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XIV. &mi-S$echli!$ & 1 W Ml I II' MT IT STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1885. ourna NO. 33. . other road turned oil', here wna n groTe of ROCKCASTLE SPRINGS, tree?, Chatty entered it nnd pat down on a ISOIEXSE SIOCIC OF- Music, Mirth and Lovo Making, log to wait. The following special dispatch waB reHhe had only been there n nhort tim Mw An Entortaining and Instractivo Sefuttllnhvil Tuemlttv nail ceived nt thi office nt a late hour laet rial Story, when Hhe heard tho mund aa if a horse wni night: XJ2Il ANNUM coming at full speed up the roid, nho drew Kock C'ASTi-- FwtiNos, June 25. The behind a bough for concealment, nt the Whsnpnld strictly In advance. It wo have to Writtn Exprtswly for the Interior JourJuia Brother' Shreveport Orchestra and nal. watt nr time. 82.fJO will bo chanted. same moment n lling figure piaied her, the Stanford Gold nnd Silver Cornet Band TRISMUS D AND- tho ragged (ails of hin long coat etnnding have both been engaged to enliven the MHjDHED LEWIB. HV MIB3 Htraight out behind him, hat in hand, a guests V. P. WALTON. at Kock Castle Springs this eeason-cloud of dost in the rair, Hitn going home very accomplished and brilliant pianist CHAPTKRXVI. Several minutes elapied and ChatU was will also favor the assembled multitude Atr.ilr A Vorjr Philip watched every mail for the ex- - beginning lobe n little frightened at her IMrtlculur. lit ii SjiI - AT with daily concerts. Floating concert and ITiirortiiuntn Mliiinlerstiiidlii2. peoted If tier which wa to forever rid him own limerity incoming out alone on that bathing carnival every afternoon. Bill Illeii lVrly Poorwl ol Henry Graham, hut ti thn daja paMed road and that it Jr. Hitrtmnnii m rstfnrdol nliiiovt nttlia ind it did not come ho grew tineney. "Sho rather lonely hjtlcr to letto thinknt'end to Room, Slntin Kink and Ten Pin Alley STAG-G'S- . people wat probah'y ooiutnnct)inat)t of hi, cuiiitreadoiinl cnrr. open six nights every week. Bilcony bachelor, lilt llrt nml only cin'thave got frightened and concluded ' their own afLiirn, when elm heard a utep m n continued prohibited nfter 11 i.'flioclr. lovo nirnlr linviiu lml a Mid terinlnntion. not to rend it or ln decided to expoee me; coming near nml Henry AI.,1., PUItUKN AM STYff.EN. crnie innlht mil E icire frnui P t 1230. Qioh Tlie lady' limns) ni Ami Culininii, nml Rim He nId bent hi tepi lowurd th littl- - urore. ehi'ii idiot rnotigh lo do either." mm tlw daughter nf n proiul, wealthy citiand Cr. q le iouri. 2jw wilt you In 13 J Mr. Jluebaimti no mole to Julia nbmt Henry, h'jt lie There i" enaiethlnu in h c od and bne zen of I.iiieastsr. Sumi coint ; grouml bt tteih wai elected to eongre, ntul tlm next ltneer he ciuie nnl uuu'e face which uiv c mifort anil a.iiur-li- e wish continued far Into July, uh'Miliu HALLS GAP. LINCOLN COUNTY, aw how happy Julia looked One nc to the weik aud fenr'ul; one look into rvturnel liom In thi llaltlmoru tijj, tlrwl nml dusty. Aftr hs lml vslil nml morning after a nijhl of fretting and hi- - the face before her gave Chatly renewed The debate, wnicti has been adjourned ituiii(tl 1)U clutliji, lit) itartei out for a voking Yt rytbiiiR plewant on the head of courage, whatever waa beat to be done he for a short time on account cf sickness, ilKirt ktroll, In uli ilrosIuj;-0vi- i anl sdlp- - MicdCiitle, the expected letter came. It felt that hi eenee would dictate and will will re open Saturday night when our oraltor-lii-lato Will-la- tint been the cuatom ever elnce he fmt promote. MIm Oram Huldey, tors will endeavor to ascertain which has DK1LXBS IN "You winhed to Bee me," said Henry af- been the moU detrimental to this Jentilnjji, mIio rIJol on the comer of crnie, for Philip to distribute the mail. He State, Smith Quomi atrext, the terminus uf the knew the letter at a glance and while preDrugs, Books, Stationery and ter ho ha pleaaintly greeted her and taken whisky or firearms. aoutlmeit angle, happening to be'aittlng In tending to be bur oorting the rest of tho a eeat on the log by her aide, a little beFancy Articles. Our town present a very deserted aptlio jxjrlur with all tin winduwa ojkii on mall keenly watched Julia. wildered, but with an undeGned feeling pearance of th li.al, noticing that Mr. as tbe vouog folks are all ImJ returned, went to tins iloor, an I, Bhe opened the letter Cut in evident wonthat in Heme way Julia was connected at home endeavoring to get rid of tbe head- Phjilclam' rfstrlpilons BituratflT compounded. Also patting tl coiilillments of th ovenlng, der, which gave way lo a look of bewilwith the proceeding. ache engendered at the dance Tuesday bint In, with which ho compile 1, and For answer Chatty placed the letter in night nnd the old folks are in close attenthey Mntl themselves by ft Inrps open derment, then overwhelming comprehenwindow nml uiignsol in conversation. Not sion as the forcid herself to read It twice hi hands. He glanced at the dirtction dance lecturing on the folly of dissipation mora than twenty inlnuWs thereafter nn to tbe end, then foldeJ it nnd a ahe then inquiringly at Chatty- Tbo Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, and citing their own experience as proof. anafiyiiimii noto was. hanlt In U Mlit Colo-ma- thought, idipped it into her pocket, but it "Kjad it," she said with a nod, Jewelry and Silverware v-too Mr. M. F. Herring has bought a part tit Ins that Mr IliifLaiMii He read it through, the merry look leav- of the Gentry farm opposite Dalton and Ever bought tire 1 to call ott bit n It! me J, but that h only lodged in the fold of her dreM. to this market Prices Lower than could call on ami lit and chat with Mitt When ehe rote to leave the table with tbe ing hi face and one of wonder, indignation will remove there in a short time. Loweit. J. M. the paired on Watches, Clock and Jewelry ReHuMny. shoit notice and WarratJtM. other at the cloe of the meal, the letter and dirgtint took ita place. Martin sold a yoke of cattle to Jas. Light On writilng the nute Mm Cilimnn vrni IIIMM "Did ehe rrito it, you think?" asked for $142. N. W. Sampson sold 20 Iamb?, naturally aoiiwwhat tnxilthxt, nml lir lipped from her dre't to the carpet and father Inewted Uwn mttlug It. lilt oil'endel Chatty who had been observing her, put Chatty when ho had finished. THE NEW GROCERY AND HARDWARE HOUSE OP to DavePrewitt at $5 per owt. and Chas dignity vm at once In nrini, nnd within an her fool on it, lingered to get loiue (lower "1 didn't oalieve her or any other wo Ware eold a lot of corn to J. F. Kay at $3 ilnughtor win placed In the- family hour the of man capable of such falsehood," eaid Hen cnrrlngts mil on too way to 1'hlladelphlu to from the table until the others were out per barrel. ry, "but it eeem that ehe wrote it, her visit her nUttr, Mr. Jude Hemhilt. Know- the room then ttooped and picked it up. Mrs. Sue Holme?, a pretty young widing th unrelenting nature of tier father, 'Something is wroag and thi letter ex name i there. What could have prompted ow of Crab Orchard, spent a few days with ami probibly foelln; hurt at the Imiuend i tell me herself, eo I'll her to do such a thing is beyond my com- Mrs. C. M, Jonej. Mr. Margaret Pollock DE3CXJSJt3701a-VI3LJiI- L thin nnonymouily conveyed toiler, altlimgh plains it; the wont prehension. I never tried to make an im- is visiting Mrs. P. 11, Kapler. an Intelligent and acoinillhel yuii; latly, 3ml out aud nee whit can be done." Mises and very tnueli attmliel t ler lethroUl the fitting room, where she pression on her virgin heart and was not Nora Lynn and Lee Middieton, of Louis Would kl.dlymk your She attet Hon to the fact that they haTe Just returned from the cities with ilirp h became tleionlent, ami in her lover, uppoed the other were and went up aware until now of my good fortune in ville, are guests of Mies Sallie Murphy. fr h and well selected stock of CHOICE c .r,M o: deepair took laudanunt anil tbo day follow inR her reachln? l'nll.l.liala. Utah', at tbe top of the tep ehe met Julia that respect. I wish there waaa man in Mte Kate Davi', of Crab Orchard, is visitcoming down and evidently looking (ji it," eaid Henrv rising with a laugh, "1 ing Mis Addle Martin. Mirs Maggie Mr. Ituctmiian rniueiteil onnilon to liouriwr, but va eomething. "lhave dropped a letter," ahe would liko te thrash some one in my presfun'r.tl ai Hendricks, n pretty and attractive young In cnilles variety, dainty In quality and ntlely rafii 1. Hjlnjj n ihih of ardent satisfactory in prices; this we cuaraBtee. Our alia shall be Mill. ent humor." lady, of Stanfjrd, is tbe guest of her sister, nnl nUrly ilevotid t) hU at all Hium to supply every waut in our Hue. "I don't eee it." .id Chatty, looking at Chatly thought it highly probiblo that Mrs. Jno. J. Martin. Mies Jennie Cosby, Mr. liucknnan't iniml wih nearly unhinid nt the sudden ralnmltv . which nud the wall opposite. there was one in it, but wiaely kept her of Junction City, is at M. Will Tucker'. OU-. tulfi-ttint hU lfalleu him. to :cu Going to her room she locked tbo door thought to hereelf, Mirs Sutie Bourne ha gone to Somertet, Consists of tho Standard Brands ol Europe and America. Our large line of Cooking indudat frlendi lieenin uneay. aad Ju Irj Franklin "Your sister does not bolieve it doe sht? where nhe will make her future home. A. thejustly celebrated "Great Western ReseTTe" nnd many other family favorites. Our China, GIe hi lamlly u few and we blush to tell it, but ehe read the him to rulital i ierURdl dayn. lie never forgot U eaily Ijve, to litter through. Let tbe motive excuse tho She don't think me cipable of being euch T. Mirtiu is threatened with fever. Mrs. and Queenswjre stock oonilsta In part of Table, Tea and Chamber frets complete, Glamvaro richly cnt an J etched. In the way of BreadstuSs we name Buckwheat Flour, the queen of all tribes. Our celetaJly tannlnaUd. a puppt?' act. Jno. Bill is some better and it is Loped by brated Patent "O. M." Hour, urivalled for cake and pastry, whllo Rice and Hominy, our own patri"i'hat i it, ieiiT and he say that he 'T think it highly probable that she doen htr Irietidt that soe will entirely recover. otic products, arrayed as faithful adjuncts. All tho delicacies In Foreign nnd Domestlo Confection Tlin JtHII Nrt Vou. riitUaVlphU IV.m.I beloncod to her, well, Mis Castle, I don't only doe not put it in exactly tho light are hero. Tin, Stone, Wooden and WUIowware, Electric Lamp, Stationery. Canned Meats nnd Fruits n "There i n man who in 1 know to U a CnildreL wire born to a mother and and a compute line of Cigars and Tobaccos Well, thla is only a bint of what wo have Believing want to he impolite, but 1 unlet eay that I that you do." 1 mw him buy n of once ln that we can mike It to your interest, we confidently ask an examination of our goods and your patronof 'I otn't see why she did it," mid Henry daughter at the eime time and in the fame age gl .ve," told a Minewbat cynical oberverof dmi'i brliere vou, agirl with tbe kind Repectlully, T.U i.OH JIKOTHKRS. - in n pczz'ed anil emhtrraeed way, "I will huuee in Illinois the other day. Tho babies human nature. "To iuot u9vle tlw j;lrl epirit which vou ehow in thi letter ie hardbehind the counter who wait on them U n ly one whom Henrv Graham would love, write lo htr immediately and inquire." were drtr'td hliI put in the cradle together. to I, an lnitrument of their conrenleuoe. were laiien up soon after neibeidr I don't believe him at all dishonor-.iWail H woa,cnli- - Mjj chatty, "don'i Wnen they He iihoMod, without any fuw, that be reoog-nitbli; in man with his countonsnee could you think that I can do this better than ther mother knew her unn child, and toIn hor a human being nt ho lianda ondericg which is day they are still 1m deelrod n wrrloe. And it brightened up be. How could she have heard so much TOt? U wiM av6 htr feeling in n measure v.wsbbwMBbmMBWKHMMMHBBWMMwB n dull fncfl to be to treated." Philip! the at,d now that I know you innocent I have which. about JulU nnd Henr)? j0UJivUlt. NtWAlBAKYS CHICAGO St it, Thin buIiie4 of Kt'l'U into right human Democrat tells cf 23 J3STO. 3VE. Tne Hsrrodsburg . k r-relations Mlth other humiti lielnt ft a lnrge thought came naturally enough to her, for no flIr)Cr he,itancT :n tbe waltcr Ln t houees now under process of erection in mtsde-for all STANFORD, KY., lart of the loit culture of character. It Ii n she made him the scape-goame writo ,0 her ftnd ,e ber lhat her Through Coaches nnd Pullman miitako whn we touch on any other hunmii meanors. His ahier.ee occurred to htr, his Represents the Best and most Prom pt Pay ingOosa- Stooping Cars cret is not in safe hands, that I will tell you that town. L. D. Card veil has 10 of them. llfo, howover llijhtly and on the inrfnro, panlesaudhls rates are very low. uiva nua a From j, aboul iluniM8 ractica1ly the hu- reetlessnee since his return, his condesceniaM&alr BlMeB tbe can. without rncosniitng That Dirty Dandruff. r win then ghow ou lh ,ha toward Henry. "Ys it is you, I can malter manity which It there. We Impuverlih Dandrutl Is dirty nnd disagreeable In c vcr way. jLoiilKriiltt lo Chicago, relation by thit merely external con e. Wewillseenboutthis, Mr. Philip; it1 gl,lland i8 not prfeciy satisfactory you It soils the clothing continually and Is accompatact of man with man; and wedowich other I.es between you and Chatty, instead of Cluciunatl to Cliicngo, nied by a hardly less annoying Mniatlonof itchc:ln tatce whatever step jou like." Kreat harm nVtinut by not getting a little ing. The scalp Is diseased. There is nothing in Julis, who will be victor, time will tell." Gaol cMiTUMftu. IiuIiiumpoliH to Cliicngo. nearer. 'You are both kind and thuoghtful" the world so thoroughly adapted to this trouble A cm miij $UJlt Now thore it In the meaneit and humbleit In the midst of her thoughts a rap came said Henry gratefully, "I have no hesitan as Parker's Hair Bi s.im. It cleanses and heals J .Opof ill j cm n tomotlilnfr which rlu tip nRilDit thit THROUGH TIME TABLE tbe scalp, stops tho falling hair and restores Its "Mr. cy in leaving my cause in your hand Tuiln: for tit trentiiMut Men bate to lie nothing or to on her door and Jim appeared. original softness, glois nnd color. Is not oily, Via Louisville: me recognition of Philip and Mirs Julia are going for a sure that it will not sufier." be took They wnnt highly perfumed, aa elegant dressing. Very (the "eomln"" their personality, their Individuality. Much drive and want to know if you will go " Altera good deal more talk in which application Lve. Louisville n only n small occasional "J t a m l ' I'J p m of the popular form of reliKlnw fulth i vi I 3 8 "Not thi morning, some othor time, tell Chatty told him she thought it best that keeps tho hair in perfect condition. p ni 3 .'0 a m Arr. Lafayette. tal through deinnu for recognition Tho S 00 a m I S 20 i. in " Chlongo 20 Ter Cezt poor man ay: 'Hero I am nobody, und them " At the same time preparing to he stay away from Julia until after the IVAaf Parents Fear, Trcfit. by tho who force tin attention of change her clippers for walking shoe nnd letter from Covington could be received, VU Cincinnati; (lpiel upon tlieinsjlve. Hut (iod heelt to lly Many jarentt objret tho world putting on a tint with a thick veil, then go- that she would send Sam to notify him of many quick nostrums as likely to engender or 1 !l" m in 1'"' Lr. Cincuinti me. I nm nut n nobmly tj Him. And the ' Ic.lieniolIs U i p .. II .0 p m a love for strong drink. They arc light. i"J 5 It dny it coming wlun tlie mauifeitntion of ing out she locked her door after her and tho time, they rose (o go. fi c5 a w 8 W i ni i Arr. Chiran Cory5 toontha tv rxsWf L Henry walked with her as far as he Better die of dlseise than of drunkennets. The Jlii love will lift me out of thit neglect nud went down the hack stairs cf i).0fl. Dlly tl'i'ly"1 I' 'uiiiiy. um of Parker'. Tonic does not Involve this danoUcurlty into recognition and honor." It U "Tell mama if she ask tor me lhat I'm deemed it advisable, wheu ther parted he ger. It not only builds up the system, curing all ?" cccli remarkable what u part thit element plays ci. out walking Sim went with Julia and said, "Give your sister my dear love for I ailments of tbo stomach, liver and kidneys, but It He Aiimi "SOUTHERN BIVOUAC," in the popular. notion of the futun life. lick lsrdvlathe do love her as never man loved before, stimulates without intoxicating and absolutely Philip, did he not?'' B.F. Avory & Sons, Loulsvlllo, Kyfc klONON Silk IIiik Cnrpel. Nome, Mr. Pnilip drove," Jim told her. tell her that my every thought is of her or cures the appetite for liquor. (Nvh York Hernld A (.'. IV j) h Ii Ii ih quick!, lie lest Chatty hurried to Sam's quarters, conceded with her in some way, every'Rouglion Rats" clears out rata and mice 15c. (L. N. IF YOU WANT TO aud mst direct lln' ti ""Irr-.ii- . Down in u ilinsy, dim nud dirty Ilttlo aud pdnts "Itough on Corns" for Corns and Bunions, l.'c. thing reminds me of her, if a bird sings I unt Tililha, where U Sim?" lu iiie .urinwpsi. Uaseinont under n rickcty old building on YOUR GAME DAG, Thin people, "Weill' Health Rcnewer" restores Ticket via ilieMntvi Knitiun a'e r all prin"Here, Mis Chatter, here I is, poor per find it calls her name, or has a voice like health and vigor, cum dyspepsia, Ac. 81. tho lloivery i carriod on an Industry hoo cipal ticket tit3cr. For r .ie. miju and lull InAND MAKE priHluctn nre ni lioautlful nt they are secuted he creetur, lookin up some ole hers, the earth beneath, the sky above, my "Rough on Toothache" glveslustant relief. 15c. formation, nd lrea It it n new froak in fancy work cloe, I cau't get Lilba to do nothin but own eovl speaks always of her. I didi.'t WM . IML'lWrs'.i. V A,Chlc?o. Ladles who would retain freshness nnd vivacity, A.J 0'f.tIl.LV. O rf A . Lcnilsville, and lather n outible one. Reuewer." USE wrinkle it nothing moro nor Ioji fuss, 1 ax her ter look fur em, but she's so- know that loye would make a man so sill;; don't fall to try "Wells' Hculth Thit now "Buchu-palba,- " urinary cure. great kidney and Jian a bilk rag cnriet. Old silk dresos, il! natured ehe wont do nothin but smoke 1 suppose Elward thinks me a sorry specirats, mice cleared Files, roaches, ants, enihei and riblKins nro cut up into Ilttlo ami trowl. Next time I marry I'm goin men for he goes oil' to himself to get rid out by "Rough on Rats." 15c. trlpi, tho color mlxod iiidltcrlmlnntcly "Rough on Coughs," trothes, 13c; liquid, !5c. of me nnd my talk." nml woven Into n thick rug like u to get a woman that don't smoke, backer i For children, slow In development, puny nnd Turkey .arjwt. Threuds of gold and kilvor good fer the stomac of man, ho a pontic Julia and Pnilip had not yet returned delicate, use "Wells' Health Renewer." braid nrj rim in to give th nwai an says, but it alius makes a woman ill from their drive when Chatty reached WP "Rough on Dentist" Tooth Powder. Try It. 15c. gllttor hero nnd there. Thuu with and Sim came out of a corner with home. She went to her room, laid oil her Nervous Weakness, Dyspepsia, Sexual Debility uorden attachod thoy nro hung elnbrattf a pair of pants hanging over his arm. "But hat, wrote a terse but comprehensive letter cured by "Wells' Health Renwcr." 81. up to act an portions! or window curtain. Mother Swan's Worm Syrup, for feverlshness, Thit Ilttlo Howery collar Is tho only place come in, hone;; what ha you got that veil to Mi Cattle and dispatched it by Jim. tasteless. S3c. where thoy are woyon. I.lttlo do tho occusuch a hot day and what does yer Then changing her walking dreea and shoes worms, constipation; all Kidney and Urinary on ImagAll tho Latest Improvements. Btlnglng, Irritation, pants of fajhlonable drawing-roofor a house dress and slippers Bhe took her ccmplaluts cured by "Buchu-palba.- " 81. i ine thnt he pretty fabric are made by tho want?" brawny Milodan, with poctaclot and n "I want to eee you on particular busi- work and went down stairs to the sitting Night sweats, fever, chills, malaria, dyspepsia, FOR DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS, block plw, and that by tho aid of two ness, Sam." ADDRESS room where her mother was reclining on a cured by "Wells' Health Renewer." flickering candbs set in tho duit of tho cum-broMy husband (writes a lady) Is three times the "Ah, dat means yer don't want no wo- couch reading. tho colors togethor. loom he blond using "Wells' Health Renewer." 81. Lamberson, Furman&Go., wan since man and white eyed Chilian eluded," Sim with tho eye of an urtist "I thought that you had gone with PhilIf you are falling, broken, worn out and nerSOLE AGENTS FOR growled throwing down the pants be held ip and Julia," sho eaid, glaocing at Chatty. vous, use "Wells' Health Renewer." SI. An Incrmlutoue Wnltur. Prevalence of Kidney complaint In America; coming out. and "No, I didn't feel like going this mornICIiImko Tribtins.l sa quick, complete rure. 81. " 'Sam have you anything in particular ing" Sporting Arms and Ammunilion, Two loert, two ginger a!o, and a glasj THY IT YOlJHS.l. of water," ordered oni. of flvo friends who to do this morning?" asked Chatty when "I am glad you did not," Bald the lady 28 1 & 283 Broadway, dropped Into a restaurant Tho proof of tho pudding Is not .n chewing tbe NEW YORIt they were some little distance from the after a short silence, "if Philip intends to Tho waltor scorned b'ewildorod. In having aii opportunity to try the ar- WESTERN OFFICE, door. propose to Julia it is quite time. I must itrlng, but " Jt btagg.tno jiriig;iti, peer, doo geongor, oue "Doo tlclo yourself. Mcltobetts D. H. LAMBERSON fc CO., ' "No honey, nothin very tiokular, just epeak to Julia about that young Graham haven free trial bottloof Dr. Boiauko's Cotigliand n State Street, Chicago, EL. "Water, water. A plasi of water." N. Y. "Waderl" to change my habilleraments, the a sweep visiting her so often, I have submitted to Lung Syrup for each and every one who Is afillcted ARMORY, "Yoj, watar, plain wator." th Conght, Colds, Asthma, Consumption or any the ytrd and rub up the harness and look it thus far thinking it might hurry Philip, Ho shook bit head increJuloudy and Lung Affection; fetched two becw, two ginger ales, nnd a arterthe garden, nothin very ticular tho." but it's quite time there was a stop put to CUUK I'Ult sandwich. "I want jou to run over to Dr. Cligney'a it." of eigh. Pile nre frequently preceded by u and stve this notetolenry Graham." to be continued in ouk next ; Tlaouis- Jo-iUillings: Wbeu I so a man with n In the tact, loins and lower part of the abdomen, want me to run yer ssj?" said Sam "Yer nmrkod oxcontrlclty, I nm reddy to mako n be has somnntr.-ctluTHAT HACKING COUQU can bo so quicklr causing the pititnt to snppote nager that the oxcontrlclty iz about nil wiih a deeply injured look, "I thot jer At times, In tbe ciupalnt concerning our cooks, which For ot tin l.ldwys or neighboring orirnns. curod hi KMloh'i Cure. We guarantoo it. tuaro Iz ov hint. k no wed better than to ax a man of my i raiitoms of Indigestion are present, nt flatiilonrj. never seems lo e ten m the jears go by, but on sale by Tcnny A Mc A lister. WOtURH. MADE IK THE BEST MANNER, BY SKILLED uneasiness of tli stomach, etc. A moisture, UUe the contrary mhu lo we In volume, we wonder aeto tun, bin that' allu the way with of inus who and ibe it has not recurred to perspiration, producing n, cry dlsagrwable Itching, complaint uennitdtbleiiniy 'fey have onewsy of BEslElfiBES THAT OUa G3CQS ARE ALWAYS BEUAJlf, mn.v ov ooixo west THi: REV. GEO. H. THAYKU, of Uourbon, thai youog folks. I'll walk tho." hands. Ono Ploco of Solid Stool. "lioth tujself and wlfo owe our live af'T getting wuriii, is ft ery common attendant. remedy! g mniifrs agouti deal in insoii. with a to Colorada Pr New JUxUc, fur pure air to relieve Chatty pre'sed something bright into Ind., lays; Consumption Cure'" For salo by Pen- Blind, Billing mid Itching Piles Wd nt once to tin An ncive half hour lliieo times a day to Shlloh'. Range In NO HOLES 0R,RIVTS TO WEAKEN THE BLADE.. CoMUiiiption, I alio inl.Uk. Any Remedy, which nets "HomeComfori" Wiouglit Iron Cooking application of Dr. Iiownko'a Pile his band. prepare the ny A McAlliter. the kluhen Is all ibatls nqulrel would Pr. noauUo't Cuiijh ami Linijfejriir' for BENd'fOR CIRCULARS. directly upon tho parts nfrcteJ, absorbing the most subi' Hal iumiI wlihnut fjtuue These "Thantce honey; I'll walk fast, most CoMtimrtlou in all lt flnt ttag... It nerr falli ld only from wagons by ITCH cured In 80 minutes by Wol ford's Ea Tumors, nllaylng the Intense ltehlugund affecting a celebrateil lUnges are REMINGTON AGRICULTURAL CO. n unw making bcado,uar-ttrsrvllvf la all cae of Cougln, Cold, run, so I will," and Sam hurried off. te ei Lotion. This never fatls. Bold by Penny ptrmaneut cure, l'rlto 80 eents. Ad4res the Dr. our iiuihorlxeu talMUirn truly. Somiluit. Vur CUtet and all nffeetlone that are 1 I.I ON, X. Y. ralni in the Chatty walked elowly in the same direc & McAllster, Druggist, Stanford; also by M. C. Bosnko Medicine Co., Tljua, Olile SoU by McReb-irco.. wp.ominr iron . .eouiUlerwl primary to Cotiiumptlen. l'rlce, Wccutt fct. 1 tu A Stag? ion, until half way lo the IV. wher nn- - A V, N. Williams, Mt. Vernon. Hew York OOlcc, 118 Cunmbers i-- Stajj. onl Sl.OUI. Sold by JIcKoUrts THE BROTHERS. .( ' n !." READY FOK THE WAEEX M'EOBEETS & j tete-a-te- te e til m PHARMACISTS. iit JEWELERS. TAYLOR BROS S.3T- TT. pvd FAMILY GROCERIES d, HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY 1 jlr cen-t.ema- 1 FIRE INSURANCE. ; -- PHILIPS, hu-mi- ,rv. $ MONEY tMDE! $ kMAi j&fiSifVllii - I 1 I persons-cipccla- 1 ROU fE. FILL fnsh-iotmll- BBC SCORES, bed-bug- s, WliltP WOHPflrW EMINOTON IFLES-A- occn-slou- ," SHOT GUNS. Buchu-palba- E.Remington&Sons: N, 'ln.. fff REMINGTON SCOOPS, SPADES. SHOVELS, this Hrou-cuti- at ti 23-- Loul-.Mo- 1 fit;itl ingly and still the Innocent occasion of much wrathful commotion among the offi rl cials, we found ourselves in a great room A ViiittothoOaitleof Obillon Graph where heaps of portmanteaus and satchels June 20, 1885 Siwrfbrd, Ky ically Described. let us into the secret of the situation at once. They had a little revenge in most ALWAYS I'KAISINO THE LORD. thoroughly ransacking us and tumbling W. P. WALTON. as much as possible, At last we were re- "Pjtosr-ECPoint," Landoch, N. India, bestowed in a rumpled condition in our May 12th, 1885. Wr. Vilas, the Pontmaater General, does compartment and ofT, to be again rummagCONTINUED FROM LA8T ISSUE col believe in making hie department a ed at Modane in crossing to Italian soil. It The wind was rather cold on deck and and ita 40,000 aere politicalmachlne is a great inconvenience to travellers that only cousin Judie and Will faced it. The and 100,000 direct and indirect em the world is so subdivided under different rest of us contented ourselves with look p!oyee,a lot of bencbmen for n political ownerships, treating all comers as intru ing through the spacious cabin window at Kbit!, regardless of the interest of the serders. It is asensationsuicenerls. also, to the lovely scenery and making dashes up vice or of the people. The republican parstand looking on while a perfect stranger stairs when the boat touched at landings ty has used it to advance its interests and roots suspiciously around in tho compartthe cutting and the decrease in speed m-.tint accounts for about all the scandals ments of your "Gladstone," upturningyour breeze more tolerable. which bare surrounded the service. lie clothing, jewelry and dressing material in CONil3TlN(l OK. Glorious from even cabin windows were lainks this is a good time to break up the the most reckless and ftrollUr way possible the eyer changing charms of mountain and EVENTS. MOTES OF CURRENT notion that the poetmasterships are the pe and by every action mtkin; you feel that lake. We did not repeat the blunder collar properly oi politicians anu mat evhe is in temporary pscsuon of your prop R. T. Merrick, an eminent lawyer, is Vernon and I made last summer by going erything must be subservient to their con- dead at Washington. erty. Indignation, remonstrance, kick, by the proper landing J of a mile below venience and purpcees. Continuing he says: struggle for a brief moment in your outAt Louisville, Philip Bellmyer was walk lbeliee, of course, that the offices as a given 14 years on two charges of attempted the castle and then having a raged bosom, while the man of routine from the next point where the boat touches Tula should be given to persons who are in rape goes on with bent head, peering, poking Wagons, back to it. Instead of walkIn accord with the views of Administration, The Kentucky School of Medicine, of in order to get Boa.l diving, wholly absorbed in his employment ing the J, however, as most do, we charted but there should be some discrimination young Louisville, graduated &c. all unconscious of the storm he has raised a skiff for 5 francj, the round trip, and d bo as to secure the person who i8 doctor. just above him. He would be amizd if Hon. Horace Burchard, Director of the rowed up to Chillon. It was a delightful you collared him. anost satisfactory to the majority of the community in which the office is situated. Mints, declines to resign. It is probable way to go over the blue waters. Will took Near Modane we met a train filled with one pair of oars and our boatman the other Instances bave occurred in which an entire that he will be removed. soldiers, and halting opposite on different The library, 3,000 volumes, left by the and the little craft spun merrily along, pro- tracks, one of them Btarel at George very community bave supported one "man and lie number of Congress insisted on anoth late Dr. T. S. Bell, has been purchased by pelled by strong arms. Landing under rudely until sho drew the curtain in his These Goods are all Strictly First-Clas- s, the frowning battlements, we clambered up from the Best r and gained bis point. This, I think, is the Polytechnic Society for $1,500. face. Whereat a roar of laughter greeted level and chaperoned by Bjck has been appointed to to the Thomas wrong, and will not occur with my knowl Manufactories, the discomfited gazer from his comrades, in the same guide, saving the same things in edge and consent while I bave anything to succeed Georce W. Dent, brother-in-lathe midst of which the train moved cfl. my." All other things being equal he will of General Grant, as Appraiser at San Fran- in a wearied, protesting way, as if he were We were 30 minutes going through the tired to death going over the story, we cisco. differ to the recommendation of the Mont Cenis tunnel, decidedly the king of John Kenney, a negro prisoner in the leisurely "did" tho famous old keep, in the punctures but that individual's endorse throuch this solid earth. I am AND- cseat will not always suffice. Mr. Vilas is jail at Cynthiana who tried to kill the dep- pleased and horrified fashion that alternate told that the engineers did not miss their uty jailer, J. B. King, was shot by the lat- as the varying objects of interest call up fully imbued with the spirit which measurement more than a few inches in the changing emotions. Bonnivard's column the desire for ter and killed. President Cleveland in meeting in the heart of the mountain after At a result of the recent earthquakes and the rusted Iron ring where his chain a pure an honest sdministration, and is re workine from both sides, a wonderful tri in Cashmere, 3.0S1 persona lost their lives. was fastened; the condemned cell where the wwlveJ toarsiit him to his fullest extent. umph nf engineering skill. So far they bave made few if any mistakes. 70,000 houses were laid in ruins, and 33,000 grim old Duke's prisoners passed their last WITH A OUAHANTEK. Oo tbe French side we got a lot of exwith the nig ht on earth; the gallows room, animals perished. quisite moonlit views of the approaches to "Lawlessness and murder still run riot still in place; the posThe Marquis of Salisbury has accepted ancient cross-beain Howan, Lttcher, Knox and Bell coun-tr- the office of Premier, thus making an im tern door where the bodies were shot out the tunnel. We reached Turin at 2 in the morning. and there seems no alternative but for portant step in the settlement of the Eng- into the lake after execution; the torture Its railway station is the handsomest in wo the Governor to send troupe to the scene lish political tangle. chamber in the story above, where rack , jj-taajj. ,,, IICB. Europe, perhaps in the world. Oae is asand subdue the rascals or shoot them down irons did their awful work: the excitement over the killing of and red-ho- t The like dogs. Governor Knott very commend-abl- y young Schreiber, at Nashville, by three po- Duke of Savoy's bed chamber; his Duchess' tonished at the plate elans mirrors and su tried persuasion on them and endeav- licemen, has grown yery great, and $5,000 bourdoir; the royal reception room; the perb frescoes in tbe waiting rooms, more befitting a royal palace than a railway sta ored to stay the riotous proceedings by an has been subscribed to prosecute them. chapel (no man likes to be without "his tion. We had a weary 4 hours waiting therr, to their manliness and citizenship appeal Williim Jackson, residing near Greens-bur- religion" to sanction whatever he does) the At G off for Pisa and Genoa. rd these having failed, coersion is the onInd., was fatally injured while plow- black gaping well with 4 stone steps and Alas for "Sunny Italy." What a huge Will Guarantee to Save yon from 10 to 25 ly means left him and we are glad to know ing corn, the plow handle striking him Per Cent on every Vehicle. Give 80 feet fall on sharp knives at the in then-- an joke it seemed. More disagreeable, villain us r Call. that he is equal to the occasion by holding the abdomen, causing death in twenty-fo- ur bottom, hacking the poor wretch to giblets; ous weather could hardly be conceived than Iroope under marching orders to move the hours. then exit, and glad to get out into the outmoment they are demanded. The lawIt is predicted from Frankfort that er air, under God's blue sky, that looked that which enveloped us as we drew out of breakers can and must be suppressed, if it Judge Bowden, of the Superior Court, will down upon all these horrors, and still looks tbe old capital of Italy and stuck to us all takes every soldier and citizen in the State. be the successful candidate for the Court of down and makes no elfin, while as bad or this memorable day. We shivered and Hines, who declines to worse things are going on. Thank God, toasted our toes on the foot warmers, look The silence on the part of the newspapers Appeals ed out on the forbidding landscape, drap run again. one day it shall cleave and let the glorious coccernirg the Hon. Philip B. Thomped in raw mists and adorned with a driving millioGround was broken Tuesday for a King through, who shall right all wrongs son, Jr., was growing, serious and we n-dollar Government building on the and banish wrong from His redeemed earth. rain storm and then with one accord burst were beginning to hope that that much It was too corner of Fourth and Chestnut street, Lou- We quitted this horrible old placewith its into an immoderate laugh. individual was to be allowed to re' Ever in Jesu, isville. It is to be completed in 1S90. of gloomy as- good for Sunny Italy." concentrated superabundance tire from public view, but here cornea a Geo. O. BAKNEi Five negroes, four men and one wo- sociations and so few that relieve the dark 'Washington dispatch saying that ho has man, were bung by a mob at Elkhart, Tex-a- -, lines of the picture. VERNON DEPARTMENT. UT. just won a case with a $5,000 fee and this Monday morning for the murder of Mrs. We gathered some ferns and moss ( ill will serve to advertise him for sometime. By Managed brJno, B. Fish. Randolph Hszell, the preceding night. clambering out of the boat and up tne jagFor Coal or Wood the way a man who can make a $5,000 fee G 5raao-a- L The dry weather ban caused the meadRound-tritickets from Louisville to ged rocks to get them) right under the Dar be glad the people in a single care ought to , n inyrr i ai i ju ows to be almost a total failnrc. TMi Hinge 'i Extra Iteirj d,1 tho Natirnal Teachers' Association at Sara- - row , windaw. 0 Hannivard's nrison refu?ed to continue him as a Congressman, 1" The church at this piece will probably fji 1 jI li ejpn toga springs bave been on salo at This "prisoner of Cnillon" has been emmmJm T.L1,11: ".?." ,0f 'foot, t a salary of but $5,000 for a whole year. $10, good going July 0 toplaced re Wrought Iron Hody ni 13, inclusive; re- balmed In Byton's verse, but I am not sure make arrangements for K'der. J. L. Allen rjtendi umirr .?" to preach during the remainder of the entire P r,uln? IUoge. Automatic Imsth of The Rev. T. U. Dudley took several turning until August SI he haa not been made too much of. I am Oven Shelf. Sl..n rire Unln,., usees in the Century Magazine to discuss Link Banks, a leader of the Letcher not sure that he was uot a pestiferous mal- year. mi twt tentett. Nickel naineplite, Tbe board of examiners for this coun".I'1 Kn subject, "How shall we help the negro," county outlaws, was instantly killed at the '"" AJjUllil.lB IJe iMf auJ ill laoJem iwt,rure-luent- i, content, who gave the old Duke of Savoy ty will examine applicants for certificates while Ptck'd Sun disposes of the question Whiteeburg by J.H. Frazier, whom he at- a lot of trouble, until the "fortune of war" in a lice. It says the best way is to tacked on an old grudge. Binks had killed threw him into the unsparing handa of his to teach in the public schools, on Saturday, hn,?' f,rrrKf' with Heiler tut water Water iiox er Heater extra. June 27tb. leave the hen coop and melon pstch un- three men since Jan. 1st. ' old master. Then the iron "times" did the te??CZ?!"H2ilsTvrWBE taaV Miss Mamie Kelley has returned to guarded and let him help himself, and even Buddenteick, the cheap contractor who rest. Very likely he would have treated the Higgins, of Mies Annie the reverend gentleman can not gainsay uuut nouses in sew lone witb sand in- Duke in the same way had he been the West Virginia. H. HIGGINS, the roundness of the argument. stead of mortar, has been sentenced to ten stronger. Who knows now, whether it was Kirkiville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. S. W. Pariof this place. SPECIAL AOI.NT, The ChicJjjo Xcus thuc sizes up tbe little years in prison and to pay a fine of $500 not "0 of one and J a dczin of 'tother?" Persons knowing themselves indebted for tbe killing of a man by the falling of They were a "bad lot" all round, in those Stanford,. -- Kentucky. .repumator: "lbe once popular and to me will please come up and settle their a row of his rotten work. rough days of "strong cords and short Mahone has shrunk away to accounts by the 15th of July. I am com The action of Secretary Bayard in shrifts" and nothing but tbe gospel can ench an extent as to be almost invisible to pelled to have the money. F, L. Thomp sending the Ircquoia to Ecuador to back up make any of us any better now. FOK SALE, the naked eye. The present administra son. the demand for a release of Santos is reWe wrote postals at the railway station to regard bim with the same W. K. Ramsey was nominated by the A?. iioneeems A DESIRAM.Emrri.UNra as the best evidence that the Ad- before AND 6TOIIE-bou.- e the train came. haughty indifference with which a well-bre- d garded republicans of Laurel county to make the wwtineU. Hm l,ulD, !at.on ministration will protect American interA h"aia cigar-kit- e The lower Alps were still covereJ with race for tbe Legislature fromLaurel and gentleman views a Only Line via fn '"bd i'MreMlDKorir" ests and American honor and will not hesi- the winter's white, and so we had a "snowy Rockcastle counties. Doc. Golne is an in I'ljlngitonceto T.J. VinliHTKituitv IM'ui in the ku tier." HtitiDQej, &y tate to interfere again and promptly in Cen- range" that in measure compensated for dependent republican candidate and says Bo wej.l an informed paper as the New tral American affairs if the occasion calls the invisible crandeur of real peaks. But be intends to run the race through. The York World should blush to make Buch a for it,aa does not seem unlikely, in view of 8TANKOKD. KY. Baltimore, Philadelphia and Nenr the Himalayas will more than make up democrats bave not put out a candidate mistake as to speak of the Rev. Sam Jones, what is now transpiring on the Isthmus, losses. yet. The Teachers institute for Rockcastle W. P. WALTON, - . Propriotor fot Alpine York City, en "the colored Southern revivalist." Sam-- MTII TUBOl'.ll- -' We had a good dinner al Lausanne; Mens county will be held on the 27th day of BlieofHtage'JOxJO. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. " Kentuckian, by gawd sir," and as Eltht complete eti of Beer- uel is a Dufour and Frank meeting us and the lat- July and will be conducted by Prof. W. E. "J owing capacity, Includ Cf ci lerr. too. Lancaster. Heaaonable ratei to (oou attraction!. hesiands over six feet in bis stockings, Mr. AAAtm making himself invaluable in the 20 Lugenbeel, principal of the Southern Indi Only Line via John Graham obtained license to be ter Pulitzer had best stay on his side of the minutes we had for our meal, getting our ana Normal school. married to Miss Jennie Benge. B)th are lls when he wants to call him a negro Blclitiionil, Old Point Comfort (Mrgcla tourists' tickets properly viseed and counThe Brodhead Graded School. residents of Garrard. Hold) nnd Newport News, tersigned; laying in lunch for the night, Ore of its old editors, Mr. J. E Murrell, To tbe Editor of tua Interior Jourcal.J The wills of Jos. Baker, Achilles n In connutlon with old Kotolul in Mrimihli to has taken temporary charge of the Columgetting our baggage stowed in a suitaThe graded school at this place taught and Garland King were admitted to and .MeiuptiM, Tnn., Not. 11, USI bia Spectator and already it shows the ble compartment of the railway carriage. by Miss Allie Carson, closeditsa present probate in the county court Monday. I touch of an expert. Iu editor, Mr. Rillin all of which enabled us to eat in peace and term on the evening of the 19thof June, lltiil have trleJ BraJfieM'i IVrnile Hegulator, and It ptenII0, anJ all you claim for it. Mrs. Wm. Forbush died suddenly of Hart, is a candidate for the Legislature say "adieu" unhurriedly. with a successful and interesting entertainAnd Merchant and .Mirer Menmililp I.lnc to Ke'r-tcfully, Maitik A. I.onn. nemorrnage oi the lungs xuesday evening. t rod haa neglected the piper till its appearBetween Lausanne and Geneya an oblig ment given by tho pupils, consisting of Burial at Pleasant Grove cemetery WedDue West, 8, C, Not. 17, JJSl. ance was an oje sore to every lover of neat nesday. ing old S:etchman gave us what informa- song, recitations, dialogues and inetrumen I nave uieUone Uittlcof your Kcma.e ltrgulir typography. TbrougbTialna fr in Wlnclieiter, Ky., to ml can recommend it to the public Workmen began laying brick on C C tion we needed en route. Mt. Blanc ttlll tal music. The occision waa largely atbeing a lbe dlteaiei of women, Everythiko mean nan been charged Stormea new storeroom Thursday. The bad his head in the clouds, and reluctantly tended. The admission fees at tbe door KANAWHA PALLS, Vourt truly, Uktkb tiNim gainst members of the Illinois Legisla building will be two etories and will be we gave him up after leaving Geneva, amounted to 52133. The exercises were WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS ture except rape and now that cbarge is used by Mr. 8tormes as a drug and grocery From Geneva to Culcz we paid 12 francs varied ahd lasted until 12 o'clock. We Teii, Not. It, ibSI. And I baye lcen taking your Female Hetjulator otlur Famous Virginia tfpringa and Pleasure extra for 1st class accomundation, there must make spe:ial mention of the rendermost made against Representative Jones, of store. aai ltmorti. tblnk It a great medicine. IIbto recowmeuJiJ U . Tl Mr. James E. Murdoch, the celebrated being no 21 on the train and we not wish- ing of "Kin? Bruce of Scotland," by tne to r.auaoipn county, wno is cuargeu witu acveral oi tay friends, who lure uie4 It with Hunting, Flahlng, IMthlngand all Undi of with intent to outrage Nannie Jonea, elocutioniet and dramatist, of Cincinnati, ing to wait for a later one. So we sped out elocution cla?e, and the seven young ladies most happy remits. fur the touiUt, Intend or aiortnnan. lull line rum through thn Allegbiuy representing the seven colors of tho raiu-boo 12 year old pae, in the State-houe- e Voum truly, K. M. Wiuilkv. at gave a reading at the City Hall on the of Switzerland. thebjnkaot rtv.ri and terml- evening of the 23d inet. He was greeted who were Mi'ies Kiltie Butner, Bin- Friday, Feb. 20. We crossed the fronKpringDeldj Wfitervllle, Texts, Not. 11, I SSI. by a large audience who were delighted tier between Switzerland and France at da Tate, Boxy Barnea, Jennie Collier, EfBe .SKA NIIOKI-:- . Hating uied your Female Hegulator with meat TIIK Keiley, of Richmond, Va., seem1 to be Although lb Bellegarde and then again the frontier be Crawford, L'zzte Harron and Lnura Van- - luccew, and alio tho Mother's I'rleud with tbe Obwy.tMon Can on Day Trains ItcguUr first-- f in bad reputo with the foreign governments. witb tbe entertainment. auie result, I tend you mr thanks and mt with-os- . i?,Mi,,e.k.1u KOU,'for ""I-u'- er and all nn I Italy refused to accept him as a Minister yeais of age Mr. Murdoch ban all the fire, tween France and Italy at Modane just be hook. Their recitations and scenes were extra ex peine. Fur full Infbrma. I think every feuiile should know or this and his voice is as strong, clear and reson- fore arrival at the Mont Cenis tunnel all most splendid. We will alio say that the Ikkiii lo woman, namely; I 11V '!""!; nlyilofM dlcloalMprlngi, from the U. S, and now Austrialollows suit. ""Ii1 ' KradnoM'i Female Heguor"f!i?ii play entitled 'Pumpkin lildge," we ably lator and the Mothtr'a Friend. ''C' 'Ilcl,, Ac-- . iH on Sorao remark about tbe religion of the ant as that of a joung man of 25. His the same night. W.'li'v.'uOHKHTjJ, . W II WHirn.tMKY, Hwpeetlully, Mr. Javas Tiiovi-so.nWe had quite an uninten'ionU "fow" displayed by Alex Jliirst, Grant Sicilian, countries in a ki ech many years ago is repertoire embraced the tragic, the pathetTirkut A. ii', Trov. rnwetuer Agt . ic and the humorous nod his renditions with the Bellegarde ofhclal, owing to our T.J. Ctt', James Hardin, Boxy Bunes, J K' I.lnto.-i- , (in., Not. 10, Uularfile, Kv. &4 tbe reason for not wishing his imi. ctven .i !"' !!"' w- I bave been uiln yourKeiiiale Heulat.r fur wine were all superb. He ii a grand old man. When the EtTii Crawford and fcVlie Rowland. Mr. riiM.hll. presence. ignorance of tbe language ManiKer, (len'l PM'r Ag'i Kl.hwii'i YlmlnU. Miss Nellie ; Marr ia visiting friends train arrived we heard psrtcra shouting, Cress and Miss Birnes reprcsnted the two time with the belt of results, and Had It to be Jint A koloueu lavyer was called by Judge II ( I.DWAHIiS, what you claim for Ut friend. in Jichol.isviIle. and llev. W. I. Fowle and but suuposed it to tie the uiua! noie of characters from "Pumpkin Bidge," Ui' Wtj'c v Agent. Ciiicliirmi, O HfH!itlully, R. 12. Thompson to pecupy during his ab-n- ee JJrs. W. L. Huavki. . . 'amtly and Miea Bettie Jones are at Dri,p announcement and sat Hill, tenoning mat were attirsd to suit theoccirhn. Tbe Cy the bench of tho city court of Louitt-tillCol. Ram Miller has pone we made no change before Modane Where clone, edited by Miwos Crawford nnd Vareeuatantly rtcolTlng tuib vol mtary ti. and the latter is receiving much PK fcpunga to Cincinnati on business. .Mews. Will as the order was for all to get out and have Rowland, wan a decided hit. The train timony. jraiee from the colored people. It was the RELIABLE SELF-CUB- E fc'ttnd lor our Tromiw on the DlMaiei of Woir.f n, Vauehau, of Cincinniii, and EJ. Vauchan. luggage eximined. I noticed an officer to "Muro," by Jamoj . .Ifa'rdln, Miea first time that a black man ever acted a mailed free. AddrvM 'av.orl" prescription cf one of thi F.A. of ShelbyviUe, are visiting their father. looking very wrathfully at us, and even Jennie Collier and C. C. Newland, was very UlUbl noted and aucceaaful liBAnriKLt) Heul-datoiculge in ttc 8ttte. Co.. Atlanta, 0.i. "..'; " 'nflw retired for lliernrnnfupeclallsts Rjv.T. M. VauRhan. MIm LHHe Noel, thit be seemed to be addressing eomn word amusing We could mention many other 31 M,oor. HVofciiViiinniT OernS "in, For sale by DH. M. I.. IlfjUitNi:, Stuf jrd. Ajtek July 1st, the heavy postage tax who was reported convalescent, is now bjiss-fu- l playa that were rrjually inrecitations and personally to our party; ba'. bjlng in Addreii DR. WARD & CO i Loulilant, Mo. oa newspapers will be relieved by 50 per ii ill, wa regret to say. .Messrs W. J. igaotanco of what it wis all abou, we teresting but iVorit would he intruding on n?nt. Last year that class of mail matter and Kobt. Kinnaird went to '"l.lenthleJ .1 Louisville stared innocently at the inJIgnant gentle- your columns. SjfB:e it to say that all "1 ( II jroucbt n revenue to the department of Wednesday. Mi's Iloneywood Hutlman In IU! sKFI TOntrtfx Ufiao "' li. ir I it ilanI.m !' . f ,lllo man in "peg tops" and went on talking did well and muoh praise is duo Mit Car The Stanford Wooltn Mllli are no lougtr Iu oiIII! .... i b..i XT1 tl umr niiiiiuiii j uiiiiuiu Bivauaruit-p- l Jwt inursday lor Winchester, where she cheerfully. At last some porters came and son for her eflijieut trUntng and the pupils eratlon, uor hava they been lnec February, 16k !. V ciuitsirle.urc, CM , . "iiii iinusj , of ,, JCZNTUCICV oiun up anomer cacnuce u, wii ba ,lie M R. h beijan to haul our pircels off the shelvM of for the manner In which they all acquitted No one liauthirlatd to contract dobti for it pi. I JH J!rJ the Uti et ! j (ba Jordon of murder none wl" l0 I''1 nM authOiiitJ by the J'reii- ui lit an now rtnki in "fV"n .A....I tillw.h.,nW Hnnbln- .- ""lEabrr. Mis Kate Lindram is vWt the carriage in a most unciretnnious way, themtelvw. The next term of school will dent, OTer hit ligsaturt'. amoiii iha tadlj MaUl. Tkk Clnolnnatl.HKl unci A.rtlitul Mom. ing her alster, Mw. W. G. Danlap at Nlch-huvociferating aiitrlly and untbnlog at us to b:!n August 3ht , under the snpervieion L. SMITH. wiJJe for killing SalHe Saunders, wUt.j J. . Jit' ! 1. 1 ST r. II, P Ohio. JK . .l.lMl)r.i-fl.U- .1l.r J, Ti, lira olssville. onder- - of MI AIKe Cron. with an ax. J. H.V. he cut oil SMt get out. Folbwitig cir baggage TrtiiUrt, Sw5-8BeeHfi3nteriorIonril poet-caste- Va., Xctc$, Claude Swanson by name, published a denunciatory article on Judge EJmond Waddell, recently discharged from the U. 8. District Attorneyship, charging that he had sold himself to Mahone for office. The Judge thereupon challenged the editor and disappeared. Bat duelNts usually mtnage to let the officers find out about their com ing "nfTtir of honor" and the Judge was arrested and bound over to keep the peace. The editor also had to furnhh bondsmen and instead of a noted duel the matter ends in a police court, juit as both probably wished it would. These "dead game" Virginians are not always as brave as they advertise themselves and many of them resort to the "code" for the purpose of being brought before the courts. The editor of the Hanover, GEO. O. BARNES. BUGGIES, BUGGIES, BUGGIES! OUR STOCK IS WOW COMPLETK, -- de two-mil- e ex-er- fifty-seve- n Carriages, Barouches, Phaetons. Buggies, Surreys ' Jaguar Buck Boards, Carts, draw-bridg- e ani--sat- Are Sola on Tixoix Merits. ,., r, Cis -Pj-- ffr g, cl' vice-Judg- e BRIGHT CURRAN. THE LION WROUGHT IROX RANGE, i V p ,. ',t i l,n K2S3&j5r1aC?'iH W. m r PRIVATELY. half-smok- ed OPERA HOUSE, WASHINGTON, Pullman Gars. Living Witnesses Testify. Al-le- OSTON. ' ltl . lt Moun-lalm.- n-'- "" " 1 FREE! V..i....l. W a - Mr -- ri.i.. to-d- sy. "'' 1 I i d jjKoii.Ou, Khuit Jahs and Cms atT. R. Walton' A Did line of fruit Uriuht A Carrn'. jira and cans at Stanford, Ky Juno 20, 1885 LOCAL TIME CARD. I. iff. 1 The best hay rake on the market and only $20, for sale by Height & Curran. . !. Ill II Mall train going North, Kiprmilrsln" " Norn.. ' The joto li calculated on standard time. tint li about 20 minutes faster Mouth. LOCAL NOTICES. South, )! .. J280 .. i n xt m. . 2 03 A. M, tfolar ..i o trip tickets r. M. the Masonic celebration at Kichmond r. m. morrow for good to will sell round TnE K.C. to to $1.35, return Monday. months before the Stanford Female College ought to open and no one has been Hcured to take charge of it yet. The Truesteei should begin to stir them-selve- It is just two s. Buy your reboot booki from Penny c The cool wave has been succeeded hy a McAlinter. Watches and Jewelry repaired on ihort hot one and yesterday was ai warm as it notice and warranted by Penny & McAlis erer needs to get. During the cold (pell ttr. Buy the Haaa Hog Kerned-- , the origi- htrvy frosts fell in Michigan, doing much damage to crops. nal and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl-frier. A complete dock of Jewelry, latest ntyle. Kockford watched n specialty. Pen-n- y A McAlialer. FAnMErtf, Keau Tina. Go to Dr. M. L. Bourne's druc More and get one package of fiam A. Clark' Hoc Bemedf. If you are not iatifled after ulnR it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL. The Farmers National Bank has fitted up an elegant directors room and with the aid of paints, carpenters' work, Ac , has made Its banking house one of the most desirable in this section. tory brick building just erected on Lancaster street for Col. W. O. Welch, Judge J. M. Philip and J. B. Paxton by contractors Allen & Allison, is now ready for occupancy. It is one of the nicest Improvements that we have noted for two The handsome Mn. II. P. Miiiiileton, late of Tenn., wai here yesterday, Miw.T. II. Demaiiee, of Louisville, is with her cousin, Mrs. W. L. Dawson. Mn. Ben Haulah, of California, has been on a visit to Mrs. Weiley Kout. Mm Ada Formi, of Clereland, O , is Tinting the familr of Mr. T. J. Foster. Mrs. W. IS. Mu.niielle, of Metamora, led,, his joined her husband, the Professor, here Mrs. "V. G. DoNLAr and Mis Lillie Messick, of Danville, are gueeta of Mrs. J, II. Hcxker. Phof. J. N, Piutmer, of Harroda-barwas here yesterday to make application for the College. Mr. and Mrs. Hour. IIahmko, of Danville, were here Tuesday. One rarely eees a handsomer couple. MrswRg. Will and Joji.i H. Craio have started on their usual summer tour for Ab. Ktrshbaum A Co. Hon. G. M. Adams, KegWter of the Land Office, wa here Wednesday en route to his home at Birbourville. New-comb, many a day. Kememiieii the 1'icnie at Lutherheim to morrow, "uoi leetie Uerman Hand" will furnish the music, several good speakers will be in attendance and a fine dinner will bespread. Wethank Mr. Albert H. Zollinger for an Invitation, which he also asks shall be extended to the public at large. wore white flinnel and escurial lace. The groom Is a eon of Et quire L. B. Adams, of the Wert End, and for two years haa been engaged in businees at McKinney, Texas. Heispossesied of moral habits and good business qualifications end the keeping of the bright, young life which is now blended with, his, is apparently ia safe hands. That he may ever fully appreciate the trust she has Imposed in him and that their days on earth may belong and bappy, we join their many friends in wishing. After hearty congratulations had followed the ceremony, the guests were invited to an elegant lunch prepared by the GilcherBros.,of Danville, and in which they fully maintained their high reputation. The table was beautifully prepared and the happy party did ample justice to the tempting viands with which it was loaded. The bride was the recipient of many costly presents, among which was noticed a beautiful watch from Mies Eugenia Peyton, a diamond ring from Mies Julia Peyton, a set of jewelry from Mis Mary Peyton, a set of silver from Dr. J. F.Peyton, ami a check for $100 from Maeterson Peyton. Most of the party accompanied the bridal pair to 'Squire Adams' the same night, where a reception was given tbeui. Several other entertainments were given in their honor and their week in their old Kentucky home be fore leaving for the Lone Star State, will be a bright spot in their memory and we hope they will always be as happy as in those delightful June days. OANHLLE, BOYLE COUNTY. g, The present is an exceedingly dull time in business here and there is a general complaint of hard times. The farmers have nothing to sell and money ia scarcer than for years. It will take the new railroad or something elrc to revive business. The creamery made 200 pounds of nice butter yesterday, the largest churning yet made. It is paying farmers much more for their cream than they can get by making it into butter and they are beginning to realize the fact. Country butter is a drug on the merchant at Lancaster at 12 cents. Wheat Judge Burch tells us that he will get !e than 10 bushels of wheat from 20 acres and that the entire crop of his neighborhood will be insufficient to induce a thresher to come and get it out. He and others are arranging to return to the primitive method of using flails for the purpose. By the recent readjustment, the salaries of nearly every postmaster in Kentucky holding a Presidential office, have been reduced from $100 to $200. Danville is red tic ed to $1,700, Stanford to $1,300. Somerset to $1,000. Itbnoon and Mtdtsonville are alone increased $100 each, while Lancaster cae to be a Presidential office, which weans that the salary is le than $1,000, in wbich cate the P. M. General appoints. MR. J. B. McKinney, wife, Misa Jen- There is absolutely nothing to report in regard to the Chesapeake A Nashville railLOCAL MATTERS. road. We say this in answer to a hundred lUNtions a day about it. Capt. Spradlln, very ohesp. T. K. Walton. Tin sets who has been here for several weeks, is New good just received by Edmiilon A looking daily for orders from Mr. V. mmer-ma- n. He has looked over the routes by 0ley. McKinney and by Huslonville and reports Sadler's cradles, uiowinpblades, its , at both of them good and practical. And, by Iliight A CurranV. the way, the McKinney people are doing A laroe stock of clothing to bo closed their level best to get the road to run " o dt very cheap EJmiston & Owsley. through their town. of Ht'titLAND will have her usual lth The DoiTOin at C. O The meeting of J jly picnic and her people are making the Kentucky S'ate Medical Society at great prererations for it. Crab Orchard Springs, we learn from Dr. Bailey, who was called home yesterday to Ls a row between Will Huff Harris and AND attend Mr. William Tucker, is attended by Armp Petriy, a few day ago near HighMrs. S. C. Truehcart as Lady PrinciLAND. STOCK AND CROP 150 members, most of them in in of high abdoland, the former cut the latter in the pal, standing in the profession, and the occaelon Corn for sale. F. Keid, Stanford. 3 t men indicting a revere wound. Aided. ly one of the most Competent and Experihaa proven a most pleasant and profitable Wheat ia now transported by boats enced Ueulties Intbebtate. rarcntamay rettat-lure- d selling over one. Yesterday the election of officers for A LADY in this county after of moit from Cnicego to Buffalo for one cent per daughters tbe all that thorough training ot their In pertaini to m(n,l, manners $100 worth of strawberries, put up for the ensuing year was held and resulted as ana rnorau, i eoiuiuuiea to our care. lowest rate ever made. bushel, the as to Kor catalogue containing Information winter use 25 bushels, (we don't mean follow: President, Dr. J. P. Thomas, A peculiar and fatal disease has broken (emit, Ac, addrec gallons,) of the succulent berry. Pembrske; Senior Vice President, I. S. out among the cattle in Bath county. The ItEV. C. POPE. Mllleriburg. Ky. Or UIW. 8. C. TKUEUEAKT, Stanford, Ky. Shirley, Winchester; Junior Vice Presi- dieease eeems to effect the head and lungs. New Store. Mr. 8. 8. Myers baa rented dent, H C. McChord, Lebanon; Permanent belonelng to the Interior The Allen Bros , have bought the the s INCORPORATION NOTICE Secretary, Steele Bailey, Stanford; Aesis lambs of a number of farmers in this secbuilding and will open next MonJournal tant Secretary, F. Dunlap, Danville; tion at 4 J and 1 for July let and July OF THE day a full line of confectionaries, fruits and Ed Alcorn, Huetonville; Libra- 20.h also attach an ire deliveries. green groceries. He "ill CO rian, J. L Taylor, Warren county; Board In Louisville good cattle sell well at cream saloon of Censor, Dr. Willis, Winchester; Dr. 4 to &.20 centr; common are dull at 2 to 3J; A correspondent writes that the people Harwood, Shelbyvllle; Dr. Poynter, MidKnow all urn Ly thete presents that we, the over the way; Dr. Reynolds, Louisville; Dr. Letcher, bogs are active at 3 CO to 4 35; sheep are underilgtied. John W. Uvlmrt, Heary KulUr, it, of McKinney are much excited firm at 13 to 3; lambs are in demand at 8. lilte, U M. Lasley, P.. It. Uroniugh, Janus Hire, and M.J. Harris hT aociat'd ourselves inhuman treatment of a little white girl Henderson; Dr. Seargent, Hopkinsville; together for tL purpoie of forming a corporation, The Dr. Willi, Chairman Committee Arrange- 2j to 4J who is hired by a preacher there. under the provisions or Chap. 86 ot tho Uxneral B. entitled ol the Mate charjei are so severe that we withold ments and Credential. Winchester was & R. Lylc told last week to Mattingly statutesCompanies. of Kentucky, the corporation d The name ol Sirunia a pair of work mulea for the further investigate the (elected m the next place of meeting. Dr. shall he The Kentucky Heat Fender Co., and Its name until we can handsome price of JSS0. It U needless to principal plitte of business shall lie in Crab Orchmatter. Reid writes us that tho older members of Lincoln county, Ky., and tbe general nut ore say that they were good ones. Lebanon ard. business to ho tranra ted ly said corporaof the The Stanford Lodge of Odd Fellows, or the society say that the present is the best Standard. tion Is toiuftmifactureand vend It. S. iiito's Patent Heat Fender Fruit and Clothes Dryer. No. rather about 40 of them, went by special of the thirty annual meetings that have A Cincinnati paper lays: "Two car of Letters Patent, '.'Oo 917. Patented August 13, train on the K. O. yesterday to the Odd been held. 1878. Tue amount ol stock authorized to loads of watermelons from Florida arrived holisucd In tbecame capital corporation shall be of the' , Fellows picnic at Lexington, taking, now sixty thousand dollars. (?50,lo) divided Inthia morning, consigned to housea on Front to shares of ono hundred dollars each. When MARRIAGES. with them the Gold and Silver Band, com- hundred dollars ot the stock shall have street and they are on on the market at ine Prof. Yesterday at 9 A. M. by Eld. John Bill poeJ of the following musicians: leou subscribed and lully pild up, tho remaining fifty-sithousand, one hundred dollars of tbe capDr. L. F. Gibson, at the residence of the bride'd fa- $35010 per hundred. W. B. Mundello, J.T. Carson, as shall be Woodcock iVlIelui bought lamba of ital stock Directors Issued at such tunemay the of said corporation Hoard of P. L. Baker, Dr. W. B. Penny, ther, Mr. Fielding Thurmond, Mr. Jeder-so- n Huffman, by unanimous vote at never less than one G. D. Hopper, John Rancy, Robt. McAlia-te- r Davis Jones and Mim Calien Thur-men- d Will Severance, J. F. Waters, A. A. War hundred dollars per share. The said corporation and J. E Bruce, preeent delivery, at 5 Is to commence business June 25, 16S5, and to conJohnston, C. were united in marrlngo, Mr. and ren, D. H, Carpenter, T. M. tinue In hiulness for tbe period of twenty-liv- e The tialn Mrs. Jones then drove to Danville, where cents and Tom Woods bought W. A Hail'd, years, unless sooner dissolved by a vote of the maC. Carson and E. C. Walton. GoocL'h and others' at fame price. " jority the fully paid up capital stock. 1 ho afleft at 0 A.M. and was to return about 3 they took the train for a trip to Cincinnati fairs ot said corporation shall be conducted and The Jones Bros., have purchased 12 -- managed by a Board ol Directors composed of flvf, and other points, Our heartiest congrat-ulation- o this morning. anil suii llnard of Directors shall bo elected by 000 buihels of bluegnsa seed at 4S cents, stocLhoMers annually on the first Monday lu are extended. which the directors of Tun manner in March of acIi year, and until tho first regular At the pretty and eery residence of the to be delivered the 1U of August. Sam election of said Hoard of Directors, M, J. Harris, the Kentucky Heat Fender Co., have gone Kidd Hodgkin sold to Lexington parties a II. II. lltonitigh, Henry Fulber, John V, Holmes t, bride, Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock, in L. M. Lasiey shall ronstituto and compote, the to work shows, they mean butdnesn in pnir of mules for $323 and one mule for and of Dtrectursofsald corporation. The ottueis Hoard ten dv on the pretence of n number of immediate of and their trm of said cojporatlonsba'l bo a Prtsllent, who shall r Winchester Democrat. $127 50 ttt m manager, and a Secretary anl Ireaiurer, trial allows they know their fender csrry relative and friends, Kid. W. L. Williams, shall said officers ol In a short but imprewive ceremony, bound Jo. Bond (old to J. B. Kale, of Owen andannually on thesaid corporation March bo electol each first .Monday In conviction with thein. Their first ship ed 21) head of 2, 3 and bold their cit yeir l v the Hoard of Diree tors, and to aro elected The idea of together the ho.uta and livet of Mr. Green-berr- y county, ment has all been engiged. until their nucewors respective ollkes Adams, of McKinney. Texas, and tie at $2150 per head. Last year Scutl andiiualltled; and until the first regular election making the cook room ai cool m thu parIlia prsoni elected Mia Emma L. Peyton, of thia county. At- county produced over two and a half mil hs said olllcern and untilflronaugh shall hold shall sufferthe havo qualified, H. II lor is a capital one for the benefit of Manager, M and inter- tendants, Mr. Hufua Adams and Misa Ella lion pound t of tobacco a good showing olll-- or President and Secretary and J. Harris ing women nnd aB much curiosity Jobu V. office Georgetown shall bold thehold theof for a new tobacco county. a offlea of 'Iremurer of said Ilnluunhall est in "the how it is done and what the Peytor; Mr. Calvin Carpenter and Misi coriwratlon. The highest amount of Indebtedness Peyton. The bride, who la a most Tiuiex. fender looks like" id evident, they will to which said corporation shall at anytime subno Winchester Cour.T. About 500 head ject Itiell shall bo ten thousand dollars, nnd the from loytly and accomplished young lady wnd erect one In Stanford upon its arrival Indebtedness shall bt Inclined except by cpecUlly the Indies an artist of rare ability, was beautifully at- of cattle on the market, a very few of which unanimous vote ol tho Board of Dlrcctois. The the factory, when all, brought prlvtpropsrty of the stockholders shall bo 50 head of for whose benefit it la designed, will be in- tired in while flannel nnd Oriental lace, were sold; fruin all corporate dtbts and nubilities. Hail with diamonds and natural ilowore, and a $53 0j per head; one lot of yparliog) eoM at In testimony whereof wo hereunto subiLrlbe our vited to examino It. Mr. John M. naiiiwi, this the 18lhdiy of June, 165 riiguod S3i) pound eraooth steers . M. Lui.hV, U. II. ItHOXACail, raw the ono demonatra'.eJ In Crib Orchard, aha stood up to becoina the wife of the man $37.70; 17 head of , Jambs Illeie, 1 J 00 pound John W. $4 0 (&ve his order and h en'.huihstic in tho of herchoice, she w a moil charmlnj; and brought $32 50; 3 bead i. si. Hits, Hksrv I'l'LRin, M. J. UanuM, ntereU'ng n'c'ure Toe brUe'anU'a each pu twt. mute. m m nie and other members of the family are spending a few weeks at Dripping Springs. Mr. A. F. EVAS8 is back from Mass., looking exceedingly well. Study and baked beans seem to have agreed with him. Mrs. Geo. II. Brite and Howard have gone to her sister's, near Hyattiville, for the benefit of the latter, who ia recovering from a malarial attack. Dun. J. F. Peyton, G. W. Bronaugh, Steele Btlley, J. G. Ctrpenter and Hugh Keid are attending the State Medical Aso-catio- n meeting, in reMlon at Crab Orchard. Mr. JAMraC'now, whe is now in bt J1 Tear, is rapidly declining and his death lie has is likely to occur at any time, been one of the staunohest and best citiiens that the county has ever had Cam-bridge, ' The Louisville Amateurs, who were defeated by the Dan vl I lea last week, have strengthened themselves and are coming back next week to try it over again. Wakefield & Hudson bought Wednesday of Garrard county parties three 15 hand 1 inch mules at prices averaging $153 each. Same firm sold to a dealer at McKinney, a pair of horse mules at $290, A tie ladles ol tne Clemens House got up a Mother uoote tableaux Wednesday night which was attended by a number of little folks. Misa L;na Smith, daughter of Rev. Green Clay Smith, contributed excellent music for the occasions Mr. H. E. Wolfork, late of Louisville, has taken an interest in the Adiocale, of this place and will be business manager thereof. Jas. R. Marrrs has received his commission a- - poetmaeter and will enter upon bis duties as soon as Mr. Linney returns from Musouri and turns over the office to him. Mr. Jas. F. Zimmerman wifl be chief clerk in the P. O. Henry Fry wa. fined $5 and costs in the police court WeJneday for hitting a colored friend in the head with a rock. Henry says the friend called him the son of a female canine and that is why he smote him. This morning in the same court I'res Btrbee was taxed $10 and costs for permitting an old sow to run at large and while so running to invade Mr. G. D. a garden and destroy many vegetables in the same. Miss Mattie Smith, from lower GarRELIGIOUS. rard, and Miss Bettie Bradley, of Lincoln, Rev. A. S. Mofiett will preach at Crab are visiting Miss Lucy Myers, this county. Orchard next Sunday at 11 A. M. and 7:30 Drr. McMurtry, Danlap and Johnson, of r. m. this place, and Dr. McClure, of Junction The Minutes of the Southern Metho- City, are in Crab Orchard attending the dists, just isued, show a membership of Medical Convention. Mr.S. G. Boyle, of the Advocate, left on a business trip to New net increaee, 37,127. York Wednesday. Col. The Mazirin Bible sold last week for A. Fisher and Mis Mattie and Mrs. James have returned to is the highest price ever Danville. Mrs. H. E. Samuel has returned $19,500. This from a visit to relatives. paid for a single book. The new Christian church at Camp -"- Prof." Willie, of which something was bellsville will be dedica'ed next Sunday recorded in the last contribution, was brought here by Marshal Helm to see if a by Eld. Jno. S. Sweeney, of Paris. Rev B. A. Dawes will preach at the criminal prosecution could not be institutBaptiet church here Sunday in the place of ed against him for bis pranks at Junction Mr. Bruce who haa gone to the State Con- City. It was finally concluded that he had done nothing to render him amenable to vention at Mayfield. Rev. J, E Triplett will preach next the law. He told your correspondent that Sabbath at McKinney, at 11 o'clock a. m whisky always did make him imagine that and at Richard's school-hous- e at 4 v. M. be was tbe ricnest man alive and that be intends to let it a'ont-- in the future. and at Smith's school-hous- e at S o'clock r n At Berea College during the past M. there were matriculated, colored puRev. T. F. Garrett closed his revival at Corinth Sunday, wbich resulted in 33 pils. ISC; white, 12G; males, 174; females, 133 conversions, 17 made perfect in love and Tbe Castleman Light Artillery, of 41 additions to the Methodist church. The Lexington, will start on Saturday for tbe Lexington Gazette. great military encampment at Philadelmeeting ran 11 days. Dr. Eaton, of Walnut Street Baptist phia. cbuich, has made a calculation on the SEW ADVKBTISEMESTh. of Baptists, growth and contributions which shows that if the increase continues, in 87 years even body will be Baptist; and rpolt HALE A tmall 1'arin, well looted, tool JJ liDdi from 120 to ISO Acret. Call on J. S. if the decrease in giving goeon, in 91 years Miirjilir, SlanlorJ, Ey no prnn will give a cent for CorUtianily. Rjv. W. P Harvey, of Harrodsbure, MAMMOTH will present the b;-- t annual report of work ever done in Kentucky. AMERICA'S GREATEST WONDER He ha raied $600, employed 3.J men, 10 or more of your Write lor 'ui ialianJ eflected 001 organized 35 SjnJay-ichool- ?, lj to rlilt thla interesting Cave. Season ticket to Cave free to summer boirdtra. Tlie conversion among the scholut, sold bibles looleit summer reiort known. Tliermouifler AC and books to the amount of $1,00 and giv- Idesr-at tbe mouth of cite A good band In at- tindin'r. en away $300 worth. II'. V. CO.VSTOVIC, Letxe Mammotn Cave Hotel, The meeting at the Methodist church Care City Ky. in 11 confessions and an ha resulted eo addition of 0 to the church membership. MI LLKKSBCKG The christians have never beeen so warmed up nor has more interest in the cause of re ligion been manifested here for some time. This ropular school tor young ladles will lie reRev. H. C. Morrison is an earnest and ef opened, under entirely new auspices, fective speaker and is aiding the pastor, 1885, K;v. F. S. Pollitte, in a work that ia teemWITH ing with good results. The meeting has now been in progress three weeks and is Rov. O. Popo, of Augusta, Ga., as President, likelv to continue for some time. Ma-han'eea-sioSun-dsy--h- THE CHEAP GBOOER T. R. 'WALTON, DEALEttIN - CJ And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line Yon May Call For. IN ADDITION TO OUOCEKIES AND i'EOVI-IONS, HE KECrS Tin-- , Glass- - and Queensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. Canned Goods from the Best Canneries of the Country. For Bargains, There Is No Place Like the Corner of Main and Somerset Sts. H. C. CAVE! RUPLEY! test In tbe market, nbicb will n I hate received and Mill receiving NEW GOODS SPRING & SUMM ER CorupriilDg tbe tr City or Country. !t Gotten Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Nono-iGive Me n Trial. FEMALECOLLEGE SEPTEMBER 9th, H- - C. BXJPLEY. WHOXiXSSAXjE PRZOXSS ! Over 40 Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagons, Over lO Farm Wagons and many other Gootfft to lie RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES. tore-roo- KY. HEAT PENDER Too Many Goods on Hands; Trade is Dull and They Must Bo Sold. GEO. D. WEAKEN, .Miiiiuiucturern' Agent. Incoi-porate- 'The Bourne from which no Traveler Returns Sick." CATECHISMS FOR OLD CHILDRENWho is the oldest man " Dr. Brown Who is the wisest man? Col. Fountain Box - thirty-n- x 1 Ouuds, 5pw.tru.les, Articles, Sh.w-cisMixed. Paints, stationery, Toilet Articles, 1W, Slates, Ac , Ac, Ac. Foobltt. Who is the luckiest man' fcott M. Joa, (Lis Who Is tho nandsomeit man 1 Dr. Ed. Estcs What three couples aro going to marry next wife has triplets.) Who ls the aharp;st person week' This Is a secret, but Dr. Courno wi'l tell Tbl ocs who iti'i with yours truly, till tbe cowa cota uom All Tho want Who deal with Dr. Bourne? M. L. llOUKNEi good goods and cheap prices. Aik Lueteu Who is Ben 8. Swope's sweetheart AT THE NEW DRUG STOHE, Lailey. What does Dr. Bourne keen' He dwn't kttp any.blng; he Kits til kinds of Medicine-- , Taney STANFORD, KY. ' ear-nea- l7 S, A W1A2S11 UMDERTAKEK, AND I-Tniiiitii- e Ej-geni- Moi-vh- need to po to tho larpo cltlc to make your purehitheR, no tuRliei what quantity or ruitflly you want, an lean ami villi tfcujiHcuto any prlccH you can obtain clftewliere, frelRht hclng added. Afcn a full assortment ot Collins, Cuts. KhroutlM and Holier, embracing nil the New Styles, both cheap nnd expensive. tVaro roouw? opposite St. Anuph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. Full ami complete tiHsorinint of Furniture, embrncJns from tho Clieniest to the Fluent Parlor Suitea, .No Lealei' in ! ig Y" THE " THE ARTIST POT-BOILER- iWING SONG. William AltlBRtan in MatMlnccf Art. Hwing, smg: swing, sine I Here's my Throne nnd I oiu n King I Kwlng, 1:17! swing, slngl Farewell, Ktirth, for I'm on tho wing I AN WASHINGTON'S TREES. A MIGHTY AN ATT lor ." FOREST GROWING WITHIN THE CAPITAL CITY. m tu tbe iiPccHlty nnd ol (ailing a OtiTentlun lo nmrcd tlio the number of Constitution end 'o to rote fur KcprcwnUiivt. this CIUITBlt tsklej the test of the jood poplol (.onunoiiM-cMt- LUMBER YARD. HutIdj opeuo'1 up a lumber yird In the rear of our utorc, wc ore now 1 V' """ ' '' - " M crtln WHO TURNS OUT IN TEN OIL FAINTING MINUTES. Low, high, here I fly, Like n bird through sunny sky! Froe, free, over the lent Over tho mountain, ovor the sea! Up, down, up and down Which is way to London town Where, where, up in the) nlrl Cloie your eys--an- il now you ar there I A Splendid Sclieiuo fur Providing Slmdo Tiers mid IlonutllyliiK Clio Streets Successfully Cnrrlcd Out How Clio Work Is Done. WMhlnKton Cor. New York Times. Tblsliralih-glvln- g Summer Iteort will U under my management thli eemoii, and as It li entirely Standing upon the dome of tho capital nt refit let I nnd relurnlihed, I enn promleeiuy patroia this soasou of the year one overlooks n vast Soon, soon, afternoon, romlbrtaa well as health. Hoard, frt ei week, labyrinth of leafing trees probably per meal. M cent. l'io of double cottage. 1 7 Wr Over the eunet. over the moon. In extent, variety and symmetry in week. Will hare a onreyaucs nt the depot to Far, far, over nil bar, (Chli-ap) . meet paateugera. Tribune. any other city in the world. In n fow Sweeping on from star to start A. I.. Nl'OOXAMOIti:. "A Certainly I know what a years our capital will become No, no! low, low! r' id tho forest city of the nation. Tree nil K'' itil Sweeping tinhta with my toe, Tliuii Hi.tl the stranger, regarding Ui Interaround you, in platoons, In columns, in Low, low, to and fro. locutor with almost n resentful Air, os if no ranks, single, double, and quadruple, they Slow slow si w slow. Without Change and with Speed UnMvalec imputation of Igncrnnco had boon cast upon shado and ornament with their luxuriant AMI MIMllKK YAItl), him. The two woro standing in the doorfoliage not only the magnificent nvcuues WHEN YOUR GIRTH INCREASES. On top of the Knoba. cloee by J Carlcr'a CIrccery SHORTEST AND QUICKEST' ROUTE way of a Stota street where fa'hioii takes Its daily airing, but room, ore. regarding, with mingled feolings of curiosity Kstrii Wol.lit To II Curried Tliruu.li All equally the fqimlid nnd unlmpioved streets, rR'll lotliMtLSliiTUB . inhabited by tho vory poor. Thero nrotroes nnd nimtsement, "an unrivaled collection oi t'oori: a wiiviUtKii, rvoin-ivtoi-HChe Lnlmr of Life. oil painting," whereof tho putative author of ninny varieties tho stately Per all klmliof general Lumber, Shingles, .'c , Sir Henrv Thompson In Nineteenth Century bulMeri tkl others tan not Hod u iwlter uiaikol tn olm; symmetrical, tender-lenve- d were among tho most celebrated nrtists ol There is that occasional visit to tho tailor, wit themielves. Our motto la "(lood Material bebut-tonesprawling, much Euroro. Tho stranger Lad been moved bj who, PUllMAN CARS lor llrtwounblo Kites." IHMtotUre adilreia, llalli tipe in hand, announces iu commer- Carolina poplars; tho spectacle to mention tho nbove-nnmc- i rare sycamore', lisp, Krcial monotone to the listening clerk tho var- nnd distinguished-lookin- in liveries of white; lifting Lmlu Ii... I, Montgomery AtlaMa havancab, g subject. He went on to say: ginkgo, Jaikt-nnll- e, Mobile, and NtwUrleam. ious measurements of our girth, and con"All thU stult U tho work of gratulates us on the gradual increnso thereof. their paro trunks heavenwnrd, like loftys TJ10UNDALE HOY ! nnd. with n discursive sweep of his right He church spires; soft, green, umbrageous BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA his well, tho jieoplo's favorite nnd gjneroui, hand, ho took in a heterogenous group ol nnd never in sir, life saw you looking sobolow In Palare fan Without Change you nro anothor inch "fancy, bror.d-leave- d years old. Ii regliteretl No. 1IITH In the A, .1, bad marines, lindens and catalpa. Four tropical, nn1 your armpit" a good deal below "since C.C. Itosik, will eeree cnwa at S't. Ills alio U Land-peermore striking sight iu Wash uuforglvablo copies of Bonheur nnd There is no SHGRTLINETOTHE EAST Inst year!' insidiously intimating thnt In anThorndale J.1; g g i. IUIra MT, g g. B. i. M. l'r ul ilstllie In I'alirdCan without cLanre There was one racrilegius caricature be ington thau the Martin. Imp , Nv Hit and dim Is Julia Inflld other yenr or so you will have nearly as line conter of onemaythe seen by stnuding in cirAll that stull', sir," tho inof unnll parkp, called of a Turnor. No lllR, g d. Kelly luglsJ. No Sill N.ira, And you, poor Imp . M'.i. vailftka M; . Irer llaron IJ7I, lnil dignant critic- - repeated "was done tmdei u Chest as Heenan! than hnlf willing deluded cles, situated nt the Intersection cf fometiiiies EMIGRANTS .slncko?K,h,r,o.r,i victim, are more nll b deemed lulltr Alii iHil, Victoria, Imp ,H; Leulee, Imp , '5i. nlimsllnu ti great stros by eight or ten streets ond nvenje', und then An 1 now I wil) leccivc special low ratei an I ltnl in a tuiu of net lew tban olm that your increa-in- ; sin is n:i jorjuiva-leVAlli'K.yTlUt. 2Mf J. a. letting tbo eyo range along the rows of twjntr nsr morn than fifty do.ltrs for each and tell you what that 3't Agentt ol tlii c mpsny fot ratet, mean?. A potto increasing health nnd strength, c, or write C. P. Al V.OHf. G. F k T.rentei Stanford, Ky. A. of tunny species, of similar eteryname thus improperly enrollnl. which b boiler is not, ru you idiotically suggest, out as your wifo emphatically takes growing trees Loulnvlllei, Ky. '" v who boiU pats. Ho is a spjelo of mechanic height nnd beautiful which raJinte mat be rrevtered In aur Court havlnx Jurlxllclloo that view, and regards your augmiutiug from you for miles aspect, directions, like and shall be for the Iwmnt of the common Hhmls. iu all (or nrtlst, ai ho would prefer to b portliness with aid AwMor iImII lie goverued In all cites by tee approval. called) spokes from the hub of a wheel. And one laws then In force to crevMit lllemil toting. SiM who manufactures painting: LKH T. HUFFMAN. Ten years have now passed nway since needs only to notice sjme hot August day column written In a fair, legible tHtnrer, shall I for this anl similar market by tU you were 4D, and by weight 12f stone a tho pedestrians dodging from tre to tieo to retoriMl, with ald AMor Ixiok to the Audit- I will deliver Ic' to rrgutar cuitomeraln Stanford HUUO BON MTANKOUl), KY. yard, pieco or dczen, according to contract. fair proportion for your height copy of tall and or, Hho ihall makeoiii it U3c South ilde ilaln titrevt, two doori above and build. andviilaltt tvery morilnf at He is of two kinds, gregarious or solitary. Now tho blstering Stair, the Myeri Hotel. you turn tho scalo to one stone more, escape way whero tLo sun, the horses picking erHlt same In theoHUe ol the GeneralofAsicu- Tho former work in groupi at large facto- every ounce trees shade the street, in be reported by hlui to the next their POUND l'are.Mlroui UxlJa Uai aluilnlitered when reONE CENT PER of which is fat extra weight quired. and little chlldron continuing their piny at tiy ries in Now York and Philadelphia. Here to bo carried through nil the labors Accounts duo at the cloie of each month, or of life. ( 3. It shall be the duty of each Aweasor In they string up a row of canvaises in a con If you continus your preent their grateful shelter, to dietary and noontide beneath they havo an important orlie for the rear IssJ. lefo-- e he shall have etter when customer nultl. , ij.tf Thon the veuiont ght DM. W. n. PBNKY, It, K. HA II HO, I gooi habits ond live flvo or seven yesrs more be convinced that ed upon tbo duties of bu otBce, to ro b fjre the public health and over tho lot with a X)t of blue, nnothei tho burden of Ihe folluolng Dimtlrit. ' fat will b) doublol, and that bearing upon your correspondent comfort. Judge Iof the Cuotr Court snd make will ralthfuHv The.o facts led with green a tnird with red, and so on tIL Insinuating tailor will be to hunt oath d solemnlv iweir that I 8TAN)KD, KKNTL'CKT. stiil congratulating aeeitsln thenumlerof ijuallBed irwn to vote up ono of the originators of this tho canvasiJ are nil covered with land- you. Meantime Oflre on .sue titer street, r eat doer to Imti-rio- r you 'nre '"running the race provement, Mr. William Saunders, groat im- for llenrccnUtltoi In the dlitrlct wr which I bft scapes, etc., according iw It tiappjus. The of Jlfo" superinJii (twit. otTli - urSie bom i fn,m s tall a. lieen chosen Aesor for Ihe year IsSJ, ana will figure of speech less appropriate a result is thrt veo lowest grade of work, to you at the tendent of the propagating garden, depart- caretully retort the time In M.andltoSr u. Aneilbetlceadu(iiUIrdwbe return d by presjnt moment than it formI5(-lyr- .) by the nrit day ot Jlay, 1S. Drewod Pine Flooriug, Ceiling, Weather nrreaaarr. which sells at wholesale at from 00 to K wns handicapped by a weight which ment of agriculture, for information, and meat Alienor cttax Boards, Finishing Lumber, Green Mr. Saunders imparted these facts: cents a copy. Theso Lero teem to be ol erly ( C. Said Aiieswraara hereby re.ulrod toex-a'- makes Ineon ealh as to his right lo vote Ur ltpren-tatlve- , 00,000 trees iu rather a higbor grade. They wore dono bj nscentJ active movement difficult, Lumber in the Kougb, including troublesome, respiration thick and of "There are nlout Our streets arethe streets any perton of whoe right so to Washington. tho other kind the solitary provided AiieiHir has auv doubt whatever, and voteiuch Hi panting. & MISSISSIPPI R. W. anr one Laths and Shingles. is a genius in his way. I think I can find Ibuievaiuined whoaball knowingly swear falsely Not one man in fifty lives to n good old with 123 miles of shade, exclusive of arks attohlitaldilghl, Iw liable te all the paint you ono of theso fellows at work if you care ago in this ami public gnrdeus. Wo Intend that Kor the convenience of our cuitomert is Stan-- The condition. The typical man of graded street, whether inhabited orevery and penalties of the ibill . to- Wmt crime arranged with to come." not. AtrMO ihall write oppxlte of perjurr. and everr ford and vicinity we havehli SO or IU years, still retaining to tbe name el each n respectable to keep on yanli an It. UVni'i'ii where they can get It asioetnuut Tho answer was a prompt expression oi shall hevo nt least two rows of vigorous person thus iorn tho word "iworn." amount of energy of body and mind, is lean ai cheap as of our I.nmlr, wlllingnesx, and tho stranger led the way tho wider link eillmaic for T. Itiball I the duty of tho pecretary ol from indirect, lie will also wo and spare, nnd lives on slender rations. growing shado tps", ami many of Mnglo will fill on abort one weekly any bill hot tn hands, which to a tall building on Randolph street, at the Neither your heart aveuuos contain four. Set out in tile, Slate to have Dili Act advertised In newnuner In each couotr o' the C tn mo n Wealth notice. Jtr.liVEX tV if.t fin, top of which was found a. little, dingy room easily nnd healthily,nor your lungs can net twenty-fiv- e d feot ajwrt, our trees would being oppressed by the Norllmeit and Sjuthwest by Ihe way of Lily. Ky. preceding the el r containing tin paraphernalia of a paint-sho- gradually gathering fat around. from hero to New York city. Planted lor lo- ami weeki, nearly or next pipers or thetltyef Inoueol tbe dally J -- A.U.'and a jacket inclosing a tocau-- you continue to eat and And this in n grove, nllowing only twenty-fou- r foet Iou'iille fr thirty dan Immediately ret1" . r.ori.SVIfaLl-:orCINCI.NATIdrink as man. Tin latter was hard at wjrk on a you did, the trees, thy would tbrreli and In eery county said Secretary ihall or even more luxuriously than you space between door a copy canvas rapidly approaching com- did, when youth nnd activity disposed of form a foret covering SW acre. Our caue to e oted at tho l.avtog Chllanoo (or at lean pletion. Around about wore numerous that moiety of food which was consumed maples alone probably number 23,000 n of said bill, printed In hand bill form. Ur UlUS lieille ai.l (lntnnal mate four ("HHtutlTc weeks be'ore such election direct fonnecllon at Ih.Me points "lib Ihe l.tibt- completed works of art, some of them not over nnd above pretty sugar orchard with which to sweeten i A. Tbe Public Printer Is heret.T rciull--l OrruetTK what the body required for nlng Imprest on Ihe Ohio A MiHlesippt Ut dt Probably no other city print hre hundre-- copies of the Fourth, Klllli and yet dry. In the corner was a placard the public temper. sustenance. lnuii and all pninti Wet. oil while you wait," rieeiloDi "f 'till Ait, anl then deliver to DANVILLE. - - - KE7TTUCKY, lxlh "Paintings,!!! Such is tho import of that balanco in the world has provided so ir.unitloently theSecrrtar) of tatc, whie duty tl ihall he to "n,r '""" ''"'evliie or 'lnen-ITH in usos oi wuica mra expiaiuea later on. of unexpended aliment which your tailor mil systematically for its citiznt in tho two hoari ball to -- t Iju's, to the various Couoly Clerki; and Meals are irved at all hou's. Ciaue alwava on Tho artist know the stronger, nnd was will- and your foolish Tills city Is the pioneer tramintt tbrm du'y of lueb Clerki to pUee them han.1 and In matter of shade. mmsoa, oysters fresh neh, and ilu-lia- r lulcker than any other line giving our passeegeri ihall l the It friends admire, and tin nnd lit lime for raeali ami nrit choice of eeati In tralm ing to bi seen and heard while he worked gradual disappearance of which, should you most successful example of tho applica- piomptly in the baDdiof eivh Axeaeor of tax lr delieeelMtervedlnali ilyb' and en ihort , It notice, lookout for the sign "Ww.lbln lleatau-rant- " gulng West. and talUoi. recover your senses and diminish it, they tion of arboriculture to tho improvement Ihe ymr l1S5. In their retptrltn rouetle half alt the duly ot tbe Public Printer to and call when you are hungry. "Yes," ho ojnn, "I am what they call a nnd ornnmentation of public streeU be- win uepiore, iiair irigutening you this Ail upon a mp- l2Hours Quicker JXW.V anl aoy ' When carrying out the extensive scheme Mint flee ihouwn.l '. U. .UA.Stf.Mltil.1l lilt .V i .. and it don't make me feel bad ts back stui your old habits attain by Ihe .S reUry of rariheet and delirer them to lianvl lie, .y. mr fiwiii ' ; bi uiivi' admit it Time was, though, when I struck "You are growing thin; what can saying. of public improvements about the year 1S70, .siie, who ihill forward tb nne tn tbo Coenty bs the surh numtwra a out for the name of artist and matter with you?" Insane and mischievous great complaint was made Lecnu-- ) of the Clerk ol the varloui co'inslen In )ll Acl for path pmvMeat lent twomeloof to yearnings like all had the destruction of shade trees In the proress of volli'g rrtcnic. anleald CMkuball .lellvei Ihe other delusion. bjginnew. But only a fow sje their atreet grading. It wns suggested to the au- Mtne li Ihe rherlffr other ocet actlnc ii llar ambition roallzjd, and I was on) of A Marker's History of the "Muciilno Clip." thorities that the city's parting should bu ibereof. ar. It irull i tbt Huir nr urn Alwaya wiIm- I have concluded of std Act at each or iher ncer t l at nie Thleflne young put into the hands of n skilled ccmnu-siothe many. Tunnk God, I had wnisa enough tCiilc.. Herald Interview) place lorfjur week peine in the m.I elntlon and to letter e a limit! number ol mare at the low Con to see it beforo I starved for the waut of "Well, this down east Yaukeo went to who should plant quirk growing trees to another ropy at sniee i her ultbli uldlc .lce pelcr ol glory and bread, an 1 turned my time ex- work on the mowing machine Idea, In two supply the placs of tho-removed, nnd In laid I revlo't; an.l any crnr-- r ailing lo e tbe duili preerrllril in this Act. avall be clusively tj the latter. I am making money weeks he had his first machine constructed. thus quiet public dicontent The suggestion 0?E.1iT XDOXiXiA-IsiS- l With ail LI net at for ret failure twent) dnlai now, but (with an involuntary sigh; I supHere Sam,' he says to t!io brush boy, 'I've was acted upon, and n parking commivdon 8n'l In any Cou t hsvlng JurKllciloo tohetecit-ern- l Which money I will expen,l on hli education alter pose I will never bo nn artist." got a little mowing machine hero for cut- was nppomted, who should act ns an : ). Thla Set ihab take rllect from lt paU4. tne swwoh la o'er by placing hiiu In the hinds of St. Louis and Intermediate Fointi. During this nuuologu the spanker's hands ting hair, approved Jiuuiry IU, ISSI. Mac god Mkliile horae man, nulr to ileaI ly hli'i an' I want to try it bnrd to plan for and superintend eipect No I'orrlen! In hli galls, for ha has them naturalle. were as busy as his tongue, n itu incredi- on you.' The trial was made. But it wasn't the setting nut of suitable shade tree. Thesi iiiullMixTrniiH-fe- r Inexblblt him at the Talis. (llllKdgsis S sears ble he had planted a line forest on a success. Hair Hew all over the rojm, tho gentlemen were practical nurserymen. The : hands old thli Sprlrw. dark bay or brown. He was aired the edgo of a blue sheet of water, and chair was turned over, and Sam tcreeched annual expenditure for this detriment has high and a perlect model In lorm (Yhi uet t Ions ruvln In I'aloa lleput. SI. by one of tho Holed oid Ienmark family, cauwd tho foreground to blossom as a roe like a strawberry venier. You soe, the first been tls.000. The arking commission has Iull. Hubble'eOnTlme, 1st dam by one ot the grandest with trains of linet gji West, North wit and of several hues. Ho mod his left forearm machine was geared n little too strong, nnd not had tfte handling of the money, their ever known In any country, Cabbie a um Kutliwi. Iwrsf for a mahl-tic- k and scorned the use of it pulled. 'Dat'i na mowin' machine,' say duties being wholly nilvisory and superinIexlngto.a horse that hai taken more prewluma II you are going West to any joint, call c or any known Surgeon, Physician more than two brushes. Tue colors were Sam, says he, 'it's a potato disgah, dot's tending. During the t few years of our tkn anil aoi more coo.1 boraeij outhan therefore we wilki to the UBderilgb!. o, any liorsercsn will tell hsrie. mixed as thoy were nsede J, without the aid of what it am.' Thrt night Sam rosigned his administration tbo principal outlay was for Per fill and reliable labrmstloti In regarl to should Lot let tho itratni ol thexs two famllle '.and. Ac , Western Males, Map". OuIJm n palette knife. A pine tree was achieved place. The next night the now boy emit purchasing nnd setting out troi. As soon tundoan. Hli dam wai by Faulkner' losing and Uweal In the rates lor Tttketi and HoutssoU specUl aavahe wai by a single downward stroke, and two more with a white streak down the sldo of his head. as practicable two nurseries werj started Office on 4th St., Danville, Ky. America. I'nclo 1'eler Clentrylloyle coifsty. the OooJi to all pointi Weit call j or a.llr.n Third breeder that ever iluo-- In rapid motions draped it iu tin graceful ins third boy staid two days, and his and planted with the seeds of approved 1). II. ilUP. dam by Taylor'i Meeienger. Paiienger Ag't Ohio A Mlstlsilj.pl Itsllivav, hangings of a woodland vine. A primrose mother thon npprenticod him to u r. varieties of shade trees, and Ly this means liarrodibitrg, Ky on tho river's brim, a blotch of ocber was Tho fourth boy stuck nearly n of lato years we havo been able to secure W. W. 1'KAKiJDY, W. B. SUA ITUC, Purlec'ily to him, nnd nothing more. The stranger week and then joined a juvenile pantomime our ttccc at minimum price ami littlo loss. IMIcn autl Flisfiila I'res'l and Cieo'l Man'gr, (len'l Pan. Agl Cured. C. W. PA 11! "As the numbor of trees under cur charge Thli fine young Jack wilt also make the aeaioa remarked that ho workei without thu'ald troupo to play 'Hurapty Dumpty.' central I'aiienjer Agent Cincinnati, Ohio ofltotat my liable, ono mile from Stanford on of copy or crayon sketch. "But in less than a month tbo Ynnkoofiiad Increased it was found tbnt the boxing and the lluitonvlllrplke, at "O, certainly," was the careless rejolndor. his machine down fine. Sho worked like n proper care of those already planted ab"I don't need them. I carry my 'designs' charm. Just then the fanner enmo along sorbed tho funds to such an extent that only Ko Knlfo, Lignturo or Caustic $9 to Inauro a Living Colt. in my head; two or thre3 'fore?.' a3 many to have hl3 hair cut. The barber hitchol 2,000 or 3,000 new trees could Lo planted Usod. eteve Walker It a brown with white pol'. ' up his little machine and prancod around his 'Jistanoas.' anl skli. nn 'mUrnll.-innni45 cents Our tree box's cot us liaudi high, t yean oM and atd by good Jack nnd there's my outllt The difference is in head, making the hay seed and thlstlo down apiece, and by Wioir peculiar construction men tobe ono of the fineat boned Jarki In the combinations. Now, in this picture, fly like chaff out of a threshing machine. serve not only to protect th) treoi from Ha actlom like a horie, lulck and lure uitltie-r.;ras- n Itoute." toy, I have No. 1 sky, No. 3 distance, No. 2 'Good job,' says a farmer, says he, 'how outiido violence, but nlso nlford adequate Treatment Mild, No Detention Froa If you itronlie ui we will promise not to detain you long on the Jack'a account. Busincsj. fore, und so on." much!' 'Ten dollnrs nnd a (iwirtor,1 says support to the young troei against the high Shortest anil Quickest Route from Oen n. :. v n t nit is. winds which often prevail in this section Theartitt had already begun work on an- fio barber. 'What, SIO.'-J- for u lialr-cut- l' tral Kentuoky to nil Points florth, other canvas. and to which, from their itolated position, Yos, nu'sh.'ll out or I'll Ut the sic r East, Wost and Southwsit. "That placard I mm you Iooiug at is cno down two not hes an' mow your hair up by they are peculiarly o.tp)) l Unler favor- Cure Certain anil 1'rrniaiiQiit. Kait Line llelween to I often use whei I mike my tripi, Ye, I the root1.' He got his money, borrowed able conditions n tree box will last six or (Jure, Xo 1'nj. LGXI.GTO. A CIXCil.V.VAn go to state fairs nnd expedition-- , take n $l.V from another man, and applied for a eight yean. Tbo ompioymont of six or e in KfTnt Hay 10, IW botu, hang that sijn out, and literally pitent A patent was Issued nnd he trmde eight men with three horss is required, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 2W.033 in flvo years. When they first throughout tho working season, to renew paint pictures while my customers wait for N"o. 1 No. t, "lo. U Andthe Louisville Uiom. How longi Well. say uu minutes, came out the clips sold nt $10 each. Thon and repair the treo boxes alone. 8pecial Attention also Given to ChronCx Hud. Dally i; 6un on n small canvas. That sort of work they cims down to $7, nnd now they nre "It is nmazln? how many enemies a propic Kidnoy & Bladder Troubles, Courier- brings $1 n copy, or ii with u frame. only $1. Every barbmhop in ths United erly planted tree has to contend with in its Lvo. Covington 8 10 a uii 8 10 pui i 00 ptn Money in It? Well, rather! Five pooplo States that's worth having a painted polo luudlble efforts in behalf of public comfort. 10 tli a m In 4S pro 5 W piu Arr. larli piwrs for little One year for only 8:i-t- wo " Islington U 18 p mill aa pu. 6 lo p ta out of ten think they've got n, bargain nt has a clip, and some of 'om has n dcziii. Kvery runaway horse Is sure to fetch up more than the price of one. As well at all Dlieaiei to Women against a tree box, to their mutual hurt tho price. I've made $75 a day, with a our I.ve. I'aria It U a w 10 2i x w s ,' pm Arr. Winchester... W JO pu 11 00 bi Charges mod rate Ur N. can lit eonaulted free Drunkon and destruction. men oleuu proilt of $00. Two of my friends did llud in p ru Hy paying ui 58 you will receive for one year An Ainlcablo ArrniiBumort. " Kkhmoii.l 7 2 ZOOpui pir the them a safer and far more crnvenleut of charge and will bo luuud ai bla otteo at nil your home Uor with tho oven better at tho Now Orleans exposition " Ijticailcr t M p ui Slftlnjs.1 I r the next three mentbs ITexas tluiea representative newspaper of the South, democratresting placo than tho proverbial lamp-po- t last wlitjr, nnd there wasn't any crowd to " Itowlarel S t'l p m "How is It, and for a tariff for revenue only, and the leit. speak of, either. Whero does mot of my man to an old Uncle Hastus," said a gontlo- - Rain n.td wind storms In connection with Ey periuUalen he refcri te the tolkiwln? gentle, ic brlghtuit and ableit family weekly In the United l.ve, darky, "that you never mur excess! u growth produce n large i us pin Man-Hoilev, work go to? That's one of the secret) of ths riedJ" annual men: J :."..ludg- - It. A. lackey, r. Irwin, W. f Mates. Those who dcilrr to examine a saiiiplo Arr. llerei 3 Ju p m Areu't you an ndmirer of tho softer crop of accidents. Two tbouwnl tree were rd; Ky I. r' I e.. Turn Murphy. ". copy of tho Courier-Journao at this office can do " l.lvlngston... 6 A) a iti biz? May bo you know (to tho strauger)." .. .IhIhi M in Im Cok sex?" "I fo't er duel wunco 'bout or gal, prostrated In a single sutnmtir storm a few Tnupe The stranger indlcatel by his conduct as .1 II O Ky oal. sou" replied Uncn Kastus. "A duel" j ears ago. Betide no t.vo is exempt from iti u'tiiii, i Vr. It I1..1.11..111 , i.. nca r sy ; i 'i he led his companion out that he did No. 11 No. S No. 1 "Yes, ?ab; yenhs an' yeahs ago. III- -. Oh-Sam hereditary fos in tho way of bugi, beatlet, Walaer Ky : .1 .S. hum Jackson iu' myse'f wo bouf lobbod do same and worms. The police report dally all Jotin tm. rryauts'i , y ; .1 p. if.nlel. McKin-le- y Collin vs. Cucumbers. S 00 a ui Lie. Livingston. Kt ; it .1. Konley, I, Inn n. Ky ; lien 1. w. gal; we wore bof boun' ter gltdar, an' db mishnpi to treoi and boxes, nnd we kojp iChlcajro Herald M itiu it. Howilug n Ii. riup'N-iv- i " Ilerea do n am business ilimaxted in er duel. We bof wah w II Cin, There is a store on the uorta side which Is Arr, HIchHiond .. II e5n ui team busy throughout tho growing henson r ii Ky j Ctmrge '. I'lvl, Alee Ky n trifle nabvous, an' 'sted ob mo hlttin' Sam repairing damages, t.uch as a Mr occupied by an undertaker. Several choice Lva. Uiwlanl ... removing broken II IT kIsIiii g Kj., 0 I 7 IS a in 2'J tin ii I.ncntr .. h ootllus are placed artistli ally iu his show or Sam hittin' me, we brought down a . 8 Ofi n ui limbi aud worms' noUi. It requires a large mule dat wah staudln' neau de fence." uRgregato of labor to simply caw Arr. Ktchiund .11 00 am E. H. BURNSIDE, window. Some are men's .'izes and some of for a forC 00 a u I.ve, Klchiiiond cherubic dimensions. In t his win low, filled "And did you Ore again P asked the gontle-ma- est of 00,0)0 trees, for such It really it. DurUlnm 00 to very much interested. ' "No, sab, dot ing the plaining season, of with reminders which make all of us feel eoursj, a much ThiB Old and Well - Known Arr, Winchester,. 87 01 aa id Si If, a iu Arr I'arli 13 am was a vory vallyble mule, boss, an' we bof larger force small, this undertaker put a sijn. "Part of ii temporarily employed." Lexington .... 7 25 a ui 'I 30 p m 'i 30 put Hotel Still Maintains its I.ve. rarli window to rant," A inaicanw along who got kinder skeart like. So we eutorod into S 15 a m R 21 u m 3 3.1 po Lvo High rented a part of the, window paid for it and an anuricablo prearraugement." "How did Ajrr.jCovlntoQ L... 11 30 a tn G 00 pm 651 pta Iltitclior Illrd uud Sparrow. AND began moving in his merchandise. He was a you settle itl" "Sam tuk de gal an' 'greed 'Portland Preis. vegetable dealor, and plljl up cucumbers to pay fo' de mule, an' I hain't nebbor NATAVILI.E IlKANOir. What has become of the sparrows! FormIti Proprietor ii Determined that nnd other choleric truck alon?slls tbi cof- lubbolsence " erly tbo streots were full of them, tho bird it Shall be rfecond to no Conntrv Kb, 5i,rNrn;iri fins in a manner which rutllii the coffin Hotel in the State in iti Fare, houses anl the eaves of tho buildings. Now A I'cllnir To Uo Trailed. Dally Daily doalur. A lawsuit is on the tspls. Tho Appointment!, or Atten they nro Early mornings tbeir Dtf.roit Jounial. Ex. Huq.'Ex. Bun. health dopartmont will be called uiwn to de rroceodingc drove sleep from the eyelids. tion to Comfort of "What do you tbinV of Blitrklm, Brown T Lve OivlDitnn. cide whether a man who deals in death 2 00 p m their Oneiti. "Pretty fair sort of a chap in his way, I Now all Is comparatively qulot. Can any 7 25 a m. 1 S.S p ra rLeV",0D truck is any worso than the man who adverle a freight ono answer the qu9tionl There believe." a zu a m o 'is n m tises for dead people. The north aids is shed at the Grand Trunk station in which a to CO a iu 7 50 p m "Do you know him wollP lUggage nlll ha eonTere4 to and from tbe de Arr Mayirllle nwaiting the outcome of this docislon with free of chant. Npeclal leeommouaiions Tuesday a "Oh, yeil I am very well acquainted with great many sparrows live. No. 5i Ko. 51 batod breath. They an betting ou the to Commercial Travelers, ine ar-- iii butcher bird Ihw in, and, strange to gay, In him, indeed." Dally Dally alwaya aopplled with th choices! man with tho cucumber pile. hi. Sun Hi. run Mqaori and Clgara. "And you consider him a man to be almost an imtnnt not a sparrow could be brands of teen. Where they wont to no one could say. trustodf Lve Maysvllle... 5 II A MUflt KoiueWtiere. m 1 CO p m Tho bird found but two victim tho first "No doubt of it" Arr Paris a iu a m n 13 p iu Uurdetto in Brooklyn Easle.j THE SEMtVWEEKJ-- Y " Lexington,. 9 10 a m 0 10 p ui day. Moanwhiio souu boys had lutlcjd tbe "What do you ba3a your opinion uponf "Blessed are the peacemakers, Bismarck " Civlriitton r II 30 m c 01 urn trouble, nu 1 flunlly managed to kill the bird "Personal expjrlence." ! goU WOO a day for keeping all Ejropa in a with u stone. Tho moineut tbo bird struck "How's tbatC Nome. Trains 8 and tare dally hetween Winstate of fighting suspon.se about what ho is "Well, I Iwgan truiting IJlHTlsiiis shortly the ground the vory building was allva with chester. Lexington and Covington: other going to do next. Gen. KomarotT gets 0 tlni aredally except Sunday. HTANl'CmD, KY. singing sparrows, so dellgbtel waro they to I roubles for killing a fow Afghans and after became acquainted with him, and I bo ' Train No runs via Lexington and Paris. am out again. Can it be that ths sparrowi am trusting hini itlll." rot via Winchester anl pjrli. standing nil India up on end, a good cannon havo all gone down to tho Orand Trunk Direct conn itlrtit'are ma ieat WALTON, W- with coU $11,000 and a city missionary wears Mvedish Taxation. Chesapeake A Ohio for Mt hterlltu. Ashland. sheds, driven thero by butcher birds? out his life for 1000 a year and you can got Huntington, Charleston, W. Va., and EaiUrn citIForeljn Lotter. a Bible of the Tract society for nothing. fs published every Tuosday md Friday at tho ies Tbo SwedUh parliament has voted a duty TIkj "Mum Sociable." 4 low price of uVTL'ln',u'2.,-8l!,n- ,, Wlnrrieeter on living ilowers, fruits and vegetables, the A now form of amusement is tbo "rauir Trains, H'evprR Car. l'-e- et Dr. inciters IhstrttS Kunlln In Dakota. , Cincinnati .and Klchmoud, Va , nnd Wnche te: majority being prompted to that course by sociable," at which overy ono who spcaki rimslyrreurlDf Huckleberry Cordlid I)Cramp-t'ollsnl TWO DOLIjilItS PJBK YEAB. I)larrhieu,lyaenCery, IL'hlcaso Journal and UHililnptor, D, C. tho idea of bringing money Urns Is subject t; all toll sltcUoQi, nl rsitoilos tbe little one su9lug stub a T.hrol.,,8h ,lcU'" osifgsge chcckcl to any The Marquis do Morei is confldont that by taxing suppojeJ luxurloi.into the treasury within a certain specltbd drslsiit upon tbe ijifra front the sttscti el tlltmJ. for a fine. destination reached .allus railroad. hy tho whitish clay found near tho lignite ruins ale by all tlrusstsls at 50 cents n bottle. 8. F n, J10K3I:, W. ll. WHITTLESEY, at Medora is the kaolin from which tho I'assenger Agent, Trav. I'ass. Agejit, Tni lor'n Cherokee Itrnii'dyol'.sticet (Jinn UATAKUU CUIICD, health and sweet breath nnd Miillfln nlll cure CougliH, croup uud t'o.v finost pottery waro Is made. If it provis to OP oS.TJl.1.,on K7' Levliuton, Ky. SLEEPLESS VIUUTA tuide miserable hy that C.W.SMITH, II. W. FULLER bo such, ho will manufacture on a large scoured by dulioh's Catarrh Iteuicdy. Price 50c. sumption, l'rlce He, nud ft a bottle. terrible cou;h. 8hlloVs Cure lithe remedy for 'icneral Marjager Hon. iVss: Ajt Noatly and Chonply Exocutcd. scale thore. Both for isle by Or. M. L. UOUI1NE, Stanford. For sale by Peuny A MeAllster. you. Kor sate by Penny A Mcillitcr. lIiiud-3Ic-Dovr UtpOM-ntatlvta tuie-qtMl'pot-buileM-S- An "I'nrlsnloil Collection ' or Had Mn urine, Tropicals nnil Imltntlon Turner's nnd A "rot-Ilollcr- " nt Work. mock-auctio- n plumo-crowjie- d 1 d 'pot-boiler- inn-pie- hand-me-dow- n . Wiiuhkas, experience has pointed out the ol amending tho Constitution slid tho and expediency ol calling n Convention fot that piirpote; therefore Ik it EnarttJ ly Ikt GtHtntlntmUf e Ike of Kentucky i 1. ThaCat the next General KleeMou hld for llvrtetentatlvea to theOewentl AswmbI , It shall lie tbe duly of thfi wreral Mioilltmiitl uther Offl-oi l.lcvtlon to opn a poll lor taking the fente ofthn people lor cubing a Convention to amend the Constitution, atil make a return lo the Secretary of ditto, for the the lime Ixtnic, of the names ofall lb os entitled to rule who have voted lor rallliiK auch Conreatlun 2 That for any lalliire to perform theduttea prufit'ied In the that accUrnol thla Act. every Mi rt it or other returning efflcer ihall be llabl to ly a ilx hundred dnilar, to be reeov Indictment of ihc (iraud Jury In any Court having jurisdiction aad shall upon cMvletloa ! subject lo rriuoval from office. S That It slull I the duly of the Offlr ot Election to proinunii to everv vetrrme "Do you vote lor calling a ("invention or IMH"' And lfauch vutor thatl antwor In tbe affirmative, d Conhis name shall bo recorded as toting tor tention. 4. That all Awwora air hereby required tn enroll, In a column wblcn onrti auau opvn la in Astsir hook that puroe, the ramoi ofall cltiaaDi havltiftthe rlahl to oie lor Itrprctcnta-Uve- a for the J ear 1S36. Hut naM Asviots rhall not enroll In nn b column the name of any j rxm unletathey ahallat the tlma know that ho la entitled to vote f'ir Ktproantatlvepf fald election; abd such knowleiUe shall be louo.lnl only upon (nihe aiiualatanre ol the Aupmoi; or U)iuttlctent Information obtained tr him dlreet-I- j from the person vboae name l enrolled, or (I) a MtlilaMory itateiurnt under oath, from other crettliable peraons whn know the Urts t the iiialltrallun ofMh vnur without Mich inrolHtiK in nl'l rolumn any nau1 nue-tief- l, - Prepared to Tarnish atwed atid ihnved. rmy kind of Lumber A,1 ffsHRnrvnlpikwWr K3wX3MIl : - ' i I. - msHni- LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R.R.I e oltr In tbe rough, 29-- Poitiof Planing Mill. all kinds. Shlnglei cut, Alio Acetils for the Danvlllo :iTtO criin.tx. THE GREAT I WTHlLxI. HALE'S,) UMS lHt. OLMCIVH Through Trunk Line "St. Mary's Saw Mills" SOUTH & WEST ZWS - 'W. Anvor pot-boilr- .. nt 1 ICE! ICE! ICE! 12NTIHT, 1 pot-boil- LUMBER! the-boo- up-ata- ir r. 11 CJe-ei- St. Louis &tlio West ox-ten- - p, parti-colore- e , lUV-M-lnch Courl-Hou- w Masonliciincr's l.estaurant 1 l U 1 rot-boile- r, 1 1 iit GILT EDGE! Mddle-tslllon O. & M. o tile-ch- Fftst Timn and Suro nootions h E. J. Nickcrson. and Ii Itl ht iX-s- 1 STEVE WALKER! 1 fcea-tuck- y. LIU J j. j. i-'.-i kle-ba- X Ciand Coanbiiialion Fcht-lul- HOCTII-lklL'S- Weekly Jo uriml l, 1 Courier-Journa- . Mi-iu'- t'an-vili- , -- 1 le-- f w I tf MYERS HOTEL, NOBTIt-ilOC.N- vol-lyb- STANFORD. KY. Propr Roputation, i wMs' I NoaTii-HoDN- very-scarc- HOUTU-BOfC- Interior Journal P. 103,-00- CORDIAL u'h-re 1 Pro'r. Wlm-neVe- For the BOWELS. ""! JOB "WOlFtTSL atbCt-ASSK- -J- L!