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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885061901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ? II(M VOL. XIV. rna fv j. t. itifefiiif loitftmL STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1885. I5SMKXSE SIOCK OF- - NO. 31 wsMsuat I Pttbltahetl Tttnmltiva ftU.OO Whan paid strictly ntI Frlilav i'Jflll ANNUM In adrante. K we harp to wait any limn, S2.no will be chanted. W. P. WALTON. "Hut ma," said the irrepr&wlblo girl a and regretfully from the table, "you never told us that we were to Philip, at least you never told me, tian how can you call it rebellion and ilia- obedienct? I am euro I never meant to bo disobedient," oanting n longing look at the table, "and it isn't nice in you ma, it hn't really, to eat all the birds and toast your- she rope slowly ' "e"'" "You necJn'l go," aaid Mrs. Dirnleigh, who seemed to have reconsidered, 6 shall certainly tell your father when he ' An Entortaining and Instructive Se"That is all right, papa wont care," thought Chatty, telegraphing n merry look rial Story, to Jim who no longer able to hide hi Written Expressly for the Interior Jour- ivories, snatched the biscuit plate and hut- ried to the kitchen. nal. el,?" But an observer would have been aur "I don't know," naid Pnilip, who wan by BY MIB8 MILDUED LEWIS. prlnd at Mrs Dirnleigh To Chatty, who this time heartily tireJ of his friend's had given great caime for cflensr, she wan tirade. 'Do you know any one in Covinu--amiability itsel', but with Julia she aeemr.l ton?" CilAI'TKItXIII. Philip Wmlworth rjt a night of mortally oflended, and by a chilliness of "Plenty of them." scheming, lie wan angrr, bulled, jealom manner and pointedly nddresning her words "A Mins Castle? I've a message for her." To najr that he lovid Julia would uot be aod attention toCbatty, excluded her from "Irene Castle? Yes of course I know true, bo was utterly incapable of loring the convernation. her; visited Fannie Carter, at home, last any one but hluitolf, but he had et hid spring." CIIAITEKXIV. mind, rather than hi affection on htr. "I wish you would favor me with her ad Tho Mis Castle referred to by Philip In She wan rich and he could not hare too a conversation with drew," said Philip, throwing a card on Mr. Chatty was a reality; a much of that to indulge h! luxuriou tiny souled reality, who had delicate tinted DinRiilej'a knee. taatea. She waa beautiful and he admired clipping the address thun easily obtained akin, a delicate face, a very delicato hand beauty. She was finely educated and ac- displayed to advantage on a guitar, and ,nt0 " Pcket, he and Mr. Uingnley talked complished, in ahort was jual the woman to accompanied by n voice away the dintance to which split delicate snd adorn the home he intendtd to hare and Prted. Philip went im- waalfiB Ut .iT.rl.,1 toD' where " to be introduced to hi friend. ITer moth- by Misa Cintle. She had d wrote a note ask visited the sweet- - fledltelr ! . i If J er a well a hit own aanctioned the match, heart of Mr. Krupp, inn n.,taatA ,iu m11 6 ,'iuiiiuu a it oii auu the same lady who had her father a creed to it prorlded Julia de- been the Innocent cause of Henry's trouble o'clock, saying he wished to see her on paral red it, nothing but her foolith whim stood ticular business, inclosed Mr. D.ngnley's with the renlorr. in the way and that must and should be card and sent it to her without delay. And here it may be necessary to say to remored. The answer came siying that Mlsn Castle save that young man's repute, that he nevThat a young man ai por a a church er repeated the experience of the would be delighted, and the time appoint"East mouie and with no family to homt of should room" and ever afterwards foreswore even ed found Philip sitting with bent brows, be a riral to the high bred con of General cake and lemonade. He applied himself studying a plain freed girl on opposite eofa. Wentworth waa not to be thought of. Hi to his studies with renewed zeal and by his "We did not get acquainted while you hauchty pride would hare made his: orer-loo- k progrenj surprised the presidents into loud were in Lexington, Miss Castle," Philip Henry aa he would a worm, had not approbations, and they told him that one aM7lnir, "but I feel that I know you hi keen onae tolJ him that thin would more term would turn him out a finished TerT we,1i for " 'hat, and am acquainted not avail, Henry waa not to b uffrWkn!, l,e knowledge of which He was n wiln " ,il,Ie ornament to the institution. for in apite of wealth, petition, ii.tlu6e.ee, general favorite with the seniors who in-- 1 brought me here, but I scarcely know just ' intellect ia aupreme, and will gain it' way tiled him to their homes and a share of ,l0W ,0 Pn ,hl conversation with you." where the other will not avail. Philip all their pleasures. Mr. Krupp and him- - JdtJ I'hlllp with a little uneay laugh, knew thin and that he mutt atoop to active self were eipecially warm friends. Mr. To have seen his face then waa enough measure if he conquered. Mind you he Krupp introduced him to Minn Carter, his to ptrVany one on his guard, the fox face didn't think it atoop nc o do a mean, sweetheart, who Invited him to visit her which would be a lamb's if possible and Henry thing, bui " rrocgn't often, which he did in Mr. KruppV com- - was making such a miserable failure, the f brine fought waa aa a rival, worthy knowledge of something on which his deli pany. atooping He packed a jlir before he The evenings spent here were always cacy constrained silence, but on which duty alept and wrote a note to Mrr. Dirnleigh pleanant, Miss Caatle's presence count directed an opposite course, explaining that he bad suddenly been called but little with Henry, but he was fond Miss Castle not knowing juat what wan ed home on builneM which would probably of music and both of the young la- - required of htr took refuge in a sigh and detain him two or three days, at the end of dies played and Minn Cuter sang some old said "Y e ?" in that interrogative way laid time he would return. Then he went which expects something ele. ballads with fine i fleet softly down stairs, let himself out and It wan on a knowledge of these few vin "Ahem, Miss Cintle, I'm a misunder-it- s made hla way to Sam's quartern. that Philip grounded his assert ion of an stood fellow, people think me indiflerent "Hello in there!" he called, tapping the between Henry and Miss Cas- - and selfish, when on the contrary you nev-ti- e door with the toe of hi patent leather boot. engagement and 'twas in furtherance of this hastily er knew a man of more feeling, but I find After a little tumbling around inside the so little congeniality In my sentiments, so he left Mr. Dim door waa opened about an inch and one of conceived scheme that leighV He did not stop at Lexington as few people are really generou', that I sup-h- e Sam V hite eyu appeared. had led Mis Darnleigh to infer, but press and am half ashamed of my feelings, "Is that you, Mr. Philip?" he aaid, openwhen he entered the train had a ticket to but I heard that you were a young lady of ing the door wider, "what on erf is wanted Covington sticking in bin bat band. He grett heart as well an mind and I have a din time o' nigh'" hope that you will be able to understand "I want the carriage at five, promptly, lolled on a crimson velvet eeat, his feet on the seat opposite, the window thrown up to and appreciate my motives in coming here morning to take me to the train, I'll be as brief and spare your admit the morning air, n cigar in his ' don't forget, now " mouth, the paper in lun hands, bis unnd . leeiings ss mucn as possible, lou had a "Yer don't want the bays at that heafull of schemes. Suddenly a heavy hand friend, a gentleman, who wan greatly at thenish time uolndy'Il ree cm." was laid on his shoulder and a hearty voice tached to you by the name of Graham?" " 'No, idiot, the buggy and Gyp called out: Although he had been as gentle an pos' Ob! yer rhould ha aaid the buggy, sab. "Hello Wentvrorth! where in the name of sible Miss Castle gave a faint shriek, went All right, sah, they'll be ready." all that in marvelous did you come from thiough all the stages of an easy faint, wag The next morning the family met for and where are you going? I thought you revived sufficiently by a glass of water and in Mra their nine o'clock breakfast, that were in Cincinnati!" and the cheerful face many epithets from the exasperated Philip, Dirnleigh and the girla, Mr Darnleigh of Mr. Dingsley, framol in by a smoking to resume an upright position, cover her breakfasted at eight and went up town to cap, presented itself, face with a bit of handkerchief and bid him hi buiineH. "You didn't think me silly enough to be to go on, to tell her everything, under no "Where in Philip?" anked Mr. Dirnleigh, aaahe took her neat behind the ahin-in- g in the city at this time of the year, did consideration to regard her feelings at all you4" said Pniltp, shaking hands with his for they were of no consequence whatever coffee urn gone minny!"satd the white apron friend and moving his feet to make room and begging him to tell the worst and be "He'n for him on the seat opposite. very explicit, she dived behind her hand ed mulatto boy. "Covingtcn," said Mr. Dingsley, glancing kerchief deeper thnti ever. "Gone.?" echoed Mm. Dirnleigh, drop"There'ri nothing bad to tell, that is not ping the white jeweled hand she had placed at PnilipV hat bind, "for what?" "On business," very bad. Plague take the girl in she gocall bell on the "That's a fine view there," said Mr. ing to mako a regular simpleton of hersell?" "That is whit he mid, mi, and I'm aure Dingsley, pointing from the window, "do he thought as he leaned against the mantle there's nothing n'tnwfiil in tha; in body piece and looked down on her with a frown. wants him here but you; fjr my own part you like the country, Wentwotth?" "No " "Well," came from behind the handkerI wish ho would go and stay." "You will admit it has beauties ind chief. "There' a note up stalrn which he said sources for enjoyment not found in town, "Well," echoed Philip, "I might as well waa for you mieiy when you asked " plenty of flowers for instance and a good go back, I can't expect any help from you "G a bring it then mid stop your apple orchard are not out of place, trout I see, although it would advantage you said the lady severely. making a mighty streams too, el?" greatly if I could." "Yen urn!'' raid Jim, "I don't like it," said Philip, "I can get The handkeichief was removed and the effort to straighten out bin physiognomy. all the flowers and fruit I want by going girl looked at Philip with aebrewdnesn and ' Chatty," said Mrs. Dirnleigh angrily, when the boy had left the room," I ahall round the corner, and I never saw the fun hardness of expression which he had not certaioly puniah you if you don't atop talk-in- g of sitting on u bank all day Blaring at a thought her capable. "In he married?" in that way before the servants, you glassy sheet of water until my eyes ached face blistered, then going to bed "No." are not content with expresiing your own and my "Going to be?" silly views, but must speak ai if Julia wan with a cold in my head! No thank you; "Not If I can prevent it, which I can if and wicked enough to have any but the country is well enough for poets to. sing foolish to supply the vegetable markets. y0u will help me." the highent love and respect for her aunt about and "Of courso I will. Who in she?" and cousin. I'm very much oflended with I'm n social being myself, give me my chimneys, the roar and bustle ly, indeed!" you, very much j Philip's brow cleared, he sat down near "Now ma, what did I nay against aunt and life of town." grain of sentiment in her. "Ah! that is it, you'll do now. No "You havn't Jane? 8he's good enough as far as I know, foolishnesa when one wants to do you a and I like her very well when aho letn me your aoui, wentwortn." "I am glad of It, eentlment is like a wart g00tj turn." an for Philip ho is a conceited alone, but He then told her in as few words as pos humbug and I think it and don't care who on a man's nose, lie is ashame.1 of it, but know it!" cried Chatty, her face Hushing tries to think it besoming, carries it al sible nbout Julia and Henry, throwing in waya wun mm anu never nas any use for peyeral of his own surmises and enlarging with anger. "You don't uphold her in those views, it Give me the real in life, none of your fnra Whnn h AnUhiA MIu 0.iili.ii9k..i "What enn I dc? What do you want of do you Julia?" asked Mr. Dirnleigh, turn- fancies. If I had lived in the eg a of ing to her oldest daughter, who had pat si- mists and shadows I would have been burn-- , nit?' "Only to write her a letter which I will lent, hor eyes bent on her plate during the ed for my skepticism, for I never would, dictate. SQeV a girl of strict honor xnd whole interview, hlio raieed them quietly havu tolerated all their f lolery." "Well,"nid .Mr. D.iunley, laughing, "I would have nothing whatever to do with now to her mother'a. "No ma, not exactly, but I think as little enjoy tho country in summer in the same him if aho could be umde to think any I do fiou cigar or the I it opera; U'h er woman had a prior claim ou him I can of Philip aa aho doe?, or nlmoat." "Leave the table this moment, both of something new and umkeH a fellow dream trust her to keep your secret." yen! I'll not have nuch disobedience and and think. I bUh)h get acquainted with; It was ten o'clock when Pnilip rose to myself during a quiet stay in the country; R0. "We undtrsland each other," he said rebellion in my family " never have time till then; make a bushel of at puling, "hereafter we are strangers, "Hut good resolutions which I forget as noon us Julia must not suspect that I have any "Do na I tell you, Chatty." ' e. ' ' ' l THE BROTHERS. "but I spire, and break overy one before twenty-fou- r houra spent in town. I Hay, Wentwortn, I lieve n fellow could be n tolerable christian in the country, it's out of the question in town. I said the other day that I wouldn't dilnk but once n day; as I wan pasnlngn siloon I looked at tho house on the opposite sldo of the street and was nearly by when Thompson called to me to take n drink with him and of courso I did and have been taking the usual number ever eince. Man is n creature of circum-comstances; show me a man'ii surroundings and I'll tell you what kind of a man he is or or will he. Of coure the will in free, but sometimes I've half a notion to side with Hobbi and nay It's controlled by motives court-hous- e be-lo- I get in sight of the "ke.l rn "'l tn 1 une-uai- J ft, hand in the mattor, or that I have even been here; be sure and send tho letter in the oourneof a week." He wect :back to Ljxingtnn the next day, Htued over night, then returned to Dinville. HafounJhis aunt alone, Mr. Dirnleigh wan at his store, the girls were out for a ride; she welcomed him warmly. "I was afraid that your business would Keep you from u, it is a great pleasure to haye you here Philip; I've no son of my own and you seem almost to fill the place of one," said the good lady innocently. "I wish that I could be your eon," said Philip laughing. The lady was pleased, bat intensely mystified. "You know of ciurse, aunt, that I'm in love with Jul!, I've not tried to conceal ,1. "Nonsen-e- , ' said the Udy, t ppior him playfully with her fan. She in your coue-I- n, jcur foolish bov, you don', know what you are talking about." "Yes I do. I've wanted to speak to you ou the subject before; with your and uncli'a consent I'll speak to Julia." "Well," said Mrs. Dirnleigh thoughtfully "we shall have to give her up fometime I supoee and I would rather give her to you than any one else Is it not sad that we have to lone our children, all the tender ties and memories of babyhood and childhood and girlhood broken at last by their marrying, and leaving us. Sad, too sad." Philip who had been perfectly awake to all the schemss of his aunt to bring about this very proposal was too disgusted to make answer' but" continued the lady, "I will gain such a dear son that I'm sure it's weakness in me to give way to these foolish tears." Philip thanked her, but was not overpowered by either her affectionate assurances or the tear or two which the thought of losing Julia had provoked. So he excused himself and went up to his room to get rid of some of his dunt. "I'll not consult my lovely and affectionate aunt about Graham until I see the effect of that letter on Julia " Jim brushel his clothes and laid out his embroidered slippers. "Who's been h(r in my absenc?" asked Philip deeply engaged with his collar button. "Lots of folks." "That young Graham?" "Bofe of the yoUDg Mister Grahams said Jim brustiin; a coat very hard. "I'mph, what did aunt say?" "I never heard her say nuffin, mister said that they wan promisin' vounj gem-ma- n " "Get ms a flower," said Padip shortlv, "not tuberoe', I don't wmt to be remind ed of a funeral all evening; something wih very little perfume '' to be continued in ouk next The ruin wrought by earthquakes in Cashmere turns out to be even greater than reported. Two towns are destroyed, with a los of four hundred lives, and neighboring villages have had their share of calamities. AP.K YOU MADE MISEttABLE by InJIgcs Hod, Constipation, Dlzilncsi, Loss of Appetite Yellow Skin BMloh's Yltallzer Is a poaltlTV WAlilr TKIJUMED AXD- - READY FOR THE WALL! -- AT- M'EOBEETS & STAGG-'S- . ALL I'ltlCEN A.D STYLES. 'Qwatjlk MfMMimw PHARMACISTS, -- DKALBaS IK- - Druns. Bonks. 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REMINGTON AGRICULTURAL CO., ' . II.IOS. N. Y. jU Nesr York Office, 118 Chambers) Hues.' Joixje DcnnAtt decides that Prof. 5ti-Scek!unterioranrtraI C. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Lancaster. Miss Paulina East, a sister of Mr. Cal- Tho Long Lost vin East, of this county, died Saturday. Jane 19, 1885 Stanford, Ky., Up. Mr. Jas. E. Murdock is advertised to give a selection of his readings at the City Villi Trying a Hand at Organ Repairw. P. WALTON. Hall on Tuesday evening, June 23J. ing. is almost impossible to Dealers eay H keep a stock of Blue Lick water since the The appointment of Mr, James B. ALWAYS l'RAIKI.NU THE I.OHO. temperance question has been so much agDblarw to be poftmaeter at Dinyille was itated. "Blue Lick" is substituted for tmade on Monday and telegraphed us at "PnosrECT Point," Landouh, N. India, "red licker," as it were. once but the meuage must have tarried May 12th, 1S85. One of the prisoners confined in our Ditto refers to Brother Marrs as editor longtlio line for congratulations as it took Deai; Inteiuoii: "Times and seasons" bed tick last nixttca home to reach this ofii:e from the of the Danville Tribune, but then the new county jail set fire to his straw have changed with other things, since we postmaster can afford to have this little bit- Monday evening and caused an alarm of were in India 2t years agone, Here wo titna it vr an sent. In common with all his being brought out. Duswwppsper friends wo are delighted to pee ter drug in his full cup of happiness. Dit-t- oe fire and tbe engine have had "the rains" setting in, in May, a ring a few singed eye brows among the misdeeerves a drubbing for so mean a thing unheard of in "my time." Then the k .honorable, competent and deserving one boys confined no damage resulted. ol our number recogntzid and in a meas- take, however. "rainy season" was a thing apart decoCONSISTING OK- Dr. Tracy still draws large audiences ure remunerated for a life of devotion to failed to get the Collec-torshi- p each morning and evening at his temper- rously beginning with unfailing regularity, Jim Blackburn mud work for the principle) of the demo latein June and somewhere in the limits but his family and friends are be continues pirtr. Tte appointment honors ing provided for all the same. Gen. Rob- ance lectures, and the interest 500 have of the 25th to the 2Sth. So that no one ulikutho Provident and Gov. McCrearj inson has appointed his son deputy collec- growing at each service. About dreamed of "getting a ducking" out of sea writing. Afad both deeerve the plaudits of the tor at Frankfort. There are always wheels Bigned the pledge up to this son any more than during the seaon they ter the lecture Wednesday evening, the Lages, Dinvillians we know will eay within wheels. people. expected a "dry spell." But here we seem dies Christian Temperance Union spread a tbat it wai the very best that could have to have "(he rains" noon us in good earnest. JnguiirJWngons, NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. tempting array of refreshments on tho stage Itoiul been made. For the past week it has been either showwhich were generally partaken of at 25 ctr. Ac. Judge Stallo, of Cincinnati, has been ering or pouring almost continuously. I Tub democratic nominee for le elecper head. The proceeds amounted to $10, am astonished. tion to the Legislature from Fayette coun- appointed Minister to Italy. will be ueed in the cause. Ten persons were sun struck in New which Our baggage has at last arrived. It has ty, Hon. V. P. Kimball, has withdrawn A lodge of the Sons of Temperance been on the road from March 17th to May Trom the race to accept a position under York Tuesday, two of whom died. has been organized here and officers elected Gen. Grant and family have gone to Gth, and we haye been vegetating on tho Gan. Robinson iu the revenue department. as follows: Worthy Patriarch, Prof. Irvine; Mt. McGregor, a summer resort in the contents of two small ship-cabitrunks 3Ir. Kimball is the young man who changWorthy Associate, Miss Jennie Duncan; that we brought with us from Bombay, hav- These Goods are all Strictly First-Olas- s, time from Sen Adirondacks. ed hu vote at a suppicious from the Best Recording Scribe, J. C. Hemphill; AssistTwelve thousand persons left Madrid ing no other thought but that our baggage ator AVilluma to Blackburn and although ant Recording Scribe, Louis Landram Manufactories, week, in consequence of would be waiting for us at the journey's he aad his friends hare denied that there durinz toe pait Financial Scribe, R. R West; Treasurer, the cholera scare. Well! we hailed the cavalterminus. was any crookedness in the matter, there Mm. John il. Woodcock; Chaplain, Chas. Gov. Knott has pardoned the forger, cade of coolies, 33 in number, that came many people who wont believe it. It are Reid; Conductor, E. K. Higgins; Assistant is therefore perhaps better that Mr. Kim- Harry Somerville, juit convicted and sen- Conductor, Miss Annie Hopper; Iaside staggering up hill under the burden of AND goods and chattels last Wednesday. ball has resolved to retire from active poli- tenced to two years by a Fayette jury. Sentinel, H. SingletorjOdside Sjntinel, W. our Baron von Manteuflel, the distinguishAnd when we opened up our 1G packages tics. W. White. ed German soldier, died suddenly at CarlsAfter the supper atjthe City Hall Wed- - of various sorts and sizes and found that Some curious advertisements occur in the bad, Wednesday. He was born in 1S00. nesday evening a number of the young save a few tea cups all seemed as safo and following taken at !New York World as the Hon. Bavless W. Hanna, of Indiana, folks repaired to the Odd Fellows Hall and sound as when picked at Highgate, and random will show: recently appointed. Minister to Persia, has a hop of some three hours duration follow- then, when after diligent arrangement we Tor Adoption. A lovely female infant, been transferred to the Argentine RepubWITH A CIUAIUNTEK. ed, which was seemingly enj oyed very much had bestowed the whole in the various eight daya old. Mr. Bohmer, 83 21 lic. rooms of "Prospect Point," we looked so by ail present. Music was furnished by Frederick Charles, Prince of Russia, Alady, email figure, going in mourning, an Italian orchestra that was caught on the like 4 Park Terrace, Hampstead Lano that nill wll her wardrobe, several dresp.ee not known as the Red Prince, has passed in fly, but they made goood dancing music we felt several thousand miles nearer our yet "rrotn, ptrasols and hats to match; no his checks. He was a nephew of the Emnevertheless. We noticed anion? ths par last halting place, and more "at home" We liny Top CASH dealers need answer. Mourning, Ac. peror. our CiiMoiiiMMllio Hen. ticipants Misses Qjeen and Altie Marks-bur- than since we left London and the "hub of form made round and clll of our An attenuated Thelere with the Bartholdi statue, Mae Ware, Mamie the planet." Bertie Collier, brautiful in a short time; positive change "Liberty," the gift of France to the United Subsequent investigation, however, rein two to four week; never faih; ladies are Olds, Lena Irvine and others. State?, did not arrive at New York till ixytted to call. Mme. La Verge, &2. Prof and Mrs. E. V. Zollars and their vealed the fact that our little organ was Wednesday. handsome daughter, Mips Addie, left Wed- sadly shaken by careless handling, or the A tew papers are trying to create a feelSam Anderson, who murdered Wash. ing against the nomination of J. W. Tate Oiborn, near Dry Bridge, Ky., and who has nesday for their future home in Springfield, excessive heat, or some other cause, for the beWill Guarantee to Save you from 10 to 25 Per Cent. ontvery Vthiclo. Give for State Treasurer by the State Central and been at large for twenty years, was arrest- HI. C. M. Reid has returned from George- little creature whecrsd and creaked and us a Call. haved in such an asthmatic manner that town College. H. C. Kimbrough, E q , of Eitcutiv Committees and eay that a con- ed Tuesday night, days this Will, our universal mechanician, was fain Carlisle, was in town several vention should have been held. This is all Shocks of earthquake have occurred in weak. Miss Daisy Burnside and May Fer- to take it all to pieces, when he found that twaddle and the committees should be Cashmere with renewed violence. It is reinstead of censured. The cost of ported 2,281 persons have perished in the guson, who have been visiting relatives tbe air box was damaged and the screws praised here for several days, returned to their half dropped out, and ths reeds shockingly besides the loss of time, is district of MuzafTarabad. homes at Stanford and Covington, Tues- out of tune and I know not what brsidci. very great and under the circumstances The Train Dispatchers' Association is Miss Nannie McXew, the pretty For I have not a particle of the mechanical day. no lhero was no need ot one. it required in session at Denver. One of the results of convention to Dick Tate the nominee. That the meeting will be the adoption of a uni- guest of Miss Bertie Collier for two weeks genius he inherits from his uncle Frank, or past, returned to Carli'le, her home, Wed from the ancestor from whom Frank got was a foregone conclusion. form system of train ordere. nesday. .Mr. W. U. Kigney anil wife are his, and I can not follow him at all into the A brute named Meyers has been senTheke were just 100,000 leaj visitors to visiting relatives near Liberty. Sli's Katie fearful intricacy of machinery, where ho the .New Orleans Exposition than the gov- tenced in Baltimore, under a lately passed Etrl Caldwell, of lower Garrard, is visiting delights to tread. It is quite auirzlm; ernment contributed dollars to the enter- act of the Legislature, to receive twenty whit he c in do with a jack knife and a Mrs. W. B. Msson. prise. The contribution was S1.C50.000, lashes as a punishment for He screw driver and a pair of pincers. DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNU The New York Court of Appeals has the number of visitors 1,158.840, so for each dropped his fine watch on the hard plittter For Coa! or Wood tzzrsm O asRwt.'sc Silas Manwarring, who had juet be?n floor soon after coming up and we thought visitor tbe Government has piid considera- decided that the law against the manufacble over a dollar p. head. The total gate ture of oleomargarine is unconstitutional, bailed out of jail, was again committed it was ruined utterly. In a fef minute This Hinge It Kxira Henry an.fi IMtIt..f ill receipts were juet 5553,301. The whole becimeit ii an aggressive restriction of WednesJay morning on a charge of petit he hid :t all to ttJrtl Junisli 1 found what had been Iron. 11m nat tup and in m, x hing fftB a miserable failure and ought to trade. wlih larceny. mtnded it and in an hour or two Oin. litlre Wrought Iron Hojj t,d broken, WaitulnictlrtnexlMi.lt un.l It is reported from Clinton, Ky., that Amanda Bricoe, colored, while under had everything set up ind in running or- entire Ittytli of !Ud. Automaticr leach our law makers that government Oren ctlonal rim I.inn.i xaoney ehould not be voted for such enter- James II. Shields, editor of the Democrat, tho influence of liquor, cut Geo. Wateon der and it is goiug now as well as ever or a and hbtlr Cut Cmrn. Mcke-- mine uatp prises. has left for parts unknown, leaving his fam- three times, once on the leit sice oi me little better. He horrified me by showing knot and tilor in. AUJuttat le ily in tho lurch. An unmarried mia ac- neck, once on the left shoulder and once on the separate pieces, which to me represent Mde their and all taodwN Iiupre-men- ). Baxiehuhy, whom the Qieen deaignated Can arranged companied him. the left arm. Dr. F. Danlap, who dres-e- d ed chaos and ruin, and trying to explain to not .iLd cold water. with Heller r.,r as the euccceeor of Gladstone, has succeedThe president has amended the civil the wounds, says the cut in the neck was a me how a watch "ran." But so far from Water Box or Heater extra ed in forming his cabinet. Englishmen service rules so as to include dequty naval close call. George is a white man and has learning anything I could only express my iiere say it is very unwise for thu conservaofficers and deputy euryeyors of cuatorm in been paying attention to Amanda for some fears that he would never get it all into the tives to take office now, so near to the H. HIGGINS, the list of officials exempted from the pro- time. After tbe affray Amanda skipped case again, anu mat tits spienutu elections. The party is largely in the ma visions of the civil service law and rules. out and hai not yet been arrested. srECI.W. ACI.NT. balance" was as good as "gone to jority and the election of its lenders The B. and O. railroad hrs come to an Oar old friend Tom Orr, of Mitchells-bur- the dogs," whereat he only smiled pitying would result as the feeling now stands, but Huiiifort!, . - Kentucky. A agreement with the foreign holders of the has about concluded to spend the ly and went on with his cleaning and relitttle mistake of thecibinet may pro- securities of the O. and M. railroad, where- summer with Soc Osrecs, at Cumberland fitting. duce a revuleion in sentiment and cause its by the latter will piss from the B. and O. Falls. Tom is an acquisition to any sociThis gift, coupled with his obliging disSALE, and be run as an independent organization. etywhere rugged, good eenpe, old fashion- position, has gotten him into business in A bikgux.'.r fatuity has pursued all of are The office of the special deputy collec- ed honor and inimitable drollery E A DESIKAIII.K station. Hearing that he knew someHI. mi'trituri . vt. ,... the rascals who atrieted in the fraud that tor, salary 23,000; warehouse superintend- among the commodities lacking, and tho' the mysterious inwardness of pare. A bargain thing about the lo had rn made Hayes president. L. G. Dennis is the ent, $2,000; assistant gauger, $1,200; and they may not be lacking at the Falls, when T. J. CilllMHTKUHOsl Onlj I.lnerla an organ, Miss Biiley asked him to look latest example of this fact. It was he who .McKloner, k'r. of vessels, SI ,200, connected with Tom arrives they will find that they can into hers. "It wouldn't go aright, it acted planned the rape of the vote of Florida but the New Orleans custom-bou-e- , have been make use of all they have on hand. in the most extraordinary way, and she hewon't do so any more. After a misera- abolished by Secretary Manning. The Alumni banquet last night was a did not know what to do with it," the STANFORD. KY. since he is at last ble, drunken existence The Department desires the announce- complete success. Covers were laid for stops wouldn't 'stop', the bellows wouldn't W. P. WALTON, - - Propriotor Baltimore, Philadelphia and New .safe in ahoel, haying gone thither this week ment to come to the knowledge of all tbe 250 persons and there were no vacant seat. York City, yield up its contents, the 'tremolo' wouldn't by the delirium tremens route, produced Postmasters in the service that the failure The toasts and responses were as follows: 8lioofKtage,:20xS0. Eight complete aett ot tfcen. work" Ac , &c. A half day's work and she Mint Tuaoio- n?"DS CPCIIT, ty drinking a half 'gallon of whisky on a of Postmasters to make reports, deposits or Greeting Hon. R. P. Jacobs, Danville, had the pleasure of again bearing a satis- Iteajonable ratea to goodInclud Hi callsrr. ton. attractions A.ldr eager. accounts after notice, will be ground for "Sir, you are very welcome to our house; it factory performance from her favorite. must appear in other ways than words.'' Tnem came an application from the music The large profit in National Banking removal without further inquiry. -- Only Line tin A letter has been received at Wash Our Old Kentucky Home Gov. J. Proctor are numbered with the things of the past teacher of the Presbyterian girls school on A Cnic ICeHeiiibliug (hut Geu'l Hfrlimoiitl. Old Point Comroit (lIKcIa H. H. Alphysician in Knott. Oar Alma Mater-R- ev. and some of tbe banks reognizing that ington from a the hill side below us: "Would Mr. B CI rant. Holt;)) mid .Vcnport Xoivs, advantageously han- Boston, asking that a commission of five of len, Princeton. The Learned Professor money can bo more kindly overhaul her organ and while setJudge J. F. Phillips, Kansas City. Mo ting to rights explain its mechanism to ,!h,"t,", Jf?,TVM l In ionncttoi with Old Djminlm Meiiuihls t: "Tofuloti.ioreon dled in other lines of business are going in- tbe scientists of the Capital investigate the it Karo me gnat trouble, and un' Bench Judge A. P. McCormack, to liquidation. Tbe Union National of question of mind and faith cure in all its The her music clast?" Of course Mr. B. would lcrineoM tlmo trtatment waj healed up at. I I uppoted I wai well. I lound, Dallas, Texas. Our Statesmen Hon. J. It "New York i one of the numbir and it U bearings and make a report on the same. .. and did and righted another "equeaker" -- . ..,, .Mini juiu mn Bjneai how.ter, that .. iit Irio B. McCreary, Richmond. The Stage-coacA pretty, young grass widow, Mary 1U reducing it to order and harmony. Tticu out in.,., it broke pay the stockholders the entire tur'','"" wCi 1S. preparing to Anl Merchants at.d Mleri Hleamshlp Line to and concentrated Joyep, Eq , Louisiille, Bro. Evans, woo preaches to a little out of ol tho ilocton I'enomlnated cancer InI what pltc time wa "ipiUl bick with 05 percent, accumulated Leonard, created a sensation by horswhip-pin- g Era Patrick d gallon in the "Happy Valthe way congn Jl,raw- fc'onie.lx or iir-e- n James Myers, a boy of 20 years, in Later Days Hon. W. J. Hendricks, ,. (.Uiauuy iimi :ins... or thehm nliTlrU,. m HMD profits. ... . at .. .14 . .. Danville Homes Judge C. A. ley," a mile or two beyond Mussoorie, had ilia front of his own door in Eist Nashville. ' an old "Hartnor.icum" that wouldn't go at ,J'r.ill,,,l"',J ', mJ.!iM- '"" "" Thiough Tralni fr m Wliichttler. Ky., to 6PEAKIKU of Col. Craddock eitting on Mrs. Leonard got a divorce from her hus- - Hardin, Ilarrodsburtf. Good Night John nil ""other 'Would Bro. B. help him out?" And w a.ui.ineir aim . aim ilioti me. lor I crew ii MiimiiiHi iiriu he rostrum at the University exercises yell, a ymr ! then the organist at Bro. Osborne's chapel a?o and resumed her maiden C. Young. m" na "im tiuitR i KANAWHA PALL8, he IVichmond Regitler saye: "The Col. name. Myers circulated reports affecting The following is a programme of the "needed something" the good performer m,,Lif.,.'Le,ll,,?,n5,l!cl00f "' '"J" ',",,",' ""'I WniTE SULPIIUJl SPRINGS aiares with equal grace the front pew her virtue and the whipping was the result. Cist anuual commencement which was con- couldn't tell what and would feel so grate J uflt-- r lip tn. i7M ' 'it ,,tJJ,nK ,lle tongue, eatlni out to ths inn i f And other famous Vlfglnl fprlngs uud Pleasure ful if Mr. B. would take a lock at it.-- ' In .'f',?'.1 uy J'U curvi: done aud un in ihu 1..11 at religious revival, tho platform at ii ... l lUwirm. Storekeeperoand guagers are compell- cluded at the 2d Presbyttrian church this hearty, lohust woman of 150 imumlt I wsi jollff.c commencement, the grand stand at ed to give bond with good sureties for $10,-00- morning, tho names given being those of all of which not to mention an occasional Huiillmi, I l.blug, iiritliingand all kinds of re- watch or an outside clcck, in addition to t ol ikln and l.inw, alm-u. 1' borwe race and a reserved seat at n iird'.Miu iUr inn luurm, .nv,,i. or pportiiiuii Political Oration Harry home needs cheerfully met, ho has "done solid lood. the bondsmen to swear that they ate the graduates: 'this hut ullM on lluld and my Wbiu. It could also have added that he worth double the amount of bond over nil L2eBrigge, Danville, Subject The Return done what ho could" to contribute his quo. naiiurjrisanaJroiild tint talk. Tho angutoftl ttliif, line runs thtough thn Alleghany Moun- -u the lutkacl lwiutlful rlvtrsand U rut uilndandihohorrll.lo induing of body whloiiTl it Hit 01 prajH like h pliate end curres like a wilor. other liabilities, and muat designate prop- of tho Tarter; Edward Samuel Farrand, Al ta to tbe general comlort of the station, "I'mi-nceimrer cm l,on.vfni(il Ulren up Uy and indeed in the absence of opportuni THE SEA NHOlSi:. rrwwry Tucss watering p',a:e managers who ra erty to that umount. It is ue!ea for any bany, Mo., Mind Triumphant over Matter; tic for prpaching tie has been tbe most WrJUFAH'.. itmjbjv "1' f!"niy IitxUW..uiw unreiTiitioB rara on Day " muiiuj aroiuiu i. Trains ItcguUr to apply unless they an- - able to con- Benjamin Harry Fields, Catawba, The Law diligent and useful member of the 'troupe.'-Las- t peotiiigenry moment (o bo my lait-- ln fact, my an one pubiiflhing an analysis of their wnter r tickets g0(M fur and all can I liuibaid Sunday I had my firnt hearing in and thin would plao hit Ihands on 1110 ovory now without extra ixpente of Work; Frank William Grossman, Louisl'.,r full Inlorma-- I form to the regulation. to ie. whrlhir rai nllo or not, and at ana oreo in length are respectfully referr011. Mitt at llotelt, Bti.ilyilsr.M ilUlralHprltiaa. Murray Robert Hubbard, Landour, in Bro. Oiborne's chapel to a ouotliiitfTillilFfldni that llfo wji oxtlnctnnd my Tho Calhoo'j Courier, which has oppo) ville, Evolution; ullmaii M.n.lng Car npie, Tlckett, Ac, call on given by the late lamental to the adfici house full of eirnest, Appreciative lUtencin death via iepo ted all cvei the country, fetiili wretched and my: A change Iiqh Ilodgenville, An Ima:-- ; Ernest Douglas a goodly number of soldier from the lur-rac- HlO was my ().!(llnr rlhMII helplitt (audition oradlrees ed G1. Jack Wbartcn to a Virginia ed the whipping-pis- t McKOIli;UTS, W II WHITTLESEY, llltt 01 ul,. .u Irlun.l. VI. 11. In kt AKctif, been wrought in the mind of the Courier. Martin, Danville, Tbe Argument from De joy of again ''holding tomiuoncfd Ui I had the Trar. rawenger Agt, uttlng mo hwlli'a Hpeclllo' In leu Springe man: "0 leu on tho analyse r(ri. Ky LouLvillc, liy.' thiu a month tho eating places alopnel u.d lie.il. .. . life," dear lorth It wo have birbarians which we undoubt- sigp; Nicholas McDowell, Jr., Danville, ban tbe word ofpreach as theThe LORD lug rOTniMir d ami ihn r.arr.il ,,.;...,,,.. 1.. ..... nod more on the uiiritfl of the bar anl tait. given me to preacher chti-- hat been tlontd hd1 (Irmly kid tod together Man illiams. James Allrn (rri. ifl H,rli.,n. Vl.slnlH Af... edly have, to deal with wo must resort to Government; ble if you want pitronage." him I A proMuofa now under lip Is pr grmtlnir finely Mercantilism , the Domiant El- enjoyed i', can answor for be at least. I) l. EDWAUDS, birbarom punishment. In the ciec of the here on top Mid the longuo, which wan almo t dotlroftd, l does look like folly to t.in'l Wei .ru l' - f. irAt-ut- , linclnntti, o. tim wife-b- e iter, petty thief and the carrier of ement of our Civilization; Gavin Eiston of It Himalaya mountains, preaching one beliiKrccjuredaul Iticemathat imluro II mp Falcon ojh the Ohio the plying anew tongue talk so become acephalous and delight to ytt onceated dctdly weiponi", the whipping-pos- t Wifemnn. Danville, Per Augusta ad Au sermon in six weeks, to a handfull of peo- C.111 reaJUy understand lean and can ttut my rlcndi mo cit solid lood again. I am ablo to walk about whereror 1 please ple, does it not? scat in dre?a parade the beautiful munte JiaaBBBBBaV gusta; Valedictory William Burgess is an actual necessity. without thaaiilstanioofanyi no nnddiave Riliifd (Tv.aBBBBBBBaT It resuifd folly to leave Kentucky and nftvrnnri.UftfHA.il I 11:1. ... .1.- -. ... Benediction. Chairnance which it wears in tbe seat of iu pantMaysville. j y; r" """ In 18G3 Capt.Thot. II. Hines got out ui Her i,ao iiiriu.s !, go to Ohio, but it wasn't. RELrABLE SELF-CUR- E It peempd folly of a mercifully Heavenly Father; Is dua to Mn.rt's aloons The republicans must have the of the penitentiary at CilumbOs, Ohio, man, Ormand Beatty, L. L. D. Commit-tec- , to go to New York, but it wasn't. It seem- cpei-iumarvel to all iaaa wenuerandahnvo known uy my A favorite nnvirrlmlAti .. .. i judging from tho document it through a hole cut by Capt. L D, Ilocker-Htnit- h DelnoloGian: B F. Bowen, G. R. ed folly to go to Loudon and sit silent for Irlcndt, hundreds of whom ini.il noted and in Vr.',.11 visited mo lu my allllc (now retired) forsuccessful thocuroof tlons. rtcontly enunciate! under tho name of n not well, ytt my grutltudo Ii f.ost .f(iiioef,lyafciiei"dl"erfft and others. Iu 1877 he crawled into Craft, II. B. Craft Chamberlain: W. M. two months in Hhacklewell Lane, but it nono While 1 tho leis wasn't. And so, I am sure the dear LORD, fect recovery devout and I am coull lent that a per- lnplnlnBCttUMltveloporte.IJrUgiku"iunn1n., platform. Appellate Judgeauip through tbe same S'.odghil), E. B. Nelson, F. M. Wilson. who Is now In ilht. It nny doubt those has led every step of my way, will, facts, I would reb-- them to Hon, John II Traylor, , Addre.i DR. WAn.D & CO.. Tnz perpetrator of the trunk mardsr, boh; and it is pretty generally believed Music by Wolf ATrost'n Orcheatra. in duo time vindicate tho coming to India, Matoiseuatorol this district, who limy neighbor, Dr. T.S llraJfield, of .idranjjo, (la., or to any and tho coming to London, end th aoitig person living lu 'Waller H. Lenox Maxwell was captured that in 188G be will orawl cut from tbe David Sinton, the Cincinnati milliontho fcouthern jwrt of Troupn coun up before his sbip landed is court through the wine or a similar hole. aire, secured judgment 'against Cuter t'vervwhern oU bnvotnl thin till we ' by dctcclivesjust LitU range, IU., May II, 185. higher, tMia ilia near nnmn inrorer. i thousand Australia, and ho will ba brought back for That Morgan bole is already worn slick, county, for nearly eeventy-fir- e 2U70 Sold by all drugglm Trwtlic oa blo;d at.d skin .,TS'h ''.'WM Nn'lcl Kink lu fiet, nest All well ntid hnppy. Alakin; fine prog-t(b- s i.TJ.?i.,h? !' '?".",' Stanlord, Je-iVial if the extradition laws are sufficient. and a great deal of light is bsiog thrown dollars, the suit baing for matured coupons in in ninduatuni. iinnrovrd. THKHW'IFTHt'KCIKICCO, '.:'.""' """"o" ' jtromiy tvAt.'t'ox. An. pi to . i into the darkness thereof. Drawers, Atlann, Ua.j New Ycrk, 157 Geo O. Barnes, .JEIerai masking, as a French Colonel. upon county boads, issued in 1877. it. tl titanlord, Ky. -- Veyley, who is Eotomologlst of the Department of Agriculture and alio holds the ofat the National fice of Curator of Inse-t- s Museum, is not entitled to the salary of but one office, though the Prof, is strongly inclined to the opposite opinion. The Judge has also disallowed Commissioner Loring's teed account and demanded of him a return of 520,807.89, Improperly appropriated. As Loring's bond is only $10,000, the government will lose the difference. GEO. O. BARNES. Trunks Turn BUGGIES, BUGGIES, BUGGIES OUR STOCK IS -- 1STOW COMPLETE, Carrin Barouches, Phaetons, Uuggics, Surroys, Buck Hoards, Carts, jLi?e Sold on Tliolx iiiMllroioMeoho IM-couu- HVEorits, ave-"utr- BRIGHT -- CURRAN. wife-beatin- THE LION WROUGHT IRON RANGE 1, it-r- ol ptc, i 1 W. euro-nomet- 2. - 'ny :) FOIt PHIVATELY. OPERA HOUSE, "' ."'" WASHINGTON, Cancer ofTonguo! Pullman Cars. well-know- n Flem-ingsbur- - . -- BOSTON. ..,. - i . "" ... l'f 0, cock-Cgkl.- '"'"' llrst-(-Ta- te stop-oie- com-blu- 1 ks. r, , ),tf Mat-thew- s, A inaP FREE' . 11111 r STOIIEJIOOMFOR RENT "le-roc- Er ;. iwuii-mMUHJ- n iijwmu.i,iJBBiini,Mi.iiijwMjifjr.m ifcmi-3iHkIiinttrior3o- FnuiT Jaiis and Cans ntT. R. Walton's." Mlimiilllll Elder P. H. Dancnn, who began a Sunday School Institute at McCormack'n church last night to continue over Sunday, is said to be oven a finer singer than Mr. Cline, who was was here recently. Rev. Dr. Marshall, of Atlanta, says there la a regultr lake of fire and brimitone prepared for the wicked, and that it makes no uillerence whether it is called sboel or something the. The hotnesi thereof he considers the main point and warns sinners against it. Dt. Marshall's good, views are rare enough in these latter days to entitle them to the charge of freshness. Louisville Times. The meeting conducted by the Methodist church for the past month by Rev. L. Mysonheimer closed Monday night, the pastor delivering a sermon especially for the benefit of tho new converts at tnat time. During the meeting 110 professed conversion "Oof the number uniting with the Methodist Church and some eight dr ten with the otherchiircheH.-R1chmo- nd Herald LAND. ! 1 Mm I IN MEM0RIAM. Stanford, Ky June Si'Kakino. Fountain T. Fox, Jr., Esq , the prohibition candidate for Btnte Treas19, 1885 urer, will speak here Stturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. close next Friday afternoon. Sallie Tanner, wife of J. A. 8tephenron, of Liberty, has pased from earth, or in bor own ciuite language, "she has gone home to that beautiful land across the riv- THE OHEAP ai?;OOEB .M Prior. Aiinek RooEits' Seminary will He doen not Mall train going North-.- ., r. m. ,...1 JO r. k. believe much in display, as will simply South.... ,. 1 Kxprcsstraln" Houth A, M. " " Horn... (Mas .. 2 03 X, M, say to the boys "Gather up your books nnd seek your parental abodes." Tbe jOto li calculated on standard time. Wolar Urn It about 20 minutes faster A Pound Paiity will be given at the Rowland Bchool-housSiturday night, LOCAL NOTICES. . 20th, the proceeds to go to the fund for a Buy jour pcliool booki from Penny A a new church building, Everybody is inMcAliotcr. vited to attend and bring something, Watches and Jewelry rejiMred on thorl by Penny & McAlU-tr- . nolico anil warranted The oat crop is tho most promising ever seen in this county. It is just beginning to Jluv the Haas Hog Kemedy, the original and only genuine, from Peony A;McAN head nut and with favorable weather from now to harvest sn enormous yield is aslater. A complete ftock of jewelry, latent sured. Tho acrcigo Is double nny previous ttylc, 1 lock ford watched n cjiecinlty. Pen year. ny A McAlintff. Warehouse Mr. E. M Walker, agent FAHMKits, Rkau Tins. (Jo to Dr. M. Oil Co., contracted L. Ikmrne's druir 'lore and net one (uckfige for the CoesH-Car- lcy of Sam A. Clarke Hog Remedy. If you yesterday for a building at Rjwland to are not vntirGed after Uin it your money storo their oil. This will ba a great con will be refunded. venience to our dealers who cm always be supplied from it. PERSONAL. N. LOCAL TIME CARD. o I. a er." She was my daughter-in-law- , yet I loved her as my own child. On Sept. 4'.b, 1881, we welcomed her to our family circle, the bride of our eon, we wove garlands and gave her an affectionate welcome to the home of her husband's childhood, and to the hearts of parents who yet love to remember their own darling daughter Rebecca. Sallie at once took possession of every heart in our family circle and when I was summoned to her btdside I felt that heaviness of heart that only a mother can feel for her own. Death had marked her for his prize, but it was never my Jot to wilnees a more triumphant departure from thi world. With a sweet smile upon her face she spoke of crossirg tbe dark river ami with her hand in her dear husband's. I exclaimed, "We will go with you to the water's edge and there will be a hand to lead you across." She gave explicit directions for every particular and spoke with as much calmness as if giving last words preparatory to making Bome pleasure trip. She was an affectionate daughter and a devoted wife, her precious babe, Willie Tanner, will miss tbe guidin hand of such a mother. Her married life was one unruffled sea of bliss and she was surrounded by all that can make earth attractive, yet she was n christian, as I remember her last words and the look of triumph that she wore when leaving so many of earth's attractions I msy well exclaim with the poet: There U co death; the stirs go down To rlio u poo tomeljlrcr ihoro, And bright In heaven's jewelled crown They thine forever more. T. R. av I WALTON, DEALnaiN . ill fftiHtxKmJiW0S i W If Kb I lsBi rJ - YtOCiTaND CROP Mil, and Mrs J. L. Si.avin, of Crab Orchard, were in town jeaterday. Miis. Dn. L. F. Huffman and Mian Ann Cook are. at Drippinc HprinRi'. Mn. 8. L. Poweiis in back from the citlc with another bit; lot of goodx. Miw Mattik Uiiown, of Lancaster, is the gueit of her sister, Mrs George JI Hruce. Mih. R. E. IUnuow, of Lincoln county, in visiting friends and relatiyen in Clnrk. Winchester Hun. Mim Macjoik UAitni- - has gone to New Albany, Ind, to rioit her sister, Mr Charles W. Kreamer. MlU, 8. M. SlKOLBTON, of LotlisT ill and .Miin riusie OaMineau, of Islington, are tbe guet of Mre. C. W. Boone. -- Cou T. '.. Monnow, of Samercet, w here yesterday, looking as well as could be expected after a big Alumni Ittoquet. It. C. Waiiiiex, U. IIi'uu RciIj and P. M. McRoberts attended the Alumni Bamiuet at Centre Cillege Wednesday night. Mm. J. L McDonald, Miss Annie (Iraves notl Mr. O. H. ClttTes, of Lrjfng ton, are with Mirs Alice Ilnzley st Co). J. M. Bculey'H. Mi.b R. B. Maiionv, of Timmons. vllle, 8. C, is expected to arrive to day to spend the summer with her pirtnte, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Ptnn?, and j oy will reign supreme in that home. Miic. M. V. Timbeiilake returned from her Tiiit to Miss Addie 1'urnell at Nashville, Wedoes day, and will Icare this moraine with MNses Jrnnie Crsne and Madie White for their home iu Cfml-ton- , W. V. Ereryliody regrets to see them depart Dk John M Hex. and, who has been attendirg th Ilxpilnl College of Medicine at Jiuluille, hm return! home with his diploma and nfter a short resit will go to Ihtli cji'.nty with a flew to locating. The college tnrned cut 25 graduate thi ywr. M If J. Cam mt li. ol Stgutn, Texas, arrived at her old home a few d.in ago with her daughter Mr. W. M. Kilat and Mrs. Geo. C CnnpMl. Both Mm Campbell and Mr. Rust are in bid health but it is hoped that a change of climate and gxnl medical attention will permanently improve them. -.- Mk. John L. Bosi.ky, editor of the Winchester .Sun, was with his friends here a short time Wednesday, having run over from the Centre College Alumni meeting. He ha certainly added greatly to tho brilliancy of the Sun since ho took charge o' it and we are glad to know that it is prospering under his management. LOCAL MATTERS. Country iia.ms at T. R. Walton's. , . . Fruit jars MelcalfV. of all kinds at Warren & The best hay rake Bright A Curran SI made is sold by A Did invoice of shoes S L. Powers & Co just opening at F. Reid, Stanford. 3 t 18 head at 3 cents. The long talked of suit against Dr. J. J. 8. Murphy, Jr. sjld to Wakefield, G. Carpenter for tnalprsc'.ice was filed in of Danville, a six year-o- ld horse for $125. the Lincoln Circuit Court Wednesday for The WinclusUr Sun reports sales of MIm Itellc Hughes bv l.er attorneys Mes- 3 pairs of mulia at $325 to $350 and four srs. Jacobs and Harding, of Danville. The hial forSOSO. damages are laid at SI 0,000. John F. Herudon, of Scott, sold to The State Medical society will meet at Walker his crop of tobacco, about 30.000 Crab Orchard Springs next Wednesday, pound, at 10 cents. Mjore Pearce shipped t'vo 21th. The L. & N. will carry members at four cents per mile for the round trip and lambs averaging 71 pounds, that cost 5 cte. Paris Kentuckian. tbe springs company will entertain them at per pound. The wheat crop is the worst for twenty $1.60 per day. A large gathering is exyears. Statisticians now fix the yield at pected. si 270,000,000 bushels against 512,000.000 last The great rush at J. W. Hayden's for year. straw hats is accounted for in tbe fast that Advlcts from ths peach region of Delhe is selling his large and well selected aware indicate that the crop will bs the stock at less than half its actual worth. largest in ten years, if not tbe greatest ever Hats at any price from 5 cents up. Now is known. your chance to secure a cool covering for At Georgetown Monday 150 cattle your head at your own price. Brush cattle sold at $30 per were offered. A Challenoe. Col. D. G. Slaughter, head, heifers at the same figure and yearproprietor of Dripping Springs, challenges lings of GOO pound weight at $25. John T. Woodford, of Mt. Sterling, any man, woman or child in the State to play him three best in five games of cro- has 100 acres of very fine growing corn on quet for the championship of Kentucky, his Cine Ridge firm, which he offers ts sell the gamo to bo played on the Springs nt $2 per barrel and furnish a place to feed grounds. To the person beating him he in. Divid Hutcucraft gathered 300 bushwill give a week's board free of charge. The oiler stands till he is beaten, Address els of bluegrass seed Saturday and sold to Brent Hutchcraft at 25 cents. The seed him at Crab Orchard, Ky. this yesr is good above an average crop. Till Taited. Wednesday night the Paris News. inuey drawtr of Warren A Metcalf was The cittie market in Louisville is acrobbed of about $S by some one who got tive and firm at 2 to 5 20 common to best; into the store by the back window. Mr. hogs sre also active and bring from 3.(30 to to go out and lock I 20; sheep arc quiet at 1 to Warren had occi-io- n 3; lambs are the front door, letv log the lampi brightly shw at 3 to fij crnts. burning. A shutter had been blown from Tho Holstein Cattle Association of the rear window by the rtorm and Kiuieone Tennetwee held thfir first nuniul sale of with the "lore m.ii hure witched Hilstein oittle at Nhville, Tuesday. cliwelv for the opportunity to enter as Mr. Thirty-si- x lietd were sold, sggregtiig $7, W wa only gone hilf an hour. Sjme ne350, An ftversce of $205. gro Ikijs ure suspected. A gentleman (tosted in the interest says Mw yvl (Via ... ..... n .t.lnlbld flnmiiAiiittii.iid that tho acreage of tobacco in Clirk county t year, and information In Ut hid t I'.l.'.i will be 15 er cent, less than nf Popular EJuentor. It combiner 38 books tint up to date about half tbe crop is Winchester Democrat. in one and is Almost invaluable for ready plmted. J. B. Haggin, a millionaire miner, is refeieace. Persons who have not a complete encyclopedia at their command ran arranging for tht importation of Commonot do better than subscribe to the EJuca-tor- . tion, an Australian horse, which recently Mr. Simon Long, the agent, is here won a three mile race in 5 20, carrying 120 to give everybody a chaccc to do so and to pounds, an unpirallelod performance. McCormsck' A Tucker shipped the become a member of the Home Library Association, which will entitle the holder lambs bought of W. H. Murphy, John O of a ticket to buy any standard work at Neal, John F. Cash ucd others this week, for which they paid $5 10 per cwt. Mr. publishers' prices. Murphy's 80 head aveiased 71 pounds, the The papers Ml over tho ceuntry are pub- heaviest lot shipped from this section so fnr lishing with wonderful headlines the statethis season. ment that a negro man in Anderson County, S. C, has completely changed color in MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. a year, being now as white as anybody. We Managed by Jno, B. Fish, have before referred to a similar eve here. The evening mail arrives at 3.03 inI'ncle Lewis I locker, now past SO yesrs of age, was black as coal in slavery days but he stead of 3:15 as heretofore. -- Eld. J. L. Alleb, of Danville, will commenced turning white in spots several preach at this place next Saturday night years ago and now his skin is whiter and fairer than any womtn's, with the excep and Sunday morning. Mess. Maret it Vowels have sold a tionof a black splotch or two on his face third interest in their chair factory and The freak has along since ccssed to attract attention here tho' shortly after a state- mill at thta place to Mr. Crawford, oi Cinment of it wns published Barnum sent nn cinnati. I undentind that the price paid Corn W. M fr slj. Catrm bjught And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. IX ADDITION TO ortOCERIE AND l'EOHI()X.', HE KEEPS Tin-- , Glass- - t car-load- s and Queensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- Time It no death; an angel form Wslkio'er the earth with illcnt tread; He bem our best lovel things away, And (hen we cill them dead. And when be tees a smile too bright, Or heart too pure fur taint ud vice, He taars it to tbst world of light To ever dwell In Psrsdlte. Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. To my son I would say: look to the Savior of your darling wife for comfort, the sweetest flower of your life has been transplanted to the immor'a' bowers of blisf ; that voice tin had a chirm for your eir, such as even a mother's or sister's uevcr produced, sines now the everlasting song of life; and call it fancy if they will, but tbe dear, immortal spirit-- of our loved onos are ever near us, though unseen. The leaves of the foret fall and the flowers fade but early Spring makes our hearts glad again with green leaves and bright, green flower', and thus it will bs wiih our loved ones, they msy lie down to -t in the sleep of death, but when the mortal ehall put on immortality thy will come again in beauty. Until tint time, 'ihh1I desr child. " r- Canned Goods from the Best Canneries of the Country. For Bargains, There Is No Place Like the Corner of Main and Somerset Sts. M Stephenson. A,r ai-t- Wfllnu', mce su much in demaud Iih ! la-s- it promii ence, dialod tryuti a iir ers in falling off in the deniH-id- . MahoMiv - uominfc' hgnin into old-iiits praniineno', aad Boston dealers sy th it ti de an id U increMin daily. Stained cherry is much used for imitations of mahogany in furniture, but this wood in its natural cdnr is hrndtomo enough, and is at present very popular. m me ftirni'nr, H. C. RUPLEY! """ I have received and still receiving NEW GOODS SPBING& SUMMER Comprising the best in the market, which will be Gotten Up in Stylo and Mako Second to None m City or Couawy. T Give Me a Trial. SETT ADVKUTISGMK5TK. BC. O. RTJPLET. The Stanford WoMcn Mills arc no longir In operation, nor bnva they btcn since February, liii. No one Is authtrlzed to contract debts for It and none will be paid units nutho Iztd by tbe President, orer his signature. WMOESAEaE FB.IC3E5S I J. JI.Jlc.lJjISTF.lt, SI-- Over 40 Buggies, Carriages3 President. SIILLUKSBGItG FEMALE COLLEGE m Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagons,, Over 4 Farm Wagons and many other Goods to be RETAILED This puptiltr school lor young ladlea will be re opened, under entirely new auspices, SEPTEMBER 9 th, -- WITH 1885. AT WHOLESALE PRICES. Demohhti. neither nm prevailed the storm ol Monday night. Melcalf icr repair Caampicn reapers nnd mowers. A Goto Warren for Two hundred barrels of corn for sale, shelled nut! in sacks. Hrljot ACurarj TiiKnmount of claims allowed by the County Cjurt against Madison county amounlBto $21,301.75, more than three timts hh mucn than this county pays. A Gfuman picnic will bo given near Lutherheim church, Saturday, Juno 27th R Hatter's orchestra will be on hand to furnish music and several good spukers areexpectid. W. G. Uaney'is yard the other evening, demolishing it. The thunder followed the lhsh so Liohtnino struck a tree in Mr. quickly that ssveral personi in town thought that their houses had received the discharge. owned by tbe Interior mil the Farmeis National Bank RELIGIOUS, has been ho much improveJ by tho galvanS. Pollitt will presch ized iron men nnd painters that its old Rev. F. at next Sundiy at 11 friendi hardly recognixs it. Tno block is Briglil'ii School-hounow ono of the handsomest in any of the A. M. Rev. T. O. Bosloy, an old newspaper interior towns. m man es well ns a preacher, has been assist.i Since Col. Bronston hae been appointed ing in tbe protruded meeting at the MethCollector, people with petitions for appoint-men- t odist Churcb. to oflico under him aio as thick na Rev. H, C. Morrisoa'ri meeting at tho violinists are stid to Lc in ohoel. Ojo Methodist church is beginning to give young man, who io thought to havo more tf tho yood that i to result from it. than his elure of 'iluence with tho powers Mrs Thomas Metoalf has transferred her that bs, has been kept so buiy signing his membership to it nod MhsrK Tillia Hawes name that his health haa been permanently and Hnother yoan; lady havo prefessed r undermined by the arduous taek. liglon. The building .imt to get the old man as cariosity, but the large sum otlertd was suflicieat to induce him to leave home nnd Newcomb Ho'.el. The same Is a much WEAKEJf, Manulactiirerf,' ArchI. GKO. friends. Mrs. S. C. Truehtart as Lady Princineeded and long felt want. pal, MARRIAGES. Misses May Adams arid Z lis Williams Experi.Mded by oneot the inoit Coiiit t arc visiting at Altamont. T. S. Miller, of enced laeulilei In llie Mate. Purlins awl reil asMr, Chas. B. Terhune obtained license uiai sured ot ibo raou thorough iraUilne ot their from no yeMerday to marry Miss Bettie, the 10 year-ol- Garrard, is visiting at this place. Mr. W. daughters In all that ivriaius to mini, manual daughter of J. W. Cirnoo; all of this M. Weber is spending a few days with his and mchali. tl c muiitted to our caro. Ion Kur mtitlok'iio is to family at this place. Miss Maggie Sprad-li- n terms, Ac addre' containing In formal county. C I'lPP Mllleraliurg. Ky. KbV has returned from Bell Seminary, at Mayor P. Bjoker Reid, of Louisville, OLD CHILDREN- (Jr.MUS d C lUUKHr.wiT.btautord, Ky. ti.t.1 married to Miss Ida Camerer, of same Danville. Capt. W. H. Spradlin spent Satcity, TuenJay afternoon and left immedi- urday nnd Sunday at home. Mies Ella (looda, tipfeiatlia, Articles, Shiw-cjsWho la tbe oldest man ? Dr. Brown Will ately for an eastern tour. Joplin lias returned (rem Garrard. Elder Who la tho wisest man 7 Col. Fountain Box Paints, Stationery, Toilet Arllclos, Books, hbjtei, is spendMr. John J. Myers, a young photogra Eugrre Snodgries, of Lexington, Ac, Ac, &(.Fobbltt. Who i the luckiest man ' ScoU M. Jonos (fait Who la the handsomest man 1 Dr. LM. Eates. pher from Indiana, was married last right ing a few days at his home near this place What three couples are going to marry next wife has triplets.; to Miss Elizabeth Kennedy, daughter of Who is the sharpest person ' Tin one wis JFItEn IMSTIUBUTIOX. week' This Is a scent, hut Dr. Bourne wl I tell David Kennedy, at I). V. Kennedy's, " What eausSj th& crest null at McRoberts with you till thecowac'ja'ohorao. you, .t,",. .wwvv. v. by the Rev. J. M. Coleman. The Stoirg's Urns Store ' Thefrfedlstrlbtitlonoriamplo Who deals with Dr. Bourne? All who want a mms i bottles ot lr. UosnnUo's Cough and Cune Pyriip, tlm M. lr. JIJOUI6NE, good goods and eh cap prices. bride is iust sweet 17. popular remedy for. Coti jji , Cold, Consumption Who la Ben B. Swope's soetheart ? Ask Luclen A little tchool miss of ltl and a callow uiotUroncliltls uow on tho maikot. Regular ilzo SO and Laaler, AT'TnE NEW DHUG STORE, voulh of IS, nimod respectively Miss Wil- cruljandSl.UO. What doen Dr. Boutua keen? IU doein't ktep lie Fowler and J. C. Btrrymin, Jr., eloped he tellt ell kinds of .Medlelnei, Fancy STANFORD, KY. JIST AS GOOD. frjm Lexington and were married in Jt( wm wiami m nn m miw im jwm smjwiw V.ir.y unscrupulous dfalors msy tf 11 jou they liavo fersonville, Indiana. Their parents should remi'dUs for Coughs and Coldi equal in mrrl. and in lay them across their knee and caress every rwpect J list m good nj tha old icllallo Dr. llomtiko Cough and Lung Sjrup, unlets you Insist them with a slippsr. a museum ws Bov. C. Popo, of Augusta, Ga., as At last Mt. Vernon can boast of a barPros dont, Too Many Goods on Hands; Trado is Dull and Thoy Must; So Sold.' not ber shop. It is ran in connection with the $2,000. I. d "The Bourne which Traveler Returns Sick." CATECHISMS FOR e Tm RIGCftfc f - 'om: t.iv !' Journal upon this remedy nnd w ill laUs no other, you tiro linblo to bs greatly docelwd. Trices, W cents sad 1 00. fold by Ucitobtrts A btaig. se CUIUS I'Olt I'lLSiA. AND .i evi-den- iril' nro frequently prwwled by iwv "f In tl.o bark, Klns and lower pnrt of the abd i n, cmnlng the rwtlnt to snpposo be hs unionffxtli n Attlnn, ol the kidneys or neighboring organs. r present, as flatulent), l M toms of indigestion untatlnesi cf tho stuiimili, etc. A moisture, l.Ue perspiration, producing a ry dlsngrewblo Itching, ap. r fitting warm, Is n u-icommon nttcud.iut llllud, l!!llng nnd Itching Pile, yield nt once to of Dr. liosanko's I'llo P.evtdy, hlch nets directly upon tbo parts affected, nhwtblng the Tuuiers, nll.i)lng tliluUHM Itching und nAwtinga Addrsui tb Ur. peimniKiit euro, I'rlc 6C notsmko Mtdtotne Co., rifjau, Olife Sld by Mcl'.eV I'llf J'licra tordlnl li MneJ;f'riarln( lMorrhiro,llenlcry, 1'rnnip.t'ollo nl aSTictloni, aul riiorlnj tho lltll ono luCtriui sucfc a all ijrittn; opaa tie sjii'ia rrora lis eTnof tisiiiih. For ante by all drugcUfs'at BO ctnta a bottle.1 I M mm For the BOWELS. nr.lllescrV Ilucllctenr 'tB ti.l TnjIor'MChi-rokroHrmoili-orSm-r't int. irtsA Stagy (Jim nnd Mullein will euro CoiikUs, Croup mid Consumption. 1'rlce a?, and (1 a bottle. For rale by Dr. M.L. EOUBN, ctanford.Ky.) Full nJ eomnlcie Kssori'uieiilf of Furnllurc, vmbrnclBK from the Cheapest to the Finest X'urlor Mnltcs. 7o ' to Ro to the laro eltles to iiiakc yonr purchases, no janitor need what quantity or quality you want, uh I can ami will ilnplicatc any prices you can obtain elsewhere, freight belnj; ncl(lel. Aito full assortment oi Collins, Cases, KhroudH and Ilobes, eaabrftc Inc iH the New Styles, both cheap anil expcvlve. lVnre rotiaa A JOealei in XTiii'iiitnire I opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. yC gtttti-SiccM- n ntcriorounmI MARTIAL YOUNG WOMEN. HOW GREAT MEX EAT. 1 THE SEA LAWYER. LABORING NOT FOR HIRE BUT FOR THE GOOD OF HIS SHIPMATES. TIk) An Instructor Mio Drills IjiiIIos Into tin A BALTIMORE CHEF RELATES SOME 3It-rlo- s of Military Tisutlns. Washington Republican. REMINISCENCES. "My oxpeiiment ol Instructing young ladies iu military tactics has causod moro interest in the matter than I thought it Jay Gould's Atistemlmmiois VanilrrMlt would," remarked Sorgt. MnJ. Dunn, at tho Not a IMkIi I.lser Itnunurn Murlior, "Sviint lod you to undertake tho oxpori-msiit- r nskeil tho roporUsr. "A mero freak of fancy. Kor many years I havo drilled both ollleers aud men of tho marine corps, and also tbj Washington light infantry and tho National riilas and their cadet oorps. I met with such success in theso undertakings that tho thought occurred to me to turn my nttentlon to making I judge, militiamen of fair maidein. though, that tho Impression forced itolf moro firmly on my mind by watching the stage drills of tho ladios in various plays of tho ivirnlfy troupe. I am more than satis-tie- d with tho results of my training of tho Amazonian Manipulators. A curious name this to tako, but if you could seo tho ny they handle tho broom a la militniro you would say that they wero n succo-- s. "Havo you much troublo in instructing I find that thoy ontor Into the spirit of the drill with moro oaruestnns and znnl than men do. Thoy aro quicker to 'catch on,1 moro alert, nnd seom to understand better tho insti uctious given to them than the nverago malo recruit. It is tho best exercise posiblo for ladios. It gives taom an erect posture, develops tho strength and gives free motion to tho body and limbs. Iu the foot movements, such as marching and wheeling, there is a constant, yet regular movement, and the cadenco is governed by "None marine corp, last night, to a reportor. Lawjon iMtiratlon mill Pi not Ice or aiirltlmc ArRxluS n Onsi lloforo tlio Cnptnlsi Mrklns tlio Com-- ; tnnmli'r's Llfo L'nliniip. IKew York Ttraw.1 llcechor Vlllnnl, Arthur, Grunt mid Stieriiiiiu. Arkaimaw Tras eier As well as nil Diseases rc illar t Women. Dl eato gfirms nro probably much loss Charges wod rato Dr N. cau beconsulttkl fio by ixtremo cold tlmn might bo AND and will be touii.l nt Ills oitco at ull Exporimonts havo been reported to of charge the next three in' nthi times IjT Its Proprietor is Determined that tho Glasgow Philosophical society iu which By permission he refxra to the loliowlug Kentle-meBhali be Second to no Country a temperature of 120 degrees twlow zero was J b, Doftliv, O. A. Lackey, f. Irwin, Man-f- i Hotel in tho State in its Faro. to stop processes of putrefacinsulllcient rd; Ky ; Jiuli! (1. K. Loe, Tom Murphy, W. P. Appointments, or Attention. Templi', John M bpootiamoro, hi in L. C110U, tion to Comfort of Ky; ltcv.J. A. toile, Ilustonrlllt; II. ). Chicago Citizen; Nover in tho history ol mutton, J. .S. Kobinsor, Lnueaster. Ky ; Ttios. 11. their Guests. the world have bad finances prevented a Walker, C. C. Chrlimun, Kim Tllle, Ky , .1. S. At DImior with tlio Mctiror. Johnson, Hryantsride; Ky ; J. 1. Daniel, McKlu-mwnr. the dr Wlion you Ulne with the viceroy of Indli Ky ; (1. J. llosloy, Ltbauon, Ky ; iieo, Lsw-ilUdltnue wlltuoeonreed to and fr CJinpbellsrllle, Ky ; A. A. McOltinlr, Howling free of charifo. Special aerommodatlons jou present yourself in the reception-rooMULOH'S CATAM'.H UEMEDY, a posltlvo Commercial Trarrlers. Tho Har will Ky ; Oeorge lluhon. Judge I. W. Hughes, to WHY WILL YOU cough when Blilloh's Cure cure fur Catarrh, Dypbtfaerla and OinVor Mouth, iireeu. hi j'flur regulation swnllow toil, but bofon lia'rodsbutg Ky,; C. C. Bliuuialo, MeAUe, Ky, alrrayo aupplled nlth tn eholcesl you go to dinner ouchn; It for a nico will gire Immediate relletr IViwtOcand 71, Fcr l'or tale by Penny & McAlitter brands of Llquoramil Clstars. Tenor A Mc.vlitter. tale 100I, wblto litiiiii jickeL whis-ircro- is at least one Iu rtMi'lj ovary ship's jailor wiiu Is ell rerw I In maritime law, to far ns It iwtnlns to tbo rlRbts of himself The sailor who innUs and hteshliitiintes. pretensions to legal knowledge of this description Is very properly called a soa lawyer. Unlike his legal contemporary of the land, the soa lawyer scorns to work for lilro. llo labors only for tin gouJ i.f hi shipmatos and whatever personal Rlory may fall to him for having championed their caue. Tuose.t layer nover uuiltatss to tako up Iho causo of n shipmate who imagines that wrongs at the hands of his bo bas6UlIor.il superiors. The threats of the ollleers havo no terrors for him. Ho Is always Milling to fay down bis brief and assume a crown of niartjrdom, and ns long as ho has broath In his body tho soa lawyer will continue to weuo tho causo of his client. Sea captains, ns a rule, regard soa lawyers with intense, dilike. TLe captain dow not wish to bo unreasonable. H U pirfectly willing that his men should do as thoy please, piovided that thoy are pleaded to conduct themselves In accordance with bis wlilies. As long ns tho mm are contented with tbo treatment whicli they receive at tbo hands of the captain nud his olllcors everything goes smoothly on bjard the ship. But when tho men ohstinntely refuse to pretend that they are contented and bappy thoro is apt to be more or lass trouble. Tho captain entertains no docided dislike for the blustering sailor who tries to iuaugurato n mutiny on the slightest provocation. He knows that by means of the moral iniluenco of n cocked revolver, followed by a confinement on biscuit and wator, he '.will bo able to bring to tho sur.'aco nil the lamb-likfeatures of the agitator's character. But the expert foa lawyer will refuse In tho most unfeeling manner to conduct him-soviolently. Ho cannot 1m Induced to loso bis tomper. He will not givo the captain tho slightest excusa to put htm in iron. Tho aggravating sea lawyer insists that ho passionately loves law aud order. With a calm einilo ho begs tbo captain to so far overstep g his authority as to place his wrists in chains, or if this Is toD much trouble, to kindly knock him down. In order to give him a chance of appealing to the courts when the ship arrives in port. By this course ho worries his captain to tho verge of madtus'. That is oris of the reasons why tho captain hates the sea lawyer. The sailor w bo feels that be has a turn for tho law acquires his legal education in a careful and systematic manner. He begins by sitting at the feet of sjino forecastle Uamaliul who is willing to impart to his juniors, not only hisknowledgo of tho laws which have been mado for the protection of tlio sailor while on board ship, but also the methods which have been found most in inducing tyrannical cflicars to these laws. Tho studuit also learns by heart the ship's articles, a copy of which is postod in the forecastle At length ho acquires such a grip on legal knowlodge that soa lawbo considers himself a yer, and he proceeds to argue points with the prof essors who taavj supenntendsd bis education. Then ho is allowed to graduate, aud on the next voyage he sets up as a regular practitioner. Tbo nowly ilodgod lawyer begins by winning tbp confldonco of his ubipmatea. Having aroused bis shipmates to a realization of tho fact that thoy havo certain legal rights, oven on board ship, be gives him;olf over t) tho observation of tho conduct of his superiors. Any littlo fracture of tho law by ono of his shipmatos doas not worry him, as this doos not count. But ho makos a soto of each and every trausgressiou on tho part of the ollleers. If nona of tho latter will go so far a to actually maltreat any of the sailors, tho sea lawyer endeavors by pooling all tho petty grievances to mak3 out ono apparent cato which will rank as a respectable wrong. If tho cook insists on giving the men good food and plenty of it, the sea lawyer patiently wniti for some mishap hi tho galley which will result in a meal considerably below tho standard required by the ship's articles. Tub iscr. Kiwyei Is reaombly sure of finding something which he can indu?o his shipmates to regard as a grievance that will rtarmnt thorn in making a complaint to tho captain. vTI.ey march aft m a quiet and orderly manner with their imlnary in lht vtm If thy captu.n objects to being 'tatrdod, as it were, in his very den, and orders the man ti return to tho forucnstle, the soa lawyer calmly calls ht attention to ths tact that under the law th sailors have the right to btate their grievances to him. Having convinced the captain on this point, tho lawyer proceeds to open hw case. He is ex-- ti finely respoctful iu his maimer, but this ice not prevent him from reminding the cuptafn that all men were treated free and equal, uud, that he has been placed over the seamen, Iutead of the seamen over him, inoroly because it would be inconvenient to Imvst the commanded by a number of men who did not understand navigation. If the captain lefuses to nnk amends for the giisnauc which has brought the crew ait. the lawyer respectfully aniiuuuces his iiiteiitioii of upiiojliug ti tho laud com ts as soon as pjit H roacnoJ, anl if tho captain lhiuliy gives way to hi temper and uses vio lviav, tuelitw abiding inanuiiiie praulittuwt has n much stronger cuso to piusont to the authorities on shore. But ft, on the other hand, the captain prumi-eto prevent a of tbo gnesaiw.e iu 'juestlou, the sea lawyer graciou-laciopti lis acknowledgment that bo bin the wrung, and to lecture him in the presence of hi: crow on his duty toward his neighbor c the forocnstle. Having once gteu iu the cap tain is frequently called upou listen to complulutH. Tho oa lawyer, bai l:e t by the the cieu, is forever turning up at the rest of cabin door nud dictating the courvo which lie wishes the captain to pursue The latter is kept in mortal terror of tho forocaitle tribuno, who iii'lsls upou making himself g obnoxious in a nnd orderly rr.annor. thero happens to Lo more than ono tea if lawyer in a crow, tlo captain uppretendt no trouble from them, for ho knows that they are sure tj quarrol over some legal point beforo their cno Is roudy to be brought to trial. The forecastle containing several sea lawyers resounds with tneir argument well a by day. Tho iloatmg ky night wise inon carry their arguments to tho deck and even to the yard nuns when thoy are wut aloft to furl sail-- . Their diiculons aro npt to cuiiftuo their shipmates solium bat at first, but tho latter soon learn to sleet comfortably during the arguments. Tin vuiituin nnd his olllceri smile whou thoj boar tin roar of these foreeastla dobatoa howdi iututtho it same time ifthoy relied only on agrcoablo would bo thora was jca lawyer on board. few-daye lf ct cw restaurant, recently arrived from Kew York, ar he deftly lnqvaled n piece of cold ham on hiii fork and guided it toward nn enormouf cavity beneath his uoe, that hiiddouly poned to rcctve it, "control the destinies of tho world. Wo are tho trus dukes of the We mold public opinion in the universe. frying-pastew wars In tlu cubbago-pot- , serve up divorces, steaming hot, In the vegetable dWies, nnd can enrvo more marriages steak and prin lights out of a than tho newspapers could publish la a two-poun- d Baltimore lIrM.l "Wo fellows," said the chef of a w monks fron Afghanistan, of whom 0110, AT 815 TIIK NEASON, Hwut Hiinn, returnou to Asia niter nn On JJ5 to Iissi'RK a Colt. year. A short account of forty-on- e Champo Ian dark gray, 1"H hands hlh, weUlis of the land which ho vltitod, supposed to be Mexico, was Included in tho olllcial history 1,800 noumli ami ts years t.ld the Mill of May Ho in of fine atria and action, good In the of China. There Is proof that Hwul Shan next. well rlblwd nnd larne lod y. with loins, actually visited some unknown eastern reshoulders; head nnd neck well et uti. He .. Css., of II loom V. HluliU-Bel- J gion, nud tho traditions ut Mexico contain linrted . ttigton, 111,, Heitemler II. 1M1an account of the arrival of monks. Vo will alio slsnd nt the tame place our fine young Jack, llcUleil tlio Clerg), d by-II- Dlscoicr,-- . Time A Mo.Mcnu historian nmkos a new attempt The fine Imp i ted Norman atalllnn will make tho HH)i at'TInk to show that America wiiidixvveiet in the Cottj0, ' raiulleiloin iauloul. fifth conturv. A. 1).. by a party of Buddhist Another , . iit.0 fiK neortouofl-iiMiUhi'di- i' i J ,Ut LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE rHE QREAT Through Trunk Line Chlcano Tribune. A remark by Mr. llowells iu the course of At 8IO Tor n I. Is Iiik 'H. rtoston Is a beau his Inte rending in Boston at the Authors' tlfiil black, tlhainlaiilKli, wiMlel Soreuit,er "How much easier It is to 10. ISTSi, and Is hjr West Fund benefit ns to ml h" t'T Warrior, his nmfc one's iwaca with one's Gol than with dam liy Jim lVri.r, first iUs.s 100 Mfily and Warrior Jack. one's wife" seems to linfoespviuiully tickled r.istule furnUtil nt reaonabln rales, 'nit will tho rlslbilith of tho clergy 011 the platform, not Iki reiponiliile for acclileuts bn iht any occur for Bishop Potter lsreiortod tohnvolnuglied until ho was red in the face nud Bishop 6)xo laughed until ho cried. Mum-mut5--m EOSTOKT! tbemr at nlL the orderof the instructor. When the manual of arms, or rather the manual of the broom, is called for tho arms and body are kept in perpetual motion. There is also to bo addod that the eyo and ear are trained to bo quick nnd sharp and the mind brightened. I will veiituro to say, from my experience in drilling young ladios, that it is not impossible to train them to march and drill with n neatness of oxecution that would startlo the I would not bo surprised to hear ndded someday tbo name of some femnlo corps entering into competition with male companies for prlzjs. Ladios havo tho ambition to excel and the pationco to succeed. Thoro will bo a big boom in this direction before long, or my guesses havo gotio wide of tho mark." vot-ora- high, prominent foiehoud, and a no-- of tho purely Grecian ty pe. while there is nothing coar) or sensual about the lower portion of his faco. His hands are small and delicate in appearance, bis fingers being long and faultlessly tapered. Though a pugan, he has more than ones betrayed a strong Inclination to embrace Catholicism, His father was n Creo, and to the great Black-fohis mother a half-sistchief, Crowfoot His grand mothor, on the side of bis mother, is said to hare been a Stonoy, and this Is corroborated by the great chief's peculiar cast of countenance. 1'oundinakers career has been In many respects a remarkable one. It was he who accomplished peace betwoeu the Blackfoetand Ho bad Crees, bithorto borodltary enemies. troublo with tho Iudian department last winter, and he is not a man to quickly forget any indignity offered to himself or bis roilnod-looking A Sketch of Chief l'oundinakcr. Toronto Globe. Poundmakor, ono of tho Crco chiefs, and beyond comparison the ablest Indian in the northwest, is a particularly specimen of his raco, being over six foet high, of rather slight build, and singularly erect. He has an intelligent and rather g lace, a o "but supiKwo you diop from generalities and tell me something about tho great people whom you have fed. What do thoy eat and drink!" "Ah!" continued tho chef, getting outsldo of a stalk of celory with remarkable grace and ngility, "you will bo astonished to loam how few of our great men are gourmets, though lots of them nro gounnauK Jay Gould drinks nbolutoly nothing excjpt milk orwntor. He prefers the former. Heneer touched whisky or champagne in his life, although bis beautiful f JU.),O0J yacht, the never went out of port without having hor wine closets well stocked. Gould likos to see his frieuds well ontertaluo 1 while they aro in his charge, and big, blulT Jack Shacktord, tho captain of the boat, knows every brand of w tno by heart, and is n capGould ital fellow to take care of a clo-o- t is extremely abstemious la his eating. For breakfast he likes Graham toast, milk, 11 piece of picklo and a couple ho eggr. Por lunch of wants cold ham, a cold tea bkcuit, if ho can get it, and another glass of milk. His dinner revolves around a tendor piece of sirloin Btiftk broiled rare. He does not fancy wild game, but is fond of stewed oysters, with the broth thickened with Graham wafers. I never saw him eat onions in my life. "Vanderbilt is not a high liver, but be eats n good deal of whatever bo likes, and is not nsbamed nor nfraid to drink anything a barkeeper can mix. He dilutes his whisky with Apolllnaris wator, and of ton, when driving In tho park, stops at tho Casino and makes his own cocktail from whisky ho He takes with him in a silver flask. and adoucho borrows a scrap of Iemou-kiof absinthe and pays 23 cents for drinking bis own liquor. His weak point at table is pickled onions, so prepared by bis Kronch cook that none of the vile flavor remains. He sprinklos a faint touch of cayenne peppoi over the onions aud devours them with a soft-boile- d n week " "All very true," responded the Individual who wns sharing his dinner and n bottle of Clicquot with tho retired cook in question, Can Ki'iqi 11 iwcrrt. Chicago HeroM The Somo women can keep a secret degroo of Odd Fellowship Is the best Wept secret in tho crder. Men have beou txpolled from tho order for divulging the secret work, but there is 110 instance on record of a woman proving recreant to hot lie tlllnn I haeconcludel Tills flue youiu to letierrea llmitol number ol mates at the low price of 1 gFlt Jdgei TEjST 1DOIjIjA.S,S 111 ii'j.'.ii.i ir.iKHnau, Without Change and with Speed Unrivaled SHORTEST IROU WrWlv AND QUICKEST ROUTE UliaULETOTIIK SOUTH & WEST .'. PULLMAN CARS I.uti It 'ik, Jionlfvmiry Atlatta Sarannab, Js ks nulla, Ijblle. nnd Nw Urltant. I Sh.V. trust native thereof tire both culled Hlravl, nnd to the district Is styloJ anything belon.-jlnHiriva. g lias Sesernl Niiinnt. Tho town of Herat has fovoral names in Persian. It Is called Hirl, Him, Hiriva nnd Hirnt Thodlf.lect of the country nude Oil HALK. A iiaoll Ksriu, well ItaJt; ironi ISO to ISO Acres, Murphj--, Stanford, Kr. F InrslrJ, good (.all on J. t. eduratlon after Which money I will expend on the season laorer by plailnj him In tbe hinds of some Rood saddle horse man, only to steady him in hl Raits, for ho has them naturally.- I expect to cxhll.lt him at the Pairs. Hilt Kdh- Is S year old tbti fprliii?, dirk bay or hruwn, 1M hands high aud a ported model in lorm He was aired by one of the noted M Iutuark fnully, lerl llubtde's On Time, litdam y one or the xrandeiit hvrw. erer kiinwn in ny country, I aMl s old heslHKloii a huiM that lias taken m.ire premiums than and Rt more kvuI hursei than auy known horee, any liorsewan will tell you o, therefore we should not let the strains ot thei two families luiidoan. Ilia M dam wai ly Faulkner 1 ouut AmerliA. I'nile 1'eier Oeulry tart be was the breeder that erer stood In lloyle county. Third dam by Taylor's Messenger. BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA In Talare fars Without thangs ultrllle In I'alaceC'arswItboutctianfe. SeeklnK pomes en the IP DAN I CMllUriHll TO line bl this read will O receive apeciai low rates 1te Aiientt of Ibis Company for ratrt, routes or wilt, C. P. ATM0H, G. P. i. T. A. Loulnvllle, Kr. IT SHORT LINE TO THE EAST Vt at I. M lit ii. . 1 LUMBER YARD. Baring opened up a lumber jsrd our store, wo are now 8S to Inauro a Living Colt. Va. W. 11. l'ENNY, kind of Lumber Prepared to Furnish any Dtmtlrst. t:tT Walker Is a brown with while polnl, n STANKOHD, KLNTOCKT. hands high, 4 years old and aald by nowl jai k In the riiih. I'ottiof all ktixla, bhiiiflra cut, men to lie one of the fiunt liooed Jacks In KenOffice on Lsutaster street, text door to mwcI and shared Also Ajeuls for the Danvlllo tucky, list actions like a horse, quitlc and sure lot H!sl. othie, OtSce houit from 8 to 12 A. rianlnc Mills. If you atrenlie 111 we will pMiulte not 10 detain . M.and 1 toO r. w. Anestbrtlcs nJuitnlslcrM whan MI mtlC 11 T .V' VVJtltA .V. yo ,. on , lathe OaceHoutb side Main (street, two doors abort Iho Myers Hotel. Thla fine young Jack will alto make the season oflNSAat my atthte, one tulle Irjm ftanfjrJ 00 Pure Nitrous Oxide (its aim IntsltraJ whan Hustonrllleptke.nt rear of the STEVE WALKER! LBB P. HUFFMAN, UM HUIIOJOON I KV. ' IHTi rJTANFUItll, icSi necewary IT-KIO- R I. K, . 1151-lyr- .) WELL., AbdallaliGlciico ! IlH HALE'S .TOIV33 lHt, OPKN8 Hummer Ilnort will be undtr ! season, and as it U entirely and refurnished, 1 can protiilKMiijr patron refitted cooilortas well as health. IWard, M per week, per meal M cents. I le of double cottage, 87 per wck. Will hare a conToyanm at tho Jenrt to iuv-- t pasMDzrn. 22 Sin A . I.. Si'DOXA .VO II K. Talshealih-Rlflii- 4 MI5S1s5IPPTb1 The Direct Route to tar management this "St. Mary's Saw Mills" On top AM) MlJtllKIt T.VItO. of the Knobs, close hj J. Carter's Bloro. Orccerr rollsh. ot "guiding tho guide." After crossing the Hod Door, Poundmaker took tho lead aud traveled iu almost an air line to Blackfoot crossing, though thero was no trail, and what was even more remarkuble, arranged his "timo-tablo- " so that he bit tho bost grass and water to ba bad, just about camping time on every occaslou. -- people. Thero is not nn Indian in tbo northwest who knows the country better thou Pound-makeIn 1SSI, when Lord Lorno went across tbo plains, Poundmakor joined the party for the purjioso of interpreting ths language of tho Blackfeet into Cree, as the interpreter accompanying tho party did not understand Blackfoot Johnny Saskatchewan was taken ulonj to actus guide, but between Battleford aud the crossings of the d Red Deer, tho lost himtolf, and for the last two days Poundmaker was half-bree- Soa Crabs Three I'eet Across. IScientitic Journal.; lal 1 vol Vorrill, of the United State fish .'ommisslon, reports that the zoological results of tho deep sen explorations last year Many additions to were of great iutero'it the fauna of great dopths were made, and a large proportion of thm are undoscriboi form'. Some of thu llslius were of groat interest. Huge spmy gilder-crab- s over three feet across wero taken in 1,000 to 1,'JJ0 fathom?, and another very large crab occqrifd in great ubunpanoe in SO? to 1,000 fntlnms whilo in 'J,.'j74 fathoms a lurgo an strong crab-lik- e creature was taken. Many curious shrimp, sumo of thorn of Ir.rgo size and brightly colore I, nnd often wish perfect eyo, occurre in mot of too depostdrodgings. Several vory interesting now forms of starfishes, ophiuraus uud ssero drod;ed, some of them in large quantities, oven in the deepest localities. Siveral interoitiiig new forms of and allied orals, gorgoniaus, forms also occurred. Profo-sor 1 1 bolo-thuria1 sea-pen- Albino TArkanxaw 111111404. -- s y pro-coe- a lar-abidin- Traveler Several casus of natives of India, having a whito skin, have been reported. Mr. A. T. Frns-- r mentions tho finding of a family in which several white parson1, Kuropeans, had appeared, the parents hav- life. s "Ban Butler's fancy between ing the ordinary blackneis of tho natives milk and Rhino wine. He is n hoarty beefThe whitone-- s was not tho result of hprosy The skin of tho ulblnos is much more sensl eater, and can consume more bam sand eggs than any man tive to the s'in's roy than that of otbor wiches and natives or even of Kuropjatn. Tho contrast who over went into tbo congressional resDavid Davis inclines between whito and dark relatives having a taurant striking resemblance of feature Is eald to be to lemon lie, doughnuts, peanuts and lemonade. Senator Muhono likes pure, unadulmost remarkable. terated whisky, aud generally begins a big feed with champagne and rounds it otr with A Good Illustration. Exchange. brandy. The late Sonntor Beu Hill, of George Ail ostrich egg weighs nearly thirty times Georgia, was an enormous eatur. as much as nn uverage hen's egg; but to Alfred Towuseud Is a practical admirer of hear tlio lion's remarks ufter laying en egg buc'uwlieat cukes. He was roarod on adiot , bacon mil fish, but has ino would supposo sho had beit the ostilch of battoi- - iik)-out of tight It Is a good deal tho samo way since given up t.iu bacon. Charles Dana, of with human beluga. Somo will make more Tho New York Squ, makes a regular diet of fish. fuss and brag over their little "Actresses are gocd livers, ai a ru!o. Thoy achievements than others do over an invenmaku u.irr while alive, and like to, wind tion or work that becomes historical. up wit a il.11 fuiier.il that will show up Hcutlful Wiu the Nljflit. well in the papers." seo-sawhard-boiled thin-shell1 what at itnorvals with dyspepsia, und has a horror of radishes and cucumbers, but likos a plain steak trimmed with cnious and served with Lyonnaise potatoes and stewed He atatted tomatoes. He is not a in life as a saloon-keepebut is a very light drinker, preferring a glass of milk at lunch. Ho is a vory graceful manipulator of tho corkscrew, and has not forgotten any of the tricks of his old profession. Arthur is a groat claret drinker. He never went cruising on tbo Diipntch, while he occupied .the Whito Home, without carrying a wngou-louof claret with him, and one of the 1110.1t particular duties with which his mulatto valet was charged was to look after the wine cellar and superintend the removal of the smpty bottles. Champagne came second, in Sir. Arthur's estimation. "Henry Yillnrd is a plain, substantial eater, with n decided penchant for cabbage. He is a connoisseur of Wostpbulian hams, and is quite fond of Sweitzor choose, much of which, although no doubt bo does not suspect it, is made in Now York state. He is a light drinker, and patronizes sodawnter fountains in hot weather. Russell Sage is the coffee drink r of Wall street Ho wants It In tho morning, ho wants it at lunch aud be wants it at dinner, aud bo always takos a cup before retiring. George I. Seney likes tea as heartily us Sage does colfee. and clings to it like an old mail He v. Henry Ward Becchor loves soda water, drinks It slowly, as though it were tho nectar of tho gods, and botwoen each draught throws his chin up in tho air liko a hen. Mr Beecher never had a professional cook, and ut for1 eater, mal dinners he is an with a very healthy appetite for eal cutlet and peas. He makes a sort of temperance punch out of ico croamaud soda water, and usually calls for lomonado at a banquet "Gen. Grant is not a heavy eater, and he wants his meats well cooked and not highly seasonod. At a cafo he picks out a plain, collodion of victuals from the bill of faro nnd washes tbem down with any liquid that is bandy. Thore are two things that Oen. Sherman never refuses to da Ono is to drink whisky, the other to kiss n pretty r. girl. He iu dines to wild garni nud raw The bon vivant of the army is Odii. Phil Sheridan, nud be and Gun. Huueock can togethorget up a dinner that would tickle the alute of a King. Tho bill of faro would 9mbraco roast pheasant, canvas-bacduck, mushrooms, Iamb cutlets stuffed with French peas, and young pig's tnil fried with olivo d oil and trimmed with grated celery, with cayenne pepper, llils last dish was Invented by Gou Sheridan, and ho considers it one of the greatest elforts of his pie-eate- r. r, d all-arooy-tok "Bonanza Mackoy is oven plainer in hLi eating than Gould. Ho Is troubled some- A' irilKELKll. VrovrU'tur. For all klnJuof general I.umWr. bulnnle--. i'c, builders and others can not flu J a belter market to suit theniMlres. Our motlo la "(Jood Material for rteasooat'le Rates." 1'oitoitice addrees, llalli roOTK Ky- - op. THOKNDALE ( BOY! Four rears old Is registered No HITS In the A.J. Is l . lktiL, will mtc ruwa at V.. lilt g. (lie St. g c . a. Ilalsora Tliorndale Id, 1; HSi anddtm ts Julia Martin. Imp , Urn, K d Hell - IngltnlJe No "111 Sufi. malliumol (tlO Imp.. ?;, ivallnta SK'i, a Irtr llaron KTI Limiie to f IINIUT l i.f I'llll Ma. 2WS, Victoria, Imp , 2.', Louise, Imp , TVS my Jack, t. 2;. j- Will maketheseasinof 1SSS at mr staUes.SV, iJuth of Jlustourille, on the lluiloarllle A Liberty road Allallah (tlenco Is br Joe hliuo, No. 3130, trial 21", recirJ I l. Jo Llmo Is the ld for Ire of D C f , record 1 is1, il. C. to Jtf.OOO the past winter.) llertew record 2 2SV aud Mark WakeHeld iiacer, record 2 Jy M l.Ituj, trial In 2 . Jo Llruo is he by ltyMyke's2T, t.y Alfiantler'a Aldallah. Hi No 10 Jo Lliau't lit dam by Matuhrino 1st dam Matties Meesengei, Aldallah .tlei-co'Foreigner, br Willie I)., (by I'unnlBgbawby Imp (.lenii Id opper lloltoin, C , by Jim Itettle 3d dam Mlnerralluiiean, by Imp. lluaxard, a d.tu aurilghl by I Willie 1. Imp. Tlanse ) Aldallah Oleoee's coin are fine and large and good morers, both saddle and ItarneM. I bare . uf bis colts that trotted ,.0O yards en a HiN.yard Ircle at tbe raU ot 2 Id, tlmeil by ti. M Itireni. Husionrllle, Ky , without any handling: 1 also bare another that Is about at good. Here l a combination of the beat trotting Ahdallah b1 running cnhs laeilsteixe little training Imt trottnloo A l'ups-'track In Kyl ramty, Ly., which Is Iru twin Is slow, In 2 IS. (lx weeks or two Mr Tups says he ahowid a HHWtHi hamlllBg tsddle He la aUe a 2 SO gait frequently wJdU hor; and his elu aliuMt turrlably show do well IViwiis wuhl'ig I) hrwt will oualitle and tolls befcsnj lrj.llB in examine mr her -. elsewhere. Hals a beauilUI lfa- -J'S ,IJ landa inr lh anl wi''e high superior n miles s Hero-kee.t1 1 HuU-h-log- s s first-cla- St. Louis & tlio West Northwest and toulhwtst by tbe way of n, direct onnettlou at those poiuts with the Light-nln- g KxprMsoo the ohla A Mississippi far St lOiil aud all points Weal, TTntin Ossly Irons Luirlll or CUeln. IU HOUio uU to ."t. Iamu, bctg two bwti quicker than any other line, glrlng uur pasMUgert time for mls no I first choice of iot In trains 1 LOUISVILLE orCIXOIXNATI. Learioj ChatUwooga for All Tun llUlLlS tsrllle tad CliKlM&ait make Lau-1- L in going Weal. inv (otng by way vt Chicago l2Houra Quicker iK-'b'- Aft' o. c&Tm. makes-Fast Always thf .S.-i..- " I "dl r aSt'i.lO taad n'j Tituo and Snro Con 2Mf j. a. tAiii'i:.Tt:it.Kr. Stanford, E3olD nootions BE'ESliroyI'd - With alt Lines at ICE! ICE! IGE! I will ellrer les to rrgular ruitOMera In Htanford and riilnli, rery morilrf at lb,'. Mi H mnls At $10 ts Innisrs-- . Hot n.weauil a N" I brown with tuea . by the A. lampt.all mk.ue br iUli.os.in sLap-unby Imp. Matumoib or escapes, but ,Ie f r ac iJi-i- is Not ninreaiell Willi mewl IKwf.ltliel f"r, "" -- J II IU.lt. tU S. MDitlile terms St, Louis and Intermediate ! Points. M Xo rvrrlvn! XoOuuiibiiNTrauH-for- ONE CENT PER POUND Accounts due at tbe close of each mootb,or when customer quits. It. '. Il.lltlttiW. '' BEIT The sire of trotters and and flnt-cls- ! sUl-lio- LUMBER! Dressed Pine Flooring, Ceiling, Woatber Board?, Finishing Lumber, Green Lumber in tbe Rough, including Laths and Shingles. misters anl mora lanevn histern h'jrM Ihtn any other of ISS In Kentucky, will make Ibe seas-.four miles west o' Htanford. directly on the Knob pike, and will be permitted tosrrre luireaat Lick s ConuKtlonstssale In I'd Ion Deiiot, Ml Louis, West, Northwest ana with trains of Hues Southwest West to ny ll you ere ilst. rail on or willo 10 the uadrrsljaed f all &! reliable lnf.iraiillsi In rvsrd to For Land, Ae., In the Western Slates, Map., OulJee and loweat ieeial rates lor Tlcksts ami Household Uoois to all points West call 00 or address PH in theeatremely low price or Orasa furnlsbe.1 at 11 er imnth. but will be taken to prerent accidents or not be responsible should an occur. -- Nobby Is a Jet black Description and r.dhjree 1 For tlio conreulcnco of our customers In Stan- with star In forehead and two white feet, bonyhands le, vicinity we hare arraneed wltu (Sen, 1 Inch hlijh, line mne and tail, good, ford and shoulder, back nek, to loepon anairortmtnl beautiful It. IIViii'CU where theyhis jards it as cheap as and lolu-- lnlud andfaultiest'excellent la symmetry, and will hit, can of our Lumber, ot from us direct, lie will also make estimate fur Kusrantee theredoesn't iio asulllon inseed y any bills not on banili, which we will till on 1I10M a belter disposition, and these 'ijalitlea he tnrarl-blImparts to bis progeny. As an erldence Jliat A JIKLVIX nolle. crosse.1 on he will proluce rery last boraea when 23-0Lily. Ky. good mares Is the fact t bat euiue of bis rery colls baronothtnir but a tilr Wallace dam to recommend them. This of ltaelf Is cosicluslro proof thit thepee.lriuies from the lre. Nul.br . Is the sire of Nobby. Jr., reeorl 2 73', sold 10 .. i ..ttw.tr. t... .j.www. wm. -- ..v. rur.ui viiiwiiwi liami ffiiirhi. ivillft- trot. K. In te.1 last aesson with rery little hsndllo Orrosiut Couar-Iious- E Nobby was sired by (.arrard Chief, tbe aire ol IUsII lllpny 2 Wi, Ked Crook !rs'4, Mauibrlno KENTUCKY, Duke. 2 IHIl Arp2 11, Uarrard Chlel by Mauibrlno DANVILLE, Chief, alreof Lady lhorn.2 18,'i, W(wdf.rd Mam. Meals are mrred at all hou'i. Oame alwari on brlnn221t. , and aereralothera la tlio 2 SO list; 1st n; hand and In Its season, oyatera freah lih, and aim-ila- r dam br riank.Jidam lir AriUs si dam by delicacies serred In all style nud on ebon 1th dauiby filomnlc, N"1,,'L'a dam a notice. Look out for the aUu ''Woodbine ltetuu-rant- " thoruslibrel mate, said to I by Imp Tranby and call when you are hungry. rarlln.! with mart shall forfeit tbe Insurance In V. .. VIIOW, allciee. '. Maiifunl. Ky. IJanrllle, Ky. I will also stand a IISi: YOUNU JACK that bo reriuttted toaerrea fewgood uian-- a at !I0 will toluaure. XhlsJack wll' beS yiaranl.l the Tthol September, Isfully 15 lundsbUh lie wns sired by the juk tint was sold by W. L. Caldwell for hall Jl.lOJiiud was taken to California Ho U a ley-lo- u brother of the l.lov inunjja k .iwue.1 lifMj $2 (he Season or $110 (o Insure. Due care will rcas, II. 1I.S)I. Mississippi Kalltrey. Harrelsburi(, Ky W W I'EAIWJDV, W B 8IIATTUC. (tea'l Tass, Agt I'rrs'i an I Uon'l Mau'r, C. W r.UUn, lentral PaSKOicr Agent, Cincinnati. Ohio Tassener A'tOhlo A gt LI. I. uiIIuet.rasH ItoiUc." Shortest and Quickest Route from Oen tral Kentuoky to all PointJ North, East, West and Southwest. Fast Line Uotween It I'.s. A.r' Masonheimcr's Restaurant - - - M:.YI.V(M ON A CIXOI.WVATI Sche-lul- e In Effect May 10, 1SS5. "No 6, 2u. DOUTII-lHJUif- fSo. 8 I ifb. 12 L'x Hun.) Dally 10pm pin Ex. Hun. w.jiAsoxiiEuii:n mco.. Lre. Corlajtoo . Arr. Paris. " Lexington.. Lre. Paris Arr. Winchester 10 12 ti 13 10 a ra i a in'IH 45 piu mill JO 130m 8 10 put 3 23 6 10 7 25 : 00 p in " " " Itlchtiiond. I . Dr. E. Office on J. Nickorsoii, - IbtwUnd Lre. Klchiuood Arr. Here ucaster .... 11 XI am 10 I J n m W 30 pm II 00 pm 00 p iu i W p tu 5 i pm pm ptr llpui p p " Llrlnstnn. NOHtll-Hou.M). OS S SO ( 3 HI Ui 00 a tu Physician and Surgeon, X. 4th St.. - Danville, Ky. Luibree. I'-i- L C ' t. No. II No. ,10 S No, 1 Grain! Combination INTERIOR Courier-Journ- Lre. LLTinjstori Arr. lllchti.ond .. Lre, Hiwli-i- l " Ltocistar . .. .... Air Lre. Itlchmonl Arr. Wlncheiter., Arr Paris Lre. Lexington Lre Paris Ajrr. " Ilerea i THE JOURNAL al II S5a ml. .. 7 14 a la . ... 8 09 a in1. ..11 09 8 00 a tn 7 00 a m S 0:1 1 00 a a u,. iu.. I'ilt'H ami X'lMuIu Ctirtiil. No .Ueod. Treatment Periccily And tbe Loulsrlito am . Weekly am 3 18 p in 2 23 a iu U am Knifo, Lignturo or Caustio pilars for little Ono year for only 8.1-l- wo more than tbe prlco of ono liy paring us Jt you will ree Ire for one year tue your home paper with the reiircwMintlTH newspaper of the houth, democratic and fur a tarlil for rereuue only, and thelieat. brightest and ablest family weekly In Iho Lulted .States. Those who desire to examine a sample can do so at this otote copy of tho Courier-JournCouriiT-Jourtial, Corlnjton.. 7 25 a m 3 13 a m . 11 30 a mo 30 p tu 2 30 pm 3 23 p iu' .1 38 pni 00 p m 6 63 pm 3IAV.SVIM.K NOKTII-ItOUK- IlltANCII. Dally Dally !Ex. Hua.,i;x. 8lTD. Mild, No Detention From Business. Xo , Cure Certain nud remanent. Cure, Xo Pay. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Lro Corlnzton 11 Lexington " Paris Arr Mayirllh HoUTII-rtoti-S- 7 21 a S 50 a 10 40 a 1111 111 111 2 00 p m I 33 11 m 3 25 p m 7 80 pm Kb. M NoTSi Dally Dally Ex. Hun 'Ex. tun . . Special Attention alsoGIven to Chronic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, Propr ' KxchatiKe Lre Mavsrllle.. Arr Paris " Lexington. " Ciirlnglon 9 .. I 8 10 a in 9 10 a 111 IU m 111 1 .1 fi C, II 80s 00 p m 13 nm 10 pm 00 pm ', How superlatively still, "Oh, George! clear and beautiful is tiio night!" she leaning her finely veinod trmple against his coat collar, "how toothing, how restful I" "Yo," he replied, toying with her cliost-nu- t nuieole of hair. "What a night frj shoot cats!" One reason why a tamo idligator at n certain aquarium is let ulono, is becauso of a sign reading! "Idiots will plonto stir him up." Trjlng to I'reeo the Genus. TWb Old and Woll - Known Hotel Still Maintains its High Reputation, it Noick Trains ard are dully between Witt. theater Ixliuton and Corlniton, other tmlns aredally except Sunday. Train No 1 runs na Lexington anl Purls, am rot rla Wlnclutr an I Paris. Dlnitronn rtlensare mnde at W(ni tipster wli Chisartukri A (Iblu for Mt Merlltix. Ashland. Huntlniston, Crnrleato ', W. Va., and Eastern clt-- ! lea Dan-rlll- s, o-- n I n lj 'O-S- Cincinnati and lllckiiinnd, Vu . and Winche tot and Washington, I. C. Throuati tlcknts and liii;.ip ctieeked to any drttluatlon r'aclinl by s rsllrosd. 8. F 11. MOI'.SK, W. II. WHITTi.EBY, Tray. IVai Ageut, PassriiKcr Armii. K.w IMlnrS C Tisvlsi.iSi.n sjuiiukivili J Hlktili C.V. SMITH. H. YV.FUI.LKK, t Manager (Jen. lereral I l'ra-,Ae- Holld Tniluf, with Pullman Past Line- - No. and 4 H'cipii run rla Winchester, Car beiweea;