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As lie daintily trip along ell pedestrians stand aside or giro tbe entire sidewalk, and some exclaim In aweIs If" but who tan give struck Tolcei-"W- hnt answer? Does bo belong to the animal kingdom? I be the lot link or a specimen of tbo coming wan Certain Ills, whether a man or a monkey, he I girgeously arrayed. Toe broadeloth and linen are of the latest fashion, the hair, cane nod shoes of the rarest patterns and of extreme Yes, the setting Is rare and showy enough, but what of thejewel within It is a false representation of man, an ImlUtlou which would have aeemed straDgo to Fielding, absurd to Scott, linpos-slbl- e toTbackery anddeerje Elliot would hare dented that such a mm belonged to the same rsce as Adam Bede. It la not surprising that some peo-pbelieve in tadpole ancestry, monkey projectors. As we stop pursuit and watch that s.iu blance ola man vanish, we are not to aure Darwin's evolution Is a fjnlsitlc drum of ih. Imagination. But. my ithooliiiates, while we may look Uon auih a ( linen of humanity, petslhly meet blm In society, with such wed j not wish to become Intimate. With nenslldx, loving mothers and lathers, teacher ant Irlendi. whose ettrts In ourbehsll harebsan uiicenluj, wa trust to the genuine, si Imitate only tbe go d an 1 beautiful. We may pin through fiery ordeal, but like pure gold, aay the fire brighten and purity but nsver destroy. We wish these blessings lor ourselves, and doulit, kind audience, that you echo tbe wish aa we agiln say WKLrO-- B. b. lo lifeftnf well" demands all our powers of mind and heart. My classmates, ns I stand beforo you on the evo of aeparatlon, I would tmprois this thought upon youi Llrewoll. Dare to do right, li death 1 the penalty. Let the reord of your lives be of deeds, pure and unioldih, of thoughts potent to ahspe tho wlnlo purpose of life and lead it Into channels of truth. I can deslro no blessing for you so grand as this. No time ao forcibly brings sweet meiao-rle- s of lovlngdeeds, tender words and wise counsels as tbe parting hour. As I linger, hesitating to say the parting word, tbe years cf our school-Hi- e, classmates, pan in alow procession, bearing a thousand deeds of kindness f rom teachers, parents mttfn NO. 2ft FOLLOWING 18 THE BILL OF'FAP.E FOK STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1885. t most widely known, eipeclally rtblthi'U TiicmlaVH (lllil Fftihiui 83. OO X'Elt A.IVNUIV1 Whin paid atrlctlj- tn adrauce. 1( we hire to wtt any tluiK. 0,(10 will be charged. I'ULL DIPLOMAS. Miss Mndle Whito was awarded a Full Diploma with tho degree of M E. L. The principal nays of her: "Mien White has been a member ol the Cillego family for six years, She will return to her home in Virginia, followed by the love and well wishes of many besides her schoolmate THE PICNIC DINNER W. P. WALTON. STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE. Closing Exorcises. and teachers." Mise y T veiling garnished with rich lase and white ribbons, and she looked as bright and as fresh ae a lily of tbe valley of her own native State, Virginia. "Near the Sun-el- " wvs the subject of her emy and it wai aa effectively read as it wa excellent in com- prsitior. She too bad reimn to be proud of hrr floral gifts. TIIK COMMENCEMENT. Mr. 8. S. Myer, brother of the principal, The cloiing exercise of the year and of then reid the Mr. Trueheal'a adminiitration occurred at ANNUAL RErORT. the Opera House, Tueaday night. Nature The Erst portion of it gave the names of itself teemed to imile upon the occaaion, the distinguished and most distinguished for the evening wai a moat lovely one, and in all the clase and judging from the everything combined to make it pleasant large number of those called, tbe young to the spectators and a memorable beneladie have done lemirkably well this diction to the principal and teacher. The building waa packed to the walla and the year, me special prizes in tbe 1'rimary Department were awarded aa follows; ecene of btauty presented was rarely exMisse Katie Alcorn for perfect marks celled Lovely women clad in beautiful in spelling and arithmetic, Maggie Drigbt .attire, their happy fscei framed in tbe won reading, Mary Druce leading and arithmederful remits of the tnilliner' art and their tic, Miry Craig reading, F.unie Shanks dresses aod ribbons rivaling in beauty and reading aod geography, Ophelia Lickey shades the colors of the rsinbow, made up arithmetic and CI tra Lackey reading and a picture that challenged tbe admiration geography. of every beholder, Stnrlly before 8 o'clock, In the Collegiate Department Misses the school girls all arrayed in spotless Lizzie Pollitt, Beie Reid and Annie white presenting the incarnation of youthShanks received prizis for improvement in ful beauty and purity, escorted by Mrs. reading and in the class in penmanship Truebeart and her faculty, and proceeded Miss Ltllle Miller received the gold pen by the Gold & Silver Band, which played and Miss Bertha Rogers a pr'zi for imPenelope Mart li, marched in double file provement and proficiency. to the Opera House and to seats upon the In Misi Kldridge's special vocal class stage. The band gave' another selection Miss Bertie Shreve received a gold medal and after prayer by Kid. John Hell Gibson, and Min Luanna Bibb a, medal for imMiss Mary Rid, of Lincoln county, the provement In instrumental music. In pretty and loveable little atlutatorian, Miss Purnell's instrumental cUm Miss wu introduced. Mini Reid wai betu Bertie Givens received the medal and Miss tifully attired in an elegant Ottoman Jennie Crane the "Star Medal" for protep, while chryetal front and paaament-arl- e ficiency and being the best performer in trimmings on the square neck bxlice, he class. ft and in a iweetly modulated voice, reaJ tbe Certifiicates of distinction jrtte awarded following lalutelorj: a follow: In the school of Latin Misses K full happiness cvr corns to human hearts, It Annie Shanks, Jennie McKinney, Ellen on tbta commence-unt- il tm come tooura kind audience evening. Vie, tbo pupils ofStauford Female Wearen, Mittie Crow, Lucy Tate, Mattie College, are happy that our school term expires Owsley, Annie Dunn, Kate Yeager, Aunie that la future we can please ourselves Crow and Ida Prewitte. on Mondaye at well aa Saturdays; that summer nistory Miuei Pearl King, Mary Alvacation opeui with all Its prospects of resting and corn, Flora Qlveni and Beaeio Reid. flailing and doing nothing; happy that to some French Misses Mattie Owsley, Annie of ua the vacation promisee to stretch beyond this summer time, leaving us forever free from the tap Shanks and Annie Dunn. o I the school bell and the worries of the class Natural Sciences Miss Annie Alcorn. room j but Just now we are most happy to aee you Oermin Misses Bertie Shreve, Mattie an& bid you enjoy whatever Is enand greet yeu joy able while We are together. I think you will Vandeveer and Madie White. find that our Gold and Silver Band can discourse Mental and Moral Philosophy Misses sweet music. It certainly thrilled our hearts s Ellen Wearen, Bertie Shreve and May tt poured out Its tweet roeloJy on the soft evening air Just now. I think my clastmatea will aay Adams. Mathematics Misses Kate Yeiger, Jenaome plea sant things, too, that will be fresh, if not brilliant. Then our annual report, will you not nie McKinney and Lizzie Snehan. listen and enjoy? I think so, whan you know the School Diplomas were awarded the fol Interest tt has for us.- - It shows a llttleof the work Misses we have done and a great deal of what our teach- lowing young ladies: In History ers are able to do for ut, I think you will find Ellen Wearen, Minnie Rupley, Maggie the entertainment we offer genuine. Do you be. Owsley, Battle Shreve, Mittie Crow and tleve, gcod pejple, that as we step out of the Lucy Tate. tuttlsgv we will rind no counterfeits? Will all Natural Sciences Misea Mary Reid, the men and women be true and great? In our osra already have awaet, loving voices whispered Madia White, Ellzi Owsley and Jennie notes of warning, telling ot counterfeits andshams, Crane. of Ignorance and vloe. We have aeen some things English Literaturo Misses Madie ourselves that rather stsrtle. Among our own aex White, Mary Reid, Ida Prewitte, Eliza msy be found some whose exterior Invites confidence, whose lair proportions attract attention, Owalev, Annie Alcorn and Jennie Cran. Mental and Moral Pnilosophv Misses with complexion Illy white and cheeks like tbe roae; but thcaj, Ilka outward adorning, are but Annie Crow, Mittie Crow, Annie Alcorn, Fair to behold, mssks to bide Inward ugliness. Ida Prewitte and Madie White. lovely aa a dream, brilliant at a diamond, beautiMathematics Mines Ida Prewitte, Ellzi ful asTyrean purp'e, but not always as beautiful In heart and soul. I trust there are not many Owsley, Mary Reid and Jennie Crane. ll'scky Bbsrps to be found In this world. But tbi French Misses Mary Rtid and Eliza not belong entirely to the weaker sex. Thirteen year urc, Her. W. C. True-hear- t, of Virginia, the husband of Mn. SallteC. Truebeart, i elected principal of StaoforJ Kemtle College. The institution wa then in it, in ft no, poorly patronized and hardly known outside of its immediate tecHon, Almost before the close of the firat yeir Mf Trtieheart yielded to that dread iHs , ontumpiinn aod dieil. Mr. Trueheim returned to Virginia and while there reoieed an iuritation from truster of the College, without solicitation on her pirt, to return aod take charge of the achool. She accepted and resolred to sire her undivided effort to the building up of a rcbool first claw in titty particular. Her Sne adminlitratire ability was brought into ita fulteitpliy and gathering around her a competent faculty, the toon placed the inititutiou on a firm footing, giving it a reputation at home and abroad which attracted pupili from nearly all of the Southern State. For twelre year the hu labored among ui and while building up an inatitution of leirning cond to none of iu kind in the State, hai elerated the morals of our town, aaiiited in iU growth and in erery respect hu bien a blessing to tie community which hu learned to re pect, honor and lore her. In this elate of case tt 11 but natural that her decision to eefer her connection with the College should be received with general regret and eorrow. It will be difficult, if Indeed, it It not almost impoatible, to fi'i l.rr place with one ao thoroughly fitted to conduct The community feela thia ucb a achool and while it extenda to Mra. Truebeart it heartiest uprf-nloof appreciation and Rood wishe for henticce ard wellfare in rg her new position ) prti cipal wf the Heratie Colle , hich she hat decided it is her interest I it feela a natural eolicitude for tn fu ure of the school, she hai built up and fostered. No greater compliment could be paid her than the universal wlah that it will maintain the high character he hai given it. n a-Mill-enbu- Loud applause greeted the fait stluta-tori- an and when she took her seat, she waa nearly hid from sight by the pyramid of beautiful (lowers, which admiring friends presented her and which contrasted with her own loveliness. There was more music and then Miss Ida Prewettf, of lloyle, wm presented. Her dress waa of white mull, trimmed handsomely in Ssriai embroidery and white kitin rihbjna and she never looked more lovely ai the read in a most charming manner a very creditable essay, entitled Milton's Eve." She was also the recipient of many handsome tljral offerings. Miss Klin Owsley, of Stanford, was next introduced. She was becomingly attired in a combination of Oriental lace and white surah silk, which set ofl her own c'tural charm of person and made her a very interesting picture. Her eiay on "Mysteries" waa a verv ingenious production and she read it with much elocution-nr- r effect. Many bouquets rewarded her 1 effort. Mire Madie White's sweet, girlish beau- ty was enhanced by a toilet cf while Nun's tjui ElizxO-sIea received a Full with the degree of M. E. L. and the following compliment: "M'si Owsley has aodlrieod. Fair and beautiful Kentucky, though for ten yers been a pupil in Stanlord Fe- - her youth was battel In blood, lonz since tbo male College and in all these years her crimson itatn was covered atid tbo aword exchang-an- d for tbe art ot peace. Upon her bosom rest se- schoolmates have found her gentle In mind and kind, and her teichen can testify to her eureir, lovely daughters-love- ly heart, sheltered by fathers and brothers whoso invariable dilligence and perseverance. strong right arm- - are pleJgjd to delend. She ha won the atlec'ionof all, and curl" to her grand old mother. Virwith her the promise of siiccis in all her ginia, Is dear to me, to my scroolmates and teachers. Far hence aomeofus uiir fill up the nieai-ur- e future undertaking." ol our days, denied the The highest degree of the College, that seeing thtse green fields, pliaiureof ever again but not one memory of A. B., wa conferred on Mis Mary will perish, not one act of kindness or deed ol Reid, of whom the principal says: "She love will die. Have we not explore J these lovtly has won for herself beide a Full Diplo-m- fields together, uiy schoolmates, and together have stood upon the green hilltops the special honor of Salutatoriao. She ows upon tbe little city we that cut their shadhave so long called has known no other school than Stanford home Oh' no, we do not wish to forget these hapFemale College and goes out followed by py scents, nor will we. These, with tbe kind the commendation of her teachers as well deeds, cheering words and loving thoughts will go with us, whether Joy or sorrow be our portion. If a tbe kind withes and affection of her we thus love the Utato, the town , the kind citischoolmates." zens, how much deirsr, sweeter is our College Miss Jennie Crane alio received the de home Why linger over these tender details? The grceofA. H. and these words of praise: cruel parting must come. Old tl me heeds neither sighs nor tears, but aternly mores onward, carry''Besides the highest honors the College ing us with blm, whether we will or not. To all, can confer, Mis Crane has won the highest citizens, friends, teachers, schoolmates and we say frrewell ! special honor aa valedictorian. From her The applause and showers of flowers entrance in tho College, six years ago, to tbe present, she hu had a high place in that she received showed how great is the recitation, hat been dilligent and success- - lection she has won during her ecj'ourn ful. Her teacheri commend her heartiiv of six years at the College. At tbe conclusion of the valedictory. and with her schoolmates wish her well, and love her lunch. A a daughter ot the Mn. Truebeart arose aod in a touching Old Diminlon, she will raturn to her na- manner expresd her heartfelt regrets at tive State, followed by the respect and af leaving a community which had given her so many evidencei of its eiteem and good fection of all who know her." Rev. F. S. Pollitt here came forward WJ" b7 a ,omJ anii continued support. She and delivered an address to the grad- - ttiei ,0 "7 'Goodbye" but choking with uiting clan which wa highly C3m.'emHlon,she was compelled to resume her seat. The action spoke more than words plimented on all aides. One of the m ut pleasin feature! of the ciuld exprijj and a murmur of genuine programme wa a solo by Miss Georgia sorrow at her decision ran through the auEidridge. She choe "Tne Flower Girl," dience The sweet strain of of "Old Ken -tucky H)sie" then fell softly on the hush-e- l which sh rendered sj sweetly and delight and saddened audiencs, the benediction fully that thi enriptured audience would hear no reful ti respond to its encore, wi spoken by Riv. Cadeiman Pope and and goad naturedly she again appeared and the fifteenth session of Stanford Female sing with thrillin; eflsct, that sweetest of C3lle3 ' ended. Everything hag combined to make the Scotch ballads "Annie Laurie." She is r. most accomplished vocalist and the audi commencement exercises the most enjoy-enctestified its appreciation of her efforts able for7er9 0(1 thr wil' belonglreasur eA 'n th memories "f H who participated. by hearty applaue and many bouquet The breaking up of the Ciilege faculty MT. SALEM, LINCOLN COUNTY. presents no sdder feature than that it takes Mr James C. Williams lately sold to from us thi very charming young lady Lively of person, lovable in manner and John W. Wilcher 1,025 acres of fine fcatk disposition and bright and fascinating in and timber land on the Dry Ridge in Ossey conversation, she ha won the h:atts of county. Eamelt McCormack cathered up a all who have been honored with her BC- -t . . . lamD ln '"is vicinity on and friendship and he will ' c r oitl quanlince take ifith her to her Southern home, the dav, average weight SO lb, at 5J; G. W. Cimden sold to Cole Dunn 5 calvtB admiration and resjiect of them all. for $75. The swert, modest face of Miss Jennie Married recently in Middlebarg by Crane, of West Virginia, never shown the Rev. A. C. Tabor, Mr. George W. Ross, with brighter effulgence, than when she a widower of long standing and extensive stood up to read the valedictory, which is experience, being on the sunny side of 50, given below. A becoming, cream colored to Mis Bettie T. Foley, a maiden of some Ramie cloth dress, with handsomely emIS summers and daughter of Hiram Foley broidered front and satin lined Vandykes, formed a very stylish and pretty toilet On a several days trip to Casey county and lent additional cbarm to hei appearwe found everything bright and promising. ance. Her manner was unaffected, her Middleburg and Ye'emiteeeem to be doing reading splendid and her effort most a brisk business. Fruit prospects are praiseworthy. It is as follows: charming, especially apples and blackA tiny seed, Iresh from the vlne-cli- d bills ot Peache, too, promise a good, France, waa borne to Florida by the restless, roll- berries ing waves of the mighty Atlantic and thrown upon yield. its warm soil. Soon a tender shoot was sen push- Died near Ml. Olive, Casey counly, on Irg Itself upward to the fair sky and beaming the 30. h ult., of cocsumption, Mrs. Sallie HKiii. ineiaw or. gravitation, the root ol man. Elliott, wife of DiviJ Elliott, aged the washing aurf, the hungry Insect alt conspired J about 50 years Mrs Elliott Mas a good io mna in aspiring ining io me ground, upon which it had been cast. Slowly, quietly, eurelv woman and hieblr respected bv all who it persisie-- i until it waa able to clasp a stalwart kr.cw her, and leavia 4 children to lament ircu, wucrc Mir uu irou u seal oji ursacnes, her lw. hlch In tlite were beautified by clusters ol pur Judge J. Boyle Stone is tbe demccrat-i- c pie grspes. Admirable ptrsevcrence, wonderful success markid tbo beginnings, tho progreis, the cndidle to reptesent Casey and Rusend ol the tiny thing. As no tllVct is possible sell in the lower branch of the next Legiswithout an adequate cause, let ut look for the lature The oppesition is urging Mr. Mocause Though wo search carefully, think deeplearnedly, tbe graceful vine; with its lus- ses C May to take the track against him, ly, talk cious fruit df lies our etfrrts. Th e little plant held but at this writing he hu not fully decided. Its way, achieved Ita destiny, and tbe wisest phi- As both are popular, canvawing is expected losopher can not solve tho mrstery. True he may to be spirited and tbe fur may yet fiy. tay the principle of life caused this cflct, but Tbe heavy riin of last Saturday causwhat Is life? In frigid lauds and torrid cllmca, beneath the broad expanse of the ocean, on the ed a considerable rise in Green Riyer and desert sands ltla abounds. Tbe soil beneath us so several af its western tributary creek overteams with It that eaeh step crushes some life. Within each drop of water this mysterious princi- flowed their banks and did much damage ple may bo found. Each golden sunbeam bears it to fencing. Corn crops and meadows on upon ita gentle breath.. The delicate wild rlower the lower bjttoms were injured in spot?, that dota the dark foresta with Ita fragrant beauty but I don't think the damage is serious How glibly we possesses the same strange power talk of life. How proudly wo announce that tbe There ha. been so much wet weather latevital principle givea form to vegetation, grace to ly that some crops are getting very weedy vino, blushing beauty to the rose. IIow wise we A short time since two brcom peddlers feel when we dive Into the deep and explore Ita met Mrs. Elizabeth TioIey near her home broad domain, toll of tbe wonders there atd say that lft Is tbe mighty, movlug powerj What is and sold her two brooms, receiving the life? again we ask' Note, It you can, the form, money. As she was going from home they the aubstance, the color, If aubatance, form and proposed to save her trouble by delivering color are parte tberoof. Tbe modest violet un- them at her house which ther failed to do. folds, enjoys, then closes Its sweet eye Id death It was a small matter and the widow may but leaves no reply. Tbe sturdy oak with high head and defiant presence, receiving all the sweets survive the loas, but it displayed more disof breeieand sun, measures up Us century, then honesty than sbarpne in tbe transaction. qulstly yields Its vital power, drops upon the At tbey are known it might be advisable bosom out of which it sprang aud leaves no hint even that will lead to the solution of this ques- to send her tbe money or broomi as it tion. Leaving the realm of vegetable life we enter might irjure a prosperous broom mannfac the animal kingdom, but here impenetrable dark-- 1 tory or mortify the feelings of respectable a, clus-mate, I i - DRIPPING SPRINGS SATURDAY, J"UT 6TH. FISH. Bass and Salmon. MEATS. Stuffed Turkey, Boiled Ham, Stuffed Chicken, Spring Chicken, Boiled Beef, Beef Steak, Roast Beef, Roast Mutton, Mutton Steak;. Fried Ham, Fried Squirrel, Sardines. VEGETABLES. New Potatoes, Green Peas, New Beans, Cucumbers, New Beets, Lettuce, New Tomatoes, Onions, Radishes, Stewed Apples, Stewed Tomatoes, Stewed Corn.. BREADS. Bakers' Bread, Rye Bread, Lemon Pie, Plain Biscuit, ' Graham Biscuit, Oat Meal, Cracked Wheat, Cream PASTRY. Peach Pie, Apple Pie, Pic CAKE. White Mountain Cake, Fruit Cake, Marble Cake, Jelly Cake, Jelly Diamonds, Spice Cake,. Ginger Cake, Lemon Cake. DESSERT. Vanilla Ice Cream, Strawberries, Peaches and Cream, Oranges, Bananriasv, Assorted Nuts, Cheese. Candies, Coffee, Hoe Cakes, Buttermilk.. Breakfast at 7. Dinner at 12:30. Supper at 7. Meals, 50 cents each. Board, per day, $1.50; Per week, $7 Cottages S5 per week. D. G. SALE. small Farm, well Incited, good lands. Irom ISO to ISO Acres. Call on J. S. Slaughter, Proprietor. Murphy, (Stanford, Ey FIRE INSURANCE. "jsro. v. pix.nps3 STANFORD, KY., Represents the Best and most Prompt-Payin- g Com panles and his rates sre rery low, aire Ma a 2.U cM. 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Ukntlkm-.- s: I haie been using your wonder ful remedy, "Dr. BradAeld'a Femalo Regulator," In my family for a Ioog time, and I want to say to the suffering ones eftny sex that there new was any thing equal to it. Would to God that erery aSllcted woman la our land knew of Its wonderful Tlrtues andcuratirepjwers as I do. I bar ued a great deal of it since the birth of my last child about a year and a hilfag), and I do think bad It not been for this nimble mellclnj, I wou Id lur IlK-ilR, TUEOHLYTRtia U- -., IRON TONIC FACTS been RICAROtM BED BIDDEN FOR LIFE! -- S?. Ellin's Iron Tuk false does Aucng tbestorner may be found a peculiar, al Indescribable creature, termed the "Pude.'i lie seeks public notice, puts blmrelr where lie can mo Owsley. Latin Mi'sea Annie Alcorn. Madie While, Jennie Crane and Mary Reid, meeta ua. Voluntary motion la added to the rejat(VMi catalogie of wonders and life here displays grand- - J er powers, but is a. allent as the grave when we ,d Ue Firgt AuJltor of R M R ask the bow. Turn now to highest form of lif- eL the United Slates Tressury, killed blm-Tu- e man. Erect In form and msjesty how like a Oodl Intricate machinery of brain and nerve, arte- - self at the Southern Hotel, St. Louis. ry and vein, all In perfection, ready to obey tbo THY IT YOrjUS-- t', power that gave, strengthened and developed. And tble la not all, for mind without form, or substance, The proof of tho pudding Is not in chew In? tbe mind without ita memory, will and affection in trlng, but In having an opportunity to try tho araomemysteiious way combines with this princi- ticle joursclf. Mcnolxrts A tHagg.the Druggists, ple w call life. In vain we ask for the mighty havon free trial bottle of Dr. llotanku's Cnughaud secret; In vain we search for tta hidden meaning. Lung Syrup for each and every one who I afflicted While tbla lite principle my bailie all ourefiorts with Coughs, CoId, Asthma, Consumption or any to codtrttacd, lining Is a grand reality, "To live LuogAftwtlou. n ..,,.' But thanks to a kind 1'roTldencr, I was directed to Its use aod my lite and health hare been spared me. If uy means would admit oflt I would oarer be without It In my house. I bare recommended It to a number of my friends and without exception tbey hare all been woodir-full- y rellercd and cured. I giro this endorsement without solicitation, and freely, for the benetltol tbe sutlering ones ot my sex. Very respectfully, Mas. ANtfa, Ram'. Send for our Treatise on Female ed free. Address Diseases, mail- rcqulrInK a certain and cttlcletl TONIC. MMCiallr Uyspepsla.Wanlor It U marked of btrtiif Hi. clc. Mone wild Imruerilato and vtomlvriul results. EiillTea rorce. muscles aud iitv thomlnd and supplies llrulu Power. complaint m sufterlUK Irom nil -- ONIO a mlu and spHly euro. It gives a rlcnr and healthy complc'0"; Tli strongest testimony. In Hie vuluo pt IlAitTKit'u liiox TONIC is Itittt frequviil V'SSGi? l.ave only ad Jed ,!JJP"'S at counlurri-tlluiftyortheorlKln.il. If you earnestly uelf it will purify and enrich the Bl OOD, rexnltto Ukntohk TH h. iivfcfland YbuTlIt In mi tho llEALTU DR. UARTUtVS IRON r L,ADlE0 pcciillnrtoUictrsix-nlllflnJI- TUC BKADFIELD BEOULATOll CO,, Box 23, Atlanta, (ia. your addrws toTusDr. Hrt;r -rtULouls, Ma.lor our DRKAH BOOK;" Or. HARTtn'a Ihon Tonio is rort 8ALt WMi. EVWmtWJI- -ftlKWVMaTi 4Mt OR.WR Fallot trod onful "J ' i ! r i Mli II' ' f I :;l. M !t if t ful and iclentlflc practitioner, a generous Chapter xii then is the heavenly end of and genial gentleman, widely and favorably the beginning, which we read of in chapter known among the profession, wise in counIV when a 'door in heaven is opened" and sel, ssund in theory and unobtrusive in Telia of Home Life in the Heathen John raw the "church of tbe first born," June 5, 1885 Staalbrd, Ky., Land. bearing, he is well worthy to preside for a through its opened portals, sitting on time over the deliberations of that learned thrones with crowns of gold, and In intiand imKsing body. Gentlemen of the Somo Oloudod Scripturo Made mate fellowship with HIM who occupies W. P. WALTON. Gloar. scalpel give us the chair. Of course the central place of power and glory. And Brown will poison the writer of this, but yet this ia not the true "beginning of the Louis-TillThe t abstantial buiinees men of praising he (the writer) has had the satisfaction of end," but rather we go back to Calvary, repudiate the charge made by Mayor continued from last issue "speaking his piece." from whose bloody cross sentence went 1. Satan is a Notis on Luke 13, Und that they hare asked him to permit A suceessful burglary was affected in forth against the "murderer from the 4be gamblers to resume their operations this place Tuesday night. About 2 o'clock seeker of fruit as well as God. Failure to and eome forty odd called on him Tuesday W. H, Smith who occupies a room in the bring forth in season is that sin of omission, "PROsrECT Point," Landour.N. lN-that he is as keen to notice as the sin of to demand the names of those who had rear of the second story of his store-housDI A April 22, 18S5. commission. For cither, by the everlastmilfi such a request and to urge upon was aroused by a terrific explosion and a DrAR Interior. I was eight and twenbka to enforce the law against those ene- sensation as of being lifted up bed and ing law of retribution, casts unhappy souls aaiea of society. The mayor refuted to Jje all into the air. Having gathered his sen- into his power. And he is ever like the ty when I came to India the first time; I am CON.'I4TlK(i OK-to day. But save that the figures covetous man collecting his revenues with- fifty-eigtbe names, but promised that he ses he hurried down stairs to find the doors out mercy, going about with prying glance remind me that an average generation has would do all in his power to prevent gamb open, the storeroom brilliantly lighted, the luag in the future. It is said that the spas. "burglar proof" safe blown into smither- where vino and fig tree grow together, on passed between the two dates, I feel not a minute older than wben I left Boston in his accursed ground; and vet where (wonsoodtc effort to suppress it lasted less than eens and the depredators gone. Mr. S. And I trust thede ar derful to relate) the care of the vine dress the Annie Bucknam week and that now the keno goose had money in the safe which they had er brings forth the most wonderoua crops, LOKDso to "renew youth," according to xjneaks as largely and as loudly as in days not time to reach, but they succeeded in Ilond ofjore. These decs are a disgrace to the forcing a drawer and getting a small despite the curse upon the soil (Gen. 3 and promise, that I shall never feel old, but when the time comes for the transition to taty and It is a shame that they are allowed amount belonging to the mill company. 4 chapters.) &c. Note the vineyard is the devil's. Tbe the true El Dorado of our God, where to openly defy the law. An investigation showed that the house of vines and fig trees tbe LORD'S. Tbe wrinkles are smoothed out and gray hairs is telegraphed from Washington that Cooper & Kyan had been entered, the safe vines and the fig trees are planted in "his are abolished and eternal youth and vigor Col. E Tolk Johnson, of the Louisville broken and the contents, money, checks, a vineyard." "The field is the world" and begin, I may enter it with as young a feel 3im, had a pleasant interview with the lot of watches and a pistol taken. J, M. the "whole world lieth in the wicked one." ing, as, by grace, I have to day. "Many i'nraidenf, which laBted according to a Cook's house was entered by a window, but Note also the indefinite form of expres- happy returns, if Jesus tarries, Paps, but These Goods are all Strictly First-Olas- s, sreen-ye- d Fott correspondent 25 minutes his safe was not broken, As a preliminary, from the Best sion "had a figtree tree planted not "he I hope He will be here, before the next seconds. The Col. was not in the lock of Col. Weatherford's stable had sd three planted," but some how or other it was one," Marie said, and my whole soul re Manufactories, qBext of office, but only called to pay his been broken and his horse harnessed to the also sponded with my voice, "Amen." planted, So the force of sptcta and invite Mr. C. to Louisville. The dog cart and hitched a short distance out the Hindustani version tbe Greek as me. Perhaps that ij all I need say about this cow before acceeflfnl visit of Mr. Wr. Wattereon to on the Danville road. These were recoverplants. Compare Isaiah anniversary, and I should not mention it The dear lie "White House, followed by the happy ed at Junction City this (Wednesday) V:l-7- , but.LORD lest the "letter" should at all, but that it gives me an opportunity bewaro l.ND reception of another of the enemy, will morning. The robbers probably took train of raying how good tbe LORD is to me and "kill." so doubt cause the envious Sneers to rear fot Cincinnati, but if so shipped secretly. In connection with this let me mention mine. Praise His dear name forever. up in his hind legs and howl. If this We expect news this evening which will that no where except in the volcanic soil The young folks have taken the servants tJckeFsup"Me and Randall" will be be f orwarded if received. around Vesuvius have I ever seen fiz trees in hand to teach them what English they aewktre. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. and vines growing closely planted together'. will learn, and hare a good deal of solid Such proximity would be fatal in the cold- tun in aotng it. itoara 01 laughter come Tins Greenville Echo, which is camping WITH A GUARANTEE. Lancaster. from the girls room every morning when Jore on Judge Hinea' trail, has discovered The Bnrnside Bros, will plant SO acres er soil of Eogland or America. But right they are trying In shocking Hindustani to m tie Kentucky Law Beporter, that of tobacco this season. About 50 acres have there, where satan's seat is; under the grim ending March 1, 1884, Judge already been planted. shadow of the "destruction" that wasted make the Ayah understand and she in worse English is returning the compliment. 'Fryer decided 179 cases. Judge Hargis 103 Dr. Morris J. Evans, of Millersburg, poor Pompeii at "noonday," tbe Lord Sbeis a nice little creature, the wife of the Wc liny for CASH Judge Lewis 49 cases and Judge Hines 45 was elected President of the Garrard Fe- makes the utmost fruitfulneis to abound, lvo eur the !- cm 01 aaee. In this is given a pretty fair idea of male College Wednesday, and will take as no where else on earth, Surely around Mehter, and very ambitious to learn. DlfcceiinfH. , Naples, "out of the eater he brings forth Will's pupils are the Behra and Khidmut-garIkeiratk Judge Hines has done during the charge in September. of the sterner sex; who are tonally 4kn lie has ret on the Appellate bench. Dr. Tracey's Temperar.ce meetings meat!" Newbery told us that 10 crops per ago a number of newspapers continue to draw large audiences at the annum are raised of the smaller vegetables zealoui in attacking their primers under About a year e soil. This is simply in- his tuition. But I may as well explain as the Etale demanded,'!his resignation on Court-hous- e each evening. Tuesday night on the account of his frequent absence from 125 persons signed the pledge and donned credible to those who have not witnessed just here what "Ayah," "Behra" and "Khid-mutgar- " Will Guarantee lo 8ve you from 10 to 25Pr Cent on tvery Vehicle. Giro as a Call. mean. the amazing fertility of this loore volcanic Itaakfort. Messenger. the blue ribbon. Know then, that in this land, one man Thia par parenthesis to the praise eartb. A troop The marriage of Mr. Henry A. 8om-at- performing of wandering Arabs with three of His grace who gives us a lesson of his does only one thing and therefore each bears came into town Wednesthe Elizabethtown .Stirs to Miss of love to learn on even the most unlikely item of housekeeping work means a separaizabelh R., daughter, of Col. J. B. day evening but were ordered out by the auspots. " here sin abounds' (not umply rate person to do It. Your B.hishti carries Payer, of the same town, was celebrated in thorities before they had "done" the town water, nothing else. If yoa were to ask exists) "grace much more." elegant style Tuesday night. Mr. Bora to their own satisfaction. 2. Satan "cuts down" God never. Here him to black your boots, he would as little Kitty Gill, colored, did it with her e is one of the brightest as well as the hatchet in the police court Tuesday you have satan as in Job 1 and 2 chapters, think of doing it as would your Behra, t popular members of the Kentucky Bat in (whose work is to apply the blacking 70 trying to make our God do it. Frees and we rejoice to know he has won as when she was cent to the work-hous- e both places tbe work is cast back on him- brush) obey you if you ordered him to bride a lady in every way worthy of him, days for stealing one from another coon. bring water from the well or river. in That he and his may live long to enjoy the Kitty is an old offender and don't feel at self. Compare "Lo he is thou thine hand," "Hamara Kam nahin," (it it none of my shall cut it of Job, with, "After that home outside the work-houswalls. Coed things of this world our best wishes The extensive preparation for the Hop down," of Luke. Whom does eaisn want business) is the only answer you would extended. Thursday night indicated it would ba an to cut down? Answer: Those plaoted in get, and that not impudence in the least, I havereerlvr! Ex Assistant Secretary of State, elegant aflair. After the Lawn Party Wed- a fruitful place and yet failing in fruit only the simple statement of a fact that oJ sill) rertivhg Col. Bronston, of Richmond, haB been ap nesday evening the young folks It is not his bearing. Here he is always 'hunting the precludes all controversy. went to pointed Collector of this district, which OJd Fellow's Hall and participated in an precious life." Useless, inconsistent, habitu- work, according to the unbending custom shows that Cangressman McCreary is pre- impremtu hop, of ome four hours' dura- ally loose saints, live a long while. It is of this country, and from that "duatoor" CoaprMog the t est In the Market, hlh will tty solid with the administration. While tion. only the shining ones that go down like (orcustora) there is no appeal with him. U While Capt. Dillion's fast mail line "wandering stars," shooting meteors that The basis of the whole system of caste, is Gotton Up preferred one or two of the other applitve in Stylo and Mako Second to Nono in City or Country. cants to Col. Bronston, the, appointment is was coming into town Wednesday vanish in an instant. Compate the begin- founded on the unchangeable nature of Give Me a TrJisl. full up with a load of drummers, ning of chapter 13, out of which the para- this dictum of "the fathers." As it was in geoA one and will give probably as much Keneral satisfaction as any that could have Ac, the rear axle of his wagon broke, ble of the 3 years barren fig tree grew, to the beginning, so is it now, and ever shall be. been made. Of coarse the office of the causing some consternation among the find how the men perishing while at wor A bibishti must carry water, to the end of but unfortunately none of tbe drum- ship, is but a common circumstance, daily time, and no nothing eiss. A bihishti's Collector will now be removed to Rich- mers were hurt. THE NEW GIIOCEKY AX1) HAIID1I AIIE HOUSE OF mead. seen in real life, "unless you repent." We son, when he gets big enough is also a bi- Tnenews of the appointment of Col. are not to think their caee exceptional, and hiihti; and the eon's son and so on to the MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS, T. C. Bronston, of "Richmond, to be hence one in which there is little warning latest generation, ineoaugeoi tbelr em A. C Respress has been appointed postof this district, reached here Wed- for us, but a case "sb common as dirt" of ployment is tbe goat skin, stripped off master at Maysville. nesday afternoon and was somewhat of a privileges abused and opportunities wasted. whole and tanned entire, with broad leather lawyer of surprise, as it was thought a man would Then, satan claims his rights, and the poor strap fastened where the legs of the animal Z.F. Smith, a Iiouiaville, died at Eminence Tuesday. not be named for some time yet. The peo- soul, whose time is up, disappears like had been and slung ncrota the sboutders John C. Gault has been appointed the ple of Garrard were naturally inclined to lightning, it little matters whether by tbe holding some ten gallons, I should judge at Would k..d.y ask ye,.t,,I,,o,bef.ct that they have Just returned fro the rtt.e. wh . Ura, 'General Manager of the Qieen & Crescent favor the appointment of her two appli- "sword of Pilate" or the "falling tower of a guest. His associations are water carrifr 'h and well selected stoek of CHOK E cants, Judge Owsley and Mr. J. P: Sandi- - Siloam." Satan will select the method of ers. He marries, if at all, a water carriThe teller of the Banc of the Manha- fer, but yielded gracefully to the selection exit that will most effectually do his work er's daughter and expect to go when he ttan Co., New York, is adefiulter to the of Mr. Bronston. and at the same time, put survivors who dies to where good water carriers go. That In endleM variety, dainty In alull,y .nd amount of $100,010. William and Humphrey Best, sons of are in danger, completely off their guard. there will be a spot in tbe future world, desatisfactory lo pricey tbl. 0ur ala u at all times to supply every .nt la our line. visA violent wind and thunder-stor- m Ebttizer Beat, deceared, who are under in- Our Jesus recalls us to the common peril voted especially to bi bishtis, he never ited Chicago Tuesday. Several lives dictment for the alleged killing of a negro in which all are, who hearing the call of questions or doubts for a moment. i lost and considerable property dam- - at Paint Lick some time last So it is with all the trades, professions fall, came into of the "God of glory" oft repeated, turn a lu, chuumu uriaui 01 j.urope inj America, Our larff line of Tonkin K,. ,..... town on Tuesday and surrendered them- deaf ear to it. "After that" ????? and handicrafts in this land of caste dis- .nejusuy cetrated "Oreat Wtern Rerv," and many other f.milr Our Vhln. A Virginia lawsuit about a fifty-ce- nt stock con.l.uln part of Table, Tc and Ch.mber gel. selves to Jailer Rothwell. They announce "Lord" in the 8th verse eaaily misleads, tinction. I do not find one hair's brsadth of and OI.Mw.r. I ehlJ and etched. In tb. way of Rre.d.tuB. w name Buckwheat Hour, dqr, cost one party $200 and the other $425, themielyes as ready and anxious for a the 'Jl'" trial remember, it is in Greek simply an equiva- change in this respect sin-- e I was here 30 brated Patent -- G. M. In! , ' d resulted in one murder and a case of and their reason for giving themselves up lent to "sir." And not even "Michael" years ago. Generations gliding by make otic products, arr.yed Flour, urlv.lle,! for rake and r.,try, while Rice ard a. faithful adjuncts, All the del.c.cl . In SJAm .? at this time, instead of waiting until nearer ever treats satan other than courteonsly. no appreciable mark upon this heir-loo- m are here. Tin, Stone, Wooden and Wllloww.re, Electric Lamp., """""T WaMonw "ckaalT . ; ... and a complete line of C.g.r. and Tobacco. Well. tbl. I. only Ab examination into the condition of rv...i .... .. nive ii. isommonweaun am- Only silly men bring "railing" words when of the past. bint , iue vuui rro iv - J"" "d.f r"'U tbat we can make It to your Interest wetonHdently .,k an ea.mln.tlonof our good, Of course this is inconvenient for housethaeollapjed 8hackamaxon Bank, ple time to get up her testimony, so as to speaking of him. and yourp.t age. snows a shortage of a half million insure them a certain trial. Our going up is not tbe signal for the im- keeper and makes the employment of dollars. The Lawn Party on the College cam- mediate casting down of satan. For we go many servants a simple necessity. It is Mies Julia Jackson, daughter of tbe pus Wednesday evening scored a success. up between the 3J and 4th chapter and not from indolence nor oitentatlon, nor late Stonewall Jackscn, was married Wed- The grounds, which are well adapted for many stirring events happen between that easy compliance with the customs of the nesday evening to Mr. Wm. Christian, such a iTiirs, were beautifully illuminated and the 12:h chapter, Wbat I always luxurious, 'that the humble missiooary'it uoal or wood. rss3-sHs Richmond. with Japanese Lanterns and presented a meant to teach (but which I may not have house swarms with servacts, the number gg'WHsWs1sWsySLsgMfeiiwB This Range Is Extra Heavy and Is The determination of the Blaine par- dazzling appearance. Besides all our town put so clearly as I might h7e done) It of whom amazes a dweller in Eogland and me ery wst jtmiara utjsr-cotisans to defeat Senator Edmunds in the girls and several strangers, the pretty Col- this; that the going up of the "church of tbe America, wben it is simply stated without unueiu His cast top and (root, Iron. Hi BjBjBjfer with n explanation, and perhaps might lead some, Oven. Entire Wrought Iron Hody and Vermont legislature of 18S0 has already lege young ladies were out in full force Warming Oven extends under of the end;'1 lit born" is the "beginning entire to take shape. and made the young gentlemen feel it was and our presence with Jesus in the glory, even charitably disponed, to shake their Oven Icnuth ol Raugo, Automatic Hhelf. hectlonal It. 8. Trlplett has .received the demo- good to be there, E'i. E chhorn's Orches renders it a thing no longer to be tolerated, heads doubtfully, as if all could not be and Cut Centers. NickelI'lrc Linings name plate, right, where self denying precepts are knobs and bingo pins. Adjustalla cratic nomination for Slate Senator in the tra furnished the music, which was de- that he, who has beea our "accuser night side sheir and all moJern Improvelinked with such apparently self pamper ments, Oweneboro district and D. H. Smith in the lightful, and it was universally voted by and day before God and the Father," shall ing practice as a modI.;0 ,be "WRed wl'b Heater for rjiirkenth district. all the participants tftat the Lawn Party polute the tlaej with his presence. As erate household. dozn servants to a For the sake then of hot android water, extra. Water Ilox or Heater The Northern Presbyterian General wa3 one of the most elegant and enjoyable when a bride has been taken home, it is no tender consciences the thing should be Aaeeaablv, which has been in session in aflfsirs ever attended in our county, loner meet that the discovered slanderer luily explained. to be continued in oun next. Cincinnati, has adjourned to meet next Jno. 8. Marrs, of Louisville, is visiting should remain in the house who had in H. .SmrTslssHHHsMKsl HI J PHTUkLii his father's family. 'Messrs. E. W. Mead eyery way, schemed and wrought to keep "I'.ougli on Kali" clean out rats and mice. He, fearat Minneapolis, Minn. . SPECIAL AGENT, JJ The President has appointed Wm. H. and J. C. Ilelder, of Louisville, are guea's her away from the heart and home of her "Rough on Corui" frrCorni and Uunlom. Ifc, Webb, of Maysville, to be Deputy Third of Mr. Jno. E. Stormes. C. M. Rudall, loving bridegroom. From the moment that Thin people, "Well-,- 1 Health Itcnewer" restore Nliuiforil, . - Kentucky. health and vigor, cures djipepsta, Ac. 1. Auditor of the Treasury, vic A, M. Gan-roe- of London, is in town on businw. the first installment of that glorified bride "Rough on Toothache" cUes Instant relief. lSe. of Ohio, resigned by request. Ladles who would retain freshness nnd Ttraclty, Miss Mary Furgerson, of Covington, is breaths the air of the heavenly "place previsiting Miss Sallie Anderson Mis? Kate pared for her, all the piwer and wisdom don't fall to try "Well' Health Itencwer." zr Williamson, who performed the "Iluchu-palba,- " great Lidncy and urinary euro. mock marriage between the EJelln, of Alum Spring", in u guest of Miss of our Jesus ia concentrved on itiN design cleared I'lles, roaches, aula, married man, Mirgao, nud a young igno- Mollie Uurdett. Miss Mollie Jennings, of to rid ' the beavenliea" of his accursed out by "Rough on Rats." lie. rats, mice rant girl, Miss Woodson, at Frankfort, was Minerva, and Mnnle McNew, of Culisle, "Rough on Coughs," troches, 16c; liquid, 23c. unu the muspresence. When all ir-(i" I'or children, slovr In development, pnny and rreld under $500 bond. are viiltinK Miss Bertie Collier. Misi May tered forces on both Mm armored (fc r wo War, of Hopkinaville, is a guest of her must not suppose satin, the old campaign- delicate, uso "Wells' Health I'.enower." It. 16c. "Rough on Dentist" Tooth I'owder. Try HUSTONVILLE. UNCOLHjCOUNTY. sU'er, Mrs. R E. McRoberts. Missej Ella er, to be asleep, or careen about this treKerTous Weakness, Dyspepsia, fc'cmal Dobtllly Glad to flje the graceful suggestion and George Moore and Mimie 8nillman. mendous issue) thern occurs the struggle cured by "Wells' Health Renswer." Jl. iuciLKas IN t Mother Swan's Worm Syrup, for fererUhness, from DiDvI'le a to making our Dr. Brown of lower Garrard, nm with floa poor Milton verily supposed was in worms, constipation; tasteless. Mc. (that Drugs, Books, Stationery and prsidiog officer at the State Medical As- - 'Wherritt. MUse,. Mary Wilmore and tbe nait. but which is vet in the awful fu Stinging, Irritation, all Kidney and Urinary Jesiio Hemphill, of Nicholasville, are "Buchu-palba,- " ociatbn ta convene at Crab raiiuy Minutes. Jl, it ture) where "Michael and his angels" fight, complaints cured by Miss Mamie O'.d.'. Miss Nellie Anderson, aod tho "dragon and hi-- angeU" fi.'bt and Klght sweats, fever, chills, malaria, dyspepsia, This la the first timeour good old coun'y Physicians' prescriptions aecnratcjj tcrnjounJed, of cjaaties has baea honored of Indians, h visiting Miss Mattie Brown. the victory remains with our friend and cured by "Wells' Health Renewtr." Also My husband (writes a three tiroes the oonvocitfoi of the Medicineoi of the Mfca Anna Blythe left for her homo at chamnion Jeeus. For Mxhael Is none oth- man since using "Wells' lady) Is llenewsr." fl. Health 3iat, and it woald bi eminently fit to Springfield, Ohio, Tuesday morniog. Tfco er than lie, I feel aisured. Only lie can If you nre filling, broken, worn out ant ner;lica our veteran doctor ia the honorable Misses Wilson, of Cnthiana, are vlsiticg cocfiuerhim at every turn. "All judg- vous, use "Wells' Health Itencwer." SI, wjitfoa of chairman. We do not by any relatives at tho College. Dr. R. C. Mor- ment is committed to the Son." An anel Prevalence of Kidney complaint In America; The Largost Stock of Watches, (Mocks, " sa quick, complete rare, 1. Jewelry and Silverwara jmru present Dr.. Brown as one of ournn- - gan fs attending the meeting of the State would be a baby In the devil's grasp. They VOUoough when Elilbih's Cure, Ever bought liqaiiies, but bjin; josjeaiei of o dignity Dental Association at Louisville thlj week, may fight "ange!s," Mlchul fights the WHY WILL to this market Prices Lower than will give Immediate reJIof? Price Wk and St, I'or tie Lowest. Wotebos, Clucks aod Jewelry ReI drsfron. and discretion b3yond .his yean, a success I of wbica assoi'iition lie i president. ule ty I'tnny A Me Mister. paired on ahoit notice and Warranted "- I I few-$Bteh- lu Inftriorlonnral GEO. O. BARNES BUGGIES. BUGGIES, BUGGIES! fl always the lori. G-- 10. OUR STOCK IS WOW COMPLETE, -- 1 Carriages, Barouches, Phaetons, Buggies, Surreys, JnguarJWngons, Buck Boards, Carts, It Are Solc3L 3MCorit, - jr CnM.e self-sam- n, lit-ti- BRIGHT H. C. i CURRAN. e n RUPLEY! NEW GOODSSPRTNG& SUMMER after-ternoo- n, Col-lect- well-know- n TAYLOR BROS. JE3CXTS1,02NriIIJllaES. K. FAMILY GROCERIES .. ,,,. ,. OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY ,,,,, S o, S -- -- Pnila-deJphi- a, 1? T' THE LION WROUGHT IRON RANGE, for -' al s"aMj, W. HIGGINS$ r, bed-bug- s, Wmww& PHARMACISTS, (j&sf. Mlhim :i5feU) r't -aoe- ) -Hiother JEWELERS. Buchu-palba- j' ifcmt-8BMhliinttrioro- Eld. J. Bell Gibson will preach at Rowland next Sunday at 3 r. M. and each Jane G, 1885 profit. Stanford, Ky ii.. first Sunday afternoon for the rest of the The Harrodsburg incendiaries, Kraft year. and Turner, hare postponed their trial till The meeting at the M. E church connext Monday. Evidence of their guilt con- tinues. There have been over one hunL.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. .1139 r. M. tinues to accumulate. dred conversions, Interest intense. Rich Mall train going North Bouth ......... " " J 82 a.m. Mariuaoe. Mr. Reinhoid Fischer and mond Herald. Birrs strain" Houth...- ,....... I V3 A. M , Miss Hulda Scheiter, both fresh from GerHorb Rev. M. D. Conway, the Unitarian divine, who has been residing in Tbs hjOJt Is calculated on standard tlms. HoUt many, will be married at Lutherheim t'me li About 20 talnutrs fulcr England for the past twenty years, has rechurch next Sunday by Rev Olto Kuhr. turned to New York. LOCAL NOTICES. The supper given by the Ladies of the The venerable Harrison is now suc Christian Church was like titrj thing they cessfully operating a revival in Louisville, Boy your school booki from Penny A attempt, a most successful affair, beth in gathering grain in the same field where as McAlistcr. WATcncs and Jewelry repaired otfshort the abundance and excellence of the good the "Boy Preacher" he sowed seed seventy notice, and warranted by Penny & McAIIs-ter- . things and in a pecuniary point of view, years ago. as we learn it netted tbem about $120. There were 25 graduates at the SouthBoy the Haas Hog Remedy, the original and only genuine, from Penny &McAl The tables were very handsomely dressed ern Baptist Theological Seminary, this and the pretty girl waiters flitting to and year. Among those who received degrees liter. A complete tock of jewelry, latest fro made tho whole a very pretty scene, as Eigltnh graduate are F. D. Hale and style, llockford watcher a specialty. Pen n here. Naturalization. -- Ninoieen Germans G. W. Perryman, both nyA McAlisttr. Fon couitlis, colds, Ac., use Comn. Syrup and two Swiss appeared before County LAND, STOCK AND CROP of White Pine, in 25 and 50c bottJeo. Pre Clerk Blain yesterday and filed their declapared by Mcltoberti A Stags. J. S Hughes bought ofaPdlaski parration of intention to become citizens, This Fahmejih, Read This. (Jo to Dr. M. is the preparatory step for naturalisation ty a pair of mules for S300. L. llourne's druir store and get one package Seventy bead of Jersey cattle sold in of Sam A. Clark's Hog Remedy. If you pipers and must be taken two yeara before MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. said paper can Issue. The law also re Louisville this week at an average of re not satisfied after using it your money will be refunded. quires a person to be in the country fire $180 Managed by Jno. B. Fish, The Ihrahl reports the sales of a pair years before they can issue. PERSONAL. of tiptop mules for $100 and another pair Mies Fannie Bragg has returned from A GRAND picnic will be given at Drip- for $350. Stanford where she has been attending colMb. W. T. Looan, of LouUrllle, is on by the enterprising ping Springs Tom Woods bought of Green Bright a lege. Mr. E. B. Smith made a business a visit to his father's family. proprietor, Col. D. G. Slaughter. A splen- lot of heifers at $25 and of J. A. Harris a visit to Hart county this week. Bob ThompTncEUEAHT is attending Mns.S. C. did dinner will be set, a bill of which ap- lot of yearlings at same price. son, of Garrard county, is visiting at this a meeting of the Woman' Missionary Sopears on our first page, an excellant band John A. Judy bought Monday of place. ciety in Knoxrille. will be in attendance and with muiic and B. a car load J. M. Robinson A Co., of Louisville, Cait. W. H. SriuuuN.of the C. A N., dancing the day will be spent most delight John ,Kennedy, of Bourbon, cattle at $5 75. per cwt. of 1,600-Ib.has levied an attachment for $284.80 on so unwell that he had to arrived yeterday, fully. Col. Slaughter extends a general inClark Democrat. the property of J. W. Nesbitt, a prominent retire Immediately. vitation to everybody to come and guaranCattle are lower in Louisville and are stave merchant of this place. Mr, Nesbitt Missis Jessie an. Cassie Baicom, tees t hat the best of order will be main- quoted at 2 to 5 common to best; hogs will execute a bond and discharge the atof Mlteourl, are guesU of Mrs. J. W. Altained. are bringing from 3 to 4 05; sheep 1J to 3 tachment and resume operation in a few corn and other friends. days. There is great indignation at the The strike among the brakemen on the and extra spring lambs 4 to 0 cents. Miss Della Ramsey and Miss WalkParis Court. 200 head of cattle on manner in which Mr. Nesbitt has been Judge J. Kentucky Central continues nd increases er, of Richmond, will arrive at and the men are putting themselves out the market, nearly all young stock. Good treated. M. Philip' this afternoon. calyes from $20 to I give below a complete list of all the Col. T. P. Hill delivered the annual side of the sympathy of the public by un yearlings brought $30, $23, scrubs dull at from 2 to 3 cents, taxable property lor ifockcastle county as address at the State College Wednesday lawful demonstrations and refuting to algood horses from $85 to $125. returned by the Assessor for the year 1885: and the efJort is highly spoken of by the low the freight trains to be moved. If the H. A. A. Harbison, of Shelby, soli 27 108,035 acres of land valued at $535 940, circular issued concerning the reduction Lexington pipers. pound. Moore 83 town lots $37,125, 1,870 horses and Mn.T. L, Crow, of Nlcholaiville, is contained the actual facta of the condition extra lambs at 6 cents per He was in to ttt, of the road the men should have accepted A Pearce, of Bourbon, shipped last week mares $03,211, 427 mules $23,940, 8 jennets a visit. at his father's on s two of Iambs brought at $5 75 $100, 3,323 sheep 15,153, 5,580 hogs $10,-00us yesterday and expressed himself highly the new wages, but we understand that one per cwt. G. W, McDile, of Henry, sold 1,009 cattle $30,535, 48 stores $34,790, of the cbiel causes of the strike is the fact pleased with his new home. S9 pounds, at C cents pleasure carriages $802, gold and silver Pnor. W. C. OniKiTEAD, of Centre that the men have no, been paid off for 17 lambs, averaging per pound. They were the product of 12 watches and clocks $0,210. Total values, College, with several of his pupils, attended two months. ewes. 5SS0.003 Legal voters in theconnty 1,917. the Commencement Tuesday night. Miss Horse Thief. A few days ago Sheriff Number of sheep killed by dogs GG. There HALLS GAP. LINCOLN COUNTT. Ida Prewitte uied ts be a pupil of his and was raised in the county last year 53,412 reason Menefw arrested a man who gave his tobear her eay was the principal F. F. Bobbitt will speak here on Sat- - pounds of tobacco, 992 tons of hay, 203,575 name as J. W. Bseler, on suspicion that be coming. of his was a horse thief, and it turns out that be urday, June 0th, at 1 o'clock r. M. bushels of corn and 10,432 bushels of Mips Eldiudoe left fur her home in was organized last A Sunday-schoo- l diagnosed the case correctly. The man wheat. Memphis to night much to the regret of with a was very anxious to sell the horse and in Sunday at Tucker's school-hou- se her many friends here. We hope her de- other ways showed thit something was large number of rcholars in attendance. 'ETf ADTKBTlSEMEaiH. parture Is not for aye, but that her bright It is said that a youg lady and gentlewrong. After putting his man in jail, the face will again be seen here before many Sheriff wrote to several points asking for man of this place will take the 'matrimodar have passed. ALEX. ANDEBBON, Information, and finally Mr. Sim Hartley, nial car" some time next week, but for Mimes Ollie V. William and L'l.le of Knoxville, arrived and recognized the goodness sake don't say we told it. ATTOHNEY A.T XjA.W, Shehan, who have been attending college DANVILLE, KY., The many friends of Miss Jennie 8. man as W- C Idol, of his place, whom he here, left Wedneidsy for their home in Will practice In U C iuru Bojle isd adjoining belived bad stolen his hore. On being con- Napier will be glad to learn that she is at counties and In tijc Coi'tofof Appeali. Miss Bertie Shreve Nelson cDinty. home again after an absence of manr Miss May fronted, Idol o fried up and said ho had l.tbanon the same XiEE P. HUFFMAN. traded Hartley's hor to S iid D J Tall in months attending tbe college at Midway. Adams to Mt. Vernon Thursday and Miss Rockcastle for the one he ha J when he A son of Mr. C. M. Jones and a daughter BTANFORD, KY. yesterday. Ida Prewitte to Ibrle counly Bouth side Main Street, two doors above here Idol i the so a of a Baptist of Mr. Dive Kirk are ill with the fever. Offlc Mj-eHotsls the the pleasure this week of cams Wk had good standing at Knoxrille. Mr. Chas. Rice is visiting friends and rela- FureNttrout Oxide Oai altnlnlitered when rePope, of Augusta' preacher of meeting Rev. Cide-nu- n quired. He will be taken there for trial as soon a tives in Cincinnati. Mr. J. J. Rust, of (is , who recently bought the Millewburg the necessary papers are sent. Danville, was here last week. Miss Emma DB. W. B. PENNY. Female C'jllege. Ho appeared to be a most Herring, of Garrard, is visiting the family Doiitlnt. accomplished gentleman and judging from Proceeding on the assur- of her brother, Mr. M. F. Herring. Mus The Fair STANFORD, KENTUCKY. the handsome notices that appear in the ance from a number of the officers and Anna McCiure, a bright little beauty of Office on Lancaster itreet, eext door to office. Office hours from 8 to 12 A. Georgia papers concerning htm, the future and stockholders of the Hustonrille Fair Crab Orchard is the guest of her sister, M.and 1 to 5 p. M. Aneithctlci admlnUlerrd when 151-- 1 school is very bright. of the Co., that they had determined to hold no Mrs. T. W. Napier. Mr. Jno. C. Hill is neceuarv. jr. To XKtHT Miss Addie Purnell will meeting this year, sereral Stanford peo- back again after a sojourn of several days ple began to agitate the question of holdleave for her home at Nashville accompa! at Somerset. Suburban nied by her dear friend, Mrs. M. V. Tim- - ing one here. Stock to the amount of $5S0 The open lodge given by the good NINETY-FIV- E LAND S ACRES berlake, who will spend a couple of weeks was secured, no person taking over one templars at the Halls Gap church was an In mbiirlii offilinlord for ule. A part of old Ileliu place. To with her. As members ot the college lac share of $10. Wednesday afternoon ac- occasion of general enjoyment to ail those suit purchasers. be fold at a whole or Into rcela to For paatlculsra tpplv been residents of Stanford cording to notice the stockholders met at 'KI.CII,6T II". G. ulty they have who were so fortunate as to be present. UA E. T. IIOCIIESTEII. for several years and our people nave oe the Court House for the purpose of organlady members had decorated The young .nmomnrh attached to them. Thy have ization. Mr. E II. Bjrnalde was called to the church with festoona of flowers and FOR SALE, with gnat preside over the meeting and W. P Waltilled their respective positions evergreens, and when the merry crowd be for themselves the lasting ton was made secretary. The chairman credit and won gan to enliven the scene, it presented an A DESIRABLE DWELLING AND 6T0R3-hou- ie combined. Beit builnras location in the god will of our people. Miss Purnell will stated the object of the meeting and the aspect of beauty, elegance and loveliness, place. A bargain cn l had by addrelng or ap Colbe one of the faculty of Mlllenburg Srt butines in order bring the election of as is rarely witnessed. Mr. M. P. Morgan Pljl aionceio r. m, McKIcdct, Kj. lege next year and Mrs. Tlmberlrke will a president, Fjresiui Rsid was chosen delivered the opening address and after to her Virginia home to re- over C. R, Il.rrls, who wis afterwards some excellent speaking by Messrs. J. likely return J. W. P. Walton and main. But go where they will they will made Chaa. P. Ware, Mies and If G. D. Hopper were etch nominated for Rust, H. W. Rice, ever be pleas intly remembered here Amu McCiure and many others, the This Is to certify that the LUerpool A London A good wishes avail, their future lives will secretary but both declined and then by a play entitled "What Ooe Drink ol Whisky Ul.be, through John M. Philips, Agt.at Stanford, be as happy as we think they deserve to be. unanimous vote, D. B. Edmiaton was elect- may Do," was rendered and in such a man- hii tettlcd with me promptly and In full and paid ed. A committee consisting of I. M. Bruce, ner as to reflect credit upon those who eTtr cent of the amount (11,800) for which uiy property was Insured, The fireoccurred about the LOCAL MATTERS. H. T. Bush and E. P. Woods was selected participated, the characters all being well middle of May, ISM. I take pleasure In recome y to name a list of directors and they report-BEAUmTL Flower Poti. T. R. Walton. qualified for their respective parts. I fail- mending the company to every one having prop-rtL T. ROCHESTER. the following: J. W. Weatherford, A. ed to notice a sinsle instance of misbehav to Insure. Fink fruits a W H. Urdy' fruK K Denny, G. A. Lackey, S. II Baugb-ma- n, ior and the lodkje deserves the highest Stand. E. P. Woods, H. T. Bush, J. E. praise for the perfection of their arrangeTHORNDALE BOY t The Creamery Co , having reduced price Lynn, J. S. 0sley and G. P. Bright. ments and the many thanks of those to of butte: I now sell it at 25 cents per Tbey also named J. N. Menefee for Chief whose pleasure they contributed so greatly. Four jcara oM.iinglitmd No. 11I7S In the A.J. C.C. Itcok, lll itJe os at e?,. lit lie l Marshal. The report was adopted. At pound. T R. Walton. Thorndale id, g g . Bilmr 2J.iT; g c. K. . fu OANIILLE. BOYLE COUNJf. Martin, Imp , M. H82 and data Is Julia InglrMdo this point Mr. H C. Bright arrived from No. inn; R.d. Betty lnglelde. No. hHI: Nora, Leave orders for the Wilier A. Wood Hustonville and reported that subscripImp.. 8.".'; tiatinka fr.&i, Silver Huron li'V, Ixmlie Fine otrawberriea are offered nnwr in time to procure them without tions for a fair wjre being made up there, 5to,2!0S; Victoria, Imp, 223; Loulie, Imp., 75S. Thureday, at 30 cents per gallon. J. O. C'AIlPEXTElt. exlra cost. Bright A Curran. whereupon H.T. Bush, H. C. Bright, W. Stanford, Ky, The old Central National Bink A HEroRT of the financial condition of P. Walton and D R. Carpenter were apon tho 2 J Inst, declared an adtho county together with a list of the pointed a committee to confer with the ditional dividend of 59 per cent. r aim against it appears in this Issue. The Hmtonville association, which being done Jo Haas has cold his wool, consisting bonded debt of the county i but $8,000 by telephone it was learned that it had ofabout 100,000 Iba,, to Eastern parties I will deliver Ici to rrgular cuitomers In Stanford and Tlclntty every morJlc; at fully decided to hold a fair this year. at a very email margin above cost. and it is being paid as fast as it falls due. POUND There is no crying demand for a fair A marble baptismal font has been pre- ONE CENT Ah Aiken & Bishop weie taking their here and the question would never have or Accounts due at tbo sented to Trinity church by Mr, and Mrs. when customer quits. close ot each mouth, Unction engino home yesterday it frighten-e- d bees agitated had not the impression 11. E. JIAIlttOir. Henry Olmsted and Mies Kate Ball. a horse driven by Mr. R. T. Mittingly been made that Hustonville had adandon-e- d A Hop at the Opera House Wedneswife and it ran off throwing him and his the idea of holding one. Another meet- day night was attended by about 00 young and child out of th vehicle and Muring ing was called for evening, folks, all of whom enjoyed themselves imtho two latter painfully though not icrloua- - Saturday, when it is more than probable Dressed Pine Flooring, Ceiling, Weather mensely. that the stockholders will decide to give Workmen are putting up a fine monuBoards, Finishing Lumber, Green The c'ub requests that the persona who up the business, entirely. ment in the cemetery over the remains of Lumber in the Rough, including hold almiseion tickets to the Hop of members of the family of tbe late Dr. Laths and Shingles. ex-pat tho Opera Home and who do not Tho democrats, of tho Thirty-seconWm. Craig. convcuUnce of our customers In StanFor the to dunce, will please fiod seals in the district nominated F. T. D. Wallace, of Mr. W, J, Lyle received a ?Iepitch ford and vlilulty we have arranged wltu Geo, , HViiiwii to keep on ht yards anaisortment gKilerj, which will be nicilf cleaned nd Lawrence county, for Stato Senntor. Wednesday from Washington City which of our Lumber, where they can get It a cheap as IIowHl also make from none but the bet people admitted. Tula The reduction in the public debt dur- demolished his hope of being Revenue any us direct. linudi, which we willestimates rot fill on short bills not on la .Innn In nrevent, tho great ClOtfd On ing the month of May, according to the re- Collector of this district. notice. JIELVIX ltAVlS, f- -r dan- the n 1.11, vised form of statement, amounted to Linniotta Springs will be opened for rthelhor to curtail the space The total debt is less cash in the gutM'.s on the 10th inat. An annalysis car. AT- Tnn Band Bojs having received gener- Treasury, - $1,101,391,011, of which of lluse waters by competent cbemiBts mol-iclnMnsoiilieimor's ous contributions of cake, ice, substa- amount $1,270,771 402 is interest bearing. show them to be pstaeated of valuable Among the postmasters commleeioned properties. ntial, Ac, arc prepared to guarantee an Oitositk CocnT-HoujTheyounu ladiea of the graduating supper at Eiroka HU to night, A yesterday was Godlovo Christ, at Sibotha, lnvelv lot of vounc ladies have volunteered Kansas, There hai beeu many evidences claai of Caldwell College were greeted with DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY, to net as waiters and with their cheering that Providence ha all along been on the a large audience at the conclusion of the Maiti ,rn trri'il ,( all hotl'S. CiaillO always on fresh rlsli. nd atuv ami in Masnn. presence nd the enlivening drains ot s'.Je of the AJminWtrUon, and we are commencement exercUes Wedn?day night inn, .imiimcImItaM.rtft.1 Inoriteri ill iItIoi and on (bort liar which will furnish gratified at this proof that the President Toe folio wins an the name) of tbe gradu- notice. Look out for the sign "Woodbine Reitau Eichhorn'd Orchestra, you aro hungry. of their esey-- : Salu- rant" and e.tll when music from 7 to 0.30 o'clock, the promise nolo upon the rule tht one good turn de ate with the sul jv. w..v.isonEi.uEii &r-- f ssrvea another Uinrllle, By. LiuiivlUe times, tatory br Mis Mtinie Metcalfe, subject, of a gaol tlcuiiasire to be fulfilled. ii ... t The one or two dudes that in flict S'.anford can read Mies Mary Reid's reference to them on our first pige with fire-cen- RELIGIOUS. "A Modern School Girl's Graduating Es- HlM, well-know- n well-know- say"; essay, Miss Gertrude Chandler, subject, ' Can Girls Talk"; essay, Miss Berta Newlln, ubje:t, "All E idingi are but Beginnings"; essay, Miss Florence Slaughter, subject, "All Pyramids are not Egyptian"; essay, Mies Ama Van Meter, subject, "Tangled Threads"; valedictory, Miss Eliza Lust, subject, "Smiles and Other Things." Dr. C. II. B. Martin delivered the diplomas with an appropriate address. Dr. Jos. P. Letcher, of Lancaster, was in town Tuesday. At a little distance this gentleman very much resembles his cousin, Hon. George P, McKee, of Covington, and is often mistaken for him. Mrs. 11. E. Samuel is in Louisville visiting her sister, Mrs. Dt. J. M.Holloway. Col. J. Wesley Durham has returned from Washington city. He had two audiences with the President while there. Rev. James Matthews, for many years Professor of Latin, Rhetoric and Modern Languages in Centre College, is now here on a vieit. For several years past he las been living in California, Dr. H. P. Boiley iiconfined to his home by a very painful carbuncle on the back of his neck. TDE3IE CHEAP GBOOEB. T. R. WALTON, -- & DEALER IN. -- KXff33U&i1 rfTsBCZ 1:3 o w 00 O cj And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. IN ADDITION TO GROCERIES AND PBOVISIONS, HE KEEPS Tin-- , Glass- - y and Queensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To: ' Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. Canned Goods from the Best Canneries of the Country. For Bargains, There Is No Place Like the Corner of Main and Somerset Sts. car-load- 9, WHOLESALE PRICKS 1 - Jj, Over 40 Buggies, Carriages 8TJKGEON DENTIST, Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagons, Over 4L Farm Wagon.s and many to lie oiJaet-ooiZ- s RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES. !Do Landor Sale BLUE-ORAS- Too Many GoodB on Hands; Trndo ia Dull nnd They Must Sold." GEO. D. WEAKEN, Mnunrac.urcrfe' Agent. IIU91ENSE SIOGK OF- - -- PRIVATELY. iiKininiinifl, WALL FA -- NOTICE. 11! TRIMMED AND- - BEADY FOR THE WALL! -- AT- M'EOBEETS & STAGG'S. ALL I KICKS AND STYLES. "The Bourne from which no Traveler Returns Sick." The boy ttcod on the burning deck, Determination In his eye "Forltourne'a Drug Store I am bound, I'm for the little Hoc or die!" Twinkle, twinkle, little star, My friend, tha cheapest good, by tar, M Bourne's Drug Store you will find The purest, belt, ol eTery kind. to-da- 27-- tf ICE! ICE.! ICE! PER 19-- tf 68" HHllHiBM LUMBER! Mary had a little lamb, (For Baruuru she auould j ilckly send); But Bournn liai tho nlceU lot Of Drugs and rings, breast pins and things, Of spectacles and soaps, perfumes and enTelops, Patent medicines of all klndi. Globe mixed paints, cordials and wines -And every thing else, the cheapest aud Viett, At Tbe Now Drug Store, (to rhyme, put In "Bourne ever iu.rc " Y( urs till death, M. L. BOH BN'E, at tho Ne'7 Drug Store, Stanford, Ky r.tv o-- UNDERTAKER, erytliiiiB from tlie Cheapest to tho Finest Parlor Snlle&. No need to ro to the large cities to liinko your purchases, no mutter what quantity or quality you want, as I can nnrt will dnpllrato any prices yon can obtain elsewhere, frclKUt uelnR addeiJ. &!) a frill assortment ot Collins, Ca?cs, Shrouds ami Kobe, ombraev lnc all the New Styles, both cheap ami expensive. TYure roaasf opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, My. A i- Restaurant Full ami complete assorlmciu Iealei- in ITiii'iiitnye or Furniture, - AND ! . cxubraciUK cv tj-3 73 ttalnes, simton WE WILL 8TAND OUR the Hcnior class of B titer & Chattal; this CI-AIM- S 2 50 I Rlll'e, Joe, col'd can only be wiped out by whipping one or Richards, M. I, 2 SO more of us, or getting whipped, which is Redd, J. A 5 Payab!o Out of Lovy of 1885. ,. more likely, or making an apology which UoblDson, Porter 2 30 At our I remises mile from Tiuiiersrllle at $S s' P I I I. t to Insure lUlng colt. Reld, D'r. Hugh 41 '!. will be dictated to you by our clau; you C 21 t Anderson, Tllfird tlOYEIl S 11. U. .t' J. Rout, Walker IN THE DEVILS LAKE, cm now decide." 2 0 ... Anderson, 8ll.ii . Roblnion, Alex. C 8 50 TURTLE MOUNTAIN, ... 21 10 Robinson, Harvey, .... "I have already decided," raid Henry, Albright A 1'rllh ! An Entertaining and Instructive Seosl'd S50 Arc! Mouao Rlvor Country. ... 12 00 Alcorn, Dr. Ed "which ono of you am I to fight?" ' ............................. ...mm. .... 2 itcte, J. rial Story, AiriRTW : I. a it it .. 7 50 Roblnscn,l .....S. Alcorn, D. J .......,. .... O J. One of themjcame" forward, one who would line Imported. Norman slalllnn will make the 2 :o Rauey, W. G ... Mm. Amanda... The Alcorn, i 41 season of 181 at the stable or J M.Wray.at "Pink DAKOTA snUlli-called a hurley fellow, if the term was Adams, Q. A... 7 58 .... . Rlgney, J. F 4 08 Written Expreulj for the Interior Jour- le I'v r . i t Cottage," IS tulles from Staurord, M ... 7 0 I not too coarse to be applied to one of the Rosloy, J. S nal. Kl n-J ri j tm lf 1 Slooua!uere, J.T.. 5 CO ... "! iixxil.tUi.ind lull ii in vil i.i i.ulr students. Laying off his coat and cuffs he Bracket, John AT 815 THE NKAHOX, Suiltb, David D 5 .'ice i) 4dilreulvt. H WAUKKN 1 25 Laskoy, .. I .en I I'j.i Aslant, Stringer, Darld I).., t. Paul, Mian, aiij 2 SO stepped up to Henry and hit htm a heavy BUI ii, John, aulguee ol 0 JJ3 to Insi rk a Colt. By MISS MILDRED IiSWIB. Bunlett, Joe, col'd i 00 Slngleten, Hlee, col'd Mamuba K. R., St. Pa l, Miss 2 50 blow on the shoulder. He staggered flaitln, M. 8 Chanipo la a dark gray, l.'-- i hands high, weighs 5 CO Stone, Lee .,... 2 50 l.OOOpoiinJsaml Is 3 years ild the Wlh of May 77 17 . slightly, regained his footing and dexter- Bright, II. C m. OH A ITER IX. Shanks, 8. II next, llnlsof nnestyleand actlen, good In tbo 101 . 2t! 71 Slbold, J. M ously avoided another blow, struck his an- Blight A Curran loins, well ribbed ASTRAY. ........ 7 60 ed shoulders; headand large body, withon.welLshap. litr He was and neck well set G, V - !S CO Sltupsen, Uriah on the part tagonist between the eyes which caused Bronaugh, Dr. .......... 250 Imports liy a. w. siuiiiieneii ,t iu.,oi "No further demonstration 8 CO Slgler, Bishop, Columbus A. J HI., Seplemlwr II. 1H32. 137 9 oJ the senior that dty nd Henry began to him to measure length on the ground. 30 Boone, C. AV We will also stand at the same place our fine eamllfer, Wm . 2 50 5 U "Will that do?" said Henry, when after Btuce, J. E hope they had recanldered their intentions. Thuriuend, O. J ...... 5 youug Jack, The slreoftr liters and n liters and more lanrr 2 5) Barnett, I'.olort and flrit'ilassriitrrn horses thi'i any oilifr n Thurmeud, H. R ...... 5 "It would teach thtm a leswn for some of vigcrous rubbing and pounding they had Illtbop, Samuel.... 1 25 iu Kentucky, will make Ilia season cf ISM Terry, D. F , 2 to get their hed soundly puuimeled euccteded in bringing their companion Bailey, J. A J. V then four miles west o' Hinnfr J, directly on Kno'j 7 50 Tanner, K. L., 1, 15, ti, S10, 13.....,...... 31 At !0 for it I.I hit; Coll. Boston Is a beau Lick pike, and will ie permitted toserrethe mares at and one of which they etnd in need, but around. "Will that do or shall we try it Bogle, J. A. 100 00 was fialed Norember the extremely low prUe ol hands Tombs, Major D 2 50 tlful black, 14l by Westiilgli: Knd, he by Warrior, bis 10, 1T, and Is Bailey, E. F 700 Tucker, J. 0 I don't want to teach it." Bat his epirit again?" 0 dam by Jim Porter, first dam Slioo Fly, by a .Mam$20 (ho NoiiHoii orl.'IO (oIiiHiiro. 103 7? Ode little fellow, who had more spirit Blaln, John he siw them walls of! . Tate A Penny Warrior Jack. rowiu rnn wba 5 30 moth and Grass furnished at t ler (iwnth. Due rare will 2 00 Varnon, Bruce, I. Mc Pasture furntsiied at rratonabln rates, but will betaken to prerent accidents or craes, but will Thomas W. 02 0 i and leave Mr. Krupp severely alone. Poor thin strength, now cime forward, but was Barrow, It, not be reiponlbl fnracrtdrnta shold any occur. not berrspauslble should aay or. ur. 200 Vatight, M. E m 4 I'.I1Vj UAIIKI'IIUjU. with star In and Ptdlgree -- Nobliy Is a Jet black Desctlptlou Mr. Krupp, who couldn't hide hn mortifi- quickly on the turf with his opponent sit 2 OO Burton, Wm Vandereer, I). W ITS 2t lorebrad and two while feet, 16 hands and pretended to be too ting on him and holding him there. Tho Brown, C 2 00 White. R. L 1 Inch high, tine mane and tall, cation and distress good, luny leg, 8 a 20 lieautlful head and neck, (excellent shoulder, lai k Walton, W. P deeply interested in h"n studies to take any scone Wis an entirely different one from xirown, J. a ............................... 61 65 and loin Infict. faultless in srinmetrr. and will 2 00 Wilson, .... Bailey, J. W Joshua 4 guarantee Ibetedoesn'l lire a stallion pessetteJ ot recreation at all, He had been a universal what the seniors had expected; two of them BUhsp, Joilih 2 00 Warren, J. II 2 ?"! """L,"w".'iu ""''. ." '"H":. up until this time and one thebsat In the lot, had been signally Eroniugu, It. Ii This Ana rounu ssddle stallion I hare concluded m.7..'": favorite among them 3 SO White, W. P 2 to lo.s.r,.. UmlUd numbsro. mates at th. low h.VlTlViiMWfr Itit'h.rl.i h57SWr on 2 00 Wells, their conduct woanded far more than it an- defeated; Mr. Krupp was on the side of the Bailey, J. It Etthu good mirrt Is tho UH that some of his sere sneed. i r"cv 0 25 50 enemy and if M- -. Ghadsley wasn't he was Bailey, Dr. Steele, ft SO and ill... gered him. irsl colls base nolhtnr but a Hlr Wallace dm to It Dlttft J Vrlae 10 5 00 Yowell, F. M., 11 5fl and iMoMintooti tueiu inn c( itself is conclusive 3 30 Sjmetimtsour mortli art mijhtly like more amused than disconcerted by the Benrdlct. 0. A ft 88 prcuttbst tho frvru lre. No'.' y 57 00 Young, 11 Boone, Kara, Which money I will expend on his education alter Is ihestteiifNoMiy Jr.. rocorJ ih P 2 the richt -- Ida Imki bett, but turn of sffiirs, while Henry looked as Brown, Charley and wife 2?' sold W. oar trloree; SI 04 the searon Is oer by placing him In tbehandsof C K.lr.uriHilo. f,r IS.oou. Oueof bis colta totrot-le- -l they'll do turned a little lossenen doesn't fresh ai ever. It bgin to dawn on the oth- Brown, E. W.'s Adm'r 730 09 Total amount bt claims..., ...!;,417 S some gool eaddle horse mtn, only to steady him Ut sea.n with Tery Utile handling la 2 3I his gaits, for he hat them A true list. Alt: 2 00 These boys er sevaa th tt a ciaioromiss had batter bi Crutchfleld, John J BLAlN.CIk. L. C. C. In exhibit him at the Fairs. naturally. I 3expect Nobby was sired by llarrard Chin the sireol Basil matter; elasticity preferred. OlltKdgsli tear Duke.SU. Maiulirluolllpny2ii. Red Crjok to bau-3 50 old this Spring, datk lay or brown, I5. 2M4; Hill Arp 2 ChUllj JUmhrluo would have felt Infinite sorn for one who made, their fun was at an end; they didn't Clyruer, V'm high and a perfect modtl In lorni. lie was slre.1 t'hlel, slreof Lady ii; Uarraid 9 25 . Compton, F. B. (lour claims) Thorn. iS4; Mtm. FINANCIAL CONDITION OP THE CO. by one ot the noted old Denmark family, Lerl brlno221t.and lereralothen in Woodford lln i.t hMln'c braverr enoujh t3 tell the truth, no want the affsir to bs anything very serious, i art 20 00 ......... Clark, Rabt Hubble'a On Tlrue; lit dim by one of thecrandeet dam br Flank; Jd dim bAriUs. ih dam by Ham 3d one the bast way was to treat the whole thing Caldwell, II. V. A Son.. matter what the cinseii'isncs, nut 22 50 horset ever known In any country, Cabbie's Old bletoulan; 4lh ilaiuby Lincoln County Court of Levy, Lexington, horse that hat taken mere premiums thoroughbred mate, saidDlouielea Nobli's daru a wbbs moral courage was sufficient to keep as a j ike, so they all laughed and shook Curtis, Chatles 10 00 to l by Imp Tranby. -.. than and gut more good horses than any known Parting with laarestbslifoifeit theloiuranre In June Term, 1883. J 5 CO horse; any horseman will tell you so, therefor we him from fighting when there was no hands with Henry; said he was a fine fel- Carson, V A . V. .. VIIOW, should not let the strains ol thew two famlltet 5 iO hlanford. sly involved his physical low and might consider himself one of Carrier, S. M., tl and f 2 40 Orderel that the followl g staement U spread rundown. Ills 2d dam was by Faulkner's Young wrong to fight I wlllalsoatanl a FINE YOUMi JACK that 9 90 Carter, 0. L uon the order book and that the clerk cauw the America. Uncle Peter Oenlry says he was the Wat will be permitted toserre a few gtvl marre at fto them in the future, that they were only Colson, David...... oarage and he was thereby disgraced. 11 15 ............... breeder that etrrstoM In ssiae to be published in the Imtkiior Jounal, dam by Taylor's Messenger. lloyle county. Third to Insure. This Jsrk will be I teats oM the 71b. cl Ancient history lells of nothing gained bent on a little fun. Young Obadsley Caldwell, E. B , J r 6 (0 September, la fully Hindi high. lie wil ilrsl newspaper, by the aek tint wai sold by W. L. r..r CO 5 ... bdiplomtcy or civil jjurtesv, everything laughed so much and wrung Henry's hand Carter, J. M., Sr J The following Is a statemint of the financial ll,IManlwaslakQtol'alltrula. II iit.lll half la a 191 Ot Collier, J. H., adm'r W. J. Collier, brother of the l.toopjundlatk ownej by Mr. l'ey-to- n condition of Lincoln County at this d.te, June 1st, was decided bj the e ward and bittle axe; so heartily that he wis universally frowned 5 00 1885; Euibree. Chappell, Thomas This One young Jack will alto make the season c. h. C. t.tf) nad although clvilizition has nude such on, as for Mr. Krupp, he was so entirely of 133 at my stable, one mile from Stanford on 10 25 V'.... ................. Carter, P. Claims allowed and audltcU 17,417 M the Hustonrlllaplke, at sirides, it seems that the taint has not jet taken in and delighted that he cculd say Coffey, A. G 2 40 Subscription to the Stanford A Preacheis- 2 00 Coffey, T. C. died out and never will, it crops up in cot a word. $8 to Insuro a Living Colt. rille Turnpike 1,000 00 2 00 & MISSISSIPPI ways and goes far to substantiate the "You must come to the Eist room to- Cochran, S intereat on b)ndetl debt 4S0 00 Utere Walker Is a brown with white points, 13 , ................ 2 00 tihsrllTs commission lor cellectlng CounM., Jr hands high, 4 years old and said by good Jaek Dirwiaiin theory of a remDtfl tiger and night, Graham, we are to haye wine and Carter, J. ...... 3 80 Carson, Cbirlcs. col'd...... ......... ty Lery of 1S45, estimated 800 CO men to be one of the nnut boned Jaeks In KenThe Dlretl Route to viUcit ancestry. Man's dignity above all cigars and can't do without you," said a Clark, James, col'd 3 60 Has actions like a sure. wnungeni expenses for flicil year lSil- - 750 00 tucky. patronise us we willhorse, quick anddetain premise not to If you 2 50 thjjsgs must not be insulted; do whatever chorus of voices. Ccly, Ben you long eo the Jaek'a account ... . . 443 00 Total tob paid out of Lery of IM5 tJeyou like, bat leive around him a clear "I neither drink or smoke, so you must Carpenter, D. P. 110,447 SS lit J. J?. A' J. It. t'A 11 It IS. 2 00 Dudderar, John iioifDKD Dinr. in which his Ihigh personal esteem excuse me," said Henry emillDjr, "I would Denny. A. ifxx .. 5 00 Two Bonds iV....... Nerthwed and Seuthweat by the way of of II.OM each lisued July 1, be one too many, like Banquo's ghost, and Dlshon, Francis 7 OC imy Oiurlshas tbebiy tree and give ISTS.due 10 years from date ..JI.OOO 00 ! LOUISVILLE orCI.VCIX.VATI. 17 00 " to his nostrils. Duddetar, S12 and II spoil the feast ret Bonds ot JMOeich.lssuoJ Jly 3th, t W Yho dignity of Bxte: & Ciattal's senior "But we'll have cake and lemonade also, Dudderar. W. II 190. due tin years from date... . J,0 00 -.- ..-. Will make the season of lU at my stables. 2K II St hH.Vai ISJOearh, dm hid been insulted. Youog men with you don't object to lemonade do you? Dllllon. W. TR HuitonTllle . aid ... make . 3 09 Two Bonds ofyears from lsiue.1 March 13, 2,000 00 mile south of lluttonrllle, on the by Joe Kluio, U recti mubkiIoo atIsrllU point, CtorlnDKl Light-niDodds, V. US), dueS dite .... th.w Lltxrtr road. Alallah (iUo.v Is fine thoughts, and you csn talk if yonlon't smoke, come, Dauglierty, W. with the vtogs fully flejged with IS 00 J.. 512 and 1 Lxprett on the hia a MlnlMtppi (ot at No. 3430, trtal 2 77, record 2 4. Jo Klnxi Is the with which n II 5w Total bonded debt sire of D. C (., record ta.V Ii. C. ti. o!4 tor Uuls aud all iMlats West. Daniel, J. P ir bve reaa. fancy or be sociable." !!,W0 00 I,0v0 t lie ait winter.) lletiew record 2 71. "ly fr 5 90 So Henry decided to go and did go; the DePauw, M. N iuistiiu er Clncln- xutnre; youn? men who could verbatim do araounrm. reconl 231 aud Mark Wakrfleld. iaeer. 10 TTnnro B11 ' Luis, l. lar two hours 2 30 . 7l .7U, Jo Klmo is by SI I'.lwo, Cash In Treasury . (Lie and Btackstone and add a little to lemonade was what the boys called Dawson. William f 73 00 trial In 2 M. AMaltah, l.M he by ltylyke's 2TV by 25 CO DeLaney, Joslah Alexamler's Dirid.bds from turnpikes, estimated... 7X 00 No. 10. Jo Lltuo'a lit dam by Mambrlno t3m; who coald recite with the eloquence "spiked,'.' the wine was so verr tempting, Drye, Dr. W. - 1 00 From delinquent tax Hits, ...... 50 to JlesMoger. Atolallaa .tiettro lit oaiu .'wattle s. enlu.ud. oJ Cicero's sslf, Virgil, Ticitus and anv. the tobacco smelt so very nice, and well, Estes, John, Jr... 2 01 Ad ralerem by Willie D., lbs Korelgoer, by Imp ftleoen) W tax on H.1M.IS4 of taxable 217 22 dam Kettle C., br Cannlngbsui's Copper Ueltuui, lWog else in order; young men on whom Henry was so very youni;, that when he EdmlitonA Owsley property at 20 cents per II 10 ,W2 87 3d dam Mlnerra Ihmean, hy Imp. Busaard, 2 CO ............... die ladies raved and the, public untiled; one went to his room that nig'ot he did so be- Edwards; J. J Capitation tax on 3,332 males orer 21 years Willie D.'s dam aurllght by C'bero. 2 04 Eaten, James II AMallah (llenrg's colts are olage, ilest 8)9dellouenti) 2,332 00 kee, by Imp. Plaoso of these had been struck in the face by a tween Mr. Krupp aud Mr. Ghadsley, and Edmlston, Ooe and laivearxl good inorrn, taitb saddle and 2 (0 J. F., assignee Mary B)wea Amount of lax Iroui rallroadi, esllwatid.. I,4I CO harnesi. I hare one o( htai-til- s that trotle.1 ,2M bay who wore plain clothes, smoked no while they felt along the floor and wall for Kduitston. J F., 1S 11 aal f ! 61 110 7t yanlson aoe.rard Mrrleat the rat ot 2 10, I'mn 3M 21 uwtly cigars and in other ways showed him-i- f the door knob, he accidentally found it, F.lmore. M. V., U and JW9 21 Always makes-F- ast br (I. M. (lltens, lluuootllle, Ky wIiskmii aay Total rrsourcea f 13.131 37 bandllng, I alio Laee anotbor Is .. $ Co Hid the like ever bade them a most affectionate good nlijht Feland, A. M to be a nobody! (Br the Railroad Oixmlnloo the preif rly of good. Here It a eomblDallnn of Ib4t belt about ts the trutttn Con 3 00 Fisher. K.S., ii and II railroads In this eouHty baa Uen araesicd In the arxl runulaii rrei.et In ealitentr AtnliUsti (ilea- 1mi heard of? aad this blow hnd been and went to bed with his boots on. 1 00 llateh-ing- s Flora, Reuben sggrrgile at II, U3JHI, but by agreeuitnt of the rohaahal but little training lut iroltj-Io-n T0 !1K COHTINCKD. meekly taken, the recipient even siid tt A Pope's track In lile eminly, Ky,. wbleh I 21 Flenner, F. M With all Llsee at Court ami the railroad companies they only Is ten mtoihIi slow, In 2 It. (tlx weels or two 5 06 deserved, the unmanly cat' One swore SUI LOU'S CATARRH REMEDY, a iwillire Oalnrs. Ben onsaamnwenlof JM.'J.M ut til the aiHuwint months handling Mr 1".- .- ayt he WM a St. Louii and Intermediate ...m.m........... 3 60 luettbn shall be decided by the Cjurls ) )i would beat the offender until he roared Pointi. l.JO gilt frequently, lie Italw a lirttHUit .i.l.lle cure for Catarrh, Dyphtberia an J Canker Mouth. Gojcb, L. S. (3 71 horio and his cottt alrixt lurarlsbly iitw etJdls Gooch Brothers Total amount ol liabilities aicrlalue4 like a lion, "cried like a baby," corrected For sale by Penny A McAlUter wlthlng to l.tw--l will do well No quslitlwu Persons 71 20 .oOiiiniinM'jrranH Garnett A Co and estimated.... tu examine mr horse and colts before Ireedlnr ce JIJ.4I7 another. Eich swore some particular WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepila and Ljr-e- r Goode, JohnS fern ! 2 34 Is a beautiful brown, US bands Total amount freiturcei '1,134 37 eliewbrre. He Complaint? Ir.gb, superior lna and iuukI. Stands lor the Shlloh'i Vltallxer I guaranteed to Green, J. N- ...... 2 00 and endel by dispatching one of . CMiuM.lan. u.J. I. li..M t. (iintltr Colt. ur ai'L.lo Pent) A McAlUter. .......................... I 25 Liabilities In excess e- renwrtei .. ,...f 5,?- - 61 small 1'iiuol fl l.lrtnu Salmon1 will alio stand with trainiul:" " ,!..i " esl, Nurthwettlililli. Goode, Thomai. fnni. 01. ttieii number to notify Henry of their kind cure you. For lety lini to iHHitrc and 13 90 riouthweit. Gover, B. G. my Jack, flings and intentions. II you are gelng Wait to say polal, ITCH cured In SO minutes by Wolford's y ............. 7 50 A copy ef the llecord. J.Atl: Green. James, Jr rail on or MLAI.V, Ok. LCl, t nv UH'ITlllllPi He was at his desk writing out a task Lotion. This nerer falls- - BolJ by Penny Goole, J. L 21 lot Njtk. Theeleri luferiui us that alter the At $10 In liikttrc, Bob Mc. Is .M, handi Land. lull aB.lreIUl.le Inftrmattesi In regard to him by Mr.Caattal when the senior A McAlUter, Druggists, Stanford; also by M. C. Gooch, W. D fcirea 2 Ac, in the Wet4e Males, A D. N. Williams, Mt. Vernon. abore statement bad been Adopted aud otderrtl to brown with mealy note and a No. 1 brtYJer. (lot and lowest special rate r Tlekets al'lleuwhoU 3 Hopper. Geo. D., tl and Jl approached him Although Mr. Qbadsley Hoods to all poiau Weat sail 00 or addrws n by the IVi. Campbell Jsik, he be lloblnton's record by the Ciurt, orders wereuade subscribing J Hail, John M Positive Cure for Piles. loohei very hard he sw u signs of fear, , by Imp. Mammoth. for stock In IbetStantord, Dlx Rirer, Garrard Oi. 3 Hobbs, Bryant Y., tl 50 inl 11 M. rsiisnger Ag't Ohio A Mlstlsilppi luilwar. Not letponsl'ile for aecUenls or euapei, but To the people of tali county we would aay that turn pale, neither did llanr; f ice didn't A Whit Oak Turnpike Company, which tiecesil. mares left with Hays, Brent, col'd. ine will bewail carel fur oa reawe hare been glren the agency ol Dr. Marcblal's W .WPEABODY, W. sonable terms. f2Sm) K. .1. rOM'Elth. his band tremble as he quietly continued 2 SO late tie piyment to mat Company out of Ihelery Uotae's, George , Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed 2 W oflSSJot thesum ol 13,31.' H, which makta tbo Holrran, Matt C. M . PA Rid, entra: PasMarr ti write. to cure or moaey refunded Internal, External, Agent, tctat amount to !. paid out of that levy U,(e li 3 Cln.lnnatl. Ohio "Very well," he said, ' I'll be ready, tell oiinu, meeumg or itching Piles. Price SO centa Hendricks, J. M 110,4 COUNTY :ST CHANGE .1 THE BROTHERS. 1 ll-S- CHAXKEPO ! m ' flPDce V I , r ' '.y? '!'! 'ft I FREE oiooiu-tnxlo- m&ww i 330JSTL'03Nr! s'a'-Ho- ...... GILT EDGE! 'V ... -..- plr!ns r or, to-w- STEVE WALKER ........ H .... ....... I, St. Louis & tho West .,.... Abdallah Glonco .-.- MTrninu 1 si w ........ u, ajS.VKrfii'.'E.s'S'swsTA's .......... O. fc M. . . Timo and Suro neotions iu .,..... ven-irn- Ferric: l I M ............. -t . Sanl-tar- ww ......... Lao)-ao- jitifo" fl. thtm" a box. Better die ol disease than of drunkenne-a- . The Mr. Krupp was very silent and although useof Parker's Tonic does not lnrolre tbla dinger, It only builds the system, curlmr all Henry laughed and talked oti varinui sub-jtct- a allmenta not the stomach, uprer and 11 of kidneys, but it occasional-)- , stimulates without he aaid not a word except Intoxicating and absolutely "You're a brick Graham, a jolly fel. cures th appetite for liquor. low." No allusion was mde to the object ARE YOU MADE MISERABLE by Indlgee they tloo, Constipation, Dirtiness, Lois of Appetite which brought them out until just Yellow Skin? Shlloh'a Vltallrer la a poritlte reached the grore Mr. Krupp said In a ere. For sale by Penny A McAlUter. Toice. out together. Consumption, Is all a mistake. Any reasonable man tnach atnueinn'. would mo Dr. Dosanko's Cough and Syrun for MtCormick, Auguitui, XSanl SS.. 10 The time nppjinted by theui wa 4 Consumption In all Its first stages. Luns: It neor falls McKlttrlck, D dVJocz p. m , placs, a grors fa tt outride to give relief In all cases of Coughs, Coldi, Bron-chltl- i, Martin, 7 Alexfl SOandtl- Tains In the Chest and all nffuctlons that aro ksd bick of the college urouoi4 There McBoberts, Q, T., J and tl M 7 eomId-reprimary to Comumpllon. Prlce.&leents it had been decided that Henry win to be and I.CO. Suldliy Moberly, J. J., 2 f Jlcltoberte & Stagg. Menefee, J. N., assignee of J. U. Williams.. toade acquainted hb the foli;bt of a .en 5 Mullens, Dr.R. B What Parents Fear 74 ior'dfist anp icepired with a enjj of the'r Minor, Wm Many paraons-eipfci- ally arents-obJ- ect to Jixnity. Heory arqitinted Mr. Krupp many quack nostrums as Moore. Dr.Oreen,)10and 11800 48 likely to engender enwith the after school thtr itarted courage a lore for strong drink. They are or right. Myers, John Y Mr. Qbadsley hesitated a moment as if he Daughters, Wires and Mothers. Mxscted somothin; more, but as Henry We emphatically guarantee Dr. MarcbUl'a mated to have forgotten him, he started a female remedy, to cure Female DiseascH, looked back when half way to the es, such aa Orarlan troubles, Inflammation and dtnr, another time when at it, but Henry Ulceration, Falling and dUplacemsnt or bearing drl not look up or stop his work, and down feeling, Irregalarlttlea, Barrenness, Change when the door clossd it saut ju-- . a very a -- of Life, Leucorrhua, besides many weaknasses springing from the shore, like Headache, Blont- "Whew, but he's a cool ing, spinal S eaknoss, Sleeplessness, tonished face. Xerroua dew"aitd Mr. Ghadsley, "one would tntiik bility, Palpitation of the Heart, Ac. For aale by hiai heir to an Eitldom or bad taken a druggists. Prices! land 11 50 per bottle. Send bath in the Styx heel and all. That Gra- to Dr. Marchlsl, Ullea.Jf.Y., for pamphlet, free. For sale by Penny A McAlUter. Druegista. ham is a stunner; thire won't bj any Thai Dirt Dandruff. cbild'H play if he's whipped." Dindruff Is ditty and disagreeable in o rer war. Uoff did be look?" inquired the others. It soils the clothing "Uidl" said Mr. Ghadsley, "terribly nled by a hardly lesscontinually ani Is accompa. annoying sensation of Itchthis way' assuming a ing. TheicalplsdUMied. There Is nothing In Jsirfhleued, looked most doleful and ludicrous expression the the world ao thoroughly adapted to this trouble Hair Ba sato. We remembrance of which sufficed to as Parker'satopa the tailing It cleanses and beala the scalp, hair and restores Its throw Mr. Ghadsley into such a violent fit original softness, glon and color. Is not oily, o) hunter, that the others became alarm uiyoiy penumcu, an efgant ureaiin?. vr in. wHud prowedei to best him 83unJly isj comical, a only a small oecnional applloatlon aa Hijfficieatly sobered keeps tho hair In perfect condition ibe back until rj- erprewion Hen-THIS IDEA Of GOI.VG WEST toieUt with tnjch ex re an horror, caus n the ceniots to Colorado or Xew Mexico, for pure air toreliete Druggists. No cure, no pay. Penny A McAlUter, Hubble, Levi Howard, W. M., 15 and Holton, D.P.. HIgglni, W. U 1101IUPS A ft ii Holmes, Mrs. Sue, $82 20 and (747 2S iUCliailHISIMIIOIIHIIMHIMMIIHII Hansford, W. 0 Helm, John T Huffman, J. E Hubble, John M Hays, James C... Hill, Thoi. J House, Thomas Henry, A. J Uufljaan, Wm Jrkee, Henry ,.... Johnson, J. M Jones, D. S. A. Sons .. James, O. W.; assignee of A.J. Slgler e 7 30 0 . 2 6 20 3i3 46 7 33 3 2 30 Instead of 17 93, as In the abore estimate. i Stallions for 1SS5. HALES WELL7 my 2 2 6 11 23 C 26 2 72 2 50 2 .. Manler.Il)b Pate. Florentine. Doubt This heatth.glTlng Summer P.eort will be under filreof Rmma mansguientthli seaion. and as tt lirntfrrlr t!efAnTo,ro:nKyr6,,"OQof,"J",mr',lW'l8hteta Qaickeit Route from Oen refitted aud refurnished, I tau promUe my patroi a tral Kentuoky to all Points North, comfort as well as health. lizard, 17 per week, AT TWEXTY DULLAH.S. per wel. 50 cents. Cie of double cottage, 17 ucat, nuu oou;uwesc. r week. Will bare a conreyaccs at the dei-o- i to Fast Line Between St. Martin ts one ol the most distinguished sens meet paisengers. & CIXCI.V.VATI of Imp I'haelon, winning good rails orer goo.1 Jni A. I.. SVOOSA31011E. borsei at all distances, and a few of his colts on Schedule In ECect May 10. 1135. the turf In 1891 were all seen at the front. Ills son, Doubt, was one ol the best 2.yearoldi ol the iTo,i; TTTo7"4 ST. OTARTIltf, KENTUGKY MMl I, 'i!lticfJrftH Itoiile." LEXIQTO. Sotrru-BoDti- .j, "St. Mary's Saw Mills" AM) MJMllKIt TAKI), oiore. 11 xo. 12 It S7J 33 17 30 10 70 2 30 3 3 3 3 23 IS 50 2 50 15 On topof the Knobs, close by J Carter's Oncery Jauiti, O. W Klrkuatrlck, Darld Kenuedy, W. K Lytle, Itobt. S Lewis, Dr. T. B t'OOTE S: tMEELEIt, Vt'ovrlctniH. For all klndsof general I.u uit.fr sblngUn, fie, bulldersand others tan not find a better to aultibemselTes. Our motio It "(lood Material for Rates." Pottottice oddros, Halls OiP. Ky ma-k- JJanill LanJ, J. P., ts and I2.. Lackey, O. A , ................ .', fcil n' Leapcr, Samuel LlTlngston, J. O Long, Drum Lasley, J. W Lane, 0. P Long, J. W McCortnatk, Samuel, col'd M -- - i - 2so li Ifj I i TAll Imhliriiw lllHirL IMIU llnwJ y horse, standing orer I6J4 hands high, proiorllonwl, kind as a lamb and combines the bett bbiod of England and America. By Imp. Phaeton, flrtt dam Tokay, by Imp. Yotkihlrr; second dam Mist Martin, by (larrf'nn't Zlngmee, (sonof Sir A rili j l; third dam tiabrlella by Sir Archy; fourth dam Calypso, by llWulr. filth dam iiiauiot lonrennoni r Jinn, irare ietn; sixiu damHymes' WIMalr; serrnili dam Plcadllls, br list! A Marklln'a Feranaught; eighth dam Modo.-Mninth tlam by Imp. lloblnob, tenth dam by Imp. Jolly llangeri eltren'b dam by Imp, Valiant; twelfth dam by Tryall. Thus it la sen that till blond Isenrlrhod from the same fountain that was Lexington, the great race burse and greatest of sires, and Oleiiroc. Yorksblr und Phaeton re I hate put his nowned In the turl histories. at the low figures to oblige my friends Knd uelghhors and to Justify breeders at a dlitacie in ending to him, and would tako a few good mares on the snares 1 wiiisuoiiaaj at uie same piace ray combined horse, bre-- l iplen-dldl11 o; Ex. - Sun. Dally 8 10 Ex. Sun. Lre. Corington rr. i ana. " Uxlnglon I.re. Paris Arr. Wlneheiter. 10 12 11 aiOsm l am " " " lowland Richmond 12 10 8 . , ... Lancaster .... Jn'fm, 2 US t am pm 13 pm In 11 9 zSpn-- l 6 10 p m 10 2J pmi 3M pm 11 00 tu S10 pm 7 nrn 300 pu i(oi 8 20 pm I.te. Rlcbtuoud.. Arr, llerea " l.ltlngttun... Noiru-BocM- sl,ln a iu 0V) "Pl pm 23ptr ....1 , No. 1 No. II No. 3 Lto. Llflngston. Arr. Richmond . Lre. Rowland ....., " Lancaster Arr. Richmond Lre. Richmond Arr. Winchester.,. Arr Paris...- Lre. Lexington .... I.re Paris Arr. Corington " llerea o 50 so 60 00 75 50 30 F I J 1 pjr OC RlrTR A iC J fUjisSV (Ffo'aSfei) '4. v (S0&i 'hf ;, Tpll ,r FOE A1AIiLA1S:, And my Norman horse, 00 a ui 10 22 a m 43 a m It 7 13 ami, 8 03 a ml '."."'.' 111 00 am 0 00 am I 23 p ml 7 00 ami m 03 a m I 3 18 am 7 25 a m 30 p m 2 30 pm 8 15 a m 23 p mi 3 3.1 pm 11 30 a m m 8 63 pm S i 17 M Ug-DVy limund YfS ' rg77y IHHjliPTjeytiilP W PHIL J3HERLDAN, Orassand feeil furnlilie-- at rraionable ratei, bu no responsibility for accidents should any occur. 3s i 100j $1S 50 TO isiiJi:. HA.Y0VII.tE BRANCH. NoaTil-Bovtr- Martin, Thomai Middleton.8. A ;j u McAlee, W. E Men fie J. N McKtttrlca. IVana Miller, Dau'l McKarr, Pat McClary, Vf. K McBob rts, P. M Maguifey, Jesse Martin, George- - 10 9 snri also bare for sale 17 yearling M'jlei and thoroughbred Calrei H. 11. It AllO 1131 AM, 421-Stanford, ;Ky tf 10 To.5l, Dally Dally Ex. Sua, Ex. Sao. TJoTSSTi 90 5 4 2 50 2 . 3 5 12 23... 21 3 7 7 733 8 12 'ijr MYERS HOTEL, v 'A'-J)A Arr LIf 5T'na- Lexington " Paris BODTU-Bot'V- Mayssilbs'.'.'.'.r.'.'.'.'.'.'.'".!!!!"! 2 00 p m 7 11 a m 4 13 p tn 8 20 a iu a p ni 10 40 a mi 7 60 pm it M "They ehant hurt you, Qrahatn, without Porting me much worse. It u a mean, I'll contemptible thing to force you into. m that you're not Imposed on. Tho seniors were already there, some jilrttched on the graM, others walking afcouf, all talking and laughing in the beat Hen of butuor, especially Mr. Ghadsley. touched bis bat pleasantly and told it tit that be was at their service. "You understand young man what is 'required of you?" said one who came forward Md acted as spokesman, "you're iniulted CUIIK Foil P1L.K. by a seme of ucjgh'. In the back, loins and lover part of tbo abdomen, earning the patient to stiimoseba lias aoniuanVetlnn ol the kidneys or neighboring organs. At tlmn. symptoms of Indlgcitlon aro present, as flatulency, nneailness of tho stomach, etc. A moisture, like perspiration, producing a tery disagreeable Itching, after getting warm, Ii Tery common attendant. Blind, Bleedlnj aud Itching Piles yield at once to the application of Dr. Bosanko'a Tllo Itemedy, which acts directly upon the parts affceted, abiorblng the Tumors, allaying the Intense itching and affecting a permanent cure. Price K cents. Address the Dr. Boeanko Medicine Co., Picjua, Ohlr Sold by Mclleb-us- e Stags? Pile are freqacntly preceded Nunnelley, A. T., 6 SO, Ilk 50 and Napier, T. W Napier, P. H Nunnelley, L. U New land, Thomas D Oaka, Joslab, 10 23 and tl 50.... Powell, 21 00 ii I i WrViLJL'jT'n " 50 50 33 73 STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains itg High Reputation, AND Ho. 52 NoToT" Dallr Dally Ex. Bun. Ex. Sun I Lre MsriTllle Arr Paris " Lexlngtou " OiTlngton s3nd 'II 3ia m' 4 43 m 100pm 8 10 a m 3 13 p ru 10 a ml 6 10 p ut 0 .1 rt 03 pm Win- - NoKK.-Traln- are daily between B.i PMtal.J.8 Penny backer, Philips, Jchn M Portman, M. O Pul lam, J, F .t Penny A McAlUter Plummer, Zephanlab Pollard, P. T .. Peyton, Dr. J. F Petrey A Potrey, 13 and 13... J. S In 60 nerer the compalnt concerning our cooks, which Determined seems to as the oara go by, but on the contrary seems to swell In Tolume, we wonder Shall be tJeoond to no Country 11 uas not occurroi 10 many or mot who dud the 5 Fare, Hotel in the State in complaint unaroldablo that time hare oneway ol I CO or Attenciuuuj,;ik maul- - a giKiu ueai innisowii nands. (1 An ac Ire halfhour tbrie tlmea a day with a tion to Comfort of "Home romfurt" Wrought Irou !ooklog Range in 3 Oneiti. the kitchen Is all that Is nquired to trpare the 31 60 most substantial meal without fatigue. These and from the de celebrated Ranges are sold only from wagons by Bagaage I....IM 15 our authorised salesmen now making beadouar-Ura- at eeommodatloni free of charge. HpecUl Scmersot. Yours truly. t Commercial Trarelsrs. The Uar will 107 WROUOUr IKON RANOE CO., slwara sifplled with the choleeil 8 23- -l Bt. LouIf.Mo. braads of Llaaors and Cigars. 5 esn Iti Proprietor ii it that Appointaenti, their iti iramiMO. I runs Tla Lex ngton and Paris in.l not TlaWlncheaUtr and Paris. Direct conn ctloniare made at Winchester with Cbtaarwako A Ohio for Mt Sterling. Ashland Huntngton, Crarlesto.., W. .,, .1. . Fait Line: Not. 3 and j menoswr, Hnlld Tr.ln. .Ith p..ii...r "u, nn.t "".'"" irlllbeortilto Through tickets and bituat check.! in anv destination rrache.1 by tralVroad. B.F.D.MORSK, W.H.WHITTLESEY, Pas.nger Ageut, U W. SMITH, General Manager Trar. Pass. Agent. fl. W. FULLER, Oen. IVa.:.4gt