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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885060201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi 0 VOL. XIV. iutl Mtt rial 8tory, nal. lilefiaf nufn NO. 26.. ..Mra.irrmiii OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. i STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1885. THE BROTHERS. An Entortnining and Vulllthcil Tiiemlnvn ami t'rtitttva 83.0U II3Xl A.NNUM Whin paid strictly Id advance. It we bare lo wait ut time. 9a, 30 will be charged. Instructive Se- Written Expressly for ths Interior DY MI83 MILDRED Jour- W. P. WALTON. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNT A LEWIS. CHAPTER VIII. f. KAItl.Y LOVE. Col. Welch It no longer nn atpirant for the Collectonhlp, Judge 51 II. OmTej la the uninltuou choice of (hit end of the county for that poaitlon. Mr. II. L. 8teger I an applicant for the pod office at thin place. Mm. Sieger U a "(rue blue detmcrat" and well ciutllSsJ for the poiition ahould the receive the appointment. There are subscription paper brimj circulated to rIte fund to build a I'rttbrterlan church here, and our pro-pi- e of all denomination) are ubforsiiiuic liberally. The ladies will giro a strawberry tupper next Frldaf nijcht, the 6th, for the me purpose Ereryhodj invited. II. (I. Uronauh a aatigoee of Petrey A Petrejr hare cloned out their stock of goodi privately and by auction, realizing for them about $850 It wai a hard lot, being tnottlr the tail end of two large tockt of goodi without aiwortment. Thou who are posted in the goodi builccu think it a good ale. .Stark Kith and hii handsome young bride arrlvtd upon the night exprcas Saturday night and were met at the depot by the young men of town en mane ami wcte greeted with much muiic from every con. ceivable Instrument from a ban drum to a tin can filled with rock, The happy couple have our best withes for their future happiness. Next Saturday, June C.h, it ih open ing picnic at the fatnout old Dripping Springs The polite and geail'tui'ily Mr. I) 0. Slaughter, will du all in hit power ti make it pleasant for crrv one that may attend. C)me one, come all and partake of the many good tblngt that will be there in all abundance, and of tbe ' life giving watera" freely Mies Louanna Ja uet it v'niting In Danville. Mr. D K Frria has been Mre. W. quite tick, but it now iu.j i.viuc A. Carton ia very low of malarial fever. Mrt.W. K, Huclianin ia jutt recovering from a timthr attack. Fortoer Iiolmee, for many adt'xenof the Kitt I'ad, died at hit home near liuitonvllle on the 2S.h intt. The remaint were iuterreJ in the old church yard here on the 20th. Mn, 0. V' James la quite Inditpoted, The etorm Ut Saturday afternoon jutt North of town w very ecvete, the hail and wind doing considerable damage. The barna of Monroe Curtlt and Robert Land on tbe StanforJ pike were unroofed, tree uprooted, while other were torn tuunJcr. Oa the Lancatter pike and to the very edge of town the hail ttoru was to severe at to etrip the fruit and leave from the tree; in tome place the hail wat more than an inch that) upon the grouni and tome pieces aa large aa a man' thumb. The beautiful garden at C 0. Springe waa almost demolished, the gardent of Meaart. KIce, DiHion, Stuart, Iljchanao, and Mra. McAlts'.er fullered the tame fate, in fict the whole face of nature in that tection wetra a woe begone exprelon The vocal and instrumental entertain ment given by Prof. Clifford and Airey, "The Blind Mlnstrela," at College Hall Mar 'J'.l.h, waa apoken of in high terms by thore preterit nnd it ia eaid that your othera who wero not prea-emieed a rare treat. It ia alao said that the two blind minstrel) created iiuitu a commotion at the depot on their departure that night. Frank Fish, a colored gentleman, who had led them around town that day and took them and baggage to the depot, demanded of them $1 50 ea tlio price of himcrviceJ, but they refuted to pay but 50 cants when Frank grabbed one of their valieand started off; one of the blind men druw hialittlo "pj," and took three deliberate shots at the retreating Frank; 'but Frank wai makin? good hit escape wit h hi booty, when tho other called to hi m to bring the valise back and he would pay the amount demanded, which wea done, the aettlement made and the trio parted the bait of friends. We noticod an editorial in tbo isetio of May 15'.h which in substance readt viz: "We hear that it la urged in Crab Orchard and other points not directly benefited by the roal tint theyjdo not care to help Stanford. Crab Orchard certainly has no right to feel ill toward. Stanford for no longer than last year the citizma hero her iu building fhe school-hour- e there which ia an honor to the town, eome of them Bubscribing aa much aa $25." In reply we be leave to Hay, (and we think we utter the eentiuunta of tbe whole people) that Crab Orchard entertains no ill will towards Stanford or her cltiaena, but on the other html hold? them in the h'gh-ea- t Heetn and it waa thiough no eplte or ill feeling toward S auford or any one of her cltlziiiH tint caused her to vote atfainit the railroad aid. but It wa doco because the people here beltovod it to be to thtir interest and tho interact of the county as a wliol 'o dr co, and the beat, of friendc, 13 ro Walton will differ in politics, religion, rallioad matter and other items rnd bj no leea friends atill. pv-priet- "0 that stow! Tho Out warm glow that mantles round tbe heart Of boyhood." ise in nt The next morning according to hia promEdward atarted on hi way to Dr. CligneyV He had rien early tint morning, finished tbe chore nnd atudied hi 11 art UiiAna tim Ika iliP nn A aAkAnl " aa he sood bre and picked up his book "if the doctor ',,.' ,. . dearLIward. . . i .! ia noi very in, mi go to acaooi, out u ne in When after much nursing and watching i and want me I'll stay and nuree him" Dr. Cligney woke to contciouaoess and Aa he walked britkly along in the direcfound that Edward was with him ho reamtion of the IV he looked up .to where ed perfectly contented. It may have been Squire Darnleigh's houte Blood, every plate that hia weakened condition made him glaa window glittering in the morning childish or that something in the boy's aun 'She ia there," ha thought, hia face and manner touched a cord long hidyoung heart swelling with delight, "so govl. What ia she doing den, it may have bren some freak which beautiful and hia loneliness had engendered or somenow I wonder, thinking of what? there it her wind jw now, bat you don't know dear thing not explained in our philosophy, hut Dr. Cligney waa very fond of Edward Julia who la locking at It and thinking of Graham. He would not allow him out of you. Mow glad l'l ba lo introduce ber to his eight if he could help it. He would my brother and hear waat ha will aay of put out nis thin hand and claaping that of and I'll her. She will go to school the boy's lie quiet while Elward read not be there maybe, who will talk to her or talked or aang to him. He questioned at rtcetr? will ahe go to our seat? will she the boy a good deal about his home life with that I waa ther.7" and liatened to hia loving accounts of hia He hoped that ahe would and believed it mother and brother. too and hit heart beat high with delight. "Henry waa papa' pride and mother's She was hia queen, his bjylah heart's first too, for that matter; they always aaid he Idol, he hurried along thinking ol her, a would bring honor to ua all and he will. smile in hii eyea and ioy in hia heart. I wiah that you could know Henry," said When he reach a bend in the road that hia eyes sparkling with cnthual-aa- m. would shut oil the view he turned for a Eiward, One day he brought Henry's picture latt look at the house. to show the Dr how handaome he wa, but "Uood bye dear Julia," he aaid, kissing the Dr. dropped it at the first glance aa if hi hand to her and then he ran on a faat he thought it a snake. at he could. When be came in sight of .. a mfL.i I i nuiwimtnmwr, cnei n.jwara in Dr. Cligney's he saw that a gig was hitched alarm, bending over the quivering face, to the fence. "That's Dr Hart's" he "are you 11,7'' thought, quickening bit step atill more "Only a passing pain; whoe picture did "he muat be worse." you eay that wa?" Stephent ran to meet him like a person "Henry V, my brother," answered the who hadn't tlept. "I'm glad you're come; bewildered Edward. I waa jutt about to aend 5Ioteover for you. The Dr. took it up again and looked at .Mailer ha had a baa night; been wrong ,l her forehea- d- I .ent for J" nd e""""-- . -- , he muttered, "her " the Dr. th morn ne and he's been dot ne ',,." He "0' t ..!,,, .!lft,,.nt Un.U nt .l.ifT. .n.l CTM nd br0,r nd tell me to many things I can't remember 18ndfd '" P"ture to Edward with a noise-ha- lf hiJ ' a,,kIn of them. .Master haa been calling for ' '"" 'iKh The bor wi,e1 you, air, all night and all morning and the "o"or questions nnd endeavored to turn channel Dr. thinks it would help him for you to be J.1' ,,U,ni ,nind in, n STe" TerT confidential, the here. There, don't you hear him? that' Thfr 'ntyne TOun' EJward cor.fi led to him the way he's been doing all night air." E iward had hung up hia hat and put nls loTe 'or Julia "nd never .,ir'd of teUinc eHlnK about her. One day hia hooka on the table while the woman hU fnend hen the Dr. waa ,well enough he told talking. He now followed her into was Filward nil ntlAIlt . M-. - nwn t!fi , tt iUm -- u- "- - ...i-u. .us tbe alck room where Dr. Cligney waa call- - . . I. I I. .1 iusu ue uiuIIiutbo; oi LL 1011a anu priva ais Irg hia name in connection with every congruous thing. He seemed to see a river tions lor her; then ot her treachery; hia When he finihed Elward He own sufleringthat waa trying to flow over him. waa Bobbing softly. could hear it roar hi declarc-1- , bagged EJ"lis careful how you give your love." he ward to atop it and eive him, or told him taid putting hia hand on the boya head. to look how deep that precipice waa and The intimacy between theae two waa hold his hand very tightly, then shrieked a subject of much comment among the that he was falling and with theie wild raving filled the room and home with his neighbors, who wondered and conjectured voict. Dr. Hart rose from hia ai.v. by the to no purpose whatever. Stephena waa at first a little jealous, unhedsidc to ahato hands with EJward and til ahe grow so fond of EJward that it ak him how he was and when had he seemed perfectly natural and just aa it heard from hia brother and how waa hi? Said that he wa well but his patient was should bo to see bim going about the honat; which he did nor left a hole or corner tin not, but with good uurting and treatment searched. The Dr. gave him the keys and would come around in a few day;. He told Edward that he wai very much sur- all the handsome room were explored from the bottom to the top and one day prised, nay amszd, at Dr. Cligney's liking coming across the picture up in the garret him. he made so much ado about it and begged "Xot but that you nre very nic; and all so hard to have it brought down, that the that, but," lowering hi voles o that SteDr, at lait consented and the delighted phens couldn't bear, "lie' so very queer, Stephena aviated Elward to bring it down, you know, he don't like anybody and hung it between the windows in the won't allow them to come about him. Now and Dr. 'a room. if he knew that I waa here he'd aend me The largo, handsome picture, the room olT I havn'l n doubt," eiid the little man flooded with bright light, the tbweia Edlooking vastly ami zed that any one ahould object to his prcsenfto and expecting Ed- ward always brought, Stephena bustling around full of cheerfulness, the Dr. lookward to ba the same. "You havn't much ing so peacefully content and Eiward'a to do, oily ait here very quietly nnd give voice filling the houe with him tho drops every two houra nnd the bright face, hia song and laughter. "I declare," said little powders three times a day and tbe aoothing so changed cordial when he'd too much excited and Dr. Hart, "I never saw a placa in all my life, il'i a positive pleasure to go the pills at night, and apongo hi face you how he theie. know then send me word to be continued in oun next Is." Then with much mors chatter tho little Dr. took up hia medicine ci?o and Here are some of the pithy saying of buttled oil. the Rev. Samuel Jones, of Oeorgia, who ia "Now Stephens," eaid Elward when the conducting an extraordinary revlyal at door had closed n tho Dr. "you muat lie Naahville, Tenn: "What ia culture worth down and rest, I will attend him through if il'ii nothin' but whitewash on a raecal?'' the day and you muat bs strong enough "I'd rather be in heaven learnin' my A for the night work, Just tell tue where B C'a than in hell reading Greek." "Some the warm water and towels are and open preachera are ao elegant that they rpeak of that window tojlve him a little air, there, hell aa the 'burut district,' but thlftBort of that v ill do. I'll call you if I nt I you." dignity ia the starch of a ahroud." "HeavThe daya which followed found Elward en la on dead level with every good man, at his post by the bedside of the sick ninn. and every good man will ba provided for in Every morning the sun roio on him leav- some way." "Will honest men etarvi? ing home, often with some dallctcr pre Ood will feed every honest man if He haa pared by hia mother for tbe aiek man and to put the angela on half rations." "Re Hi wet from Ler tarden. The aun caw him honest and pay your debts. There's too turn alwas nt the same bend in tbe road many men in the church board'nj with their to li ok at n Mtately houte and wift a kite to wlvea " "Pull up your doubts by tbe roots ore lair girl, at evonin; ikt tiuue aun nnd you'll find a eeed at the bottom and the smiled good bye to him as he hnrried homo seediaein." "A lie isalwaya on the down to do hia work for the nig'it, to aee Ida grade, but the truth you haye to hitch en mother nnd atudy his Iwona that tej engine lo" might not get ao far behind in hia claa'ta. WIIV WILL YOU cough when tSulIiu'a Cura One morning it paw him lift hLs eyes nnd will glte Immediate relief? Trice 60c aid 1 1. For ty IVnur A McAlIitcr. "Papa, do jp Bee your heard him ..,,.,,. hi. little boy trying to do the best he can, not like Henry for he could never do that, but In hia o vn way doing the little that ho can find, are rou pleated dear para that people apeak kindly of him nnd are always good to him.etpecially licr? I know you mutt be." The beat you can, aye EJwardI Singing on your way in that pure, aweet voice which ahames even tho bird in the hedgee; lift your voice in aong and prayer and g on your way for how few like you do tbo beat they can. Doea that makeyour eye so bright and voice so glad? Where ia the aolemn face and dismal eye which always watcti on uutyf In your own way true, and a good way, but watch EUard, for aorrow can come in form of beauty, what will it do when it falls on a nature like your? make it sour and bitter Ilka tbe old man up there, or giveit new Hirenth and grant Lancaster. hag been remarked that the uew buildings are a "great improvement to the It town." ALWAYS BUSY RAXHT ....... y a e are-touc- hing ' ' ""' Jl ! '""""t old-ma- l 1 to-ni- all orer In running tjret. Tbest ton disappeared my iktn clearel oil. My knees, which had A Western liquor dealei a short time and bectiuo twice tbclr natural ilia, hare returned tbetr ututl size and sro suplt as ol yore. My arms ago advertised aa followe: "Having exand bauds are all right again and I ctn use them perienced a change of heart through the without pain. The entire disease has left all parts ot thoboiy, aarn two ulcers on my wrists, which bleated efforts of Brother B nnd Sinter S, are healing ranldlr. am weik f om long conI hare finement I deaire to etate to my numeioua friends medicine hutbringing the use ol all my limbs This Is rue out ol tni greatest trial of and patrons that at the end of the current life and I can not tlml words sufficient to express of lit r ttucs aud the gratltudr I my month I shall rotira from the accuraed 11 leel appreciationbeard r f It. that I ever PKTKt C. Love, Augusta, Ga Jau. 'J, 1835. quor traffic forever. Until that time hit etockon hand will ba offered at greatly reduced rate. Cime one, come aid'' 1 Joel Walker, Jr., is the name of a bouncing boy baby at the home of hia papa, Mr. Joel Walker, Sr., who ia quite proud of the little stranger. Sam M. Duncan, of Louiaville ia visit-in- g relatives at this place. Our thanks are due Rev. W. S. Grlnatead for notea of tho meeting of the Methodlat Conference. About a dozen of tho pretty College glrla spent Saturday at C. 0. Springs pic- nielng. Connderlng the weather, which wa not of the best, a large time wa had. A Building and Liao Aooiatinn ha hern chartered by our citlzin nnd alnu t S'3,000 worth of stock already taken. They propofc building a number of reiidencea for renting purpotea. Thirteen year locusts have appeared on the farm of Mr. Jno. G Doty near thia place. He says thoy are quite plentiful and sing a oong abouta man named "Pha-roah- " without intermission. Lazf persona who have been wont to sleep peacefully in the hours pjnding between sunrice and late breakfiet time, now swear great oaths as the driver of the meat wagon from Stanford blows unearthly blaata on hia bugle. Mr. L. F. HubMe, the popular attorney of thia place, left Monday morning for Verona, Ky., where (Wednesday) morning he will lead to the altar the beautiful and Intelligent Misa Stella B. O'Neal, of that place After fie ceremony the happy pair will leave for a two weeks' trip to New York and other points East. The attendant will be Col. Sam M. Burdett, Lancaster, and Misj Mat tie Spangler, of Covington; Sam A. Walton, Lancaster, and Miat Allie Hubble, of Lincoln county. Thia will be the gayeat week Lancaster has teen for years. Thia (Tuesday) evening a musicale at the college will be the attraction Wednesday evening the college ground will be illuminated and a lawn party given. Thursday evening the commencement exercises of Garrard Female college are held at the Christian church and will be followed by a full dress hop at the City Hall. E.chhorn'a orchea-tr- a will furnish themuaic for the laat three affairs and aa 1,000 invitationa have bren sent large crowda of young people are expected from the neighboring towna. Friday evening a large delegation will go over to Stanford to the hop there. The Diniiie District Conference met at the Methoditt cbuich laat Tueaday morning. Bishop Hargrove having failed to come Rev. J. W. Fitch, the P. E. of the district occupied the chair. The following minister of the district were preaenl: Reve. E II. IVarce and II. M. Linney, of Dinvillt; A Rjdd, Harrodsbur; G. W. Young. Pcrryrille; C. M. Cooper, Mack-vi- ll; J. W. Hughes, J. A. Caywood, B F. Sadwick, Jessamine county; W. S. GrinateaJ, Lancaster; F. S. Pol-li- t, StanforJ; Jno. Reeves, Richmond, and C. M. Uumpnrcy, College Hill, fhe g brethren were: R. L. Cooper, agent Ky. Wes. College; Re va. J. R. Peeplea, of Offingaville, and C. F. Reid, Misaionary to China. Rv. Jno. Reeves delivered a thrilling address on Prohibition Monday evening and Rav. C. F. Red delivered a maaterly sermon in behalf of the interests ol China and raited $32 for foreisn mia-aiton Tueaday evening. About 20 of U' ly delegates were iu attendance. Tueaday add Wednesday were devoted to the interett of the conference. The committee on temperance, Sunday 8cboili, stale ot church und quarterly conference records made their reports Wednesday evening. Rev. E. H. Pearce prerenled the claim of the Widows an! Orphanc Home, and raited a riibicription of $107 50. A resolution of thanks to the citizens of Lancaster wt reid and unanimously adopted by tho conference for tho princely manner In which they had been entertained. II. B. Campbell, of Bryintaville, Jno. W. Proctor, of Danvillo, G'ore P. Bright, of Lincoln, and Robt. Graves, of Mercer, were eltcted delegates to the annual conference at Perryville. The session waa one of great interest, the meeting each morning for prayer and teatimony and the 11 o'clock and evening aervicea were times of refreah-ing- . Dr. Tracy, of M'. Sterling, began Sunday what promises to bs an interesting aeries of temperance meeting, Large audiences greeted him Sunday afiernoon acd evening and considerable interest ia being manifested. Cam-denavil- le; via-itin- OR SHIIffE ! A Few Specialties from Recent New York Auction Sales, To be found only at The Great Bargain tSfore -- OF S. L. POWERS & GO. At It Is not our habit to keep goods In tbe ttore to look at, we hava marked a price on theia to ture their going out with Ia- - A Rush within the Next Few Days. d Ladle' and Ml&set' Silk, Lltle and Cotton Oloret at 8c, 10c, 15c, 20c, 21c and 33c, irtilch Is Jatfono-ha- lf rtlue. We hare tbe cheapen Hat! la Kentucky lur Laiilet, Gentlemen, Boys and (Jtrlt. A ur lot of tb Ladlet' Farorlte Cartwheel Ilata Jutt opened, betldet detent ol ttylet tnd tbipca fari-anBoit , and At Prices a Mere Trifle Compared with Those Asked Elsewhere. If you want a Uat lor a Lady or Gentleman, Girl or Boy and want to tare a good deal of money, eosaa and tee our flrtt Job Lot Men't and Boyt' Fur Werby iiatt at 2Jc, worth SI. New Jersey, nice qualltlet, low prlcet. We have tecured another lot of the Celebrated Wlodbam Blx-Cor- d Thread, warranted equal to Clark't and will work on any Machine; two t pool i for Sc. Constantly on hand, an Elegant Iiine of Iry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, &e., Al Prlcrs Beyond all Competition. WE IXVITE ALL TO CALL, TVIIETDEU BCYEKS OR KOT. We tell for CASH, ONLY, and make no delation from thlt rule to tnj one. S. Xj. POW3EKS & CO., Leaders and Promoters or Popular Low Prices for all the People, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. flyioUISVUU NtwAtBTCHICACO'Rl(lS- v FIRE INSURANCE. ; jnsro. m. philips. ! STANFORD, KY., g Through Coaohos and Pullman Stooping Cars From Bepreientt the Beit and inojt Prompt-Payinptnlet and hit raiet aro rery low. call. uit Cam. turn, a Louisville lo Chicago, Cincinnati lo Chicago, IuilinuupollH to Chicago. THROUGH TIME TABLE Via LouliTille: Cir.i In rl TO 1 DiTS.l taiuiBiMd a. i i.l mim sirietart. remedies. Anil his. (tvofc almost universal iitirffcfr Uoa. OhMUVenllulrl4t tnetilrs or thai cU si Munniv bros.. VrJonljbrtht tZrusClisfcilC). Clnclnnatl.1 Ohio. fl has worn the favor the public lad now raaJt amofiff th. leading KcdjV CUesoftheolMom. A. L. SMITH. liraiUatd, ScMfcyDrwirhu. 11ices)IAik f Ft Ltc " Loulsrille... Arr. Lift jotte... Chicago....- - .....) ..... I 8 30 p ml 3 SO 8 20 p iu ( S 00 ; a in '7 iu p m am a in Via Cincinnati: 1" 30 a m fS 41 p m Lre. Cincinnati " ludlanapoll liB 15 p m 116 20 p m '.'0 p m 65 a in I Arr. Chlci30 "Dilly. tDttly except Sunday. I I! ture rour tickets rtad tU the HPI Are you falllnjr, try Wells' IIeimti a pure, clean, wholosnina For Brain, Kervca, Stomach, IJvcr, Klilnrya, Lunrs. An UnequaaeU InvUroror.t. ('ui.-- s MONON ROTTl'F, (L, N. . A C. It' ) at it li the qulcknt. the beet anu most uir-- ti una to imcaKoaua psintt In the Northwest. Ticket via the Mooon Unit) on -- a'entnll prln clal ticket ottict. For rates, mipi and lull In formation, address VM S. II.VLmVItf.O.P A.. Chicago. T03XTIC, Ueadacho. Fever, Actio, I'hills, A. J. O'i'.EILLV, G. 8 A., LouliTille. METAL I am P0IS0N. DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. TORPID LIVER.tod Night Woakncs9, Sweats, Norvous bexual Decline Mnlarirt. LeanncM. Lot., 0 forS3.O0,nt Unu,irista. Si.iW U. 8. NIco to take, truo merit, unenualcd for a coppersmith by trade and during n series of years my Jt.is (being bare when at wort) have absorbed a wouderfnl amount ot metal pulson: Having nscruCiilous tendency from my youth, the small particles of copper aod brat would get into the sores, am1 by this process tbo poison was con- Teyd Intotty blood till my whols yttem became I was treated with the o!d remedlet of Inlccted. ed, my teeth are all loose In my )iel, my it gest-Ir- e organs dera ged and I bare been helpless In txr klls, Jersey City, N. J., U. B. A. mercury at.d lodldo potassium. Sallratlon lollop Ifdfororera year with mercurial rbeumati iu. My Joints were all swollen and 1 lost tho uto of my arms and legt and became helpless as an iufjnt. My tullerlngi became to interne that It wai Impossible tor me to rest. Tnedoctoisadrlied mt to go to tbe city hospital tot treatment. This I could tut b ar. A friend, who bat pwreJ a frlsnd tug d me to try Swift's Specific, uelierlcg that It wculd cure me. Others discouraged m, but I tecured a few bottles and haio now taken two dozen bottles. The fir t ettVct of tho medicine wai to btlng tbo potion to the surlaco and I broke out InroSy Buchu-Paib- a . Reroarkntilo Cures of Catarrh of the) liiaudcr, iniiammfttlon, Irritation of htd- nv and lllmlilpr fttnnA np ripT-.- Di casoH of tho rrostate Gland. Iropsical l j i Bwelllnars. Femalo Dlaensi.t. Inoontlnence of Urinp, all DLxMssea ot the uuiito- Urlnary Organs In either For Un- hoalthy or Unnatural PKcJiwea "? t'l'CllSL. nlan"l!hnnln'aTnSMinn w, or Kor SVIMIIMS. either contni-tet- l ncniuiary taint, uro t. napia i uuai.su- acd r Hon Bitter Synip, $1 gha- Chtpln's SyphUillo 111U. J- -' (5 Pln'd Sypiaiitlo Salve l 00. 0 bottle on riyrtip. s of nltt, l tf.ir f- receipt of S10".rrntl)nic;-jt- i 11. S. VrLLi. Jeriey City. N. J.. IT. B. A. sx (); lt!e. tfl Malarial loisou. sj: ! It i a HWuIar fct that every cflicer of high rank on mther tide of tho late war has been t piect-- by rriticitm, except the peetUes Lee and hi malchleea Stonewnll Jackann, lieutenant, They etnnd not only uncliKlIf titretl. but they si lence even the aiperillca of partisan review. The more their hiatcrlea re diicutccd tbe brlghttr growa their fame. Frankfort Capital. pU-ke- Tho drouth lu Southwest Oeorgia last rprlcg dried mi the wells and we were compelled to me water trom ibe crick on th plantation. The. result was that all were trcublcd with tbe (hills and lever. I carried with mo several bottles of Specific, and as ton; as I took It I had perfect health. soon as I reared taking It I like tbortst wusatilict.il with chills. When I resumed ill use I waa all rUht again Wo bars used It In ourlamlly as antidote for malaria iolon tir two lor thno yearand hare never known It to fill in sing e Instance. W. C. Fi'klou. tiumper Co., Ua., Sept. 11, ICSI. A Clear Skin is only a part of beauty r but it is a part. Every lady may have it ; at least, what looks like it. Magnolia Halm both freshens and beautifies. sf. Treatlicou Etaodaud bkln SO-- tf the swirT xpiicific og ' 3 Drawer Disease! milled free. . Atlanta Oa. i ' 'T 1 1 & ing'.from what be didn't dofor me better what The Louisville Council has elected the may do for them. And while they reap the Public Printer of that city, advantage and only know that I teach giving it 27 out of 33 votes. He Snxr In Paris En Ilouto them well, and mako it easy for them; they young colored men, one of them Tells What Four June 2, 1885 Stanford, Ky., to Indtn. little dream that every pleasant spot for beinc ex Cadet Whittaker, passed a credit them bears the memoiy of a rough one for able examination and were admitted to the Somo Clouded Qoripturo Mado me. As the hero's parents ate the honey bar at Columbia, 8. C. w. P. WALTON. Cloar. and pronounced it good, though they knew The Court of Appeals decides that a not tho lion'd carcaa whence It came. So it telegraph company can not, by the print business men and Politicians, A I.WATS l'RAISI.NU THE I.OKI). works out in uany lite, in small things as by contract, ed notices upon its forms or other?, vibo are besieging the President restrict its liability for its own negligence. in great, this wondrous riddle God's as Paius, 8unday, Feb. 15. Worshiping well as Samson'sand tells out again and with petitions and entreaties for office are A party of Bohemian emigrants enfinding to their sorrow that your Uncle camped in a dry canon in Nebraska. all day with the dear Romanists of Paris, again how, out of evil the dear LORD and feel tho better for It. all of us. Wo brings good, and GroTer is a hard man to fool. As illustra-HiTuin the end shall entirely During the night a water spout burst, this a WathinRton dispatch fay. filling the canon and drowning 11 of the are less sectarians than ever. "In every "overcome evil with good." Praiae the nation he that feareth God and worketh LORDI God la " Jur--t after a delegation had finished a party. love and nothing else. richteousnees ia accented of Him." If peroration In favor of same worbrilliant A dear sister In London asks two quesHon. Boyd Winchester, the new MinC0N41ST1N0 OF- 7thy patriot, the President said, dryly: 'I ister to Switzerland, was dined and toasted only His poor narrow minded children tions in her perplexity, the answers to 'influ-s- t' were as large of heart as He! But we all which may be helpful xn beginning to find out just what to others. In at tho Gait House, Louisville, Friday, by isnow, when a delegation of eolid 100 reprctentalive citizens, without regard need "a sheet knit at all the four corners preaching on Luke 13 and Rey. 12 she did sight before and thrice let down" in plain business men come on to urge an appoint to politics. not get the full mcinlng of what I wished wo will allow anybody to be saved but ourment, and remain here for three months. to convey, but wa confused upon the F. A, Palmer, of Newark, then. Biirouclfcs, I am compelled to wonder who is looking N. J , died in the penitentiary at Trenton selves, and not always venerable First we points, touched upon in the following mem UukcIcs. fossil esafter their biuinew at home.' The Presi Friday. He was serving a term of twelve went to Notre Dame a oranda. But a copy of her questions will Wagons, Boad dent addrd that in such cases he was quite years for embezzling $200,000 of the ' city's tablishment, cold, dimly lighted, thinly best set the matter before my readers, and attended respectably run to seed and mil &c. of money. aa apt to defer to the recommendations give a clue to the answers whether satisfac dew. Hard to cet in a little honcat wor Ihe businem men who stay at home." tory or not. I may premise that in teachFred. Kraft and II. N. Turner have ship in such a chilly atmosphere, but I Tjik clean sweep of the Mahone officials been arrested at Harrcdsburg, charged think we did, diving beneath the surfice ing the meaning of the parable of tho in Virginia and in the departments has with starting the fire In that place a few of their ritual and getting behind their "barren fig tree" of Luke 13. 1 found that been fully decided upon by thoAdminlstra days since, which destroyed property val- Latin prayers and incoherent chants and tho personality and power ot satan alone furnished a clue to the solution of the tion which knocks the prop from under the ued at $100,000. back of bows and genuflexions and incense inextricable V. B. Hawley, local cashier of the J., muddle of popular theory, These Goods are all Strictly First-Olas- s, from the Best Sen ators whohaye traded on the State'd honand all the rest to the beating hearts that which & I. R. R , at Louiswille, played the would have us believe that our God, or. Like slaves on the auction block, they M. f Manufactories, throbbed to the common wanta-oin the person of the 'Master of the Vinewere knocked kown to Garfield in consi- races with the Company's money and is do. And getting there we deration of the entire patronage of the Gov- now in exile, disgraced. His stealage is had fellowship with these brethren in a yard," was trying to do what another God in the person of the "vinedresser," was tryernment in the Oid Dominion. This bar- thought to be $5,000. common ruin turning in our different yet ing to prevent. A Texas murderer just previous to his And both these Gods-wor- king gain was of course ratified and confirmed by identical ways to our dear common Savior ix iat cross purposes were "our God." be confessed that execution Friday had his coffin brought Arthur. It must, however, where alone catholic or protcitant can find It was the old Btory that has, alasl shaped the temptation to traffic in this species of into the cell. He brushed it out with his soul rest. all our lives more or less disastrously as we property was too great to be withstood. handkerchief, and remarked that it would From Motre Damn we started to the believed it heartily or carelessly. God The alliance with the Readjuslers gave to be a nice place to rest in. Pantheon. No service and the chill of the Iovec; God A Washington dispatch to a Boston pa hatet; God kills; God makes Garfield and then to Arthur a working very grave throughout the lovely building. majority in the Senate. Furthermore, it per says charges have been filed against Gen. The interior composed of a cluster of alive; God sickens; God makes well; God is W1T1I A OUABAXTKB, secured the votes of two unhesitating tools James F. Robinsen to the effect that he domes, 4 around a great central one and all mercy; God torture; God cuts down the was $15,000 short In his account! when fig tree; God nourishea it; God pities the for any and every enormity. magnificently painted, ia quite unlike that Treasurer of Lexington some years ago. sinner; God burns him in fire and brim-ston- e and very Tins from the Louisville Timet will be In all forty one bodies have been tak- of any other Parisian church and sit in heaven laughing at his endorsed by every editor in the State be- en from the ruins of the recent fire in Impressive and grand. After this we went misery, etc., Sec, The founfain sends forth We liny for CA.SIX mid lro0HC to (live our CiintomerNllic Hen- e. sides by the hoets of other friends of the VtckBburg, and it is believed that others by team and bus across the city to St. bitter and sweet water at the same time and cllt of our DIhcoiiiKh. ' we heard heavenly music; Here ccntleman everywhere: There ought to be remain. At the time of the fire it was place. Oh horror of horrors! O dreadful xo contest over the Danville postoffice. In believed that but few persons had perish- - saw half a hundred whito veiled nuns, inconsistency But satan cccc seen in his witnessed a great . procession of church 3&t. James R. Marrs, who is an applicant ed. true light, or in his own darkness rather, o r the place, that town would have a modSo many instances have come to light dignitines and these same nuns all with all this difficultv vanishes and our God el postmaster. In his unostentatious way of unfit men being pushed for office by Con- pure wax tapers in their hands. Worship of LOVE and nothing else comes out in "Will Guarantee to Save you from 10 to 25 Per Cent, on every Vehicle. Give he he has served his party for many years gressmen and prominent mm, that letters ed less comfortably here than in poor old characters of golden light and heavenly us a Call. nd reflected credit upon his county and and petitions have become almost valueless Notre Dame, becaune there was more to glory. Once on the right track how "mysmod-- e and moie lhat appealed to the npon his country by publishing the in Washington in making application for distract terious scriptures" do clear up. Following 1 weekly newspaper of the State. It seems more sensuous nature in lights and music office. on this line, resolved to track the devil to that Congressman McCreary and First Fire in the yards belonging to Stude-bik- er and the rustle of movement continuous and his lair every time, I came to Luke 13, and At one time I was in terror lest Con troller Durham might easily and prof-- i Bros., South Bend, burned over attractive. there the muddle of a life time vanished one of these 50 wax tapers should commutably avoid an unpleasant contest by unit-- i about destroying 2,000,000 feet and I saw and still see that there is not a eg upon such a man as Mr. Marrs for the of lumber. The loss ia estimated at $73,-0- 00 nicate its flame to the loose flowing veils shade of discrepancy in the lovely scrip of the nuns. place. to $100,000, with insurance about 60 that enveloped the persons The whole 50 would have flashed off like ture. Reader! the issue ii a tremendous Dr. "Woods, who has joined Major Stan-ton'- o per cent. ignited. Then I one! If I am in the wrcng I nm awfully An insane passenger on a Wabash, St. tinder had one become South Frankfort Gardener's AssociaIn the wrong. So are you! Let not the found myeelf listening to the music aa tion, and who after numerous lessons in Louis and Pacific train took forcible pos all the diflerence sinner say "I believe what father and mothmusic which makes the art of manipulating the festive hce session of a car, drove the passengers out, of a er believed," beguile you into retting this and before it waa recovered, one man was where one is making it an end instead ef- "oil hand." ' Search the scriptures!" has succeede d in making a potato patch, means. Still, in heart, without much aighs over the advent of tha destroyer in killed and another mortally injured. The But here are the questsons of my dear I bte rKlv.I n,l Hill fort, I could worship with these too, bowrwltlo the following characteristic manner: "The maniac was shot and will die. and thankful the sister and the answers following ss best I John Morgan, John Baler and Mor- ing at a common shrine, potato bug, the peatiferest of all pests, has ia to Marie: dear Lord had taught me a better way can cive them. Her letter begun its summer campaign. If there is gan Line are under arrest at Franfort, "Now for some difficulties. When Bro. than theirs, while not despising it utterly, any one agency that can put gall into the charged with having deceived Miu Nannie CowprteiaiC It t et In lb tairttt, whltb will W and creed Barnes commences his weekly letter will Woodson int a mock marriage with the as once in days of ignorance cup of domestic happiness and turn it to, light on the Btingency of narrowness I had done. Tou ask him to throw some Gotton Up in Stylo and Mnko Second to Nono in City or Country. tho F&hnestock'a vermifuge of infelicity, former. Pickens Trench, a young law bound St. Eustache is famous for its choir and or- following? agency belongs to the villainous potato graduate of good standing, is also implicat that In the parable of the 'fig tie planted in Give Sic a Trial. gan and ia well attended. Beggars throng ed, he having filled out the false certifibug. a vineyard,' if the certain man not being alma. the entrance soliciting original, ia the devil, what fruit did TnEreeult of the municipal election in cate. A reduction of 10 per cent, waa Our last attempt to worship was at St. in the made he come seeking? If good fruit why Norfolk, Va., on Thursday gives good hope yesterday in the wages of nil employe of Auguetine, on our homeward road, where that Mr. Vilas' clean sweep in the Old Do- the Chesapeake & Ohio road receiving over we found a ereat house resplendent with should he seek it? How should he know THE A'JEW GKOGKItY AXI IIAKDWAICE HOI SK OF minion will put an effectual quietus on the $1 a day. gilding, brilliant with gaslight, warmed to It? And further, thevery fact of its not All the men except section bearing good fruit would not make him Mahone marauders. Last year that city hands are paid over that amount, and con- a delicious temperature (a rarity in either (the devil) want it cut down, for as Bro. went republican by 102 majority, but this sequently will be called upon to accept London or Paris) and the nearest approach Barnei has often said "He leaves the good week it went democratic by a majority of the reduction. The cut is to be made on in that respect to an American church yet for nothing christians alive; does not want zua. And they do say that a lot ol ne the wages of the employes on the lines east seen; ceremonies gorgeous and thronged of the world, for they do more grots voted with the Democrats. of Louisville, and will therefore take in the with a densely packed congregation. Lou- them out harm than good by remaining? And again is Napoleon built this church an J patronTin Harrodeburg Democrat spread itself Kentucky Central. Would kl.dly ask yourattmion to the fact Ibat they bare jJit rturnd fr Ihe ritlrs wiifa ug, would have to cut It ized it by his attendance, it is still the the only right he fmh and well sheeted stock of CIIOICK into huge proportions last week and gave HUS70NVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. down would be the bearing of bad fruit, swell church of Paris. itB readers an abundance of excellent readbeing cut down because So ended the moat unique Sabbath I have yet he demands its Matt Sandidge sold a bay gelding to ing Bialter, which reflected great credit on he had sought fruit and found none. ever spent, going over almost untrodden its enterprising editor. By the way was Dwight & Maddox, of Chicago, for $575. The nextii", where do we find the "going In endless rariety, dainty In quality and Mtlsfjctory tn prlff.; tbla we guarantee. Our aim sbsll be Our old village ia kept warm with re- ground (for I have attended the Romish it printed in blue to indicate the general at all timet to supply every want la our line. up" of the saints, being the signal for the feeling over t he disastrous fire which swept ligious meeting). Sweeney is still hold- service very, very ssldota in all my life, heaven of the devil? I search away so much valuable property last ing the fort at the Christian church. Al- and the few times I went always out of fall from making this jovous for it in vain end long to have a 'reason for Consists of the Standard Brandt oi Europe "ind Amerlea. Our Isrge line of Cooking week? len officiated at the Presbyterian Sunday mere curiosity) and stoves Includes discovery in a glad experience, that the that hope which is in me,' I cannot find the Justly celebrated "Oreat Western Reserve" and mtny other fatally favorites. Our China, (llata morning and McElroy at night. MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS, that Rev. Nil shows any connection of the and Queenswsro stock consists In part of Table, Tea and Chamber bets complete, Olaiswart richly Sheriff Menefee looked plagued when sectarian envelope that has i curted my life cut andetcbed. In the way of BreadstuCs wo name Buckwheat Flour, the queen ol all tribes. Our cele. Gen. Robinson has filed a first cIbbs he was compelled to bring a traction en- so long, is indeed taken away. The test of two events." And here a thought begotten of the brated Patent 'O. M." Flour urivalled for rake and pastry, whllo Hlec and Hominy, our own patrj! boad. was as sharp a one as I shallperhaps gine and thresher attachment through otic products, arrayed at faithful adjuncts All the delicacies In Foreign and Domestic Confections The wife of L. B Hurt died last week Praise the "Father of light," I trust, occurs to me. aro here. Tin, Stone, Wooden and Willowware, Klcctrlc Lamp, Stationery. Canned Meats and Fruits Sunday last. The town was ever be subjected to again, Why should not these letters home have and a complete line of Cigars and Tobaccos. Well, this Is only a hint of wbst we have. of consumption at Columbia. considerably mystified as (be ponderous LORD for the aweet experience of deliverBellevlns Russia has acceptsd the English pro- - spectacle cima sputtering and crashing ance. 8ome may think lightly of it but this added practical feature suggested by that we can make It to your Interest, we confidently ask an ext mlnatlon of our goods and your patron-S- netpecllnlly. T, W Oft IttOTIIKIlN. jxval for the settlement of the Afghan trou- through. Some thought a train had bolted assurance of the absence of what I this good sinter' questions. Hearts are the And husame In Eogland and America. ble. at Midland; others that an excursion had only hoped waa gone ia to me worth A Pniladelphia woman was sentenced train was lei loose on the surveyed line of more than I can express. Tne restful wor man wants are the same. If I am "taught point,"how happy I will be to eighteen months' Imprisonment as n the Chesapeake. ship of a service where all should have of God" on any what he has given mo freely. co moon scold. For Coal or Wood. The Wr ight sale came ofl Friday ac. been congenial, would have ben as noth- to impart gfOlMSSStSnSS SssssssssssssssWC It is estimated that the debt state- -. cording to programme, A usual house- ing in permanent value compared with the Karnes of questioners will not be given. This Itange Is Extra Heavy r 1 It There is nothing In that. The burning mcit for the month of May, will show a re- hold and farming appliance went for a hubbub of to day. mtdonftbo very best Juniata Charquestions are the points where human coal Iron. Hat cast top and Iront, duction about $5,000,000. mere song. Cittle sold well, milk cowB "PftOf-rtcPoint," Lanbouii, N. In- with souls are touched. How many might be Oven. Entire Wrought Iron Body and Secretary Manning has dismissed GO bringing from 30 to CO dollars. Two brood DIA April 20, 1885 Warming Oven extends under eetatlibertT by a single question asked entire Ictietli of llange. Automatic clerks in the Treasury department as un mares brought $70 and S77. Store house To come to preseut things: We are all Oven Shelf. Sectional Fire Unlrgj necessary, a saving of $03,000 per year. $200; dwelling in town $300; homo place well and life flows on in a quiet, pleasant and answered from scripture? And while and Cut Centers. Nickel namopati, knobs and binge rlni. A terrible storm visited Waco, TexaB $13pr acre; knob land CO cants. Oils in routine of study, that lies between ua all I must ba left freo to answer so as to in- aids shelf and all modern AdlustaUu Improve-mintfringe upon otber rights as little as possible last week, drowning nearly a score of per- - slack sold for $2 per hundred. The hay and full usefulness in this foreign land. Can bo arranged with Heater for boob and causing a vast distruction of prop. waa sold in bulk. The young folks are making splendid prog-m- a (especially the right of my ;friend Walton hot and cold water. Sejii-Week- ly Water Box or Heater extra. turned into llMHmK assssssH i IV i' rly. The commencement exercises in the and take a commendablo interest in not to have his logical controversy) yet I Perry D.wW, the originator of "Pain various institution; of learning seem to be the language. Th'ey will soon all be chat- an arena for the killer," baa for the past fifteen years been projected this year on a scale unusually ting it more or lca intelligibly. Having do believe this would in time, be an edify HIGGINS na inrmte of the Mercer county, P., Alms- grand. 'Old Cintra" ia extending her us always to interpret lor them is at once Jng and agreeable feature of this corresAOEXT, house. motherly arms to embrace all her living an advantage and a disadvantage. They pondence. TO BK COMTINUKO.) In Hanc ock county, O, John Butler eonj, and is anticipitsd that a great num- would learn to speak the language sooner Kentucky. rStaiiforilt a wealthy farmer, in a fit of anger struck ber will cheerfully respond to her gentle if they were thrown eulirely un their own Cured, Consumption kin twelvo year-o- ld eon, killing him in- "come home." S:anforJ will surely insist resources. Tney will learn to peak it An olj pliyilctan, retire! from practice hiring stantly. on the attendance of Ri7 8 K. McRobertsi more correctly and gramaticillr for having bad placeJ in his banJi by an Eait India mlailon J. W. Smith, a young and well known one of the oldest graduate. Few member us always at hand to correJ' lieir blunders ary the formula of a tlniplo Yfgetnblo re racily for tho ipccdy and pcrminrnt euro of Contumptloa, lawyer of Williauutown, is dead, lie was of the earlier clasjis survive. But here in evntax, and check ilit-tmispronunciaHroneliltli, Catarrh, Attbua anj all Tbroat anil the Blaine candidate for elector in the and there a ong the lice of years are scat- tions. In practice ttey lean too much upon Lung Aflectlonj, alwn positive and radical cure Sixth district. tered those who in the "long ago" expsri-enceus for rapid acquisition, hut the constant for Xarrout debility and all Xcrroui Complaints, The Prcsideot has appointed Isaac N the trials and triumphs of reckless presence of teachers who take interest in aftr baring totted Its wonderful curative powers Maynard, of Naw York, to the flacond student life. To such it will be pleasant their improvement is n great countervailing In tbouaandi of raws, bit frit it h I i duty toinalco to lil lutlcrlog fcllovri. Actuated by Oontrollerahip of the Treasury, vice W. to bahold once more a re enacting of the advantage and one I never 'had in my it known DKALBSS IN- tblimotlroanda dstlre to relieve human aulTer-Id- ;, W. Upton, resigned by request. scenes of boyhood, while memorv rccilJs time, and one also that I can appreciate for I w'" cud free of charge, to ell wbo deilre The revised version of the Old Teata- - the blooming fancies, and chilling fact of reclpi in German, French or English, Drugs, Books, Stationery and ( them, far more than they can appreciate it it, this directions for preparing and using. Sent with full iaent takes the familiar psaiage, "The way the The veteran president. for themselves. I well remember how in by mall by it transjreajors is hard," aid makes it wno is remembered as a professor ac far 1855 I was cast upon the tender mercies of paper, W. A.addressing115with stamp, naming this Towers Block, Koebes-te- r, Xovbs, Physicians' prescriptions accurately compounded. read, "The way of the treacherous ia rag- back aa 1839, lathe only turvivor, I be X. V. Also a native Moonshae (tetcher) wjio didn't ged." liove.ofthe Faculty of that day. The have tho least idea of teaching so as to get , THY IT YOUUbUJL,!-'Tho firm ofCyrts Adama boya who formjd the cltatj then aru rep- me on npidly, and only thought of his Tbs proof of tho pudding Is not In eliswfss tb & Co., of Chicago, estimate that if tho resented by a fdiv worn and weary pilgrima tullub (wages) ond how to do the least work ktrlng, but In liuvlngau opportunity to try th nr. spring wheat crop should turn out ai well awaiting tho rtummonj to lay down their Tbo Largest Btook of "Wotohea, Clock?, to entitle him to draw his monthly salary. tiilujuurwlf, JlcltoWrti t Staff, tits iMugjMs, as last year, the aggrcgite when crjp of ourdena. Uul tula is growinz eloomr. Ci Jewelry and Silverwara linicafrMtrUl boltUof Dr. l)oawko'n fug!iand j And here comes Samson's riddle, often quo- l.yng Syrup for each and rry ee wbo i aflicfMl Rvir bought to this market Prles tower than the Unite J States will hardly equal SCO,- - to Danville hoary hesdo 1 lingerer,-- , and be of this venal hireling ted, once again. Out with Couglw, C'eita, Asthma, Comuwjitton r any I 000,000 bujLela. tbo Lowest. Watsbes, Clocks ami Jewelry Be- young again for a few brief hour. 1 nil! get a blesnator my caturea; learn j Lsng.rt!on. palred on tboit sotiee and Warranto!. Sci-fflBtehlunterioronnwI Couritr-Jovm- GEO. O. BARNES BUGGIES. BUGGIES, BUGGIES! OUR STOCK IS RTQW COMPLETE, -- Cnrriages, Jngunr Phaetons, Buck Boards, Carls, Surreys. humnni-tyjustasou- rs i- 2Lro sola l&acoirits, Eus-tach- 1 J four-acre- BRIGHT H. C. CURRAH.1 RUPLEY! NEW GOODS '"SPRING & SUMMER TAYLOR BROS. FAMILY GROCERIES 4 OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY n y s THE LION WROUGHT IRON RANGE, k Fai?yHsiHK5issyfci(y x isiiinBP"" ijii s. i W. H. J .iJLTSBP r 1 WmmwmWl'AlMm PHARMACISTS, -- d aruc.es. '0"--) well-know- n JEWELERS. ! 7 tyrv ' Stanford, Ky Juno 2, 1885 LOCAL l. iff. TIME CARD. Hall train colnr Korth (oUth Kipmslraln" fouth..,. .. ti Horb., re , HS 2 03 A. H. lair. m. 182 a, x. Solar r. x. calculated on standard time. The t'm ! About 20 minutes faster l 0t?aU NOTICES. Boy your achool booki from Penny A McAllMer. Watches and Jewelry repaired on rhort notice and warranted by Penny A McAlia-tor- . Buy the Ham Hoc Ketuoly, the original nud only genuine, from Penny AMcAN later. A complete atock of jewelry, Uleat Btylo. Kockford watchea a fptcialty. Penny ft MoAllatcr. Fori coueha, ooldn, Ac, uao Couin. Srrup of Whlto Pine, in 25 and Wc bottle. Pre" pared by Mcitobertt A StapK. Faiimeim, Keaii This. Go to Dr. M. L. UounieV druc store and net one ptiokaite of Ham A. Clark1 Hoc Remedy. If you aro not ratlrfled after utins it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL. Miw Ki rriE IIiiauo, of .Mt. Vernon, in n jjucat at the College, Mitt AwtA Hakeu, of Boyle, U tho (neat of M(m Nellie Gainer. t f John B. Owsley, J u, hi returned a from collrge at Lebanon, Tenn. Mrs. I 8. Hamilton haa bien on' Miss Fannie Hill haa returned from Danghtf ra College, Harrodabur. Miss Kate Kdelin, of Alum Springs, if the guett of Mr. Geo. II. Bruce. W. B. Mcnbelle, of Matamora, Ind., haiarived to gire the band inntruction. Mrs Leo IIayden, who hat been in Text for rereral month, returned Fri day. . Mimes Louella Bright and Millie Harlan are Tlaitloc the family of Mr. S. II. viit to her children in Louirille. Btughmar. Miss Mary Gvlley, of Garrard, and Mia Ella Broaddu, ol Madiron, are the guetlii of Mlaa Belle Tyrre. Mr. J. Collin Gentry and wife hare been on a rialt to her brother, Mr. Nathan Fbutnate at Broadhead. Mi8 Urwic Bryant, of Tenn , a former graduate of the College, la gladdening her many friend here with her praaence. Mr and Miw Ciias. W. Khemer, after rereral wrekk' viait to the family of H.T. Harria, Kq., returned to New Albany, Iud , yesterday. Miss Km.ma Garrard, of Manchei-tc- r, I here to attend oommencemtnt. She baa entirely regained ber hetlth and ia looking remarkably well. Of the 18 aweet girl graduates at Daughter College, laat wk, Lincoln county furnihel two Sorely one in the prain of Miu Fannie Hill, of Stanford, and Mia Bltnckc Twidwell, of Huatos-Till- e. LOCAL MATTERS. Liiihtnino struck and riddled dine telSaturday's storm blew down a house ephone posts in a row near Pick Cottage, bolnnging to J. Oitenbeimer near Highland Saturday, and killed a mule for Mr. S. S. Mullins. The hail in that vicinity was xcij dealruc- A colored woman, Bettie Aloorn by to gardens, name, who lived near McKinney, was ad- tlve judged a lunatic, Friday. A large crowd llsiened to F. F. Bobbin yesterday and judging Lojt, Thursday evening laat on the at the Co grounds ol the Gun Club, a small memo- irom me noise It muat have been a good randum bjok. The finder wilt receive re- ahow. Mr. Millrr made a few remark too, we learn, aa did also Preaident Jar. ward by leaving same at thia offi:e. man, the colored aspirant. The ladiea of the Presbyterian church The brakemen on tbeK, C. struck yesof McKinney, will givo a atrawberry festiterday againft a 10 per cent, reduction ol val for the benefit of the church on Thura-danight June 4th. Ample preparations their wages and it ia said that other grades will bo made for a large crowd and all are of employes will follow. The company states that business i eucb as to imperacordially invited to attend. tively demand a reduction of expenses, but Some enterprising citinna yesterday promise to reinstate wages when business apruog the question of holding a atock ia better. fair hero aome time in July and n paper for The Annual Concert, given by tho Mu aobacriptior wa immediately drawn up -- sic Clattaof Sinn ord Female College, occur with Mr. Will Hiys aacauvaaacr. He oured 4S subtcrlber at $10 cioh and the red laat uiflit nnd was a'.tendeJ by an unuau-all- v larji! audience, which showed its apfair ia almost a certainty. A meeting of the aubicribera will be held at tho Cjurt-Hous- e preciation in a manner that must have in a measure rep lid thoac painstaking and at 'J ! M Wednesday, competent teachers, MiaRes Addio Purncll The County Court composed of all the and Georgia E'dnMge, for their year of migiatratcs met yeaterday and fixed tho Bteady effort in behalf of their pupil. county levy nt IK) cents on tho S10O worth That they did their duty fully and well ia of property and the (mil tax at $1 Sheriff abown in the almoat faultlts manner in Manefe gave bond for the collection of the which the ptrformers rendered the moatdlffi- revenue. A subieription of $2 025 was cultielections both vocally md ina'rameat-all- y. ordered in the Stnnfjrd, Dix River & GarFoil swing is the programme: rard Turnpike and the time fixed for the IIIUB FROM TIIK OrCXA. completion of the road. It waa alao order- CosricnT SlAcii-8p!a- noi H'altenhiupl MlfMt Luer Tate, Mien Wearen, LUile Farrta. ed that the oor houie be let for a term of MttlarJ three year at tho expiration of the present Lkt la (io WlllCRK I'LKAU'BK Mliiei Heiti.ShreTf, ilattlo McAlliler, Ellra, term, Mattle and Margie Otviley, Iteulo Held, Fannie Braag, Little Farrit, Elian Wearrn. C. L. Brown, the Stock Train.-C- oI. Oiovanxi mmm. ganMemanly General Ticket A?ent of the Mltwt i:i(ta Owtley, Mtdlo White, Jennie Crane K (',, was here yeaterday in conference 1l Tsovatokk .. with our heavieat ahippera. He tell us Mlwi Fannlo Itugj, May Adamt, Uertha Reg-erKate Yetger. that beginning on Siturday, June 13, his TlTi!u-Vocal8- olo -- ..Ttrni road will put on a apeclal atock train, to Mlti Mattle McAlltter. Irave Rowland at noon on Tuesdays and FAtar- -2 Hanoi Mr. by Mack MImm Hartle Glrena. Loutnna Bibb, Laura Stturdaya and to reach Cincinnati in time Hubble, Belle ltournr. for the beat two mtrketa ol the week, Sunday' and Wedaesday'a. Thia will be good Boiibmias OiRi-- S plinoi, 1 organ, Arr. by Jlrunntr MttatsJannla Crane, Miggle and Linda Oiriley, news to our ahippera and we hereby call Hestle Held, Belle Bourn, Lou Dunn, Ella tjhankt. their especial attention to the train. rnailsBi: al Duet ..T arShot at Him. Henry Walla was MImm Little Ftrrh and Btwle Rtld. rested Friday on a warrant aworn out by Dausiitnb or iiik Rw.iuknt- -3 rtanot.. Brunntr Mlatei Ftnnle Bragf, My Adami, Ikrtha Itog- hia wife charging him with ahootinfc at her , Kate Yjagrr. Sallle King, Mattta MeAllittr with intent to kill. Ho was taken-beforPeer A TskSkut 2 plinos Arr. by Sf Judge Varnon and held in bail for trial Mlmi Jennie Crane, Etlti and Maggie Owtler, nextTnuraday. According to Mr. Wall.' Anna Crow, Jole..- .....ArdUi atory hia wife ia far from being true to her L'EiTilu-Yoe- al MlHltertieShreie. marriage vow. She haa for several year MAaTlfA- -2 plinoi Arr. br Jierftr peraiatod in going with other men and a Mlnea Foate rcnnUgten, Kittle Uauibmtn.Lll- few day before the arreat, he caught her lle Miller, Little Farrli. William TtitL in company with one Craig Bau;h santer Vn4ni MliMiOUie Williauit, XJnie Sbcban, Little ing leisurely alon; through a shady dell. rollltte, Mattle hchwlrr. The aight maddened htm and ho began Norma ..Arr. by fiurfmulhv firing kt BiUgb, who threw up hia hands Mlua Jennie Ciase, Madle White, May Uclu, Btsile Iltld. and begged for quarter. At the same time Foftr hold of Two Mkrry hia wife ran up and tried to catch MIiim rtertle bhrere fl Mattle McAlltter. the pistol. To prevent her, he says h TAaASrHttK-Mtaoto- lo Sid Smtik gave brr a aHore, which laid her out on Ml Anna Crow. alii-i- i or Bausjau'-- ptiiHM, l wgtn ..Soye the green gnat, lis deiiw thit he su r at MImvi Luer Tale, Ida l'rawltte, Etltt Owtley, trlexl to Irjoro her in any manner. her or BfrllSbr, Malllo Uwelry, Jennie McKU- She haa ninca gone off with Biugh, as he ney, May Helm, IJule Kttrn. allege, against whom he aweara SriaxiMi MAinhNt-Voc- al UuKUrg St Jo MUtea Kllta Owly Ktlm Wearen, lki!p Iteld. and from the eavag-- minner in H'JUK-I'U- lio SJo,..M TSIUig whioh he haudleJ a huge army revolver, urt-House y fort them in this dark hour of grief. The remains were taken to the Rush Branch church cemetery for interment and there in the pretence of many friends they were laid to real, yesterday morning. RELIGIOUS. TBCE aHE-A-- F GBOCEB. . WBa" T. R. WALTON, -- Presbyterian blue i a new color in hosiery. Rev. P. T. Hale wilt preach at the Baptist church here next Sunday at 11 o'clock. The General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church South baa adjourned to meet next year at Auguta, Ga. P.jv. Ii. R. Riddell, pastor of the First Baptiat church nt St. Paul, charged with untruthfulness and unchastity, has been found guilty. There have bten 51 names added to tbo church list of the Mt. Sterling Christian church since the firs', day of January. Sentinel-Demccrat. DEALER IN. hj-- t rn SfKfi: s rfflH m rrl The seventh annual meeting of the Methodist Woman's Board of Miraions will be held in Knoxville, Tenn., June 4, 1SS5. Miaaionaries Mr. and Mrs. Reid, Mias Lockie Rankin and Mi's Blanche Gilbert rill be prerent. The protracted meeting at tho Meth-cdichurch, conducted by Rev. L. of Covington, continues. There have been seventy-onconveraiona. Tho houre Is crowded almost to suffocation every night, Richmond Register. Rav. P. T. Hale still continues his meeting at Junction City. It was his intention to have closed Sunday night but nine persons coming formard and professing Carlst induced him to prolong it as long as such interest is manifested. The additiona now number 75. e And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. IN ADDITION TO GROCERIES AND t'EOVmONS, HE KEErj Tin-- , and Queeiisware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, Glass- - To- yji a, LAND. STOCK AND CROP Buy plow gear of T. R. Walton. Dr. J. Carpenter is standing a fine bull at $5. J. S. Hughes bought of Andy Cowan a large mule for $150. J. E Brucs sold two red shoits to be shipped to Knoxville for $12 The Shelby County Creamery burned Saturday. Loss, $3,000; insure! for about $2,000. Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. Canned Goods from the Best Canneries of the Country. e Tho county levy of Fayette haa been cents on the $100 and the poll tax at $2. Sales of a lot of 1.150 lb. cattle at $5 00, stock hogs at 4, fat hogs at 41 and fat sheep at 4 cents are reported in the L;x-into- n (iotftte fixed at 47 B. F. Robinson haa purchased in this county, Boyle and Garrard some 2.500 lambs at 5 cents for June 15 delivery and 4 for July 15 and later. The J'i iee Current says the number of hogs packed in the West, from March 1 to date ia 1.520,000, an increase of 255,000 over same time last year. County Couivt. Yesterday was a very fine day. and an average crowd waa in tiwn. Bjeineaa was fair. Capt. II. T. t B'jah reports 250 common cattle on market, selling at 3 to 4 cents per lb. A good demand for first class stock but none Very little rale for hones. 5 offered. head of grade Jerajy cows sold at $15 to ab-ni- For Bargains, There Is No Place Like the Corner of Main and Somerset Sts. I Giata-VocalD- ueL Over 40 'Buggies, Carriages, S vn-gean- fl, s Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagons, Over JtO iFnriu BnAiTMTL Flower Pat. T. U. Walton." he meana buaineaa. Mln Jennie Crane. ftaal-abern- Mkxxo Kunia .Vittr,I The bat tea can Curran'. 11 be bad at Bright t Wrought Iron Binge, full trimmed, for $10 from V, II. Hlgglna. cm hm a mn you can get It i aaid that litr. Morria Eraoa has been engaged to take charge of the Female College at Ltncaater. The raina of Saturday were yery heary all orer the cpuoty and in aome portions much damage reaulted. m Come and ace the handaomcit line of dinner, tea and chamber acta, alro fancy eter brought to Stanford at Bright A CurranV. glawre A sumptcocs supper will be aprtad tonight by the ladlei of the Cbrietian church in the Ofiley Hall over Mcltabarta A StaggV drug store. Everything in the est-in- g line will be in abundance. Only fifty cents admiaaion will be charged at the door. Acorpino to a alatement which apiwar-i- n is always ed forward to here with great solicitude, not only by the atudenta of the College, but by many ol their older aistera, who in the MerThe numerous the occaaion to exhibit their finery, cer County National Bank in this county, and inauy a prayer is wafted f jr good whoae building was burned laat week, weather. These petitions seemed likely to learn with pleaaure that the building was paaa unanswered, however, when the heavy fully insured, money and books saved and raina of Saturday were followed by lowerthat tho only loaa will be iu the temporary ing clouds early Sunday morning, but by inconvenience of a change of quarter. 9 o'clock these were all gone and a lovelier lookem-braatock-LolJe- 12,98 1 thia Lin: In cjunty ha lesi in properly than laat year, 34 lea taxpayer and 17 leaa voter?, while there baa been an Increaaa of 1,033 children of the rcbool age. There aecma to be aacrew looae lomewhere. i.u, i Tne lateness of the hour procludea the our obliging deputy County Clerk, has r extended notice that the performance deseveral weeks of hard work on the booka, furnished ua with the fal- serve. All did well, but in so lengthy a statement of the taxable property programme it would be difficult to particulowing larly even if time and apace permitted. in Lincoln oounty: The performances that atand out preemi(2,TiS,: IJ,l;crM0f lnJ, Tilutd at SIMM nent, howeyer, are tbo vocal soloa ol Misses. it! town tela, valatd at -- . 191,115 Mattie McAlister and Bertie 8breve, the J,S !w and uarra, Tlutl at 1 VU mulci, ralurJ at lOi.M.I duet by the same young ladies, the pinno 13,211 lUjeDneta, TalueJ at aolo of Miss Jennie Crane and the duet by 31,614 . 12.627 ibffp, TalueJ at and Baie Raid. 26.07 Miaaes L'nie II, 418 b?i, valued at . 150 KS The-- e 10,117 tattle, TalueJ at were the loudest applauded and 130,150 m W Morn, Tiii(.l at while all were enjoyed, they were more so, 2$,C7. -- Carrla;ei, Ac., valued at In anawer to a number of urgent 24,732 Watches, clocViaml plinoi, valued it...- Mim Eldridge appeared during the Value undrfiuallittlon law J65.058 programme and sacg in her moat delightTotal auewd valoe ....! I, HC, 160 ful manner, "Tom Moore" and in reaponso . .... 1,435 AJdfd by aupervlaor to a prolonged encoe gave "Rabin Adair" Jl,107M aa only an artist can. She is one of the There are in the county 3.353 sweetest of singers and loveliest of women. 3,313 legal votera; 5,772 chiland The closing selection by the class was very dren of the school age; 4 blind persons and finely rendered and the audience dispersed 0 deaf and dumb. Of tobacca there waa greatly pleased with the entire perform-ancpounds, of corn ralaed laat year 100,279 the Commencement exer-ciee- s 4R7.223 bushel and of wheat 151,497. But will be held in the same building. 1.1 dog are tiatrd fir taxation and yet djr nf-te- Lincoln's Wealth. Mrs. E A. Blain, 850. Wagons and many other :okSn to he AT WHOLESALE PRICES. Agent. ... Clark Ciah had on exhibition hcie yeaterday his fine jick.Tenneesee, which he purchased last spring a year ago and also five of hii colts, which arc perfect beauties in sua and in form, 3 feet 5 to 7 inches in hight. Mr. Ciah preferred not to advertise him last season, knowing that his offspring would speak his praises better than he could. Tennessee ia four years old, 14 hands high and aa fine a jack as anybody's. 5E1V ADTKRTIREBEKTti. RETAILED Too Many Goods on Hands; Trndo is Dull and They 'Must Bo Sold. GEO. 1). WEAKEN, Muutifitcfiirei-fe- ' II19IEXSE SIOCK OF- - SALE. A imall Farm, well located, good landi; Irom 120 to 130 Actct. Call on J. 8. Murphy, Stanford, Ey. WAI& M'EOBEETS AIX PRICES KY., Will practice In the Courta of Boyle and adjoining countlM and In the Court of Appeals. ATTOUNEY DANVILLE, ALEX. ANDEHBON, A.T 3JA.AV, -- FAl'll AND- - AT - TRIMMED BEADY FOR THE WALL! & AMD e. To-nig- IiKB P. HUrFMAN, r eunoEON Htreet,jaivi'ieT, two above Ofire South theMycra Hotel: PureKltroua Oxide Oaa alialntatered qolrad. STANFORD, aide Main K.Y. doora whan re- - ing the year 1S2 aheep valued at 555S were killed by doga. Commencement Sunday STAGG'S. STYEES. MARRIAGES. - i. m having required the Silver Creek Distillery to ceaae opera-tionCipt. G. IT. McKinney, tho gauger, ia at homo for tho preecnt. He tells us that during the months of February, March, April and Miy ho gauged 7,178 caijks of spirit, aggregating 339,353 gallon. of Health riiE Board '' dty never g'aldentd such an Got Him Aoain. Marahal G. T. Helm arrested Joo Hughe at Mllledgeyille Friday toge'her with hi comrade, Jninea WIN eon, win is alo mippoed to bn a convic. It U to bo hoped that the penitentiary an thoritien will make an extra cflort to hold Hughes thia time, or give up tho job and HPnd him homo a free man. Since a jury of competent nnd impartial men hive decided that when a man' property ia takon and hia premise lastingly diftlgured, a sufiicient sum must bo paid him to cover hia damage.', the City Council ban wisely determined to odandon the prrjct of widening upper Miln atreot. The necrraity of tuch r. step did not exist In the firat pUcj.at lean many imputial citfztna nre of tbatimprtrsiou. 1 The large Opera House was well filled when Mrs, Truehcart and her little army of teachera and scholars entered and occupied seats on the stage. The picture was a lovely one and when music in anthems of praise was added, the car aa well as the ere was delighted. Rev. I S. McElroy, of tbo Mt, Sterling Presbyterian church, had been chosen to deliver lue rermon ana hts pretence waa a, source, of much gratification to hia old congregation and other friends here. Selecting for bis text the four last ver'ci of tlm third chapter of Second Timothy he delivered a characteristic discourse,' replete with beautifully worded passages, practical and appropriate Btiggcs-tioand timoly nud earnest advice totboao about to eincrgo from school to enter the stern realities of life. Its delivery occupied aome 40 minutes and at its closo the class sang another hymn and the pleasant nnd profitable oxercisis wore at an end. Fortwelvnyeira it hi hardly filled to win on Commanccmeut Sunday and tbi large crowd congratulated itself on getting back homo once without the usual wetting Mr. Godfrey Dirbishir, of England, obtained lictnse yesterday to marry Mias Annie Shelby, daughter of Col. Isaac Shol-bJr. Immediately after the ceremony, which will occur Wednesday, the new pair will leave for New York, from whence they will mil hy firs', steamer to the groom' home in England. -- Mr. Ii. C. Bradley arrived with his bride, who was Miss Amanda Drye, Thura day night. He beat his pursuers and reached the Indiana shore safely. Then proceeding to the St, Cloud Hotel in the matrimonial knot waa tied Rev. Mr. Sheets, of the Methodist church. Mi a Eva Bradley accompanied the runaways. We hope their married life will bo rewarded with the bnppineaa that their persevcrence dercrvea. DEATHS. DB. W. B. i'ENNY. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Offlce on Lancaster atreet, rext door to Inj-rio- r Journal office. Office houra from 8 toll a. ii, and 1 to 5 P. H. Aneithctlct administered when nccettary. 1154-Iy- r, mftfiR Dontlst. "The Bourne from which no Traveler Returns Sick." The boy atooJ on the burning deck, Determination In bla eye 'Torllourne'a Drug Store lam bound, I'm for the little Doc or die!" T trickle, twinkle, little itar, My irlcnd, tho cbfapvit goods, by lar, At Eourno'a Drug Store you will find Tho purest, best, ol every kind. Suburban Lajidfor Sale ! LAND ACHES BLUE-ORA8- S In suburbs ofS'anlord for aalo. A part of old as a wboloor in parcola to Helm place. To d suit inircliaserj. For paatlculan applv to NINETY-FIV- E 26-- II'. !. M'KI.VU,or j?. iiocnr.srv.ti. t. FOR SALE, PRIVATELY. DWELLING AND STORE-I'.om- o combined. Best bmtnras location in thi place. A bargain can lie had by addressing or applying atonce to T. CIlltlHTKUHOS, McKinney, Ky. U.im A DESIRABLE J. K2&! GE!, ICE! JaA-- D Mary had n little lamb, (For Barnum she auould quldly tend); But Bourne liai the nicest lot Of Drugs and rings, breast plna and things, Of spectacles and soaps, perfumes and eatclops, Patent medicines of all kinds, Globe mixed palntr, cordials and vines And every thioic elae, the cheapest and Vejt, At The New Drng Store, (to rhyme, In "Bourne crer mere." Y lira till daeth, M. - IKJl'KNE, at the Ncvr Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. I- rt aAsajjawaaajajajaaasaUjTJawmraVialai ummmmiMttm ns Mr. Faulkner Holmes, who spent most I will deliver let to ngular customer In Stanford andvlclnlti tvery morjln; at of his lifo near Crab O chard, died n few days ago of pn?umonla, aged 73. Hi was ONE CENT PER POUND living at tho time at tho Barnett place on iceouatsdue a tho cloio of each month, or the Hustonvillo pike. His remains were when cut'onier nulla. ig.tf it. k. n.iiinon: taken to Crab Orchard for interment. At 3 r. M. Sunday after horrible sufferAT ing from intcrsueccption and feacal impaction, de.th came to .the relief of Mr. N.T. Hughe?, in the 33J year of his age. Ho it OrrostTK wro a quiet, unobtrusive man, a good citi-aand a cleyer gentleman and the com DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY, condoleoco for Meataarortrredat all hours. Clame alwara on muntty joins in heart-fri- t an J to Ita aeatoo, oyaten freah nth, and aim-lithe weeping wife and three little children, handdflleaelestervedlnnll atyloa and on ahort May the notice. I.oo out (or the Un ' Woodblno Restauto whom hi loss is irreparable. and call when you are hungry. Father of ih fatherless and the GoJ of rant" jr. n.ii.i8oxiiEr.iit:n Diuville, Ky. oonolatinu to ite nidow suetain and com JUL tfreiier AND ( , v Masonhoimer's Restaurant CouRT-IIous- JDealei- - n ar .&.. A Full and complete assortment of Furniture, einbrncJiiK.eT. crytliiiiK from the, ClicnpeHt to tho Finest Parlor Sullcs. So nccil to j;o to tho larRo cIIIch to limko your purchaser, no mtter what quantity or quality you uant, its I can and will dnplicnio any prlccn you can obtain elHCwhere, freight IieliiR aiitictl. Alao a full tissortment ot Collln.s, Cacs, Nhroutln and Robes emlr nil aim wnu NtvieN. both chenp and expensive. Ware rooaab opposite Nt. Asuph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. in 3ET,iii-iiitiu- e I ir V DANVILLE, Sam- - BRIGHT, LIOCOLM COUNTY. it. a. ai r. oovKii. Tho meeting of trie Er Confederate at Spring on Tim Eagleiuai.'-- j firm last Saturday, lor the jiur.isee of organizing pose Mustang Liniment only good a club in memory cf those who struggled to The fine Imported Norman stallion will make the for horses? It is for inflnhimn. staxmul isaiat tneatablo .r J v.nray, ai Laid for the "Lot Came," was not largely Cottage," l'j miles from Stanford, tion of all flesh. to euro or moaey refunded Internal, lixteroal, attended, owing to the rainy day. The folwere pmetH at cigh. Blind, Bleeding or Itching Piles. I'rlco 80 cents AT 815 THE NKAHOX, lowing Il'hltadelpbla TiniM. Bishop Dudley will preach Friday A McAllster, a box. No Oa t ii to Ittivrtx a Colt. "It's rather a curious fact," said a gentle uruggisu. cure, no pay, Teauy roll cali: night of this week at tho Episcopal church. man nnd unprofo'sioiml proitldlgltatour, Third Ky. CaUary, (Morgan' men) S. On Thursday at 4J o'clock r. st , there will Chatnpo Is a dark gray, IT", hands bUh, wolghs Daughters, Wives and Mothers. ''that none of the shows and circuses that f May Thompl.fleo pounds and Is o years old the 2Vth Bvyie county; Ca. I. be Biptisunl services. We emphatically guirantco Dr. Marchlsl'i usofo ninny adjoctlvea in describing what next. He Is of tine style and aellon, geo-- l In tbe well.sbap-rCo. E. Joe Arnold. loins, welt rlbtxM and large body, with son Arnold, Garrard; a female remedy, to cure Female Diseas The Danville Literary Club met Fii-da- y they havo got do not bring to this country n shoulders: head and neck well set on. He was really flno troupj vt niagiclani. It tuny bo es, as Ovarian tmutds, Inflammation and Imported Garrard; Cj 1. Jjb Arnold, Garrard; Co. ly (J W. StuM.ltfleld A Co ,cf night at tho residence of J. A.Quteacn-berxsiblo that they will not come, but It cer- Ulceration, Falling and dliplaettuttit or bearing 111., epteniler 14, mi E. NicboliB Salter, Garrard; Capt. Co E. The question discussed was "The tainly voulil bo a paying iuvastmont, as tho down feeling, Irregalarittlea, Uarrcnneu, Change We will also stand at the saino place our fine people In tho United Statoi bare no It C. FarrU. Garrard; Ca. F. S M. Eojj- - Future of tho Negro Rice." ot Life, Loucorrbcea, bealdea many sreakneases young Jack, Thsalreof trotters and roadsters and iuor fancy idea of tho trick that arc exocuted by springing from the shore, like Headache, Bloatand flritx lass Ltstern hurses than aoy other stallemau. Liucolr; Cj.I. Dr. David Logan, Mellie Kirtley, charged with receiv toino of tho jugglers of the east lion in Kentucky, will make lb initm of ISM ing, Spinal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous deBoyU; Capt Co. I. John Byerr, Garrard; jng 8tojen go0j8 knowing them to have of fcTfco llniMt exhibition I over witnoswjJ," on bility, Palpitation of tun Heart, Ac. For sale by At 810 for n I.lslnir Colt. Iloston Is a lieau four tulles weet willRtanfgrd, directly -- rretho Knob bo permitted to mares at Co. I. John Higsinbotham, Garrard; Co been stolen, was tried Saturday and comcontinued the ioaker, "was in Anain. I druggists. Prices SI and !1 (0 per bottle, fend tiful black, lH bauds nigh, was foaled November Lick pike, and low price of the extremely Knd, he and Is by 10, I. K.A. McGratb, Garrard; Co I. Dave mitted for further trial in default of $0 was trnvpling through tho country with a to Dr. Marchlsl, Utlcs, N. Y for pamphlet, free dam 1S70, Jim Porter,West dam fcnoo by Warrior, bis 940 iIiuh'ciiHou or$UO (IiiHiirc. by Fly,ty a Mam flrst party of O rmaii olllcials, when we atopped For sale by Penny A McAllstrr, Dru&tsl. moth and Warrior Jack. Arnold, Garrard; Price' Army of Misou-r- i. bnd. (Irass Si per month. Du will ono nljht nt nu inn where it chanced that Pastille furnished at reafonablx rates, but will be takenfurnished at accidents or escapes, care will to present but Timothy Ford, Garrard; Cj. C, 21 The annual meeting of the Boyle a number of magicians woro resting. There not ba reipomlhle for accidents shold auy oecur. not be responsible should any That Dirty Dandruff. ociur. IIJUVA lVAKKFlliltO. Description and P. dig roe -- Nobby Is a Jet black Tennessee. H C Arnold, Garrard; Pricb'a County Auxilllaiy to American Bible So- were six of thorn, four msn and two wonion. Dandrufl Is dirty and dliircenblo In OTcry way. with atar la forehead aud two whit fet, 10 hands Army of Miuoari. W. N. Burk, Garrard; ciety was held at the M. E Church South, all very small, except one, who was n iloihy It soils the clothing continually ani Is accompa t Inch high, tin msne and tall, good, bony leg, giant, resjinbllng tho typical wrostlara. I beautiful head and neck, lexcellent shoulder, back Cth Georgia Saturday evening. Dr. Geo. Savago, State soon made thoir acquaintance, as I was thon nied by a hardly less annoying setiintlonof Itchand lotn lnfid, faultleis lo symmetry; and wilt ing. Tbe icalp Is diseased. There is nothing in guarantee therndoesn't lire aslalllon pisscsseJ ot after the crowd had collected and Agent of tho Society was present. greatly Intonated in legerdomaln, and soon tbe world so thoroughly stapled to tuU trouble Just won thnlr good will. to ecjjy themselves, the I hare concluded had farely Mr.R.P.C. Wilson, of Platte City, for mo to show them Tnoy were very eager as Parker's Hair Ba sam, It cleanses and heals toThis fine young saddle stallion marea at the low a better disposition, and these qualities be Inrarl- my imparts to nis progeny. As an erwsnce that letserre a limited number ol my hswlll produce rery tsst horses when crossed on rain commenced to pour down and if it had Mo., has been elected by the faculty of skill. I did so, but an exhibition of thoy the scalp, stops tbe tailing hair and rtslores Us price ot in evory caw good msres Is the tact that some of his sery speed-linot been for the large tent that Cipt. Sam Centre College lo address the College Liter caught mo and laughed at my efforts, ex original softness, gloss and colcr. Is not oily, rolls litre tit'i'n but a sir Waller dam to dressing. Very h'ghly perfumed, an Itfoiiim-i- ii tbem This ol Itstlf la reneluilse Miller was thoughtful enoush to have pro- ary Societies on the I5th inst. He is the cepting one. Though I triei some of our a only a snail oc iilonal application Which money I will eipend on his education after pnd that thspd tout's Iroiu the tire. Nobby boat trickt upon thorn, curiouily enough, tho la llieiliei fNu'.l.y Jr.. reoort IM1,, K.ld to W. vided, the meeting would have broken up father of Mr. Francis M. Wilson, of tie tbe season Is orer by placing him In the hsndsof C VMr. of Ohio most stupid thing of all fooled them. It kiepsthebar In perfi--t condition. fr fl.OO). Oliof Ins mils trotdl horse msn, only to steady him twit gnod the wetteU crowd that ever attempted nn Sop) omore class. ted laat seAHii with sexy Utile baiHllnig In 3S4. was the old 'Pharaoh's serpents'' trick, In his galls, for he has thew naturally. I expect Nobby was sired by t,arrard Iblef the aire ol Hull 'organisation, br m it wan, all went ofl which was so much In vogue some years ago. tnixblblt him at tbe Fairs. OlllKdgetl S years . -P- rof. W K Argo, Principal of the D MambrlrH) Hll'py t tit;. lied Crook old this tfprlnc, dark bay or brown, 13),, bands Dike t "After I had tlnUhed my exhibition tho Hill An-Si; Uarrard I'blefby Mambrino lovely and as nice a dinner aa opred as it & D. Institute, will attend the National high aad a perleet model In lorio lie was a'red ('Mm, slreor jly Thorn. 2 IS'. WwKlfortl Mam doors wens clo oJ, and only thaw admittoJ Int. 01EIVfe by on of the noted old Denmark family, Lest was ever our lo: to pirtako of and auch " Commiicn of Charities and Correction, who paid regular brlno22l,and aeseralothera iu the 2 SO list; 1st llubbte's On Time: Istdatn by one ot the grandest a admittance fee a atnall Tblshealih-glrln- g Hesort will only men with the memory of Csmp Cbsse which convenes at Washington City on the sum and soau tho apartbieut boins illlod my tuanigtaent this Summerand as It Is le under horsex ere; known to any countrr;kCabtde's Old dam br Frank, id dam brAritas 3d dam by season, entirely Lextngtnn.a horse that has taken inure'prsmluuis llh damby Dlorardr Nobby's dsiu a and the 'ml days of the Confederacy can 5th inst. Mr. Argo was appointed a dele- the magicians began their performance. refitted aud relurolsbed, 1 tan promise tuy patroia than and got more good horses lha Mif known tbnruuthbrv'l msie, salitobe by Imp Tranby. Parting with marcs shall forfeit the Insurance) in Tbe audience sat on the floor about the comfort as well as health. Hoard, 17 per week, horse, any horseman will tellyou a.'th'ervftir we Alter dinner the next gate to this meeting by Gov. Knott. folly appreciate , . cents. VHO If, fakirs, so that they had no way of conceal- per meal. 50 have a Vie of double atcottage, 17 per should Dot let the strains ot the- - tare families all cases. Htanrord, Ky. the depot to rundown. Ills 2d dam was by Faulkner's Young week. Will ' conreyaEce Sam thing in order wan speaking. Cipt. The verdict of the Boyle county men ing thenifolvej or of hiding any thing. At meet passengers I America, I'nele Peter ((entry ears be was the lst will will also stand a FINT YOUMi JACK that bo rcntilttvl toserre a forjwd mares at 110 introduced Mr. J. C Thompson, of who have stocked their ponds with Ger their rcqueit I exambod them and satUlloi ..'am Miller .i. it. s t'o ox.i. ii oi:k. brieder that erer stood In Uoylc county. Third to Insure. Ibis Jack will l a years old th 7th ol dsiu by Taylor's Meangr. Harrodsourg. who led off in a speech of man cart), is that they are a very poor fih myself that they bad nothing about them. September, lefully IS bauds high. He was sired Than ono of tho women steppaJ into the JJ by thejark that was eold by W. U Caldwell (or I 30 minutes, followed by Cipt. Sam M. Bur no matter what pains are taken in preparSaw 11,100 and was taken to California He is s halt tho rest remaining behind the brother o(lb I,1U0 pound Jack owned by Mr. Pey-to- u good hit in speaking of ing them for the table. The best cooks dette, who made a who formed a closo ring around them. This fine young Jack will also make the season lanbrre. AMI LU Jill Kit TAHIS, C.UC. oftsMat my suwe. on mile from Manfred ou the loyalty of the reconstructed Rebels by (enerally fall cooking them bo that they Tho Hcht was now turnod down a, little, and in a moment the woman's face began to bo Oa top of the Knobs, closo by J. Carter's Orccery the HustonTllleplke, at saying that he felt Bititfied that of the are fit to eat. Store. illumined by a ghostly light that extended 88 to Insuro a Living Colt. thousands throughout the land there was In these days when nearly everything, quickly over her entire boiy. Bho then be- FOOTS A' WIIEShSIl, Proprietor: & MISSISSIPPI W. not oi3 but willingly accept any office including the hatching of chickens, is dooe gan to move round ani rounJ, uttering a rUese Walker Is a browu with white oldti, IS For all kin Js of general t.uuiWr bbluglea, Ac., by years old hands Jack within the gift of the President and would by machinery, it is not often a mechanic low, murmuring sound, the while, gradually builders and others can uot find l a better market to men high, 4 of th flnrst and said Jacksgood Ken In Lined lab on "Oool Material quickening the pace until she was whirling suit theniselTes. Our motto Th Direct Itoul to keep it until forced to resign. Col. Bur-de- lt undertakes what Mr. A. C. Alverson has about like a top, lor Reasonable Rates." Postot&ce address, Halls tucky, Hsa actions Ilk a horse, quick aod sure you patronise us we will pretutM not to detain If lisp. Ky. by Mr. H. C. Kauflman just accomplished, viz: The making ol was followed UA tuomont of this and tho light that had you long on tbe Jack's account. jr. ;. . it t it. lUititiH. and Col. Xtt. Oaither, of Harrodsburg. four dtzsn "roller cradles." All the work clung about her seomod to bo whirled oil by centrifugal force, and assumed a pillar-lik- e Okl. G. is something of a sport ani above has been done by hand and well done as form besido her. As toon aa this was acNorthwest and Southwest by th way of all 'hings admires a gamecock. In speak- even a casual observer can tee. A fine complished she stopped, turnod, and began Dressed Pine Flooring, Ceiling, Weather ! to mold the light with r hands, and, ing of the ciuei that finally led to the Eaglith blado is attached to each cradle. r.OIIN VIMsK or Boards, Finishing Lumber, Green closing exercises, of Caldwell Fe though I could distinctly see her hands overthrow of the South, he mentioned the The make tb seaa of W at mr stables. 2U Will move through the light oa if it were a cloud. Lumber in the Rough, including ChatUtKa hV.ni aad nisrli.siail iuIUm uuth ot IluttonrllU ou th fact that they had the advantage in male College will begin Tuts Jay with a It began to assume human form. We saw liusionriii ,t lifllle isik Laths and Shingles. Liberty road. AMallaH (lleoeo It UT Jo l.liiio, direct souuectlon at IIhm posits with lbs IJghl-nln- g lb sermon Mddreised to tho Senior class by tho arms, bauds and logs all molded, and "In fret, it was putting a tea No. 3110. trial 2 27. icxord 2 to Jo KIiuo Is the Lxpres. ou th fiala A MlnUslppI fr dl ID. r. ti aild for Uuls and ail tolota West. FortheeonTcnlmeof our customers In She next slroofD. C tt. record cock against a four pouud chicken," an ex- Rtv.Dr.O H. B Martin, of the 21 Pres- finally a face and hoadgoar. . IP.OvO the past winter.' Iteslew record 2 W-- Ly- vicinity we base arranged wltn called for a light, and, tbe candles Lelng renl'row lulsslll . IIVilSTli to krrpnn his yifls anaisortiuent curgus' record 2UaudiIark tNakeDeM parer, 1(1 TTfinro natftoM. Leuis, MRg or pression that brought down the tent The byterian church. On Tuesday there will lighted thoro stool an utter stranger, a o two hour It as cheap aa trial In 2 l, Jo Llmo la by Mt i:iu, 2J, iby jiileker than any other line, of our Lumber, wher they can glrlug mir pssseniera Col.' style is unique and entertaining. Af be a recital by members of the primary seemingly evolved out of cloudland. usdlrect, lie wl'l alo make estlmalts for Alexander' AWallab.n heby ityslyke's from time for ;uimIi and first choice of nuts In trains data by ter speaking the meeting was called to or and other classes and the pupils of the Ho stepped forward and grasivod me by tho any ! tils not n n.m Is, wh'th we w fill on -short Meavnger, No 10 Jo I.tiuo's lit 1st daui Mambrino going West. tMatlleH noilc AUUllah .ltira'a JIKI.V1X A hand; his u Lily, Ky. (by Foreigner, by Imp tllenwi 2d and Capt. Salter chosen chairman. The musical department. On Wednesday the spiration, hands were moist, as if with perder by Willie D, and ho was a very hoilthy spirit. dam llettl (J., by Cunningham a Copmr llotlom, 12 Hours Quicker ToilI uha aad bs , yn thais by any chairman then explained the object of the final exercises take placo at the church After bo had talked and drank, a gtaas of by Imp. llusasrd, J.1 dawIlnerTal)uiM-anlb a'Alrl ( sjsrsi.ffl VHIlU, -- w w, -- .JIM (lK-- n Willie D.'a dam itarllbt by Cheromeeting and Capt. Dave Logan was cbofen above mentooed instead of the college rack, betook bis plate beside the woman are by OHO W. kee,!and Imp. PlaoM ) inurt, Ulento'a colts sod again and began to whirl ftlvxit. iap and wol President, with R. A. McGrath as perm a chapel as tereiotore. loth saddle fine "The lights woro dinmied, but not so that hameu. Ihaseoflaul his calls thai tr.itle.1 1.200 The Freabman class of Centre College we could not see, and in a few moments tbe neat secretary. The club is to be formed yards on aSOO.yard circle at tlieratol2 l, I'rued Only Llrrrla Always makes by(. M (llrens lluiiooTllle, Ky , Is about anys wthut from the four counties of Biyle, Gsrrard, have had themsslye-- j photographed in ex figure began to fade, soon asauuiltur. tbe aphandllna, I also Lat an.itber that Xel-bopearance of a pillar or form of light aud n following cellent style and in a body with Prof. Lincoln and Mercer. The gflcl. Her Is a combination of the best lrttla Timo Con (,lea. and ninolngcrus.es lu existence carefully guarding the left flank. The thon attaching itsolf to tbo woman and John were chosen as cohashat but little training bat trutlct t.u Hutch-Ing- s seemingly boing absorbed by her. All this county, Ky., which A lVpe's trick In IMtI Higginbothaa, Garrard, and J. C. Thomp-bo- names of ihu clues are John B. Daily, Clar- was done In a veiy shcrt spec of time, be With all L'nes at Is ten srcniids slow, In 2 It. itlx wtwks or ys he shown! a Mr I'f for Mercer, Bayle having the president ence Matthew, Chae. Grant, Gin Ram fore tho oyes of at least fifty people, and not Baltimore, Philadelphia asd New uontns bantling stddle St. Louii and Intermediate Pointi. It Is sl a ftrst-chV) gait fiequeiilly 2 York City, After parsing resolutions thanking Capt raera, Eugene Vest, C. R. Judy, Snap ten feet from myself. The girl appeared bor4 and bla cults alui'tat inrarlably alow taJdl greatly exhausted afterward. Now this Peiaons wiihlng to brel will do well Xo Furrlon! n, I laliltr. -- WIII 1HSl .H Sam Miller ndR C. FarrU for their at Vaughn, Ed Grubbs, Wm. Liliaid, D. would bo explained by the Psychological XiOiiiiilliimTraiiH" to exsmlne my horse and tolls latere lrelln Ictm ! Jib Dennev, Wm Stodgbill. B. Bow 8v)clety as somo now seni or jwwer, etc, but tentions, the meeting adjourned to be called elsewbere. lie Is a lautllul bwn, tlS haads mr th high, superior iwo and mustle. ritattds again and perfect the orginizition hi the en, Ed. Ilinn, Henry Noel, Frank Rted, between you and I, who know that all or auo stand tsueetloaswad In lulon Deiwi, ril. Louis small suuiol Slit the clff.. 1 things with trains of Hues glng West, Korthwest ani Jas. Fisuer. Hug n Harlan, Sim Cecil, O was can be explained by x4 facta. It to innure (l iJrltHJ t'ott. I will will of the President Only Line tU merely a clever trick, so skillfully done my Jack, Mr. Jas. F. Zimmerman, of the Advocate, Caldwell, Nat Curetpn, Wm. Crutcher, J. that I did not discover it in any way or Richmond, Old Point Comfort (Hvsfifl wiito to the undrslgud. "T flm. ""on or wm present reporting for his paper and also F. Wa tan, Jas. Banford, J. M. Glvens, S shape. HotiM) uittl Xowport Xex, Fr lull and rellablo information "The man next took hi place in the ring, Dob Mc Is 1S hands McCall, Tom Faulconer. Col. Watson for the Louisville Commercial. Lar . Ac At III) In Insure, Western Slates, and, handing me a Large, highly ornamented In connec lou with OU Dominbin Meamshlps lo brown with mealy noe and a No. breejer. Uot and lo.est. la the rate lor Tlekeu MapUuldis speolal and Ilouwhold De. Jenniogs Price, of Lancaster, was sabre, bo tald: 'la live mlnutea by tbe clock by the Ed. Cam pbsll Jack, be be Robinson's Laap-su- n Hoods to all points Went call so or address MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. . by Imp, Mammoth. in town to day. Mr. R. G. Evans and his I wish you to behead mo.' I objocted, of 3STE-V7- " II a OOP, Not iesKnsl'ta for accidents or escapes , but Passeoer ,,', Ohio A Mississippi Hallway, Manege J by Jno. B. Fish. sister, Mrs M. J. Farris, have returned courxo, but bo instated, nnd said it bad been marts lelt with in will b wlt eare-- l for nn reauarrekistHirg, Ky done a dozon times, so I finally agreed. Ho W W PEA. HDD Y. sonable terms. y.2Su K.N.POIVELI.. And Merchants and Miters Sicataib'p Line to W K HIUlTL'lj. Wild strawberries are bekg brought from Texts. Mr. R. M. Durham, of tLe a. 1 was searched, and in the dim light began S'li-'i a1, ...... "'? into this market and are selliog at 40 and Boyle Xitional Bink, has returned from a to concert himself In stranxe positions until i," Agent, Clnilnnatl, Ohio 50 cent per ca'.lon The crop is very boun- Southern trip. Messrs. I. N. Shepperd, ho seemed to grow percoptfbly smaller, and Through Trains fritu Wlncheitcr, Ky , to tiful. circuit court clerk, atd Mr. Jas. F. McCjn-agh- Anally stood before us so gauzy that I thought I could see right through him. It Mr. J. T. Ciark i very low with pneu sheriff of Wayne coun'y. were in was now five minutes, so 1 took the sabre KANAWHA FALLS, monia fever and U net expected to live. D town Friday and Saturday. KENTUCKY CENTflJIL B. V. Mrs. W. K and struck a light blow, only sufllcient WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS C. Pointer and wife hare fcejun housekeep to knock a man over, when, to my Hobbs, who has been very ill with Jung dishorror, the blood spurted lato my face and And other Famous liglnla Sfriogi and Pleasure ing in the room over Mr Pointer's mote "illne-OrnHHlreof Kiama Manley.Uib Pate, Florentine, Doubt Itesorts. ease, j somewhat worse this morning ICouto." tbe bead dropped with a thui upon the floor. Ac, Ac, will make the saaion of 1SS J at uiy stables C. B. Albright, I no of ihe Bradbeid 'Squire W. H Prewitt, of Perryville, who As soon as it fell the body stoopod and Shortost and Quickest Routo from Oen Hunting, Fishing, Uathlngand all kinds cf re- near stanlord, Ky., neihb-jrho-U-- t ', ('ed o c ha- - bctn on the wcl; tralKentneky to oil PoinU North, nince Jat Full, wrfg picked it up. held it in tho air, thon placed creation for the tourist. Invalid or aportrtuaa This line runs through tho Alleghany Moun upon th sLoulders. Tho full light being AT TWENTY DUI.LAKN. Thursday rnl wa bur ' Frilty with ,M4 lu tnwn Last, Weal and Southwest. n tains, n ihe biiikskt beautiful rlT.nand Stturdir. He is now getting well it turned en, there stood tbo giant, grinning Fast Lin Iletweeo , some hmi t Pt. JUrtlu Isoncol the most dlstlogulshsdsons rsprly, Dr. Hawkins Brcwn, of Huston and warm. of Imp Phaeton, winning good rates orer good rsEXIXGTO.V A -- I a beun ritnorsd her that Speed CINCINNATI THE SEA NIIOIEE. "Tho blood I That had fade! awav bv tho horsos at all distances, and a few of bis colts on vale, is a favo-it- e among Dinville ptyi Mhedul lu KfTect May 10. ISM. Smith, of Richmond. till oppose M'jir cians for tha turf In 18SI were all seen at the front His time the light wis turned up and, you must ObsetTAtlon Carsen the portion of President of ihe Tialns ftcgul r son, Doubt, wasoneot tbo best of tbe " remember, that in nil this tiough the r good for sihI Jviiu D Harris as cai.did.te for the Sin c sia-be com. type a thoroiigb-brerJr6' I "' K71J tit. Martin Is Medic il Society, which is to convene was dim It was not sulllclotrt to preventlight bluedtickets extra ixpiuie. horall van informa- year. horse, standingthe highest handsofhigh, HODTU.DOMD. without full oser lfl4 our tion; Senate, but the report Las not been general- at Crab Orchard Ex Kun. rates Dally V.x. Hun. proporlloeel, kind as a limb and romltlms teeing ever thing, . oui wimad to be u od Pullman at Hotels, ani!)l (if M dklralMprtngs, in the 24ih usi. Mr Jno. SUepiog Car paie, Tickets, Ac., call on tbe Uet H..l of Kngland and America, lly Imp. Lve, ly credited. None of the Richmond papers wivington. . 8 10 a in 8 10 nm 2 00 piu will hereafter have charo .f only that we might observe tbe figures of or address PbaDlon, llrat dam 'lot ay by Imp. Yorkslilre; secc&udi-ilao. to IS a in lu a , m II 20 p iu lyjhts that were evolved so curiom y from W. U. McP.OBERTd, Vve bad anythirg to say about bis W It WHITTI.GSJfY, ond dam Miss Mirlln. Iy Oartltnii's zlngsner, Arr. Pars . WakrGeM & Hudsf.i;'H paengt-- cmnihn-- . Ticket Agn, it is i, nihi Jt,u, 6 10 p u Trar (awnger Agt , the rredtuius, as our spiritualists would call tsonof Blr Arch)), third daw tiabrle'la by blr I LouIstIHc, Ky Stanford, Ky, Archy; fourth dam Calypso, by rWlalr, tlttli dam l.ve. Paris.. . tl M a m lu 21 r ra thorn. t). W. NMl'lJt, (dsm of CJUtentlon) by Imp Dare Dcrll, sixth Arr Winchester Auvicsi irom LlniMana Hay Ihe I eek several very hard II. W. l.'l.l.h)l. During the 12 20 pin 6 'Tho next trial was equally mystical. All J"fl'l Mcnaptr, dam Pleadllts, by " nichmond.. . 2 0) pin u oo i, w. 7 10 pm dam Lymes' Wlldair; seventh tlnl I'a'r Ai' 25 ptr w irtitug rains have fatten The one Satur custs have appeared in mny pirJHln-,.the party now steppjd into tbo ring and n " Ijinexalrr .... ltfhrnoo Vlrrlota llstl A Macklln's reranailjht. eighth dam HoJo.. 0 p IU . II (J. F.DWAItDS. " Itowland nun, nintn usm iy imp uoiiinjn; leotnuam ny to chant nnd move about la a fow 8 40 p m day evtniug was the wors'; a great deal of Ottton worn s are duing damage, nd tie Oiti'l Paiaeter Agent rincinnatl, O !iun Jolly Hanger eleventh dam ! Iuip. Valiant, minutes they ceased and wu observed that Itlcliiuoiid ."., S uS p iu twelfth dam by l'rynll. Thus It Is sevu that Ills I.Te. l"ytorn on the Lil'ddea was washed ilear out crop outlook in poor. one was mlsslnr, though no ono saw him uo. 3 r.;.".""'" i' in blood Iseurlrhsd from the same lountain that was A.r.r no m of ttiH around ani in mm dTi!i5.,l?n.place even ...... . 1 A moment after the whirlnij was rptMutod Lexington, the grat raco horse an. I grcatist of -'. , Itntlirr lVntoiml. Yorkshiraud Phaeton aires, and tlienco-and unother was found to lutvo disapared, j fcno. --'me carried tway I haseut Ins serKonnt-UooNIn tho turf blstorles. ITexas felftlnRs.) No. 11 Ko.3 j No. l uh uiteeii vices at the lorr Aiurea to oblige my friends and from FJor J K McCiury .. ''I know yourfnthor very well," said an aim uwas umii inMore lightminutes only tho giant seen. i el ,t,lrs and to Justify broedrra at n dnuuie in boing given us, id Stanford, was Austin lawyur to Oilhooly. IIo waa a anoUewat heard at ih John J McRt-r- n, aendlcg to him, and would take a few good marw Lyo. Livingston ...Z7--. door and, upon i M) a ih ZZZ. thick-so- t I will also sUud at tho sitno placo and had littlo outbesbariM here Friday J Dick Cfcaodler and short, my father man, bad your Hiigerrf artnV somo ono going to it, there stood the mystic my combine.! hone. "If Arr. Ulchmond ,had H sSa ml the flvo clamoring for adintfoji. That endod at V C Mullint epen Mu day hi tbi place end of his arms ho would havo loft a blggot tbe Lve. llowfan! 7 13 am, ..". performance for tho night and I sat up Mim MsiuIh Kelly, of Wret Virainia, i i oitato than ho dll," ropllod Oilhooly. the rest of It, or well into the morning, tryAir. Ulchiuond ; qj a ,n And now that lawyer says If Oilhooly and ing to llguro out how i visiUug Mr J W. BrownMi. Id it wa all done. Tho And id y Norman horse, Lvo. Itlchmond ......1 C 00 a in 1 2J p m 77. a dog woro to run for congro tl urns ha rcium-- d from n native accepted it n magic without debate, lt in Iriends in dog would Arr. Winchester. 7 00 u mi 2 2J a m capture tho vote. and I Logan to think that was about tho .. H OJ a A" I'arls a g a in .'.'..'..., J)uiviHb. L M. Fiszsr, f LouUs-ille- , I AJ tall jCLf ft V'fcJ easiest way out of it. aT spent a fijw dajs hi hn u.il Home U-- t week. Collectlns Duinnceit. iho following day another iwrformnuco New York Times.) Arr. Covington C. C. Coyle i 12.50 TO II 30 a luhajlgj, u 6MpS t tome rjtic niter wm given at mid-dafrw was o en A western citizen who had boon or tod wonderfuL Tim giant, that I callod nioro Grass and feed furnished at reasonable rater, bu as yeam' f.jurii in Meiio him, x no responsibility for accidents should any occur. ki a fight was toll that ho could collect dam- caused tho audience to MAYJSVII.L.K IlItANC'H. tat mi a grass plat, Tho iiff!rencf beiwem Secretary Mtn- - age. "I did collect damages" he replied leaving a circlo of nLout twenty-liv- e RD'I alio have for lie 17 yearling Mules nnd 16 foot mournfully. "I colloctc-- everything but n across, and in thLs tho jnjgters took KoTrrN77S,i tboroighbred Calves NOCTII.UOU.ND. their Dal r Bing aud the Milnauktre mun who swat l)ill piece of my loft ear and two front tooth; J places, tbo giant ojwulng Uie 0. Ml. ll.iCOIt.irAX, ;Ky entertainment Ex. Bun. Ex. rjup. Stanford, 42Mf 11 ot dollar is that Manning couldn't Unci tlias." lowed the silver by taking u r ribbon, mxl by u dexterLvo Covlngtott, ous ton ou.li'ig u up rlfjty oet or so, wbere 2 00 n m dio'ti'c wunt it to pM and it will, aod the U'nutiHl Tliut 1'iirtlculnr Kind. we ixiugton .... 7 21 n in aw a nusfl hawk dart at it 4 Si pin 1 .ins , Milwaukee mm wann it to pan and it and carry it up higher uartfl we nearly lost : " f Air Msy.rllle".n X w im 2 bU II m sight of it. It then eemel to enter a cloud " .w won't. - Ciicago IntKr Ocean. It wa3 a femlnliu dlsclplo of Oscar Wildo I u su neJ, was cnta.ed by something fUo. St No. 67" who, inquiring for furniture covers, wanted that, BOUTlt.JloPND. Dally YOU MADE MWEftABLE by Inaigea "something with a distinct Individuality, burning n the ribbon: but f mm thu ninn.i AGE Pally ll.x. Sun Ex. bun thon u suako Dlzztnesj, Lojs of Appetite but rather subdued mid ponslvo with a came sliding down, llr.t a tton, Conttipatioa, a good big one, too that wrlggW oir tho Lvo Maysvllle... Yellow SVIu? Sbttob's VltallMr Is a politic 5 41 n in t 00 p m dash of pathos, nnd faint suggestions of moment It ton bed the grotud utid was capArr I'arls 8 10 a in 1 IS p ID E. H. BURNSIDE, e. Fcr aJeby Fenny i. MoAllitcr. infinite tenderness." tured by the men " Ixlogton,, 9 10a m 1 10 pm Then a larger object was seen sliding along " Civlngtun II aiia in nn p,n Jud Lafagant AV'hon thoro are no storms, and ono of tUe women Ieajiing forward recujil: yon viuics. - Known Well v coil od nnd held it out to Mut crowd, a laughNokk Trains 3 ncd 4 are dally between V,i7 'U iiaaiiiMiJijwt; Thin Old CLLA3 uTurjruouy 11 a gooa mariner. Ljr a nw of i'llta ore frKjucutlr prccoJJ Lexington and ing native b.tby Tbe gioi Hotel Still Maintaino ito cheater except feiinday. Covington ' had all this tinin, are dally back, loins anil lower (urt of tbe abdoiniii, Chicago Ldgcr: Jfover trado muloa with tlmoheld tbe end of tho ribbon and releasHigh Roputation, Train Ko t runs via canting tha patient to auppoM be liaiomeaQctton ing it it seemed to di upp.r !n tLe airj at ani Parla ' o,i a man who can't whlitlo. AND lotvla Wlnrheateranl Paris. any late we aw It no mow. A few moments ul llio klJneya or liIjblorliij orjini. At tlmM, Direct cnnii c tlctiiaro In our which later f hoy nil Joined hand and begun to nevrrthe cninpalnt ns ihe eun gocooks, but ou It Proprietor is Determined that Chfsai.cnlo A Ohio fjr inado at Wlnctiosler wlib InJIgMtlon nra prntvut, n fl.itullicj , ajmploiiu of by, Mt Stcrl VV. A.hlan I teems What Parents Fear move nbont rapidly. When they moved to the contrary to Hunlinuton. f.rlMtnn , v v. Hon leeina luiwell In volume, we woi.dc-.. "., 1. uisiern cit- uiiracliiM it flhall be socoiid to no Country lcii of tlio ktumaib, etc. A uiotiture, ULe lly tarents-obj- ect It has not ;urrnl to many of tho wlio Ond the (o tho light Idistit.ctly counted twelve iien-onMany jJrTjilmtlon, proJudn; yery dliagrvMbtoltcbln?, Hotel in the State in its Fare, In tho circle, when they changoJ tho movecouiplaltil unavoidable that th y have one way o appointments, or Attenafler tUng vann, li a fr.T cumiiwn nttcoilnnt. many quack nostrums m likely to engender or enment wo saw only eight ami oiuo ono ap- retiuilyli-- nutters nKod ileal itihisnmi hands. Au nclro half Inmr lhrn Miuix a djy rltu a tion to Comfort of blind, lilMains and Itcblns I'llax )'UIJ at oneo to the courage a lovo fori trong drink. Tliey arc ilgbt. pealed to htnndlng in tho ecutor. .Cd ?oaJ. V..! In for Wiuiuht Iron w . P. . . their Guests. .apjilkatlouof Dr. Hosauko'a Pile Itauedy, li!ch acts Better dloofdlseaso tban of drunlcennon. Tlio "iumd nrooiuy samples of tho marvels, as "Home cm Isnll" Ibatls nqulred iMklm: iimiiiM the na baggage, propure the kltcheu lo I might say, that they went through." dingily upen tbe prvrU af&ctl, abiorblus the usof Tarkcr'aToDlc does not Involra this dandestination rfachod by a raUroaJ checked to Dr most suh.iautUl iubjI without fntlguo Theie ger. It not only bulbil up tbo system, curing all 8. F. II. MOP.3K, celebratHl ltanges are 8',td only from wgrns by rUgirfW will be enaseyed to and from the da W, II. 'Kiiuort, aJlajlBj tbe Intent ttctilug and affecting a IWnger Agcut, free of charge, Kpeclnl asconmo latloaa TV. eHILOH'd CATABP.U I'.EMHDY, a potlttto our auibotlawi salHineu now unking beadejuar-t-r- s prfiuaJieut cur. Trite tfi'etnl: AtUrol tbe Dr. ailment! of tbe ttomacb, liver and UJtneys, but it unrihotf-tlrv at Homers t. Yours truly. U OoranerclU Travelers. The liar will Ilvlnlnn ITw ' ' C. W.SMITH, Iloianl.o Medicine Co., Tl'iua, Ohlf 6ld by Mcllob. llinulatfs without intozlcatlnj aud nbiolutely euro for Catarrh, Dyphtheria and C'jnVcr Mouth, WKOUOHT IKON HANOI: CO.. slways supplied with the chclcesl II. W. FULLER.,' cures tbe appetl!o for llfuor. Ocaeral llausgor. For sale by Pcnuy A McAllster S3.1m 81. Loulr, Mo, Js it Llisors an J Cigars, Clou. IVa.-;Ag-t rn 'lie Cold D.-ty- MAGIC The decoration of eoldiera graves took place with a slim attendance Saturday ow-- ii ITCU cured In 90 minutes by Wulford's Saul, SOME REMARKABLE ILLUSIONS AND to tho rainy wtathcr. tary Lotion. This uorer falls- 8eld by l'euny UNEXPLAINED TRICKS. The Danvillo Hop Club will give a A McAIIiter, Druggists. Stanford: also br M. C. A D. N. William.', Mt. Vernon. hop at the Opera House Wednesday night. Tho Wonderful Performances of n Party Music by Wolf & Troat, of Lexington. Positive Cure lor Piles. of Traveling MugloJ.im In Anrtin McCabe & Young's (all black) Star To the people of this county we would say that Mntcrlullzntloti. In Ilroiitl we haTO been given tho agency ol Dr. Marehlil't Comedy Company are billed for an enllfflit A Irecsitiitntluti, Italian Tile Ointment emphatically guaranteed lljuso Tuesday tertainment at the Opera ART. - BOYLE COUNTY. THE YOU SUFFEU with Dyspepsia ani Ljt-e- r Complaint Slilloh'n VltalUer Is guaranteed lo curereu. For Mlety I'einy A McAllater. fiWILb WF. WILL BTAND Ol'B At our I run lien 1 mllo to Insuro living colt fiiu Tipncrsrtlle nt $S j. CHAMPO ! Did you Sup- - d h y. Illoow-lustu- ado-qua- to BOST03ST! GILT EDGE! il st ait JUNE 2, n. s, "St. Mary's Mills STEVE WALKER 01 il LUMBER! j. St. Louis & tho West OI.CI.2ATI. AbdallaliGleiico 2'i MTrniliB na-tir- it n, 1 :s-ji- 1J CHEStPEUEUD O. fcM. o WASHINGTON, Fnst and Suro nootions n to ii Ms-ha- Pullman Cars. 1 YOBK, . BOSTON. y, Stallions for 1885. "Tr ST. MARTIlwT, H ) e-- ht icrm'-nattso- .r-- D-- first-cla- stop-oic- 4l spleu-dld- ly ' ' r lt . . le-gn- ' )t ujjMftuiiiryoii, tlu rntlfttH - - rR k eft - .TOE jMSDiOJriillT, , fr I y Ymm PHIL SHERIDAN, IMIti;. 111 -- 1 TM-Bl- MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. Propr and """"" " d, eij;!i-lnll.- 9 ySJ 15 louci-rnln- --- rorsoni-Hptcla- 1 1 RoWiM ?",;?''" .l.r" "c' rr--i .nWlnc'tt iffiffi' '