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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885051901 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. Semi 0 VOL. XIV. A Jpliipf IW STANFORD, ICY., TUESDAY, MAY Good Indoraer. 5 ijk 19, 1885. NO. 22; rsMMMM IM rublltltml TnpMlnun itHtt Friday 8a. DO 1XBI. ANNUJ1 When paid strictly In adranco. II we hue to wilt any time. 8'J.no will be charged. W. I WALTON. Marriage Promises in England. Courlnhips in KagUnd are nhort and ore Ions. No ooner it it understood that a young man and woman are in lore than It ii given out that the ate engaged. The American custom o( leaving jroung men and woman free to aocl ate together and keep cotiipinj with each olhsrforan ludelinlto length of time with out declaring their intention ia Almost un known to any country of Europe It is not long after a younir mm burins to show tbe laughter atfemiana hefore the it ther cIt intimation that he wishes to know what it mean, and either the youth declare hit in tention nr I. nnttfia.t in iii itk Whatever tbe advantagen of the English lew of this matter may have, it dm, at leant, one most obrious diiadvantage, and that i it lead to engagement upon too short an acquaintance, and it makes of the engagement tho courting time rather than at a mere preparation for marriage When once engaged the young people are thrown together in tbe frceat fashion and may be left lothemnelvea.it all timei and in all place almost aa though they were man and wife. In the general rociety of America marriage ii deemed the vitally important event in life, but in England aociety the engagement la looked upon w the raost important, and really ia a tort of first stage H hat Men Fall in Lore With. in matrimony, or the personal uniting of "Men fall in love, they say with beauty, the lives only awaiting the legal ceremony. with goodness, with gentleness, with intelLondon Letter. lectual qualities, with a sweet voice, with a The Latest Things in Stockings smile, with an agreeable minner, with a Have you seen the latest thin? in tock lovable disposition, with rniny ascertaining? They are simply ezcruaiaiiiu- - T ey able and measurable things, and yot we are meant for Summer wear, but the hosi- find them continually falling in love with ery mills are already turning out extensive women who are not beautiful, nor good, orJers. What are they like' Imagine a nor wise nor gentle nor possessing any assilk stocking ht-fitting, shapely, eleg- certainable or measurable thiug. You'll Imagine that stocking knit in find a hundred reasons given for falling in ant-then fine hut open net-wfruju ou have lore, and really the right raon which is it. They are long and rct.cb to the thigh, commonly simply because he can not help nnd come in various with black, it. He is in lovo because a mvslerious dark blue and maroon in w-if- 't demand. force in nature has touche.l him. The woThe eflect of this on a nbapcly man may beunbeuiiful, heartless selfish, feminine limb ia something exquisite. The cruel, untrue, coarse, frivolous, empty, but leg 1 perfectly encaseJ, yet cool, while if the msgtc of nature something of the through thedelicate tracery of the net- magic I su.p'ct that Puck used on the work the warm-tintetlesh blushes sug eyrs of Titatu, touches him, he sees no getively. I confer they are not the thing one of these things in their true aspect. for had weather or a windy day, for that Yrs, the Titanias that have fallen in love matter but the demand is bound to be with donkey bra is and the men that have Urge, especially aa the price is much lest fallen in love with serpents, thinking them than the regulation silk stocking. Already doves are many and all becauso of a dia1 hear the girli whispering about tbe latest bolism, or a mystic fury in nature that denovelty In hosiery, and in a few werks the lights in bringing incongruous elements tok slocking will be the talk of the gether for hie sate of a dance of deleri-um.- " beauty's boudoir. Philadelphia Record let-ter1 -tigor The Secretary of War, Mr. Kndioott, 1ms notified the clerks in Iih department that they muni piy the dfcbls contriolcd on of their r Hiatal position or leave. This reminds us of a fact which has como clown to us There wasan impecunious lnwyr in Nashville, but h warm friend of (Jen Jackson, who followed tho old hero to Washington in 1S20. and waB given a clerk, ship, This clerk contracted debt after debt with boarding house keopors, and of ten forgot to pay their bill. At last n lady to whom he owed one hundred dollars went to Gen, Jackson and spread the case before him. "Why don't you take his note?" asked the President. "That will not do any good," she replied, "for he will never pay It." "Yes ho will," rejoined the Presldcnlj "go and get hir nolo and bring it hare to me." The clerk, on being informed by the lady that she wsnted hi. nito, very rali ly gave it. Oj her return lo tho Pxosidmi-tia- l mansion with tho nolo the President look and wrote across the back in large s, Andrew Jscuson. Whereupon he told her to present it to such a broker and he would give her tb money for it. Rbe went, and was successful. Borne days thereafter she let the clerk know that she had got the money on his note. He opened his eyes in astonishment, and exclaimed, "How in the h did you get money on mynoti?" "Oh, I had a good indorser," said she. ' And who was such a d d fool as to Indorse my nolo he inquired. The response was Gen. Jackson. The clerk squatted in agony, and suffice it to say that he promptly paid tho note. It was shrewdly suspected at she same time that he knew full well which side his bread was C- J. buttered. ac-co- tit elrr. net-wor- k d net-wor- The fact that the skating rinks in Iios ton are robbed of all danger owing to the pantalets which tho cultured girls wear when skating, afford a moral text to the Ssunfiy Qaxtttt of that city. But this is not as fresh a piece of rectitude on their part as our contemporary think. If we mistake not, it was a cultured Boston girl who put pintalets on the legs of her grsnJ piano when the minister called. The simple fact is tint the feet and ankles of Bos ton culture are not made for exhibition, nnd no cm knows it so well a the Boston girl. Kinks, on the other hand, are sup posed to be a provision of nature for the exhibition of ankles. It is noted that fifty colonists left Castle Garden yr sterday for Lincoln county, Ky. Opinions must have changed out that way in the last fifteen yenrs. It was in 1879, when Joe Blackburn was a member of the lower House and John G. Carlisle was Presides! of the Senate, that the Kentucky Legislature sat down on an Immigration Bill with a vigor that surprised its promotkilled by a er. It was incontinently speech from the member from Lincoln or one of the odjilning counties. "Gen tlemen,' he said, "I am opposed to this bill. Have any of you got aoy mora land than you want? So Then if yon haven't what do you want n lot of Europeans com-in- ' out here and lakin' land that belongs to A Bask .Sivisdle The accidental stock Kentuckiam? I move lo strike out the ing is something so new that probably you " And stricken out it was. clau-uhaven't ytt heard of it. It is rsentially X Y Herald fraud. It is so stitched by its wily wearer Here is n significant historical reminis-c-ncthat a wrinkltt U made and kept ncro the Six hundred and 'ten yearn beforo ankle This looks as though the fastening the Christian era Nechos, a king of E;ypl, nt the top had let go its grip and tho article wa in dinger of dropping clear down attempted to inakn n canal between the around (he gaiter. Therefore when a Gulf of Arabia and tho Mediterranean Sea. whisk of the skirl reveals the seeming ac- The essay was abandoned the following cident, tho observer's attrntion is transfix- year, after costing, according to Herodotus, ed. However groat his sympathetic agita- the lives of 12 000 men. Another E;yp-tiacanal, nnd tho rights appertaining to tion may bo, the fair swindler maintains it, seems likely to load to the sacriQco of the placidity of a soul quite satisfied. many moro lives after ttic expiration of ("Clara Ilsllle. twenty five centuries. A box was discovered in one of tho Treaa A New York actress has "leaped at one tiry vaults containing a bottle of diamond, a bottle of pearls, a bottle of otter of roses bound into the realm of fame" by appear and a lump of gold. One of tbe older em ing on the stace before an nudience in her ploye identified the article) as presents of bare feet. This fashion of nudity on the President Monrco, about the year 1S23, stage seems to have reached the other exfrom the Japanese Government, and which treme. Lydia Thompson, a score of years had been stored in the Treasury pending ago, also "leaped at one bound into the the passage of the act of Congress author realm of fame," but we believe she wore izing their acceptance. Congress failed to shoes and not much else. legislate on the subject, and tho articles AUK YOU MAPI: MISERAHU: by Indljci were deposited in the Treasury, where they tlon, Cotiittpatlon, Dizziness, Lots of Appetite Yellow Hkln Sblloh'a VltalUer Is a positive have remained ever since. ) crc. For aaleby Penny WILL YOU SUFFEll with Dyspepsia anJ:LT. er Complaint? bhlloli'i Vltallrer Ii guarantee! to cure you. For utoby Fenny A McAlister. CU11U VOn l'lLK.-,- . are frequently preceded by a fun-- f mi igli In tli bark, loins noil lower part of the abdomen, causing tliopitlcnt to suppoie.Miliiseiinienffrctliiii At tlm, ol tho liMnejs or neighboring )nptomsof liullgentlori nre present, as flatulent-)- , mieaslnees of tho utom.ich, etc. A meloture, Ilk" prpimtlon, producing a try dlogreeM) ttcbinir, afhsr gutting warm, Ii n sery common atteudiiut. 111111, Wauling nnd Itchlnz Piles tsU at one to the xpt4teatlu or Dr. linomko's rile lieuMdy, which aid 4lrs)tly upon tho purls affected, aUeibtng th TUMore, olUjIng the Interne lUtlujattd nlTeitlnga rianniit core. Prleo IM5 Mutt. Address the Dr. llAacl,o Medlclno Co., riqua, QUt Sold by Msltob-ort- s A McAIUtcr . Pile , orji. Dr. 1IOSAKKO. This name Lnabrcome so familiar with the moit of people throughout the United Stairs that It U hardly neeet.nry to utato Hint ho It the originator ol tho great Dr. DcmiiiLo's Cough nnd Limit Sjniji, the peoph's favorite rt'iued), ulivrvtrr known, for Cousin.' Cold-- . Consumption and ail nirittinns cl the Throat nnd Lungs. Trice 00 CljU and $1.00 told bv MiltobcrU A Mnc THIS IIJIC.V OP GOIM1 WEST A Stags- - to Colorado er New Jli.xlco, fur pure sir to relieve Comtimptlnn, U nil a mistake. Any reuionable limn would use Dr. UoMnku's Cough and Lung byrup for Comuiiiptlou In all Its first stage. It netcr falls to give relief In nil caw of Coughs, CoM, limn. chltl, I'.Uds In tbe Cliest nnd nil ntltctloui that are cenildered primary to Consumption. I'rloe, CO cents old by Mslteberts A-- Stage. and SUO. there, mam, shun!" said the admiring Kit, "the loikca o' him I never did see. I'd An Entortaining and Instructive Se- loike to see him outshine thim Lexington rial Story, chaps with their high furlutin airs." 'Ho will eland n poor chnnce against Written Expressly for the Interior Jour - them in dress, I fear," said the inoth- na'' er smiling, 'Vons of wealth are there, but my wlU hs noble and sens- iBl MISS MILDRED LEWIS. ble nm ,hM j q mQte " appearance." "Dj you remember the night I went "His goin, away and your feelings, away fr,om home, Stephens? went away to main, fori can see how you grieve, ol- make enough money to marry that terpenl? though you are so bright to him, reminds I thought her an anijel then-h- ow you me of my own swate heart what went to cried over me that night, Stephens. You sea. Jim Banks was as loikely a lad as ever told me then that she was heartless and you see, mam, his mither, poor soul, said didn't love me, but I went away belieying to me, when ve watched the Hornet sail, a her tho loveliest and trust womsn in the noble and gude lad is leaving u. Kit, and world. How hard I workel in my ne aumlt tells me ne'er coom back." I field; toiled among lothsome diseice-- ; sat up can see her now, a sittin there, beatin the nUht ofter night with wild, delirious pa grounds with her hands a cryin' loike her tients, braved every danger to gsin wetllh heart would break, and she were right; the enough for her and considered it a prlvi - ' ship niver coom bsck, and I ha' not heard lege to work thus for her. Wove thoughts from Jim since," said poor Kit wiping the of love and her around everything; I never tears from her face. dozed in my chair, for that wa all the "Never mind, Kit, he may yet come sleep I got for a long time, but I dreamed there is always hope. Where is tbe moth-of her, wrote page after page of foolishness ei?'' "M York ew York 7"" B call it. I that only a maniac would write; bab, what came nere wi' a lady I was stayin wi' and a fool!" "I thought of homecoming as wealth be- here I am still. She, bis mither, promised gan to come to mr; pictured the joy my to write to me if she heard trom Jim. I prtrence would give tier after my five years went to Dr. Cligney's to get him to write to of absence I had not written for some her for me the other diy. I havn't heard "he's dead. little time, wanting to make her jjy at my from her oT lonK rm af matter, mam7 she cried, seeing coming the more complefe. I had denied myself every pleasure except that of gain- - a "ut'ed look on Mrs. Graham'a face, ing wealth, every dime was carefully hord- - "T0U haVQ'' ned he was dead?" alarmed, no man dressed sj poorly or lived so e" herself now. "0h- - Do! 1 De beard of him before, cheaply. And after all, after the five yerrs of drudgery and self denial I came back, Kit" said Mrs. Graham stitching away for bought this house suitably furnUhed to ome lime in B'IenCf'' "What did you say please her, then went to her home to tell it WM lhe Rentleman's name who wrote your all, the labor, self denial and faithfulness. l"ei?" still stitching diligently. "Dr. Cllguey! he lives by himself in a Sh was not at home the servant told me. bI B,one hou'e not ta j VJ f at church. Well I would go there; I could ", she did not bul on ntner pike. You can see the feast my eyes upon her when ,rees in hu Kit, know it, mark the change, if any in her ,0I' of the 'rom the window to where a group P looks. I hurried there, saw her kneeling at the iltar with my camtn and trusted friend, of trees were outlined against the sky. A Ben Ciuney. I was weak any way from q"rmac; people do say he was crossed in mylongcjnSnement in sick roonn nnd 'ove and that has soured him. He treats very well though; I've no objection to hospitals and the hard work I had gone white woman teiv&ui I saw her kneeling there him- - IIe'a Kot though, bj when I felt drunk and staggered and fell. They named Stephens, a heathenish sort of name brought me home and when I waked you but clever enouSh woman." "Did you say that he was never married?" Never1 were crying over me, Stephen-- . crying again," as the woman at the "ked the lady. mind table slowly wiped her eyes on her cotton, "IIe- - nome aml niver will, I'de loike apron. "She married B.n Cligney became t0 "e a woutln "7 t0 et D'- - C.igney. They wouldn't feel like tryin' any one else, he was ricb; he lost it oil and left her a lifee cornea and don't want em widow and poor, while I, who made it a fIe Jo point to get rich, have prospered. No one "Ouiil. "Yonder comes Eiward home from knows better than you, Stephens, that I1 been unjust to a human being. cbool," said Mrs. Graham glancing from have not ' "How do you like your I never took a shilllne that wasn't honestlv the w'"Jow. schoo.?'' she asked, when he had put his mine. They say I'm uncharitable, so I boohs down and kissed her, then drawing am but not unjust. She wanted me to be rich and so I am, ha! ha! and she is poor, hi seat to her side he asked her a dczen questions of how had she done without no doubt; how it must torture her treacher ous soul to know what she has missed, if him, if she hadn't nii'eed him greatly; that he doe know it. They went to another ue had her and whed hla "hol daT State and 1 haven't seen her since; have were over that he might never leave her. you ever heard from her Stephen? you "I wish you were a school teacher, mother, that I might go to you.'' used to be so fond of her." He liked his school, he told her, the The old woman shook her head. teachers were nice and kind to him, as "Well, let her rest in tuace wherever she boyr. "There are girls may br; you and I will live here Stephens were nearly all the for the balance of our lives. If I die first going, too, several of them young ladies, and one so very beautiful, mother; I never you shall be well cared for." Silence a while, broken only by the sound saw an an angel half so beautiful." 'You never saw any kind of an angel, of Dr. Cligney's step as he walked to and did you my son?'' fro. Presently he stopped at tbe hearth. "I've seen picture! of them and she had "Has Johnson paid the rent on that their sweet expression, but no wings of mill? He said he would bs here cour'(," Uuh,!d ,he bo "v SJ e "Yes, master, he told me to tell you be She l dD,t WftUl her t0 ouldn'l want it next year, the rent wa, '"""''i is so kind in her ways, mother, she said too hiRh." tht she vss slid to know mc and hoped "WpII. I nererbsr- - a man to do what wo,,ld oome t0 echo1 lon a' ahe don't want to; the mill csn wait until it's Jjjl ,f '.'Who is sht?" asked Mrs. Graham in wanted at my price. Go to bed, Stephens" The woman rose with a sigh and went up gome eurprlre. to her own little room over the kitchen "Julii Dirnlei;;b!'' There was no light there of any kind but The time had now arrived for Henry to the little which came It. through the win- - lewe home, this was Tuejday, he would dow where the winter stars looked coldly take the train Wednesday morning at 4 down on the old face lifted to them. She o'clock. His clothes were already packed stood there a long time and thought: in his trunk with his bsoks, among which How could she have preferred Bin Clig- was placed a little pocket bible. "Never fjrget it aud your prayers before ney to Mr. Mark; ho was rich, but selt'nh and unprincipled. She was so beautiful you eleep," his mother had told him. "It too, and with such a gracions way about will he a difierent life from anr you have her. There msy have been force used or ever led and fuller of temptations. Ke tales told about her. I wish 1 could know member your father's teachings and mine." They sat up lste that night talking as how it really was and tell master, I be- Have he would bs a batter mtn if he could people do who are about to separate for a think that the world was not so base. I long time, wishing tossy a great deal, and wonder if it will ever be known? I hope j saying it too, but not all they wish. Mrs. Grahtm was not a womsn to (In to and yet I can't see how. Ah! Stephens! how many of us look for- play much emotional feeling, and although ward through the lonely night and like she greatly regretted the loss of her son, the children in Comus pray for some stream was very calm and cheerful. But Eiward hung on his brother's chair of light to guide us to our Cynosure, then like you stand htill with folded hands and null of rezretful words and tears. "What shall I do without you, broihei? wait and wait. I can not study or sleep or eat without you, CHAPrER IV. I am sure" LEA VINO HOME. Kit wept bjuatifully; everything that Terms were completed with the two gennight reminded her of Jim Ginks' going tlemen at Lsxington, Bixter & Chattal by off. Henry told his mother not to get up name, for Henry to enter school and he began making his preparations according-I- . next nnrning an took her in his arms and badu her an affectionate good bre, shook d Edward had started to the mala echool hands with the Kit, then with in Danville. He would be with his mother E iward went ta his room The next uurning wnen be and EJward at nights as protection and holp her myrn ings and evenings. c.ttne softly down stairs for fear of waking The days following found Mrs. Graham their uintner, they found her already dress-ver- y busy preparing Henry'a clotbee; very ed and awaiting thrm A littUi table wiih plain clothes for a college student, but hot rolls and ooflee hmh ready for him and nicely chosen nnd carefully mnde. Every after partaking of this and repeating the suit he tried on made him look handsomer adieux of the night before he left in tlmo than tho other, so thought the mother, to catch tho train for Lexington, brother and the Irish hired girl, Kit. to bs continued in our next ' ' ' ' THE BROTIIEJIS. "He'll be the handsomest, bonnieat lad &l l!vni ; DESCRIPTION AND ANALYSIS OF THB FAMi' S S3 AJH ' imm win I CPl CONCEDED ONS or 13 V, I? h' 0 b In the World, located two miles eait of Crab Orchard, Ky., at the foot of 4"i JjljHcral Bijn0 A Dripping Spring Mountain, Near the Beautiful and Romantic ttreairs of Fall Lick and Dix River. A Paradite for the seeker of H The Hunter or Angler, or for Lovers Large SUMMER HOTEL, Jutt Completed, with a Capacity for ' nlhe " OjSriE HTJ2iTI3K,EID GTJBSTS. 'JBoard only $7.00 por Week; Cottages $5.00. A reaionable deduction for Famihei with Children and Sen ants Seaso.v or iSSj Opens May i, Closes October w x. rreaerve this Circular It may be of Benefit to you ' "" yd" "d fe &aa Mm&ttP wm Address all Communications to D. C. SLAUGHTER, Prop Crnb Orclinrtl . Sfe r1 ill -- cre &iM ?J.i r, l ,i ill . 1 DB. W. B. PENNY, 8TANF0KD, KENTUCKY. Office on Lancaster street, rext door to Ixtx-rio- r Jolr.val office. Office hours from 8 to IJ a. at. and 1 to 3 r. M. Anesthetics ndmlnlstered whn necessary. 154-- 1 Ioiitl.st. s ' ,it i '"5 f. ' Tf pi sivi I r " iivt ntnent i jr. fHfliftlN THE DEVSLG '.AKE, It i ii av per r liliim 1 K. w c ijt :ir attiubbt btfore iM - ti ir i -- pcndipc t onnr. tn -- FOK SALE, PRIVATELY. UiUv And NORTH A DWI-LLIN- fU TURTLE MOUNTAIN, Wlouso River place. l2-2- ' DESIItABLE AND io Lake. Dakota. combioed. Best buitnrss location in tba DAKU I A A bargain cn lie bad by addressing or Oicr Z 000,000 Acres o( R K. Lands in Mirme T.(iO p'r a t a d upwards. at the lew nce of CllItlSTr.tlHOK. McKlnney, Ky. sectional Jiapanaimipartir ,'ree to any address by C II WARREN, Gen'l I'ats. Agent, bt. Paul, Minn, and STORE-bou- fllU ST. nmz Tributarv BSany V Country. S. Land- - T.J. JLlJ nianitooa K. if--, 1'all, imi.nn. &) tOUISVIHt htwAlBAMY CHICC0nTl(3- - Through Coachos and Pullman Sleeping Cars From MwW'q GENTJIiNTS OHIGINAXa ' LotiiHvllIo lo Chicago, Cincinnati to Chicago, IudiananollH to Chicago. THROUGH TIME TABLE Via Louisville: ALLEN'S Sc KEHVE BONE hnfllr. VIi triHluccd In ISO br-(iiI IM ii. l"s, RU pure fur UtUMiii.mlsiri, NriiiulKtn.OlaHorttk lliirn.,ir.in.( .! ,ll other IXHllIy mln tnrmeri nnd owner c4 Mui-Nliupei-d- rrlrr. 2.Tr. r ni Ltc. Loulsrllle Arr. LafajotK I " I . Chicago.., iu 15niul 3 4upa m 3 80 li in V0 7 I S 20 p iu ( S 00 a m aloi'krnninini 'ulltnt li '" kncmti remearftat trxif "hoiildt'rstriln'" (.r.ickwl pel. hcrateMat, l :iir" nr tiu'N, prnn - l rV . yiiu. Iu the Hy 1 1 et Clls. iff' Via Cincinnati; fleirirr- of tmttiitltiii". Il.Al.l.T.N ar..oIerrpp. W.5tlift..rinrlnnritl,. virt'or Knlr It ut. l)riittiiltii.ia y." Cincinnati ff 30 a ui Lt. Indianapolis " 1.' 4S p m Chicago 8 29 p ni Arr. Dally. fDallyexcfptFunJar. I 11 I iS p i 20 p in C 55 a ui iu TTT T C ' twiB "' Re sure your tickets rwJ via the MONON ROUTE, (L. N. . A t'. H'j) as It Ii the quickest, the lest anil most Jlnit llje to Chicago anj paints iu ill Northmen. Tickets ill the Morion Itiuli on uK prln- cipal ticket oilK-.For ritet, uitpi anil tail tr. formation, ail IreM " neat ' ifiltliil iTONIO, I I I VM A.J O'lttll.LV.G UAI.I).VIK,l. f A,Chlco. a A.loulssllle n u wanna tf.TOToueaaiiruAaziwiaggrjntan Areyou falllnt. try Weu.' II faith I.e t.EWtl, u iiuro, cicau, KUUIi. " r , tiratn. NerrJ' rtor-ncl- - I irer. H 'nejrf, rant, Cmw Ant'ncijualcaittM- QUID & MISSISSIPPI The Direct Itoute to 1 1 V Lun.-a- Headache, rcrcr. Actio, f hills, DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. TORPID., LIVER, and Might Weakness, Sweats. Norvou3 oeiuai uuviuio, ieanneH. rln nrr lo't., 0 for S5.W. nt UnuTKlst3. "' t. iEii3, jorscy .ny, n.u., u. n. n. Nice to tnke. tmo merit, uncqualcd St. Louis & tho West Northwest and Southwest by the way of for JLOUISYILI.E orCIXCIXNATI. IstIds Chattanooga lor lsrllle aud Cincinna'l make direct connection at those polnta with the Lightning Exprost ou tbe Ohio A Mississippi fur at Louis aud all points West. MnTnoinn TO TTrniro nie-il- s I JJ.UU1 O natl to ot. Louis, being two hours quicker than any other lino, giving our passengers time for and Srit choice of seats In trains going West, ine goln. by way of Chicago. Only (row LoulsTllle or Clncln-JL- U 12Hours Quicker J DiiAUiiDn!Uoas uuuiiu-- i yWi W; rItemnrknhlo Cures ofoiua i O. sfcTM. Always makes Fast Time and Sure Con nootions With all Lines at tho Cntir-ho- f i Dladder, Inllammatlon, Irritation of hid--Orartl Diancva nnd lllailder, Btono or oasos or the Prostato Olnnd. Jiroiwlcaj , Swelllnirs, Fcrnalo I)beas.InPO"jn-ence of Urine, nil Wsenws ot Urinarr Organs in either sex. tor Un- healthy or Unnatural Discharges use also "Chapln'a Injection ! leur, each SI. For SlhllMS titlifrcontrnaedorv.Hm.u-minr 04 L'hanln d CdnstituJ .. .. ika c ...... .. !. nml tnn inner wnip. cj.'."'',' ill. u.11 ,. ..'Liiiiixmu Lf "v'"v,'- 'via. ..;... . m St. Louis and Intermediate ISo 1 Points. I WOTtra S.ilrr, by Express oa !ln.i., of IMI', 1 rvLvlpt of Sl0.iV, or nt Drusists. Jereer City. N? J.. V. S. A. h v kind-hearte- Ferries! XoOnuiibtiTranf : iWiliTrflnr-,"'--- ier Connections tuado In I.'nlnn nrwM ii .i. ..I with trains of lluoi eiln.. Went. Bouthwest. II you are going West to any point, tall on or wilto to the undpritgued. For lull and reltahls information in regard to Land. AC . In thn Vt.Atirn stst... tr.n. iinlilm and lowest special rates lor Tickets and ifouiehold Goods to all points West call on or address O. II. ALfeOF, Passenger Ag'tOhlo A Mississippi itallvray, v.kJ... 3IAJ. F. I. RIGNEY O hi taVen the Irt4 In thesalu 0r trat cUii o icracdlei, ami hit r1" alnoti unlvtitil ututa: Uwn, . MunniY nRosTe Patu. of ahutwsn lhe VlRkl mmA aomf ttiM mif.ll. Is a Csndldate to succeed himself In tbe State Sean v, ate, subject to tbe action of th Democracy. Curtain W. W.PKABODY, Tres't and Oon'l Maa'gr, Gcn'l Pais. Act, C. W. rAKM, Central Pasjenger Agent, Clnrlnnatl, Ohio. W. B. SHATTtJC, llarroliburg, ky tlTi:jChi:ilC;. Clnclnnatl.B Ohio. ri to a niva fOurulMil ntl iT ctunmr!:tu;j. ltf'iloalj bttb ftr traaac ih US4eg MoitK lCltwiflthtoklocB. J., CASET C0UM1Y. if we had been here 21 weeks instead of only 24 hours. The contrait between this Many Natural Adrantages. Her The Grand Commandery, F. and A. delightful climate and tho echorchlng heat To the Editor of Tbe Interior Journal. M., of the State will meet at Frankfort to of the plains we have just made a narrow The writer partly on business and partly May 19, 1885 morrow. Sfe ford, Ky escape from is indescribable. The rapidity authorities of Bell county appeal and contentedness with which we skipped in a social way, made n call on tho veneraThe ble McDowell Fogle, at his substantial to the Governor for military aid in enforcin- back into winter clothing after W. P. "WALTON. and home like family mansion between g-tho law. throwing it off in great disgust at Bombay, Chas. Houldon was hanged at Peters- two weeks ago, were moBt edifying to be Middleburg and Liberty. Life's vicissia gains t burg, III., Friday for the murder of his hold. Everything in this world is relative tudes seem to have been kind to Mr. Fo JIfixr one of the most gallant figh ti advo-dtlds, and he is discending the slope on the wife last March. the heaWeit odds ever combined, the and it is wonderful how, in so Utile time, other side leisurely. He has, I bolieve, of the aid to the Chesapeake & Nash been or- we Adjutant Gen. Cattleman has loathe the white, cool garments we doted retired from tho active practico of law, but ille Riilroid, htvo to acknowledge them-elvdered to investigate the nature of the trou- upon a fortnight since. still attends to cases when called upon. A utightl? repulsed yet by no means ble in Bell county. This is a good time to go back a little TunqniKbed, and like brave soldiers in a John Hall, engaged in bee culture at and bring up arrears, as it is not likely I large part of his life has been spent in pubjust cause thejr propose to pick their flints Atlanta, was stung to death by a swarm shall have anything new or striking of lic position, and but few havo been serand try ngin. As the true frieqda of the of angry bees which he was trying to hive. present life to chronicle for some little time vants of tho pcoplo so long with less -- GOttHaTlKU 01'- count they can not afford to let so golden The Washington correspondent of the to come. And.it will give me great pleas- charges against them. Mr. Foglo Is a pa an opportunity as securing the location of Evening limes has reason to believe that ure to narrate how all this wonderful triot of tho highest degrco and particularly through it, slip Judge Wickliffe, of Bjrdstown, will be apdoes he lovo the locality of his adoption in this gr it thorough-farchange in our life came about, to those who and an infjrmal meeting pointed District Attorney for Kentucky. early life. After passing tho usual complifrom their grasp take kindly interest in our movements. ments and asking of my welfire in my long of the leader In this precinct, Turnemillo The Supreme Lodge, K. of II., In sesIn referring to my diary I find that it CinTingcs, xnd llmtonvills, has already been held, sion at St. Louis, has Dictator was as far back as Sept. lest, that ''Cousin absence beput the question, "And nownftcr you think .when it was unanimously resolved to try to F. D. Sloat. John T. Milburn, of Lou- Judie"came to us with an offer of her your varied experience, doi't Wagons, Bond . county is tho best place to llvo afTiioo the necefsirr amount to secure the isville was elected Assistant Vice Dicta tho Casey little patrimony of about 1,000 (how &c. ter all?" tight of way, depot grounds, &c , by private tor. sentence "Sho hath cast in all tho living ; And when I becamo to rtflect on tho 4 subscriptions and sell it to the road for Conway, tho author of "Called that she had" fits into this good woman'j Ilugh capital stock at par. Oyer $2,000 Back," is dead At Monte Cirlo. He had different States I had partially dwelt In Heir self denying life, I cannot tell my readers) my somewhat chequered career, and the 13 vna raised on the spot and if there are a just accepted $0,000 for a serial to appear to send uaon our way around the world as different States and Territories I had had a sufficient number of public spirited men in several newspapers. His reil name was far as it would go whenever the Masttr rapid glance at, and summoning up nil who will bs directly benefited by the road, Frank Fergus. We accepted tho should say "forward." I These Goods aro all disadvantages, to ba found and we believe they arc, the First-Cla- ss The Supreme Court has decided that offer gratefully, though not touching the their advantages and from - tlie Best amount can bo secured without its being all United States soldiers who actually serv-e- d money, and let the matter reel, until we could only give an affirmative reply. Manufactories, "Don't understand me," continued Mr. Jclt bf anone. Canvassers aro already nt it Mexico during the war are entitled should plainly receive marching orders. Fojrle, ' to be so biased in favor of my own work atnosg tho people and should the to three months' extra pay, under an act the 0th of January last, quite unexC-seotionas to believe it superior in ever amount be obtained, the road will bosscur pissed in 1SS4, the interpretation of which pectedly, came this ..laconic, business like to all other sections. I know in sped without further appeal to the voters. has over since been in dispute. epistle from my dear friend and brother INI) of failure, however, they will cialties many other sections far surpass us. In event A rencounter took place at Lebanon John T. Pirie, Eq., of New York and I mean, to take it all in all, we have ask the County Court to order an election between Dr. James F. Cleaver and a negro Chicago: all the conveniences and resources at hand an the three precincts most benefited by tho named Wm. Runnel", in which Cleaver "Dec. 20. 1SS4. Dear Bro. Barne: Let necessary to livo independently and to xoid, Stanford, Turnersville and Huston shot Runnels twice in the knee and abdo- me know how you are progressing; also make life enjoyable. I know these re- AUXTQ ville, which tho law gives them the right men, and Kunnels knocked Clearer down what you would like to do. Come back sources are only partially developed. This to do and which is compulsotory upon the with a hoe, laying open his scalp to the here, or go on to India? How mach would undeveloped stage is partly for want of inWITH A aUAUANTCIt, Court, when the specified manner is com bone. it cost to take you to India the way you telligence, partly for want of capital, and to he voted on plied with. The question The first public wool esle that ever want very truly, John T. partly for want of energy. In regard to is whether the three precincts named will took plsce at St. Louis was made Friday Pirie.to go? lours issue bonds on their credit, not to exceed soil, wo har a variety adapted to every Oj the receipt of this communication aiternoon at the Peper Cotton Press. The kind of grain, fruit and other vegetation $25,000, and no more to be used than is offerings were 50,000 pounds of Texas wool. IVo we at oncrf began to make preparations for for CASH and Propone In fJlvc our CustomorM tho Ilcu rich alluviactually required for the purposes contemthree lots: 20, departure. It was made perfectly clear euitable for this latitude. Oar (.'fit of our Dlkcouiilx. The wool wss disposed of in de-py, al bottoms produce all kinds of graim pla'ed, to purchase the 000 pounds, at 18 cents per pound; 25,000 that the time had come for a forward move. while clover, hay and maize or Indian grounds, Ac., and sell them to the rail pounds, at 1G cents; and 5,000 pounds, at I went to the P. & O. S. 8. Co.'s office and corn, grow ; In profusion; and as a conseroad company for its capital stock at its 15 cents. got a list of rates and wrote my friend quence, while all kinds of stock do well, it par value. The three precincts named pay what a 21 clara passage out would cost. s may be said to be the hog's paradise. Our of all the taxes in the fully COUNTY DEPARTMENT. GARRARD Will Guarantee to Save you from 10 to 25 Per GenCon ivory' Vtbicle. Give Then we calculated the time it would taku knob land has generally been considered county anyway and by a majority of 301 uj a Call. for an answer to come from Xew York and Lancaster. No greater mis they have said that they want to secure the poot and unproductive. C C. Stormes began testing down his even selected the probable vessel on which take ban ever been made. This land has road and are willing to give the right-- of we expected to sail. The Miizipore steamway free of charge if necessary. The other old storeroom Monday morning. generally been badly farmed and much Friday for the mar er was to go on the 12:h of March to Cal mismanaged, and License was issued precincts having shown that they do not in regard to this land Mies Margaret cutta "direct" and as we knew Calcutta, wish to assist in the enterprise will not be riage of Henry Sudduth to its hidden resources have never been de Both are residents of this we supposed that would be the vessel by veloped. While sufficient corn and small aaked to do so and they will be allowed to Anderson. which the dear LORD would reed us. grain with proper cultivation may be raisreap the benefits without bearing any of county. weather of Sunday was But it was not so to be. The Venetia, ed on this land for bread and necoesary The beautiful the brunt of the cost. from Bombav was the one to sail on the homcconiumption, "We have nn Abiding faith that one or generally taken advantage of by the Lanit is plain thatllttleiur castrians to go to the Fork Church and at ISth. I had thought that the first men pluican be raised for market. Cut all kinds the other of the propositions will carry. tloned ship would be the likely one since I There are many of the opponents of the tend religious services. Rev.T.M.vaughan of garden vegetable md all kinds of fruits place, officiated and a large and had knew that eyen a single week would make suitable to this climate can be grown in aid who siid they would rather go down of this a great difference in the comfort of a trip into their pocket) and mike a contribution attentive audience. abundance on this land and it is particularEight young men of local prominence through India at the beginning of the hot ly adapted to grape cultu re and the wice than to vote for the road. These will now season; and I knew that an Indian suu was 1 hire rrtlrrl r.n.1 Mill rrcxirlug . be given a chance, not to contribute, but are to play an engagement in the police b'siofss. This industry has never ssjit court this (Tuesday) morning charged with a thing not to be triflid with. to subfcribs for stock, which is not likely received any attention in our cunt); But the Mitzapore failed nd still no to greatly depreciate. While fully aware serenading the town w few nightB ago with There is no better opening fir immigrinli A. letter from Bro. Pirie. We were ready to 'that we cm carry the three precinrts nam Smith and Wesson quicksteps, &c. Our who understand this bmln&w. While I ConpriUoc It lea In the msrkcl, which will b-shorthand assistant will catch all the testi- start on 21 hour's notice. Trunks packed would not recommend our knob land to ed by a large majority, the advocates of the Departute announced to our friends a cerroad prefer to raise the money without nn. mony for the benefit of the readers of this raise fine cattle and hogs for any other Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Nono m City or Country. tain, though the exact date was not fixed. department. other vote. Enmities bewteen neighbors domestic uses, yet for profitable sheep In this strait I sent a cable ine'sage to than Miss Mary Henry Walden, of Richdive JSo it Trial. and frieuds have already been engendered husbandry there is no bitter siotion in the mond, was h guest of Mrs. A. S. Dabney at Bro. Pirie, simply asking "Did you remit Unite! States Sicca the ndventnf the railand we would prefer to conciliate instead it? When? How much?" The following of widen the breach. How deeply in ear- the college lait week. Mies Llda Jennings, road we have bad mil oh extravagance and morning came this welcome answer, "Feb, nest is the editor of this paper is shown by of Bell Seminary, Dinville, spent Sunday wanton destruction of fine timber, yet we in5. Five hundred and sixty pounds " THE NEW GKOOEKY AM) IIAKIMVAISK HOUSE his subscription, which is much larger than with her parents near this place. An still have enough left oonveniently of good adThat was enough, "Cousin Judib" his proportion, but he never advocate) the fant daughter of Dr. B. F. Walters is seritimber for all building, fencing, and fuel money, and the six of taking of other people's money unless he ously ill. Tom C. Bush returned to St. vanced our paessge purposes and some to spare. Geo.Hackley, of Lou- ua were off, acros3 tho continent, nearly a is willing to more than cover the pile with Louis Friday. Mr. The health of Casey county is aa good as week before our ship sailed from London; his own. Authorized persons will wait isville, is visiting relatives at this place. anywhete. Years ago before our rich boton the citizenB and wo urge upon them to L. F Hubble and Sam A. Walton spent purposing to board her at Suez. toms wero properly drained some localities The LORD made it quite clear that we ehow their public spirit and desire for the Sunday at Dripping Springs. Mrs. Lizzie were subject to chills but those causes have were to take the shorter and pleasanler advancement of the m'ere-t- i ot the couuty Simpson is ill of pneumonia. MiisNannie long ago been removed. For the last few .VuMkl,dlyikjeurtte-.t!.to tleiMt that thrr lurs juit returnc-- l from th, cltlo villi r. !u Dunn, of Boyle, is visiting relatives in this route, though the more expensive one; and years, however, tbero havo been some chillby being as liberal as their means will per- fruli ao) well Hock of CHOICE we have never regretted it a moment, nur county. mil. ing done even on our high ridge land The democrats of Lancaster met at the been suffered to doubt that it was tho dear where malarial poison was before unknown The Revised Old Testament will prove a on Saturday and appointed the LORD'S good pleasure we should come greater failure than that of the New. How court-housWhile being no doctor I would simply ven In en J Im Trlety, dilnljr to luailtj oJ Mllifictorr In ttt; tblt we -. following delegates to the Stanford Senato- that way. Opr aim .ball auch better is "vanity and striving after ture an opinion. Malaria is supposed to at all tltnw to iup-.l- j want In our line. on tbe money question, let me While rial Convention: L. Y. L?avel, H.O.Kauff wind" than "vanity and vexation of spirit," ba caused by noxious gases arising from and who would not prefer "wine is a mock- man, W. A. Arnold, W. L. Withers, B. M. add that on arrival at Naples, where I nad decomposed matter. The' decomposition er and strong drink is raging" to "wine is a Burdettand M. D. Hughes. They were ordered Mr. Pirie's letter and check to be of so much waste timber left in the woods Coniliti of the Standard Kr.nJio! Europe and Our large line of CookBK Motca Ineludca for the first time, mocker, strong drinka bnwler?"and where instructed to vote for Msj. F. D. Rigney, forwarded, I discovered, to rot, and so much saw dust brought about the Juitljr celebrated "Orrat Wnl.rn KwrTe" end many other fawlly layorilri. Our China (ilaaa Sjnator The engine house democrats that tho telegraph operator had made a by the advent of so much machinery, may and Qtieemwire atock ronilita In rart of Table. Tea and Chamlr FU rompl.le, (llanware is the eea-- e in changing the old translation for rlcnlr cut andetched. In the way of SreadituHi we namo "There were giant) on the earth in those named the following delegates: J. H. Brown cruel mistake, and changed a two into a have produced artificial rather than natural brated Talent "O. M. Klour, urlfalled for cakeIluckwheat Flour, the queen ol all irltei. Our celeand pa.try, while Kite and Hominy, our own days' to "The nephelim were on the earth L. F. Hubble, W. S. Miller; John Stone, five making two hundred and sixty-fiv- e causes of malaria. Be this aa it may I be- otic product!, arrayed aa faithful adjunela. All thedellcaclealn Kor.lgn and Dome-ti- c Confcctloni five hundred and sixty pounds. Three are here. Tin, Btono, Wooden and Wlllowware, l.leclrlc Uiupi, Stationery. Canned Mean in those days?'' The old edition is good R. H. Tomlinson and James Patterson. lieve the disease will be removed whenand Frulla They were also instructed for Rigney. hundred pounds, $1,500, is no tritle of andacouipletellneofClgaraandTol.areoa. Well, thli li only n hint of what we bare enough for this office and we shall continever the cause is removed. llellerlna that we can make It to your Inlere.1, we confidently aik an examination of our joo.li and your patron Paint Lick and Buckeye precincts instruct course, and even faith knows the value of ue to use it with our usual industry. We have as fine watr as there is in the "g"- lleipetllully, ed their delegates for Rigney, while Bry money. But I can truly say, this curtailTAMOtl IIHOTII Kits. world in abundance both for man and Gen. James F. Robinson, of Lexington, antsville voted for Col. Talbott. ment of supposed resources didn't ruflU the beat and properly distributed throughout fans been appointeb Collector in the Seventh eoul of a i ingle member of our party. We the county. Ojr outlets for our surplus District to the gratification of his friends only said with one accord "Praise the stock and produce is good. all over the State. He is a capablo man LORD;" and "How good in the dear For Coal or Wood. Good turnpike roads run through all for the position and we are hardly ready LORD not to let us find it out until we had oar richest yalleyH throughout the entire to admit that Kentucky N about to secede The Conclusion of an Interesting-Lot-te- r Thla Ilange la Extra Ileary and li enjoyed our continental trip." I have no county. Ojr railroad facilities are gcod made of tbo my beit Juniata CharIrora the Union bacause President Clevedoubt the devil played with the wires, in enough at present but may ba mora con- coal Iron, ilaa rait top and Irout, from Him. wib Entire Wrought Iron Kody and land gave him the position in place of Jim order to crush us with a sharp disappoint- venient in future. Oteti. Wprmlnic Oten extendi under Blackburn. Tho terrible ntws comei howentire length oi Ilango. Automatic ment. Then tho dear LORD foiled him, Af.WATH lMtAI.SINU THE I.OItl). In regard to educational matters they Oren fehelf. Kntlotml Klro Lining ever, that Joe is disgusted and is about to by giving m our trip, undisturbed by any nro all that could be reasonably desired. and CiitCentera. Nickel name plate, knobi and hinge plna. Adjustable issue a manifesto attacking the administrathought of failing fundr; and when the blow Ojr high BchodU "PitosrEcrr Point," Lakdour, N. Ix- nro not numerous but aide ahclf and all modern luprote tion and abasing the President. menta. clvinz us grace to Btnile over it. are ample for tho wants and April 1st. 1885. MI. dia, necdi cf the Can be arranged with Heater f,r (To tho Editor of the Interior Journal. Praise Ilia dear name forever, whethtr I people. In regard to common schools hot and cold water. extra. Washington dispatch give the glad A Water llox or llwtcr But I must explain a little lest some have rightly figured out the modut operandi there I? no section, I dare siy, in tho Unitsomenows that Phil Thompson haB got nn ErS!??5BaaaaaaatS-I!3,lBaala the way it impressed us or not. This ed States in which popular education has appointment at ln. Gov. Knott ban ap- should misunderstand the character of the IS" r EaaSSSaW-7S'ieraB- l all " H. pointed him State Agent for Kentucky. creaturci "mounted" in tho opening sen In my nest, a few reminiscenced of our made more rapid strides than in Ctsey vecoun'y. I can remember the time when The dispatch adds that Mr Thompson will tence. The "dandy" is a journey across Europj may not bo unac 8PECIAI. AOENT, in our best neighborrepresent tho whisky men at tho capital. hicle, with sides and bottom of stout car- ceptahle. Ever in Jesus, Geo. O. Bakhes. our school-house- s KcntucKy. hood wero mere huts. Our people were .Stanford, This latter Is certainly not in the naturo of peting and projecting stem and stern; borne carelew. Ojr teachers were mostly poorly newe s it has been generally supposed he oa the shoulders of two men and much esMT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. qualified and scarce. Oa one occsshn I has been representing them there for florae-tim- teemed as a method of getting about when Managed by Jno, B. Fish. walking is inconvenln'. The larger "palremember teachers were so rcarce that our anquin," "borne of four" and so much used R C. Hume, who was sceHen'ally shot commisdoner was forced to accept n teachTub Rail raodlion his ended by the capture of Reil, who is to be tried by Court on the plains, would be an impracticable by W. C. Mullin, at Livingston, has since er who could not tell how many thirds vehicle, where such sharp turns re made died. there wa-- in a whole number. But it is Marshall, which me ins death at once. and such steep? required to be ascended Adam Catron louulit from a drover 10 far different now. There is a good school-hous- e Judge Sumrall hsa decided that awes and decended, as in the mountains. A head of 1 and 2 year old cattle at already built or in con re o of erection ssrs are not entitled to fees for taking li more stylish and expeniive "trap" for the per head and immediately sold them to in nearly every district in the county, and hill than tho dandy is found in the short, Cspt. Jack Adams at S15 per head. DKALKHSINtheswhen there is nothing but a head. tbero is scarcely a district in the county " Mrs. Louisa Miller, wife of M. C Mil- in which there are not pupils who require J. B. R l8Mll, of Cuthbert, Ga , killed well balanced jhanpan with top and curDrugs, Books, Stationery and His two sons Sinihy and then shot himself tains, being just like a large cane bottomed ler, county court clerk, died last Friday higher branches than the ample provisions ruuuy Hiuuiuy. v. arm chair, swinging batween poles and morning and was hurled tho same evening. of the school law demands. puic 7 rr lireo times. Th innliln uau v x iva tch. " mh..,i f . . lifted by four instead of two bearers as the She leave a fimily of five small children. Our local taxation ii low and financial Phyalclwia' prfetrlptlonamcurately financial didiculties compounded. Alio The Miller Rnodjjrnm imbroglio nt lighter "dandj" is The hill men, who are Her husband has the sympathy of the en- condition sound. But few binkruptcls havo over taken place among us even Tj. ITtSKSXitSaKV Louisville Is apparently settled o Mre. very expert in this curying bminess, work tire community. among merchants or speculators, Miller has gone back to New Yoik and cheap and aro rather a superior sort of C)l. Sam M.Burdett, of Lanoasler, was In ehort, Casey county oftem a good field jgg . dpi. Snodgian is making hii regular runs co'ilo-- j with wonderously sure footed tread in town last week. Mr. James M 0:ter, of far operationi for nil persons who don't Tho Largest Stook of Watches, Clocks, n tho Uailroul, lie eay he ha and great power of endurance. Louisville, has bean visiting at this place want too mnch and that too fait." Jewelry and Eifrerwara And knowing ni much as I did in "We are sitting together in our neat draw, for several Aijf. ieveracknovIedgd her as his wife, or Dr. Cox wa in town oa psBt of Csey county, its ways, and rittnral 'hat he ever married her, or will live with ing room, befoio a cheerful fiie, reading Friday. Mies May Adams came up Friday resources I could but agree with Mr. Fj Ever bought to thla taarket Prices Lower than tbo Lowt. Watcbea, Clocka and Jewelry Ito and writing. We feel as much at home a and remained over till Monday morning. ht. gle. Extfxian. paired on ahoit notice and Warranted. Stmi-Mcek- ln $nf erior$otmnd MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. BUGGIES. BUGGIES, BUGGIES! w et) OUR STOCK IS TSOVSI COMPLETE e .Jaguar Barouches, Phaetons, Buggies, Surreys, BucIl Boards, Carts, i -- Strictly snoica. ojq. T3aeir IVEoxits, i 4 - liny right-of-wa- three-fourth- CURRANT. -- H. C. RUPLEY! NEW GOODS 'SPRING & SUMME1 H. C. RUPLEY. TAYLOR BROS. HUSTOIMVILLE, DHLYn ict-cl- ol iV e FAMILY GROCERIES uH.r-.nKAra-rlc- a. OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY I GEO. O. BARNES. THE LION WROUGHT IRON RANGE, K W. HISGINS canoo-shape- e. i Ferny & M,,AIfctei PHARMACISTS, Q&jtfiffl -- ,! .o.u r Wijhs xtir ra ,.--' rr. JEWELERS. -- vy"'T-- L.&. e BuAunroL Flower m Pf)ta. i T. R. Walton." 30 cents fenC-lm. LAND. STOCK AND CROP o Btaaford, Ky., May 10, 1885 LOCAL Stanfoud Creamery Butter at atT.R. Valn Hevkn thousand feet of white oak lnmliAr tnr Hftln Sit It IT. Wntrpn. l. iff. Mall ii ii ii TIME, CARD. ....1S39 IMIHMM train koIdc North Boulh Kxpre strain" Houth ox r. m Go to Harrison Given for the Qnest and cheapest plant of all kind in town. Norh. ...... 1 8 A M. it 05 A. M. t fc' i ALL.honor toSlanford and Hustonvillil LOCAL NOTICES. The former gave a majority of 311 for the Ecy your (chool booki from Penny A railroad the latter 1)7. McAllMer. A Monday 18th, we will sell best Watches and Jewelry replied on rhort coal Krai (including Peacock and Jclico) at Ho notice end warranted bjr Penny A MaAli delivered to ciHiomcr in town and 10c on tor. A complcti! tock of jewelry, latent Bright A Curran. ctyle. Kockford watchc a epeclalty, Pen ii Cor, Welch hi ad the railroad subscripny fc McAlitter. Foil cotichx, cold, Ac, uee Comp. Syrup tion $500, the ItrrKitioii JoutiNAL with folof White Pin, In 25 and 60c bottle. Pre- low with $300, Bilxht A Curran $200 and pared by Mel.oberts A StaKK. A of othoM D. W. Vitndevwr 200 Faiimeh!!, Kkad This. Go to Dr. M. subjcribt $100 each. L. Iloiirno'n ilniB atom and net ona package of Sam A.Clark' Hoc Itemed-If you We learn from our boy that the are nqttatUDcd after uinj it your money Hop laft Friday night wa in every will be refunded. way delightful and a young lady of that plaos sent tt word lint the "Stanford Or PERSONAL. chestra la just too sweot for anything, and Col 0. Welch ban Rone to Loul furnished the innate aho ore r danced tIIIc. to." Mish I.ii.lias ItfciiAHAX, of Crab The l'rojccntln.' Attorney, Mr. 11. C. ia vlalting MIm Maggie It. Xtwland. arret), succeeded In reruring threo Mn. ASoMn". Bum. Uihout, of Garto Iho penitentiary nt the Wayne rard, are the guetla of her father, Mr. Will Circuit Cnut, which atoned Silurday afterCraig. Mu. C. 8. MiLLEiihaaRonc to Xah noon. Rebl. Southard goes up four years for manslaughter and Mono Crabtree and e ville In the intereotof tho OrtrUnd John Roberts, for grand larceny, 2 and 3 Companr. Mil. A. IlEnnnivr will be the butter years, reprctivolv. . As Mr. V. A. Hall and wife were remaker at the Creamery hereafter, Mr. itravta baring been called to anothor turning from church Sunday, their horse becaino frlghtenid at the train at Richpoint. Mrs. STLTiits Buncii, Mr. Sophia mond Junction and running otT, threw the Lederer and Miaa Annte Buchanan in occupants out of the buggy and bruised charge of that clem ladies' man, Mr. J. them up very badly. It is thought that O.tenheimer, left Saturday for the New Mr. Hail's nooo is broken and Mr. Hail la badly hurt about the face and breast. The Orleina Ripooition. Mim Mamie Sims Allen, one of the bufgy is a wreck. prettiest and moat loveable cf the College The following is the voto on the railgirl, left for home at Rirnidite, Saturday, road question by precincts: Walnut Flat cot wiihing to remain to the oommence 35 for to against; Crab Orchard 70 for 291 ment, owing to her recent be rravement. against; Stanford No. 1,318 for 121 agaiosl; Stanford N j. 2 203 for 110 again)!; High LOCAL MATTERS. land 2 for 123 against; Wayncsburg 21 for BtT cinned good. T. R. Walton. 110 agftlnit; Tiirnenivllle 01 for 133 against; Plants of all kinds, cheap, for aile by O Hustonville 27 i for 177 against. Total 1,- " 07 for 1 207 against. Msjority against J. Kewlmd. The li calculated on standard tlint, It Jboul 10 minutes faatar A mo lot of shoe and slipper opened at the Groat Ihrgaln Store 8. L PowMolar era A Co. ut colts sold At Woodburn twenty-twfor an average of $099 76 Twenty-fou- r fillies brought an average of $773.33. Piano Tuning Repairing. Forty-sevePercheron stallions and Our I'lam Tuner idJ Ilepslrer wilt be In Stan-fol- d sixty two mare purchased at La Ferte tbout 3iui "i.'itli. Orileri for TuoIdj and Bernard, in France, arrived in New York IUpstrlofi left with Mri. H. C. Truchfi.it t tlia Saturday. Oae of the stallions weighs about College will be attended to. Satlilictlon guaranty!. .viijWAitn X co . one ton. Lexington, Ky. Dan ville CoDHT.Capt Bush rsporta about 400 cattle on the market; sold quicker but not much advance in prices from last court. But few good cattle sold. Com- By the saucer or gallon, Lemonade bjr the drink mon brought from 3 to 1J. Four aged fan- or gallon, sweet Cider, dinger Ale And a lull per hundred. No ol Cakes and Dread can be found at cy cattle sold at $0.07 mules or horses offered. Good crowd and J. T. HARRIS' BAKERY. buriness fair. RETT ADTEBTISEMKNIh. THE CHEAP GBOOBR. md n T. 3 R. "WALTON, DEALER IN- - 22-- ICE CREAM! r o w I O CO cr. HUS TONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. . Hus-tonvil- le bt d, Ds Tele-phon- W-E- 1 Just received fertilizing. a oar load of Guano, for Bright A Curran. 183 Wo had a quiet election on Saturday. Mfj. Rigney psssed through Saturday, looking amiable The defeat of tho railroad proposition was a dlssppointtnent to many of us hereabouts Mr. Joseph Haskell and wife, of Augusta, Ga , are at F. M. YowellV, who Is an undo of Mrs. II. John A. Wright, adm'r of James C Wright, deo'd, wall ofifer for sale on the premises on Friday, the 20th Inst , the farm of about 190 acres, In good condition, well watered and located on the pike rquidis tant from the village and Moreland Station. Also a cottage dwelling at the town limits, and a storehouse in the town. All this Household and property is valuabla. kitchen furniture, stock, farming imple-mentbuggy and harness, hay and oats will also be sold. Mark Jartnan bravely threw down the gauntlet Saturday and defied all opponents, without respect to race, color or previous condition, to present material more thoroughly fitted for legislative efficiency than he. He pointed proudly, to his record, exhibited his "Fair Bills" in proof of his declaration that no man had ever been In Frankfort who could have got up a "Bill" of equal merit; defined his position on tho various questions of the day and especially pledged himself for the pasage of a law requiring in every cue n suicide "to support the child." He was replied to by Archie democrat, who Insisted Rally, a wool-dyeMark wa an unprogresstve African one who would neer rise above his origin- al and who had no more burinera in the Legislature than a hog in the Holy Lind d WE.Xj, HALE'Sju:v:e iwt. oii3NB g aiSLyjBi- - J Summer Retort will le unlir le.t-oand as It H etii If fly refltted and relurnlibed, I tan roulieiny patrois comfort as well as hrallti. Hoard, f" per weak, cottage. S7 per ter meal, 50 cent. wet. Will bare a conreyacca at tbe deroi to Tblilicntlb-gtrlnmanrg-jioetiitli- my meet paengerit 22 3m A. L. SI'OOXA .VOItE. From my pnm!iei at McElnney, about a elt since, a Huvrct Jlorna, with very heavy mane and tall not so heavy, left hind foit nhlt and two little white apou on right Jjw, Any Information concerning him will Imj reasonably compensated. Address mo at MoKlncey, Ky. i9-- t a3Ft.!I3 ! And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. IN ADDITION TO UROCEMEd AND ffiOVHIONS, HE KEEPS Tin-- , JWO.Y iti:rxor,Ds. DC1LEB N.T. HUGHES, IS and Queensware, Ten bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, Glass- - Farming Implements, Tuine Bindtrt, Heatrt, Movtrs, DmeMicSacin'j JlucAinei, Ac, also lhigji(, Carriages, rhaelons and 2'ennessee Farm and Spring Wagon. Call and examine my stock and get prices belore buying tliewhere. I will glre you a good bargain. Office at W. If. Iiltfglnt' Ware ltoomt on Main street. Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. FIRE INSURANCE. jasro. im:. 'KCiLis, Canned Goods from the Best CanSTANFORD, KY., ComRepresents the Best and most Prompt-Payin- g panies and his rates are very low. OItb Mm a 2.H call neries of the Country. IGK! ICE! ICE! I will deliver tat let to r.gular customers In tin ford and Tlclolti trery luorjlr? at ONE CENT PER POUND Aceoucts due at tie when customer nulls. 19-- tf - d ie of evh month, or Nnw good received mot erery day a S. L Powera A Co'a. and they are all told at wonderful bargain too. had at Cxkamery HvrrtMMii k can R Walton at 5 ctaU par all timinofT. gallon I. M. Bruci, Manager. 1 4 flf CoNatDKRlNO that the people are alwavs McFerran assistant . Mossrs. II. W. Erana and I. P. Curry 1rprIT8 adverse to vtn a possibility cf an increaie Tun roif of the kitdhen of Mr. T. M In tax and of the unmanly methods resorted now have electric bells for the outside DANVILLE. - - - KENTUCKY, lVnninglon caught Are a few night ago, to by m a n t of the opponent, tho iNTEtuou doora of their dru? stores to tho sleeping Moalsaro Nrvedat all hou . Game always on but km exioguinhed in time to prevent re Journal frets that it comes out of the rooms of the prescription clerks. hand uihI In its season, oysters fresh lli, and sliu-ilriou lot. informality in tbe papers, dell!1!- sorted In all elylm and on short to an rallroid fight, which it mado as vigorous P.eatau-ran- t" notice. Lookout for thp sign won-ted- . The Mr. Nelson Adams was returned from tbe and call wbeu you are hungry. Tnr. Mtrry Itacbttkra of Stanford will as it was opon, by no mean F. ?!'. JI.lSOMIKIJir.il .to CO.. give a Imp at the Opera Ilowte Pr!dT odds were fearful against us hut the major- Lexington Asylum, Wednesday, retried Danville, Ey. otglit, Juno ftlb, for which they are mik- ity considering everything very small. We Thursday and again taken to Lrx. Fri do not regret our course in the matter in day. ing great preparation. The University Nine of Richmond the least and if xny man is so infinitesimal-l- y oultirntor on the handle the and tho Centre College Nine, of this place, Wk small as to begrudge us our right to My celebrated saddle horso breeder, On Time, market. We have bought too many and speak on all propositions as we chose to, played a game of ball Saturnay evening will maVe the season of ISSI at my stables near the 12 Knob Lick pike, 4 miles from Shelby City, at for the next 30 days will clous them out at his patronage is undeilrable and ho will when the latter were victorious. Score " to 27. $10 tolnsure a Colt till weaning time cod. Bright A Curran. oblige us by withdrawing it. The marriage of Mr. Wm. K. Massie lny, 1M, hands high, On Time Is a The people of thli rcction owe Judge The Louisville A Nashville, through its and Mies Lilly lliggins, of Lexington is an- nlth veil proportioned form and muicloi. tie was R. Carton a debt of gratitude for hi untir ho by Washington sired by btonewall recognized oflicials, had promiiod "hands nounced for the 21 of June. Mr. Maseie Ufuiimk; dam Fancy by Bolahszzir. ing fl'ort in behalf of the railroad. He place the well known I will also stand at tbe Mine oQ" in the railroad election and consequent of Centre College, Jack, jerked in ieaon and out of rearon and al- ly the ndvocttea were not expecting so cm was formerly a student and Miss Higgins of Cildwell College, this AAV K, OLD ISTjACK ways iucceifally. A more liberal or more ctoiu a fight as that made by Bosses Irvine place. public spirited man doea not tire, nor do And two young Jacks, and Analey; In fact, Mr. Trvine had, unsoMr. J. K. McGoodwm, who ia a sufferwe know one more deserving, licited, stated that he was for the railroad er from rheumatism, will leave Tuesday or HENDRICKS AND PHIL TUOXPSOX. of the old Thll la Landlord Poiitman bai fitted up on and of course he was taken at bla word. Wedneiday for Hot Springe, Ark. Wm. dricks Is 14 hands, the size Black HawkJack. Henand Phil IS hands Old Short Row in the St. Aiaph building the Subxquent to this, however, an order, or II. Prewltt, Errj , one of our West Eud stand at $Ut snJ Hendricks at $15, on tho same terms as tho horse. fineit barber (hop ever opened in Stanford. request probably, wa received from some magistrates, who has been confined to his Lien held on all colts lor the payment ot the or and the of the ub officials, aaylog that tho L. A N. home since last fall by sickness, ianow get season. Mares traded due removed before loallnz Everything ia cew and finl-cla- -a and must l) paid. Ail time makes the season given to promote success and Thompson and Toll, are would prefer te see tho aid bill beaten, and ting well. care and attention barberr, Merr. accommodate my pitions, lm am not liable for outers of the tentorial art. Shaving 10 while no one would have blamed him or Mr. J. W. Proctor, of the Boyle any accidents. LEVI 11 Vlilll.E. crntr; hair cutting 25a Give them a call. Mr. Anstey for voting in the interest of Bink, Saturday received a disthe their road, it was neither Incumbent upon IF YOU WANT TO from Richmond announcing The editor ha gotten out thin paper un- um nor expected of them to attempt to patch of his niece, Miss Scotta Proctor, death Qic der the moil Irvinz eltoumMnnre. I h ll lence voter against it, which by foimetly of this place. Mie's Proctor bad attack to ba in bd enough w S M'-f.AND MAKE reason of their position they could do ca for several months been a sufferer from acd auflVring the torture of the damned Countlog the vote so influenced consumption. ally. with a felon on hi thumb, he baa furniihrd here and at Crab Orchard, It may be said USE Hon. M J.Durham returned to Washpuch copy aiit ia and if our reader don't that the L, A N. defeated tho proposition. ington City Saturday evening. W. D. like it ther will pleaie lump it for thia Tho employees to a man on the Cincinnati Moore attended Alexander's stock sale time. Southern voted for the railroad and un- Your correspondent had the pleasure of Having concluded to continue in bui. trammelled the L, A X. men would have meeting in Danville Monday Mr. Farr.a nep, I have purchased and am now open- done bo too. Perhaps the Company ia not vrorth, the gentlemanly representative cf NP ing one of the largest and beat 'elected to be blamed for attempting to prevent a the Harrodeburg J)mociat. H'.ock of dry good, notion and fancy rival corporation from being built; but Six young ladies compose the gradu Kooda ever ihowu in Centtal Kentucky. when they promised to take no part against ating class of Cldwell College thia year My old frienda are invited to call and I it they ahould have eeen that their word Their names are Miss Mamio Mttoalf, All Iho Latest Improvements. auure them that I will make it to their wjs kept. whose home is now In Atlanta, Ga ; Mis " to trade with me. J. W. Hayden. Eiizi Lusk, of Lancaster; Misses Anna FOR DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS, MARRIAGES. Chandler, Bertie VanMeter, Geitrudo ADDRESS IN tho Senatorial raco Maj. F. D. Rig-ccMr. John Hell Mulllns and Miss Bailie Newman and Florence Slaughter, of Din-ville- . of of Carey beat Cot. A. O. Talbntt, Waters were married at Mr. W. B. Smith's CoilBT-UofSK ar my absence my en, Will, will con-trawith any one wishing briok or any. thirty eNe In my line. Henry Bauirh-ma- In Texas has a law making it a misdemeanor for a ptrson to point n pistol at another and Kentucky would do well to make It a felony. W. C. Mulllns at Livingston thought it very funny to snap what he thought trim an unloaded pWtol at R C. Hume, n young arercisnt He felt like a murderer, though, when his friend fell over mortally wounded. It Is idiotic to uppe a pistol is not loaded. They v are under suoh circumstances. DANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. 11. E. llAKROir. For Bargains, There Is No Place Like the Corner of Main and Somerset Sts. -- Piano Fortes; Co.'s Cottage, Upright and "Usury." also the Estey, tthonlnger and Hamilton Organs. and terms to closed Tutr-da- y Instruments wtd at prices orders till you suit purThe D nvllle public school get oar chasers. Don't giro your Danville, Ky. after a seeeion cf nine months. Mrs. prions an! terms. Post-clSc- e, The Senior clara of Centre College has G-- . oompleted its examination and is now RSPICSBMIS awaiting commencement. c& The Danville Ltlerary Club was en- Cincinnati, O., and Indianapolis Friday night by Mr. J. "W. 1tulsTllle, Ky. Steluway A hons. Decker Iroa ', tertained Ind., dealers In Yerkcs, when the euVjcct diioueed was Hal cm'. J A f Fischer, Voe A Sons', Raldwin A square IFL. W.5Vte:rs IKMEXSE SIOCK OF- - 1. M. ISultlwin Co., WJkikfe -- Sf Ur AX1- liI I TRI.1I.UED Lucy Welsh is principal and Mies Delia MftSOiiaiRimer's Restaurant SfcEADY FOR THE WAL1LS AT- - 0in - M'KOBEBTS & STAG&'S. AM, PRICES ASD STYI.ES. bt ON TIME! n: "The Bourne from which no Traveler Returns Sick.". Tbe hoy stood on tho burning deck, Determination in bis eye "For Bourne's Drug Store I am bound, I'm for tbe little Ioc or die!" Twinkle, twinkle, little star, My Irlend, tho cheapest goods, by far, St Bourne's Drug Store you fill find The purest, best, ot every klndA Mtry had a little lamb, ' (For Barnum she should quickly send); But Bournn bis the nicest lot Of Druga acd rings, breast pins and thing, Of spectacles and soaps, perfumes and envelops, Fatent tncdlcinii of all kinds, Globe mixed paints, cordials and wtnea And every thing else, the cheapest and beat, At The New Drug Store, (to rhyme, put in "Bourne ever more Yc urs till death, M. L. BOl'RNE, at the New Drug 8tore, Stanford, Ky. II ' Na-tion- FILL YOUR GAME BAG, BIG SCORES, 1, B W li.SKi!ii UNDERTAKER, AND ) emington m IB FLES-A- SHOT GUNS. Lamberson,Furman&Co., SOLE AGENTS FOR Sporting Arm! and Ammunition, OFFICE, 73 any prices you can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. A1m a full assortment of Cofllim, CnCH, Shroud and Itoues, eiuhrexy Ing all tho Now Styles, both cheap and expensive. Ware romor opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford. Ky. Full nud complete assortuient of Furniture, cuilmieiug lil ii r from tho Cheapest to tho Finest Parlor .Suites No neetl to go to the largo cltlen to mnko your purchaser, ito matter what quantity or cxnality you mint, as I can nud nill duplicate A fcv-cr- Iealea- ill U'limxittii'e - I y 1 Baylo, at every precinct in this county. 0 coune he carried Casey and having all of Osrrard save Ilry.tnla ville precinct, will be declared the nominee of tho democratic party at the convention to bs hold horo on tho 28J. This precinct gavo him 105 to 07. G. D. WEAREN, AGENT. Sur- Sunday, Married, at tho bride's home in the Bright neighborhood, on tho 17th lust., by Rev. P. 8. Pollitt, Mr. James B. Beaver to Mies Thesdocia V. Thompson. RELIGIOUS. M. Bruce will preach at on tho 5th Sunday. The deligatrs from the Stanford Meth- In thi) county on Saturday the results ot the precinct meetings was that D. C, May received the nomination for Representative in tho Legislature over W, E Qrubbs. Ia the Senatorial matter tlje vote of the county was cast for Hen. A. G. Tal bott. For Circuit Court Clerk, Mr. R. S. the Nichols received the nomination, wealthy newspaper reporter who had thn audacity to oppose him for a time having withdrawn to escape nn open rebuae at th e hnnds of n virtuous nud Indiginnt i j- pp-uli- , who always see to it, that nothing smacking of anything but true christian fairness is allowed to prevail. B this act-Io- n cf the povfreigtis, Mr. Nichols bcccmca clerk of both courts, the county court of Boyle county and tho circuit court of Boyle county, and this was probibly what tho poet was thinking of when he wrote: I taw tiro clouds at sarly dawn Tinged lth the rising sun, And as thoy rose and tloattd on They mingled Into one. E.Remington&Sons' 281 & 283 Broadway, WESTEKN COMMISSION MERCHANT AND SPECIAL NEW YORK. & D. H. LAMBERSON ARMORY, ill feeling engendered by Sat urday's elsction seeics to ba on tho part of the opponents of the road. Tho advocates were serene nod calm wbito tho other side This was very boisterous and threatening. was especially tho ctsj at Huatonyillo whero men withdrew their halancej from the Bank besiusa ltd officer favored tho railroad, thrsajenel to bjycatt the merchants nnd drive the negroei favoring the aid from their premises. These hot head-o- tl fellow are no doubt ashamed of them-selv- ei y. Wo had the same right to favor aa they had to opposo. A reckoning day will come though to Rome who sought from selfiih motives to defeat the enter-P'ieto-.h- All the Rev. J, Buck- eye, (larrard county, - - Stato Street, Chicago, HI. - ILION, N. Y. CO., The Largest Stock of Buggies, Carriages, reys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Farm Wagons, Village Carts and Buck Board ever Brought to this market, from tho Cheapest to the Best, EMBRACING Also n odist church at tho District Conference, which convenes at Ltncister on the 20th irnt , are Ueo. 1. Bright nnd ami Stephen E Ovsley. Alternates, 8. IVr.'er StaKj; and T J. Bjsley. There have been 20 additions at the meeting now being conducted by Rev. P. T. Ilile at Junction City. The crowd was so immenee Sunday nipht that many people were unablo to get inside. The meeting will continue till after next Sunday. REMINGTON SCOOPS, SPADES. MADE IH THE REMEMBER BEST CUR ABOUT FORTY DIFFERENT STYLES. SHOVELS, MANNER, GOODS Full and Comploto Assortment of All Kinds ol Farm and Mill Machinery 1 BY SKILLED ARE ALWAYS WORKMEN. RELIABLE. Now Is tho THAT Ono Ploco of Solid Stool. NO MOLES 0a RIVETS TO WEAKEN THE BLADE. SEND FOR CIRCULARS. l'laco your 0nlr3 for Harrows, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Cultivators ami Flold Ilollorf, And seo My Stock and get Prices before Purchasing. I have a few Sulky Spring Tooth Harrows that I am authorized to close out at less than cost. line to June wheat 00 cents. Is full In-- ' in (JhifW'o hi REMINGTON AGRICULTURAL CO., Il.ION, X. Y. OBIce, J IS Cnumueri Street. New Yorli They arc "Worth the Money asked for Them for OultiYating-xmooro- p of corn. GEO. D. WEAKEN. ,' V J 'i Ljr $tm-Wii- h $ntcrtorf ouriial HOME. TO tnd decidedly of n mechanical t irn ot mind." "sVliat class of scholars do you generally have-'- "iVOMAXAND "Evory cla-- . VARIOUS ITEMS OF INTEREST MOTHER EVE'S DAUGHTERS. and it is bound to do so. Look court. what it has done for France. Tlio Parisians 8. And last, the cabinet olllcer. Minneapolis! Household et Uw fnsbions for the world. Their clothes "Dy tho Lord, sir," continued the old gencan bo lit them The luxury of n bnth-rooThey are cut scloptillcnlly, nn.l tleman, warming up to his subject, "I uevor nfferded by only the eamnnratlve few who ire not the patterns of guesswork such s I yiolded a hair's breath of the prerogative of Imported 40 caata III.. Meptomlwr II, Pssi. c examples of every day in the streets tho louate. My wifo mndo no first calls on Wind, Bleeding or Iwnln I'll. Prlee live In fnraace or steam-b- tUd dwelling-- . We will alto stiud at the same place our fine abox. No cure, no pay. IVrnsy A McAllster, 111 coU Bathing renins is always dangerous; hero. It is eastor to cut correctly than those below her on ttio list I have given you; young Jack, and yet the fnrmeri, mochauliis ami many 3tutruite when the system is onco at- and tho Dover lacked first calls from them. Druggists. ethors who nro able to have few luxuries tained." Wo entertained n great deal, at n time when Daughters, Wires and Mathers. ! can nlToid least of all to do without U com few did so, nnd every year of my sorvlco in We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchiil's Conceits In Stationery nntl Perfumes. At 810 for is I.HIitirfoll. Boston Is a beau (his wlfoi f:sO,OO0 fort mid reftoslimont of frequent bathing tho sonato I gavo Mrs. to cure Female Diseasa feaale remedy, iNow York Post. tlful blai-s- , US hands tilglt, was foaled Noreiiiber after tollsomo dnys' works. The first moans Hut before wo loft It is again the fashion to real ono's letters, a year for that purpose of Justice McLean es, suru as Orarlan trouble, Inflammation and 10, 18TK, and Is oy Weal Lad, be ty Warrior, his pf is to ninke one's self cloaa. If tho wives Washington rutins dam by Jim PorUr. first dam Shoo Fly,by a Mam Ulceration, Palling and Jliplawutut or more farmers realized 1UU, not so many of and bangbs with teals nttached aro among nnd Catron had tipsjt tho social scale, nud feeling, Irregularities, ltarrenneas, Chs&ge uiethand Warrior Jack Pastufe fnriilhtt at iMonabl rates, but will II cases. them would leavo the liarvos: tleld or the neue-- t devices in fancy jewelry. As. puhed thomsolves far ahead of all those who down weaknesses of Life, Uueorrliaa, besides l I., CII1HV, Ky. not be responsible for aerldents sho Id aur occur. threshing machine, orere.1 with the swont for stationery, it grows more dainty each would submit to It." ' Stanford. III Headache, m iriMV-t- ' WAKKh'lKliit. season, nnd some very quaint dovI;es nr springing from tho abore, I will alio stsH.1 a FINE YOUKll JACK that and dust of the day, oat a hasty rfuppsr and Weakncis, 8lplfrssness, Ncrrous deused to head fashionable French note paper wllllerertnlttl to serve a few good tuarrs at 110 Illustrious Tliun the Itnmannu". Moro 20 to bed as soon as the chore are lonj, and envelopes. to Insure. This Jack will heS yearsoldthe "thol "Papyrus," a rough-edge- d bility, ralpltatloa of tho Heart, Ac. Fer sale by London Truth. sleeping in tho same soiled undergarment! beplewber, Is ftally lurt.li blgb. He was sired stationery, undecorated, is considered tho druggists. Trices Jl and It SO per bottle. !?nd ihoy have worn nil day. Tho lato czar's widow alms at becoming a br the Jack tint was sold by W. U Cldell for best form, and when sealed tho packet looks toDr.Marchlsl, Utloa.N.Y., for pamphlet, free. was taken to California He Is a hall tl.lW and They always got up tirod. Why' Hosting lodestar of intellectual nnd artistic celobri-tioMr. consist) of two processes thro-.- in,; otr tho in tho best taste. But many pooplo oloct for For sale by Penny A McAlUter, Druggists. This fine young saddlflstalllnn I hare concluded brother ol the 1,100 pound lack owned byC. L, PeyHer circle embraces a sufllclont numC. fancy headings, and most ingenious aro tho ber of lndlos of quality, French and Italian, low ton Embree. otf to letierre a limited numbered mares at the ffeto matter of tho body und a efforts made His Loss was Her Cain. price of to meet modern notions in this to give it tho air ofaP.tlo court. (Jontle-me- n tow supply of fresh material from tbo blo)i. respect. "Well, roacam," said a fsrhlonable puTitclan to 2fow when tho farmer, or anybxly olo (joes predominate. Tiny tront her ns u TB3ST !DOIiIj A.IRS I "Always at home" is one of tho now de mum of imperial pretensions and stand in a wealthy lady patient, If you don't llfco my pre. bod in tho soiled underclothei of the day,, io vices. It represents a largo snail with its hor drawing-rooexxiJon till education after scrlptlon, erbaps you bad better try Paikei's Which money I will placing dlstniic--- , 6 Id n covered with a thin coating of with his ntn respectful bliu In the hands of the season Is urer by on unions sho shows tint tho wishes them Tonic or some other imck stuff." "Yeu don't some u"l saddle horse nun, oolr to steady him dust and perspiration, tho system can't get house designits back. Invitation cards suggestive of tho form of enteramwared, but your adrlte In his jalts. for be has theiu naturally. I expect rid of its elTeto matter, becauw tho pores aro to coino noarer. 1)j Lesseps, Kenan, mean It, Doctor," she "JlluoUniHH Itoutc." clogged up; while the absorbent of the skin tainment a caid in ono corner, a party of Caro, tho HoussayoJ (father and sou,) may begsod for all that. SomeHmM what you toexbiblt hlraat tbePalis. dlltKdgsIs S sears old this (Spring, datk Usy or brown. IM4 bands musicians, apparently blowing great blasts Dumns actually convey back into the system the ills, cmlnont members call 'quack stutT Is the lest and west scientific high and a perfect model In form He was sired Shortest and Quickest Route from Geo and tral Kentucky to all Points North, poisonous matter once thrown o:r, but of dance music from trumpets, horns, and of tho Geographical society, of which medicine, after all." She wt a bottle t Parker's by on of tlin nole-- old Deumark fsmlly, Lesl which has been allowed t) rsmiln bugles, n dafuty and ivsthetic supper table, hor brother was n benefactor III 1S70, aro Tonic and It cured her of neuralgia arising from llubble's On Time; lit dim by one of the grandest East, West and Southwest. ".te. Note pajer headed by appropriate In snr country, Cabbie's OKI horses ere. on tho skiu and clothe'. It should quotations among her courtiers. Hor complexion is .ll...l.rl .tnmarh arhl EfrTel. 81i told her Lexington, a knowntbat has taken more premiums Fait Lin between horso from the poets is considered soft and fair, her figure matronly, and hor bo tho rulo of all never to go to tad dirty. friends and now they all keep a doctor at homo In than and got moro good horses than anj known IsKXI.VGTOX A CI.VCIX.V.1TI Fur morning bathing, cold wnter is the mos: pasaa; still it is really more us) J than any manners placid. Her children, ot whom the form of Talker's Tonb . horse; any boriemaii will tell you so, therefore w Schedule in Effect Oct. IS Ittt. sliouia col lei in strains oi wirvt iwo lamuin invigorating; but the topld bath Is the right other stylo of faucy stationery. sho takes tho most tender care, grow fast. lundown. Ills Id dam was by Faulkner's Young There seems to bo a growing partiality thing for tho evening, when one is tiroi. Although tho eldest is only 13, ho is already Consumption Cured. America. Uncle Peier Ucntry says be was tbe best And, uiile-- s onj has a ell. appointed bath- among fashionable young lad (as for delicate n young giant. Thoy aro all called ::??,?? :? s ? J tbat erer stood In Uoyle county. Third An old physician, retired from practice, lining perfumes, and, provided tho extracts aro of Jouriowsky, a namo held by somo Ilusstaus room in a furnace heated bouso, wo rocom an East India mission- uam by Tailor jiesssnger. the best quality and used with discretion, to bo more illustrious than that of Romanoff. had placed In his hanJs by mend tho pojge bath as thj quickost, neat-- J2F2I falsi! ifs-ary the formula of a simple segelaUl remedy for there is nothing to bo said against tho liking est nnd uvwt satisfactory method. the speedy and permausntiuro ct Consumption, for sweet Moral orders. Following tho fashWhy C.lrli Detest Milksops. Tho thoughtful housewife who wants bar season This fine young Jack will also wake the Bronchitis, Catarrh,. Uthwa and all Throat and Cor. LouLsrille Commercial. family to bathe often, must mak3 It con- ion set by the princess of 'Wales, who it was 5 ? 'i ' i ! i oflftMat my stable, one mile from ftsnford an ? 2'k I I heard n pretty girl onco say that sho bad LungAnectlons, alsia poiltlse and radkaleure tbe HuitouilllepUe, at venient and comfortable for them to do so. said elected for violet, it has becomo iJJLJ for ladles to select a certain perfume been devotedly sought by young Mr. L. for far NerTOus debility and alt Jierrous Complaint. In tho summer it is a capital idea to curtain "3 .. 5 M ? oeaHM which they individualize, and among n civ four years. She was fond of him and ad88 to Insuro a Living Colt. afW hating tested Its wonderful cutatlse off one corner of the woodshed for this purterio of intimate friends many a dainty mired him for his many excellent qualities In thousands of cases, has felt It bis duty to make pose, laying down clean boards or bricks, fitese Walker Is a brown with whit points, IS by and placing at hand a plentiful supply of inoucboir has been returned to the fair lady but she finally let him go because, as sho put It known to his sufierlng fellows. Actuated bands blgb, 4 jnara old and said by wood Jsrk jT !?BE55 SB EB 5 S 3 S B who has lost it simply by the mute yet submotlre and a desire to rellete human suOer-In- mm to be one of tbe fit" it boned Jacks In Kenit, he never once had the courage to oven this towols, soap and water. In tho winter curK j i -- ! tle claim to ownership which was mado squeeze her hand. To free of charge, to all who desire tucky, ltss actions like a horse, iukk and sure I will send my knowltain oil a warm corner of the kitchon; place ! If you patronise us we will prooilso nottodetalu s ??i Ii a square mat of oil cloth or bagging on the through the faint suggestion of tho perfume edge there never was a purer or It, this recipe, In German, French or English, you long on the Jack's account which 'hung round it still," and was at better girl than that ono, but she with full directions for preparing and using. Sent ;. A' i floor; hang on a peg a common tin bath tub tt. y.t it it is. it t p m ii a gas ga ij? b e was too full of mercury to over wed a l.ymallby addressing with staaap, nsmlng this or have a largo wash bowl on a corner shelf; onco recognized. ., : i j j j i j i Sachets of scented pjwder aro often uod man as ho lacked the spirit to at least squeeze paper, W. A. Novm, Ml Powers Block, Itoches-tc- r. and have ready a generous supply of towels, i i I i i i ssssst - i?, toap, combs, tooth ani nail brushes, In preference to tho pungent extracts, many her hand in a loveabla way. Heal women, I Y. spong3. N. ! nud a looking glas. 'When not in uss, all considering it more dolicato und rofineJ than protest, caro nothing for .gg a at ? can be hung up, out of the when used in liquid form. A novel fancy is men, nor do they always worship heroos; articlos tbo and the curtain drawn PlJOl'tSSIOJIL lately shown in the formation of foundation-- but, as I havo said, if any intelligent man, cswm- - j ! h- - I -US) at rnr slabls,?S way, Will mfcetheiKHiof alda, leaving bands j of E0IH9 pleated neck rubbings, in with clean liuen and clean teeth, will inako A uill south of HustoatllU, en the Hustons-IllS 7t the space free for ordinary purposi?. . ANlalUb tllenco Is br Joe Mm, Idliertr w a which a littlo of the best sachet-powde- r ALEX. AKDEMBON. had a judicious combination of tlattorv and v "3 VSWV j I ? Bho who provides such n comfortabb S IT, J l". Jo Elsao Ii the ' No. ' been IntroiucM. L.VW, sire 3150, trialH., record 3 44 ( D. C. a. sold tor lho same jorfumo was anient devotion he can win any woman in JHS3B place, and suppliei all needed ouvenieuces ATTOUNEY kT of D. C, 5S.0..-DANVILLE, KY., the past winter.) ltrlw rvcord I WH for bathing, will have little trouble in Uach-in- g also added to the bands of the laco rills tho world who doesn't hate him for n ctu reVard t U aud Mark Wakedeld paerr, her family to keep cloau, and they will which edged the tops of a box of Paris kid in tbo beginning of tho atlair. Will practice In the Court of Boyl; and adjoining trial In ' Is by 1st I.Imo, JTS; (ty Jo j'w4naH(i d counties and In tha Court of Appoa.s. find much rost and refroduuent in doing so. gloves of the Suede order. Orris-roo- t Alexander's Al.lallab. IS) he by Ilys.yki's 11m I'lislllnilo ii f Ciixiiiltt. with violet or heliotrope Is tho favorShe should also provide pleuty of No.10. Jo Elrao'a lit dam by MambtlM J. B. FIHU. . (AtchbKm (Kan t Champion Mrweogei, Abdallah illeoco'slit datu MatlleS. for all, malo and female, and see ite sachet powder. A.t JUti-jyMrs. Helen L. Cnpel has withdrawn from And Msstor Commissioner lloekeasila Circuit Cour. by Willie D., by Korelgaer, bys Imp dleaml Jd no ono wears the soiled day underthat dam Hetlla C , by Cunnlagbam CHr lWtlos; Gen. Custer's IVIfo In DnUiita. Tbo Ploaantown Observer. s In her valo- MT. VEKSOS, K . liflMf-Lli- i clothes to sleep in. Air the night ulothej by hy Imp. Ilusasrd, 3.1 dsMi.MltierfaDuBcan, Will rrsctlca in the KockcMtle iurti Collecdictory tho says; As tbo editor and busmot& Hook Itevlew. D.'s dam Marllgbt by Cbeni-ki Willie I day, and the day clothes by night. In thy Imp. Plaoso ) AMallah Oleoea's rolls aro Like most peoplo who havo gained their manager of u newspaper my business Is tions a specialty. Oflce aloe ami lacii and goo-- t moters, twth esddie an.1 -knowledge of Indians in that direct and more with men than with women, nnd my HIaUM ! tt ' Tlio Tyranny of the .Shoo. liBE r.rvUUPFMAN, ItartieM. IhaTennauf his colls tbat trnttrd 1,'iM practical manner, Mr.. Custer do not ap- work, to be done successfully, must be done New York World it ti i.ics yarlion aMO.yard rlrcleat thersuotl IS, tims.1 aTASFOP.D. ICY Ky without n Large women, said a artist pear to have found much ill tnom or their ns men do it. If I do not follow tho boatou Oflce South side Main ntreet two doors atOT byd. M (ilteni. Hustoarllh. that , Is aut says haBdllnir. I also way of life to be admired. Sho grants that path tho business must sutler. If I do my and expert, must bavo feet that to be Lcnu-tlfllerelsaponiblriallon of tho nl trnllls Hood, the Myers uoui. : ! i i i2eji-- j j : K m tl would be very ugly on a smaller under certain circumstance thoy can bo work liken man I am mado thosubjectof such Puroh'ltraus Oxld Oai ltBlnlslreJ whan r Al.l.llsh In eslstear and ttinulng ' i but little training but ln.ilel . Ilutrk-iMbut thoy n continual fusillado of malicious gossip that qnlred. 'csiitsixvvsss ; ; ? No. 1 boot is to a large extent a brave, and even woman. A A Poe's trsck lu HujW eountr. Ky . which 7-female hallucination. It is to n muchlurger are funiamentally cruol nnd treacherous. I vbooto to abandon a profltablo business or l slow, In 1 IS. (4x is ten seconds tf St. ? ijlLl ! Smv extent, jiorhaps, a female cur, for those Their enmity towards the whito ruce is not rather than bear it any longer. say. be showed a UMMths haodllug , Mr lNpH.WMMI! M - I 111 whodaro not undergo its grow only fixed nud deadly, tut essentially barilTl R ! Xlgslt frequently. II Is alJ a rirnwl.n ttddl 8talt on Linen. borv. on hli colts ilniut Inrarlsbly sliiw ssddls AMI I.ITMIlElt YAIIII. loouer or later to believe that they do, and barous. They are not content with merely will do well Philadelphia (all. I'ersoi.s wtiblng to I,r-riualltle ? I ! t-- 3 flro cannot burn out of them the conviction killing a white man, they delight to torture T hredla On tot. of the Knobs. elw by J. Carters (irccry to examine hit hiro and ion. Tho staii.s on linen bo a Mo Is a beautiful brown, US bands that their shoes aro No. 1. Nobody but the him to death by inches, and to tear the body tho quick procoss will can very removod, but 3313 eUewbete, Store. 1k apt todostroy and muicle, "lands tor the apart ana burn it atterwards. Their treathigh, superior woman herself knows what tortures aro W W W Ul HIV-tho firbrie. A slower, but batter way, Is to FOOTE At lrilEEI.KH, 1'raiirMor. small sum ol ln r7ii .Vrlli by tho slavo with a No. - foot who ment of prioners, especially women, is such ing.e. .c. tit iimiii'Cii l.lvlnu Colt . I will aiio stand For all kinds of general I.utuWr is chained to a No. 1 shot?. Professional as will not bear plain telling, and of course rub tbe stain on both sides with yellow soap. to my Jack, 3iT3-5r 3"w,rr,saii u"3ii not nud a Letter women who exhibit their feet are, of cour.'e, Mr. Custer was in imminent fear nlways of Mix starch and cold water to u thick pasto builders and others csn molio I" "ttiiol JUterlal IHBHEI 12 3115 H B e 3 5 tbemseltes. and rub it well into tbe linen nn both sides suit JWinnable Our falling into their hands. Halls Ire more subject to this tyranny of the shoe 1'o.toih e ad fer "My danger in this connection," she says, of the stain. Spread tho linen on the grass, sp, Ky. than other women, and it may not bo gen. - At ll) In IiiNtirr. Hob Mr. Ii HV, haul) if possible, In the sun ami wind till tho stain hoT.-Tr- sln No. 1 runs dally from Kmit11!, erally known that there aro emotional and "was twofold. I was in peril from death or brown with mealy nose and a No. 1 l.ieier. Uot disappears If not entirely removed in two Ittchester asxl Ixlnglan to CoTlnaten. tragic actresses who, when all other means capture by the savages, nnd liable to bo by the Kd. Campbell Jsik, be br ltoblnson's Lamp-sTrain No. I runs tu Lexla.tan aad Paris, aaJ or three days rub olf tho paste nnd re'iew by Imp. Mammoth, of simulating agony and awakening pity killed by my own frienls to j.rjvent my not Tla Winchester anj parii tho procesi Lomon julca added to tho pasto Not ie.ponilo.lo for accidents or escapes, but Train No. fi la dally except Sunday fail, rush to the No. boot. Thoy put that capture. 1 had been a subject of conversaEXEltCIdE-mate, left with me will b well eared for on is good. Ingtoo and Paris, but is dally from ltwo Le. CtnUntvatl to on and a sad, look of unutterable tion among the otllcerj, bolng the only terms. ('J.Sui E. N. I'Olf'Khl: KnoxTllle, despair comes iuto thoir eye, neuralgic woman, who, as a rule, followed tho regiCollege. A Hideous Fancy. Uxlngton and Paris No. St. dally except shadows play abouttheir mouths, tlwir chins ment, and without discussing it much in my Cincinnati Enquirer.! leare Paris Mi Am; arr LexlngU9 19 a m. No. M, dally except nunday, tear Lexfngloa quiver with unexpressed grief, their temples preence, the universal understanding was A "Lidy Uimbler" of St. Paul, Minn., Sormon, Sunday, 4 90 p in, arilte Paris S IS p m. that any one having me in charge in an writes thus of a barbarous fashion thoru: Commoncomont Uirffi.'wlth iudocnbablo woe. Then tho Pail Line. Nos. S and run sla Wlneheitsr. May 31st, emergency where there was cloe danger of "There seems to bo a hldoous fancy just now spectatori are moved. folld Trains, with Pullman rHeeplog Cars ltweea And here It is worth wlilto to romark, en my cap'.ure should shoot me instantly." Cincinnati and P.lchmond, Va , aud WlncbeiUt. for decorating black bonnets with white 11 x. u. at Opera Hous- eAt and Waihlngtor, D. C. Moro tbau onco she found herself in a beads. Tho designs nro ovidontly symbolic, passntit, that the billot dancer'a foot, conThroub tlck.ta and baggage checked to any trary to tho popular notiou, is uot and can situation whera it seemed to her this alterna- jierliaps they ore tokens of tribes, ranging 1IV 1133V. I. fc. destination rracbed by s railroad. not be n smallone. Tho development con- tive would have to bo executed to savo hor from small wreaths of flowors to birds and 8. K. I). MOUSE, W. 11. WHITTLESEY, Blraof Emma Manler.Bob Pate, Florentine. Doubt Passenger Agwit, sequent upon continuous physical exercise from & worse fate than death; but fortu- animals of most unnatural appearance. One Trar. Pass. Agent, at my stables Ac, Ac, will make the lesion of Corlngton, Ky. Islington, Ky (cities IU3 conventional idea of iwmial riiu nately she always oscajiod nt no moro serious would imagine that somebody bad been 'Annual Concert, Monday Mglt, June near HUnlord, Ky., C.W.SMITH, 11. W. PULLEh! A ballet dancer never wears u tight boi)t. ! cost than a fright that loft her limp und un taking lessons from our Indian neighbors, 'leneral Manager. tln. Pas.- At 1st, S P. 51. AT TWENTY DOIX.tK.S. Affp n (.orrnffl ae.xvanr... at did they not usually exhibit moro tasto and ami wuen sue isaanciug sue wears shoes nrmpinl! kind, she say, the general thought sho skilL" which aw models of a luptability und fro that Ht. Martin Is one cl the most diillngulshidsoni dom. But noverthele s the mii-cliifliun Phaelun. wlnnlnz nooil rsr.a orir good unl might rathsr not go with him in advance of lllcnvlii'd Illoiiiles Doomed. Commencement Exercises, horse, at all distances, and a few uf bl. cdts nn the troops, but she insisted iipou continuing tendons of the foot au enlarge! Regular The New York Star.) the turf In 1HSI were all soen at tbe front His stand out, and there is u general anpearanco t j do so, not because the was so courageous, Tuesday, June 2d. 8 P. M. Doubt, was one ol tbo txst 2.yearolds of tho Blcacho-- hair is doomed, aud tho unfortunof strength rather than of beauty. All this she readily admits, but because "it was Insear. tit. Martin Is tho highest typaof a thorough. C. TIU'EIIEAF.T, Principal. 3AI.LIE any be obnoxious to th fastidious ti-t- e of finitely worse to bs left bihlnd " Imagining ates who havo lately acquired a growth will brnl horse, slnndlngorer 6i hands high, siden Memphis, Tenn., Nor. II, IMI. bo accused of bad Unto ani considered out dldly propoitlonol, klud as a lamb aud combines Um Greek sculptor, but thro U really nothwhat may bj happening to hor husband. I bare tried liradtWWa I'mule Itegulator, and the best blood of England and America. Hy Imp. of tho palo of fashionable society. HeldUh ing repugnant to good seii'o in it. By tha Pbaetou, first dam Tokay by Imp. Yorkshire; sec- rind It splendid, and all you claim for blonie, known as Titian rod, red 'browns It side of the ordinary society foot wbiu bared More Ugly Oriir.iiifiits. ond dam Miss Martin, by liarrlsori's Zinginee, and dolicato auburn are in constant demand. llespcetfully, (sonof Hlr Anlij', third dam dabrlella br ftlr Mattib A. Lows to tbo light, the ballet dancer's is a tiling of (London Times.) Archyj fourth dam Calypso, by II. lair, tilth dam Itftiiity. Them U uot one society bollo in ten It seems that we are throatonod with nn Black and dark Lrowiu can easily lx given sixth (dim of Contention) by Imp Darn S. C Nor. ISsl that darM to bathe at the ssaside without livnMon of very ugly little ornumonts. Pigs, tb'o desired shade, but tho bleacbxl blondes dam 1'ica.lllla, by Enst ilamMyme.' Wlldali; screnth eighth Derll. Modal-pbi- I hare usid one D Wist, your , Pcma.e17. P.cgular bottle uf will have to sbl.iglo off their faded crop ani dam bam on. Do you know why! Ask the No. 1 mice and lizards wvro bad enough, and kitHall A Mackllu's Karanaught. ninth dam by Imp lioblnob, troth dam by and cmi resMMmend It to tho nubile as being a pe boot. tens' head? were not pretty, but now wo ure grow a uuturnl one, and muauwhile wotr n Imp. Jolly Itatiger, elrssn'h dam by Imp. Valiant; line for the diseases of women. d To llml tho classic foot in thess degenerate to bavo chickens, and equally wig or take advautngeof tho "jockey" ino Ic. Washington, Philadelphia-iN.Y- . twelfth dam by Tryall. Thus It Is sen that bis Ilgsrua Smiih Ytwrs truly, ilay wo shall havo to look a long way. The decollete ducklmjs of tended age. Miniature bloi.l Is enriched from thesame Ion main that was on Child. Kahilis. A Pointer uf lxinglon, the great rate bone aud jioeuliarity of tho classic foot is the wide squirrels, too. aro In preparation for bonnet The only ilce running Huitthland, Texas, Nar. 11, IMI. and (licncoc, Ynrkshlr and Phaeton resires, lltocheter Democrat.) gap between the large toe and iu neighbor. and muff adornment, nud even little rabbits, I hare been taking your I I was walking up Elm street the other PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING OARS nowned In tbo turf histories.obligebare put bis an. I think It a great medicine. Female Ilegulator ani This in the Greek foot was undoubtedly nibbling at greou satin cabbages. Thoe aro toy friends at tho low figures to Hare rieommenled t day when I noticed a boy, about years old, utdglilKirs and lojustlfe breed ra at a dlslante In unused by the thong of the sandal that cams Fimpiy grotesque, m "fixings' sending to him, nnd would take a few good mares tosertralol my frlondi, who hare uiel it with up between tbo toes and kept them upirt for lovely wom'Mi, but I do hope that a com- playing in n yord. He was nil bundled up, I will also stand at the same placo mos t happy results. on tbeaharci Mr. Karony in determining tho tine points of panion rumor is untrue, which threatens to and was nLout twenty foot away from the my combined horse, Yours truly, P. M. Wiutlkt. porch of tha bouso. Ho couldn't go any n model's foat is sold to linva doubled up a Immolate too! little canaries on the same moil further, us bo bad on a kind of u humes 1 t,ex-liiKto- n, bill compactly and inserted be- shrine. They are, says the Woitervllle, Texas, Not. II, fSJt. LontHYilleaCfiielnimtl TrtMS tween the toe i with tho jocow remark that to be stuffed and mounted on twUted wiies, mado of red flannel straits, and a ropo Harlng used your Female Itegulator with great If ., if it full out It was tho modelV. And his success, and also the Mother's Friend with tho and then lurched on tbo shoulder, or on tho fastened to u post ot tho jxirch was tlod to And my Norman horae, open l.odkeo' a dinner dress. One lately it. You sec, all his mother bad to do whou is that it gonentlly staja thers until same result, I send you toy thanks and best wish"WASHINGTON n is puuu, seen carriel in Its poor, dear littlo dead sho wanted bim was to pull iu on tho ropo. es. I think erery female should know of this The American women ns a rulo uave beak a branch of leaves rendered in dla lioon to wouisri, namely: Hradfleld's Female IteguConnecting In same depot with fast trains loi Woman's Fortitude. smaller foot than the Knglisu womon. BU monds. A bunch of canaries was fastened lator and the Mother's Friend. IChicago Lodger., $12 50 TO this is not altogether n m.'.tter of tjuipern-ture- . on the skirt ot tbe dress with which this was Itospoetlully, Mrs. Jamki Tiiommok. Oraasand feed furntshod at reasonable rates, bti Woman bless hor bright eyes ca'i enHabit in a largo miasun determines worn, so as 1 3 appear to bo holding tho folds no resjionslblllty furarcldents should any occur. dure physical suffering yvitb muio furtitudo Linton, Oa.. Not. 10, 13sl. tho slzj of tha foat, as it will of tho arms, of black laco together. than tho stro.ngo.t man, and she can miss a The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Dan I haro been using yourFcuuU Itegulator forsomo KVI also Iuto for sale 17 yearling Mules and IS and tho English women uso their foot far train without Illllng tho dopot with words thoroughbred Calses ville. Norfolk. time with thobest or results, and find It to be Jui moro than do the American, Social Ituuk unci Precedence. a. ii. ihivaiijrA.v, AMD that don't sound nice; but sho can't pass u what you claim for best friend. Washington Cor. Ni-York Sun.) f Stanford, ;Ky milliner's window or a hair storo withou-stoppin- All Virginia and North Carolina Hespectliilly, Mrs. W. L. Ukatbj. " Art in Cult lite lnn-,n- . The war which at oiu time teemol to bo to feast hor eyos nml wondorln, Points. New York Kxprevi brewing over tho question of rank and pre- why she didn't come to town with a gob For tickets and further Information, apply Waareooriitantly rccelrlujsuch Toluntary "Cutting tho fashionable dre.ies for ladles, cedence among the ladies of tbe now admin- siXKiii iu bur mouth, yournearoat ticket office, or dtlres with all tbo Innumerable uppunages con- istration has boon postponed until next winW. K. AHNOI,, W. J. Hkso, Send for our Treatise on the Diseases of Wooiso, Adrertlsing Agt nected there with, is nn art indeed, and It ter, owing to tho intervention of the Lenten Too Much. Where a Wouiuii llxpt-cS23 1'onrtli Ave. Loularlile, Kj mailed free. Address Somei-villfrequently requires year to become profl. season, and afterward t3 tbo lingoring Ill Journal. j H. W. FUI.I.EB. O, W. SMITH, ness of inGrant. The contending ciunt," said a prominent Broadway HsAtFULD Kkoudatob Co.. Atlanta, Qa. Woman is boielf a creature of intuition, ?'! rass'r Ag't. Hen'l Manager. Ktcbmond. Virginia. structor to a reporter. "I perfected 8J3 foreos are on the nhrt, however, and nny ns ovorybody will admit, but that's no reaE. H. BURNSIDE, ladies last year. This year I may Instruct attempt by either to ihflns tha boundary son why she should tally out on tho stroot more. ns many Heretofore tbo bust, lines would bo as likely to bring on a general with n thick drab veil drawn over her face nosa of cutting rattorm for ladies' engagement as would u smllar effort on tho away down to her chin and then expect Woll - Known This Old d re6o s has been con fin ad to a few Afghan border by Russian or Briton. every malo Doing of her acquaintance sho Hotel Maintains its The pooplo of tbo land may not lu aware meets to rocognUo hor l.alf a block away. who bavo years of uxpirienco. Many High ladios cut their own dresses, but tho work is that at this our ropu liran court there is, AND rbiladolphla Call: A young man asks if It dono iu a slow, Innccurnto and uuscientltlc and has always been, almost as fierce a as t the order of precedence among is unlucky to get married before breakfast. manner. Somo guesses bad to bo made. Its Proprietor is Dotermined that Tho curves In tho body, those outline! of tho ladios of olllcoholders on social occa- No; only idiotic is no flatterer. Would you it Shall he ticcond to no Country beauty, which tho garment should ulwayi sions, and in tho intsrchang3 of civilities, Hotol in the State in its Fare, Elizabeth Stuart Pholps: No nmn knows of ails of Is nnung the dmius of high dej;reo make it tell a sweeter tale? hurts and many sorts snugly fit, were tbo mere play tbiugiof guess- ns there Appointments, or Attenhow to make a woman happy In tbo years I mado cut- who languish or siino amid tio rogal quite work. Per tweiity-sovo- n a cooling Magnolia Balm is the charmtion to Comfort of man and beast need wlsostway. ting a study whilo traveling through Ireland, splondcr of the oiToto monarchies ot tha their Qacsts. er that almost cheats the lotion. Mustauff Liniment. There nro now 130,313 Hindoo fjirli iu tlio and England the contlnant of Europe. In eastern hemisphere. Yet, ulas, such is the who tock bU native schools of India. Franco I struck upon a now method com- caw. A vonorablo looking-glas- s. Dirk lie n III bo eoureyed to and from t he de bination of squares. By it one lady in a free of churns, Hpeclal accoramodatl ona Curo to Commercial Trtrslom. The liar nil) "week's tf mo can learn to cut out, without HUILOU'd C ATA UUU HEMEDY, a posture WHY WILL YOUcoujh when 6hIloh'i alirayv .applied rrltb the stiolcest any bother about iuilttiiig, tho most elabo- curefor Catarrh, Dyphtberla and Cinkcr Mouth. will clto Immediate relletT Prito 50c and SI. For brands of Liauors and Cigars. s4lo oy Pcuuy Jt AlcAllncr. rate drett. I find tho American ladios ant Pur tale by Pecay A McAUster. s Olntiuoit-etiii'Uatleally d 1 Bloom-tna-fcio Tyranny uf tlio Shoo Conceits of Million fry Och. Custor'a Wife Cutting Dtosscs Washington Socli'ty 3IIII(n4 Pnnnor's ll.it Ii. statrthe hIn be instructed for their own benefit, and thoso w ho expect olther to tonoh it or go Into some largo mlllnery establishment. Thoy ccme from Philadelphia, Chicago, liftltfmiire, hihI. Indeed, many of tho other sitie. Tby generally represent large firms, tud come to learn the quick, simple nud sciontlfio method." "Will tbls systom havo nny oiTect upon the fashion of dressing In tho United Iso-to- n, Ladies w1k simply want to seat in the onate in If 51, an 1 Locum ono vi its leader nil to mo n few days since: "It is wonderful, dr, liowsotno wonpil will push other ashl in the struggle for social prcoeJenoe. Why, sir, when I aain to tho senato I found tho ardor among oillclnls, carrying with it, of coursj, their ladles, to bo as follows: 1. Tho president. 2. Tin vice prestdont. il. Tho speaker of the bouso of representatives. 4. The chief juittw. 5. Tin senators. 0. Tho bouso of ropretontntivos. 7. Tho ii'sociate justices of the supremo ITCH currdln 80 minutes by VToironVsSani-tarhoU .r I'eony Lotion. This nertr fails H l.v M. l A McAllster, Druggists, Wforl, A D. N. Williams Ml. Veinon. y WE WILti BTAKI) OVIl Tbe slrcuftruHers and roisters and inor fanrv tliun any other stallion In Kentiuky. will make the season of 185.1 four miles west of btuufurd,dlreily oa the Knob I.lck pike, and will Im permitted to serre mares at . the extremely low price of to insure a Uvlog colt. . .v Your letter reeolTed. In reply I a Hi happy to say that Parker's Hair Ba!sm did much more for me than you said It would er than I expected. My hair has uot only itoppd WHag outt but tbt bald spots aro all coTMed and all my hair lias The fine linportrd Norman stallion will mak the . grown thicker and more llrely than It was lfer tlieHal.Iec.r.I M Wra), at "Pink onoriK-" Taaok you agala and Oettage," IS miles trom HtautorU, myslckneisayenr sge R. W. T. axaln " r.xlract from letters of Mr. AT $15 TH13 NKAMOX, West Md street, New York. ji-s- Better than She Expected. Atour tremlsenl mile frjui Tmnersvllle at t?S and hirs a. j. J. iori:tt. OatJSTolMsiaxi Colt. Positive Care fer Pihi. Champo Is a dark gray, 17', Usnds blili, weighs wa wvuM wy that To tliopopleofthUcouty ild the Mtti of May 1,(08 iouilanl I ftji-srwohaTO been jtlren the agenoy ol Dr. MarchlsVs iwxl. lleisnf flnestyltanJ anion, good In the guaranteed lain, well ilblxJ and large body, with welbsbap-eti.iiau rilo on. should; head aud nark wall A setCo., of He was to euro or mo.iey rtfundatl Internal, Kxteraal, by 1. W. MtubbloMd BOSTOINT inr (Irass furnished nt il per month. Due care will betaken to prcTtnt acc4dnts or incapts, but will not lie resriiiiltt should nor occur Description and I'.dlgree Nobby U a Jet blaek with tnr In lorehesd and two wblla feet, li) bauds Inch high, tine msne and tall, good, bony leg, beautiful h ad and net k, excellent abiiulder, luttk .cl, loullleM lu symmetry, and will aut guarantee tberedoesu't llTeailalllon of n dliposltlon, and these iiuatllle be lararl-M- y iiiirartslnblspioarny. As an erilenre Hut he will pnxlui every fast hor sea when trussed or good mares 1st be fset that some of his very specl-le- st rolls bare uotnlnt but a Blr Wsllaie tUiu to recommend them. This of Itself li renrluilTS proof that the iwd nines from the sire. Nobby Is the sir of Nuhby. Jr., record iWA, old ts W. C. l' I r, of Ohio, for tJ.OtK). Oneof Ins colts trotted last seasou with Tery little hindllng In IU, Nobby was aired by Oarrard (. blef the site at Ilssll Diike.!1,. Mambrliio Hippy lilii; lied Crook lillHrpi SI. Uarrard Chief Ly Wamhrluo Chin, alreorbady Thorn.; UV Woodfrd Mam. lnli)'iJU,,atKl icreral others iu the SN list; lit dam br Piank; AI dam by Aritai. ddtii by (th dam by Dlomedr. Nnbby's dsm a thoroughbred mate, sold to I by Iwp. Tranby. .Patting with toaresshall forfeit tbelnsurauce la 1 loln-lnf- $20 tliuf-it'ilsni- i or$:i() (olnstirc. nmil l'i, n: s. GILT J1DGE! s show-som- e Mi J brr-ed- ::r:r? STEVE WAIsKER! s ?f!! lni Jiii 1 sf gl! I ii-- g, j. j. ssa ill siass r I r AbdallaliGlonco roa-1- ill!!, .S II sss; I f MIUEIIUl ' .. lta ( n, ?"?! night-clothe- s -- Qlow-Dmeer- Court-hous- s. 1 un DBNTIHT, Mills" tl u:uL'.L H. 1 well-know- ul l.e alhr Lien-rabasb- g. Mary's wl, 'Z1II ,., tul-eri- ii: ' i ' 1 tfr V) .. :33'!'i-- j;t Bob M'Elroy Stallions for 1685. COMMENCEMENT V n. far-awa- y Stanford Female aun-da- y, JIoELltOY. ST, OTARTXHT. ) - n ' Living Witnesses Testify. Kentucky's Kouto half-Hedge- grt-atc- con-men- u 15 A SOLID TRAIN j CITY. ten-Ioll- maiiy-tougue- ABDMiLAH, ISl!Itr.. PHIL SHERIDAN, w 421-t- MYERS HOTEL, t STANFORD. KY. Propr and Still Reputation, n All Sorts of The Mirror I 1