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XIV. naI & 111 GARRARD niefio -- cp ittfmal NO. 28, 1 si STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1885. where he attended a central conference of his church in Philadelphia and delivered .L- - lK..t..-.- 1 ...I.,...! in I.I. n iuo.aiu.cm.nmvui.im. uUU. ,u ..Kc finnnanttt!nna T nnlv tfnn.ln. tin atfimn .u.i u w..fc.o..Uu.. lorerof and pet hlmtomakea our of the country, preach He ini; in thelcreat cities of the 2ortli. lux visited us and we are charmed with his gentlemanly manners and delightful con- versatlon. He is very attractive out of the pulpit or in. I don't know whether he will receive my gopel or not, hut if I enn only be used to teach this gifted man "the way of the LOP.D more perfectly," I shall begin to see why tbe dear LORD leJ me to Landour rather than half a dczn more likely place I could name. He reminds me of "Apolloa' every time I ihink of him He is truly Mnccqi-n- t uin He me i run fur him '. has kindly the 10th of i.ext m mn, nci I f. nromised todj I 'ong 'o tell lmn nod his Publlnheit TttcmlnuH aniM Frlitav 93.00 X331l ANNUM Whin paid ittlcllr in advance. II we bare to wlt env time, 8a.RO will be ehariied. '; " l.l. ((a T, ,.,, Tn. . , , COUNTY DEPARTMENT. . . . Int. trill r,lc " , . n ir5rr, . ' for the marriage of Mr. William PiDgloton, o'i l.ocKcasiIe, to Misa r.-- Kohinson, of thii on Wednesday cveninjr, L!ce0Pe WR9 ,,31Ied lasl week Jane 10.' . W. T. WALTON. GEO. 0. BARNES yf Tells of Home Life in the Heathen Land. have heretofore patronized this unrivaled place for invalids and seekers of pleasure will hereafter recognize but two familiar ALL PKICES AM) STYLES. feature -- the ' old lime'' low prices of this AI.WATN 1'KAININII T1IK I.Oltl). 'o'd time" plsce and the old Hprine The COMTINCED FROM LAST ISSUE old tumble down buildings jf tore have "I'jtosrEcr Point," Lakdouh.K. In ditsppeared and In their stead arc new ones DIA April 152, 1885 of rest structure and ample room, erected I.- -. I1M.I,I l,,M II .. HIPP !, force then o' even the wot ......I. ' The ordlnsrv upon pricciplee of health and comfort, all economical household coosisl nf, 1. The Our dear old Brother Ballev is one of admirably ventilated and so arranged as to Is pitiful to see Biwarcbee (cook) 2. KhidtautKr (tihle principal supponen It suit the most fsstidious. 4. the way the devil has succeeded in chop servant.) !1. Behra. (bouie servant) DKALaaa m The elaborate bill of fare did not in the Ayah (waiting maid, if ladle or children ping up this little hill community into, least fall short, as can be attested by all so-Drugs, Books, Stationery and in the household). 5. Hihiahli (water car hi a, o that each little fragment of its who dined at table de hote, notwithstanding ctely is cloely confined in its narrow eccle- Fancy Articles. (1 rier) Mehtar (icavenger). 7. Dhobee , it had been industrjously predicted that indlspeniables. Then s ast cal pew, over which it glares with hosor wacherman Thee such a bill could not be gotten up this far Fhyslcl ins' prescriptions accurately compounded. -if you keep a horse, Hyse (groom). 9. tile and jsalous eyes at the rest. The old, IU.Vi , Also Mr. Slaughter has deterA UC 4HIUU 0 UC WOt UC1I ICBU, from the city. amiBiwTC s2J.?x A afA (lhasakut (?ras cutter) 10. Malee (gar- sad story which naught nut the millennium by Miss LIda Ibwen, of Ruddle's Mills, mined to make these Springs what our you hire a garden). 11. Ouywalla will mend Ever In Jeiua, dener, if Ky., and then Mini Emma J. Lewis, of county and everywhere else would gladly .73eBS!TEr7t!2Kji7!ISssTZ! v Gro 0, Barnes. icow keeper, if you keep a cow). To Vail, Ky delivered a thesis, "Tbe End see them a place of comfcrt and pleasure, Tbe Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, these la the hllla are added 12, 13, 14, not Yet " The subject chosen by Miss unrestrained by conventionalities and arisJewelry and Silverware Ihuppineea (carrlenj who go to the jungle rtia DltlltiEuUliInc Ctmrnctcrlitlc of tbe Bertie Collier was "On every hlght there tocratic ceremonies. e Jlngln mui! ltuttlei for wood every day, and hold themselves Hundreds availed themselvea of hia hos- Ever bought to thii market Prices Lower than teugpH liea repoee." After Miss Collier, the valetbe Lowest. Watches, Clocki and Jewelry Be-Jui1e In the Cellar On the in leadineM to carry the'tnietreu out visitdictory address was delivered by Miss M. pitality and numerous designs for their palred on iboit notice and Warranted. IaiuiIoh Vurlrty Stttgf. whenev-e- r ing every evening, or "odd job" it, pleasure These "Saturday enterAddle Foster, of Osreuton, Ky. The precalled upon to do work entirely coneis-ttn- t sentation of diplomas and address to the tainments" he intends to continue in order (Cincinnati (Inquirer THE NEW GROCERY AND HARDWARE HOUSE OF with their calling. But there muit he graduates by Prof. Z tllars next followed, to show the people who may be drawn here Holler ikating It inoroly dancing on wheels. no infringement on their sacred right", LIL from everywhere and elsewhere that he is waltzing, it helpi tbe young lady who and after a class benediction by Rev. T. M. handed down by cute regulation, from re sngagea in it to n graceful carriage, by Vaughan, the exercises were closed with prepared to entertain even more eatisfacto- taoteat age. Oar household number ten, W, 0. Goodloe. The riiy than advertised. I1"'" ,7 w that tbe center of gravity aball bo wrbero the first 7 and lut 3. If any one asks , .... Tbe bunches of beauties that grouped on T... ." l,miv iu. -- - vm. w. ilrntnl young ladies were handsomely attired in uet.it?J. why not do eomt of thii work yourself and iMiiurvtbowa a young woman that, like all white and cream colored C3itumes and the hillsides were numerous and bright as alw dlimus tbe servant? Mj only aniwer li tbluga oUe, br Uol will ouly do tuolr par- looked beautiful as angels. They were tbe wild flowers that bloom among the that it ha hen tried and utterly failed, ted work after a moature o( education. ferns of the native woodland. These were Would kl.dly ask your attettlon to the fact that they have Just returned from the cities with a Ursa "There it no doubt," aaid a fcprofesor," the recipients of many exquisite floral fr h and well selected itock of CUOK E You (isn't suppose that in th 100 yeaie well attested tbe popularity in not "bjrn to blush unseen." Among the general that "that roller alatfn la attracting aettlement of India and with thousand of attention to the education of the lower which tbe are held by the people of Lan- ladies in the ball room were Mieses Nannie More ladle, high Iu aorial cirdevoted men and women imperiling their Slaven, Jennie Bjchanm, Annie, Maggie than caster and Garrard county llyei for the bit, there have nut been ten- cle, and children are loarnlng todanco fancy The teventh annual June Hop, under and Jean Buchanan, Maggie Smith, Allie In endless variety, dainty in quality and aatlifictory In prices; tbls we guarantee. Our aim shall be ever bofore. Mauy of them laaru tbo der conscience that have fully i;one over ttep", auch aa Jigs, clogi, hompls, etc." the auspices of the German Dancing Club, Brown, at all times to supply every want in our line. Gibson, Kittle Douglas, Robthis ipettlon and tried to remedy it. "In teaching n lady to do a last Thurs bie Yeaky, Lida Elmiston, Ella Joplin, I was given at the City Hill on the profoor continued, "the very tlr.t thing Many have done so, lH the i .variable her feet, nt it is tech- day evening and like its predecessors, was Clyde and Ssllie Totten, Millie Tatem, "k to the omtom la to teach her to roll is haa been tocotur nically called. Tula tbe key of tbe whole a brilliant success in every way. Good at-- I Jennie Vimont, Annie Holmes, Irene Dil- Consists of the Standard Brand! ol Europe and America. Our large line of Cooking .Moves Include the Justly celebrated "Great Western reserve" and many other family favorites. Our China, GUsa of the country and submit to tbe irezor butlneat, and when a dancor can do this tendance, splendid music by E chhorn lon, Eva Adams, Ida Pettus, Nannie Ken- and Queenswire stock conslsti In part of Table, Tea and Chamber Sets complete, Glassware richly cut the remainder of the leon la the Euroable caile regulation 0.. ' and a delightful evening for dancing made nedy, Mr' Butler Eagleman and many end etched. In tbe way ofBreadstuffi we name Buckwheat Flour, tbe queen ol all tribes. Our celeoajy. Ilolling ouo's foot ii merely pean aa relentless aa the Hindoo, And raUIng the hip, tutiiing the foot In and this one of the most elegant Hops ever giv-- i others. But many of these ladies adhered brated Patent ''G. M." Flour, urivalled for cake and pastry, while P.lce and Hominy, our own patrithose act moat wliely hire and elaewhere, atriklng the toe on the floor. Too whole en in Lancaster, From 10 o'clock until 4 strictlv to their church rules and did not otic products, irrsjtd as faithful adjuncts All the delicacies In Foreign and Domestic Confections Tin, Stone, Wooden and Willowware, Electric Lamps, Stationery. Canned Meats and Fruits who take tbloga aa they nod them and not motion mut bo gone through with grace morning tbe "Tipping" was kept participate in tbe dance. In tbe evening a are here. of Cigars and Tobaccos a Well, this Is only a bint of what we have Believing lde the next as they with them, and who cheerfully fully nnl without elTort. As the right than1 up and the general verdict of the partici delegation arrived from C. 0 Springs, and complete line that we can make it to your Interest, we confidently ask nn examination of our goods and your patron-ag- s. of tho U) ly ti gonera ty more flexible work on, atriklng at much more important P.espectlully, TA t.Oit IIIIOTIIF.RS. tba lutt tlmply Uwaiw It hai lioon ued pnt wa tint it was an exceptionally anionic whom was Mr. Howard, the manapointe than these. Social tyranniea of more fruely I generally begin rolling tho pleasant affair Appended is a list of tbe ges, and all were treated with the kindest tho in houtekeeplng and truiting to tbe left fKt llrt, in order to counteract lady dancers and their costumes: hospitality. A more erjojable affair wcu'd Iu favor of the right. go'pel to cleanie the oulalde of tbe platter uiual tendency Mln Mae Ware, ItopklniTllle, cieitn quilted indeed be bard to 2nd and so to a more re"The tlistlnguiihins characterlitle of the tap of tho iitln petticoat with Mick velvet orerJren; pearii. spectful and orderly assemblv of people. once the inaide ia thoroughly acoured. e U tho clear, loll-llk: too or heel on the floor. The allghteit ahuf-flinMln Kate KJelln, of Bojle, wine colored xelret Mr. Slaughter was well pleaded with all JOSTO. ME- And there ia thii to be aaid. Thia mul ruin tbe ellect, while in sad cream turaa, trliniuea in Irldeiceit passemeMTomsviuf HwAiBaTiCHicjtt3RT((a- t'plication of aervanta giveahoneat if rath- iltutllln U tha prime merit. In and we are glad to learn from him that jig the enterie; diamonds. STANFORD, KY., er indolent employmint to a great number aand la rellei on for what may! bo called Cbm- Mlu MatlU Urown. Lancaster, Ilia satin, lace; notwithstanding his great outlay in preRepresents the Best and most Prompt-Pajln- a Through Coachos and Pullman panlea and bla rates are very low. Give htra of these poor people, whoie life far the the muile, wStl iu the clog the shoos makoi natural newer. paring so great a feast, he reaped a satisfacare (incrted lit a great call. Sleeping Cars tholnelxly. 'Jinjloi Mrs. U. E. McHoberti, Lancaster, black lace tory profit Cutaway. moitpart ia a hand to hand fight with many clogi. and what do you think they From DhtfUkcntSitevlta diamonds. the txlt of thit clua ai starvation or want, and who but for thtrr are mado off Ml a Leila MarksDury, Lancastir, old gold aat-Iremel.t. aat has gina The postmaster at Neshbo, Miss., is tbe LonisTllle to Chicago, CarttI "Oivo It uix" almott unircrul sa staoutlets of service, would suffer for lack r.l rl TO 5 DAVS. erlental lace diamonds. tion. coppoorest paid official of the kind in the r0airutw4 d.i iI of tho "In many MURPHY BROS . Mlu Nannie McXew, Carlisle, saa gresn the necessaries of life. When one only per cent. Acaiei is dug In tbo heel of tho UMSIrlcur. to Chicago, Cincinnati hols I'irts.Te Last year he received from United States. Ghnwon tha for al VMcoljtTlb, gats a glimpse of thia innumerable mulii clog, and a oent sot in so that Its broad alio tha public and now raaka embrddercd the Government only twelve cents, but Iutlinuapolia to Chicago. Miss Kill Moore, Bryantiville, lIriu:iilalC3. ftraonr th tesdineM!!-tude clamoring for bread, compared with Is tluih with tha aurfaco of tbe heol. Then white, mull, ruMes. ctacofthooUimi. ClnclnnaU.I this was enough for the amount of businees SMI 111. It faiUrud through the inlddlowltha A. which the hungry thouaande in England it Ohio. Miss Balll Bright, DaaTllle, crista Nun's TailTHROUGH TIME TABLE cnifot.i. raw left to play loosely sold three newspaper wrapscrew, nnl ii he did. He Sold by Dtunrlstii. or America dwindle into abiolute insignia 111 kc 91 vm nre of ing, diamonds. devices Other in tbo socket Via Louisville: and three posMln Bertie Collier, Lancaster, cream brccadd pers, two three cent stamps cince, one withes for a putaa of filhomless course U'cJ to rench the tamu T Wpra 7 45 a in I Lve. Louisville.. tal cards seen their iitln, lace and diamond!. but Jlnglai nnd rattle havo . I 3 30 p ui I 3 '.'0 a m depth, and no end of work to give the poor Arr. Lafayette- -. uecos-aar- y Nellie Duncan, Lancaster, plak tatln ard Mlu 3 00 a iu S 20 p a time when It was . " Calcajo "President Grevy, let me introduce to creatures. Tbe average wagea amount to day toThere wai Spanish taca. go to England ti aoi the you our new Minister, Mr. McLane." Via Cincinnati: 6 Hi 'JJ or 10 hlllln.!M per montj ami Miss Klla Watson, Lancaster, wore a handsome In Its glory Tbe pooplo over there tako they find everything theonelves So there much mow intorot in uch things than we rose colored iitln with Spanish lace; coil black "Aha, M mieur Maccalaner, I am delight- Lve. Cincinnati 1" 30 a m 1 P m compara ayea. U 45 p m 11 SO p m ed lam charmed. I hef olten veeshed " Indianapolis are no 'Vupplementary estimate" to bother do, nnd tbo Judging between tbe C 55 a m S VO p ni of twodnucei is cotuldeieU a Chlcart Nannie Dunn, Danville, atyJItli street drers Arr. Mlu tive merit I hef heirJ frequent to met wld you, tbe chancellor of the exchequer. The very serioui pieco of businoss. of broraded silk. tPilly eicept fcunday. 'Dally. Into tbo eel highest wage. Ills salary and Ue .f your var fine liver pills. Dis ees cook geta the "ITie jjdgei generally retire Mlis Addlo Uaydon, Ilarrodsburg, muslin -- (.Pittsburg Teletho stage, there tc lire; pearls. Be sure your thkets nnd via the lar, we may call It. under Mm.. Grew Monsieur." is K. H per wennni. remain until Ufth dancers Lao Miialle.'t'eSnall, Danville, cream Nun's Tell- graph They all live on the aims premises as gone through n erlea of stops. Ilioy have MONON ing, natural flowers. AroyoufaUln.try Wblls' IlEiLTrt wedo, in a range of huts built for them; no knowledge, of eoune, as to which dancvt THE HEV. GEO K. TIJAYER, of Blurt, on, (L. N. .&C P.'jlas it Is the qulekest.slie belt Mln May Ferguson, Corlngton, handsome br a pure, clean, wholesome aud most dlr-- tt llae to Chlci tand points and always provided aa a part of an cstab makes the flrt exhibition nnd as the ringing cideJ plnlc itll:; laic end diamonds. myself ant wife owo our lues lod.,siys: "Both in the Northwest. of tbo clogs is even more distinct under than Tor tale by Ten-n- y Miss Jessie Hrtnphlll, NIcbolasTllle, muslin to&hlloh'. CotsumptlonCure'" llshment when it la set up. Tickets vl.i the Moaon P. ut) on ta'.c at all prinabove the II xr, tho tnoriti of the ilnnco enn A McAllij Tot Brain. Kerrey Momaeh.IJvcr.Ktdaejs, cipal ticket othcrf. Tor ritei, mips and lull Having aaid thia much about Iheeervants, bo thus readily judged without a possibility with white surah inn. Lunc. An tnequaled Invijorant. Cure MIm Mar Wllmore, NIcholaiTllle, w bite tatla-ta- n adlresi ITCH curnllu SO minutes by Wo'.ford'a Sa it can be readily seen that there is nt once of tie judgu seeing the dance! and allowing A,, Cblcisco. WM a. BVLDWIS...P skirt, pink satin bodlco; pvarls. prejuHeadache. Fever. Asue, Chills. A.J O'ltEILLY, O.o A., Louisville. Lolton. Tbls neTjr falls, bold by Penny a field for "Howe Missiom" In every bis decision to bo biased by personal Bryants Ille, red latin, Mlis Oeorglo Moore, w. dice," A McAllstcr, Drujjliti, btanrord; also oy 31. DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. household, if only householders with to bee ovrdre's; zoi Hero tho protestor grow emphatic, nnd cn-oA D. N. Williams, Mt. Vernon. Nlco to take, true merit, unenualed for Miss Honeywojd Huffman, Lancaster, white occupy it. I am sorry to say there ia yery tapped tho writer on tho chost with hisforo TOHH U.. Nun's Telling. sattn and Positive Cure for Piles. finger little of thii dune, for tbe continual rasp Miss Llaile Mason, Lancaster, white muslin, uUut let the American dancor go on tho To the people of thii county we would lay that I am n coppersmith by trade and during a series and worry and friction, consequent opou a English sUgo, among tbo Eugllrn pooplo, in lace and gold. work) have il.X) por hot,, 0 lors.w,ni urujiKBia. we hare been siren the agency ol Dr. Marcblil's of years my aims (being bare when at ol metal iolson: L 8. has, Jersey City. N. J., persistent nttempt of the servants to cheat a concert knit, nnd it is dollars to cent! that Mln Mattle Engleman, Boyle, cadet blue illlt, Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed absorbed a wonderful amountfrom 1UV TOlltl). 11)0 ll.vtnirn irrnfillftui tflndenCV will breakdown bofore hobasdnncoJ ten tare and g'ld. bra-- i woufd get Into and steal and the resolute attempts of the bo to euro or uoaey refunded Intornal, External, 11111II uartlcles of copper aod j." Mrs. llobt. Klnnalrd, Uccastei, white raull, lace Blind, BleeJlnj or Itching Piles. Price 50 cents the lores. nn. by thti process the poison was conhoute keeper to prevent them begets such minute veyed Intorry blood till my wools ajitem became "Why'" and diamond!, abox. No cure, no pay. Penny A McAllstcr, Infected. 1 was treatrd with the old remedies of a state of antagonism generally that it re''Because they are much more thorough Mtts Kato Mason, Lancaster, black Sranlih lace, Drujflsts. mercury aud iodide potassium. Salivation lollow. quires "great grace" to overcome it. But over thore thiin wo are. The artist whe icarlct popple'! dlimondi ed, my teeth are all loose in my heal, my d gest-lv- e Wives and Mothers. Daughters, orgaus dera gedandl have been helpless in London variety mis Altlo Markiburr. Lancaster, b'ue latin, it can he done, where God's ''LOVE is Bhed makos his nnpoarance on ahis rheuiuatl in. with ltd for over a vear swollen mercurial the use of my bmlno thop wuit8 ce overdress; gold. atago muit undoritand We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlil'a and I lost Mr Joint! wtre'all abroad" in the heart. But only thue. ouguly. Supposing ho la danclns a horn a female remedy, to cure Female DiseasMau,ie 0ld, Lancaster, muslin and lacoj nml Imi and became helpless as an Infaut. rm ullJ Sj the children are trying what love Van pipe, tho chance w ten to one -- onu voice dlainonjei My sutlerTngs became so lnttnse that tt was tin-- . es, lU'h ai Orirlan troubles, Inflammation and Tbe , tho auJtenco will ahout: 'Oivo us o rooll eat n, icir- - Ulceration, Falling and dliplacemsnt or bearing posslb'e tor me to rest tor doctors advised 1 ui to In Buchu-Paib- a Lancaster, caniry doto cun our pjir fellowi of their fond ' L . j '"' treaiueni. auii couiu ko to the city nospllil or 'Give us a deal march" and tho orches down feeling, Irregalarltllci, Barrenness, Change ni t b ar. A friend, who has pr.ivd a friend Itpmarkatile Cures of Catarrh of the nest for peculation. Rthfak we have nu tra will immediately desert tho hornpipe ' Specific, bellevlcg mi; d me to try Swift's madder, inimnrm&uon, irrnauoaoi j. it.recktn.Ut, Jr.. Sain of Life, Leucorrhoea, bcildea manj weakneuei uncommonly nice set of servants, as we and drop into a reel or a dead march lth- and Bladder. Htono or Uravel that It would cure me. Others discouraged me, and Logan. Loulavllle; E. iprlnglng from the above, like Headache, Bloattwo of the Prostate Gland, Drop?u but I secured a few bottles anl have now taken was might have expected from truting the outglvlt.,5 . .Dunn, Klcbmond; Carson, ing, Spinal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous de- dozen bottles. The fir t effect of the wedlclne 0 Swclllnes, Female Disease?, Incontin- y ., FewofourmencaiibtnndthutonleaL They nm. SnlnU bility, Palpitation of tha Heart, Ac. For sale by to bring the poboti to tha surface aud I broke out ence of Urine, nil Discuses ot the, undear LOUD to choose them for us as we Thes loon Organs in either sex. For bare a reportoiro of some halt Out and Wince drugglsti. Prices J I and It 50 per bottle. Send all over In running lores. My knees, dliappeired . - - w which had did in the matter of a houie. "Prospect dancos, and continue grludln; 1111L LUtni ilJlv,fcI-- healthy or Unnatural Dlschanre use and my skin clesret oil. to Dr. Marchiii, Utlea.N.Y., for pamphlet, free. becmo twice tbelr natural size, hava resumed aUo "Chapln's Injection Flour. each Si. Point gains upon in every day. It is real- dance,,' vlth variation., to the end of tb. For Sil'IW.IS. either contnvUd or their usual size and are suple as 01 yore My arms For sale bj- Penny A McAllster, Drmglsts. hemlitary taint, uso Chapln's institutand bauds are all right aatn and I cm use them ly about tbe plessantest house in the station r"opar-Danvlllej Dllti, C;nthlana; r,ce nd Moore, without piln. Tba entire disease bus lett all parti ml'0hk. ion Dirty Dandruff, The Halo Old Kulser. wrists, and we have never rexretted-'comiouvt. Landram. Beisler, DandruQ That and dliagreeableln e very way. ol theboly, lave iwoulceri on myfrom loo whichChapln's SyphUhlcI-u-l- s to it fJ 00; coneak am li dirty IBerlln Letter Joseph, DstIs, healing rapldlv. are .... 1,11,1,3 Berkele, Johnston, Denny, once. Till !... I t. a tlm ...a t1 nit mrlltnli clothing continually and Is accompa- 4 Tho Emptor William of Oornwny nt- Klnnalrd. Duncan, Plce, Dr. Klnnalrd, It soils the Is brlnglnit me out ol tu greatest trial of ecolptof SlOx'.cratInii?its. L S. A. Monday, April 27th. It may sound ex- tended n ball lately given by the Italian Lo- - nied by n hardly less annoying sensation of itch-In- ;. medicine tprpr City. r . . 10 ninex 1 B. Co, Jt,rfBrucCl nice, Curry, LUlard, ana 1 can not nnu worm Theicalplsdbmscd. There li nothing In life appreciation of Its r rtuej and the gratliud I travagant, but yesterday I heard a sermon, ambassador, and soemod to enjoy hlm-omy Wherrltt, iplllunu and .Owsley, arm '" Uoblnson HiBwnrllaa thorouihlr adspted to thii trouble leeltnat lever hcarli fit. ueuer in manner ami tinner man i ever greatly. He accepts Uneither holpiii3 gray, L Jun. 9, 1835 I'KTKa 1, L.OVK, au;uju, ui not more than oU.'";Xj nor support; his hair Mr. M. L ..l'jrker'a Hair Ba lam. It cleansu and heali apNtatois: heard from Spurceon. The preacher is a ho .till v.cars t In that lock brough i An- - thesealp, itoFi the hlllng hair and rutorei Iti and '"'..JodM Owsley. Mis. Lula . native, tbouch he has an English name, ovorthoconwrot uisiioaumm .m .. Joserh, Mri. original softness, gloss and color. Ii not oily, ..,,-" .. " . highly ierfumed,anelgaut dressing. Very sj UC.V, itsittiirA Tiirpnii 111 infill i ilj l ui i ) He is the Rev, D.'nnls Oiborne, of tbe Tbe drouth In ,koutawest Georgia last iprlng a only a small occasional application Methodist Kplicipsi church, author of tie dried uo the wells aid we were compelled to use keeps the hair in perfect condition The water trout tbe creek on th plintatluu. bea' hook of the kind on ludia ever wri- iis only a part of beauty ; result was that all were troubled with the chills What Parents Fear ten (ImlU and itn Millions -- Phlladu ) and lever. Icarrlel with we several lottlciof .u. but it is a part. Every lady I had perrarenti-obj- ect to Shift's Specific, and as tonr as I too It HIj memory is prollsious. As an Instance a. llsyaton, M.s.tius. iuiie, splllman, Many sndonoof the most elcquent and original 1 ceased tnklmt It I like soon .hi. puny quack uoitruuii aa likely to engender or en- fect health Miss Mary of It. hofouuJ. hlmsei: uiiexjioctotlly foce MlsaaaUlo Anderson, may have it ; at least, what the rest was allllcti.l with chilli When I resumed B. Masou, Miss Mollis Bu.. preachers I have ever heard, if I may form to the daughtiir of his hostess, A. U. Wee. Mrs. W. 'ovo for strong drink. They arc right. Its use I was all rlirht az.atn We hava uiixl It In facoith Magnolia Mr. and Mrs. courage a ur two looks like it. ajuilKemnu In m n single sermon. lie who had not visited Ilerlln for a gront iiutn- - Jctt, Mr. nudMrs. John M. Lon, Better die oldlieiie than or drunkenno.a. Tbe our family s antidote for malaria poison tall In lor three years and have never known It to n J, rat 0110 romambering hor, jj, jj. Hughei, Mn. Butler Engleman, and a gnat ussof I'arlcr'i Tonic doei not Involve this danBalm both freshens and preached thi craod sermon to a little bar,d bor of H',0 Slngie instance. Iu Gorman as of yore, and, ger. It not only builds u p the ayitem, curlnj? all Bumper Co., Ga., Sept. 11, 1331. of people, cot exceeding 100 In nuuibtr. I addressedtoher little joko of that long ago, uianj others. beautifies. o( the Bnlldlns aud Loan soma alluding At a meeting ailments of the stomach, liver and kidneys, but it thought of what a power such a mm would mentionod the uame of one or two officer! Treatise on Bloo land Skin Diseases milled free. Saturday, W. H, Kennaird was itlmulates without Intoxicating and abiolutely TUE bWIFT .SPECIFIC CJ . hor partner! Association fallou at QrarilottJ who wire be In London if he could only get n hearappetite for liquor. 30-Drawer 3 Atlanta, Ga. elected Preeident, J. C. Thompson, Vice cures tbe then. ing. He is la'ely returned from America i. ' has returned from Georgetown. Miss Ella Joplin, of Mt. Ver- non, and Misi Smith, of Upper Garrard, were guests of Mr. Butler Engleman. The pretty College young ladles left for their respective homes Friday morning and many of our young men look sad At the train one of the hoys wss moved to sheil tears when blddini; his gill goodbye, Tn firs Miami cimmencement ex ercisM of Grrid Ffuile College were held at thti Christian church in the preence of a large nnd fashionable audience The ex- erclses werr with prayer by Elder V, I. Fowle, and after sacred music by Ecbhorn's Orchestra, Miss Elizi E Rmltn nf Ihiai tilurd fiela Atft (Iia aalnra. ' tory addres, entitled "Life is what we . BaB,ce " M'm Smith was followed by ' Miss Emma . Browninir, of Mays Lick, Ivy , with a thesis, 'The Rhetoric of ra" v.Miss Nellie Hopper . President, 6. M. Peacock, Secretary and J. P. Sandifer, Treasurer. Thirty four names have been secured as subscribers for the purpose of organization. The remains of tbe late Walter C. Bailey, Sr , wre interred in the cemetery at this place Siturday evening. Mr. Bai-e- y was for many yeirs a prominent druggist here and no gentleman was more generally bellked than he. The Dripping Springs Picnic. To the Editor of The Interior Journal. w ALL -- m:sj: siock of- - mmwSkm I AXD- -- TRiaiSIED READY FOR THE WALL! AT- DnirriNo Srnixos, June C The many good people from adjoining counties who M'EOBEKTS & STAGGTS. .......'. jbl M TQA WW&f taeHI- m w,tHSlf PHARMACISTS, ar ' ,........, JEWELERS. iJEyujsii?!yvlJj.iiEL jf t$S Clojj-Dsnc- .(fi&swaBsy!tiyjsMP y. j ..-- -i 1, " TAYLOR BROS. FAMILY GROCERIES clog-Jnnce- ," lt OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY com-aratlvu- cue-lor- n FIRE INSURANCE. clog-danc- ? , PHILIPS. n, t, , I 111 1 tr I I ROUCE, Its-ewe- TONIC, DYSPEPSIA, in METAL JP01S0N. UVEK.u,n"' joWljrtnjsga ucalto-Urinar- ! "'"''Tuelder . -- t g WIA.SS&i vi.i. ---;-. ""T'T 7Z,.;. pis-oas- - 1 J-- s.iu-cin- u Wrt-LS- bi-- 1 Malarial loison. A Clear Skin - Ii'w' tf 161 T N RELIGIOUS. Abe Bumrd, the noted Pennsylvania outlaw, has surrendered. In Virginia there are 215,604 Baptist; has created great excitement in Virginia The Hessian fly and chinch bugs are 112,000 Methodist; 25,453 Presbyterians has just ended in Richmond in a verdict of making sad havoc with the KanMS wheat and 13,640 Episcopalian". Juno 0, 1885 murder in the first degree, which means Stamford, Ky., crop. The Junction City meeting did not death upon the scaffold. The condemned of 40,000 persons was close Sunday nieht as was intended. The A with murdering his couswas charged to de- converts now number nearly 100. W. P. WALTON. in, Miss Fannie Lillian Madison, by throw held in London Sunday afternoon nounce the action of Mr. Childers, Chan Kev. H. Allen Tupper preaches the ing her into the reservoir, the incentive to the dedication sermon of the Millersburg Baphe cellor of the Exchequer, in increasing fact that the deed being The venerhble Horatio Seymour, of New had dastardly her and that the sin was short- dutiei on beer and spirits. tist church on the third Saturday in June. his seduced "York, celebrated his 75th birth day latt Miss Emma Davis, daughter of John Rev. B. F. Taylor baptized about twenly to be made public by the birth of n week and come newspaper correspondents W. Davis, was murdered by unknown ty persons at the Shaker's pond, in Mercer conxnide it the occasion to Interview him. lie child. The evidence upon which the Thursday morn county, on Saturday afternoon, the fruits of is all circumstantial, but parties nearllardinsburg hopefully of the future of the coun- viction was had npofce Lateii:-- A negro was arrested lor tne itDorg of KeTt j, m. Coleman, of Mc ing. as conclusive almost as direct proof and ter, and of the party that is still so near lynched by this ( Kinnrr. In &two weeks xneetins at Shaw- there is hardly the shadow of a doubt of the deed and has been oil heart and in high terms expressed nee Run Baptist church. was received with time. cjofijencu in Mr. Cleveland and the his guilt. The verdict J. Coles, proprietor of tnej Johnson Rev. E Y. Mullins, who was called to great satisfaction and we hope soon to belief he will make a successful and in the chronicle that it has been carried out to the House, Nashville, Tenn., shot himself the pastorate of the Baptist church at liar- -CON4I5TINO OV- end a Terr popular President. The through the head, dying instantly. He rodsburg, was ordained at that church on letter. moves slowly, says the was a regular attendant at the lev. Sam Saturday. The ordination sermon was CoMpuiOLLEn but is it not wise and prudent to do Durham is applying Jones' revival, and is supposed to have preached by Rev. Dr Etton, of Louisville. no? lid might hitmelf some rears ago pre- himself closely to his duties and is win been crazed by religion. Rev. A C Caperton. of the ll'ssVern freer- ferred more active party measures than ning golden opinions for his continued efFrom the latest India dispatches con- dn and quite a number of other prominent have yet been adopted, but he contents forts to stop the many leaks in the treasury cerning the earthquake at the Vale of divines were present. tents hianelf now with the knowledge that permitted by his republican predecessors. Cashmere, enough has been learned to The strong affection in which Rev. H. honest men are at the head of public affairs Haying decided that the decision of the show that the loss is very great, and that C. Morrison is held here was plainly atand that io good time all the minor offices Treasury accounting officers, is conclusivo the worst fears may be realized. It is es- tested by the great crowd which gathered &c. will be filled by those whope honesty is on the Executive and heads of the depart- timated that 400 persons were killed, as at the Methodist church Sunday night to above euspicion and who are imbued with ments and can only be reversed by the many more were injured. greet his opening service of the meeting true democratic principle. On one point courts or by Congress, he has disallowed a A sensational suicide occurred at Mad- - that is to continue through the week. Mr. Seymour expreeeea himeelf emphatic- portion of the account of a clerk in the isonyille, Tenn. Prof. W. H. Kimbrougb, His year at Vanderbilt University has ally, lis can tee no Einglcevent of Presi- State Department who was sent to New Bolivar Acadomy, blew his brains out with had a marked cflect both in his manner of dent Cleveland's public life which casts a York and charged $3 a day for his hotel a shotgun. He left a note stating he was preaching and the composition of his ser doubt on his genuine Democracy, and he bill and added his washing bill besides. tired of life since he failed to marry one mons all Strictly First-Clas- s, from tho Best and we have heard no discourse com- These Goods believes that as a man of brain and judg The account had been approved by a for of four young ladies to whom he proposplimented at highly as his by all who Manufactories, . , ment the preodent must recognize tne mer Assistant Secretary of State. ed. heard it. Great good is expscted to result of ttrengthening the democratic The beat record for fast from his meeting. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. party and the folly of putting dangerous was broken in the match between Ira Som-erweapons into the hands of any men whose -- Three hundred HUSTON VILLE. LINCOLN COUNTT. houses burned in Con- of the World, and James McCann, of veatiments prejudice them against demo- slantinople Sunday. INI) Jo-aM- , forthe at "ew York City. The Messrs. Rufus and G. B. Adams and Qt cratic traditions and who may at amy The cholera is increasing at Valencia. mer set 6,032 ems of solid minion in three Mrs. Geo. Adams, all from Texas, are visbe found in opposition to the democ- Forty-fivper cent, of those attached die. hours, and the latter 6,342 ems, besting iting relatives here. racy. The great Evangelist, Sam Jones, once his opponent 310 ems, and winning the The rain ol this morning (Monday) is The Rev. S.J Noland, who divides his llTed in Kentucky and married a Kentncky stakes and the championship of Amer- making the face of nature smile as pleas time between preaching, writing editorials wife. ica. antly aa a boy with pockets in his breeches. WITH A GUARANTEE. for the Central Mdhodut and calculating The recent earthquake at Serinagur, The Court of Appeals decides that a Messrs. Warren and Peyton, on the interest for his Nicholasville bank, is catch-ir- e the capital of Cashmere, resuted in about railroad company has the right to the ex- route (or Liberty, got here to breakfast it on all sides for tne wonderful yarn 100 deaths. clusive use and occupation of its yard or Monday and were charged only the ordina-rate- s. fee recently published concerning four visits Gen. Rosecrans has been appointed track, except at crossings or s'ich places the Lord made to him. The Breckinridge Register of the Treasury vice B. K. Bruce, ai the public are by law authorized to use, We have no light yet as to the bur- IVc Ituj' Tor CASH hikI rroptiMu ( (Jive our CnMouuTMlie Hen- Xaa stys if he gets off any more such fish col'd., resigned. and one who enters upon its yard or track glary of list week. The operators were flit oT our DUcouitiN. stories he will never see the Lord again The wife of Capt. Sam M. Gaines, dep- without right does so at his peril, and in masters of their craft, as shown remarks that uty clerk of the Court of Appeals, died at case of injury can not recover unless the by ad the Somerset Republican their work. he is either a crank or a very bad man. Frankfort, Friday. injury was wantonly inflicted alter the The Sunday-Schopertaining to the The ssost charitable conclusion is that the Friday was hangman's day with a danger was discovered. Christian church propose holding a grand reverend gentleman is losing his mind: vengeance. Six murderers were made to picnic on Siturday next. The other schools His fritnds should therefore put a check on feel the halter draw. DANHLLE. BOYLE COUNT T. at and near this place have been invited to Will Guarantee to Save you from 10 to 25 Per Gent, on every Vehicle. Give turn. us a Call. Isaac Hibbs, Postmaster at Lewiston, America Shelby, colored, was fined cooperate. Music exyected from Stanford. The editor of the Frankfort Capital Idaho, has absconded with $50,000 belong MT, SALEM, LINCOLN COUNTT. $2S Friday for keeping a house of "ill should be detailed to go to the lawless ing to the Government. shape." War clouds, dismal and lurid, have counties and be shot at by the warring An examination of the books of the During a severe wind and rain storm lately hovered oyer this once peaceful comfor the perpetration of the following Assistant Treasurer at New Orleans shows Sunday evening a number of trees and parts munity. A bloodless tragedy has taken diabolical pun. The wounds that he that he is short $60,000. of trees were blown down in and about place. A surgeon was at hand but not needwould receive would no doubt cure him During May S,90C pension certificates ed. Plenty domestics to make lint and to jest at scars in this were issued by the Bureau, the largest num- town. of his propensity Rev. S. E. Pierce, of the Methodist bandages was at a store near by, but not manner: It is claimed that violence and ber, by over 1,000, eyer sent out. church South, preached the Biccalaurate called for. Bitter blood, boiled, blustered, general cussedness is confined to two or One hundred iron mills in the PittsSemcounties) in Kentucky. Candor com- burg district have closed on account of sermon to the graduating diss of Bell foamed and simmered, but no outlet was three inary yesterday. pels the aumission that there is hardly a the strike and 58,000 men are idle. made for it to run in any other channel Miss Florence Slaughter gave a very than its natural vsici and arteries. The county in the State but would as soon be The New Orleans Exposition loses elegant party Friday night which was largelands of CjI. Joseph, a retired Wol Rowan aa Knott. about $2,500,000. The loss to the Governly attended by the young people of this ford's cavalryman, and the miner of The change of the party in power and ment $1,335,000 worth of securities. For Coal or Wood. place and vicinity. ux Lord Christopher are adjoining. There the consequent shaking up of the officeJohn Dcaring, a lunatic confined at Dennis Caldwell was arretted Monday is not much warm love te'.ween the two. holders does not fleet one office at least. the Anchorage Asylum, jumped into a Thu Kan- . Eitri Iteary an I ) gambling, but the Col. Joseph seme time ago had n cow of Jumata ( har-cteiy to MadeIronthe Hat ,aat 4ltop The postmistress at Napoleon, Ark , went scalding bath and met with instant death. morning charged with art r , was die and deposited her prosecution not being ready the cise remains on the sur with Katlrr Vroiut Iron IUj end out of the position by expiration of her The earnings of the L. & N. railroad iPMaTfcff jflJvVa 31 Hat sasssssssssW OitH. WarwlBg extendi under until Tuesday. frn face of his own land near the lice of Lord entire erm and a democrat was appointed to suc- for May were 5l,UlH,Ub:, a decrease as continued .( Rani l.ttth ertl..aT Ftro I In " Ai'.iii' Sam Farris was arrested Sunday even- Christopher, who got mad and ordered the Oten Shelf ceed her. But she wasn't to be outdone so compared with the same month last year ing by Sheriff Salter at Corley's distillery Colonel to burn, bury'or move the carcass. and Cut Outftt Nlckei tumor 3'r. knot easily and therefore jumped at the proposi- of $62,024. ll bin; pint. AilluiU'la in Jessamine county on a bench warrant The Col. refused. The circas remiined and tlilc ihtlt nJ all tuoJcrn liul'iM.c- tion to marry the new appointee. The UIBt(. Emory Clark walked into a church at stealing in this the scavenger birds and varmints Can arrieg with Heater f r marriage occurred last week and the lady Dalton, Ga., and shot Sim Watkina be- charging him with hog picked hot n J rolil watrr county. the meat off and the bones bleached in the Waif r itoi or !Iittr extra will still continue to follow the bent of her cause he had taken Clark's sweetheart to The' closing exercises of Bell Seminary sun and rain but still remained an eye sore. inclinations by perusing the postal cards. the meeting. will be held at the Opera House Wednes. Enduring the nuisanie no longer the Lord Col. Robt. Mayo, of ConGov. Knott, Auditor Hewitt, and TreasH. HIGGINS, day night and on Thursday night Mr. and had them removed to the opposite side of urer Tate have affixed their signatures to the gress from Virginia, having become de- Mrs. Allen will give a reception at the the Col.'s pasture. The Col. had them SPECIAL AGF.NT, ranged, has been placed in an asylum by 500 State bonds authorized by the LegislaSeminary. moved back. Four times they were moved his friends. ture to pay the outitanding indebtedness The troupe of genuine negro minstiels backwards and forwards. At last Lord C. .Stanford, - - Ken! uvUy. v. Hale, of New Hampshire, of $300,000 due to banks for borrowed monwho performed at the Opera House Thurs ey. The bonds are for $1,000 each and in has failed for a large amount, and all of day night gave a very good entertainment summoned his tenants and was in the act bones beneath the Col.'s sod addition to the signatures named Secretary his properly in Vermont has been attached in which there was plenty of fun and fir of putting the when the Col. appeared upon the scene DHID Mckenzie attests them with the for four times its value. ef bUto STAJJFOItD. KY. vulgarity than is often seen among with ample field artillery and ordered a t having on board a less A French peat seal of the State. They have been bands of their white imitators. vacation of his premises, which order was W. P. WALTON, - - Propriotor persons, is reported to txkea by a New York broker at $10250 crew of ninety-tw- o Ocly Line tu Drs. F. Dunlap and L. S. McMurtry unheeded. The Col. planted his artillery 8lie of tage,:20xJO. EUht complete aela of Bro. Bd bear interest at the rate of 4 per cent, have been lost during the hurricane in the amputated the arm of Jno. Far- on commaouing positions anu on Friday fry Feating capacity, Including gallery, 600. ordered non Gulf of Aden on the 31. payable in gold. Reuonabte ratce to good attraction!. Addrr who was shot by his brother-in-law- , combatants eside, which they obeyed, Stoddard Johnson has called a ris Col. J. Tax appointment of Hunter Wood to be meeting the State Central and Executive Tom Elmore. The arm was taken off climbing the line fence, followed by Lord of Baltimore, Philadelphia and Ne Collector for the Second Kentucky Disthe elbow. Elmore has not yet been C. which ended the fierce contest. All se- STOKE-ROOMFOCommittees for June 12 to take action in York City, trict, is a deserving recogniton of a compeAll parties are colored. arrested. rene at this writing. A Tery ilMlrable ilore-rooregard to a candidate for Treasurer. 34x70 feet, next tent editor, faithful democrat and a worthy Willi TuaoidU Eaton & Lindsey, traveling photogra haruitri National Hank: In UUnlord, The Somerset Telegraph has changed The Oldham Era cordially invites Judge coortotheremodeled and greatly liunrocJ. Ap. Itecently stntieman. tenner ot tne (senators was owners, Mr. phers, for refusing to pay full amount of Hr. T.B. Coppage having sold U'Ai.TOS, F. T. Fox to forego one of his dally letters I'l: to for him which perhaps waa in his favor. abusive language towards the Mantord, Ky. out to Dan and Kirk Boone, who will con- toll and for to the people of Kentucky and utilize the -- Only Line via Mr. Wood is an original Cleveland man keeper's wife, at the first gate on the IF YOU WANT TO tinue to run it, with Capt. Boone as editor. gate time thus saved in explaining why "he and aa a delegate to the National Convrn Harrodsburg pike, leading out from this Herbert Foote Beecher, son of Henry YOUR GAME BAG, lllclimoml, Old Point Comfort (I! Vf?ola is fooling away valuable time after the of tion voted for him first and last. fined $21 90 on Friday last. IIotl nuil Xcrrport Noun, Ward, has been made Collector of Customs place, were fice of State Treasurer when field hands AND MAKE At Junction City the storm yesterday we announce for the district of Puget Sound, in the It is with great sorrow that In concit Uo with Old Dominion Hoiuthlpa tv are getting $15 a month, and found, and off W. E. Grubb's the death of our old friend, Abdurrahman, State of Oregon and Territory of Washing- blew part of the roof w track hands conimind $1 day on the L & mill, did considerably injury to a fine USE the Ameer of Afghanistan. The old fellow ton, the same gen- N." The prospect of a plentiful year young orchard belonging to was making a tour of Persia and his attenAn) Met' hat.ii t'jd Mlren Siraimhlp Line to CATARIUI CURED, health aaj iweet breath damage to property the dants are charged with murdering him. in the Mountain counties is better than for tleman and other lecurtd by Sbllob'e Catarrh lieuiedy. Trice 50c. of which could not be ascerFor tale by Fenny X McAllater. Oar grief at the event is somewhat assuag-r- d years. 1 he fruit crop is very large and particulars the indications are that the mast will be tained. t'LKErLKSS MOUTd made mlierable by that however by the fact that it gives Ayoub Through Train fr m Wluthrilrr, Ky., to And now we are to have a sensation terrible cough. Shlloh'a Cire Is the remedy for Khnn, another old friend, a chanc6 to be very great. KANAWHA FALLS, The Illinois Senate hai passed the sure enough. The Louisville amateurs are you. For sale by Penny A McAlIiter. Ameer again. WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS to play a game of base bill against the The Magistrates of Bsurbon have decid- house civil rights bill which gives the col- Danville's on the grounds of the latter on THAT HACKING COUOII can be so qulclilr Aud other Famoui Vitclnla rijrlcgi aad I'leeiure cured by hlloh's Cure. We guarantee It. ored people the same rights as the whites For ed 10 to 6 to subscribe the $400,000 recent-fKeMfia. ale by Penny X McAllitcr. the 15th inst , at 3J o'clock r. M. Admis All tho Latest Improvements. voted by the county to the Kentucky in hotels, restaurants, theatres and other Hunting Fiihlcs, llathlog and all Linda of sion so far aa the lords of creation are conMcItOUEIlTS &, STACll, Union Railroad, notwithstanding the spec- - public places. lur the trurlit. Invalid or porUiuun. n 'Dili line runa through tho Alleghany Hon. Roswell P. Flower, President cerned 25 cents per head. Ladies free. tho Drujglit?, who are nluaja looking sfttr the FOR DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS, art which says that Paris shall not vote jal the bicktol beautiful rlmaaud termDudley of the Epis Inttntt Rt. Rev. Bishop Cleveland's riyai for the New York deleAUUKbsa it tbclr cuitumtn, lure now urcd the inate oi to tax the county. The case will ba taken copalian church was here last week and ale r f Dr. lloianl.o'e Cough nnJ Lung Syniji, rrm-HLamberson, to the Court of Appeals, where it is hoped gation in the State convention of '84, is an THE SKA SHOIJi:. fail to cure CoM, I'alm In tli that astive candidate for the democratic nomi- during his stay preached several able ser- Chott, nnil all Lung AfTectlooa. the railroad advocates will again win. For proof Cougln, n SOLE AQENTS FOR Ubietratlon Cata on Pay Tralna IlrguUr received per mons, baptized children and nation for Governor. r try a ir lample ticlrta good for and all can be comlingular aire CO ccuta divorce law of Pennsylvania are so bined without extra rxpeme. church. He left Friday for 4tl.lSl.W 1'or full InformaThe Jas. D. Pannel was about to marry a sons into his tion, ralra at Hotelt, aualytla of M dlilnalMpringt, loose as to almcst legalize adultery, A leading society lady in Chatinaooga, when Knoxville, Tennessee, where he Is to deI'ullman Sleeping Carapace, Tlcketa, Ac, rail on Sporting Arms and Ammunition, Ilr. HOSANKO. ornt'lrcti young woman baa secured three divorces in an acquaintance from Atlanta appeared aud liver an address to the graduating class of Thli name Laa become to familiar lth tho mwt 281 & 283 Broadway, W. M MeKOHF.KTJ, W II WHITTLESEY, of pople throughout tho t'nltnl Stntu that It l as many years, all on the most frivolous recogniz;d him as a bigamist who had left one of the Colleges. Ticket Agnt, Trav. Pawner Agt , NEW YRK' Loiilirille, Ky, fetanfurd. Ky. hardly necwary to Hate that ho l the originator I WE3TERN OFFICE. CTOUcda and is now trying to envelgle anMr. Geo.T. Adamn, of this place, i three wives in the latter city. . W. hJII III, II. W. 1'tlM. the greut Dr. Dotanko's Cough nnJ Lung Sjrup, O. H. LAMBERSON & CO., & Co., Cincin(len'l 1'au'r Ag't. Hen' Manager, other man into her net, to cast him aside Near Chapel Hill, Marshall county now agent for John Church tho poopl' f,iorlte rii)n!y, uhretr kuoun, U r 73 State Street, Chicago, 111. Jllcbrnonn, Vlrslnla. 1). O. EbWAKDS, for another so soon as the novelty of the Tenn., Hiram Harris, forty years old, slip nati, for the sale of pianos, organs, sheet Cough. rnMi, Conturuptlon an! dll t - - - ILION, N. Y. cl ARMORY, 'en'l Wra'ern I'aiierigrr Agent. Cincinnati, O. tho Throat ami I.utig. I'rlco SO call anJ l.fl lituation wears 00. ped up behind Willis Frank, his nephew music, SC. .Miss iUary iioiuna uau returnfcolj bv Mcflolarti A Haga. ed from Staunton, Va , where she haB been The State Board of Equalizition wee's and striking him on the head with a single cum: Foit imi.k. attending Misa Baldwin's celebrated school The members tree killed him instantly. in Frankfort Pllce aro frequently precedm by a wno of v ,V The First Auditor at Washington. D. Revs. J. G. Bruce and II. J. Perry return-e- d had beat mtko the most of it as the signs Saturday evening frcm Augusta, where In the back, loins ami loutr part of the nbrioui' n, -- U point to its being the last time they C, has disallowed the $22,000 paid for sor caualng the patient to auppoan hehaa iomeanVct.n ghum and beet seed by Commissioner they attended the Board of Education of A tho kMny or neighboring organ'. At tinua, jill ever meet in that capacity, Tho LegisMr. Logan jmioniaof lndlgtlon nre prexut, aa flatnlunj, lature will repeal the act under which Loring, on the ground that the expen- Methodist Episcopal Church. MADE IN THE GEST MANNER, BY SKILLED WORKMEN. diture waa not a nroner one under tho McKee, City Attorney, has been confined HiiiunlnfM of tlio atomach, etc. A moliture, llko bey operate so sure as it a&sembles. I rtplrntlon, producing a cry dlagrtill luhln, REMEMBER THAT OUR GOODS ARE ALWAYS RELIABLE. home several days by illness. Rev. aftir at his law. pose Mustang Liniment only good Ji n Tery attendant, If Gen. Kobluson wants to do a One PIoco of Solid Stool. The grand jury of New York found Jno. M. Bruce, of Stanford, was In town Illlnl,gtttlng unn, Itching I'll common once to the Illeedlnt; and ) Itld at for horses ? It Is for inflammawell as a niojt deserving act he. will an indictment against Fedinaad Ward for Friday. Dr. Vanco, of Louisville, was here application of Dr. Dofautto'a File Ilemedy, hlrh a'.ta NO HOLES OR RIVETS TO WEAKEN THE BLADE. Capt. Havens, of the Sentinel Demo grand lirceoy. The charge in ippoiut tion of all flesh. SEND FOR CIRCULARS. that be car Siturday in consultation with one of our directly upon the parta alfceteJ, abtorblni the erat as deputy collector at Mt. Hierling, h riedaway a btg frytn tho Marine Bank ureeoni in retard io an important lurgicsi Tumor., all ijlng the Interne itching and affecting a REMINGTON AGRICULTURAL CO., position which he would fill with honor to PwnwMutoure. Prlw CO centa. Addrew the Dr. I. oimself and credit to ths new Collector's just before that institution collapsed con- - operatton Boon to be performed on ft rMt. Itc k M II.ION, N, Y. sM by MoB.b. Administration. tainin g $1,600,000 worth of securities. dent of Danville nil A tagj? New Yorlt Offlcc, lib C'liniiibcr .Street. Skmi-Mtehl- i! $nfcrior$aimraI The trial of Thos. J. Clurerius which BUGGIES, BUGGIES, BUGGIES! mass-meeti- OUR STOCK IS MOOT COMPLETE, en-li- re Carriaes, Barouches, Phaetons, Uuggics, Surreys, JngunrJWngons, Uuck Hoards, Jtoad Carts, are ty type-setti- mo-JM- 1 e 0 Are Sold on Tlioir Merits, ol ele-eae- nts BRIGHT CURRANT. THE LION WROUGHT IRON RANGE, rggami JmJt ol W. Ex-Go- OPERA HOUSE, CIESIPEIXEUD gun-boa- II. WASHINGTON, he-lo- w It RENT i. Pullman Cars. FILL BIG SCORES. nsnE-- "5To:r,:k:, BEMINGTON BOSTON. y shot guns. Furman&Co., Mouu-talnf.o- y iti Srit-cla- E.Remington&Sons' itop-ore- . REMINGTON SHOVELS, SCOOPS, SPADES. Did you Sup- - ban-xome- as ; r"1t'ar m aaaftrflWB jnaifca, MWratTJtf.CeWal, APW:wUUlfc. t. .1 nal For Sale. ly new, A good spring wagon, nearof abont forty James Eevemnce, Stanford, Ky., June 0, 1885 LOCAL TIME CARD. Judge Varnon dispoied cases in his quarterly court yesterday and adjourned till cext Saturday. Leave orders for the Walter A. Wood mower in time to procure them without r.u. 161r. k. extra roil. Bright A Curran. .. 112 a.m. Birmstraln" Bouth...... ., 2 OS a.m. " " " Norh..... . Mr. W. M. Boole ha bought oat the Tbc kvCT li calculated on standard time. tfolar grocery store of Mr. S. S, Myers and will la About 20 minutes ritcr Wat run it heieafter. He will continue to be agent at Rowland. LOCAL NOTICES. & Mall l. AN. train going NorthBouih - 1330 Watches and Jewelry repaired on ihort notice and warranted bf Penny k McAHv Ur. Buy the Haas Hog Itemed r, the original and only genuine, from Penny &McAl liter. A coMrurrn flock of jewelry, lateat ieclalfjr. Penatyle. Kockfonl watches ny A McAHater. Foil cousin, colda, Ac, ue Com p. Syrup of White Pine, in 25 and 60c boltleo, Prepared by Mclloberts A Stag. Fa km em, Read This. (Jo to Dr. .M. L. Hourne'a drug store and get one package of Pa m A. Clark's Hoc Remedy. Jf you are not satisfied after uning it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL. McAUtter. Boy your kIiooI booki from Penny A A collision of freight trains ntar Friday caused considerable damage Brod-hea- d to engines and cars and made the first delay of any consequence in the mail train thisyear. Mrs .Taiwan r writes: The closing exeroisesof C. O. High School will take place Friday night, June 12ih, from 8 to 10 and will censist of estays, recitations and music with a literary address by F. F. BobMtl, E'q. TitEChtMpcike A Xuhvllle roid has bonded its one hundred and sixty mites o . proposed road at $30,000 per mile, the bonds having been taken by n New York syndicate, with the Metropolitan New York as trustee. bank of f Mh. Sam Hick?, of Somen!, was here It has been sheollshly hot for a week, yetterday. climaxing Sunday in the mercury climb Miss Minnie McRobeiits has return- ing up to 00 in the shade. The slight ed to Danrille. rain of yesterday cooled the atmostphere Mn. and Mrs J. C. ilAva went to some but it is still the hottest spell that IjnUTille Friday. ever came so early in June. Georoe Penny hn returned from Walnut Lcos. Mr. A. C. Sine, who is tieorgelown Collrce. buying walnut logs for J. Ottenheimer, Mim Daisy Roiinside Ii riiltin his secured in a few weeks over $20,000 fritnda in Lancarter. Mns. C. A. Cox and Charley E. Cox worth. List week at Frankfort he bought 21 car loads for which he gave a check for returned from Columbia yetterday, This was at the rate of 505 per Ma. E. II. Edward, of the Cincln. 1,000 feet In the log. uati Commercial. Gauih, was here Friday. $0,-13- Dr. and Mrs, hare remored L'ck. Wyatt I. Letcher M-- from Covington to Paint under a tax of $1 1GJ on (be 5100 worth of property, counting State county and munici-pal,an- d Messrs. R. C Warren, Mastenon a poll tax of $ 1 The latter is a pretty IV; ton and E. C. Walton are attending steep figure to pay on the bead that grinds Cjurt at Liberty. out the ''Thin column" for the Remitter John A. McRoberts lefi yetterday to and we advise French Tipton to seek a take the potition of assistant depot agent cheaper resort. at Crab Orchard. A TERRinc storm visited Junction City Mn. Mauuie Grates and Mn. Em-Middleton, of Lexington, are (he gueita and a deck about half a mile wide Sunday afternoon that did great damage to properof Mr. A. R. Penny. Mrs. S. E. Bhooks and Mr. J. W. ty. Houses were blown down, others unBrooks, of Crab Orchard, hare gone to roofed, chimneys demolished and outbuilding!, fences and tree scattered in every diWinfield, Kansw, to visit relative. Levy, of Louisville, has taken rection. Fortunately no one was killed, Josrrn the place of Mr. Lesrer Jacob in I), KlatV but there were several very narrow escape. tore, the latter haying grown tired of The people who were attending the children's meeting at the Baptist church were Stanford. Mrs. W. II. Anderson, of Harper, nearly frightened to death and it was with Kansas, and two of het children, aie gueMs difficulty that a panic was prevented, of her puent, Judge anJ Mrs. Lytic, after The f upper for the benefit of tbc Gold a Ions abserce. A Silver Band realfsvl about ;M and s F. J. Cami'Iiki.L, Emj , of Rock Cartle Springs, parsed down to Loulaville yester- nearly all tho art'clcs were contributed, i practically clear profit. It day. He ays thit he has alreaJy tjjite a the amount wan giveu at Kjreka Hall, which was adntiaite of viiiior mirably adapted for it, and presided over Maj. John S. Cooi-ehas been trans by a number of ladie, who showed excelDii-triftrred from this to the Middle Tenn dressing the with headijuarteia at Columbia and lent taste in arranging and tables and room. The bill of fttre wa his gone hence with his wife. and excellent and everything Mr. U.K. Kvani, Division Superinwas in abumlenre. The Bind Boys feel Transpor-titi- on tendent, P.T. Djwns, Matter of grateful to all who assisted (hem and and L. H. Dalson, Master Mechanic, very proud over the great success of their sup- of the L, A. X., spent Sunday here. Miss Jennie Droaddv, of the College P"' C. A N. Capt. Spradlin has been busy faculty, returned to her home in Msdissn yesterday. She is & most accomplished since his arrival in viewing the various ltdy and ai a (etcher gave greit satirise-tlo- n routes surveyed for the Chesapeake A Nash ville preparatory to a final location. He to the patrons of the school. Mim Rhoda Hail, an accomplished says that the bonds are put ou the market young lady of Stanford, is assisting the with the understanding that none of the choir at the protracted meeting, the guest amount I lo be used for the purchase of (be and if this county can with of Mr. Helm. She ia a zealous and active right member of the Ihptiit church and the fair the amount raised and such additional as may be made by Junc- gifts of pillar of her church at Stanford. (he land owners, secure a route for the tion City Cjr. Danrille Advocate. Mn. John Corry Miller, formerly road, (here ie no question about the road of Kentucky, has stepped'lnto a lucrative being built in the county. We hope everyand promising patent practice in Washing-(e- n body who can will assist in securing the City, at Xo. 920 F stree(. He is by great thoroughfare. legal training, and from the fact of being The strike on the Kentucky Central an expert and scientific engineer, well hi: ended in a complete defeat of those enadapttd to succeed in that line. Louis- gaged in it, the brakemed and freight handville Democrat. lers. The ring leadere 21 in number, were k ct, y right-of-way The people of Richmond are groaning Lancaster, where he was engaged in the give a 10 day notice of the election, consedrug business for many years, for inter- quently the old bond will have to hold ment over, or resign and let the county SuperinThe Hoi. It was the unanimous ver- tendent appoint. The last few days of hot sunshine haa dict of all who attended the Merry Btrhe-lor- s' Hop at the Opera Houte Friday night made a yery perceptable difference in (he lhat they hadcever experienced a more de- appearance of the corn and grass and the lightful occasion. No expense had been granger'., heart has begun to rejoice in the spared in getting it up and (he arrange- prospect of a good corn crop. The Carson Bros., the Jersey cattle ments were first class in every detail. The men of the Etst End, traded Dr. J. G. Carweather, too, was cool and pleassnt, the music entrancing and the attendance large penter, of Stanford, 2 grade cows and a and appreciative. A lovelier lot of girls registered bull for 1 short horn cows with never aseembled and clad in beautiful cos- young calves, Carpenter paying $50 to tumes they presented a picture that fairly boot, the Carson Bros , realizing about enraptured the beholdr. The gentlemen, $250 for the three head. The case of Thos. C. White vs. Geo. (oo, were handsome and gallant and what is better, well behaved and respectful. The W.Evans for $100 damage for the said Bichelors deserve great praise for the ex- Evans hauling across some unfenced timcellence of arrangements and the success bered land of the said White, was tried in of their entertainment in every particular. the police court here last Saturday. The We are indebted to Mrr. W. G. Dunn and jury decided that no damage was done and other lady friends for the following list of eaoh man must pay his costs in the esse. ladies and their costumes from which we An injunction was gotten out to prohibit Evans from pasing through Whi(e in the trust none was omitted. future which the court subtained. Mrs. Howard Mce, Laoentw, white wullj eaia-tThe strawberry festival given by the Miss Lutte Duke, Din-lll- e, blue Mltin, oilental ladies for the benefit of the new Presbyterilc an church at College Hall last Friday Mlu Nellie Duomii, Lancaster, pink latin; evening was quite a success. It was liberpearls. ally patronized and they realized quite a Mlu Addle Ilaydon, UarroJiliurg, cream satin, handsome sum. The strawberries were Iron); diamond. Mlu Mattle Brown, blue utln, Ucr; natural procured for them by Capt. T. G. Moore flaweri in Louisville and were the finest variety it Mlu Emtua Saullcy, Btanlerd, blue sallo, black haa ever been our pleasure to (est. t; The natural Ho en. Mils Mary Held, Stanford, white mull embroid table was presided over by Mefdames ered; dumoBdi, Moore, Siavin, Tarrant and Miss Alice MlisLlnle Drje, Huiton-IIl- e, white muP, Hsrdin. point lice. The picnic at Dripping Springs last Mlu LI uie Farrls, Stanford, cream lace; dia Saturday, June 0:h, was quite an enjoyable mond,. Mlu Mary Alcorn, Stanford, cream rttcnel, ggld affair and a perfect succew in every partrlumlcg. ticular, Lincoln, Garrard, Boyle and MadiMIm Delia iltmiey, Richmond, white Htln, son counties all being well represented. cbryital lire. MliiNannle Walker, Richmond, cream albitroa; There tere some four hundred persons pearli. present nearly all of whom dined at the Mlu EHaBroldui,Madlion, pink mull, black hotel which made it a vtrr profitable day velvet; natural flowera. for the accommodating proprietor. As to Mlu titilt Cook, Huitcnrllle, white Son's veil-In- ;, the dinner it is sufficient to eay that the latin and cold. Mix Kate Edelln, Alum Springs, itraw surah bill of fare as published in the Interior illk, crimson velvet; rubles. Journal last Friday was furnished and Mlu Emma Uarrard, Manchester, white em- served in the most approved style. There broidered mull; pearli. Min Kate lkgle, Ilmtonvllle, blue allatrbs, is no watering place within our knowledge where we would rather spend the summer white Uc. Mrs. W. O. Dunn, HarroJiburg, Ihe satin, vacation than at the famous Old Dripping. piont lace; uppbirei. Mr. Slaughter has already engaged a good Mlftei Annie and Ella Shanki, (Stanford, each many of his rooms for July and August. ware Nun'i veiling with oriental lace. o. bad-j.lnUil Tcl-e- THE CHEAP G-BOOB- E;. 3 o T. R. WALTON, -- DEALLP. IN . And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. IN ADDITION TO HP.0CER1ES AMD PEOVI-IONS, HE KEEPS Tin-- , Glass- - 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. Mim Ida Adauii, Mt. Vernon, black illk; Jet Mlis Mattle Willlamt, Mt. Vernon, pink Nuu'i vellirg, oriental lace over J ren. Min Zula Wllllatii, Mt. Vernon, blue Nun'i veiling. Min May Adami, Mt. Vcinon, white ctobrtid-crt- d 5ETf ADVKUTIBEME.tTH. SALE. A imall Farm, well located, good : lands; from 120 to 160 Acres. Call on J. 8. Murphy, Stanford, Ky. mull, Anile Alcorn, SUnfe d, white mull, dia- ALEX. ANDEHSOW. mondi.' A.T XjA."W, Mill Altle Markibury. Lancaster, blue satin, DANVILLE, KY., lire overdress, natural (iowori, Will practice in tr e C Mlis Leila Markibury, Larnaster, geld tatln, counties and in the Co mrti of Boyle and adjoining Jrt of Appali. point late; diamendi. Mitt tieergle Mwre, Iiryantavi le, erlmxsc tit- Ib.Ikc overdrew; dlnuenla. Ml XtmlOM, Lanraiter, tan catered illk, MiM ATTOKNEY For Bargains, There Is No Place Like the Corner of Main and Somerset Sts. H. 1 FOR SALE, PRIVATELY. gtruetiatln treat, ruble. A DESIRABLE DWELLING AND STORE-hou- ie Mn. A. U. UuiiJIer, Danville, white French combined. Beit builneai location in tha orgsnJIe, black trlmmlngi; dlamoudi. place. A largain cm x had ly addresalngorap-pjylogaton.eMlu JUt tie Mc.VlitUr, Uanville, Itvsndtr mull ; T. J. CllltXHTF.llHOS, IMm McKinnev, Ky. Jltuiesdi. Mini C1m Lagto, HuittnvlII, black silk, Sju ti lth lace; dlamoadi. Mlu Mm Ware, Uuikltmlll, walti quilted titlu, Moek velvet; dlauwmli. All pertom having claims against Pctrey A MIm May lie ru.Staiiford, wtaiu flancel, natumust proent them projierly Tsrlfied and ral rlweri. MIh Lena Irvla, Lanseatcr, Mack velvet and proven within thirty daya from date. Those to the above firm must settle at once If white satin; diamonds. they would save costs. MIm LlKle Twldweil, lluiteuvllle, white utln; nnoxAraii,AHgutt, it. diamonds. Crab Orchard, Ky. Miu "sallle Mrllelsiti, Danville, white mull, blue latin; dUaioadi. J. H.TINSLEY, MlsaLonnle (iutit, Dauvllle, white illk, cardi- S.B. DISUMAN, Attorney at Low. Attorney at Law nal trimmings, diamonds. Mil Bet tie Kngleman, Danville, blue albcrtroa, white lace, natural rlowera. &, MiM Belle Begle, UutMivllle, white mull, satin trimmings. Mlu Bettle Dryc, Hustonvllle, blue silk "" brotadid iront. Mha May Vergusou, Cjvlngton, blue satlu, point lace ovcrdrcis; dlamondi. Mlu Mattle Harlan, oyIe, cream Nun'i veiling ntd lace. Min Jennie Carpenter, 8taniord, white Paris AMD KDITOSS AND raOTRlETOaS rnuilln, valmeennes trlmmingX Miss Ella Mcore, Br; antiTllle, pink satin, lace to Pe-tr- ey C. RUPLEY! bo ' :" have received and still receiving NEW GOODSSPRING& SUMMJ5K CorsprMng the Leit in the market, which will it. Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Nono m City or Conntry. Give Mo a Trial. 25-- 2t "" DISHMAN TINSLEY, whoXiIssaxje: prices i n, Over 40 Buggies, Carriages, Real Estate Agents Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagons, Over lO Farm Wagons and many other Goods to be RETAILED AT WHOLESALE GEO. D. WEAKEN', Mauutaoturcr LOCAL MATTERS. ForPai.k in sacks. A TOO 'iheliof Curran. shelled corn Urign' A tier a most exciting contest for school trustee, Mr. W. G. Raney was elected Saturday (o succeed M. D.Elmore, over Col. T.P.Hill by a majority of 1, the vote standing, Raney 19, Hill 1. mn in jail at Louisville charged with making a false certificate to voucher! for the payment of a pension and with retaining J 100 of the amount. The 'Squire's name is John E H. A is Lowe. 1 Wayne county magistrate jailed at Pans, tve nilroad authorities to release them on taeirown recogn'ztuce, pay themofl all back pty and on these conditions obligated themselves to give up the strike. The officers of the rod accepted their proposition, and promised them free transportation to any pirt of the Union not exceeding a distance of one thousand miles. All the other employed have accepted the reduction of 10 percent, and buiinees has been resumed. The company promised the engineers to the wages as eoon ae business permitted. from which they petitioned re tbo gcntlsmcn present were Mcuri. Edward Mead, and JlobertJ. BrecklnrlJge.Jr., Jatnsa Helder, Loulivllle; J. E. 8tormi. J. L. West, K. KInnaird, Sam Duncan, Lewii Landram, Victor Wbcrrltt, Will Curry, B.C. Denny, Will Owsley, Will Berkelc, llowari Illcc and Kiit Robinson, Lanciiter; Winston Wlicman, Will Brlggi, Frank Fox, A. E. Hundley, Geo. Evani, Robert Evani, O. T.Splllnian, Gill Boyle, Sam Harlan, Bull Gueit, Will, Fible, Hugh C'ralt and Robert McKee, Danville-- J. B.Cosk, II. W. Drye, Joe rage, Will Ilccker, Harry Hotter aa J B. Hustonvllle, JamtaT. Craig, Lebanon, Among the spectator! wo noticed Mr, and Mn. Jack Adams, Jr., Mt. Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. Benedict Spalding, Mrs. J. W.Alcora, Mr. and Mra. U. A. Lackey, and many others. catli-ertori, ovcrdrcis. Among REAL ESTATE ADVERTISER, BABDOUHVILLE, KY. Landi bought and sold or exchanged. Keep constantly on hand laige and small tracts of improved or unimproved landi. Land titles Investigated Will alio negotiate loans on ani abitractamade. good real eatate security. Chargci reasonable. I'orreipordtnce lolkllc-l- . PRICES. Aficui. Too Many Goods on Hands; Trado is Dull and They Must Bo Sold. LAND, STOCK AND CROP To i ' ram Ooemment Lardi free lhat are suitable ccrrnl firming and fiiclc mum; purpose before ih.i.e H i i.i per liiM rnw pending n Concrtn. for LAST C "The Bourne from which no Traveler Returns Sick." The boy itcoJ on the burning Oetk, Determination in his eye "ForBourne'a Pr ig blore law bouuJ, I'm for the little Doc or Jle:" Twinkle, twinkle, little star, My iriend, tho cheapest gooli, by lar, At Bourne's Drug Store you will find The purest, best, ol ertry kind. ' Mary had a little Jaa.b, (For Barcuiu she sqojIJ quickly send); But Bournn hai the ckett Jot 0( Drugs and rtngv, breait pins and tblngi, Of spectacles and soaps, perfumes and enveitps, Patent mcdlclner of ail kindi. Globe mixed palnti, cordials and v. inca And every thing elte, th c.ieapestand Vest, At The New Dr g Etur c. Co rhyme, put in "Bourne etcr wure Yt un till death, M. L. liDl'RE, at the Jse!? Drug Store, StanforJ. Ky. MARRIAGES. Miss Lillian Muir and Mr. Alexander were married last Thursday, at the residence of the bride's father, at Pewee Valley. The ceremony was performed by Jachlarceny. It in Prosecutor R. C. Warren victing three men of felony. Two brothers for house breaking were given six years and another man went up for a year , t In the Ruseell Circuit Court last week, Semple consucceeded is with deep sorrow that we chronicle the fact that our town attorney, J. B. Pax-toE ., whose life and acts above all men should bo pure and upright, has been arn, the Rev. Dr. Humphreys, and the occasion was a very quiet one, on account of the recent bereavement of (he family. The bridal toilet was of white crepe, and her orCourier-Journa- l. naments were pearls. DEATHS. News of the death ot a venerable uncle reached us yesterday, George E. M. reted and tritd far a uiott heinous crime, ' . i . whose burning words unloosed the (bod gites and caused (ears of compassion and pity lo pour from (he eyes of the court, and t, not at all to the merltaof the case. No even excepting death itself, is not too great for a man who would willfully and of his malice nforethought, commit each an oiInsi an Mr. PaxJcn has and in (he name of (he Commonwealth we protest against allowing such a man torunat large, that of olHtruoting with a traction engine and thresher the streets of bis own beautiful town. True he was acquitted of the but it waedue entirely to (he match-lw- s eloquence of his attorney, Col. Hill, Walton, at his residence near Manchester, Va., Friday, of paralysis, aged nbout CO. Mr. Allen Cook died at his residence in Danville yeaterdry after a long illness. His funeral will be preached there to dav a. 3 o'clock and interment in Danville cemetery. Mr. W. C. Biiley, father of Dr. Sleele Bailey, died at the home of his daughter in Franklin county, Thursday, aged 77. He was a deacon in the branch of the Presbyterian church known nn the Seceders and lived an J died an exemplary christian. His remains were brought ,to his old home at The Kansas wheat crop will be21,000,-00- 0 bushels short of last year. Birditown Creamery has reduced the price of cream to 15 cents; Tayloreyille has Record. put the price to 13 cents. D, C. Terhune baught a number Buckling mule colts for from S15 to $70 accordDemocrat. burg ing to This county, which ia "sold" to the Lebanon Company by the Chicago builders of the Creamery at that point, is now experiencing the fact that the promise that was given the farmers of 23 cents per guagc for their cream will not hold good at this season of the year. The route agents made 2D cents a cut in the price some days ago to of June refuse to pay and since the 1st more than 15 cents. The result will be that their customers will not supply them at (his figure, and they will be compelled (o look elsewhere for (heir supplied. Danville Advocate. The Stanford Company is paying 20 cents. iualily.-Hesrrods- IN THE DEVILS LAKE, TURTLE MOUNTAIN, U&U And lYIouso Rlvor Country. NORTH RftDrQT.rlV.,,j,.7ntd MinneLands 0er at-- ,000,000 AcreiVJ of W. R.acre anu inupnaraa.w per the lew pnecol DAKOTA RhnLO 2fcai83 Jiti m iita N.au nal .Map anil lull particular mauca freetoanyaddressbyC H WARREN, (en'l Pan. Agent, M. Paul, Minn, and Mamtoia K. K., St. Pail, Minn, FREE m "CA tl HPSan pin mvent'om nnmlwr i.lmtratcd with ' II rrd.J fjrrav nsi. rbm publication, futnlhe ' I i, in i .o r it. J I. crl' I ay I E5TADtXpro'lH40 V9 Weekly nei-- 1 ct.vr ti icnea. liieihanici. en- and putenM 1 & I'l'f'H Pi'll nil 'valj.bon li rr n Jlil t nwTir.i' A niicarye.uj Trl.infj. cr, fco ,u . 'lho popularity of v ia null that it that t a'l ether papers of pri COnsnir. I)i;oui)t f'lrowrteaUrn. MUNNACO, ( ii Vf adu.y. f- - Y. l , i . r'i .t. In (ofinfo-niationwli- cir-c- it, if A XL wlT ww AND T Thv liTrWiA ATENTS. tna lVent i Mnnnr iiraiUcd Tn UNDERTAKER, Ypara' CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLNCOUNTT. The commencement exercises will take place at the college next Wednesday and alto at night. -- Miss Mollie, daughter ol O. W. King, who ha been qalle ill for some weeks, is again able to rids out. Oar public schcol trustee failed to and hae prepared u re t' n One lliinclrecl 1 lipU8-nn- cl patent in lho application Tuned btatea and foreign countrler. i .rn.. 'rr..ln.MarWa. ( nmritfUt. Aiiignment. and all other paper for Umttd States. Canada, l'ncland, 1 ranee, Germany and other (orelgn countrlea. prepared at fbort notice and oureanonable term". Information ai to obtalnlns patent cheerfully Riven without charge. .. e... Patent obtalnea! i..A.:...M tnroiiBli MunnAfo.ara noticed In the ScientlBo Auwriean" free. Tho adtantaua of uch notice, i elitindrtood by all penou who lh to dlpoo 0MAdJrVMeMUNN A Cp.. Office UcmnilU Aiufcuux, 3t.l Brctdy,.Nsiv ioik. Office--, beforu fr JOealei in Full autl complete DFra-iiitui-- e ! any prices you can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. AIiks a full assortment ol Collins, Cases, Shronds and Ilobcs, eiubmc-ln-e nil tho New Styles, both cheap and expensive. Ware roomg opposite Ht. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. orythliiR from the Clicapcfit to tho Finest Parlor Niiitca. Ha need to go to tho larj;e citleH to uiaho your pnrchaHCH, no matter what quantity or quality you mint, as I can nml will tlnpllcn(s9 UHHorimeiit ol' Furniture, embracing or v'arvwvw;TfcTmi ft j i J I . Julia did not know how much a he would (along, mama told papi last night that you miss Edward until going to school aie had a letter from I'nllip and thathe would The flue Impirtetl Norman stallion wilt make tho found him nbBcn'. She wandorcd about be hero authn picnic " iMBonoflSSlRt tlunsMo of J, M.Wray, at'TInk e aid Julia. "Yes," Cottsgo," l.'i tulles from aianfurJ, An Entertaining and Instructive So and wondered what could he the mattei, IN THtt GERMAN. "Well why don't you tell mama about ii? why had he not cotut? No ono knew rial Story, SEASON, AT $15 whom she asked and as the days passed you look as if you were in a dream " On J.'S to iNei-na Colt. V. Coleman, Jr., to TUe Certtnry.l, Charles TILOyiSVILLrl A NASHVILLE RJL$; "There is nothing to tell, Chatty, he said ii Blio stood upon tlio ivolijheJ floor, tmmm,,;.;immmrm0mgimmrmumm$ Written Expressly for the Interior Jour and no Edward she grew really anxious. najyqr. Rrsy. t"H lianJs high, weighs Cbamio lis Jrk HgUt, Airild tlio feel that he was coming a week before the pic- l,OOOiotiuJianl Ii a years ,U1 the autli of May blazing THE OREAT The thought that ho inittht be ill And nal. iicl slowly scanned the circlo o'er, In the nic but would remnln two or three weeks. next, lleliof flaeatrleaoJ action, coed neglected troubled her. That fcriu'il tlio datioo that nlglit. loins, well ttblwt anil largo blr. with auouKlen; liwl and nock well let on. He was "T urnmlor TcKni'j hommn nf Klwaril Sent his love to you." BY 1IIS3 MILDRED LSWIS, i, (J. W. HtuliMnnrlil.t Th wnltz they play'd was "Woman's "I don't want it," said Chatty sourly, Imported bybeptemtier II. lasi. Co., or Graham? ' paid Chatty one day, "ho hasn't 111., Love.'') We will also Hind at the aim place our tine She stool nnJ strofeexl Uor long whtto glova. been to school for more than a week. I "I've no use for it or him either." OIIAPTER X. young Jack, "Neither have I," said Julit, "hut wo wonder that you havn't sent him eome Tbo creamy silk her form eaross'd, A OinL'9 IIEAllT. A bunch of plumes liting o'er liar heart, I would if must treat him well for aunt Jant'd cake, "Areundtliee glows the purple light or youth, flowers or a note, I'm sure that Her bosom by soft laeu was prtmU, then, he's our cousin, you know." he had been my beau." At SIO for it l.lvlnurColl. listen Is a beau Her rich, rod lip apart. Aid trlcndt whoso look of anxious loTe hanils Ma k, 'L mpb, well yes I ought to, mama tlful1ST, andUljOf WestIiIkIi, wti foaled Nereiu'ier Chatty, I step pursue." Whlttier. They erery "He is not my beau either, linil. he by Warrior, hit Is 10, (The german was tbe dance that night) How hard It is to charjge our nature, wish wou would not talk in that way, I makes herself just ridiculous about him; Jam It Jim 1'urur, flrat dam Stioo Fly,by a MamOne high-Letl'- d shoo was just In sight. Jack. moth and Warrior that is for the best, the downward path is like him extremely, but not as a beau. Julia, if I tell you something will you ever l'Mtuie furnished at rcatotubl rales, but will Sho hell a favor in her band cot l reipumlMo for ncrtilrnta iho !! any oreur. to follow. You have only to But I'm glad you reminded me Jof it. I'll tell?" easy enough A dainty, parfumsd, painted thluj, ll'liMi' .t W.IKKFIKLI. Without Change and with Speed Unrlvalec A tiny hoart yet he would stand, "No, if you wish me not." lose itl( respect, and according to Dickens, write a note and you can get some ilowors won that prl, n king. 'Who yesterday evening as I came down "Well, put a man in certain conditions, surround and Sam will take it over. I am afraid SHORTEST AND QUICKEST. ROUTE (The waltz they played was "Woman's him with certain association?, and he will stairs I sw my bird out and wanted to fRull LuUlltUlKTJTlIX that he's Bick." Love." lose every grain of his self respect in about So Chatty gota pretty bouquet while Julia slip on it and catch it, I heard papa and How fast my throbblig pulss did morel This rln young iiddlottalllon I hare concluded fi7e week1. wroto a note asking why had he staid from mama talking on the porch no I didn't to leuerrea lluitteJ numhsrol mires at the low Men watched her there with eager eyes. price ot Upon her curl the light did shine; Why morals as well as apples have a school and when was he coming back, told mean to listen" as her sister looked at her net to I Thou with a look of sweet surprise tmrhli. TE3ST IDOIiXiA-IRtendency to downward gravitation, is a him that she and Chatty had missed him in some astonishment, "I heard them be Lltllt Hock, Monlgomtry, Atlanta, ravannab, Her groat gray oyes mot mine. expend Mcbllt, and Nw Orliant. question we leave to the wise ones who are greatly, how was his mother and when had fore I knew It. Mama told papa that Which money I will placing on hitIneducation after tba handiof him the season liofrr by (Tho German was the danca that night.) ps.tie.nt enough to go as far back as lather he heard from his brother, signed Chatty Philip was very rich and that she thought aotue R091I tauiiie oorto man, only tosteaiiy mm BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA She smiloJ her nila wondrous bright he ought to be iuvited to our house often, In hliKtltt. for he hai them naturally, I expect In rjcCajri Without Change, Adam, who it seems had the same littlo and Julia. to exhibit him at thePalra. UlltKdjals S yean She wared her hand ccquottLibly, "That is all right" said Chatty when the that she believed he was in love with you oMtbli bprlnir, dark bar or brown,lie15ji hanJt SHORT LINE TO THE fault for an answer. But one thing is And half inclined her head, high and a pertect model In lorm wai tired As in a tone part coy, part shy. morally certain, more men, raised in an note had been read. "I'm glad that you and would be a suitable match. Papa by one of the noted old Denmark fsmllr, rroaa L, ultrlllefn ralacaCtrSwIthSutctaErt. "Hero, take my heart," sho said. IIuMiie jnt grun'ed like he wasn't psyinz much bone-- , t On Time, litdata by one of theiirandMt atmosphere of honor and virtue, with edu- told him I missed him for I do very much, ererknowuln any country, Cabbk'i Old ?nd ihey Lexington. a batfti that hat taken moro premluuii (Tho waltz they play'd was 'Woman', line o( thu road will 10 1S'"nc'montTe cational advantage?, raised under the very and what is more if he's sick we'll take a Attention, then I luai'c a any known Love.") than Dj: min 1 y, mi int io tell mama, borae, and got more good liotui than therefor wt receive apeclai low ratta which dally pointed walk in that direction, Julia, and no tell- bushel S any horteman will tellrou at, pires of churches Ag.ati of Dili OmpfiT for ratei, roatas nor hand in mine lay like a dove. scolding thouM cot lei the itratnt ot thrt two famlllM Ac. cr write r. P. ATMORf . G, P. T. A. them upward to their God, hemmed in on ing where we'll stop," shaking her head she would never iet tbrotwh mn dawn. Hit 2d dam wat by Kaullner'a Young (I) I felt love in my pulsus start-S- he Loultvlllsi, K. what do you think of it Julia? ' AmerUj. Uncle I'eler (lentry tare he wat the belt every side by precept and example, more mysteriously, "only mind you don't shoes was my own for that brief spaco; that eter ttood In "Nothing; it isn't worth thinking of; breeder Taylor's Meaaenger. ltoylt county. Third Hor heart was beating 'gainst my heart, with features dis- mama's nerves by letting it out." Julia of thee die annually dam by UB1J T. HUFFMAN. Her breath play'ed o'er my face. Philip was a selfish, cruel bay and is just torted by the finger of dissoluteness and the nodded assent. I the si me as a man," said Julia, closing her (The German was tho dance that night) STANFOr.D. KY. stamp of a different vice on almost every The note brought quite (.nice little anOffltw-tto- uih etU Main titrttt, two doors abort Tho dawn broke slowly into light. line young Jack will alo make tbe teaton the Myert Hotel. and heavy, swer from Edward's mother, telling them hand fondly on the package in her pocket of Thlt at my ttahle, one mile from Stanford on one. Tne mouth coarsened 184 PurtNltroai Uztds Oat aiJislolittrsd whas TO BE CONTINUED IN OCR NEXT Has sho who gave forgotten quite? lb Huttoofllleplke, at the eye scheming, furtive, restless, afraid the reason of his absence from school, adI wear that heart my own above. (The German was the dines that nUht; to meet an honest gizs, the brow furrowed, ded that she would give him the note in 38 to Insuro a Living Colt. Tho waltz they play'd was "Woman's corrupted and lowering. Then an exam- the evening when he came from school, and DU. VT D. PENSr, Suburban Lav?, Stere Walker It a brown with white polntt, IS who originally came knew that he would be pleased that they ple or a saint dies, by good biDdt high, reart old NINETY-VIVHfANFOHD, KENTDCCT. ACHES LAND men lobe one I of the Qntat and tald Jarka In Jack toned THE DANDELION CRAZE. from the slums of vice It is a hard thing had remembered him. Chatty looked at lo iuburli of 8'aotord for sale. A part of old Hat acllont like a liorM, quick and ture Oraeon Lencnur itreel, rext door to lltlm place. To boM a a wboltor in parcels to If yen patronlie ut we will promlto not to detain a.xaLott r. Uic bouit troai S toli a.. in throw oft the ehackles of education and the note, rubbed her eyes, then looked ult purchasers. paatleulariapplr to lt'Oiums lUro l'robabllltiet for Ileal you locg on the Jaik'e account. M.and t toSp, m. AnithetIciaJialnlitrl whan or a. wki if. T. KOVIIESTEIl. circumstances and by mere force of will again. II t J. K. A' J. 11. M'.t It 11 IS. oeceaaary. Has n Mlaalon. H5Myr. It ;. 2MI Chicago Newa.. ris above them. "C yes, that is it, well upon Dandelion parties ai-- the prevailing crazo Julia Dirnleigh had been reared in the my life, what will happen next, I wondet? ! ODD ft MISSISSIPPI in New England towns just now. This is school where power and position look with Edward over there nursing that horrid old perhaps as harmless as any of tho crazos, and, as it opens raro posdbllities for real scorn on the working class, using them man; I'd as soon go naar a bsar, I woull Will tnake tbe teaton of li at my ttaMet.lW OPENB .TUNIS Int. Tht Direct Route to in ci south of lIuitonTlllo. on the lluitonrlllt & usofulnoss, we hopj it will spread to the merely as steps to their own greatness, a indeed; but it's just like Edward Graham. Taltbea'iih-zlTli- u Summer Retort will l unJtr Llbertr road. Aldallah tllenro It by Jo Kliuo, west The dandelion party is simply an 2:27, record 3.19. Jo Elmo ti the sort of necessary evil to be put up with What are you thinking of, child?" she said mr uiananutut tun fson, and ai It Ii eottrtlya No 350, trial3., record 2.23 assemblage of young ladies and gentleman D. C. tald for rettttett and returnlihed, I an promlie mjr patroi tire of I). C. who dig up dandelion plants with knives and endured at a great distance. She had to Julia who was looking across the fields comfort a i well at health. Hoard, ii per wrtk I.OoO the pail winter.) Kerlew rord 2H .13 and Mark Waktflekl. pacer, record 7 per meal, 50 cents. Vie of double collage, fl per and storo them in baskets. Of courso tbero never heud her father say that the in a musing way. week. Will hare a conTeyaccs al the depot to trial In 2.20. Jo l.lmo li by Ut Elmo, 7; (by Korthwtit ant oulawtu by tie way of is an inBnlty of protty littlo details. Tho Alexander'! AUlallah. 15) htbr Hyidykf'a Ilau- was thinking, Chatty, that at noon we meet pjiseDftn. "survival of the fittest" meant that the "I basket may show the good taste of tho bletonlan, No 10 Jo l'lmo't lit dam by Matnkrtos A. 1 SI'OOXAIIOIIK. Meumger, AUlallah (ilrnro't lit dam Millie 3 LOriSVILLEorCIXCIXXATI. young ladles or the depth of thsir papas' rich and treat only should possess the might take a walk over there and see what by Willie 0 , t'T Korelgncr, by Imp Oleaeo) 2d pursj. They may be deckoJ with gay rib- eirtb, he miy never have thought such a Edward is doing, but as you are bent on dam Kettle C by Cunningham'! Opper Hottoni l,t'bj Chaltaae- - tor Snw bons or trimmei with rich laces, or if a M iliiu MintMa Duncan, by luip. Iluaaard, ilhoi In a literal sense, but he acted like going and want to see Eiward, of course I linn aid Ctaaoaul wtkt oiighbreJ.) Willie !).' daw marllghl by Cheroyoung widow bo of the party we supple hor thin?, direct lonntetioa at ttw polett with the Light-nlo- g AM) LIJMIH.lt TAKD. kee, ky Imp. l'lanao ) Abdallah Uleaeo'a col U are Expr... B Ik Ohio A MliilMlppi fr 01 basket may bo sot off with mournin; goods. moat men in h;a position, he had always sbant allow you to go atone, I wouldn't be Bne and law and good morert, loth aaddle and Loult and all points Wett. AcTbo knives, of course, may range from tho been rich, his every enterprise prospered; doing my duty as a sister if I did." On top of tbe Knobt, ctote by J. Carter's Orccery tiarnM. I hare one of hlaeolta that truttoj 1,'iee r riBtt. 'rfrow LAutirii: common table knife to n perfect love of a he was happy and contented, .he couldn't cordingly they set out across the fields for More. circle at the rat el t is, tinted 10 PTniiro yardt on a XU oait to .it. Uu'i, tola two hMtt UuilooTllle, Ky without f.rO. M blade with golden handle rclieroi by diarilEELi:U, Viovftrtom. bandllax; UUeni. bar another that , Ii alwut any quicker than any other Use gttlogour pinisgert see why everybody else shouldn't be rich some distance until they ctme out on the FOOTE . I alto u !liot monds. For all kin Jt of general I.umVr hblnle-- . ,c , good. Here li a combination of the belt trotting golag foraiMliaal nnt cblw ef Mate la train Weit. But the inalu business of the party is to and happy if they tried, and if they wern't main road which led to Dr. Cligney's. la exlttence Abdallah (ilea-cuhliulldertandotbtrtian not find abetter market to and ruaolng ctmm training on little dig up dandelions, and herein lie the it was because they didn't try. He never Stephens opened her eyes very wide and tult themtelfet. Our mono It "Oool Material Ingt A hai but track In lloyle but troltMKy., Hutrb- a I ha- which cwiuty. I'ope't I'ojtottke addreit, Ilallt lor Beaionalle Katet,' of its usefulness. If a man hava at seemed to think it possible that the unsuc- curtesied low when she admitted them. byaay or H ten tecoudt tkw, In 2 15, (lit wel Hap. Ky. once a handsome daughter and a lawn overmonthi handling ) Mr Top taya he ihowl a iae going by way r Chicago "Mr. Eiward? Ob, yt, hfc'i in mister's run with dandelions ho is likely to oacour-ag- e cessful oae mar have tried with all his tiddle 2 10 gait frequently, lie li alio a bor and bit colli alwMt lurarlably ihiv aaJtl the young folks in tbii new crazs. If might and still failed, and tried again until room. Come in here," sne saw, leading TIIOIiXDALE quallttrt- feraona ulthlag to lrr, will ,o w.l his lawn be choked with thistles or mullelu hrrr-tinhad turned from them into a handsome, but damp room on weary and discouraged he to examine wt berto nnd volla stalks or "Jlmson'' weeds, it is all the sann, He li a Irfiutlftil tirun, I5W faan-l- i Vour yeart old, li rrgiittrid No HITS In tbe A.J. cltewbexw Alwayt uale- iOod Himself, thinking that He didn't cue. the other side of the hall. . since in all likelihood the young prsoas i.iun bui. n.i n C C. Iki.k. will serie com at .. lilt the ii ii.n. a, iir.i,.. SiOthr uiun ir i.iri. tiiV .; X R9t TilUO RXld SuTO Heaoit or tlliu.Aol But they were not seated before Edward Thorndaleid, Ah. Mr. Dirnleigh, you have to be edu Italwra 2U7, tho party know very little and core !. Con Imp . aaddtu much less what they dig up so long as it is cated differently to understand this. came. He had heard their voices and came Martin.IH: g d..s. UK Inglclde. It Julia lufltalde No. 11 Belty No. SIU Nora. play nnd not work. Imp.. i'j, tailala My; lrr Jlaron Mr. Darnleiah was a fahionable woman at Dr. Cligney's riqueat to take them into .5lii 2S; Victoria, Imp ,aTI; Lnulie, 1271. ,Lou lie WllhallLoeiat To tho farmer who wants hU potato-patc- h Imp V his room. hoed this crazo suggests an economical one of the kind of fasbionists who considIMf ti. t Altl'ETEIt. J. At IiiMirc, lbMc U 15', hanlt 8t Louis and Intermediife Poiati. I0 How glad the boy was to see them; he means, but ho must be careful to conceal his ered her motherhood disgraced if the butStanford. Ky, brown w'.tli lura r tHHa and a No I l.fre irr (lot real purpose; and it is not utterly Impossibla tons even on her children's gowns were a could hardly express his delight. After he i.aap-li- o No by the El. Campbell tack, he br KoMoauU Ferrlcx! XoOmiilhiiHTrHUfr by Imp. Mammoth that if our mayor would bestir himself in Before going to school or had blushed and stsmmered and told them te lor ac Idroti or ecapt, but fern t obsolete. Not 'epoml tho right direction he mlghtorganizi dande- month ma'ca tett with nie will b wrll carol fur on lion parties for the cleaning of our streots church sae surveyed with an exacting eye over and over how very glad he was to see ternn. ' I'.m lofiueetloaiatat In I'olaa E. N. VO WE 1,1.. ft. and alloy.'. with tralaiof liati glng U'ei t, NvrltwutUt, for J i iqJ every dettil of their dress, their "society them, he took them int) Dr. Cligney's I wIllcttliTer Ii to r guUrcuitowrrt In rWthw.t. tho dandelion craze come forward. It ana riciuiti tittj uior.irf at Ist manners" ran the same gauntlet. Those room. has a mission. wilts to the anJrili(.. Julia shook hands with the sick man, ONE CENT PER POUND graces of mind and heart, which alone l"r lull as I rellabU In form it Un In regarl lo man, kindly asking him how he felt. Zach Chandler's Complexion. of each iuoi,tb,or iceouLttdue at the dole Land, de. In tbe Weitera ftalet. Map.. Uhliaa make the manners truly pleasing, were (Ben: Perley Ponre. After a moment's stare Chatty htld out when cunouicr outti. The tlreoflrottert and roaditert and mora lanCT and Iow,ii tpial rate, lor Tlcketi tod HounliaU It. F. It A It now. atxl a n tiooda to all poiati Waal call a or id Kutern horaea than aoy other Each Cbundler's florid countenance, which neglecttd.or left to circumstances whatever her hand, "I'll have to shake hands with In Kentucky, will make the amuun of HU led strangers to believe that he indulged too they might be. This was the way in which it. lu-ri- l'. four rullea writ or Stanford, directly on tbe Knob PaiMDJtr Ag'l Ohio A Mllilnlprd lUllieiy, freoly in strong potations, was the resutt of Julia Dirnleigh was raised; "you cannot you, too, I guM, but you are a horrid old Lick pike, and will bieriullted toaerr martial a gas explosion the first evening nfter bs the extremely low price of Take her for fright to have so nice a nurse." 1 had removed into a new house In Djtroit gather figs from thistles." (ho SciiHoii or $.10 to IiiHiirc. "Heigh, ho! who have we here, said the Dressed Pine Flooring, Ceiling, ;WA.'P..H.,ii?,irri Att what she Weather $20 furnlibed at n per month. Due care will Inime liatoly uf tor the gas was turned on what she is, reader, and not Orata Clailonatl. Ohio and lit, the binell of escaping gas aroused might be Not a bad thistle, but with Dr. clasping Chatty'd small band, "the lit I taken to pretnil accidents or icip, but will Boards, Finishing Lumber, Green not te rripomlbleihould any occur. tbo family and the servants nnd search was dormant, but tie one eht how are you and what is your Lumber in the Rough, including Deacrlpllou and lVdlgre. Nobby la a Jet black made for the leak. Tlaodaugutsr, now Mrs. good, e7n noble qualities, name?" with alar In forehead and two whit feet, 16 handi Laths and Sbing'es. Halo, than a child, with a lighted candle dethere yet awhile; conventionalities, shams I Inch high, flnemano and tall, good, bony leg, KENTUCKY Dirnleigh," said Chatty stifily. "Miss tected it in a cloiet off the back parlor. hive not yet killed the germ. 'excellent thoulder. back - beautiful h'ad and For theconrenlineeof our cuttouira "In "Ah! Miss Dirnleigh how do you di?" lorJ and Tlclnlty we bar arrangxl wltu Stan- and loin In fid, faultiest in symmetry; and will Tho father, knowing the danger of an exfirn. Sae rsad in books of noble aims and nVrrs-cl- l on bit Tardiasataortbitnt guarantee there doctn i lite a ttaiuon poiieuel uly to keen plosion, hurried to tho closet with a servant, It. looking in a quizzical way. "iIIltCUrHHfi ltou(o.,t of our Lumber, where they can gt It at cheap at a better dlspoilthin, and tbetequalltlea be Inrarl-Mtool: tho caudle from tho daughter's hanis, deeds and a cord in her heart responded, Impart! to hit progeny. At an exldenc that "Well, how do you like rat?" said Chat- from ui direct. Howl! a!o mate eillmatei for hewilt protucercry of these books mid bhieldod her jurt in time to receive tho but ibesw nothing out side tut bortet when crone.1 oc Shortest and Quickest Ronte from Oeu any bills not on band., which we will flu on abort hit my tpeed-Kifull- - blast hlinelfV buruin uiarettt the fact tral Kentucky to all Points North, notice. hi Imd, nock at all like them and was fast beginning to ty, after standing the look a while. Jl ELVIS A3 It A Ky goo. coltt haTetiothlDg that tome of Wallice daw tot but a Mr Ll.y, and hands almost to a en p. Tun njie "Oh, moderate, moderate, not handsome East, West aud Southwest. retkiuiuend thru. Ttili of Iticlf li cumluilre rczud them as the tricks of authors and oars, eye, lip?, and lies'a of the fae-- wen o Fait Lin Iletwcaii preof that the tfel comet from tli lire. Nobhr but you'll do; you'll do!" ii the tire of Nobby. Jr., record la1,, told to W ompUtely burned thut old Zacu umbracaJ belonging only in books. She submitted to LEXINGTON A CINCINNATI so very beautiful yourself, I don't C. Klr, of Ohio, for J3.000. Oneof bia colts trot-te'You're tin opportunity and mumbled through Uii faahioa and manners and looked forward to Schedule Id Effect May 10, 1SW. laiticiion with itrf little handling In 1V. you can't admire any one else." blUtared lips: "Wring ou your cannibals, a Nobby wat tired by darrard Chief, the tire ot Itatll aud fine establishment as wonder that rid! hubind I'm cooked!' Such is ths history of a face Uuke,2 2S., Mimbrlno lllppr 2 32i, lted Crook r'u. t, I Ko. i ' Instead of being angry Dr. Cligney was 2M'-i- ; the price o' her beauty, and simplv a milHill Arp2 3i; Oarrard Chiefly Mambrlao only saved by tho nicest skill of surgery. OrrostTK vastly amused at the quaint little girl, and t'.x. Sun.j Dally Clilet, tlreofLady Thorn. 'i 18k; Wool ford Maw- Hi. Hun. ter ot counte urino iii'i.ana terrraiothert in lie z go lift; lit Calmly anil Confidently. But among Mr. DardleighV other little they sparred and laughed at each other DANVILLE. - - - KENTUCKY. lam br Fiank;M dam by Aritat, Ildau by llaui- - Lre. Cor ngton .. S 10 a rcj 8 16 p m J oo p m ISan FrancUco C'hroulclu J i 'ttonian, ,0 ?s m I" si pic 5 ;u a A..r' . "! tin oaniby mumeur, ouor a uan his while Julia and Eiward talked in tbe re Meali are atrred at all hou a H 13 p mll l pn, fin p u flame elwara nt thnrouglilireit nine, taldK.lw by Imp Tranby Wbn Bishop was playing in Texas, at ono peculiarity ws his great desire for and cei-- of a window. hind an! In Ittaeaion, oytten frrah hill, a nd lm. I'irtlnit with mareathall forfeit tbeloiurance In daughters to be thoroughly taught place ho visited ho found a littlj bor in tho Vle' J!," ' p " M a m 10 2 n ta S .5 p m (', ,. t'llOW, liar uencaoiet irre. in all atylei and in thnrt all caiet. They had a great deal to tay to one ;,'5cbM,."liMcolllce. Ho was tho son of tho proprietor f' ItlchMond r- I'HpmllWru I" m notice. ome how he had the notion that theeaftst Lookout for the alcn WiHlblne H..t.i. Mtaiifiid. Cy, .. . 2 W .ia. ............. 7 I wlilaltottand a IINl". YOUNU JACK thai 01 we luoatro, duc uo was so very small ani Jin a He had a ccuple of lettern nhich rant'' and call wheu you art hungry. " Uncsiinr w, WM t0 Qj them to h male school and llOpm will be leriultted toaerre young that ho attractoJ tho comedian's atfi SO pu F. W. JIASOMIEIJIEIt A "., tuluaure. 'Ihla Jack lll a fewgood marrt at flO uowianl yeartoldthe 7th ol along like the boyp, h he gave her with permission to take home have them pu'hed lS lie wat tired Lre, Hlcnniokd.. J us p m Danrllle k'r September, lifully 15 hand, high, tentioti. "IIllo, sonny," said Bishop, "aro you In crammin, forcing syctem was what he with her nnd read at her leisure. In n 3 SO p in by the Jack thlt wai told .r W. U Caldwell for Atr. IWrea. ..... 1 no i in I.IOJ nd wai taken to California He li a hall JUlnitrin. chafjjooftho boxofllcof wAuteJ, and overruling hi3 wife' e.bjec lull in the cenversition the Dx'a voice whm I rothcr ol the 1,100 psunU j.ick ownl liy Mr. Pey- "Yds." A5, Z, J tn- -t J., cE ! heard saying: ion i.iuoree. i NoBnt-Bou.t1 1 Kfl I ila tw No. II "Don't you think you'ro too Ilttls to run tiouH he (ent them. Here Julia No 1 No. 1 "But I'm not half so bid as you think; ward ami witn the knowledge of him came thh thing!" Lli- "That's all right This tulng'll run all a new desire, a wish to be something belter I gave Smith the rent on my mill for a Lre. I.lTlngitonM JNlK " lterea right." 10 re a iu l H year, because he wasn't able to pay. J' Ul and nobler thin she was. Arr. Klctimonl " II 111 tal "Well, but . "I wish I wasn't myelf, but I am, what building a house for the widow Smith), THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Lre. UowIarwf.T , T IS a M' "Don't you get scared. I can ruu this " Lanraiter ... S 04 a m you bt" myself better. I never and- -" can I do to make Arr. Itlchmoiul... Ill 00 aw And the I.ouIjtIIIp And be took out a rjvolvor as big as liim-co'You're a Jear old soul," cried Chatty, dui .in unse'.dsb, cenerous act in my life." n 01 a ta l 2 p ,,, .. .. ' ' fl",.,on'1 aud laid it calmly ana conlidsntly on acted very naughty; if you wan. Arr. 5 Incheiter... .1 7 03 a m .' 25 a iu Courier-.Journ- al She didn'f koow how much she was al "and I've tbo counter benido him. 8 03 a m a IS a m '.'.' Atr 1'arlt kiss you, I believe " rejiiv doite corrcciing her own heart. The such a fright I'd Lre. Lexington ..... . 2J a w, i so p in 2 no pui Oae ywir for only 8rj two p'pert for little llellov.-"You have no idea what a good man he Tlielr I'uan. Ltb I'arlt more thnu the prkeof one Hhacje whicahad heretofore clothed poverty lUpiu l jj Z IKxclllWMH.) Ani?j.'iiigg"-.-jm?jaLn.g p is, Julia," said Eiward, "he seems to be ! wa fist dr jpp'.ng away, but not yet entire A ship was wrockeJ, years ago, on tho Ily payliU "1 ti y w"l reci tre for ono yor always watching for an opportunity to help MWSMVVK HIM INCH. Snwox coast of England. All tho crow your home per with tho ly gone. the rcproisnMtiTe newipapcr oi tne aoutn, aemocrai, except four fallow, who were cast on "Tne? are worthy of my horor, some of and be kind to some one. He told me the Ic and for n tarln" for revenue only, aud the bctt ta. si, To-- 7i the rock's. But as tho tile wai rising rapidly them anyway, I am eure Edwsrc'- - people other day that he felt that his life had been brightest ami auiett lamiiy weekly in tu UnlteJ Dally ' they feared it would soon cover the rocks 'J bote who drtlre to examine a aampls htatcs. Cx. bun, Cx. Ouc, wasted." : ' copy of the Courier-Journran do to at thlt office and that their efeoaiw from death would bo Wheu the girl rote to go Chatty gave Lto CoTlngtnn.. There ws some other motive stirrinu it 2 00 pro impusjiblj. " Lexington 7 S3 a I M p iu and prompting her on, fine was the Dr. a I of advice, for which he Suddenly, one of tho nailers saw a littlo her heart " I'arlt... 8 :o a in S 25 p nj -qi Twejift'sV . Atr Mayirllle, plant growing on tho rocks, and examining in love, for the fiM time in her life, with thanked her ih a ferioua face, insisted 10 40 n m 7 SO P m it more minutely, found It to bo samphire. Henry Graham. that thev should vifit him again, then "TToTJT No. in Ho happened to know that that plant never IMIly Dally improbable for bidding him nnd Stephens good bye they Don't say it's absurd and grows under wator, and was, therefore, able Ex, Sun, Ex. tua by Eiward an far u uijui-- his companions of tho.'r safety. a girl to be is love with a person whom she started off accomi-iuieLto Maytrllle-- , 5 (H id t Oi) p m hs to be a picnic Arr Iorlt S 10 a m X Uptn never saw, if you say that you don't know as the gate. There E. H. BURNSIDE, " Lexington., Death Hato In India. 9 10am o 10 p m " (Mrlngton how many improbable things a girl is ca given by the male school to which the pub 1) 8.1a w r, on DM ICIilcago Herald.) - Known The 3verago strength of tbo European pihleof. ftfco had heard all about him Ho were invited. It was to be held in tbe Well This Old I aro daily between troops in India in 1SSJ was 53,523, among froEi Hotol Still Maintains itn tlieater Lexington and CoTlngton; other wn. Elwsrd, and he had told it as only woods not very far from town, in just time l i whom tuj death rote was but 10.8 per l.OOJ. aroilally rxcept Sunday. jSTbo'uis. that day on the first of Juno he could who so loved and admired him. weeks from High Train No runt xla Lextugton and The nativo urmy showed an averago rotvlaWlnclietterantRirli. AND "Henry will be home in that time, I'll itir5V,ltcf m's,. w"u death rato of He had shown Julia his picture and on I'lrcet cijnn ctlrumre In The most fatal diseases for the Indian her expressing a wish for it had given it lo write to him to keep him in mind," said nerer th conipiliit ciicernlii ournocooks, which Its Proprietor it Determined that Chetawake A (Hiln for madoat U'lncUo'terwlth Mi m.,ii..,. . 7ii. by, but on iceun lo at ihe ),ars troops mrs those of the respiratory organs. the i ontrury teem, to .well In Toluiue, wo woider it Shall be riocond to no Country Huntfogtor, Clarlettoo, ; Va , an I Eastern her, every letter written to his mother and Edward. It hat not occurred io maiiy of Iboii who And the Hotol in tho State in its Fare, "Oh how vey nice," cried C'natty, but compiiilnt tiLarl,Whl tint i'-- f baro oneway ol Littlo Tommy' Surprise. wlf was brought for her to rend, this all Appointments, or Attenremedy!' ; iiu'tnrt r.Kood deal in his own hands. ' Jud Lnfagan.l W.n'SSK An aC'lve half hour ihuo iuu.h a day with a Julia was so busy fitting on her glovo that done in strict secrecy between them. 'lf,,C,na0aJ' V tion to Comfort of ltwttslittlu Tommy's first visit to tho Lsavlng Eiward at "Home 'ouif.iri'' tVinnght Iron Ccokinj Itango In their Gueiti. Through tlcketa and bajrgago Where were your eyes Edward that you she made no answer. tho kitchen linll tbnt It rtqulrrd to prepare the country. When they alighted from th? cu"Kea ,0 "T rracbej mint tutnlantlal Ulojl without I'ntlt'cio. train nt Squeohr's junction his father said could not see, and only thought she loved the cate tho girls went on their way, stop celebratfd lunges are told only from wagonTLi Dsgojage wlllba cjnrejed to aad from the de dettlnatlonjU7J.Br., by ralfroail.WHITTLESEY, a. r u, W. II, by to him: "U ell, my son, wo ore now in tho and admired him as you die? Simple ping every few steps to wave to Edward our authorize-- taleitutu now making beadqutr-t- . ratjonger Agent, free of charge. Special accommodations lass. Agent, country; how do you like It!" "(j, its very ra at Somenet. Youn truly. Sr!iVton KJ ailngton, Kr to commercial i rTtir. me narwiii C. W. you believe that until out of Bight. nice, .rpa," said Tommy, ns he looked hearted Edward, did WROUGHT IUON UANGE CO.. H. W. FULLKU always aapplled wllb th' choicest I fJereral Msrsger, Bt. Loulf, Mo. Uea. I'ms ,'Agt around", 'but whore are all tho houses!" brandsofLlaoorund Clg ,rs. "Jullf," said Coatiy, as they walked Semi-88t chin ntcrioroumal THE BROTHERS. CHAIHPO ! Till: , MS SI 's Through Trunk Line illoom-iBstui- 3SOS370aT2 GILT EDGE! S SOUTH & WEST kW is svoll-poise- EAT nie i STEVE WALKER HUI10J30N UI2NTIHT, j Landjor Sale ! HI.t'E-OI'.ASS E ktn-luck- y. STmCI Tontlit. Iirt-riorJ- Cso-fuln- ti o' nt, e HALE'S WELL, Abdallali 1 Glonco 1. 1 St. Louis & tho West 22-s- "St. Mary's Mills" MTrniiie i d pojsi-bilit- y I to l2HoursOuicker;'nin? Arit-cta- ti BOY! - O. &M. com-poiin- g p est.: . neotions ICE! ICE! IOEI! I'J-- tf !(, Ant-clat- ttal-lio- lrt LUMBER j?.t was , LB. I. at-h- !', ,l Masoiiheimcr's Restfturnnt Coi'aT-Uoi'SK tfOCTU-BoC.X- s -- - 4 ItiiJiii If' ftfcKANGE " .fi ! iw-- ill - busi-iium- lrf feBJMUmi ,1 I CjJraiul Coiaibination . lf Weekly Illliu per-ihb- oJ Courier-Journa- l, W vrnTrV" at NOUTII-GOI'M- A ; MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. Propr and Roputation, HOUTll-riOt"- NoEK.-Tralnt- aand 1 .. ,a.3" l3 n1 i pot-aibl- i, J3-l-