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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885042401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. & VOL. XIV. naI VeeUn n wittefio twmiiwmmi,i,,biMK'"'mm STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1885. No Pauper Counties. C'ommentlns on nn article io regard to free "ohoolri nml the pauper countlpi, Diflh-maA Tinsley'a Heal lut,t- - Adrtrtiitr, Hnliourville, bits: "It ia true that hitherto our people all oTer Kentucky have ehown a criminal neglect of os'uiuion rohoola. We demur, however to the old hackneyed idea that a majority of the counlien draw out more than they py into the treasury and that they vote for a nchool tax dimply to put money in their pocket. Our experience N that the countle at whom this Him; is directed pay more attention to oomtuon echooli, taken a whole, than tho more wealthy It in all they have in the way of educational facilities and altlioupjti but a nnall pittance Krudginely civen by a Kreat Hud nufilthy Stole, yet they make the iiimI of it aad the common rchooln of the mountain portion, of the State have increcd in iifefulnc 100 per font, in the lent five year. Decide thin on tnr iq.(ion of oie onntiea yin than otbera, we have thla to wort tax iay that lnn the State Hoard of Eiiusli-actiomet niimner at Frankfort, while tbey incrraefd tin taxea on n nood many W'ue icraau cotintiea, where they had put ton luw a valuation on their lands they decreased the tax on IUal Eitate in Knox 25 per cent and tbe eame with a cowl many other panper countie ho called. Again, while Knox caunty pyn lwi tax than the city of Louisville, yet her tradei bunine and reraurcea no to make rich the city of Louiaville and enable her to pay large taxe, and title may be mid of all the other fo called pauper countiea. While we do not pay the tax directly, yet we to thoe counties of our wealth nnd trade and enable them to par them. Thii old cry of pauper countiea haa about played out. We are one State and one people and ought to be a creat and prosperous people, hat eo long hi the few eet them eelveu up a tbe lords of creation and cry Itauper at the many, our national interest will languish. If your neighbor ia oor help him to get rich instead of trying to kep him paor. And thia we aay of KenHelp tit develop our resource; tucky. give ua navigable rivers, macadamiasl roads aa have been done in more wealthy localities. Give us the chasers others have had and we will very eoon ahow you where the wealth ia and who pay the taxes. And we'll show a latent enterprise in the mountain people that will very eooc place Kentucky where ahe ought to be in the great sisterhood of States." . NO. 16. f i'ubtlMhrtl Tticmfau tttnl Frtituvn When paid strictly In adTarwn. It e hue to ut ot ttuiH. ttu.no will t' ctiamil. V. P. WALTON. IN ME.tORIAM. tribute to ll nsemwy ol Mis Mia April Daerc, b&fu Jaruirr I. IS)?. 19th, IMS, A trlK 6: IS At the frleaxl rold axl iltMth klaaaJ ttwbar tCllaartd tha cIimb! l ) "' " "Usf by r. ., ob that maiwsrabla '' lll '"" SaUiath of hjm In HfM n; day, Utar ful tUtp IWcf. l'.r h.r the gabbath tht WaKlrmla. t UseM It ah-- Mark.J the oI1dc and Imiwaalre ThectMtHK. aw was a iota en. Oropfl arouwl Ihfirjueh wfe the faithful toolbar, tba lorlng ntb.r, too.l tlttrt. and ami brother anl ; laailh.tlo file ml, all of whom astbajratir tbaprwcloua lift arkt ilrld It wat a hwljr ib wblaire I h pass,! tha words "I am dying." trwoawly away. The kW.h chord of lib waa tunJond, aa4 d charmed w a world u( .rraw awl death slat ol betas. Truly It can b mIJ ol bar that I b "fell akF la the arms of Jesua." While 1 weplj ill .biting away. wa m daar slowly idac. With alHiMt bar lat brtalta K,or-fle- lt herrwarelaluaali art y, li4 ae' while hor form Hm breast new mads tenement of day in th Ut raeter cemetery, her Hre anJ uoble mI bat J'Ut on III wtoeeof ItaaaerUllty aod now nwta upward, yoa aad M the d der, tayood the "aUr-btilaether arotiud the "bMHtUul ete ajar" they will Veep nightly Tljltso'er the "tew, Barrow bed1 wbore the lite sleep lint kaowe m wak-- I IHt took Iti in." Oa th night ber dlttat, ib vallol tb family aroua I Nat teU them aha fully realised hor roadlttoa, that it dkl no: exciwibirta apeak of death aa.1 that ab while there waa ytt wealed to tpeik ( lima, bhm'etouhseiitbitt4 ai a lepeae fer ektent lerol onoa. Alio aad loft that Her. J. Q. I.WlBftttM would preach her funtf.il at b bad baptised bar. ttha wai am-tofir Hiatal tad fa near aal mI4 aba did not wjattipratoar tha iaffor:i h had mdurcd MTaral Im i. Although a arat urt.r.r aba wjm ever t itlt ail ptllMl, uir.r iu i r nurlnj. n arhlng IMa'idaithhMlaf. In Mny Tohl wbitb aajtbn'a ia rtu n.tui u !. :i. f4rorlUHlfr toady aod will. lof to clroadrUmr wor.li ol eaoourajtuieat to tlioao.wb9ekdSur altb r. 1'moio a highly mMUtoM iuId.I aad a b. irt that ia in gullo, Xa ura oio wMfutly cipiblt of rt .lag In pw petua e brr or Mib!lawrlila It -l th Iho "t'P Meoaory. Though bo ", liltinwl" hKluoMKWwttirr 1'raln tM boarti yr4 tba of tbm who Vure of her i ltpr. J. (t. I.itihi u i funeral dlt roarw, paid Uhar mtny ttrlu , g.jrfiu trlimte. To the paroati awl aliuira, wboi li.arta air crutbd oJ ItleMlNg I, with amy other To tba Mendi, IvaiIk wy aloooro iriupatbiea. fitad al.Ur who labr awiy la tht Watt aad wat pomlortot batog with KIU In li.r 'Irnicl f root. lail hour., I, innt etpioltllr .lr wtrit f.ct Amid tba dripK of m hi rata aal the ilroarlaatiof btraaraMtit any yw all bar tba lortttiile to ealure thli aNIetlra Hrok, aad be fjrwjrl w.th ciAIm: b) i to a joyful with the d i iroaa biy ml the dirk rlror through which ah hn lEIbxwaa to mi a trui, flrui aad itljoMoait frload. TealMiy I lorjl aalcltiruiil brr, ta aatwabetiih htrmtaitry. Th iut'.luo below, taka)lrai eaa of hor own i muii aptly expremi my htaglag toaaa hfryetoure agila. ll pulsion at rat ta 'ta hr :" aa-go- kr bed-sld- thn con-tribu- iaii)i jut lr hi wnltar.l . l'l y. . Let us Havo a Stale Fair. Why can't Kentucky have n State fair e7ery yeir aa well na other States? The groas receipts of the Indiana fair last year were $2 1,120, and tho expentea only ?20,-70There is nn doubt that Kentucky can excel the world in the perfection of all kinds of live stock, whilo the aoil ia capable of yielding aa great profits aa farmers enjoy in any other Slate. There is need of some greater incentive than now exists to improvements in farming, To day the best live alockare oonfined to a few coun ties and really profitable farming ia not general in thia State. A great fair held every year night excite a rivalry among the farmera of various counties, leading many who are now carelem, to improve their lands, their croM nd their farm animals. Duuhtless there are many Kentucky farmers who areralisfied with their present attainments beoauio they do not know how much betler Hnimals aro bred by other firmer in the Ptatf, or how mtioh more profitable eroM are grown. Erery trreat fiir in this cjuntry includei displays of choice farm animals from Kentucky, and foreign buyers go to St. Liuis, Springfield and IndianaKlia to find goud live stock that mibt be atiown to more Jadvantago within our own State. Tho first step toward securing such a fair aa should be held in Kentucky is the of a Slate association of farmers. There are many reasons why such an organizition should exist, some of which will be given in these coluinni from time to time. Lou. Commercial. The above suggestion is a good one and while on this subject why not have county fairs in every county in the 8tale. A fait in Knox or any of these countiea in southeast Kentucky would in two years improve our Block 60 per cent., especially cattle. It is just aa easy to raise a calf worth $15 to $20 at weaning time as to raise one worth $5. If our farmers would only see thia point and improve our stock of cattle the increase in if value would be remarkable. Some of our Koox county farmera had a project of this s irt on foot a year or so ago, but we can't nay what became of it Get it up again gentlemen and letn have a fair. Tne thine once sttrtcd in Knox , very soon other counties will taka it up and we had as well In the ptoaeers in this businee. as any one else. B.ubourville Real Kitate Advertiser. 2. MT. SALCM, LINCOLN COUNTY. A fine boy made his debut at J. L. Baslin'ft about a week ago, Mr. Joseph Fletcher has a fine marc that haa had 4 colts in 3 years and none of them twins. A Sunday school waa organized at Smith's school-hou- ae on last Sabbath with John M. Dyens Superintendent. The Adonis features of George Car penter is now circulating freely around hereoa(eniblv collecting taxes, but rumor has it tbat there is a woman in the caee. Winter has at last laid aside her hoary mantle and apring haa put on her beautiful robes of green. Farmers are busy Dtit luckward. Mr. D. S, Jones, of McKinoey relum ed last Friday from a successful fiihing at Williamsburg. 1I reported a terrific hail storm on Thursday night at that place. T. C. Jasper just re'urned from Cincinnati. The readf rs of the Journal will ex cuse the writer for scarcity of news this week. Just returned in company with W. C. Richards from a 10 daya' fiihing expedition amid the wild and romantic scenery of Point I5urnside. We found the people there clever and hoipltable, but aoon found we were looked upon as green-hornfrom the fact wo were timid walking "boom logs, couldn't leap from ore flouting lav-lo- g to another without being in danger of being ducked, and failed to manage a boat with the skill of a Cumberland river man. We found the mouth of the South Fork choked with water dogs which took W. C. Richards several days to clean out. After getting the channel clear and one day's successful fishing, a frightful wind, rain and hail slorm struck us in camp last Thursday night which drove ui from our position, Much damage was done to plowed land and planted corn. When we left the Cumberland was on a big high and still rising. There waa a splendid tide for commercial purposes and timber rafts were floating down the river freely. Barbjutville. In reponas to the many inquirioa we nre constantly receiving we would siy that liirbourville is located on Cumberland River, 30 miles west ef Cumberland Gap; 21 miles above Williameburgh, where the Knoxville Branch of the L A X. railroad crosses the same; 15 milts east of Woodbine, a station on the L. & X. railroad. It baaan institution of learning, "Union College," a aplcndid brick college building with 130 pupils enrolled; 2 churches, M E. and Christian or Reformed; good public buildings and a population of about 600, We have a darn acrosi the river S feet high which gives ua Mill water for eix miles above, and a convenient boJy of water in which to construct booms for the purpose of catching logs. The town haa nn abundance of gooJ pure soft water obtained epringa and wells. It ia from never-failinaurroucded with low hills, ia not subject to The storm or flood and is very healthy. streets are well paved and macadam's.'d Dish-ma- n with stone and are clean and wide. i&Tinslet'a Real Eitate Advertiser. g Bti CfB b !. fciJai DESCRIPTION AND ANALYSIS M ftA,fcJrVI4 r ill If IJAJJ'Jl KM tH l. A JI flt kiUl ia Mar l l l it Mlii MiAf' JJWrJ'sjVi, -- J) 3v i $& CONCEDE!) ONE Of o PI H W Snti iiincral jljjringa Dripping Spring Mountain, n In the World, located two miles eau cf Crab Orchard, Ky., at the foot of N'ear the Beautiful and Bomanti'- - (! nf I.ick and Dlx River. A Paradise fjr the seeker of f'l H ! He&MLz audi Pleasure, A The Hunter or Angler, or for Lovers Large SUMMER HOTEL, Jutt Completed, with a Capacity for OITJB HTJ3SrX)K,EITD GUESTS. Board only S7.00 par Weak; Cottages $5.00. A reasonable HZP-- deduction fcr Families with Childraa and Servant! t Season or i85j 3 If. Opens May i. Closet October i. Prcserc tM.j Circular It nay e of 1 Benefit to you Address all uommuntcattena to D.C.SLAUCHTER, Prop'r, .1, I r?5 Crnbtirriitint.Ky.j W ' )! g LSSSSSL &&afe& P5t" IMMENSE SIOCK OF- - cdscm TRIMMED AND- - tbatrt Tlii faotorirs of Kentucky, Tennewee, Alabatu and Georgia are springing up quickly, and give our people the promise of great atHuence. Our mineral resource utilol rtnbi are almrxt illimitable, and may lie said to ihI. be atmot untouched. The best informed among us hardly realize the extent of there latent riebw. Kentucky, it is said by competent judges, haa finer coal and more ooal than either I'ennaylyania or England. "Iag1itgtdtttaloiie. m by her rhilr , This mineral wealth will soon excite the To Uy my haalt oaeamvtfoa bar hilr, Imaging It wllloaly br, I eia Merer itiol there, wonder of the world. To day there ia a LotHtlaglH rain. strong bond of union and in a few years, IttglHg In rain Jbrthe farm nrath tht il, there will be stronger feelings of sympathe dtar, ieet f bow hid by tha rljl , Tennessee and Pennsylvania thy IVr llwaaleaaioltly rotllsg with (iol, longing in rain, than ever bound together Pennsylvania lmglng In rain, eti Iwilitg In rili, and Connecticut. One and twenty years Why do 1 rrvlt It agiln and agalaT ago the North and the South, like two Fbr ruy heart li alwoit rruihed Kb pila , but high spirited brothers Urntlng In rain " were fighting over their diilerences, but at A I'Rlthful 1'ilenJ, Mtbuiic i: HfCtfully Inwrltol to Dr. aal Mn. W. M. est they have become truly reconciled, realiz'ng that they should love and cherish Doorret Oir LovinOaKOoxi:. each other; lhat the prosperity of bath; Dear daughter! whet iwitt rmieiabrancoi that their union ia not like the union oi btral on with thiuo Muldeat liouri, England and Ireland, which Dyron called Of daya when thy ao,lle wai Ilia light of howe, the uuion of the shark with its prey nor ADil thy 7ore lla brlgbtott tlowpff. like the forced union of Germany and lint, air like a lunbram Milling put, Alsace Lirrin but rather like the union la raalilitd that happy drram, of a manly groom and his lovely bride a t'or the Angel ol Death Hi iludon- rait union which leads to kindred tasks and Where the light ol hopi had liram d. the same hopes which involves common What eorraw linger, round the hearth aim and a common dcitiny. Extract Where once her ureience, aweet, Willi iweel at mtielc, with gullelcM mirth, roni letter of El ward J. McDermott, of Maleerrnlng Joyasoupleta. Louisville in Tbe Budget. lk 1 Di'R.VTtoJf or Lire Men unemployed live longer than those engaged in occupation. The avcrago duration of life of these idlera is Gi yeaif; of judges, 05 yoar; of farmers, CI years; of bnk officers, CI year; of cooper', 5S years; public officers, 57 jean; clergymen, 50 yars; shipwrights, 50 yean; hittexs,5l yenrf; lawyera, 54 years; rope makers, 54 year. ; blacksmiths, 51 vear.; merchants, 51 yean; physicians, 51 years, butchers. 50 years; carpenters, 49 year; masons, 4S yean; tailors, 41 yean; manufacturers, bikers, painters, shoemakers and mechanics, 4.1 years; editors, 40 yearr; musicians, 39 yean; printers, SS yean; and teachers and clerks, 34 year. READY FOR THE WALL! -- AT- M'EOBEETS & STAGG'S. ALIi PRICES AXD STYLES. Things that are True and Things that are notTrut. It Is not true tbat tbe Czar of Itussla sent the Mikado of Japan to buy Dr. Bourne's stock of Samaritan Oil to grease the British lion's Ire. It is not true that tho Sultan ot Turkey tent the Kban of Tartary to buy bis supply ot opting Medlclnoa from Bourne. lr lteen d good-hearte- - Ah' uo more on earth hear thoia alralns Hwtet uotM hare dlrd ewar, With the rlower that bloomed to fide to toon, From ua wat taken away. t- - Hwret Kill! U'rough houraof lonelloeu, Wo nilu thy o1cb, thy tmllr, A thoutand fund, fund memories Killing our hpirlt tbo while. Then angelt bear our troubled hearta Far to the rralmt abare, And we trim to are, among the hint, The dear lace ot tier we lore So happy with that angel baud Whero tint are all farglren, A itarto light llfd'a ahadowy p.Uh And guide ut nearer Iipjtcu. Tden, Oh, aweet KIU, when life la done, And we lay down Ha burden of care, With lore'a glad greeting, I know you will come, And be firat to welcome ui tlure. A Fileud, M. 8. CotuuiirBioner of PenolotiH, General Jolin iriitieil an older forbidding C. IShck, Supervieorii and Fxsmlners of PenaiouR from dranine JJ er diem '"r Sundaye. The new order will havo theefhet to reduce the Ralario of the Superviflora and ICxami-ner- e $1GG per year. -- All Applications for appointment in the railway mail ntrvico linuld lin niHile dlrenliy to l Kiiptrinliiiilinl IJiilway Mail StrvcH, I',).t, flic" I);pHitment, Wanb. inttorj, D. 0 imzx op tioi.Vtt wi:st to Culonido or Xew )lvico, for puro nlr to relieve L'oii.iimptlou, la nil a Miatnk. Any rat'iialiU' niun this uould iimi Dr. IliManku'a CViigli and Lung ri for Coiituitiptluu In hII lla firat elHjra. it iiout fill, to ftixe lelli'fln nil ca of Cough, loldt, llron ohitU, fiilue In the Cheat ami nJI aArctlon that nru cwiiilirl primary ts Couaumiilton. l'ilce,flOceut ttiiJSI.na M by JleUeberta A From the tone of our exchanges covering a wide range of territory, in fact all sectiona of the country, tbe indications point to revival of business in all branches, The inquiries in regard to farms and city property aa well aa wild landa which come to the offices of tbe agents throughout the country, indicate a lively movement in real estate during the spring and summer. There icemB to be a disposition on the part of the capitalists to put their money in real property rather than in railroad stocks. This Is no doubt the effect of the lewons learned from the too dear experience of the past few years, during which time the stocks have been ho remorselessly drowned and tbe lesser holders so thoroughly damp ened by the water at the command of railway magnates. The truism that "land ia the basis of all security" haa become quite National Heal EUale Invea popular. tor. Tbe daily papers make us ao familiar with shocking crimes that they do not shock us at all. We are almost as well acquainted with murders as with weddinga. Is it not unwire t make us tl.ui familiar with these infamous recnrd? Are not ihe dailr papers doing us an incalculable in jury by thus making us callous to critui? We object to dreadlul pictures on the fences; why not object to dreadful in tho diiily priss? - WefMrn Christian Advocate. THBKKV. (li:o, U.TlIAYUn.of Doitrbdn.Iml tayt: "Both myself and wife owe our lives to s Shi-loh- 'a Etu. Contitttiptloa Cure." McAHitir. For tale by Penny A Daughters, Wines and Mothers. We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchltl'a Ca- tbollcan, a female remedy, to cure Female Diseas es, auch as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulceration, Falline and displacement or bearing down fevllng, Irrcgalarittles, Barrenness, Change of Llfo, Leucorrhaa, besldea many weaknesses An Oikland obituary notice referred to a springing from the above, like Headache, Bloatdeceaaed citizen aa having "gone'to a hap- ing, Spinal Weaknoes, Sleeplessness, Nervous depier home." The widow is aboutbrlnglng bility, Palpitation of tbe Heart, Ac. For tale by druggttts. Prices 31 and St 90 per bottle. Send a libel suit. These Oakland women are to Dr. Marchlsl, Uttca, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. too sensitive for anything. San Francis- For aale by Fenny A McAllster, Druggists. co Post. Destroy that Sigh. "Some men are born great, some achieve One may feel tbat be I. getting old, but he natgreatness, and some have greatuees thrust urally dislikes that anything about hit appear-anc- e should advise others of the fact. Yet nothupon them," remarked a small man in tbe so effectually at thin l and falling street caraa a fat woman Bat square down ing does this hair. No woman want, to marry a man and busi ' upon him. ness firuti hesitate to employ a man who abowa WIIV WILL YOU cough when Bhlloh's Cure thli fatal sign. Parker'a Hair Balsam la worth to will giro Immediate relief? Price (9c and SI. For you, In tbla regard, more than lta weight In diaailo by Fenny A Mo A litter. monds. Use it and have plentiful and gloaay hair. Many have bad every trace ot grayneta removed ITCH cured In SO minutes by Wol ford's Sanitary Lotion. Thli never fallr Bold by Penny and cold tpota covered by using a single bottle. A McAlltter, Druggltti, Stanford; also by M, C. Bucklen's Arnica 5aire. A D. N. Wllllami, Mt. Vernon. The belt Salve In tha world for Cuta, Brulsea, Sores, Ulein, 8alt Bheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, We Want a Lady Chappod Hands, Chilblains, Cornt, and all Skin Of intelligence to take permanent, tola agency for Eruptions and positively cures Piles, or no pay reour goodt uted In every family In this place. quired. Ii Is guaranteed to give perfeat aatlsfac-tlorStock turnltbed by ua without investment. mcrey relunled. Prlc 25 centa per box. Indlipectable. J. D. llL'Ltno Co,, Chicago, tor sale cJ Penny A McAllster. Illlnoii. ,n Ena to Bone Scraping. "Bough on Ilatt" cleara rata and mice out ISc. Edward Shepherd, of Uarrisburg, 111., aayi "Rough on Cornt'' for Corns and Bunions. Ifc, "Having received so much lieuitlt from Electric Thin people, "Welle' Health Benewer" rettorea Bitters, I feel It my duty to let suffering humanity know It. Have bad a running tore on my leg health and rigor, cures dyspepsia, Ac. ft, I would ytars: my doctors told "Bough on Toothache" gives Instant relief. 15c. lor eighthive the bone scraped orme that leg amputated. have to Ladles who would retain frcihncuand vivacity, I used, lustead, three bottlei ot Electric Blttera and soven boxes Arnica Salve, and my leg li now don't fall to try "Wells' Health Benewer." well " Electric Bluett are aold at 90 "Buchu-palua,- " great kidney and urinary cure. soundaand rents bottle and Ilucklln'a Arnica Salve at 29c rata, mire cleared per box by Penny A McAllster. Files, roacbet, antt, out by "Hough on Ilatt." ISc. A Startling Discovery. "Bough on Coughs," troches, 13c; liquid, Sic. Mr. Wm, John sou, ot Huron, Dak,, writes thn puny and lilt wlfo had For children, slow in development, ben troubled with acute Broucbllls delicate, use "Wells' Health Benewer." for mnny years and that all remedies trtod gavo no "Bough on DentUt" Tooth Powder. Try It. 15c. permanent rtllet. until he procured a bottle of Nervous Weakness, Dyspepsia, Sexual Debility Dr. Klng'a New Discovery lor Consumption. Coughs acd CjMs, which had a magical eilett anil cured by "Weill' Health Ilenawer." J!. to produced a imminent rure. Mother Swan's Worm Syiup, for fuvcrhlinots, cure all dlse.i- - of the Tnroet, it is guaranteed Lung or IlroncMs 2Ac. worms, eoustlpatlon; tattclei'. vlTubn. Trial bottles froaat Pcnnv A McAlls-Itr'Stinging, Irritation, alt Kidney and Urinary complaints cured by "lluchti-pallKi.- " ft. Dr. HOSANKO. Night aweatt, fever, chilli, wnlarla, dyspepsia, 1I:I name las Uromo to familiar ulth the most cured by "Well' Health Benewer." of people throoshiitit the Vnlted Stair that It My husband Orrlloa a lady) is three timet the hardly neceoMry to stato that be l tho originator el man alneo using "Welle' Health Benewer." (I. the great Dr. lloaanko'a Cough nnd Lung Sjrop, l, If youaro filling, broken, worn out and the peepls's Imorlte leaiedy, tberer hHoun, for uso "Wells' Health Benewer." ?l. Oaugbs. OWd. ConetiMptloti and .11 oftlirs ol Prevalence of Kidney rooiplaint In America; the Throat and Lung. Price 0 scats aad 81.(0. nuchU'pulba" a a quick, complete rure. SI, ivii br Mcltebertt A or bed-bug- s, s. 1 nor-toi- The "divides" which have been in in this county for almost a year, are now numbered with the things of the past. All tho indictments agaicat partiea connected witli the ''divides" have been dismissed. The opinion of the court ia that when any person or persons shall go from one person to another and take bia name and money for a gallon of liquor and aoon, nnd when enough is sold in thia way to make up a barrel "divided," that thia ia equivalent to retailing and a violation of the local up lion law. Monticello Signal. voue Positive Cure for Piles. To the people of this county wo would say that we have been given the agency ot Dr. Marcblsl'a Italian File Ointment emphatically guaranteed to rure or moaey refunded Internal, External, Blind, Bleeding or Itching Files. Frlco 90 cenU a box. No cure, no pay, Fenny A McAllster, Druggists. It It not true tbat the Czarina and the 8ultana tent tho Cwrowltz to buy their Ccametlca trosa Bourne. No! neither tho old P.ussta nor Turkey gal can get them. Bourne wants them for tho lineal county ladles. Tho Kncdlve of Egypt, the Sagamoro of the Hloux, the Bachem of the Choctawa, the Vizier of Sultan, tho Ilosnodar of Moldavia, nor the Pasha with his three hoasetalli can buy Bourxe'a larga atock of Medicine, Fancy Articles, Eyehelpen, Mixed Paints, Stationery, Ac, Ac. He want then for bli home trado. He wants thim lor the fair ladles and (allant gentlcnen, the aweet children and dear grandma ol our own county. Drug S torts He wants them for you, gentle reader, tbat you may find anything kept In a at M. L. Bourne'eNtw Drugstore, Stanford, Ky. flrtt-ela- ta 21 A 3Ha UNDERTAKER, -- YS&B9H, AND- opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford. Ky. erythlug front the Cheapest to tho Fluent Parlor Suites. JSm need to go to the largo cities to make your purchase?, no natter what quantity or quality you want, as I can and will duplicate any prices yon can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. A1m a full assortment of CoOIub, Cases, Shrouds and Robes, embrmm lug all tho New Styles, botk cheap and expensive. Ware Iealei' in Furniture ! of Furniture, Full nuil complete assortment embracing - G. D. WEAREN, AND SPECIAL AGENT-- COMMISSION MERCHANT The Largest Stock of Buggies, Carriages, reys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, EMBRACING Sur- Farm Wagons, Village Carts and Buck Board ever Brought t this market, from the Cheapest io the Best, ABOUT FORT? DIFFERENT STYLES Also a Full and Comploto Assortment of All Kinds ol Farm and Mill Maohinoryt 'ow Is the 'lime to Place your Orders for Harrows, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Culllrntors ami Field Hollers, And seo My Stock and get Prices before Purchasing. I have a few Sullty Spring Tooth Harrows that I am authorized to dose out at.less than cost.. They are Worth tbe Monoy asked for Them for Cultivating one crop of corn, tfi WBfl putuething up that s'lould be tossed to them by the nogry sea. The New York World continues to abiue :&i-!MI- l! Bayard for the appointment of Minister We like the Venetia much. Oar officers Phelps which it claims "was practically are most kind and attentive, and our 2d the Indian who is trust- After a Voyage Across act of class position has brought us into pleasant April 24 1885 not thewell as the President, Mr. Bayard I have receltcd and till rerrWIun By., Ocean Reaches tho Heathen atMlbrd, conscientious. ful as and familiar intercourse with tho subordiLand. demanded this appointment, almost as a nate functionaries of tho steamer. The right, after making the most extravagant vessel being manned with Liscars or HinW. P. WALTON. XltVIH33 statements in fayor of his Vermont friend, dustanis, with whom we have little opporComprising the lost In Ilia market, which will bt who had thrice advocated his nomination tunity of association, wa are limited to our Indian Ocean, Steameii "Venetia." MAn. 14th, 'So. Ik an article advocating the encouragc--moat- uf for the Presidency against Tildcn, against fellow passengers nnd what corresponds Gotton Up in Stylo and Mnko Scoond to Nono in City or Country. railroads, the JltalEntateAdrertiKr, Hancock and against Cleveland. The Cab- DEAK INTERIOR: with the inn commissioned officers in the Give Mm a Trial. Soon after I finished my last we military publUhed by Dlehtnan & Tineley, takes the inet, in disregard of all precedent, was not service. If the good people aft grounds that that the legislature should allowed to decide or vote upon tho appoint- steamed into the Harbor of Aden. This are as sociable as these forward, then tho K.TJFLE-2-o of Anglo-Israe- l, "enact laws by which the State could ment. Practically the Cabinet did not convenient possession Venetia has a very happy ship's company the bonds of come Rood company know of it, and no one is responsible for it owes its great importance to the fact of its indeed. A steamer like this is a n THE NEW 1COOEKY AND UAICDWAICE HOUSE OF being tho only harGor, worth the name, community of itself, with nearly everythat will build a rood to the vast wealth of but the Secretary of State." along this inhispitable coast. The Arabian thing represented that one finds in a Kentucky. Should the State be e Eastern we havn't any navy to speak littoral is here as rugged ss the chores of authorial to guarantee for instance the of,Althouoii on shore. "The butcher, thojbakcr, the old hulks known as war ships and Scotland about Peterhead. The Britons, bonds of the Kentucky Union railroad the candleitiok maker," and all tho rest of cost tho country readily tell at par and other naval items have with that delicate sense of discrimination tbece bonds would Ttbem are here In some shape or other, and since 1791, tho yast amount of one billion DEH-Sthat leads them everywhere to select the need to be to attend to ttie wants of the all obstacle in the way of completing that fifty-ninmillions of dollars. Much very and best places for occupation, at once ap complicated establishment. road at an early day would be removed and rich harvest in the of this sum was paid to favored dealers propriated Aden, as a coaling station for the Stnte would reap a Society lines ure sharply drawn ns on Vultl at Jtjr tuk jrouratteillun to the tot that they Iwre Jut return! from h rltlea with n Urga tho venal administration of Secre their fleets nassinc throuch the Red Sea. fr h and well elrclM ilock of ClIOK It nature of taxes from the increased value of during shore, and "abaft tho funnel on the upper And now the rest of the world that come deck" as well as tho entire "main deok" the lands in the counties through which tary Robeson. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. this way, have to come to Britania and ask areencloiures forbidden the rest, except this road runs. In other words the lanih to fill Ibeir bunkers ana water-tanklying in the counties of Letcher, Perry, &c , during the brief hour of public service Ih eadlfM rarlety, dainty In i)allty ami MtlfMtry la iHtete; tblt w aiMraaUa. (XiralM ilull b The Chrystal Springs distillery burned her They don't at all like to do it, but can't Sunday, wr.cn we all meet together on a now worth and valued at from two to five at LoutBville. at all Hmm tfl "Piily Btery Hunt In our line. -help themselves. dollar per acre, would at once be worth dead level, as we shall one day when earthII. A. Witherspoon, the The harbor is little more than an open and valued ten times higher. This is a clothier, Louisville, has assigned. ly dit!nctions shall fqrevcr vanish. Of roadstead, but so much better than any matter our Legislature should seriously course this distinction and restriction are CttU&f tho 8liJrii Ilmxiiol Kuriatk Awrttca. Our leru IIm eT Cbafctnc Morn Include The Louis Cook Carriage and Buggy " celebralcd 'Orrat Western consider iil Many alber family Ure I In. Our China, (ll Tey cetd take no rieks, for by Manufactory, Cincinnati, has assigned with other havea on this 'desolate coast as to right. First-cla- ss prices ought to secure thr juitly and (Jumuwirc rtork ronelattla ynrt ef Table, Tm aaul CkamWr St rMlte, (Uiwtr richly rut better than it really is. proper and judicious legislation they can seem mofirstclass privileges. I am not for a liabilities of $200,000. wldtlifd. In the wjr ef lridtuR woiuhip IlufVlict FUxir, tlic iut4i at nil trIWee. Our rele. secure the State acainBt any loss whatever One thing, in my ignorance of the geog"You hratcd I'nlent t.. M." ITeur. urlrMlr.) tor rake and rtry, while Wee and Hominy, our own iatrl-Btt- e Goy. Knott has pardoned Lafayette ment growling, only recording. and ire uurnaitl.v ineist that something of raphy of the country, surprised me. I ireducU, armyrtl aa faithful adjunct! All th dcllcct In I'ortlan nnd Deweitlr Confcctlem Loving sent from Bowling Green for two your money and you take your thought Aden was near the entrance of the pty the nature, that will at once aim at the ate here Tin, Stone, Wooden nnd WIHowwarr, l.ltvtrlr 1.iii, Htitloaerjr. Tanned Meet and Fruit years for manslaughter. choice," is sound as a businew rule. and a complete line of Clgari and Tot(re Well, thli lionly a hint ef what we hare Hellcrlng of this section, be inauguraRed Sea. Whereas it is 00 miles oil on Fifteen houses were swept away at The quartermasters, of whom thero are that we can make II to jour lutrtwt, wn cnnsdentlr ark an examination rf our koo.Ii and ymir patron-agted." the southern coast of Arabia Da.'erta and ItMprttlull J, Kingham, Kb., by a eudden rise in the river seven, are fine young fellows, sosiable and TA 1 i.OIl llllOTIl Kits. well n amed it is, if what we havo seen is The United States Supreme Court has and many people were drowned, very obliging. We have for fellow passendecided that the coupons cf the Virginia Andy Wepler is on trial at Louisville like the rest. gers in the tf oond cabin, since our young We lay at anchor six hours taking in boada must be accepted for taxe?, which is for the murder of Heniy Clay. Two days Germauis left, 3 Hindustanis (nice, intellicoal and water. decided victory for the honest people of were consumed in getting the jury. gent men, wearing European costumes) a Before our anchor dropped a tleetj of For Coal or Wood. thatHfauuce riddeu State. As soon as the The Kentucky Supreme Court has Portugee from Liibon; a Scotchmacj an canoes with a boy in each little "dug-out- " decieion was learned in London the bonds just decided that a contract made by teleEoglieh lad of 10 or IS returning to his TIili Itaege It Kxtra Hcary and ) advanced ten points and are still going up. phone is valid and can be sustained in came swarming around us. And then a parents in Bombay; and the widow of an En made nf the terj beat Juniata Charvoices, vociferating in broken chorus of It r Hm rait top "With the administration against him Ma-ho- se court. glish clergyman, deceased, who has joined coal Iron. Wrought Ironand aid llnd; with hnllro Eleven storekeepers and gaugers have Eaglish, but quite to the point, saluted the church of Rome since his death and is Oien. Warmlni Oieu will be woree than a dead dog in the uti lir lrnitth of llango. Automatic pit xad the prospect for a full redemption been retired, in the Covington district, un us thus. "Yes, throw sixpence! I dive! going out to Bombay, on service for the entire bbelf. Sectional Tlie Lining! Oren 'anaaaaaG Yes, throw away! Yes! You got plenty and Cut Crntera. Nickel nmelatr, good der orders from the Department at Wash of the State is most Ottering. Her church of her choice. kuolx and hinge lm. Adjustable I dive! Yei!"' money! Throw sixpence! Ev naso has been trailing in the dust but the ington. The diy we came to Aden the little or- tide ibclf and all modern lwprute-menl- i. Barclay Johnson, a young law student The din from this mosquito fleet was quite gan was disentombed from the hold, and Mother of States and Statesmen is destined Can be arranged with ilrattr for The passengers threw them soon to take her high place in the eatima at New York, killed his mother and sis- deafening. since then it has been a general favorite. hot and mid water. Walrr llox or Heater extra. ter and then himself. He hss relatives in small coins, and the youngsters went after The ready hands of our obliging friends tioa of tin people of the nation. S them like Newfoundland dogs and brought aaV f4aafc aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaPVaaaaaaabWHlaaaaaaaaaaBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal Louisville. lift it to the fore ctslle deck and tenderly Gem. GnANT is up and walking around Vicksburg suffered a fire Wednesday them up every time, leaving their canoes, restore it to a safe place when the concert HIGGINS, o a the streets and is getting entirely well ,u oWn33sS5,'"aaal I 11 2, aaaaaaaaaaaaW ' that destroyed $250,000 worth of property meanwhile, to take care of themselves. is over. phyei-enra- a SrKCIAI AOF.ST, is fpite of the death warrants his they came to the surface, puffing, and the Pullman Palace Car Co. lost $150,-00- 0 When A heavy rain storm overlook or met us wrote for him. These fellows knew Kcnluclty. by the destruction of their repair shops and the successful diver with the bit of 21 hours out of Aden, which lasted anoth- Stanford, a good chance when they had it to advertise money between his teeth, each made for er 2 i and broke up deck singing for a at Philadelphia. themselves and they did it for all it was Charles T. Herndon, of Fayette county, his own craft. How they could get into a while. But this only proved a temporaworth. As to how well they succeeded died this week after a short illnws, of heart the crazy little dug-outwithout upsetting ry annoyance. Study is rather a joke In the cats of them now appearing in the disease. He was one of the best known was a myBtery to me, but they whipped in fact aboard ship is the worst possible place public press and which we give on our 4th and most highly respected citizens of that to them in the most adroit way, bailed out for any employment requiring steady applipage abundantly prove. They would have with feet and bands and paddled off for cation of mind. For the first time during section. His age was 72. never been heard of outside of their city, another passenger, who might wish to in the voyage we made a start on tho 11th in A newspaper published near a successhad they not been permitted to "bulletin" ful creamery, says: There will be no ques- vest his money in the bay for their benefit. our Hindustani manuals. Thus far my Grunt' condition hourly during his illThese Somali boys had good faces, with class has learned to count 10 and have an tion of patronage after the manufacness. . .,' o . DKaLaaa IN- better features than the avcraze negro. imperfect knowledge of the alphabet. I ture of butter or cheese has been followed a " The Lexington peopfe'are Signing a pe- single season. The profits from the dairy Hair kinky, but, with some, growing ti a shall not press my scholars fjr I ftel my- Drugs, Books, Stationery anil 7 tition asking the governor to pirdon John will be very much more to the farmer than considerable lenjth, and tho ends bleached self all the forco of the dulet fur ntnt( that o&- Fancy Articles. s 'WAZH OdlC tv i&', "bloadined" to a tint very near the is the inevitable acoompaniment of a voy the swindler, who did his criminal by any other system of farming. or Viler, The grounds work and fled to Canada. "l V A .VI Tv&a. i'bjaUlaaa' prescription, accurately compounded. The amusing discovery is made that once fashionable hue so zeizouly affected age at sea. Alio for asking it is that Viley is in bid health Jae. M. Morgan, of South Carolina, who on by our own young women folks, I heir lS;h We reached this Bojibvy, March and will likely die unless he con come Friday last was appointed Consul at Mel- they plaster their wool with a paste, in splendid city of 000,"000 inhabitants at 0 .home. We trust that Gov. Knott will bourne, Australia, was all through the which lime predominates in order to r. M , the 1 h. A happy termination of a yield to no such importunities. When campaign last fall an ardcat supporter of the coveted tint. The effect certainly most delightful voysge. We tarry here The Largest Stock of Watohos, Clocks, Viley pUces himself within the pile of Blaine and Logan and wrote a pamphlet is uuique when they give thee half bletcti-e- .l until the 231. The dear children and Jewelry and Silverware v the law and stands hia trial, it will certain- urging tbeir election in the interests of locks to the breezes and go about with Cousin Jud'e are in the midst of the in Hrer lought to thli market 1'rlCM ty be time enough then for him to inter- American trade. amazing mops of colored wool, flying toxication of first arrival. Wife and I the bowel. Watebea, Clock, and Jewelry fere. An outlaw should not ba made the en aboit notice and Warranted. A man named Mitchell has been ob around their black faces. Others go to an play the role of experienced "old Indians' beneficiary of executive clemency. taining money from applicants for office in opposite extreme and shave the head clean, and smile benignantly and pitronizinglv to my taste, is a decided improveat their enthusiasm. Secretly we are al Tut. pay of a Consul to Nice is not suf- Washington by pretending to have great which, the other fashion. ment on most as much upset with the delirium of ficient to pay the expenses of living there influence with the heads of departments, A cotton cloth around the loins coniti-tute- s on our old "stamping ground" in any style whatever, and the glory of the He tried his game on Gen. Taylor, of Louthe dress suit in which there is so as the youngest of the party. Help ui tj isville, offering to secure a IT-position is not great enough to induce room for variety that one cannot praise the dear LORD for al We are in Boyd Winchester to undertake its worth $10,000 a year for $10,000, and was little Mr. blame them for a little pride in connection perfect health. Ever in Jesus, duties. tie dbs tnereiore declined, im- exroeed. with the arrangement of the hair. HuGeo. O. Bah nb pressed no doubt with the belief that the GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. man vanity must have some outlet, even chairman of a Kentucky convention, who Lancaster. in Arabia. Buffered the chagrin of a refusal on the There is no water in or about Aden, any Dr. Spilman sold his fine farm neir RAILROAD AIDQUESTI0N. part of the delegates to hear his speech, Pi. Lick to Mr. Frank Lutes for $4,000. more than coal mines, and yet perhaps 2.000 deserves some better recognition at the Next Monday is county court day and steamers per annum take in coal and water The Lincoln County Court at in April term, baadsof the President. horse show day also. A good crowd is ex- at this point. The water is all made on 1BS3, made an order tubmlttlng to the qualified the spot by condensing machinery, from rotert of the county, at an clc:tloo to be held In The Preiidcnt says he is going to retain pected in town. the tereral Toting preclncta of the county, on Aa Irustej of B. M. Burdett, Jno. W. sea water. Fancy the enormous character the colored man Bruce as Register of MU lOtlt, J8AJ, the following iuci-tkthe Treasury as he had made a good officer Poor sold the tobacco warehouse on Pauld- of the manufacture! The coal is brought " Whether the county of Lincoln ihall laiue bomb in steamers and a store kept on hand in aad tiat he will also retain James Hill, ing street to Wm. Berkele for $025. WIIHS IN TOWN tboutand to an amount not exceeding twenty-Ar- e License was issued Wednesday for the excess of all possible wants. Collector of Internal Reyenue for eolertd, dollara on the credit and reipomlblllly of the The frowning forts and protruding muz His policy towards the col- marriage of Mr. Louis Blakeman, of MadiMississippi. whole county, to be expended In acquiring title to zles of heavy guns proclaim that Ephraim or the right of way orer a ttrlp of land through the ored people is greatly reassuring to them son county, to Miss Sarilda Murphy, of proposes to hold his acquisition against all county of Lincoln, beginning at or near Stanford and they are beginning to see that the Garrard. Rev. A. B. Cabinins delivered lectures comers. The town and fortifications are or Richmond Junction and extending thence ejection of a democratic President does by or near to Huilontlllo to the Ca.ey but the on China Tuesday and Wednesday even on the shelving side of a ragged mountain county line, upon the general width of not more not mein tbeir feet, and iuch addlllouil ground! fuller guarantee of all their rights under ings. Those who attended pronounce them that towers at the back, presenting a fine thin serenty-flr- e appearance a approached from the sea. as may be needed for that purpovj and iuch land at very interesting. the constitution. Persons wishing to purchse fine a Irish The Governor's house quite palatini, with Stanford ai may be needed for de'pot bulldlngi, machine ihopi, round ripply and The war cloud in Europe coatinuea to Setters (Red) can do so by applying to P. elaborate verandahs and dazzling whif, iuch other bulldlngi and houiea. water may be uo-litructurei aa gather and blacken and there seems little O. Box 12G, Lancaster, Kj., at $10 a piece winding road to the front. All the chief to raid railroad, and to permit the county to prospect of averting a conflict at arms be for males and houses are white atuccaed and have pic- dlrpose of laid proper'y when io acquired to .aid 2t. $7 for females. Wcll-Know- n Thomas Harrow and & BradRailroad Company upon inch reaion.ible terms Also the Both sides tween Eogland and Russia. The Rbv. Dr. Martin, of Danville, the turesque piazzis. But not a tree, shrub or and In inch nnnner ai to compensation ai may are making every preparation for it and ley Sulky Plow ! Moderator of the Transylvania Presbytery, blade of grass could wn see nnywhere be agrerd upon by ild county, through Hi the EoglUh pirliamant hss granted Glad- will deliver the opening sermon this even- There is no soil for them to grow upon laid Railroad Company, ai permit--tone a war credit of $55,000,000. The army unless it too should be imported from some ted 'y an Act of the General Awcmbly of Ken ing at the Presbyterian church. nd the navy and the whole of the auxtucky, entitled 'An Act to autborlu Lincoln more favored spot. Judge Singleton fined Harrison Brown county to raise money to ild Jn the comtructlon iliary forceu of the nation will be put in We parted with our young Germans at of a railroad through iald county,' approred May $10 for striking Lucy Collier and in deimmediate resdiness for service if required. Thoso Goods nro For Salo only by ub and will bo sold guaranteed. Can fault of payment Harrison was sent to the Aden. We did It very regretfully for we 1, 166." Tho underiigned were appointed a committee by bad learned to like them much. Wn exrofor you by permission to some of tho bost farmors Ex Gov. Moses, the carpet bag ruler of work house. The parties are colored. above itated the Court and directed to hare goth Carolina, in the terrible days of re in Lincoln County. remains of Miss Ella F, Doores, of changed addresses and promised correpon-denc- astlon of the Court publlihod for the Information The the then said "good bye." They wait a of the voter! f tho county, anil wo bare adopted construction, but more recently a sneak Crab Orchard, were laid to rest in our cem thief, and who is now serving a term in tho etery Tuesday afternoon. Deceased was day or two at Aden for a Zinzlbtr steamer this method of performing that duty. What, out of the way ") Massachusetts prison for one of his many well known and universally beloved here, to come alonz. J. Blain, Tiio?. W. Vau.Noy, VCommiltee. crimen, is preparing to lecture after hia she having visited friends and relatives at places will men seek for and go to for bust April 10. J J. N. JlKNKrKH, ness or pleasure. Surely to do the work term' expired. If he knows what is good this place frequently. What You IVanf to Know. Walking and Hiding CuUlvn AIo, IIIk Mock ol' WalkliiK for him he had better not go lack to South Mr. J. P. Saodifer is in Washington the dear LORD has sent Hi saved ones to Kverybody wauls an lione.t auswer to thin tint-pi- c Turning IMowh, Double and Single Carolina to try it on. Collector- - accomplish, there ought not t bi shrinklooking after his chances for the question: What li the belt modlclue to reju-lat- e .Shovel 1'louM, aire. ing, where men of th wirld 'in their genThe wisdom of the law just passed by Bhip of this district. The Louisville Com- eration" thus lead the way, Oa if there help tho bowuls, c,ure cottlvcncis andto blltoumcM, dlgcttloa and give trngth whole the the the Ohio Legislature, which require all mercial of Tuesday pays Mr. Sandifur a had only been amoui; saints half thu "en lyitem? People aik us thla every day. Wo sxecutioai to take place within the walls handsome and reserved compliment in its Parker's Tonic, It is plaant to the taste. tei prise" shown by Binners, eurely 1 900 M the penitentiary, is not apt.nrent. It Washington dispatches, All tbo children like It. Mothers pralie II. It would not have witnessed so little will tavo a tboutand tlmai its cMt in every fciul-I- t. Mr Jno. T, Higgins has moved to the years .remtw an additional heavy expense in the Wo also Old Editor WosterM Argui. Piillipi building on Richmond street. T. done for the gospel's npread "But the way of trmp'irtation and U without th G. Stevens is building an addition to his children of the world are wisjr in their cum: i'oii i'ii.k.v .rood exmilo of having tho crime attoned to ba used bs a restaurant. igh Mr. generation than the children of light," said IMIea are frequently precded by a mit of t'orin the community where it was com- More-rooJ. V. Cook has completed a hand'ome the Master and He ulone knew how true it In tho back, loins nnd lower part of the abdomen, mitted. ciutlngthep.itlcnt to mppowhe has nomenffectlon was and is. residence on Danville street near town. Is said that Capt. Gross Chief Clerk Kldncyi or iielghboilnx ornn. At time, We Hilled out of Aden harlnr soon after ol tho The misked skating carnival that was an fl.itulenr), twuptoiiimf indigestion nre in all probability will he Mr. Wallace. to have been given went down, rounded the outer light this (Friday) evening the sun tbo ctumacb, tiialns ofproducing ncryetc. A moUture, like Gruelle, the editor of the llrtclinrhlgt was changed to last night disagreeable Itching, pir.plratlon, when refresh- - that cist its friendly radiance at a dimerTriccH Giiuraiifced to lie IJOTTOM on Everything. (Cloverport) Keua The position pajB li n very common attendant, men's were to be served by the ladies com ous point and sojn were heading for Bim-ba- aftir fitting warm,Itching l'lles yidd at once to tlM lllind, Ulwdlng and .iboutS2000a rear and the fraternity all puting the Garrard Female College Society and out in the open sea. I don't wonI'll Remedy, uMch iver the State will rejoice in the good foi-u- no nnd to which ecciety the proceeds of the der that sailors like to be out of sight of application of Dr. Ilotanlio'i affected, abeafblug aets directly upon tbo ports the of one of its rroBt brilliant mem be evening were to be given, The extensive everything, and feelflifeat 1,000 miles from Tumor?, allaying the Intnne itching and alttctlng a But one month of the New Orleans preparations indicated it would bs an ex land. These pitiless rocks that line the Itfrnusneiit rur. I'rie 60 cents. Addren tb Dr. .... iiurams 4iiinc m., i iqaa,umr sew ny jjiiidu-JJ- l coast we have lately passed, eeenied remains. ceptionally elegant affair. ortsA Etagg-- Interiorloanral GEO. 0. BARNES. watting to Btnnnh H. C. RUPLEY! -- THE X.OIir." NEW GOO DS & SUMMER Riiar-ante- H. C . full-blow- vil-lig- TAYLOR BROS. 23CXJiS'2?OPCr,VXXJ3Ls3I3. i e FAMILY GROCERIES Hwx-rre- well-know- n OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY e. THE LION WROUGHT IRON RANGE, i r J!illl.feB I - RaBrl inSErB ir 'iSI W. H. 4 Wmm -- PHARMACISTS, J M BTAIfet (;iMc ,: J .i JEWELERS. v&sta&tmssi ms&Ni WILL PAY YOU . Nut-uriln- vt weat-wird- ly To Examine tho Celebrated Evans Corn Planter given up to be the Best on the Market. ul Furst e, , lot. liandlo tlio Mitolioll and Hickory Wngona. A' Big Lino of Buggies, Carriages and Pliaotons Always on Hand. It jr-ii- t, y Ex-ootlti- rBIFZLXGrXZO? db OTJ3RL3Ek.3Nr- -- 4 n Smi-8Htehl- n ntcrioronrnal Wanted. Nunnelley. M),000 lbs. of wool. A. T. U21. Juno wheat in nellinc in Chicago at SEW ADTKHTISKMiaTK. Stanford, Ky I. AN. Mall LOCAL Yenraley Bros., sold Iheir crop of to PROF. T.JfL HAWES, Xo 1 frcli Bilmon Saturday oteninc at bacco of about 15,000 pounds to T. I. Best April 24, 1885 H 8 Mjen. The Accomplliticl Humorous an I Drsnutle Ke- A Co., at 10J centa all around. Paris clter, will glveoneol hli Inimitable Knter- tnlnmenu at the I'iesiiytkriam Cihrcu, The beet hand corn planter on the mar NewB, ket at liright A CurranV. TIME CWD. Monday Night, May 4th, 1885, HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. .12 4 THE CHEAP GBOOEB. 4 f 4. i s For the benefit ol the Snndsy-Srho)Ailuilulon Bl'V the Dameatic Sewing Maohine, the 23 centi. ...,1 so r, m. On Siturdaynnd Monday, April 25 Star Hint lead theui nil, For pale by N. 1 IS A.M. .. Norn.., .. t m i.u. ( f and 27, 1 will display an exipiisite lino of T. HuRhce. millinery goods juit rsoeived from the citThe above ! calculated en standard time. Solar The atcxkhoMeriof the Knob Lick Turnpike Six Kdd Men, 2 Interlocutor in the ies. Mug. K. I.oau, Hustonville. tract about 2J minutes fasior Komi Co. will meet at Slsnfont on the 1ST In Mr 1SS5, lor the puriwM ol ekrtlni; a rulea orurtiiro with IK P. Mirutrela. Mrs. M T. Williams, of this place, 1'iMldcut ami Uvanl ol Ulttrtlors lor the ensuing iOC4i NOTICES. (IS-tlio funny how, A. K. DENNY, I'etlilcnt. to the ladies that she is now re IJt'Y your o!ool book from Penny A will pay you to we our etc ok of ling- - ceiving a large and well asiorted lino of McAIUlcr. giea beforo iiirohaoinp. Price and quality spring and summer millinery consisting of LANDitma'a Garden Seed, ireeh anil e The annual ineetlnx of thn iloeLholderi of the every new and attractive novelty the marIlrftflit ACurran. at Penny A MoAIUtcr'j. StRiiforl A Halls Oap TurnplLeCo lor the election kets contain, It. of a I'mMpnt ar.'l Hoard of Directors for the otilti-li- s Watch i and Jewelry repaired on abort year will lit held In tho Circuit Clerk's office Death. Mr. Shelby .MoMuHon, an old notice and warranted by Penny A McAlU-te- r. YNES3URG, LINCOLN COUNTY. Inslunford on thu 1T SA1 Ul'.DAV In May, ISM, and reeptclcd citlsin of the WuyneebiirR at 2 o'clock ', i, J. K. LYNh, 1'residenl. A complete Mock of Mr L G. Gooch has cono to New Kiv- wlry, Urna neililtjrhrKxl, died ViilnHlayof pnenmo-nl.j- . style. 1 lock ford tvatchw a eiiecitilty. Pan. A little daughor, Ten n , on liminfM. ny ft MeAllsier. i"( Mr C F. Wheeldon, was found dead The Mockholdrrsof theMsnlord A HoUonvllle C. ter W'llKN CoiuuicoAetlih Attorney H. Foil cousin, cold, Atj., urn Cam p. Syrup Hit! bd h few diyn Kgo Mr, E S. TuiLplke Head Co will hold their annual mettlng Warren returns from the Pulaiki oourl, in of While Pin?, In 25 and 50c bottle, Pre for tlio election of a l'rr4ldentand toard of DirectIi.h firm on Hurricnne ors at linllev's More, Turncrsfllle, on the 1ST pared by Mcllobetti A SUr. he will find another little irl Gooch his sold bATUUDAY n Mar, 1685, at 1 o clock p. l from Oaio Greek, to a gentUmin Mr. d Faiimkim, Head This (io to Dr M. at hl.1 Iioue. J 1'. CAbll, lVttldcnt. L. Uourno'ii druc More and Ret one paokaue llerider, of Cincinnati, is here with a view of ham A. Clarke Ho Itemely. If y0n MlLLlNEHY-- Mr. M. V. Tabler will to buying a fiirm. Mjor Kigncy wai in are not Mthflcd after mini: it your money hxye an opening April 30th rtnd 1st of May town a few days since. Hurrah, for The aniual iiKotlng of the ihartholdcrs of the will be refunded. of a haudaomo nseortment of summer milami prohibition. Since we had Turnrsrlll(, Mt Kinney A Cotlej'a Mill Xurnrlke lload Co. 1U be hehl at Jones' store, .MiKlnney, linery, paterns, bonnets, hale, Ac., to which the local option at thU plice we scarcely oa thelSThAri ItDAYlu May, 18SS. at U A. II. PERSONAL. 1'resldent and board lor the iurioe Mit. John ilr,.u.v took a tour by she invites the ladies of Stanford and vi eversesa man imoxirMted. Give us a ol Directors for ol electing a year. tbo ensuing " whipping-roi- l Rnd petit larceny will then 10. Id cinity to examine. CLIHUN hUWLKIl, Pretldent. train to iluntonvJIlo thin week. Mu. Hklen HrrniAN, ol Huston- - Jl'iKJE Vaiinon joined in the holy bands become as uncommon as inebriation in our midst The firmera seem to be somewhat Title, In yJjitlnR friend here. of matrimony yeetirdey Thomas Cain and The iharchclders of tho HaOKlng Folk A Orecn backward in planting their cropi, owing to Ml I)OLME WlLLIAMi, of Huiion-till- e MUi ItUer 'lurnpUe Itoid Co. mil meet at Jone' Susie Brackiit, daughter of Kalph M. J. Durham's Htore, McKtuney, on the lUT HATIULIAY In the late season. Hon. U the sueat of tho .Mlmea Peyton. Brackltt. As the bride was a pretty little Mar, lt.$4, for the purpose ol friendi are well pleased at the way that he and Hoard of bircctois lor the electing a President Et.D. W. L. Williams wa with bin sweot ensuing year sixteccer, the- Judge enjoyed his l,-tJ W.OIVLNb, President. is doing hu'incss at Washington. We daughter, .Mra. Huflaian, yesterday. kiM aa only a man long used to such bliu think If all signs do not fail, we are to have Ho.v. and Mm. John S. Owslev and can, a wedding in our midst before long. .in W. Miller went to Louisville, Mn.T. The Manager of the Lincoln Land Co , The stockholders of the HustonTllle A Cofley's Tuesday. HALLS GAP. LINCOLN COUNTY. Jasper's Mill Turnpike ItoadCo. will meet at T. Mn. Gronon Grundy and wife, of Mr. J. Oltenheimer, brought 10 German Store on the 1ST bATUUDAY in May, 18S5, at 2 Wm Boons sold a 7 year-olmare for P. u. for the purpose of electing a President and fsmlliei to his colony this week, fresh from Lebanon, ore the sueaU of Mr. and Mm. Hoard of Dlrtsturs for the eiisulne jcar. the Faderland. There are about 50 of $00. O. C. LI UN, President. W. P. Talc. TweWe speakers, twenty speeches and tbem in all and they are hearty and thrifty Dn J. F PVton and Mr. Frtnk liar, ris went lo Williamsburg I:ut night to try looking people, who will no doubt make a large audience of ladies and gentlemen were some of the principal attractions at us good citizens. The stockholders it the Stanford A MllledgeTllle day or two', lishlnj: in the Cumberland. Turnpike Hold Co. will meet at McCoriimik's the debate Tuesday night. Miss Cynthia Cakon ha juit re Meeting House on the lftT SATURDAY In May, FlltE The residence of Mr. William Mrs. J. J. Kendall, of Junclion City, at 1 V v. lor the purpo-- e ol electing a Presiturned irom me city with a nice line of Heck, opposite Forestus Re&d'a on the llus Hoard ol Directors lor the ensuing year. was here last week viritiog tiie family of dentd and A. W.tAIlf ENTER, President. priojc and summer millinery in the latent tonville pike, was burned down Tuesday, her father, Mr. S. L Ware. Mies Jennie deWjns. having ciuijht fire from sparkn which MA D. Mn?. Lekm H. Hvmsn with her lodged on the roof. Most of the furniture Collier, n little beauty from Hazsl Patch, spent Saturday and Sunday with friends at Is a Candidate to sucreed hlmiell In the State Senlittle bor is up from Souiereet on a visit to was saved. Tne Iom is SI 500 to $1,800, ate, subject to the action of th. Democracy. this place. Ufr pirenls. MIm Win Kaut returned with insurance of $1,000 HOX. A. O. TALHOTT On last Sunday night as Mrs. Dave with her. .. Mn. J. Fleece IIobi.vson arrlrtvl from (JClETCd. Sherifl J. N. MeneiTee settled Kirk and daughter were returning home la a Candidate lor Senator la the District compossubject Casey and of He South yesterday, where he hns been in full with the Auditor this week and re- from church they were attacked by some ed the Doyle, Lincoln,Democratic (Jarrard, Klecilon party. to action ot the Monday In August. Mock trading all winter. Capt. J. M. (iow. ceived Lis quietus. The amount of taxes low (lung scoundrel, who attempted to eith- first an has alo returned. paid by Lincoln county lo the Slate is $2 3 er scare or kill them. Their screams soon LEE F. HUPFMAH, -- Mn It F.Watson, of Atlanta, reprev7. Mr. Mencfee made his trip lo brought several persons to their aiaietance, STANFORD. KY. senting the Soluble Guano (o, is In town Frankfort piy by taking along the two con- not bcf re their as.ilaot had made his es- Olfico South side Main Street, two doors above the Myers Hotel: He is a pleasant and c!em gentleman and victs, Athtns andGaslineau, to the peniten- cape into some woods near by. Owing to Pure Nitrous Oxide Gas administered when re quired. we like to havo him call arouud. tiary. Deputy A. Cowan acted as gunrJ. tho darkness they wero unable to identify him but think that he was a negro. DK. W. D. PENNY, The Somerset l.ltympk pay. the fol- They eay that when younfj Gastineau, the It has been suggested by quite a num lowing compliment to our young business horse thief, got in eight of the penitentiary, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. aoger: Mr. Walton is a picking, he became so frightened that he shook ai ber of the mast prominent citizens of this OOce on Lancaster atreet, text door to ITK-Rio- n J oi rkal oface. Office hours from 8 to 12 x. polite, younc Kfntleman, and we if he had an ague and as his teeth chatter place and at Walnut Flat that the precinct should be changed from there to Hails m. and 1 to 5 r. u. Anesthetics administered when predict for him a brilliant USMyr. ed, he said to Mr. Menefee, "If I ever get necciury. ctreer. -- Col J II. Tijmley, of Hubjumlle, nut of this IM never run the riik of com- Gap as it would be much more convenient to the mrjirity of the voters ia thin part of " was here Tue-d- ay superintending the ing here agin the county to have a voting place here, for printing of his re! es'ate paper. Besides DWELLINO AND SIORE-houDESIRABLE The steend number of the Ileal llrtatt this reason: Aa many ai fifty or sixty persons A rmuliinrd. Rest tiU'lnm location In tho being one of the olerere.t of gentlemen, DIshman k in this immediate locality have to either plaie. A argain ca I had hy addressing .UUtihKft, of Birbourville, CilUISTKItbOX, T. Col. Tinsley is a splendid buines man and McKltney, hy. Tinsley. editor and proprietors, is out and go four miles to Stanford cr three miles to tl.zui it is well for hie section that he hat under- as full of interesting matter concerning tho Walnut Flat in order to vote and of course taken to present I In resources to the public section it represents aa an egg la of meat. it is quite natural for them not to attend It is double the sizs of tho first istie and all elections, especially the primaries) ai LOCAL MATTERS. MRS. MOODY HARDIN la a great improvement on it in every they would do in cise the precinct wss Has just returned Irom the cities with an elegant The weather U simply delightful. respect. The wonderful resources of that more conveniently arranged. It has been aud cowprehenslre lino of Spring and banimtr Millinery, which she lurltes the attention of Snr. Nuonellcy befor; you tell your comparatively unknown section of Ken- said tint st the Ian election there were not the ladles toMme on I .mcastcr street, formerly tucky are fully shown and ita inexhaustlcs over a dozen votes cast at Walnut Flat occupied by Mrs. Dudderar, whom sho bought wool. out some time ago mines of coal, its wealth of timbers and the Kull stook of eprlnt goods at S. II, superiority of ita locality for farming, when if the poll had been here there would not have been less than one hunHhanke dairy and stock raising purposes, are dilat- dred. We hope that the proper author!-tic- ) Watch for Parade at 8 o'clock r. M. ed upon In a most entertaining manner. will sec to this as it is something that - :m:- Sixty two bodiea of land, embracing thou- demands their immediate attention. cUlurday, STANFORD, KY-- , sands of acres in Knox, Bell and Letcher WHITLEY COUNTY. WILLIAMSBURG. LANDEfiTlt'd garden seeds in bulk at ComRepments the Best and most Prompt-Payinin panies and his rates are very low. Give hlra a . countie,nre advertised and far the hands of Farraets are very busy trying to make call. sale. They IMJ Mers. Dishmsn & Tinsley TorLAit and chestnut shinnies, sawed, are reliable and honorable gentlemen and corn to sell instead of coming to town to Very crsaleby W.II. IIIcRlns. all who deal with them may expect fair buy and hauling it 8 or 10 miles. trsln going North " rJoiltll. Kxpretttralu" Mouth. r. u. !. Turnpike Election. Turnpike Election. T. R. H w O WALTON, -- DEALLT.IN J)jit jtr. It con-uln- )uarntel. o faHfrw i m 'T-:i-i !)) V rf urnxiike Election. H 16-t- tell 41 aii(Sfes.',S mLjL) wmn h Turnpike Election. whip-ping-p- And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line Yon May Call For. IN ADDITION TO UP.OCERIES AND PRu HE KEEPS Turnpike Election. Tin-- , Glass- d ii, Turnpike Election. a 16-t- d d Turnpike JKlection. n.-t- and Queensware, Tobacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. Canned Goods from the .Best Canneries of the Country. A Good Corn Drill For Sale at a Great Bargain. 16-- 5, J. F. .KIGNEY 1 HUKGEON fmmE BontUt. cler-er.nic- e, FOiTSALB,PlUVATELY. J. For Bargains, There Is No Place Like the Corner of Main and Somerset Sts. se MILLINERY! Xj&dies' and. Cliildresi's 15-l- m FIRE INSURANCE. .rnsTOg philips, J. Carter's in SPRING SHOE "St. Mary's Saw Mills" AM) LCJIIIEK YARD, Grocery and no misrepresentations. N. T. Hcoiiea ia aent for the Tennessee dealings Wiite to them for a copy of their paper if wagon, the best in the market. you think of investing in lands in their For Sale, Milk cow and calf and year- section. ling heifer. Apply to R. E. Barrow. ' RELIGIOUS. little wheat will be harvested this year in this county. Big tide in Cumberland river which brought a good many logs and staves. A part of the boom now belonging to the Kentucky Lumber Co.. was broken and tbe stave boom vas also broken. No serious damage done except the loss cf a great many staves and some logs. Most of the logs belonged to the Kentucky Lumber Co., and will be caught at Burnside Point. Circuit Cjurt still in eeselon. Three parties have been sentenced to the peniten tiarr. The jury in tho case of Common Geore Strickland for the murwealth der of Bitty Hall has returned a verdict of death. The grand jury is having lots of work to do. Jury has not agreed in case of Commonwealth vs. George Washington, charged with the murder of Mores Scott, though everybody eys there will be a hanging, either the jury will hang or it will hang the prisoner. On top of the Knobs, close by Store. FOOTE lb IVJIEELKIl, Proprietors. For all kinds of general Lumber builders and others can not find a better market to suit themselres. Our motto li 'Good Material tor Reasonable Kates." 10-6- it f V See Ilippotbeatron or Rjrlesque Cir:u with B. B. Minstrels Saturday, April 'J3. Reserved seats for Minstrels Siturday, the 25th, are selling rapidly. Secure tbem in advance. Maiuhahe Widower Weeden Warns ki, tuitiri'd yenierday to Miry Minuix at John SandiferV. Wit Widow A oreat deal of piloting and repmini is being done in Stanford and the old lesti i putting on a handsomer garb than ever before. Bros, will open a butcher obop tinder Lytic' etore to day and will keep always on hand fat and tender meats The Stephens ofallkicda. Flower?. ' i s " will-r- Miss E'la Kinney e cieve a full assortment of tbwera May 1st She has for sale now tuberose and gladio-u- s " bulbs, Call to aeo her. Another Cr.ib Orchard firm has had its doors closed by the sheriff. Petrey & Pet-redealers In general merchandise, failed to meet tho demands of their creditors to the amount of $1,700 Their invoice shows $1,332 worth of stock. !.... -- .. m ... When you want a good wagon, buggy mower, reaper, Iwino binder, land roller i r any kind ol farming implements, call Hu Is aleo ready to n X. T. Ilugbee, buy your wool, don't fell until you Bee him. Office with W. IT. Higginr, corner on Main and Djpot slrtetr; ware-rooMain street. Rock Castle Springs Manager F. J Campbell write that fishing ia fine in the river near hia pla33 now nni that he took pike the other day. out a 30 inch, 12-lA number of fishermen have already visited there and next week, the great Saule Leather', Smith, (Falccn) with Csp. Judge Rees and Dr. Buckner will swoop down in a body upon the unsuspecting uisj. talmcn cud pike. Rev, J. M. Bruce will preach at Rowland next Sunday at H P. M A new Methodist church ia to be erected in Covington at a cost of $0,000. A Biptist revival conducted at Lebanon by Rev. K. CS'sillman. has incrotsed the church membership by 1.1. The Liwrenceburg Xcki aaya the Bap tist meeting that was being conducted there by Rev. Mr Felix closed with 27 additions Thu II tie Brothers are making big reputations as revivalists. P, T. has just cloed a meeting at Starkville, Mies., with SO additions, and F. D , who is holding a Dr. Jime Rodman, who has been mestitig at the First Biptist church, LexSuperintendent of the Wesfern Lunatic 10 confessions to last report. ington, hud Asyium for 22 years, has been appointed for an additional term of fouryeare. LAND. STOCK AND CROP C. X. Jordon, formerly cashier of the Third National Bank of New York City, Milk cowa for sale. Jos. Ballou. 2t. has been appointed Treasurer of the United X. T. Hughes is authorlzsd to engage Slbtes in place of Wyman resigned. the new clip of wool at highe t market Tho Miijor'a Tmno Uystcr. price. See him beforo seling. Topical Time. ia firm The cattle market in Louisville tho conversation turned At a for very common to h) for bet shipat 2 "Ah," said MaJ. on nnlnml training. pers; hogs sell nt H to 4; sheep at 2J to 1J Blnks. ' I remoniter wLen 1 was nt Bogglay- wallah, I tamed nn oyster. Ho usei to folani lambs 3 to i cents. nil over tho lioum llko & tlog. Tho pounds to- low mo Leo Thomas raised S.0S7 Kitmaglmri util to bring him Into bacco on four acres, and sold for 10 cents llko n child, and lie would sit on tlu table at all round. James Mallory sold one hogs- my side Utli his aboil opon and crack my George, flllwrU inot ufToctionato littlo creaturol'' head in Cincinnati at 17J per lb. "ifnvo you got lilm still, mijorP Tiincii. town doubting nu II tor. "No, sir; t'o enmo to nn untimely end. A friend of mliio cituo into A very large crowd and some 500 catin my nbunce, nv tlio tle were on the Georgetown market Mon tiro dining-roo.dl open, and twallowed oyst-with his per hundnd A day. Bast brought $5 00 bunt I shall never linvo nnothor pot," said hundred head of 1,000 lb.. weight brought tlio major, wth a sigh. "Ko iloubt your presi51 to 5, calveu brought from, $10.20 to friend swnllowel tho oyster," hM tho dent, 'but I'm nfraid wo can't swallow tho 522 05. A few broke mules sold at ?110 to story." $135. E Wheat in thin gection of the Slate has .if American I'uUle. Free Tresil come out surprisingly. The blades are A Carter whow vehicle was stuck In the strong and green, the root nappy and well tbo lash over his mulo in tho most developed, and the ground far better cov mud piledmanner, and Finally callo I out: vlgorou ered than the most sanguino could expect "A las I that I should bo tho owner of such after a winter bo severe. There are fields a Cheap Ueait," "Hut you mil t Hemomber," replied the in Woodford snd Scott that are covered sr ""that inv IA consists of tho very Lexington iniiK", Q.wlltV. ' lder with a ctath of green velvet lNmivst Ooaerver. Mora- l- Cheap band turn out cheap work. t. The fact that we have sold more INSURANCE! Ladies' and Children's fine Shoes Now York." with Ita since January 1st than ever bes "Homo Capital of fore for the same period is conJl. vincing that Bennett & Barnard Masonlieimer's Restaurant and Williams & Hoyt made a line of goods in style, fit and fineness DANVILLE, - - m.i. second to none in the market. The Old Reliable of 83,000,000, Will pay promptly when the actual loss Is known. Kates lo reeiiibeloreon Insure. VliKXVKH, Aceut. F. 12-l- Ky OrroitTB CouaT-Hous- B KENTUCKY, on u.rra.1 ot all hotis. Game alwa i..n.i on i in its season, ovaters fresh fish, and aim' In all styles and on short iinr lUllraclea served notice. Uot out for the sign "Woodbine Restaun rant" and call when you are hungry, Danville, Ky. Valuable Timber Laud FOB SALE : I will tell at public auction to the highest bidder, lu the own of Liberty, Ky er On Moiulay, April 27, 1SS5, Acrea cf It being County Court dsy in Casey. Knob Land, lying in saldeountyon the waters of on Ihe Huston-Tlll- o Carpenter's Creek and boiderlrg A Liberty turnpike road.abautC mllisfroia here ore lonm Improvements an this tho former. land and a good site for a law mill, near the house but a short distance from the pike. and Any one who may wish to examine this property Is referred to K. Kiyi'O Hung on tho premls-t- . who will show it to them "1 We Have Received Our Spring Goods Kids in the New Flexible Sole that is now the most popular Sh oe in the world for solid comfort. Come while sizes are complete. akla r feffl IU ii.td jon.v ji. HF.in. IM In French Cnracoa and Kangaroo H.v.. nc.Lili IHE LIVER MUST BE KEPT ORDER. 9(1? lIK-tro- DuWOi! dllloncf yP) tor IJitrCoBslstBli suit Ills csntit t r TorpU Comtlpsiloo, Iilllonirrii, lis eurs it rfslals Morel. tn4 tibnifli pirtn. tt. JinilllM. strtrcttiroi tl sytita, It. . . nWorTwUmon. inli.ilu.l.lorilin Vis n, us !.- iu Atjr hi i((lil will Ull ) til US rifbluKn. i Jnn4lc llraUr! lhl...r,.llOrl,nsQiDitUni.tr. D;trl'. tw BRUCE & M'ROBEBTS. 9 k dreams, in which ho imnglncd thnt howns WE WILL 8TAKD OL'll llio llurst lloiimor. going through thewnr agnlu. "He fought tho tattle of Shiloh over and over gsiiiiimif again. That wigngemont had recently RELIABLE SELF-COR- E Ixfen tho MibJL-c- t .k of a magnrine arAt or rrriulx mils from TurneriTlll at (ts GEANT'S ATTENDANTS. ticle by him, and tho ('otalls wore thereby a Iiy.1r"" rtsrHptton of nnn of thi to Insure a living colt. freshened in his mind. In his last day, nsiiu pim now iiv vii hiiu aucvicure ol cmllsts In the t u for tin. when he slumbered fitfully in his chair, ho it. ,( J, p. (loriilt. ..'vasjA. ! k THE MEN WHO WATCHED THE would awake with n start and nn ejaculation, upIalnacalwlcnvciopeVre.llrucifltucauulfu, ?kw ess? Addrett Dn. WARD &C0., Loulil.n., Mo. SUFFERING COMMANDER. roillnlllillcr fnr n tniunmih n n cut MjrcflcliratMl smlJlo hnrs lire0r. On Time, and several times ho said ho had beep dreamwill make tlieteaionof ISS' at mr tilsi nor the ing of Shiloh." Harrison, his negro lx5dy Knob Uck flkc, l mile from lietUj- Citjr, at JiwTflhL Portrait or Those Whoso Opinions IV N.' servant, who nctul na nnrU- - i !,.. This flue Toting saddle italllon I hare conrhnled llnfjoily Looked for llnch liny to fly. a llialteil uututisi ol inarra at t lie I iw GIIESHPEI E or a nurse as ho would permit anybody to $10 to Insure a Colt till weaning; timo pure oi do, wiys thnt the hard, incessant pain mado Hurlns tins 1'nst On Tim Is a lsntlful l.ijr, Wt binds hlh, Grant dream rejientcdly that he wtw wounded Two Month. nltli well rnsrtlonwl form sotl iuuicWi. He wm in tlw throat. This fact wos revealed only elrMbr Stnaewnll Ja:kron: lie by Vhlo$tou Which money I will expend oa bit educatlMi after DfDinsil.; Jrhi Kinryby by difeoimiioted ixclanmtious, for tho l roR lArloiv nri HketMMim of the doctors who I will also itsaj at ihSMide Ur tb will kugwn themaeon itororby placing him In tbe litudsof was taciturn to the oia tftMil taitilia liatiM inan ott in ftiAilr hi... Washington, lnve ixwii attending 0nenil Grnttt during end. Once lie clutched his neck PhiladelphlaiN.Y. In bUaallt, for lie line tliem naturatlr. i expect and cried: th uirrftir rewks In which tlw country has "It mm the slwll did It!" OLD IIL.VCK I1A1VIC, tnexblblt blm at tboralit. tlllt fdgs ti t swrt Evidently a spasm Tho only lino running old tliU prlni;, daik Isr or brown. IM4 liaadt leu axpectiiif; dally to Injur of h a daub. in tho region of the cancer had mado him A nil two Ji'iirj J ki, hlli tad a prlect model In lorui lie vat aired dream that a shell hit him. by one of noted old Detmark faiullri PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING OABS lli:M)IUCKS AM) IMIILTHOMI'SOX. llnliblo't dn tbe Time; Ittdani by oneol tbeKrandett The Hev. Dr. Now man was exceptionally AND- -tv..ra& u,M I...HU... Id d ..l.t.lj.'. fll.l au..... ).. ,(..!. ., favored bv the frnnarnl ulmn nf lU riillliH liamli.tlictUoof thf nil jjek. Lexlrx'on.a hore that hat taken more preinltima Is III hamli Old llltrk Hawk aD'l I'hil t baa and not his career, and it was just that the doctor uiorKool horses than anjr known u tlieiauie horse, an; bnreeman will tell tutattiranl Hsaantks at on to, tbirrlore we Mijiiai reciprocate wnen ins previous beno-factterms as the horso. should Hot let the Urtloi nt the two fautllles was overwhelmed with trouble, ; iihmiI o: Mu l.ln held on all rolls tor tli lutiiloaii. Hit M dam wat tjr I aulknei Younj season lollnK-timMam trsdH .r rruunnl attending tho MetroiwHtan church in Amerba. I'ncle I'nier Oenlrr sarihe wai tbe bett makritliowcMii due and uiutt Ik pil.t Ail breeder that erer cam. w. l. roi'cH. Washington wWlo president, theivby renIu ll;Ia couuly. Third rmr ati.l fltftfiilliin ptrin it nrni.iulM ftnr.K nti.l dam by TarJet't MeteeiiMr. On the death of Cai. D. I l'avne, in N. i'OiiiNvlIIcCliuIiiiiiiil and Lux. dering the jwstor popular, President Grant arvooiinmUle mr ivjIiob, Im' 'u not Utile lor lllKtou, ICy., sent Dr. Neninoa nround the world in n vemlwr last, (.'apt W. lfc Couch nsntniksl the any wcl.lem. i,i: I HI 11 111. IC. government yesjel oun mNlon to inspect leadership of the Oklahoma "boomer' of coiuulaU with a salary of $5,00.). Hero was an whoti) Uwi are alMiut l.UXI Tltese men lmd Tills nne rouna .lark wilt also make tbe season been ofllMat mr stable, one Mile Iron Stanford ost "I'piuuuin ior loreign inivei wmen should alwuttausht bv I'nviit that a .wrtnin .iij.j.. the lluttonrllleplke, at Connecllns In tamo depot with faat tralm for 00 miles long nixl 40 mtlw wide in tlw liave funiisheil the doctor w ith a store of information suUlciont to render his sermons heart of tlw Indian Territory, at prevent un- Will make the msob nflSat lay stable, s uillti 88 to Insuro a Living Colt. from Crab Orchard, on tbe Crab Orrhnrd interesting for yoirs to come. But for somo occupied, is pilbliS p.r0j.orty, U1MJ11 which llO I SUA nud Lancaster tutuilk, at reason or another the doctor has not of late nnd hi followers had the right to ettle, and Kleie Walker Is a brown with white point. It 1 rears old bandt Jack br bteii a niccesw as a preacher. The story of which tlwy rotxmlel to occupy iu 1VS0. He jtlS.no to toLynchburir. Dun one lumirc a l.lvlii); Volt, men Mlblb, of the nnnil and laid Jacksliood hen- - Tho Direct Route Norfolk, tinned In bis troubles with his congregation of tho was arrested by lAiite.1 Stales troops ville. Oa SIO THK HKJklOX. iikkj. iii-- aciiuna likew a iiorev, iuu k aou aurr MaOion Avenue ConanMaUonol church. and warned to keep out of the In111 prmil not to detain If roil pel rout e ut we DR. DOUOLAS. Manilrlno Kln, Jr.. Is IS haixls hl(h. Jt black, joa long n the Jaik'i airouat :Sew York, is -- till fresh in the jmblic mind. dian lands. He twin afterwards repeated ? Aar.l.l. lurlkl In lv..t .n.l wd. afva.1 !. rw All Virginia and North Corollna ;. .! J. It. J'A II It IS. 11 t Tho senior ihyiriau is Dr. Dosi-U- w. They resulted in his moviagtoSan Francisoo. the oocupation of thi land ami was ns llrri'i Msuihtlun Klnr. lh tni than M Pointo. iiiany time. driven out. In January last tli worldi MaiMlirlDu Klnvwat ircJ trhor In Inwn rs an nbl awl wiiiiteut uwllcul innu It was there nn the occasion of tlw funeral of o lr tleketa and limber lurnrmatl n apy I'anbro, Lady yssir naareai ticket iilit, or addieea cirework . cltw la comtectiou with lus tbe aon Of o V. Stnnfnnl thntliilnlivw.l Capt. Couch made irprutionsftito again en- - aud Patrbrn, yfull broibtr (ioalrf, lblhorn, i. !. Mambrlno m? iiiu wrnuirr celtirall ifen iiat.i. 1KNOI.II, aslant. I)-- Shrudy, l ha witched hi the celebrated funeral oration which will of the Uiiited States troojn, was ..m.....i - borMtbatJ ll C'Uy brotubt from Ntw ork). "!.'? Adterilatm Agl , Ticket ami Iw. sent to...op- I MawbrlDoCblKwaalrt br Mantbrlao ParuM-UriD- d dtotJiiguiAcl imtiiit without ceartu?. Cm always be ooii't.lered a notable eitort. . ajrt I olirlli AsiImlatllle, jut . . tVldft lit... K .1 or the other of the two lemaiued tip with tkM uiiii. he br Obi Mnahrlna. ha br I mid. Mkmm. Thealreof fritters and lulil.ti and niooj fancv v, . NJinn, LT Frrrni uirenuMieii connlCEA II. w. rri,i.i:u. n Couch maile n comlit onal unrreiHler ami left mr. Mamhriuo King, Jr's 1st djiu bjr fl(r and nrit- - lata K intern h res Hun asr vtbrr jTwral every night during the likwt critical Oen'l Maaaaef. Hen'l P...', - Ac't. 31lultcr to 1'ein. In Kenturkr. wia niske the aeasno of IM ro; iiehtHe.n.1. Vlmtnia the territory with tlie Innorj of war. Capt. Wht'; iMiiaHibr Jim A)l. ad ilaiu IV iurrou oi ins mnsss. Knob lib itama tborougbbrrl lu tolls four Miles snlii' siaufn I. ilirotlr on lbmareaat Couch lias recently visit I Wnhuiiftoii at by tbtr jnudK norw nrr lutr, Ai..A Tlw past two mouths of tlis history of Uck ike, and will wnulitel ttc DtirM tht fonotrr ran tlw liead of n committee to ptvietit Uieir case prwdui-tbeexuimilr Ij tI i Gtw. Grant's ltf, recall the last days of Care taken to trvnt ii t t t l.w! ti .t fisiHiii to the presdteut. Hut HikIIii' the mlmlnis-tnitfoc32() (liuNuasou orIKI loIiiMiru. OHIO Garflfl 1. The scientific prodding 1. l artin Ilnu in thoir nuolution to keen Iu- - tlblo for all J. Seasou loifelte.1 wheuh.1 ir i onth and iHiuchuig, tlw imiwrtance aud lavatory llue rare will flraat furnlahed It $7 el with II. Ml.K or arne, but w dtaii Territory for the exclusive u of friend betakes to liraresit acrldeata ll-- t of the physMatia, the I'rs' i" r.arl. 1hiIIc1im and The Direct nHii to not be reapwnaibleabould anr esrur ly ItMlfans it is llkelv thnt r.im-- h .ml l.u nil tbe tirufewsional fuss aud feathers DfscrlHleu and I'.dNrree -- Nobbr It a lei blatk - niavgie up Mpiatter follow iu.ou sadly of the dark Uvs of the smiii-wattempting with alar In lorebead and two while fct, lt banda T further triHiblc. The captain U a native of 1 Inrb bifh, flue inane and tmnr Inf, of 'si tal', Yet tlw outcome of tliese dark beautlnil b ad ami srik, excallnt ahouMcr, liack " ll eV York stuttt nnd a days promises to be happier than tbe rwult Imported Norman stallion will make the and loin In (art, faullleaa in ijmuielij. and will medium siaod, mild inaniiered, liresssw in Tbe tine Norlliwrtt and outbwMt by Ike way of in lisl. guarantee those iluem't lire a aiallion twiiad ol aeoo of ISSN at tbe liable ol J M. Wrar, at "Pink a eomentlonnl garb, and no sugges-tkme scientific and surgical appllancea Cottsae,'' I'.iiiiletfrom taof.rl. bttr dltition, and thoseAs'lualiliea be Inrarl-Id- y LOriSVILMJorOIXCIXXATI. of the wild border man. He was coloiiol an erIJence that ImasrU tobiaiiriajenr. that liave been brought to henr up3n tlie old be will imxiuce rerr last hora when rroocd on of an Illinois regiment in tbe w ar of the reA ooinnmnder are something fonmlabli AT $15 THE NKASOX, good mares It tbe fact tbataomeol bla serf ipecd. A Cbattanooja tor bellion. small electric liht was made whicli at interiral colta bare nothlac but a Sir U'allate daw to Oa S.'t TO I.Ml-aa Colt ltrliie aad 0imiH.il recommend ibem. Tblt o; Itarir It coarlutlro nal was put into his mouth, so that tbe direct tonnrctton at Ibnte lolnttwith the 1.1. iit Kipre-.o- i. CbiMpo la a dark srajr, IT'j hiodi bicb, wv;ha nroaf ibat theaieileomea hum Ilia aire. Nobbr physicians might mm into his throat. When Ibe Ohio A Ultsiaelppi far fit Our MlnUter to Ilruzlt. told to W , 09 pound and la s jreart Id the Tlh of Mar la tbealreofNobbj..Ir. rec.ird lAiuiiauuau puioia rt eal. he aame so near death in March a. council of One of bit colU trolMXt. IleMof rioeatrle and a lion, gtonl in tbe C. Pair, of Ohio, for fcJ.Uuo. r,,,u or Clacla-J.physjicjaas decided that it illicit prolong his TTnnro Mint, wall rlbboit and Urge Uxlt. with weil.abap. led last aeaatn with rerr little bandlloil l 'i '. TH IlUUlu lnlr o. two bosirt life a few days if n certain surgical rd aboulder: head and nark welt act a. He wm Nolbr was tired br l.arrard Chief the alie ul Naall iulker than any Batltol. lxiaia, uur HaaMWfact other Una. (Ulof Mambrlno lllppr I ar. llad (rook lime lar Imported by ft W. .xtubMsneld A Co, of Bloom-lulo- Iloke. 2 I nr wrm.9 i. ...iH. -otwatfou were prfortnd. hiala- an,- tr.l , ..- lustrutiMeta ta IIRIHI .hv w, M, Hill Aipl 31; t.arrar.l Cblel J Mamlrloo Kvtnf lit., eptemlwr II. tasi West, ware kept in readiness constantly. we , wlllalroalmd at tbe aame place our fln thlw.alreof Udr Tnora.J U'. Woodnanl Mara ...,., io the 3 to lit L2Hours Quicker brlno2i,,aDd aareral utbers wui-i cams io worst daw by Prank, Id dam by Arttaa. 3,1 dam by Ham- - InegoluK by the scientific cutting might be goae into at wayCbloago. (f (letonlan: lib dam by Plomedc Nold-T'- t Jaas a any moment. Tlw nature of that opsmtiou by Imp Tranby tborouf bbtsel mate, aabl to fa somethiiig terrible to conteaipla'e maroa shall tor fiat t tbelnturance In It was Alfilllforiit lilllL'I'nll. Mnatnn la l.sau II caae. with V. I.. VltttW, describeil by Dr. Shrndy as follows. . tifnl blaca, 1S bauiit tilh, wm tasted Narriabor tlanjfd, ICy CHARLES XT. BUCK. "It would involve the divisirii of tbe lower .! I. I,i Waal I',,. I ha l.v Wl. lb I ITS, - Alwtia makes I wl.laleo aland a PISE VOl'.VO JACR thai t In oonnectiou w ith the npiwintmont of Mr. dam br Jim Porter, Brat dam Shoo f Ij.lr a jaw in tbe median line, tlw extirpation of the ! will be iswuililsai toterroa few good mares al lie rind b and W arrlor Jai k Con to Insure. Tblt Jack will bet yeart old tbe 7th of conguo auu tne greater part of the soft Buck to th Peruvian mianion, a pood rtory Paatuir tirLlshet Jt rii'oiiab!. r .!'- - ' it will feentemhef, r. fully it band. blah. He was tarsal together with the removal of tbe i toltl in which the laugh is on Snntor Heck, cot be reiptiiisllde for ac Uvula ih Id ai.y ,. cur br tbe jack tblt was wlltir W. I. Cahlwell for Wltb all Line, at ulcerated and infiltrated granular structure! the senior senator from Kentucky. On acw H'K.ll .V- - Y.llii:riKt,l. i,ivj , wn inn la i iiinriM fir i a naii count of his standing, Senator Beck i gup. titular the lower jaw." brutker ai lb 1,1W cound jack owned l.y Mr l'ey-lo- o St. Louis nnd Intermediate Poiati. THE COMBl.NEH SIALLIO.N. ll r.nihre. ueunpiomieu wim an tlio Ininous l 1. t'. IHXiilucts of hi state, or, at hast, to liave Xo rorrlvM! XnOniiilliiiNTruiiKo rubbed against the more prominent men in Cvrn I Wi section, so that when tho announcement was made that the state of Kentucky was Tblt fine rniubmej stallion will make the aeaton Will miketheaeaanoof last at mr ttthlM. 2U honored by the choiee of Jlr. Buck, ono of nillet south of Hu.lnnrilU nn the llu.lnartlla A with train. of Una. golnf Weal, Jfofthweat ani t,f at uijr atal 'e near vhell.y Cltr, mLln- its ciUaens, as IVruviau minister, Mr. Beck I.lbertr roaj A'dallak leiwi t br joe Rlmo, 5oulbwet. luln ooLiitjr, uu tlw balr i ill A Kl&I wa sought out by other congressmen to get ho, JHlo, trial .' .'. in iri ; n J l.'iao i. ii,c I. uk Ti.n.'ils K. il, s r iwlnt. call on or Wi,, tl C aire of 1. C n. reonl Ju1, ildr.r wilio to lbs his opinion of the appointee. To their surg S'.tM the past winter. Renew rerurd .' Is I, 813 the Season or $'20 lo Insure a prise the crusty old .Scotchman answered THOMAS J JAKVlrf Pr lull and ralUbU Isfarwalloi) In recsM ta record 1 'tt and Mark WakAeld pacer, Colt. Und.tr.la tbe Western fulea, Man., iluidei that he had never IiwimI nf Mm ti,,. i Tlio newly npiioiiiteil tejiresentotlveof the trial in 1 to. Jo Klm la l.y M I luio. vn (l,y and loweat apesrtai rab. tor Ttrkeu and lieu.ebold Jewe, la a Alemnder'a AlJallab. !! he by ttyadykr luiriug coiigressinen mxiii after found among Lnitcsl States ut the court ... I)om Second (Heidi u all pasnta Vat rail on Description and l'odlgree - n addreia tm n No 14 Jo l.lmo a lal datu I y Mawbfluo blooil t,r. wlili Idack ni.in and tail, M bands H AUatJr. the leailiair uams of lhfw rmmim..,,!!,,,. innu oi Momiieni birth anil fliiUTsvlxnu. je 4 Inches hl.li, wnh tine t.rle and action. He la Mrawri'i. AUIallah ..lenc.'a Is! dam Mallle.4 l'ai.amjar Ag't Ofaw A Mta4a.tar4 Italliray, Mr. Buck tw the lxwition wns that wus born iu in rth Carolina. His Year J old tbta aprinti. wat atred bjr L'wla i un. by Willie 0 , l.j Koreletjer. I ya Imp i.ieticot U a of Senator Beck. Cpr Bottum; - v.w.nxmor. Jewel. i.e by tbe famous old Waibinc-to- n dam Heslla C . Iy ( iicnlncbaw It is an amusing father was a MethodUt prcaclw, und, like w. Denmark. Klnt dam Minnie hr M (aaiiCi Sd dau Mlnerra llunran. by Imp. Mu.zaH, ithorillustration ' PsViTHrirB-iwV,.- . of the heedless way in mwt of his cloth In that denomination, ery sul- ny nam Lruaanai: aa atu ur otiehl,ra,l.l U'lllla ll a dam Starllskl l.r llalcern; which jHiblic men afllx their signature iby I'lanao are a Ior But young Thmims J. was ambitious, aann Id rfaiuCruckett: lib dam Mr. ralual le old'. kee, and Imp ami ! moral a. Ulswco'a colts and Dary ClsirinnaU. Obk to lwtitious without inipiinng into their and detennined to get an education. He had addle of both eadwta (. toe t. II. mar, pedlfrvs unkooan law Old Minnie, dam ( wm a harness. I bare ttu of bit colli thai trailed l.WU The eimt r may havo meant tlait as n a good etiong brain, and will power enough nd -- eca oolt up to tgd mare yardton axett.yard circle at the rat. ,l 1 19, timed iremium a imal fri-politician In hal never heanl of Mr. Buck, to make lmnelf stu.lyalino at lwtne. In uaa.l - t iMaiai tllj Siaal t... I i.ai l...aa aklwll brd. U (llrant. Huaiotmlle, Ky., without aoy whlclrwould liave bomi the case, for it Is a tins srnv In mastered tin common Imnicho Ibe liluv twelte iiiuea. twine detested unit twie bandllnr I alto Lare another that Is about sa a promUiu lawyer of Louisville that he Is of English, nnd tlttesl himself to enter I'ialuraKS will i lunnaneJ al r'es rood. Here l a combination of tbe beat trottlnit Ineitaleni-- r AMallab Ote. known, though he nlso has considerable rep.Macon collego. This was a Methodist Parltn( with mares lorleita tbe Insurance Leo and riinnlniecraaHis training but trotted on llaleh- - KJtl.vi Ati.toli CvMiUlhtto abas hal but little retalnnl on all culta until aerrlce rtaar(a are piid utation among scientists ns nn entomologist, school iu Viiginla, nt whith preachers' sons nikA'B t rk In llnfla ronhlr. Ivlr.. walab rhtk.it we hand ma a Uitr , lit at lam.l told two teroud loul. aud. it is sold, that Miss Clovplnnd ttmui,,,. wire odtientad olther fi or at reduced rates. SMOeathCnnninchaui be would notJewel :,'isik It len recviidt tbiw, In t It, itlx weckt or twn frwio a grateful heart, which waa DR. SIIRADT. take and ttyt that to and tayt n tnoweu a Hiked In tbe Nanaly.liue. Tessa. Knir.urL. psib. locnint naoaiiHii i ,nr for one that he hat left. Ut us lie thankful tint after all the cen- hfm to ls a student of this branch of science xio grauuaiea here m isw. .ul. tsiidle v. i 10 Hilt frciueutly. He It also a nrl-laUt'tred his annniiitiiiAnt n tlmr l,,. ,t,.i, Young Jams was a private soldier iu al'uoit Inrarlably ihsw t.ddls out our knowledge or Mlrilation, and we desire horae and bit tral wcaiwd this frightful oimiatiou. He sue his hobby fhflhe C't, Ry among the insects of IVru. tho war, en the Confederate hide. At liasatiU his tongue and soft polato. ajil long Pereona wlahlng to brrol will do well tl gii- It publicity thrwugb your coluiuai. uallllea. lo examine lor horte and colli liefore breelln inay he kep thrai, in spit of m iea loarn- - Mr. Buck was born nnd mi'ewl In It,,. Mfc.1, Drury's Bluir, on the James, he was sc elsewbeie. lie Is n lesutiful brown, It', bandi Uv lUiritfutlv llntvi'itt Kii'vu Mjveroiy woutiutsi as to lm dtsabloil from any ins. mero are aspects of tln cas which sippi valley, and beliovos heartily in tho Suffer- hii(b, auperlor aud iuukI. Stand, for the developmeut of nn extcasive trade llf U'oiiinii it lio SrcH Thlitit further lighting service. True to the hnblt susj,it that thero is sucli a thins m Iwio-ttuialliuuiol or lit tht' Nr ll miltI will Sfi-'tthe Mississippi valley and tho nations of learning he had formed when ho iltted Itrit.l It Vitwfttllu alio ttasd MAvittu Colt. scientific. Alwut the middle of April tit nf !S3t uiy JitHtirvn bred on the Paciiie Jack, of South America on the himself for college, in his boyhood days, he Tbltathigh stablestallion will itand thetaiwill; there were those w ho b jgan to tuspsct ami irclt. near McKluney. Ky . ai tny th're c inipletiou of coastPanama canal, now began to study ware facta developing iu the cae be erultlcd to terse marrt at M.irarlan Kallf, N. ('., Nor. U, IMl. that had presumed that thewas to lay tho aud it is ho began this timo. again, it was tho law not bjeu fully told. There was even more it In dus time he was adfoundations JIa. l.xiroa -- "An ouixeof preresulon it for such a trade that ho was appointed. 8S tho Season or $10 to Insure n Lhing At $10 to IliMirc. Rob Mr It IV, handi mitted to tho bar, and commenced the of an air of mystery about Grant's immj-dlatthan a round of cure," and a pound f ' rrejrr. (lot ol cure la letter than a thlp load of argii. brown with mealy note aud a No. his profession. Colt. attendants than leforc. It was renwm-hcreLlko most ambitious meat In younoluiuni. I aaw tota tn. by the IaI, Campbell Jaik.be br ltoldntun t Lattti. The 'ew Coiuiiiiaitliincr of Agriculture. southern young men, ho turned to jwlltioj oi that the general had sail a week ?5 .".n,!,',,.MlM.m'nl 6'"fllHbecalle.l a tlttinir Held for the nnwL nt t.u ...i . Jlradaeld a female llcgulator aod tht won. but derful reiulti from Hi uie, an. I as mr wile Ho was a inembar of tho legislature of Georgia rca "I Iwsin to Mleve I have a chaac " f- J had len a tulTrrer awl an Inralld for wiveral terms, and un elector at large for after al.'." he br Itiin. KortrcUn. l'irtt daiu iallle Lewt, by rxina from prolaptiii and congei. Then eanu the newa thu next dav that state on the Greeley ticket. In 1S75 he Imp. niencoe: 2d dam by Motto, by Imp Ita'cleut, tl.nn.rtlie wotuband painful nienitratloa lie and the doctor, could do br nogooil, I wai tod surprUU h.s.famlly by Joining that it m viecicu a member of tho constitutional .u l uaiu lauy lompKini, uy Auicruau rAii- thetTl X Sth dam iwriuided to trtr the remedy. Ho I tent for luaoheoii. l convention; in 1S79 ho was elected lieutenant lam Katie Ana by Ojle'aUs-ar- ;Kxpedltlon; thYoutiij I it wu whlapsn,! that tut two bottlrt,andthereault waa iha luipror. Maldofthe Oaka, !j Imp governor of tho state, und upon the election Old Maid of the Oaks by Imp otread LaU. iTaiu , Konoial lial nawr- - had auy can or at all, b it od aoiiiurb that I arnt for another parkics Ttb wily a painful an 1 danjemtn a xj in of Gov. Z. B. Vnnco to tho United States dam Annotta. by blurk, sili davu I y ISelton't and abo la now able lo do her household work and gaea atut whererer the plcairi senate ho liecamo governor. In 11 ho wai Itocklnzbam; 'itlidam by True WblK lttlt datu Tiiat, iu short, tin doctors haI Iwm I am totifldent tbe li ermaiienlly cuied. I AND PAPER HANGER. by lUrlor'i Uallant, daui by llunell a liap elected governor by tho wronj from tlw Ur.,t in their dfagnaiis ol oplo by .l.ooc Hntulour; I2tb dam lltb Imp. (Homed, son of tent for a lot i this wonderlul Female lUg. br hU cuso. majority. His term of olllco exnired Jnn s Hautlioy. Norton HatnMetooUii'a lit dam Mary, Freaco Cellini: Taper Ifars.tltso Thoir ovrauxity ulator lo till, und ercry Ixitlle Hut I hare lit jn t'srviai ( j sail tiauiu dlipoal of baa glren complete latltlactlon, lbM. Ho was out of olllco only u few months by Norton, by Obi Lexington. whoie reputation uss had caused them to ma!i aul ncrvou. 1'rn nit tlr At inilaal in. Ordc th mis'aia 1,1 ilnm lie If amltltnnliR. t wnrt,l.wl,l, and thercaullaare In erery case all that the aire 4W-when Prwldout Clorolaud nptwintoj him Btavyqud, Ky, Nollv would nroliihlv l i,i., ..1...1 of a host of successful trotteri. cuuiii uttiirurcii. Ond that this was hotlnj theinwlvM. Duriuj minister to Brazil. With llianl. to lb EntrTltr. which I will also stand at the nice time in i place Uis geiierul'd illnoij, hjtved:. they called my attention to It and to the d have A XO. 1 JACK ! Regulator Co., the proprietors of tbli College. rwrliaps uncomciouily, attain M so much What Tliey Kat In I'ersla. great boon, I am gratefully roura, prominence that thy neivsnaprs protend In every lorgo town cook shops aUund. At SS to Insure. (Irau furnlihed at reaun.V le J. W. Davis. STANFORD. KY. iriS to bo nnxlo'is about 'their Iiiiltu. On ralca. but no rcspunalblllty for escapes or acci P 8. You can ptibllih Dili or not. " U represent-i(VI l,YN. .7. IP.4 wit """t "the ."usiuuwuoie in ovens, nnd iiold dents. as ojiKng at th door ot you tee tit, but for the benefit o I women, ai I luit by slice. The shut-in- ' heiuhi and feet hope you will, Miehouwlti Sixty-dxi- h With a Full Corps of Teachers, street, rlniu th are boiksl separately, aud their proiiarntiou at iiiiiltiignt, uu 1 in luirins Iww Uio Anyone and sale is n trade in itself. Hut the islll.lo aptMjlctM are, and if tliey aro roatiiia Thlilmtltutlon will open lti Fifteenth Heaaton ran write towlodoiibtt the gtnulneai i iof the abore most in fuvor among all classes In Persia U ' Mr. Dasli, who will glre all jurtlcu. on tbe lit Monday In September nut. ""uivi mui, tho kabab. Tliei-- aio two varieties of kabab. Ian. K0RMA.V S. C0LMAX. One is mado from minced mutton, which is Tha new head of the important governmentALL TUK lJKAHCHEa OK A food for cur book containing raluable Inform, al bureau of agriculture is a Jllssourian. Hi "huo icw onions into a jiasto fine tlon e meat, carefully moulded over a Slreof Kratna Manler.ilob Pate, Flrirentluc, Doubt TH0R0UGHENGLISHC0UI.3E cantt.for women. It will be mailed free to annll. wat born, however, at lUchtleld .Springs, N. as J., in H27. Like so many other lealing fckower, toasted over a fierce charcoal fire Ac, Ac, will make the lesion of Hit at uiy sublet TIUrilRADFIELD HF.C.UI.ATOit CO., Are taught, u wall u American men in political life, Mr. Colman ajid sold and eaten hot. This is the kabab of near Stanford, Ky., BoxSS, Atlanta, Oa. wu a teather in early life. Ho at length thehnrar, the delicacy of tho lower classes. M OHIO, THE IiANOUAOEB, QBAU. AT TWENTY DOLLARS. Hut iu I'ersla, at In the rest of tho east 1 law, tud and settled at New Albany, Ind. INO AND PAINTINO. St, Martin la one ol the tuoit dlttlngulihcdtotii Wlilld there he was the buainoM partner ol bread, rice und dates are tho roal food. Per' ulans of all ages are very fond of confection, of Imp Phaeton, winning good racii orer good Hon. M. C Iverr. wlm nfiura.ni. I,..- on and a horseaat ery. nnd are constantly davourin upeaker of tho United States houso of wti. the .......all dlitanret,. all teen fsw of blill colta lilt were at the front . .,.. In The lower-clas- s Persian will eat several ton. turf 1881 wasone oi ino ucai n ut tun iwiiui. In Tultldn, prlcet Ii5 About sis years before tho war broke out pounds of grajies, cucumbers or apricot for year. at. .Martin it tbe lilgliHtt typeuf a tboroinih-Irei- l regular Departmeuu. range from US; to 150 In tn Intermediate i'rltaarr, THEOHLYTRUB 16'f handi blzb, ipten. j...Uj, iuujt ia onions as wo cat apples. .11.11. borne, standing orer .. .. I....I. and Mr. Colman removed tnnnnrin,,.i i,o..,.. nrotiortloD). kind roniblnr 130; Preparatory, StO, and Collegiate, 160. IjuI ft.lrusl hrTflnlan,! auu auitiiv., line Ttttn iiarltai editor. He bought Tho Valley Farmer, I oniegrnnates an I melons are In grout aa 4li A tuv nil Itiwu ul bujiauu titn.l as fowl, nnd tho melons, which run to Phaeton, flrat dam Tokay, by Imp. Yorkihlre; u'. iu St. LuuU, and changed its name to Col' tec or full particulars, aa to Board, Ac, ad ireii in weight, aro very nutri- ond dam Mist Martin, by Oarrlfnn's Zlnganee, man's Rural World. It is still published, and lctirtcou tious. Cuctiinliers aro looked on as a fruit, Hon ot mr Arcnj); intra nam uatiriciu oy eir Mllfs. N. V. TltUEllKAIlT, I'rllielix.l, Stanford, Lincoln Co., Ky, is authority on farm and garden matters Arcby; fourth dam Calypao, by DeUIr: flftU data throughout the southwest. Mr. Column it and are out n In largo quantities by rich and (dam of Contention) by Imp. Dare Derll, ilxth poor. They are not indigestible. Sr'oven dam 8y.net' Wlldalr; terrntb dam ricnJIIla, br sole owner and editor. It is n very prosier-ou- s iKiunds' weight may bj had for a halfpenny. Halt A Macklln's Fcranaught: eighth darn (lodnl- pajwr, which sjwaks well for tho new ninth dam by Imp. iioblnob; tenth dam by commissioner. A liinn who lins inmml f,,i Uraiios inintlnito vniiety and of the most Fhln;Jolly Hanger; eletenth dam by Imp. Valiant n, delicious kinds, .. from tlm hm-.- i i..n - ...-- . twelfth dam by Tryall. Thus It la teen that Ida honorable privnto business huccessfully al the is Uol laenrlrhed from tho same fountain that wat proper iierMiu to bo trusted with public which measures two incliw, to tho tiny ItEV. J. NKIVMA.V. Lexlnuton. the srrat race borae nnd ercateit of sweet ns honoy to the taste, Tlw Ui'votod piutor was tlrp.. arnl fSionrfie. Vnrkahlr and Phaeton re. figure airairs. The curds or niaht is aimply made by ndd- - nowne.1 In the lurl hiitorlea. I hare put bit E. H. BURNSIDE, among tlw grotij) who no faithfully FACTS HECAROIMQ JIi1' c'olmaa is a ,nan of mark in MUsourJ. attended at the low figures to oblige my friends ntiJ been for sevoral years prosldont of iiignf,iiiulliKiitloiiof the rennet or el-- i old rin(? he,' ' tL" torriblo ordeal to i3i. Dr. liclgbliora and lojuitlfy breeders at n dlitaoce In Iron curds to wanned milk; in a few hours It the fctate PrtMs aociatlon. During the war - Known litoh lie was recently subjected. take .Srouldug into n mass, the cream on the top. If cntcn rending to him, Innd would Hand a few good wares This Old and Well It will purify and cnrlrh tho DlOOD.rsuubt', ottho ,Wiri he ient in watching, tho Itovl ho wa. a Union man, and lieutenant-colone- l on tbe iharei will alio nt the same place Hotel Still Maintains lb- - LIVtRinid or a militia regiment. Ho has been n mem. tho first day, it is like u Junket; if allowed to my combined horse. vr. ewiiian wiys. ..Th() Kenorni.s enflVIOOK of YOUTH! In ull WM bet' Of tho ! High Roputation, remain It si', in- - llMilu-lifi.ij 'llntlir mill .VU.VItlliJiU ..,. nny lime. beconicw hour, nnd will keep good .. lln,,f.,i iiuai. nf .... i ii . re KiMinvufiriiiliiaiiil iilli im! iiimiCI olici-l.ilii In this sour suite it is preferred AND Wimlnl nor or Awake nda,Wp iikB he wa. mudT Ho "as tUe nrifinntm. Iblil. I.Slk III Sltnyli. i., , u.. I. ,j,.i.... of t b"e ......... .. i.i. jii an miixmii it,,,,. JJmoiallmghiactimiw.gns. ThUwa, nat ,he ,tatti, ,.'oa.r: ' of .r,cii,turef unit Ilia nnd is cafon with lioiwy, sugar or grape Its Fropriotor is Dotermined thai a,iiiii iiiiiiui "i pi. UU iIn i Hi-- ,ill. i,n And my Norman lwric, kugar. Eggs Iwilod hard nnd tlved n mv inu.rici Hill of tueMiiwouri Horticultural society. it Shall be Second to no Country tho mind and s.ipnlli s limlii llt... u,,u'" , . color nreinuehcuteuj fomo-i- to .10 can bo new cor inilssionor ine Hum all contplalnti lu"i ,K" u is very highly Hotel in the State in its Faro. Ik, iSlj (LJ It L- - O l(i thought of in tlis locality In which he Is beat had for (Kl. Thoao things, then, form tho ill about tho guut struggle. H,; " Appointments, or Attenn. HAUTURf IJJ0N TONIC a U -- AT Xedy chnp ami varied diet of the working clauses. Ho will bring much practical huown. atoppwl lilm in tlie middle of an euro. itKltMail .r i.ml li.ulil,) ouipliiiiii to Comfort of tion undertoWttH IJcsf, loo, fg cutcn by thorn; uevtr by the TO IN.SMKi:. $12.30 knowledge to bit- post. ta put his mniory and llAIITIkll their Ouests. IlloV 'luL I. tliul lliiuuiltallllllliti ell to do. Hrtlll tlftll ftMail iiiimiii-- t all 1taaVan"llalal rltti.f. , tall itiannawiv t. . ""' ' riirnsdlliaal toniitluutil to ux 1.1, niWPy,u7to lmt AMU VUU HADE MfSEltAHIR I- .- T.i no"'" responsibility for accidents should any occur. Ji l.0,,llB0'l'l'il .glloocuriKtihiiuiirVleallL not IltgKage nlllbe coureyed tn and from tlio de .. ul i uot miib oiimhSai; am. IJmt Y.Z. ., "" "'vmeiiu nnd bal- - tltn. Coiiatiiullnri. ntirlrirt.. I . .. ,. ' appeui, BHILOH'S CATAKIIII l'.KMRDY. a radtira ibbb, 'itri rIso hare for salo 17 yearling Mules and IS frienf ehargo. Special accommodation .T .:. . un iliaiiiiiiuoiui want nil tn Ontr.cierclal Trarrlera. The liar villi Um, and hi3 cureforCntarrli.nyphtbtrlit ami Cinlcir Mouth. t bote i uhbrad Calres Sarullof ktraovsand iu.rl Ini always ".applied with the clijlctit S. II. JlAVGllJljiX, For mle by reuDy A MeAIIalcr. Or. HAnTEn'a Iiioii Tonio is ron Sub ov'ali gtanArd, Ky, 4M.ir brandi af Mason nnd Clxari. .&$. JflHa FREE! .r.l,. .,u,. gon-era- jt ON TIME Ulbsr. (, ca wssk r GILT EDGE! Kentucky's Itouto East t f 1 Il , lirn-tlric- , A SOLID TBAIN WASHINGTON CITY. e -- ttl STEVE WALKER! Mambriiio King, Jr. s i . atani-Initi- ex-G- 1 ,v, ti. mmm: i . .. '.:.. atal-Ho- jrra l,olit n r I iS5ISSIPPI 1. ar -- gt, St. Louis & tho West a MTraine 1 -- ., in, U b-l- h m ?& &1 TMIOg-JarK- I, DBC3S1703Xr! I U'il. Ji'rt:!:; O. te"M. k. .... Mam-mo- ihu, Fnst Timo Snro noolions i"j -- (i-- m SECOND JEWEL Abdallali Glonco! s I.l-lu- uad-r.lfn- 4. is, i niogt-aiu'- Ch. h",. rt-- pur-IKii- Jel, Par-tin- GltATlTUDE! Han-dolp- I ., t. s.ixninar, ii - -o Norton Hamiltonian. 1 . oo 333"fc nVflC'JESlrosr 1 e prae-ticoo- d -r X. .r. ItONLKY, t. HOUSE PAINTER! at. ! I a t( -- . Stanford Female Hrad-iltl- F ..-j 1 ,; do-to- Stallions for 1885. I hau-uig- ST. MARTIJK. rcpre-seatntlv- -- -- TERMS MODEKATE. Tcar-uiui tl A IRON Mfi . MYEES HOTEL, its sul-tan- 1 icr-ric- STANFORD. KY. Propr TONIC U KIOra-EVS.nnAtnict.ti-.liulUn,.i aitrti-rlii- ,,,, u Jlu-oiir- .TOE ABOAXiXaAII, - r ln'-ini'u, . blok PHIL SHERIDAN, a ' - t- - .TT.i. tnMZJ 1 .!.-.- (,,, ? .., ,.." i ...r.,nlnnriu wi.ALsr,s I