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Bernhardt uses to make herself more beautiful than nature cokt bor fcr onftiu NO. 15. -- STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1885. uutnrr JOAin?afi.-- A A SEA STORY. lcttur, all ink, underlining, iiuoto-tioswell and blow and humbug marlu, and Emily II. Hlckey. li ilpnixl by thU prepostorou.i individual, the Silonce. A whilo as late Oeorgo tbo Count Joniuuu, "of tho New Hhrieks went up iilorclnKlr: But now U tho sblp gono down; York suprumo court." Good ship, well manned, wa tho. There ' a raft that's a chunco of life tor ono Tills day upon tho soa. A chnnco for ono of two: Young, strong are he and he, ANTHOXT C0M8T0CK, Jutt lu tholr manhood's primo. Tbo comollor verily Tho truoly good man who is i much con For tho wrostlo with wind and weather and ccnuxl about public morality, quote a crij wave, turo vort in a nuiall and shrinking back In tho llfo upon tho sea. liaud a follows "Dieted nro tho pure It bourt, for thoy hall o God." Ono of thorn has a wife And little children three, Two that can toJdlo and lisp, Aud a suckling on tho knee Naked they'll go and hunger sore If bo In lost at sea. V. T. DAII.VUM. Ono ha a dream of horn. When the great liounian In ovortnkuu b A dream that well may ho; Ho never h.t broatbod It yet, drath be will doubtlmt bo In the act of adrer-tUintBho never known It, she, Innmwer to a requont for hU auto- But some onohas bo sick at heart will tin wriu that tho trunk which Jumlo graph If ho bo loit at fcoa. (now on tho Atlantic) w.ll brliiR over i well e "Wlfo, and kids, and home!" inailnand can wltlutaud tho knock of Wife, kid, nor homo ha he! mahor." Q vo u a chance, Bill !" Ho, "All right, Tenil" Quietly A man give up his life for a man Tbit day upon the soa. was. TOM Tiicvn. to Count Thi little creature, lately married POET AND Magri, writoi an ordinary larga fcmlnlno hand, of the old fashion,' Iwfow the present Janxvt Wliltcmiiti llllv u tlio "Only tyh of hug-- ) ziRtagt for tho wix came In. llllmt .Slgnl'ulnter nn IJurllu" tCor. Ilttsburg Ieintch.1 I was running a weekly paper Jn a small northern Indiana town at tbo time I tlrt met him. You know how tho inhabitants of s " ( (j& Mnall place go wild over anything of a frenklih nature, and the reigning tensatlon jut tbon was the work of a blind sign jmintcr. A party of advertising fakir has DR. MART WALXEIV jutt struck tbo village, who decorated tbo Tits hvbrid lady'j nifrnaturo look "40 wayt dead walls and fences in the most gaudy ' lopo tho hum way imaginable, ths flnUhlng and artlstio No two letter for Sumlay way toucho being done by a member of the party who was known as tho ''Only Blind Klgn Fainter on Earth." Business with thorn was rushing, orery merchant in town comDU TAXNEK ing around and wanting work done, for A Ions, gmhlng letter oecooiixinylnB thli when the blind sign painter, who was none autograh prove that tlw champion itarvci otbor than Itiloy, felt lit way up a ladder It Utter at fating than at spelling and dasLol off an artittic sign, hnlf the Inhabitants of the place turnod out to witness It IMMENSE SIOCK OF- - h puhttahed Tuemtava and Friday Ha. Of) lEIl ANNUM Wbtapald itrlcllr In xlrioct, II wa hare to van snr Urn. 3.80 will t chanted. W. P. WALTON. CURIOUS HOW AUTOGRAPHS. CHARACTERS MANY NOTED SIGN THEIR NAMES. ol 7& each representation of "Theodora" about 30 francs. In tho first place sho needs about a litro and a half of distilled rose water to wash her face, neck and arms. Then she uses a pot of cold cream to prepare the skin to receive tbo artlstio surface. She next applies tho white to her face, nock, arms aud bands a process involving a considerable outlay of time and money. Then tho cheoks and oar are tintod with tbo moht expensive rouge obtainable. Afterwards tho lip are touched up with pommade carmlneo (ladle will obllgo by translating this), the eyebrows are ponciled and tho nails aro carefully powdered. wmlili wmwmm I -- TRIMMED AND- - BEADY FOB -AT - WAIE! & Uerman "Strudeln." ICourler-Journat.- An Intentely IntrrtltiK Collection for tlw Muilctit or til. Signature J Itrtntlont llrtwrrn Clilrog- - f. riiphy mid Clmrurtcr. The following tnteroitlns bundle of auto fnHii tlio rullectluu or Mr. Kdvvart W. Bole, of Ilruiklyn. , 1 bag-Rag- frrniib cL,?L JAT GOl'LD. Tbo signature of Jay Gould bllndaad crooked J R. little ant iSMA this roclpo for making Gorman 'itrudeln;" Beat two eggs and tho ALE PRICES yolks of two other; warm a ploco of butter tho size of an egg, and add it to tho eggs with a little salt; work in by degree as IiBB P. HUFFMAN, much lino flour as will form a tougo dough; knead this till quite smooth, and then roll aTJnGJQON STANFORD, KY. out very thin cakes. Grato vanilla choco- Office South side Main BtiMt, two doors abort the Mjer HoUl: late and mix It with some pounded almonds and the yolks of two or three eggs with the PnreNltroui Oxlds Gti adinlaltUred when required. whites beaten to a snow. Spread hot butter over tho strudeln, and then the chocolate, as DB. W. B. PENNY, Roll them up, thin as the blade of a knife. JDontlst. strew tbo sugar and chocolate over and bal mTTTLU 8TAMFOBD, KENTUCKY. them. Pour kouia cream or milk over when Office oaLiacuterstrMt, rest door to they are nearly done. Thoy must bo kept a, office. Office houti from 8 to 12 A. w. sod 1 to i r. x. Antithetic) administered when pale brown. necemrr. 154-- 1 jr. A Woman' Ttxt. Mrs. C. rend M'KOBEETS STAGG'S. AND STYLES. DJENTI8T.I FOR SALE, PRIVATELY. I A DESIRABLE DWELLING AND 8TORE-bpu- te combined. Best builntu locatlom la. tte place. A bargain cn be bad by addressing oratM, plying atonce to T. CIIKiHTKR&3t, IMm McKUney, Jtr- - J. Hotel and from May Bar-Roo- m For Rent At Rowland Stitloa (Richmond Junction) Ky. lit, next. A good garden, Ac, attacked. For particulars addreta me at Stanford. This U tba only bar st that point. TUOXAS FEKJUBL. !f This I i iii. jj . . T. . the roost valuable autograph la thi W. it. writes lot. It U worUi 1160,000,000. a band like a school girl. W.J. VASDKlUl-- LACJIA B&IDOMAX. rjg Laura D. Brjdjrman, blind, deaf jand dumb, has a jnaniarkablo signature. f?a mites i jwcullax upright tirintlnc; hand, not inelegant in apju-arancrt- f r J0I1X TAYUJH A (nil Cauivu of ter Day HunK I'tch. letter with the lithographed bend, In "Pros-ldnl'- n Jeu C'lirl-- likelmnl, JohtiT a farmer t of Ivt- - HKxitY nciujit. "ItomemUir II that made theo alo made tlw brute." writw tin thllanthroint whe of the weak b.-tnkm tho nsnlnst the tivng one. rUy jrt ut Jud Lafagan In Chicago Ledger.1 After his mother it is some other woman's tact that draws out the good qualities of I man, and 'tis the workmanship of bar fingers that polishes up these qualifications. If I will tell st public auction to the highest bidder, young ladies would remember this and their la the own of Liberty, Ky., influence for good and evil In thi world, we On Monday, would meet with fewer young men who 27, 18S5, aspire only to spend money and look sweet, It beln? County Court dv In Cistj. 409 Acres f and more young men could be found capable Knob Land, lying In said county on the water of I have always be Carpenter' Creek and bordering on the Huiton-Titl- e of meeting emergencies. A Liberty turnpike road, about C mile from loved nothing more noble, osido from honor tho There this aud uprightness in a young man, than the landformer. good liteare tome Improvementtheanhouse and a for a taw mill, near girl who has sense enough to appreciate and but a abort distance from the pike. Any one who may wish to examine thi properGet the quality first; man-tw- r these qualities. ty referred to K. Kayzee. firing on the preuili-ecan be retouched afterward. who will show it to them. YalunWe Timber Land FOR SALE April To c'iu:n Govsrnmert Lintli free that are suiubie-fo- r general tirmmjand stick railing pur ei btfotw ehinze of lawi u per jillim pending in LAST NORTH HAIwCE 320 IN THE DEVILS LAKE TURTLE MOUNTAIN, And Mouso River Country. 1 1 s. tho feat. The schemo of tbo fakir, original ono nnd calculated multitude, all dopended on ability of tho Hoonler Mature Siren. Baltimore Herald. of Troy was over 40 when that famous elopement took place. Ten years after, when tho fortunes of war rostorei her to Menelaus, he received her with love and gratitude. Cleopatra was past 30 when sho made the conquost of Anton, and Diauo de Foictiers at 20 and for many years afterward was considered the most beautiful woman at the court of Henry II, of Franco. Ninon de 1'EncIo received a declaration ot love on her SOtb birthday. Helen u-t- d John ar. JIEID. Muuxt- Over 2.000,000 ota at the low price of $3.00 per acre and tipwanls. Sectional Map and lull particulars mauea free toanyaddrenbyC. II WARREN. Gen' I Pass. Agent, bt. Paul, Minn, and Manitoba R. K., Sr. I'avl, Mlnx. DAKOTA HUBIlO 2E?S Acre of R. R. Land ia MPDCQw. FREE f ifQ union am roc.NO, Her U IliiKhmi Youns;', written In a character that 1 bold aud swiMpIng, like on of Urlgliani'i Mormon odlcU. 4. May 'AJ, "iH. Ho wan a good example of tlu curioux real ion that sometimes tako plnci He came of a Ioiir line u In human nature Now Knland Briton nncotr', devout au riiil In belief and conduct. Ho lilnivlf however, wax an outi)ken radical and Icon OSCAFl WIl.DC Here 1 one that lookj botlt cranky and con oclaiit In theory and praotico. Few men liavi hi versatility of talent. It wiu MUxL Heaoeuistosjjpll hU namo ''Wild.' howu in hU early days. Ho graduate ilgunturo It Uui fol Togo with thUa-lhet- la with honor from the Unlverelty of tho Citj lowing ijnnt. "Todbwigroo with thtw-- f mirths of tho IlritUh public on all joint li one ol of New York, when only 13 year old, Firs' but did not pruo ho studied tndicine, the tlmt element of sanity." Tlien he took up law, atd wm tic". admitted to tho Imr lu I SIT. But during thi time ho hatol 1 icrary comjioii tho occuatlo( it wa ion, although in which hi fame wa t bo made. Musi however, wa a passion with him which is mained to tho.cud of his dayn. In bo height CIIAJILU OL'ITKAU. M a literary signature la tho co.luint of' hi reputation knowledge of njan, he waj Tbo violins thai prouder of hi her?' prwentoi I that of Gulteiu, thfl,Aastii far being called tk-- leading 8hksr;roai of Oarn-li- l, "UnlNM State ilito.1 Jail of Tlie Decorative Craxe. Washington, D. C , May, IS.'.'." It U grnce icbolar of his country. That ho undoubtedly Chlcaro HrralJ. fnU even and troti, a strange contradtctlo: wai at ona time. Ilia esay on Hliakespeare "No, sir; I can't sell you a chopping bowl or and hi elitiou of 8hakoix5are are ttundtrd Indication of I'hlrorapliy. to the a wooden shovel, and If you nn ever going work in ur literature. A Ho studleJ for Loth tho profwilons namtd, to want anythlnz in our lino ycu had better buy it now, and lay It away until you do jtrrtiwox da vis. ami b.amo a literary man In uplto of hin H'ro lw showed the versatility that want it. I don't know what they'll take to The foibleit Mtrnaturo of all, apparently -l though I it will It look as If it hid etartod to grow upright charactoribl him elwwhere. Ho was ulove next; perhaps wator-pail-- ', bo wash-tuband well, there's but liad tat down upon at a very arlj all, howover, a critic HI face shows that doubt it, nni in tho picture, with its clear cut features no telling where this decoration craze will stagu of existence. Why only tho other day I saw in the aud analytical expression, Exchango for Women' Work on Wabash avenue, one of my butter paddloi masquer-ndin- g in a now eult of gilding, a gauiy ribbon about its throat, and "Ho Is Rtan" placarded on its waistband. Now what on earth a butter paddle had to do with tbo riilli.lngUt. A BUtlngulttiiMl nichnnl Grant White died at hi homo, li Now York city, April ti. Ho was ono of th ableit literary Kholarsand critK that Atner ica ha produced. HU private Hie, however was o quiet and retired that few knew lw llvel in New York oity, Many, indeed, up knv him to b an EnglUhmuu Mr Whlt wa born In Nei York cit; O 7 C cw HMd fAtf&s bandmt iupikl fult&z frank gray eyci", When the xurface wa heloctod he wa brought out and led to the foot of tho ladder. A iirtof bis tnnlness was to go up a step, carefully feeling bis way, then turning, ttaro Into vacancy in an nlmlsss, moony tort of style, and bring to bear on the crowd a face full of pain and pathos. This rarely failed to draw- - expressions of sympathy, and what was moro to tbo point, additional contracts. Klowly climbing the ladder ho lingered tho surface, measuring with bands the dimensions of the letters, and tbon, suddenly toizlug tho bruth, tbo sign wa rooled off much more rapidly than the averago painter could do it. Another catching bit of 'businew' was to stumble on coming down, wbou one of the party gave him a shoving Lolow, with an imprecation and a brutal order to be more careful. "Shame, shame Boino one ought to take the poor man away front tboe ruffians," were sample remark from the crowd on such occasions. Ono day, whoa ho wa up the ladder, J caught his eye. My suipiclou had boon urousod, and be saw It in my face, dlowly and deliberately, wIUi owlish solem nity, he winked that great gray eye of bis In a way which spoke whole libraries. After that I was taken in hi confidence, and finding that ho was a gold mine of talent induced him to leave the painters and go to work in my office, a task which was not difficult, fcr ho only regarded the "Blind Fainter" dodge as a boyish lark, and was getting tired of tbo fun. That was the beginning of his newspaper career. 1 which was an to catch tho the histrionic Ho bad large, and the vhlou of an oazle. INSURANCE! The Old Kellable "Homo ol Now York." with Its Capital of 83,000,000, tlll par promptly when the actual Ion I known. lutes low. See me before yon Insure. 12.1m F. Ji. FLE.XXF.rt, Agent. Stanford or Turnersullle, Ky. A.T Thoroughly Artlitle Itooms. Philadelphia Record. Only a few years ago Philadelphia was a city of hideously ugly parlors, filled with Masonlieimer's Restaurant Opposite Codii-Hous- k horsehair furniture, portraits ot grandfather tablei; now some of the and marble-toppe- d most graceful and thorougly artistic room to be found in any city have taken the place of the ugly parlors, and tie piwion for the beautiful, which wa tho o!Tprlng of has become the mother of a lasting refinement. A Ctiarni'.nc Lore I'ln. lExclianze.l A charming little lace pin is describoJ In a London newspaper. On a slonder bar of gold stands the tiniest miniature plump chicken in brilliants, with a small ruby for tho visible eye. A golden egg, from which DANVILLE. - - - KENTUCKY, Meal are (erred (J.-i- i. Ht...,. v at all hou's. Game always on hand anlln lti season, oyster fresh flih, and similar dellcaclei terred In all ttyles and on ihort notice. Look out for the ilgn "Woodbine Restaurant" and call when you are hungry. F. IV, JtASOXIIEIXEIt Jb C.O. Danrllle, Ky. tier nurw n A .piilnlt-rure for Itlio i;. I'in.Nt'Urulfcla.Old&cmv. llini,j)riiii' ".cali's.l Biii!ses.ftelllnoa II "trier txti'y pa n. rinnet and t'M Ic known remdrt-- e. itns .b Hi'el.tcttcHv rf of .houl'WMrnlns. rncked Film In the -- v l' rk. ir ia'l.s-prtii- . Itrtrarr af I tttltatlolim. ("HAS. .AI.I.KN.Jr..boleProp.andMfiO- 'acturcr Ht1ice,.Nn.:t ..1tliSt..'lnrlnnnti.- -. . nil llrustata---- a Ilnrxton Allrii, -w, GENUINE ORIGINAI NERVE 3c BONE LINIMENT. In l.nttlc. Intrriluced nrlff. ttr.r. jt. ALL EIM'S 18J1 by tt omiol - l""-!1,- ,- Thingsjthat are True and Things that are notTrut, It I not true that the Ctar of Runts sent the Mikado of Japan to buy Dr. Bourne's stock afl It an Oil to gresse the Biltlsh lion's Ire. , It not true tbst the Sultan ol Turkey sent tho Kban of Tartary to bny bla supply of sgri--c Medicines from Bourne. It It not true that the Ctarlna and the Sultana tent the Cxarowltz to buy their Cosmeti- c1 this little creaturo has just emerei, forms the end ot the pin, and the chicken gam at It, lost (n wondering admiration, as seen In the familiar picture. Positive Curo far Piles. To the people of tbls county we would lay that we hare been (tren the agency ot Dr. Marchlil' Itallaa Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed to cure or modey refunded Internal, External, Blind, Bleeding or Itching Pile. Price SO cents a box. No cure, no pay. Penpy A McAJIiUr, No! neither the old Buuta nor Turkey gal can get thim. Bourne wants them for tha Unoat-coun- ty ladle. The Knedlre of Egypt, the Sagamore of the Sioux, the Sachem of the Choctaw, the VUIar Sultan, the Hoipodar of MoldaTla, nor the Paiba with hi three hoatetalli can buy Bourn' stock of Medicines, Fancy Article, Eye b el pen, Mixed Palntt, Stationery, 4c, Ac. He want for his home trade. He wants tbttn lor ths fair ladles and itllant gentleaen, the sweet cbUdrm and dear ou own county. He want them for you, gentle reader, that you may find anything kept In a at M. L. Bourne' New Drugstore, Stanford, Ky. first-cla- ss ot --to b-- fer as. Druggist. Daughters, Wines and Mothers. grs-4sa- -ot ., bti niAUAncic. T 2 We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlil' Ca- thollcan, a female remedy, to cure Female Diieas- troubles, Indammatlon and ei, uch as Ulceration, Filling and dliplacemsnt or bearing down feeling, Irrexalarlttlei, Barrenness, Change cf Ltfe, Leucorrhcea, beille many weakoeaiee springing from the above, like Headache, Bloating, Spinal Wcakna, Sleeplessness, Nerrou Palpitation of the Heart, 4c. For sale by drugglit. Prices St and CI SO per bottle. Send to Dr. Marchlil, titles, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. For al by Penny A McAlliter, Drurita. Druj 8-- urtt frran xf WEAHEiY, UWBERTAKER, AND learn that tin alwve name I that of DU which I rnarck. It U written in tho rva-ioof lt aiwirt'iit IIIcglblonoM Whatever it may look in KiirIUIi, in Ooruiat it H n stroutr, plain ili;natiin.. n Tlw reader will probably In surprised ti "Lj, W 'Pg(IKOIUIK - KUASCH TIUIX. In Romo ink marlu that look liko a glralTi utruck by llghtnlnjc wo mako out tho follow ins: "Goal for one huudrel dollars at tlw iwxt centennial. Goorgo Francis Train. Ho was a warm patriot during tho civil war, and w roto a series of article In Tho 1011S IIUUrilllKY London Sjwctator which dkl much to turn For hb ago the leador of tlio Oneida com English MHitiuient in favor of tlw Uuitd trous hand, charno States. His beit know n works nnd his most i inanity wrltei a Ann, terbtiu of tho ludivlduul ho U. valuable ones, after tho Shnkonpcreau llterr-turaro "Words aud Their Use.," and "Everyday English." His own use of the EuglLsh language was well nigh fnultles?, and his stylo was strong nnd sparkling, no never committed tho sin of being dull. "England Without and Within" w.is anH1TTIXO BULL. other famous book of his. He wrote tho ThU Rontlo rod nmn's flit U moro uvxl tc artlclo "Violin" in Ths New American Richard Grnut White was n tru grasp tho scalping knifo than tho x:n. momlous worker, aud possessed a superb NOVErt. o, comos In as an Easter ouoring or ornament I don't know, nnd only a woman suffering from tho docoratlvo craza can give you any idea on tho subject" Tho tpjaker was tbo salesman in a wooden-war- e establishment in the business portion of Chicago. Tho listenor was tho frlond of whoso wife, having caught on to a the Intent crazi, wanted tho wooden scoop hbovols to bedaub with lacquer gilding and adorn with water colors on tho scoop, after which she intended tying n red ribbon about the neck of one, aud a blue one on tho other, and placlug them at tho sides of the fireplace. But the scoop shovoh were not to bo bad. Tho woodenware man expected a consignment from tho factory in a few days, provided foino feraalo decorator did not resurrection, or wlaro It approprlatenoss Destroy that Sigh. that he 1 getting old, but h naturally dlillket that anything about bli appear. aoceihould adrise other ot the fact. Yet noth-te- g doe thtt so effectually a tbln and falling hair. No woman wanti to marry a man and but!-nearms beittate to employs man who ihowa tbli fatal algo. Parker's Ualr Baliam 1 worth to you, In tbli regard, more tnan It weight In diamond. 1'ie It and bare plentiful and glouy hair. Mary hare bd erery trace ot groyne remored and tald ipot corerel by uilng a tingle bottle. One may feel at A JPuIl aud coiuploto assortBient of Fnrnltnre, eiubrcJnKa erjrthlug from tho Cheapest to tho Finest Parlor Suites. 3S need to go to the large cities to uiake yeur purchases, no mattee what quantity or quality you want , s I can and will duplicate any prices you can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. AJ a full assortment ot Collins, Cases. Shrouds mid Robes, emfesTM- iug all the New Styles, both cheap and expensive. Ware opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford. Ky. Ie2alef in Fiiniiture -- TlIE LATE IUCHARD ORAXT WHITE. t physlquo. J. K. EMMET. "Dot vas me," ho wtIUm. But who know it from hU ulsnaturol wouW irons iows.j Julei Claretle says that Victor Hugo's mother, In djcriulnsr him as a baby, Mld be was so small and tiifn that ho looked than a human bemore like a table-knif- e ing. Aa he was born in 1S0J nnd Is still halo and hearty. thU must be good nows for tho mother of dellcatj Infant. Tbo poet's exile In Switzerland an I Jersey had n groat elTect In strengthening his constitution. A man who rUei to the level of an occasion cau nevor g)t too high. He will not be intoxicated with succots. Bucklen's Arnica Safre. The bett Salre In the world for Cutt, Brulte, Borei, Ulcon, Salt Rheum, Ferer Sore, Tetter, Cbarped Hands, Chilblain, Corns, and all Skin Eruption and potltlTely cure Piles, or no pay required. I it guaranteed to giro perfctt tatlifac-tlo- r break into tho freight car and get away or ni6-- y relunled. PrleoJlcent per box. with them in transit. So it was also with Foralet" Penny. McAlliter. chopping bowli. tn Ena to Bone Scraping. Edward Shepherd, of Uarrhburg, 111., js How Chicago Mar Uo Saved. "Ilarlng recelreJ lomuch benefit from Electric Chicago Tribune. suffering humanDr. A. P. Burrus of Beaver Dam, Wis., Bitters, I feel It my duty to let on my leg had a has como to tho special roscuo of Chicago ity know it. Hare doctor running sore I would told tue that lor eight yran; my from the threatened .visitation of cholera bare to lure the bone icrapd or let? amputated. microbes, mlcroccl, bacilli, splrilll, splro-chiut-l, I uied, Instead, three bottlei of Electric Hitter ever nnd otbor forms ot unwelcome bac- and ren boxes Arnica Salro, and my leg Is now Wagons, " Electric Bitter are told at 50 this Kuramer. Dr. Burrus suggosta sound aand well teria, Best, to rent bottle aud ltucklln't Arnica Salre at 23c that mountain uir will always kill the mi- per box by Penny A McAlliter. Chicago has iu mountain to crobes, and, as A Startling Discovery. npeak of, ho proposes to bupply the deficit by Mr.Wia. Johnsou.of Ilurun, Da., write tha tapping tho norial bights about 1,U0J foet hi wife bad been troubled with acute Bronchitis abovo us. gareno Also a Full and Comploto Assortment of All Kinds ot Farm and Mill Ho proposes that the city shall build a for many jtar and that all remedies tried Maohinory. monument of masonry 100 foot square at tho permanent relief, until he procured a battle of King' New Dlicorery lor Comuniptlon. biuo and .WO feat high, with an Interior woll lr. Coughi scd CoMi, wblch bad a magical eneci aau fifty feet iu dlumeter. From tho top of this produced s ptrmincnt cure. It euinieed to Now Is the Tlmo to IMace your Orders Tor Harrows, Corn Tlanters, Corn Drills', ha would run up an Iron tulm, ay MO feet cure all dlteasf of the Tnroat, Lung or ABronchi IVuay McAlCultivators and Field Hollers, further, which would jienetrato tdrata of a! Tub. Trial bottlei freest . pure mountain air. Ho would then have n liter. THIS IDEA OF GOING WEST kcrow fan at tbo baso anu, connecting nis before Purchasing. I have a few SnUty big inonuiiiBiit by puinll pipes with all our to Colorado or New Mexico, for rure air to reliere And see My Stock and got Pricei Spring Tooth Harrows that I am authorized to olose dwellings, would koep them Oiled with this Consumption, Is nil a mistake, Any reasonable man out at less than cost. air, which would at once kill off tho microbes would use Dr. Bosanko' Cough and Lung Syrup for as fast as thoy dared to enter any ono' Consumption ia all Iti first stage. It nercr fall premise. of com. to gtre relief la all can of Cough, Coldi, BronThej are Worth the Money asked for Them for Oultirating one crop chitis, Palm In the Chest and all affections that are WHY WILL YOU eouih when Bhlloh's Cure eoaillcrtd primary toConiumptlon. Price, 50 ceat will gits Immediate Teller? Trice 5Cc and Jl. For nd 81.(0. 8tagg. ld by UcBoUrti isle by l'eonj A McAlliter. G. D. WEAREN, COMMISSION MERCHANT AND SPECIAL AQENT, The Largest Stock of Buggies, Carriages, reys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Farm Village Carts and Buck Boards this market, from the Cheapest the Sur- - Brought t EMBRACING ABOUT FORTY DIFFERENT STYa 1 OEO. I. WEAREN. Col. D.R. Collier fold bis retidencoon country, they settled first in the State of rrrl Mississippi. After many vicissitudes they Lexington street to W. O. Bradley for n John G. Hanson, one of Berea'a Col. Collier will probably remove to counfound a home ia this State, in Pulaski citizens, was killed by accident in ty. Ultimately they moved to Lincoln Dakota in the fall. I hare received and tlll receiving- April 21, 1885 his sawmill. Richmond Register. Steaford, Ky., The Lancaster police court recently county, having purchased the farm on Edward l'ierrepont, Secretary of the made an assault on Bee Mason, a hotel which they closed their pilgrlmnge. They American Legation at Rome, and acting leave nine children, most of whom have keeper of this place, by issuing 88 warrants W. P. WALTON. Minister since Antor deserted his post, is found homes in Western States. Mrs. against him, charging him with unlawfulComprising the best la (lis mirltet, which will be. dead. ly telling liquor. Col. Bradley was em Tramps set fire to the stable of Sena Wright was an indefatigable roader. The Oun sprightly contemporary, the Oirens-bor- tor Stanford, near Uma, Cal., and all but most valuable books and periodicals were ployed to defend Mr. Matonv The trials Gotton Up ia Stylo and Mako Sooond to Nono in City or Country. Itquircr, very aptly enyt: Our civil- four of 115 hors8 and mules were burned on her table and her familiarity with Eng- have been in progreH for about two Give Me it Trial. lish literature was surprising. She was months and were fically concluded last ized contemporaries are pouring out their to death. week. Col. Bradley knocked out SO of the wrath on that standard "relic of barbarkc- The Italian Government has made no fullv aware of her approaching end and our esteemed con- protest against the appointment of A. M, made preparations for the event with im-- 1 warrant, but the blst round struck a snag ian," the whippiug-poa- t; mothnri. Some two vcars since . In the shape of a $." fine. Cues Nob. 82 temporaries who are possibly not all civil-.beKeily, of Richmond, Va., as Minister to t.,i-hTHE XJEW OKOOKUY AXI IIAIUMVAICE HOUSE OF are pushing forward arguments and that court. ehe encountered the fatigue and peril of an and S3 were settled by Mason's paying the la-- t look at costs. it. Fightdelegislative candidates in favor of ocean voyage in order to take a Ben. M.Piatt, a Cincinnati lawyer, Meiers. A. il. Rice, Jim Duncan, W. ing the devil with fire has alwajB been stroyed his life in his office Saturday. He her childhood's home and returned to the A. Berkelo and S. C. Denny have gone to found the most effective way to make an was a cousin of Col. Donn and John land of her adoption to sink quietly to Williamsburg on a Gibing expedition. A rest. cedent enemy of mankind change his plans James Piatt. large delegation of anglers will go up In a MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. aad habits. The last may be a relic of barAt Hinklevllle, Ky., Jae. L. Anderson few days to finish caching what fith may barism but so is crime. Such extreme muidered his wife becaure she was too sick be left In the Cumberland river. They are Managed by Jno, B. Fish, Would I dly ask yourattettlon to I he fact that they turn juit returned from the cltlta with fastidiousness on the subject of punishment to cook his dinner. He has probably been Urgt The wheat crop of this county will not only wailing for favorable reports of the e, ft ih and ell selected stock of CIIOK V. is the curse of Kentucky. Wo are too hung by a mob. make the amount of seed that was sown . condition of the water. We can boast of altogether too too tender-hearte- d, The Attorney General has given an Most of the wheat fields were put In oats or more fishermen, both professionals and beaevolent to want to punish a poor wretch opinion to the President sustaining the "slatherers," than any town of like size will be put in corn. who hat committed crime. A little more eligibility of Mr. Lawton, of Georgia, for Wild greens are being brought into in the State, and they are a noble set of pre- In endless variety, dainty in quality and latlsfratory In prices; thli wo similiter. Our aim ihill be justice in our social composition would appointment as Minister to Rustia. it ill times to supply every want In our line. the market at this place. Lovers of that varicators all the wav through. When Eighteen years ago the store of Bert .sake us less lenient to criminals, and less will now have plenty to recounting the size of fish caught they look delicious luxury pt to find difficulties in the way of punish Thomas, of Dyersberg, was robbered of SI,- - eat, but we object. as through a microscope clearly and lie acConsists of the Standard Ilrandiol Kuropoand America. Our largo lint of Cooking Store Includes 000. He was recently called to Arkansas and ins them. W. J. Newcomb was tried this morn- cordingly. thejustly celebrated "(J reat Western lletertV' and many other family UTorlles. Our China, disss of the sum stolMajor Jame A. Burnside, the n Kentucky honored hereelf Friday by received $1,500 payment ing before Squire A. J. Pike on a concealed and Qiieenswtre slock consists In part of Table, Tea and Chamber feti complete, Olasswars richly cut en. farmer and man of the world, of and etched. In the way of llreadstuff we nitne lltickwheat Klmir, the. queen ol all trlbei. Our celeiasging another of her hundreds, of murweapon charge, and given 10 days In Jail, Besides Kentucky's contribution Friderers who deserve the gibbet. Nearly day, Arkansas furnished a murderer nam- and a fine of $25. He will appeal the case. this county, was handsomely treated while brated Patent '(. M."a Flour urivalled for cki and pastry, while Wco and Hominy, our own patrl-otAll thelellcacletln Kordgn and Domestic Confection! faithful adjunct rroducts, arrayed two years ago Gus Finley, in a drunken ed Hill and New Hampshire another namSeveral houses In town are receiving in Louisville the other day. The Major are here. Tin, btone, Wooden and Wlllowware, Kleclrlc I .a tups, Stationery. Canned Meats and Fruits ;rew;efiot and killed James Hunt, while ed Samon for the gallows. All died pro- new coat! of paint, but not before they were has been dealing largely in tobacco this and a complete line of Cigars and Tobacco. Well, this I only a hint of what wo hart IteJIevIng ackaYoring to shoot one Dagley, who had testing their innocenee. needed. A great deal of painting could be year, and has shipped about 500 hogsheads that we can make It to your Interest, we confidently ask an eismlnatlo of our roods and joar patronIlespectlally, age. TA 1 f.OH 11ROTHKRH. . track him. After committing the deed the "Washington cor- done and not injure the appearance of of that staple product to the Flls City The old joke of fee aa off, but finally suriendered and Tobacco Warehouse, of which RVP. Hare, respondents about Phil Thompson's name houses. All the peach trees that lived through as generous and popular as he is wide ..steed his trial, which resulted in a verdict being mentioned for this or that is getting ef death to be executed last December. stale. Too much mentioning is what ails the cold winter are laden with bloom. Cat- awake is one of the proprietors. While Aa appeal was taken and the judgment Thompson. Owensboro Inquirer. tle can live on the buds from now until the the Mijor was In the city he spent much For Coal or Wood. teyed on the grounds that the man was Farmers are preparing to of his time at that warehoute and the othA murderer at Madisonville offered a grass comes. drank at the time of the commission of bail bond worth $100,000, but the court plant corn. A large crop will be planted. er day Mr. Hare, who had provided himThis harce Is Extra Jteary and I made of the 'fry best Juniata Charself with a handsome and costly gold-beathe deed. The court decided, however, to would not allow him to be released from Ground breaks up in splendid condition. coal Iron. Ua eait top and Iront. ita credit be it said, that drunkenness ia no jail. Rich or poor, high or low, the Judi aaaV vSaBJ EHllS?l''A)fcV bbbbbbbbi J. L. Whitehead and Mies Sallie ed cane, surprised Major Burnside, seated with Entire Wrought Iroti Ilodr acj Oten. Warming Oren M tends under scaee for crime, and the second day for ciary should be as firm in dealing with Whitehead are in Willtamsl urg this week. on a tobacco hogshead, by presenting him entire Unpin of Rani. Automatic Oten fehelf. Sectional tie execution was fixed by the governor. the criminal classes. Owensboro Messen- Miss Marie Tulley is visiting at Prof. J. S. with the ctce, accompa nving the gift with and Cut Center. NickelFire Linings nam plate, gone to a few well chosen remarks, highly eulogis- knob and binge tins. Adjustable Flaley bore up well and died saying no ger. Reppert's. Miss Ella Joplin has tide shelf and all modern ImprovThe Baroness Fannanberg. whose par- - Paris, Ky., to visit her sister, Mrs. W. T. tic on the donee. The Msior. thoueh ement. i of murder was on his soul. arranged Can taken by surprise, was equal to the occa- hot and cold water with Hester for ents formerly lived at Lexington, has re- Brooks. J. T. Adams and family, of GarJItsled by the bulletins of his pbysi-cka- e cently died in France, leaving an estate of Vox or Heater extra. sion. He slid off of the hogshead and reWater rard county, are visiting at M. J. Miller's. who sought to advertise themselves at a million dollars, which will go to her relThe meeting at the christian church, sponded to Mr. Hare's speech in an eflort counthe expense of Gen. Grant and the atives, the brothers and sisters of Gen. Mor- conducted by Rev. J. C. Tully and daughter that would do credit to the finest Kentucky H. HIGGINS, try at large, we have on several occasions gan. has resulted in good success. There have orator The employes of the warehoute Tiaeatly, held our forms open later than Maddux Bros , wholesale grocers and tttprSjWWhlJBJCrTtyJy fZmhl SPECIAL AOLNT, additions by confession and sever- gathered around him and as they listened Tnaal to announce the death of the great dealers in tobacco and cigars, Cincinnati, been two by restoration, besides enough interest to his thrilling utterances they Constantly Stanford, Kentucky. edl&ier. He baa not died, however, but on have made an assignment to Thornton M. al been manifested as to try and secure a interrupted him with applause that shook the contrary is up and walking about his Hinkle. Their assets are eetimated nom- has regularly. About $20 per month the buildioe. rowa and it is charged that the doc-to- n inally at $180,000 and liabilities at $130,- - preacher subscribed for that purpose. has been iu were wrong in their diagnosis of hii 000. Alex. Poteet is in trouble again, this ca m and that he has no cancer at all. He of France, Holland, The governments being charged with stealing a calf RAILROAD AID QUESTION. iBwis awaiting an improvement in the Portugal and Turkey have declared quar- time Illig, at Pine Hill. The "weather to resume his rides in the park, antine against all vessels arriving from from Gustave The Lincoln County Court at IU April term, had levied on his houre for taxes ISfcS, made an order submitting to the qualified asd there is already discussion of the pro- Spanish ports, on account of the cholera sherifl Alex, bad to raise the money some voter of the county, at an election to be held in priety of taking him to the mountains to epidemic on the southern and eastern and way. tie drove me can bdoui o mues sua the MTtral Toting precincts of the ounty, on.Nnf reside during the comiog summer. coasts of Spain. sold it for $7.50, paid his taxes and went to ttrtltty, JIttu IGt It, IEjJ, the following quo- tSaLtsi im & Weldon Railroad The Tbk Louisville Tima will celebrate the CompanyWilmington for bids for the gradu-tio- Madison county, where he sold the horre. tlDWhether the county cf IJncoln shall Issue bonds ririinft Rnnlre Rfaflnnprv anri Cch SoM?! " l!T02. rr advertises v t MUVl atv w tawl sf ts. !' first anniven ary of its birth, May 1st, by He returned to this county Friday evening to an amount act exceeding twenty-fir- e thousand masonry and trestles on 00 miles of ouTc' Fancv Articles. issuing a double number, and an immense Saturday morning by dollars on the credit and responsibility of the and was arrested road in North Carolina. Bids close edition. The success of that piper has their Mat Pike and W.A. Orens, who started to whole county, to b expended Id acquiring title tj vvms be sent to the comwj wjvavt'fftfcW' v r on the 25th and must i or the right of way orer a strip ot land through the t irtsvf" been as remar kable as it is gratifying to Al0 bring him to jail. They were all afoot and county of Lincoln, beginning at or near Stanford pany's office at Wilmington. 1 of town, or Klcbmond Junction and extending thence every friend of its brilliant and progresmiles when they got in about occasioned several The thunder-storsive editors, Mr. Emmett G. Logan and by or near to HustonTllle. to the Casey Alex ran off from his captors and escaped. parts of the country Col. E. Polk Johnson. They have every casualties in various shot gun county line, upon th general width of not more Two shots from a double-barrel- ed Friday. At Nashville, Caroline Lafton, a than HTenty-fir- e feet, and such additional ground The Largeit Stock of Watches, Olocks, facility no if for collecting the news and iq were fired at him as he ran. He traveled a may ta seeded for that purpose n J tueh land at colored woman, was killed by lightning. Jewelry and Silverware saoet cases give it twelve hours in ad a while and Stanford a may be needed for depot buildings, around throueh the bills for Near Birmingham, Ala., Joe Anderson met vaace of the morning papers. It ia by finally came up where another party who machine shop, round house, water supply and Ever bought to thl market Price Lower than a similar fate; at 'Indianapolis several tb Lowest. Watcbea. Clock and Jewelry Reemer uuiming and structures as may be use-Jar the brightest evening paper in the were looking for him were sitting by the iucd paired on (bolt notice and Warranted. lul to said railroad, and to permit the county to houses were blown down. and is already up with the most country roadside resting. He was halted by this dispose of ald property when o acquired to said A telegram from Washington says it draxced either East or West in furnishing in to jail. I have heard Ballroad Company upon such reasonable term is regarded as certain there, that Secretary party and brought tie readers with the latest and most several other serious charges that are and In such manner a to compensation a may of the Treasury Manning will revoke the of One is that about beagrtrdupon by aald county, through Ita McColloch allowing being laid at his door. ruling of said Railroad Company, u permitThe sews eomes from London that an seven months extension on whisky intend 1 year ago he stole a lot of money from ted by an Act of the General Aieembly of Ken IT-am cement has been reached between Rns ed for export. The Louisville whisky Jot. Jones and since that time has stolen tucky, entitled An Act to anthorizi Lincoln county to raise mosey to construction tm aad Eogland as to the Afghan boundary, men are very blue in consequence of this about 20 head of sheep, one or two at a of a railroad through said aid in theapprored May county ,' t at Cincin. time. that Pecojeh is to be ceded to Russia, and news. J, ISM." In the United States Cour OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. that a collision has probably been averted The undersigned wer appointed a committee by the Court and directed to haT the abore stated for the present. This is considered a back nati. Fridav. Hon. John F. McKinney, of Laneatttr. action of th Court published for the lsformatlon Amu on the part of England, which seems Piqua, Ohio, was convicted of having reThe Transylvania Presbytery meets at of the toUrs f the county, asd we hart adopted to he afraid to measure swords with the ceived excessive fees for collecting pen- this place on Friday, Apl. 24th. this method of rtrformisg that duty. Jtataiass. On the other hand, it is said sion?. It was proven that he received Work on W. 8. Miller's new buildings J. BLalK, Tuos. W. Vaekox, thtfitheth aides are delaying the crisis sou $130 for obtaining a pension of $1,700. is progressing rapidly. They will be the April 10. J. N. Maxtru, J Forty-secon- d to he better prepared for it, with soldiers He was a member of the v handsomest houses in town when completWhat You Want to Know.' ed. 411 the SBonitiotM of war. It can not vOBgioHe Emybody wast an honest answer to thta simProf. J. R. Blair and family have Thomas A. Davis defeated E. T. Lil-la- rd he told at this time what will be the result at Mrs. W.H.Smith's. Mr. J! W. ple qnettlos' What 1 the best medicine to regufor the democratic nomination for repWHEN IN TOWN Xkz President baa appelated Hon. Boyd resentative of Jessamine Saturday by 72 Griffin will occupy the rooms just vacated late the bows, cure coitlTesea and biliousness, help the dlceetlon and git itrengtb to th who! Winchester, of Louisville, consul to Nice, votes. Ben Crutcher wsi nominated for by Mr. Blair. system? People atk us this trery day. We anThe position is not a very fnsee. Col. Sam B. Harris, of Louisville, is swer, Paxker'a Tonic. It it pleaaant to the txile. county attorney and Dr. Welch for jailer. one, but Mr. Winchester's health it. Mothers It U said that $0,000 wis spent in the pri- visiting relatives at this place. Mre. M. F. All the children Ilk time its cost inpraise it. Itwill sate a thousand every fatalin poor and the climate of Southern family attended the funeral mary and that $22 was paid at auction for Farra and Western Argus. Fnmce ia the finest in the world. In fact a of Mr. Nathaniel Berry near LexTole Consumption Cured, liiee mb oeniiD rcsui. iur me rico people Jndge Durham dispensed with two of ington Saturday. -As old physician, retired frm practice, having of all parts of Europe and the society ia his female force yesterday and another one charged with gamSeveral negro men had placed in hi ban. by an East India missionaaesg the best anywhere. Mr. Winches-seri- s He said they were of no service bling were before the police court Saturday, ary the formula of a ilmple regetable remedy for a finely educated and accomplished in his department and they were transfer- but from some tall swearing by the friends the peedy and permanent cure of Contumrt'on, sea, and the appointment like all Mr. red. One of tbem is called the "Queen of of the accused the judge was forced to dis- Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma and all Throat and Lung A flection, ali a positive sd radical cure Cleveland has made, is a happy and ac- the Treasury," and it was stated on ail miss them. Thomas Harrow and Furat & Bradfor KerTous debility and all Ner?ou Complaints, Also the Well-Know- n ceptable oue. A rumor was floating around Sunday aftr baring toted it wonderful curative power sides that she could not be dislodged, but ley Sulky Plow ! . Thx President says that in all cases she went all the same. One was a $1,200 to the effect that one of our young men in thousands of cases, has felt It his duly to make where colored republicans hold offices he and the other a $1,000 place. "Commer- was going to hie himcelf to a northern State it known to hi luSerine fellow. Actuated br a desire will appoint democrats of tho same race, cial. and capture a bride. We are scared to call thli motive and free of to relier e human tufitr-lnI will tend charge, to all who desire when their terms of office expire or they anv names, however, until the report is It, this recipe, in German, French or English, HUSTON VILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. Are removed for came. In accordance with full direction for preparing and using. Sent confirmed. with this policy the Postmaster-Gener- al Mrs. M. T. Williams, of this place, anThe Bev. J. Lapsley McKee, of Dan- by rntil by addressing with stamp, naming thl These Goods nro For Salo only by ub and will bo sold guaranteed, Can has appointed Tom nounces to the ladiea that she is now re- ville, filled the pulpit at the Presbyterian piper, W. A. Notes, 113 Powers Block, Rochesrefer you by permission to somo of tho bost farmers .Hamilton, of Beaufort, 8. C, route agent ceiving a large and well assorted line of church Sunday, delivering sermons in the ter. N. V. in Lincoln County. 6tmOITS CATARRH REMEDY, a positive rosa Beaufort to Jacksonboro, S. C. Ham- spring and summer millinery consisting of morning, afternoon and evening. His dis cure for Catarrh, Dypbtherla and Cinkcr Mouth. ilton was the leader of a small band of every new and attractive novelty the mar- course in the afternoon was in the interest For sale by Penny A McAliiter. colored men who supported the Hampton kets contain. THEREV, GEO, H.THAYER, of Bourbon, Ind 4t. of Centre College. Gorernment in South Carolina in 1870. Dr. Brown is reported as enjoying life Just as a minister at one of our ayi: "Both myself and wife owe our live to Consumption Cure." For sale by Penny A text Sunday The Murray Medicine Co, of Kansan in the Crescent City and maintaining with churches finished reading his in the audi- McAlIstir. AIho, 111k Stock of WulUlug mid IVnlUlnc ami Hiding CiiKIvh. man City, Mo., is a fraud and a swindle and we commendable ability the high reputation morning an intoxicaied torH, Turning FIowh, Double mid Single Dr. IIOSAMCO. an' a half This name La become to futnillarwlth the most htit&j warn the newspapers publishing of his native State. Soc. 0ens has return- ence exclaimed: "Bet er dollar Nuovel IMomh, itc. was of people throughout the United State that it Is He their adrertisement, against trusting them ed from a risit to Cumberland Falls and re- it's every word a damn lie." hardly necessary to state that ho Is thu originator of speedily. farther. We drew on them for the ma. ports everything in good condition at that yanked out vtiy great Dr. IlosanLo'a Cough nnd Lung Ejrup, delightful retreat. The prospect for a large The skating rink will close Friday the nred portion o their hill with us ln,t the jKifb's faicrlte remedy, wherever knoun, for a mammoth mask carnival, Coughs. (Ylds, Consumption and 4ll aflectior. cl reek, and the draft was returned, "No company there this year is flattering. He evening with by paying has n' ready received intimations from vari- at which no one will be allowed the use of the Throat and Lung. Prlco W ccat asd Jl.Od "Oood." The scamps got into us Old also The fancy CcJJ by Mcllobert A Staur. heir bills promptly at first and thereby ous parties of an increase of his usual skates unless they are masked. V number of guests. Wink Alcorn has been dress carnival Friday evening last was well CUKE FOK l'lLUtt. gaining their confidence. flitting around among old friends for sever- - patronized and was an elegant affair. Plies are frequently prtcdedby a sense of weight Allen O. Myeiu, a member of the Sll llftVl. ariff,llnf U n.nl.t al.nalifn .f Ufa A few minutes before 8 o'clock Satur in the back, loin and lower part of the abdomen, Ohio Legislature, testifies that he was of-causing the patient to tuppoe be liaiom affection , and ' " day night some one began firing a pistol on tho or neighboring organ. At tlmss, ,. end a bribe of $10,000 to Tote for Pendle- ,r -.T . ....i uiea. at"ner resiaence Stanford street just opposite the Hamilton of mptomkidneyIndigestion are present, n flatulency, " "I tvnuut cf i) ob or Senator, but no one who knows the near this place on Thursday, aged 74 years. House. Deputy Marshal F. M Htegar was uneaslnes of the stomach, etc. A moisture, like faaracter of the man belleyea the story. She was an Eoglish lady, born I believe in in the hotel and ran out to stop the shoot- perspiration, producing n ery disagreeable Itching, PrlccH Guaranteed to be BOTTOM on ETcrj-tkluKafter getting warm, I it very common attendant. "Je ia for sale at a much jower sum. the city of London. Her late husband held ing and capture the shootlst, but the Wind, JJteedlng and Itching Tile If J at onro 0 the tho cannonading and Ste- - application of Dr. Dotanko' rile Kennedy, which acts The editor of the Kicholasville Journal a position at one time in the Bsnk of Eng- directly upon the part affected, absorbing the b been honored by having a jackass land. They were both well connected, cul- gar says Used him as a target. He returnhim. That is he advertise) one tivated and Intelligent and showed by their ed the fire but up to this writing no man- - Tumors, allalng the intense Itching and affecting a oatsed for no "- - permanent cure. Trjce 50 tents. Addres the Dr. railed "Jumbo," by which name his friends bearing that they had enjoyed the advan- gled remains heve been Bv,.BfcoMedk,B,COiP,,u,0Uf g0iaiyMcKci, J tages of good society. Emigrating to this rests made. Stegar escaped unhurt. axe wont to designate the editor. rt ,4 Stags-NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS, afew-JfflwUnlnttriorlottn$3,-60- 0. Bil m best-know- H. C. RUPLEY!- NEW GOODS SPRING & SUMMER o a. d, M TAYLOR BROS. HUSTONVILLB. BLTT- FAMILY GROCERIES OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY lc -- well-know- -- THE LION WROUGHT IRON RANGE, -- W. Paayl MAIMf PHARMACISTS, IGJ rwtxaw Mm - - m di ar - west-war- JEWELERS- WILL PAY YOU tals-roo- ms remu-uumti- ve -- gij lT.-E- dlter To Examine the Celebrated Evans Corn Planter given up to be the Best on the Market. to-da- y. g, Shi-lo- h' We Hickory Wagons. liandlo the Mitolioll and Buggies. Carriages and Phaetons A Big Lino of Always on Hand. ,, 1 1 I .j ,,i rBiFLXGiVieai'r ea oxjiRLtjgLaxr. SW-Mechl- o ntmoronrnaI Seiche your reeerved (eats M. now far B. B, at Opera Home April 2oth. Ben Stanford, Ky April 21, 1885 drawn LOCAL Holtfclaw, of this county, has S 125 pension ruonejr, through hts attorney, H. T. Ilarrfs. l, AN. Cipro strain" ii ii TIME CARD. h!2 43 .. Mall train going North South Houtu Norh .... 1 15 2 SO lr George Farris has been appointed postr. M. master at East Bernstadt', in Luuel county r.M. and E. E Hogg at Bjonevlllc, in Owley A.M. a. m. county. Solar The Covington Commntuilth says that Mr. II. E. lluutington, nephew ol C. P. HuntlngioD, the newly appointed Superin LOCAL NOTICES. tendent of the Kentucky Central, takes Buy your school books from Penny A charge on the 21st. MoAltster. LANtmmi'H Garden 8ed, fresh and gen After William Adnms, for manslaugh nine at Penny A McAltster's. ter, and Isaac Gsstineau, for horsestealing, Watches Bnd Jewelry repaired on short are taken to the penitentiary there notlco and warranted by Penny A McAlia-le- r. will be but two prisoners in jt.il, Carson, A coMrt.CTB stock of jewelry, latent charged with murder, and a negro boy held rtyle. Kockford watches n specialty. Pen- for lunacy. .f) ny A MoAlister. WnEN Bill Carton found that his lawFoil eoughs, colds, Ac, use Comn. Syrup yers could not afford to follow his case to Of White Pine, in 25 and 60c bottles. Preanother county, he refused to permit a pared by Mcltoberti A Stagg. Farmers, Kead Tina. (Jo to Dr. il. change of venue to be asked and it was L. Bourne's drug store and get one package continued for trial here at the October of Bam A. Clark'a Hog Remedy. If you term of the court, his coun-e- l refusing are not satisfied after using it your money Judge Owsley's offer to hold a special will be refunded. term for it in August. On a motion for PERSONAL. bail, the Judga very promptly and properly fixed it at $5,000, which means that T. F. 8riNK has returned. stay in .James Severance U v!Iting in Dan- Csrson will Saturdayjail. The court finally ville. adjourned after a five weeks' Miss Pauunz Grimes is yititing MIi term. But two men were sent to the peniLena Lackey. tentiary, William Adam's, on a comproMrs. W, G. Dunn, of Harrodsburg, mise verdict, having at bis own request rrent Sunday with parents. been allowed to accept a term of two Misses Ruth and Lizzie DePacw years, rather than lay in jail till next were the guests of Mrs. A. A. Warren. court, and Isaao Gastfneau for hor-- o stealMitts Mauii RcruEY and little Stella ing. . iimi bare been risiting their grandmother at "The Stanford Journal advertises a perParksTille. formance of the "Big Barefoot Minstrels" Miss Linnie Crutcher, of Danville, composed entirely of home talent. Big returned boms Sunday after a visit to Miu bare feet, matted yellow hair, and soda Belle Cochran. biicuit complexion are distinguished charMrs. Frank J, WooD,oeeMisa Susie acteristics of society in that little hamlet Yeager, of Indianapolis, has been yiiiting in the mountains. The troupe has scored Mrs. I. M. Bruce. a brilliant succesa in its selection of a Mr.F. J. CURRAN started to New name." The above choice paragraph is York yesterday on a combined yisit of from the Hirrodsburg Democrat, whose pleaiure and business. editor we have on more than on occasion Miss Fannie Reiw, aocompmied by had to cbaracterizs as a young ass, because her brother, Dr. Hugh Reid, Las gone to he knew to much less than the older memCorington to ftsit Dr. and Mr. Wyatt I. bers of his stupid family. If there is any Letcher. Mrs. J. II. Stephens ipent rereral sense or point in his effort it is not appar'days with her sister, Mm. B, K. Wearen, ent and the only effect of it is to show what before leaving for her new home at Greens-burg- , a miserable ignoramus is the conceited y. a. who wrote it. If it was intended for wit, Kansas. Mr-D- . W. ARMTRONO,a New York it is disgustingly thin, and if it is really attorney, was here last week en route to the writer's Idea of the place and its locathe mountains, to establish the title to a tion, the study of a geography might keep large body of land in Bell and Harlan bim from making blunders, which cause him to appear so ridiculous to intelligent C3unties. Commonwealth's Attornev R. C. lople. Again we urge him to go to school, Warren, J. W. Alcorn, Eiq, and the go to grass, go to the devil, anywhere, but Interior Journal's representative, E C. to a printing office. Walton, ate attending the Pulnki circuit MARRIAGES. court which began yesterday. Mr. John Apple bas obtained license Samuel Walton, Etq.,o( Lancaster, wants a Consulship. Commercial. We to marry Miss Margaret Belle Williams at would like lo see him get one. He is an the residence of Mr. B. F. Williams, on the 23J. ileal Kentuckian, tall, Allen Gllmore, nearly three rcDre, and handsome and would represmt us well and MIm Amanda Jane Gllmore, but one abroad. score, are to be mirr.ed at the residence of LOCAL MATTERS. the groom in this county on the 23th. tmel about 20 The above It calculated on standard time, mlntilM fastor An excursion party of 400 Baptists has gone to Monterey, Mexico, lo dedicate the Baptist church there. Rev. George W. Rlggan, D. D,, Assistant Professor of Greek in the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, at Louisville, died Saturday. This brilliant, achol-arl- y minister was barely thirty years old. He was born in Isle of Wight county, Vn. Rev. Geo. O. Gould and wife, late of Millertburg, have been divorced by decree of a court in New Mexico. It will be re membered that Mr. Gould was disciplined by the Methodist Conference last year for causes growing out of his alleged misconduct. Bishop James W. Hood, of Fayette-HiN. C , the presiding officer of the Conference of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, in session in Washington in his address thankfully ascribed the defeat of Blaine to God, Who, by the rain which He sent on election day, determined the result in favor of Mr. Cleveland. The Freedmen' Aid Society of the Methodist Church has aided in the establishment and support, among (he colored people, of seven chartered schools, besides a medical college at Nishville, a Bibical institute at Baltimore and Jwenty. three schools not chartered. Aid has also been extended to schools for the whites. The total disbursements of the society last year amounted to $147,052 79 -- N. Y. Exam-ine- r. e, . C Rupley; J. 8. Van Winkle, curator of Jno. Taylor and Lee Taylor; J. M. Gray Trustee of 8. N. Figg. An inventory and appraisement of tbe estate of Reuben Lee deed, presented, filed, approved and ordered lo record. Sale bill of Mrs. M. H. Lluney filed, approved and ordered to record. The matter of the probate of Ruther Booker's will continued until next term. Mlas Hattie Hodges, of Lexington, Is visiting Miss Lilly Messick. Mr. Robert Roder, a leading lawyer of Bowling Green, is in town. Mr. F. W. Samuel has returned from Philadelphia, where be has been for tbe past seven months attending medical lectures. Mr. Jas. Minor, of this city, is sick with malarial fever at Harrodsburg. Judge R. J. Breckinridge, of Louisville, left Saturday for Atlanta, Ga., on legal business. Mr. W. B. Nichols, an old news, paper man from away back at WInchtKir, was in town Saturday. Mesrs. Andrew Whitley and W. D Moore have returned from Texas and Colorado. Mr. J. 8. was at Williamsburg, Whitley county, Attending circuit court last week. Col. C. E. Bowman arrived from Frank fort Baturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. R 8 Rutsel have moved here from Junction City, occupyiog tbe residence of the late Benj. Boline. D Van-Wink- C Taylor, Xades' and Children's SPRING SHOES The fact that we have sold more Ladies' and Children's fine Shoes since January 1st than ever before for the same period is convincing that Bennett & Barnard and Williams & Hoyt made a line of goods in style, fit and fineness second to none in the market. Two negroes robbed the Lexington postoffice of $3,000 worth of mail. W. T. Tevia won the democratic nomination for the Legislature in Madison Saturday. The postoffice at Berea was robbed of $400 in money and $200 in stamps and ' ordeis and a gold watch. Alex. Sutherland took a nap on the railroad track, near Lebanon, Sunday morning, and was torn to pieces by a passing train. A dishonored husband, the faithless wife and her paramour played the leading parts in a bloody tragedy at Newburgh, N. Y., Saturday. The husband stabbed his wife and her friend, then severed his own br Owing to his inability to get the gas to work, Eld. J. W. McGarvey was unable to illustrate hii lecture on Palestine with stereopticon views and he therefore announced that ticket-holder- s would have their money refunded an that no admission would be charged at the door. This was very unfortunate for him and the ladies who had engaged his tervices as the church was crowded with people that came from all OTer the county. Even without the views the lecture was worth many times the admission fee, as the speaker described the country, its manners and its customs bo minutely and so entertainingly, that even a casual reader of the Bible was delighted, while the christian found additional joy In human proof of the correctness of the scenes recorded in theBiok of Books. LAND. STOCK AND CROP We Have Received Our Spring Goods In French Curacoa and Kangaroo Kids in the New that is now the Shoe in the world fort. Come while plete. for solid comsizes are com jugular. We Want a Lad Of Intelligence to take permanent, role Agency for our goodi used In every family in thin place. Stock furnished by ui without Investment, References Indispensable. J. B. Hcliso Co,, Chicago, Illinois. ITCH cure il In 0 ralJiutes by Wolford's Sanitary Lotion. This neTer falls- - Sold by Penny A McAlister, Druggists, Stanford; ilio by D. C. . WlUUnii, Mt. Vernon. A M. XETT Flexible Sole most popular aDTKUTISEME.IT. broad-shouldere- James Anderson, son of Silas AnderSTANFORD, KY-- , Siturday of pneumonis, aged 20 Com Bepments tbe Best and most Prompt-Payin- g panies and hla rate are rery low. Olre him a Full stock of spring goods at S. H. He had been tick a long time, suffering call. His both with a itw and consumption. Shanks'. remains were interred at Gosben Sunday. SPRING MILLINERY ! Landerth's garden seeds in bulk at Mc The remains of Miss Sue Davis, owing Roberts & Sugg's. to some unfortunate delay, did not arrive I'oI'Lar sod cbwtnut shingles, sawed, here till Monday morning, when decompoI have just Opened a Handsome Line of miiusery, or sale by W. II. Higgins. sition had so far progressed as to render it inadvisable to take them to church for a TowhlchllnTltethe attention ol the Ladles of N. T, Huoiits la agcat for the TenMesee Stanford and vicinity. Miss Cynthia Carton, a rery funeral sermon as was at first intended. skillful lady, la in charge and would be glad to wagon, the best in the market. DANILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. see bar friends. They were therefore buried from the resi -ll.lH.il 10- -t JaffiS. 3t. V. TAIiLEtt. Mr. Hayden Calvert is erecting a new Tor sale, at a bargain, two Racine Road dence of Mr. Rsbt. S. Lytic and a abort J Carts, aada. Bright A Carran. tervice only at the grave by Rev. A. S. Mof-fet- t. building at Junction City to be occupied by f Saw Jno. Pierce as a reetaurant. For Sale. Milk cow ami calf and year- The. H. Myers died of consumption AMD LUMBER YARD, The opera of will be presentlisg heifer. Apply to It. E. Barrow. at his home In Boyle, Saturday morning. ed at tbe Opera House next Friday sight On top of the Knobs, close by J Carter's Grocery oiore. The handsomest line of fancy glass- He was a member of the Providence Bap- instead of last Friday as was first anFOOTS fc 1TUEELEB, Proprietor. ware ever brought to Stanford, at Bright A tist church from his earliest youth and nounced. His was an earnest and true christian. A game of Base Ball Friday evening For all kinds of general Lumber.bnllders and othOman's. to suit themselres. better funeral sermon was preached Sunday after- between tbe Junior aud Freshman classes ers can not And a"Good market Material lor RAiooble Our motto la Btorx-koo- m on Dpot street, 50 yards M. Vaughan and his re- of Centre College, was won by the latter, nates." noon by Rev. T. from the station, for rent. Apply to 8. P. mains intened In the family burying score 8 to 17. Btagg, Stanford. grounds. His aged and affectionate moth- Tbe ladies of the Baptist church will New songs, new sayings, new costume. , who survives him, is especially deservserve dinner Including all the delicacies in new music with the B. B. M. Opera ing ol sympathy, a death has entered her the store-roounder the Opera House toHouse April 25th. houiehold for the fifth time in the last few day (Monday, The Picked Nine, of Centre College, Received Monday, 1 car of white shell- years and taken away her husband, three and tbe Lexington Avenues played a game ed corn, 1 car of white seed oats in quanti- children and one grandchild. Miss Ella F. Doores, of Crab Orchard, of base ball Saturday evening and the Nines ty to suit purchasers. Bright A Curran. after a long illness of conjunction breathwon, Siore The SlepbeniBror. will open a butcher ed her last Sunday at fi:30 r. M., after Mr. Jno. W. Engleman left Friday for shop under Lytle's store to day and will bidding an affectionate farewell to her Baltimore, having in charge a fine horse keep always on hand fat and tender meats weeping parents and sisters. She was per- purchased from A Homarkablo Cure of a Horse. Hubert McGoodwin by of all kinds. fectly conscious of her approachltg death Louis McLane, of that city. Cbl. Jamca L. Fleming, a prominent grocery A Lofami said she was willing and anxious to go Flowers. Miss Ella Rimiey will "Oar Boy's Glee Club," ol Somerset, merchant, a member of the Ann of Fleming ton. Augusta, Oi., makes tbe following statement to her Savior, whom she had not neglected gave an entertainment treatment of a Taluable horse with Swift's a full assortment of flowers May 1st. at the Tribble of the She bai for sale now tuberoses and gladio- when health and blooming youth were hers. House, Junction City, Saturday evening, Tn the Fall of US I had a Taluable colt taken In which a tevere case of At an early age she gave her heart to God which was a good performance, and was withmost fearful caae ofpinkeye,poisoning resulted tilus bulbs. Call to see her. blood I have the joined the Christian church, since well attended. eight or nine months of doctoring and er teen. After hear ol, despairwith every Briuiit A Curran sold a house and lot which her life has been one of devotion to Saturday was a day of tremendous ex- ed of a cure. remedy that I couldhorse waa I unable to At tola time the at our suburb, Rowland, lo George Pope her Master. She was for several years a citement in Danville among tbe ladies, the move because of swollen limbs. Ills right bind on It man's body for $450 and another to Willis Barnett at correspondent of this paper and her gentle, cauee of It being the eprlng "opening" of leg was aa large as a sores. lie had and bad also a cumber over forty running of large sores on hla body and other limbs, lie was the same place for the same sum. lady like letters will be remembered by ma- bonnets by tbe various milliners. The dis- a post pitiable looking object and I was advlFed to - .ii in endblasuff lings with tbe ibot gun. to lie waa a When you want a good wagon, buggy, ny of our readers.'After a funeral sermon at play is said to have been very fine. lose him. valuable animal and I did not want Fred Masonheimer;has painted, paper- Alter racking my brain In search for anotner remmower, reaper, twine binder, land roller, the residence of her father, Dr. Doores, by more efficacious. I thought of Swift's Specific. or any kind of farming implements, call Eld. J. G. Livingston, her remains were ed and refitted generally bis already at- edy I knew that it waa Invaluable to tbe human famwhy should it not be blood on N. T. Hughes, He Is also ready to taken to Lancister and laid away at 2 r. tractive restaurant on Main street opposite ily is a animal purifier, and did not hesitate, but as well? I for the tbe court houre. Among other new fea sent last J uly to Atlanta for a supply. buy your wool, don't tell until you pee M yesterday. treatment with 4 or. of S. S. S. and I tures are handsome marble top tables In 4 orbegan the three times aday. Ttls I continued him. Office wlih W. H Higginr, corner of water RELIGIOUS. incressed the dining room. Mr. J. C. Nichols and for a week. Then I for a week. tbe doseI to 6 oz. ol Main and Depot strtetr; ware-rooon Then Increased continued Eld. C. C, Cline will begin a series his assistant did the papering and paint- each and run It a week, when I went bacUtoO Main street. toSoz and oz again. Tbe result was that at tbe end cf the Christian church next ing. first week the horse had a fair appetite, which he Friday when Mr. Richard Cobb went to ol lectures at tbe Mr. W. K Argo, Superintendent of had not had since his sickness. At tbe end of tbe Sunday. was appahis stable he found two horrea and three tbe D.& D. Institute, la absent in tbe Eist second week even the ajrea Improvement nicely and Rev. A. B Cabinlss, of the Western were healing rent, lor many of bridles missing, Believing of course that is lecturing at the Baptist church on on a visit to similar establishments to the tbe horse manifested a desire to move about. At theend of tbe third week bebegsn to show gain they were stolen he sent runners in several "China and tbs Chinese." one over which he presides. During his In flesh and bad full appetite. The swelling n.d directions and mailed advertisements offer-lo- g about disappeared, I used In all about 1 bottles Rev. F. 8. Follitt will begin a pro absence he will visit the asylums at Hartand when I quit Its use tbe a reward of $50 lo every town and traded meeting in the Methodist churcu, ford, Conn , Bjeton, Mass., Northampton, ot Swift's Spedflc. small soi es left on him and horse had only four tbey healed up Immediately. county for 50 miles around. Fortunately, this place, on 1st Sunday in June. He Maes., New York City, Pitteburg, PhilaIn August last all symptoms oMbe disease passed signs ol however, he found them the same after- will be assisted by Key. H. C. Morrison. aud Washington City. Mr. Geo. away and up to date noappearancea return of tbe delphia and the horse truublu have male tbelr noon near Shelby City, they having been Those of our subscribers who have T. b'choolfield has charge of tbe Institute has done a mulo's work on my firm. I regard it one of tbe most remarkable cures that ridden off by come negroes who robbed his rent for "God's Love Slort" and the during Mr. Argo's absence, this In the county court today the follow- I have ever akoown to Thusanimal great medicine at well as tbe boou has proven tbe hen roost of 20 odd fowls. He has strong Barnes' photographs need not be alarmed ing settlements heretofore presented were human race. lueplicons as to who the guilty persona are at the' delay In getting them. We will confirmed and ordered to record: J L Jas, L. Flxmihq.i Augusta. Jan. 9, USJ. la ao4 Stud and they will likely pay deirly for their have a full supply in a few days, having or Bruce, guardifan of Iabella N. Bruce and mailed for book on Blood SwiftSkin disease. It Co., tree. Thk Mary B Bruct; R H. Guthrie, admr.' of ll.fjJt dertd them a month ago, Drawer 3, Atlanta, ua. fun. 25th. son, died seem-edanxeo- ll The B. B. M. at Opera House April . No. 1 salmon, at S. 8. Myers. . DEATHS. Bright and Curran sold to Ed. Davison a pair of plug horses for $150. About 150 tons of hemp were sold at Lexington, last week, for $7.507.S5 a hundred weight. Wanted 50,000 pounds of wool for which I will pay the highest market price. A. T. Nnunelley, Stanford. i, ungues is antuonsea to engage the new clip of wool at highest market price. See bim before seling. The Lexington Rices commence Tuesday, May 5th, and continue to the 13th Inclusive, with 4 races each day, hurdle racing and other attractions. Since the creamery has become an established fact tbe prices of milch cows have increased notably. A good scrub cow will Hopkins-villnow sell for $00 cash, readily. New Era. S. L. Wooldrldge and H. C. McLeod sold this week 10,000 bushels of wheat, which tbey have been holding for an advance since last fall, to the Roller Mill at Lexington, at $1,05 per bushel. Press. Danville Court. About 250 or 300 cattle on market of common and inferior quality and mostly unsold. No one to bay, bidding 3 to 4 cents for beet. Very little attention paid to scrub cattle. No mules offered and very little demand for horses. MAJ. F. D. KIGNEY In the Stats ate, subject to tbe action of th Democracy. Ii a Cindldite to mccwd hlmielf Sen- HON. A. G. TALHOTT (or Senator In tbe District composed of Bojrlf, Lincoln, Casey and Garrard, subject to tb action ol tbe Democratic party. Election first Monday In August. Ii a Candidate .. BRUCE & M'ROBERT& Seed MILLINERY! MRS. MOODY HARDIN trotu tbe cities with an elegant and couiprebeaslTe line of Spring and Summer Millinery, to which she invilei the attention of the ladles More on Lancaster street, formerly occupied by Mrs. Dudderar, whom sbo bought out tome time ago. Haijttit returned 15-l- tn e FIRE INSURANCE. JISTO. JUL- - PHILIPS, Sweet Potatoes, Seed Irish Potatoes, Onion Sets tat i St Mary8 Mills Bo-pe- and Garden Seeds -- -- PINKEYE. of the Best Varieties, 17-1- 4 ' at T. R. Walton's Vr t M j" Corner Main and Somerset ft . 4 mv r. l 0 t. i'V i . ,'.,". aft k Streets. 7 WOMAN AND HOME. FAMILY LIFE OF ENGLISH M.DDLE AND UPPER CLASSES. 'Where Law nnd Onlor ltelgn UouiclioUU nothing whatever by It Wo use thesj words to everybody and I mean tho most of our on nil occasion'. people do. Whon a youth addresses a magistrate or a minister, or a schoolmaster as Sir," he does it with such accentuation as to coavey a special and meant mark of respect There U much more affectionateness by words and deeds In an English family than among ourselves, and the usual civilities of manner and ipeoch are more scrupulously observed. The rights of each inembjr of the family to privacy, to his own room and books, to his own timo and arrangements, are uniformly respected. The hours have their duties and thoir pleasures and are kept with a regularity and obligation that we navo not learned to understand. The social correspondence ot the family. Incluling that of tho father, is addressed to th a house, and tbo first post Is made all over Great Britain by 8 o'clock iu the morning. As the breakfast is an informal meal, letters and papers aro opened and read. Business begins a much later hour everywhere iu Great Britain than in most parts of America. Gentlemen loavo home more leisurely in tho morning and work more consecutively while at business than Is the rule with u. In consequents tho work of the day Is finished at an earlier hour In the afternoon, and gentlomen return homo in tlnu t. dress for dinner. In the warm months It Is customary for husband and wife, guests, and perhaps the children, to walk about the garden and see tho "animals' the horsos and dos before boglnnlng the day's routine. among We - u. jieu 'Supremo notations of Parents unci Children Training of Hoys and Girls Tlio Mother. '.Robert Laird Collier. children, servant, guests, are nil undor g comAnd the family is a. munity. The coming in and tho going out, are regunnd tho down-sittintho lated by law. In tho houses of the woalthy and noblo not Infrequently tho statutes are iu conspicuous places so printed nnd that the casual guest may govern himself is accordingly. Perhaps In all tho bed-ro- c as noil as iu the great ball there will bo framed cords hung up on which aro printed the hours for prayers and the dally meals. law. up-risig no-to- d in tho typical English household. Ami llioro law U enforced with military uniformity. Tho family Is an In. stitution in fact as troll as in name. Parents, Iaw rolgin dron are never put Into flnsry. Thoy are kept in tho nursory till they have acquired quiet and unobtrusive maimer'. Thoy do not dlno with tho family till such age as guarantees good manners. Tho brilliant xmiplexlous of tho children somew hat due to tho soft and humid climate Is a result ot careful dlot and regular hours ot work, and sleep. Tho girls are with their mothers much loss than are French girls, and are with nurses and govornossos much more. Thoy are very shy and modest Their rearing is religiously looked after, and fow read sensational or flashy fiction. Solid reading is tbo rule. Indeed, they read but little and know but little outside their textbooks. The girls, and for that matter the women, havo no genius for conversation. Thoy seldom prnttlo Interestingly, as tho French ladies do, and tako 110 great dolight iu whispering scandal as the German ladlos do. They embroider and sew, and all have "fancy work" on hand. They never sit idly. in the Even in the drawing-room- , evoning, they will couvorse while doing The girls ride, soma sort of noedlo-wortako long walks, play tenuis, and roam tho gardens aud fields. Among tho wealthy classos they have their horses and dogs, and spend no iucousidorablo timo with them. WE WILL STAND OUft jstt -- l. At our 1 remises l mils from Turnerarllle at $N to Insure litlng colt. ii-s- Many a Lady and nobody iias ever told her how easy it is to put beauty on the skin. Beauty on the skin is Magnolia Balm. is beautiful, all but her skin ; n, ssldls horss bresJer, On Time, my suiiles thessitoa of IS3J ntShelby City, nesr ths st Knob Lick pile, 4 miles from will mike ON TIME! n. a. tt j. F. uoveh. ' Mrcelelirsted $10 to Insure a Colt till weaning; timo price ot This fins young aaddle stallion I bare concluded v mtnuw to lenerres iiiuiieu nuiuuerui matr GILT EDGE! TJEnsr xjoxjIsjcVK-Klr. s Ufniuaik; dam Fancy by Belshamr. I will alto stand st the same place ths well known Jack, AAV BLACK On Time Is s beautiful biTs 15J hands high, with well proportioned form and uiuscli's. lis was sired by Stonewall Jackeon ho by Washington i OLD It II K, And two young Jacks, HENDRICKS Phil is Is IS hands. AND PHIL THOMl'SO.W hjn-drlc- EVERYBODY ON TIMF. minute; the family all tho family are as punctual as the coolc. The carriage is at the door on time, or othoririso tho coachman U discharged for unpromptnass and he forfeits n cortlBcato of good chnracter. TUs children go to school on time, and what is of infinitely more importance, they go to bed on time. There aro no nloopy, lolling chil dreu, yawning, nor no sleeping, Miorins chilreu irritatin; the nerves of guests when they should bs in their beds. SERVANTS AND CHILDREN. This reign of law begeU a strict nnd valuable economy In overy direction First of nil It saves time. Dinner is ready to the Servant have their times and Masons, thblr days out and their holidays, and no household crisis Is great onough to canso the housewife to venture upon diplomatic measThe servures to abridge these prlvilogos. ants rise on time and retire at an appointed hour, and thee regulations are as tuvMable as the order of nature. It Is the law of the family that the children shall bo dutiful and affectionate No child answers back. I was never in but one English family where I noticed undutitul or sulking children. Obedience is rendered with alacrity and delight. English children are wholly possessed of the belief that to obey moans power; that only weak and witless people disobey when duty commands. And English children hare level heads upon this vital subject; HOUSEHOLD "EXPENSE BOOK." The mother is tho head of tho house, and the father is the head of the mother He Is the sourco of all law and the mother Is the souros of all order. The mother eTecutes tho lehests of the husband. He determines She tho expenditures of the household. makes them. Diaries for the engagement! of the family ore kept. Household expenditure books are as necessary to a e I la Jy. By family as a fan is to a this it is not meant it is ornamental by no means. It Is a part of the fitting of the hou'e, as tho fan is essential to a complete toilet. It is like a mariner's Theo expense books are in every family, and ars examined with business care and exactness by tho husband. This Is not done for fun. There Is no mean advantage taken by the No wife on the score of "good fellowship." more would a wife excuso inaccuracies and carelesiinss in her accounts than in thowj of tho grocer or baker. All the family bills of every description all the wages ot servants even those to coichmsn aud gardeners, are paid by the wife. The household has but d well-dresslog-boo- one oxpenso book. children's "allowance.." Tho elder children havo their own allowances. And these are nover extravagant En ,'lish Extra vazanco among the well-breis deemed vulgar. A young IaJy in a mid- d family, say wherj their family expenditures would be from $5,000 to ? 10,000 a year, would probably have an nllowauco. of from 8150 to $250 per year for all her personal expenses. This allowance would include clothing, traveling charities, and in short all personal expenses whatever. Usually children yet at school have annual allowances to meet their extra expenses, and all children are allowed a given sum weekly for spending money. These allowances are suppletn sntad by considerable jtlfts from the parent". The birthday aud Christmas presents are often in tho form of money or clothing, and party drosses of an expensive sort aro usually a little pleasant surprise, just before the night of the company or ball The reign of law has a much higher usof ulne-i- than to nerve y as an ecnomIzr of time. Ttys Utr is un important elerrent. and on to be wisely consorvod and used. But ouly fancy what eais and bliss, what abnicj ot care and friction, nre in the gift of this reign ot law. What savings of hot tempers und explosions of irritability under a regime where there is no provision for such uneom!y and mischievous expenditures of strength. English children grow up with their nerves, in tact They do not know they havo any neires, but all the same, and by reason thereof, they have nerve. tile-clacir-talul- THE FAMILY AT HOME. The English in their homes are a charming nnd engaging people and no mhtnlca Tlio father is supremo in authority, and this law is one of love. It Is nover vexa-UoThe w ifo and mother finds herei'i her own security and her utmost h.ippinevs. The i auk is as lucidly detlued nu I as (irmly tixsd as tbo husband's and father'. What i condition of temperamental and practical rep- this is. No time and no strength wastwl aud misspent over UUputab'o rights und prerogatives. The mother b the oston-bibl- e nnd obvious authority in the house. She execute the fathar's svilL Ch ldron and Fcrvants come to hir for ordars and lay beore her their grievances. The husband Is never fretted with such detail'. Nor is tho wife, on the other hand, treate 1 to all tho details of tho politics of the polities of the town or tho looses and gains of the d iys business. Their functions are distinct and thoy keep to them. All social civilities are observed, and domestic proprieties are never violated. Scolding, frottli g and fuming in the family urs labeled "V.lgar" by tho genteel people, and so this banishes them from Its precln-All advances are made on tbo part ot the chilsVLen the parents and children nvjet dren. at breakfast sons and duugutcrs aliks make Tho mother and tho overtures f affection. father aro kissed by tho children, wh) seem to consider It a favor to be accorded such a. privilege. All sons and daughters so long us thoy abide tndei the parental roof are subject to the law of tbo household. Thoy seoin to fe.il that the least return they can mako tho tarents is dutlfulnem and affection. Hl'SUAND AND WIFE. The husband and wife aro uniformly adu. dressed in terms of endearment and by tho first name. Tho American habit of speaking to each other at Mr, Johnson or Mrs. "Wilson is .unknown. Familiarly the word "dear" or "love" is used, or else moro formally "John" or "William." Children never uso "sir" or "mam" in speaking to always say "yes, papa," or "no, but mamma," as tbo caw may be. Tho uso of those prefixj bos a value which Li unknown e, Jewelry. It Is not often that an unmarried lady wears jewolry at all, and if so, very modest pieces, such as a pin or a rlnar. Clill- ARC YOU MADE MISERABLE by Indies-tioa- , Coaitljpatios, Dlulncu, Lots of Appetite, Yellow SklatBhlloVs Vltillzer li , pa it Its curr. For sale by Peony Jt MeAllstor, SEEING THE WORLD. Tbo dato for a girl's entrance Into society This nne young Jack will also make the season is not left to bo docidod by a whim, an acoflSsSst ur stable, one mil from Stanford on tbe UustonTllleplke, at cident, or not at alL She b not in society while she Is a schoolgirl. She does not go to $8 to Insuro a Living Colt. the seaaon of ISSSst my stable. 3 utiles partios, or have beaux, or put on the dress Will make Crab Orchard, on tbs Crab Orchard from white and manners of a young lady till her girlat... W.lV.r I. t.rnwn withaald by Ittlntl. 14 Lancastsr turnpike, at and good Jack hanls high, 4 years old and hood days are past and she has quitted the BOYS AT SCHOOL. one of the Bnul lnel jacaa in Colt, men. lobe.... PU1IUU. Ilk. m Iian4 nulrlc- &n,l ju school-room- . Whon tho time comos sbo Is $12.50 tq IURiiro . III .v,., .,...IIW tUCKT, Cilia Boys ore sent off to school at a very oar ly "brought out" A party Is given at tho Or S10 Tint SiJisox. If ici' patronise us we will premise not to detain ago, sometimes as early as from 10 to l'J. opening of tho season, and sho Is introduced . is 10 hands high, jet black, you ioek un mr Mambrlno Klnj. They are put iuto the bouses of the undor-maste- into society. This would not be earlier than T tears old, perfect Jr lorm and was sired br Dr. K A In Jit of tin great public schools and are her 17th year and perhaps as la to at her Hen's Mambrlno Klnf, (tht test show horse in Mamthe worMj. Mambrlnu kln was lred by 3.H. fitted to entor ons of the lower "forms" nt I'Jth. Patcben, full brother 10 Lady Thorn. an age when boys with us would be still celebrated EnglUh children sea a good deal of the brlno and Patchen, br Mambrluo Chief, (thNay . his.1.orklf.ntn wreJtling with "geography, grammar, t'l. fi.- - t.M...l.i Mambrlno Paymai. world. Boys aro very much undor their tuby tory and arithmetic." They are early drilled tors aud lrequently spend thoir holidays MambrlnoChlefwasilred ol mow Uncv Imp. Mewin. TbtMoflroilrinl-- ro.dtUri . r..Ufn tincsssithinirir nlhtr r ! terand ba by Old Mambrlno. he bydam by llger t smi aril. i in Latin an 1 Greek. Thoroughness in the under their charg, traveling on the contii.ms.s ..v, "" , "' Mambilno King, Jr.'a 1st wi "". education of an English child seems to bo nent, nnd with tho object In view of acquir- "Whim Id damby Jim Allen, Sd dam by Nem, lion in .niuBijj Stanford, directly on the -- iKnob west of -- . Ths culta fjur miles ana win the tlrit consideration. Tidiness, regularity, ing tbe French and German languages. Well- Ithiltui a thoroughbred tuare, pise, country can I.lckextremely low ptlcs viiaiiim of habits of order and punctuality, are iiaistod born children are early taught to speak both by tblf young horse are tbe finest tbe the upon from the moment a chill is supposed theso tongues. To perfect their pronuncla-tion-un- d Nciiaon or $30 toIiiHiirc. Care liken toprerentaccldenU, but not respon$20 to be responsible for his actions. His books increase thoir facility of speeih they sible for any. Seisoti forfeited when mml Is partOrsss farnlshe.1 st U per month. Dae care will . ..-- .. rrblanta or ucaoee. but will are kept in good condition, and his copy are taken to reside a time or to travel in ed with W'J,.4CJA'?'- -. Crab IM book is clean and tidy. 'not be responsible should any occur Is a Franc and Germany. It is very common Description and P.dlgrw -- Nobby The rule would be that an English child of to meet a boys in the core of with star in lorehead and two whits icetM hands 10 would write a neater ' I and more regular tutor or a young curate, making excunlavj inch high. Bns mane and tall, goc-- l, bony leg, hand than an American child of IX Eng- on foot through the Hbine country or in twaatirai iiisui ana hihwimi will symmetry sndlolnr. Infsct,laullle lish poopU qu.to universally wijlte well Switzerland. : . II.. . .i.lllnn HAUMU4 nt Tbe tine Imported Norman aUlllon will make the They are careful as to the quality ot the 1S at the stable of J. M.Wray, at "Pink s tetter UUpoalllon, snd thess qualltlea he Inrarl-M- y season of DOMESTIC llEUOION. stationery, the pen, and ink which they uso. Imparts to bis progeny. As an erldencs that There Is a religious Ufa in most English Cottsge," I', miles from Stanford, . uw,- -t I never received a social or friandly letter families. " hewlll prOUUCTr7 It Is a matter taken for granted. SEASON, Is the fact thai som.of his wy good AT 813 writteu on business paper. Nor did I ovor Family worship Is obsorvod in tho vast manothlne but Sir Wallace dam to receive a letter from an English, gentleman jority ot families. Anion; tho upper classes Oal.'SlOlMSCRK aColt. ,!r.,mend tbem. This ol lUelf Is concluslT. Inclosed in a business envelop These, per- domestic religious pr'ofthat the speed comes from 2 the ilrr. Nobby observance is looked Champo Is a dark gray. ITk hands high, welch. Jr.. record W, sold to W. noted upon as a part of the well ordering ot tbe haps, are small matters, but they ore th of May C the sire ofNobby. 11,000. Oueof bis colts trot- and ts 4 years .ld ths 1.600 pounJi Fslr of Ohio, fir only to Illustrate the care and the result of household. Is not a subject of which next. Hsisof fiss style and action, good In the It early training. Bays are taught, however, children fight shy In any way. Tho children loins, well ribbed and large body, with well.tnap. head that the) are not small matters, and atten- aro asked to lay grace at table boys and ed shoulders; i. W. and neck well Aset on.of He was iDaJVAMamVrrnVlllPVyiKn. Co., Stabbltfleld tion Is given to their observance all through girls allko excopt when guests are present Imported by September H.IMI. 111., life. We will also stand at the same placs our Cne btino:3I'i,ani eeTrniiii.""" Children aro taken to church at a very "". dam br Aratas. 3d dan. by THE OOVERNE33. dam by early ago and grow up accustomed to church young Jack, Ilh damby Dlomede. Nobby's daal s 0 attendance. The institutions and ordinances In all families pndtng from $3,000 to thoroughbred mate, aaldtobe by Imp Tranby. In ! yearly, and where there are children, Pitting with mares. hall forf.lt thelnsuranc of religion are held in profound rosjoct. governess would be employed, and tho The clergy are honored and I 1 a distinct At to ror is LIslHIt Hotn ' beu younger children, and perhaps tbo girls of place in the regard and even affections ot tlful black. 1H hands nigh; was foaled orember I will aUo stand a FINKYOONO JACg that 10. U73. and Uby West Knd. be byWarriof.hu an ages, wuuia iw taugui ai ucuir. it uou tbe family. - T. ,..-.- .. ; will U) periiiiiien mjiii" dam by Jim Porter, first dam Shoo fly.by this is th case the governess bos Tho family life Is the safety and bulwark to Insure. This Jack will beS years old acd Warrior Ja. k " rates. M w II Septeuitier, istoiiy n pretty much the entire responsibility of the of England. Tbo religion nnd reverence Pasture furnished at W. children. The school hours are scrupulously which are over present and over active in not be responsible for accidents sho Id any c.r tyU.uckthstwMaoldby - ..- II, IW ana was taxen ui II'IMV A' observed as though in a school aw ay from tbe family lifo of Engtand are Its strength brother ci tbe l,ltoundJaekowne.l byc Mr ley ' l- ton l.m'ree home. Many girls never leave home to go and glory. THE COMBINED STALLION, to school, but when they hate learned all TI10 Ijsto ot aiatr. the governess can teach, masters of special The men of the older day nre fait pissing branches and for music are engaged to give away. Of tluxo who nude I'liited States lessons at home. IMS at my stables. 3S, history 20 years ago, and thoo M10 took Will alllon will make the season miles uakelheseamof This fine eon.1, ne SPORTS. sjuth of HustunTllle, on th HusIodtII e A oart in tho striking pol.tical events ;mmdi-ntt'lor In at my stable near hbelby City, In LinUbertr read AMallan tlleneo t; br Joe IsKlrno. r The boys begin following, there will soon lo few resports almost coln county, on the -- helby City A Knob No.SioO,trtam7.ierd 1 W. Jo tlnje 1ld the at melTurnpike ., when the j begin to walk. Lick The governess is maining. Among thoto that are left a I'lt 0. r.rurd t li jd "H T ,000 the pest winter.) expected to take the children for regular ancholy interest at present centres iu 815 the Season or $20 to Insure a Pater, Mark 'Jf Wakjfleld curgna' record dally. Tbo boys have cricket, and Ion,; Frederick T, Frellnghuyssu. Durluz Colt. Jo I.lmo la by Itv.l-k.- '. S.s (Vy trial in 2 Jo. ..,1.-"hares and bounds." lawn tennis, riding, his residence in Washington Mr. Frcllnghuy-w- n II. n, i j i s A x.in let Aiianan. ...I..... ,"i"V' V. rfldlgree-Second Detcrlptlon and swimming aud boating, and keep up these devoted himself to tho duties ot his office No 10. Jo Klmo'a let dam ly S'amb'lno black mane and tall. U bands bletonlsn. AWallah tlleneo-- ; 1st dam Mallle 8 blood bay. with out-doexercises and recreations pretty early and late. No clerks worked border. 3 - Messeocet, iilgn, wun nne nfii rorelgner. by IyWl!lsb...y CSnnlngham'a Imp (Hetieei Id much all through life. Gentlemen of all A pivdbpoltion to fatal diseasi was aggra- 4 Inches old this sprln. was sired by Lewis years Cop:r Ifottom, br Jewel, ts ny the famous oHW ashing. Wd.mM.n,rTsiunc.n.byIu.p.lu ages engage in theso sports, and when too vated by this close application to olUeo duty. old to play the more vigorous games take a Ho kept up, however, until tho Arthur ad- ton uenmsra. nm ""'..,';. l cUni br by Welts' Crusader. are Plan. ) I AWalUh Olewos cplU and hand at bowls. Every Englishman knows ministration went out. It often happens that Haleorn 2d damCrockett; IU. dam. Tu.t.le oil kei, .. ...... I,lli aid of Dary how to play, and to the last enjoys to play. thoM; who are ill and dying continue at work uJJie mare, peoigr "" ; ; - was a blr'a".. liareonTof hi. SB. IhsTlwliil 1.800 Jewel, The Englishman Is a Spartan. He is hard long under pressnre ot excitement or impor- Tin's Old Minnie, dam of Second ged mare ..-n- d JardTJn a circle st tbe rat. ot X n. timed without and hardy. He suppresses his feelings. He tant duties. As soon as the strain b relieved premium aolmal frem a colt up to t times and wore Irii. M Olrrns. Hu.tonrllle, Ky . It about any m Jewel has been shown fourteen bare another has feelings, but they are so deep down that they succumb. 80 with Secretary Freling the blue twel times, being defeated only twice. hindllnt I alsocombination of that beat troll n the i he seldom gets them. They never come huysen. Ho was prostrated with illness imPisturags will be furnished at ra)nabi rates. and running creases InelUU-ncAbdaJlah lorlelts the lniurance. Ltea to the surf a co. It Is deemed unmanly to mediately after tho close of hU term of office, rartlog with wares until s.rrlce charge, are pud but little training bul trotted on Hutchon all rolu He plays as a boy foot-ba- ll at Show feeling. Now Mi and was taken carefully to hb home in Loult Cunningham sold two aecoa J Ulenaecondaalow, In 1 IS. six weeks or two It is cru.il, almost brutal game. He runs his ark. (iOOeath and ssyi that bs would not lake Si.ow montbTbandilng ) Mr Iop ssy. be showed a J, saddle one that he has lelt. risk. I have seen a boy taken off the Meld ? l ritt freiuestlr. U la also s Frederick T. Frelinghuyson was born at for sh- o- .addle unconscious, when be came to himself he MUltowu, N. J., Aug-- . 4, 1817. He grac". KbtlbTCtr. gy- - nuahties. Persona wishing to brrod will do well said: "Ob, it's nothing." uated from Rutgers college in l&tl. He wai Thews boys are manly fellows; honest the nephew and adopted son of tho dbtin-gubhehl?h..apelor truthful, trusty, generous, and snd muacle. flutid. lor lit. Theodore Frcltnghuysen, chancellci I never bad an English boy tell me a lie. In of the University or tho City or Now York the upper classet few would in any way act Ho studied law, nnd immediately settled ii stand thtseasjn of fsJJ my Jack, dishonorably Only through servility would Newark. He did not asiilro to shine it This high bred stallion will gy..sn at my stable near McKlnniy.mares at wil!; the boys of Mis lower classes consent to be political life. He stuck to law faithfully foi be permitted to serre sneaks. English boys look upon German 'JO years, and achieved a reputation at onc 15 to Insure a Lhlnj? At 810 lo ItisHrc. ltobMc. Is brewer.hsndt boys as pedants, upon French boys as "basolid and brilliant. With him, indeed, pasxm 88 the Season or $10 Got with meaty noss and No. 1 Colt. bies," and upon ' American boys as "elderly away ouo of tbo ablest and ost distinguish b"the Ed. CampWl jack, bs br Ilobtnson'a Ump-sogentlemen.'' The American boy Is the mys- lawyers In the 'country. ne proved anew by Imp. Mammoth. hesntlful horse DcKrlptlon sad Pedlg rwt-T- his but for sccldenta or sscapM. Not .... Li... tery. An English boy stops In his short that an honorable business or profession lsarsdsorrsl, m for on rta- .'...m He V.Vm.U1 breeches ju t as long as can be. He has no s'teodUy pursued, is greatly preferable U much style as any horse In America. mm", terms, fj.2t.rn K. N. VOWKtit.. U 3 Won lb track. Ills sirs was John Morgani fancy fur parties and Lalls and evenings in rolitlcs as an occupation. he br Imp. KoTtreigo. Kirsi dam Ssl'lsl"1, l urawlng-room- . He calls such things "bore." Motto, by Iuip toffcoi tho-sThe secretary was one of born with t Improieocoe; Id dim by i ..i.r.M.,nVini. br American hclll; tn He pte.'ers foot-buand cricket; he chooxH silver spoon In his mouth, as they say . Ogle's 6s:sr; Sth dam rather to roam the fields with gun and dog; Wealth, talent and fine social position wen dam Katie Xnn by by Imp Expedition: th om dam Maid orthe Oaks.' he counts it gain when he has been in the all his to begin with. Ho used theso advan OldMaldof thsOaks, by Imp drtcad tail . .lb saddli for the day tages honorably and well. He was 44 year dam Annetta by Shark Sth Whig, tOth Kocklnghem. Sth dam by True StANOV HUT NOT "MANNISH." okl when bo was appolntod to hb Unt polltl by Baylor's Aallant, 11th dam by Burrellalmp AND PAFER HANQEB. Nov IWuloui. 12th dam by Imp. Dlomede, ajn or II is taciturn. He uses slang. This is col office, that of ittornoy general of Norton HamMetonlan'. 1st dam Mary. Fresco Clllng Paper Hanging a Specialty All Jersey. Ha was reappointed .when hb tonr his vernacular. ,A green-groce- r s son who Norton, by Old Lexington, twhose reputation puts on airs ho calls a "cal;" an awkward expired, but the same yeAr (ISM) thegoverno-nameW'U flTssroaD.gr. li Id Jam by Hambletonlan, the s,U him to fill a vacancy in tho UnlU boy who is inapt and a bit cowardly he says of a host ol suu'sstul troturs u.o n". -. ,.- 1 win siso aianu ai mo is a "duffer;" a hliinz and deceitful boy Is States senate. He WMroloctol for tho ful kuown as a "muff " When the schoolmaster term. It Is notable that all his political ollltv ! A XO. 1 were thux) filled by appointment, rather thai is angry he is "waxy." Hb always uwjj negaSTANFORD, KY. OraM furnished at reasoniMe! A fellow Is gushing when he says a tives. M8S to Insure. rates, but no responsibility for thing Is good; a Hug by or an Eton boy never tV II dents. J. UA i,KKU ventures far beyond saying "it's not bad," With Full or "it's not half bad." Ho nover would dream of saying "that's immense;" whoa he This Institution will open It. Fifteenth Session meant the same thing ho would say, "it's on the 1st aionuay in oopiemoei rather jolly." A sixpence is a "tanner" nnd a shilling is a "bob." His father is tho Jp ALL THE BUA.NCHE8 OF A . V?i 75 "gov'ner," and his mother is the "mater." His companion is his "pal" and his dog is his THOROUGHENCUSHCOUnSE Flnrentlne, 1)j"'Slreof Emma Manler Bob "brute." He 113 ver has a "picnic" or a Ac., Ac. will mako tbe seuoa of 1345 at my su e ' "circus but only a "lark." So universal Is Are taught, ss well ss near Stsnlord, Ky., the u.eof slang among English boys that MOaXC. TBIO IiANOUAOEB, BEAU-ItItboy have no notion that their vernacular is AT TWENTY DOLLARS. AND PAINTINQ. slang. To talk in any other tongue would be 1 sous St. Martin is on ot the most distinguish not ouly affeetatlou but "cheeky." Girls as ornup wiuoiu i, V,V colts on well as Iwys u o "nasty-- ' for disagreeable nnd at all distances, and a few of "beastly" for offensive. thelurflulSSI were all seen at the fontol Ills the son, Doubt, wasoneot the btst 2.year-oM- TnltliMi i,rlr.a rantffc from f 1& tO fW In th English boys are nevor effeminate, and .a sear. St. Martin la the highest typij of b thorough-bre- d regular Departmenta. Primary, ili; IntsrmediaU gh. an they are very "taking" because t'joy aro bauds horse, standing oxer I6 , kiu viirni., w. S30, rreparaioiy, such splendid boys. They dress like boys proportion, kind as a lamb and cow'dn the best blood of England and America. By Imp till they ure U years old. They obey like For full particular., as to Board, Ac, address Phaeton, first dam Tokay by Imp. soikshlre hoys; they study ana play; they feel an Mist Martin, by Oarrltoti s tnganee, MS. H. C. TJIUCHBAIIT, 1'rlueljsiil. think; they feei' und sloop; they dlpjrt iUuford, Lincoln Co., Ky. (sonof Blr Arch' third dam Archy: fourth dam Calypso, by Belalr filth sidam themselves in all Ways like Itoys till thoy beh (dim of Contention i by Imp. Dare Deri It lis, s by come meu, and taaii they put away childish dam 8yme." WlldaUi serenth dam Plcadl sodol-iihithings. All foreigners in America ask where ' Batt A Macklln's Feranaught: eighth data the children ore. The absence of boys mil ninth daw by Imp. Hoblnob; tenth dam by FRKDEMCK T. FRKLIXOHUVSEN, Imp. Jolly Bang" eleventh dam by Imp. girls is altoget jer the most striking feature . From the time lie was inndo attorney gen twelfth dam by Tryall. Thus It Is seen that his of American cocloty. It is dellviously reoral, in 1)1, Mr. Fielinghuysen's political blxl Is. enriched from --the same fountain that was .u. ... 4.A hnr.A nnd ifreitest Of freshing to meet in America a boyish boy or career was nlmost continuous. It nilsjbl aires, and Olencoe, Vorkshlr and Phaeton re-a girlish girl Mannish boys and womanish . .aa.I.k I n havo boon entirely so, 1 xcept for a cunou1 nownw in tee iun nuionr.. I hnea nut till Mtkfm "- ? girls are the rule in American life, po foreign-er- s reason. He was oblige my friends snd nominated by President at tbe low figures to think anl say, Grant as minister to England, aud confirmee neighbors and to justify breeders- at s distance- In -euuirjg to aim, mm HOW (.IRLS ARE SUPPRESSED. by tbo sonate. Ho bad, however, a belief on the shares I will also stand st tbs same place English girls are supprercoJ. But they do supurstitiou, or whatever it was, that if In my combined norse, not know it If seen they ore not heard, over took en ocean voyago ho would lose hb AND and they are nn often see 1. They are never life on tho way. Therefore bo declined tin Determined put on exhibition. Their nannersare qulot, honor. Tho most Intellectual men havo thou Proprietor And my Normsn hone, and their dress Is always very simple. Tho whims and fancies. Mr. Frelin?huyson re it Shall he Second to no Country Fare, richer and higher of ran t the plainer they malnod in private llfo from the timo ho let' Hotel in the State in nre dressed as a rule. Children never wear the hcnate, in 1877, till 1881. Then President Appointments, or Atten- hands, the ill of ths old Jsck. Old Rlack Hawk and Phil stand US IO and Iltndrlcki at 813, on the "Uie terms as the horw. Lien held on all colts lot the payment ol she eason. Mares traded or reiuoTui before !oalln paid An time uinkes the season due and mint care and attention ulTen to promote success and we for not accommodate niypitiooi, but sta any accidents. Xiai i JMLMlMlljti, Whleh ninnoT I will firtendon hit education after tbe season UoTer by placing him In tbs hands of some good uuuie none man, onir imiruj nun in Muilt. for h ban them naturally. I expect (lilt Edgi la S Tears to eitilblt him at the old this tiptlng, dark bay or brown. JMi hands He was aired model In torui high Hd a br on of tbo noted old Denmark Utility, I I llubble'a On Time; 1st dam by one of ttie grandest horses ere: known In any country, Cabbie's Old Lexington. horse thai has taken mors premiums than and got more good horses than any known horse any horseman will tell you to, therefore w should tot let the strains of the two families tundown. Ilia Jd dam was by Faulkner's loung America. Uncle Peter Oeutrr aarehe wasthebeit brredir that ewstnod In ltoyle county. Third Jam by isjlofi McaMUger. mPEM Kentucky's roa OHIO HI. Route East Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Thsonly line running STEVE WAIiKERl PDLLJCAN NEW SLEEPING OARS Mambriiio King, Jr. A SOLID TEAIN raost a Living Ietil8Tllle,ClnclniiHtl aud Ky., Lex-liiRte- H, ... rs Jt" -. HSB i. ;"""." vinur. J WASHINGTON CITY. Connecting In same depot with f t train, foi ! 3STxr Yoarlx.. The Direct Route to Lynchburg. Dan ville, Horfolk, Jclt. r All Virginia and North Carolina yourasartsl ticket oOc, W. J. Ha.o, AdsertUIng At , S25 Fostrtb For ticket snd lurther Information, spply or .tdrcas Point. Iho ,.,.ni ,,,..,, .'I V, half-doze- n CHAMPO TIIE W.NMtTll, ! Oen'l Psw'r As?t. Gen'I Usnaser, Hlchweod. Virginia. W. i:. ARNOLD, Ticket and 1'ius. Art Ave.,JxalsTtlU,Kj U. W. VtlLIUKK, & MISSISSIPPI Th Direct Ilou.W to ue -- """ I W. St. Louis & tho West Northwest and Southwest by lb. way of Bloota-Ingto- n, " LOUIN VILLE or OIXCINIYATI. All FT1...... IaTinj Cbatlsnooja tor Lou-ii- ll 1 rulUS Isrlll. sod Cincinnati asks direct connection at tboee points with the Llhl nine Kxpres. on tbe Ohio X Mississippi fer dt Louis and all points West. from Luulssllle or Clneln-I1A TJnin.n Only to st. Lou's, tln( twu houra nOUlo nail Un. our qulclrr than any other ftlB .oat. In train. lime fer ruvala anl first choice of (olnj West. $5,-00- BOSTON 'l. rea-oni- "' (' '" ffl'g, U patd(r ni n.Ut.KHI.l4l. ini- ,,:,:,. lie 12Hours QuickorlM?;; Chicago. way (lnf by vf O SECOND JEWEL Abdullah Glonco! 1 O. sfeTM. -.- Fast Time and Sure Oon With all Lines at Always tnaks- i- neotions ferra! R out-doo- r St Louii and Intermediate Points. Xo "" . Jl 2ad""t' L Ferric! NoOmnlbuHTraBB m .,,, " '.?"' SOO-y.- it ;ls Connections wade In Union Depot, dt. Loo la. with trains of lines (ilni West, Northwest and Southwant. II you are coins West to any point, call on or wilto lo Iho undersUped. For full and reliable labriaetloo In rtf.rd to Land, Ac, In ths Western stales, Maps OuMm and loweet special rates lor Ticket, an A Household Goods to all point. West call on or adlrras II. 1LSOP, I'assecfer Ag't Ohio A Mlsatsslppt . Kallway. llarro-liturKy W. W. rEABODY, W. B, IJIUTTUC. Gen'I Pus. Agt, Prsx't and Oen'l ilao'i r, C, W. l'AUIO, I antral Tasaen.r Afent, Clnilnnatl, Ohio. U Sai utei IU ta tha.alti ofUutdtu oi itnadtas, aaS kas (iwta rraMai alnixi 't fn a r.T i tla, knl.ti)ll situ., FIIuiuimI (M ii Ml'RTUr BROS . ataaavitun. JsU first-cla- l. u-i- ot stout-hearte- d. Norton Hamiltonian. !. ,S7.;-MreSJZir- i;r cxtri tu .u..iid llrtu CUaUtl Ohio. vr4..i. v. ik. C. ClrwtuuUJ 3oT3 C kttT. tt ftTM lT In pi. aai av raaka iiaf ttU. amnaftne ell e tunes' j. i tUaJSir i, ra. lt ,ur 5v'1Wt)m1SU. iTX, !.. ' n. lnaaa ll i.. T. .r. BOSLBY, ''J HOUSE PAINTER! ReneWER Are you falllnjr, try Watxs' Hiilth Hifti. a Dure. An cleAn. Wholeaoma ill worll-wlde- ;! .-- JACK Stanford Female College. a tariff. Tor rtrtJn.Wf DTSPEPSIA. Ferer. Ileadacho, Axuo, Chills. Nlca to talco, tnio ee. Wftmmch, tdrer, KIdnes, vneiuajfu inTijrvranu vrva 11-- ' ?' t.S. DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. Night TORPID.. LIVER Woakneoa, Swonts, Norvous Henul DcIIii Corps of Teacherg, Stallions for 1885. ui. ii.'U iHr Uot. 0 for ?!), at Dnutirlsts. K, 8. stxs. Jersey uty, rs. J., u. . A. UHHR Mnlarin, lanne, ,.d d for ST, MARTI3M? Pt. iBlIf liltiJillBf Buchu-Paib- a ItemnxkaMq Currs of Catarrh of thtf DlmMer, Inflammation, Irriutlonof Kid. nrys nnd Madder, Stono or 0 ravel Disease of the IVostato Uland, Droslcal ' L'rlnnrT O TERMS MODEKATE. 1- s ly 1 nj -- "" -y -- TOX3 ABOAIjIjAII:, STANFORD. KY. Propr E. H, BURNSIDE, This Old and Well Known Hotel Still Maintains its High Reputation, ii iti MYERS HOTEL, Swolllnzs, Koniala Disrascs. Inconttn. nice or urtne.aii Discuses or tno tientto- Onrnns In either sex. For Cnluulthy or Unnatural Discharges use also "Chapln's Inlcctlnn Hoit," each 81. Tor SU'IIII.IS, citlior coutrncted or hpruiiltarv taint, uso Chantii's Constltu- u imiernynip, Ji.wi'fr iiotim, anu Clnnlii'H HvnliU ibllUs. andClia pin's Byphllltlo Halrn, $1,00. d bottles fcynip. 2 of 1111s, 1 Halro, iy feprosj on ncetptof JIO.iw, orntDrusts. K. S. Wrtus. Jersey City, N. J.. D. 8. A. Iti that Men Think they know all about Mustang Liniment. Few do. Not to know U not to have. Arthur appolntod him secretary of state, t tion to Comfort of succeed Mr. Blaine. The two secretaries $12.50 TO INSURE. their Oneiti. Grass and feed furnished st reasonable rate, bu were opponents. In 1W4, when Blalnowa f accldonu should sny otcur. the Republican candidate, Frellnghuysen no responsibility Bsfsrtgs trill bs eost.yed tu snd from t k. ds though Republican secretary ot state, votec wr f.irsila 17 rear'.lnz Mules and 18 Tresof chars. Bsselsl seeommodstlo.s to Commercial Travelers. Ths llsr will the Democratic electoral ticket Hb term a thoroughbred Cslres. ..,-- . slirsys supplied Tilth th choicest oflica uuder President Arthur was 'a poacefu 0. II. JIAlUJlJinni,gy. Stanford, brands of Liu a or. sad Cigars. 42Mf one, unmarked by striking oyents. PHIL J3HERIDAN,