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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885052901 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. w4wrw . . t . , In' Kill Imtefwf Semi VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1885. OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. -- until RAIHT OR fPWk A .4 NO. 25. Alphabetique" and false economy. And here let tne say to any oco nboutto Bet out Lancaster. i on a tour long or short: stay at home if you Wm, Todd was acquitted of charge Tells Wiiat Ho Snrr In Paris En Route can't make the trip in aomfort and are Tuemtav nurl JFrtilnv of horse sUnllng Monday, there tie being ro (o Imlln. starting with tho idea of cutting a nd clipevidence to show he was the guilty man. 83.00 X231l ANNUM ping at every turn. Eich day will inAbout 25,000 jioundfl of wool hm ! ! crease the sense of griping watchfulness, AMVATH l'KAIMXO Till. LUIin. we litre to WhanpalJ itrlctlr in adTacce. II ready been bought bjr our local dealer at lest a penny should be wasted and everyvU anr time. 93.00 will to chanted. priced ranging from 12 to 20 centa per thing will soon bo looked at throujh the "PnosrEcr Point," Laxuour, N. In- pound. dia, April 20, 1S35 medium of what il will cost and then W. P. WALTON. The rainfalls of Tuesday night and Dear iNTEittoit! -- I continue to quote good bye to all enjoyment. If that plate Wednesday gladdened the hearta and re from my diary: of "Potage Alphabetique" did nothing elae MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. plenlahed the cUterni in town whfeb were PAitis.Feb. 14.1SS1. The entire party it cured us of this violent attack of stingigetting Tery low. in good health and spirits were on the ness in its incipiency, and after that guilty Managed bf J no, B. Fish. -- Her. i:. V. Zillara will deliver the alert to get nn early start after breakfaat. lunch, I think we all registered a mental U to hare a new cost The court-housof ptint on cornice, door and windows. t commencement sermon at the Christian A onrenient line of 'busses passes the vow that whatever came, bankruptcy or To b found only at- K. Nicholion hat the contract for printing church next Sunday. It will also be his door of 20, Avenue de la Grande Armte. ruin, we would not loe our relf re?pect farewell as he letve shortly for Spring-- ' A parly of 10, though, i not often ttccoia again. And after that we paid our way, at 105 We had a good soaking rain yiter-day- , field, III. modated, for the 'bn In Paris I pipular not xtrav&jantlT, but reprc'ahly and had Mrs. Kph. Joslyn was adjudged a lu-- ! arid generally goe crirde't This ptrticu a grand the Grit good rain that has fallen this time. When we came to count spring. Ererythtn, wm beoming Terr natic Monday last and was taken to the lar miming we were fa ore 1 and all got the cost we were astonished to find how -- OF dry . Meadows will be short on that ac- , Lexington Insine Asylum the same even aboard, some in and the rest ouUlde Ex- moderate the expense had been count Ottswerero looking very well. in? by her husband and Marshal Evon. hilarating indeed was the first daylight Af'er lunch we took in the Magdalena, The county court, composed of all i'g She imagined some ono wai trying to kill drive through the prettiett part of Paris stateliest of Parisian Churche, Corinthun magistrates, mrt last Monday to receive her and wai truly a pitiable eight to wit. R Minding the grand Arc de Triumphe, columned all round and a vastneaa of finish rolling down she Ciamps Elyseer; our in and out that grows tremendously on an the ehctiQ'i delinquent list, lay the county nes. Mr. M.T. Warne, of Ewton, Pa, ar-e- d. three great Norman grays abreast and observer as he continues to inspect levy. About 300 delinquents were return- it. The county levy wai fixed at $2 on rived here last week with five Hambleton-th- e whirling the huge vehicle along at a swingThen we etruck across to the Seine and . As It 1b notour habit to keep goods Id the store to look at, we have marked Lead and 23 cents on the hundred dol- - ian colts to put on Kentucky ing trot, debouching in a j of a mile on boarded jne of the river ateamera bound pilceon them to their going out with lars woith of jroperty. Some of the mag- - He hai purchased at good prices since his the Plice de la Concorde, with its colossal up. Disembarking opposite the Bastille, 4 intra tea were for miking it 3) cents on the arrival five horses and one pair work mules statuary, and the Egyptian obelisk right on we took a look at the iron co lumn, erected his the spot where the guillotine of Revolu- on which he will take back with him, on $100 worth of property. tne spot where generati ons of horror j-Qoins, of Liurel county, a candl return to Pennsylvania. tionary times ran red with patrician blood. unspeakable sent up their Buffering cries, date for the Legislature from Lautel and j License wax issued last Saturday for I never pan the spot without a pitying to heaven and tyrannical power imprisoned Kxkciattt counties, wai in town lait Mon- - (he marriage of Mr J. F. Sayler, of John-da- y thought of its most beautiful and illustri- helplessness at its own unrighteous will La J le' and Mtssea' Silk, Lisle and Cottcn GloTes at Sc, Kc, lSe, 20c, 23c and 33c, which la Just one-h- alf value. We hare the cheapen Hati In Kentucky for Ladles, Gentlemen, Boya and O Iris. Aatr and made a speech ( about an hour ,on county, to Miss Docie McKinnon. of ous victim, the fair Marie Antoniette, and and grand lives were sighed away in hope half and Judging from his talk be haa thj, connly, the ceremony to take place at pictured her frightened face as the roar of less loneliness behind iron bars less hard lot of the Ladles' Favorite Cartwheel Hats Just opened, besides doreosof styles and ahapea firfrlrla. and a " and Boys, and the pitiless mob greeted her arrival on the than the hearta that wreaked their hateful no doubt about his "Groin," He is op- - the home of the bride on Wednesday. to the high salaries paid to officers of cense was also issued to Mr. Woodson Mur-th- e fatal spot, and she took her last look of the vengence thus. All praise to the rough mountain counties, and says that if the ' phy, of Madisoo, aged 55, and Mi's Luella palace of the Tuilleriei, where as a bride hands that swept the vile prison from the b'tu gra a want to pay high salaries to her Humphrey, of this county, aged 10. This the had entered in triumph, and as wife face of the earth and all honor to the and queen ehe had been the centre of the hearts of those who decreed it should never officers that is all right became she can elTort. a the groomV second matrimonial afford it. He said that a magistrate should j We were informed the other day by most brilliant society circle in Europe. be rebuilt. A golden angel with wings If jou want a Hat lor a Lady or Gentleman, Girl or Boy and want tonre a good deal of money, eeaaa and aee,our flrat Job Lot Men's and Boya' Fur Derby ilata at 23c, worth tl. New Jersey, only be allowed 50 cenU per .day and a Mmtl wei.posted farmer that not over How it must have enhanced the bitterness outspread, the torch of truth and liberty nice qualities, low prices. We hare aecurod another lot of the Celebrated Windham membir of the legislature $125 at h fi pcrcent. 0f the usual whot crop n of death to die in full view of her own in one hand and a broken chain in the othThread, warranted equal to Clark'j and will work on any Machine; the ouUlde. And that it it all foolishness seen M,M(1 ,n Gmarj lhU two ipooll for Sc. Constantly on hand, an JW About palace, as its grandeur, mockedthroughagony er, fitly crowns the noble column that her about board coittng so high an 1 If h- - goes ow bushels were saved last year and vista of stately trees, marks the dreadful rpot. Here we all to Frankfort he will do his own cooking ,, 1RWwih,,.,.i. ., tHrMh,! thl uon more ruthlessly than the yells of the stony took 'bua ajaln and rode quite home al and live on not exceeding 59 cnts pr dav it will fully come up to the expectations hearted rlebian crowd thirsting for her most across the entire width of the beauti" ful city. We dined t 7 and I declined now. With the exception of some good blood. McKINNEU LINCOLN COUNTY. and goinc out again. Through the Place de la Concorde But the indomitable standi on the farms of Col. J. H. Bruce, Mr El. T. Young, whote home bjrn-e- d At Prices Beyond all Competition. Jo.S. Robinson and R. D. Billard, the up the Rue de RIvoli, thought by some the young ones insisted on seeing Paris by gaa a few weeks ago, his purchased the wheit will scircely be worth the expense handsomest street in Europe, till we came light, which they did from the top of anproperty n( Mr. D. S. Jooei and will here-- of harveatlng and threahing. opposite the Louvre. We determined to other 'bus in a long ride to and fro. Tnen WE IWITEALLTO CALL, WHETHER BUYERS OR NOT. after reiide in town. make eure of the famous picture gallery, we went to bed. Didn't e sleet? Let Rev. W. O. Goodloe and Mr. W. II. We sell for CASH, ONLY, cd make no deviation from this rule to any one. spue to Kus- Mr. Will McKin . eo the greater these answer who know the weariness of Awembly whatever elee we missed and Mr. Km Wherritt attended the Oeneral sell Spring for hi helth. part of our first day we spent in the be- of the first day's happy rcaminga in the of the Presbyterian churches of the United & . f"r the put OeortN wh) hat bjen eer wildering maxea devoted to art exhibitions, most fafcinating city on the planet. Our States at Cincinnati lait week. Misi Lula week, is slowly recovering. Mr. F. M and painting, little portre'a etill knitting as ahe waited to until our heads fairly reeled, Chaires left for Dinville, her future home, Leaders and Promoters of Popular Low Prices for all tho People, Ware haa gone to Louisville. eculpture andMinevah remains were blend- admit u at a late hour, but in the inexMine Lizzie and Fannie Wednesday. of D. S Jones II. C. Jones, of the firm heap of confusion and dim, cha- haustible politeness of a French woman; Iluflnian art visiting relatives near Gosh. ed in one KENTUCKY- h Sons, has returned from Cncinnatl,where en, this county. CongreMuian McCreary otic impresion. But we enjoyed it huge- displaying no signs of weariness, but emil-in- e he purchased an elegant line of Dry Goods, ly, though I doubt if any one of the parly us eff to our rooms with a cheery "bon was in Ltncaa'er thii week shaking hands lloair. Bho. Groceries. Ac Their line of could have given a coherent account of aoir, Mes'ieur." as she lit our candies at her with his many friends. Misi Georgie TTIOK SALE.- - A small Farm, veil located, Rood good la the moit complete ever brought to anything thev saw an hour after we emerg- own. land; from IW to 130 Acies. call on j. a. Murphy, Stanford, Ey. to be continued in our. next aririn. -- n.t ..vii.a will An w!l Iit call- - ' Brown, of Ml. Vernon, Is vUiting Mrsrk, ed from the shadow of the stately edifice. Thompson near town Judge RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E for ingto.ee them. W. A. Flint, the polite Letter from Greensbura, Kansas. hol,,1D this We did not forgive the Communists corl at J-- t this firm. is now connected with A favorite nirer!rtlnn of nn "nf treating us to a blank space and a huge Writing from Greensburg, Kansas, to the ' WMk most uoieu anu succcmui specialists in tneu.tk. A nuiet but elegant wedding occurred" , , retired; for tne euro of AcrroimDtMMO pile of bricks and stone instead of the ex- IsTEiuon Jot'BNAL, Mies Lula M. Bdw- jOt 31anT)ooit,lf e amean and lteeay. Sent -teituin in old Garrard will at the realdenc. of Mr. G. S. McKinney, 1 . InplalnaealedenvelopoVee. DrugglsttcanBim, palace of the Tuilleriea they burn- man, eays alter aeicriDtug ner rauroaa they learn the glad tiding, that quisite wb Addreu DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Nov contract-- , ! from her. on Wednesday, the ed down. The Louvre forms three sides of journey to Kinsley, Kansas: ''With a par.' -- PiyioUISVIttt Ntw3l8lHYCHICACOftT(tS- the being Mr. Bowman Smith and the engine hou.e, In the centra .of ing parlies a quadrangle, and the Toilleries once spanO r we took a hack for this place. of T, m.r. lie square is to be amoved. Such is the ned the fourth side, now open and unoccu ty eleven i. r.iri... Had a delightful j urney over what is callThrough Coaches and Pullman The county court has given a lot on .:-- .! .. .n ,!. nf .).. brl.!. Rev. John pied save by the Elder Nap oleon'a first arch ed the smd hills. Many interesting things Sloeping Cars a loca becom ' the w.il n le of the court house as Salle., of XeUo county. She wa. and an unsightly clump of hid- were teen, such as prairie chickens, jack Fro m the grand, mighty and imposing of Triumph ingly attired in a traveling coitume and tion and eous one story offices, put up for the temporbbits, gophers and antelopes. They structure will soon be submitted to the inthe groom in the conventioned bUok use of the postal department, huddled were very interesting to us as we had noth- Louisville to Chicago, of having to look up to something rary Among thoje present were Mr John Giode dignity one corner of the old palace site. ing of that kind in old Kentucky. We Cincinnati to Chicago, larger than itself. Aa a thin? of beauty it in and wife, J, J. McKinney and wife, Sim Through the centre of the little arch cf reached Greeniburg about 1 o'clock p. m. a ditmal failure, and no one was a Indianapolis to Chicago. Owen, and wife, William George and wife, wis Triumph, over the Obelisk in the Place de and after remaining at the Fritchard friend to It, situated aa it was, in the cenMasters in McKinney and wife, Dr Hock- la Concorde and to the centre of the great House a few days moved in our new home. tre of town, where it received the slighting GENTTIZrrS C3WGINAI. er and family, Mtmi W. A. Flint, Will Arc de Triumphe at the head of the Ureensburg ta situated in a) fine a country xirr;v- - -- : 3302113 THROUGH TIME TABLE and abusive remarks of all who came to McKinney, Fur. Mine Hinaa FIr, Champ Elyseec ought to be an exact as I would wish to see. The country is Lancaster. The uppjr etory is used as a Yin LouliTllle: . jiri'ttlc. Ininir'n 1 In IMS by Ralle and "Dirlin;" Joies Mm John Sal-Ic- e, straight line, but by some strange blunder very new. One year ago the first of this . . Wnr-tu- n ,Oi".TL"?-,'I !, i A I ' h a and fen re are entertain police court-roo- m . , r. 7 a m I W iu p m of Nelson county, Mm and Mrs Smith, Napoleon, Emperor, month not a hou'e as to be seen within LTe. Louisville It 1. fnilniniaiid '111 of it will put the po- it is not and Louis " i iirm oS ed that the removal I .1 30 O Id 3 a IU Arr. l.nflTDttp expended elk-h-t of Lexington. The guests were Invited Into ... S '.'0 i m 3 00 a ra t r'" '.tnHfe ' ' - Ik Hi-- ill rmlwlyrof. tuile, but now Greensburg itself " CuImjo .. inconvenience to find a spent many thousand francs and mI Hcnilchra elejant repast lice court to some sittings. r iiouaiWra'!i.iJi of architectural skill in cnnutiiH 150 houeei, three liyery and feed the dining room, where tn - iTnlI. pinln (' r! . ll.e Ej. A shout of much ingenuity suitable piece for its Via Cincinnati.- t llrir.iye nf Itnttntlott. i w served, after which Mr. and Mrs. Smith lovely palace in order to hide stable, 12 hotels, or if you please boarding thanksgiving will go up when the work of finishing his I.I N ,I'll .". II. 1 nii.:V.lr..H ' Prop nii(lMm Cincln-cinna- ti, s P ni 3U a m 1 fJ UncliiiMtl Mtr..rinrliiiiul.took the 12 10 train for Lixlngton, the defection. It ii said he succeeded, but houses, a bat.k U cow being erected, but Lve. Inillanaiolli ., ,'W I' i -' 13 removal is begun. Indmoapolli and Frankfort. The . 8 20 J ml C 5i a Pi now that the palace is gone, the eye ia of- the best of all is the bating rink, which is Arr. Chicago. TO HAVc Ht.lTH THZ LIVER MUST EE XCPI IN 0RMJCRELIGIOUS. were elegant and numerous. fDally except Kunilay. The plains are fended with the 'out of plumb" that the at preent in full blast "Dally glance detects at once. dug outa literally covered with cabins and WILUAMSBURO. WHITLEY COUNTY The converts of the Junction City meet least mechanical Bo tttre your tickets read via the We took a very frugal lunch at Duvai'd and the land is all taken up for miles ing now number 51, which Is 4 more than Ky., Miee Stella Stoilt, of Buffalo, fairly ssrved and moderaround; the pcil is of a aandy nature but MONON double the original membership of that where tourista get t it visiting her sister, Mrs. Is. A. Richard- - church. ately charged. We started out with strin- not enough to hurt Lse t winter Greens (L. N. A. A C. U'y) as It Is the quickest, the beat and most direct line to Chtca go and points to be very "economical," burg was made up of young bachelors that A unanimous call to the pastorate has gent resolutions In t lie Northwest. Rev. Mr. DivU U ho'din a series of thla restaurant began our system of came to take claims, but now at the socials, Tickets Tia tho Mouon r.sut3 on sale a t all princhurch, been extended to Rev. Fred D. Hale, of and at aticceaeful meetingt at the Baptist ordering the cheap- balls and skating rinks, there are as many cipal ticket otltces. For ratei, maps and lull InLouisville, by the Baptist church of Rub moderation by stupidly formation, address About Id additions up to preent, and find on the bill of fare. young maidens as bachelors. The people est soup we could WM. S. BALDWIN, O. P. A., Chicago. ecllvilie. crowing. A.J.O'REILLV, G. 6. A., Louisville. and we are sure we will Caarley instated on having something comare very sociable The dedication of the new Christian G. W. Chambers is in Virginia fortable and gave an independent order. like our new home. The Inteiuoi; Jour d Iibh been mall contracts for Divis, Moore & church at Campbellsvlllo Lebanon Whereat we.glowered at him a&vagely.which nal comes regularly and we appreciate it tth Sunday. licDotif rLlT.rCillalii(linicinitllbrTrMcoo-dl'- l until the DjllxpiU, CoBitlptUon, IlIllolurtM Ttr, Co. J. H. Davis is in Central Kentucky he didn't mind a bit. I think on retromore than ever. Jinnl .tMlMhe.lUUru.ltneaiuiUigi.ctc. it rtfttlai Standard. Itit bow li. imrt It. tti blaod. anil atrantlht n th aratacv on business connected with hi mall routes. spection he was the oaly eeusible tourist in Inl.i.lolM.llUlM mulCIM. Thousand J ol TtUtnw Central University. A Sunday School will be organized & Green Wj prji. ill m.r.i. " )oullircul lc. . It is reported that Richardson wrong. Memphis, Tenn., Nov. 11, 1831. To the Editor of The Interior Journal. at Row- that party of ten. Bat 1 may ds Sunday at the Bchool-housare eoon to commence the erection of a next I bare tried BradQeld's Female Regulator, and ordered "Potage However we vlrtuouslv The following is the programme of the find splendid, aud all you claim for It. for the land at 3 r. M. and at 1 Rsy. F. 8. Pollltt It new boom above WiUUmiburg Alphabetique" all round. Cost 25 centimes exerci'esof Central University. Itesrectfully, Mattik A. Lowe. will preach at the tame place. purpose of storing logs for all those who It ha'penny" or a "nickel." 1. 8tturday, June Gth, final examinaRev. G. T. Gould, the renegade Meth- or "tuppence wish to engage In the timber trade. Due West, 8 C, Nov. 17, 1S31. might truthfully call a tions clo'f. odist preacher whowaa recently divorced was what one I bare used one bottle of your Femaie Regular whah from his wife, wa married a few days ago "thin bodied" soup, indeed next to no o Rnnrlnr. June Gth. at 11 A. M . Bicca Biblical chestnut; "Bredderen, and can recommend It to the public as being a apt de moi' prominently to Miss Texie Head, of Texas, whom he body at all. Tne object was aimply to laureate sermon by Rev. Henry M. 8cud-de- clflcfor the diseases of women.' w--a de rolored folks dinner time. I UxsTKa Sjiiiii Yours truly, D. D., of Elizville, Ky mentioned In do Bible?" loved and courted during his first marri- "stay our fltomachs",tlll ' Smltbland, Texas, 'Nov. II, 1S31. with thle "Zaohariah, sah." 3 At S r M sermon before the Y M. C They are now in New Mexico, where think we only distended them age. It was well A. by Rev. CharleB R Hemphill, of Columalphabetical compound. I hare been taking your Female Regulator aui "Whafo? Whafo' you make dat Gould is tryiag to start a new denominathink It u great medicine. Hare recommended I named. It waa only the "firat pricciplea" bia, B.C. ob depropoaitior,7" tion, with a7ery bread creed. to seTtral ol my friends, who Iuts uiel It with of eouporan A. B.C. broth. It was not "Kase ho cluni a tree. He mus' have 4 Tuesday, J one 1Kb, at 3 p. M., meetmost happy results. day I F. M. Wiiatiev. 'been a coon." Gen. Grant seems strong and free from dear at 25 centimes. But to this ing of the Board nf Curators and Trustees. Yours truly, is about finblush for the shock we must haye given 6 At 8 p. M , addrets before the Literary Woitervllle, Texas, Nor. 11, 1S31. (1EO.U. TUA.YEB, of Bonrln, pain, nia work on hla book TUP. REV. walling glrla, when Societies by Hon. Arthur SI. Rutledge, of Hailngiucd your Female Regulator with great Ind.,!ji: "Both wjielf ana - wife owe our Uvea ished, and he expects to go to Saratoga in the proprietor and the FACTS RECARDIKC foreign-er- a ' For laic by fen intelligent-lookinucces.4, and also the Mother'a Frlaud with the to Shlloh's Cotuumptlon CureLouitville, about three week. He le far from being a ten well dressed, Bala's lifiaTcnli result, I send you my thanks and best wish. i RaEk ny A McAlUter. entered the handsome establiahment 6 Wednesday, June 10th, at 4 P. M, aamo dead man. es. I think every leuiala should know of thla McllOIICUTS Ai STAGO, an'' cnrHi tho Ell OOD. retrulato Postmaster General has awarded and had the cheek to order a "Potage meeting of the Aluuini Association. The it boon to woman, namely: Uradnelil's Female Reguand KIDNCYB. aim it.;Ton tub i.. without blushlnj. In thinkho are alwo)i looking after the to the American Bank Note Company, of llio DniBglitJ, VICOn of VOUTHI 111 nil tt.ow 7. At S p. M , final celebration of the lator and the Mother'a I'rlend. Jiit.. rtfiiDlrt'iKan'riiil'ian'i nucicii iuni.. iuten.t of their ciiitompr, liato now ecurwt tli New York, the contract for furni thing ing of Cnarley afierwuds they must have Literary oocleties and oratorical contest. Respecttully, Mrs. James TuoursoK. f. tale of Vs. lloianko'i Cough nn J Lung Sj rup, a oi S.r tin Uc . tta me Is niartext '"...' r7."i ..... .Tun 1. 1, mil riiiillt. llonpt. for the next four year, at taken him for the only "gent" of the par8 Thuwdav, June 1 tth, commencement Linton, Oa Nor. 10, ISit. nun that never fall to eur i.oUU, l'aln In tin postage stamps mid in rvi mi Hi' m w Tom,'. Enltvctu bill (I exerct'M economical I have been usIngyourFemaleRegdlatorforsome !.."...i.f.i .,l m ,n. i llrjn 1'i.nri'. C if, nud'ull tunc AlKctloni. For rroof CougUt, S101 510.82 per annum for ordinary slauips, tr Bu: we piid our .rum ull jy giving aptce to this announcement time with the best of results, and tied It to be Just . p5bpc! Williiti.iminMiiLX complaints Itczulir ilta W cent which will be printed entirely by eteam, blueheJ when I did it, but lelt a siirqi trv a frt i.imnlo Lotll- Minimum the many friends what you ilalui for It woman's but fr(eod. and $1.00 DIl. IIAKTKR'a lixOU IONIC a i..u ami l dT of returnlnRBoli respect when I gave you will grotly oblige and other glow and $2 4 12.97 for peitogo due rum. It Hi';) Ct 1 I it ir mm ncaiiii vuii'Yiii Mrs. W. L. Rkatbs. IUspcctlully, University who ara readera of .tlm., lit I't iiiu taiwu rrtiA fW.'nrTitti . TltY XV YOUllSlLLr1, our waiteta a tip out of all prj;3rtion with of Central of etamp; making a total of $103,-059WsSSErr .lV?"'.WtLV.."'."" ','I'"A1. . puihtlng Ij not .n chewing the retreated in Rood your valuable paper and also, Yours Very Th9 proeforthe . Hi vvmi.vil'...h. ... r . I. We are coustantly.reoelvlng iuch roluntary tesper annum. This U a raving over the viand consumed, i iiriiiuPK i rt.lrt I..!t!l ii in k. H. Blasios, h'ring, hut In hiring ou opportunity to try the Obkjwaj. ab BtT went Truly, Co not csporTtiiut-Ki'ti- h8 the last contractu! 3 cents per thousand order and I am happy to aiy never Chancellor: timony.lor our Treatise on the Dlteases of Women, Mcltnhetls & Stajf.tli. PruggUtt, ai jwr e?iruui iJ!'t.4. tiivJir Send Ctugtiauil and as four billions of atampa are used back there to lunch. Duval' on the Rue mi .traww tmdFtful tutmntloalte. In?" ft fr trial lottleof Dr. UotiuUo's Fullbl Victoria was GO years of flge mailed free. Address associated here. Queen one who l afflicted yearly, the item will amount to a great de Rivoli will always be T.ungSjruphrMvehnniliTery for BxErw. On. HAnTtns ifciI Tomo .3 FFRv(Mne- BaAoriELD RtafOATOB Co.. Atlanta, Ga. Sunday. nnworun Awn DS'Lrna with Cougln, Cold, Aithma, Ccniumptlon or any deal. aftet with the wretched memory of "Potage tbUhvJ ... GEO. 0. BARNES ALWAYS BUSY SHIFJS A Few Specialties from Recent New York ! Auction Sales, The Great Bargain Store S. L. POWERS & CO. In-t- blue-grass- Djc. A Rush within the RIext Few Days. ( At Prices a Mere Trifle Compared with Those Asked Elsewhere. Stz-Co- j Elegant JLinc of Dry Goods, Clothiug, Boots , Shoes, $rc, 1 h. S. Ia. POWERS STANFORD, CO., r '7 ? t.ry Or,-cle- JfaR m FREE! tr e, ,. pub-mi-i- G. f f. -- I I 1 I i.iw;.y:ENT. r'l mi 11 1 .('t "' 111 ! , - I - ROUTE, W eub-letin- g pout-pone- Living Witnesses Testify. OWDiIMT(e)!Ja e r, h I rem-ul- y i 1 it 01 ...... 1 fSI .r V- . Lung Afftctlou. 7-- J-.- ..... --A, NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Shi-BeeliliiInteriorIonnl dtojoford, Ky May 29, 1885 W. P. WALTON. "With those who try their utmost to pay y we have the greatest the dais who even if they fail, but cmn pay and will not we would like to try ihiadcwof Mexican law upon. In Mexico 5 creditor can have a debtor fen the day the debt falls due. The prisoner i chained to a post five davB, guarded by an officer. At the end of the time, if tho money is not forthcoming, the manV labor is sold to the Government for 4 0 cents a day for ns many days as will be necessary to dihargo the obligation. The miserable debtor is sent to the silver mines, where he is chained to a gang of felons and lie compelled to work underground, leepB underground, and never sees daylight again until he is restored to free-Bo- their just debts sym-path- Robt. S. Lyons, of Anderson county, is dead. B. F. Perry has been appointed Pes!- master at Owinsvillt, Ky. Miss Mary Goodpaster destroyed her life at Owingsville Monday evening. The Railroad (7attttreports 451 miles of track laid thus far during the current year. Governor Knott will address the grad uating class of Logan female College on June 31. More than one third of the papulation of Washington is colored. The total is 263,459. It is said that Capt. Tom Bell, of Har- rodsburg, is to be appointed Assistant At- ! torney General. The Postmaster General decides that the offensive partisans must go first and the carelesfs officials next. part of this week. ico tlwro wero 5,000 houo, vnluo I nt A cowardly assassin fired at James B. Wagons, of which tho church owned more The excellent wife of ex Judge Bar-net- t, Bond Jour-nStears, local editor of the Jessamine f. Domes rowj In every block, who has been seriously ill for a long thn.ii Cart's, &c. tho cross win lifted UKn overy hand. Tho barely missing his head. time, Is recovering. Mr. Abo Whltson has Powhatan Pete, a notorious thief, was been to Cincinnati to consult a physician annual ineunio of tho church In tho City of Mexico WHS SA),000,000, whilo that of the taken from the jail at Browsville, Tenn., about his eyesight which is seriously affect- republic was only $lS,000,0jO. Tho clorgy Monday, by citizens and hanged, in mo cuj- - oi inooia noia mortgagee on ed, but obtained no relief. Some doctor having remarked that a farms, in that stnto nlono, to tho nnioimt of Randolph Tucker, at Alex-andrilion. J. The Christian church here has ciiered $40,000,000. Uctwoon l'uobla and Apizaoo, person who keeps his head clean rrrely Va , qualified as guardian of the to employ Elder Shearin to preach for that n, dist.inctt of thirty mlliw, uoro 191 churches, Col. Polk ruffera from contagious diseases, Goods are all Strictly First-Clas- s, children of the late President Garfield. congregation once a month. It is expected and the vnlloy of l'uebhi imml'Oi-w- l ;V one These from the Best Johnson, of the Louisville Timet, whose Jerry Taylor and Wes Hicks, colored, that he will remove to this place with his for each day in tho year. bead is as bald as a billiard cue, congratuThe grand onttiolrnl stand upi tho alto Manufactories, were taken from the Simpson county jail family as soon as he can get a bouse to of tho Aztec Teocnlllj ltcoen n spaco of lates himself en the law of compensation and hung for burning a residence and live in. He will also evangelizo in this 4M by 500 feet, nnd Its high altar, hich Is and for the nonce bears with christian forIn tho centor of tho oJiflco, ii nbovo tbe spot barn. and another county. titude tho slings and arrows of outrageous oneo occupied by tho s.aorlucInl itouo. Tlis Wm. Riley cut the throat of his to arrange choir U oiio tunas of olabornto carving; exThe committee appointed joker. The Col. is compelled to wash his AND girl, Bertie, and then cut his for a county Sunday School Convention, tending around It, and lending to tho high head every time he does his face or leave own throat, near Rushville, Ind., Monday nltnr, probably 2X) feot, U a millng of lummet last Monday and set the time for hold-in- bago, a black streak and if his caput is not clean night. mnuufacturod in China, nod weighing the convention on Friday and Saturday tuenty-si- x it is because Ohio river water and Ivory tons. It is it brassy-lookin- g A reward of $1,000 is offered for the inouu, composed, roip won't combine as a detergent. May arrest of the persons who attempted to blow July 24th and 25th, and arranged a pro alloy of copper, or gold, sllvur, and n miuuI but ouiitninlug so much -his old bald bead remain erect for a cen- up the Rio Grande passenger train near gramme, but nave not yctuetermtnedupon gold that nil olfor has boon nimlo to roplaco the place of meeting, whether it shall be to come. tury WITH A OIUBA.NIKK, it uuu puro stiver, and give many thousand Denver. at Somerset or at some other point in the lollan in addition. Tho altar itself, placed Mr. John L. Bosley, late of this counThe Misses Carpenter, of Philadelphia, county. upon a marble U platform, of ty, is now in entire control of the Winche- were rooDetl ot ?i,uw. me tniei leu wrought and polishoi silver, and tho A party of low men and women gath wbolo surmounted by a. small templo, ster Sun, his partner, Mr. "W. B. Nichols, them their jewels, valued at several thousered at a houss below the depot last Mon- in which formorly rested the llguru having retired. Since his connection with and dollar;. day night and had quite a carousal in of tho Virgin of rtemodioe, who wm dretl Wo Iluy for CASH hiiiI PropoNe o Give oitrCtiMomerH tli lieu- 0 the paper Mr. Bosley has shown decided The New York World has raised drinking, quarreling and fighting, and one in three potticoatc ono embroidered with ciit of our DIkcoiiiiIh. ability for editorial work and he is making by small subscriptions toward the nepearls, another with emeralds, and a third woman was struck with a beer glass and with diamond, the value of-- uhlch was the Sun one of the brightest and newsiest of cessary $100,000 for the pedestal of Liberwas the only one of the party arrested. over $3,000,000. This was only one part of our exchanges. We hope that he will ty Enlightening the World. The neighborhooJ was greatly annoyed as ono church in Mexico, nnd that said not to never know irom experience that the George Stuart and four other Morrevolvers made things noisy nearly all boI tho richest. dropped into tho Micriity one day, auJ nt subscriber is the only true speci- mons, for polygamous practices, were each the night. found two or three jwdres Indulging in n Will Guarantee to Save you from 10 to 25 Per Cent, on every Vehicle Give men of total depravity. fined 5309 and given four months' imprisus a Call. A change is about to take place in the quiet chat after mavs. They jwlitely volun onment by an Idaho court. The appointment of Mr. Bishop, who was affairs of the Somerset RepuUican and W. teered toxuow ma Uio rnagniftaiit wtof Barrett'd large elephant, Emperor, vestments worked for the cathedral by com one of the promoters of the O. Thomas will retire from the paper. Mr. mand or Isabella or apaliL lliey art) of Cincinnati, has had the fell from a gang plank leading to a car, at Thomas thinks of returning to Ohio to ento be Collector at bicmstod with genu, anil wita Liberty, Mo., and received injuries from eame effect on Johnny McLean that shakter journalism. Tbe Republican will proba jvassages of holy writ, so exquisitely worked which he died in a few hour?, ing a red rag does en a bull, and he bly go into the hands of a joint stook com- in silk that it required tho closest iupoctiou for my woman' oyos to dlneovsr trncoj of Victor Hugo leaves half his fortune of through his Washington correspondent, pany and Mr. Lewis is expected to take tho needle. Tne?o gorgeous vestments are 4,000,000 frances to his insane daughter, umjIom for practical pouring out the vials of his wrath on the charge of the editorial and business manurpoio, being so and executors to heavy that no man of ordinary Jiuumioin President's head. He is accused of trying and requests his heirs agement, could sustain their onormous weight, during join in building a lunatic asylum. to break up the democratic party, as if that The wife of our County Clerk, Mr. mats, or oven long enough to proiiounco the Annie, wife of John L. Sullivan, peti of Johnny, whose politiwas any concern John Mays, has been a sufferer for more benediction. tions the Boston courts for a divorce on Tho cathedral of PuebKia.Uia best specical opinions are always for sale to the highthan a year with consumption and has the ground of her husband's excessive cru men of architecture I baro toon in Mexico. been confined to her bed almost continu est bidden The material is blue basalt, and the mas elty and confirmed habits of intoxication ously for that period, seems to be growing slve buttresses and lofty tower-- J without, the comes Good news to the The Supreme Lodge of Knights of I hir rrlTcl nj mil rrolflof from tho President by the way of Senator Honor have issued instructions to proceed weaker for the last ten days and her death noblo nrchos nnd nrtlitio pillan withilvo n uigiiuy nnn tommy ouen lacKlii A Voorheej. In an interview with him Mr. at once to prosecute CjI. R. J. Breckin- is expected at any moment. Mr. May end favorite legend telN u thnt whlb in proc Cleveland stated that he intended to fill ridge and his bondsmen for alleged short- his family have the warmest sympathies of of building, this cathedral gulnel inynteri the community. oudy la height during the night exactly ai every office with democrats and that the age in his accounts as treasurer. dur Mrs. Slessinger, of Cincinnati, mother much as the masons hud ucoompli-dieCOMprklBx thr ia the warltt, which will U only delay now would simply be that which President Wright, of the Louisville was the day. of John Slessinger, of this place, is here on ing two angels This en meraid to h the wrl wasabjolutely necessary to secure good Exposition, who has just returned from who of down from lwiveu, Cotton Up in Stylo and Make Second to Nono in City or Country. ir men to put in the places. There is to be New Orleans, says there will be a large a visit. Miss Laura Rankin, of Garrard aud wrought with golden tnu-atheir bandB, hence tfee city aoqulrud ttu (Jive Me a Trial. a general change, and the bulk of these and attractive display from every depart- county, sister of our clever townsman, W. nnnu of "Pueblu tie loi AngclcV (tbo Clt) B. Rankin, is here visiting Mrs. W. C. changes will come very soon after the be ment of the World's Exposition of the Angelxi Murphy and will probably remain during Here, the gnrnt altar alToriLi tbe llixxt dis'ginning of the fiscal year. The Secretary of the" Navy has disthe summer to regain her health. Col. T play of Mexican marbles ill tho rejiublfc The Postmaster General has begun to covered that $900,000 has been spent in the Z. Morrow will be one of the speakers at and beneath it is tho rcpulrher of Uio bishTIIE XJE1V GKOUKKY AXl) IIAHDWAUE HOUSE OF turn the rascals out in earnest in Virginia. past thirteen years for repairing the Mohi- the decoration llsforo tho revolution there de Louisville next Saturday. op', at SS Mahone post- can, a when a new iwixled from the centor of the rait dora war vessel, "Wednesday he relieved Every mechanic in town has employ- nn enormous chandelier a nias of gold masters and put go od democrats in their one of the same size could b built for ment on the buildinzs now in course of nnd silver weighing tons; one ma places and ha is going to keep up the good $250,000. construction and there is demand for more. imngiuo its value from tho fact that toe coal Miss Davis, the daughter of a respecwork till the last s on of them goes. Of all of cleaning it nlono amounted to 1,000. The foundation for the large k block, to lloro tho candelabra were of cold, an J so table farmer, living near Morristown, kt offensively partisan be erected by Waddle & Hicks, is almost pondorous that a strong mnii could not lift Mahone's striken tike tho levl and it is Tenn., was caught in a atjrm on tbe highready for tbe brick work, Mrs J.S. Kin-dric- them; tho valuoof tho jowels was of blttoric way, and the wind blew a rail from a fence well that their day i pist. WeuM iLdly uk jwirsttettlon to the that thy bar just rfturnsM trow the cltl with llf is building a neat little cottage on notoriety, nnd nn imago cf the Virgin bat'tod a zone of diamonds valued at several yards distant, which, striking fnih anJ well stlKtrd stock cf CHOK R Adiiunken father at Springfield, Mas her on the heal, produced instant death. her lot on Mt. Vernon avenue. The new Tho cathodral of Santa Guadalupe Is the fschnsetts, ordered his son to shoot at a hotel building of H. H. Briokley, now beA prominent clerk of the Treasury, cap he held on his head. The youth fired ing erected on the site of tbe old Ingram mot famous In Mexico, and wasonoo the who has been there since 1SG3, and does richest nnd nloit vcneratoJ sbrlno; but tho sway and striking the old man in the forehouse, will be completed within about two grand old Indian provident, K.'iiito Juarez, In rnJIdi Tarietjr. dainty In quality and utlifietory In prkta; tbls w sniraat. Oar aim shall tx not expect to remain, is honest enough to at all tliiin to supidy tretj want in our Hot. head tore out what little brains were inside Mr. Briokley proposes to move confiscated most of its gold aud silver ornadeclare, though a republican, that the de mon'hs. ments, nnd coined them Into money, to carry This is a true story; that about his skull. partment clerical work was never as well his family to town in a few days. on his war against tho church iarty. Even 'William Tell, the boy and apple has loog There is quite a number of old newstho frame ot solid gold which surrounaod Consists ottho Standard Ilranda of Europe an J America. Our larc line of done as at present. He says emphatically Cooktcg terra Include tiBce been proved a fabrication. that Judge Durham, the First Controller, paper men in Somerset. Prof. Borden was the patron saint was taken, Lut this was thejuitly celebrated "Oreat Western Itesfrre" nnd many other family latorltes. Our China, (Slats Tho altar railing, and Queentwire stock consists In part of Table, Tea and Chaml-ea former editor of the Little Rock Gazette, afterward returned. Dr. Dittoe, of the Newport Journal, is the best incumbent of that office he has weighing tons, i of solid silver. This nlone, andetched. In the way of IlreadstuQa w name Buckwheat Hour, tela complete, OlaMwar richly cut tbe quetnol all tribe. Our tele, known. He has no "yiews" or "opin- Capt. Sam Boone, now of tbe Telegraph of all tho humrtuoui church fixture, was brated Patent -- fi. M." Flour, urlrallcd for cake and dan old woman, have gone in partne paitry, while nice and Hotclny, our own ratrl-oti- c t. the special treatment of bone ions" to give or render, as Judge Lawrence was formerly of the Winchester Piw; W. spared by tho Liberal. producti, arrayed as faithful adjuncts All tbedellraclesln Foreign and Domestic Confections are here. Tin, Stone, Wooden and Wlllowware, l.leclrlc Larui, Stationery. Canned Meats and Frulta Their sign reads, "Cured felons here," and he always seems to see the equity in B. Hansford, formerly of the Somerset A Coon Trap and n Tree. Citizen; J. C. Owen, W. C. Owens and the and a complete line of Cigars and Tobaccos. Well, this Is only a bint of what we bate. Bellerlni Chicago Herald.) mad Dit adds that it is just as easy to get the caie before him. N. Y. Grcphic. writer, formerly of tbe Somerset Reporter, John Hyatt, of Willvalo, Ind., who has that we can make It to your Interest, we confidently ask an examination of oar goods and your patron-K- j felon as to get an uncured one. a cured Itespectlully. TA t.OH ttHOTtlKUH. SOMERSET, PULASKI COUNTY. W. A. and W. O. Thomas, formerly of the been n trapper for over forty years, rvcontly We very respectfully refer the suflering Somerset Republican; besides Mr. Lewis, found a stosl trap which ho had sot twonty A Building Associatiou was organized to the very scientific firm. yi'arj ajo on the banks of thu Knnkukoe present editor of the Republican and Thos. river neur the crossing of tlie N ickol llute here last Friday night. "While Bush Newlon was engineering railroad. He remembers having stt the The County Board of Health will E. Coppage, publisher of the Telegraph. trap, but doos not rccolluot having takrn it that religious craft, the Apostolic Times, he hold meeting For Coal or Wood. a next Saturday. away. It was sprung and In Its jaws were cnolern I'roof. eiyi he received an obituary notice which Chicago Herald "Train Talk."l four claws of a coon's foot. A soft nillovv, Miss Jennie Perkins will ba home style: closed in the following graphic This Itancc la Extra Hearr and la TwostranKors wore slttlnz In the sami on the roots of which it was hot, had grown from the Harrodsburg echcol next Saturmade of the rcry best Juniata Char"Sister Jones bid her sorrowing friends seat in tho smoking-car- . They struck up a almost entirely around it Parts of thu trap coal Iron. Has rast top and front, day. conversation. One' of them pulled a cigai wero imbedded in tho wood us If t hoy had with Entire Wrought Iron Holy and adieu until we meet again on the evergreen W. P. Singleton is reported to have from bis vedt pocket. Or course ho wai been driven into It Ho now hai the jwrtlon Ot en. Warming Oven extends under shore on the 1th of March, 1885 " entire length of lUnge. Automatic of tho treo with tho trap in at lib. home. sorry he didn't have another. abandoned his family here and left for othOreu bhelf. Sectional Fire Linings "Yes," said tho smoker, "I believe we'w and Cut Centers. Nickel name plate, Tiie Presidents strong minded sister, er parts. Olrxtlitl Dentil MUsllet. going to hovo tho cholera this summer. I'm knobs and blne pins. Adjustable sililililililH Miss Bstay, havln? declared war against Haft IVWCbsssss John L.Owens, formerly of this place, deathly afraid of it. Puir, puiT.J I'm ac side shelf and all uiolcrn ImproveArkansaw Trawler whisky, the irreverent Louisville Times is now dramatic editor of the Louisville unlucky man puff, puff, and if it Is In my Considering tho number of motooric stones ments. be arranged Can neighborhood at all puff pufT I'll get II which reach tho earth's surface, it would hot nnd cold water. with Heater for masses her for the head of the prohibition Democrat. not be surprising if many lives had tqpn Water llox or Heater extra. sure." .More puffs. ticket in 1838 with onr own Fountain T, Quite a number of republicans are asby them. It Is statod that loss ol "Oh, no," remarked tho other, opening e -. Fbx'M rn suing mate. lifo rosultod from n largo fall In Africa; that piring to the Legislature, but no democrat window, "you'll never got it; you'ro safe." i swv i " iw .v . about tho yoar 1030 mnny porson nnd ani"What makes you think sol" HIGGINS, .n&TUKiSMiiJMif.TiAj ILsllllllllHnts4twvL A fire broke out on the west side of dares to make such a wish. "Why, disinfected, sir; porfoot dis mals were killed; that in 1511, about 0 KaJK Miss Cora Parker is teaching a class Infection. you'ro koep on Main street in Hurodabur.j Wednesday o'clock in evening, a priost was struck and Just smoking cigars like BPECIAI. AOK.NT, TB in fancy painting at Williamsburg and will that ono and tho cholera will never corno It killed; and that still later, in 1C50, n monk morning and burned from Main and was killed. Hut those, according to Mr. Sluufortl, Kcittticlfj'. down Main to and including probably remain there during tbe summer. half a mile of you; nover, sir." James It. Gregory, toem to bo tho only Capt. Sam Boone, of the Tdajuiph, Brown', ualoon, just opposite Coleman's recorded of d?atli from falling Hint l.ltllo IWUtuke. A vacant has been invited to attend the decoration livery stable on Main street. Dill Arp In Atlanta Oonstllutlon.1 That littlo mistako about tho prico of lumframe residence owned by Dr. Tom Kyle, at Danville on the 30th a one of the oraAnother Stueo Superstition. Le-.-,M- -m ber being $1S por 1,000 instead of ?13 pel Capt. Phil. ThonipsoJj'd residence, and Dr. tors of the day. Chlonxo Tlmec. 100 is not worth mentioning. I don't know 1 The board of examiners will convene whothor it was my mistake or tho typeleading man of n now York theutro anil office were de A A. D. PIce'd residence setter's, and it dooi not matter. It was not illustrated tho hold which suprstitiiu still rtroyed on Poplar street. The Mercer N. here next week for the purpose of exammaintains on many who would bo luiist sustional Bank' building was destroyed; also ining applicant for certificates to teach the as bad a blunder as Mr. Memmlugcr ruad pected of tho wonknos. Going up to n when ho was treasurer of the ConfodoraU s store, public schools. A. B. Robertoan'd two actrow who felt coinplimonted to bo states, lato of said country, dacoasi-d- , for, minor Porch A Bright' fine trotting horse, when ho was called on to stato how muci udJrossed by tho prominent actor, ho Legged Cook A Busb'rt drug store, Cecil' men "Do not carry nn opon parasol on DKilKIU IN- tore, H C Wood'e confeotionary, Wm Harry Keid, which got his !o,j broken a few Confodorato money ho had Issued, he said il a favor. tho stage. It Is bad" luck. Tho play will weeks since, had to ba killed last week. was oithor 5300,000,003 or 3,000,000,000, h( Payne's grocery, the telrgraph and cxpresH not succeod if you tako on that parasol, I Drugs, Books, Stationery anil was not certain which. office and Brown'd saloon. The total loss He was a Mohawk stallion and cott $700 am fciiro." To oblige, tho offending urticlo f l JsifcssP was closed and tho actor'n fears cnlniu 1, i anuy ni iibico pun-"- . The Alumni Asaoci ition, of Cmr-ColloA l)cn Village. WATCH. S75.000. Tho books of the bank were ia rT rvWiJ it Chicago I.edKer. has three members in this place: saved and the inonsy is thought to be e- eKvtrn-Toc- il Horses. Physicians' prtscrlptlonsaiciirately coinjouiJl, "What sort of a placo is Scratehton, Dllir -AIso Horws having oxtia toos on tho inner sido aure. It is nuppoied the fire was caused Messrs. S. A. Newell, of tbe clasis of '53, "Why, It's about tho deadest placo yot at,i.D,. A . M ssusi. nf.j. of tho foro feet aro occasionally mot with in T. Z Morrow, of '55, and Satn Warren of cvor saw." incendia-Of an South Aiiuvlai, according to Dr, lrrong, I "Humph I thought It was rather a lively The South KtntudL'um says that Jordan '57. who Miagosts that thoy may 1)3 tho romnaut Tho young folks had a dsneo at the burg." Taylor, who is to be hung at Hopkinsvillo "Lively! Well, I should shuddorl II of an old nativo ruoa of UonM uhioh Tho Largest Stook of Watohes, Olooks, the notice of the oarly settlois. don't tako but tbroo men and n dog to mak next month hai pn'esiel religion and Opera Hall last Thurslay night and a anr-pJewelry and Silvorwnra at the residence cf Mrs. Ingram and a procession thero." wants. to be taken to the creek for baptism. name The Hesidan 11 his appsured in tie Ktsr bought to this taarket Fries than He has confessed tbe murder for which he enjoyed themielvei hugely until a late ii Puwre oxaiuiDw the Ubel on vrlilcli your owe if prlMtwl and remit ui the amount tou the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry He- " wheat fleldd on the Pacific coot. Jhoui. you arc In arrears. palieU ou suuit notice and Warrauttil. juj to die. on.'-thlr0, o, The small fruit crop of this section will be abundant. Blackberries, especially, promise a large yield. The wheat of this county will scarcely make seed enough for the next sowing. The decoration of the graves at the National cemetery will take place next Saturday and an immense crowd of poople will probably ba present. The G. A. R. Post, of Jhis place, will take part In the ceremonies. The Republican of last week contained a severe criticism on Councilman Porch about certain jobs, whereupon the said councilman meeting the editor on the street proceeded to severely crlticizs his conduct as a gentleman. Mr. and Mrs, W. B, Hawkins and family made a pleasant trip to Louisville last week, returning Saturday. Mrs. Hawkins and her children will also make n visit to her old homo in Lincoln the latter THE CATHEDRALS. MEXICO'S CHURCH EDIFICES THE WONDERS THEREOF. AND BUGGIES. BUGGIES, BUGGIES! Oranil Cntlirdrnl of tho City of .Mexico Cathrtlrtls of Pueblu ami Santa Clutulitltipo" Itlcti Ornament, JoitcU mid Vestments. Emily l'lerco In Frank Iirslie'. a fact, frankly ncknowlolg!, that the Koiunn Cathollo ohureli In Mexico is now surrounded by tho ruins only of Its fornior greatness. Fifty yonrj ago this opulent Institution mnel over three-fifthof tho City of Mexico. Tho lucomo of tho archbishop was greater than tlmtr' tho quooiv of Knglnnd. In lb27 thcro wore 150 convents mul monasteries In Mo.xlcu. Ono-tenof tho products of tho country wont to tho clergy as tithe. Tho intimated ot value church property hi ISS'J wm SUJO.OTO.OM, d of tho ontiro property of the nation. In tho City of Mex- It Is OUR STOCK IS WOW COMPLETE, -- s tXWilHTINU OK- - th Carriages, Barouches, Phaetons, Buggies, Surreys, Jaguar Buck Boards, one-hnl- a, seven-ye- ar-old g A.xo Sold on Tlioir 3MCoiits, G0.-00- Xcui-Journa- l, cloth-of-gol- i, BRIGHT H. C. CURRAH RUPLEY! office-seeker- s NEW GOODS fSPRlXG& SUMMEJLl H- C. RUPLEY. b.-ic- TAYLOR BROS. 3E3CXJS'GC,C3Nr,X7'IIJIJTE3. office-holder- k ft FAMILY GROCERIES r OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY fel-oa- THE LION WROUGHT IRON RANGE, F''tHH mi W. H. tikitttismmM " vmmmmm&gMimmE'::. HM "fmJjcai Tvarifl 1rf ft rSF M .JUISIW J-i- ALiA'jn dry-gooJ- PHARMACISTS, 52 -- e fJyiiV w$iy& y JEWELERS. er lrr June delivery, are selling says the Centre College boys were guilty of iM io 0en countyat five cent per pound, o r "contemptible lying and cheating" and Stili.b few cultirators left at coet at at $3 to $3 50 per head. that they are wholly unacquainted with Bright & Curran'a. Cattle are slow in Louisville at 2 to honesty and truth." And now the Centre Stanford, Ky., May 20, 1885 We are agent for the EJdystone Solu- 6.40 common to best; hogs are lower and College boys answer and lay that while it ble Guano, the best Fertilizer in the world. bringing 3J to 15. Sheep I to 3J; lamb is true that Stinwood, the catcher of the Blight A Curran. LOCAL TIME CARD. Dinvllle game was not Ht the time a stu 3 to 6 cent. l. ,i,i A. T. Nunnelley has purchased so far dent, he was no belter player than if he 1)39 r. m. MM train going North Dn Eaton's lecture was both entertainBouth 151p.m. about 15,000 pounds of wool at 12 to 20 had been, and furthermore that the said IB a.m. ing and instructive and was greatly enjoy Kipmiiraln" touth.... ii cents. The prices run in Louisville from Stanwood played with them at Richmond 2 03 A.M. " Norh., ed by the rather large crowd in attendfor 1 UEAUriFUb Flower 1'otn. T. It Walton' Limbs THE CHEAP GROOEE. v (73 -- 3 if. T. R. "WALTON. -- dealer in t nit U TbtkvOT It tabulated on standard time. about 20 minutes Utter Buy 7 Georgetown Times. Watches and Jewelry repaired on nhort PcnsoNis wanting cut flower for StanSome of those who have experimented notice and warranted bf Penny A McAlis ford Commencement June 3d should send ter. in killing potato bugs are of the opinion Bur the Hasi IIor Kemedr, the oriel' order by Saturday's mail to J. C. Thompthe safest of all way to destroy them nal and only genuine, from Peony & McAl- son, Lancaster, Ky. Flower in straw that baskets, fiOo to $10, flowers in silver design, is two spoonful of ammonia in a gallon of itter. water. It is, they say, far better than the A coMrLETK stock of jewelry, latent $5 to $20, in French paper 10c to $2. tyle. Hockford watche a etiecialty. Pen. danijcrous Paris green or London pnrplo F. II. Mat- and just at An AnntJPT Drr.vtiTUUE. nj A McAlloter. Jessamine JourFon couuha, cold, Ac, una Coup, Syrup thews, who came here from Catlcttsburg to nal of White Pine, in 25 and 50c bottle.), Pre- clerk for 8. L Power A Cj., but who reWinchester Couht. About 300 head pared by Mcltobertt A S tapir. cently went into the telephone business, of cittle on tho market. One lot of 1,000-lb- . Faiimew, Head This. Go to Dr. M. smooth steers brought $ 13 80 per head. L. Bourne'a drug More and pet one iMckage quietly vamoosed the racche Wednesday of tiara A. Clark' Ilotr Itemed. If you night, taking all his household plunder Ooe lot of short yearlings brought $27.50 are not atifled after using it your money with him. He was thres months in arrears per head. Mountain cattle brought from will be refunded. for rent, but we do not hear of any other 3 to 3J cents per lb. Scrub cow from $20 The Court of Levy meets next Monday, debts of much amount againit him. His to $o5. About 10 head of plug horais PERSONAL. wife took the train yesterday. brought from $30 to $00. .NF.1V ADVKRTISEMEJTh. nt a day or J. IJ Paxto.v, Kii , C A N. it. It. Mews. Vandevetr and two in Richmond. DANVILLE. BOTLE COUNTY. Mil W. H. HioitiNS went to Louiarille Cirsjn, who went to Covington to confer IiBB F. HUFFMAN, Mr. W. it Bowman, of this place, baa with the directors of the Chesapeake A on bunineas tbli week. bTANFOBD, KY. invented acir coupler, which is said to be Mies Lizzie 1'oiitmajj returned from Nashville Railroad, have returned much Offlc South ilds Main Htreet, two doors above the Mjers Hot!: absolute a "boss" in its line. He is confident that encouraged, though there was no Hamilton College, WedoHdar, Fare Nitrons Oxide Qsi administered when rewill be a grand success. quired. Dr. and Mhs. Q. II. McKomeiitb, of promise that the road would be located it The various candidates for the DanPresident Z'mmerman said the here. I iberty, arc up on a visit to h! parents. postoffice are making profound bow DR. W. B. PENNY, Mns. E T. ItociiESTTii hai pone to Company appreciated the gallant Gght we ville and our further effort to secure to Mr. Cleveland. Mr. Vilaa and Mr. McL, Jietllle to vl'lt her ulster, Mrr. Thomr-rc- n. had made STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Creary since Postmaster Linney sent In by private subscriptions tho Offle on Lancaster street, next door to InteRev. J. It Px.Eri.Es ia here to attend and that ho thought with some additional his resignation, to take effect June 1st. rior JocR.f al office. OSc hours from 8 to 12 x. Two sister of charity representing the M. and 1 to S p. u. Aneithetlci administered when cemmencement and aee a certain lady on aid we would secure the road, no jrom-iseHSl-ly-r. Dececiarr. important bmlnem. to send the Chief Kogineer, Cipt. society of "Little Sister of the Poor" were Little Mhs Annie Hale ha the Spradlln, here next week and let him make here Tuesday soliciting aid for the "Home FOR SALE, thanks of thii offke for the first treat of de- a re examination of the lines and deter- of the Aged'' at Louisville, where neeedy licious strawberries. A DES1KABLE mine the exact coet of building each. The persona are cared for regardless of color or DWELLING AND STOBE-bou- ie combined. Beit builmu location In the MiH Mamie Brvant, of Clifton director decided to put bonds at the rate religion. place. A bargain on e bad by addressing or Mr. W. L. Wilson is engaged in orT. J. VlIiiiHTEKHOS. Force, Va., who graduated at the Stanford of $30,000 on the market and upon their McKinney, Ky. I2'2ia College two years ago and who ii much be sale to immediately proceed to work. The ganizing a circulating library to be located drug store in this place. loTed here, arrived thia week to attend the road would be 203 miles the shortest from at II. W. Evan' s in every cemmencement exercises of her Alma Ma. Nashville to New York and they thought The books are to be CE4X.ER IX along the respect, nicely bound, good print and from ter with the encouragement received Farming Implement, Twine Binders, Reaptrt, would bo no difficulty about the standard and late authors. line tbat there LOCAL MATTERS. Djnnis Caldwell and Bettie Caldwell, Mottert, DmcMk Stvimj Machine, Ac, alio selling the bonds. alias Bettie Hawker, were tried Wedneswas raintoc again last night. Jfaggiu, Carriage, Phaeton and lennetiec It A jury compos(d An Qcad Damnum day by an examining court on the charge Farm and Spring Wagon. next Monday, of the following gentlemen was called yes- of At the Gourt'Hous keeping a gambling house and held in Call and examine my itock and get price before 1 .ntalne F. Bobbin will addresi his fel- - terday to decide on the damage to proper- bonds of $200 each for buying cliewbere. I will clre you a good bartheir further apgain. Olbee at W. II. Illgglns' Ware low chines. ty owners on Upper Main Street, if it is pearance before the next Boyle Circuit ltootni on Main meet. widened a proposed: Joseph McClary, Court. The residence of Gen. Frank Wolford, Dr. 8. G. Hocker, John 0. Judge Mrs. Isaac Shelby, J., of Lincoln counat Columbia burned Sunday afternoon. Stephen Burch, II. J. Dirst, 8. J. Eoibry, ty has presented to Rsv. S. S. Pentz, for L tt ? '.,000, Insurance $1,"C0. E T. Young, George Vaughan, J. M. Car- for the use cf the new Episcopal House of Y iNOMV will always par, the man who ter. Jr., T.C. Robinson, It E.Barrow, Henry worship near Shelby City, a handsome or3VE- sarei is wise; and thoe ontent with mush WalleronJ after viewing tho property fixed gan. The young ladies of Col Shelby's STANFORD, KY., Mr. Jno. M. McRobert's at $050; Mrs. Kate family and other young ladies of the vicint. Jar will one day eat mince pies. ComBeprccuts the Beit and molt rrompt-PayIn- z H;y' at 375; Mrs. Sue Stuart's at $200; ity are arranjing to give a strawberry fet panies and his rates ate Terr low. OIt him a Mh. J. M Hackley had some straw John A. Mcltohert'i) at $75; W. P. Ml early in June, the proceedings to b used call. ernes here yenterday as large as a fHt Walton' at $WO; W. P. Tate's at $300 and for the benefit of the church above referred He is the boss raiser in the county. Will Craig's at $123. The jury did it duty to. Mr. Morris J. Headdy, of Spencer MH D.LA lUxsr.Y aks tbat tbos who honestly and well and while none of the J'ar customers In Stanford wish bnU'j'iets for the Commencement will owners would take the pricee fixed on their county, who is hern en a vieit to Mr. I will deliver ! to aodvidnttt tvtry uioralrgat as soon property if it were left them to decide, the Schoolfield, of the D. A D. Institute, is 50 I lease leave their orders with her awards are as liberal as they oould expect. years old and has been totally blind for 46 ONE CENT PER POUND aa possible. lecoiicta due at the cloie of each month, or Mr. P. M. McRoberls was attorney for sevA number of years ago his hearing Tlir (Sold A Silver Un. has secured the eral of the parties and Judge Saufley for years. fail and for ten rears past has whenf tuitomer . iltf. . K. n. t nno ir. began to fjrvirei of a distinguished teacher and will Mrs. Hays. The City Council will hardly been totally deaf. In spite of the-- o i MicAT preptre to furnish music for fairs. Ac, the bo able to meet thete verdicts even if the tions he is a well educated and very intelcoming eeasin. owners do not traveric them and every ligent gentleman. He has written some OPPOSITB should not forget taxpayer in town will kick against an un- good poetry and is known as the blind poet The the meeting at Tim Eagle man's spring to- necessary expenditure of money. This (Thursday) morning DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY, of Spencer. morrow, 30th. Atameeting.it Lancaster a game of chess with Prof. J. V Meals .ire Mrred at all hours. Game always on he played MARRIAGES. freih fiib, and seaion, and In the following oommittee of arrangements Randolph and although vanquished played handiloliriciriItsterTedin oyitera all itvlcs and on short Look out for the sign "Woodbine Restauwas appointed: Capt. Michael Salter, J. David S. Claunch and Miss Willie a skillful game. He knew nothing ofchess notice. and call when you are hungry. M. Hlgginbothan, It. C. Karris and Dr. Si- Belle, daughter of W. D. Gooch, until he was 10 years of age. Mr. Headdy rant" A CO., W.JIASOSIlEIJtER Dantllle, Ky. las Fisher. were married yesterday. is a cousin of Mr. Mark Wakefield, of this m...i Oa the 27, by Rev. John Sallee, place. O.ve of tne most notable improvement Mr. E. H. Fox, of this place, who ha in Stanford for some time ia that made by Mr. Bowman Smith, of Lexington, and Mr. Peter Straub in the old house south- Miss Fannie C. McKinney, the pretty been engaged by the publishers of the Dressed Pine Flooring, Oeiling, Weather west corner of Main and Somerset streets, daughter cf Mr. George McKinney, were Century Majszina to prepare sketches of Boards, Finishing Lumber, Green He has built a store room and so improved united in marriage at the latter' teiider.ee the battlefield ef Perryvllle and to hunt up Lumber in the Rough, including county. all o'.her Interesting relic of that severe the house with paint, Ac, that it ia un in this Laths and Shingles. Card to the marriage of Mr. Henry contest, has obtained from gentlemen re. , re:ogninble. edFor the convenience of our euitoraeri In StanA. Sommers, the handsome and talented siding at Covington, Tenn., the battle flag arranged with Geo. The steady rain of Wednesday gave the itor of the Elizabethtown JS'ctrs, to Miss of the 9th regiment of Tennessee Confeder- ford and Tlclnltrto we harebit yards ananortment keep on It. ll'cii ! where they can get It si cheap as ground a thorough wetting and insures a Elizabeth Robinson, daughter of Mr. and Lumber, ate Infantry, which he will photograph and of ourus direct, llenl'l also make estimates for from fall yield of oats, of which there was never will nil on short Mr. Jame B. Payne, have been received. send along with the other collections. The any bills not on band, which weJb HA VIH, .1IELVIX notice. half so large an acreage as at present in The ceremony will take place at Elizabeth-town- , flag is of the old "stars and bars" design Ll'yi Ky. thia county. It also makes the early potanext Tuesday. and was originally the standard of company to crop and and settle the vegetable quel 1F YOU WANT TO Mr. R C. Bradley, of this county, "C" of the above regiment. It bears the tion in favor of the raiser and consumer 'nte Miss Amanda Drye from her paternal mark of many a bullet and is stained with YOUR GAME BAG, h uutl train camo in it aihjde Thursday night and taking the train the blood of James i'. Holmes, who, while Yestehdav AND MAKE frightened horse attached to a buggr and at Parksville, turned their bcaJs tow- canying it, was shot through the lungs at last Perryvllle and of brave George Clibbj, who be dashed down the railroad clearing cattle ards Indiana to bo made one, but at USE g.ards and other obstructions aa far aa accounts a couple of brothers of the would died with it in his hands at Chicamauga, cauldbeseen. When found by hi owner, be bride were following in close pursuit It participated in the following named batMr. Rtofer, he and the buggy were intact, and it was nip and tu:k whether they tles which are inscribed upon It in gilt letter: Jonesboro, Loveioy, Dillon but how he made the perilous journey safe- would accomplish their wishes or not. Franklin, Oerton Hills, Shoal Creek, Shi-loly is inexplainable. DEATHS. Perryvllle, Murfreesboro, Missionary IFLES-zanj- o A DurATCti from Kansas City, aaya Died in Louisville of consumption af- Ridge, Chicamauga, Cat Creek, Resaca, shot and fat Jatues Murphy, a bartender, Harvey D., son New Hope, Ktnnesaw, Peach Tree Creek, a'ly wounded Gottleib Weiland, an inof. ter an illness of 12 months, of Mrs. M. A. Lingenfelter, widow of G. Atlanta, July 221, ISC 1 fensive German, in a saloon Wednesday. A bise ball dispute which threatens to Lingenfelter, late of this county. All tho Latest Improvements. The murder was an unprovoked one, and W. The announcement of the death of terminate diplomatic relations between th i after drinking a clan of bee', Murrhv. Lollio Ryan, wife Mr. John A. nal-dem- nines of Central University and those of FOR DESCRIPTIVECIRCULARS, gave himsolf up. Weiland used to kesp Mrs. ADDRESS of tho Courier Journal, Is received Centre college has at last arisen and this a butcher shop here. unaflected eorrow by her largo circle Is how it came about: A little later than with The cream routes are being dally in- of friends and admirers. Beautiful in per- the first week of the present month tho 5 ' SOLE AGENTS FOR creased by the Creamery Company and the son, lovable in disposition, and bright and Centre College boys went to Richmond to farmer are finding out that it ia moro winning in manners, alio was n general fa- play a game with the University team and profitable to sell the crcim than to mako vorite and her untimely death leave an at Its conclusion found themselves "flaxed." Sporl!ng Arm and Ammunition, it into butter. Oaly about 75 pound per aching void in the hearts of many friends, On the 10:hinst., the Richmond boys camo 281 & 283 Broadway, day are bein? made now, but by next who eympathlzj with sincemt emotions here to try the thing over again and at 3 . NEW YORK. hoped that a sufficiency of with him upon whom the lo?3 falls with o'clcck v. M , the game began, but when tho western orncE, month it D. H. LAMBERSON fc CO., cream will be obtained to make the insti- agoniz'ng weight. God help him in his 7th Inning had been reached it looked 73 State Btrcct, Chicago, 111. tution pay ita stockholders well. very much like a Waterloo was in store - - - ILION, N. Y. hour of dark desolation. ARMORY, for the Miltson county bnvo. So thoy NiT week will be tho gitla wetk of the LAND. STOCK AND CROP affectel to discover very suddenly that the year here. Beginning with Sunday, Centre College catoher was not a "bins fi Jo Buy plow gear of T. It. Walton. when Rev. I S. McElroy will preach the W. B Cloyd sold to Stephens Broe.. 3 student" but instead a "semi professional," commencement sermou at the Opera House whatever that is, o the game "busted up'1 at li cents. Mondny night will witnsss the annual con-c- rt head T. C. Robinson bought of Mr. D.inbar, then an J there and the Richmond bojs of the Music CUea of the Stanford Fewent homo and the "wisdom man" at cattle at nbout I cents. male College, Tuosday night the regular 17 2 year-olBEST MANNER, BY SKILLED WOF.KMEH. IN THE on nine Richmond who write to tho Cincinnati, MADE Wheat sold at public auction commencement cxercWen, en which night REMEMBER THAT OUB CJODS ARE ALWAYS RELIABLE. $1 50 CbmiiierriW (luxM, composed a piece which the ladies of tho Christian church will month' credit in Scott county for Ono Ploco of Solid Stool. was published in that superb family jourpsr bushel. Rfrcod b bountiful supper and Friday night BLA0E. 2V.h Inst , in which he accuses NO HOLES OR RIVETS TO WEAKEN THE H. II. Todd, of Madison, whs in town nal of the the grand annual ball of the Merry Bache SEND FOR CIRCULARS. over 7G0 lambs for the Centre College captain of pledging hi lor of Stanton', when another supper, for Monday and purchased delivery from the 25. h of Juce to tho 10th honor that aU tin phyers were atudenta REMINGTON AGRICULTURAL CO., the benefit of the Band, will bn given. The Stanwood, the catcher wf Winchester when in I I.I OX, N. V. young people aro looking forward with of July ut 5 onlt a pound. student. The "wi'dom man" further n"t a Democrat. New Vorli OOlcc, IIS Chamber Street. great ar.ticiintionB. McAlitter. 10 for burry to 20 cents for tub washed. The lamb crop Is below an average Wi: have to thank our old friend, J. B. one. Some sheep grower lost nearly half Rucker, E'q ,for an interesting letter from of their lamb. Dennis A Dile have bought LOCAL NOTICES. Somerset. Please continue in the good 00,000 pounds of wool In the county, at an jour echool booki from Penny A woik, dear brother. average price of about 10 cents per pound. Bolat ance. tbey were defeated and that the Richmond boy then knew that he was not a student and that they failed to say anything about it. They, the Centre College nine further aver and charge that when the game at Danville began on the 10:h Inst., the said University nine of Richmond well knew that the said Stanwood, the said catcher, was not then and there a bona fide student or any other sort of a student of Centre College, or any other college and that if the said University nine had not smelted dcfeit not afar off they would never have raised the quibble about Stanwood not being a student. Tbey, the said Centre College nine, decline to bandy such epithet as are quoted above with the said University nine and they hereby pray to be dismissed with their costs and for all proper relief. when r o o M And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line Yon May Call For. IN ADDITION TO UKOCEniEd AND PKO VISIONS, HE KEEM 1 Tin-- , aUKOEON DENTIST, and Queensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, Glass- - To- right-of-wa- y aOT& Dentist. d Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. PRIVATELY. Canned Goods from the Best Canneries of the Country. For Bargains, There Is No Place Like the Corner of Main and Somerset Sts. first-clas- N.T. HUGHES, FIRE lRANCE. WHOLESALE P'KCILir'S, PRICES I Over 40 Buggies, Carriages, ICK! IGK! ICE! r.-tu-t- Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagons, Over -- JtO ITarm Wagons and many other P ! to be Masonlieimer's Restaurant COCaT-UOCS- RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES. Too Many Goods on Hands; Trado is Dull and Thoy Must Bo Sold, tm-li- ar GEO. D. WEAKEN, Msumtueturerh' Af;ciit. IMMENSE S1O0K OF- - ex-Ee- I . s LUMBER! W ALL -- TRIMMED plfll AND- - s BEADY FOR -- WALL! & 2S-- AT- FILL M'EOBEETS STAGG'S. BIG SCORES, ALL PRICES AND STYLES. EMINGTON "Ths Bourne from which no Traveler Returns Sick." The boy itcoJ on the burnlrg Jotk, Determination la bli eye "ForPouroe'a Drug More lata bounJ, I'm for tbe little Doc or die:" SHOT GUNS. Lamberson.Furman&Co., 4w ( Twlcile, twinkle, little itar, by Ur, My IrlenJ, tuo cheapest goo-le- , At Eourne'a Drug Store you will ShJ Tbe purott, beat, ot every klad. an, E.Reiyiington&Sons'. Yc ' (ForliarnuunbetUouU 'I'Jkkly eenJ); But Bourns In? tbe tikett lot Of Drugs an ritit'f, treat J'im and thlnt, 01 ipectaclei and oap, perfumes and envelops, Patent medicines of all kinds, (ilobe mixed paints, ordluli and vines And every tblnp else, tbe cheapest and best, At Tbe New Ir uS'ore. (to rbyme, put In "Bourne ever more.' urs till death, M. L. BOV USE, at tbe Nevr Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. 1 Miry had a little lamb, . B. UNDERTAKER, AND 31-s- REMINGTON SCOOPS, SPADES. s SHOVELS, JDealei- A d UHsoruiient of Furniture, cmliraclug from tho Cbenpent to tho Finest Parlor Suites. RTo need to o to tho lurRe clllc to make your imrchUHCs, no matter what quantity or quality you want, an I can ami will iluplioate any price you can obtain clnewhcrc, freight bcinj; lulilcil. Al a lull assortment ot CoHIiih, Caes, Shrouils anil Itobcn, embracing all tho New Style, both cheap ami expensive. XVnro roorue opposite Kt. AHiiph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. in JLTiii'iiitni-- e ! Full niul complete V He paid due attention to the Bpeakinp, others with a look of mortification and disWC WIM. BTAND Oim THAT HACKINOCOUQU can bo so quickly applauded loudly and afterwards went out tress on his usually placid face. cured by Bhlloh's Curs. Wo guaranlp-- . It. For to supper. When Henry passed the seniors some sale by Penny A Mc Mister. He didn't take out any of the young looked at him and eco fried, others pretendITCH cured lu 30 mltiii tet by Wolrurd'a 8'ul-Ur- j- Atonrpreuilieit wllo fr mi Tutnertrllie at n m- M n'.fc I'ul ,r t n'8 $S i t -- Vcf n ii Lotton. This nover fall- - S1J ty l'cnnjr to Insure Utlng colt. ladies present, that was an honor reserved ed not to see him at all. Mr. Krupp t cr '' l . ti. i ji ij i.ls ptfndi j i i trtsi. for tbe seniors only, but he had the pleas coughed to attract his attention and put A McAlliter, Druggists, Stanford; alto by M. C. mi, a. .i IN THE DEVILS LAKE. A D. N. Williams, Mt. Vernon. c iiiuuh AIM TIIDTI uu "mil! i nun, An Entertaining and Instructive Se- ure of sitting opposite n very pretty one. ting up his hand between his face and the i un i OATAKKH CUKED, health and awect breath She had a goodly amount of yellow hair group of seniors winked vigorously with rial Story, And Moubo Rlvor Country. ! unryio piled just above her forehead and wore both eye) at Henry. This done he yawned, tecurrd by Bhlloh'i Catarrh Ktumly. Trice 80c. NORTH I S I anil For aalo by Fenny A McAlliter. The One Imported Norman stallion will make the spectacles on her noee, as did most of the stretched out his legs lazily and looked out Oevds ' Written Expressly for the Interior Jour irason or issl at tbostable of J. M.Wrar, at "Tlnk DAKOTA i i. n kMj. Positire Cure for Piles. Cottage," 1, miles from fctanford, eeniors, and a little black patch on her of the window. Which all meant that nal. f K sI "! "tr.'.IJu HX i . ret mi To ttio reoplo of tM county we wouM tay that ' , arils. ii nt fir rounded chin. She loosed in front of her Henry was to pay no attention to him now, AT 815 THE SEANOX, Ii n.lr weiirmi ui. and h, n wehaTe been given tbe agency o( Or. MarcbtM'i agoeddeal and as Henry sat joet opposite but that Mr. Krupp wished to tee him Italian Fllo OIntiaoit emphatically guaranteed 3T HISS MILDKBD LEWI3. HWARKhN Oa tii to Insi rk A Colt en i tiiiiddrtt. iai,i rtk., , . her spectacles of course she couldn't help after a while. to euro or tuoiiey refunded Internal, External, Manuka It It, Sr Ta l. V. Champolsadarkcrar. i: bands Inch, wnb-lAn hour or two later a boy slipped into Blind, Bleeding or Itching rile-- . Trice 60 cents l.COOpouudsand Is 6 years c"ld tho seeing him and she smiled so often and eg CfUPrEK VII. .tub of Mar next He bewitchiogly that poor Henry was quite Henry's hand a little noto which notified a box. No euro, no pay. Tenny A McAllitor, loins, well Is of ilnestflennd action, tigood In tbe AT SCHOOL. Drugglili. rlbticl an il arge body. woll. shaii cd shoulders; herd and llMTlx well set on He had never in hia life, he him that Mr. Krupp awaited him at a cerno was The law school of Bizter & Caatttl was dazzled. mportod br (l W. Stul.bl-.nel- d A Co , ef Bloom Daughters, Wires and Mothers. E widely known; that iri if advertHln; id a thought, seen a lady eo handsome and so tain place in an angle of th'e building beg Incton, 111,, September II, I13J HI. Wo emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlil't We win also staud at tho same piacc oar fine medium of Introduction, for the school wis handsomely and finely dressed. She talked ged him to de very cautious and not to let a female remedy, to cure Female Diseasextensively advertised in all tbe leading atout him too, to her companion, which any one know of their meeting. Telling es, sufh as Orarlan troubles, Inflammation and Kouto japera. Long eulogies boded by flaring tbe gentleman didn't seem to like, for Hen- the boy that it was all right Henry put on Ulceration, Falling and dlsplacemsnt or bearing roahia hat and started out to find Mr. Krupp down feeling, Irregnlarlttles, Barrenness, Changs At SIO eapitaUand alwaya winding up by a flit ry heard him say something about a nofur n I.UIiik Coll. Boston Is a beau There wa no need of any caution, the of Life, Leucorrhoea, bc'Mos many weaknesses tiful black, US hands high, was baled Norrmber Washington, tering notice of Bizter & Chaiul. The body in a tone which caused tho blood to 10, 18;, and Is by West Knd. he br Warrior, his Philadelphia N.Y. springing from the above, like Headache, Bloatobject of tbe school, ao the idrertieemect lly to Henry's face and made him look hard seniors from whom Mr. K. was hiding ing, Spinal Weaknan, Slceplcunesj, Ncrrous de dsm by Jim Tor If r. first dam Shoo Fly.by a Mam moth and Warrior Jack. The only lice running were in tho front of the building promen bility, Talpltatlon of th Heart, Ac. For sale by TaitUfn flirnUh.! at r..rnt. Tan, wag not only to make the pupil thor- at the spectacled senior, who looked at him !. I.i.t villi ading by twos with linked arms, while ac druggists. Trices It and It 50 per bottle. Send cot lie reiponilble for accidents sho. Id anr occur. 'PULLMAN NEW oughly acquainted with all poicta of law, too for a little while, then laughed, fidgeted oux.r.riiaU PA I? a Mm i to Dr. Marchtit, Utlca, N. V., for pamphlet, free. II7M1' UAH AUD- Coke and Blacktoae at their and seemed to prefer looking at the lady cording to directions Henry went the back For aale by Tenny A McAlliter, Drulit. to hare nod, but at hia side, who, eeeing that something had way, through a little wicket gate, into the leagues' as well an their 7hat Dirt Dandruff. also to be able to say it in the meat ap gone wrong between them got nervous and servants' grounds, where in the angle ofjthe Damlruffls dirty and disagreeable lo e very way. did and said a great many awkward things, house stood Mr. Krupp. proved and elegant style. A cojm of clothing anl Is It soils raoiiI bare concluded "Well," said Henry a little impatiently, nied by thehardly listeoattnually sensationaccompa- to This tine young ssddte stallion mares at letserre a limited number ot a literature was also included. How wai a cot the least of which was her inability to of Itchannoying the low LoulHvllIe, Cincinnati aud Lex-IiiKto- u, as the young man advanced to meet him, ing. The scalp Is disused. There Is nothing In price of lawyer expected to get along w;bout be remember the purport of Mr. Krupp'a Ky., the world so thorouhy adspted to this troublo TIEZN- - ODOIjXj I iag able to quote? Oj Fridiy they re thit was tbe gentleman' name speech "what is ii?" as Parker's Hair Ba sin. It cleanses sr.d heals "Graham," said Mr. Krupp in a hurri-- d Which money I will eipendon his education after cited before the president lone piiHige and spilling her wino on hia new cont, the scalp, stops tut tatlln; hair and restores Its tbe tesrun niacins him In th l..n,l..if for you, in fact a original tbia which he declared "didn't make any differ- way, I've a great from the author with drain Hie gkis rtnd color. Is not oily, some good Isorerbr loftaoJ saddle horse man, onlr tostealy Mm boundless respect and It's been growing highly perfumed, an In his gaits, for ho has them nsturalljr. I expect dressing. Very after long practice before tleir looking ence and was really what he most wished," to exhibit blm at tbe I alts, (tilt Ed j Is 3 tears Connecting In same depot with fast trains for a son'.! oc nlonal jlauei or apoitrophiea to the iuotq. or brown. IJ. bands it the same time rubbing tbe spot vigorous ever since, wellyou know our little un- keeps the hair in perf-- con lition. application old this Spring, dark iiiku anu a perirci uiiiuei in lorui lie was sired Mr. Baxter taught them bow t) bow to tv with his napkin. There wa. no resem-b'.inc- e pleasantness." br one of the noted old Denmark family, Lerl "Is that all ynu wanted with me?" asked Ilubble'a On Time; 1st dam broneol thegrandest between the dark, tlubing eye op tbe audience and jury and the moat Irn horseh ere. known In any country, Cabbie's Old The Direot Route toLynchbunr. Dn Lexington, a hone that has taken more premiums preeslve tone and smiio with which to ad posite and Mr. Krupp'a coat sleeve, but ai Henry as Mr. Krupp paused. ville, Norfolk, than and got more gooj hsrsrs than anr known "No," said Mr. Krupp, "I suppose you InI. dieia the latter, after which honeyed words often as he encountered them he returned horse; any horseman will tell you so, therefore we think me very silly, and may be I am, but Tals healihglrlng Surumsr IUsort will be under should cot let the strains 01 these two families All Virginia ago sensible jury with a sufficient amouot of to rubbing the spot on the sleeve, which and North Carolina was by Faulkner's Young His I am no coward, Graham, although I mr manazttnenttbli seaton. and as It Is entirely a rundown. Uncle!d dam (leotrr sars be was tbe best Vftintm elf respect wodld hare tbe fics to decide called forth more regrets from the lady America. Teter refitted and refurnished, I '.an promlte my patroi For tickets anj further Information, Board, S7 per week, Dreeuer mat erer stooJ in against them. Mr. Cbattal taught them who was as regularly informed that Mr. shouldn't wonder if you could whip me, comfort as50well as healthof double cottage, 17 per dam br Taylor's ilessenger. Boyle county. Third you iv1 cents. .'".', tkstorace.or aldress and won'd no doubt if we bad fought. per meal. hare a W. K. AHWOI.D, n;J..,,., rhetoric, long, well t arced periods, Krupp was delighted. elegant week. Will onreraci-- j at tbe depot to J ncaet anj Tau. Act. " STEV33 As for Henry the supper choked and the Still I'm no coward, but I like you and be- meet passengers A. L. St'OOXAMOItK. nice metaphors, and an easy and elegant r. ..V CCr.'i'""' f lieve you ar5 an uncommonly gentlemanly This fine young Jack will also make the season O. W. NMITIl II. W. I'llLIiEB, zianner of expression. Very proud was wine strangled him. His anger against (ifn'l Manatt'r, of ISM at my stable, one mile from Stanford on 'en'l Vtu't Ag't. ulehmond. Virginia. Mr. Krupp increased every moment, until fellow. I don't intend to fight you or ever the Hustontllleplke, at tbe lejal luminary who could boait of Saw in the future to hurt your feelings if I can term with Bizter & Caattal. Tae kind at last a resolve to thrash him and a deter88 to Insuro a Living Colt. help it. But the others look at it differentAM) LC.1IUER TARI, vf pupils mostly desired were those already mination to acquaint him of that fact beOHIO Btere Walker Is a with white MISSISSIPPI B. jrounded in the law and only needing a fore he slept, helped in a measure to restore ly. They think it an insult to our clasa On top of tbe Knobs, close by J. Carter's Urccery hands high, 4 yearsbrown and said by points, IS old good Jack Store. men tote one of the Durst Ironed Jacks la Kenfinishing or polishing, but all were taken. bis self possession. He waited a long time and one that ought to be resented and say tucky, ilts actions like a horse, quick and sure The Direct Route to When a case of auy importance was to be for a chance to speak to Mr. Krupp, who if I don't thrash you or get thrashed in rOOTE & miF.ELEll. Vrovrlctorn. If you patronise us we will promise net to detain their presence they will take it in their For all kinds of general I.uralr, Hhlngle, Ac, you long oo the Jack's account. the students of waa so much taken up with dancing and tried at the court-housbuilders and olbersian not rind a better market to n:. .v tt. it it is. themselves Our .Bizter A Cbattal might be seen to file into Mirting and telling his companion what our hands and do it themselves. I'm dreadful- suit Reasonable Rates." motto Is "Uim1 Material lor TostotSce address, Halls ly sorry that my foolishness has brought Osp, Ky. ' the side benches, headed by the two presi- mode of teaching was and our plans and Northwest and Southwast by the way of dents and there tney listened to the speech- our so forth and to on, meaning Mr. Ent- all this trouble on you, but it can be avert ! I.OVIS VILLC or CIXCIXXATI. es and arguments with wied:m written er and Mr. Cbattal, but Mr. K. always ed by going to the presidents and explainWill make the season of till at tur stables, i and a dignified deportment designated everything about the college in ing. That's considered a disgrace, but I'll countenance?, miles south of HuitontllU, on the llustonvllle A All Train- EXEI.CME Va: iirua- which sufficiently honored Btxter & Caat- the first pewon, posseauve cue. So much do Jit to save you any further trouble, even Liberty road. AUallan tllenco is by Joe Kluio, No. 5IJ0, trial 2 JT, record I in Jo Kluio Is the if I get thrashed for it, as I suppose I engaged waa he that he had forgotten all tal. II. I D. 23SV, College. sire of tbe C. 0., record Ilerlew recordC. IH. sold for shall, for tbe boys are not well they are SlI.OoO past winter.) the student had a "uold about tbe little affair at tbe supper table. 2a4 record 2 S3 and Mark Wakefield parer, r Clccln Bat Henry's anger outlasted the enter- not kind to me this morning," said poor forth" to which the public were invited. A trial In 2.20. Jo Kluio la br Hi. I. lino. T.. ,l.r 10 Hmir? i?8,1.'"hours Mr. Krupp, wiping the perspiration from Commoncomoat Sormon, Sunday, Alexander's Abdallab, Hj he by Kyslyk's uho!d forth" meant speaking and arguing tainment, and when the latter was over he i't. gtflBgr pssienri No.10. Jo Kluio' s 1st dam by Mambrlno AV""'" May 31st, f s.ns in rains his forehead. Messenger Abdallsh lilecco s 1st dam Matties, iMw"."""18m " tappo'ed law cases by tho seniors to a juiy went up to where Mr. Krupp waa expatis. by Willie I);, ii.y Foreigner, by Imp Oletteo) Jd At It a. at. at Opera House "Don't mind it so much, Krupp," said tamponed of tbeir fellows. It wks hinted ting with several other seniors on the de asm uettie u. br Lunn oebam s Cenwr lUiu.u aa-j- t b- by Henry looking kindly into Mr. KV dis- 1JV R13V. Ubor-by thegrumbleia that there was a eood lights of the evening and without any preby aay 3. Mu I3X-.l- t OY. 3d dam Mlnerra Duncan, damImp. Ituaaard, Chare-- II oughbred.) Willie D.'a atarllgbt by kee,(by Imp. 1'Ianso.) Abdallab. OIsBeo a colts are deal of aameness in the speeches The liminaries drew off his glove and struck tressed fsce, "you needn't tell the presi fine and large and gool trwers. tioih ssllie and wicked ones went further and said that that gentleman a sharp blow across the dents, I don't want to fight, but if tint harneM. I bare one ut bis colts that trotted t.Joo Annual Concert, .Moml.tr Mftlits Jtuie yards on aaooyard circle at ihersUolI 1, t med face, leaving a red mark on his nose and all that will satisfy them and shield you, they had been touched up by twj distinby (t. M tllrens. lluttnnsllle, Ky , without auy 1st, S P. 31. I'll do it if I have to fight them all." Always make- shandllne. I also Lire anathr iht li Aitut guished gentlemen, nay written by taem, throwing bis spectacles in mid air. goo-I- . llerelaacomblnalloa of the lst trotting 'You don't msin it really," said Mr. Timn a.rA ClUrO COD Cn )bia all "dub rosi." Tbe students ooatm-ftsMr. Rrupp jumped back teveral paces, e andriinnlnucros.t-slnHXlsterxAbdallah t.lea. little training UflOtinnn to "hold forth" and tbe distinguished a, the same time covering his face with his Krupp, piusln? in the- act of mopping bis Regular Commencement Exerciies, coinsA bat but trick In lloyle l.jl trnltxdoa llulih logs Pope's ceunty, Ky., which Is uu gentlemen to sit in tbe audience and be hind, the other seniors stepped back also brow o stare hard at Henry. slow, In 2 IS, (six wek,s or two! With all L'nes at Tuesday, June 2d. 8 F. M. Mr Pnpi says he shewe.1 a months bsodllng "Yes," id Hsnrr with a quiet smile. ' I very, very much surprised at every fi.e aad left Henry standing very white and 20gltfir.iuitly. llelsaltoaorstxUss aiddle St. Loail and SALLIE C. Till EHEAT.T. Trlnclpal. do and I'm reidy whonerer they wish me! PointO. horw and bis colts falmwt Inrarlablr shiw saJdl. joint, indeed they were so fine there wire I very calm in the middle of the floor qualities. Persons wishing to breed will da well you miy tell them if you pleise." to caauiUiomy horse aud culls before btevdlog IVo FerrlcM! A'oOiiinlliiiHTrniny. times when no one could tee them, but tbe insulted me this evening in the "tie elsewbete. He Is a twwutlful bruwn, isv, hamls "Stop!'' cried Mr Krapp when Henry gentlemen in question who tbrev up 'he.r pre-enof a young lady," said Henry by IcrH! blgh, superior lnae au uuKle. Mauds lor the turned around to go, "you're a brick, Gra suiallsiiinot $IOtlir .SVxxoti or dlt.'iO amil-Mgl- y d way of explanation. and shouted "hear'' or looked "Shall we have it out Cttouection-mil- e In Union Dsrwt. (it -- ,.. to UNiirrri I.lvlny Colt. I will also stand ham; a regular top; you're an hojor to us, The slrcof trotters ar J ruliters and mnr lancv my Jack, into ench others eyes and and with now or wait until and ntern you are. I never saw your equal, never, lion In Kentucky, wi:; horses than aiy other staltench patting on shoulder;: uiake the ts..n vf g "I think you should bjeatUSed already," . -- ! or but if it's to be a fight, Graham, remember four miles west o'Sunfir I. direttly on the Knob "This is your work, Mr. Uoatta', you said Mr. Krupp, feeling of his face. Lick pike, and will - permitted to marital At SKI In IttHitrr. Bob Mr Is IV- - hints Fr full aaJ reliable Infcirmstioa r..,M ,. fcave taught them that, I am sure." 'You're not going to take such treat-me- I'll stand to you. yes -- tna if I die!" and me extremely low price oi Weetera '? brown wlib local jr nose and a No. breeier. dot and lowest; "a Map.uMM special rates lor Ticket aailVousehoU fo Insure. by the Kd. Cimpbell jsck,be br Koblnson's Laap-so- Uoois to all peiBts West call "No indeed, Mr. Bizter, my dear friend, from Aim? ' said one, accenting him aner wnnjing usarya Mod th two pirt-e- $20 the NciiMon hy Imp. Mammoth. on or a I Irei, Orasa furnlsbol at !J per lujnth. Due rare will going up to the house b separate ways, 12 It Not irsponslqte for accidents or escapes, but that waa you, I could not aspire so high, more strongly than was necessary. betaken to prertnt accidents or cii, but w 1'iii.n.. .., . , ...' if ... a,: t well carel fur on reamatrtlflt with me will jummpp, , y. itodeity aad humility forbid " "Well, to tell the truth," said Mr. Henry a ailing in spite of his rezition and not be responsible should inyoriur It a let black sonable terms. tKO'jiu E.S.VOn'E&h. Oeacrlptlou and P.dlgree -- Nobby W W.PEADODV. u u"lV.V!!?'t y Tne juniors taking their cue from the Krupp, who was really a good hearted fel Mr. Krupp in a high state of perspiration with star In forehead and two white feet, 16 bands 1 Inch high, tine msne and tall, goo.!, tany leg, ' timing fares of the pretidenb, applauded low, I owe this young man an apology. and mental ezcitement. Passemser Agent ' ' Al,'.:- ',l beautiful and neck, excellent abuuidtr, laca To de Costiauao Cln.lnnatl, Ohio andloln InfiCtJaultlns In syiumetryi aud will sntil they were hoarse and everybody else I didn't do him right guess I guarante tberedoesn't In France criminalg under eentence of a better disposition, aniilreastalllon ho Invarl-ot e deaf. Especially did they rosr wbea :c quite hia blow. I beg your pardon these ( jslltlr death are never told of the date fixed for uij imparts to uu i;rogeuy as an evidence that course of speaking a delicate compliment Unham; if you'll forgive what I said aewiu prouu(Tery mi Horses ween c rented on : KENTUCKY CENTflHL their death. They are informed of noth- good mares Is tbe fact that some of his rery sliced-uwaa paid to Bixter & Cbattal, while the why I'll excuse the bluw " colts have nothing but a air Wallace dim to Vo gentlemen looked becomingly modest At this thete rose a niurmer of rllnmi.i ing until the fatal morning, when they are recommend them. This ol Itself Is coocluslre Slreof Emma Manley.IIib Pate, Florentine, Doubt the speed lb sire. "iJIticOrnss Itoufe." una nowea me.r ueui macui. an t dissatisfaction, but Mr. Krupp, who-- e awakened to be led forth to the execution, proof that of Nobby. ouies from 2VSJ4, sold Nobby Ac, Ac, wllImaketbeseMoaoflSj)at my stables "noia Is the sire Jr., record to W. near btsnlord, Ky., of Ohio, for 15,000. Oneof his polls trot-te- d iorth" generally wound up wi.U a supper mora courage was perhaps stronger than which event usually takes place about 1 CFiIr, season with rery 1 Bonte from Oen last little handling In 2 35. tralKentnckyto all Points North, ander tbe trees acd after rsrJs a dines in his insisted on giving Henry tbe o'clock, or in the winter season as soon as ISobbr was sired br O irrard t'hltf t ).. ;.. ... n .... AT TIVEXTY DULLAKS. it is light. J,i!k,e,2??f- -' Ww'rInoUlppy.St; Id (rook List, West and Southwest. Tub seniors all wore nut hind of irood fellowship. As cone of l be 2 33Vi, Uill Arp2 Ji, Uarrard Chlelty Mambrlno (St. Martin Is one ol the most dlstlngulshidsons the Fast Line Between 9LEEPLE33 NIQHTd made miserable by that Chlei, slreofLadyThorn,2 18r Woodrord tojorelcUius', with thecoureaiun! woi eVniors offered to take up the quarrel there pflmp Phaeton, winning good rsrts over good JCEXI.VGTO.V and itTrnlnt hara In lli tn II. i. i.i horses at all distances, and a faw n hit mlt. nn A CISVISXJkTl icruuie cougn. onnoh'a Cure Is the remedy for dam ntm, me onir variety ai- - was br fiank;2d dam br Arstas, Jddam by to bs done bat accept Mr. you. For sale by Penny A iindu ana the turf In ISSt were all scon at tbe front. His Schedule In Effect May 10, 1B33. . McAllster. 1th damby Dlomedt Nobby's dam a son, Doubt, was one ot the best ol the was in the cravat and tbe different Krupp' apology and after ridding himselJ iowed thoroughbred mate, salJ toU by Imp Tranby. year. Ut. Martin Is the highest typo ut a thoroughNo. 6," What Parents Fear. Parting with uareaihall forfeit tho Insurance In bred horse, standing over I6J bauds high, splenBooru-BocifiutH which it could display was astonish- - of that gentlemiu, who insisted on shaking v. .. vunu; didly proiorlfoncd, kind as a lamb and combines JIany arents-obj- ect Hx. Hun. to Hxlly Hx. Hun. kg. But these were erjjvable atfiira to hands with him often and ran out into the Mf ny quack the best blojd orKngland and America. Ry Imp, nostrums as likely to engender or enI will also stand a riNH YOL'Nu'j.VCK Ui'at Phaeton, first dam Tnlcnv. Trr.n. Ynik.hlr.. ..J.- - Lve. Covington Hit) Htudenta and were carried on in a way hall to call a good nicht to him orer th ' a 8 10 pu too PD1 courage a lore for strong drink. They arc right. will to permitted to serve a few good mares at (10 imd dam Miss Marlln. byhr (isrrltim's 7.tnganee, Arr. Paris.. ; " Lexington., .. .. ,. ""I'M. !Mt.tn rears iuiuure. third iihljr creditable to Btxter i: Caatul. oanister., Ueaiy went up to his room aid Better die ol disease than of drunkennea. Th beplember, anis jics: wiunejhigh, olJ tho 7lh nl isonof Sir Artbyj, Calypoo,dam (tatrleila by blr mMi ;)pn,i c io n m Is fully 15 lnodi Archy; fourth dam by Uelalr; fifth dam I.te. Paris KveryboJ whocatue wa rroui of &U wrote hid mother an uccount of the day, us of Parker'a Toalc does not Involve this Jn. "T ie taaeac thit was sold r W. L. lie was sired n 31 atniosjnui us pm m wi v uuii'uiiuiii Caldwell for linn, nam ii.Tif airtii Arr. U'lnchester fl.lOv and was taken to fjlifnml. Me Is a ball dam frytneii' Wlldali, ut Eer. It not onlr bult.li tin tha r aerenth dam Plcadllla, by ,5 son oud shook handa with the preidnt,i eo leiyinj out all that wa UDpleisant, bo told " Richmond... lUOTpmll oop,u io 'per 1'100 0"ae,i hl1!- - y Halt A 5tacklln'a Feranaught; eighth dam (iodof-I'IiIaliments of tbe stomach, llrer and kidneys, but It JV"fndack " Lancaster Tii p only wonder wa-- i irny had ererthing in a way to nmme and interest atlmulalr. vrllhn.. lntn.l...l ninth dam by Imp, llublnob, ...,.... ' wuuiw, tJttn that the dam by -- .i t Ik I Imp. Jolly Ranger, clerenMi dam by tenth Valiant " Rowland ... 8;?l'm, . ' .'.'."" . ....HWH. ' p m imu.tuHuj uuu nusoiuiejy Imp. her with maoeconlumson the Iwj Divai '"'"mi: aiieijieior liquor. any bunds left to ba shaken at all. ' twelfth dam by Tryall. Thus It Is sun that bis I.ve, ICUhtuond. s os n w blood Is enriched from the same fountain that was Arr. llerea y ,., "" 3Pr tfc'o i m to thin school that Henry went dents, fjr wuora he felt h cincere b 77 lfXlucton. tho trint race horse anil rri.i nt " Livingston. . ".(Warn ::::..::::.,: on Hats" clears out rats and mice. IV. on) here we Qc J him at the end of uertn Tnic nU aner being all gone, ne sires, and Uicncoo. Yorkshlr"Bough on Corns" forCorni and Bunions. I'c. and Phaeton reattended nowned In tho turl histories. I have put luster- Thin people, "Wells Health Renewer" reilnw. month'. In tfcU time bjr clo-- e attentloa to to hu devotional dtitiea and went to bed Noant.Boi'so. Vlf'1 Ut tbO loW flflin-- t to ublliro l.ir frlon.U ...,i No. 11 No. I No. 1 health and vigor, cures dyspepsia. Ac. tl. IicIrIiIiois and to justify brooders at a distance In Waetudieii he he.d tho hihu-- : placu in and to sleep. sending to him, mid would take a few good uures "Rough on Toothache" elres Instant !!' is. Lve. Livingston. -, ViecU-eby tita nianlj depurtmeut a fair on the shares. I will also stand at tho same place S 00 a m The next tnornin as Henry thought of Ladles who would retain freshness and Tlvaclty, " llerea. my combined hone, 1U am piace in tbe eiteem ot the prettdatH, nd fn little event which had ocenrred Arr. Richmond don't fall to try "Wells' Health Kenewer." It III m fat "Bucbu-palbaLve. Rowland J " jo'piteof hU plain clothen huJ ejo'iutu c f ' T 15 him and Mr. Krupp he couldn't f great kidney and urinary cure. am " Lsucatter .... 8 05 a ui Files, roaches, ants, a) way of living he commanded from the hflo Uui-hinrati, mice cleared Arr. Rlchmoml..., -- III 00 am ou by "Rough on Rats." 13c. And my Norman horse, Lve. Richmond ..., sludeati a degree of re'pect uotoftea a'jon "Way did I get so angty for auch a "Rough on Coughs," troches. 15c: llould. 25c. JWB 12 25 pm, Arr. Winchester... 7 00 am junonic tUeoi one to another. To m 25am ta at tnhV he tbougbij "wounded vanity and For children, slow In development, puny and Arr Paris SOI am 3 IS am foolish pride" He was not a little BBham delicate, usa "Wells' Health Renewer." ae wa a favorite among his Mlo Lve. Lexington Hl uienn 7 21 a in i Lve Paris , 8 15 a m 3 30 p u, 2 so pm -'Rougb on Dentist" Tooth Powder. Trv It. 15c. eould not be true. He tea? repe(.leJ, ed of himself and nurprieed at bu lack of $12 50 TO IXSURK. Arr. Covington . .. 11 30 a m jOO p ml S3 pot Nervous Weakness, Dyspepsia, 'Sexual Debility pm. 6 85pm Grass aud feed furnished at reasonable rate, bu admired, and bad n7era! wirm aalf mwtery. rren "If it hadn't been for cured by "Wells' Health P.enswer." no responsibility for accidents sbonld any otcur. tl. MAY.SVII.I.E IIKAKCH. hkndd. but hi way of linn was ditlereat .uyp aiKiDB my paruon l would have to Mother Swan'a Worm Syrup, for feverlsbness, . He took no rocrettion at the blush for myself still more." nirlalfu bare fir aalo 17 yearling Mules and 10 worms, constipation; tasteless. 2Jc. N'o. SI, niufufuureu vaires J oToT-. Kn.ri..lln,.,. Ktlnglnj, Irritation, all Kidney and Urlnarr no toasts, novor bad lo be a. ii. tiAiamiAx, Truly a brave boy, he would have " . laid table, drank O III 11 Dally Dally complaints cured by "Bnchu-palhafctanford, ;Ky Ex. eUD Ex. 8ur. !. naisted to hia roim in the early morning fjr the Hake of a principle, or in defeudiui; Night Bwrst. ferer, chills, malaria, dyspepsia, Lve Covington- -. 2 00 pm Vr two of his comrades who leaned aa tbe wenk against the etronjf, but to be cured by Islington Health Renewer." 25 a m i J5 p jtnch oa him as he on them, in lact he in Myhusbanl iwrhein laJy) is three times tbe in a quarrel on account of aome 3 25 p to iiLMyiiyr:.T:r:T.:liS!!l; i fcu . ia those little 'Met ups" petty wrong he deemed a disgnce to his man since using "Wells Health Renewer." tl. dulj-ein none of If you are falling, broken, worn out ami nerNo. 51 No. 54" 80l'TUB0I"D, which ia eo necesssry to keep the average manhood and lowered him in the eyes o vous, use Wells' Dally Health Renewer." El. Dally Ex. Sun. Ex. tun etadent from dying of an overplus of nn companion,-- . Prevalence of Kldae) complaint In America: Lve Ilaytvllie.. In the midst of his meditations the bell Buchupalba" saqulok, complete cure. 81. ntntal labor. " m ' M P m E. H. BURNSIDE, Arr Paris 8 H a m 3 ISpia A brisk walk twice a day, atcnts or with Mnj calling the students into the chapel to !.' J;Jn!tton., 9 10am ,. cum: roil 1'iLiu.-10p, Cirlnijlnn .?' M m C 00 nr,i a chosen companion, and tho lost of hia prayer. ThiB Old and Well Known Pllen are frequently preceded by a sense ct clg!i. Mr. Baxter always read a chapter and In the back, loins liao was devoted to hia studita, but waa Hotol Still Maintains and lower part of the abdomen, ios mrer too busy to write to bis mother and ouweu prayer, alter which they went in to causing the patient to suppose be Ins somonm-ctloHigh Roputatiou, "ru l'.rxt''l,t Sunday. Jrai,n? .,'lln, Tls I onl Pri. AND Elward long, cheerful letters with no taint breakfast. This mornlne Henrv nntfr,i oi mi Milneys or neighboring organs. At ttrms, In the compalnt concerning our cooks, which ' Winchester an Paris that the seniors had a treat deal of talk )raptomsof ImllgMtlon (ire present, as fUttilciicj, never leemt t. c tea as the jnn go by, but on Its Proprietor ii Determined that ol his own labor or hardships in them, of tho stomach, etc. A mol.ture, like the contrary see m to swell In voIiiuip, ., wonder we - wbJch required to.be said la low tone , .. it Shall bo riocoiid to no Country IIuDtfpBtoo, Chanestoo, W. Va.,,e.,nlJ0tlilc,rhan.,,,. It has not i Tonicht wo find him at an entertain.ml pro.luclnga ry dlsngreeable Itching, conip alnt 'occurred in imn nt ii,.,. un,iroldable il nt the,- - havo oneway " Hotel in tho State in its Fare, to whica he, atrictlr among thstaselve; that they stood afl-varin, Ii n ery cominon nttendunt. remedying luatiera a gwd deal mbiaown hands xatot given by the seniors appoimmcnia, or AttenHoMdTr'alh'pulCVw'm e times student!, had received rpund in groups, some bit their mustaches Ulln I, Btaodlne aud ItJiln; Plies yield at onco lo the 11,ADa;.'T'"lfbour Iiie the rest of the tion to Comfort of application ef Dr. llsaul.o's TIU Iteuisdy, which nets "'0VUt Iroa HkDnanSriS the their Quests. w invitation written on a cqosre, polfohed an1-- those who hadn't them their nailr; all directly ujKin the imrls ufTected, absorbing the mostkitchen It till that U nijulred to pupr substantial meel without fatigue. Therl ttttA, which requested thd plewure of looked as if some weighty matter had Tumors, alia) log the Intense Itching and affecting a ileb.rl! i1 ,ll3DSM,',r9 "I'1"'ly from wagons by UagBtfB will be conveyed to and from the de I Bl f p?:.: now Ibrir presencs at the speaklojr, th aupjier ariaen f jr them to comider an 1 decide; all permanent cure. Prieo 60 cents. A.Mress tlw Dr. pur at Soueriet. salesmen truly. making ""u.iuar JFi w. ii. wiiittlesev.' free of charga, Kpeclat accomraodatl ont Yours Agent, n.T T.. . run, Agent. ' I except Mr. Krupp, who sat Beianko Minllslne Ce,, to Comnarrtal Travelers. The Bar n III Ohle Sell bj MvRoL. Covlntnn L. WROUtlUT IltuN RANCH CO.. at the dnce. apart from the ml afterwards always supplied with the choicest 1 m .,. C W. SMITU. irtsi Stag; Ht, Uuli, Mo. a. FULLER S.T brands of lilqoori and L'Uari. General lltntgers Ota. Pjt; Aj t Snai-ffiMf- e n(mor$ottrnnl ar FXWJZZ aTuL0355L! n-s- m THE BROTHERS. ' -t j. r. vomit. CHAMPO 320 V -- i , , :! -- 1 i .i- FREE n 1 BOSTON! till Kentucky's East -- fine' GILT EDGE! AES A SOLID TRAIN -- re.-ps- tT-c'., c-ga- n' WASHINGTON CITY, ct WEL.L. HALE'SJUNK OPENS KTowYorli. .. W le 2J-J- WALKER "St. Mary's Mills" i I. e nt j. j, fa St. Louis & tho West COMMENCEMENT AbdallaliGlouco c" Semi-annual- ly Stanford Female "" -- .. th" I. I O. &M. lo I Fast - s i ' y-.s- SOBS? I orIO 1 drit-clns- BoTd nVE'ESlroy 1 &Z$S&i ' ' nt d, n, ii. ."" ,., - Stallions for 1SS5. st ST. MARTIN, 1 1 a -- cu-ive- -- ao no-hin- n; persons-espccl- ally 2"w ... d; -- Zmmmmmimmmmmmm ; rej-itr- "P-oug- - n ," H RANGE z bed-bug- s, JOE AlfiDAIiIiAIf, PHIL SHERIDAN, ...-..- .l r , Iroin-theiw- t ." J Sfe ra3 th-c- i I W-- m tr "ili' d MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. UX Propr its rUVSA. ., '' r deacheckeJo.ny 23--