, I consider "She did not tin 1 your noto. Your sud den departure cost her many toars. AfterIt an absolute cure for all such affections, ward she married M. do Lorgerol, whoso nnd am never without It hi tho house." widow I am 3Irs. L. E. Herman, IS" Mercer st., Jersey "What, you! Aro you Naomi Amelot!" liavo always found City, writes: "Alas, yes; as you are Htlll, or rather, as Ayer's Cherry Pectoral useful In my famyou scarcely are, Esmond d'Althelm." ily." II. T. Johnson, Mt. Savage, Md., "ytio would have balievod tbat one day we would bo unable to rocognlzo each writes: "For tli speedy cure of sudden other P Colds, and for the relief of children mulct"Yes; or that wo should meet years after ed with Croup, I have never found anytrlc-traonly to play As for the bouquet, thing equal to Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I have ulways kept it" It is tho most potent of all tho remedies I Aud Madame do Lorgerel went to an have ever used." W. II. Stickler, Tcrro ebony cabinet and brought forth from it a Haute, Ind., writes: "Ayer's Cherry withered bouquet. Sho was trembling. She untied the bouquet and found the letter tbat Pectoral cured my wife of a severe lung had been there for forty-tw- o years. affection, supposed to bo Quick ConThey were both silent M. DescoUdraies sumption. We now regnrd tho Pectoral aroso. as a household necessity." E. M. Madamo do Lorgerel took bis band and Bralncrd, Minn., writes: This resurrection of said: "You aro right am subject to Bronchitis, and, wherever I our hearts' youth should not be beforo two go, am always sure to have a bottle of aged faces liko yourj aud min. Let us shield from becoming ridiculous a noblo afprove tho object' fection which, pebaps, will bring us hapu 'Ah, uncle, if you only knew her piness all tbe rest of our lives. Come again lioartl' after a fow days." " 'I know, I understand, and doe she pay SUico that time tho two old people have with me. It Is without n rival for the cure you back in kind) as they used to say. Is bean Inseparable. I have nersr seen anyof bronchial affection." that what you youn; folks call It nowa- thing like tbe lovo that is between tbem. days!' I1Y They have a tbouand things to tell tbat "That, uncle, I do not know.' bavo never been explained; they lovo each Dr, J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. "'Whatl Not know! My unworthy other retrospectively; they would like to be nopbew! You have gono to see her every married to each other; but they daro not For sale by nil Druggists. dnv and you do not even know whether she marry now. loves you I' Illsuiarck's Cunvasbaeks. "V3bo does not even kuow uncle, that I Prince Bismarck has made arrangements love her.' " 'Ob, you aro mistaken as to that, my for a constant supply this winter of ducks, which are to be shipped to To these desiring additional reading matter we handsome nephew; you know nothing at all will club tbe about that. Sho know It at least a quarter Berlin by way of Bremorbaven. His own cook not being up to tho cooking of ducks, SESI-T- f ECKLY IXTEItlOU JOURNAL of u hour before you knew it yourself. ' " 'All I know is, that I shall kill myself tbe princo will borrow tbat of II. Bleich-roodeAs follows: unless I can bavo her.' With the Weekly Courier-Journf 3 00 I "'Oh! oh Well, now, nephew, there are " " New York World 2 50 Not Good Churcli-Oot- r. a groat many chancou that you will never ' 3 00 New York Sun " A London correspondent has made tho inhave her. Your father is much richer than 11 S CO " IJarpcr's Magatln she, and will never be willing to give her teresting discovery that tho royal family S 20 " ' Harper's Weklr seldom go to cliurcli mora than once on a his son.' " 3 00 " Houtbern nirnuar Sunday. " Then, uncle, I shall know what to do.' " 2 00 Home and Farm " 'Yos, but take caro; don't do anything according to Dr. Howard A crank, ;nu In lift, do watur wbat foolish in any case. Listen to me a mo- Crosby, is "a man who has a capital I do a we can furnish it with our puMlcatlrn tare desire, piper and jou ment' of remitting for it, tne trouble and without onto enough to work it out" " 'Yes, uncle.' 60. from 60 coma to Jl who Iuya nlrradjr can Old kuUcrIIer "'Very well; in the first placo you can aratl themselves of tbli oiler br paying the differ-- A syndicate has purchased the Gray ence between not marry at 20.' arid the nioouau nu(.l. " 'Wliy not, prnyl"' W. P. A7.iLT'Wf, Vn't, dtaUord. nun Jjprinjja pjopettj for 100,001). all gontlemen.' " 'But, uncle, I do not wish to bo a soldier.' u 'What! You do not wish to bo a sol dierf Can it be that you are not braver u 'I do not know yet; but you are tbe only one in tbe world whom I allow to aslc ms such a question.' " 'Well, then. Cld, my dear fellow, why do you want to be a soldier!' " 'Well, uncle, it is becauso I want to mnrry. 'Oh!' " 'There is no oh in the matter, ancle; 1 am in love.' ' 'Is that what you call unhapplneis, you infinite! ,1 only wish I wore in love myself. And who js, tbo objact of your tend er llamol' " 'AU, uucle, tbo Is an angel.' " 'Ye., I kuow; It Is always an angel Later' on you will lovo a woman better. But to what human name, in short, does this angel answer!' " 'They call her Naomi.' " 'That is what I am asking. Naomi Is for yourself. Moreover, it is a pretty name. But for me, who want to know who the angel Is, to what family sbs belongs; tho family namo is tbe essential thing.' " 'It is Mdlle. Amelot, uncle.' "Itidoedl That Is far better than an ang'L She is a brunette, tall aud slender, with dark, velvety oyos. I do not disap- " 'A splendid misfortune! handToe somest uniform possible, and tbs officers are that am lieutenant in tho regiment of .' 'Well, undo, I have an idea. I will writo to her.' " 'As you please.' " 'I left my undo nnd yentto writo my lotter. This was not thorhanlstpart of my ta?k. I had already written to bor 150 times; but to deliver tho letter embarrassed m?. Ilavlug no time to bositato, however, I came to a decision. I bought a bouquet of yellow roses nnd slipped my letter into tbe middle of the bouquet This is perhaps all very foolish, but I remomber It still.' " 'After avowing my lovo I begged hor to love me and bo happy wltb me, and to watt for me three years. I asked hor, if sho consented, to wear one of my yellow rosas in her hair that evening; then, said I, I shall dare to speak to you of my joy I dare not yet say our joy.' "When evening came Naomi wore no roso in her belt I wanted to kill myself, but my uncle went with me to Clermont He there two months, and ended by comforting ma and persuading mo that Naomi had never loved me. " 'But, uncle,' I would say, 'she seemed so happy when I came and reproached so sweetly when I came late.' " 'Women love everybody's love,' he would reply, 'but they are far from loving everybody.' "At lost I almost forgot her and married the colonel's daughter, whom I lost after eight years of marriage. But I still think of Naomi, and I always tes her a young girl of 17, with her brown hair and her dark, velvety eye, while she must now bo some ?ool old lady." "But your name Is not Descoudraied'1 "No, tbat is tbe name of my unole's estate; my name Is Edmund d'Althoim.", ., 'Thon I will tell you what becamo of Nafc "Harpers, S, C, Juhj 9, 1SS4. "For eighteen months suf-cre- il witlii Chills and Fovcr, having Chills every other day. After trying various remedies recommended to cure, used a bottle of Ayer's Ague Cure, and have never since had a chill. EDWLY IIARPEJt." . . r.. I trict, iu Jict I Lvi.. LoultTllle ; sspiu U uj unrrcqtieutly ralpltatlonof the heart. Lafayette 3 SO p tn I I M w If you are surttrii.g with any of these symptoms Arr. Vbleaju ...... ..... ' . SWam .jm.... C. tVARREX VlaClorlnnstl. to the office oiCoia- Is a Candidate tor m uonwcaltha Attorney oi of theam -- un.v... I.vt. Clnelnnat i T JO a iu m f upm Democracy. subject to the action Indianapolis.-.- .f IS U p ui f II 10 p ta Arr. Chlrajro..... i b ) r. ru I m.m . JAMES IV. ALCORX f.. i'r nit .in. if. In the this Dis hi.,. Dciujtracy. of to the aulon the R. DR. HOLT'S 8Mm Dyspeptic Elixir WILL Cl'RE YOB. I- O. II. WADDIiE lsll) l.altyese-.tyiii,.l- ay Dr. J. rKEi'Anni) my 0. Ayer & Co., Lowoll, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. of Is a Candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney of For sale by Dr. M. subject to the action the 8th Judicial Db-r-ltt, the Democratic party. - Itou-n- e, Stanfarl, Ky.TS-Cr- Pe lure yonr ticket reaJi via the JOHX S. VAXWIXKIaE t. of tbe Sin U a Candidal for Circuit Judfe . Demsubject to tbe Primary election ol beMarch, Saturday In ocratic party to be held the 1st For Instant Dse As a reliable remedy, iu cases of C roup, Whooping Cough, or sudden Colds, 1850. . Louisville & Nashville E. R. TUB OBKST L.&N. TO Tit- (UNff.lA. AC.lt'y)ai ltd the qulrkrt. the best . uv. e...k.t mii .i nut, a. Uiri;o anj Ioiqii ,v. iu In Ibe Northwest, -.11 -Ia v. a. a MONON ROUTE, - Tickets vl. lb. Mnnnn clpal ticket offlmi. Kor ... I fn V Store Roomjor Rent The large and desirable Store Itoom In Til building, fronting on Main st. U tor rent. Apply to IT. V. ir.l LTOX, StanforJ. tf THliOUGU TRONIC LINE -- It tut. fin ..! .11 ... r.te, rust and luU In .fifth I. WM. 8. UAI.0WIN,O V A.,Chlc.to A. J. O'ltEILLY, U . A., Loulivllle. .. and for the prompt relief and cure of throat and lung diseases, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is invaluable. Mrs. K. O. Ederly, Council Bluffs, Iowa, writes: " I consider Ayer's Cherry Pectoral a most Important remedy for homo use. I have tested Its curative power, in my family, nuny times during tbe past thirty years, and have never knowii It to fall. It will relieve tho most serious affections of the throat aud lungs, whether in children or adults." John II. Stoddard, Petersburg, o Va., writes: "I havo never found a equal to med-lclu- SOUTH -- & WITH- WEST KENTUCKY CENTRAL 1. 1, BUILDERS ATTENTION! lurn-ber- ln W are uow prepare! to furnish all kinds ot mills. the rough and "lent, for planingcelling, drewed flooring, Keep constantly on hand wsather-boardfog, ui)ltie.GraHfl IlolItc.,, Shortest and Qalckest Eouto from Oes waiB.entucKyto all foinU North, East, West and 8outhwest. Fsst Line lletween Pullman Palace Sleepers, liOiilHvllle c.. a. lowest prfce,. doors, sub, blinds, moulding f & , BTCALy. Atlanta, to NiiHlivllle, jnciuplilrs FOR SALE0R RENT. -- MY IIOU8I3 AND laOX-O- n Danville Avsnue, In Stanford. The houMtoD' I'UJtu. Uint 7 room, ceiiar bum buggy house, - wn-hri -.td.atabte with 0 atalU, v.....- -, nouses nuu ow-u.- .. coal ana smote new and In good rerair. Enquire 5- .HoiitKoiiior'. IWctT I.KXI.VOTO.V A CH.YCI.VrVATI Bchedule In Effect Oct. Mobile and liUlleRocu, OrlcaiiH. SODTH-notlH- II, ISM. To-- . Ex. Hun. V. Dally 8 10 ttb.U Ex. 8un. 2 til n m 4 37 n m ml 6 IS pm a 17 p m S ff nl." "Whatf Cherry Pectoral "I AYER'S Only one change to points In -t J. It. POSTED. !, wprfH. lilMUMAtit Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Becking homes on the lino of this roid will receive special rales. Lve. Covington.. - Arr. I'arla..... ' Lexington.. Arr. WlucbMtr.. Lve. I'arla. .. " Crntblaui. ii w a m It 40 am 12 : puj tUioii 8 10 a m at dip 10 pro 1 300pm II dip :"J luiwunn arc:iIUwly hfi ee Agents of this Compiny lor rates, routes . Lve, Kictiuijul, . ., 1 05 p iu through our farmj, without Ac, or write C P. ATMOIIU, ). I'.AT. A , tn any way l.y passing Arr. litres 3 Vi n in visiting or on bBilMu with ' l.lvlnit'in.. .. A ooa in .pulsl permit, Louisville, ky. ou. us or those iiTing on our eipcct piosecutlon to the extent oj, Noirn-BoonU,V Wcthe unJmlnned (tlte P'! notice 7' that our lands ' ' Hlchmond Lancaster II a.1 a in II CI pm 12 to mu II til Ji iu 2 00 p ui , 3 13 pin 0 0J p in 8 2.5 pm 10 p ci i.) pnr . eset4 ... ,;."?'" ' 8C.U HANIFOUO IUWIN. iTi?Z 1 ty-- 9a .iWT -- V rN. v. No. 11 I No. S W 8 I No 1 3 Dr. E. Office J. Nickorson, Lve. Livingston ... I " Merita. Arr lUcbiuou'd ... Lve. Rowland Physician and Surgeon, at Cential Hotel, Danville, Ky. Hreck-enrldg- e, "I Piles nud FlHiulu Periectly Cured. No Knifo, Llgaturo or Caustlo Usod. Treatment Mild. No Detention', From BnaineiB. Ko Arr. Itlchmond ... Lve. Itlchmond 6 01 a m Arr. Winchester, ... 7 03 a mt g CD aro Arr INirls Lve. Leilnglon -- . 23 a m Lve I'arla 20 a m ' Cyntblana S3 a m " Kaliuoulb .33 a m Arr. Covington w. SO a tn 1 " Lincaiter .....;.. .., - II 10M am ill,. ml ,... lis 7 13 n mi 8 03 am! 11 00 a iu 1 23 p m . 1 2.3 3 M 't 8 3 4 0 40 30 58 4i. am. am. p p p ji m 4 20 pm m' ft 29 pm in 5 51 pm iu 6 57 pm 00 jmii 8 43 pi.i M.VYSVlXI.i: UU.t.'tsjJi, .Dally Dallr ihx. Hun. Ex. 8un. no. 01, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral PHPr-AHE- Swift's Specific Nostii.Bocsd. M no. k 0LUBBIM RATES. Caro Certain nnd Permanent. Cure, No ray. Special Attention alio Given to Chronic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, As well as all Diseases peculiar to Women. Charges moderate. Dr. N. can be consulted free ofebarge and will be found at his offlco at all times lor tbe next three months. Br permission he refers to the following gen tlemen: J. 8. Bosley, O. A. Lackey, a. Irwin, Htaniord, mr, JUilgeu, iorawurvuy, n , P. Teiunte, John M, Spoonamore, Sim Cook, Dan. J. A. Hogle, HuittnTllle: 11. O. Title. Ky.; la nature's.o-- n remedy, made from roota gathere-- l Lve Covington uxtngioa....: Irom the ToresU of Georgia. Tbe method by which . Iff. ; balf-brer- d from tbe It la made was obtained by a Carlisle Creek Indians who'.tnhabtted a certain portion of ,. .Inhn.nn ,7 ""- - ,7, Georgia, which was communicated to one ol th in.tTiiiB early settlers, and.thus tbe formula has been banded down to the present day, Tbe above cut rep BODTH-BotlHresent the method of manufacture twenty years ago, by Mr. C, T. Hwlft, one of the present propriLve Msysvllie... etors. Tbe demand has been gradually Increasing 11 Johnson " Carlisle until a 1100,000 laboratory Is now necessary to sup-pl- y 11 MlUersburg A foreign demand has been created tbe trade. Arr Paris and enlarged facilities will be necessary to meet It. " Lexington, " Covlnnlon This great ::.::::!"7"23im 8 20 a m 8 10 ' $S 23 nm pm Dally Dally Ex. Hun. Ex. Baa fl 9 in ' ,.. tn a m l n ZZ n. - 07 p' m I" wo - ra 50 a m 7 60 p ta No. Ai TfoTST I 8 43 a m 2 43 pm 27 a ui S 28 pm 7 2(5 a in s 23 pm 7 48 a in i 47 pm 8 is m m C 1.3 11 ra iu a mi 0 10 p m HSOam) 8 43 pm OWin-chsst- r. al 11 exj-eni- id. i 'I Not. Trains S a 4 are dally between Lexington and Covington: other trslar arudallv except Sunday. ci'aes Direct connictlons are made at Winchester with Chesapeake A Ohio for Mt. Sterling. Ashland. Caucor, Catorrli, Scrofula, Eczema, Ul- Huntington, Charleston, W. Va., anJ Eastern clt. cers, llliotiuiatisin, Wood Taint, Fait Line: Nos. 8 and 4 run via Winchester. Solid Trains, wltb Pullman Sleeping Cars betweia otherwise, without tbe uso ol Mer- Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and Wlncboitei Il.rrdltary or Rt. and Washington, D, C, nuuon, j. o. lioummu, " cury or I'otaab. Through ileksts and baggage Walker. C. O. Chrlsman. Klrlmtllle. Ky.: J. 8, Books on "Contagious Blood rolson"and "Blood destination reached by a rnllrnad. theckoJ to any Johnson, BryantiTllle, Ky.; J P. Daniel, McKIn-ncB. P. II. MOUSE, W. JI. WHITTLIV1EY, Bosley, Lebauon, Ky., Of o. Iw-I- s, and SUn Diseases" mailed free. Ky.; J. Paaaengcr Agent, Trav. Paw. Agent. CampbellsTllle, Kt.j A. A. McOlimls, nowlln Kor tatoby all druggists. Covington, Ky. .1 Lnxlnzton. W. Hughes, Green, Ky.; Geo. Bohou, Judo THR HWIFT RrEClKJC CO., c. w.swTif. 11. w. kuliVeb i ky Ky.;C. C Sbuio. ' Harrodibur,:, fenurslMinagr, brawtr 3, Atlanta, On. (Ion. ! Ay JJ.Y Vegetable Blood Purifier t. le, . uhui-.iici- y; (. l,iJJ;i It i