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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885052201 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. r m Semi VOL. XIV. OANHLLE, BOYLE COUUIt. " H(1flift ifl STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1885. )lijl $lwJl?f NO. 23. THE BROTHERS. Entertaining and Instructive rial Story, Se- f .Mf;irr TuemitavH unit Friday lnB Albert Miller, employed at tlio Plan. Mil, thumb plnneil oil' last Mon Au k. ItliM been nnoerlnlned that Wtn.HoI-l- l, who left hit fiinlly in thin county ft ml Whan paid itrtctlr In adrance. If we hurt to run awny with a younj; woman named Mawattanr time. 8U.no will l chanted, ria K till, in now with the latent objeot of i 8a. oo X331t ANNUM W. P. WALTON. FOR GIRLS' JAWS. day. "'l Written Ezpressly for tlio Interior nal. Jour- lifn nffectloDB Ilollia' family condition. in Jackson couuty, Ksnean. is near litiryin iu n destitute BY MISB MH.D1.ED LBWIB. CHAPTER V. night and 30 hams and shoulders ctolcn. Kley Logan was arrested and on his way to jtil implicated another negro, Henry IJjro.ide. Sheriff i. Salter arrested Henry and turned hiui over to Deputy V. 8. Djwcton, from whom he made hhescipe, not however, unfl several shots were fired after him. Mera. Wm. Welsh, Wm. Keuner, K'jgene McGoodwin aud C K Judy made Tb making of nnd H ftbtolutely tntI ' up a party who spent the day, Wednesday, parmrliKi l on of th ir u pot in tb ilcwert of rvfliiing jutt no, (.iiiuidtirln,; tbo fishing at Capt. J. H. Wilson'd pond, In condition of lint oil trad. It Is otily wltblu this IVlllnlT. A .Ainu llaa.1 anil tr. r.t1 Ua In tblt dillon ,0 n1 "abcr of newiights of lining procovi nevouimiHsl Tlw wax wm Ht to Scotland and rioiif e'zs-- , one est fish w eighlog 20 pounds tl..r. .luppd back to tbUwaintry. Tlw two mJ 4 c.rp, weighing 10 pounds each, were tin montlonod In Koworkaml llottou eMight The party was handsomely enter nrn i iv innkniif a giol tblHg out of tbo Lined br Cipt. and Mr. Wilson at dinner. lius.nstt. Col Wilson, a Kevenue agent, was iu Tlio IjiiiIiiii I'mtnttWo. It'orvltrn letter ibis District this week and thinking the Tin Ijndon o6tolllco It a groat Initltu HCtuai necea!tiea of the service did not retion. A street divide the two ileiMirtment, r day men about the ono occuplod by the butlnes of letters and quire so many pnor, tbo other with tolegraphlitj;. In different distilleries, suspended revcral, IlrtUiln telegraphlng.lt pnrt of tlio tvgular among them dpi. George II. Dobrns, on MMtolllce posUjlllo system. Tba geuurnl duty at Cirley'n, in Jestatnlne countr, Lea-li- e building U au imposi.ig odtllct of tbo louio McMurtry at J. 11. Thompson', Jno. It 400 foet long, wide, and order. It sixty-fou- r high. Too boit tim V mhi tlu Y. Leavei at D. L. Moore', aud Dinker outslilo ruth l Jutt boforj 0 p, in., at which King at J. H. Hugely, in Mercer coun- Tho ruth it liour tbo night nuiil clo.t. HOiiMtblng tratuondoui. l'rru'i I boy, bat-lo- u clerkt, builnixi mon, everybody jams Gentlemen interested in the building fomanl to got hit bundle of lotUri Into the of the continuation of tbc Harrodsburg and long opening or coper-faootbo hour strlkos. Exactly at tho mlnuto Dry llranch turnpike met at thecourt-hous- e the ollloo closoti, and nil luttors that am in and elected Hood Worthington as President hnsto mutt baru au uxtru stamp on tbom and P. T. Gentrr, C. P. Cecil, W. F. Dv is If thry am to go that ntlit. The extra stomp butlnovt laits for an hour. and Wm. Hohlnaoa, Jr., Directors; of these n It Is a sight to woo thn itnniort at work. Mr. Cecil was made treasurer and Mr. Tho ttiiuiwr oounU tho IstUni, and when hn secretary. This road when compleha stampod fifty ho blu hit stamp on u long ted will be 3 miles in length and beginsliwt of jiapor nt hit right band, and thur A ning on the Harrodsburg pike at the dtrt tho number of lolt.trt Is ostlnmUnl. tnip(r iu tho Imdon omca can stamp road between thelandi of P.T. Gintry and about 0.000 lettorj uu hour. The tolegraph c p c , w, b UulWing It smaller and hljhtr tlmr. the gov- ; ,f ... rodburg ami Dry llranch pike, in Mercer 111 feot nnJ by eminent witoitlco. It it eighty-fou- r font from puvumont to curnlcu "ounty, bordering ou the route ou the lands On tlw llit lloor nro tho olllcoi of the pwt- - 0( p Gentry, C P. Cecil, W. F. Divis, niiutor general and tho accountant general. J' - SaajMll, Mh. lunlt Holoiea' heirs, On tbo next lloor nro tho soorotarlet and fctnir, and In tho two upper stories it tbo tolo- - ""d MestiH. Worthington, Nave and Kohir-grap- h department. Tbo liKtrument room It eon. Vittooix million inowsosa laibywroe-tT Ken,ucky Sule Pharmaceutical year pus through it Is connectixl with tbo dlttrlot Assoolation convened here Wednesday and The building telegmpu olilt or I.mdoii by piieumntlu will probably not mljourn until tubH, mid iuuiagiii come through literally Mr. Jellerson Oxlcy, of Nicholapville, is with tbo apood of the wind. Four onginta President and Mr. James T. Cook, of Iu tho basomont furnUh tho wind. n KecorJing Secretary. Much Nol .Modo of l.xtlmriiltlilni; it 1'lre. of interest to apothecirle nnd retail Patleri nivlllt (Iowa) ltr. Hch'ntiflo Amerlcnn. druggists haa been transacted and much reVo had wbat sootuod to us rathor a novol mode of c.xtinguUhlng n lire. Fob. 111. tbo mains to be done. Eighty new members MixUtt of tho Congrofttlonul church built a have deen elected since the last annual flro In tlio fumaco and left It to boat up tho mteting. Friendly groetingi by telegraph church. On bit it) turn to ring tho boll for were received yeaterday from the State Asho dltoovarod tbo audloiica nnd forvlcoi room densoly llllod with tmoVo; ho nt sociations of New Jersey, Misnieiippi and ouco rung tho alarm. A crowd soon Virginia, now in Hession at Camden, Richbut, in the nUvonco of any npparatut for uxtlugulshing tiro, all bopos wuro given mond and Natchez. Tho first day's pro up of saving tbo building, at tho tiro was ceedings ended with a magnificent banquet under tho lloor betnesn tho joUU at Gllchet's Hotel, which was attended by Dr. K. Q. O. Cood went to bltktoru aud nroL'urod two or tin on buckoU full of com members of the Association and prominent mon soda nnd n buckot full of sulpburlc citirius, including several gifted newspaper ncld; tbo wntor was thou jiourcd ou tho reporter. Mr. John W Yerkeg deliver-soda- , nnd tho acid emptied In n tub full of wl .... -1- ,1.1. n,"Jdre'" "f "Icon'e. water. Tho window, woro thou ouod, In nponded lo by President Oxley. onler to lift tbo amoko from tho room. Tho material thut prciurud wasomptlod Into tho There is a good reaion for believing that roglttor of runinco; tho oxporliuont ai u succott, as tho tiro was oxtlnguUlunl In- - the extremely low price? of egca formerly atantly. ITio lloor was then partly torn up prevalent in summer will never be again is found In tho fact that largo number of tho jolsU woro entirely bo toeru,e- burned through. Tbo church win snvod, ' when eggs get down to their present rates nnd tho ontlro business portion of tho vll- - they are cheaper food than anything of lftgo, Its tho Wind was blowing ft galo J mill anil vnlni. V t tn a great nothing but frumo buildings mercury down UlJ0 chaoter extent tnke the placa of meal. Supposing 20 degreos bolow ssjro, nnd n scnrolty of wntor, pro ion ted rather a gloomy aspect to they cott twenty four ctn's pjr d zen, 5T citizens. wheie in the mint line, cm wo get any thiiifjof iqiul value in place of two eegs ccBting four cenU? A pound of rgiH iium Tins idea OF going ivkst theHtuallrst to Colorado or Stxr Jlexlco, fur pure air torrfivo her eislil, ai:d in the rug thi-reCwtsuMptlsn, It nil n mUlnU. Any rntsmiaMo nun ,u e ,,to,,or,jfm cf Wrt.t providing the would us Dr. llotanko'sCuiiili nml Lung b)rup fur re freh. T. we .old epgs by the It ncr f.ll. e CM..MPIK4. In nil It. first s thor always ehonld he, ono liron- -' pound, to $w rIltf In nil cairn of CwiirIi, tola, I'alot In ih Cliwt ami Ml nffwilont tut am BUt would he that they would never go primary toContumptlon. l'rlce.WcciiU , eichleen cents per dcEni. Sc -.ll, A. P. Humphrey, of Louisville MR. lUUKLEIOir. The handsome brick cottage, with low, under the aucpicM of the Uoyle County d A of Tar Chuwluc Rum for Hfatorloal Society, will deliver an adilreee French windows and broad verandas bebeinlnurlet. Younir at the Opera Iiotiae Friday night on the longs to 'Squiro D&rnleigb; the wide, "slop IKrio Dispatch "Danville Conventions of 17S I nnd 1702." ing lawn with erenly cut grass and well of solid comfort for "There' a tlio young Indloi," will a goiitleinan in Iaw- - No eduilsdon fee In charged and everyitody trimmed rows of trees, the low stone wall vith iron railing m top and little iron gate, to ft ruporUr, itolntln; to n car in cordially invited to he present. jtainlliiK on thn Aliorfhotiy rnllriwil. "Now, too. The fquare Hon Wm. Iltrkele, of Uatrard, wim are'Squne Darnleigh' llmltaS .. .1 It I l fl .ft. Iinriil. .if ttll.t.Bfltt fvlt.it Hum ""'"" may not know I,.... Ii . brass pinto on the front door haa "J. I. I. ..!(. I no ooutliiuixL "You "" liter,' it, hut it Uu fnot tlintnturly nil of the drrntood that Iih will be a candidate for the Darnlelgh" in nice tidy letters. No fool. Is he ess in the way of Utile flourishes and chwlnK sum eumuina,! In the Unltd HtnbH B,lle gen,le. U,. t wtn of ,.WBt ami Vawir college comes from IMnburg." .. PopuUrUj.and for he U curves. Krerything about 'Fquire Darn -I. tbli i.mllenly m,Uo. com- libaral-mlnde- d, comoanijnable Keiitle- - leigh, his houre, grounds and bueioess were tLe iMWiarriiin. rmsetlf" "Why, It's inaJo from Ur, and tbo worst man, and it will he aoinelhinic rery diOVf done up smooth and equare, no rough an Tlio Htandard Oil eontpiuiy it a IiIr of tar. , .... ..i... glea and loose ends. Mu.. thlu; on viheols when you talk about oil, but lie himself wag a bright, brisk little man, Several colored persons came to town It U Juit a big, relatively nwnkii., wlmii you got into the protitieo of chewing Riim. Wednesday efenln and reported that a not severe as one might expect, only in busVou Mf, they control nearly nil tho ratlnar-lex- , ' man of their own color wm lying dead in iness he was that, a cheerful little man, aixl It li from tbom that the kuiii i who had a great deal to say and aald it In a Th rutlnorUti taWa thu the woods near Barbee' old pord. Parlieii evolved, so to breezy style. He waa greatly attached to who went out later to iave.tigate found residuum from tbo criiila oil after tbo nrtl.-l- u rnado nnd work It (u the supposed corpse netting complacently his wife and two children hai girls both and an agitator, producing a certain trado of t the foot of a tree. He had been to town thought that all a man was born for waa psratllne, a wax like stibitMico. Tlili ii ont to two llruu 1 oca tod iu lijstou and Now with "the boyt" and w- -i taking a nap wealth, position and subsequently happiness. He loved pretty things and filled hit York who put it through another rolln when firat diacovered. Iiir procow, ami then icent tbo itulT, cut It M, De GiMac, the French artiat, hat house with them, he was fond of good eat I.iCii mihII iIau limn f)A(Mll ilikiilui lata log and wasn't so absorbed in his business ImI 1 of It and make thoiuanda of giddy girls P'nted in oil for Dr, Fayette Dunlap one happy with 'ttomotbln' to chaw.' Tbo wax, of Ihoae cheerful ornauenla with which that he couldn't enjoy himself mornings a I'jailod on tlio cars, U worth 17 outs n phyaiciane sometimea ornament their ofll-- 1 and evenings with bis children. Ilia store, pouml, but when put through tbo wconl cea. It is a D.atb'e head, the hick art of which bore the name of J. I, Darnleigh & uiiiL retlnliiji; process Its cost it 31 cenU a I supoo a pound of rotIuiH.1 parafllnu will wuicn la reatliu on a book, tbc book on a Co, was in a nourishing condition, as his , ut!lcti for tbo making of 'J90 plocot of table. To the right of the head ia an hour house and ground-- and made the rett of the so Uio profit In tbo builno. It glaan with the sands run out. Beneath stores in town look antiquated and sleepy. pnrsnt wben you rocollect that it rotaiU for If a man had money to invest and wantall lathe Litin Inicription, "Ci 1 nti.I .! cnts a stick," "How much of tbo wax It shlppod from The emoke-houe- of HuthMcFer- - ed to know the best and safest way he went Mrs. T'L.fli.11 w.tii i I T1 MaL'tiil tlit rvtrt.tr,.tr to Mr. Dirnlelgh. If a lady wanted the Cur-Loucar-load Judge ii.inrai;-iOflmt ni"n ,.. i"7 .;'"'''"... "" deredljr9, ,,. akl ., i... ijk. Un nt-tj-l chow-liif-guu- i; af Di-m- ." nrtl fir flnWilntc up InitiUtel Mgraph and telt4ione wir, M)ni rr nitkius (ancr rndl-but tto tt4t grn let am uted In fact It oan U for making ehowlng-a;tiMitoly ootiipuled tlmt twoutv-tlvi- . bnrrU of tbt wax nrn wtvkly kbippnl frrti 1'itttbtir-.- , to Us vrorWt up Into clxviitig gum. Ills iwt a wry attrarttvo looking mUunw wVhmi It bm RHif thrtiiifh th rlrt pllulng m rMtitaUml It prootM, but aftr It lit. cowiv outu IxMiutlful v.l xvhtrv In color, of It Is ; about fifty UrrUitrwr.k.'8onu "n "enteredSjnday , 1W bu J 1 $l-pe- !) d bo-fu- Hob-iusn- ' ' ", .- t. . , hue-Ince- fur-na- d, "' i n-- is !.. auJSI.WX Sold by McltobcrU Bugs- latest thing in the market of faehion, she went to J. I. Darnleigh A Co. His family consisted of himielf, wife, two daughters and a te'pectable retinue of servants. Ho would much rather have hid a ion to share tils business and honors with, but this, fate had denied bitn and Mr. Darnleigh was not a man to sit down and quarrel with fate. He was greatly attached to his gin's. There was a saying in town that Mr. Dsrnleigh thought that what he had was better than any one else poeseseed and it really looked as if they told the truth. According to him, no woman so wonderful as Mrs. Darnleigb; no girls so handsome as his; his over-femare ar.d big shepherd dog were the smartest and finest to be foucd auywhere and he never tired of telling anecdotes to prove the correctness of this. Mr. Darnleigh's house waa not etrictly in town, although in thellmitr; he understood comfort too well to put his nouse in the noise and duat of town. It was juat a nice walk from his store, and combined the comforts and conveniencei of both country and town. In the evening, after btininess hours, the little man might be eeen walking among his rows of trees, followed majestically by his big shepherd doz and his youngest daughter, Chatty. Her name waa Charlotte but woe to the luckless one who dared call her by it. ''It'll a horrid, beastly name, I wont be called by it," ehe said with a stamp of her foot. She blotted it out of the fam ily bible and substituted Chatty, and Chatty she was called, and it suited her tco for never was such a chatterbox. "Well Chatty," aald Mr. Dirnleigb, when he and his little girl were on the veranda together, "you've been going to the male school a month, now how do you like ii?" 'Ob, very well," aaid the little old womanish child, leaning her chin ou her hands. "One has lots of beaux at a male school and fun. A young ladies' school Is dull, all itudr, and no llirtins, I suppose a girt educated in one would he awkward in managing boy seven when eht'a grown up." "Gut I don't send you there to learn how to tlirt, I want you to be thoroughly educated likn a hoy, pushed along with the boys and made to study hard. I don't approve of the frippery taught in most of the female seminaries. I want your mind to be ns strong nnd masculine aa possible. You're too young to think of beaux yet, let the boys alone and study your lesions." "Papa, how you run on," said Chatty, "you're juat like all men. What can you know about a young lady and her beaux, I should like to know." "Of course," eaid the little woman with much dignity, "I don't intend when I grow up to marry any one that I've been raised up with, but that is diflerent from having them slip notes to you under the benches, bring you flowers and in bo many ways show the other girls how popular you are." "Which one of your swains ahem beaux, I mean do you liko best?" asked Mr. Darnleigh, smiling. 'Let mo ste," eaid Chatty, thoughtfully, counting her finger, "there' Will R )er, Will in nineteen, one of the seniors, I have liked him best, but I saw him tbo other day paying a boy to carry (lowers to a girl at the other seminary and he hag her picture, eo I heir, the fickle thing, he's bten telliug me all along that we would marry some day. I (hall cut him ofl my list, and there's Jim Green nnd George Hart and," burying her face for a moment in Shop's shaggy head "Edward Graham, but bo'a horridly poor and besides I think he is in lovo with Julia, It id always the way, d ing her like her shadow and he brings her flowers and seems so devoted. She talks about loylng him an a brother when all the other girls are dying for his notice. He's tno dearest boy and the loveliest one you ever aaw, papa," said the little girl earnest-r- y, "and sometime I've half a notion to bang myself wben I see how fond he is of Julia. What would you do papa," she asked earnestly, "if your little girl should hanir hersell?" "I Hhould cut her down and bury her I suppose," eaid Mr I)irueli:hf Mllhl amused. "Is that all you would dc?1' asked Chatty, her face flushing angrilv. "Ot! I should be sorry, I reckon, and think her a very eiljy little irl." 'You horrid, bad papa, you can never Understand any one, you're just like Julia, I shall not love you any more." "And she ran off to have a good cry hut forgot about it when she saw Gip worrying her ret cat in the hall and went to Qghtinc him Instead. Julia Dirnleigh ws up stairs in her own room studying. Chatty waa right "hen she eaid she w w..,,iir..i t the brown braid which covered her forehead and seemed to wreath in the oval face to the delicate rounded chin, "he was perfect aa any model of the old master. The brown heavily-fringe- d eyea had a troubled look this evening as If everything waa not juat right. Presently ehe put down her books as if h- - mind ... on them and crossing the room parted the curtains, took her eeat in the low window and looked over to where a red roof was visible through dark, green trees. Oier there, she thought. nni!- - hi ble roof, were taught the virtucj and principles of happiness and honor to those two boT. Henry had worked th ..J dreamed and struggled against all odds to ueveiope his menial powers, that lovely mtie f.dward bad come from there too. "Ah!" thought the girl, 'it is not in the palace whew happiness and honor aro found but in a family like that, wifely governed and rightly taught." A great longing came over her to go over to Elward's houe and sen th mnil, different from other mothers whom she knew, and the room under the low evea where Henry had studied and dreamed and hoped In the last two weeks it had spomo.! n Julia that a new leaf had bspn tnmd nrr in her life. There was a feeling, although as yet scarceN defined, of discontent of her-eeand disgust for the prescribed circle in wnicn Abe moved. A new hope or aim trying to shape itself in her mind and stirring uneasily at her heart. It had coma there when she first knew Edward Graham and had been growing ever Bince. She had been attracted aseverv one to the fair and gentle boy, and he being the younger, ehe had no scruples about making him almost hei o!e companion at school. At recess, Edward and herself went away from the others and eealed together had talked of many things He told her all about his mother and his daily home life, hut most of all and with more feeling, ol his brother aa far back as he could remember, all that Henry had done or taid eeemed to be wed remembered, "What a brve, noble boy," she thought, "But I am only a girl with all of a girl' aillii.e and weskness " She felt that she was circumscribed by all the petty conventionalities und obliged to walk the way which society would say belonged to Mr Dirnleigh's daughter. What would her ariHiocratic mother think if ehe should express a wish to go to Mrs. Gra hauj? that she was degrading herself, yes, even thai, wben thought the girl with bitterness, would do myeelf great honor." Then petting, up she bsthed her face and imoothed her hair, then went down to see her father. It had always been her custom to welcome him homo from his otore and spend part of the evening with him. Chatly had made friends with her papi and Shep had forgotten his whipping, for they were all on the best of terms when Julia found them on the veranda together. to be continued in ouu next lf shb'd the beauty of the echool and must pick her choice of everything. I think it'e a shame the way ehe doe Edward Graham, she don't care for him, or any one else for that matter, I never saw a girl so stupid about her beaux, hut she hag him follow- 3y a Special Arrangement with the Publishers we aro now Enables??: for a Short Time to Offer a Splendid TO ALL OUR SUBSCRIBERS. It Ii n C.iok Dook that hat bud a wmi sin i m. i" mm" it li m a i't! r iv ' uii'i tui n M II up full) l iiiiii"l, .o Mint wa r rliiitK in tt aholllll In- - of II. 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It lh remarkably il - .1 it e- 'it r - rmitninrrt M. .10 1x3:1. ii lunltcr liou tunny ('unit Hooka uu lnip, Jim t tbli one. It hurts all otliiTM, nnd w.-iti- You can Get it for Nothing Mprinicneid. Hull You can Have it Free Tin: imi.uk op I Mast, Thin Cook Hook l f nowK.i i. A the OliI, w Kilki'MhK published by . -- " aaiFSR2fw. "how 5 lMWlt$)rilJffivi SwnnMtM. .1 '"''' I. i ii- - It N -t n- it uiintiiids in. tin- - purer for timet a yinr, on thn mil nth of each month, tit the wonderfully low price l" OO ccntH r jt-nr- . The lnr2ttit.lx.Kl ntld ehnaiwt nt nil the nsrloultuml paper.. II W lt ""imig!m$w lBwir.Tn'Zr? . r kill " for u ' I ivi-ituin r of Thouviii.li mi pier, Ik run Mini iirt. nnr Hump .ii. ln In- - tih.-T- i'in l'i;.I with the liilp jou ilutlii In 'I HKKHIDE. Imw. flr HOW TO GET THE COOK BOOK FREE Semi-Weekl- I y InFor $2.50 we will send the terior Journal and the Farm and Fireside for one year and throw in a 260-pag- e Cook Book. W. P. WALTON, Pro'r. ..,. DB. W. B. 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A., LouliTllle. taJKlMl 1 TO I. ,W ru .. .,1 iriE tlYER MUST SC KEPT IN OROCK. 19(0 & uv '! mwmm iiiiuuiuuii The Direct lloute to r i i in in St. Louis & tho West Northwest and Southwoat by tho vay of LOUISVILLE orCISTOINNATX. LeTlD3 Chattanooga lor Ixiu-ii- ll and Clnclniiail make points with the Light nlng Express ou the Ohio A Mississippi for at Louis and all points West. from LouliTllle IA TTmiko Only to bt. Louis, being or Clncln-Itwo hours XLUUIb natl quicker than any other line, gulng our passengers lime for meals and first choice of seats Id tratni The irony of events is illustrated in the going West. case of an old woman, sent as a lunatic from 12 QaiokerJo0B0t1ha.hshn.nV Bracken county in 1S27, and now returned lue golnij by way f Chicago. 1 ralLlS lirlllo direct lonneclton at those All rPunivir. acur. for IJffrCom.LIi!nd Ills cnsdbr aT.rpM rw i L ier,.t DMpcpiU CAn.llp.llon, JtunJli.,lte4i.rliv(ll4Url,Rticamatlnitt(. lllllvurtM. Itrca!s tlioliowu. i,n i,. I i.tiiMHl, n. tb. .ntna. ittlluiinr t.liiluhl.l'HIILT JUDlrlM will InM; Thnu.andtotTnttma i.r., I U Hours to the poor house in that county after a residence of 5S years in the Lexington Asylum, Out of all the persons, Judge, clerk, lawyers and jury connected with her trial for lunacy, only the poor old woman survives. Garland drinks no When asued why, he replied that liquor wandering in the cemetery at Lillie Rock, he came to the graves of so many youtu men that bensn life with him, but who had fallen in'.udesoluie lublts and died, that he reali'zsd ihat he was about the only one left. Then lie changed hi mode of lif a and begin the strnce'ethat resulted in his presKenluckitn. ent success Attorney-Genera- O. tfc"M. Alwan makes Fast Time and Snro Con nootions With all Lltira at FACTS nCCARDIHC l St. Louis and Intermediate Points. It will esiie"lili No Ferries! IVnfpiuiilbUHTrnu Tcnii Hair's tv and enrich tha Bl OOO.reiruUto KIDNEY8,an. iiKitonr. Tint h hi - Conuectlousuiado la Union Depot, til. Louis, with trains of lines going Weat, Northwest and Southwest. II you aro going West to any point, call on or wiito to tho underilguod. Tor lull and relhhlo Information In regard to Land, Ac , In the Western 8tatra, Map'. OulJoi and lowest special rates lor Tickets and Household Goods to all points Wost call on or addreii II. ALSOP, Passenger Ag't Ohio A Mississippi Railway, AUK YOU MADE MISEI'.AIIU: by Iudlgci Harrodsburg, Ky W. W. PEABODY, tton, ConitlpatloD, DIatlneii, Lou of Appetite W. B. 8HATTUC, Oen'l I'ass. Agt, rres't and Uon'l Mau'gr, Yellow bktaT Sbtloh's Vitallaer It a pstltlv C. W. PAUIS, Central PasseD.-e- r Agcut, crc. Torstileliy Tenny & McAlUter . Cimlnnatl, Ohio (. DR. HAIlTBlfa IIION TONIO a n.lc uhiI apii-ileuro. It jitn-silcur und liralil' vumiilexlou. llio sininoLiit ifstliinxi) to ihoMiltioii llios Tumi la llinllruiiiiitaltvuia sit cuiintcrfi Itlujel i' onlv udiiuU In lhuHl,1i!J ItrorihcoilKt ml. II uii iariimlviiol.i teJJ iloliotexporliileiil-KtMhuOHIOllAl.AMU- M umol Ap.ci:te.linllBc. .u '""! liurlteil v.oiiiliriiilriulli. Iloiics. m mm ri'n Uu iuti inrie. J.ullviiu niu'clcs the mind mid nipiillia llrl I'unn. autlcrluK RvKR?r iieciiiiui to'iicu H vomplalnta c. mil mm in Willi iluimeilUlu and "f tlo'li'l. li-i- LA a On. HArrrtn'a inoti Tonw is eon nniVWDTR AND rsr address toToiPr. naftjeSWXo.j. Ht.lxul, Mo..lf our "DREAlit UOOlt." HI'uUoJ straokaBBd uufallnljroit'M.liii.' Bnnil lT OOALFna EVFJIIUHFRS. sale oy au. Among the few things that we feel like praising the Lord" for at present writing, is that Brother B. J. Newlon is back at his post on the Richmond Herald. The Guide May 22, 1885 ittnifoid, Ky., may be a more religious journal but the Herald is good enough for such sinners as we, so here's to it and its editor; may they W. P. WALTON. live long together and prosper. Capt. J. A. 0. Williamson has retired after making from Washington make many friends among the fraternity. The but amiabto Senator, Joe Blackburn, botb The trial of Thomas J. Cluverius chargan aw and a fool, though we are certain he ed with the murder of his cousin, Lillian m by no means the latter. "When Phil is attracting Thompson failed to get the appointment Madison, whom he seduced, as much attention in Richmond, Va., as of Commissioner and Kbey Bojd got left for a Consulate, both of which Joe had get the famous James Jeter Philips case did indo- his hoart upon, he swore in his vengeance several rears ago. The last named vidual was hung as he deserved to be for that the democracy was on its way to the deHinition bow wows and that Kentucky the murder of his wife. Cluverius, if all waa an good lo go republican at the next we read is true, should suffer even a more election by 80,000 as a cent is for a ginger ignominious death. 3km Interiorlonraal GEO. 0. BARNES. A St. Paul's and n few other notable steeples ofeirth. The verger wheezed and coughed and we panted at a great rate before we Fcvr Interesting' Leaves from His got to the top; but we mado it at last, and Diary. enjoyed the exquisite prospeo'. Joan of BUGGIES, BUGGIES, BUGGIES! given out that Jim ctke But when it The long drawn-o- ut contest for the U. llUckbnin wax to be given the Collector S. Senatorship in Illinois has at last ended ship. Joseph changed his tune, withdrew in the re election of John A. Logan, the his dir prediction about Kentucky and low Hung candidate for the taffy with both hands at once who spat in the drunken man's face, to the President. The latter having in the when the man was powerless to resent the w.-- Victor Hugo is dying at his home in Paris. Best James D. Crockett died at Richmond yesterday. The L. & N. has secured a contract to haul during tho season 200 cars or ten million pounds of fruit for the Chattanooga Association. Col. E. B. C. CaBh, the noted duelist of Columbia, S. C, has taken a new step in life by marrying a daughter of Dr. Clayton at Rock Hill. Eli Lucsb, who murdered Chas. Manuel at a ball in a Louisville hall, some months since , has been convicted and sentenced to the penitentiary for life. Miss Elvira Ivy, who killed Jack at Louisville, Ga , a trsgedy which attracted wide interest in the South, receiv lieu- ed a sentenced of five years in the penitentiary. The jury in the caie of Burton and Cunningham, the alleged London dynaGARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. miters, returned a verdict of guilty, and Anywhere, eriry where, I will follow on; Will Guarantee to Save you from 10 to 25 Per Cent, on every Vehicle bsth were sentenced to penal servitude for Follow! Follow! I will follow Jeius, Give Lancaster. ts a Call. life. Eyerywhcre lie lea Is me, I will follow on." Divid B. Jones has been appointed Fred Douglas, with several others of George and Charley, Florence and Edith, The Hopkinsville South Kentudian will postmaster at Buena Viata this couuty. find a large number of voters to agree with his race, attended Dr. Sunderland's church were to accompany us to Paris, so it was The courts came near making a water where the President is wont to worship not a total, clean-cu- t sundering of the old it on the following proposition: "Gen. last Sunday and contiderable comment is ties. It is so good in the dear LORD to haul thU week, the only person convicted J&o. S. Willams having failed to get recogwork-bous- e break thus the force of an otherwise al being a boy, who was tent to the nition a t the hands of President Cleveland occasioned. for thirty days for stealing a pair of Rev. Sam Jones says the german is most unbearable parting. is Willi ng his wires to run for Governor of We ran down to New Haven on the swift shoes from Rev. Vaughan. John Hunt Kentucky in 1887. If General Williams nothing but hugging, set to music, and a Nashville girl says "he is a mean, hateful express train and boarded our Channel was arrested for vagrancy but was dismiss can take a hint without being knocked s ten. The tide did not ed on his mo'.her promising to support down he ought to see that his services are thing." She says the hugging set to music Steamer at half-pa-st him. The "shooters" were dismissed from is the only sort she gets, "and she ain't serve until ao longer in demand and realize that his l a.m. wnenwe sailed out up- a lack of evidence to convict. on a channel unvexed by furious winds political life is pretty much all behind him. going togie it up neitner; there, now." Died, Monday eening after a few and made the passage in perfect comfort A&ew era has dawned upon the country. Louisville Times. Physicians are predicting a visit from and exemption from sea sickness. Praise days' illness of ever, Edward W., young"Wo have a young President and he is apest son of Jesse Sweeney, In the 17th year 1 bare pointing young men and men with new and Asiatic cholera this season. Dr. Hamilton, the LORD for this propitious beginning of rtretT! n.l Hill rerrlrlMg the head of the marine hospital service at our journey, and for restraining the rage of of his life. After a short service at the Ken-tacadvanced ideas to all the offices, and grave, his remains were laid to rext in our must and will keep up with the Washington, is of tho opinion that the wind and sea, both of which satan would cemetery Wednesday morning. This is Northern ports are in more danger from like to have made uncomfortable for us. times and adopt the came ideas when she the Grst death to occur in Mr. Sweeney's choleia than the Southern ports from yel CompM.int t fcr let t la ill mirk, which wiui Oar eteamer was the Normandy, one of holds another election. Some practical re low fever this year, and active preparations the sumptuous "day boats," temporarily on immediate family and their grief was teris needed and chronic former rible to witness. Toe sympathy of all go Qotton Up in Stylo and Mnko Second to Nono in City or Country. night service, because our old friend the need not apply. There is no demand for are being made sgainst its entry. Tne new Administration proposes that Paris of nauteus memory, happily for us, out to them in their bereavement. Give He a Trial. either of the courtly gentlemen with mlli- Mis May Ferguson, of Covington, is employees of the government shall pay was in dock, at Dieppe, undergoing repairs. tiry titlei who have to pewiatcnlly fought visiting Mr. Almira Hurnside near town. the office of Governor of Kentucky for the their debts and hss issued a circular which Let us hope for the benefit of future unfortsays that while it is not considered the unates, her wooden bolsters and inflexible Misi ElU Djty, of Winniboro, S. C, is the last dcaen Tears." gtie-to- f Mrs J. J. Walker. Mrs. W. P. business THE XEW GKOOEKY AXl) IIAUIMVAIti: IIOUSi; OP I 18G8, capital punishment was formal- collectionofofthe department to assist in the mattrasies are being changed for something McKee, of Pitman, Fia., is visiting Mrs. bills, the continued refusal of less excruciating. ly abolished in Minnesota. 2so longer W. H. Kinpaird. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. employes to meet their just debts will ba Friday, Feb. 13. The fog lay heavy fearing that their own necks would pay the considered sufficient cause fcr their dis on the French coast as we steamed at half- - Dunn and Miss Allie Dann, of Bichmond, forfeit for thtir crimes, murderers charge. were visiting relatives here Wednesday, speed into Dieppe Harbor, blowing signals Krew bolder and bolder until the people Messrr. Tom Whtrritt and Hugh M. Last Saturday young Mr. Terry, of Virweruiorceu to aemami mat the death pen- ginia, shot and killed Mr. Thomas A. Je- at intervals of a minute, to warn all vessels Smith are improving their residences on alty be restored and in a short time death ter, a worthy citizen, for paesiog a remark crossing our bows. Going into this port is Lexington Street. Divid Walker and and death alone must follow conviction of about a dog. He said that he couldn't like entering a canal lock, so contracted is family, of South Carolina, are visiting rela- WoulJ al. Jly ik ycmrstteiliQn to the fact that they bare Juit returned from lh title with a !ar warder. Hanging is the only adequate help it. Hii friends said he was in- the mouth. A ticklish bit of steering in bad tives at this place. J. E. Bruce and D. W. fr ah oJ well lelftw-- itotk ot CHOlt E weather, I judge; where the alternative is, Vandeveer, of rwaalty for murder and it can never play sane. Tuesday morning a body of Stanford, were in town yesmen safe entry oi certain smash, if you vary ont in this country. terday. Dr.J. P. Litcher has returned the jail at Liberty, took Mr. Terry a entered 50 feet in the vessel's course. from Louisville. Rev. John Reeves, of In cnJlcff tarlety, dainty In 'itiallty and tstlifjctory lo prlren; tbli wo guarante. Tkzke is a family ot Howards inKen-tack- y out and hanged him to the limb of an apOur aim ihall U Everything perfectly new to all the party Richmond, Worthy Chief at ill time to upply erery want In our line. Templar of the which beats the world weight and ple tree. It is suppoted that they also were but myself, and tho unwonted sights drew State, will deliver a lecture on prohibition hijtbt considered. Besides the mother and insane. To Senator Joe: Pleaee come home. forth the wonted exclamations of surprise, at the Methodist church next Monday father there are nine children, including delight displeasure that travelers inConilitaofthe Standard Hrandiol Euror and America. Our l.rte line of Cook'm Morra Includra evening. foar girls. None of them is lees than six The Senate is not in session. You have no dulge inor when they visit strange countries, ond many olber family UrorlKi. Our China Olaaa Late Wednesday afternoon Deputy tbejuitly celebrated "Great Weatern advice to give the Administration; "it can Sect, while one son lacks but half an inch and Queeniwarc Hock coniliUIn part Table, richly cut do as it d n please," you say. You are and bring everything to be judged by the Sheriffi Henry A. Burdett, J. T. Ham- and etched. In tho way of HreaditufTa of name Tea anJ Chamber SeU ctmplte, of reaching seven. The combined hight of we Buckwheat riour. the quej ol all tribes Our cl and standard of what thty have themselves monds and Ellis Matthews left this place brated Patent . It." Flour, uriralled for rako and paitry, while Ulco and Hominy, ifce family is 70 feet and the weight 2,298, annoyed by presistent our own Mtrl-oti- c productf, arrayed ai faithful adjunct! All thedellcxlealn Kor.ln and lKmietic provoked to use ugly words. In Kentucky been uied to, all their lives, at home. with warrants for the arrest of one Simon Confectlona ibe ktter an average of over 20D pounds. all is peace; people are not ditturbed about What a jumble it does make, to be sure. Sebastian, who lives about six miles from are here. Tin, Stoni., Wooden and Wlllowware, KIlrlc Lam pa, Stationery. Canned Meata and Frulta complete line and Tobaccoa. Well, Is an interview with a representative of Federal appointments. Nature is in her ''Did you ever see anything so ungraceful here and who was indicted by the last and awe can make It of ClgaraIntere.t, we confidentlythl. I. only a blot of what wa bate BelJTlne to your ak an elimination of our goo.li and your ratron- New York Herald, Mr. Rtndall commends most charming attire, and the horde races as those bsgy trousers of the military," grand jury for malicious shooting. Arriv- that IteiPettlully, TA 1 I Oil ltHOTIl KllS. the new administration and declares that he are going on. Senator Joseph, come homt! says Eiitb, who has been accustomed to ing at Sebastian's house, it was thoroughly look at ''Tommy Atkins" at home, stepping searched, without success, however. The will Btand b the President in his efiorm to Covington Commonwealth. carry out the portion o' the democratic plat-forround with a collar box perched on the officers watched the hou-- e all night, secret7ie State Teachers' Association. right side of his bead, a chin strap, just ed close by, and eirly next morning again which pledges it to a revision of the How can we better celebrate the 4th of clearing his nose, and his trowsers filled to demanded admittance and For Coal or Wood. tarift If Mr. Randall is in earnest, the on ben? refuted lion and the lamb may soon lie down to- July 1885, than by a grand demonstration such a degree of tightness, that he seems to by a woman who answered their knock, li Tbli Range la Extra Heavy of our enthusiastic devotion to the sacred have been "melted and poured into" tbem. gether and everybody be happy yet. they battered the door down and entered. uiadonlthe tcry beat Junlatn and Char-coIron. Hm rait top and trout, ciuse of Public EJucation. The 8. T. A. Little wonder is it if "Johnny Crapeau," Sebastian was hiding under the floor and on Joe Blarkbuiin denies some of the sto. i the organized representative of wlih Entire Wrought Iron liody and the with his "peg tops" and unwieldly top hearing the officers enter rushed out, firing Oten. Warming Oren extends under riea telegraphed from Washington about greatest of rntlre lensth of lUnge. Automatic works, one which can never be- hamper of a hat, like a truncated cone with one shot at them as he passed, which did no Ortm bbslf. .Sectional Fire l.ln lie him but whether hecrtho correspondents come a "Lost Cause" so long as more a cockade atop, suffers by comparison. I damage. He Center. wai ordered to stop and on and Cutand hinge Nickel namo plati, have falsified, we leave the public to depint, Aitjuitatilo than 1,200 intelligent school men and wo- am sure "our" soldiers, of Ephraim, seem refusing was ibclf nud all moilcrn Improvfired on eeveral times by the cide Ererybody knows that Joe's tongue men who ement. are actively interested in the S. absurdly dressed to a Frenchman. So all officers, one shot taking effect in his leftside Can ba arranged with Heater in loose at both ends and that he is liable T. A , are faithful to their high trust. The things are comparative in this world, one above the hip bone ranging in and through hot and cold water, lo Bay moit anything. Therefore the corWater IJox or Heater extra. next meeting of the 8 T. A. is to be held is continually reminded. the bowels. respondent are moat likely to be believed. at Lexington, July 2nd -- 4th inclusive. Dieppe was very sloppy from recent Although mortally wounded he ' Xaj. F. D. Rio.ney obtained the demo- iUore that 7o counties have promised del- rains, but our enthusiastic party rushed least three hundred yards before ran at H. HIGGINS, falling. cratic nomination for the State Senator egations. Teachers know your strength. around, regardless of mud, "did" the mar He was taken to the house of a relative SPKCIAL AGENT, with little or no trouble, but the tug of war No opposition can withstand the united ef ket place and the Cathedral of St. Jacques near by and his wounds attended by a 1 290 who have resolved not to is yet to come, if the republicans put up so forts of the -in j of an hour, and were in their place in 2sTo blame can be attacked to the .Stanford, - Kentucky. popular and so capable a man as Hon. Wil- rest until Kentucky stands fully abreast the railway train in due time. 03 f.)r Rou- officers as they were only doing their duly. liam Birltele, of Garrard. The Major the moit advanced in this enlightened age. en by half-pa- st nine and reached that anThe Louisville & Nashville railroad may get there but it will not bo on Howery Every man and woman whoro name ap- cient city in twj hours. Hire W.S tarried pears in the "Proceeding" of the next until the acjommoJitioa trtio, at 3 v. M refused to pay $2,000 taxed aweased by the beds of ease l? a good deal meeting of theS.T. A. is to be held in with abundance of timi to ae, leisurely, city of Lexington. Taken lo the United A New Yoiik police sergeant who commemory by Kentuckians for many gener- all we wUbed U inp'C.. I took the States Supreme court. mitted an n'aault on an innocent young n The flood of Friday night caufed great after plying her with strong drink, ations. School men and women resolve to "troupe" 07r the famitur ground, pick- damago in the vicinity of E'k City, Kas. make the self sacrifice needed to enroll ing up many new item) fjr uiysdlf, oa this has been sentenced to 17 years and six Seventy five families were driven from months at hard labor. Considering the jour names in this noble armv warrint? second trip, unobserved before. In the fa- their houses by the flocd. Those drowned, against vice and Ignorance. Be with us DKiLxaa in- mous Cathedral, for eximple, I discovered nan'e position and the blight he has put July 2od and lh. See the railroad com- that the heart of R chard Cjeur de Leon as far as learned, are Mrs. Woods and child, m n bright young life, bo (jets off well to panies have Dr. McCoy, John Rica nnd a child named Drugs, Books, Stationery and nobly responded to our call. lies buried there, at also the bnei of Van Du;en. rave his neck, ..b .ru,n0 oi Lexington have tendered to Several other psrsons are re-r. . rancy aruuius. puic you ereatly reduced ratts of livins. Every the grandfather of William, the Conqueror. ported missing. wa tch. ,ov rx -r i "With the doctors prophesying the chol- intolllgent lover of Kentucky observes you. Miglcsl h the increase of Interest I have in His host of friends hero and all over Phyilclani' prraerlptlcna aicuratily couipnuiidfd. era and yellow fever and the eutomoloaiets Do you love the children? Strengthen Alio nam a, win i I rell'CC tb.U the State will learn with deep regret that visitation of tho seventeen and thirteen their love for you bv nobly responding to these aacteit they are borne ty the heroes of tha tribe of Maj. T. A. Mathews, for a long time concar locusts, we may expect a reasonably tho call the tiuus make upon you for devo Benjtmin, following, last of all, to tho nected with the house of Samuel Woodside tioo to our cause 5,000 protirammeH-se- nd live sammer. for enpr and get tor the work. Send "InhMoftha Weit" appointed by Jihovah & Co., Cincinnati, and one of the best Tho Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, XoaAN says the "Lord was on his si Je." lor "rroceedings" of last raeetinir to aia "iittlestnctuiry" for hi, sorely tried known snd most popular commercial Irnv-eler- s the trend Jewelry and Sllverwara If tbh proposition is true and there is no teichers pray that we of afhira Christian people A?ain wa a:eadil the tower bv In Kentucky, died suddenly nt bis miy understand our 802 step proof austainiog it, wo preper a uilcjic-coa- t duty and dar lo do it. It D. an i reached a higher Httitude re'Uenso in Coviogton, Monday afternoon. Kiec bought to thli market Prlcta lower than Allen, the Lowcut. Wauhoa, Clock and Jewelry Ito- on the ether. Farmdale, Kr., M .y 18 Pre?. S. T. A. than can be attained except from St. Peters' Ha was in hisOCth year. paired on ahoit uotlco and Warranted. Gante-roomg Ken-tuck- meantime found out what kind of a man was and is, decided that better man could be chosen for the office. Atiotbcr change then came over tho spirit of Joreph' dreams and this time his anger was fearful to behold. He ripped, swore, frothed and roared; declared he should never ask another appointment at tne hands of the President and actually went to fir. it is said, as to tell Mr. Cleveland that ho "could do as be d pleased." He ordered that his name be stricken from all recommendations for office and then gathy ering his tents he stole back to his homo to receive the cheers of a few of hia toadies. An wirey and as slick of tosRue as he if, however, Senator Black bora will never be able to convince any outside of his relect circle that President Cleveland is a humbug or that his Administration is a failure. The more he dis pleases tne politicians tne better tne people like him. In. fact they love him the la ore, the greater the number of enemies he siakes of such persons as Blackburn and those cf his ilk and glory in a man who baa the backbone 1o say 'No," when it it thould be said and acted upon. insult. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Jim Blackburn Mi-caul- Arc her narrow prison; her place of tort AliWATH VKAI8INC. THE I.OKI. ure; her stake of fire; came in for our sympathy and indignation by turns, as we "Pnoerzcr Point," Landour, N. In- - lived over the history of her pathetic life, dia, April 3J. 1885. so long, by the lapte of centu Dear Interior: I do not know that I ries, and mosa'grown yet how green and even greener Is can do better than to transcribe the pages tho memory of this young life that went of my "Diary " for those who may take au out in scorching flame, in Kitten market interest in the continental trip. So here it place, long, long ago. lam so sorry my is, in that form, if you like to print it. ancestors burnt her at tho stake. I blusb London, Thursday, Feb. 12. Elliot and for them at this late date. and Fry have made quite a success of the Ojt accommodation or omnibus train CON'JIJTING or. photographs. Mr. Fry told us the day we Bat (stopping omnibus oi everywhere) gave us, that it was one out of only eight days suit- what Vernon and I on our last summer's able for picture taking, since Christmas. tour had no opportunity of seeing from the Dear old dingy London. It must drive Express, a view of the pretty country bethe photographers wild sometimes. Our tween Rouen and Paris. We duly enjoyed good friends were determined to have us in it reaching the capital at 10 r. m and our variety. 1. The family entire. 2. The old quarters in the Avenue de la Grande Wagons, Hoards, Bond girls and I, grouped at the little organ. Armee, No. 2G, where Miss Wood, apprised 3. The girls. 4. I, solus. G. Mama, toltu. &c. of our coming, welcomed us to the best she 0. Will, rofoj. 7. Mama and Will. 8 could provide, for so large a party, coming Will and Charley Cheyse. That ought to suddenly upon her limited house room. supply all possible demands. A copy of lhe four gentlemen were to sleep in apart each sent us to take along. ments provided over the way and all were 'Busy as bees" all day, preparing for de to take their meals at No. -parture. hen we reached London Bridge After supper, George, Charley, Will and These Goods are all Strictly First-Clas- s, from the Station we found M) or GO dear friends I sallied forth to find our roosting place. A Manufactories, waiting to say "good bye." It wai an af grated jwrte coehere, opened by a .prightly fecting adieu. Tho bystanders stared to little woman, who had btcn sitting up for see so many people embracing ea:h other, , us knitting in the little meanlike that on board for it was a leave-takinwhile, admitted us to the desired haven of tho steamer as we left New York in 1SS3. 1NU- -rest, where we were all soon lapped in tho Everybody kitees everybody, irrespective Elysium of tired travelers, good beds and of age or sex. English stiff conventional clean sheets, and sinking gently to sleep, rules were blown to the winds as easily as with the rumble of the beautiful city out-e- i the more flexible American article, and we Je. humming our lullaby. all really forgot everything, except that we It seemed quite like "homo" to me, getWITH A at'AttAKTEIL were parting on a long journey, and the ting back to the shadow of the Are de lri- farewells were most probably final ones, as omphc To the rest it was the enchantment far as this world was concerned. So the of a realized, to be, in very deed, heart had its way for once. As the train in Paris. moved ofl we sang in chorus: Leaving the happy dreamers to enjoy in Wc liny Tor CASH ami PropoHc to our "All along life' Journey with toy Sartor I will go; anticipating vision, the wonders of the morcllt of our DlnroitnlM. CiiMoiiif rN tlm Wh re the flowers aie blooming and the awctt row, let us "pull up" and fly away to the watri flow; Erery wher he leads me, I will follow, follow on; other side of the world awhile. Walking In Ilia foottepa till the crown Is won. (To jib Coxtikuko. Follow! Follow! I will follow Jtsus; OUR STOCK IS WTQW COMPLETE, -- Cnrringcs, Barouches, Plinctons, liuggies, Surreys, Jaguar Buck Carts, &jvg sola Ola Tlaoir ,c 3MC2Mts, life-drea- BRIGHT H. C. t CURRAN. RUPLEY! ky NEW GOODS & SUMMER officc-ieek- ers k:. o. HXJPLEY. TAYLOR BROS. FAMILY GROCERIES (liar OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY office-seeker- s, THE LION WROUGHT IRON RANGE, al vcK fd2 ElwKKBF al-'- W. ilMCifS phy-eicia- n. wo-iaa- 9vuttj&WAU mm PHARMACISTS, QJrsrr jfesw i-v.- retj JEWELERS. Stanford, Ky., May 22, 1885 LOCAL TIME CARD. l. AN. Mall train golnc is used. Dr. Ouerrant waa compelled to return Stankojid Creamery Butter at 30 centa homo after a week' work owing to illness. 1 T It. Wlinn. m Rev. Blanton or Glars will preach at the CitEAMEUY HuTTKitMitic can be bad at Presbyterian church here next Sunday inall limr a of T. It Walton at 5 centa per stead of Mr. MofJett. " nation. I, M. Bruce, Manager. Rooda, perln Uest canned T. R. Walton. held. The Baptiat church building North-.....- " Kipmstraln' The ie .- 1189 Houth " Bouth.... Horn. ...... ,. Otm Lancaster letter telle of the l&lr. M. haps fatal shooting of a man named 1 12 a.m. I V3 A.M. by officers trying to arrest him. tiolar r. M. ti calculated on standard Mine, t'raa li About 20 minutes faster LOCAL NOTICES. K(K)8 for hatching from pure Brown Leghorn Chicken, eetting of fifteen for $1. Willie Ben and Geo. Barnes Wearen. '., Bcv your echool books from Penny A McAliater. Watches and Jewelry repaired on ahort notice and warranted bf Penny & McAliater. IlUY the lima Hog Kemcdy, the original and only genuine, from Penny &McAl Will, will contract with any one wishing brick or anything else in my line. Henry Bauzb- man. Kai.V is bully needed in gardens and fields. Tho late planted corn is unable to liter. force itself through the hard clods to the A complete otock of jewelry, latent surface Penittylu. Hock ford watohen n specialty. ny & McAliater. We handle tho best cultivator on the Fou couth, cold, Ac., uie Corup. Syrup market. We have bought too many and of Whilo Pine, In lib and 60c bottlw, Pre- for the next 30 days will close them out at pared by McKobert A Siagg. " (Jo to Dr. M. cost. Bright A Curran, Faum eh?, Read Tims Turn-plk- o L. Ilourne'a drui; itore and get one package The officera of tho Prcachersville of Earn A. Clark' Hop Kemedy. If you are "gwine to" hear something "drap" are not ulirfled after nalntt it your money in our next irsue. The responto to their will be refunded. card wis received too late for this mornPERSONAL. ing's paper. m Mn. T. M. PrNNiNoroN is very ill. The Merry ilichelor will have Eich- Mu. anoMiw T.T. Davibh are- in horn's Orchestra to furnish music for their Boyle Writing relative. fifth annual Hop which will be given FriMn W L. Morntrr, of Lynchburg i day night, June 5th. A supper will le Va., wis here this week. given that evening for the benefit of the Mii9. HtTF DcuDEiun is vis'tlng her Stanford Gold and Silver Bind. daughter, Mrs. Soden, in Louisville. M, li. Cnow, formerly of this county, Marriaoe. Mr. J. Thomas Collies, has Wen appointed poaimsater at Pueblo, who gave his age as 55 and stated that he Col. had load four other women to the altar, obMm. J. W. ALCortN has gone to Son tained llcenre here Wednecday to marry trwt to visit her father, Judge J. S. Ken- - Miss VtannK Martin, who is but 22 and drirk. has never made a previous matrimonial Mn. Hexiiv Bauhmas has returned from a visit to the Hot Hptiogs much im- Venture. m m - Ik my absence my son, emption. L'gal quibbles, protracted trie's, suborned juries have all proved sovereign And failing these executive specifics. clemency with magic spell can heal infalli bly the direst disease. But even the Governor Is powerless to relieve a felon. The philosophic encouragement "Grin and bear LAND, STOCK ANO CROP It," ia the only prescription. The meek Thomas Metcalf sold to Dr. C. Fowler neea of Walton's disposition will cooperate in the cure. a buggy mare for $110. S. Murphy, Jr , sold to Andrew J. of PanaAll is quiet on ibe Whitley, a bay gelding, 0 years old, for ma. It is believed no more trouble can oc- $205 cur, unlea the Colombian forces are withIt is estimated that the yield of wheat drawn. in Virginia will be 4,000,000 bushels short Ex Secretary Frelinghnysendledat bis of last year. home in Newark, X. J., Wednesday, A The Louisville cattle market ia slow at hietory of his life together with his picture 2 for common to G 40 for best; hogn con- was printed in this paper recently. tinue to decline and sell now from 3 40 to Orer 4,700 persona have been inocuI J. Sheep are quiet at 3 to 4J cents. lated with cholera microbes by Dr. Ferren Rudolph, tho finest Hereford bull in in the provice of Valencia. Spain, as h pre the world, property of the Wyoming Here- veniiva of thn dueae. The new siem ford Association, died after a veternary sur- is said to be entirely succjeaful and the epigical operation in which a tumor of G5 demic is fast disappeiring. pounds vtah taken from him. He waa valHamilton Marshall, a colored man of ued at $40 000. Green county, received last week from the Mesra. Kidd A Tribble have purchas- Federal Treasury a dratt for $7,010 for ed about 000 lambs for the June and July bick pensions due him, and will be paid in delivery at prices ranging from 4i to 5 future at the rate of $283 per year. Ho ia cents a pound and n few that will bo de- totally disabled and blind, Lebanon Winlivered the last of May at 5J centa Standard. chester Democrat. The Litonia Races begin next WedSETT ADYKUTISEaE.ITh. nesday nud continue till June i'.h. The programme includes some of the swifteat runners In the country and the ineetbg Piano Tuning Repairing. promises to be unusually successful. Mr. Our Plain Timer tnJ Repairer will to In StanEd. W. Hopper baa been elected Secrem TIHIIE OECBAP GROOEB. 7 r o T. R. WALTON, -- DEALi:iUN- r o w I 03 And Almost Anjr Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. IN ADDITION TO GROCHniES AND PROVISIONS, HE EEEP3 Tin-- , Glass- - and and Queens ware, To bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, lleralrlos left with Mn. 8. C. Truehcart at the We have not given the result of the College will bo attended to. b'atlilactlau guaran- races in Louisville, simply from the fact eed. JilCWAllli i CO., Lexington, Ky. that thoe much interested in them, learn the news (jefote we can publish it, Fine weather and fine sport have betn the rule since they commenced. Biersan won tho.Clark stake In 2 09, Troubadour 2J, By tbeiaueei or gallon, Lemonade by athe drink or gallon, Sweet Cider, Qlogtr Ale and lull Joe Cotton 3d. ol Cakes and Bread can bo found at has not come to the editor'.! reexplain proved. Death The Winchester Sun wants us to J. T. HARRIS BAKERY. Mn.Ciun:.E3 A. Howard Is to be lief yet, though many people have died and why Mr. A. K. Denny has the only good mamcerof the Crah Orchard Springe this not suffered to much. He appreciates the field of wheat in this whole section. We have comforting words from the Louisville referred to this before, The re aeon given ia acn. Mn. O. !!. Bitten has "taken the Ymrt and atks the State Press generally to that in the first place the soil is especially Int. 01I3IVS road" a few weeks for the Buell Boot acd be as grntle with his memory aa possible adapted to wheat and in the cecond it waa Summer Ketort will be under Thii trade. Shoe should he be driven to distraction and drilled so early that it got a good atsrt, my luanagttnent tbli toaton, and as It It entirely MlfS Iva Smiley has returned from a death. covering the ground eo well by winter that rtlltted nnd relurnlibed, I can protnlemy patron comfort at well ai health. Hoard. 17 per week; visit to her couin. Mi Grace Warner, at per meal. SO centi. Uie of double cottage, 17 per The sweet girl graduates at the Stan the freez;a were unable to kill it out. week. Will bate a rooreyaccs at the depot to IndUnaolis. ford Female College this year are Mies-e- s nicer pareengert. RALLS GAP. LINCOLN COUNTY. Mn. U.F.Tuiixek, of Clark county, A. h. HM'OOXA.VOHE, Jennie Crane, Mary Rtid, Madie an ex newspaper man and the father of Mrs. White, Khn Owsley and Ida Prewitt. The Geo. D. Doone aold a yoke of young A. W. Carpenter, is her guest. special honors of the class have been won cattle to Arch Anderssn for $65. Mn. K. P. Foster, formerly of this by Ml Mary Reld, of this county, and DEALKR IN Home talent will give their first minciunly, wss here yesterday in the interest Miss Jennie Crane, of Jeflereon county, W. strel concert for the benefit of the new Farming Im)lementi, Twine Biiulerg, Reopen, IMMENSE STOCK OF- of a Iexington tobacco houte. Va. There waa only a small fraction's dif- church oppoeite the depot. Movers, Dmetiic Sewing Machines, Ac , alto B. McHoKERTsand P. A, ference in the marks of the two young la-- Mhjm. W Q lite a number of the young folks Duggiet, Carriages, Phaeton and Tenneuee Mamlabach attended the Pharmaceutical dies, tho former standing 9 1 10 and the went on an excursion Sunday evening to Farm and Spring Wagon. Aoc!ation meeting a Danville. latter, the Taledictorian, 9 tho top of the Mountain in order to view Cull ami exainlnn my stock and get price before Mn. C. II. Cami'Iieu., of Lebanon, is buying cliewbere. I will give j on ngood the many and varied attraction) that the will be a re union of ex ConfedThere Office at Vf. II. HUglm' Ware acting in Dpot Agent J. A. Carpenter' spring time haa added to the valley Mow. Itooun on Main itreet. erate soldiers at the Cold Spring on Tim stead while he is nailing nt his old home. Kngleman's place in Lincoln county, on One young man who ia considered good TRI31BIED AND- Mr A It 1'e.s.ny went to Frankfort authority on such subjcts, says "tbey iust meeting of the Saturday, May 30lh. All ex Confederate yeeUrday to nttend the soldiers are earnestly riutnted to be pres bad a picnic." Gran I Ciminandery of Knight Tamplar. Mr J. 0.tnhjimrshipp?d a especially thoco living in Boylr, Mk 12 K Jrnnimm, of the Wrought enl, and, of lare oak and jopl.ir saw log from this DM. Jesstmine Irjn lUngeto.. ofR. Loi, wss here thi Lincoln, Garrard, Mm'.Uon, be -- ATexpect- place to Xew York City yesterday, where counties. All will and Mercer STANFORD, KY., this week, preKiring for the coming of his obed to bring their luuch baskets who live in they will bu place! on exhibition; the rrorapt-Payin- g ComRepresent the Beet and mot cmvaer. good ject being to give immigrants who land at panic and hi ratei are ftrr loir. (Jive htm a Pjiii. Soi)E.v, one of the fatet and the adjoining counties, find a jolly . l call. that port an idea in regard to soma of the assured.-Lancaster News. I et runners on the L. & Jf , took n or time will be of this part of our State. vast resources tw (IT this week for the bunetitol hit StanTitEefiort to raire a sufficient amount to The same young lady who gvo her ALL PRICES AXD STYLES. y ford frienda. for the Chesa- beau ginger tea through mistake became purchase the customer In Stanford Miiw Cok.nie a:ii Jvma Coort:ii, peake A Kaihville Ittilway through this confused agaiu the other evening and used I will deliver Ic to r.gular morJlcif at and Ticlnltj every at pretty a pair a ever left Stanford, county by private euhjcriptiona to tho com- plaster of Paris instead of roJa in making no hive gone to visit friends at Cloverport mon stock of the road, is not meeting with up her biscuits. This creates an uneasy ONE CENT PER POUND .Accounts due at the close cf each month, or and other places. 0 that success that it should, only about sensation in the stomach but makes a sav hn mj ilmner nulti. have Mn. and Mrs. J. L. flc rcinsos l!Mf Tho boy itcod on the burning deck, It. E. ItAUllOW. having been fecund, some 2,500 al ing in the article ot flour. The young man " Determination in his eye They made Huelonville and the balance here and at gone to Crab Orchard to live before the crown can be worn, the humsays "for Bourne's Drug Store I am bound, AT regood citixens while here and we day ble cross must bo borne. is the last Turnersville. I'm for tho littlo Doc or die!" gret that they could not remain. ' for subscriptions and we urge upon those, LINCOLN COUNTY. HUSTONVILLE. Twinkle, twinkle, little star, . , OrfOSITK Stark Fish, of Crab Orchard, accom- who do not wish to put the question to a My Irlend, tho cheapest goods, by tar, " " panied by his sister, Miss Sallie, and lieu- - vote of the three precincts moat directly Mistes Cauie and Jennie Bacom, of DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY, At Bourne's Drug Store you will find v hen Hiatt left for California, 0, Tuesday, concerned, to come forward and help ua to OJesa, Mo., nieces of Col. J. W. Weather- Tho purest, best, ot every kind. . Gain alwara on McalaarexrTedat all hou-ailia-liwhere Mr. Fish was to wed M!s Thompford, arrived at his house on Tuesday. The hand and In tta teaioo. oyitcn fresh fiih, and short Mary had a little lamb, secure the road. and cri dellcacle served In all atylf yesterday. large circle of relatives notice. Look out for the sign "Woodbine HeaUu-ranson, (For Barnum she should quickly send); young ladies have a Sunday School Mass Meetino. Eld. UutBournn has the nicest lot and call when joa are hungry. Cot A. M. SworE has engaged bertha in thia county, and aa this ia their first visproua a& co., John Bell Gibson has showed Of Drugs and rings, breast pins and things, ip. jiAsosuEiiiEn on the steamer City of Rome, for Liverpool, Danville, Ky. it it ia hoped that they will enjoy their soOf spectacles and soaps, perfumes and envelops, gramme of the Sunday School Maes Meet'J J. He intends to travand will sail June journ in their mother's girlhood home. Patent medicines of all kinds, ing to be held at the Christian church next el when and where it suits him, and stay Globe mixed paints, cordials and wines John A. Wright, adm'r of James C. 8unday afternoon at 3J o'clock. It conAnd every thing else, the cheapest and fcett, Wright, dee'd, will offer for sale on the ai long as ho finds it sufficiently interest-in- g sists of music, essays, recitations, Ac, and At The New Drug Store, (to rhyme, put In "Bourne ever nioro." to keep him away from his Kentucky premises on Friday, the 29th inst , the farm Dressed Pine flooring, Oeiling, Weather Yturs till denth, M. L. BOL'KNE, at the New Drug Etore, Stanford, Ky. while the little folks play a prominent part Lexington Transcript. Green well friends. of abbut 100 acrea, in good condition, Boaids, Finishing Lumber, in it, a number of our best musicians will watered and located on the plko cquldla Lumber in the Bough, including Miss Georgia LOCAL MATTERS. appear, among them taot from the village and Moreland Station. Laths and Shingles. Mrs. Dr. L. F. Huffman, Mrs. IL Bealtifdi. Flower Pots. T. It Walton.' Alto a cottage dwelling at the town limite, For thoconvenlncof our customers in StanJ. McItobrts, Mies Daisy Burnside and and a storehouse in the town. All thia ford and vicinity we bavn arranged wltu Geo. JriwiEOVM,EV is in Washirgton ijr; Ail mo cmiuren ami meir iaitmu It. UViiwii tokp'nnlilyarilansortmnt Household and of our Lumber, where they can gt it as cheap a mined to t th (' illctcrhip or die in lie Hre invited and piomtecd h pleasant and property ia valuable. n,k" He wit ' from, indirect kitchen furniture, stock, farming imple- any bills not on ban1i, wliiri we will ',m,,,.V'J no attempt. profitable hout'n entertainment. hay and oata notice. JAi , JIEt,l'l ments, buggy and harnefs, AND L".T M.fim ArrER Monday ISth, we will sell best RELIGIOUS. will alao be sold. rml (including Peacock and Jelico) at lie ! Bennett Cloyd, Sr. met with a serious Old edition: I said in my haste, all delivered to customers in town and 10: on accident Wednecday afternoon. He wsb men are liare." Xew: "I said when I csrs. Bright A Curran A Full and complete aHsormTeiuof Furniture, embracJutt returning from Dinville. On leaving the made hatte to escape, all men are a lie." Middleburg pike his hore ran away on a No crytliinr; from the Cheapest to the Fluent I'ui-Iobo male before the next An effort will Revs. Halo and Holtzclaw'ri meeting cities to make your piirchime, no snatior steep grade, upaet the buggy and dragged need to go to the County Court to divide the voting precincts at Junction City had resulted in 31 addiwhat quantity or quality you want, as I can and will dnpllcute cf Wayresburg into two. One to bo at the tions up to last night and interest on the it iihapa a quarter of a mile, when failing Lr I any prices yon can obtain clacwhere, freight being added. Also Kings Moun- r A , "iMt make on abrupt turn, horse, buggy and to f Cl'O present point and the other at Is iVT increase. 3v.J Shrouds ami Kobe, etubriMw a full assortment ot Collins, tiin Tunnel. Rav. F. S Pollitt will preich at Halls driver were thrown down an embankment lug all the New Styles, both cheap and expensive. Ware room Sunbay niternoon at 3:30 Mr. Cloyd waa carried home on a mattrtcs. Our Hustouville correspondent says that Gap church next opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. Usual services at Methodist The iloctor'd examination showed that a o lr colored aspirant for Legislative honors o'clock. collar bane was broken, three riba eepirat- U making tho race on the platform that the church here Sunday. Rjv. J. E. Triplett will preach at Mc ed from tho breast bone, and severo contu"Suicide must support the child." Will ol the sufhimKinney next Sabbath at 11 o'clock A. M sions sustained. Tho condition our friend, Mr. Miller, pleain expreaa is thought to be oco of extreme danschool-boup- o at 3 o'clock ferer self on thia point, or is It a question that nnd at Richard's at 7:30 ger. COMMISSION MEE0HANT AND SPECIAL AGEUT. v. m. and at Smith's school-liopeoplo must decidt? the Eld. J. S. Sweeney commenced hia o'clock v. M. d IlAVisa concluded to continue in buai-ne'Tho revieed edition of thn Bible calls meetinir Tuesdav nicht with a I have purchased and nm now openI undontand thai he designs conSurit'sheol,' but never mind; by any other houeo. ing one of the largest and best selected namo it will be as lint aa under tho tinuing over two Sabbath. Thoeo who will bo stocks of dry goods, notions and fancy term the early fathers gave have heard him iu former days in Genital Kentucky. U.- -f Louisville Times. ntteud, and those who have not likely to kooiIh evei shown Farm U'aRons, Village Carts and Ruck Boards over Brought to an opportunity My old friends are invited to call and I Rev. J. M. Evans passed through Par-- i are aisurcd that they lme ininthis market, from the Cheapest to the ISom, interesting and it to their acsure them that I will on his way to "Maysville, Tuesday, ilo now to hear a mot while socially they will W. Hayden. terest to trade with me. J. He structive preacher, was just from Southern Kentucky. dpAye EMBRACING ABOUT FORTY DIFFERENT STYLES. one of tho rarest productions of Vs THjJryiJoirasb Peni held four meetings in that portion of the find him It secraa that It is harder for the tho age. By tho way, I understand Mr. 8 Jv.3?VSi- -' Cr, 'Tenuis, arofficials to hold Joe Hughes, who State, organlud two churches, made ilpnin the charue of havioc recently inter AlBoaFuliand Comploto Assortmont of All Kinds of Farm and Mill up for five years for horse steal- rangement1! for the building of two new waa sent Maohinory. the operation of juetice. received 212 members fered to prevent In the complaint concerning our cooks, which ing, than the Irishman bis flea. He waa houBeaof worahip, but on The sympathies of the many friends never teouis to ossen as the years go by, wonder Now Is tho 1 Into to IMaco your Onl rs for Harrows, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, nnd raised sent out to Oark county to work on into tho Presbyterian church, the contrary seem to swell In volume, we jf the editor were awakened by hia difint It has not occurred to tinny of tupsj who nnd tlie Cultivators ami Field Hollers, where ho aoon won thp good $ 1 700 for tho different objecU of benevoone way ol tho Turnpikes, apology for hla poibIo short comings in computet'K unavoidable that they lmeown baud". repreiented.-Kentucki- an. deal in his lence he matters n good remedrl Purchasing. I have a few Sulky will of the contractor and becunc a "trustiroes a day with a And seo My Stock and get Prices before An acitvo half Rjv. A. S. Moffat t tells u that hla tho last imir. Job, the hietoric man of "Hotneromf.'rt" hour three Iron Cooking Range In Wiuujlit ty." It wan only for a day, however, aa he Spring Tooth Harrows that I am authorized to close the Uz, knew little of the intensity of human the required to meetings at Crab Orchard but at less than cost. s;id the first.opportunity to escape and 40 conversion and thnt he Ihh resulted in auflerini so Jong as he tcpod n felon iniMtkitchen Is all that la)ldonly from PrepareThere iiiUuiillal meal without fatfgiie. wagons by will continue ieUliHiMlllanjeare wa; hick to this county where he ravJo hii Felony used to ! oinidered a grave mat- our authorlfalatufn now miking htadfuar- They rto 'Worth the Money asked for Them for Cultivating one onjji of com. in the latt few nights. Ssv-er- them over Sundy. A church was organ-izhis been ler at Souier'tit. Your trulv. 11ASOK CO.. but the pruufri" of eoienoe hai IKON WROUtlllT list Moedty with 35 members, and ter 0330. T. WE.VKTCIS-. partlei hava bjfn in search of him but bt. Lout, M). be plead in ix- 2.j, next Sunday communion services will brf a remedy. Inanity cm eluded them. h has eo fir S2-- 8t tary. ford about Jlnu V.5fi. Order for Tuning and ICE CREAM! Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. Canned Goods from the Best Canneries of the Country. HALE'S JUNE WEI,L? hcalth-giTlng 22-- For Bargains, There Is No Place Like the Corner of Main and Somerset Sts. N.T. HUGHES, S-- 10. bar-gal- a. WAlfi FIFE! I M'KOBEETS & STAGG-'S- FIHE INSURANCE. cir-loa- d PHILIPS, READY FOR THE WALLS dr right-of-wa- ICB! IGS! ICE! "The Bourne from which Traveler Returns Sick." S8,-00- Masonlieimer's Restaurant CocaT-HousK ar t" r. LUMBER! hl-drld- dtr lift WEAM r f UNDERTAKER, K-- iiB:KH RANGE I m Dealer in U'uiuiitiii'e larc Caes, 8uite. G. D. WEAREN, me well-fille- Tho Largest Stock of Buggies, Carriages, reys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, i H-2- tJ. al d ci-e- rceld r- W- 0-Smi-MfcW- i) nlcnorounm THE POISON TREE. nVillinm GOOD QUALITIES OF YELLOW PINE. FIFTY YEARS AGO. GATHERING OF THE CLANS AT AN "OLD VIRGINNY" WEDDING. Tliu Supply fr'oeinliiRly Kxliatistlcss Isi tlio (Now York In placos whoro wooden floorings or trim- J. 1 aovKtt. ' mlnip undergo severe or constant tto, tho Tim 1'ncrUli i:clU-incnto- r Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Itxpertntlmi valuable southern yellow piuo has becomo Better than She Expected. Lntlxli Hospitality How Ononis Cuino almost iiniispensable. in ship work its durThe only lint ruuntag happy to 'Your lettor receded. In reply I d ability has been long acknowledged, but it "A Tlnio Ilrllnjj aay that Parker's Hair Palsam did much more for The line Imported Normsn atnlllon will make tha Is only within afowyonrs that its useful-ih- j PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CAHS When Wi'ddln'sAVus Vdillirs." And I water 1 it in ftars, mo tbxn jon aIJ It wcmld or than I expected. aesMon oi leni m lutalaiiio or.i. .M.wray,Rt "i'luk for honss purposes has been appreA.n Night and in rnine with my tear, My hair bis net only slopiied filttBR out, but the Cottage," Vt intloa froiu tjtanf.inl, ciated. In formor times it was tedious ttulT And I named it with smile, bald spots aro all coTercd and all wy hair has to work by hand, but its tediousuess Is now (Mr, r. Q. de rmtalne In New York Clraphta And with toft deceitful wiles; AT $11.". THE NUASOX, Fifty years ngo old Roanoke wms in a KrcwH thicker asd mere llrely than It was before overcomo by improvod tools and stoaiL . raott OaS.'iTolKsraK a Colt. Till it grew both day and night, drowinjr, and tho Increased call for hard fovorlsh stato of oxeitement over an ovont my tlelcuefa a rcor rgo " Thank toe again and Till it bore an apple bright; Loiile.vHIr,fjliiciiiimll iiutl Lex. T. pine wainscoting and ceilings that hat which was destinod to unite the interesti axitn." Rxtrnet (rem letters of Mr. 1'.. ChiuH la a dark (ray, 17!, hands high, weighs And my to heboid it shine, liiKton, KyM 1,600 oiiu0i ami Is J years ..t the Wth of May attended tho active building opom-'tioit- s and estates of two of the oldost and most in- Writ 6d itreet, New York. And he knew that it wm mine, next. He Is of line stria and action, geod In the fluential families in Virginia. Weeks In adof lato has boau readily supplied. woll ribbed and large body, with lolus, Positive Cure for Piles. vance the clnus ha I No wooden ilooring tliat is used Ixiro is sugathering from Awl into mv garden etole, eil UouMer, head ami neek welt set on. tie was "WASHINGTON To the people of tills wunty we would say that Imported by (, W. HuM.IHIfM A. Co., of perior to narrow strips of Georgia yellow tho neighboring statss to do honor to tlio ocWhen-- rbt nigut ha 1 veiled the pole. Connecting in same dejol with fast trains foi 111., Sfitrinlier II. tsHi. t I well-lai- d casion, and when the day of the wedding ar- wehare been Klten tbo agency oi Dr. Marchlsl'a e pine. A In the iiionuitE fiU Hirfoco of tho wood imwe will nlo stand at the same place i.ir fine My foe outstretched I o.teatli the tno. guaranteed proves with ago and friction, its resinous rived "Oakland," the ancestral borne of tho Italian Pile young Jack, JXTO"V7 quality hardens for it n sort of natural var- bride, was taxed to its utmoet to ncconuno-dnt- o to cure or mooey refunded Internal, external, THE COLONEL'S REBUKE. tho numerous guest. "Peyton Hall," blind, Bleeding or Itching I'lles. Price SO cents nish. Art, too, has recoutly touched this s Tho Direct EontotoL sturdy old timber, Thin are tho adjoining estate owned by a rolatlvo, a box. No cure, no pay. Penny A McAlliter, An Occuslnn When tho Huyn In Gruy sancd out of planks containing thick depos- nlso threw open its hospitable doors, and Druggists. At 810 for ii I.lvlug ('nil, Iloston Is a beau villo. Norfolk, Were Not Uxiictly Consilient. tlful black, Hi bends nigh, wai f.le.l Xereiuber its of rosin. When tbejo panels ore placed was scon tilled to overflowing by tho wedDaughters, Wires and Mothers. . 10, IS79, and U by West Knd, he by Warrior, his Arkansaw Traveler in doors that tho sun can striko, tho olTect ding company that came with big box, llttlo dam by Jim Porter, first dam Suoo Fly, by a MamAll Virginia nnd North Carolina Wo emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlsl'a Gtinter was, during tho produced is n rich, red wino color, showing box, bnndbox and bundle. Cots were ulaccd moth and Warrior Jack. a female remedy, to cure Female DiseasPointfl. . in parlors and libraries, pallets laid on overv Pasture furnliliMl at reaionahli rales, but will room, war, a proud and impressive olllcer. Ho Hume tne lhero Is a process or For tickets and lurlher information, apply seasoning pine. There is nlso ono of available floor, while each lounge nnd sofa es, audi n Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and cot be reilHjoaible foracrldenta thodd any occur. J0"' nruiiot nfrnll of tlio enemy and never or sV " ticket office, W. address ' UllA V Ulceration, Falling and dtiplaremint or bearing W.J. llaao, sought a clinncj of keeping out of harm's steaming it, so that tho rosin will show uni- had ono or more occu pints. K. AltNOI,I, Advertising Agt., down fooling, Irrcgalarlttlts, llarrennesa, Change Agt Ticket anJ In those days a wedding could not bo man-ago- d way, bit it was a well Unown fact that tho formly in tho board, but tho naturally besides many weaknesses as an impromptu affair, for tbo soil of of Life, Leueorrhcra, n w luJi"l,,.""r"Ae., Louisville. iZi claukirg panoply and turkey-gobble- r strut veined surfaces aro handsome enough whon prlcgtng from tho aboTe, like Headache, Illoat "Old VIrglnny" was not then, as It now is, ten'l Managar, of war was to him qulto ai interesting ns properly smoothed. . (,n'l Pass'r lng, Spinal Weakness, Hlecpleasneas, Nerrous do- utcrtmond. Virginia. Tho supply of this timber seems othnust-les- s. crowed nnd recrosed by Innumorable railtho gleam of tho bayonet or tlio This fine young saddle stallion I have concluded ''cannon1 A largo fleet of schooners and otbor roads, and supplies had to bo wagoned over bllity, 1'alpltatlon of the Heart, Ac. For tale by roar." In January, opening hundreds of mllos of territory. On this oc- drugglite. Prices SI aod f 1 50 per bottle. Send to lelserre a limited number ot mares at the low 18C3, Ountor mar bed his mtlii from the craft is devoted cxcltieively to its transportaprice ot northwest down to the capltul city. While tion from Virginia, North and South Caro-Una- casion the ojnfectionsry and everything to Dr. Marchlil, Utlca, X. Y tat pamphlet, free. iho men woro halted on tbo opposito bank of Georgia, and Florida. The latter which could not be manufactured upon the For aalo hr Penny A lie Allilrr, PrusgUK XJOXiliA-KS'- l tho river, Ountor went over into the town, state Is ronovtned for the long boards that plantation was brought from Richmond by Which money 1 will nemlon his Muutlon afier His Loss was Her Gain anJ wulto there lxjcami acquainted with aro cut from it trees. Georgia owns tho canal boat to Lynchburg and from thence the seasoa Is over by placing blm Id the liaiidsuf "Well, ma'tix," raid a fuhlonabtc phyilrlan to some goM Mjtile none hub, onlr to steajy lilm several young ladie. In the presonco of standard of quality, but any untapped stock to Roanoke, n distance of several hundred tlioo ladies ho decided to make an impres rates high. Troos from which tho pitch has mllos, and a week being consumed in tho a wealthy lady patient, If you don't like my pre In hlsualtJ. fur he has thestt nalurally. I expect at tbe Fairs. (UllKdgsts 3 years tn sivo miow; ana uo tow tuem to stand upon been partly removed in tho manufacture of operation. Nothing else was talkod of for acrlpllen, perhaps you had better try Parker's oldexhibit him dirk bay or brown. 15?4 bands this Sprint, tho hotel balcony, to bo cheered by his turpentine, turn out lighted wood, but such mouths in advance, and tho old county was Tonic or some other quack tuff." "You don't high aada rlect model In lorrn. He wui alrel This Invaluable prepa. .. .- troops as they patted. cuttings havo not tho wearing morit of s stirred to its center, for naught so revolumean It, Doctor," abe answered, but your advice by one of tbe noted old Denmark family, Levi . , . v . title skill, ami Hubbies On Time; "Now, boy,-- ' said Ounter when ho had from virgin trees Since the war, tionize a country place as a wedding. Tho may he good for nil that. Sometimes what you horses eve: known 1st dam by eneol the grandest nu rnurn i Brrnr ::::"i',,,"Hi"no mors In any country, Cabbie's Old iiieaiimaiiie benefit was gone buck to his men, "when you cross over owing to bettor railroad facilities largo neighboring forests paid their tribute in call 'quack stufl" la the best and most scientific LrxlDgtnn.a horse that has taken more premiums ever bettowid on the holly, and the traditional mistletoe bough medleine, alter all." Sho got a bottlo ol Parker's than aod gut more goo.1 horses than auy known 1 want you to march just as gracefully as tracts of now forests have boon oponod to luclbersoflhr world. you possibly can. A party of ladies will be commorce, Europe, especially England, is wassmpondod ou high, under which, if any Tonic aud It cured ber cf neuralgia arising from horse, any horseman will tell you as, therefore we No More Pain! arit not only short-en- s strains victim was caught, she was compolled to pay disordered stomach and nerres. She told her shoukl not let the dam was ot lhe two families the time of labor and (standing on the hotel balcony. When I take a largo buyer of this wood, "its excellence by Faulkner's Young rundown. Ills 2d leitont the Intensify of ofT my hat and shout, 'Three cheef5 for tho in railroad work on account of toughness the "accustomed forfeit, which could bo friends and now they all keep a doctor at home In AmrrUa. Uncle Peter Oenlry aaya he was the bet aln, hut belter than all breeder that ever stood in llorle county. Third NoMoreDanger Kreitlrdlinlnlabea tha ladles of Little Rock, Jell Davts and the and comparative lightness, is becoming claimed by any cavalier In the room so in the form of Parker's Tonic. dam by Taylor's Messenger. Southern Confederacy,' you must all choer." recognized abroad as well as in this country. clined. dancer to Ufa of both TOmother and child, and Chickens, ducks and turkeys, which had Tho men wero nut ill a cheering humor. When yellow pino vessels become dis"Rough on Ritt" clesrs ra's nod mice oullSc. 'eaves me inoiiier In a Tlioy had marched through many ratios of masted or capsized at sea they form most been kept in fattening coops for weks, lost "Rough on Corni" for Corns and Dunlont. Ifc, snow. The peacock feather to them, whilo dangerous wrecks and at night are an tbolr heads, while rotund pigs with apples young Jack will also make the maioo MotheraOhild. Thli lino Thin people, "Wells' Health Kenewer" restores of 1 Wat usy stable, one mile from btsntord so cd far lest liable lo it might have bjeu picturasquo. possessed ojpocial terror to navigators. Their buoy- in their mouths looked placidly upon tho health and vigor, cures dya).la, Ac. 1 i. The Dread o- fHooding, eonvulslona and the lluitonvllleplke, at preparations for their consumption. New not that grant charm which lurks around a ant cargoes prevent them from sinking and "Rough on Toothache" gives Instant relief. 15c. otheralarialogtyrsptoms loaf of broad and a placoto sltdoun. Just they becomo, so to spak. a floating root gowns were given to tho female servants. Iim l.lot to lingering and Ladles who would retain freshness and rlraclty, S3 to Insuro a Living Colt. before arriving opposite tho hotol on the Soveral abandoned schoonors hove been whilo the bras.s buttons on tho livery of tho don't fill to try "Wells' Health Renewer." painful lalr Its truly wondirlul efficacy tn 13 balcony of which the ladies stood, one of known to drift about tbo ocean from six to malos were brightened to a startling degree. with white Steve Walker Is a "Ruchu-palba,- " Traatearmid to great kidney and urinary cure. hands high, yearsbrown and said by points. thltieiptt rntltlea the good Jack old t eighteen months. tho olllcers said: Not long ago one op- Old "Uncle Bjn" was the centre figure in Moritaa'a rmaxotot-- ) rats, mice cleared men tobe eae of the finnt boneU Jacks In File, roaches, ants, en rod on the coast of Franco. Captains re-o- this last brigade, and the amount of impor"Hoys, we've got enough of this foolishness raoli.t nose ol the life Has acllwni like a borse, ijuick and sure out by "Rough on Rats." 13c. saving appliance these drifts to tho government given Don't open your mouths. Pass it along tho Tho tance with which he was usually Invested you patronise us we will promise not t detain If "Rough on Coughs," trashes, lit; Ihiuld, 2Sc. you loeg oa lo the world by the ills. the Jack's aeeuot. ovornment in turn spreads tbo Information, seemed to have doubled Iteolf on this occasline." ot luwicrn sciFor children, slow In development, puny and ovrrie AWB Jl t J. K. A! J. H. l'MllllS. ut tli9 danger is ouly partly provided ion, and ho Locarno a most pronounced autoTho word was passoi along. Gunter took ence. 1'roiH theaatureol the oil his hat, w avod it and exclaimed : "Three gainst, as currents or driving winds can crat, dictating terms to his own color nnd delicate, uie "Wells' Health ltenewer."Try "Hough on Dentltt" Tooth Powder. it. lc. offering suggettions to his master, who, as ctK.lt will tl course be vary tho situation Indefinitely. cheers for the ladies of Little Hock, Jen" Nervous Weakness, Dyspepsia, Sexual Debility understood that w can ho hail been a faithful old butler for many Divis and the Southern Confederacy." ! sol publish rrrtiricatew Cnpplns the Climax. years, listened to him with the utmost con- cured by "Wells' Health Htaimrr." II, Tho men wero marching in tho uust zlg-a- g rottterntng tliltl'.xuknr Mother Swan's Worm Byrup, for feverlshceti, l"Hfcl Honor and BIJah." sideration. and slatternly manner. No one cheered. at wr stables. Ik SAFETY Will Hiakethexnwn.f 1 "Weill well!" exclaimed his honor, as Silas Oakland and Peyton hall stood side by worms, constipation; taateless. Jftc. Quuter -- ducked" h.s head and breathed nu lluttonvtlle A. let w havo hundreds g Stinging, Irritation, all Kidney and Urinary wtlei south f lluitonvlllo. on tde br Joe Klmo, side. Each of thso rich ostntes retained oith as long as a plov.line. Shortly after Gregg shuttled out, "but you are a 1.1 WrtT road. A4alin (ilenro la iof such trsllHioolalt ou To (I. easel"' and respected tho traditions which had Iwen complaints cureil by "Iluchu-patba.- " No. tlio, trial 2.iT, teord 2 i. Jo 1.1 mo Is the Sir, and no rsolhtr who the Midlers passed the hotel a yellow dog "That's it, that's the way," whined Silas; handed down from generation to generation Night awels, fever, rhllU, malaria, dyspepsia, sirs of D. C i . reomi J JS , ' D. t f told .r SniTerlnt; ran into the street. Then the men rolled. Wo.fl it,M) lhepsit wlalstr.l Revle rMd 2 MV(i "it's notJing but abuse wlnrover I go. Thoy by those with whose names they were identi- cur.J by "Wells' Heslth I'.enewr." Guntor ravoJ. Standing upon his stirrujs record 1 1 aud Mark Wakfleld parrr, her tl sua nf trouble auusoj mo in Llovelana, nnd I went to Buf- fied. Old landmarks wore carefully preMy husband (writes a lady) Is three times the trUllu2 30. Jo i:iro- - Is by bt I'.lmo, r.i, (by lie exclaimed. "Oh, yes, dang you. You a protuiaesi paytltlau lata Ir rrtuaikrt to th falo. Thoy abused mo in Buffalo, nnd I served; old tree, bonding beneath tho man since using "Weils' Health Renewer." fl. Aloxaoder's AUslUli, lSi he by llyadykv'a Haw proprietor that If It we, aimsidblr lo enn't cheor a party of ladies, but you can mike put., bleloslaD, No 10. Jo I.lmw'a 1st daui by MawbrlHO went to Tolodo. Thoy tried to crush mo in weight of years, were jealously kept in placo l wo rreelve, the MuUel If you are felling, broken, warn eat and ner cheor a dang yallar dog, dang you." dam Matll d. would Mengr: 1)AKUIUh (ileas-o'- a by1stImp Ulstoco) 2d lie Ike on ltors aaythlag est the Market. a Filru I . II Toledo, and I came here, and now you pitch by artitlcial means, whilo from the wMls of vous, use "Wells' Health Renewer." tl. Never afterwards did Gunter placo so by Willie . ilf Forelgaee, onto ma tbo very first thing. Judgo, I'm tho immenso salons locked many generamuch conildenco in bis men. Prevalence of Kidney cotnpUlat In America; dam Heine l'.. Ir Ciioniiiglsam's Coppor l(ltw; I mot earnestly ratrat evry tm nrtlns going to commit suicide!" 81 Jam Muirrvj ptinrao. by Imp Huaird, tions in powdered wigs, rutllsi and short " Motht is qulek, cesapieteewK). 91. Willie I 's dam Htarlhl by Caero. toberontax-- Is u I will aM t Pi lead teui.lol' "Don't don't think of it! Tbo future mnj clothes. The owners of tusse estates were Stonomill Jackson's Compliments, with thtietraly that during a ,UI,g are Imp ke,liy large l'kaee Ahlallah llleuea't eolu ami ebitetrieai peacllr thrty.iar yeer.) I hare nev. havo many bright things for you. Udyoii gentlenion of the -- old school," chlvnlrou. L"W. G E." in Chicago Times CUItK I'OH IMI.Ks. aad good mavere, bold saddle tae and ss kj nu io e.iuas a sine an-I ika , I think that it was on the day of Port Re- know tho charge against you borer haratxi. I have on of bis rolls thai Irotsett I ,M honorable and quick to resent H. J. llOI.MC-i- . M u aro freqKnitly'pr(:Ud by n kuw ,f vrigli on a WO.yard elrvleat the rt ol I I.1, timed public (If my memory bo not ut fault) that "Probably murder. Shouldn't bo n bit nn iiuult or to nvengn :i wrong and justnt In Piles AtUnia da tbo bark, loins and lower part ef the atxli m n, M (livens. HuMonvtlie. Ky , wltnosit aay Gen. Jackson had ordered A. P. Hill to take surprised if it was murder in the ilr.tdo-Broj.- " quick to pardon un uffeucs where honor was causlag the pfttlsmt to aaoUlla;, I alto Lava auuturr tixt tt alwut s npo b has feit Troatlte ea a certain position and hold it. He and some not involved. Tiny wereof the stock which ol Die Lltlny or riricliUirinat orstaa'. oa.Ttl..n gtiod. llerelsaromblaatloti of the beet troitla Uomih nr mailed Kee. "Hoalth aal Happiness of At tlaua. Ablallah tilon "Not qulto and ninalngi rimes laexlslestr of his stall were sitting on horseback on the bad as that, Silas. The gave to Virginia her Ligat-Hor.Harry Mmptom of lotllgnitloa are pmeat, as flaluh-nij- . Hai.ritD K..riAToa Co., Alltnti.Oi rolia. bal but Utile training but trotle-- l an Hutchtop of a hill, in the drizzling rain, trying to charge is vagrancy. You have no home-- no Lee, John Randolph. Robert E. Loo, and of tho stuiiiAtli, elr. A woUlur. like Ings A rnw'a track la Hofle ounty, Ky., which frionds no cash down in your ckot. scores of other who have made that state n what was going on in various parts of IV, or two, In j"Tplrtlon, prndtKlng a lery diaagimbte llrhlng, it len ee.'oiiJtsiiw, M- - i Pop- ,U weeks ahowM a eays he tlio flold. "Jackson," as one of Uo stall re- You bg your provisions, borrow your lodg famous as the mother of statesmen. tuoathi hand Hug aftcr.grttlng warm, Is n Aery roaamoH altencUat t Mgslt Irequentiy II la alw a s atddl cently sail, "was the dingiest looking man ings ana nellhor weavo nor spin. In short, Many a gay party of gentlewomen nnd laddla aim mi Invariably m in tho crowd, as u.ual; be had ou the satin you aro a solid old ag of tho first watti.'1 gallant cavalnrs gullop id down tho ave- Itllul, IJUcdlngHiid licking l'lhxjMd it one to tb nor1 anil hlaco.it wishing to lrrl will du well "Judgo!" exclaimed Silas, as ho drew him- nues to the summons of the hunter's horn appllratlon of Ir. llownko'a Pile Ilmedy, u klch ai la toualllles P'Ikii.s old cat.?, that was once gray, but was now a brr.lln examluemr ItortA anl eelli yellowish brown, the same old clothes that self up, "look at me! Do I look like the kind calling thorn to a fox hunt or u deer chase, directly upon tho lrl aSected, alworblng the elsewhrre. He Is a beeutllul brou, 1SV, htaJs "JHnoUm munle. Elands tor the high you havo been describing?'' to return In the evening to u briiliaut ball or Tumor, allaying the InlMiw lflilugan.1 arlrrtlnga small superior ione and ho had worn when ho brought tLoe cadets of n clothoi-pl- u sum ol (tiotlm ur cur. I'rl- - SO .Mils. .JJrM tlm Ir. to IiiHiiri" ii l.lvlnu St'anoit I will aiso stand Shortest and Quiokest Route from Oon "You do, Silas you do!" from tho institute o.i that hot day, and the whist party where egg-n- g and hot apple Colt. tral Kentuouy to all Points North, "Woll, that caps the climax I don't want toddy were tbo features of the ovenins. DoeanVo Medkln Co., Plu. Ohle SwtJ by Mcllob-irtssame cop whoie brim had hid the clock from my Jack, Stag? Eist, Wwt nnd Southwest. to live a day longer! If a born gentleman his vision on that day; and the water pourwhile tho "antlers" or tho "brush," trophios Fast Line between ing oir him at every comer, and oH his an- a gentleman who has a college education and of the day's sport, wero prominent in tho jjEB f. uurrMAN. d gular, sorrol (that ho bought a mlud full of richness, is set down for a decorations. Preparations were made ou RobMc Is IV, handi LEXIXGTOX A CIXOI.V.VATI 1U to Insure. J3IsfrJC I MT, At WUHGJ.ON O KY. from a drove at Harper's Ferry for brevier (Sot "ehclule In Effecl May 10, IMS brown with mealy nose and a No. STANFORD, in tramp simply because bo happens to hnve the most lavish scale, and although all the gold, and which Is now one of tho curiosities his old clothes on I want to quit this cold accessories of tho suppsr had to bo wagoned 'jfflce South sldr Main Street, two doors abort by the Kd. Campbell jack, be br Roblaaou'a Lamp-soby Imp. Mammoth. the Myera Hotel; No. 4 fio.6, at tho New Orleans exhibition), did not im- world!" hundreds of milos this wedding is roforrod Pure Nitrous Oxide Gat administered wban reyODTU.iiOCHD. Not irvpoast lie lor aecldenta or escapes, but prove the ganeral appearauce of the motion- "I'll mako it sixty days, Silas." to by octogjnariaus and contonarians of tho mares tell with me will be well eated fur nn reaquired. Ei hue.' Dally "There you go just as I expected." sonable teruit. l'i.2'auil lets tlgures. county as ono of tho tlno.t ever witnessed In It. H. I'OWKI.I.. Lve. Covington 10 am S 10 pta it 00 pm "And you'll get scrubbed up, your hair Old Roanoke. A. P. Hill was holding an important "That wa a time whon po's Arr. Paris, ... Saw 10 H a ut Pi 41 pta 5 JO pru sition, and the enemy knew It, and were cut, and feel like a now man before night" was weddln's," recently said an old Islington . 11 IS pru II VJpn. C 10 p m making things iy hot for him. Finally "Abuse nothing but abuse wherever I gray haired servant of the family who still Lve. J AMI IiUMllKIt YAIII), II M tu III 2 ti us a J3 ti m an aid caniH up at a gallop 'Gen. Jackson, go!" groaned tho prisoner, and ho left tho retains a vivid recollection of tho event. Arr. JS tneheiter ... 12 M p tu 11 0 p m llOitin court-rootop of the Knobs close by J. Carter's Orccery Gn. Hill prevents hl compliments and says with tears in his e)es Ulchmoud.... 2 0) i u, When the nlnht of tho wadding nrrivn.1 On ...,. btorc. baoeastor 110 pm tho clans hod gathered from far and near . that his ammunition is getting wet, and he " llowlaod w mv .. m. Need Sanitary M. wishos to know .f i cannot retire." There Fill jb wiu:r.Li:it, and it is safe to say that never was there a Lve, lUchmoDd.. Jce Hoard In I'hllad Iphla Press. was uo silent dabito on Jackson's part; ali ot p m more brilliant assemblage in old Roauoko For all klodsof general Lumber. Shingles, .c, Arr. llerea 3 3D p 10 The recent sanitary acts of New York atcounty. most immediate!) came the answer: "Give builders and others can not find a belter market tn Slreof Kmma ManleT.Hob Pate. Florentlae. Douht " I.lvlosto- a03 am Many of the guests cama hundreds of suit themselves. Our motto Is "Uood Material Ac., Ac , will tniko the seuon of tail at my stables my compliments t Gen. Hill, an 1 tell him tempt to hold in check tho mode of building lor miles that the onemy's ammunition is getting jut tenemout hou-os- , requiring certain means no in privato conveyances. There wero Oap, Reasonable Rates." rottotrue addren, Halls near sianioM, kj,, Ky. No. 11 No. i No. 3 commodious hotels noar by whore us wet ns his is. Waur won't hurt his bav. of ventilation, and exit, forbidding tho fillAT TIVI2XTY UOLLAKS. .marten could be obtained for man ing uppf tho entire space between the houses and beast, consequently tho hospitality of with dwellings, nnd otherwiso seeking to imjHsiu Martin Is one ol t! most dlstlugulshed torn Lve. Ilvlngston.... both Oakland and Peyton hall was severely A Not el Vion. " Here ..,to Haw ........ prove tho condition of such tunoment taxed. At one time sixty extra horses oflinp Phaeton, ssinolog gond racit over good Arr. UUhitoad ,...... stood II IJ a ui lChr.n ile "Undertones." horse, at all distances, and a few of his celts on i;XERCI8F.3 houses. There only two stepi furthor In tbs stables of Peyton hall nlono. a Ilka 7 13am trie turf In isd I were all teen at the front. lilt Lve. lUisIaul Truth and .a1 eh od are coequal. Georgo in Im tat ion of tho needs number alto tostlng the crn bins of Oak-lanBritish lodging-housol the " I.inoaiter . son, Doubt, wasoaeot tho Inst S.year-old8 OS am Washington was phenomenal iwrhaps when acta one i amoving nltogethor College. )ir. bt. Martinis the highest type of a thoreuh-bre- d Air HlehiMond. II 00 a m o hatchet and cherry tree incident took jKjpulutio.i when under certain the cellar Col William C. Preston, the distinguished hands hlgli, M'leu- - Lve horse, atandlnz over unhealthy 0) t W a tu 1 25 pm ulnce. But tho Mure truth taere is in a man conditions; und tho outliem statesman, whoso Wit nnd olo- - Commonoomont Sermon, Sunday, dldly proiiorilotiel, klstl as a Itnib ana rotulilnes I Arr. lltchinoad 7 a m other Hunting by law quenco added brilliancy tliebett hlo'id of Lngsarnl and America, lly Imp, Arr Wlucbeiter. the bigger bis capacity for lying whon ho tbo number who can occupy to Paris. . 8 Ot a re 3 IS a tn a given spaco in presidential administration, more than one Pbseton, flrat Jam Tokay by lap. Yoikthlre; May 31st, drove all the like to lot it out. The difference between a a tenemout room. 7 SS a io 'I 34 p in 2 SO pu ilam Miss Manin, by (larrli'in'a Zlugauee, Lve. Lexlogtou way from his boms in South Carolina, four- thoroughly truthful man and a big liar is S 16 a m! 3 23 p ui 3 S3 pm (souol fir Archjj, third dam (ubrle'.lt by fir, Lve Paris The British acts as!gn '.'40 cubic fct as At 11 A. !. at Opera House while his baggage- - a gon. containdata Calypso, by IWUIr, Hltli dam Arr. Covington II 30a nn 6 00 p m G 53 pm Archy; fuiirtli entirely in the estimate of the expediency of tho loi'.ost sjiace admissible for each Dare tenant ing tl o maid and valuti of tbo txirty, (ilamof Contention) &bt case. f5. MoELHOY. ilamPyiuo ' WIMali, by Hup. dam Devil, sixth, Some ieople ure lucky enough to or lodger, and if tho inspector finds I'liaJlIU, br seventh less brought up the roar. Mrs. Floyd, the wife IIV KEY. I. M.1Y.SVII.I.K HH.V.NCJI. go through life without meeting with n of Governor Floyd, also came, drivinz IUH A MarLlln'a Feranaught; eighth dam (lodol-- l paco thnn that occupied, ho at once enten In fact, this wa tho general stylo phiu; ninth daui by Imp. lloblnob, tenth dam by wherein it is advisable to lie. I a complaint, and the owner and landlord is Imp Jolly Hunger, els reo' h dam by Imp. Valiant; ho. fi," Va hi at that time, nnd wo fin I tint too iople of Aiiiinitl Concert, Alomlnr Xl?lit, tiuvo always believed that the man who will obliged to reluco the uuiubor of his Dally twelfth dam by Iryell. Thus il It srn that His i fifty years ngo were quite as tenacious in re.i'iir teal a dollar is a safe mau t trust with Ex. Hun. fix. uur. blHx tsrnrlrhed from themme louuulu that was under strict penalties. A pruvi ion 31. let, S millions. He oUmatM his crime by tho jf this natura in our New York law would gard to these matters us their descenda'itu great race horse and urtatMt of Ltxlnglon, the of i.ve uivingtoa. 3 00 p ra sires, and (deticoe, lurkslilr- - unl ruaeten iincint lio steak The man who would not break up the wont dens and scatter their nigu m tuo air on equimjes mounted imiuoiw springs In the turf histories. I have put hit seritfeal " ':--fi might get awuy with $ 1,000,000, t tenants or lodgers. Tho romovul of the col- - were enregle. 8 JO a in s:. j, ra To vices at the low flKUree tu oblige my friends and de- uttempt to o o seuauej ho values tho risk by the benefit he hr populatl-ii 7 to p m from one of then swinging Regular Commencement Exercises, neighbor aud tojuitlfv breelert at a distance In Arr Mayivllls from a larao nronortion of cend good mares sending to blui, and would take a few lerives from ir. But oftor all tho chanco tholr dwellings should also bo made. Liver- conveyances was tanr.im.nint tT lann. Tuesday, Juno 2d. 8 P. M. 7. NoTSI Kb. 8l" on the shares I will alto aUud lit the tamo place nrJiziiig lifo iiisuranco Jiiybody getting away with policy, for the l,0OJ,OJO are Dally pool removed 20,000 Dally in ono frail stepsa wiggled my combined hone, C. TRIEHEART. Prlnclpul. SAl.LIE Ex. Hun Kx. Sun and turnel at ovory 'ery Might in San Frauoisoo, tor n few peo- year, to the immense gain, both moral and movement, nnd it required the skill of a ple Lava got away witu of tho millions kanltary, of tha city. New York nojds tho tactician to in. Lve Maysvllie a Cam Toor7u ascend and descend without tfreudy. Arr Paris 8 10 a m .1 15 pm reform quito ns much. There would bo no mnKing a mux pas ' Ix ngton g io a in G io pm real hardship in such a measure, ni the "How well I remember that woldln?," And tuy Norratn horse, " dvlngton fronrli "Liquid Ituinhow." 30 iu r, oojim tenants could find accommodations in other said n Virginia matron to mo n few days 1C. Vw Haven IteKlVr.1 Nome. Trains 3 and 4 are dally between Win of tho city or Ibe suburbs, and soma ago. "1 was only n child then ot 'Peyton The tlreof trotters and roalsters aud mnro (ancv Pous Catena drink of French origin, irts Chester. Lexington and Covington; other trains ball.' nnd children on tho o days woro i.ot and horsei thiaaiy other stab would, jierhap , euif;rnto to tho country. ind the uameca-no- t ns thoy now nre, promlnont fentures of such are dally except Sunday. wH b expresod in lion In Kontucky, will make the so.son of 18&5 Train No. I runt via Lexington and Paris, anJ Kgliib. so occasions, but I distinctly recollect my old r&urmllea west o'Ht.inOrd, directly on the Knoh "Pou" is from the verb ia A Milistltutu for Hate Hall. not via Winchester and Paris. black mammy putting a clean npron on mo, Lick pike, aoil will ho permitted to serve uurea a,t 'peutfter," to push or drivj out, whilo "cafe" Grass and teel furnlshe'l at reasonable rate, bu i.NorrlMtoun Herald J Direct conn, ctloni low prlco of taking m by the baud and shownr mo nil thoextrouiely norrfonslbtllty furacitdeuts should any occur. Chfaarako A Ohio are made at Winchester wllh A of course, rolfee. thjs a pous-caf- o is for Sterling. Ashland A sportiug paper contains nn article tho nice things, tion promisnu If I'd bo a a coilee-pusu20 UioKl'UHou or'JO loIiiHiirc. UCI also have fir sale 17 ycarlliu M'lles and 1G Huntington, Cbnrleston, Mt. Va and Eastern citIt u taken only after W. "Hdw to Prevent Acc.donts in tho good girl, tunt sbo'd plvo me nn ies. irnnzo tho Orasa furnished at ti per mouth. Due care will thoroighbred Calves iiuiBi uiiu iimiicumwir umws tha cotlee, Ganio of Bao Bali." This dilllculty may be the follorting dav." Think of n blld In this betaken to prevtnl aecldenta or weapesj but will 3 nna 4 run Tl Winchester, K.Ki.uPr:-v- ,u' MitittiqucnUy it boars iu relation whatever . Jl.lVUJIJl.lX, . Kolld Trains, with Pullman keeping Cars lietweet lay nnd penerntlon lolngcontonted with tho not bo reaponsihle should any occur. overcome by tlio substitution of gar etanford.JKy , ' to the American "night-capiil'tf . Cincinnati and Hlthmond, Va , and Wlncbeitet I r mU) of an orange tho day after wu.ch U taken nnu jci uescripuou a wed for baso young man who Is ami Washlngto", D. C. just baforo retiring, or u tha la.t drink of a digging garden balL Agets ding' with etar In forehead and two white feet, 10 handa never Through tlekets aud baggige checked to any I inch hlxri, llneiusno and tall, good, bony letf, light'is carousal. In concoctsn; a pousc-sa- fo ning the bates or by the I injured by rundestination raibl by . railroad. at flying out of beautiful had aud neck, excellent shoulder, bock Cimi- or Inlmlcatlon. A ym-pfour cordials are gen3rally uioii 8. F D. MOUSE, W. II. WIIITTLCSKY, another player's h'nnd, though when ho gets and loin In fid, faultless In ayintactryj and will Passenger Agent. suracoa, chartreuse, maraschino and ifiiu'iU) Herald Trav. Pass. Agent. guarantee therodoesu't live aatalllon possessod oly thiough with the gamo bo may bo induced Covington, Ky. a better disposition, and theio qualities ho luv.irl-blIslington, Ry n ono resting' distinctly udju anothoj- - to think he has A bolla In Par:s, wai exebangod backs with a man C.W.SMITH, A an tvldcnco that H. W. PUI.Li:u; Imparts to bis progeny. md the whole topped by brandy, forming a 107 years old. nrrestol for ilrunlcii!i3s In defonso sho bewill produca very last hores when crossed on 'ieneral Manager. Omi. Pra, Alt hoautiful combination and altording the U- stated Ihitshe run I that tho burnt way of good nnrea Is the fact that eome of his very a hlr Wallace dam to but lusion of a draught of liquid rainbow. J'hnto of Coloivil 1'enple. prewrvins fun from moths wat to p'.nco BURNSIDE,' ThU Chicago Tlmes.J them In nn oinpty spirit cusk. Sho ncoonl-in- ;; recommend them. comes of Itself is conclusive E. H. ouoy proof that tho speed irora ins aire. Good for tlio KyM. Colored peoplearo more successfully photopurchnwd one an I in It put her cloak. IsthoalroofNobby Jr., record 2 ?3 J, sold to V graphed, us ti rule, thnn whlto people aro, Tho Moatlmr bolng chilly, sho rtxuilrod tho (!. P.ir. ofdlilo. for 3.000. Ouoof his colts trot- - This Old and Woll - Known (Chicago Herald. JM. A Nashville girl who has hoautiful gray says nu i xiienced photographer, tho mo garment, nnd tlio alcoholic finnjt producol todlttstsciisi.n with very llttlo handling In Hasll i nent I.n ' tliut ate Hotol Still Maintains Kot,u was tired by Uarrard Chief the the ol r. " till tn I a id. r .1 i,; ir eyos occasionally makes them iippjar bluo dium mulatto making the ilnoit photograph intoxication. Sho was acquittal. te.2 28!4J MambrlnoHlpny2 32i Ued Cmik His;li in tho world. Light complexions nro hardi Si. ikJ tr Ii il i' v p.iiuiim Uarrard fhicl by Mambrlno and black by wearing bats lined with dark i 14; 1.111 Arp 2 3i; AND Chli-t- , ;N. TK5 DCV5LP ; A5CE, i d alreof Lady Thorn.U IBM; Woodford Mam. hi ii 3 velvot and eating lumps of sugar on est to take and Tho (ilrl. clothing doos brlno 2 21 U, and several others In the 230 list; 1st Its Proprietor ia Determined that not look woll in pictures. It Is impojslblo to which cologne has boon dropped. fLTLE MO"M 'U, Chlcat'o Tribjno J dam br Fniikjiddam by AriUi;3drlain by photograph a diamond, us It looks llko a iwb-cl- e rf it Shall be Second to no Country It scorns to lie ndmlttod by nil tho fnshlon-nbl- o Antl fficuso nivoi Country. 4th duruby Dlomedej Nobbjr's dam a A noveliy in Long Island farming, the or n ilth scale. Hotel in the State in its Pare, T t'.ntaryti nulhotlt oi that tho lean girl must go, ttiorouzhbred male, said to be by Imp Tranby lo WORTH Parting I I. and projent year will be the extensive cultivaAppointments, or Attensocially spunking, nnd that tho fnt girl's allcasoe. wllh mnresshallforfsit tho Insurance V. I.. VIIOW, Curl I'rotzsl's AN'oekly: DIojmJ is a tion of peanuts as an experiment. tion to Comfort of relgu has coino. Hut none of them will Stanford. Kj. DAKOTA HIIJEtLO !X man, for ho will nover bo a tuccedjful dony tlmt thoro aro about tho loan girl moro IwIilnhoaUnd a FINK YOUNU JACK that their Quests. '.sr '4 000,00" A .0. of J it. I i M u It is stated that a queen bee, during the inashor at a skatlnz rink. will he permitted toaorvc afewBood maroa at 310 jti as li o l,.w j rn of i.(i(l . ter a, r:.Uil nn. iris. good points than hor rival can show. at 7 til ot ! Ills .Link will lw3 VoarSOldthS tnlnanrn. cunojl mm trulu.li .rtiiitla-.- mailed I"! ),vir livoyearj of her oxlstouoe, lays about 1,000,- Hepteiiiber, lafully 18 hands high. Ho was sired Ill SK tire tt lit oa eon revel to and from the de .'iweloanjad'IrtjLvi; H WAUItllN. K a 8 . 0. ($0 oggs. Ires or rharnjt, Special accomnio latl ons fJijB'l Pats. Ast.it. St. Paul, alum and rf rtl 8 SllILUU'ri CAl'ARItH RKMBbV, a positive by the Jack tbit was sold by W. L. Caldell far V7IIV WILL VOU cough when hhlloh'a Cure T to Commercial Travelers. The Car nlll n uu mwen io lyamurui.i, MaaiMba R. R., Sr. Pall, Minn, ti USBtsfaa I,1W aou was Auota tiu.uuv.ouu wartu or corsata woro rill aire Immediate relief? Price 50c and 51. For cure for Catarrh, Dyphtbcrla and Canlrer Mouth, brother ol the 1,190 pound Jaekowuidimby Mr. Pay-to- u lrriji aupulicd ilth the cholcosl ,f,old in tho Uiiitod States last year. brands of Muaora and CUtrs. C. L. 0. I'or sale by Penny A McAllitcr L'mbrce. aid by Penny a iicAllstir. ixmisx&s&m Mate. I wnaangry with my friend, I tokl nty wrath, my wrath liil tmd; I wis niigry wit my foe, I told It not, my wrath did crow. ll-3l'our-lii-lliin-well-simU-o- n IHoosh-Insta- houllicrn States. Tribune ITOli curfd In SO minutes by Wolford'sBanl-tsr- y Union. Tlilt nerer ftdU- - Hold by Peony A Me A Utter, Druggists, SUnfard; nlso by M. C. A V. ti. Wllllnms, .Ml. Vernon. WB WILL BTAND OUH Ell Ht ST. At our remises i mile fii'tu WILL YOU 8rKI"BUTltliDypfislnand:LjT-c- r to Imuro m llrlng colt Complaint! Saitoh's Vltallier li gumntced to it. u. ib euro jou. For silobr Penny A McAllitcr. Tiirn-i'vil- le ?.S Kontucky's Ilouto Enst A SOLID TEAIN CITY, Olntraeit-etuphatlc- ally dcor-panel- 3B05S"3703NT! nrti-llciaw- y iur.viiiiii. GILT EDGE! TElN s, MOTHER'S FRIEND ! saw-ing- -- STEVE WALKER! M'S1: iilotherhood bed-bug- s, lien-luck- y. rt HOPE m I AbdallaliGlonco jtoy h-- bard-lookin- mi)X: I ?tSZZrX (tbor-ughbrr- Bachu-palbo- ) 1 high-toned- T. ." d"r e, s - nrt-s:Us- tlr LO. dlr0 Itoule' 1 J: raw-bono- 1 30 wed-din- "St. Mary's Mills" Stallions for 1SS5. ,! h-- ui. room 7pir ST. MARTIMf, Noiru-IlODK- com-fortab- COMMENCEMENT ' -t e Stanford Female s !', sec-ni- ij :sui . I nt four-n-han- occu-Vnn- t, to-Ja- Snuff-colore- l. Io ! NoaTU-Iloiv.i- "1- ' (1 n I cellnr-occupan- ts BoUTH-llOt'l- mmi .TOE AJIAIjJjA.JI, to inslici:. PHIL J3HERIDAN, e' r - nni-wtt- o J MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. its wl!-'.;now- s.H.-et- Propr LAST CHANCE v i Reputation, light-coloro- I.t-ni- J, 31 flftOEG -- X-oy- K ,