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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886100801 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 1886 $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. Stmt Wumw nUtUi lumfml & VOL. XIV. To STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1886. Letter From Lourel. tbe Editor of tbs Interior Journal. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN NO. 166. II. K. TAYLOR, COUNTS RELIGIOUS. Is a Caudfdste or and high schools have been E d. J S. Sweeney has been elected for Or LOO AN COUNTY. Tubllc Instruction, the office Stolen, from my pasture oa tlio Smorast roa.1, subject 7 ofSuperlntendeat of miles from Crab Orchard, on Mcnday night, tb e MoWnOHTEB, Ojt. 5. As I haTe been united and are now being-- taught in the the 17th year to fill the pulpit ol the Chris to ths Democratic HtiteCoarentlou. Aim mat., a nam uau tnare, ayoui 10 nanua quartered in this portion of Liurel county College building. SimeOO odd pupils have tiun church high, 8 ytara oid, bai a acar on left hip like a at Paris. burn; small whits apot on Uft sldo made by sad-dPttbllthtil TxtcmUtua atul frtdayt for a month and having been to a consider- been enrolled on the books. Mrs. Tarraut We received n teleifram from Louis-vilscald. I will give rswtrd of 21 for hsr re-- AT ! turn to mo. able extent associated with quite a number has employed Miss Elmunds, of Louisville, tr. It. MIA IISKB8, jesteiday from Eldsr John Bell Gib-su- n rontofflco, Crnh Orchard, Ky. 16M of its citizens, and on leisure days travers to assist hei; the Utter teaching tho public baling thai a protracted tnesllni; will A Talusble Stock Farm contalnlu; 319 Acre 1 ed the counlrr orer. I wish to ear romtthine school and tbe form 9 r the co!lejlre defrom Crali Orchard on the Slanlord begin at tbe Christian church r.eit Sunday. situated mile . understood If wswcdu" last 11.30 "I"! pike. Pected and demanded. and roms o7or same, Ths two new itoro-roiIof tho citizens and of tho section up this partment. asEd G. W. Yancey, of Lsncsslcr, will In Slanlord, oaEoathnt.lo of Mala street, built br Iam dally opening on elreant llneol Fall MillinVTIiy. 1UC fCUHC ntu Ul mo UJun uuflfim -- Mies Mollio Brooks will b;g!n giving sist Owiler Hon &110 lae oricic rwninnre in wnica in the services. ery, Including all the pator I am now llTlni, ble nature, kind and obliging one to anjiit.otrsitKV, art leseons to a cUss cf young ladies nt her W. P. WALTON. At the trial of Elder Jasper Grubbs be . 1 Ky. Stanford, The Latest Novelties of tho Season. other, frugal and iudtulrioue; quiet and homo ucxt week. She is a fine artist and fore the Chrisiisn Church, of Sugar Creek, Alto Kotlont, inch as Handkerchief!. Collara peaceable, and little or no trouble brows all who desire to lake le'sans would du well he was scquitlpd, though the opinion of the and Cult, Ituchtng, Coricta, Buitlei, etc. You to their to patronizs her. A few days ago w were among them. The latcu-strluKind Advice Appreciated. 3tore-Iloo- m will and me at ths rooms lately vacated by SmiSTor church wa that he was indiscreet. The ley A Warren, next door to the Myora House. EJItor and Prohiblllonlet P Hall Pack- doora always hanss upon tbe outside of shown a large plc'ure wh'ch eUe is now lCt2m consisted of lying down in n stale-roaICITE liVOOr.ltAIt. IN STANFORDrrcently wrote a letter of their darcHlnc. and though ho be a stran palming iu all an I whau fi lisue! ..Ii ba a er, of Seabrleht, on tho steamer Hornet with n young , The Hajdtn the teit In Stanford, advice to James O, D ainr , and Imi just Rer in their midst, ho is ever a welcome worthy speeluion of her talent and aiiiiy . Udy with whom ho was travelinz and who in location an t arrangement. Apply to received b reply. FollowtuR are Hie let- - guest and the klnde-- l and best of attention linger- was in his chrrgo On last Tuesday night, nftcr a dtlcttsburg DemoIF. a. WELCH, glyen him. A kinder and more friendly ing ilineas of csnsumption, Mrj Sam Hazlc crat. MT. VERNON, KY. Urn )CJ St Stanford, Ky. Sir: As people do not inhabit any part of the erth. ton entered tbe world of spirits Her re Hon. JAMtsG.BLAi.sn-.De- ar will preach at Rsv. J. E. Triplctt n This old and Hotol la still mainn frierd and adtnircr of you a i republic The finest and beat of timber and in great maiiu were taken to Lancister on WednesLincoln Circuit Court. taining Its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. next Saturday morning and on an stateim in, and one who worked hard abundance abounds hero, and the whole day nnd interred in the cemetery there Sunday morning and night. The sacraSpecial attention to the traveling public and faithful to secure your election to llie couory is imteldtd with the bertof stone She leaves a basbund and three little chil- ment of the Lord's Supper will be cele- W. W. Jolnson vs. Jecnls Johnton. On petition. SI. XEiriOSJJi, Pro'r, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Ths pstltloners laro this day Clcd their ptl-tlo- o Presidency, allow me to surest that you cosl from 3 to 1 feet in tblckneis. Tho dren to mourn her departure; but not re brated after the morning sermon on Sunla the Clerk's ofUce ol said Court, aaklnz that at once atop denouncing the prohibitionist', soil Is cood. the Und producing from 0 to those who mourn without hope, for they day and all christians are most cordially said Jecnto Johmton bo empowered to use, enjoy, convey for her own benefit ! JLot or you will bur the republican ptrtj so 10 burets of corn to tho acre, and wheat, have tho street assnrance that she wss pre- Invited to participate. These will be the sell and own 01 acquire, lice uoui any property tie may tuo uebta or clalma of her husband, to make contracts, sue and will be impossible. oats and the various crase grow well and pared for death and ready to answer tho deep that rcsurrtclton AsreprctontatlrsofMr. W. TJ. last sermons preached at McKinney before bo aued as a alnglo woman, trade In ber own came for aalo privately hla neat brick Anderson, Ioffer houn and lot of As all good cllixica know, tho prohibition are quite remunerative to tho farmer. It Master's call. and dlipose of her property by will or deed. two arrea on Somtraet ATcnua In Stanford. The s. he leaves for his new field of labor in f It la now ordered tbat notice of laid action be place hai all the necessary improvements and Is a is a!o n fine lobicco county, splendid cause ii ut and ilcht, and U rnpldly - Tbe meeting at the Christian church published tn the Interior Journal, a nswipaper very desirable one. Call on or address me at Stanpublished In Stanford, Ky.. lor tn days. produced in this still continues. We have Uigo congregaNew Jcrey will fva the Prohi- crops, of tobacco belli ford In regard to It. Tbe Northern Methodist Conference JAMC3 P. HAILEY, lt)i-l- l Qulernatorlal candidate thla M'. part cf the country. l'.Jl.JZCIlUUEltTS. lCJ-bition Clerk Lincoln Circuit Court. tion and much interest is manifested, tho' closed its ecssion at Lexingtoa this week McWhotter is a snnll town ju( starting noconfeisions yet. All who have heard and will meet next time in Greenup. In over 30,000 votes, of which 20.000 at lisst MACK BUUCE'3 will be drasvn from tho republican party. up. and is situated upon Hxkcaitlo P.irer Mr. Montgomery p retell are well pleated this district G.N. Jolly, who will live at our puly to and near the county linei of Liurel, Clay with him. Mr. Sim Cook has kindly placFor Gid's sake ailvlsi WHOLESALE Middleburg, is appointed presiding elder; Buggy & Implement House. come out f rjuare for prohibition! We need andJackon. There are hjw soms god ed an organ in the church to bo used dur- H. D. Burnett goes to Highland; J. M. & a new Issue, and on this one alono we can buildinRi in tho place, same 8 or 10 dwel- ing the meeting. The members aro seri Oliver to MiddleburgjB.E. Whiteman to I have now M TVcst Swan Street, Lrtt our par- ling, two dry goodi stores, and goJ one, ously thinking win in both Slate and nation. 0 purchasing it to u;e all Mintonvillr; Frederick Grider to Nlcho-lasvill- e ty, which ha always been the parly of owned by Csptain D, Ii Hou-- e Hud Mo the time. Miss Annie Holmes presides as BUFFALO, N. Y. and W. II. Childera to Somerset. A Pull Lino of Wheat Drills and and proerM?, take up thl question, Wearier & Bolllnir. The bnsioess hoies orfttmint and the sweet music adds much to Jacob Halfpenny was sent to London and othor Agricultural Implements, Ulgheatcash price paid Lt WLIlo Ash, Black aa they did slavery, and settle it forever ai well as dwtllinys are ntw and goad onei. the interest of the meeting, which will conBetides a S. F. Kelley to Williamsburg. Aah, Ited Birch, Cherry, Poplar, Butternut. P. Halt. Packer. Your truly, Chestnut, Oak, Maple, Hickory, Walnut, QuarIt aU) hat a I trg ileim i t mill, also run tinue until after next Sunday. Tbe Lutheran Observer joins with oth- Fall Lino ol Buggies and Wagons tered White and Ecd Oak and Sycamore. D II. Houe, who is a Tery ener Mr. George Jamts has returned frcm er newspaper in advocating changing the P. U all Pack Kit. Em -- Mu Dtnr Sit: by Capt. a. si.xr, buslneM man. 1 hey Louisville with a new stock of goods. Mr. my on hand. In connection Southern Arent, Your of Cih at hand. Thanks for jour getic and Ihoroush time for (he naticnat Thankgiving Day Always plement buslnesi, I will aleo with a Im carry 1E3.U Stanford, Ky. seml-w- e kly in a I at McWhoNur D. C. Payne has opened a new grocery in from "bleak November to golden October." rery kind advice. Yours very respeetful-j- t have a Complete Stock of Lumber, and their postmtster, Majir Cinnon of the Harris House. It says that November wis chosen by the the corner storc-rojJames G BLAisr. Is just one of the best kind of feIlsv. Mr Daucao and wife are boarding at Puritans to bring the day near tbe Cbriel-ma- s Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything ai NEWPORT NEWS & MISSISSIPPI VALLEY, 20. IUn lUniort, Sept. llow, and an attentive nm tv bui'nev, I Mrs. Btrket's and not at Mr. Ward's, as re tims thai it might lake tho place (f Low an any one. THEkot I Lofe to Saw. isabsiutifulsite for the building up of wstk. Mr;. Elizi Carson has that festival, to which they wens opposed. w oil malls allan-dr- r of your patronage, Respectfully , I lofe pooly veil lo quite a town. The valley of tb-- river is rented rooms from Mrs. Clara Singleton But now that all christians obeervo Christ-mo- I solldt a share der youcs manf. Dbat shows dbey rich and fertile hud. lu-iv- r Jr. si. iE and" cone to housekeeping. Mrs. Tarrant thera ie no reason for appointing vlll ncfer make dbem younj man unhab. Cantral railroad his rented and moved into Mits Jennie Thanksgiving Bay so late in tho year. Should the bine's py gotten marrlrt mlt em oompanT ever wish to mike su extension Bjrhinan's house ou Lancaster street, opKenfuclcj'd IConte ISnfit I lofe pooty veil lo raw young mans of its line from 'its prnm ttruilnus the posite the Cjllcge. poa A Kentucky plan'er was so pleaed with ! Louie-yil- lo ahtandin aroundt ji church door. Ten dcr Sinks of the Itounditouefouth, it cn find Wa8hlnglon, Philadelphia and Mrs. Lucien LnUy, who has been con- the acting of a little girl in a play at VHOM IVHEJfCE beobles Tta comin on ll. D t brook dhey no nnro practicable route thin to run up if ow York. that the next day ho sent her a fine fined to her bad for over a week, is now Tho only line running been on der blace. Nick llockoattle river to iu heal an J crou the able lo sit up. Mr. Joe Brooks is down large doll to "amuse l.cr when not at the A'o Traveler Ucturns vimmeos low gap at Hash's Store, whtci is ths di I loofe psoty veil to saw PULL5IAX NEtY SLEEPING CARS with fever, but improving at this writing. theatre." This is the reply he received: ITU Talk dcr sbtrtl ofrr.und been pooty laic vide between the witcn o! Hiskoistle rlv AND 1 ou isq-iitand in a very critical "Kind friend, have juet received your note hla own Interests. Why shouldyou aire one mer ill Lt. SmU buy tbe 50o an oudtondernltc. Djt shows dey bat some er and thi waten cf Goaia cieek; thonca on condition. We are glad to report that Miss and pack ice containing the doll; thanks chant thingforfrom ri tide when To can this la not SOLID do same another for jgc rnosi family. courscMUtness. down Hlack Water, pistlng a little to the Sallia Green is fast recovering from a se- verv much. The doll is very handsome. I J ustlce to yourtelf oryou anouui iwouiu 10 gei jwiu Louisville, Oinoinnati & Loxingtou, Kj. in ine next puco, sheodlenntu dhrink left of Uirbourviile aiJ striking tbeVal I lofo to saw young Poor good are deir at auy price. Novere fall from her hor.se several days ago. showed it to my husband, nnd we think it articles. this more ao than in Medicines. You to Washington Oity, where it ThUky und r )l tdrnnk like dondrr. Dhen ley of the Cu nberlw at or nitr P.neville Connecting In tbe same depot with crossing the creek tho horae's foot will be t;reat amusement fjr me." might aa well pay 50c an ouace lor saw dust as fo Wnlle he dells efsrydicu rat he knows aboudt und Theclllieas are of the opinhn ttat there Inert medicines. Fast Trains for Now York. slippsd, thus throwing Miss Bsllie from the A pjlilUn signed by many thousands of Bournobaslust received Ms Urea stock ol Med you found it pooty quick oudt. from ths The Direct r.outo to would ba but twj short tunnsl fresh from the aiddle Her shoulder was dislocated and persons will be presented to the Legislature icines of all kind. Every articlenicest and cheapLynchburg, Danville, Norfolk and all Virginia manufacturers. lie now has the j lofs tosw young vlmrasns und nuns prerent termlnut of the roid to II ack Wa case articles, Ac, greatly from the fall tho' of n she has su flared and North Carolina Points. next winter, asking the enact- est selection of fancy goods, ahow d!k und Ufa in medin. Dit shorn dhay tor and none from there oa to the Cambsr-lan- d; not teriouely. Ac Thecilebrated LJi'mare's Spectacles nnd eye For tickets and apply to ment of a liw to prohibit liquor sellers glasses a specialty. Tbe best branas ol mixed jour nearest ticket furtheror information, W. MonInlcrejleJ-n- e office address ty. hafc fine feetios'und dook soots and a Goer tlmbir and cnl ronton warranted. Splendid Mr. Robert Callier and his pretty from p'acinR screens before their doors, or paints every can goods, angler' goods, Jewelry, roe, General Agent, Lexington, Ky. artists' owing machine in dinjs dot vas seriousness. wss never traversed by a railroad. bride are now boarding at Mr. Mack ftosins or shading their windows so as to goods, chronios. fiatnta, laniF brushes, bki ol W.C. WICHUAM, II. W. rilLLEH, 2d Vice President, Gea'l Paai'i Ag't. a thousand articles for the I lofeto a.w baohle mtk trtuble mit N. Wilmamj. D. all kinds, stationery, Ilolmei', but intend to go to housekeeping protect the "business" from the public dear grandmas, mat Jen aunts and the smartest baLouisville, Ky. CODICIL. mine plshnew. Dat cauies too dhere lo'e by In the business-- all at Chicsen Times. O i, yes, I et tha repub'ioint of the 8th in a short time. When tho news reached vie w. mit me, und how I got alon; up a here that they had been married in StanII. L. Bourne's New tDru Store, I lofe loew some brobles G'e und make C)njrMiionl diitriot htve hitched Little Tommy, au interesting boy, but Dr. btanford, Ky. M:Creary for Cancels ford, it created nuite a sensation. Mr Djt vas a sign dhey matmgalnitGiv. was humpuRS on Suntay, Henry Fulber and Miss Lura Djores ac timid when left aloaa in a dark room, you batter not venture toa far by his mother to eay in Rot more as a parrel of rigtrdt Ton day F11jw, Concort Grand, comptnieJ them and what surprised in moat overheard recently lo that direction. Tns Ojvirn)r is Tery cudt. bis lonelinsse: "O, Lord, don't let anyParlor Grand, was tint there were not two weddings in next I ioCe to hen tod opnk e'er lay ptd papular and even in Liurel, as republican stead of one. Although Baby Grand, rather late, we ex- body hurt mo, aid I'll go to church in annudder von Djt vas a ehuio tins dLcy astt is, heltgoluj to p)H alarms Tite Sunday and give you some money." Upright Grand, tend to the bride aid groom our hearty November, and dn t you forjet it hafe Rot a coot rebulatlon ilhemself. Square Grand. congratulations and wish for 4bem happiBuck ten's Arnica Sahe. D. X W. The beat Salve In the world for Cuts. Bruises ness, prosparity and long life. We are opening the most carefully selected, tbe How To KKtr Cideh Bwnirr.-Pu- re A Plentiful Lac of Hair. IS WARRANTED to cure Fever and finest and beat stock of Chapped Mr. Frank Fjr, of Dinvile, spent a Sores, Salt Bhcura, Fever Sores, Tetter, Aeue, Intermlttetu or Chill Fever, ewect cider thai Is arrested In tho procrrs Scientists have been asserting for eome day or two here this week. His yislts are Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, PIAXOS AND OKQANS and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. I, Fever), Liver of fermentaiion before it b;coiuta acetic time that tbe cuu of tho future is to be Pencue (or "Brenk-bono- " becomioi: ituite frciuent and if Midam Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money diseases arising irom Complaint, and all Ever brought to this city. Every instiument Is acid or alcohol, and wlih carbanlc acid gee without hair lets barbarous, as it were, the pride of an artist and prices range from 10 to Humor ba correct he will soon take from refunded. Prtco 25 cents per box. For sale by Malarial poisons. 25 percent, lower tnan other dealers ask for the worked out, Is one of tbe most dultuhtful than tho uncivilized nces of the proceedmid't one of our loveliest young ladies Ponny A McAUster. our and art "Harpers, S. C, July 9, 188 Jf. same goods. to Persons ol musical beautiful culture beverages. The follow. o rcientlBo meth- ing ages Straws continue to show that , cultian inspection the JfrAaf Can Be Done ? Will our young men permit this? Aleo "For eighteen months suf-erc- d are Invited tone and attlctofdesigns ot these celevated, refined Its ewsetnesf. According to a prirntUts are tight. od of treating clder.preerves By trying again and keeping up courage many Mr. Hlnai in, Danville, paid 0. O a Hying with Chills and Fever, brated Instruments: mstlers by fermenta writer in Popular Science IS per cent, of When impoMlbls may be attained. Kimbc, tho Fa visit. He had batter ba careful, else a things seemingly having Chills every other day. Tho Worlil-rcHoniie- il tion are being converted Into alcohol, if a men at a Paul concert were bald, while on- Crow will attack him. Mr. and Mr?. John Hundreds of hopeless cases of Kidney and Liver mons Decker & Son, the Poimlar EvComplaint have been cured by Electric Bitters, After trying various remedies tight Into the ly 12 percent were without haii on their bent tube he Inserted air Biichatun have gone on a vis.t to relatives after everything else had been tried in vain. So recommended to cure, used a erett and Uto llcllnblo Xetr England buoR, with the other end Into a pail of wa- heads at a Sullivan prize Ght. Thus does in Vermont. Misd Annie Soot', of Jean- - don't think thero la no euro for you, but try ElecPianos, bottle ofAycr's Ague Cure, and ter, to nllow the carbonio acid gss evolved advancing culture do away with La'r. tric Bitters. There is no mcdlolneao safe, eo pure mlno, Is the guest of Miss Belle LivingTho Celebrated Olongh and 'Warron and have never since had a chill. without admltllnc any nlr into to An lutcreeting leU has been made which ston. Mr. and Mr.'. George Mcllabcrts, of and ao perfect a Blood Purifier. Electric Blttcra EDWIN HAUVER." tbe John Church tz Co, Organs. will euro Dyspepsia, Diabetes and all Diseases of the barrel, a baversc will ba obtained that ehowe trat beards also ure disappearing be Rush Branch, epeni several days this week tho Kidneys. Invaluable In affections of Stomach rnEPARED BY Fleaso communkalo wilh us for catalogues, term is a fit noctar for the ends. A handy way neatH the crush of advancing civilizition. nd prices. wilh Mrs. W. T. Stephenson. Mm. Jael end Liver, and ovcrcomo all Urinary Difficulties. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mast is to fill your csik neily tip to the faucet Gen Bauhnper, looked forward tn the Largo Bottles only 50 cents a bottla at Penny A. S. It. Xi L. J. Uton, Special Aa'ts, Cjsper is visiting in Mt Vernou. Mrs. Stanford, Ky, Sold by all Druggists. McAllstor. whin the cask Is rolled si that the bung Is time when the French should "beard" the W. T. Or KOSU 1;. lUUUAl.u, Green, who formerly lived here, has Get a common rubber tube and German in his den, has ordflted his eo'dieta T.. Penny, Mrs E. M. CarpenA. References: down. Excitement in Texas. arrived and willBpend tha winter with Mrs ter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Moore and James Ileal-leslip it rvisr the end of tho plug in the fau- to let tbttr beards grow. Put the beards Great excitement has been earned In the vlcinl Stanford: Mrs. atsgglo llolmes. Crab OrchCommissioner's Snlo Miry Carson. They rre now visiting in ard; (Jen. W. J. Landraui and Mits Utile Huffty of Paris, Texas, by tho remarkable recovery of cet, with iLe other end in the pail. Then will not ctow. The ambitious private 0187 or13JOyr man, Lancasur, Ky. Danville. Miss Nannie Kennedy is the !dr. J. E, Corloy, who was so holpleas ho could cot o tilui: so'tho cider ctn have com tToltni"Prb'eul'and"Sjcrel" as much turn t. guest of Mr a. Robert Collier. Miss Msygle turn In bid, or raise his bead; everybody said he munication wilh tho pall. After the water n he chorses, but bis be ird still falls to Neirlsud is spending a few dayti with Mrs. was dying of Consumption. Atrial bottle ot Dr. ceases tn bnhhle, bstt!o or storo away. a military fierceness. Ky., and John B liley. Miss Kate Rjbinoon is the King's Now Discovery was sent btui. Finding re rirst National Rink of Stanford Barbuurslllsothers ty. Farm, Field end Fireside. lief, he bought a large bottle and a box of Dr The French havo brcomo too civilized as guest of Mm. Fannie Elmiston. Mr. Porti. Trustees of Union College, Sale In fcqulty. Notice 01 Ktng'aNow Life Pills, and by the time be had shall awo By vlrtuo of a ludjmnt and order of sale of the They Never Strike There Is a class a nation to rn'se whiskers which conquer ter Robinson and family have moved to taken two boxes of Pills and two boxes ol tho DisDfllD & They must hereafter Knox Clrculi Court, rendered at be fceptember Our people covery he was well and had gained In flesh In this country who get tip at five their foes. Mrs. Logan's iuar Stanford. of people term thereof, 1SS0, In the atore at yltd cause, tho by intellect and not by hair. The whole eincercly regret their having moved from pounds. Trial bottles ot thla Great Discovwill, on undersigned o'clock in the morning and who never get Thedlrocl through line and old established routs ery for Consumption free at Penny A McAllatcrs enlightened race might as well become hero. froia back Into bed until ten or eleven o'clock Ootobor 25, 1888, n same fate which has reconciled to the Positive Cure for Piles. Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis An nt night; who work without ceasing the NUMDEK OP IlAIllS IN A HEAD hours or 10 o'clock, a. if. and S the Bstween Mm French army. and all points in the Wost. e To the people ol this county we would say that door in Barbour-vlllp. . at whole of that lime, and rtcslve no other eminent German has undergone tbe enor we have been glvon tbe Agency of Dr. Marcbisl's o'clock Ey., Mtwine tbe county ciurt day, proceed .to A 11 Lege n'udent once translated the to Bt. Louis. emolument than food and plainest cloth labor of counting the number of hairs Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed to Public Auction to the highest bidder, the Two (2) Dally Trains from Louisville Three (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati Lrania gumnatoukallous (heads tnous lollowlng described property, via. Union College . ing. Thoy ttndentand something ol cyery Greek words, beautv). to St, Louis. floe in heads of four different colors. In a to cure or money refunded Internal, External, in Barbourssl le, Ky, Said property Is "the bald head .Krrn of their well and suutantllly built la branch of economy and labor, from finance 140,400 hairs; In a brown, Blind Bleeding or Itching Pllea. Price SOc a box. brick building, nd C'.st about Eight Thousand Only 10 hours from Louisville and Cincinnati ,nn.urn Ht1 to it. Louie. lo the langmge of tbe blonde ho found of tho beautiful A to cooking. Though harassed by n hunhaving boeu creeled tn 181. Bald prop--r 102,002, nod in a red For salo by Penny Me Alltter, Drugjtits. Dollars, 109.410: In n black, you oan rt y will be Td to aatlsty a debt tn farorot tne Tho Only Lino by whioh though driven and proof reader, ltd, let It stand, It is the dred responflbllittes, Wnat the red and black heads IJ.000, got a Through Qlooping Gar Daughters, Wives and Mothers. First Nat Bank ol SMnlurd. Ky., for annum with is most pertinent to our one, 83,740. whiod from Interest therenu at 0 per cnt per was made up, worried, though repioachtd and looked translation We emphatically guarantoe Dr. Marchlsl's bald heads of wanted In numbjr of hairs From Clncloatl to St. Louis. February 1, ISSS. until paw. aim ueu. m i.u they never revolt; and thoy modern lack of hair. "Tne o( the halts Female Remedy, t cure Female Dis- of (ireeu El Utt for SI.0M, with ntervst trom Ju-l- v dowr upon, In the grester bulk of" W. the beautiful" seem destined to become the however, 80. 1831 until psld. Also a debt In fator eases, such aa Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and rPVi C CO 1)11. Is tho only line running can not orgnlz for their own protection. LU3 W. JIVM through irom Louisville generations near at individually, and In all probability the Ulceration, Falling and Dltplacemeut or bearing YV. Sawyers for 9713.10. with Interest from July Also, JJU0J, with Interest and Cincinnati to St. Louis, all other routes being them from their striking feature of the 15, 1883, until paid. Kot even sickness releases were alt pretty tqual in- - weight. It down foiling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Change 0 from August 10, 1866, until paU. and the cost raado up of a combination of small roads. scalps hhnd.- - World. pos's No sacrifice Is deemed too great for is to the iioencHS and multiplicity of hairs Llfe,Leuchorrhcca, besides ninny weaknesses springTrBaMSOK8iLK--Tbl- s sale will be trade on a Railway runs "Did you know that a ciar dealer that bbnda tresses owe the rich color and ing from the aboro, like Headache, floating, Spi- credit of 6 and 12 months, in equal installments. Tho Ohio A Mlsstvlppl trains; LuxuriantPalatial them to make, and no incompetency in any Partilesplng Cars on nUht of their 11 w, a circum- nal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Neirous Debility, Ths purchaser wilt bortsjulrei to give bond with a silk-li- ke charactur the law nearly every time you buy lor Care on day trains: Elegant Day Coachbranch of their work is excused, fco ao loved to dwell Palpitation ol the Heart, Ac. For eale by Drug- approved accurltyljr the payment of the es on all train:. stance which artists have money, to hays the force a d eSjct of a or books or poems are written in trlb claai?'' asked on officer of a Oaxctte upon. Oaicauo Tribune gists. Prices tl and It SO per bottle. Send to Dr. Judgment, btrarln legsl Interest froji day of sale Direct and close connections are mads In UNIOtt the other day. a'eadfastness. They die In the DKl'OTd with diverging lines by thel). A M. uto to their upon eald property until all A paper at Winston, N. U., publishes a J B. Marchltl, Utlca, N. V., for pamphlet, free. wltn a Hen retained hallway, thus avoiding troblesome transIbopurchase and are eupplanled as quickly as "Well, no, I did not know It," was the bv Penny A McAUster, Druggists. Forsale harness VWuOSTEJ.LOW, fers by other routes. g card by a touor lady which sals forth that does he do it?'1 scribe's response. "How IC4-MasterCom'r l.ox Circuit unit. The Ohio A Mississippi Kallway Is the only line my be. These are the fiance havluu broken the engagement between Louisville, Cincinnati and tit. Louts ago Bhoe "Just this way," pursued the officer. her wives cf the laboring under one management, running all ils them,1 and engage! himself to a trains through solid and In ccusequenco RtTlew. "You call 'or a cigar, the dealer take a between and Leather Is recognised Ftrst-Clabeen dead only When Iiaby was sick, wo pave ber CaatorU, I'.oute bo woman whose husband had handful from the box, apreads them out tween those Cities. between the Is this dlflsrence she feels called on to say to When she was a ChUd, she cried for Castorla, mon.hs," Apply to ticket Agents of connecting lines for There you, and after you haye selected what three full pirtliulars as to rates, time, first "during the ensaKament he When she became Alias, she clung to A WELL IMPROVED FARM, or any desired Information, or writemaps, circulars zealot and the religious mm: The to Castorla, he returns the remainder to tbe the public that you want IIOBT. n. FOHMAN, money from me, which he never When she had Children, she gave them Caatoria, Within a mile of Stanford, containing 100 aires. spends his time b titling for his particular Trav. Pass. Ar't O. A M. IVy. Somerset, Ky. box. Thla ie a Tiolnlion of tho Uw. Tbe borrowed Also "i acres farming land t;w dwelling house. pretending to buy land with It, creed, tho latter spends his In living an W. H. HU ITTUC. W. M. FEABODY. joining. Apply lo dealer has no right to return those cigars paid hsck, RnvnEBTBR, I'm. and Oen'l Mau'gr, O.Ueo. i'us, Ag't, llf; the ono damns all but him to the box, nnd he could bo punished for I don't want him and wouldn't Iiavo him upright Cincinnati, palvation Or IP. V. WELCH. 161-and hli to hell, the other prays since I haye found him out." it." . .- Wallace aruslle. for all mankind- - Oiir public $35 Reward! FOR HXJjIZ ls " MMJNJERY. 101-1- g se ISeiit m Store-ltoom- NEWCOMB MOTEIi j 83-6- m i: Town For Sale Ala-bam- tf TIMBER LUMBER, ta - c ter, m -- ) B intra:. 01 ll BOXJJETIh: u A TRAIN 1 hl PIAIffO Ague Cure I AVER'S t'-- ii I pofi 1 y, -- UNION OLLEGE! O. & M. thlr-ty-a- lx ISPPP! I over-ihko- Monday. Court-Hous- e, 1 vlo-Ve- s pur-cha- se repre-santatlv- e house-keepin- men.-Chlo- o For Sale or Kent. r sa St 4 celebrated her centennial Wediiud&y by the tiring of cannon, parading and speechifying. There were 15,000 people In the sleepy old city, which seemOctober 8, 188(3 ed to have awakened from her, Rip Van Stanford, Ky Winkle nap, and they were welcomed in an address by Judge Llndsey. John Ma-so- n w. P. WALTON. Brorm delivered a memorial address; Maj. Henry T. Slaoton and others read pcems, and Govs. Blohop and Crittenden DEMOCRATIC TICKET. and Senator Vest made short speeches. For ConfrtMt Afterwards the vast crowd charged on gallons of burgoo and other palatable JAMES B. McCREAUY, comestablea and captured end conquered 01 Madison. them. The old lady can now resume her nap, consoled with the fact that for once The democrats of the Gth Kentucky are she did herself proud. of the'true blue, dyed-i- n the wool sort and ClUDDOCK expresses regret that Wiggins' the know how to express themeeUea on met prediction failed to materialist, because he the great questions of the day. They is so old that he will have to go in a few in convention at Newport Tuesday to nomyears and prefers to have lots of company inate a candidate for Congress, and thef to lying in the cold ground by himself with did eo in the person of that tried and true They hlsholrsdanolnzajlg on hts grave, de lUteimm, Hon. John G. Carlisle. lighted to have his hard earned money (o also adopted a platform which is tbe rery spend. But then the Colonel Is a very eel- eesense of democratic faith and teaching. Among other planks is one "maintaining fiih man. The Cincinnati Comnurcial'GauUe is one that there is no authority under the Feder al Constitution for disbursing the money of the ablest edited papers as well as the (mm Kn i?Aiferiit Treasury to the States, or neweiest in the country. We do not like to the people of the States for any other Its politics but we do admire its enterprise purpose whatever except in discharge of le- in getting all the news and presenting it in gal obligations of the government incurred tbe most attractive form. It is a good in the public defense." Xhat arrant aema paper for anybody to take and to the rethe cuber publican reader it is almost indispensable, onffn.8natorBerrT.-whohanatorial bee buzzing so continuously in his Hausell's majority over Golllday in bonnet that he runs off after everything the 3d in 1884 was 2,447, but Dr. Hunter, that ho thiuks will bs popular with the who will be the republican nominee, will masses, whether it is right or not, made a go in this time by 5,000 If Rhea persists in set speech in opposition to the pasjago of his ruinous course. He ought to have the above, but he and three others of a enoueh desire for democratic success to ac like ilk were all that could be found in the cept one of the three proposals of Halsell. convention to vote against it. This is a The speech of Senator Joe Blackburn in direct stand against the republican measto Slate schools; a reply to that of John Sherman is published ure of Federal aid scheme devised by Senator Blair to central in full in yesterday's Oouriar'Joumal. It is ize power, absorb the surplus and so keep chock full of sound and good democratic up a war tariff in times of peace, and the doctrine and is well worth a careful perusadoption of the resolution by so unanimous al and ponderlng.1 a vote it a subjjet of congratulation to NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. every democrat who does not wish to see There are now over sixty million silver the Constitution overridden and the treasuunder the Rutte of aiding educa- dollars in circulation. ry raided The majority in Todd county In favor tion. Sun continues to fiod of prohibition was 734. Tnz New York Muhlenberg has joined the growing arfault with Cleveland and abuse Garland. my of prohibition counties in the State. In its Monday's issue it says: There is one John G. Carlisle was renominated for offensive partisan, whom it is the Presiget rid of at once, and, in Congress in the 6:h district by acclamadent's duty to doing so. he would bo sustained by hla par- tion. The one and two dollar silver certifity and by honest men generally. The Hon. Attorney General, is cates are said to be the most artistic paper Augustus H. Garland, money ever issued. an offensive partisan of the It is said that Mrs. Langtry got $000 etock offensive to all men with nice sense for signing he name to a certificate praisadminof honor and most injurious to the certain kind of soap. istration and the democratic partr. Mr ing a The treasury receipts in September returned to Washington, Garland has just amounted to $31,686,701, aud in the first after an absence of two months. The b ,t fiscal year to $91,518,999. thing Mr. Cleveland cando forthe adminic quarter of the Fully half of the counties in the State Garland to stay in Artration it to ask Mr. have voted against the legal sale of whisky kansas permanently. and the other half will follow suit in due Judge Halsell seems to be disposed to time, accept any fair means of settling the troubThe city of Charleston will aek the le between bim and Mr. Rhea and if the State Legislature to loan her $5,000,000 to a latter fails to accept one of the three ac:iat in restoring the'p'aca to ita former he makes, upon him must rest status. that tbo responsibility of the election of a reGallatin, Tenn , has just suffered a publican Congressman in the 3d district. $60,000 fire. Tbe fire originated in Tom-kin- s The Judge bes proposed that each submit Opera House and it and several adjabis claim to the democrats of Edmonson cent buildings were d:.,lroyed. and Allen, fVom which came contesting Two hundred thousand dollars in.eil delegations, abide the decision of the State ver dollar?, halves and quarters arrived at Central Committee or agree upon any fair the Cincinnati sub treasury Monday. The means of settling the matter. It is to be installment weighs about 6 tons. hoped for the sake of party harmony and The log bouse in which the war of the party MtcceEa that Ehea will accept one of rebellion was declared ended by Gen. Grant has been sold and will be removed from thce very fair proposals. Virginia and eet up at Grant's tomb. redfulof The Iittlo ban Tbe bollera of the Steamer Mucotte publicans which met at Danville Tue2day the Mississippi river, killing pase-f- d exploded on to nominate a candidate for Congress resolutions for eo 11 persons and Injuring 15 others. The boat terns big toundicg waa valued at $150,000 and la a total Hinall a bedys Among them is one reciting wreck. that tbe democratic psrty has failed to Col. Thomas Todd, of Shelby, the redeclares for its mission; another publican nominee for Congress in this disprotection; n third demands that tbo tax on trict, Is a respectablo farmer, about 65 years tobacco bo abolished; a fourth endoises of age, a veteran of the Mexican war and Federal aid to echcolfl and the fifth an ex member of the Kentucky Legislaagainst the employment of convict lature. bor outside the walla of the penitentiary. Charges have been filed against the reThe government ought to stop for a few publican foreman of the government printo days to fix these things up. ing office that he has been executing work in the establishment to the last issue of the Richmond Herald In tbe Mr. B. J. Newlon announces that he has amount of $10,000. Rounds is also implisold tho paper to MessrB. 8. D. Parrish and cated in the charge. Last year 279,000,000 stamped envelP. H. Sullivan, two capable and popular young men, and bids farewell to his read-er- a opes were sold by the government. They Envelopes which and brethren of the quill. Ho doea not were worth $5,773,000. wo hope in 1869 cost $4,80 per 1,000 and the extra speak of his future intentions, but be hat not determined to eschew journal- letter size that then cost $6 are now sold ism. Ha is too well fitted for tho business for $2.40, D. P. Wallace, the murderer of tho and too univanally esteemed by the craft to he has honored by Logan family of 5 persons father, mother retire from n profession an upright und manly courso for tbe yeara and 3 children was taken from the jail at that he has performed ita exacting duties. Steelevllle, Mo., by a mob and lynched. It an outsider that the came The bitter struggle for the Oongrewi on would seem tofor the summary action. was sufficient al nomination in the Louisville district will Maj. Bond, president of tho Cincinnati end to morrow, after which we hope the some few Southern, will resign on the 15th to become papers of that clt7 will pre3ent of the Chicago, Milwaukee things of interest to the outside world. We & St. Paul. It is said that vice president also hopo that they cm print that Carulh will succeed to the vacant presidenhas won the nomination and wo believe Schiff cy and that Richard Carroll, the present b8 able to do b. they will general superintendent, will succeed GenSome twenty five republicans met in eral Manager Gault. Danville Tuesday, and after nominating The Atlanta city council has passed a Cash Clay for Congress, who declined with resolution permitting the brewery to delivthanks, they bit upon Capt. Todd, of SbeN er beer at private residences. The vote by, who was found to be willing to become stood 10 for beer and G against it. This la a target for Gov. McCreary. The Captain the first decided weakening on the part of is probably the great unknown. the city authorities in the enforcement of The New York Court of Appeals has tbe prohibition law. 'The prohibition leadconfirmed tbe sentence of ex Alderman en are highly wrought up over this practiof the liquor traffic. Jaehno to the penitentiary 'and the other cal boodle" alderman, who plundered the city, It is charged that Mrs; Munday, who Dr. Walker Davis, are trembling in their boots. Several aro with her already under indictment for tbe same murdered her husband to secure the insurance on his life, paid a man named Carter for which Jaebne suffers. of Ltbar in session at to murder CjI. Hawkins, he being the The Knights Richmond, Vs., are considerably stirred up principal witness against her. She, Eikins, Davis are under arrest and over tho negro question, which threatens Carter and Mrs.. ranks of the organ- threats of lynching are made. Davis la now to cause a eptU in tbe Ufa eentence in the penitentiary ization. Thli U absolutely too ,ead entire- serving a of Mnminr. tfr hl pirt In ton VUM-iFRANK70RT Stial-8HttUifntekIottriiaI s Pan-Elect- ric prop-oeitionoffice-ieekipro-testa pri-vateon-in-Ia. p BARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. MARRIAGES. Wr Lancaster. -- Geo. Pal lard and Mies Mittle Eatle7, both of Garrard, were licensed to wed Mon day. .M. n. Klklns. of Rockcastle, and AIM Fannie Cleft, of Garreri, were married by Rev. Goodloe at the clerk's office inura-day. John B.Caenault and MIm Lena Jen nings will be married at Richmond on the 12th. HE cmcmfifATi Dr.R J. O'Mahony, ex city clerk, and newspaper correspondent, was married Tu onlay at Lexington to Mrr. Emma Myers. The marriage of a fine looking old widower and a handsome widow, a few yeara his junior, which the gcesipa said waa to occur Wednesday, did not materialize. Mlia Annette Scheuck, a maiden of 30. haa sued Christopher Mayer, a New York aged 63, for $100,000 damages to soothe her wounded heart, at hla failure to comply with hia promise of marriage, -- Mrr. Christina Walker, a middle-age- d widow of Washington county, eloped with Will May, a boy of 17, to Indiana and were married. The parents of tho youth had sent him to school at Budstown to free him of the widow's blandishments. Col. Nicholas Bmilh, Horace Greeley' is soon to poetically beauteous ion marry again. The object of tbe handsome Colonel's affections is said to be a lovely s region atd wealthy heiress of the of Kentucky, a coutin of J. Stoddard Johnston and a relative of Qon. Cerro Gordo Williams. Th6 marrls ga of Samuel H. Rout to Miaa Lula Denton, of Garrard, waa solemn ized at 3 o'clock Wednesday at the home of R. R. Denton, in Garra.-d- , Rev. R. R. Nod officiating. Mr. J. H. Baughman and Miss Dora Denton were tho attendant!. Aftir the marriage Mr. and Mm. Rout came to Mr. S. Hi Baughman', where they were given a reception that night. Here' wish ing thtm long lives and much happiness. The marriage of Dr. J. M. 0 arena and Miss Mollis Owens was solemnized at the residence of the bride's mother, in this county, Tuesday at 1:30 o'clock by Elder John Bell Gibeon. Mr. O. B. Formau and Mrs. Lou Montgomery were the attendants. After hearty congratulations the new couple left for Somerset, where they'will reside Mies Mollle is a handsome and lovable young lady and the doctor is said to be a moit worthy and promising young physician. the well-know- n In-lablue-gras- WEEKLY or tbe CDln,'lw- and bli family. It ati no GAZETTE!, '" at iurlor in public JUcuHioa a (The Weekly Edition of the Commercial Gazette,) -- Cipt.T.K.Hackley, a prominent and highly respected citizen of this county, living near Paint Lick, wa crushed to death by the K. O. ttain. Toe remains of J. Oarsley Dunn, oi Richmond, were Interred In our cemetery Wednesday evening. Daceased was well and fayorably known In this county. A wandering trlbo of Turka were in town Monday with a couple of performing bears and a countless number of papooses which were slung across the back ot a mule. Mrs. Almira Burnside, a most estlma- blelady of this county, died Thursday mnrnlne at 8 o'clock. Deceased was the mother of Mr. E. H. Burnside, of Stanford, and Messrs. James, Joseph and Allen Burn-sideo- f Eb Cooley, charged with the killing of George Scott, had his examining trial before 'Squire J. 8. Robinson, Tuesday, and waa discharged. The evidencf proved conclusively that Cooley acted In Rev. Geo. O. Barnea and family arriv ed Tuesday andana stopping at the Miller House. Mr. Barnea preached bis first sermon Wednesday morning to a large audience. (Saturday) the Beginning with morning eervlcea will bs discontinued ana meetings held at night instead. Mrs. B. M. Burdett is yietting her in Mason county. Rev. W. 8. Grin- stead was in town Monday. Mr. J. C. Thompson haa gone East to lay in his sup ply of noyeltlea (or ttoe nouaaya. Mr. uac Henrv. who waa thrown by a vicious horse some weeks ago and seriously injured, con tinues very ill. Mr. and Mrs. K. L.. Urin-naof St. Louis, are gutsta of Mra. Dr. Bush. Dr. F. O. Young, of Lexington, waa in town Tuesday. Mr. Peyton W. Smith, of this county, waa married Thursday to Mra. Martha W. Smith, of Boyle. The cer emony took place at the home of the bride and waa performed by Kit. K. K aoel. There floats from the cupola of the Court-Hous- e banner, 20 feet in a blood-re- d with the word "Prohibition" printlength, ed thereon. A similar one, only smaller, is On the street corners on the engine-housand around the stoves in tbe stores are little knots of men discussing the tempeiance question. In fact it is the tonic lust now in Lancaster. J. he good la dles realizing that but little time is left to work, are moving heayen and earth to car- Mrs. Meld, Mrs. liul- rr cce. Rev. Mr. Barney and the Rv. H. Bar ry, colored, are kept busily engaged speak- ing to audiences all over tbe district, ine othereide is not idie.you may b sure. They also are working and both aides are confident of victory when the vote la counted Saturday night. We do not wish to poee as the 7th eon of a prophet, but would mild conjecture that the like to offer town will go "dry" by a light majority. e. pa-ren- ts n, local-optio- nwiprr, nJ dtroteJ to tbe fcwt Inter-m- i The Weekly Gazette Is nirnliheil to lubicrlbm at the low or ONE DOLLAR the leu cnt copy a week. It gtrea all tbe new., with etery dJr.bleuuklm In prlc ahaw. than two TOE MARKET REroUTS are strea In full, end they ere r. telegraphed dally orerour own epectal wlreafwa all tbe leVdlocltl". rtHabllltT. Reports TUE AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT I. one oflbe rreat features o! the Weekly an J I, mo.t to erery farmer. Thli deprtment la edited by thoie of fen, experience. THE CIIIMNET CORNER, deTotedexcluiWely to young people, Ii Tery Interring and Imtructlve. ; rl 0Mffittffi.B, corrcpond, frora ... part, of ,h. Garrard. Tho Contalni eight Vh Scmi-Wcck- ly ;W'elgM .tld n,7J5h.DSU--,i??,U,f,- columni each. and la printed exery Tueiday and FrllUy. ,, ma,w "H" ? rtn not lh Commercial ClaaelU once a week, will ttnd the BemUWeekly an admirable paper u'y Dally Commercial Gazette, Tetma of HuhtcrlpUoa by Mall: One year (omitting Sunday) Thiee tnonthi, " ..M........M........ ...... ft? q 3 One yer (Including Sunday) ... ..........III 00 mx moniuai " " Tore monthi, B SO HINNMtNHtMIHNH Oar Premium WAlWaW ic-- Xilst Watcher, Gold t THE COMMEItOIAL GAZETTE I, Pane,.., Valuable Book. CO., CINCINNATI. BXEKCJIIANT TAILOR. I hate received andetlll rece.Tlng - . New Goods for Spring- and Summer, Comprising the beit In the market, which will be Ml. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. A very large quantity of wheat is now being sown in this connty. The cheap excursion Saturday will take a small crowd from this place. A very nice social gathering was given by Miss Lute Moore in honor of MIm Annie McClure, of Virginia, last evening; almost everybody waa there. Mra. Jael Cooper and Mrs.C. A. Redd, 8r., of Crab Orchard, were visiting here this week. Mr. B. F. Myers and family, of Williamsburg, are visiting relatives in this county. Mrs Fannie Adsmi has re turned from Louisville. David Thompson, of Garrard county, was in town last Gotten Up In 8tyle and Make Sooond to Kone In City or Country. HL". 0. RTJPLEY. Giro Me a Trial. w. m wmiIflit; DEALER IN- - night. Mr. A. J. Johnson and Miea Hannah McColltn, of the north end of tbe county, were married at 1 o'clock pesterday. Mr. Johnson Is a bright young man and showed hia good sense by subscribing for the Iste-nio- n Jouiikal at the same time he procurDANVILLE. BOYLE COUN1 1. ed hia marriage license. We extend to Mtsi Mary McRobena la visiting friends tbia young couple our beat wishes. By the way it is said that a young attorney of this in Brldgeton, Mo. Mr. Murphy, of Chicago, is puttlnij up place ia to get married about the middlo of gas works In the rear of the Gilcher Hotel next week. Bjt you must not say anything W. B.JteK.NNEV, ) building with the object of lighting the ho- about it, because we promised not to let'. JOHN SaleaB. UIUOIIT, gas. young lady ia a resident of this placr, The tel with of but is away at present. To day ia tho day for the soldiera at Perryvlllc. Capt. Ges. Federal A Card. H.Dobyna, of this place, a member of the To the Editor of tbo Interior Journal. reception committee, informs your coircLancaster, October 6. Having been spondent that probably 500 yoterant will frequently misrepresented regarding my in be present. tentions in reference to tbo local option is Albert Bailee and Wm. Butler, the onsue, I take this method to vindicate myof felony at the ly two persona convicted Dealer. l Una jf self. While I haye gone astray, to some late term of tho Circuit Court, were taken extent, by tbe me of intoxicating drink, I The former to Frankfort Wednesday. am, nevertheless, aware of the fact that goea three yeara for manslaughter, tho latI alone am responsible. If the good ladles ter one year for obtaining money by false and gentlemen who are conducting Mr pretenses. movement cm show me anything better Dr. Clopton, an old physician and thno the word of God and tho church in Danville specialist, who used to come to which it is preached ,to prevent all crime, something near a thousand jeara ego, is I am ready to join them. If they hav a in town. It la said that Col. W. F. Evans codo of morals superior to tbat taught in will never forget him, and that the late the good book, I am ready to purchase it. Wm. Brewer retained a viyid recollection Then if they have not, why don't they ad of him as long aa he lived. D:. Clopton Is here to the best of all codet? a dignified old gentleman and a good phyWe all admit tbat intemperance is sician. - wrong and temperance is right; but the Rav.JJalcom Ayres, a colored preachwhy is er'of the Christian church has bonjjht Geo. same taught in the bible. Then property on West Lexing- leave the church and admit thereby that it W. Doneghy'a has failed to accomplish the end for which ton street for $2,100. Malcom has lived in It waa made by an omniscient God? Why Lexington for a number of yeara past. In leave the church and fireside, good Isdies, alave tlmea be belonged to the late Dr. to talk of thlsmattei? 8amuel Ayres, of this place. He Is a good Admit tbe fact that the abuse of whisky preacher and a man of Influence among is n great manner of condemnevil; but-tuhis people. NVRICEYN,ing it is not proper. Stay with holy writ W. K.. Argo, The marriage of Profe-so- r until you fiod something better. I wish of the 8tate Institute for Deaf Mute?, and we were all better. If this is a church Miss Belle Chenault, of Louisville, Is an- work, open tbe doors for confessions and nounced to take place at tbe residence of the salvation of souls. Consistency. Mr. Richard Given', the bride's grandfath Gralu, Wool, Heeds, Foetl, Coal, Limibcr, er, this evening at 6 o'clock. The bride Is At the meeting of the stockholders of daugbtor of Professor William Uhenault, Louisville & Nashville railroad in Louisa of the Louisville Law School. Rev. C. H. ville Wednesday, the old board of direclota B. Martin, D. D., of the Second Presbyte-rla- n were unanimously re elected with tho exChurch, la to perform the ceremony. ception that August B'Imont, of New Mr. B F. Phillips returned last night York, was substituted for Mr. J. II. of tbat city. Tho new directory from Newport, where he haB been visUfng hla little daughter, who fell and Uroxe her organized by the election Eztein Norton, arm. He reporta her doing well. Hon. of New York, as President, in place of M. Wm;H. Terr and Miea Fannie Tarr, of II. Smith, and Mr. Smith aa Vice Presi DRUGGISTS AND PHARMACEUTISTS. Wellsburg, W. Va., are visiting Rev. Bnd dent. Mr. Smith' duties will be the same Clemens House. aa lioretofore. The total earnings of the Mrs. R. G. Noland at the Mr Tarr ia tbe father and Miss Tarr the road for the year was a little over thirteen sister of Nrs. Noland. Mrs. Wm. Warren millionn or about the same as last year. DEA1.I31W JN Georgia held her State election will leve to day on a visit to her sister, DriigN, Wall Paper, Wines. MiiNivnl and as usual rolled up a big dem 1100KH, fjuctmealH, IiiHirtinmom, Mr?. Plttman, of St. Louis. i.iqtior Ntatloucrj, 1'aliit.s, rizaw, ocratic majority. There was no opposition Packet Horse racing In New York State seem TolmccoM, OIIh, Noiiiin, Cutlery, Ahvahadl(sday. The great fall meet to the State ticket headed by Gen. Gotdon, Perfumery, liUmiis, Flro Arms, Muehln There will be one republican inkthe Senate Xoctllut. ing of the Jerome Park Association has and fourin the House. It is stated that there Our Jewelry, Sllvcnrnro ami Optical (Jooils Department In In Charpo of Col been discontinued on account of tho refusal TI103. U'cliards, wlio will Itcimlr nntelies ami Clocks promptly ami lu tlio beet will not be moro than fifteen antl prohibiof the authorities to nljow betting, on the style. tionists iu the entire Lcfrislatiiri. Hardware, Farming Implements, J Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cement, Elevators, Puiiips, Oider Mills, N &c. WE & M EWEFEE ti-l- Farming Implements and Machin ery, -- Spring Wagons, Buck Boards. Farm Wagons, Efc 1 M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, & STAGG, Stanford, Ky. f ey Smi-WcMuUriorJour- J, wines loiny tuui ue Clark Tiudaj, 01 the snine place, bought Fnnm ALrx. i.U8i:, not only did sot Risk the prohibition com 23 at 54 each and 10 yearlings at $70. way and at any time at J T. HairU'. Inatton for Congress, but did all in his Hogs are selling at 4 to 4o in Clark coun Metcalf & Foster's is the plaos to buy power to prevent the nomination of any ty. Democrat. Stanford, Ky., October 8, 1886 your Stores. They nie headquarters on all body. . The prediction is made by John P. Su " cIabm of goods. A count of noses showed that there were John that the republican party wont carry A new and bnndsoms stock 0 fall goods fust three o(eriwloQs prohibitionists for B. O. WALTON. Business Manager. taBttinl888. ban jest been received by S II. Shanks. making a Congressional nomination In this It is said that the President is going to Call and examlno them, district. The rest of them aro well enough turn every man out of office who has viola L.AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. as ted the civil terries law or disregarded the The valuable mill property near the dt eatltued with Got. McCrmr, who is Mall tikla going North ......... .........M.M 1 00 Ft SI. good a temperanoa man as the next one. order pertaining to participating in poli PklUIB MIIIIItWt MMWMWl. .V pot is oQered for sale at auction Oct. 25 by " Kxpmstraln" Bomb.--..........- ... tics. l 21 it u, the assignees, I. F. nubble and M. C, i ii ii K0lbHMm4W4HmMt4H 2 18 A. M. DEATHS. The Utah CDtnuiiesiooers reported Dealer In- Ttott Ii20caloulatod on etandard list. Bolar Saufley. si n Mrs. George Blackerby, the aged moth that the only imucdintc, effective remedy ! About minutes Ititaii We are indebted to our friend, Mr. O er of Mr. Thomas W. Blacketby, died yes against Mormonim would be the use ol B. Engleinan, for a dispatch telling of the terday of paralysis. She was highly es- the military but id I thai the sense of mod LOCAL NOTICES. killing of Opt. Hickley and full particu- teemed by all who knew her. ern civilisation will nut permit the emBoy your School Hooks from Penny A lars by mail. The news of the death of J. Owalsy ployment of btyonuis agtinst women and McAlistcr. W ATCitra and Jewel rjr repaired on thor The Lebanon Standard figures tnat Capt. Dann at his home in Richmond carried children. lotlco and warranted by Penny & McAljs W. W. Sweeney,'wbo ba been running on sorrow to tho hearts of many friends here Very uly rumor come from Cilifur r. the L & N. for nearly 30 years, has cover who a few short years ago looked upon him niain retard to Mineignor Capel, the A ooMt'LETE itock of Jewelry, latent des Catholic who made reputation in the style. Rockford watches it epoclalty. Pen ed a million miles. The Captain himielf as a young man of great promise and ays the calculation Is fully a half million tined to make his mark in the mercantile Eist m a lecturer. He not only has been oy i MoAlteter. Oon Drug Department ! complete, with short. This la equal to 00 times around world. They remember too under what known to be drunk, but he has broken up Pare Goo! at prices as low ai tho lowest. the globe. aueplcout snrroundings he led to the altar, the home of a prominent ranchman by Penny A McAlieter. Rnd highly accomplished Miss his wife New Firm. Mesus. John Johnson and the lovely (otmed a partnership to Julia Craig. The one is now a corpse, the Frank Rout have PERSONAL. "I ofpot yon often want something to while yet aldo a general carriage making and repair other a grief stricken widow, fill up your paper witL?" said a man, com bloom of life. The dispensaMisj Ukllw. Boujine Is vliltlng In business at Mackvlllr, Washington county, most in the tions of Providence are sometimes past the log into a country newspaper office with a Kicholurille. and tbey have gone thither. "Mr John communication on a patent, Mr and Mrs. T. R. Walton went to son's wife and daughter lelt Tuesday for understanding of man. Blaesed is he that harrow of his can always feel that He doeth all things duplex, Louisville yesterday. their new home. well. Mr. Dunn had been in bad health own Lavaotion. "Oa, no," said the man of Dn.J. W. Dickejuon hit returned to The livery stable firm of Carpenter & for some time and at the time of his death the quill, "the paper is full enough. It is h!i office at Williamsburg. at Huetonville, has dlesolvtd and was suffering from an attack of hemorrhage the editor who wants something to fill up Gov. Jas. Q. Qivenb has been elected Glvtns, to close up their bminess will sell their en- of the bowelr. Being very restless his phy- witb. This will make four columns and to the Louisville 8ohool Board. otty-two dollars, please" Mns. Jennie Tyler, of Louisville, is tire outfit on the lC'.b. It embraces a num sician gave him a dose of morphine, which two sticks -fber of good road hotses and baggies and in was repeated on its failure to quiet Middletown Transcript. thegneat of Mrr. Jatnci Pxton. they will sell their fine stallion, him, he finally sank to s'ecp About 5 Mr8. Alice Bwope, o( Henderson, Is addition How Ii your bloodf Uie Green 8ruparllli. Welchmont. See "ad" in another col o'clock Tuesday morning his wife became For mil by McKoberU & BUfg at tl. visiting her father, Mr. J. L. Dawson. umn. Mrs, A. A Warren and Mrs. J. alarmed at his heavy breathing and sent Use Orra Oough Malum for coagba and coldi. The trains have been loaded for a week for her father, who did not think the cir- Ptlo- - 60s. For aale by McRoberta A Stags. Portman went Loulavtlle Wednesday. Rev. and Mrs. Joun M. Bruce lelt taking moonshiners nnd witnestes to the U. cumstances alarming. An hour afterwards Qreto's Electric Oil cures all ache anJ paloi. this morning to visit relatires in Missouri. 8. (hurt at Louisville. It is getting to be the heavy breathing ceased and upon ex- .For sale by McBol rta A Stagg at 50c. Dr. J. B. Owsley is in Louiiyilte in a regular business in the mountains for men amination he was found to be dead, the Orosa's Golden Balm, anre enre for Catarrh at '. . . the interest of his pork packlog establish who want to get mileage and a free ride to physician pronouncing that death had been 50c, at McRoberta fc 8tagg'f. Louisville to trump up charges of illicit caused by paralysis of the heart. The raent. Dr. Joun M Feland, of Btth coun whisky handling sgatnst some poor fellow IKTf ADTKBTJHGHERTK. were brought to Lancaster Wednesty, is the guest of bis father, Mr. A. M. ami have him taken thither only to be day and laid by those of his relatives that cleared, after costing tho government many had preceeded him to the tomb. His young Feland. wife came home with her sister, Mrs. J. E. Mr. W. II. Mordock, a clertr adver dollars. tiling agent of Le Roy, N Y., was here ) Bruce, and Is now with her. If tender BTATE CF KENTUCKY, Logan, a Bad Neoro William COUNTY OF LIHCOLN. t Ect' yesterday. negro boy, was tried before Judge Car- sympathy can amnage her grief or make it October Term, ISM. Dr. and Mrs Hucih Rcid are reced- son yesterday on a charge of attempting to less poignant, she has the consolation of Tbs following Ii a copy of tbe order paued by ing dead-load- s of presents from their nu rape Ellen Carter, a negro girl of about the knowing that in the home of her youth and tbt LlBMtn Coantj Court at its present Octobsr ISM: meroui friends. same aje, and held in $103 to the circuit young maidenhood all hearts are turned to Term,motion ol M. C Portman. On Ei., lt la Mr 8. L Powers is back from New court, which of course he could not glye. her in the hour of her terrible bereavment that from and a tcr tbla dt tho overseers ordered of the dlQ)rent public roada In this county bo required Yorl and it daily receding dead lends of This Is the same boy who was with Will to tba number of houra consumed by U ctrUfv LAND. STOCK AND CROP goods purchased while there. MrtowTurnlshlrjg teams for hauling whilst workGoggins when he was killed and 'got out of ing saW roada for the county, time In going to aod Miss Minnie Dinwiddie, of the West the cieo by swearing that the boy accidentNovember wheat is heavy in Chicago returning home from the place to be considered. And ltliordmd that tbla order be End, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Facnie ally shot himself, though it was generally at 73J. twice In the Imtkkior Jourxal and that SCO Dunn, ar.d other relative here. is being delivered here at printed hand bllli be made for circulation amongit New corn believed that the shooting was done by Wdorrerieeri. Dr. L. F HurrMAN did not arrive him. $1 25 per barrel. Aepy. Alt.: GEO. It. COO I Kit, Cltrk Llucoln County Court. C till yesterday, when from Asberille, N -- E. P. Woods sold to W. M. Lackey 8 1(6 It the dl. Mr. W. O T1h!!Rki v hii wife returned witb him, much impror . II mole colls.at $45. tiller man, who was arrested on the day of ed in health. The tobacco crop of Maryland was cut Mrs. Q R Hardin, who has been via the prohibition election at Crab Urcnard, short 10,000 hogsheads by the frost. FOR SALE. was present there for trial Tuesday, but no itinc her sister, Mrs. Cipt J. W. Rose, at A New Orleans firm bought 40 2 year- witness appeared against him. The charge LTarlog determined to wind up our partnership ! Greemburg for several weeks, returned old mules in Harrison county at $150. buslneas and dlatolre tartnerahip, we will on was that he had furnished money to buy home Wednesday. J. F. A B. G. Gover sold to A. Camen Saturday, October 16th. 1886, Fite bold fuliermcn left for the Cum yotts. His attorney, Col. W. G. Welch, isch 2 feeding cattle at 4s, was not an otlenss unOgerforsale to theblgheit bidder all of our Llr- berland Tuesday Tom Wherrltt and Lt. moved that as that Fully 40 per cent, of tho tobacco crop Uutnt, and it the case be dl'tnia-e- d itunion iconsisting ol 10 head ofgoodbr Oeldlngi , McFarland, of Lancaster; A. 8. Myers, J der the law, in the Hopkinsville section was ruined by jcarg old, Weicbmout William JOE F. WATKK8. wa- was so ordered. We learn that there 31. O. WEAItEX. Welch, , maam uy Aimoni jr.; 2 Drummer n ae C. Hays and J. B O arena, of this place. the frost. ons or Hacks, 3 Hprlnz Warone. I Phaeton. 7 cood never much in the charge and that the ar Boggle, 4 as roo ai new, two tho chaperonace of Mr. John Wagon. 8 Under Tom Stone has left with D. R. Carpon icts of single Harnoss, 3 tetaof light procured more for effect than for double HarV. Alcorn, Mrs. J. C. real wra M. Reld, Mr. J iinmi-tatio- n ness, 3 seta 0! Wagon Uarneai, all comter a beet which is nearly a perfi-c- t pute; 2 bkelcton Wagoni, a lot of Ualters, Ac, a Hays and Mtea Miry Held and Annie profocullon. of a rat. 101 0101a corn in crib, 300 or 400 tmihels ShellAd nv the Cars Captain T. K Oata, lot Aicorn went to LmiavlIIo Wednesday. Killed Bright A Van Meter, of Eminence, and a lot olof Bhesl 0ta and Hay, 2 Buggy Poles Limy Tools. citiiin of the Paint sold 55 head of Shorthorn cattle at $7,425, TKRJIS.- - Credit nl 4 month on Mr. A L.Jonas, the compotent civil Hackler, a m'o. pa) able lu Huitonrllle Bank, with 8 per cent. engineer nf Somenct, has just accepted the Lick neighborhood, was killed at that sta an average of $131. -J'"aw'TSSwT- from date. All tunia under SI", cash In position o( engineer fjr the Jellico Moun tion Tuesday morning. He got on the K. Dim. At Danville, V., during the year No property remored until terms aro comcllid tain Coal Co and the Standard Coil C , C. train at thb depot to talk with a passenpounds of tobacco were sold at no wltn. bale to commence at Do'clock. These that are Indebted to tbe firm will p'ca-- e ger and remained on it while it backed to aTersge of $9 41 per cwt. both of Tennessee. call and settle their accounts by th.t day. The West Had Icse n csuplo of its the tank for water. Instead of getting cfi ieo.it C. E. Butler sold 27 head shorthorns CAiirvxTjan a but citizins in ttie departure of Mr. and there he waited to jump on the station plat at auction in Lsxlngton at an average of Mrs. John O. McAlisler (or their future form, and in doing to was jerked around $140 and V. r. FOIt SALE, sole M at an average home at Eaula, Texas. We hope that they againet the car, Lis head striking it and ofSGO. wilt Cod as many warm friends in the causing him to fall between the platform The Louisvillo cattle market U a da Je and tho track. He was fearfully wounded, stronger and prices run from 2 to 4; hogs Lone 8tar State a they leave in old KenIn Stanford, gy. but lUo J in great agony for eoveral hours. are active ar.d firm at l to 4 35 for bes ; tucky. As Assignees ucderadefd of truat. ol IL T. Ha leaves a wife and several children, some sheep more In demand at 1 to Rett Mattlngly, tbe undersigned will LOCAL MATTERS. of them grown, to mourn his untimely hogs in Chicago are quoted at $4 65. On Monday, October 25, 1886, death. Col. Ben Campbell, of Mercer, has purTimothy Seed, the best quality, at Met-cal- f " A Foster's. The Court of Claims allowed $S00 per chased rtcently for Messrs. P. T. Geatry Ip Stanford, Ky., publicly offer lor uls the Mill r.,Krt7.'"11 knwn as tho Mtniiovit Flour mils and $2,625 for the bridge on tho Stan- and J. C. Caldwell, of this county, nearly jllll. It constats of about cue acre ot ground, on Fnrsii Candi by the wholesale at Wa ford, Dix River, Garrard County A White 300 head of extra feeding cattle at prices which Is erected, besides a large and commodious Klesator, a new 8J, atory brick building furnished ters A Wear u'h with all the inr.chlr.crr and apparatus necessary Oik Turnpike, which is to be built from ranging frcm $3.80 to $1 10 for 1.150 to to conduct an exto nitre and a profitable business Danville Advocate. liciudlrg a modem and lmprored pump, worked pounds average House and lot on Danville pike, a mile a point near town to the Garrard line by steam, the purpose ot The Chicaeo packing houses, which water fromfor neser falling obtaining a supply of along tho lino propose to make from town, lor enle or rent. D. R. Carpen- The citizens a source. The location up the balance. The curt also allowed foolishly adopted the 8 hour system, have Is about lOOsardalrom tbe depot at Stanford, on ter. the KnoxTlIle 10 hour plan alter Original cost ofllracch of tbe L. A N. Kallroad. $500 per mile for the Boylo A Lincoln decided to resume the 0C0. Correspondence The Lexington Koller Mills Cream Flour, II Kaney, represontattre. Is unlrersally ropular. The cold snap has been the longest and Turnpike, which is to connert the Danville the 15th and in the event of a strike, tbey aollcltod and If property, J28be agreed upon, will terms can "Will M. Waters, Salesman. sell prlrately, Title perfect. moat sewo for the time of the year that "WATERS & WEAKEN". will close down indefinitely, and depend d Titans A Stanford pike with tho Dinvillo A cash; balance In equal Inof a, 12 we can remember. and stallments Personal and 18 months. Six per cent. leaylng the former near Mr?. Lo on their branches nt Omaha, Lincoln Interest. security on first deferred pay. ment. Lien retained. I,. F. llVlUlLK, Remember that on the 21, 22 and 23 of gan'it. These amounts are payable out of Kansas City to fill existing contracts. JI. V. SA VFLKY, ,,, , , Pams Court. About 300 head of cat Assignees. this month I will have my regular fall and the lary of 18S7. D. B. EJmiston was re generally sold. Calves $12 winter opening. Be sure to attend it Miss elected county treasurer and Dr. Wm. M. tie offered and " Doores poor-houphysician. Dr. G. W. to$10; yearlings $20 to $23; modium two- Suwade Beley. Bronaugh was elected jail physician over year olds $3 to $3 50; best feeders $3 75. I will Local Option carried in Somerset by Dr. Rtid. An order, afterwards recinded, Mules were dull, low Sand slow. W. H. Huston-lU- esell at public auction at my place on the and MIddleburg turnpike, 3 miles From all we can learn it wa's made that hereafter the county judge Hendrlck bought 35 catyes, 4 to 0 months from the former place, on 142 msjorlty. DXALXaa IN- will be carried by as large a majority in shall not be allowed to furnUh aid to any old, for $15 75 per head. Kentuckian. Fritlhy. October 13(li. 1SSO, Lancas'er to morrow. The Standard reports sales of mule colta pauper longer than he can be taken to the Drugs, Books, Stationery and My Farm, containing 110 Acres, all In craai and poorhouse. On motion of Squire Portman at $50 to $82 50. The latter price was paid small grain and well ImproTed. Dwelling new, Fancy Articles. Tom Barnes, alter spending a night in has good cistern at the door and ererytblng la arby Mr. Benedict Spalding, of Linranged with a Tlew to conrentence. Fencing good jail for drunkenness and disorderly con it was ordered that overseers of roads be re- for one sold nt $275; and nerer falling water. I will also aell a pair of Physicians' prescriptions accurately compounded. Fred Nichols, same quired hereafter to certify the number of coln; a pairof broke mules duct, was fined $-Also work mules, 3 Horses, 1 a combined animal, couphours consumed by teams working on Price Hudson bought 'of James Birch, of le ol milk Cows, some Sows and Shoals, 100 Ewes, charge, was permitted to go, ori a promise Hay, Corn, etc ; Farming Implements, Including Washington county, 38 head of extra fat Mowing Machine and Keeper. fiffiWilWrn i ifcti''"Ti Wat yhwaaCn to behave himself. Nichols is the man roads, the time going and coming to be conhands high, at $125 15 TKaxs.- - All sums ot 110 and undtr cashi oyer larruped sometime sidered. Tuesday the court by a vote of 8 2 year old mules, that Will Foster, Jr , that amount, a credit or three montha with interest on good, negotiab'e note', for tba p.rsjnalty. The Largest Stock of Watoaes, Olooks, to G decided to reduce the salary of County per head. ago. rash lur the farm; bjliince In one and two we While in Louisville the other day Superintendent J. A. Bogle from ?G00 to Jewelry and Silverware yeara with Interest. The cheip excursion, which will be run $500, but on a reconsideration Wednesday heard oi a contract entered into by a re d JOSEFIl COFFET. bought td this market Prices Lowor than Erer to Louisville on Thursday, 14th, will leave it was wisely determined to let it remain at sponsible party to deliver in Louisville in the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Be-Crab Orchard at 5 o'clock A. M., passing palred on shoit notice and Warranted. is little enough for the work May next 200 hhds. of lug tobacco at 50c. $000, which here at 5:30. All stations this side of and as much, too, as ought to be paid. The The fellow must have been a fool or stark Wfi Of a Splendid North Fork will sell round trip tickets nt last vote etood 0 to 0 and the tie was decid- crtzy, since the freight from any part of point and Lebanon the $1.50; between that ed by Judge Varnon. County Judge Var the State would cover the amount. The fare will be $1.25. Returning the train non was allowed a salary of $750; Attorney frost, too, has cut a figure in the calculawill leave the Exposition platform at 10.30 Carpenter $585; S. M. Owens was allowed tion. Aa the authorized Agent ot th. heirs of Mlsa r. M, the same day. This will bIvo every $70 for lights and fuel for the jail for the Mr. Kratz bought for Lehman the fol- Rachel Carpenter, dee'd, I will sell on tbe premises on body a chance to sea the many attractions ensuing year and T. D. Newland $150 dui- - lowing fat cattle in this precinct: Wm. of the Exposition. 9, 1886, inz his term of office just expired. The Layson, Jr., 23, weight 1.G00, at 4J; John weight l.CM, at 4J; Oscar Turks and a couplo of county attorney will appeal from tbeee or- Hamlltooj 15, A dozen rovluc farm now occupied by J, T. Kote, known aa Rankin, 10, weight 1,555, at 4; Charles The oears were hero taking in the nickels Tues ders to the circuit court. Judge Yarnon, tbe Lee Orm, sPuated In Lincoln county, Ky. X day. Tho children were tied up in cloths Squire Portman and Attorney Carpenter Clarke, 0, weight 1,450, at 4J; Nat Collier, on or near tbe turnpike road leading from to MIddleburg. Tbla is one of tho 4, weight 1,055, at 4J; Horace Williams, 3, and hung on either side of a pack mule, wero appointed a committee to have cecei weight 1,600, at 4 60. All delivered last also carried their entire visible eary repairs done to the Court House and Best Stock Farmo in the County, which Paris News. week. worldir poqiesaiont. The women begged jail and were aleo instructed to draft reso In a good state Ed Sutherland sold to J. II. Graves 23 and rcmaluder ofcuUlratloo; partoftn culttratlon In grars Plenty lutions expressive of the high esteem In In pitiful tones for "nicks," but they wero feeders at 4) and a premium, to water for stock, llouso aud outbuildings good. Plenty ol timber to keep up tbo it ncea off as they looked. One of the which the faithful and long services of Mr. not as bad Txnvu:-One-tbs delivered the 15th of October, and 8 iab; balance In equal anold fellows had some $500 or SG0O, which John Blain a county clerk ate held by the nual Installments, with ti per cent. Interest and a laying of the county yoatllng muloi to Tennetsee parties at $70 lien retained for tbe purchase money. Bond will hetriod to bxchane f;r gold and was Court and people. Tho - i W. Cecil, of Columbia, Tenn., boucht 40 be rrq'ilrfd of lh nnH-- . anxious to give Judge Carson 35 for his levy was postponed till January court and J. "' J, It. OWSLEY, tiOiia liutw at au ttVuNO ot 5W, blld j ICMd tuu Aucilt. I I 1U.U. t.4b. iUi pufw' . fish end oystsr?, scrrcd In ig'vwriii'ij)iiLiaai;tCa any nal iQ, 1. B. -- GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, four-colum- donble-back-acti- TINWARE, GLASSWARES, QTJEEKTSWARE, County Court Order. Confections, Tobaccos, Oigai's, CbE. MAIN & SOMEESET STS. STAFFORD, KY. lnn-rti- .il a Iiivcry Stable Outfit GOOD CSs-OOlD- iS 1,160-poun- WATERSSWEAREN ... well-know- n 12 airnxs. ial Splendid Mill Property 3. 0 Hub-tonvill- e, One-thir- se Temmfm WMMm PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS. -- One-ha- lt 165-t- PUBMC SAIiE 350 Acre Blue Grass Farm Wall Paper, Saturday, Ootober Furniture, lo Cases, Caskets, Robes. Stanford. neTer-fallln- g btrd Full and Complete Stock of the above and pricei as low as the lowest. -- ) -1 w B. K. WKJlKErU, I. Staii-SSlwfclii'lftttrior lonriml r. THE JUDGE'S WOOING. Monsieur Zachariah Seller, and old juda of tho tribunal of Btantz and member of tho grand council of Lucerne, after having slept or thirty years through the for twenty-fiv- e clamors of tho advocates on his circuit, had obtained tho ftnor of withdrawing to his muff villa, situated on the Kusnacht street, near the Gorman gate. Thero he was enjoying himself under tho supervision of his old housekeeper, Thereto, a devoted jxsrson with a crooked noso and a chin garnished with a thin, gray beard. Thesa tuo, full of indulgence for ono another, respected their reciprocal manias. Thereso looked after tho household admirably, ironed tho linen, and took caroto renew monsieur's stock of tobacco, shut up in a largo stono jar, after which she was at liberty to attend to her bird, read her prayer book and go to miss. Monsieur Zacharias was approaching his COth year, wore a wig, and had no other distraction than to cultivate a few flowers and read' tho morning paper. This was well enough for a time, but thero camu a morning when tho world seemed a blank. Ho said to himself that ho needed something moro exciting than to watch flower pofcs inn window nnd befog himself in tho mazes of stupid iwll-ticHo was very thoughtful forborne days, but ono evening, after supper, a bright idea came into Us head. "I have it, I will go fUhlng," ho cried, clapping his hands so loud that Thereso called out from tho nest room: "Wlintistho matter, monsieur' One might think you had n tit" Tho idea thus suddenly born proved to bo a. stubborn one, and the morning on which Monieur Seller first set out, provided with a pole, a big Ktraw hat, a IMiliig bag.und other accessories, v as a veritable affair of state. Tbercso'was greatly dlplea.4ed at this now turn in affairs. She muttered to herxlf nnd had moments of impatience, nnd was obliged to go to confession twice oftener during a month than had Ufcn her custom. But, for all that, sbo was forced to conform to tho new order of thing. For example, whenever monsieur was seized with n tWre to go fishing, the excellent man, w ho deplored to himself his feebleness, would look up at tho sky, nnd say with Is very a melancholy shako of tho head; flnotbis morning, Thereso. What weatlvr! Not a p of rain for three weeks''' Therewu would allow him to languish for a few inohrents, then, laying aside her knitting and her prayer book, sho would go to find tho Ibhlng Iwg, tho waistcoat, and tho big lint Of her master. Then tho old judge would become animated; he would rio up briskly and s. tb-o- vacant at your tabic, and a bed nt tho tlis- position of a fricndl" "Heyf cried tho forester, "if thero was but ono bed in the house, should It not bo for tho best, tho most honored of our ancient magistrates of StanUf Ah, Monsieur Seller, what an honor you do to the hurablo dwelling of YeriFoerster!'' And mounting tho six stejs before tho door he cried out: "Christina, Christina, run to tho cellar, Judgo Zacharias Se'ler has come to reposo under our roof." At this a very little old woman, with a figure as stiff as n ramrod, but still fresh nnd Btnlltng, appeared upon tho threshold, and disappeared immediately, murmuring: "Oh, God I Is It possible I Monsieur tho judge.? "Ah, my good people," said Zacharias, "In truth you receive mo too kindly." "Monsieur," replied tho forester, "if you forget tho good you havo dono others do Well, If tho truth must bo told, Judgo Zacharias passed the evening with Yerl Foorster ami his family, forgetful of tho inquietudes of Thereat, his pronilso to bo nt homo by 7 o'clock and his old habits of order and submission. Imagine to yourwlf that humblo sitting room, with its ceilings streaked with brown girders, tho round tablo in tho midst with its dWi of trout nnd plates of fruit nnd honey, yellow as gold, and worthy Papa Zacharias presenting each In turn to Chnrlotte, who dropped her oyes, astonished nt tho compliments nnd tender words of tho old man. "An, Monsieur Judge, you nro too good," Kild Christina. "You do not know how much voxation this littlo ono gives us. You will siwll her with so many flno words." "Damo Christina," replied Zacharias, "you Mile, Charlotte merits nil 1K1SHS3 a treasure. 1 have said of her."- Then Yerl, raising his glass, cried: "To tho health of our good nnd vcnerablo Judgo Zacharias," and all drank to tho toast "Ah 1" thought tho judgo, "what happiness it would Ihj to llvo hero with Charlotte for a companion, at four steps from tho river, where one could throw in n lino from tlmo to tlmo and follow tho chaso with Fothcr-ln-laYerl Fotrstcr, raising tlio echoes round about Ah! what an existence I" When the clock struck 11 ho rose How young and fresh ho felt I With what ardor ho would havo placed a kiss on Charlotte's little hand, only ho must not yet Ho must not" "It for sleep, Master Yerl," said he. "Goal night nnd many thanks for your Is time wait u 'This Is an excellent idea of yours, Tho-rcsY , I will go fishing." "Very w. . . onsieur, but bo sure to return at 7 o'clock. Ti. Moningsnro cool now." Ono day in the mo uh of July, l!r, toward 3 o'clock in tho afternoon, Zacharias found his bag so full of salmon trout that he did not wish to toko any more, lecau8, as ho said to himself, it was necessary to leavosomo for the noxt day. -- fter having washed his fish in a neighboring spring, and wrapped them carefully in sorrel to keep them fresh, lie felt so sleepy that ho thought he would take a nap in tho heather, and wait until the shadows wore longer to mount the side of e. -- say: BIgelberg. Then, liaving broken his crust of bread nnd moistened ills lips from his littlo bottle, ho clambered fifteen or twenty steps below the footpath, and lay down in tho shade of the fir trees upon the moss, his eyelids growing Never had the old judgo been so sleepy. The oppressive heat of tho sun, dSrting his long arrows of gold Into tho shaJow of tho wood, tho murmur of insects upon the sldo of the hill, in tho meadows and on tho water, thp distant cooing of ring doves squatted under tho somber shado of the licoch trees, formed such a grand harmony that tho soul of Zacharias melted away in tho universal concert Ho yawned, opened his eyes, and saw a troop of jaybinUtraverslng the foliage; then turning ho thought ho saw the cork on Lis lino whirl and descend; a salmon was caught, ho was pulling it out; the polo bent The good man was sleeping In a profoundly. Ho dreamed, nnd the vast orchestra pursued about him its eternal music as the tiuio passed on. A thousand animated beings bad lived their life of on hour when monsieur, tho judge, r.woko at tho whistle of some bird he was not acquainted with. Ho sat up to see, and eonceivo his surprise. Tho strange bird was a young girl of 17 or 18 years old, with roy cheeks and red lips, her brown halriloat-in- g in long tresses, n littlo turned up a short iott:coat of tho color of com popple a young ixcsant girl who was descending ftom above by tho sandy footpath of BIgelberg, n basket jJoLsed on hor howl, and her arms, sunburned, but round and plump, resting on hor hips. At tight of htr Z:cuaiia3 Ho 'blushed, nnd rising was deeply moved, said- "Good day, my beautiful chili'" The youug girl stopped, ppene l her eyes wide and recognized him, for w ho In all tho country did not laiow the worthy judge? r "IUr mid die, with a smilo; "this is Zoharias Heller!" Tlio old man (iHcendod Into the path Ho wanted to speak, but he only stammered some unintelligible words, liken very yoig man, so that the young gill appealed much Finally ho made out to say: "Wheru are you going through the wood at this hour, my child I" Hh pointed out to lihh, in tho dUiance, at r. the bottom of tho valley, the lioum of a semi-circl- beivy. 1 And to see him mount the high steps of tho stairs ono would liavo said ho was but CO years old But thoso twenty years lasted only a quarter of an hour, and, onco in bed, with tho co ers drawn up to his chin, nnd a handkerchief knotted around his head, he said to himself: "Sleep, Zacharias; you aro very tired. You havo great need of sleep." At D o'clock tho noxt morning he awoke, considerably chagrined at liaving slept so late after having boasted tho o cuing before of his ooi ly rising, nnd coining down tho steep .stair lio found only Dame Christina awaiting him, tho forester liaving gone about his business In tho wood and Charlotte to haymaking. So, after n lnsty breakfast, and thanking Christina ngain for her kindness, he took tho way back to tho city, a good dual disturbed ns to how Thereso would ivcciio him, but still cherishing tlio thousand illusions which lied hatched in his houI like a lato brood of linnetes. I will not try to mint the reception v. hlch tho worthy housol:eepr gao him; her reproaches, her rago even. Sho hrd not shut her oyes tho whole night; sho had imagined him drowned in tho river; she hail sent t- -n jieoplo to look for him, etc. Monsieur Seller heard those complnlnts w ith the same cahnaets with which hv had formerly listened 'to tho metaphors of an advocate pleading n lost cause ho heard, but said nothing. By the beginning of nutunui he had fallen into such a habit of being nt the forester's houo that ono would havo found him oftener thero than at homo, and Yeri found himself much embnrra's'd to rcfu-- o the presents which tho worthy magistrate begged him to nrcept in return for his daily hopI-talitHo would shako his head sometimes and say to his wife: "I never knew a better judge, n more learned and rcspectablo man than Monsieur Seller, but I bellovo he is out of his mind. Only tho other day ho wanted to help mo build the hut for tho titmouse, and then he must also help Charlotte turn tho hay, while nil tho peasants laugh nt him. This is not proper, Christina; but I do not doiv to speak to him, ho is so much abovo us." "Let him alone," answered Christina. "With a littlo milk and honey this good Zacharias Is content He likes to bo with us, it Is so simple here, anil then ho likes to to our littlo daughter. Who knows but that he may adopt her, nnd when ho dies she would lie remembered in his will." The forester shrugged his shoulders. Hls natural sense made him divino some mystery, but he did not go to the length of sugtioctiiig the folly of tho old judge. Ono fine morning ho saw descending the mountain a wagon laden with three barrels of Ilikevir wine. This was of all tho presents ho had received tho mast acceptable to Yerl Foorster, for of nil things he liked n glass of good wine. And w lion ho had tasted tho w lno ho could not help crying out: "This good Zacharias is tho l)est man fci the woi Id. Go, Chai lotto, and make for him a bouquet of tho flnoet rowsnnd jasmines in tlio garden, and when lio cornea give it to him yourself, God, what whiol What flio!" Zacharias followed closo uion tho heels of his piesent, and felt himself moro than repaid by the flowers which Charlotte hastened to give him, while tho forester said cort-il- ho In u low ton "What is thatr raising tho window a little "Charlotte, Chwiotto, it Is I," replied a tender voice Zacharias trembled, and as ho listened with staring oyes, the follago stirred, and a young man stepped out into the moonlight Tho old man raised himself Indignantly, and throw tho window wide open. "Havo no fear, Charlotte," said the new comer, "I como to tell you good hows. My to arrange with father will bo hero Yerl Foerster about our wedding." Receiving no response he asked after n minute: "Where nro you, CharlotteP "I am here," said tho old man, turning very palo and looking fixedly at his rival And as the judge began to speak with a raised voice, the youth said In a loud whisper: "In the name of heaven do not cry out I am not a thief. I nm Charlotte's betrothed." "Yerl Foerster nover told mo nnythtng of this, tho w retch 1" gasped Zacharias. "No, ho does not know yet that wo aro Ho said when I asked his consent that his daughter was too young; tliat I must wait But wo havo engnged ourselves, anyhow, I hnso told my father, and hois to seo Yerl, and, as I coming know it would please Charlotte to hear thLs, I thought I would stop under her window and tell her tho news. " Tho poor old man fell upon n chair as into nn abyss of grief, and co ereil his fnco with niaml ol putlt) TblMrowilmTrTrtei. a More economical his ban is. How ho did suffer I What agonies itrouglh aod whotcnoincneM. awakening than the ordloarr klndi, and can not bo sold soul1 What an traversed his compcUton wlthtba multitude of low teat .ihon from suchswvet hopes I weight alum or phosphite powders. Soldonly In At tho end of n few momenta Zacharias 0001. UoriLDiKIMl rOWDEft O, 106 Wall Mrcet, New York raised his head and asked: "How do you call yourself P "Karl Iiimnt, monsieur." ' "What nro your circumstances 1" ffl 3 P "My father hopes to obtain for mo his place as forest guard of Grlnderwald." "Charlotte loves o'ou wry much, docs sho boon ever bestowed upon man Is perfect notr health, nnd tlio true way to In mi re health "Oh, yes, monsieur, wu lorocnchothorrcry Is to purify jour blood with Ajcr's much." "Young man," said tho judgo in n broken Mrs. Kllza A. Clough, ,11 Arilng. voice, "you do not know tho evil you liav ton St., Lowell, Man., writes: ,ner,v done. But go now, go. You shall havo now s winter and spring iny family, Including from me" myself, use several bottles of- - A) er's Tho young mountaineer did not wait n rxpdrlenco has convinced me second invitation; with ono bound ho disapthat, as a powerful peared behind tho great trees. "Poor, ioor Zacharias," murmured tho old judge "Behold thy illusions flownl' And ho went to boil sobbing, and covered Ins head with tho bed covers o as not to bo heard. Toward 7 o'clock tho noxt morning, having purifier, It is very much superior to any regained a littlo calm, ho descended to tho other preparation of Sarsaparllla. All sitting room nnd found Yerl, his wife and persons of scrofulous or consumptive tendaughter waiting breakfast for him. dencies, and especially delicate children, "My friend," Mid lw to tho forester, "I havo are sure to bo greatly benefited by Its a favor to ask you. You know the ton of the use." J. W.Starr, Laconlu.Iowa, writes: forester of Grinderwnld, do you notr . "Karl I man! I i es, monsieur." "For J ears I was troubled with Scrofu"He is n lino youth, and, I believe, of good lous complaints. I tried feicr.il different conduct" preparation', which did mo little, if mir, "I believe It alo, Mouse! ur Seller." good. Two bottlss of Ajer's Snrnpa-rlll- a "Is ho properly qualified to tuccecd his effected a complete cure. It is my futherj" opinion thr. this medicine is tli- - best Lo is 20 years old, ho understands the "Yes; blood management of snares and nets, and ho can read and write. But ho must also have patronage" "Very well. I liuvo influence in tho administration of waters nnd forests, and in fifteen of the U ." C. U. L'pton. NVhua, N. II., days Karl Imaut shall bo forester at Grinder-walwrites: "For a number of eurs I Furthermore, I demand of you the was troubled with a humor In my eje, hand of Charlotte for this handsome and worthy young man." and unable to obtain relief until I comAt this conclusion Charlotte, who at first menced using Ajer's Sartiprllla. I have hail become cry red, nnd who trembled liko taken several bottles, nm greatly benea leaf, fell with a cry into her mother's arms. fited, and believe It to be the bet of blood Tho old fore.ter turned and looked at her purifiers." It. Harris, Creel City, Unmscy with a eu ere eye. Co., Dakqta, writes: "I lue been nn "What is this Cliailottef Do you refuse!" Intense sufferer, with I)pepla, for the "Oh, no, no, father!" past three years. SI months ago I began "So much tho better, for I havo nothing to refute to Mousieur Judgo Zacharias. Como to use hero and thank your benefactor." Charlotte ran to the old man, who kissed her w ith Lis eyes full of tears. Then, alleging tho e.itioii of Karl Imaut which ho was in a hurry to make, ho set out for tho city, taking only a emit of bread In his bag for breakfast It has effected an entire cure, nnd I am Five days afterward Karl Itnant received now as well as ever." tho brovel of forester nt Grinderwnld, and eight days later married Charlotte Mon Sold by all Druggists. sieur Seller could not bo at tho wedding; he Prlco $1 ; Six bottles, $5. was lndlpo-e-d that day, greatly to tho reFrepared by Dr. J. C. As er .t Co., Lowell, gret of the worthy forester and his family. Slnco thou the Judge rarely goes Ashing, and Mas., U. S. A when ho does it Is at Bruuncu, on tho other side of tho mountain. Mrs. L. A. McGaefoy, in Chicago Herald, from Erckmann-Chart-ral- Till Cos! AND ChBflgast Qtitog Gellegs WnDLn AlulAlaniiB IN THK Rv- - kV,ioJWW Vol, ..aaaaaai T'cn r: about v $, iju. lfJM zvs&zw' ve. Marl iMclalilti. H..4,Tj.nHH.t ad Imku, Fet UrMlM hiIh, KaWr " K. Ttlrkr ftt1. Lila1B,K I deluding Tuition. 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" Jonnaon Arr Pullman Palace Sleopors. fit) uln Hie " " Itlngtcn.,., " CaTlngUin. larl rrllU. Mtltersburg II 80a a tu a tu 2 ISpm a ra 2 80 pu 15 p m 10a m rm m ... 0 10 p m in fl ItSSpm INpn m pm Win-chret- no, - Ho Had Studied tlio Mauuul. A young man in this city, w ho had been prominent in lyceutns nnd societies, and whoo strongest point his friends thought was the very natural und easy way in which he grasped parliamentary usage, recently liegan studying for the ministry, und progressed to far that ho was invited to tnko charge on a certain Sunday of tho services In a subutban church whero tho minister had gone on his vacation. "He'll Lo n shining light w itliout a doubt," said hl3 friends. But somehow, v. hen the young man camo to get up in church to oxm tho er lets lio felt himself nil ut tsi and didn't know whnt in tho world to do So ho provided for all jwssible contingencies by iin itlng one of tho deacons to sit u; in t jo pulj.it with him w here ho could le on hand to prompt him if any knotty semi-secr- For Instant Use .up, As a reliable remedy, In cases of Whooping Cough, or uddcii Colds, Atlanta, to XuhMIIIc, Alcinplita, Notb. Trains AIonlRoinury, Mon-tieu- question l. for-dto- "I am returning to my futher, Yeil Foeis-tewhom j ou know without doubt, Moiisteiir Judge. " "So you nro tho daughter of tho worthy Ytril You are tho little Charlotte of whom ho often sjxjaks w hen ha brings me hU r, late I " Vos, Monsieur Judge." "Very well, I will accompany you home. I should like to seo tho worthy Foertter again. Ho must bo gutting a littlo oldi" "Tit is about your ago, Monsieur Judgo," said Cliai lotto, simply; "about 00 years old" This drtless responso brought tho goo 1 man to his sens?, and us ho wont along he evy pensive What w oro his thoughts! No one knows, but how many times it has happem-- that a goo l nnd worthy man, who imagine himself to have discharge! nil his duties, has llnlshed by discovering that ho had neglected tho greatest, the holiest, thu most lioautlful of all, that of marrying in fib youth a good and noble woman, and true and loving to her ever after. And what it cwt him to think it was now too be-cad Soon Zacharias nnd Charlotte reached tho turn i.i tho valley where tho jiath passed over a littlo bridge, and led direct to the forester's Louse. That worthy man was seated on tho tlono bench by ills door, with a sprig of broom corn iu ills hat and two hunting dogs stretched .at hlseet, and recognizing with his pleicingoyes tho judge and his daughter in tho distance, he came to meet them, raising Ins "Oood day, Moiuieur Judge," said he, with tho frank and cordial uir of the moiUtalneor, "V hat happy drcuuwtauoeV procures mo thu "" honor of such a visit Ti, "Master Yerl," replfrd tfio good man, ''I W ctti lh mnatj due in or iutscrlitloD and liave tarried in tho mountains until it is too would be obliged to U in arresn to remit at liiotogo homo. Jlao jou a little comer once. felt hat in salutation. After the joung student hail pronounced the invocation and the choir had got up of iu own motion nnd sung a voluntary nnd a chapter of the Bible hail been rend, the young man turned u littlo uneasily to the deacon. "Hymn 190," whlspored the duicon. Tho young man loe ngain with groat confidence and suid: "It Is moved und seconded that hymn No 4!W ba now sung A. many ns nro hi favor of tho motion will signify it by bayk ing oye." An blience fell ujwn tho congregation. "Contrary niid d, uo," said dially: the "presiding officer, " "It Ls a vote," he w ent "You must take supper with us end taste on. Tho hymn was sung, and tho herlces your wine, Monsieur Seller. My wife is right proceeded from that point like cio?kwork. It to call you our Lonefactor." was evident that tho joung parliamentarian Zacharias, boated at the table in the open felt the ground firm under las feet. Boston air, his fldiing polo against tho wall, Chai lotto Record. opposite him and tlio forester on tho right, K er thing l'ulr In Win: liegan to talk of liU prospects for tlio future. Jonas , of Washington, Ind., toward tho Ho had n pretty fortune, well managed, and ho wanted to buy 200 acres of woodland on closo of tho late war, was body servant to a the edgoof thovnlloynnd build a forester's quatennaster, and after tho ticuc, and hen tho quatermaster had been mustered out, houso on tho hilMdo. "Wo shall always bo together," said lio to Yerl, "you with mo ns as Jonas tells tho story, he requested Smith, as n last sjrvieo before parting, to take n large much as I w ith you." Mother Christina camo in in he'r turn and box on n dray to tho freight depot and ship it, devised this thing nnd that Charlotte ap- asking Smith at tho same tlmo "if ho could peared content and Zacharias imagined him- read and write." Jonas ansnered that he could not, ttaited self understood by these worthy people. And ho w ent to lib, i number that night full of tlio off with tho Lox, and on tho way to the station most blissful illusions, putting off till tho removed tho shipping tag which bore tho next day his great declaration, doubting name of tho quatermaster and that of tho nothing as to tho result Ho held Charlotte's place tho box was to bo BhipiedJto, and substiltouquet In hit hand, and when ho was alono tuted his own name nnd address, nnd by ho fell to kissing it with effusion, weeping that menus obtained uliox of new army blankets tho quatermaster intented to capture lileo a child, nnd murmuring: "Zacharias, Zacharias, you nro going to bo or bteal from Undo Sam. Jonas, who is fairly educated, 6aid in tho happiest of incuand. may it plcaso God, you w ill renew your youth in a littlo Zacha- extenuation of this commercial transaction: "Mr, Quatennaster 'captured' the blankets rias, or n littlo Charlotte who shall dance upon your knoes and carets you with her from the government, and I captured them rtwy littlo hands." At this tho good man from hint Everything is fair in war." DeKnted himself, drunk with hope, Ills elbow troit Freo Press. on the window sill, his oyes wfdo open, and hearing as in a dream tho frogs croaking unNearly ii'5,000 bathers Use Brooklyn's freo der tho moon in tho silent valley. He had baths each wek. sat thus for mi hour, when something like n solleyof pebbles, or of dry peas, rattled A large ledge of ock snlt was discovered agaf list the wii.dow gloss and aroused him etkjitly nuir Hileiu. U with a start awe-struc- nro. and for the prompt relief and cure of throat and luug discuses, Ajer's Cherry Pectoral Is invaluable. Mrs. E. G. Edgcrly, Council Bluff, Iowa, writes: " I consider Aycr's Cherry Pectoral a most important remedy for home use. I have tinted Its curative power, Iu my family, many times during the past thirty jcurs, and have never known it to fall. It will relieve tho most serious affections of tho throat and lungs, whether In children or adults." Johu II. Stoddard, Petersburg, Va., writes : "I havo never found a medicine equal to Molillunml Xetr OrlciuiN. Only out cbsnge to points In lJulu nock. art dally except Sunday. Dlrett ronn.ct Ions are madoat Wlnchealer with Chraapmke A Ohio lor Ml. Stirling. Aahland & run la Wnrbrt.r t". Solid Tralua, with rullman Hleeplog Cars 11 roc Cincinnati and Klchmond, Va., aud Wltiche,lc and Waahlngtor, C. Through tlfk.l, and baggag checked I', any destination reached by a railroad. For full rnrlltulari. rail on r, rni ,t ik. comnr, or . r. u. .iiijioi., u, .i.rr.isi.bY (Itn.l'aM. Agent, Tras. I'jas. Agei t, 3 and 4 are dally lwtMti Uxlngton and Clnclnoall; otbrr tralnr lf. lluntinzton. Ckarlutn. U'. V. Lt. 1 .nil'..,.... ,i. l. Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS bteklDg uomeiou the lli.eof 4c, "BSeo Agents of tnis Company lor raf,rcut or write C I'. AIMOUE, O V.A T A . Iulirllle. Ky iptclal ratri (hit roiA will rrceltt 11 L HUNT INOT'l.V Central tiltlc. - Coil-gion- Hewlttr. , m ' Ky 0-- -M -- ' f rv I !i-ts,- THE SEMt-WKEICL- Y- 1 Cherry Pectoral for the prompt relief of throat and lung diseases peculiar to children. I consider It an absolute cure for all such affections, and am never without It in tho house." Mrs. L. E. Herman, 157 Mercer St., Jersey City, writes: "I hnvo always found s Cherry Pectoral useful In my family." B T. Johnson, Mt. Savage, Md., writes: "For tho speedy euro of sudden Cold9, and for tho relief of children afflicted with Croup, I have never found anything equal to Aycr's Cherry Pectoral. It Is the most potent of all tho remedies I have ever used." W. II. Stickler, Terra Haute, Ind., writes; "Aj'cr's Cherry Pectoral cured my wlfo of a severo lung affection, supposed to be Quick Consumption. Wc now regard the Pectoral as a household necessity." E. M, II Brainerd, Minn., writes: "I am subject to Bronchitis, and, wherever I go, am always sure to havo a bottle of Aj-cr'reck-euridg- o, AYER'S 'llii Ot'iirhitil anil ' 4 il - a kr ;.':,.Vjk i.'irllhvMS 'Mrkrtri' KliPttLS ... (tril Ij u. iw huri . NAME w. CHIGHHSTtrV.. 4 i . I He. h. i it rMP'V - .'.-h- -- ' ' li , pnM by llrutl.- ,ri) x'nr I. 1.0 U UN b", Ll.li. i' For sale by Dr. II MFnA.H. &im!LT&rjzr?Tziin7.ri. ramrc'sSSsSsaftfidi - 'l ti ii. rn i fistful. .4 D9I Ui ctcildlrlstmi. ft Cuf.i In we crHullr rtHlnlli.l-..- i r.mtlr kntn n to irt for Lao, i hr Wr4nlr IrrtssClcslalCt Clnclnnatl.il Ohio. trtt. all, ftmllfi ery vak lt. baiglrtaitUtdctica, ntl 1 ami ".ltt. to) I We h Alcott A LtL, llyii.n. X. CvldbyDtugjItth riK, el.OO. Interior Journal BTANl-'OnD, r. KY. IEE F HUk'fW.r W- - P. WALTON. Pro'r. erery Tueaday and Friday at tbe low price of HOUOEO Offloe la publlihid tuo i)orLAi:s ikh yeak. intra' furvNItroaa Osli the Myer Hot) T W (STANFORD, South aid Main Rlr try n 'i I J Uut adiui iitr- - 0sO3t3 -- OF -- "WORK. ALL CLASSI- U- Aycr's Cherry Pectoral with me. It Is without a rlsal for tho euro of bronchial affections." PRF.riREU Noatly and Choaply Ezocutod. A. ...a,.. Orand Coiubiiinlioii INTERIOR -- Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., nv Lowell, Mass. BEJ4bbbC3S Thomoitponnlar Weekly newanaperderoted toic ence,mecbanlea,enclnrrinK firoTeria,ln-Toatlpnaan- d patenuererpubliibed. Kroryntim. '"t,'.llu.",,r,5,',1 r"itn aptendld enarafinga. Thli publication farnUhfaamoatTaloableeucjclopwlla ojinformatlon which no iieraon ahould be wlthoat. Tba popularity of tho WciEhTirio Auhmuan It euen that Ita rirciiUtlon nearly eriualathat of all other papers of It cIah comb ned. 1'rlce. a Ui,rirJ)Lcl,1n,.,ol-,,l"old all nwdeiltra ilUNN A CO., I'ubluhere. ho. ajfllroadwar. N. V ia THE JOURNAL the Tatent i(7. . Office al Aiunn ,1 to. lure aljo had Thirty; practice Eight years' before For sale by all Druggists. And the Loulssllle- and hare prepared uw'-iiuia, Weekly Courier-Journ- OPERA HOUSES STANVOr.D. KY. On year for only 83 two pipers for little more tnaa the price of one. Courier-Journa- W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor w w II cosfr a fit.,r i, ihe (.ublliber bd do 6Ue of Stags, 20x60. Eight complete seta ot Seen, U'r p'opti thli.g bj n'filliij the amount of your I Icry, Seating capacity, Including gallery, H0o fQivuatloratci to goed Bttmcltars, uUcrtleu a'o I)r paying ui 13 you will recelre for one year l, the your home paper with the rcprraeniatlre newipnper of the South, democratic and for a tarllt for rereuun only, and the beat, brightest and ablrit tamlly weekly In the Unlttni States. Tboae who dealre to examine a sample can douuttlili o re. copy of tha Courier-Journal 111 &11 other Ataljrnmantl. and rfi.i... rinra tor acorlnip In inYtntorM thrlr rlirlita In (h United Statu, Canada., Kngland. trance, (lerraany and other foreign countrlra, prepared at abort notice andon reasonable terms. y Information aa to obtalulng patent! s of ciren without chare. lllffirtil&tinn Sl.nt frivi. lalant nlttftln.4 throoxhMunn A Co. are noticed In theScleattno American free. The vidrantage of such notice ia noli omlerttood by d) persons wlio wish todit-sasetntlr patenta. Address MONN A CO. OUtci BCIXjrrnrw tiiKUtCAK, SCI llroadway, Iiew koik chaer-fulllUnd-bookof . .u '