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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885051501 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. Stmt VOL. XIV. Tettav ' & Itiimof lonfn Wf STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1885. NO. 21v. 3M0WUMMiam able to satisfy its curiosity; the parlor furniture might ba rep, brocade or hair for Gen. Frank Wolord, all the7 knew; they wondered if heaflecled l pictures or etatuary and what it all meant ! ninf Frltlav daughter. Minnie, of Columbia, arc now on An Entortaining and Instructive lubllthrd a vieit to friends end relatives in Liberty at Story, anyway. 8U.OO X331l AIV3VU31 and BUrr0undinB country. For many years Dripping Springs has been a favorite Mose, the negro boy, was not able to inT. 0 JaBjiereold to Walker Lyon? ono Written Exprossly for tho Interior Jour- form them on this .'point. The rooms, he summer resort. Its waters have always been remarkably paid atrlctly In adrancc. It we hue to Whin fine pair of thrjo year-olwork mules for welt anr time. 8'J.no will be cbirRod. declared, were never entered excepting one nal, efficient in their curative powers. The analysis recently 1300; also 11 heifers to John where the Dr. slept and took his meals, made by James A. Flexner, shows it have one of the W. P. WALTON. y MIB3 MIIiDKBD LBWIB. II Johnson, of Marie county, to ho delivered and the kitchen. Stephens, the woman, (!) finest medicinal combinations ever found in a mineral the lit of July nt .1 cents. David Elliott had a room up stairs over tho kitchen, the PARKSVILLE, DOYLE COUNTY . sold to Etntnclt MeConuack 11 head com spring. Especially is Jt recomended as a tonic and But if ever a heart needed to be brave other parts of the house were always lock-eZ and hopeful Henry's did, as day by day he appetizer and for all forms of dyspepsia and general paw mill of Wenlerfield mon cattle at $3 The stave and On a hurried trip wo mvlo to Liberty followed the plow and came home at night Xi Ilawllnna .'t tntlea nnnth nt llili til.ro "Yes," he told them, "the doctor waa debility, and as a powerful alterative. on Monday we found business apparently weary of mind and body to take up ha pretty much like other men in some things, wai burned Sunday morning at 8 o'clock, Wm. M. Doorcs, M., D. Crab Orchard, Ky. wm x.u studies, he ate at regular times, read and wrote a alao several Ihouund staves and a lot B. Ramsey, M. D., Garrard County, Ky. -family were on a visit to Kus snd Elward studied also, sitting quietly by good deal and waa pretty generally busy lumber. The fire is suppled to haTe I'ierce C. T. Spilman, M. D., Paint Lick, Ky. .. -. his hrotherV side, until the tltxen head attending to his businesr; he slept some originated in ft cook room. There was dok feeble stato of health and the town teemed would drop on Henry's knee and he would too. He didn't talk much, neither did Insurance and the Iom falls heavily on For fifteen years, myself and family have been visiting sleep. Stephens, 'twas a dull place for a colored these gentlemen and is a heavy blow en romnwhat lonesome. Mrs Blle Floyd ba. been on the sick "Go to bed early to night, brother, you gentleman to live, hut the doctor paid him Dripping Springs during the summer, and have returned this mill for mny libsren wtndapmd on for some time. Mrs Green Stapp, of look tired," Henry would sometimes say regularly and well." each time gratcly improved in health. Its wonderful work to mike their support. They have list is yery low. Mm. Jt IT when the chsir was drawn up close to his. "He's a mm witch though; I bear him a nni i tt.til .Si'hir Iht will rjaKilttil nr Cirventer' creek, waters cured me of a severe case of dyspepsia. I prot lufferlntc ex- Short, of the same vicinity, "I would rather sit with you if you will muttering to himself and he looks at me ool nounce it one of the finest mineral springs in the world. Miai LriU . Pal Hip died at the cruciatlnir pains from a malady the seat of let we." sometimes so," twisting his face into a H D. R. Moore, Shelby City, Ky. "Of what are you thinking when you eit hideous leer, "arter which I allera makes home of Mrs. Market Kirkland on the which is in the knee, thouch ita particular and look so long into the fire?" North Rsllinj Fork Monday morning nature has not yet been determined. a cross mark and says my prayers. When Thirty years ago I was under the treatment of Dr. John Three frostiin sucsesjion have choked "01 what a great man you will be some I see him feeling on top a gate post or In Amherst county, Virginia, She was Craig, Sr., of Standford, Kentucky, for very serious liver in the year 1799 and moved to Girrard the btans and other garden stuffs when not day, and how people will love you." about a tree I never goes near 'em for three "People don't always love the great,'' days. I don't want no spell on ma." . county when quite small. She joined the covered up. Serious apprehensions have disease. By his advise I spent a season at Dripping Christian church and was immersed by been felt in regard to the fruit, hut from said Henry smiling. What was to become of the old man's Springs and returned home entirely cured, and it gives "But they will love you," said the little money when he waa dead? was a question llaccoon John Btutth, then moved to this examinations at this writing no datnegehaa me pleasure to bear testimony to the efficiency of its county where she lived until her death. yet been discovered. There has been a boy, "and you will he happy." which the public couldn't decide, neither 01 wonderful waters. She has at iny relatives la your county and thaw in the river, but no accidents have It may have been the delicate constitu- could It betray or encourage him to talk J. W. Newland, Garrard County, Ky. Tuesdty af- - happened from drifted Ice as far aa wo tion or the different disposition or the un- about his own affairs. in Garrard. She wai burieJ common development in the older, but ternoon, after a funeral discourse by Eld. have learned. The beggar had the door shut coldly in Twice in my life I have gone to Dripping Springs in C. E. Simpson, L'ncle John Wesley there seemed to be a great diflerence In the his face, if you Jno, Brewer, cm call a door shut which very poor health, and after a short stay each time, Squire 0. S. Caldwell died at hit home and several others have lost a number of ages of these boys. was never opened more than half an Inch, near Mitchellsburg Monday morning at fQe milk cowa from some unknown ailment There is nothing sadder than to see youth when a pair of cold blue eyes looked out returned entirely cured. 10 o'clock. He hat been a magistrate In lately. It seems to attack them soon after cheated out of its legitimate R. M. Argo, Paint Lick, Ky. right to and a hard voice bade them to take themthis end of the county for many yors, waSCilving when seemingly doing well and youthful pleasure, by oppression or sor- selves away and work and save as ho had a grand son of Goy. Slaughter, deceased, runs its course In a few hours, always tcr row, to have every youthful feeling or and they wouldn't be obliged to beg. These DB. W. B. PENNY. ' Mr. John Spring makes an affidavit that and brother of Mr. W. L. Caldwell and mtnallng fatally. Dr. Weiley made a post yearning crushed out or repressed by words of advice coupled with the pleasing DontlHt, was used by a utica news 8TANF0RD, KENTUCKY. Ksr. It. II, Caldwell, of this county. He mortem examination of the one loit by hli abue. But to s;e him suddenly converted epithet of "lazy beggar" were followed by his photograph paper in the production of a. portrait of a Offlce on Lancaster street, seat door to Iimft-sio- k was 77 years old, a mm of much ictluence, ' father, but found nothing wrong. Perhapi into a man by a load of responsibilities something more material in the form of a JocR.vaLotQce. Office noted murderer in Virginia, and Spring v. and 1 to S p. at. Anesthetic!houn from 8 toll a. sdmtnliteral whan a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian some reader of the Jouiinai. can enlighten from which he does not shrink, or a fervid boot-jacif they showed any inclination has sprung a libel suit on tbo editor, lay neceuarr. 151-- 1 jr. ' cbureh and noted for his many christian the people of Middleburg upon the nature aim is altogether a different thing. It to argue the thing. lng his damages at $1,500, which, under gives to the brow a sterner look; a deeper virtue. He letvei savsrtl children to of the disease and its remedy. "A misanthrope," said bis genteel neigh- the circumstances, may be considered among Wr wish we could deaden over the line significance to the speech; to the presence bors. "A mean old thing," said the other cheap. mouM over their irreparable From my prttnlica at McKlnney, about a wwt them Mrs. Cipt.Sim Bme anl Mrs. W. and yote for our friend, V. E Grubbs, of something which challenges our admira- kind. FHKE JJIST1UI1UTION-- . ilnce, a Sorrel Jlovu, with Tery heavy mane 0. Grlnsteid, wifeof Prof. Grinstead. The Boyle, after reading the following in the tion and respect. Children coming home late would leave "Whit canoe the great rush at Mcftobert & and tai not so heavy, left hind toil whits axd two burial wai at Pmyvllle Tuesdiy afternoon. ' AJceaU: "I regret very much the ncwu'lty The days parsed, leaving behind them the the road and take a long way across the itapj'e Drug Storo '" The free dlitrlbiit Ion of rmnple little whltt trots on right Jaw. Any Information Cuiigh an J Lung Sj rnj, the concerning hlru will be rrannably compensated. '"ehVa Uw' bul field rather than meet the old man as he bottlci of Dr. BoanVo' l'1' fruition which days well spent will give. c!ow,ef populur remedy fur Coughs, Coltli, "tisiimiitlsn teutiary-o- ver Address me at McKlnnry, Ky. one half After doing his work at the house, Ed- came in from some solitary ramble. His mott taierl.r JeW. T tb. Miter ot tlzoCO and llrttHhltl uow on the market. JIILTOX ItEVOZ,9. there for stealing leu in value than ward would go to the field where Henry orchards and fields were safe from all in- rent ami 1.0O. St. ManVa Saw .Iilm, Hut Gap, ISSo -- We lake ti,l opportunity 550, and whose prosecutiona rot the State was nnd follow him up and down until trusion, for not even the most reckless, May 12ih, nnually over $300,000, to say nothing ol quite exhausted. While they rested in ne'er lad, had the courage to ecale FOR SALE, to thank you for your k.i.t ae4 express-- 1 th vast cxpen-- e this class are to the coun-you- tho shade Henry would read or recite to a wall or cut his way through a hedge. I will dcllTer Ici to rrgu'ar customers In S tin lord ( ago In ed in an editorial notice a l verj morilrg at andnclnlt A DESIRABLE DWlULIKd AND 8T0BE-bous- i) valuable paper and alio to thoe other '7 nd State after oonvlction- -I am firmly him, but here their tastes differed ai wideThe Dr. had a way of turning up at odd Heat buitnris location in tba combined. is the ly aa tboir Matures. whlpplng-pos- t or apONE CENT PER POUND times and when least expected, which place. A birgaln csn be hid I y addre-aln- g estimable gentlemen of Stanford and else-- convinced that the accoutta due at the dole of each month, or Henry's eres would brighten and his coupled with his mmners and Mose's sto- plying atonce to T. JT. VmtlSTtillHOS, where, who have helped us for our welfare osly economical solution for our present 12 Jin McKicney, by. when customer nulls. crowded penltenti.ry. and if it becomes a nostrils quiver over eome fine passages from ries, caued the boys to look upon him with Jt. E. IhlltROW. in the saw mill businesr. We comminoed on the n'xt 'e"ion of U,e Legislature, Homer, Shakespeare or Milton, while Ed-i- s a kind of superstitious awe, which must the top of the knobs some two months a?o ' ,0 lhe Ux l,aTe" of ,lbo anl liked best some sweet selection from have pleased the Dr., for one urchin dewhen you named us two enterprising En- - w11 nl onl' State an enormous expense, but Us adop-hone- Kelts nr Barns. Jovt's mtjestic nod and clared that he had seen him at such a time glishmen who were trving to obtain an I OrrostTH Coobt-Uous- k You tion will enable the State to pay ofT its speech, tin; cra.hof Mar.' armor, the war, turn ofl and chuckle. living in the "Mill Batlnc-ia.DANVILLE. - - - KENTUCKY", -additional rage and envy, exceedingly human qualiCJUouisvim MiwatBaNTCHicAto"Rr((9- Wav up in a garret at the Dr.'s house, were correct, Mr. EJilor, and we thank you !""" nt inilblednw without an Meals are strredtt all hours. Oauie always on taxes." ctnl-oour l'sent ties of Homer's gods, awed, wearied and among old broken trunks, sofa, cobwebs most cordially for doing so, but we regret l' season, flb, and alm-iland in Through Coachos and Pullman hinddelicaciesits er red inoysters fresh and on abortar hospitable disgusted him. Shakespeare's fine thoughts and dust hung a picture with its face alall styles A few days since nt the to have it to say that damaging and libel- Stooping Cars notice. Lookout for the sign "Woodbine Heatau.-run- t" ous reports, emamting from people in rl residence of Mj G W. Sweener we met and strong buman passion eeemed far re- ways turned to the wall; a full length porand call when you are hungry. From ' a .. Wo moved from his own heart. "The little F. W.JlASOMtEXMKtl val mills, and others concerned in lumber the veteran Geo. Frank Wolford. trait of a young man, tall and slim, with CanTlUe, Kjv Fountain" as Mr. Carlylo calls Burns tapering waist and pointed shoes; some- Louisville lo Chicago, trafluupin these part, as to our personal were aitoniehei to fiad him, coniidering , thing that bespoke the parlor elegant writoharacter, and the depreciation of our his a?e and the harJMpi ia tltnn past he was a friend and refreshened his soul. Cluciunuti to Chicago, After months and years of labor and ten all over him; a smile In the blue eyes has gone through, so well preserved. Time lumber and sh'njles, trying their level best ' Iniliiiuupolla to Chicago. to prevent them in and aroind SUnford to appears to have dealt lightly with him In economy, enough bad been saved to pay and on the handsome, beardless lips, the bur from us bv contemntibU means, our regard to public men and measures he did E J ward's tuition at the male school in light touching the wavy hair, the stamp of happy nature over the face. men and hauling, logging, &c, slopped ' not seem inclined to badrawj out, but we Danville and Henry, who had read law for a .t-STANFORD, KY., .ItvaMltnn S. ... THROUGH TIME TABLE t .iT., I. !. from working for ui, In ftct cooipletelv niaue no speuiai ruun iu mm uiitniuui along time without a teacher began to Thai's not the Dr , the miserable, hard man Represents the Best and most Prompt-Payin- g and the Mtior look for the best means of getting a finish- down stain; no it isn't but it used to bo. Via Louisville: Boycotted in every way. W are sorry to For some time, however, he rates are very loir. Giro nlm. a fashl call. ing or polishing, either under the managehave been the ciue of annoyance and re- gave in entertaining reminiscence jof It was very like the young Dr. Cligney, Lve. LoulsTllle I 7 45 a ni I '1 40 p ia S SO a m I 3 SO p ra ion, scene', habits and the people in the ment of rome capable man, or a school if who had just received his diploma from Arr. lafiyotte gret that we cianot a we wnii to, work I 3 20pm I 8 00am " Chicago harmoniously with thee people. We em- early days of Cissy county, how tho best possible. the University and was the darling of soVia Cincinnati.- He waa told that a couple of lawyers had ciety in B , but not like the one who sat DEitKR IS ploy no agents mr mn tnveliog to sell for men in the cvintry in those days dressed in ring, streaked and striped chestnut oak charge of a school in Lexington, not a law before his low fire down stairs musing in Lrr. Cincinnati us, that builness we do directly for our V 3D a in 16 45 p m Farming Implement Twine Binder, Reopen, 11 ?n p m 12 45 p m birk died jeans and fringed huntin; ahirta achool in tho general acceptation of the a tnlitary way; the fire so low and room bo Arr. Indltnanolls Movers D tmettie Stmnij Maehine iC , alto Wm J. Foote, stives, Youw, &:., 8 go p in Chlcagn 0f5ani how the fineit girla term, just a modest way of making a genJhiggie, Carriage Phaeton ami 2'ennotee Gno WnncLEii and linen breeihe: of coming night you dark with 'Dallyt Dally excfrt"tliy. went to meet.ngi and prtiei barefooted teel living, nt the same time offering real coulJ scarcely ete liim. Farm and Spring Wagon. BapTwo ladles applied to the Southern carrying their she And s'.ockingt in their advantages to young men who Laln't the the Pe sure your tlckMa tU Presently Stephens came in bringing a prices belcre Call a'd exatulno my stock mul tist Convection, now in reuion at Augusts, I will giro y. u ;igod barhands to prevent war and teir, and imme- limns or inclination topitroniza Harvard, lamp which ch set on a ttble, then silent-l- v buylui; Uewhfie Ga., for admission as lay delegates, and gain. Othceat W. It. llligtut' Ware MONON diately before retching ihoir destination the University of Virgiula, or any other tsoouis on Mini street hecan laying the table for one. This were reluied, on the ground that the dsy They also expensive institution. And leaving him to finished she brought in a tempting, hot sup- (L. N. A. A C. H'y) ns it is tho quickest, the Le.t went aside and put them on and most dirtt line to Chicago .uid joints for that. When will it arhas not nrrived to :uv; Ht.,'.r;i the liver must ee kept in order. in the Nortbweu. related many amusing fiiticuflj, encouotc b arrange it to his satisfaction let na take a per, took her place behind the chair she rive? Women support themselves in every Tltkets via tho Motion Hsute tu va'c at all prindays of the look at some of their neighbors. 96 of the old oitiziua beford the had placed and said lacomically, "supper, cipal tlclet otbcei1. For rales, maps aud lull Information, addrent pistol and bowie kulfe. In comparing tho master." the CHAP1EK III. the pros and can go to .1" case and put P A., Chicago. WM S. BALDWIN, , ., . fash ons nnd people of those days when , ... .. ., . . , Dr. Cliguey took his eeat al the table A.J.O'KfclLIA'.G a A , loulstllle HECLUSK. THE wan . .. . . . . trrkervand corruntiou In hlcli life and ate his supper in silence, and in silence "Ho looki a ho were UlneJ ' . and transcribe their notes wrie short-hathe exreption and njt tho rule, it wa not With wttchtaj hli own goM; She was a the woman waited on him on the type wntei; they are capable tele-- 1 favorable to thoie of the present day. Not a fi lend hath he nor VludreJ nor familiar." rather large, Btrong, woman, IlilH & MISSISSIPPI II. best teachers Yery graph operator; they are the Milan 11. ' Dr. -- Whila enjoying older than her mister. Her eight years our young people have; they are merchanle Theie can scucely bs found anywhere a eon had been ralet to tho young Dr. Clig.Tho Direct Koute to De, of M.ddlebur on Tuesday and clerks, mechanics and sewing girH; I prettier country than that which eurrounda ney, and when he died Stephens had taktn they support themselves, their children, morning ho ehowed me a ekull and detailed wan Danville. Beautifully undulating, dotted his place and had remained with the Dr. and many, many times their drunken,! to melts history as far as known. It of a female and finely formed. It had with handsome country residences, sur- ever since. She was sincerely attached to af lucu if rLl.rrCoiiptttilfSiiillllictiiudbTaTerpMm-UI- I Northwest and Southwest by the way of worthless husbinds. They aro the stead-- 1 that a I1L tcr,i Dripepul. ComllnMloD. MllourMat Jan-- i bulWt tola square through the rounded by stately oak; large farms divid him and perhaps, was the only person who .lli'!'l.o, I tura,Khcnml!im,Hc. ItrtrulUt I''ln faat, earnest friends and supporters of thai JLOBIS VlfiliE or CINCINNATI. t ibo li. l "d. ana lrtDcth.nl h inim, hedge rows or fence; pur- was. The bone was fractured where ed by well-Ujtnlii!iMl.l.lHIN.YHEDinr.. TTir jiniltctTntlmw Its most beau- - temple. church; Us strongest pillars, till uu Us rtpnuUc. wa, first found by ling streams, whose course the tender wilLeTlnj Chattanooga tor Lou-ii"Has any one been here to day, All ffunnn Urine and Cinclnnul makell tlful columns. They were first at the tfaa ballet eima out. It JL lainS a short lane In the hi la low marks. Here and there aiked the Dr., who had himself direct i ounection at those points with the Light' Cum and last at tho Gme. Will the ome person about 5 yeaM ago nlng Express on the Ohio A Mississippi for tit between Carpenter's and Brush Creeks, surprises you, edged with ouhy eime, a been absent. Southern Baptist Convention tell ua when Louis and all points West. came ever this 1 r TTnttnf. Only from Loulstllle or Clncln-JLsome suggestlveness of nice walks and try.ting "Mr. Green, the miller, our mothers, oui wive, our ilsterp, ouri This person took it home and kept it Lsvel, splendidly kept, plkea morning; they are building a church at C places. nUtUo uatl to St. Louis, being two hours d who daughtera wiilhtve reached that eubllmt. time, but for the sake of hU wif quicker thin any other line, giving our passengers traversing in eyery direction; gleaming and he wants you to help " time for meals and first choice of seats in trains ya W bi1 "ithaach a ghastly epestaale state which will justify their admission going West. white through tho green country. Every'What did you tell him?' which always at hand, ho took It and concealed it into the councils of an initltutton 12 Hours by some where au air of thrift and love of the beau"That you were not at home; then he (lie going by wayQuicker they have done more, and are doing more, , & thicket. Here it wa, found vf Chicago. hunter and It fell into tho hands ot an tiful. The moat fastidious taste must be said that he would come to morrow." to sustain than all the other human beings who made professional use of it, pleased; a suitable surrounding for au am"Ahl that is right; always refer them to on arth? It would be Interesting to know IrUhman me; I'll answer them and be glad to do it i,. n,t. ,.,.mtii0n?.l n,nm.ni Jn I.. he having some pretention to phrenology bitious and handsome little city. Alwayi makes A short distance across the country from too. If a man has skimped and saved a The Irishman bicomlng tired of it threw half of women' is to begin.-LoulsCon stood a large, gray, little money the world wants to show him it into the river. After remaining there the "gabled cottage," Times. Gsher-m- ei. stone house, whoso windows were always how to spend it. A church, IndeeJI A It is announced that the illustrations some time it was seined out by some With all Lines at FACTS RECARB1HQ It thon cams into the possession of closed and by its grum and selfish aspect it place in which to act the hypocrite, and alone in Harpd's, during the past year, cost over eighty thousand dollars. marry people when you had better hang St. Louis and Intermediate Points. XJJtTlS. Dr. Dye. Is it not significant that this reminded you of some ogre castle, Er.lhrlrcnTcniiv Twaa the home of an old man by the them, before they wish to hang themselves. horrid object will not remain hidden and Gt CUUI2 I'Olt I'lblCs. No Ferries! No Onuiilms Trait It will purify and enrich tho oiiu OOD, regulate hkstoiik 11IK of Cllgney, a retired physician, who A church fortootb, I never so to chuicb; ti. tlUCRaiid KIDNEYS, ferH! '' like the ghost of Bincho will not dow? name VlUm ere freau't'y rr,"lHl l')' a ,c'" tf nnd viOOltor VOUTHt In all ll.oa . rtulimml ..'lll'lrll TONIC , years, dume'renulrlmny Does it not suggest that aomebodv some lived alone in the ureat house or nearly I havn't hen in one for twenty-fivItitlie liacl.-- IMns and lowfr 'irt of the aUlumfii, pecurt i III! litlll WillllUI AllVlilB.IIIUIKCI Connections mado In Union Depot, tit. Louis, .i :.. i .. i. ..( s.r. null. (..it... us iitu is I earning ttiopAtlent to tuptwlili-uiamon!Icttoofficial or cltizm of Cassy county -- has alone, an old woman servant, whom he had not sincM tlmi Kccured time" with trains of lines going West, Northwest and Willi liumi! lUlo and wuilinul results. inurxeu fines, (it tlrt I.IJn.js or nrtslilortng orin. At tlni, neglected his du y in ns'er investigating brought there with him many years before, He had finished his supper and was walk Houthwctt. going West to auy point, rail on or muscles uidiHrtrarvwUiniiwrurviN Lullvens IVttt-r- . II you are the mind and tiilU Drainirniii nil complaints )niitanuof Imllgnitlou nro jirrwnt, a (lAtuUnr), a negro boy who attended to his hone nnd liU slowly up and down the room, his witto to tho undersigned. sutltiiiiK utHuitit.! of tho ttunmili, etc A moUtiir, like the mattei? ! tiO tmullni tolhtli nxwiitnud it L. A For lull aud reliable, Information In regard to DR. HAIITEIVH ITtON TONIO n N.fc ami P dy garden and carried the neighbor exsgera-te- d hands behind him Stephens had taken UlMgrwobta Itcliln. lMiilrotkn, '" I.inJ, Ac , lo tbo Western States, Maps Guides JUST AS GOOD. accounts of the Dr'is. eccentricities, his vnaated rhalr at the table and lowest special rates tor Tickets nnd Household tltr Bfltliiit vurm, li n Mrry common uttriulnut. HMiy tell yot. the) lute Mbiij un.i rujiuluus Goods to all points West will on or address tM at one to tit Ullifl, Ultline nii.l Itclitnj IMI were the only members of his f tmily. TO BB CONTINUED IN OUU N.E.VT G. II. ALhOP. reuimllu fur Couyht sail I'old. wjuul In merit ml In iiivlliitlim of lr ItoMako's Pile l!mJy, which oct Ityof tlieorliiln I --li ) on ernetl; Juir n 1HJI Passenger Ag't Ohio A Mississippi Hallway, Why ho had bought such a large houte I)r. tho ohl i!n 101 ITU lun nt utllm Or.lOIN'AL A. foJ UarrodsbHnr, Ky Mrt alfttJ, aWotblng tli" n.ry reelect Juit .Hrett til4") th Marsh Adams, the author of "Old milfw you lnl.t and ho nicely furnished just to shut himW. W. PEA IiODY. W. . HH ATTUC, ultuylHU the lutenM Itchluc Mil aBetli? n llownho Ctmli sml I.MR3 S3 nip, TMiuor., lift waa.. lor uur n ni. AXMrJd"toTu Agt, e"'l remetly nnit will take no utlxr.yoti ere Pres't and Gen'I Man'gr, rn-fupon Fallof lrup-aliiiaiHit cure. I'rko SG fnt. AJilreti tl Dr. ikble thisbe greetiy tleeeliwl. Price, 99 cut euj self up in was something people couldn't Black Joe," the rendition of which made C. W. l'A IltS, Central Passsnsr Agent, Oil. HARTana Iron Tohio IS fv.. GA..t bt'AU' to oM by Jteltob. Cincinnati, Ohio, llknlo MeJUlue Co., 1'itua, OUU "' understand. Tho public had never been him f tuious, died at Indianapolis of cancer. DCALCRS IieRYWHEFlC nniUWHTK ANO Mr. SALCM, LINCOLN COUNTY. THE BROTHERS. So-ria- d ld b .. d. H H of'" "Ww.in .- h k 1- '' i &' bn H H A 0 J k ''', JhaTtolZhZ. r. 'r T C I 19-- St do-we- ' r PRIYATELY. ICE! ICE! ICE! 1'J-- tf 1 I J " Masonlieimer's Restaurant n Val-clus- FIRE INSURANCE. I N.T. HUGHES, I I - ROUTE, rl tl ' 1 .. , (MMM1 ,,.,,, 1 raw-bone- d I St. Louis & tho West OuWOi I'T-- I ys5) ?'' al-e- JonaKV O. &M. ville Fast Time and Snro neotions WOEhilC iMcr t rs. ul ' cttii MZf (1 W. Mi by lit HoUrU Stus. , Cleveland has made hie old law part There is a crying need in Lancaster ner, Bis'ell, Collector of Customs at Buf- just now for dwelling houses. The defalo. mand exceeds the supply by a decided malion. Bayless V. Ilanna, recently ap. jority and if some of our nionled men Tho Boginning of an Interesting Lot iav-sfurd- , May 15, 1885 Ky., ter from Him. pointed Minister to Persia, Trill be tram would build a few nice cottages tbey could ferred to the Argentine Republic. be rented for sums that would yield a good AtiWATS VKAIKINU THE X.UKI). Since it has become koown that Hon. per cent, on the money invested and would W. P. WALTON. Jag. Blackburn will not be appointed Col- also prove a blessing to the many families "FiiosrEcr Point," Landodh, N. In- lector of the too small to who are cooped up lhavnta Don't Lie The taxable prop Oen. Jaa. F. Seventh district of Kentucky, accommodate them.in rooms dia, April 1st. 1885. RobinBon, former applicant erty of Lincoln county including railroad has Dear Interior: i'esterday, after writhis application. Mr. W. S. Watson, who left Lancaster property amounts to $5,847,714, according Mies Martha. Debask, a young lady, a year ago to accept a position in a drug-hous- e ing my last, hasty communication, Will, to the aeecsjuicnt of 1SSJ, and the polls Mario and I mounted 3 "dandies" and set living with her parents near Rose Hill, Va., at Atlanta, Ga., is here visiting rel33,403. had a quarrel with her lover. She tied a atives. Master Jesse Sweeney and Mr. E. out, not to hunt a house, but to find the 811,693 00 Tutu property at 20c house -- On poll, at 11 each 3,403 00 heavy stone about her neck, jumped in Sweeney are ill of typhoid fever. It la re- By the dear LORD had selected for us. tho way, the difference between the 1,000 00 Clinch river and was drowned. Income from turnpike! It about The liably stated that Mr.R.R. West will get a Maj. Elias D. Lawrence, Szcretary and good position under Controller Durham. definito and indefinite article, is tho "se. 10,093 00 ToUl euNiisTiNu orS600 Superintendent of Latonla Jockey Club Mr. and Mrs. John W. Woodcock and cret of a happy life" Sal and many othTtlmtted lots for delinquency ers have found it. C ot cfcol.'cctlon 80 1.030 0) and in Louisville and among Master Will Woodcock went to Louisville We were not long in coming to the place. 3Tct revenue fjr 1831 811,413 00 horse men throughout the country, died Tuesday. Col. J. H. Bruce is in Louisis Claim ab lut . 8,343 oo at tbo Cincinnati Hospital of Bright'a ville. Col. Sam M. Burdett has gono to It the bungalow crowning tbo very crst dis. of this glorious range. Only ono higher Amount carried to sinking fund about C,100 00 else, Altamont on business. point in tho Sanitarium. In an hour, after It is bravely announced that It. B. Tie exact Gzurc3 can ba seen upen the DANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. hastily inspecting its accommodations, wo iu3 tkxboolB in the hands of Mr. J. X. Hayej, of Ohio, will serve aa a grand juror Wagons, Bond n colored had engaged it and in 1 hours more wero 'Memfet, the Sheriff. The amount carried at Toledo in June, but it e difficult to conJohn Cowan, a &a. ceive of Hayes as a (rand anything unless man, died Wednesday night of pneumonia duly installed as proprietors for "the sea- lo the sinking fund is perhaps a few dollars orcr $0,000,. The assessment for 1S85 it may ba a grandmother, though he is conTho Clemens House has been thor- ton." The dear Biiloys, whose great kindnirs will probably be a little greater than S3,- - ceded to ba great for example, the great oughly repainted, rcpapered and repaired wo can never forget, insisted on lending us fraud of the nineteenth century. , and will remain in charge of that popular anu win do increased every year everything we needed, until wo could supGov. Knott, Auditor Hewitt and landlord, J. P. Thorell. rT"tto increase of wealth and population. Messrs. Geo. A. Singerly. Ben. A. Van ply ourselves from tho bmr, or our own It will be act! a thct we cm safely count on Treasurer Tate, of Kentucky, have nego- carrying $0,000 to the sinking fund, and ated in New York, thu loan of 500,000, Schaick, D. StrouEe and F. Selveraudt, of heavy bajgsgo still coming up Tho Rus- These Goods are all Strictly First-Olas- s, from the Best iflne county attorney will be diligent in authorized by the last Legislature, practi- Philadelphia, were hero Tuesday and Wed sian imbroglio has so glutted the railways Manufactories, business, resisting unjust claims and in- cally the only debt against the State of nerday looking at H. C. Mock's fine assort- with all manner of impediments that there is no telling when our goods and chattels crease of wtlarici. the amount carried to Kentucky, at a rite whiebjputa tho credit of ment of Messenger Chief coits. the Commonwealth far in advance of that of A base ball club from Richmond will will arrive. To avoid the expense of "exlite sinking fund annually can be increased any other State west of the Alleghanies. arrive some time Friday night and will cess luggage" we shipped the bulk of our ios.uuu. in any event there is no quesaND play th e Centre College Club Saturday at trunks by "freight," aa we esy in "the tion about the present rate of taxation will HUSTON VILLE. LINCOLN COUNTY. 3 o'clock. The game played last week be- Slates;" or "luggage," as the Britons call ylsld in ten years in excess of necessary Mr. Adams, of Montgomery, Ala, ii tween these two clubs was won by the it Meanwhile we have enough with us to county expenses SG0,000 and perhaps more. meet ourovery want, in the way of clothvis'ting his brother 'Squire L. B. Adams, Richmond boys. This will pay the amount asked for the with its interest and at Hustonville. Judge T. W. Varnon was railroad The Kentuckv State Pharmaceutical ing, until the other shall arrive. But bedin Crab Orchard Wednesday looking after Association is to meet here next week. ding, crockery and cooking utensils our leave a large amount for other internal with a aiutuNTrn. well mum is the word. The association will be formally entertain- dear friends let us for immediate use, with Trustees of schools pleue notice that ed at Gilcher's Hotel. The meeting will such lavish generosity, that we were enNo Ceritda, dear, the picture which ap- elections for Trustees will be held in tbe be largely attended by pharmacists abled to go to house keeping immediately. peared in (he Ntw Argus last Sunday is not various districts Saturday, June The houses at the hill Sanitaria are gener 6th, and throughout the State. She beautiful and accomplished managing put up notirei accordingly. Census reCol. C. E. Bjwman authorizes your ally rented "furnished," but thit only editor of the Louisyille Commercial, tho ports must be handed in immediately or correspondent to announce that be declines means with chair?, tables, bedsteads and Wo Kuy fop CASH himI Proj.oHB lo lvc our CiWomcrN lh Hen- great and on ly Din O'Sullivan. He has they will fail to be acknowledged. DiNcotiiilN. the call made upon him to become a can carpets. In some cases crockery is also tjo capilliiry substance upon the summit A accident occurred on didate for the democratic nomination for included in the bargain, but tot generally. olhta cranium, the place that such sub- the Rolling Fork on Tuesday. Dr. W. G. Representative in the next Legislature Everything one needs, however, can be stance ought to vegetate, and was never Drye and Terrentine, the insuranco man, He does this for various reasons a promi- procured on very short notice, from the koown to wear a turn down collar. A were making their professional rounds in a nent one among them being that the call neighboring bsztr. Just now, on reason Will Guarantee to Savo you from 10 to 25 Per Cent, on every pair of cuns usually adorns his neck, hid- dog cart when the horse, getting a peep came too late. able lermi1, since the Russian difficulty has Vhiclo Give us a Call. ing it from the vulgar view up to his ears, over the blinds and becoming disgusted greatly thinned the hill stations and thrown I G. Paul Smith, the modern Proteus, and a jaunty little plug hat, arranged so as with his retrospect of the vehicle or its held forth at the Opera House Monday and the "balance of trade" decidedly in favor to display an expansive forehead, make up occupints, ran away, spilling and severely Tuesday nights to good sized audiences. of the buyer. the tout cnsemllcoi the gentleman, who has bruising both gentlemen. After snatching His character impersonations were excelThe conformation of the Himalayas is "won the title of tho jjurnahstic dude. uniform, but unique. First a low range of tbe cart over a seven rail fence and run- lent and while his recitals may havo been ?fo Higher Poll Tax. The railroad ning some three miles he was captured and enjoyed by a portion of the audience anoth- hills, not exceeding 2,000 feet, then a loveopponents are telling those upon whom horse, harness and cart found to be in good er portion would much rather have been ly valley of varying width, from ten to twenty fiye miles; then the second range, condition. Terrentine is responsible for fishing than to have heard them. s Jlley can oppose that if the question mounting to a height of seyon to eight the facts. He says both he and Drye held the poll tax, that is the tax upon the It is ssid that the heirs of the Fisher head, will be increased in all probability to life policies from his company and hence estate for whom about $50,000,000, are ly- thousand feel; beyond which ragged or ing in a German Bank are crcatly elated broken country for 50 or 60 miles and S3. The acta of the last General Assem- - no fatal injury was sustained. over the good prospect they have for get- thin the great summits, leaping tn the MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. "JTi psR6 823, section 5, authorizing Lincoln ting hold on tlicsheckels of their esteenud, very skie and crowned with everlasting county to aid the Chesapeake & Nashville Managed by Jno, B, Fish. ja mc sicocu range, me Simla, lamented and deceased relative. A num- snows. give the lie to this, as it ex railroad, The recent frosts iojured the gardens 1 btre rccelrn! ani mil rKHviag ber of the heirs are chirms of Boyle coun- ria are built. .pretoly says that the tax must be railed a great deal, but the fruit does not seem to Our house commands a vieV, uiignifi-ce- nt ty nnd an important link in tho chain of oo real and personal property and not by be hurt in the least. beyond description, of the snowy evidecce Is said to hove been completed by poll tax. Some of thoss who have told The assessor for this county has finishthe deciphering of tbe inrcription on the range on one hand and the beautiful vallie referred to have done so ignorantly, ed taking the lists and is now the CouprMec l tie tei la ib mttUi, wblc1! will copying the tombttone of Stephen Fisher, who was ley of Deyrah on the other. but the majority with designing intent. same for the county clerk. $&i Miny years ago, about the time I first Gotten Up in Stylo and buried many ycar3 ago on a farm in the Mako Sooond to Nono in City or Country. Two more freight traini have been ad We do not think the fierry letter that visited India, Bayard Taylor, ubiquitous east end. Jim Blackburn wrote at the beginning of ded to the number now running from Give .He u Trial. A hard streak of luck lias certainly traveller as he was, standing on this very tbe war, in which he stated that ho intend--ti- l Rowland south to Jelico. The amount of overtaken Cjl. J. W. Guest, of this county. mountain top, was overwhelmed with the to kill 40 aankeca for every chill he freight on this road seems to ba on the in- About a year ago a fine colt by Rebel out of rare grandeur of tbe spectacle, and as the bad and wanted to Bwini his horse in Union crease all the time. a Lexington mire, which ha hid contracted range of snow mountains burst, for the The parties who have bsen selling to sell for a good price suddenly sickened first time upon his sight, could only ejtou-latblood, ought to have cut any figure in his THE XFAY GICOCKKY AXI) HAICDW.llii: 1IOU.SF OP application for Collector, as he was young whisky in this town have all compromised and died. And Wedneiday morning he as he gszid: "Heavens and earth!" wod hot blooded 20 odd years ago, but he the cases against them by agreeing, to give received a dispitch from Lexington inform My old friend Woodside was with bim should not have been given the office on up their government license. Perhaps this ing him that his fino filly by then and indeed entertained him at "La Rtrjeral principles. He is an is the best thing that could havo been done by Imported Buckden out of Crescent by Tiba," tbe Mission House, but an arrows man, as was shown during under all the circumstances. Imported Australian, was dead. He had flight from "Prospect Point." bin terra as Secretary of State, besides we Mrs. J. J. Williams and Mrs. Jack As we are here, very likely until the 1st sold this animal for $2,000 and went to have bad quite enough of the Blackburns. Adams, Jr., have been visiting Mrs. Georgia Lexinjton Tuesday to deliver her; at 12 of October, I want your readers to become WcnM kl.dlr uk j.r.tmtlon I, tb. fret that Ihh.re ju.t re.urae.1 rroa h. -- .,.. of . wllh . Ex-GoGilbert C. Waikek, of Vir- Jones, Joplin Louisville, for several days o'clock that day she was perfectly well but familiar with the charming spot. ir in ion well ielctti Hock of C'lIOK E Robt. returne J from Paris yesterday. at 3 p. m. when the purchaser went to the Imagine, then, maeniucent spurs of ginia, died Monday in New Yoik C.ty, in XL. J. Miller, F. L. Thompson and John stable to receive her she was found to be mountains, clothed to the top with oaks the 52d year of his age. He came to Vir-jni- a after the war and was elected Gov- W. Brown went to Louisville last night to be very sick. Threo of the best veterinary and rhododendrous and studdel with white In .ndlmwUty, dainty !B,rilt,.rJa.ll.heor7lBp,lc8 ttal. w. practitioners of Lexington attended her and vilas and cottages, built with all the symernor and by his conservative and manly witness the Derby race to day. .hall b, it all tlniM to lurrly eterjr want In our line. Kr..tw. There are two goat teams at this place did all they could to relieve her, but she metry of undeslgn, juet where a fine view course did much to alleviate the distres of which do all the hauling of goods from grew worse and died duringlhe night. invites location. From Dsyrah Dhoon, itio dark days of reconstruction. All the depot for the merchants. John Wilwill love and respect his memalong the ComlitioMho Standard Brandt ol Europe and America. Our large Mr. W. J. Lyle has returned from there residences straggling . . l.ne of Cook . .... liams has a pair weighing about 150 lbs., Washington. Workmen are engaged in mountain'a brow, seem clinging like pic- the ju.ll, celebrated -- Oreat Wctern Jrre- - and many other ory. and Quctn.w.,0 itock con.l.U tn part of Table. Te and Chamber which have pulled 010 pounds of freight C1.m,?h 1. "I Mb. Do Pont has sold his stock in tbe at one load. Egbert Smith has a pair of painting the front of J. C. Masonheimer's tures suspended on the wall, almost with- and etched. In th. way of Bread.tuff. we name Cckwhct Floor, 1 n the Te The colors are bright and attrac- out support. I cannot decide yet, which bra.cd Patent -- G. M. Flour, grocery. LoHiaville Commercial to Mr. Zick. Phelps smaller goats "' C'" urlr.lled for .07hL il which he is just, beginning to tive and the appearance of the building is the lovelier; the mountain side from the otic Product., arrared a. faithful .lln,(.. ck. .....i!. ' .V. own pHrl- in aaagentand it is said there will ba a gen break to work. w rouigu and iu.e.ti.! CunfecUooa J;' nuouen anu:....:.' - oiuur, ... will be very much improved by the change. Dhoon or the Dhoon from the mountain's ....:". n uiowware. i:iiw,ri r .... n. ..... ... ' lice. eral shake up among the force. There w;M.hi.U GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. top. Both are exquisite in their own way, .nd.cou.p.e.eHn.ofC.K.ra.ndTob.cco.. Hon. M. J. Durham will start on his resome extra good men on it and we re are ,, "-- - , J '. ? w 1!l'"'ng th.twecaniuakeltloyourlnterMt.wecontlJentlra.kan ... turn to Washington Saturday at noon. Mr and the eye does not weary to look at ei"' . vonld dislike to see them out of journalism Jour patron. Lancaster. I.eapectlully, ther, though hours pass In the cantenlod "ft'iTIIKIlS. Next Sunday is "show day" at the J. W. Eigleman, heretofore engaged at iven for a time. horse training with C;cil Bros., will in a calm that steals upon all tbe senses, as one Joe Cotton won the Derby, with Bienan Fork church. gazes. Mr. E. W. Harris removed his Block few days go to Nicholasville, having been close second, yesterday. Musiioorie lies a little lower than Lan- employed by T, L. Crow, of that place. of saddlery to the Palnur & Lsavel's For uoai or wood. Judge Geo. Denny, of Lexington, on Wed dour, but the two are practically one, and MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. . A Btore. A Liwn Party on the College grounds nesday sent to W. L. Rue, of this place, a mere is no gap 10 maru wnere the ono ChirltB Wells, Treasurer and largest This Itange Is Citra Heavy and li Lylea-Wilk- es mare ends and the other begins. far the evening of June 31 will probably promising tO.dnof the vcrr Imt .lunlifa (swnor of the Cincinnati Type Foundry, Handsome barracks for the men, and coal Iron. Una cast top and Iront, to be traineJ. Mrs, H. E. Simuet and be given. wllh Entire Wrought Iron Body and died of typhoid fover. neat bungalows for the cfiicers have been Oven. Warming Oven extends under A masked skating carnival was the at- Mrs. A. R. McKee wero in Stanford MonThe Russia Government has instructed traction length ol lUcgo. Automatic at the City Hall yesterday (Thurs-day- ) day, the guests of Mrs. R. C. Warren. The erected, where tho government cares for entire bhelf. .Sfctlooal Flro I.IuIdks Oven lie Commissary Department to get ready evening. them back nnd Cut Ccutira. Nickel name plate, friends of Maj. J. P. McGrorty, late of this her invalid soldiery and nuri-eknobs and hinge pins. AdJustaUo to tquip 200,000 reserves. side ahelf and all modern Improveme ursi spring cuicKens oi tne season place, now of New Mexico, are gratified to to health. John Stroud, alleged murderer, made ments. wero on the market Thursday and sold learn that he is to be appointed Collector concluded in our NF.r. Can bo arranged with Heater for bi third successful J ait delivery at Oivcns-ot- o, hot android water. fast at $3 pei dozen, uevenue lor ilia district em oi internal WAYNES3URG, LINCOLN COUNTY. Ky taking threo negroes with bim. Water Hoi or Heater extra. Committees have been appointed in bracing El Paso in that territory. After finding that the New Orleano L, Q, Goochhaa gone on a flahirir; exeach of our wards nnd will Bee that everyExposition is a stupendous financial fail A. T, Nunnelley hai bought about pedition. Rsynoldd & Curtis have inoTcd thing is cleaned up well. H. HIGGINS, ure, Director General Borke has resigned. 12,000 lba., of wool at 12 to 18 cents. their mw mill to tbie place, w hich will be Mr. David Wardlow and Miss Lizzie Nthan Perry Payne, son SPECIAL AfJKN'T, very convenient to the putiea. D. W. IN MEMORA M. of United States Senator Iync, died in Phelps were married on Saturday last, Caldwell in erecting a urge wood ebop on Nfanforil, . -- Kcntticliy. Died, tuddenly, at the re.Idcnce ol her brother, Cleveland Tuesihy morning of heart dis- Both the putiea resido in this cjuotr. the west nlde of tbe railroad. F. P. Cdrtis Nelson Adams, a son of Jones L. In Medicine Lodge, Kansas, Ml.. Sue DutIi. ease. bought of Urhh Murphy a pair of work For tho children ofUod tliero romilnetli a re.t: Adams, deceased, was taken the Insane A Washington telegram says Hon. S. 'Tii a home prepared, supreme! blest multa for which he pid $250. Mra. Dean own preence. By 9.Cox mill accept the Turkish Mission, as Asylum at Lsrinton Wednesdiy even Swift bli the lummoni, the iiititige 'j.hkly was Hay?, nea 8in?lcton, is visiting ing. mi relativia wasgircn tbe President has given him permission to Rey. J. L. Allen, of Danville, and R sv. That callfnl to pass fro a oirtli to lieiva n Hnd friendi in this vicinity. E. li. Caldrarcaia here and Guiah hid book. sty Ts. jww ds v Our beloved tl.ior. W. B, Birnett will olliatato at the Christ-Ia- n well, Jr. and II. Ellison havo gone to liar- Tho negro murderer Lauster, who will tb)te whose Imrtt are tn" Jiooratol by tho rodeburg on business E. 8. QDoch sold To and Methodist churches respectively a bereavement, words aro empty. For the voM only horse jo executed on Friday for killing a police-aia- next Sunday. to V. G. Goosb, of Pulaoki county, a loved memory can fill and lims must g.ther to will be buug ou tbe last rummer, Mr. C. C Stormes is removing his for $00. F. S. Oooch has a brand-netether the sweet recollection i. To one ulster cu"oId used for Guiteati at Washington. stock of gooi to the store-roolately, vaIt was a severe ttrcke. Bho was the play- boy at his house. Qjl, Talbott, Maj. Rig. CKALItas IN- Angus Cannon, a prominent Mormon cated by T. G. Stevens and will shortlr be. mate of her childhood, the companion of her youth ney and Mr. John Miller spoke at the Ma- ..UQcial, convicted f.r violating the gin tearing down his house on the ccraer and In latter year, a who and faithful counsellor; Bonic Hall on Monday mS last It is reported Drugs, Books, Stationery and fur bcr maturejudgtnent, her genulno candor and -flaw, hia been rentenced to pay a of Danville st. preparatory to buildup Connu Asinine s lAiiiy that household good, consisting of kneadsi iiuiuo. opeelully her "charity tint csverctli a multitude ine of $300 and to ba imprisoned for six three story building on its site. ing trays, sewing machine and other uten of tins," one could with safety act upon her decisxjoatbs. fho LnglewoDd, Kins is, Chit) says ions. Though her eitrenie sensitiveness oltengave sils, which are indispeniible to the house Physicians' prescriptions atcurately coinpoundt-d- , Also amw ilia! v. T7An.il ff.irrt Tl.tl this about Mr.R. H. Ihtson, who recentlv tho appearance of Indifference, jet her warm heart hold, are in demand, young men being the keenly allvo to ayinpa-ib- y -- If I o iniii Sunday A. J. Johnson, the notorious out- - weat from this caunty to Kansip; "R H, waa quickly touched and YntKAjULL I., ." Ihe farmera are very busy and love ol peace male her a favorite with rurcnasera. aw. fired on and killed Josiah noskins, Batson and Mr. Gordon and non, capital-lat- a all who know her. planting corn when the weather is faror-ablof Wichita, are in the city buying tis daughter and Tncw. J. Napier. Tno dkar sun, The eelect echool nt this jlce will The Largest Stock of Watches, docks, Beside dear mother your body rest., arty were in a wagon, returning l:ota residence property, upjn which Jewelry and Silverware close about the firat of June. Mr. M. C. Waiting the call ol tho glorious dawn, When sou I a d bjJy united are blest Aurcb, and tho shooting, was from am- - tbey will pat up some substantial build Reynolds cut htslej very bally but U get Ever bought to this market Prices Enter the city th iwurectlon morn. Jtwtr than ings." the Lowuat. Watches, Clock, and Jewelry May H, 1S8J. J. Y. F. ting along very well. VflH , V Y.vYKL'jY-'r- r; . FJ on jkii-SBetU- s ntttior3onnud GEO. O. BARNES. 1 BUGGIES, BUGGIES, BUGGIES! OUR STOCK IS WOW COlYIPlaETE. .. well-know- well-know- Carriages, Jtarouclies, Plinotons, Buggies, Surreys Jngunr Buck Boards, Carts, i, -- right-of-wa- y JLi?e Sola ono. "Tlaoiir IMCexMts, serio-comi- c 4 BRIG-H- T CUBRAN. car-Tit- H. C. RUPLEY! NEW GOODS '"SPUING & S rjMMER e, over-bearin- TAYLOR BROS. FAMILY GROCERIES lu, v. Vir-giaia- OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY uiK "m' 1 ., "' "" .."'? ' ?' THE LION WROUGHT IRON RANGE, 'li. '""( '" 4 4aK s W. Ex-JIsy- f rtsttitw MFjIMsfet 1U m n ly w PHARMACISTS, C-- Ed-snue- r'f',Vi es1- i JEWELERS. rrW e. bnsl-nessa- ahoit notlco and Warranted. mmkMmM 'tit' fe..fciVr -! TiA3lfefcw'W2j' jScmi-Mtehlclntmorlor- aal Stanford, Ky., May 15, 1885 L. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail ii train going North Bouth .. . ......1189 Kaprt strain" 11 ttouth.... Norn a os x. u, loir. x. 181a.m. r. u. Thts.OY la calculated on standard Mm. Holar Imtl jibout JO hi I nut oi faster LOCAL NOTICES. Boy your pchool booki from Fenny A McAllister. Watches and Jewel rjr repaired on short notice and warranted by Penny & McAlis-ter- . SETT ADTKUTUSEMENTs.. The Stanford Creamery is booming along making 50 pounds of splendid butter Oun last request is that you Tote for the per day. INTO. railroad. A nut lot of shoes and slippers fuet openREPORT OF THE CONDITION ed at the Stanford Creamery Batter at 30 cents ers & Co. Great Btrgain Store. S. L. Powst T. It. Walton's. The Farmers National Bank tbe county court to Just received a car load of Guano, for usAmemhehoIopposed to voting a said on that he was tax fertlliilng. Bright ft Curran. the people save for school purposes and yet m i.i.i In tho Btato of Kentucky, at the Closo of Seven thousand feet of white oak fenc- this gentleman has voted to spend $1 1,000 Business, May O, 1885. ing lumber for sile by B K. Wcarcn. of the people's money oi Turnpikes without asking their consent whatever. We do nnsounens. The ladies of the Christian church are not oppose his latter action, but we do tike Loan i ami dlreoumi 1.577 01 already prepiring for their big .supper to Overdrafts 2,612 21 consistency be spread Commencement night, Tuesday, U.SBomli to secure circulation. . 75,000 CO Other stocks, bonds and mortgages 21,000 00 MARRIAGES. June, JU. BEAUrnuL Flower Pots. T. K. Wal-ton- . 1705. THE GJEECttJLF G-BOOB- R. I MeeSf T. R. "WALTON, -- DEALLR IN II t) Rev. A.J. Duighertce, of the Baptist AlTER Monday 18th, we will sell best A toMl'i.rrK atock of jewelry, latent coal (including Pesoook andJelico)at lie church, upon whose venerable bead the 1 lock ford watchee n specialty. Penstyle. delivered to customers in town and 10s on snows of 02 winters have fallen, took to bis ny & McAllatcr. hoirt and home, on the 12th, Miss Nancy Co in p. Syrup cars. Bright & Curran. For couabs, colds, Ac, use of While Pino, in '25 and 60c bottles, TitritB wai no trouble abont adjust- J. Wheolor, a lady of 23 summers. The by Mclloberts & 8la(R ing tho loss on Cipt. Rochester's house. ceremony was at the residence of Ihe bride's FAnstnns, Head Tins. Go to Dr. M. Mr. C. D. Thorn won, of I!urodburg, who father, Mr. John R Wheeler. L. Bourne's druc store and ;vt one (unlace Mr. Geo. W. Fields, formerly of this of A. Clark's IIor Hemes!?, If you adjusts fur the London, Liverpool Si Globo, place, hut now in prospering business at are not eatisCcd after using St your money never takes advantsa of the loierj. Blootuington, III., w.ss married yesterday be refunded. will The Slanfoid Interior Journal is at the residence of the uncle of the bride, PERSONAL. making a reasonable yet brave tiht for the Mr.T. T. Diviss, to Misj Annie Laurie Miib, Muiit'HV has pone to Reck Cas- Chesapesku & Nashville R. R. It seems Raney, a very handwme and accomplished strange that a county so rich and having young lady. Rev. F. S Pollitt officiated. tle Spring. Mirt Maikiik Lrr Sai'Ndkhs lm Rone such light taxtM should b afraid of $S& Shortly afterwards tho bridal pair left for ISIoomingtoQ, cirryiog the best wishes of Danville on a visit. to m uuny friends here. Mh. II. J. MoKoiiBRTH and wife hire t'oMEof the opponents of tho railroad Cone io HarrodiburR. have made a most unmanly fight. When RELIGIOUS. Mn. J.S.JoKns, of Alt. BterlinR, has It was proved they had lied to the Ignorant engaged as ralcitnin for 8. L Powers A about tho Rsv. J. M. Bruce has returned and $0 poll tax they then went to Co will fill his pulpit Sunday morning and at Mn. Oloiioe UuirroiJ his returned to work to make tlitui believo that a rich 3 M will preach to the children. r. the Mountains after a vielt to his friends ma n's blue grass land would not bo taxed Rev. A. 8. Moflett has received a telehigher than tho poor man's knobs, any here. stating that Dr. Guerrant will be at Miir. Ophelia Thompson, of !uls and that the rate on both would be 10 gram Crab Orchard on Thu isday evening, May Tllie, is the gurst of her brother, Col. W. Q. cenls per acre. The opponents, if they Pro-par- Due from approved reaerre agents Due from other National Banks Real estate, furniture and fixtures. Current expnoi and taxes paid Premiums paid mill or other Banki 9,260 3 91C 7,371 301 4 "7 I 95 31 27 2,4K 73 SI) 00 4 81 Fractional psptr currency, nlekels sail Pntilet Sptcle Legal tender notes HodMuptlon fund with U. S. Treasurer (S pr centos elrculatioti) 2,090 00 7,e 00 ,75 UI7,'M 00 91 Total And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. IN ADDITION TO GROCERIES AND 1T.OVHIONS, HE KEKP3 Capital stock ald In 00 ...JIOO.OOO Surplus I'u ml 02,000 CO Undivided proAta CMS 77 A7,(XK) 00 National Bank Notes outUMd'ng... sutytct to chck ...... 9?,92 73 Individual Due to other Kttlonsl iWmki... 6,W1 01 Due to State lUnks and Bankers 5.117 40 Total 74 17,150 91 STATE 01' KKSTl'CKV, ) Comsly of IJneoln. JM I, Jno. B. O wley, Outlier of tlieal-ovntintd Hank, do wWsaulv ssresu-- that the aliove ttatemtwt U true to tho of mr knowledge and MM. . JNO. II. OWsLKV, Csublsr. e LIABILITIES. ltt SubacriM awl sworn to Wore Me this 12 day W. 31. B1!IGUT,N.1'.L.C. May.lSW. Comet at Ut: dentistry. Mh. Bowman Smith, of McKicney, is to wrd a Mils McKinney on tho 20th, so Humor fijs. J. A. CAnrrsTEK went down to his old heme yesterday to see a lone absent broth er who had just returned. MitH. W. II. Iltmnxs na returned frum a vi'itto her hutbind's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hlgkln. Mn John It. Farms left yesterday to join Mr. Morris Fsrris in Texas and from thence will make a tour of New Mexico. Mim Lena BoYimhas returned to her home in Alabama, after a visit to her sister, Mrr. Johnson, at Mr, F. M. AnsleyV. MiwSAi.nEPiin.ira went down to lioyle Tuesday to attend the funeral of her aunt, Misi Lorinda Philips, who died at the ndvaucrd age ofSO. Mils. Jamib A. Rovston, Mrs. Charlt IUllcw and Mrs. Joi Itdrtinido, of Cimanl, were the ciusts of Mrs (iorce II. Brnoe, Mrs. J. W. Haul and olheis Mns. M. C. SauKLKV was called to MoMJnnvillr, Tcnr., Tuesday nicht by n telegram informing ber of the seriotK illness of her mother, Mrs. Rowan. Mm. Dk. L. V HuiTMANaml Missni Daisy Burneide ami Pal lit-- YanDevifr went to Louisville last night on the -- M sxprrs' to sttMwl t he uiufic festival. -- Mr J. L Whitehead, who lives in Ml. Vernon and Williamsburg, was liore We don't know but we think yesterday be interviewed Tailor Kupler in rtird to to a wedding out fit. Mrmiw.'L 0. Udkms, of Boyle, and Kufus C. Whilinchill, of Madisonville, Ind were hero ycslctday to receive instructions from Qeorco (I. Bruce as to the Busll Boot and Shoe trade. CArr. QronoE II. McKinney could not obtain a leave of absence from his po- , fition at the Silver Creek Distillery but he tends the bojs some mighty good advice as to the way they should vote. LOCAL MATTEIS. have a bad cause, should at lent tell the Hth. Welch. Gen. Green Clay Smith, pastor of a Dit. J. W. Diokinson has gone to truth. Louisville Baptist church at Williamsburg to practice his profession, A RtiiTHATOiia fixed tho damages of John and Walnut streets, haa resigned beTwenty-second J w. AUOIK, Directors. joh.x t :M. IJilL, J S. H.lIA!K8, ") ILTO. 2788. A. Allen and W. G. Raney at $230, for the proposed widening of Main street. There are a score or more of people damaged. The town owes $2,000 in bonds and has Where less than a $100 in the treasury. is the money to come from to meet these damagei? We will answer this and other questions when our columns are not so crowded. .. ii op-poi- lng cause several of his members were too officious. They claimed that he wse absent from his pulpit too often, that his wife did not belong to the church and so on. LAND. STOCK AND CROP REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THH FIRST XATI0XAL BANK OF TATOin), r.KSOUUCES. 151,210 3,821 . 200,000 ., 33,600 S,360 6,031 8,990 3,115 21,757 930 375 121 Best canned goods. T. K. Walton. Fawn S, fish Saturday at S. S. Myers. New goods received most every iay at Powers A Go's, and they ara all sold at wonderful bargains too. . mm h In my absence my son, Will, will cone tract with any one wishing brick or else In my line. Henry Bsuti- man. Lincoln county not two little plumbs (his week, LUbjurn Goochwm appointed psittutater at Gilberts Crtek and James Kir at Kings Mountain. nny-thin- ii We handle tho best cultivator market. We have bought too for the next SO daya will close them out at mi. Bright A Curran. on the many and The Superior Court has atllrmed the de- cision of the Lincoln Circuit Court giving Mr. Ii B. Bfiuley tho value of n niulo killed by tho Kentucky Central Railroad. i The Interior Journal haa never ad vooted a propcsiliou, which after being adopted did not turn out best for tho county. Wo haye studied the railroad question and can see nothing but benefits to ba de. rived by tho county if we ahull invite it to iome within our borders weighing 16 lbs. and measinches wan caught out cf mill pond on Dix River by Rush Hiatt with a 10 cent hook. Later. Tim Lvnn bs at this n cord yesterday by bringing In nnother uf 17 lb'., weight and 33J inches in Kngth, caught in same nver. A cat fish !J2 uring Dud-derai'- rt on the L. & N. TiiEitnareonoor that two mail mereengera we are going to report dirccilv to the Postmaster General. Wc cin'taffjrd to havo Incompetent ropubli canB fill offices no.v, when so many compe lent democrala are waiting to fill their places. Cue carried a letter from Danville and anothir from PurLsyllle fcr us and after keeping them till next day cent them by the K. 0 , reaching here Tuesday night, and such things aio happening entirely too often. IlERi.'tj How It It: Some of thoo the railroad proportion claim to do so because they claim to be the poor in n 'a friend. Now it U known that these same philanthropists have been clamoring for years for a decrease in the property tax and an Increase of the poll tax. Names could be given. When the poor ask for bread clve them not a stone. The build age, $850. But little is doing in cattle in Louising of the roal will put braid in'.o the mouths of hundreds of the laboring c'ai'ci. ville. Very common is quoted at 2J and bet at 5.10. The hog market is strong It comes frjm the best of authority thst and prospects fair at I to 1 0Q; sheep firm the L A N. railroad Lai issued not exactly at 2 J to I J. an order but a request that its employees The salo of Runnvmede yearlings took votn against tbe proposition to aid the place Tuesday neir Tlie oflVriugs CbeasixMke & Nashvillo. They fesr its were all the get of imported Billet and competition and have thrown ohitacleH in Hindoo. Twentv thres animals were sold tUwy. They know that another rood for 119,100, an average of $S1G per head. means a reduction in freight charges and hallgaTTlincolVcounty. hre fought the new enterprise from the start. Farmer and others interested in A. T, Martin is huildinjj a tine resicheap transportation, is lhin in itself not dence opposite the church. enough to make you vote for tho roa? Mr. David Terry celebrated last Tuib day with a genuine old -- timed "Jog rolling. Some of the farmers give as a reason for The young corn has an excellent apopposing the railroid that it will make lapearance and tho farmers report a better bor scarce and nigher. Just eo and it will make every article that they raUo higher stand than they have seen for some length and create a market at home for it. Then of time. Jos. Oerkey sold a too their argument is a nice one to ure with yoke of cattle to I. Surber for $70 and the laboring men. It i the samo as saying Wm, Boone bought a young mare Irom Jno. to them that we want to keep your wages time and force you to either (Jammings for $73. down for all A nice social party at Mr. J. M. Marwork at them or starve. Laboring men, tin's Monday night just added one more to white and colored, you will be untrue to yoursehea if you fail to vote for the rail- the innumerable number of entertainments that have helped to make life pleasant and road. hasten the long winter evenings. views of successful buslneu men on The The good templars will hold an open business afTilrs are always regarded with lodge at the Halls Qap church on the night respect and we have thought it well to tell of the 29th of May. The programme will the people what Dr, J. B. Owsley, cashier consist of speeches, dialogues, (elections, of the Farmers Bank, a superior financier singing, &c. A lively time is anticipated and capital busineos man, thinks of tbe In an interview with and everybody is cordially invited to atrailrosd question. am for the proposition as tend. him he said. "I Mm. Jno, Bill, who was very ill at it now stands and look upon it as a plain the time of our last report, is, we are glad matter of business. Tho road is bound to to say, very much improved. hfGt us and in assisting its projectors in bell and family have removed R. F. Camp- to Turnerswe simply say to ruuring the right ville. Misses. Jennie Baughman and Nanthem, 'We are not only willing but anx nie Wood, of Biyle, spent last week with ious to have you build your proposed link Misses. Mizgieand Liuri Jones. Is lo connect the Atlantic and tbe which The young men of the neighborhood Pacific oceans, through our county, but wo have securel the service of a competent will aid you in securing as r.cir as possible within our borders and teacher of dramatic science and alter the a free proper amount of training has bten adshnw you every courtesy within our possir.' ministered they will procoed to edify the As a matter of principle I am as strongly public with one of tho most laughable enopposed as any body to giving money to tertainments under the nnrue of a minstrel railroads or any other corporation, but 1 nhow "that ever went a fishing." y a gift, but do notconslder this And now tho news comes from "over a cordial welco me to a great enter) riso to through our county, knowing that wo the hills" that Harry Cortwright and Mike come Floyd havo taken each other for better or are to be the gainers thereby." woko nnd exchanged vows of eternal fideliWe hear tint it is ured in Crab Cvchnrd ty. Thos. Terry nnd Geo. Moore acted as and other points not directly benefited by asistants for the worthy couple; the Rev. the road'that they do not caio to help Twichety, recently from Qsrmmy, officiatStanford. This is very narrow and illiber ing. Wo wish them much happiness and ly al. True Stanford will bo greatly benefit hopa that Iove'u pure euushino ed but what helps her m a central point will ever brighten th pathway they haye and as the county seat, helps the whole choacn. county. Then too thero is no occasion for The New York Sun says much of the an ill feeling towards Stanford. Her citl- - fino comb honey exhibited in the glass zms never fail to rerpond to calls for pri boxes in New York City merely represents vate aid to turnpikes, no matter where Yankee skill. Tho comb and the honey they run, and the corporation bus frequent never saw bcea They were manufactured ly helped to make such roads by subscribing by human hands, the comb of parafiioe or money out of the town treasury. Crab beeswax and the honey, which is also false, Orchard certainly has no right to foci ill blowu in by machinery. Another kind of toward Stanford, for no Ion jor than last hony which is put up in nines cups, with year, tlu citluns hero assisted her in small posts of comb in the centre, is made from cane suur, glucose or syrup, We building the School House there, which is hope New York City will monopolizs nil o an honor to the town, some of them sub- this clagj of honsy. scribing as much as $25. The railroad In a recent publication, Rsv. H. A. M. question ia no sectional or politic il one and Henderson facetiously refers to the ugliwe believo every reasoning man will voto ness of a brother minister. The excruciafor it after reading tho nddren, which we ting funninesis of the paragraph is b?st appublished in our Uu hiue and which haa preciated rn nfl c'lng thata Bro. Henderson's phypingn'itny itself U striking been distributed in hsnd hill form all over bet'veon a snd a the county. Glasgow Times, ciois cut saw, $1,-93- 0; three-year-ol-right-of-waright-of-wafdn-crccm-promiham-andwl- At the sale of thoroughbred Lexington fi'ty five head brought $17,305, an average uf $310. The spiing meeting at Lexington closed Wednesday, Kilmsny, Kttrlna, Gold Dollar and Luly Wayward won the eventf. The meeting was a ittj successful one. At the annual sale of Elmendorf yearlings, 10 oolts brought an average of 22 fillies brought an average of $000. The grand total was $otf,S50; grand aver- At Stanford, In the State of Kentucky, horses in at Closo of Business, May O, 1SS5. Loans and Discount! SI Ovrdraft9 V. $. Bunds to secure circulation Other itockt , 1xum1, and tsortgagei Due from approval reeerve jnt Due frum other Natlon.il Banks IImI furniture and fixtures Current etpenuM and taxei paid I'reiuluuitpald Checks ami other cmIi Items .. Mils of othtr banks- Fractional paper currency, nkkels and M 00 00 18 Cfl Itat, 00 9 88 38 00 and Queensware, Tobacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. Canned Goods from the Best Canneries of the Country. A Good Corn Drill For Sale at a Great Bargain. For Bargains, There Is No Place Like the Corner of Main and Somerset Sts. laiKIEXSC SIOOK OF- - Tin-- , Glass- - peunle Srecte Legal tender notes .. IMsMptlon fund wl'.n U. S. Treasurer 9,000 (5 per reut. of cllcuUtlon) .jdSs.MJ Total 1. 1 A 11 1 L I T I E S . Capital tork paid In 520.000 S.i45 ..... - 30 6,05 70 1,150 00 00 27 CO WM TKI3IMED AND- - Surplus Fund Undivided profit... National Hank NotefOittUndlng... subject to check Individual Due to other NMfcmal llaaks Das to BUtt ilankf and liinkeri Notes and bills rsvdlaoounted 8TATK OF KENTUCKY, l,000 00 11 ITS, COO 00 117,217 E4 8,1!? 43 S17 81 . 17,514 00 READY FOB THE WALL! - AT - Ttl 5ss)1392 27 j"8 Cosinty of Lincoln, I, J no. J. MrKohert, Cashlr of above named swear abuvj I he bank do that statement is true to she best nl my knowledte and JNO. J. JIcnollEUTS, Cashier. btHf. SutMCiihedand sworn to me this 11th day W. M. lll'.IOHT.N. 1. L. C. ol May, 188$. CORRECT ATTK8T. M'EOBEETS & STAGG'S. Alili PRICES AXD STYLES. "The Bourne from which no Traveler Returns Sick." The boy stcod on tho burning deck, Determination in his eye "For Jtourne'a Drug Store lam baund, I'm for the little Doc or die!" Twinkle, twinkle, little star, My friend, tho cheapest goods, by iar, At Eourne's Drug Store you will find Tho purest, best, ot every kind. Msry bad a little lamb, (For Barnutn she should quickly tend); But Bournn has the nicest lot Of Drugs and rings, breast pins and things, Of spectacles and soaps, perfumes and envelops, Patent medicines of all kinds, Globe mixed palntr, cordials and wines And every thing else, the cheapest and best, AtTboKo Drug Store, (to rhyme, put In "Bourne ever mere." Ycurs till death, M. L. BOURNE, at the Xev Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. J. .. 1). Hock H. C. Brioiit, kr, Vandevkeii, 1 J Dlrctors. , nSTO. 2917. REPORT OF THE CONDITION -- ,. OF T1IK- - National Bank of Hustonville. Ia the Stato of Kentucky, at tho closo of business May O, 1885. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts Overdraft!.. U.S. Ilondi to tecure Circulation- Due from approved rocrve agents Due from other National Ranks Real Estate, Furniture and fixtures Current expenses and taxes paid .......... Checks and other cash Items Rills of other Banks Specie Lcgal-tcnd- !S3,72S 2,325 20,000 2,417 3.S0O 1,510 159 125 E6 90 0) SO C2 notes Redemption fund with U. tf. Treasurer t ler cent, cf circulation) Total HI 10 03 l.fiW 00 3,01 1 "6 2.W0 00 930 00 B A 5121,731:3 wmmwBt UNDERTAKER, AND A HI LI TI 15 S. Capital Stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits National Bank notes outstanding Imllsldual Deposits subject to cheek Due toother National Batilis Notes anil hills LI S50.000 2,520 2.S35 13,000 31,321 .. 3,971 13,103 10 00 70 00 91 75 97 Total 5121.738 33 1 1 bl'ATE OF KENTUCKY, County of Lincoln, "' I, J. W. Hocker, Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement la true to the beat of my knowledo and belief. J. W. IIOCKER, Cashier. of May, 135. Oorrcct-Att- est: ami complete nssoraiieiiTof Furniture, embracJsis front lite Cheitpcst to the Fluent I'urlor Sulles. rv ncetl to ro to the large cltlea to make your pitrehiiHOH, uo mnttr what quantity or quality you want, aHlcau and trill dupllcaie nny prices you can ohlaiu elsouhere, freight being adileri. Muq a l'ull assortment ol Collins, Caven, HhroiulH ami KoIicn, embrnc ing all the New Style, hoth cheap and expensive. Ware opposite St. Atmph lintel, Hlanl'ord, Ky. ig Iealei' in Full JJ'xiiriiitiire ! rtn Smlcrlbed and iworn to before mo this 12 day O. F. PEACOCK, N. I'. j.W.WEATiiKBroan,") y Directors. Edwabo I T. J. BoEmsoy, G. D. WEAREN, AGENT. COMMISSION MER0EANT AND SPECIAL MYERS HOTEL, The Largest Stock of Buggies, Carriages, reys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Sur- STANFORD. KY. Farm Wngonn, Village Carls and Illicit Hoards ever Brought to thlN market, from the Cheapen! to the IleM, E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr This Old and Woll - Known EMBRACING ABOUT FORTY DIFFERENT STYLES. Hotel Still Maintains ito High Roputation, Also a Full and Comploto Aasortmont of All Kinds ol Farm and Hill Iti Proprietor is Determined that .it Shall be riecoud toinno Country its Fare, Hotel in the State Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Quests, Machinory your Ord'M for Harrows, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Cultivators am! Held" Hollers, And see My Stock and get Prices before Purchasing. I have a fesr Suliy Spring Tooth Harrows that I am authorized to closo out at less than cost, Now Is tho Time to 1'laco They are Worth the Honoy asked for Them for Cultivating one orop of oora vesei) llwxfuu nlll be canSpecial to and from the do accommodations rr'eor charts. to CotnraerclilTraielers. The Car villi sUhjd aapplttd with tho choicest brand or Ltaaori and Cixari. GEO. D. WEAREN, -- A " FltOM ST. PETERSBUHG. PREPARATIONS FOR WAR IN THE MINION OF THE WHITE CZAR. DO- Illustration of DltTuroiit Tjpes or Mtisro-tIIo Suliltcrs ltus.lnn Available I'IrIU tng I'm co CimncKs 3Iiim of (liu Dlsputi'il Tttirltory. WK WILL STAND Ot'R a sort of Sherman bummor, w lio takes very 'ittlo pay from tho government and mostly RAILROAD AIDQUESTION. um of lnrjre Ixxlit of cavalry, nrpiiilml, in. 'finds himself," ns you my In America. AlJ&'JLSSrj&l ! Tho Lincoln ("ounty Couit at its Arll trrtn, itructexi mvt cqttiiijwd nrter Hip American though this is tho ante, ho is about the best mbudlllng to tU ijullflvl At our tremlte! ml Id f iiu Tiiruerarllle at (tH pro lded for soldier in the Russian amn . J8W, mado sn oiilrr Nothing comes amiss to him, and hi lives oil olcn of tho county, at an clrttlun to U liclJ In to Insure living colt. 11.3m tho enemy's country with tho greatest case. the ear ral Tollog preclncti of tho county, on it. . X) J. V. fiOVKlt. Ho has n black lanco nnd a gray overcoat, Jlitu 10th, 18Ji, the following o,ucii. Altoflether, thero aro nearly 100,000 Cotwicki tin In the Russian army. It Isonly when boy on J " Whether the county ofLlncolu ihall Inuo bo mil tbouunj tho frontiers of thMr own country that they to an amount not exceeding tnenty-UT- e tako nny rationi from govorninent. dollarton the credit and rnponlll!llr of the The line Itnporled Norman stallion will make the th.tMc ..r.i M Wray, at "Pink whotacounlr.lo leeijfnJwl In arqultlnx tlllnt-o- Cottage," l itilltM irom tftaufuhl, X3a.LJbii-- - r potio country Rovm-unieconclusion! an not known to thou hole populnro an houi they nto made, but from what youi after cotreiondont ho Wu nblti to gather, uc wiouRiitoi backing out ol tho contest witl (treat Britain has onco entorod the mind o! theAVhito Czar or any of his subjects. In the lace of a foreign foe, no people will be mon milted than tho Russian. The most rabic TTUillht la Russian before ail. He will fight lor bfci country to tho dath, though ho woulc Wow tho czar limb from limb viitl dyuandto before breakfast on tho day of battle. Ho lores RaiMa and hatoi despotism. It would ninnzj ycu to know lowKihilism has permeated the ranks of ever tho czar's regular army It is estimate 4hat nearly over" fourth man among the Ulcers is a revolutionist, wih no small per tent of tho private soldier s Thre is no telling bow true this K however. In fact, there no tellinjr, with crtolnty, any. tiling that a Russian wishes to conceal. The preparations for war nro carried on in ilence, while Russia has teen giving suiovtliansn en to tho British government. In diplomacy Uritlatli bluntness Is no match for Russian slyuew. When it comes to a square tight, wo shall see. But tho feeling throughout Russia is undoubtedly ab-olu- to Ppectal CorrestionJeiK.l St. PKTnnsnuno, April 20. It looks more and more as if a trial of strength was to bt bctwwn Knglaml and Ilustta. In this das TKKKE TCnCOMAN". "O.V TO HERAT." being made ready for fight. Tho deut is to bo equipped Ru&ia is negotiating to purchase steamship in the United State. Tha splendid Eighth corps are now making ready to movo south, with a view to activo serrico. Is It is no secret that tho whole army rs f'Jr A NXV -- J to l .'&! vA I Z'ijB' SAP OK AFGHANISTAN AND AWACI2.T TER nrrouiKs Tue locality of tlio disputed boundar7 "HI upjioar from tha maji. At tho probable seat of war.ou tho Afghan ietan border, telegraph line nr lxing put up w ith the greatest rapidity They ajv actually, at this writing, completed to with'n lcKi than 300 miles of Herat. Preparations nro nearly finished to build a railway .hrougL roujdeh to Herat itself, in tha very heart ol the disputed territory Engineers and will immediately follow the troops. . i n R S sJM'i v'J SP' .JtC t(& HrenldUi M.nt4''&A- . ,.-- -- It 50 v iwiwXSf. wi- - t . v-- , G r rt -- " '..,., ' Zl j M ' Far.- AnF - I l?'ff-- -. J f j "' .Qjitia If your PreachersviUe coirespondenl - 3SE SI ?Bf 8 8 ; on mosey I bad been as anxious to state the fscU as he theseaMi Isover by knlng him In the hinds of i j Daughters, Wires and Mothers. ssxsu eome good siddfo horse id so, obIv ta steady dim was to tnlarepreent and traduce hi neigh-bor.Attalions lift! resiTJSlT-j- sj I I We ephatlcally guiraatee Dr. Marehlil'a Ca. la his rat Is. for he has tbem naturally. I expeet his uojutified criticisms upon the dents, 43 divisions,) 55 to exhibit hiraat the Fairs. OlltEJrsIs S yoari lEESEE tbollcan, a femalo remedy, to cure Female Diseasbrown. jatteriej of riflemen. management of the PreacbersTille turn es, sura ai Ovarian trouble!, iBfliwwitlon and old this Spring, dark hayIn orlorm He I9 hands ! W t UH ws itred high audi perfect iulel Cavalry : M regular pike would have never been written be Ulceration, Falling and dlsidareiuiat or bearing l.r nan of Ihn nolnl old Denmark fnullr. Levi $ SSSitas MX "rgiinenta (1 cuirassiers llul.tle's Oil s. si a down feeling, Irregalarlttlei, Barrenness, Change hones, eve; Time, lsttlim by eceo the it o "9" a'ts'S'a yc-i- fi cause they have no foundation in facts. known In any country, (babble's OM i Uhlans, 2 hussars, 4S 3 E H E E S j IS SS!HBE3B LcxIngUsa.a borso that hat taken more premlumi Yivi j lragoous) 29 regiments Our books are always open to inipection. ot Life, Leucorrhsa. besides many weakM-aw- t tseraea than any known more toe.1 than aad springing from the above, like Headache, Bloat-lajf 1 "i kpt, in time r-we horse, sr will tell They show that we bare prop'rly expend-e- d bpinal Weakcen, Sleepleuneaj, NervoM de- should any horsetnan strains ofyou so, thereto Df reaw, nt 7&$ men WA the two families twt let the a and honestly accounted for eretj cent of bility, Palpitation of the Heart, Ac. For tale by rundown. Hit 3d dam was by Faulkner's Young o nith pr !rn- -drugglita. Prices II and 11 SO per bottle. SotiJ America. I'nile Teier Oealrr aays he wai the be4t money subscribed by us or paid in by othregiment. Artillery: to Dr. Marchlal, Utlca, N.Y., for pamphlet, freo. brtssder that ever ttno.1 In llujle eoutity. Third 51 brigaiie, or 303 batdam by Taylor'a MeeMager, He nor anyone else ers to the company S For sale by Penny A McAlliier, Druggists. teries of guns each. 30 s . 5 if?- - I at ?. : has ever desired an inuppction of the book'. w uv.so "i r ; ! 3 f r, isrArrnv or nu! We invite investigation by any honest and o ! ' Mis Loss ras Ver Cam. guus each. beide 11 i ocabd. This fine young Jack will also make the toaso ''Well, as'lj't," raid a fashionable physltlsn to batteries with Cra-acdivision. competent man. yu I M-soflsMit rar stable, one mile from Manfoid en a wealthy lady jiallrnt, If you don't like lay the llustsavilleptke, at 5SS333 1 2 2S We deny hia assertion that any sub'crip 9 perbapi you had better try Paiker'a s tjsj w tions were procured for the bridge on the Tonic or some other uck itntT" "Vim don't 88 to Inauro n Living Colt. '3 B E B S B Hi EZBBS promise that it was to be a free bridge. mean It, Doctor," she answered, hut your advlte IS Mere Walk.r is a brown with white poln's. ! i The fund was lalned with full knowledge may be good fer all that. Sometimes what jou hands high, 4 year oM and said by gou--l jack $sssy sy S3! call'uuack stull' la the best and most scientific nun lot otm! uf the nuat booed Jacks in si of each contributor that we medicine, after all." She got a a horse, nukk akl sure on the part 11 His aetlons like bottle ot Parker's If ?S3JIB II 31 lruutac us we will premise natudetilu would have to incur a debt of not exceed Tonic audit cured ber if neuralgia arlslnj from you)ou ua the .lick's account lung W W 14 M : , M II l ing $700 to complete it, and that the com- disordered stomach and nerves. She told her J. K. A' J. It. M'AtlltlS. I I i i pany would have to provide for this debt frlcndi and now they alt keep a doctor at besse In the form ofl'arker'a Tunic. g s a ; 3 SB out of the tolls of the road. ww M- -n "Rough on Hits" clears ra'i aal mica outlV Having incurred this debt some bjdy "Bough on Corns" for Corns ami Bunions. Ifc. might ray that it wai the part of honesty Thin people, "Wella' Health Ueaewrr" reitert sjv -- ct, Will makethesoawmef 1SS1 at my iuwes.21 to make no provision for its payment. health and vigor, cures dyspepsia, Ac. tt. wlleiaiiulh of Huktonvllle. on the Husionvllle .( 3B33S3 BIASES BEjBS Liberty road Atslallata tllenco Is by Joe Kline, "Rough on Toothache" glvei Instant relief. 15c. No. Some persona who contract debts ict in 3J0, trial 2.27, reeor J 2.18. Jo V.lma Is the (D. 2.23 D. that way. But we consider it the put of Ladles who would retain freihaeai and vivacity, lire of the ti d., record Review reconlC. S sM for wl,c7T',l?;;o,us,d,"' ,r0D1 kmxviiic, Sie.CM) past winter.) fall to try "Weill' Health Renewtr." don't Uilsjton to (Vlwtn. record 2 11 and Mark Wakeneld paevr, honesty to try and pay it. The tolls charg"Buchu-palba,- " great kidney and urinary cure. trial In 2.20. Jo Kltno la by Gt I.lmo, 275. (by Dirf''JMI via Uxlogteo and Paris, and pay the Winchester ani Paris ed without the bridge would not Filet, roaches, anti, rati, mUe cleared Alexander's AUIallah, ") be by Ryadyke't Train No. Is dally except Sunday ltwe No 10. Jo Klmo's 1st dam by Mambrlno interest on the debt and keep the road in out by "Rough on Rata." ISc. l dally frvtu ClntlBMII to Ieasesger, Aluiatian uienro t isi aam .siattien "Rough on Coughs," trochee, 13c; liquid, 23c. by Willie D.. (by Foreigner, by Imp (ilencoj 2d in repair. We therefore raised the tolls, as Lexington ap I Parlt.-- Ne. 32. daily except children, alow In development, puny and lam Bettle C , by Cunningham's Copper Bottom; For icivePtrliSQaui trr LexisgUu 10 a m. we had the right to do and as it was our delicate, use "Wella' Health Renewer." t. JJ dun Minerva Duneau. hy Imp. Bomrd, No M, MH.pt bunJay, leave LexlBion red.) Willie D.'a dam SUrllght hy duty to do to what we considered barely 0 p w. arrive Paris 5 U pu, "Rough on Dentin" Tooth Powder. Try It. 15c. Imp. Planso I Atslallah tllenco'a colli are Nervous Weakness, Dyspepsia, Sexual Debility doe and large and good mavers, both laddie and enough to pay the interest on the debt and harness. I have one of his colts that trotted ,200 V,! ,5,1 keep the road in repair, This rile is only cured by "Wella' Health Renswer." SI. 2 circle at the rat Mother Swan'a Worm Syrup, for feverlibueai, yards on s30g.yard Hustonvllle. Ky ol 10, tlmej uy tt. m fllveni. without any half what your correspondent elates it. worms, constipation; tasteless. 25c. iiiuuKu ucitis and Ligage h.fl.lMnn I also Lave anotnrr ttiai Is about as ditlnallonreachlby wsllroaJ. checke-- to any We suppose, however, that he pays no toll Stinging, Irritation, all Kidney and Urinary 1:00,1. Here Is a combination of the best trotting o. r. II, aORSK, W. II. WHITTLBSEY. and running croasee in existence AmiananHutch-Ing1 astenger Ageut. SI. himeelf and in guemng at the toll paid by complaluti cured by "Buchu-palba.- " Trav. I'.ts Agent, s little training but trotted on Night iweati, fever, chilli, malaria, dyspepsia, A l'ope'e track In Hoyie county, Ky., which DRAGOON" OF THE Ql'ARD. others naturally fell in error. it ten teoonda tlow, In 2 it, (six weeks or two cured by "Wella' Health Renewer." leneral Manager. Oen. A The cavalry of tho Rus-siaMr. Pops sayt he allowed a As to his criticisms upon the location cannot bo exMy buiband (wrltei a lady) li three tlniei the months handling std lie gait frniuenlly. He . Is also a 1. celled in the world. The empire has 15,000, and construction of the road we will only man elnce using ? I 1.1. .A1l. .1 I .l.nW m. I. II. "Wells' Health Renewer." fl. MJ'.I IIUI'O Mull Ult ISIlia MIIII'MI IHIIIKIfl7 Ill's 000 bora available for military wrvioe. The Persona wishing to tree! will do well If you before breeiling RuiaiH thiiiisehoj Udieve their !Wd nrtll-ler- y gay that it is located upon the route select- vous, useare falling, broken, worn out and ner nualitiee my horse and lo examine "Weill' Health Renewer." SI. ! equal to that of iuiy other elsewhere. Hell a beautiful brown, IVi handi )owr, and ed by the county cour', and that the com Prevalence of Kidney complaint In America; high, auperlor hone and rauKle. Standi lor the their hor.-- artillery superior. the county court which accepted mittee of a a quick, complete cure. SI. nualiaumol iO thii Sitison or St'i.illl " ? it after construction, reported that in grade ITCH cured In 3) mlnulea by Wolfrrd'a Sani to liiHtireit LlvtHU Volt. I will also stand uy Jack, and construction it was far superior t5 the tary Lotion. This never falls Sold by Penny A MeAlliter, Druggists, Stanford, also by M. C, average of the turnpike in the county. This Invaluable prepa A D. N. Williams, Ml. Vernon. J, J. Newlaud, Prei. At (tl(l Ci) liiMirr, Bob Mc, Is P'i hanli No More Terror breeivr tlot brown with inMlr noso and a So. W. P. White, Seer., by the 11. Cimplll J.itk.be hr Robtnson'a Latrp-auinestimable ' -- plan, must l)ocomo tho main feature. From lha wouderful reforms Instituted by Russia in her huge army of horscinon, which havo put her leforo all other nations, not excepting Germany, we may expect to hear of wonderful mobility, stunninz blow--j at tho jnemy's depots anl tho appropriation of choice iwtiom under his nose; of stubborn contests with tho Anglo-India- n infantry, tho only weapon a Berdau rifio: of communication destroyed by high explosives, especially Df the laying waste smiling Afgbau valleys Inexpedient to occupy theso area few of the surpi ises to w hlch we may bo treated if Russia gets the chance." The tactics of Gen. Sheridan in lnyinjr (roste the valley of the Jamoi in the United States civil war will bo repeated. Tho uniform of tho Russian soldier is but- tonless. His garments ire fastened w ith hooks. He wears woolen or linen LanJagcs about Ills feet lnitead of stocking. He wears a linen blouv?, with cloth shoul-le- r straps, anl chamois eather trousers dyed ed. Tho war strength Jf an army corps Is fc.G03 combatants, 10,- iM horses and 105 guns. Hio active army is thm lividel: Infantry, 70S tho right of way OTeraitrlpol land throvgh the count- - of Lincoln, beginning at or ue.r Stanfurd or Ulchmond Junction and extemllag thrar bjror near to HiulonTlllo to the Oiey eunt7 line, upon the general width of not mare feet, and such additional groumli than (CTcnty-flT- e at may be needed for that purpose and tuch land at neetlrd for depot iullllDg, Stanford a may ( uiachlne hop, round houses water anpply and well other building! auJ itructurei a tuay be me-ttoiald ralInd,anJ to permit tho county to dlipose of laid property when so acquired to Mid llaliroad Company upon auch leimi ami In inch nunner as tocoinitlon as may beagrerdupoa by atld county, through Iti ld Railroad CoMpaey, at permit ted by an Act ol the lleneral Attmbly t Ken tucVy, entitled An Act to authartaa Uneoln county to raise meney to ilJ la the eitrMUM of n railroad through Mid county,' appeared May 1, JSS." The underilgnel were arpoinled a commute by the Court and dlrreted to hare tae aWete ilated action of the Curt publlihed tor the inferBiatien of thereleraef the county, and we hare aJepted this iBftho.lof rcrfciHilftg thitduty. ut AT $15 TIII2 MEASOX, OnS.'SiolNatRK a Colt. gray, 1"Sl handi high, weight "ld the Wth of May A yeara style nnd action, good In the lelna, well tIIiIkhI anil large Iio.it. with t ahouMert, head and neck well utou. He wai ChahiiM) dark 1,900 ounds and la Is of line next, lie well-sni- weal-ward- ); lniH)rtl VVo 111., Septeinlier II. IMt. will also Hand at the Mint placo our young Jack, by (. Y. Utuliblslleld A Co ,of llloota-Incto- One rHiile Chlelly Mambrlno rSV Lady Thorn. 2 ISV Wcolfortl Mam. Potion li a beau foaled November brlno22l'andteveralelhrs Intbo 230 list) lit wis tlful lH lain bv liank.iddambyAratas, 3d daw by 10. UTV. and la by Wtst I. nil. ho by Warrior, his eth dam Jim l'orlrr, uia dam Shoo F!ly.by a Mam lborouglibre.1 da.iihy Dlomeilr Nobby 'a daw a mate, sail to be by Imp Trauby, Jack Moth and Warrior larllngwlihrnarosballfoifelt theinsuratxe la Pasture furnished at revonabht rates, but will a" c. i cot be reipouslhlo for acct. tents tho lil any occur. At 810 iaJit'-'ii- .m flraufurnlshr.! it 2 n.i taken to prevent accidents or tecaiies, but will not lo rcspiiuilhlaihould any occur. DewrlptlOiiatid P.illgree -- Nnliby U a rt Mrrk with alar in loreheail and I wo white feel, Id handi t hifh high, hue uaoe and tall, goo.1. I.,,r i, iNMutirui h al ami netk, excellent thouider, ba. k In lymmetry and I guarantee theredoesu l live atiallloii p.t.enel wiol a better disposition, an 1 Iheie 'iiialltlM he Invan l.lylmparta to his progeny. As au evldeme tliat he will prwluie very last iiorsei wheu croisrsl on good unreal! the fact that aume of his very sfecd-lecolli have nothlnir hut a air Wallace dam to ressMiimeehl them. This ol uMf i, l0mluslve proof that the Ipeeilcioiri fmm id !,, Is theslre of Nobby. Jr. record 2 W4. ire. old to W. e. Kilr.ofdlilo, far IJ.OW. Oneof his co(l iro. tel lait teasen with very little handling In 2V Nobby wmilred by l.arrard Chief thealreol Basil 1 andlolii-liilsct.laulileM st $20 (ho Season or$:i( (oIiiNtirc. ... fiiuriullea writ tJlanfoM, directly on the Knob Lick pike, ana will be permitted to eerve niarei at the extremely low price of The tlreurtr.. Iters n 1 ronl.l.n rD,1 i,nx hincv Rllil flr.l i 'ilSS IstiTil hiiriM I )n m... .fl. llonln Kooluiky. lll make the teatou of ISM of 1 .1-- 1. e'oll. forn l.UliiKnigh, hands Hack, ."1.r? Mi'"'".0"PprM,i. ! Crook lr n, S H7MV.It ir.lKKWK,, vnon; ON TIME! My celebrated saddle horse breeder, On Time, will make the season of 18. J at my aUblei near the Knob Lick pike, 4 miles from tihelby City, at a FINE YOUNtJACriYh'at wllltwptruiiueil to serve a fw good mares at 110 to Insure. This Jack wUIIkjS yean old the TtUot September, I; fully I J handi high He wai slre.1 i7,,j'eJt1klMwM,oUby W, U Caldwell far an-was tikn m r.il-n- i. a half it. brother ol the l.lOi) pound Jaikow'nel byliMr. -i ir C L C. I'llIaljojlanJ April 19. Titos. J. Unix. ) W". Vakvox, VCaiMmflte. j J. N. MkXk.iau $10 to Insure a Colt till weaning time tin Time li a beautiful biy, IM4 hanli high, CATAUUlt CUKED. health aad aweel Vrrath with well proportioned form and muscles, lie was ecu red by Siilloh'a CaUrrh Uetuedy. Price Wo. tired by Moaewall Jackson ho by Washington DeesuaiV, dam Fancy by Belsbaiur. For iale by Tenny A MeAlliter. I wlllaitottandat iheiame place the wtllknawn Jack, 8LEEPLE93NI()UTdmade mlMrable by that OLD IILACK I1A1VK, terrlWe cough. Hhlloh't Curt la the remedy for you. For sale by Tenny A MeAlliter. And two young Jacks, LI.I Qhortest and Qaickeat Route from Oan tral Keatuoky to all Points North, East, WeU and Southwest. Faat Line Between "illiifUrnHM Itoitfe." rx. cassACK. olllcers must havo n privato their own. Tho pay of tho general himself is only f2,200 a year. That of a privato is half a cent a day; rather small pay for the prlvilego of bclug shot at. But thero ire many perquisites which go far to equalize matters. One of the best features of tbo Russian army organization is that tho officers are largely obtained by promotion from tho 'anks. Young men pass examination and iro commissioned as olllcers. Rulan for-hmo-of bald ipoti are all covered and all tuy balr baa grown thicker and more lively than It was before my slckooia year ago" Thank yoc again and again." Extract Iroiu letters of Mr. R. V. T. West 33d street, New York. Better than She Expected, letter received. In reply I a in happy to 11 hands Old Black Hawk and Phil say that Parker's Ilatr Balsasu did much luxe for ou tho same ue than you aald It would or than I tireetcJ. stand at $iO and Handrlcka mo norte. My hair hai not only Hopped filling out, but the terrainsheld on all colli tor the payment ol the Lieu Your hen-drlck- 11KMU1CKS AM) PHIL THOMPSON. riilllt U hanJs, the slioof the oil jack, LEXIXGTO.V A CI.VCI.V.VATI Sehcdule to Effrcl Oct. -- !. 1M. alt3, ?3 5 s; tw s ... J season. Marea trailed or removrsl hrfsre foiling time rank's the seaaoo due and must b paid. At) rare and attention given to promote iiiorrsi and accommodate my patrons, but am net liable far any accidents. LKVi II Hit II I, K. at . Bft. 5-- Lvgi :-- vV a 3 i 1 1 h i? s Ci', Positive Cure for Piles. Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed to cure or tuodey refunded-Interexternal, Blind, Bleeding or Itching Piles, l'rtee JO reola abox. No cure, no pay. Teeny A MeAlliter, Droggtiti. nal, Ivan Smooorr. What the Officers Say. To the Editor of the Interior Journal. To the people of this county wo would lay that webave been given the agency ol Dr. Marehlil'a GILT EDGE! ta leteerva price ol on.Mti PH3BB5 ' 1 ( Tbli fine young a wM hem saddle stallloa I have totvelu led limited number ot mares at Ike low I II isi.in ' esJ.nv.s.11 tj-s- s ? SB ZE 33BBH as -- S " ; asg W1) X5O3LIiA.0RS TBFwill expend his education after Which I : r I sjsjsjsjss SS&33 1 e, ii! ! .' --- L r4t , Cos-nr- g, tt s) n zM STEVE WALKER! lRri t m nn k krt-tuek- ssssts i'Ssyj s Abdallali Glonco! hi '--- mm tvist .:v i i bed-bug- s, n, .. flan-da- y. itbor-ough- Chero-kee,(- Jy 1 inH'lnJ11,'0' W'"" ut 1 0 !.... tlrst-cla- si !. -- MOTHER'S ever e Buchu-palba- FRIEKTD t,lerioftbewcirld. -bestowed ou Ml 1 .'titlOOCHSTAlt IIRKAT AXD ITS HUUnoUNDINGrt. The war fix)tiug of Russia ntnounte to no! ipilte y,UtK),lP0 ) niun. In time of peace the rogtu'ar fore about t(B.O.J an inmienv armi. A lev of twooeit of 50J orvos tt kep up ihu foi ow. For w ar timo there an .TT jjuns. Tim r.u&.stA.v AHMY I uimlor to what is generally T1m law of tho empire I, that Ru7.ini ,,.,' n... . 1U1 jtaii.. j,ut l?Mis a Airs- - matter of irn.it nrt U.JJM .!..II".?:;UJU IM ...o "m g- niPHtiof bljriiM, a,et splendid sight. The wear Asrakhaa fU) caix, heavy l).w, alK long light Lrown over coats. Tho whole ly th: a uio uumrou' wild tiibf, among Rus ian subject i that an "tuinpt lioiu serving ai sjldi'-r- i u a 'isjuu oj being tin hwiizwi, Kom, of tlw Rmttian ivgi. robust men. According xiytiCEii up "lEr'anAVEUfKL niniyoonx. V Tlnre Is more varioty in tlv of Rus-aBoldii than lwrliaiw tlmt of any othor army. More different colon are intrexluood nillitury fon?3 of tin emplro is nearly twi million nnd a half ol num. Tli9 emporor i commander - in - chief. Under him next are the ministry. Thowr eiTcti( "' drn into tho uniform. UTjIs la another of tho varied types of Ru xun M)Idioi But the gi eat pt Ide aud ntwuctli tlves oiimiro it in it f caveelrj. Tliehun-drtd- i off flylrtf honemwt fnim the e i,.a u na iituiun WMii j liruiIIUlIM nisi R eitbttlvo thoy art picturesque. TUey arc Ualf-savn-- fsd, otheis re. -- The Dread o- fS&& tiSvii:iJ,.I3 like leaving home for a short tour IiBE T. IIUBTMAN. r KY. llllariiilngiymptoius J31V'X,IHT,, Hlreof Kmma Mnriley,nob Pate, Florentine, Dlulit Now, to enable you to do this, we STANFORD, Ai , Ac , will make the seaton of Iss) nt uiy etablei jSJi'rSr.-.i'r'rjl.would suggest that you apply to A. J. Oace South aide Main Street, two doors above near numorii, ny., the My era Ho to!. Transfonutdto O'Reillr, General Southern Agent, Mnnon Pure Nitrous Oxide (its altalnllterert when re AT TWENTY DOM-AKS- . qulrfcd. ""T""1-Route, S.E. Cor. Third and Main Sts, T ranged as ono ol the life St Martin It one ol tho most dlsilngulihrd sons Louisville, Ky., who can supply you with JLli !"'ni5 PPl,lances given of Imp rimeioii, Inning good racit over good Saw to world by the ills- horaet at all distances, and n few ol h's cjlls on round trip tourtat tickets to all summer re uverlei ot modern act- an- ithe turf in ISS I vrcro all seen at thn Irout His ence. AM) I,t7Mlti:it YAJtl), Northwest, and in sorts in the North, ol the ton, Doubt, waaotieol the best 2.year-o!d-- rFrom the nature ot tha s. Tfr-St. Mnrlln la the highest type a thorougL- Michigan. Commencing May 1st, these On top of the Knobi, close by J. Carter'! Grcctry j rar liorse. atanillngover 16, liamliofulgTj, y lirea uuuerjiooii tint we can oiure. proportlono-l- , cniulilnra klml as u Unib and tourist tickets will be put on sale, and you . not publlib ccrtlflcatea the best blol of England and America, lly Imp. A) trilEELEll, VromU'tors. concerning thla ItgsiKor can purchase them by the Mot on Route as FOtiTF. 1'haeton, first dam Tokay, by Imp. Yorkshire; cc Tor nil kin Ji of general Lumber Hhliiglce, .c , oiil dam Miss Martin, hy Oarrltnn'a Zlnginee, SAFEiy AND BASEr.nb?,:f.,,,H: cheap a by any other line. The Coaches bullderaandothera can not find a better market to (son of Hlr Arch)); third dam Oahrieila by rilr t we havo hundreds' ult Ihemsclvea. Archy; and riUepti'i! Cr of this line can not be lor Reaeonable Our motto l "Oool Material (dam fourth dam Calypso, by llelalr; tilth dam lOf uch testimonials ou toof Contention) by Imp. Dure Devil; sixth Rates." I'oitoitka addreu. Halla I till', aud no fc3H2j4o mother who excelled liv nny road. Pleae ask all the Oap, Ky. ilnm Byrnes' Wlldali; aeventh dam I'lcaJllIi, by Ilatt A Marklln'a Fcranaught; eighth dam tlodof-phl' "'"" cr again be wllhout It In b CIRCASSIAN CAVALRY. questions you wnt to, sod they will be ninth dam hy Imp. Holilnob; tenth dam by her time uf trouble Abovo all, in a war with (reut Brltaii Imp Jolly Hanger; eleventh dam by Imp, Valiant, by Mr O'R'illy. A prominent physician l.uelr thce lleico aud flying Turcomans, Tartan carefully annered tnelflh dmn by Trynll. Thui It li iceu that til remarked to th blood la enriched from theaame lountaln that was pror rietor that If It were adm.ssible to and Cossacks will bo ilgbtinz on their owe pub-li- e r..XEHCISE3 The lira U ul hund. wnt n we eed a? lie letters ws receive, the Mother' Filend jiiingion, iiiei grcni race nurse ana greatest or ground That goes a great way in docldlnt alrea. and Olencoe. lorkiblrw and Phaeton re would oittst II anything on the market. our law makerp, men of Hblllt nn well as a war I College. nowned In the turl hlitorlci. obligehavo put hit nnd Imoslearuestlyentreit every feuule The nio picturesque and striking of Rus niDD who are iravoling with the epirit of my frlendi at the low figures to neighbor! and to Justify breeders at a distance In tobacontinedto use Molhr'i Friend cinectlni lun soldi in i, the fJossack. Much tnngli progress and iuiprovrnient, that in abroad Commonoomont ...... .r"V"rl wlili iMi.m,..ii.iii taku Sormon, Sunday, lending to lilui, nnd would stand a few good mart's obstetrical " ' " ..ii .i... uuringa and muddle exists in foreign comitrios ns te "' . on the shares I will also prscllcs iforty four yoir.) I havo ntv' at tho same placo in the South. Thrift and enterprise is May 3l8t, his exact standing. Tho Cossacks nro a certali my combined horse.' Jr known It to fill to prod ire a atfn nnd iiu'ik IieopiB uiai inhabit tho southern and south sprinsioR up all over the South, onward is MVl.ttl J,, J HULIIEH. M D At It x. m. at Opera House eastern iwjrtioiH of Russia. Thoy aro ei nice the cry and progress snd improvement ia Atlanta (ii, of freemen, semi independent. They jwy lie felt in tbo very atmofphere and it 8tnnd HEV. I. &. MoELltOY. tax to the government, but nro bound to iwr And my Norman horse, orm military service. They aro distribute us in hand to put forward men who will Dbadkielii l a latjr Co .Atlanta, Oa. Into ten gi eat divisions, called Arolukew. Tin labor to the end, in holdicROUtto tie world Annual Concert, .Aronday Mjfht, Juno most famous are those of the Don dlbtrict. JfvjHB inducements to emicrale to our Stale, en1st, 8 P. M. Tho Don Cossack wents a $12.50 TO I.VSUKi:. courage capital to invent with Us aud ciny black cap w ith red plume Ho kas a dail RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E Orust and fwd furulthel at reasonable rate, tin ' Uuo tuulo and troJHtre with led toclngs. lb forward Ihe good work now inaugurated. no rtaponslblllty foraocldenta should any occur. Let the prees of tho Siale keep the"ball roll-in- Regular Commencement Exercises, OVI also have for sale 17 yearling Mules and IS THAT HACKING COUOII can bo so nulcklr Tuesday, June 2d, 3 P. M. until next Aujuat election. thiro gtihril I'mIvm eured by ahlltih'a Cure. We cuaranteo It. For H. It. HAVGIIM.IX, Adverlieer. ill by Peaoy A Ml llitor. SALLIE C. TKUEUEART, Principal. dDfLWAnD & CO., LouW.ni. Mo. euufurd, ,Ky ome-whe- About Summer Trips Is a Candidate to aucrred hlmielf In tho tato Summer will eoon be here, and we will sut'Jtct to the artlon of tb.' Democracy. begin to irquire about where we will spend IIO.V. A. G. TATjIIOTT tbo hut reason. I for one .vould prefer Northern Michigan, but there are other- - Is a Candidate for Senator in the District commit- of lliyle, Lincoln, Casey anl (MrrarJ, tubjK't who would rather go up into Minnesota, to the action ol the Democrutl party Kleetlun every one feels first Monday In August Wisconsin; in Son-at- MA J. T. I. KIGXEY n. e, by Imp. Mammoth, Not lesponslqle lor accident! or oteiptt, but marralclt with me will lio well cMtnl for on reasonable terms VHWEI1I1. NfJ 02'iu lN. MnrPPain' Stallions for 1S85. No MoreDanrjer i?SWy;i7Ji!fW.S,,;,i the not only ahort. ens tbetlutooriaWand lessont the Intenslly ot !lfl7;;r';!;,r. lieneht was it i i - T0 , -- rsUUGEON ST. MARTIRT, Motnoruijiid. Lr,o,,;i,refoT Motherhood S'. .,.,, danger to life of liofa mother and oblld, and leaves the mother in a ir.ir.'t'.n't&n. "St. Mary's Mills" - s inlet-dldl- niviuw - n; COMMENCEMENT Stanford Female scr-vii- 1Y PHIL SHERIDAN, piintk-nl-look- FREE! s" -bourvlllo I I 1 isisssaws? tf