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LOU IS J, ICY. Judge N. 8. SuTuge , AVill be nt the I-buisa Criminii Court, and on the flrnt tiny of th. toriu, Monduy, Dec. 2fjth, at ow o'clock, announce himself formal - as a candidate for Congress. 11. wants every percon in the county tc ' A 1 f . r (tear mm. li Born, Monday, to Mr. and M re. Aug. Snyder, a girl." ' ' . .. Tho river is again low, and thi boats are lnyin up. John Stewart is home from Anr rbor for the holidays. Mrs, R. F. Vinson has gone to Nazareth to visit Miss Dora. Monday was County Court day and the attendance was large. Miss Ines Frank lins gone to In dianapolis to spend the holidays. Rev. Burwell Akdr will preach at the Masonic Hall next Sunday '. night. . . ' Next Monday will be the first day of the December term of the Law rence Criminal Court. The Baptist Sunday School ol Cassville wjjl have a, Christmar Jree Thursday evening. Ir 'out of aorta' with hm-darbe, stomach disorder, torpid liter, pain In bark or aid, mni ilfailMi,rlc,nriilrrl may he lata). Onad.m. I atrona-'a SUnatlva Fill, will flra rsllrl A law Uimcs rulun la new tiealta Mid vigor. The 6unday School of the M. E. Church South will have a Christ inns tree Thursday evening at the church. A pperson Lodge No. 195 will hold a meeting tor the election of officers at ope o'clock, p. ni. Saturday A substantial stile has been made aerosf the public fence, opposite the front door of the Court House . Fob Sale. Twp fat beef cattle, kept about three quarters of a mile from Walbridge, Ky. J. B. Peters. Misses Gipsy Northup, Lizzie Burns and Norah Borders returned from the Wcsleyan College, Cincin nti, Saturday. We st-o. that a poit offipe has been eslablishod at Oliicille, Law fence county, Kentucky. Now, where in tho thunder is Ohioville? We learn that it is the intention of Louisa Chapter of Royal Arch Ma Bona to give an entertainment soma time in February ,for the benefit of the Chapter. An elegant supper, a concert and a hop will be given. To Our Customers who have bcei running accounts with us We are anxious to get all accounts nettled up by the first of January, as we expect to make some change in our business at that time, Snyder Bros. On her trip down lut Friday the Ingomar had on board three mem bers of tho notorious Talt Hall gang. A reward of f 500 each was naid 1 for the capture of these niNj. They were in charge of a sheriff of Floyd county.wno was tuning ineni toMaysvlllo for sate-kcoping, Lewi Sknggs, the Lawrence county giant, was in town this woek. We have seen biggnr men, Baby Bates, for instance, but Lew. is is a pretty good sized chunk of humanity. He twfnty-four yoars old, is six feet and. seven inches high, and Weighs three hundred and six and ene-half pounds. A Walkino Skklkton. Mr.E.Sprlnger.ofMcaliniili'sbiirjt, Pa., writes : "I was allhoted with lung fever '."arid-'alwce on limps ami reduced to a walking skeleton. pot a free trial bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery lor Con Htimption, which did me so much good that I bought a dollar bottle. After us ing three bottles, found mynulf onee more a man, completely .restored to health, . with a hearty appetite, and a gain In llesh ot 4S pounds." Cull at It. F. Vinson's Drug store and . gi'lu fine" trial bottle of thin certain cure foralll.utiKdi-reiiso. Largo bottles 11.00. " We hnve.r' tnoved our office to Ihe ol Tc'erk's oflice building. Jlj'RdseF, Oruii'l'iil and tn'l In a garden arrows My iH-itiuirnt, orlnrtMiu S w ') cil o i the stu'k by tiie Hind tliat j.Io Sm et with li e breath of iiy rose.' 'Knmiil Ir, In llcju j wcenetw, flowi The robin's son j;' to my rose.' Ovi- li I nil the sky that pjows Vt'ith tlntK like the heart iif niy rose. Softly the night's Hll sbfldiMi a cjose In silence Ground lily rosu." riinugh an open door is sudden light Flung out on the still, dark night. Slit! stands In the glory, serene and bright, My queen of the jumper night. ; Charmed by the darkness too deep for sight She passus out Into the night How soltshe innves.llkeafalnt, far light. In her trnlllng gown through the night. A'lil now she has bent iu s swift dellgl t Toward ti e brea'h of a rose In the night. '' .J . ( know what the darknM holds for me In Its still embrace, i Chough that sweet white face --....' Ilentorer the rose, I cannot see. Shall I bring from the shadows into the light My beautiful rose, . To blossom cjose . To my beating heart ip-plglit? , I stand by her side In the fragrant gloom, And, lol on tier bfeibti My rue Hoi blet, ' In lU red and pHSppa(e bloom 1 Oil rale, lovely face, so pure in.d white, To my heart sfl clows I : A whfte and a crimson rose - For my own I have gathered to-ntgbt, Jpsaia Pikhson. Call for Committee Meeting. The, Chairman of the Democrat ic Committees in the counties com posing the ICth Judicial District are called to meet at Louisa, Kj on Wednesday, the 30th day of Decem ber.188.5, to fix the time and place for calling a district convention to nominate candidates for Judge and Commonwealth's Attorney in the 16th Judicial District. Jas. Q. Lackey, Chairman oi the Democratic Exec utive Committee of the i 6th J udi cial Diftript of Kentucky. TiiousakdsSatSo. Mr-T. tV. Atl:lM, ofGlrard. Kan,, writes: "I never hesitate to recom mend rour Eclectrlc Bltlers to my cus tomers, tlier give enelrtsntUfactnon and are rj,tld seller." Eclectile Bitters are the purest and best medicine known and will positively cure Kidney and Liver complaint. Purify the blood and regur late the bowels. Kq family can afford to be without tljem. TJicji will save hundreds of dolUrs Inboctor's bills every Hold at fifty cruta a bottle at R.F. Vin son' Irtig S.ore 1 I desire ll. rough the columns of this paper to return to my iuany customers my sincere thanks for th rir very liberal patronage in the past, and we hope to so please you in the future as to retain your cus tom and confidence. Wishing you all A Merry Chrlxtmas and A Happy Now Year I am yours &c. Ah! in addition to the above 1 will respect folly ask all who are indebted to me, to call on or be fore Jan. Int. and pay their bills, lour most truly I). J. 11URC11RTT. Mr. 0. W. Castle has returned from a visit to Washington City, where he spent Bome weeks in soarch of apiece of Presidential or other appointment. As he is a dyed-in-the-wool Democrat, and hails fiotn Eastern Kentucky, and not a Mugwump, he didn't get anything at the Cap to . On his way home, however, he fell from thetcplerth of a sleeper, and being a man of weight, when his right eye came in contact with the rail of the berth on the opposite side it was cut and badly bruised. - SELECT SCHOOL H. T. Lyttleton's School will be gin nt Masonio Hall, Louisa Ky., on .Monday January 4th 1886. Special attention given to training persons dosning to ttyich. Terms : Tuition $2 to $3 per month, paya ble always at cloe of month.- Tel egraphy and Shorthand, extra $3 per term. Board in private fami lies $2.50 to $3 per week, in clubs 11.50 per week. Those wishing to board in clubs will bring with them a pair of blankets n.:d a quilt or two. For further information address. IL T. Lytti.eton. ... Louisa Ky.' !rhorjwjr7, hutfwrxtalhftt rwlmi for la it iuuliinrTT. t fort tin toou. Rut I -ifm-non fur. KIAUAAA HVttLX GO, Uimmt it, BufUiO, .T mini mmm "'I sswasasssw! m NOW FOLLOW- THE M ir mil mi Mill One Hundred 13arrels of Salt to be Unloaded at 99c per bbl, equal to the dairy salt. Fifteen Bagj Good Coflee to be unloaded at 101 pounds for One Dollar. Good Sugar, 1 1 pound s for One Dollar Two Thousand pounds Stick Candy at 1Q cents per pound. Good Flour, $4.25 per barrel. Itocon, 7 cents per pound. She Piaest When we say Finest, we Mean Finest. We haye made the Grocery Business a Study fur Sixteen Years in fapt, we were raised in a Qrocery Store. Just received this week trom the great food and product House of ' Thurbfc-TFhyla.nd Co., New York, hal'a can Load of the finest Fruits, Jeilias, Cranberries (10c. quart), Malaga Uropes, Malaga Raisins, Citron, Figs, Dates, Caljforoia and French Prunes, Tropical fruits of all kinds, 2Q0 pounds mixed Nuts, New York Full Cream C leese, etc. Try our Shreded Oats, Thurber's Tapioca, Wheat Germ, Meal, and you will never be without them. The children love,ij; and cry for it. and the old folks laugh over it. Ubo this and you will have nq " doctor bills to nay. Family Fat Mackerel, two for five cents. Will have a full line of Game and Fish duringe Holidays. Come early in the morning r Ay er'o 1 CheriyPectoral Bhonld ba kept eonttsntly at bud, for oh In smergcacles of the household. Many a mother, startled in (lis pight by the ominous sounds of Croup, finds tho llttl. sufferer, with red and swollen faoe, gasping for air. In such eases A jar's Cherry Pectoral la lnralpable. Hit. Emma Gedney, IBS West 128 at., New York, writes: - " While la th. country, last winter, pxj little boy, three years old, waa taken 1 with Croup; It teemed as U he would die from strangulation. Arers Cherry Fectoral wu tried la small, and. frequent doses, and, In leas than half an hour, the little paUent Was breathing easily. The doctor said that the Fectoral saved my darling's life." Mrs. Chas. B. ' landon, Guilford, Conn., writes: "Ayer's Cherry Fectoral Saved My Life, and also the lint of my little son, As h is troubled with Croup, I dare not be without this remedy In the bouse." Mrs. J. Gregg, Lowell, Msss., writes: "Vy children have repeatedly taken Ayers Cherry Pectoral for Coughs and Croup, It gives Immediate relief,' followed by cure." Mrs. Mary E. Evans, Scranton, Fa., writes : "I hare two little boys, both Of whom bare been, from infancy, subject to violent attacks of Croup. About tlx months ago we began using Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral, and It acts like a charm. In a few minutes after the child takes It, he breathes easily and resta well. Every ' mother ought to know what a blessing I have found In Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral.'' . Mrs. Win. C. Beld, Freehold, N. J., writes : " In our family, Aycr's medicines bav. been blessings for many years. In eases of Colds and Coughs, we take Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and the Inconvenience is soon forgotten." ' PREPARED BY Vt. 3, C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Uasc Sold by all Drujglitt. m YOUR OHLCNGE IS WE POSITIVELY HAVI? Slsck of Broseries in and avoid the rush, hup ve THE GBOCEKS. A Caudto Ladics- A lady who suffered for yeira, and ho wax treated by the mort noted jifians in A merica without rejTfT, wastliua nrap'f e.n -edy by a Kuian iiu:se which permanently re stored I erjtojhealtl.. Tu her svx, sho no offer, to send fret the rectlpe, tli ful. instructions fur making the medicine your elf at iume, without. txn-e. If jr m are suffci ing with any form of female diw.se, do not throw away time and money on d x tors paienl medicines, but inclose me a stamped envelope (addressed toyour-self), and rceivea free cure Address MRS. CLARA &VKIG11T, 78 E. Eagle Stieet, BufWo. N. Y. THE NEW AND ELEGANT , HICH ARM JENNIE JUNE' SEWING MACHINE 13 THB BEST. BTJY J$0 OTUSB. The LADIES' FAVORITE, because it ia LIGHT EUNNXNO- and doea suoh beautiful work. Agents' Favor Its, because it is a quick and easy aaller. AGENTS WASTED 18 UNOCCUPIED IEBBITOET. asirz3 FonoxacroiAiv. JUNE MANUFACTUnitsG CO. Cor. La Salle knit ml Oitirlo Street, CHICAGO, ILL. A j y ujijL Eastern Kentacky to S will le glad iq see you any THE BEST boon ever bestowed upon man it perfect health, and the true way. to Insure health Is to purify your blood with Ayer'a Sana parllla, Mrs. Eliza A. Clough, U Arling ton St., Lowell, Mass., writes 1 "Every winter and spring my family, Including myself, use several bottles of Ayer's Sap? saparilla. Experience b,aa eouvluced ma. that, at a powerful Blood purifier It Is veny much superior to pnf Other preparation of Sarsaparllla. All persons of scrofulous or consumptive ten dencies, and especially delicate children, are aure to be greatly benefited by Ita use." J. VF. Starr, Lacopla, Iowa, writes " For years I was troubled with Scrofu-t lous complaints, J tried several different preparations, which did me little, If any, good. Two bottlea of Ayer's Sarsaps rlUa effected a oompleta cure. It It my opinion that tills medicine Is the best.' i blood ; ' ,-- '- Purifier . of tuedriy." C.E. Upton, Nashua, K.H., writes: "fot a number of years I " was troubled with a humor In my eyes, and unable to obtain relief until I com menced using Ayer's Sarsapurilla. I have taken several ..bottles, am' greatly bene fited, and believe It to be the best of blood purifiera." K. Harris, Creel City, Ramsey Co., Fakota, writes i "I have been an Intense sufferer, with Dyspepsia, fur the past three years. Six months ago I began to use : AYER'S Sarsaparilla It has effected an entire cure, ami I am now as well as ever." . Sold by all Drugglnts. Trie. $1; Six bottlea, Prepared by Pr.,1. C. A' t r Co.. I.(.-v ::. Musi-.. I". A. - n-nnn ASSES ! iineiii! time during the day or night. WRIGHTS INDIAN VEGETABLE Plli? fO TRS1 LAV EE- And all Bilious Complaints 2afa to take, belns; pumly veiretabls; no grip ing. Frio. IB ota. AU irusglai(. I Jll keep a full and varied stock of CASKETS and COFFINS, md will attend to calls at all hours. No delay whatever in preparing for funerals. Call on ne at my Grocery op Madison street R. 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