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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886101201 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. Sent! Wtmh vol. xrv. RELIGIOUS. mI idefiof Imtfn GiRRMRD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. vIMw NO. 166. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1886. There are 63,910 Protes'ent ministers la this country and 0,821,201 church mem-ber- r. A Bit of Advice A woman's paper glyes this bit of information to Its readers: There are many women who suppois that on the death of her hUaband, they will be legally entitled to of the property and rest content. Or if not ontent.they accept what they suppose will be their legal right, onlr to find that when there is no will their "third" means only the use of ol the real eitale, That is, if the real estate is worth $300, which at 6 per cent, would give her $' a year, instead of ttie iw to ue m ebe please, mlnin a short time we have heard of the surprise and disappointment of several widows who bad not asked their husbands to protect them by a will, beoittse of this mistaken idea about their third;. Just men should see to the matter and b a will should save a wife the double grief for the loss of a husband and of property, indepsndence and comfort. one-'.htrd one-third H. K. TAYLOR, FubtUhcd Titcartav ami FrUlnyn -- AT 99 ?anANNUM,OA8H. eJ understood if wa credit thatU.SO will bt and demanded. W. P. WALTON. Womari't Faith, wero lover. All the romance nnJ They entlment o( the world waa thtlra. There U eomethlnp; unfathomable in (his thlriR call- ed lore. It tvranu'zee over body and iouI at no other fcelinecm. Il create, happl-nea- e MT VERNON, KY. from the sreatest Borrow, Uht from a build auch' It thedecpeatdarknea This old and n Hotel is still money can not buy, und it binds its fine reputation. Chargea reasonable. Bpcdal attention to the traveling public. etrongorthan nnv chalna forged by human Hoo Cholera Preventive. A farmer handa, writer: As the ho?f cholera Is to prevalent Nt. Vernon, Kfy. TTOUB,h her tear as lUr parted ehene throughout the country, I want to say that euch nllfihtof love that ho almost derrd it need never exit.. It can bo prevented. 3Lot call her wife. 8he knew that flhe was lov-- ed Construct a long, deep trough; keep it sup. AtfreprcsentatlveofMr. VT.II. Anderson, Icffer knowledge created ft In return, and that for aide privately bis neat brick house snd lot of plied with slack lime, with n reasonable two arrrs on Somerset Avenue in Utanford. faith in her heart, which wis to endure amount ol salt, and attract the hogs to It place has all the ncceuary improrementa and The Is r. to the pates of Hearen and beyond. even w,rD Call on or address me at Stan-forby slopping them there. If thla is kept up In rcgird to it. "In a you1'1 he whimpered at ht left hjr. 161,1 1 the hogs will never have cholera, as leaved P. Jl. 3IcBOnETlT3. And be answered: mine, and I had seyeral hundred, when my jj.sill wilt a .year -- a Hfetlmr' neighbors lost all they had. 1 would not When a year had pwd and no word give a dollar for an insurance against my WHOLESALE came from him tbejr tried to shako her hogs If I bad a thousand, and if farmers Meu had no by creating doubts. faith fc will pay attention to these suggestion hog conatancr, lhry snecrel men would wrlcg 22 West Swan Street, cholera will disappiar forever. n woman's heart and hare no p'ly. Teats 13 WAKH ANTED to euro Fever and Two ladies, oae of whem carried a baby, Touching the pension business, Speaker BUFFALO, N. Y. came to her brown eyes, but ajraio ebo an- Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Carlisle make this important statement: entered a Boston carpet store and signified Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, FeTcr, swered: Highest.cash prlcopald for Vhlto Asb, Black Fever), Liver They have always been fighting in E irope their desire to look at rotu? carpets. It Dengue (or 'Urcnk-bone- " Bed Birch, cherry, Poplsr, Butternut,"He will come back to mi!" Complaint, and all diseases arising from Ash, yar,e- - Hickory; Walnut, Quari They have had a great many wars there. waa a ve'ry warm day, but tho salesman When the one year hd beome fife tbo Malarial poisons. terod White and Red Oak and Sycamore. We hsre'b.vf bat one war to which we ere cheer fully showed roil after roll until the sailor's In the taverna and lofts shook old A. C. SIXE, "Harpers, S. C July 9, IS 84. boutuern Acent, paying penjion. Yet we aro paying to- perspiration literally streamed from every t their heads and said to each other that the Stanford, Er. "For eighteen montlis suf-erc- cl day for pension fully one third more than pare of hia bady. Finally one of the la ship had surely been lost and that the with Chills and Fever, all the other clvilizsd natious of the earth die raked too other if she did not think it Tonne captain would never be heard of having Chills every other day. NEWPORT HEWS & H!5$i$5!?Pi are paying. Ojr payment of pensions to was time to go. "Not quite," was the an'r.lt a pity for the heart VALLE?, more. Wife After trying various remedies soldiers and sailors this year will bo $76, swer of her companion, ncd then in an unlnninir and waiting throtuh such uncer-woul- d -- TiiErecommended to cure, used a 050,000, while the aggregate payment of dertone ehe addei: "Bibr likoa to seobim talnty, and thoy whirred that It bottle ofAyer's Ague Cure, and all the other nations, of the world combin- roll tten out and it is not time to tako the have never since had a chill. he no ln to lore acaln. ed is considerably less than $00,000,000. train yet." he vill curtly 1 shall sea him again HDWIJf HARPER." her return!" was the answer of Faith, rnETAItED BY Upan my arm she placed her hand, so KentncIij'H FJonto East her sorrowful face and aching heart. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. soft and white, I longed to seize it; would I roa became ten. The brown The fire yoirs Sold by all Druggists. oflend? I took it, and what could I do but Washington, Philadelphia and hair wts streaked with griy, and the girl's gently pquetz j n? Her waist was then Now York. The only lino running fair face had become the face of a woman MACE BHUCE'S within my reach, and, when so near to me wbocarrieea sobbinp, walling misery In I found it, I spent no precious time in SLEEPING OARS Buggy & Implement House. l'ULLMAX NEW AHD her heart. Men showed their cruelty by speech, but eoftly put mr arm around it. Ion; women ex.etkioB to awaken a n This brought qnite near her ripe, red lips SOLID I have now hibited their bltternea of heart toward vaoM sweet lips could mortal man resist 'em? ridiculing her faith. But Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Ky, their own sex by A Full Lino of Wheat Drills and I trembled to iiy finger tip, and drew to Washington Oity, heroism burned In the light of never-dyin- g them nearer and I kissed 'em. othor Agricultural Implomonts, Connecting in the eama depot with her eye aehe answered them: Besides a Fast Trains for Wow York. In a mass mealing nt Somerset it wa re"lie gave me the promle- -I am watch The Direct Routs to solved that "We, the people of Somerset Fall Line ol Buggies and Wagons Lynchburg, Daarllle, Norfolk and all Virginia leg for his ship." Men and Pulaski county, Ky hereby tender our ,and North Carolina Points. And the ten year became twenty Alwaya on hand. Jo connection with my ImFortlckete and further Information, a ' to unmost cordial thanks to Mrs. Lula A. Xield plement business, I will also carry a and women had gone to their laat yourneareattlcketotaceor addreea W. ion. roc, ueoerai Agent, .Lexington, Ky. for the valuable services rendered in our til acsreely one was left who remembered Complete Stock or Lumber, ' W. O. WICKIIAM, II. W. FtJI,I,EH, midst to the cause of temperance; and we when the lott ship sailed or who was her 2d Vice Piesidont, Oon'lPtss'r Ag't. Both rough and dressed. Prices on ererythlng as take great pleasure in commending her to were children who had Louisville, Kv. captain. Hut there Blackburn on Civil Service, worthy the highthe State at Urge a one Low us any one. they smoothed down heard the story ,and I have no sympathy with the civil eer I solicit nsharo of your patronage. Respectfully, the gray hairs with their saft hands, they yice law. I voted against some of the est enconiums, and a a speaker poeaeeslng wonderful influence and magnetic powwhispered; abominations contained in the bill and I I, M. nnccE. IlMvr sad! And he was lost at sea?" am proud of it. I want to reform the civil er." "It is so Concert Grand, -- TltK she answered. "Ay I even though service In the only way that it is just -- by a In Eagland high treason was once pun Parlor Grand, the whole world told me so, I would wait vote of the people. I want everything hon- ished by dragging' at the horse's tail, Baby Grand, 2 acd walch for hint!" est and fair. When the American people throuih the streets from the prison to the Upright Grand, FKOU UrilKSCX And the twenty years became thirty. One declare at the polls that one party shall place of execution; or by plucking out and Square Grand. o I purity, No TraYeler ICetunis marvel narfrvariM. Thlst .Sick night whea the storm vexed sea Isahed the take charge of tbe aQ'.ira cf tbe country, burning the entrails, while tbe prisoner strength powder wbulesomeness, A More economical and Wo are opening the most carefully selected, tbe brief sold than tbo ahore in fury and men uttered that party should select from its resources was yet alive; or by banging by the neck , so competltonordinary kinds, andofcan not ba.short low teat with tbe multitude In these tight times esch buyer should consult finest and beat atock of prayera to God aa they turned their face the best timber at its command to adminis- as not to destroy life; aleo by beheading, wcignia um or nnojpnaie powaers. oomoaiy la hia own interests. Why should you giro one nier PIANOS AMD ORGANS cans. Chan tWc for an article wOon you can buy tho uron the ships making a brave fight for ter tbe government. When the people de- quartering and the exposure of the frag 10C Wall Street, Hew York same imog irom another iur uc. To do this la not Ever brought to this city. Every lnatiument is Jay dying. jusuce to youraeiror ramiiy. ments of the body in such place as tbe life, Fiith clared for the democratic party, I believe In tbo next place, you should be anre to get good tbe pride of an artist and prices range from 10 to The end had come A human heart, that the verdict meant that a democrat King should direct. articles. Poor good aro dear at any price. No- 29 per cent. lower tnan other dealers ask for the where ia this more so than in Medicines. You aaino goods. Persona ot musical and art culture troubled and bruised and scarred by wait should fill every office, yes, even tbe might aa well pay 60c an ounce lor saw dust aa fo arf Invited to an inspection cf the beautiful, cultiThe moonshiners say they cin stay in vated, refined tone and artist designs ot these celeI will sell at public auction at my place on the Inert medlclnta. -- by hoping, to ho ever disapas well as nil six montha in the year, Hill three and in2 in vain at the country cross-roadbrated Instrument: EournehaalustrocolTedhla large atock ol Med Ilustonville and Middleburg turnpike, 3 miles about to he stilled. For a mo- tho office of Postmaster Gentril at Wah- from the icines of all kind. Erervarticlo fresh pointedwas loaf three and make more money thereby from tbe former plce, on Kunbe, tho Fa manufacturers, lie now baa the nicest and cheap- Tlio World-renownment the storm lulled, Just as mw draws inctou. I am that sort of a civil service re Ac, than at any other business. They get 75c soma-greaFrlduy, October 15th, 1SSO, est selection of fancy Jgoods, show case articles, oye mons Decker & Sou, the Popular EvSpectacles and long breath bafore oaring inio Ac. The celebrated Jiimre's a former who believes ttiat every bad repuba specialty. Tbe boat brands ot mixed erett and the Itcllablo New England in eras peril. As It screamed and roared lican cilice holder In the c.untry should to $1 a gallon for their whisky, and sell it My Farm, containing HO Acres, ailDwelling and glasses every can warranted. Sploudld Jewelry, new, paints small grain aud well Improved. aa fast as they can make it. f Atlanta ConPianos, Faith lifted hr sewing macblno goods, anglers' goods, artists' Rgaln in Its vengencf, baa good cistern at the door and everything ia arbe put out, and I also believe that every stitution. ranged with a view to convenience. Fencing good goods, chromos. fiamcs, lampe, brushes btoka ol The Celebrated Olongh and Warren and and whispered. thin hand and never falling water. I will also sell a pair of all kinds, stationery, a thousand articles for the good republican, if such could be found, aunts and tbe smartest bathe John Ohuroh & do. Organs. Sir John 61oan, of England, died in worK mules, 3 Morses, 1 a comuineu anim.ii, coup- dear grandmas, mal Je nat "He isoimtpg back to mi! I shall see should aleo be put out I believe that the le ol milk Cows, tome Sowa and Shoats, 100 Ewes, by in tbo business all voice once more." 1837 In accordance with his will, 22 Hay, Corn, etc.; Farming Implements, Including Pleate communicate wltb us for catalogues, term him ncaln and hear his good republican should be put out because nd prices. Mowing Machine and Reaper. Dr. M, L. Bourno'a New JDrus Store, Tho nurae moved nearer and whispered I know that an equally honeat and capable rooms in Lincoln Inn Fialds have been bunford, Ky. S. It. Jib ii. J, COOIi, Special Ag'ts, Tebus.' All sums ot JIO and undir cash: oyer Stanford, Ky, that amount, a credit of threo montha kind wnrds, but Faith wake! her aside and democrat is infinitely better for the place scaled and unopened since his death. They est on good, uesot'ab'd note?, for thi with interOr I'.OiE E. r.ICHAP.U, pi raonalty. will be examined on Nov. 22, a tbo will One-lu-ll cash for tho farm; balance In one and two cried out: P.. Penny, Mrs. E. M. CarpenReferences: A. Coumiigfeioiifir'B SbIo I am a democrat and a partisan. I am not rears with Interest. ter, J. M. Philips, J, U. Moore and James Beax-leTheir contents are a myaterr. "Do not cjme botween ua! I hear his a partisan for the lC5.d ol party but because provide. JOSEPU COFFEY. Stanford; Mrs. Magglo Holmes, Crab OrchI loed him, and is hwj ard; Gen. W. J. Landram and Miss Ltizle Huff-mafcotsteps-- ha I helieye the best interest' of our country r LancaiUr, Ky. "Ah, George," ehe murmured, as they regard has came at lad I Lvt me clasp will bo suberyed through upholding the my ovea!" very drove alone the moonlit road, "am I hia hind -l- et mo look into his Louisville of my partv. principles First National Bnk of Stanford. Ky., and others 3TOR SAIiB. dear to you?" And George, as he Raid a Andsgauthe storm lulled, until the Speenb. vs. Trustees or Union College, Barbourrilla B.J. Jj NotlceoiSale. in Equity. little sum in mental arithmetic, in which gale died Into sob i and whisper, and the Having determined to wind up rur partnership By virtue of a judgment and order of sale ot the Be- An Editor's Kewaiid. An editor died a team and his 80 Hilary largely Gzured, business and dlstolre partnership, we will on r io.nrf unnnded miles away. Knox Clrcuti Court, rendered at the September and went to the world's crematory. The eoftly anawored, "very dear." term thereof, 1SS0, in tbe above styled tauao, tbo OHIO for a fresh atMISSISSIPPI I). .1 Saturday, October 16th, 1880, fore the fury gathered Itself undersigned will, on old devil met him with a smile of compassion, tack, two nplrlts pw'Bl out of the A moat astonishing phenomenon of the Otter for aale to tbe highest bidder all of our Livon the and thus shot ofl hia mouth: 10 bead of good (Jeldlngs, Ootobor 25 1386, The direct through Unafrom old catAbllshed routa and house hand In hand and wore afar the splitting of ery Outfit, 4cousistlng of Wolcbmont bv William 1 Stallion yeara old, s "For many long years thou hast borne Jtpaneeo ombquake wat Botwren tho hours of 10 o'clock, a. m. and 3 to Hoaven. She listened and his Welch. lat dam by Almont Jr.; 2 Drummer Wagpath Mountain. In a flash of u door in Dirliour-vlllLouisville & Cincinnati to St. Lonii blame of the bad epelling that the the P4puudayang ons or Hacks, 3 Spring Wagons, I Phaeton, 7 good o'clock p. M , at tbe had echoed In her ear?, Abe had the btring county court day, proccHl to exWagon-- , Buggies, t as and all points in tho West. tavj gotttn off in the paper. The time it waa split Inter eeven parte. Where sets of single good as new, two light doubU Har- 8 pos toKy., Auction to the hlghmt bidder, the t'ubllo b"1 ot ,Mt printers 3 setaol T watched, and her bad atr-oloomed up ness, 3 eetsot Harness, Wagon Harness, all com- following decrlbed property, via. Union Collcgt, Two (2) Dally Trains from Loutavllle to St. Loula. IMiorse had cm e out for one dollar, but alaal the lone mountain waited, and be paper a Three (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati plete: 3 Skeleton Wagons, a lot of Halters. Ac., a In BarbouisTl.Ie, Ky, SJld Property Isbuilt riue been gUddened. She had aeven peaks, each 7.000 feet high. lubatautlliy in well one dollar has often failed to come in to 8L Louis. lot of old Corn In crib, 390 or 400 nuihels Shelled brick bulldlug, and and about Kigbt Thousand come to be with her through the perils the 2 Uuggy Polos modem style, had oil Osts, a lot of Shot! Otts and Hay, for the paper. The printer has bewailed Dollars. hHTlng bn erected In 18HJ. Psld prop- Only 10 hours from Louisville and Cincinnati dark valley. of Alaska wear a thick and a lot ot Livery Tools. 0( the Indian belles to ait. Louis. fa 'or toratlny the Tkxus.' Credit of 4 months on negotiable notes, erty will be sold ol StanLird.a debt In 12,000,ot with thee for wage every Saturday night, when coating of oil and soot on their faces when pas Ky., for Tbo Only .Lino by wbloh you onn able tu Hustonvllle Uauk, with 8 per cent, in- First Nat Bank Oeorcla eeems to have repented of it, per from got a Tbrouxb Gleoping Oar of thou hadst not one red cent to thy name. not in full toilet, Thla is said to preserve terest from date. All Mima under llrt, cash In interest therein at 0 eer ctul. Also a annum laor February 1. 1313. until pall. debt in prohibition mood, If tho latest returns baud. for J 1,0.1 p, with Interest from Ju- of Men have taken thy paper without evn tbe complexion, which, after a thorough property remored until terms are compiled of Green Kl No From Clccioati to St. Louis. Tuesday's eloctlon are clear Indications paw. Alto anew in tutor or w. SO, 1834 until with. Sale to commence at 0 o'clock. paying for It and then cursed theo for not Thtso that are Indebted to tbe flrui will please W Saw) era for S713.IO, with lntottul from July CPVio C JirTUT Is tbo only lice running .nrBl result. Our correspondent sending out a better paper. Thou hast been scrubbing, looks as fair and smooth as a call Also, Ulia'J, wnn interest 13. liH, until paid. and settle their accounta by th,t day. XULU V. OOlKl. through from Louisville p , had a good article of from August 10. 1886, until paid, and tbo cost and Cincinnati says that whirever the people have 106.JI toSt. Louis, all other routes being by the passenger con CAItVEXTElt & GMYESS. called a deid-heathereof. to express their sentiment o sde on a made up of a combination of small roads. Mr chance Txasis of Salk Thla sale will W A single block in tbe vicinity of Castle when thou hast shown thy 'annual' ductora credit of 6 and 12 months, in loual lr.aiallmouts. prahlbltton has suffered. The "wet" tick. to their envious gexa. All these things Garden, New York, and which is about . Tha purchaser will N require i to aire bond with Tbo Ohio A Mlsils.lr.rl lUllway runs Palatial .. a, lint, which has bean for Bleeploa Cars on nL-n-t trains: Luxuriant Par- i.j approTod security fir the paymeut of tha purthou boreal in silence. Why comest tbou 125 by SOO feet, contains no leas than 35 STATE CF KENTUCKY. tor Lrs on aay trams elegant ilay taacn-e- a chase money, to Iuy the l)rco a.d eSct of a I prohibition ruIf.-- N. on all train:. ltgtl Interest frnji day of aale judguitiM, quite a while under COUNTY OF LINCOLN, f here? Go up higher, thou poor man. An saloona, or houaea where liquors can be ob upou eajd property um tl all Direct and close connections are made in UNIOM with a llu retained . Y. 'WorId. the purchase money is paid eternity of rest can eoarcely requite thee." talnel, DEPOTS with diverging lines by IbeO. M. October Term, 1S36. II. F VOSTEI.K.OW, ltallway, thus avoiding trobleaome transTHEAMisuicALucir.M.-- It was sumSpeaking of 13 as an unlucky number, Tbe following ia a copy of the order passed by t MaiterCom'r im Circuit ouit. fers by other routes. women take kindly to journal-Urn- . Southern present October m.r. And Lone Branch. He came were. how about the original 13 colonies and tho the Lincoln County Court at its The Ohio Jk Mlsdsslppl Railway Is the only lino IN TUB Term, IE8: Oyer fifty are connected with news between LoulaTille, Cincinnati end St. Louis va. m.t. He wa handsome and hasty, ordered The ot M. C. Poitman. On motion nation that has grown from them anyWORLD under one management, running alt ila refus- papers of the South and on the 3d of next from and a ter thla date the overseers of tho FOR A trulna through solid and In consequence end I a crquetta. lie proposed. I thing unlucky about them? Thirteenly that county be require! different rubllo roads in this organizing a Southern Educating. la recognized rirst-ClaKoute be- thought month they propose Busltass to certify to tbe uumber cf hours consumed by ed him. I loved him. Bat then I tween those Cities, not. persona furnishing teams fr hauling whilst workPress Association, In all probaagain, Woman's UVy Ci..r.ll, Apply to ticket Agents of connecting Unas for IS flMUn..t.t Pnllnrra or golna to and county, don't you est? he would ask me Islington Ky. ritaUUI lIDlliiai UUIIBCU fulipartliularaaa to rates, time, tuape, clrcuWra Daniel Driecoll the leader of the ing aald loads for tha the place time in to be considered. bility tho women of the country will with returning home from . be didn't. Life. HIcbmI H.p.r sua uoia eai oti oui .uck., or any desired information, or write to But And it la onlirtd that this order be Inserted ttS T.rM-- . bUln,lti Srtttuol Hook.liMpt o nl the men for "Whyo gang," who was found guilty of KOBT. n. FOIUIAN, vessel from in a few years compete with twice in tbe Interior Journal and that S0O tiaerIHu.lneKd..tU.. K00 Ur.4..t iLlluU Trav. Pass. Ag't O. A M. T.'y. Sotrcraet, Ky. The usunl course of a sailing m. MT.icl.ermploj.d. dutier. They are shooting end killing Betsy Garrity in New prints: hand bills be made forcitcuiatlon amongst Ucludlnz Tuition. Suilen.ry t"-J- I atwai SO. yy. m. rt4Auur, tv,n.suauuu, tad Uoud, mile. nearly all journalistic (ics. Piss. Ag't, Hew York to Ban Francisco is 15.8JS8 Prca. and Oen'l Man'gr, and T.I.jr.pkj .tl!rtM. a. intuitive, honest and do not get York, June 30, has been sentenced to be GEO. It. COOVEE. feitint. Clcclnnatl, O. Is 0.000 mile and a quick, ml... adUius W. IL rS..t." rres'l. Lilxtoa,UFo l.t.r Cltrk Lluioln County Court. ICO it Jb By way ot Panama It hanged December 3, X.l'J dnultrs drunk. month's time caa-ile- h 1 rih rit The Episcopal Church will celebrate the centennial annivenary of its formal in 1889. Monsignor Opel denies that he has been guilty of any immoral conduct in in California or eleewbere. According to the year book the aver age age of the Baptist preachers who died in 1834 waa eeveotyaix years and teven months, Mr. Talmage eaya he baa lest but a single Sabbath's work from stcknest since he commenced his pastoral work about thirty year age. The Union Baptist church In Franklin county, MaJa., excluded one of her member for voting the whisky ticket on the day of the election. An effort is beinjr made to get the Key. George O. Dames' Combination back to Lexington and the Court-IIo- ue will probably be secured for him to preach in. Eider Joseph Dillou returned from Nicholas countv yeaterday, where he held a 12 days' meeting with the church nt Eiat Union, which resulted In 23 'additions, 25 b confession.' Tho LoulsviUe Southern Methodist Conference hat 78 puaonsges, 100 preach er; 370 churches and 30,100 members, of whom 20 are colored. Baptisms for the year were 810 infan's and adults. Eld 0. V Yancey preached his first sermon of the protracted meeting to be held at the Christian church, Sunday night and will until further inttce preach at 3 o'clock tu the afternoon and at 7 o'clock in the evening. He Is a man of much ability and stands high as a revivalist. . , Osrcn write that he and Hro. Hbeckleford held a few days meeting at Walnut Grove which resulted In one meeting at Freedom a nlnc-day- a' with Oconfeiilonr; another at Boone Fork with 8, and he and Bro. Snodgrass a two week' meeting at Huel Dill with 21. Deau Emends: -- Thanks for your hearty invitation toe come to Stanford. Wo accept it with eincereit gratification and will couio at the.earlicit moment, by the will of God. It will perhaps be sometime in Dec. before wcan reach you, but sooner or later, It shall be our joy to revisit you, Erer in Jesus. AlTeclionately, Geo. 0 Barnes. Eagincer George Ballard, of the Pennsylvania railroad, recently arose in a Jersey City synagogue and said that he desired to embrace the Jewish faith. He said that he had never before profcued any religious faith, but that he thought the Hebrew re ligton to bo the most charitable and free from hypocrisy. Qe waa permitted to be come a member of the congregation. Eld.-Mnrti- Or LOO AN COUNIT, Is a CsnJfdata or the office Lancaster. ofSuperlntendant Democrats In this section are feeling to the Democratic) of ruWIe Instruction, subject State Conrentlon. mighty goad over the defeat of Albert Willis at Louisville Saturday. ! Mrs. Hulcee, tho temperance lecturer, occupied the pulpit at the Christian church A raluablo 9tock Farm rontslntu 31 Acre Sunday evening and deiivorel a forcible attnateJ 1 mile from Crab Orctiard on the Bun lord pike. sermon to h crondud house. ai Tbs two naw sod raoms over same, aide of Main street, built by Bev. W. O. Goodloo delivered his fare- In Stanford, on Boath tho brick residence in which Owsley & Poo. Also well sermon at the Proshricrian church I am now llrlng. Jrin.OlVHKBY, JJ-maaiora, ity. Sunday morning. Hi haa not yet decided where he will nnk hi home in the future, -Mr Satn Miliar'- license doe not ex- IN STANFORD. piro until Aa,jiit 23, 1837. At the Ray The Harden tbe best in Stanford, House, Hamilton Houe end the Mesop in location an 1 arrangement. Applv to the licenses expire April 2(J, Febru Hotel IF. WELCH, nry 22 and Janunry 25, respectively. . M Stanford, Ky. Two ye?rs ago when the vole on local option was taken in this precinct the ua Lincoln Circuit Court, iorlty for licence wa? 147. Saturday the V. W. Johnton r. Jennio Johtaton. On petition. (emperanco ptople had n majority for local Tbs petitioners haro this day filed their n option of 102, a gain of 219 in two years. in the Clerk's office ol aald Court, The election Saturday was by far the ho'-te- st said Jecnte Johnston b empowered toasking th at use, cojojr, one over htld in Loncaaler. The la- aelland convey fjr bor own benefit any property she may own or acquire, free from the debts or dies went to tho polls in person and had claims of her husband, to make contracts, sue nnd be aurd aa a single woman, in ber own their lecturers there also. Young ladies and dispose of ber propertytradewill or deed. name by It la now ordered that action be walked around the etreets singing hymcr. published in tbe Interiornotice of said newspaper Journal, a In tbo afternood when it Wrs known tha published in Stanford, Ky.. for Urn days. JASlta V. UAILEY, the movement would be victorious the IW-- tf Clerk Lincoln Circuit Court. wild, Church bells were rung, town went drum beaten nnd a perfect pandemonium ricned, A monster ratification meeting wan held t the Christian church at night, when n number of spealcrs nddrcs-t- d the largo audience preeent. $25 Reward! Stolen, from my pastura on th Somerset roul, 7 mile from Crab Orchard, on Mendav nlijht, to e 20th Inst., a light bay marc, about 19 handa high, 8 years old, baa a scar on left hip Ilk burn; small whit spot on left side madoby I will glTe a reward of 12) for her return to me. iT. HAUXK8H, 16M Postofflcs. Crah Orchard, Tj FOR 8AXE itore-roir- ti. I am dally opening an elegant lino or Fail Including all MIlllo-r- y, Tho Latest Novelties of tho Soason. 8 tore Room Store-Roo- - for ISeiit Also Notions, such as Handkerchiefs. Collara and Cuffs, Ituchlng, Corsets, Bustle, etc. You will find me at the rooms lately yacatnl by Smiley A Warren, next door to the Myera Home. 2m KATE JJUDDKUAR. 3TX2WC09IIS HOraSft main-tuni- potl-tlo- m Toitm J?ov Sale d Ague Cure lie-mltt- AYER'S C KMiS & BRO. TIMBER LUMBER, - I 153-l- I A THAIN 1 "I!!" POWDEi PUBLIC SAIiE! PIANOS ! Absolutely Pure. BOXJJENJffi post-offic- ed t y, n, Iilvcry Stable Outfit UNION J30LLEGE! 133-ly- Monday. i foot-fall- Court-Hous- e, Kl'l .,. soft-soa- d County Court Order. "'' ...... s, j. as TCrStt., BwOre, .r(.a .3 Snai-SceHlglntenorlou- 1 . .. N Co). Guests' "Terra Cotta" won a race isville & Nashville, done more than any Jos Carter, treasurer, got away 'with at Latonia last Thursday in 1.15, beating other living man could have done to re $51,000 of the funds of Pittsfield, Pa. Allegany, Dahme and Poteea, Stanford, Ky., October 12, 1886 lieve the waning fortunes of that road aud The widow of E. Boyle Owsley, of LouJohn Robinson's big circus is to be place it oh a basis of credit and confidence, isville, died of heart disease Friday, aged here Wednesday, the 27th, inat. The post would refute to continue his connection 69 V7. P. WALTONr John Dalan,anunmntried man, aged ers are already up and are very gorgeous. with it, since tho directors saw fit to elect While digging in his garden a few days " 30, of .Virginia, and a conductor on, a .KenMr. Eckstein Norton president in his stead ago Mr. James R. Dodde, of this place, un But those who tucky Central freight, fell from a car at and mako him DEMOCRATIC TICKET, earthed a copper metal about the size of Paris Friday and was killed. have the interest of that great thorough For Congress, Two indictmenta'agalnst the- - Rv. W. tbe new nickel, on one side of which was a fare at heart will rejoice that he has conpicture of Henry Clay, and tbe following JAHES U. aicOREARY. cluded to continue its management, with W. Downs, the notorious Boston pastor, Inscription) "Henry Clay, the farmer of 01 M&dtion. the stipulation that the change was to be charging adultery with Mrs. Tiber and Ashland, born April 12, 1777," and on the only one of titles and that his authority Alice Dampsey, have been returned. --i an ii Col. C. E. Sears will take editorial reverse side, "The noble supporter of the wise be curtailed. As a railThe hard fought battle for tho demo-crati- c should in no Mr, people's rights." The medal showed tracts Smith ii without an charge of Dorsheimer's paper, the Now 2 LOUISVILLE, KY., (75 Acres under one roof.)in road manager nomination for Congresj in the Louo'f once having been gilded so as to look under his care the York Star, on the 18th. Mr. Will T. Price isville district resulted la a victor for Hon equal in the Sauth, and like gold and was evidently one of the late is dramatic critic for tho same paper. N. has acquired a popular confidence 'ArAXESE YILLAOE.-rR- OE. AsherG. C.uuth by the overwhelming ma L.& VARTrs XATURAL IttSTORY COLLECTIOX.-T- EE ART COLLEO It is conceded that the democrats of Henry's campaign documents. and respict all over the Siuth that no othOF GETTYSBVRCI.-DAilROS- CU jority of 1,263, a result that Is very grat-- On Saturday Bet Carroll started West ORCHESTRA. CAMA'S JJAXD. er corporation possesses. The election of Indiana will secure the next Legislature ifying to ever man who loves pure democREWORKS, and ovor Ono Thousand OTHER MEW FEATURE Mr, Norton as president was from no dis- and elect a democrat to the United States to grow up with the country, but on ber racy, untainted with mugwumpery, and arrival at the depot (raw very abgry at betrust of Mr. Smith, but simply for a matter Senate to succeed Harrioon, republican. opposed to unconstitutional methods of takHavana cigar makers are still on a ing accused of being drunk, and at once ing money from the public treasury. Mr. of convenience to the stockholders who strike and the manufacturers have organiz stripped for a fight with the whole United business in New York Willis it a statesman of the boodlo variety, could transact such by which nearly 20,000 peo- States. She took offher dress and several as they would deem bast from time to time ed a lock-out- , who cares ranch more for an appropriation ple have boen thrown out of employment. unmentionable garments, and made the for their own interests. MEHOIIANT TAIXOB. than for the old flag, and his mothods have re sound with language, which, to say The Steamer Anchorla, with 500 pas- air been signally rebuked. The 5th district is TnE sensational trial of Prof. Slrunk at the least of, was unparlimentary. When e at New York composed of Louisville and the county of New Albany, lad., for the murder of the sengers, is two weeks over-dushe had,approached so near a state of nudiI bars rrctlTod aaJ still rtcetvlnc from Eogland and great concern is felt lenerson, anu Mr. Car u in carried every man who bad led his wife from the path of ty that eeveral newspaper reporters and a ward in the former and ten voting places virtue, ended Saturday night in a verdict about it. Later: Is tafe with broken few other male spectators, were horribly in the latter. This is something to be proud of acquittal. The proof showed that the shaft. shocked, an officer tackled her, and after a Senators Lafayette and Gen. Grevy, brisk engagement succeeded in taking her of and proves conclusively that those who church was their place of meeting and they ComprUlDf tbt beit In th tuaiktt, which will the President's brother, will represent the have been belittleingjtbe strong support of were more than once caught there in U to jail, where she slept off her drunk. dtlietu the Courier Journal and lima were not quite It took the Indiana fury 45 French Senate at the ceremonies attending Gotten Up in Style and Make Second to None in City or Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Beddow left this Country. bo well posted as they imagined. Those minntea to arrive at a verdict of acquittal. the unveiling of the Statue of Liberty at morning for Somerset, where they expect Give Mo Trial. A Kentucky jury would have cleared the New lork, Oct. 28. papers are justly a power in Kentucky and Judge Owsley to remain eeveral weekr. John Corbett committed suicide at was in town he who professes to believe otherwise fools husband without leaving their seats. There EST. on his way to Somerset nobod v so much as himself. The latter pa would have been no statutory law to have Nashville after writing a note to a friend Court, now in a ssioo. Mr. Mike Hope, per indulged in a little crowing, but the helped them to that end, but the unwritten saying: "I'll pay you them ten cents when who came hero to attend the re union last Gauritr-Joumspeaks of the victory in a law which permits a man to defend and yon come to my country. Yours on the Friday, left for his home in Laurel modest manner, with no spirit of exulta- protect his homo from the machinations of morphine train to heaven or hell." county. Mr. and Mrs. Street Van Meter Got. Knott respited for 60 days Har- left tion whatever, and counsels the contending designing rakes is stronger, and justly so, for their home in Arkansas. factions to forget the late struggle and In this State than if it had been enacted by vey Pash, the negro who assassinated an- - Rey. J. G. Bruce left fcrShelbyllle, unite in giving Mr. Caruth that large half a dozen general assemblies. If the omer negro in nelson county. The ma-tin- called there by the extreme illness of his was to occur last Friday and all the sister-in-la- w, in Xovembsr to which hia genuine woman has any conscience left, her punish Mrs. Roes. Miss Brown, of democracy, ability and worth entitle him mtnt is nearly as severe as death, when she arrangements had been made for it. Cincinnati, arrived to day on a visit to her DEALER IK- The President has pardoned Ammon friend, Miss Mattie Fisher. Mr. Bull The republicans in the 4th are having a contemplates the life she has wrecked and N. Tenny, J. C. Kemp and been taken but J. R. Chrietoi-fe- r, Guest left on a visit to Louisville hard time getting some fellow to run against that which would not have three Mormon Bishops, who were con- and Cincinnati. Mr. Jas. Wilson returned for her acts. Montgomery. They are about to hit upon The Louisville lima, which began up- victed In Arizona two years ago of viola- on Saturday from a visit to Ulrichvllle, Judge Balden, of Lsbanon, and if ho is tion of the Edmunds law and sentenced to Ohio, where his neices, the children of his chosen we warn the democratic nominee on Mr. Willis last winter and did not let Imprisonment in Datroit. sister, the Ute Mrs. Wolf, now make their not to, under any circumstances, permit his np till his defeat Saturday, says of the vicNotwithstanding the assertion that home. Miss Bertie Rogers has returned opponent to sleep in the same room with tory of the true democracy: It is a victory Maine is a temperance State and a pattern that means something. It means the confrom a visit to relatives In Harrison. him during the canvass, or even in the for other States, in the Superior Court Fri Three members of tbe Society of same hotel, if he can prevent it. Toe old summation of the victory of 18S4. It means day over $5,000 was paid in fines for liquor Friends or Qaakers as they are sometimes mau is the most accomplished snorer in the that mugwumpery is stamped oat in the selling in Portland alone, and sentences in called, arrived here on Saturday and held country, and hia driven more than one one district of Kentucky where it found which there were over $1,000 in fines imreligious services yesterday at 3 o'clock at a lodgment. It means that gnbbsrs of .the man crazy with his serenades. We slept posed. the Walnut Street M. E. Church South, in the same room with him once, but all treasury surplus must take a back teat. It Oidei-MillM. N. Neeld has fled from Chicago to and at night at the Colored Methodist the diamonds of Golconda would induce not means that the little clique who own our Canada after disposing of bogus warehouse little Congressman can no longer dictate to church. They go from here to Somerset, us to do the same thing again. receipt aggregating $400,000, of which the democratic party of this city. It means thence to Chattanooga and Atlanta. Their W. B. The Chicago anarchists were refused a that democratic principles are above any $100,000 will fall upon a single New York object is to see the country, give religious JOHN MeKlNNEV 1 fa I mis en. UlllOUT, bank. Tne old and respected firm of J. new trial and when asked If they had anyto the negroee, and others needor any gang. In short, it means individual instructions C. Ferguson & Co. is ruined by his crookthing to say, why the sentence of death that the masses, and not the classes, are on ing it, to visit prisons, comfort tho inedness. should not be pissed on them, they each top. mates, and to try to do good generally. delivered thetasslvei of lengthy, bitter and The examining trials of Mrs. Munday Mr. Rhea, having declined the three and her dupe, Carter, for the murder of Their names are J. S. Fowler and Esther threatening harangues, which occupied two Fowler, his wife, who belong at Bartlett, JSmm- . fair proposals Mr. Haisell, hope of mo !.- - I uaj. fill jujga iisisnea as patiently as harmony in theoftroubled 3J isalldispelled Col. Hawkins was concluded at Harrods- Washington county, Ohio, and Martha burg Saturday night and resulted in each he could through it all and then ssntenced Sleivelyn, of Pewsville, Morgan county, the Beven fisnds to be hung by their necks and the fight with them will be to the fin- being held to the Circuit Court in $2,000, ish, with both cast to the demnition bow- and now Mrs. Munday his two murders to Ohio. In their drew and manners they till they are dead, on Friday, December 3. closely resemble the Shakers, with whom Unfortunately the sentences will not b9 ex- wows and a republican elected in a district answer for. DrilrilD;tllkltia jf we all are familiar, but unlike the Shakers, The Court of Appeals, in the Fech-beimecuted then, as tho cases now go to the that is 3,000 democratic. Toe democracy they slopthey marry. While in Danville ought to rise in their might, throw both of Court of Appeals. case at Louisville, decides that ed at E. A. Akins, on Main street. them overbold and nominate a new man. drummera and others selling goods by simIt won't do to notica some people. It of the 3 1 Oaio Infantry Tbe Wc are indebted to our attentive Con- ple, though not residents, mutt not ba re on the battle field of Perry villa on Friday magnifies their importance and they really beia to think they are somebodies. For gressman, Gov. McCreary, for a copy of the quired to pay greater license than resident was a very pleasant affair throughout. The instancs, we deigned to refer to the alleged Campaign Book of the Democtatic Party, merchants and dealers. Judge Pryor de citizens of the vicinity nearly all attended editor of that alleged newspaper, the "regal a useful volume of 300 pages, devoted to livered tbe opinion. best to make the veterans John P. Barrett, of tho Hartford Her-ai- and did their Danville lribune," and it swelled him up the achievements of the democracy and the who had come so far have a good time. sued the L. & N. for $10,000 because bo he wanted to fight a billy-go- at, when expoaura of the.fraud and rascality of the Many representatives of Pennsylvania, Inone of its conductors ejected him from a heretofore he was satisfied to wrestle with republicans in their 24 years of misrule. diana and the Kentucky Union regiments tank ' parlor car, and on the case being heard at one of his owo breed and natural associa to, of the 31 Ohio Tub centennial edition of the Frankfort Louisville last week ho was awarded 50c were present, but the Bkunk. After dinner, them all. Capital wa3 a daiay, It was chock full of The railroad company thought this too outnumbered which was prepared by lie ladles, appro That able theologian, the Rsv. F. pictures of distinguished and much and asked for a now trial. delivered by General of the Harrodsburg Democrat, otherwise and but for the marring effect The president hes appointed Gen. priate speeches were devotes a column to the discussion of Rev. that the physiognomy of Col. H. M. S. 8 Fry, General John Baatty and Colonel John M. Corse postmaster at Boston. He Georfce 0 Barnes and his methods and W. S. Furay, of Columbus, Ohio, and Judge gave it, the whole would have been was a gallant soldier in the late war and concludes that with all his earnestness and as baautiful m it is entertaining. lost a part of hia cheek In one of the Geor M. H. Owsley, of Lancaster. A distinctive Stntlencas of character and devoted service, Tub election for Congressman occurs gia campaigns. He has been a faithful feature of General Beattr's address was his he teaches that which is fnlce. This ought jual threa weeks from to day, the 1st Tues democrat ever since the war and is now defense of General Buell, the Federal comto settle it, no doubt, bnt we shall continue day in Navetnber, which is tho 21 day of Chairman of the Democratic State Com- mander, who because he did not defeat or to belive that Mr. Barnes is too well capture General Brapg, has been charged the month. Gov. McCreary has arranged mittee in Massachusetts. fortified with bible proofs to be altogether a list of appaintmeats, which appears elseRichard Cauteler, a Baltimore sports- with incompeUncv and by seme extremely NCHIIKYN, a false teacher. where in this i3iue, to which his oppanon t man, made a remarkable record tbe otber loyal souls, with net desiring to defeat the General Bealty If Caruth was Mr. Haldeman'a candi- is invited to divide time. day on the marshes of the Gunpowder riv- Confederate commander. date, as charged, tho old gentleman seems er. He began the day's shooting with 115 disposed of all that nonsenre in a masterly tiOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. his speech, which was reportto hare been fully vindicated. The Willis shells and a twelve-gauggun. At the manner, and Inqorgans made their entire fight against him close of the day he had 100 rejd birds, 12 ed in full in last Saturday's Cincinnati Sam R. Robinson, a brother of the Grain, Wool, NccIh, Fm:iI, Coal, Lumber,'. Etc. is well worth reading. Among those and Mr. Willis himself seemed to think Congressman, died at Eltzibethton, Fri- water partridges, 5 blue wings, 2 rail birds uirer, who attended wa Captain Slack, of the that it was Haldeman and not Caruth that day. and 5 plovers. Instead of 11 thero were 30 persons be had to down. Hurrah for the old man' A dressing-rooof a variety theatre 69th Ohio Infantry, who left his right arm There's vitality and a heap of it In him killed by the blowing up of the steamer in St. Louis was the scene Sunday night of on the battlefield'duriDg his last previous yet. Mascot te. a tragedy more vivid and terrible than any visit 24'yeais before. Arriving on the field of Martha Washington, to be ever eeen upon its boards. Josie Martelle, he went at once to tbe house of Squire The cut TnE death of Senator PiKe, of New Hampshire, is a reminder of how fow of used on onaof the treasury notes, cost $800 a specialty actress, was stabbed through tbe Henry P. Bottoms, where he waa carried the men who sit in the Senate of the Uni to engrave. heart by her reputed husband in a fit of when wounded, and where hia arm was amBritish scientists say they have found jealousy, The murderer then plunged the putated. Going into tbe same room where ted States are ever heard from by the country at larga. We must confess that wa proof in Welch caves that men existed weapon into hia own breast and fell dead tbe amputation was performed, be look-e- d out of tbe same window he looked from beside his victim. would have shown our ignorance had we 210,000 years ago. when be saw his arm carried out and hurCharles Jackson, wanted at Somerset been asked to name the man who has just Tbe hack line from Liberty to McKio DRUGGISTS JINO for the murder of William Bazzard, has ney has been discontinued and now runs ried. Having identified the spot, he had gone to that bourne, etc. there found without been captured in Cincinnati. from Liberty to Yosemite, connecting with the earth opened and The condemned anarchist, Eagle, stated any trouble tho bones of bis arm. He took Minister S. S. Cax has returned from all trains. A movement by the nrohibi in hia speech to the judge at Gnlcago Turkey and says he will run for Congress if tlon people at Liberty has culminated in a them home with him, so that finally all bis that he became a socialist on roading the bis Slack Drngg, Wnll Paper, party will nomlnato him. WIuch. .IXnNlcal petition to the county judge asking for a bones might rest together. Captain worka of Henry George, the man who has Olio Luteals, Bqokm is a handsome and agreeable gentleman Lin nor John Kelly, the umpire, has signed submission of the question to a vote of the InHfrnemenu, Paliita, been nominated by the workingmen of New Stationery, as the the manager of the Louisvilles at a people of that precinct at the November and while here and at Perryville had a rocKet OIlH, loIiaccoM. York for maycr. This will not have much salary Cnflery, number pf pleasant conversations with LanipH, understood to be $2,500. Pcrllnincry, election, and notice has been given accord Fire Arms, fifaculn of a tendency to help him with outsiders officers and soldiers. His home The fellow who composed the song ingly. Yosemite News. r..vxnM'KTt. . Onr Jew dry, Sllvermiro mill Dnflxnl Mnn.to ft...-- -. in his race 4 i is in Ashley, Ohio. "Climbing up the golden stair," is in jail Mr. Lakin, roa of the. proprietor of a ! Tlios. li'charJa. - irlio Will RtTnalr ffiatri n?rK. Mr. Willis says fraud was opanly prac- at jNow York for forging a cheek for $225. a coal mice In Leicester, England, i'iuiu(iii uuu ia ibo acji The psst summer was such as to develop descend ticed against him, but not enough to change The President has just purchased a ed the shaft, fearing that something was to a remarkable degree the Stramonium or the result. Ha will therefore abide the da magnificent upright piano for his country wrong. He did not return and a brother Jimson weed, sometimes called the Jamescialon of the party and cheerfully support house. It cost $5,000, and wa built to or- followed him. As be also failed to return, town weed. Parents should know that the the nominee. This latter sentence has the der. another brother and then the father de- seed of this noxious growth are deadly poi 8enator Pike, of New Hampshire, is Best democratic ring and shows that Mr. Willis dead at Franklin Falls, sged 67. He served scended. As none of them rame back, son. inoevmptoms are similar to tuoto has not forgotten his early training. Waterproof careful search was made, which resulted in following the use of belladonna, dilation of one term in Congress beforo being elected is now avid that not a single straight the finding of all four dead from choke-damthe pupils of the eye, heat and drvnesi of Coat, to the Senate. republican was elected to the Georgia tho mouth and throat, nausea, vomilinp, TfafTSnDBiNOCLtCKEBUirrtiil,4 vtt.irroor, n.l will kp foaiirr la The passage of the steamer Alameda last week. S) much the better for Wi U tntlra tlJU. V.wir or Immunol. Nun, r.nnlnt without lb. "Fun Mr. Bean, of Clnrb, sold 60 Shorthorns dizziness, convulsions and stupor. Twenty from Auckland to Sin Francisco in 23days urtoj- Illnttr.uj Culom. frt. A I Tow.r, notion, lui Georgia. In South Carolina the republiof tbe small seeds will produce death. and six hours reduces the time around the at an averago of $55, cans make but one nomination for Conre world to 60 days. J. I. Case, the owner of Jay Eye Bee, is A Mississippi woman had her gress, that of the nogro, Smalls, who will and began lifo as a black taken and as her husband fondly gazed at Autographs of tho aignera of tbe Dec- worth ba T3 elected as usual, laration of the Independence brought smith. His name is Jerome Increase Case, it he discovered that sbo had tbe biggeet 50 Reports which reach the United States mouth he ever Baw on n human ftmalo in the sale of the Ciat collection at and the horse's name is his initials, Elghtoon Professors and Instructors. treasury at Washington from the great trade New York Saturday. Mechanical, Scientific, EnglnBerlne.Classlcal. Normal School. There goes the dinner IIU assertion led to a sharp retort, and in "Hurry up, Toil centres show business exceedingly prosperinomai J. Uiuverlus, convicted of the. bell," said ono boarder to another. "They the, row that followed the photographer wts by a bullet nr.d ous and tho merchant everywhere predict murdei of Fanny Lillian Madison, was ought to call it tbe chestnut bell In this stabbed, the husband Lit --.better times than they hare had for a long rncu ur I Ul I IUIN. Saturday to be hanged Dae. 10 house. It always rings for tho same old the wlfo had her arm broken. She ought Vor Cnloloixuo and ether Informattoa T tT fr, Kv known btt"r A.!dreM Ttrrrn have been rnmori that Mr. M. Qi.n Victoria has made tho opal the II. Smith, who has as president of the Lou- fsshloaable ornament. ""OAmHLLE.BBYLECOUBtir. gPggg; o v5aBBgiBagl&L.iiaJJW axriMErtrir Kac OSXTXOXI r PBSHwsiwt '- MiJ IO.-BAT- TI.E New Goods for Spring and Summer, o. r IXJII,E-Sr- to-da- to-d- ay y ma-jori- ty w. He KMiae, -- to-da- y Hardware, Farming Implements, Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cement, Elevator, Pumps, fcc. , - WEBB & MENEFEE. er on Farminglmplements and Machin ery, 7a' office-holder- Mc-Car- ty Flue Baggie, Gosstageg, e Spring Wagons, Buck Boards. Farm Wagons, M'ROBERTS, & STAGG, PHJIIlMUriSTS, Opora House Blook, Stanford, Ky. Clear, 8j0 -- ,. .,? ;,"Vw"i?. "uo " OWJE.r? It Lsg-islatu- re SUCKER ii m tin-ty- $1,-125.- STATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY jaiSsssys iaPm'V.S86PATrRHON, nuuutu PJl. n Ix!llEtO, Kentucky. '& Ws T. NxwRtiMni, Citron, Ctirrante, &3, nt 11. Wallon'si Main and Sotreml eta, Stafford, Ky, B. O. WALTON. October 12, 1886 BunlnoBB on the Tiie $1.50 ezenraion to Louiaville rues lltk aud will be the laat chance for a cheap ride to the Eipoalttoo. last day for filing suits for the Circuit Court, which begins here on the lib Monday, 25'.h. Manager. ., Friday will be the l.&N. Mall LOCAL TIME CARD.. m.. I1 train olng Nona ........... ' Bouth. ....... EspiMslraln"! Houtb i 1 a terrible and fatal collision of freight .... 1 i M. Mftf h we ii 2 18 Atlfi trains at Mclvinney, but on inquiring Thsejots li calculated on standard time. Holat were not able to get them aubatantlated. at la about 20 minute Imuu All persons having claima against the LOCAL NOTICES. eitate of M, G. Nevlna, decoaaed, are diBuy jour School Books from l'enr.- - & rected to present them to mo properly ver ified immediately. J, B Pazton, adminMoAllater. W ATCiira and Jewelry repaired on ehor istrator. notice and warranted by Penny & MoAlle Dan Gray, the Clay county mm, who r. A coMrLKTE atock of jewelry, Iateat haa been in jail here 8 months, charged ttyle. Rockford watchea a specialty. Pen-&T- with two murders, was taken back to that MoAllater. county Saturday by Sheriff Robert Clark Ocn Dru Department ia complete, with for trial this week. .. Purs Goods at prlcea aa low a the loweat. Mr. John M. McRoderts, Sr , who rePenny & MoAllater. turned yesterday, requests ua to thank the PERSONAL, good people who worked ao nobly and savMns J, T.O'Hicrn hai gone to Loa.i ed his house the night of the Craig fire, " during his absence in the West. villa toTlelt relatlvee. & 65 IS 28 t, K. r, m. Revorth i.. were current hero veiter Jav of ..i 5i!T AflrmlSLBCSlB. l. u umane, it uo'iij ur.r.,BUip-pe- d to Greenville, Miss., a car load of mules 15 hands high, for which he paid $117 a SALE OF- head. f E P, OweJey sold to E. G. Carrier, of Asbevllle.N. G.,8JerMT cattle for $485 and J. E (.arson sold to imt prty 32 Southdown sheep for $250. The Jttte; DftfJcr' AiiocUUon will hold tbelr ,Thc Wonderful 2. year old coll, first isle t Trocj A Wilsoa's stab'e which started In thirteen races thla In LrxlDKtOD, Kr., on season without meeting vltu a defeat, baa October 21, 1886, won over $40,000 for his owners, tho Dwy-e- ra Thursday, -Tre-tnon- f, Beml-Ann- . . ;. ' .. 1 Jersey Cattle fi'-fi;1- 1 it WVLTO -- agent for the estate of Miss Rachel Conilitlogof Ohrid ol fttoale icpresuttlTe of tbtlrhtrJs; Ctrpenter, Dr. OnfvjtM the farm of 357 acres near Hustonville, Saturday, to A. W., St. Lamberir, St. Hellers, Signals, Commasslj, Gilderoys, John D and T. L Carpenter at $35 10 per And othtr leaJlog ttrilns repreicnted. acre. D. CTWhunr, the mu'e buyer, pur chasrd 4,0 weanling mules at prSres ranging from $30 to $70. C..rn in the Geld sold Kor Cslaloguei iJdrcn at $1 30, $1 30 and $1 40 at as many Bales. -A Doalor In- - J ; Sale DEOsitixr GROCERIES, President Board of Mansgeri, Lexington, K jr. Hitrrodsbur'Democrat. Brlnkley, Catron A Co. bought 11 mules, various grade', 13 to 15 hands high, at from $00 to $120 pr head They also bought 10 hum! of catile at 2 lo 3 ct Last week they bmhi 14 he id nf catile, Som 000 pounds, olGeute Jonea nt 2 eriet R'p.rtsr. At the sal tf ptra mat property of the hto Hugh A. Moran, in Midlaon, 55 Bbort horn cattle sold it an average of $70 The for Red Rote of hightst price paid Sour sla, $100, by J. N D nny, of Garrard; 10 trotting tiore averaged $220; Shninhiredown fhe?p brought $7 to $16 and8iiuihdowna$5 5'); 0 mules brought $850; 18 at 1 560 pound entile 4J and 100 acre of corn $1.17 prr oirrel. The total real rd at Ihe eaU wis $12 000. At Ha- gnn'ii sale 2 yenr old m'lle brought $00 to $111 and colls $74; lat hga $4 05 and two cattle $28 - ReEisier. Ter-olWESTERN VILLAGERS. FOR NALE, Splendid As -- tilgotea. Mill Property undradctd of PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, In Stanford, ICy. Matttoglj, the undersigned will Miea Joe Enoleman haa returntd frouva visit lo Franklin. m ?. 4 lit ' t i W& . m Dr. R. Goldstein, son of Dr. A. Goldstein, the akillfiul optician of Louiaville, will arrive at the Port-ma- n House October 10, h, and will remain one week. If you are doubled with your eyea and need Spectacles adjusted to tbem, you can avail yourself of thia splendid opMr. James B, Collier, of Lancaster portunity. Dr. Goldstein has been In the yeaterday to meet aome frlenda waa profession for rears and has a reputation LouiaTille from for faithful and nmpelent work. He guar Mrs. M. B. Mc A lister and Mra. An anteta to givo entire aatiafaction. . Hundley, of Danville, apent several daya with relatives here. The City Council has rescinded the orMas. J. O. CARrEOTER and Misses dinance confinlug the auction of cattle and Licclo Beriley and Ella Rimaty have re other stock to Short atreet aud hereafcer will permit them to be told anywhere it turned from Louiaville. Mns. Julia Penny haa been elected suits the buyer and seller. Thia action was taken on the complaint of the stock Preaident of the Woman's Miaalonary of the Baptist church here. men, who claim that the former ordinance Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mathews, of had nearly ruined this aa a market, for cat Simertet, have removed to Tupelo, NIm., tie especially. An attempt was made to have a set of scales put up in front of Court where Mr. Mtthewahaaensaged in bis Square, but it failed, aa it should. One of of engloeering. Mr. '8. A. Clark, of Jamestown, the councilmen wanted to be permitted to Ind.,read in the paper about the breaking put up a stable on a portion of thi public of our pree and Immediately forwarded ua lot. That loo was very properly voted a veer and a halfe subfcrlptloo to help ua down. out. We don't know Mr. Clark, but we s John Thomas, a bowler from the are wllim. to swear ho ia a chrlatian genof Bitter Creek, was drunk hero the tleman. other night and carcrled around showing Mrs. M. C. Haitley epsnt several bow be did thinga in Jellico. Marshal daya in Lancaster li!enln? to the preach- Kewland stood him as long ca Le could ing of Rev. George O. Ihrnea. A large and then he covered him with his pistol number of frlenda attended the service and made him hold up his hands till he Sunday afternoon, when it ia aald Mr. examined him for a concealed weapon. It Barnea preached one of tbo finest aermona was there sure enough, but Xewland did ofbUIU- not let t stay there long. He then march' ed Thomas before JuJge Caisjn, who fined LOCAL MATTERS. him $25 and ordered him to jail, but Ciun in the grocery Fntsu ty Attorney Carpenter permitted him to go line -- at Waters A Wearen'a. on to his eick brother on a deposit of the A rosTOJTlcr. haa been established at pistol acd $10. We suspect the sick broth-e- r business was only a dodge; at any rate Flatwood in Gtrranl county. the attorney might better have let the law Fnraii Qsh and oysters, served in any take its course: " wsy and at any time at J. T. HarrU. Badly HuRT.-- Dr. W. W. of House and lot on Danville pike, a mile Lincoln county, who haa been here tbia from town, lor sale or rent. 1). R. Carpen- - week attending court, fell from the second story window of the residence of Dr. J. W . Metcali A Foster' is the place to buy Parker last night and hurt himself serious your 8tove. They are headquarters on all ly. He ia the guest of Dr. Parker while " here'and not being acquainted with tie classes of goods. house, walled out, thinking he was on the A new and handsome stock of fall goods ground floor. It is thought no bones were has just been received by 8. n. 8hanks. broken, though ho was severelv btuised. a Call and examine them. Ho is an old gentleman in hia 80lh year ol The Union, of Pniladelphia. Paxton A age. Somerset Reporter. Dr. J. B. Owsley went down to see his Tribble agents, haa settled in fell with Will Craig the $2,500 Insurance held on hla fur father and found him quite seriously, though not necessarily, fatally injured. He nlture. is not able to move, though no bones are for the OpeOnly two ahowa are booked broken. Whether he Is internally injured ra House ao fir thia season. Al G. Fields' or not remains to be developed. Minstrels for Djc lit and Monte Chrleto, SrEAni.No -- Hon. Jumes B McCreary, Deo. 4 th. ii on the 21, 22 and 23 of nominee of the democratic party for ConRemember that this month I will have my regular fall and gress in the 8:h Congressional District, winter opening. Be sure to attend it. Miss will speak at the following times and places: Taylorsville, Friday, 15th; Bai-daSuwade Bers'ey. Shelby county, Saturday, 10tb; Din News comes from Ltncaater that Mils ville, Monday, 18tb; Hustonville, TueaJav, Nell Duncan, who was very low of typhoid 19tb; Bryantavllle, Wedntalay, 20tb; convalescent since being fever, has become Thursday, 21sl; Salyisa, Friday, annotated by Brother Barnea. 22ad; Harrodsburg, Saturday, 23rd; Mt. The K. O. advertises a rate of 75 cents Vernon, "Monday, 25tb; EaH Bernstad', to Richmond and return on the 20tb; tick- Tuesday, 20.b; McKee, Wednesday, 27th; The oc- Booneville, Thursday, 28th. Cipt. Thomas ets good till next day returning. of John Robinson's Todd, uomlnoe of the republican party, la casion is the exhibition invited to be present, and lime will be dl huge circus, vided. Speaking each day at 1 o'clock, The news comes from St. Louis that the heir has been celt bra r. m. arrival of a son and ted by Mr. and Mrs. Breckinridge Jones. LAND. STOCK AND CROP As it was the first, it was weighed, of course' Wanted Bacon-- nt TR. WallonV. and showed 0 pounds. A Gallatin, Tenn., firm sold to of Ellstbethtown, Ky 150 head The sheriff of Harlan delivered to Jailer Owens for safe keeping, Friday, Frank feeding cattle at $2 75 to $3 3b, Clem, charged with murder; Thomas Shack-leforTho total packing ot hogs in the West manslaughter and Hiram Jennings, since March 1st is estimated to have been malicious shooting and wounding. 4,445,000 hnga ngsinst 3,820,000 a year ago, We would have bet ten to ono on local Mr. G. C. Lyon left at this office yes option carrying In Lancaster. The people moat excitable in the world terday 5 Brazillian sweet potatoes that pull there are the the beam ot 21 pounds, the smallest showand when they go at anything they go with ing 1 pounds. Wo gave bim the blue We their whole mind and strength. onfident that no one else would he friwould like to Icqulro if thla thing keeps ll ilUJl(.. "- K0" "if uiiui? up al. So-e'e- ty pro-ft'tlbend-watorgoods-everything Mr. K.E Barrow li quite ill ofbia old trouble, heart diaeaae. J. L. Alvirson, Eq , of the Rich-tnon- d Jltgutcr, waa here Sunday. Mr. F. J. C'AMrutLL, of Rock Caatle Springs, ia apendlnn a few days in Stan ford. Mna. CiiAntOTTK Adasis, of Crab Orchard, haa been 'the guest of Mra. Capt. Cook. Mrs. R. B. Maiiony, of Richmond, ia with her parent, Mr. and Mra. A. R. Penny. Mr IIiium R. Hi att ia back fiom Mia-)u- ri acd will probably locate in thla county. Messrs. W. T, Bcrdett and Charley Peacoch, of Linc.sler, were here a few days ago. Miss Eliza Owsley, of Stanford, ia Courier-JournTltltlnR Miss Annie Grainger. we will atato that the lime when birda can be legally killed is not till the 20th. It is reported that several parties in Again trust, ol R. T. this vicinity bavejbttn guilty of violating the law and the first thing they know they will be in trouble for it. The sportsmen intend to see the law strictly obiervcd. On Monday, October 25, 1886, In Stanford, Ky., publicly offer lor salt the w bleb Is erected, besides l'ropf rty well known the Stanford Flour Still. It eomlsti of about ono sere ot ground, on Elevator, anew S story brick building furnished with all the machinery and apparatus neceanry to conduct an exUBilre ana a pronuoie bullous including a modern and tmprored pump, worked by steam, ror int purpose ot ouiaiuioga supply oi water from a dbtdt ratling source. The location is about 100 tarda from the depot at Stanlord, ou tha KnoxvlUe Branch of the L. A N. IUllroad. Original cost of property, I2S 000. Correspondence elicited and If trma can bo agreed upon, will aell prlrately, Title perfect. Tbi-- s. cash; balance In equal Installment! of , 12 and 18 months. Six per cent. Interest. Peraonal aecdrlty on nut deferred payment. Lien retained. V. JIVItttjK. One-thi- rd Mill tlirga sad commodious TINWARE, GLASSWARE, QUEE1VTSWARE wide awake merchants, RobertKInnaird, of Danville, recognizing the value of a notice to the people of thla ection, again address our readers. Tbev hare the largest atock they have ever handled, which ia saying a good deal, and it goes without saying that they are golcg to sell goods cheaper than anybody. Go, see and be convinced. BWINOLIING son Those 166-t- d I. il.C.HAVrijtiV, Assignees. Protect your Eyss. A Schrmo Which la The 0ley, farious m tho road to heaven, and many of them nro aa unorthodox. A reporter como ncrotw an ingenious achemo the other day, worked with conddarabia which wrs Illinois. success In tho country towns Four fellows comjoswl tho business portner-ahlSoino bright morning thoy descend upon the jeaceful country villago and soon tho street nro flooded with circulars announcing that IVofcssor John Smith will deliver a lecture that evening on "The Shakers, their religion, habits and pcculrariUca." There is nothing now in the idea of ft lecture, but the circular got on to eoy that tho was adopted ot an early ago by this pccullnr people, and finally became an elder among them, that a genulno Shaker dance will bo informed, and that Professors Jones, Brown and Robinson unexcelled nrthts in their way will sing plantation melodies, with guitar.banjo and tambourine accompaniment. This is qulto in the beaten track; but tho final announcement entches all eyes. Prizes will bo given to tho laziest man, the prettiett girl, tho most popular married woman and the homeliest man, the prizes to bo nwnrded according to tho potmlnr vote nt ten cents n vote. Of courso e crj'bodj- - tunw out, including tho young men with their Ut girls. 1 ho lecture is rtuft cribbed I rora the encyclopedia, the Shaker danco is a travesty on anything1 in the heacns aboo or tho earth benenthi and tho plantation melodies nru not inu' h tictter. Then coined tho voting. Tho cheap, showy prizc-- i nre exhibited from tho platform, where distance lends enchantment. Somo enthusiastic youth cat not for a villago belle. Another chap atnrts a rival beaut, and the contest grows InU resting. At this juncture some illage loafer, hired tor tho purjioso by tho lecturer and his partners, stops up and casts u heavy oto for a colored wotrwiw This knocks tho lioys silly for n moment and then thoy join fom and proceed to outvoto the latest candidate for popularity. TbiMiifebotof the matter ii that the colored woman is beaten, but only after tbo boys havo cxjK'mled their last dime, Tho prize uro then nwnrded, and for a GO cent album tho schemers tako fn nnywbero from fJUtoglO in dimes, to say nothing of tho vote on tho other prizes. Of court they loo no time In getting out in time. Tho country boy may bo slow to soo that ho has lioen victimized, but hen his eyes nro opened ho is npt to ueo vigorous measure, and tho lecturer and htspartnersaro wcllnwaroof tho fact. Next day tho same programme i3 rejwitod in another town, and, barring n rough experienco now nnd then, when their schemo is seen through, tho quartet mnko an easy and comfortable living. Chicago Tribune. tx-inp. Uo-tur- Snccefiilly Wor-M In IlllnuU Country Town. waye of making a living arts as multi- STO. 2788. REPORT OF THE CONDITION -- OF TUF Confections, Tobaccos, '. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Ol? At Stanford, in tbo Btato of Kentucky, at Close of Bualneas, Oot.7, 1880. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts 1285,509 8,180 70,000 43,200 20,807 88 SQ Ofgai-s- , STTFOTll. Overdrafts............................... . . U. S. Bonds to secure circulation... Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages......... Due Due Due Real 00 00 COB. MAIN & SOMEESET STS. SS agents from approved C,TC8 03 from other National Banks 2,067 89 from 8tale Banks and Bankers-..- .. 8,900 00 Estate, furniture and fixtures- 1,100 31 Current expense aud taxes paid.......... 21,000 00 Premiums paid 827 82 -- .. Checks and other cash Items Bills or other banks 7.0 00 Fractional paper currency, nkkela and cents Specie Legal tender notes ..- Redemption fund wl'.n U. 8. Trcaiuicr (S per cent, of cliculation) Due from U. B. Treasurer, other than 5 S3 IS 3.020 00 8,95 00 3,150 00 450 00 S per cent, redemption lunJ.,... Total Capital Slock paid In 6urplus Fund Undivided profits National Bank Notes outstanding. Individual Deposits subject to check Demand certificates ol Deposit Duo to other National Banks Dui to State Banks and Bankers Total 3F" JOE F. WATKRS IV).:9 1 1 LIABILITIES. J2J0.OOO 00 .I. X3XTr.c . p. m m t 9,000 00 13,927 17 r V. WEAREJf. - 03,000 00 133,931 25 .CO 00 3,907 73 1,182 96 WATERSSWEAREN C3HO0E3E5.S5- .?0,t09 1 1 STATH OF KENTUCKY,)., j (.uumy oi uncoin, I, Jno. J. JIcRoWrts, Cashier of b!otc named bank do solemnly swear that the above tntemcut la truo to the bust ol my knonleJco and belief. J. S. HOCKER, Piealdent. Subcrllicl and sworn to Ipctoretuo this 11th day W. M. BRIGHT, N. P. I C. ol Oct , 1S8(J. CORHBCT ATTB8T B. HncKKR, D Vf. V.nokv-K- b, V. O. Welch, J. ") J i Director. 1TO. 1705. REPORT OF THE CONDITION The Farmers National Bank In tho State of Kentucky, at tho Closo of Business, Oct 7, 1880. RESOURCES. Loans and dlscounta .(301,995 13 ,. Overdrafts 5,019 23 U.8Bondstosecuro circulation.... , . 75,000 00 ,. 2. ,600 00 Other stocks, bonds and mortgages Duo from approved reserve agents..., 13..S9 17 Due from other National Bank 7,770 20 Real estate, lurnlture nnd fixtures. 7.0C0 00 713 76 Current expenses and taxes paid...... Premiums paid 2,137 21 Bills of other Banks . 1,600 00 Fractional paper currency, nkkels and ,. cents 91 0 -- A.T STANFORD, d, How 'N'liinlpt'i; Lojt u Citizen. When Winnipeg was at tho height of its boom, money was so plentiful that oven a jxxr man carried a big roll of bills carelessly stuffed into his ocket,nnd tho denominations were as often hundreds as lower. A young man of Minneapolis converted his property Into cash and started for tho northern Eldorado, reaching thcru uith the sum of $121 as tho sum of his worldly possessions. To keep up apiearanees ho had small bills changed into ono $100 note, and wrapping this around tho rest started out to "cut a splurge." With a party of quondam friends bo strolled into a saloon and "x--t 'cm up" for tho crowd. Then, unmindful of contingencies, ho ostentatiously pulled tho big bill off tho roll and laid it on tho bar. From tho attendant: "Havo you nothing smaller r" cau't chnngo It I'll "Sorry, no. lint if hand you the amount next time I'm In," and Amcricus reached out for tho bilL Tho bartender quietly tore tho noto in two mid banded lock half, saying: "When you como in and pay for tho drinks you'll get tho rest," Winnipeg lost a citizen scxt day, Minne- Will ... ThA laTlrnvfnti Ylf. trill. LTMiH - iWlilT DllllI . XICMiP . M B M. Waters, Salesman. I?n . . - .. .m WATERS WEAREN. Specl Legal tender note Redemption fund with U. 8. Treasurer (5 per cent of circulation) 7,000 00 1,000 00 3,375 00 F mj& VMei PHARMACISTS, -- Total..... S.00,05. 13 DSALaaa IV- - yt Capital stock paid la ....8200,000 00 Surplus Fund . 03,001 89 4,036 61 FhTslelans1 prescriptions accurately compounded. Undivided profits National Bank Notes outstanding.. 07,500 00 Individual deposits subject to check...... 116,681 01 Due to other National Banks. 1,937 30 Due to State Banks and Bankers 6,870 76 LIABILITIES. Drugs, Books. Stationery and Fancy Articles. JEWELERS. iff Na'V8," x5 a-- Kirk-pateic- k, tho Invincible beforo it sent it to bombard Alexandria, which may account for tho fact that it met with no opposition. Tho government of Chill made no secret of tho fact that r It was bavins constructed a flett of that would mako that country more than a match for tho Unltod States in case diffimen-of-wa- Total 2460,054 13 The Largest Btook of "Watohes, (Hooks, STATE OF KF.NTUCKY, 1 Jewelry and Silverware Journal County of Lincoln. JM B. Owsley, Cashier of the above named I, Jno. Ktm bought to this market Prices Lowar than 'o Longer Kept Secret. Bauk, do solemnly swear that the above statement the Lowest. Watchea, Clocks and Jewelry ReTho time has como when nations carl no Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. paired on short notioa and Warranted. JNO. B. OWSLEY, Cashier. longer keep as secrets, for nny considerable time, tho methods of attack and def cuso which Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 11th day they propose to employ In war. At present 0l Oct., 1886. JNO. J. MoKOBERTS, N. P. L. C. Correct attest: no nations, except Franco and Russia, attempt B. II. I.IUWKS, ) to do so, nnd they nro unsuccessful in their J. V. aicor, efforts. In this country the reports of new , J. II OtTSLKY, J inventions employed in land or naval warfare nro published aa freely as tho reports of imThe nUVEIlS' GCIDK la provements in implements to bo used on tho laaned Sept. nnd March, farm, or in machines to bo employed in tho each year. prtgen, workshop or factory. 8-ll i!.cliri.,vltU Tho liko is tiuo of England aud most other 3.B0O .HnMrutioue a Whole Picture Gullcrjr. countries. Tho British admiralty advertised apolis l TT-..13 o-.- tr r Wall Paper, Furniture, rjL-bo- n, ''lllt culties should nriso between them. Italy invites reprvM'iitatUes of foreign countries to bo present at tho launching of her war shins. Science mid invention may soon accomplish ' "t - "i' nil ti iiiimutr l'.ilirstnu"litl'c'" . from the mnrketa nf the world. AVo will mall a copy FIIKU to uny upon receipt of 10 eta. to defi-urxjwiuo of iiinlllnp. Tt ua hear from yon, Ilcsprctfully, '"" fApr VU7 GIVKS Mliulesalo Piters tllreet to consumers on ull Rood fur personal or famny tuc. Telia how to order, ond given exact rout of CTery-thlyon use, cat, drink, ucnr, or hnTe fun trlth. These I.WALUAULIJ I.OOICS contain Information gleaned ng Oases, Caskets, Robes. Full and Complete Stock of Jm nil-d- rr iutcu;;o 'rime r nif.MTf.ffnv as 'JiM W'uHtvtit Avcuuc, Chicago, above atid pieces as low as the lowest. , , te 111. Isi ttii JAjtkJail, itXHL'Xl'iovd.m .t .wmmfyium 'yftiii'.. "'?' " jr . .... . y w .(aa. m ROBERTSON & KINNAIRD I :&E.AXT " STREET XD-nsr-viiji-i- 3 E;, asTST- t ' We Predict for this Fall the Heaviest Trade that Our House has ever experienced; And :n anticipation of this fact, wo havo purchased tho iteeosfc Dress aai Wmt fflesaaft St fe f Bsy is mw Olsplnyei in toafeBal WomtmoikY Gloves of the best and moat popular manufacture. Thlt department is r tho control of n skillful and com potent fittor ntul vou can havo your gloves fitted in tho store, thus avoid ing all misfitf, nud this is tho only way to got a perfect fitting kid glovo. Wo can not meution in this epaco tho attractions wo havo to Como to sco us nnd rcduco your odor. expenses by getting your supplies of us. un-dof for ladies, men and children in whito and red, Another long folt want has been We store and.yju will find display lection Of thtao garments and feel that dies' Under Shirts very soft, elastic mot by us in the establishment of our our elties in this department that aro Kid Glovo Department. Wo havo strikingly handsome; stripes arid plain ed upon our counters just what tbo wo havo a stock from which any one and perfect fitting. No harshncos, no added largoly to this branch of our Fashion Journals describe as can bo suited. Wo havo mado ar wrinkles, warm, light and comforta trailo and now havo a full line of Kid fabrics in every known coloring; leading yourselves with the nowes Cloaks, Short Wraps and Jackots. Wo shown by ua is worthy of your atten erything that is new and desirable. acquaint most fashionable fabrics, then vis- - have bestowed unusual care in the eo- - tion. Wo refer to tho new stylo La have a large line of imported nov- and HHY THE EDITOR SWORE The Ait of Kissing. There is a boy connected with this office With a terrific cold In hi head, And hit ejelldi heavy and tore, who mixes tbe iuk for the tollers and carThe editor at la a broken chair, ries tbe telegraph meseacee, who claims to Buying A Press. And bitterly, earnestly iworo. be able to give point to anybody in the art results from th.it true contentment which A lsrjje man with a mustache brooding A, yoath hid dropped In with a poeai, of kiViog. Tbe following 'is the result of Indicates (terfeit health of body and mind. over his mouth like anmo sreat, national A man wai thira with a dun, You mnr posscm It, If rou will purify and office this week. his mature experience: Never kiss a young And a chip had entered to tell hltn Borrow, viMtcd the Bttt don't want you to. Tbo main imlomte your blood with Aycr'a How tha paper ought to be run. traveliufj for an Eastern houte He waa L M. Howard, Newport, N. II,, ingredient that makes kitting endurable is Tha Irato subscriber had toM htm which makes a epecUIfy of printing mawriter : "I suffered for years with Scrof-ulort willingness on tbe part of the female. If That his sbest wasn't fit to be read, terials and eiht draft. He tried to fell humor. After ulnj two bottle of While another had carefully ptouitieJ A'yer Sarsaparllla. I wbtel on it and a it deepens into cnxloty, bo much the better. us a lanje preea with To punch tbe editor's head. a man's hair and When a girl claw 'Htronplj made and bindinj chattel tnort-(rag- e scratches his face like a little fool -- drop Tha foreman wis yelling for copy, attachment. The wind, whittled la at the door; her nt once. She is destitute of good senso He epoke vttr highly ol IhU Utter And tbti, with a faw other rciioai, affection, and tha nooner you and natural groat relief. It ha cntlrvlyVestorcd mo to la why tnt'edltor aworo. feature aud aid their ruartKiRes were ner begin making love to her iter, the better. health." Jame French, Atchlion, Kans., known to break. He eaid the mortgages er But the angel win took It to Uearnn write: "To all person suffering from As long t)s a girl don't claw and yell, and now putting in for printer? in Recorded this rardlct there; the I.Iicr Complaint, I would strongly recomstruggle like a panther, its perfectly sife The jury find, la the ri-o- t cue, the Nor.tict were alike eattsfactory to mend Ajcr'i Sartaparllla. I wa nflllctcd to continue pro'peclim;. Get a little behlod iwear!" Twaiajurtlfiable He also epoke themelvea aud iK aherlfl with n disease of the liver for nearly two e he?, paw the right arm around the walm in incidentally of tiw pre itself, and Is jour blo:dr Uio Greaa Sirupirlllt. IIow yearj, when n friend advised mo to take take her le't hand in ycur left, and For sile by McRobcrtt A Sugg at St. this medicine. It gave prompt relief, and gatherrd that it ws to be at up and fed front, do next co rnd bai cured me." Mrs. 11. M. Kidder, 41 which wonld came out if you don't know what p with white paper, Uie Green Cough Haliam for coughs and coldi. Dwlght St., Jloton, Mass ., writes: "For nd associate with the boys in the First Ward. Price 50c. For tale by McRoberta A Stagg. nicely printed with tnit editorial several years I havo used Aycr's SarsaIf you are just beginning to tench a shy We judged that flatter original clipping Green' Electric OU cures all aches and palci. parllla in my family. I never feel safe, young girl, who has oo'y bern kissed herea democratic or repub'ican pre cjtild be SUgg at 40c. For "le by McBoberU even by her brothers and father, touch tofore ordered and that there wis no extra charge Grocn'aGoMcaBjJm, sure cure for Catarrh at your lipcea'ly I" her firehf ad. Plie will lake for an attachment to run in 60c, at McKoberti .t Sugg's. this for an exhibition of profound respect. poem. The Tempest." reizj a peu and When that portion has been gained, work Oar Grat impulse wn to without It. A a lier medicine and Wo Were crowdtd la the cabin; ing the Way down to the lips it as natural general purlner of the blood, It ha no write out a cbecu sufficiently aoienoaieu would daro to alter; Notaioul and as easy a) the course of a log eliding equal." Mrs. A. II. Allen, Wlutcrpock, to cover the cost o( recording the mortgige. It was inldalgHloa the waters, down Mackay & Fair's wood flume. Va., write: "3fy youngest child, two ' Taming wecaughtareproachful phncefrom And a atoroi wat on tha deep Never sit down to kiss. It looks awkyear of age, was taken with Dowel ComI he old cast-iro- n countenance of the dark, 'III a tearful thing la winter plaint, which we cou! 1 not cure. Wo tried ward in case anybody U looking, and seems To be shattered by the blait; Washington hand pres and desisted. Part many remedies, but he continued to grow awkward anyhow. Stand up, and the clostrumpet And to hear the rattling was caused by not being able of the de-iworse, and finally btcamo so reduced lu Thunder. "Cut away tbe mail!" er you press the girl the higher estimate tp call to mind the address of any bank flch thnt we could only move hltn upon good taste, common Uo we ahuddertd there In silence. 'that had ever put in it altd proposals for she e will place on your a pillow. It was suggested by one of tho dent-and experience. For tha itoutott held hit breath, lTacdling our checkr. doctor that Scrofula might bo tbe cause While the angry tea wai toirlng, Ki'sing married ladies is a separate of the trouble. We procured a bottle of To turn the matteroQ we asked the man And tha breakera threatened death. branch of the art, and requires constant if he had a simple preis with him. He And ai tbut wo tat to darkness. practice. Where tenderness and a little Bid he had cot. Then we said we did not hesitation and biahfulnesa, if we'l put Each one buy In nil prayer, on, "Weareloitl"theciptaln shouted, believe that his h'mse would start him out go a long way with a young girl, such non As Ha itaggered down the italrj. on the roid without one and that it was sense is cot swallowed by a married woButhli llttledauthter whlipered, our opinion he had pawned it. We told man any considerable extent. Be warm, to Aaibetoskhli Icy hand, him that we proposed to re part him and vigorous and hearty, and above all things and commenced glvlii;; It to.blm. It surely "Iin't God upon the ocean we had no further use for him. He that worked wonders, f Jr, In a il.ort time, ha the iirua at on the landf" Juit bo frequent. One of the prime requisites was completely cund." ssemed agitated, and after leaving a bill is a quick ear for the Then he killed tbe little maiden, list on such an occasion for some type we ordered of his Sold by all Prujlst. And we ipote In better cheer; footstep in tbe ball, and a nice calculation week he went out And wa anchored life In harbor l'rlco $1; Six bottles, $5. as to how long the husbind will take to When tbe morn wai ihlnlng clear. One of the kind of presses he cells doubt-le- u Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lo a ell, raich tbe door after he bat paccod the bead has its advantages, especially for use 31a., U. S. A. heavily ctrpeted Bucklen's Arnica Salve. ot the stairf. A houe in daily offices in the larger p'acss like ThebestSalTa In tbe world lor Cuts. Bruises with Brussels requires eternal vigilance New York. Still, in many New York ofand sometimes rare presence of mind. By Soroa, Salt Rheum, Faver Born, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all 6kln Eruptions, fices where the circulation is chitfly con the time the worser half of the family gets and positively euros Piles, or no pay required. I, fined to the affidavit of the bueioeaa man-&2his hand on tbe door knob, you must be Is guaranteed to give perfect utlsfactlon, or money it'would eeem that the old hand preia seated in a far corner of the room, intently refunded. Price 23 cent per box. For aale by ' would not he entirely out of place. When perusing tbe Block quotations of the JEien Ponay A McAUster. tbe pre?a peddler had formally put ou his ing Chronide (terms $6 a year in advance ) An Old Citizen Speaks injured look and jumped the cflice we turnMr. J. M. Norrls, aa oil cltlxin of F.otue, Oa. A kiss can eometimes be matched when hand press with a sigh of reed to the old thp husband is In the room, but this re- says that be bad been bully troubled with Kidlief. After all tbe old etyle of hand press quires an expert and is risky. Only the ney Complaint for a great many years and with Eczema for ttuce years; at tluiea could scarcely No It U a medicinal preparation, and, tit fceems, to give the greatest satisfaction. other day a married lady on B street asked walk, and had tried many remedies without bentbo samo tlme.an elegant nttJ cleanly toilet one can write intelligently of the power of her huibind to wind the clock, and a young efit, before ho began taking Electric Bitten and article. Its action upon tho scalp Is health-fu- l. the preu who ha not pulled it. It epems man in the room thought he paw hln gold- anointing bis bands with Bucklcn'i Arnica Balrc It nourishes the glands which support early in life ordered a largb con This treatment afforded him great relief and bo to have en rpportnni'y and went for it. If that strongly recommends Electric Bitters to all tho hair, and causes thin, dry hair to who .sigement of choice, springy power and to rlock hadn't had a uirror just beloV the thick, soft,atid Igorous". It restores suffer with Klduey Complaints or need a Blood still have most of it on band. It is all used face that youog man would hsvd been all Purifier. Sold by Penny A McAUster. tbo color of youth to locks which havo becomo faded with ago or disease; and in holding back. The man who said the righ'; but cow be'a going about with a Most Excellent. relieves and cure Itchlug, caused iy press was the greatest power In the world black eye and a nose badly out of joint Atkins, Chief of l'ollce, KuoxTllle, Tenn., J.J. humors of tbo scalp. Dr. Georgo Gray, had pulled the Washington hand variety. Tcis is one of the vicissitudes of kipsing writes; "My family and.I are beneficiaries of your Nashua, X. II., writes : "It give mo most excellent medicine, Dr. Elng'i New Dlscor- Some people may think that Washington from mere impulse. Virginia, Nov., pleasure to testify to the wonderful effect J ery for Consumption; hiring (found It to bo all, ahould have kept rigM ou croesing me chroticle. produced by Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair that you claim for It, desire to testify to Its rlr-tu- e. Dolaware and freezing to death at Valley Itenewcr, as observed by mo In very many SnE'a Well Worth Looking Ar Mrs My friends to whom I bare recommended It to invent a balky Forge instead of atopping cases.' Xr will certainly nnsTonn Cleveland is still a great curiosity to tbe praise It at every opportunity." Dr. King's New The calm, dispassionate printing press. Tim hair to its original color. It people of Washington. Tbe othr night at Dlicorcry for Consumption Is guaranteed to cure Coughs, Colls, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup and evcleanses tho head of dandruff, mid leave hiatoria-- i of the future who is working by Albaugh's tbe people in the audience look- ery affection of tha Throat, Chost and Lungs. Trithe hair soft, Glossy, and beautiful." F. T. the day will have to decide this point. ed at her sitting in a private box aa if she al Bottles Froeat Penny A Mc Alls ter's Drug Store. Sandbcln, 1010 Spruce St., Philadelphia, All this will g to explain why we still were a wild animal. After tbe play nearly Largt size. IK Pa., writes : "After unavalllngly trying work ofl tho paper on tbe stationary presi the entire audience stood in the lobby in Positive Cure for Piles. a number of preparation to prevent my one which would be double rows, the two lines reaching from To the peopled this county we would say that when we might have hair from falling out, and, realizing that I amply competent to get up on tbe editorial the auditorium doors down the (tairs, out wa havo been given the Agency of Dr. Marchlst'a wa fast becoming bald, I tried, a n last Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed resort, Hall's Hatr Itenewcr. I havo used tripod and put iti feet on the table. Some the front door and even to the carriage to cure or money "refunded Internal, External, only four bottles of tho Itenewcr, and am people may prefer to have a press Bitting door. When the came out they gazed at Blind. Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price SOc a box. perfectly satisfied that It I tho best prcpa-ratio- n around the office blowing about having her and commented as if she were a real For sale by Penny A McAUster, Druggists. ' In the market for checking the brains than the editor, bat we professional beauty. During tbe last few more falling out of hair, Invlgoratlnj tho hair Daughters, Wires and Mothers. do not long for it. Give as rather the sim- hot afternoons a crowd of ladies, and men, root, and promoting a new growth." We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlsl's ple society of the haul prers which will toD, were seen sitting on the atone balus Female Remedy, t cure Female Dis not shy at tbe cars and was never known to trade running along the walk to the steps eases, such a Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and kick its hind feet through thedasbbjard. of the White House. Inquiry showed that Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or bearing down foiling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Change o t Eitelline Bell. they came to get a glimpse of Mrs, Cleve-lan- d Llfe.Lsuchorrboes, besides many roit Tiir. weaknessessprlng-lo- g carriage for a when ehe went to her from tbe above, Ilka Headache, Bloating, SpiThe smallest oscillating engine in the drive. Baltimore American. nal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debllltr. world bat been made by John B. Hare. Its It is nothing new that Sherman wants Palpitation of the Heart, Ac. For sate by Drug- commends Itself to all sixteenth of an inch and the bore is one who havo occasion gists. Prices SI and tl 80 per bottle. Send to Dr. and the silver dollar made bigger. It would J B. Marchlsl, Utlrs, N. V., for pamphlet, free. to uso a dyo for tho beard or mustache. stroke oneelgbtb. The wheel-BhHhave to be at least 500 graine to equal in It will change gray, faded, or sandy crank weigh 8 grains, the cylinders and value the gold dollar. They would be nice Forsale hr Penny A McAUster. Druggists. whiskers, to a beautiful brown or black, 12 grains, making the the stand and pillar for qnoits, but not for money, Springfield a desired. Tho color produced aro weigh 1 pennyweight, 1 grain. It is whole Republican. natural and lasting. It cannot bo washed bat-to- n about the i of a half grown collar off, contain no destructive Ingredients, covered by a No. 5, The following may be found useful by men Baby was alck, wo gaTfl ber CastorU, and is completely Is cheap, safe, convenient to use, and When ahe was a Child, she cried for Castoria, some of our reader. Take "clear starch," or child' thimble. It will be run by effectual. When It makes 3,000 revolutions a pour on hot water and stir till thoroughly Whan she became Miss, she elan- - to Castoria, ritniuitED by aha had Children, the gare them CastorU, B. P. HALL So CO., Nashua, N. H., U. S, A. minute. Mr. Hare baa also made a com- mixed to the consistency desired. It will Sotd by all dealer in medicines. parative giant, which la covered with an be found a smooth, soft,' adhesive paste and keeps well. English walnut shell. from tho stylo for this Fall and Winter. rangements whereby wo can furnish ble, With a close fitting dress theeo We have with great care selected a striped, plaid and plain Velvets Wo havo " Seal Skiu Clonks at much lower fig- vests aro indisponsiblo. 82 to 810 a yard. Theso goods . aro stock gf Clonks. them in white, red and blue. No laures than any city retail houco will especially handsome. Silk Plushes of Goods dy who regards comfort should be r " Our Cloak Room is simply stocked offer them. without them. Wo also carry a vory surpasses any stock that wo every shade. That far largo liuo of wool and merino Undor-wea- r ladiest with tho latest and moat fashionablo Another newly introduced article Study your fashion plates, shown, embracing evhave heretotoro ouo-hol- ROBERTSON & KINNAIRD, Danvillo, Ky. jtyotto Voho $k!pl Tiifv - DR. W. D. PENNY, appiness (stuntont, - DENTIST, -lyvinr - IContuolcy, inif s girl-ifeh- e Parsa-'rforin.- 1. m Found Office on Laceaitar street, text door to Imy MOBjooaHALo!3c. OSce hours from 8 to 12 a 1 to Br, M. Anesthetics adoilnlsured watt areeesary. Itss-lyr- .) M.and S. SID PIATT, I.OUISVILLK. W.II.UILT.ER. Oi:O.S.CAni'ENTEIt. we Miller & Carpenter, REAL ESTATE AGENTS STASIOED, LIXCOI.S CO., Kr. OQce.Eoutli bid Mala at Bank. soma of tha On tit LfiJ . . . xionto irom Uet uuuuoaiauu vuiosesi n. "illtioUrutw iconic." .S QI.A.U., ritrt, orer First Town trnl Eentuoky to all Points North, Last, West and Southwest. Vait Line Ilttwren- nfi m and Itesldooces. Timber and Jllneral Unds Lou for saleon commlMlon. For farther particulars fnd for prlntM dwerln-tio- n of this section and ofprurtlei far sslo. rirus.lcclullat Block farms In Central Kentuedy. Blu.(lrau rEXIKQTO. A C1SV1XSAT), HcheJule In KflVtt May Boorn-Bcoit- it, tfts. Utiij I At Home IM.Jn I Mo.. B 10 9 10 f.x. Bun. -. " Cyolhlana... jrr. rani. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. E. H. BURNSIDE, ThiB CoTlOf too Lt. ralinou.th." .. ST. - Lrtxloclon.....,HJ lUc-oio- lllpu uuiuiOigpu sirtu 10 ptn i;Pm o tOpta 10 S l Ko.is Hi. Hul am ! lOpra J 00 pm au v 34 pro atSpn am to Up ip hi " '- S ,TTo7Y Propr An. WlnchKt.r.ll3 ' 1 nJ 50 M pn dmiii . ? is i " 8 tan lord Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains ita High Reputation, AND Lie. Ulcbtuoad.... Arr. . " LlTlntiion tWpniZZ?. J.:'.ZZ'.Z'Z a 20 p S ferra... 3 00pm u stain i. I ( I NoeTU-Bocjf- KC I Jio.1 Ho 1 Itf Proprietor it Determined that it Shall bo rJecond to no OoantrT Hotel in the State in iu Pare, Appointment!, or Atten tion to comfort of their Gneiti. Ltc. UTlnrston i.11. Klchtaotiil m Sarsaparilla ATEH'S II io2! ICO Lta. ItowlanaT ID,:. ita ml, ami ami act pm Bf?f!!J 1L,U" to lomtairelal 12,Pt,l areoraraoJatl on Travelers. Tha liar nlll -" .ppiia niia ma choleast laiormaers and Cliars. ""rAt and fro the 1 .. I 11 Arr. ltlchmonJ II 00 Lta.KlchtODj ...... Arr. J 10 ' Arr Paris I 70 Lse. Ltilni'toa Wine-eater..- .... ." Lawtr 7 70 nopu p fi-- L.&N. Louisville & Nashville R, R, TUB UKCAT Cyntblaoa " Falmouth. Arr. CoTlnton .. MA " 30 53 p ra, s 47 p m 00 P m . X 7pm p ui lr:a: ? M nt'" 8 W a m."::.:. oj a 7 35 8 20 a ta 8 S3a in 10 Ola m 11 am 2 3 40 S C 10 a m pm 17pm IS pin Itpm ti pin TflVIIXE 11HANCII. Ex. 8uo. Kx. Hne. KOSTII.BOCHD. Lse ;; OkjTlniton-.- ... Lei.n4,on... er USE THROUGH TRUNK LIKE TO ArrMllleribur. " Cirllsle...... .., " JohrK)n....... " MayiTlIU tJODTII.DoPVO, HALL OHA1R SOUTH Till! s 3 00 p ts 7 25 a in 4 25 pw 8 IS a m 5 20 p ta 8 IB a m 8 41 pm 0 01 a in 8 01 p ta fl 4 C p in llO 30 a m 7 40 DlSitn pa & Trim RENEWEE. WEST BICIIiplllH, Dally ox. Hun.iKi. 6un I,y "..5o" r-- i........... 4 m Pullman Palace Slcepors. Louloviliu loKiiHliiiHc, ..uasinjion KOTK.-iralnsS- aml 55!?p M3f' are ilally Ixlnxton. 'iifS n am Uli B U 00 p re nm be-co- Atiiiiii, illontKomery, .lloltllu aud Only one Uleu Win. icr lJtdu Hocli, OrleaiiH. XJlrect eonn. ctlom are maJa at A Ohio lor Mt. "iblip Ihintfogton, Charleston, W. V... .nuTSaalw eiu chnna to points In Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Seeking homes on tbo Una or this roa'l will recclrc special rmtpt. "See Agents of tali Company lor rates, routes Ac, or wrlto C. P. ATMORE, O. P.AT.A., Through tlrkita and banaro cIiwV.hI to destination mched by railroad. eom0r.uU71,'orrarU'UUr, DJ tM m "' ''Dl th. Orn.l'ass. AKMJt, Tmt. I'im. Acont. i SU,n' &' U. 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J tijr Druf liu. ft HUKOEOIV Offlea-Bo- uth 8TANFOBD, KY. side Main Street, two 4oon Pore Nitrons Oxide Oas adulntifrnd wbo qnlrad. DJJNTIHT. a- - per Year (iritbout Sunday) $6 00 per Month iwlthoutflonday) 50 SUNDAY, per Year 00 FOR EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR 7 00 WEEKLY, per Year I 00 Uilrcn, THE SUN, etr Tork (Ily. DAILY, DAILY, """ - Rates, by Mail, Postpaid: ... ... For Sale or Rent. A WELL IMPHOVED iS,l,i.or fl,n'0. 100 acres. JVimi!IS"'7 b.",u,e.' AUo w acrei '"rralng land aujolnln;. Apply to K. T. noviIF.BTElt, ICl-Or IP. O. WEUIl. St FARM,