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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885063001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. tm VOL. XIV. Stou-ffittcchlfilntcrior 0 UCChii) itieftof STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1885. ourmi jtf M'EOBEETS H. C. H- C. m NO. 34. Mrn. Darnlcigh ended her contemplations ML SALEM, LINCOLN COUNU. -by remarking that now KlwarJ was a pro IMMENSE SIOCK OF- John Mulling and family, of Kings tege and heir of Dr. Cligney'e people would VubUahed TuctJnv ami J'rtilttvn An Entertaining and Instructive Se- begin to notice him a great deal, a for her Mountain, nre on a visit to South Fork and other paints. rial Story, ahe never allowed herself to he led, it was a.oo xx3it Mrs "Pop" 'West, aged about 70 vulgar and common place, that she intendyears, and alll.cted with dropiy, was found Whan paid strictly In advance If we have to Written Exprasaly for the Interior Joured to be the very Gnjt to notice him or she dead in her bed near King'n Mountain a nal. wait any lime, 82,50 will bo chanted. would not do it at nil. She kept her word few mornings since. TRIMMED AND- and EJward was invited to spend as much 11 V MISS MILDHED .ur. jonn . wans uau a mare run LEWIS. W. P. WALTON. of hit! time as he wished nt Mr.Darnleigh'j. over by tho South bound train near Her dear girls were no fon I of him, nho CHAPTER XVI. South Fork on the ICth and terribly mancouldn't understand how he could be 'elfish OAVMLLE. BOYLE COUNTY "What objection have you to Henry Gra- enough to stay nway no long, that he would gled. The welter was an eye witness of the -- ATsad catastrophe and hag witnessed more Licence win ieii!l oa Saturday for ham, ma?" axked Chatty. actually confer a favor on them to take up pleasant scenes than the wailing of the fe"Oh, I don't know that I have any per- hi nbodo there, and the marriage of Mr. John Ilfeunln and Mix ciue everybody as males and smaller children over the losi of gonal objection to him, he' a handsome, Hirah J. William. much trouble as possible, the delightful STAG-G-'S- . their family favorite. 'Squire K I. Kti'aell han erected u neat genteel, promising young man enough, boy. A man of drlapiditei appearance. uitahlebeiu for Julia " Krery time hi" aw him her admiration brick cottage on gutith .' j Hlreet, it claw of hut he' not AliL PIUCE.N AM) STYLES. "And you prefer an unprincipled ecamp for him increased. She hal nevr nen claiming the euj hineom solr'qoet of John needed in I).invllle. bulltlitiK' much Hiich a man i Henry Gra- Much a face, the f.irehead, with the Htiort hranklin Prin, cme to South Fork m Plana and apecificatiotm for the new like 1'hilipto Catholic church at Junction Ciljr have been ham, eimply bC4Ue one ii rich and the curl like ll iz, the eyes which cteuitd to WedtesJav and wnile tieje confed to other inV look into his own mind, were jun too love- - having performed several daring deeds of prei'iufil nnd wnrk will ..oon bivin on it. illegal character, the last of which was "You don't know what you are talking It- Th-- j Dnv .Mohnicn and Juncliou "He looks like that British Lord who that be had knocked a negro in the bead at about Cbatty, it ia all very well for a girl City HUmlanl idayrd n match tame of I have received and still receiving but btll Friday evrniiii: when the former who doein't know anything nbout poverty wrote uch pretty poetry, what wa his Somerset with a brick bat and that the negro had immediately placed $G00 as a re and being low in the oclal eosle to talk of name, let me ee, Ltnjptoc?" dub won tcora 28 to 11 ward in the hand of a white man for hie "Brron," suggested Julia. The I) A D Iunliiute lm closed for lore and romanee hand in hand with poverty, but when he trie it ahe breaks her 'Ye, that is ii: etoti your laughing. apprepension. The man attempted to ar-r- eit the simmer niul nil o( the teacher have him and in thescullli his pants were heart and lire a ad disappointed life. Let Chatty, I knew it was eomething like it" Comprising the best In the market, which will be gone away to prml their taoation. Feien-thdwardV must have been a wonderfully torn ofT. This last appeared to be probpjpIN left Kutinitr on the L. St. X. for poor girli, Inured to harahips, nmry poor Up in Stylo and Mnko Second to Nono in City or Countary. men and help them. Of what use is a odd face, according to Mr. Dirnleigh, it able for he was s lid to be panties. Messrs. Gotton their homec Glvo Mc a Trial. Wakefield A HtiiUon bought on Sat- delicate, tenderly rslned girl to uch a would eem to have the happy facility of trank Smith, Privitt, Cites. Garrison and looking like every distinguished person others, thinking it uniafe for such a man urday from W. M. Hie fine combine 1 man?" ' "But ma, if he i a man of intellect what ever heard of. One day after a long enu- to run at large and perhaps being fascinatmare for $12), anleiine lirm o!d to A. K. meration of persons of whom she thought ed by the projective $000 took him in it,.n" AahhurM, of Hutchinson, (Cr , a hltclc -A.T "Intellect without money is worthls, but wacn't quite certain that he resembled charge and placed him in the hands of combined gelding for $205. fame dots not bring bread or a roof to but couldn't decide which one he looked Squire Jim Daniels at McKtnney. At thia Ko Fife and Mary Hirhee Lad a light writing we don't know what disposition Hjndir etening and when brought before cover one, Money is the aim to which it most like, Chatty worn out exclaimed: x aspires, in fact the object to which every has been made of the man or whether OrrosiTK "For goodnei sake ma, don't say the Police Court Monday morning the la finally lea Is, The reuofa of this is ward looks like any of lho) stupid people, Messrs. Smith & Co., are luxuriating en DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY, .TlXrO- - "ML. dy who name in auggeitiTe of war tnueic, that it is the pavport to every earthly j for I'm sure he don't look like any one but the proceeds of the $000 or not. Cnfe4d judgment and waa fined $8 and STANFORD, KY., Meals are served at all houts. flame always on pleasure aud happiness." his dear self and I'm glad that he don't." Oa Thursday we spent a pleasant day hand anl In Ita season, ojsters fresh fish, and sim- Represents the Best and most Prompt-PavincoM Oea- aserved In abort "And Is there nothing ehe? no thought of "Ah," laughed the lady, "and what have among old associations at Hustonville. ilar delicacies out for tbeall styles and onRestau- panlea and his rates are very lo uivo aim. ft Mr. John Yerke. ha definitely sign "Woodblno notice. Look can, Though we didn't find much growth about rant" and call when you are hungry. concluded not to make the race for the heaveo, sympathy, mercy, justice, fame. you to do with it pray?" .F. 11'. JIASOXUEZJIEIt &CO., The artist who spend hi life at his eael "Nothingat all, only I think Elward is the town we found many improvements Ktate .Senate in thia district againit Major Danville, Kjr. trying to put on canvas the ideas he willi- better to look like himself than any of and new fences. John Cooper Beemed Kijner, the democratic neminee. Hon. eomewhat antiquated no prospecta of him FOR SALE, Wai. iierkclc'n fritnda hare all along es to lire, mute appeals Io yirtue, a sort of them." "My dear, he would be a very eligible taking a better half aa we heard, James thought he wti the nun to rout the demo- priest to unborn generations who in looking on it oan see and feel better than any lan- match for you, soma of thee days. I M. Cook, though apparently a little venDWELLING! AND 8TORE-bou- se A DE3IIUBLE cratic hot. combined. Best bmtnfss location In tha guage could make them, the reward of vir- wouldn't object to him at nil." erable, was the same as of old, genial and place. A bargain can he had by addressing or ap-- , Mr K. It. Jonw, widow of Col. I). All the "Much obliged, m, but I prefer seleetiog whole souled, and from indications is pros- plying atonce to T.J. CHItlSTEltSOX, V Jjne, hantold her handom property tue and on lemnMion of vies SIcKlnner, JCy. fanaticism of his age, the errors of judgVtn no me for other pering niy own hmband. Wucilledon Ja. B Green at his in the end of town to Mr Ja II. Otmammoth eitablishment and found him as INCORPOHATION NOTICE ter of Liuierille, far $H,000, rrceiting ment, like thecirJ on n broken bridge, sar people' tasts in uci matter'." ''take cue" to the gner. And for this ihe "You needn't be rude though," exclaimcourteous as of yore, and we believe he is OK Till! part rth and ptrt in Louiirille property. Aro you falling, try Wells' IfraLTn Rx- jaTTEK, a pure, cienn, wnoiesomo Di. Brown was abMr O ler will exnn cum Mre. arti't starved at his enel or died miserably ed her mother, "you're just like your father doing a fine business io GO Jones will probably p i. IahU to lire in pnsin. Then liok at the sDldier who cm never see anything except what you sent, some female perhspi at the bottom of fall in front of the battle, for the sake of a want." the cafe We found friend Bogle at hia Kor Brain. Nerve, Stomach, Liver, Kl.lnejs, with her hod, Mr. iiretkinri ve Jone. Lungs. An fncnualcdlnriir rant. Cures these presents that ire, the Kaoir all The lady was disappointed in her hope pot in the evening. As we have predected undersigued.men by W. Holmes, cause he deetu j'lat. The priest who die Henry Cohn, v, Mr. Henry Fulher, B. hn.lutid is John , M. Headache. Fever. ACTe, Chills, pricr.pal of the aummrr cchcol of Ian at his altar, the nmtyr who lives as well as of having Philip for a son, for Julia had heretofore, the people in electing Mr. B. as S, Hlte, L.M.J. Lasley, P.. 11. Bronaugb, James Rice and Harris have associated otmelves begged that he County Superintendent, DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. have given to edu together lot tbe purpose of forming a corporation, gLagrat Kioine, WVoonsIn, la with her dies for his God. There ii something high- po'itively refused him and of Chap. 66 daughter Corrinne here on a visit to er than mere ssniuil enjiyment luimi: tis would never allude to the subject in the fu- cation a working friend, and to ignorance under theprovislons of Kentucky, ol the General lltt'e Nlco to take, true merit, unequalcd for Statutes of the Mate entitled IncorI iff- - of the porated Companies, Tbenameot the corporation mind which sees, analyzes ture. an itnpltcsble foe. If popular education TORPID. .LIVER, and NlBht the family of her brother-in-laMr. the shall be The Kentucky Heat Fender Co., and Its She, Mrs Darnleigb, said that ebe in Lincoln county does mit advance under principal place of business shall be In Crab Orch. LoitaCohn. Corinne it only four run and enuyi, waich give happiness, tecuritr anl, Lincoln county, Ky , and tbe general nature Si.io i r but.. O rorS3.w,at Druggists, nothing else but that her chiidrin his administration it will not be and system to the world around u; temeld and epeaki fljently the French, German his fault. cf the business to be transacted by said corporafc. S. Well3, Jersey City, N. J., U.B. A. would bring her to a -- rehly grave, and While in Mr. B 's olK:e we Is to manufacture and vend 11. 3. Hlte's Pattion an 1 ragliih language. Col. C. K. IJjw- - pered by the spirit, which is at once a rewitue'ssd him ent Heat Tender Fruit and Clothes Dryer. No. man wa in town eeveral days I&et week, straint and promotion, which elevates or would have said much more in the same and his gen'.lcminly and accomplished ex of Letters Patent. '.'00,917. Patented August 13, 1878. The amo nt ol capital stock authorized to strain, but was deterred at sight of Julia's ill tearing thia morning fcr Waahlngton City. sinks a no other power known to man." aminer, .ur. .ii. u inompson, take a poor be Issued in the came of tho corporation shall bo face nud listless manner. "Oh if you are going to rake up some pale frllow through the ordeal cf exminaticn now sixtyof thousand dollars. (SiO.OOO) divided In- Mr Frank Gilcher has gone to Hot Springs one hundred dollars each. When to shares After her fashion she was fond of her as teacher and particularly admired the ine to atek relief from rheumaiiam. Mr. horrid and romantic specimens and argue hundred dollars of tbe stock shall have been subscribed and fully paid up, the remaining Mirk. Wakefield la Waiting friend in the thing in that stupid way, I'll hush," daughter and had always looked upon her manner of conducting the same. Instead tlfiy-sl- z thousand, oue hundred dollars of the capShelby county. Misi Jane McCarty haa said Mrs. Darnieigh fretfully. beauty as a note of exchange which would of giving intricate puzzles for solution they ital stock shall he tsiued at such time as tbe te refirned from Xuireth, where ahe ha Board of Directors of said corporation au- "There is pipi," said Chatty putting bring position and happiness, this must were diving after fundamental principled tboriia by unanimous vote at never less may one been attending acnool. Mim Komi a Wei than Buchu-Paib- a nunureu uollart per share. I In riedalla, i Mi., nailing Mr. down her work and running out to meet not be allowed to fade, so she began casting lueory anu practice oi teaching which is la to commence business June no said corporation 25, 18S5, and to conTtcmnrlcablo Curosof Catarrh of tho Kecatur Veal and Mr Jno. Snead. Mr. J. him. Julia and I'ailip cane in at the about in her mind the expediency of send- generally neglected on the porlod of Bladder, Inflammation, Irritatlonof similar occasiona or tinue In business fordissolved by a vote twenty-fiv- emayears, unless sooner of the 8 L nney returned frjm Missouri Saturday same time, Julia looking tirei and a little ing her immediately to some watering and Bladder, Stono or Gravel entirely ignored, with them received due jority ol the fully paid up capital stock The of tbe Prostate Ulacd. Dropsical night and will to transfer the pjitnflice of said corporation shall be conducted and To this Mr. weight. We spent about two hours SncllIriM, Female Diseases, Incontinto hi ucjeor, Mr J R. Maira. Owing sad iu spite of her eflorts to appear other- place for quiet and rest. in the managed by a Board ol Directors compostd of five, ence of Urine, all Diseases ot tho wise and Philip a dcgiee haughtier and Dirnleigh couseatel and sctive preparat3 Ih health Mr. W ii Thoaiaa ha reign Organ In either sex. For Unhospitable family circle of Mr John Ellis, and said Board of Directors shall be elected by stockholders annually on the first Monday In healthy or Unnatural Dlscliarijes use ed at Adam Ecpreii Aent for thU jlac. were biiog mide for the two girls to at Christian College. Prosperity and good March or each year, and until the first regular more insolent tions also "Chapln's Injection Fleur,' each 8L M- - HiarJ, of Lsxingtoi, will bj hit election of said Board of Dlrccto.a, M. J. Harris, For SYPHILIS, clthfr contneted or One glance at their faces wai enough to leave home, but bifore this could be done, ahe R. H. Bronaugb, Henry Kulber, John V. Holmes iiermiiMry taint, ue cnnpin'3 fonsutuMr. Elward Hughe anJ her increare Mrs. Dirnleigh's fritfulness, and while Henry was chafTiog under his exile, luck to H'istonviile and long and L. M. Lasley ahall constitute and compose the ti m Bitter Syrup. SI ooprr twttte, and wave. craml tliuglitert Mines Mit Hamoo nd Board of Directors of said corporation. Thoofficeis L'lnpitva sypnuiti o Pills. S J.Oo: and Cluv Li'.tle HtackedforJ, hirs returns! to Din this was not Improved on Julia's failing to and Elward conquering hianelf, the exof said corporation shall be a President, who shall D'n's Svnluiltlo Si Ci w. o ociues WILL YOU SUFFEP. with Dyspepsia anJ Liv act aa manager, and a Secretary and Treasurer, syrup. '2 of 111M, 1 8alv by repress 6a Til si 1 takn roinn At Mr. Pjwnlon'a hear a ijiieition she aked. pected letter cume. er Complaint ballon' Vlullssr Is guaran toed to and said ofheers of said corporation shall be elect n'e lnt nf SI 3 no. c r nt 1'n.z on !t trer W W Tjoiplcin ha hind TO BE CO.VTINUED IN OCR NEXT. ed annually on the first Mouday in March ol each "I wish you would put your book down K. is. eureyou. For sileby Peony A. McAlister. flls. jersey wiy, r j.. u a a. iomelr )pirj die cellini; and wall of and let it alone:'1 she said sharply, year by tho Board of Directors, and to hold their "if you speciive om.'es until ineir successors are eiccicu too dir'Cton' o' tS it jrle Katiocal The lvjTptlan obelisk In Central Park, ITCH curnlln $0 iu I nines bj-- WollorJ's Sani aud qualified: and until tho first legular election would do something besides study and read, Ml'-- e HinV Mr.anl Mr A 11. K as sild otflxers anl until tbe parsons elected shall New York, is rapidly disintegrating, owing tary Lotion. Tills ccver falls. Sold by Peuny haro L S and A. K Mukbury wcr in town Krh.ipi you would be more practicably U. II Bronaugb shall hold tbe to the climatic eflec!, and exp'srts predict A McAll.ter, Drugrlsts, SuuforJ; also by M. C. olh e qualified. of President and Manager, M J. Harris Sjnhy Nfr Jn"T. GraT. of Frankfort, sensible and Imi romantic. I declare I shall hold the olhcc of Secretary and John W. X). N Williams, Mt. Yemen. its utter ruin within fifteen years, unless A an old cit nn if DmTille, i in town Uolmeaahall hold theoScsof Trdisurer or said half wih at times thnt I had no daughter' measures are taken to protect it. eornoratlou. The bUhcst amount of indebtedness What Will Surely Do It, to which si d corporation shall at anytime sub- to bother my brains about." Il.ingrriiii I'ihIit Any Clrrtinntuncot. The attempt of an indigent and One's hatr bslnj to fall out from tuany causes. JectltstU shall Iw teu thousand taWnrt, and i.o ' It is a pity to disturb her aunt, she has IS"! IxiUItelHiblicauJ iriilebtcduess thill b tha Pole named Ki flier, of West The important iiirsttoti Is, what Is sura to tuako unaulmcus vote ol tiie Incurred except by The Boat J nf Dlrrcmts Ono night last ueek n vlugulnr accident before her a uiedel of uncommon excel Wheeling, O.. to cremate his dead child in It grow loailc' According to the testimony of private priiprty ol the stofkholderi nhall he ex Clark-sooccurred nt thu lioute of Mr. Andrew erupt from a'l corporate debts ilnhilttles 'ence, it takes study and labor to reach a potter's kiln was prevented by angry citi- thousands, 1'arkfr'i Ilalr Ilalsuru will do it. It intettimoiiy Qercoi. we iirrcuutu and tf D.ilUui, Ma IWfoixj retiring ho Iiml such," said the amiable tn'otirlixi our Philip with a liihkly coven lulJ spots, n stores the original col- names, this the ISth day ot Juue, 15. b gnej boon looking nt nn old revolver with n vitv U Tl 7 &&LJA& y zens K H. Br.os-A- i I.. M. Lasi.KY, (.11. or when the hair Isgray orfadel, eradicates daud ti cU'imiiiK It up. Ho found it to nwty that sneer. John W. Hoi.vks, Jait.s l'.ut., .niil'acd causes the Kilp to feci cool and well. It tl.u hniiuner oiild not movo, nor the cylinunits ami Coplirr. "I don't understand," said tho lady, lookB. a. Hitk, Hknbv Flluku, Ii Dot dye, not grtasr, highly perfumed, safe. der re volvo, iiml Inid it on thu table uenr hU ing inquiringly '. her nephew, who by way lChl!o?o Tribune M. J. Harbii. bod uiththu iJhii thnt it wai no good. a nice, reliagentlomnn of Sinta Cru. Cal., the Nerer disappoints those who A Homo tune tifUr letlriug u lliuh of lightning of answer turned his back and walked out other day noticed s dlvo into holes ble dressing. mil a clup of thunder, almost simultaneous, of the room. along tho CHIT road and than lly away with Tired and Languid Women BHESaPEHKEjHO OIID Bl. nud n report which fuemed to txi in tho "There's nothing; to ma, something in tholr bills and drop it into tho How many women whom these r cm occurred. Mr L'lnrkion felt n ting- Philip never Baid anything understand, that wator. On approaching nearer he found are true- "They feelthero areofand tired, wodj in his life lauguld hardlr ling, atlngiiii; senntlon on 1114 hand nud that tho gulli wore taking gophers from Only Line rla thigh, which mcroaiod in bevorlty until ho was worth understanding; he's too ill thulr holes nud dropping them into tho aMcto bejr their weight on their feet, the bloom allgoue from their cheeks, Irritable and cross got up nud umdo nu oxnmlnatlon of it. Ho to say anything pleasant and that is water. without tueaolDg to be, nerves nil upsot, worried found thnt ho had boon shot through tho all that is worth thinking of. I've no pa Mixloru Clinrlty. hand and grazed down tho thigh. Tho with the children, fretted over little things, a Baltimore, Philadelphia and New ll'aek plsUd was found lying on thu tulle with tienco with people who nre always trying tti themselves and yet with no acute "So you nro going to glvo f .',500 to tho burden York City, only ono cartrldgo in it, when i. had two to he sharp and witty at the expense of oth-What a pity it Ii. Hut a few bottles of now church! ' "1 am," responded tho good Willi TUUOl'O- Uwhou Mr. ClarUKiii laid it doun. Tho era and tint is Pailip's forte," cried Cut- - man. "Woll, If I were yog, I shouldn't say Parker's Toole wllldrlveall this away and relieve theory ii that tho revolver vtasdlacbnrgod the trouble? peculiar to their tax. n word about it; it will seem all tho" ty hastily, by tho cluctriclty. hat I not say anything about It'' gaspod Or. lllarxert' Huckleberry Cordial Is ths (rnt S.ia-- r "Dr. Cligney was in town and -Only Line vl McIlOHEHTS &. STAGd, urlo(IIarrha-a,I)ysentrrr- . tho philanthropist; "than how do you sup Cramp.t'llal Amlrlclila or JInrlclilc? made his will," said Mr. Darnleigb when I Iwi : jai, a lult'rlac the Druggists, ulio are nlwn mi tU Uui wJll looking niter the lUeiinioml, Old Point Coiurorl the newipaperjr (Hrgrln drtlntrs ur-- e' tl.t ml m froi Us Ilf.U on Tsrnia.""Tar Atlanta Sunny South t a of Interost of their customer, hate uou teemed the Mr, It W. Jonulngi, of Xanbvillo, Tonn., mey were resieu ni me uiuuer muie. aale by all Jrusal.ts at 50 cent a bottle. Hotel) nud Newport Xows, A Minnesota I'oein. saloof Dr. Ilotanko's Cough nud I.iiugSriip, rem"Indeed," said Mrs, DirnUih in roceutly had boforo hU school, for fiolliug, St. Taul Globe. Tnjlar,iC'liiTiikceHt-mi-iI'nr.-edy tint never falls to euro Cold, Pains In tU In connection with Uld Djiulnl ia bteamihlpi to nnd Mullein will cure Cousin, I'ruup and fJuiw pronouncing and duflnln;:, n group of words interest, "and to whom did he tun .and I hold her tiny hand iu mine, and claspod Chest, nnd all Lung Atfactlons. For rreof Coughs, sumption. Price tiQ. aud abottu. meaning, such as homicide, of kludrod lenvo his great wealth? ' hor fairy form, and told my talo of ardont try a frto sample bottl- - llegtilar size 60 ctuU Both for sale by Dr. M L BOURNE, Stanford. parri-cldmutricldo, frntrlcido, (vitrlcido, lovo In language swoot and warm; and "To Elward Graham!" nd $1.00 ororicide, roglcldo, tyrannlcldo, Ot i (ikn Ihe wX m wbon I paused for want And Merchants and Miners Steamship Line to Every knife and fork except the inform bar dimpled chin aud of breath sbo ralsod and uxoricide, but, having no thttis ot that etui mi whispored low; "I rei ? he, an t has (Ivca Dr. HOSAXKO. word for tho killing of a husband, ho ad- er'a was laid down and everybody stared at don't catch on; pleaso sing your song again." a'n ,r unltrul sltitfto. Tl.ls namo tnslxceme so fumlllar nith the mot Voasraau..! sot V lk.n. dressed communication to sovorul guutlii-menRos Mi'itnir raris, . of people throtijlioiit the I'lilted Stati tlmt It Is m sauitStrlcurteverybody else with astonishment which asking If thoy could supply klm with Through Trulns frtm Winchester, Ky., It hardlj neees.irj to .tale that he Is tlw originator ol ot Tbo Mont and the Practical. H lirj tol trlli. th (1 phaiwon tho favorTr tho 5.1IUU. Dr. Young a ns wo red with tho gave place on two face) to the deepest joy .Mic ant! now rmokar the great Dr. Hosatiko's Cough arid Luiirf Sjrup, aiuon,- - tho leaJhif 11IU. IKall Rlter Advance. word marlcidu. In thia ho wnssuitnlnad by Chatty first clapped her hands and cried KANAWHA FALLS, L Clnclanatl.aTHH cioosf thoollJoni. Pootry, a vaxod moustache, mystery, the peopus f.norlti' remedy, uhereur Known, for Dr. Harrison and Professor Woolwlno, tho A. L, SMITH. Oh ! then surprised them all by burst long hair and n swoot tonor voice will ofton Coughs. Cold. Ciiiumptloii and .til affections of WHITE SULPHUR SPIIINGS Ilidf.irj. ra. latter gontleuiau, howevor, nddiin: "i.adlos Svld by Urulsu. ing into tears, happy tear, through which make a. woman feol as if there wai only a. the Throat and Luugs. Prito fit) ccaU aad $1.00 And other Famous Miglnla Spring nro ao willing to tako husbands nud so unlIMIOW. and Pleasure Kpsorts. willing to glvu thorn up that thu ollonw of the dimples played and the bright eyes sheet of tlssuo paper between heaven nnJ Md liy MclIoUrU.l Ma:2. hervMf, but It is tho man with the wart on husband murder Las not occurrod often shone. Hunting, Kishlug, Bathing aud all kinds uf recum: run bis note aud six hU I ouough to givo nnmo to tho olTouso." Mr. Julia in her quiet way only murmured uboncoops hor figure) Inmakesbank balance utigh' creation lor the tourist, Invalid or sportsman. Pllea aro frequently preceded by n hor happy In nud White, of Lebanon, said audrlcldo, and 1 1lls line ruus through tho Alleghany Mounagain andgain, "Oh I am so glad fur over afterward'. In tin Uiik, loins nnd lour part of th abduiiii'ii, tains, on the hanks ol beautiful rlvi-rI'rofossor Wharton favoro! inarlclda. and terminates oa i cnuiln; tbe pit lent to siippow bo lias some affoctlun desr Edward, ro verr, very glad " Mioiilil ,Ni) In I'urt, lie Knows Morr. TIIE SEA SHORE. ul tho hlilueyi'or itrlthborlitg org in. At tlnii'S, After the first shock of sunrise Philip SupplExchuiu.'. Ittob mirdette ) mptouis of ltnliir,tloii are prmciit, ns flatiili'iic;, Observation Cara on Day Trains IbguUr first- Darnieigh "Thero Is n great deal of truo religion In looked indiflerynt and Mm Ooadod by jeulousy, a husband out in iiih.Iik'i of tho ttuuiacli, etc, A moisture, like vij.j nu-.- Suto ior ana an can to without extra expense. Kor full Informanature," Holemuly remarked n youu clurgy-mui- i, contemplative. Ohio shot n profoisor of rollor skating In tho Hiiii,ittuii, prodiicingn wry ill.igrti'nble Ittlilng, tion, rates at Hotels, analysis of M dleinal Springs, whllo culling upon a laty of hU Ixiad. Tito iJiyaiciaos Wt tbo bullet whoro iff.r (vttlux plet-ed- , rm, Is a ery common ntteiuUu', Pullman ose Mustang Liniment only good Mr. Darnieigh said that he w tho other ovonlng. "There l, init was imboddeJ, pluggod the bole up with Blind, I'ineillrnr Mini Itching PlleojMdntonevtu tbe oradaresableeping Car space, Tickets, Ac, ealloo for horses? It is for inflamma"V'n should that thu boy was Iuctv and a good boy a cork, nud tho professor now skates as well niiplliatloii of Dr. bosaulo's Pile Kuciiily, which acts W. B. McP.OBK.RTS, deed," was tho imlot rJily. W. II. WHITTLi:3EV, Ticket Anent, novor for jot that thero U a mirmou in ovory too, he believeJ, and was straightway and knows as mu.h ns ovor he dlJ. tion of all flesh. Trar. Passenger Jiei. directly upon th) parts affected, alwoibln,; the Stauford, Ky. Louisville, Ky. blada of (lras." "Quito truo. Wo should by his daughters that there never Tumors, alia) lug the Intent Itching nnd aftoctlngii o. w. Kjirm,. r, wi.i,r.n, Is ostlnmUxl thut 1,000 now famllloi setii OenM Pasa'r Ag't It also remember whllo wo aro about It that Oan'l Managor, nts. Address the Dr. ptrminent cure. 1'tko Igrasi U cut very short at this season of tho was rnybodyjuit like Elward and neyer! ' tled during tho past nlntrln Florida as Bsnnlo Mwlkluo Co., TIK Ohlf SM by McIUb-rt- s Ittchmnnil. Vlrclnla. lua, roilduiitj. I would be again, perniaiunt D. U. EDWAKDd, year." Etagx- TJIE.BROTJJE11S. annum if jtiflil i & READY FOR THE WALL! RUPLEY! NEW GOODSSPRINGr& SUMMER RXJPLET. y j Masoulieimer's Restaurant CocBT-Uoua- FIRE INSURANCE. , PHILIPS, g PRIVATELY. et m br 'it. KY. HEAT PENDER TOixrio. ids:p:ei:fsx-A-- thirty-n- tr I Kid-ne- dr ." rs ' Clenlto-ITrma- ry mj -- 1 d mmms- - proba-bly.insan- I fz., ,Wi sry c tea-gull- - d WASHINGTON, 1 Pullman Gars. For the BOWELS. 1 tRV-1 CORDIAL ' 1 ur-pr- ise aul-cid- o, n, BOSTON. - Did you . aiup-uv- d Qen'l Weatern Passenger Agent. Cincinnati, O. getting me out of the way of a new tsach-- 1 er, exhausts all the purposes of the dear LORD in bringing me to Indja. I don't A N ewer Light Rises in London on even know, It was one of them. 1 only June 30, 1885 Stafford, Ky., His Departure. suggested it in a sorrowful way hb a pitiful "maybe." I heartily hope I nm mistaken THE I.OKD. AI.WATN and that I am better than these suggestions W. P. WALTON. i make me out. But they are "on tho books," "Pfiosr-ECToint," Landour, N. India, May 19th, 1885. I am sure and a good square look at possifirst American bilities will do no harm. this fsue will be found a card from Dear iNTERiORi-O- or Is letters came since my last was written, and Jit. Join II. Milltr withdrawing from the Glad, very glad to get the Interior right welcomo were they, bringing the tid- again laden with home news. We are all race for reprtfcntatiye. He gives as a rea-ro- n ings from N., E., 8. and W. that we were well and thoroughly happy in the LORD. for his action the belief that he is For Surroundings very pleasant and comforta hungering for. Praise the LORD. aud odious to eome members of the most part they brought sweet, "good ble. Rapid progress in acquiring the Hinthe party, but we opine that this opoinion news;" which we are needing now in most dustani. Praite the LORD. Ever in Jecesacs more from imagination than reality, undiluted form. I am glad the dear sus, heard no such expression. True Geo. O. Barnes. m we bare LORD told His apostles to preach Ills there had not been much enthusiasm ex Frii.SOib, 1SS5. Resuming the conti"gospel to every creature," because that nental tour I find this record: kibited for him so far, but he is not the CONilSTlNrt OK- "creature" has yet to be discovered who man to create a great ueai 01 mat leeuog, "From Turin to Genoa we had the elecan bear any thing less than unmixed ments of a hearty laugh always at hand. aed the election belnc some time off no good news. Poor "creature 1" tbev don't The repetition of the majic woid "Sunny coo eeetned to think it necessary to pitch get often what tbey are entitled to by the Italy" would always bring it to the surright into a red hot canvass yet. Mr. Mil. Master's commission. If they did the face. It was "the joke of the season" emler has taken this apparent luke warmness millennium would not tarry as it does. for opposition, but we are fully convinced phatically. Spcasing of "gospel" our dear friends in that there was nothing of n decided As we ran dripping into the famous birthWagons, Jtontl London have been quite carried away with place of Columbus, we noticed another nature against him. Many thought the teaching of another American, who ap thing that shocked our preconceived ideas &c. and perhapi justly that he was not the man peared upon the scene a few days after our of Italy, land of music, painting and for the hour and feared defeat of the party departure and spoke with such power that sculpture. Miller's anore than they considered Mr. We were prepared by books they almost with one accord declare his for a mixture of squalor and fine art; but claims. Had he decided upon this course doctrine a decided advance upon the things we thought, as tho same books told us that of actiou a month sooner we should have they have been leaving of the "Mountain the one was glorified by the other. Had raised no objection, but at this late day we Evangelist." In nil of which I can and hardly Jfalr to the field. think it ill advised These Goods are all Strictly First-Clas- s, we not seen the picture of the "Neapolitan from the Best rejotce at this dutance, II it beggar-boy,- " 4rty and its representatives, the county with his very rags Illumined Gov. Knott should no longer hesitate real advance on what by those glorious eyes, and the irrepressi Manufactories, committee. He should have at least con- about sending the troops to Rowan county. all should turn out a ferred with-i- t before takinn such final and His peace overtures there have signally the dear LORD has taught me. But I dare ble beauty of the eaucy face. But we were decisive action. Bat what has been done failed and the war of the factions has bro- say if I had been confronted in propria per not prepared for long rows of houses in can cot be undone and it benooves the ken out afresh. A dispatch says: "In the torn by this new teacher, upjetting some of the suburbs of Genoa, ill shaped and paintcoamittce to do the best it can under the attempt to arreet Sherifi Cook Humphreys, my cherished "views," I should have re- ed the "beastliest" yellow, with inharmomi circumstances, which appears to be to meet near Morehead, he shot and wounded Town sisted him. And the thought humbles me, nious frescoes of the tawdriest possible tad fix some near day, county court for Marshal Craig Tolliver. In the afternoon looking at the question from this stand- character, bidding defiance to the tasts of instance, for a mass convention to nomi- a posse made a second attempt to effect point. Would I have welcomed him and even the least artistic foreigner. Italy is nate a candidate that will unite the party Humphreys' capture. He was secreted been willing to be righted when I was nothing if not "artistic," we had thought, -sad carry it to victory. A democrat can with some friends at the house of Ben wrong, in the presence of my pupils and but here was a slap in the face equal in WITH A OUAUANTEK. aad will be elected if the proper effort is Martin, and in trying to escape was mortal- spiritual children? "The LORD know-etbstunning effect to the villainous weather, aaada and we mnst not let the election go ly wounded, while a man named Ray burn I don't. I only fear that I should that eeemed "gotten up" by its satanic proBro. by default; was killed outright." The lawlessness of not have amiably yielded, if this prietor iaa I hare not a doubt it was) for Carty is really "a man sent from God," had the express purpose of making everybody Theke never was a man of any promi. the people of that county must be stopped aesce or of influential connections convict- if all the leaders have to be shot down in he propounded anything that seriously miserable. Wc CASH liilwI!rr0,,0Ht'.1.? "wrCiiMoineni lUe ed of a crime, that the inevitable witness their tracks and we hope the order will be unsettled parts of what I had been teachGenoa itself is quite a handsome city in our DIhcoiiiKn. ing as a co nsistent whole. Alas! we teach- places, and its station on the steeply slant-in- e 'with new and important evidence did not to take them dead or alive. all prone to err in mistaking the turn up, and the cue of Cluverius, who coast, superb. We had about 3 or 4 Thi Covington Commonutalth, one of the ers are and murdered his cousin, Lilian best and truest papers in the State, did not pin's point of truth entrusted to us to cir- hours, the rain steadily pouring to see a Madisen, at Kichmond, Ya.. furnishes no entertain Col. Allen's proposition to co op- culate the whole, wide domain of revealed little of it. We got a very good dinner at eseeption. Although the crime waa com- erate with him in promoting the cause of truth. Along comes another and his the station, and found a gentlemanly Germitted early last March and the case cot education. 2so paper has done more for special fragment of truth committed by man in charge of the restaurant, with a Will Guarantee to 8ave you from 10 to 25Per Cent, on every Vehicle. Give tried until May, when it occupied the that cauee than the Ommonutalth and it the Master to his custody for distribution, handsome face and a fair knowledge of whole month, the alleged witness, who now was excee dingly cheeky in the Col. to ask jostles and disturbs some outwork of our English, the latter of which we thoroughly knows so much, carefully concealed his its editor, who has been laboring for years entrenchments, and straightway we repel enjoyed, and utilized by laying in a stock whereabouts and his knowledge until a for its advancement to "co operate with the supposed attack upon the inner citadel of information concerning the ferra incoj-ni- a rightful sentence of death had been passed him" who is of mushroom growth in the of all we hold dear, as if the very foundabefore us. We could see the handsome Perhaps our npon the base murderer. This old dodge business. Says the editor: "We thouzht tions were being assailed. group of Columbus memorial statuary in is worked in Kentucky nearly every day at the time, and are now confirmed in the outworks were better destroyed than the iquare on which the Station piazza in the yar until it has gotten to be consid- opinion, that Mr. Allen's project was a left to be an element of weakness when fronted, and by deftly darting through the real attacks are delivered upon our real in- pouring torrents, as a street car came round ered a part of the regular proceedings, but cheap device to glorify himself." ner keep, but if once we have make it we have hoped that under a different and fhe corners, we were transported to Jobdon Taylor, the negro who was part of our "system" of defense, the heart one of better judicial system, Virginia had rid the doors of the "Church of the Concep hung at Hopkinsville, Friday, for the mur- knows well, how tenaciously we hold on to (1 am afraid to air my Italian by the practice of trie disgusting old dodge. der of his mistress whose head he cut off it, and count all as enemies of truth who tion," from There is oue circumstance connected with with giving the vernacular equivalent an ax, was taken to the creek hand- assault our beloved position. Hence the the Cluverius trial which is an improve memory) which by some judges is esteem cuffed and baptised into the Baptist church odium thcologicum and all the troop of ills meat on the way the thing is done here. ed as the very finest in Italy, though of the evening before his execution. He conTie ladies waBted no silly sentimentality fessed his crime and died assuring the that follow, like the grim horde that fol- course not the largest. We thought French For Coal or Wood. -- fctWg -B W. lowed the rider upon the "pale horse." 0, on the handsome young murderer and in churches gorgeous, but Italy eclipses her crowd that he was going straight to heaven. it is pitiful and the thoughts of it have Thli lUngcU Kiti lnij nj I, stead of filling his cell with the perfume KU.lsofthe Trrjrlnit JunUta Our-- 1 Floyd Williams is the next man in Ken humbled me not a little in the past few outright, if this first structure is a speci of rare and beautiful flowers, as is too of. tucky to feel ths halter draw men. Erers cornice turning is a new of llh Iron. Hi, rait top nj Innt, fcntire Wrought Iron Body and. and bis mati- days how the dear LORD is sorely hamas the Otm. Wurmtne (Itmj fxlen.li un If r ten the case in Kentucky, their lloral offernee occurs next Friday at Cimpton in pered in his attempts to bless the world art, every minute detail as elaborate entire Ifnsth ot lUnie. Automitie ings were to the prosecuting attorneys, who great altar pieces of other places. Oar Oren Blielf. Sectional Kir Lin I tin Wolfe county. instrumentalities, bethrough his human ami CL7' !st(tlHwiiifrB m Ontfrr. NIcWl nam plat, were using their best eflorls to have the eyes were fairly dazzled with the Hashing knot Cutam .lnt. Ministei: Buck telegraphs the State De- - cause, by reason of the frailty of the "ear- gold of the grand ceiling, but no thought due ihclf a i)Meg uxclrrn AJjuiUtJ killing of a fair and innocent girl avenged. lutnroTC-wtntJ all M Brao i parlment that he has arrived Bafely in Pe- then vessel." He can only commit that of mere tawdry "flash" in it all. ExquisCan arrange! with Heattr or Some time ago Cjl JAllen, who Beems to ru. He said nothing about the reception pin's point of truth to the charge of each and ilower" not anil roM walcr ite art controlled every "knop Water Iloi or Heater extra. be possessed of more gall than gumption given him by the bugs, but we suppose it And then, even that "wee" fragment, is geometrical figure, in most perfect every paper in Ken- was befitting the great interest he takes in hindered in its manifestation by some pig- and addressed a postal to harmony of taste. the editors if they could b. their welfare. tucky my predecessor, who, imagining the wbole H. To be Continued i depended upon to aid him in advancing broad area of revealed truth has been comBMM f tmffz Ik. ii-iNOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. HUSTON fLLE. LINCOLN COUNTY. " HPECIAI. AGENT, the educational interests of the State. A mitted to his trust, undertakes to defend ' Thirteen murderers were hung in the everything instead of holding fast to the few editors who had no doubt nothing else The usual June rains are visiting us Stanford,. Kentucky. to do at the time, answered the card in the U. 8. last Friday. special talent of which the LORD has most generously. Harvesting is progrers- Gov. Knott has refused to pardon Kep- made him the custodian, and so expends icg, but not with characteristic activity. affirmative and the names of their papers are bow paraded as the great educational ler, who killed Henry Clay. his strength oft times in fighting against A settled sadnees prevails the atmosphere Gen. D. C. Buell will likely succeed God, whom he vainly imagines he is fight- and gives a mournful echo to the clatter THE NEW GHOGEIIY AND IIAItmVAKE HOrSE OF promoters with the Col.'s patroniring state-sae"that he knows of many more pa. Col. Kelley as Pension Agent for Ken- ing for. reports of the machinery. Charlie Carter pers which will put themselves in line to tucky. And so if my brother Carty is a good one crop of wheat at 40 bushels per acre, The False Prophet enjoins the killing man and true, and really, carrying on my ct in concert in advancing the greatest of but it has not been measured yet. Interests." We fully agree with the Frank-Tex- t of all foreigners unless they become pupils in the school of grace beyond where The marriage of Mr. Rufus M. AdHTJS,T"CIsa-VIIJILG- I. Yeoman that this is the sheerest could teach them, I can only say I re ams, of Texas, and Miss Hettie Goode, of Gen. Hazen, chief signal officer, has I of this place, came off Monday, 9 A. M , at There is not a single paper in the joice unfeignedly, because the diameter extended weather predictions to a day and State that is not always ready and willing the world divides us and at this distance the Christian church. The house was Would klidlyaik yourattettlon to the fart that they hire Juit rrturnct from the citUa with a half in advance instead of a day . alalia the dear LORD izives crace to rise above tastefully decorated with floral designs. Ir.Sh and well icltcted atoek of CHOIt E loud the cause of education in any way Col. E. P. Wilson, the capable Genern peeaible and the failure of any of them to and be glad his Greenberry Adams and bride and Joe al Ticket Agent of the Cincinnati Southern, all human jealousies Tsspead to an impertinent card mnst not be aie getting what I could not give Page and Miss Dollie Williams appeared has been crowded out of his position. taken as a refusal to do so. ashamed to think, looking as attendants. J. M. Cook, Jr., and Leslie Chairman T. Z. Morrow calls a meet- tbem. I am In endleu xarlety, dainty In fiuallly and latlifactory In price.; thli we euaractee. Our alia ihal) U what has happened sines we left London,, Keid did the graceful in the role of ushers,. at all llmea to tipplr etery want In our line. A piano tuner by the nime of deRoode ing of the Republican State Central Comfairly in the face, tbat the dear LORD Miss Julia Bradley presided at the organ n mittee at Louisville for July 10th at 8 sd his eon attacked editor Grata at r. m. and remembering that." and the lloral gates glided open at the The explosion of a boiler in the Mat-ting- "knowing my frame in a very cowardly manner, but am but dust," saw that I was better out touch of two little nieces of the bride, Con.lita of the Standard Itrandiol Europe and America. Our luge line of Coking Morea Inclodaa notwithstanding they combined forceB and distillery, at Bardstown, Friday, re- I my dear spiritual children Misses Efiie Miller and Mattie Jones. (I thejuitly celetrated "Oreit Weatern Iteaerre" and many other family larorlto. Our China Olaaa the eld man used a wrench as a weapon, sulted in the death of Chas. McAfee, Chas. of the way, if and Queeniwaro atock con.liU In part of Table, Tea and Chamber Kia romi-le'e- , Olanware rlr dJt ent were to get the full benefit of Bro. Carty 's never report toilet sanctities nor wedding they got but little the best of Mr. Gratz, Spaulding and Mason Bark. andctehed. In the way of Bread.tufia name In all of which those who gifts) The principals left for Cincinnati brated Talent -- O. SI." Flour, urlralledwefor cokeHiukwbMt Flour, the queen n! nil trltea. Our who fought manfully, even after his arm The Supreme Court of Indiana has instructions. and paltry, while KI.e and Hominy, our own tlrl-oll- c product!, arrayed ai faithful adjuncts. All tliedillcacleiln FcralRn nrd just decided that a railroad company is re have not been tempted in this particular by train, but expect to join the other couwaa broken ; in fact he ran his principal Iomtlr Confections way will be disposed to think such an exple at Junction City and proceed at are here. Tin, Htonc, Wooden and Wlllowwarr, I Iwtrlc Lamr. elatnery c.onrj Mean an J FrnlU ant from the field. Afterward he swore sponsible for property destroyed by fire and a complete lino of CIgara and Tobatcoa Well, thlalaouly a hint ol what we hare hibition of human weakness contemptible, once to Texas. Pelietlm out a warrant charging them with assault- originated by sparks from a locomotive. and your patron-aj- -- While at Crab Orchard last week I that we can make It to jour Interest, wo confidently aik an examination of our which it undoubtedly is. "In my flesh ing him with intent to kill and they were The President has appointed Edward ltctluHy, TA i JtttOTIIKIlS. Is your flesh took occasion to look in on the State Med held in heavy bonds to the circuit court. L. Hedden Collector of Customs, Hans H. dwelleth no good thing." Let us tell ical Association in session at the Springs The attack was a very disgraceful one, for Beattie Surveyor of Customs, and Silas W. any better my brother, sistei? Some 200 reprscntatives of the which the daily papers of the city are in a Burl Naval Officer, all for the district of the Lord we have "no confidence" in it at Hotel. all, aod "keep it under" in the "power of healing art were present; and I have not New York. xae&sure responsible. seen a finer looking, better dressed, more Walker Blaine, eon of the defeated the spirit." Toe Frankfort Capital says "Col. Tate What my Bro. Carty teaches I have not intelligent nor more genial body of men presidential candidate, is to be married has made no appointments for speaking, yet found out. But it has swept away as brought together. True they were not as but is arranging to go into the canvas, upon this summer to Misj Ettie Farnsworth, by a rushing torrent, for good or ill, the dogmatic as lawyers, not a contentious as Farnswortb, of the advent of the first circus." The Col. daughter of very cream of our London congregations. preachers, nor as noisy as politicians; but for DKlLIaSINW. Va. knows he is as solid as the rocks of Gibral-te- r them get time aud inclina- gentlemanly bearing, social bon hommt, and David Quinn, who hilled a Chinaman When some of I ' and docs not propose to run over the JITPS y3 Drugs, Books, Stationery and v"n tion to write us a full account of the main whole-souleabandon (naturally producn State making speeches this hot weather, during a drunken Sunday brawl, in New irmtrtic-tio- ns ed im by escape for a Ffaon from the sceces features of Bro. Carty' wonderful raiiuy i uuica. 9u,c'V'7r when he can sit back in a cool circus tent York, pleaded guilty to a murder in the , 7 At of sufleriog and conscioufnefs of responsi.'Z, we shall In greatly relieved Cdlj' PnjIe!an' rrcicrlpticn, accurately compouu and regale himself on red lemonade while eecond degree, anil wac senteuced to imprispresent we are in a muddle of perplexity bility incident to the profession,) they preAISO the TOters run up the usual majority all onment for life. and can onl7 hope all may bs sented a refreshing spectacle to the philo Jamei D Fish, the convicted Presi- - about it, the same. ouite richt. And nay the dear LORD sophic beholder. My pet, old Lincoln, I vLtilitiiiiJL ) i utn Instead of ordering troops to Letcher dent of the Marine Bink, New York, has cive irrace to welcomo any real advance in am clad to say, was ably repreecnleJ. An been denied a new trial. So the The Largest Stook of Watches, Olooks, county as requested by Judgo Finley, who the divine life, eren at tho expense of re other feature, with which I was delighted, positively declined to hold court unless be precident will likely spend the rest of his linquishiug cherished ''views." I have and in reference to which I congratulate Jewolry and Silverwara days in Sing Sing, was protected by the military, Governor so often and had to "revie" the profession, was the conspicuous abbeen "upset" Ever bought to this market I'Icea Lower than Madame Ravenna, a" popular concert Knott ban decided to send a special judge tuo lAwm. waicnea, uocii ana Jewelry and "amend" bo frequently that I really sence of the genus dude only a single specBinger, died suddenly abort notlco and Warnnlvd. on the there in Ssptember. He does not believe thouuht I had gotten into a quiet place of imen of the creature being noticed in the uiurumi; ui ner weuuiog aay. She was to that all civil remedies have been exhaust"unshakable" verities. But I may haye assembly. ed and until he is confiJeut tbat the are hae been married to Dr. Euiil Besaels, the to take a "new departure" yet, upon some John McUullough, toe actor, baa been ne will cot order the soldiers to the tceue. scientist of the Polaris Arctic expedition. thought everything stable as First Controller Durham and Fist Au- points where I FlftOOn PrOfQ3SOrf: nnrl lnr.truf.tK.. I am ready to Bent to the Bloomlngdale Insane A'ylum. The report comes via Washington that ditor Gienoweth have discovered that Tid- - the everlasting hills. Well, The oae hundred and ninth anniverThe LORD keep me from learn, I trust. Col.AV. 0. I Breckinridge is a cmdiiUte hill, the K ipublican Marshal f.l of Arizona, sary of the battle of Ft. M mltrio was ...... .uuu 'or TJ. 8. Senator to succeed Mr. fJtck. VVs is $31,000 hehind in hi accounts, and have eser getting too old to lesrn. I don't want uuiiiiiicfliidl UdUrSB 01 JsUflV. Sunday by the at Charleston S. C. COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION incline to the opinion that the honorable reported the si me to the Attorney Gener- to go into a glass case and be cent to a appropriate church I'all term l.CKina Hcpt. ftli, X8H5. Palmetto Guards with V ,r CiiIuIoimii. an had batter worry along as 7 7 r of fofsilsif I oon help it. And pray nn.I . al. The watchful eye of the new Controlfor a term or to at least. ler is not apt to let any of them pav. that I cuppwe for a moment cervices. don't tiink per-tonal An exchange having twitted our bright and cheerful contemporary, the Louisville Timet, on it usual levity of manner, thereby leaving grounds for doubt whether its statements are made in earnest or not, it re plies in this characteristic style: "We have been very much in earnest in ll these months, because it is not a mere summer-day- 's holiday task to put a new paper safely upon its feet as has been done with the Timta. We have gone singing about our task btcause it is better to laugh than be eighinr, and because we haye a natural re pugnance to a newspaper the editorial page of which looks like a macadamized road to a graveyard. If we have misled any by a seeming levity when we were never mote serious in our lives, it has been our misfortune, and we pray that it be not imputed to us as a fault. Great evils have been laugh ed out of existence by those who thus attacked them, while the solemn old roosters, who fire the heavy artillery in solid columns, have been looking for the derivation of a word or the true grammatic construction of a sentence. The Time has done its work in its own way, laughing it may be at some of the weaknesses of its real brothers, but never maliciously. When it has set about the task of reducing its enemies to submission cowing tbem, so to speak-n- one can say that its batteries have been masked. We have fought only in the open GEO. 0. BARNES. J BUGGIES, BUGGIES, BUGGIES! OUR STOCK IS N Q W COMPLETE, -- Carriages, Barouches, Phaetons, Buggies, Surreys, Jaguar Buck Boards, Carls, sure j" sola on Tlaoir Gl'c SMCorits, Iiiilbr -- BRIGHT CURRAH. THE LION WROUGHT IRON RANGE, 'sBy a. 1 W. F5ias3wn!;. ' igi H HIGGINS,:, Lv5?BII-iJc7- 'Sl?I?Bi7BI'r'" MM.v. JS?55ciJP ' at Mus-sulme- n. non-inii- mi TAYLOR BROS. xsrsr. FAMILY GROCERIES cil-dre- Lex-tagto- ly OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY rJ. as-sa- y ton t-- U Wmmf&WMi mm PHAR1YEAGISTS, .v--ff -- 'M ex-Go- Brick-hanno- n, VrJ; (rJS pV. T . JEWELERS. k tfP V 'S3A51 cele-brat- mu-eeu- -- lgulS!ti&JIJ' v., TATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY ,,, 0n-Tcsun- 7 Stanford, Ky Juno 30, 1885 LOCAL TIME CURD. l. AN. Mall tnln going " " Csvrnitraln" ' North ., Bouth... Bouln.... Norb ....1 40 r. u. .. 1 SI A. M. ( 1339 r, M. 2 03 A M The tlmtli ore li calculated on standard time, About 20 nil antes faster iGCMi NOTICES. Solar Buy your school boolci from Penny A McAlisler. Watches and Jewelry repaired on short notice and warranted by Penny A McAHa-U- r. iJuY the Haas Hog Keniedy, the original and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl later. A comi'Lktb stock of jewelry, latest atyle. Kockford watches n specialty. Pen ny a McAlisler. FxitMEJis, Read This. Go to Dr. M. L. Bourne's, druc store and get one pickaxe oi bam A. l lark's Jlog Kerneuy. If you re not satisfied after using it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL. Miss Richmond. Belle Tvnnc is TlsltinK in Mih Maikiie Xewlanii ter visiting relatives, Mn. T. W. Ilimuss. here on n is in Lsnoas is of Louisville, visit, looking well. Kate Hunn, of Shelby City, is the gurst of Miss Alma Hays. MEs?n. W. B. CnooiCE and Jeff Polk, of Altamont, were here Sunday, Mns. Tito. Metcalf has gone to visit at her father's, Mr. T. J. Foster. Mr. Col. T. P. Hill and Mrs. W, M. Lackey are at Dripping Springs. Cait. J. II. Mvrna, of the K. C, who has been sick heie for a week, is nearly well. Mn John Davis and wife, of Monti-cellare visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kicbard Burnett. Mi3 Nannie Gilmore, of Bomerset, wbj has been visiting Miss L'uie Karris, lift yesterday. Mtw Dolus William, a little Hut tonvllle beauty, is the guests of her aunts, the Misses Pavton. Mim Kittie Wiiay returned yesterday from a lengthy visit to her aunt, Mrs. M. L. Wakefield at Bloomlngton, III. That accomplished violinist, 'txjuire Peytou, goes to Dripping Springs to take charge of (he Orchestra. Attorney L. F. Huiicle, of Lancaster, and his very handsome bride took the train here Saturday for visit to friends at Verona. Mr. Will K. Williams came nesr having a sun stroke while setting up n mower the other day but is ou! again after a day or two's confinement. MtM o, W. D. Cummins was employed two yctrs girl has besn con A twelve-year-o- ld ago as clerk in W. M. Howard's atoro at victed in Georgia of the murder of an inA mo line of fftilt jtM and cans M Crab Orchard, Ky. lie wore the collars fant child by immersing It in concentrated Drieht A Curran'i. and cravats kept in the store without char lye, this being the second crime she has Btacki.vo Forties, Grain Cradles, Grass inz himself with tame. He left Crabtown committed to escape the drudger of nursand came to Louisville, where he is now ing. Bladei, Ac, As , at W. II. Hlggins'. The American Steamship, City of To-kl- ii employed driving a streetcar. Howard which went ashore at the entrance of The best bay rake on the market and yesterday morning caused the arrest of of the Yokahama harbor, Is a total loss. only $20, for sale by Bright A Curran. Cummins, charging him with petit larceny. Passengeis, crew and part of the cargo were The Huttonville National Bank declared CourlerJoiirnal. saved. She was valued at a million and a adiridemlof 3 percent, on the last six DEATHS. quarter. months' earnings. The jury in the case of Capt. E. T, Mr. D. A. Chennult, a prominent cttl Accounts duo July 1st, will be ready z;n o( Johnson, on trial for killing Major Edwin Madison, died Siinday of heart dis- on that day. Prompt payment expected. He has many connec- Henry, at Greenville Tenn,, September 23, eaHe, aged G2 years. Wo need the money. KJmiston A Owsley. 1884, returned a verdict of not guilty. Hentions In this county who will grieve at this ry seduced Johnson's wife, who confessed it We aiie glid to know that Mr. James announcement. all to her hutbind In a letter and then killK. Marra will continue his editorial con Mrs. James M, Hill, daughter of Mr. nection with the Advocatt, upon which for John Biugh, died at her home near Halls ed herself. s Fifteen and seven netwenty years be has labored 83 faithfully. Gap, Sunday morning, of dropsy, aged 21 groes coarged with ravishing and murderShe leaves a husband and some little chil- ing a white woman have been hanged hy u The Trustees of Stanford Seminary hate dren to mourn her loss. citizen's posse and a mob in Texas during elected Prof. Abner Rogers principal for the current week. Eight of the s another year, but he has not as yet concluRELIGIOUS. were banged on one tree and four ded to accept the position. The Professor EM. J W.McOarvey will lecture at on another. Texas has long been a resort is a superior instructor and having given Turnemlllo Christian church, July 8;h for criminals from all the States, but this latisfaotton to all his patrons it is hoped and !'.h, at night. sort of thing is calculated to destroy her that he will continue to conduct the school. The last issue of the Danville Advocate popularity with that class of emigrants. The gross earnings of the First Nation- contains a very true picture of R;v, P, T. Lou. Times al Bank of Stanford for the six monthsend Hale, the Baptist Evangelist. Senator Beck had an interview with ing is $13,700. The Board of DirecKev. C C. Smith will preach at Lo- Assistant Postraister General Hay, and tors will meet this morning to declare their gan's Creek Church Saturday afternoon suggested the appointment of a man supregular semi annual dividend. The Farm- next at 2:30 and Sunday at 11 o'clock. ported by himelf and Senator Blackburn of the new Methodist for postmaster at Grayson. ers National Bink earned about $12,500 for Tne corner-stonMr. Hay said the same time and its directors, at a meet- church at Mt. Olivet, In the lower end of there was no vacancy and no charge of par ing held yesterday, arranged to declare a this county, was laid last week. Among tisanship against the present incumbent dividend of four per cent. the articles deposited under It was a copy upon which a vacancy could be made. Sen of the Central Ktntuckij Xcts and Stanford ator Btck is said to have been consideraThe card of the Garrard Female College Interior Journal. Abut 200 people bly incensed at the answer and to o, horse-thievehorse-thievee FnuiT J A lis sad Cans stT. K. Walton's PUBLIC SALE OF JERSEY CATTLE, AT TlIK iw Blue-Gras- N Stock Yards. Xexiiirffii Cf Commencing -- 7 WTv.. - XVoc3LaaescaLi,y, iTa.ly st 12 o'clock, sharp, -- 5LDBOXJ17 ueru-o- II Wl UM.O Ln nnin Kr . ml a Ion from A M J I ntV I A w j. ot Mllleribiinr jkuuico eieciwnoi nimy r,rw sminjisol tn Ilvnt 31 lilt ami """'"J"1" a aJiiabeT. ?f To,1,d Cow-"- J J1,,,.!,?,lncl"dJPK their otTiprln. Aiuoni th cm ire diccnilenx ofBlgnsl. (ilfderoy. Sliver Mine, Rioter ?d, Stoke PogH 3d, Fsfiuers fJlory, Iphoa Rioters and rm- ijrs, UcluJIng a ball brother of Black Prince of Linden, (sold lor StS.WXi) ncl s.ilAl uliat.!. Signal Hulls. CaUlogUM.cadybrJuljrl.t. Address 11. ivArtAcB 01 Moucnsei ni iiui.ii.cumu oi HlcnoUiTIIIe. wljli JOIin nrru iion. t n. Di.srKj, silec i . FarT-sT- is, 1885, HEAD, lh.M,. Sutter . .1 V JIMX Col. It, E. Kdmoniox, Auctioneer. C"-2- texlnston, Ky. THE OBCEDP GOOBB. T. R. WALTON, -- DEALEBIN id o w r I O -- i appears elsewhere in this issue. lie v. Morris Krans, an experienced educator and an accomplished gentleman, here, is the principal, a guarantee that those who entrust their daughters to his charge will have no cause for regret. The institution Is certain to be most successfully conducted during his term in charge. well-know- n ..II.. Ml .. ... I. the Louisville to destroy the reputation of this religious journal by quoting from it 25 "barrels" of strawberries instead of But the devil ever bushels as printed, seeketh to pull down the good and degrade the meek and lowly minded and it makes us blush to think that our good friend, Polk Johnson, should be so willing to act a, bis lieutenant in the matter. Boy Harrison certainly left his work Incomplete in With malicious intent seeks luna Loutmlle teturncd from a visit to MIm '. la lliugh man at Dinville last wesk and ar now guests of Mrs W. G. Ksney. Dil J W. SomnvoRTH, of Glasgow, Mo , who cime to Kentucky to attend the Alutitl Meeting at Georgetown College, is the gnuta of his elassmite, Col. W. G Welch. Mr. and Mrs Davih Looan, of New Market, Mo., and Mrs. Ssrab Jane Perrin, rf Camden Point, are guests of Mrs. Sam-ns- l J. Kmbry. The ladles are her sisters and this Is Mrs. Perrln's first visit to her in !20 years. TrtE Eliztbethtown Aim referring to the fact that Cashier J. 6. Grimes has been electei a director in the Kentucky National Ihnk, of Loui'vill, sys: "His election Is a very great otnplimtnt to so young a min, but his fine business iiualilies and ex y c silent financial judgment uixde him in way worthy of the honor. ev-e- Miis Maooie anii Laura Jon" It oives us pleasure to try a good word far Postmaster B. G. Alford. He took charge of the office under an almost unani mous opposition hut by gentlemanly bear ing and uniform courtesy, he has made friends of his enemies and if his politics were of a proper kind, the same people would sign a petition to keep him In office who so strongly opiosed him before. We were one of his bitterest opponents but we have long since been forced to admit that he ha filled the oflioe moit creditably and well, and no one wa quicker than we to give him his just dues and acknowledge his competency. If his democrat successor shall do as well, there will ntver bo cause for complaint. . . . . - o Lancaster News. were present. At the General Association of Biptists In Kentucky, which met last week in May-fie- ld, a majority of the 57 associations in the 1,300 churches and a membership of 121,000 were represented, Kev. Green Clay Moderator and Hon. Smith was T. C. Bell, of Harrodsburg, Assistant. It was Brother Morrison's Intention to have closed his meeting Sunday night but such a large crowd gathered and the interest seemed eo great that he could not say the parting word, so the svrvicea are continued until, further notice. Sunday morning the following persons were baptized and received into the Methodist church: Mile. M. Blind, Misses Tillie Hill and Halite Owsley, Mrs. Margaret E Gann, Mrs. Zsnia Bricken and Messrs. F. M. Ansley, II C. Gsnn, John W. Pennington, Saml. H. Bricken, Rowan Saulley and Henry Mills, Jr. Miss Btck and Min Banghman, who made professions of religion, will join the Presbyterian and Baptist churches res;ectively. ted have said 'Mjmjjjlfim CO jjjjf MlH". ' '!' he was not used to such treatment. TO THE PUBLIC. that I am distasteful and odious I to some members of the democratic party and more so now than whtn first nominated. I love Its principles too well, and am too proud of my clean record and clean hands to endanger its success at my time of life I have served It long, served it faithfully, served it well and in withdrawing from the race and taking my same old place in the ranks shall delight to continue in its service. I give place to the man who can unite us. Allow me to return my hearty thanks to my faithful friends. I shall not have to ask you to do your duty. Very respectfully, J. H. Miller. Stanford, Jnne 29. know ARE YOU MADE MISERABLE by Indigestion, Corutlpatlon, Dizziness, Lots ot Appetlts Yellow Skin? Shlloh's Vltallzer li a positive cure. For e&le by Penny A McAlIster. SEW ADYEBTiSEME.tTS. And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. IN ADDITION TO GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, HE KEEPS Tin-- , Glass- - and Queensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- lAno, STOCK AND CROP he was the preacher referred to in an article of last week, which we condensed from a letter received from McKinney, Iter. J. K. Tripled telephoned us yesterday that there were no grounds for the statement that he had cruelly mistreated a little white hired girl and that It wa false in every particular. The lie originated in the minds of some street loafers and the good people of McKinney are justly Belilyino that LOCAL MATTERS. Tin 8ET8 very cheap. T. It. Walton. indignant that they should have sought it publication. Mr. F. M. Ware adds his testimony to the above and says there is not a word of truth In the report As wc gave no names of course we had no other intention in the matter than to ascertain the real state of the case. Mr. J. II. Walker also, in a letter, denies the truth of the report. s Ai.nr.tNY Cow for sale. W. H. Higgles.1 Ten ytars ago some correspondent of the Thy the Qaeen Kins'. ccflee pot m at W. H. Hig- A !! New goods just received by Edmlston Owsley. .... si Padleh's cradles, mowing blades, Bright A CurranV. Ac , at A LAKQEetocK of doming to be closed out very cheap KJmiston A Owsley. Lrc ii'HE.-- Mr. T. B. Dotnareo P. G. W C. T. will deliver a free lecture at the Court-houshere Thursday night and at Danville Fridsy night, to which everybody is invited. e by who sent us'the bax of cake will please rend her name, not necessarily for publication but as au evidence of good faith and an assurance that It is not an tflort to "pfrsn" us, The party mtil merchants in town have agreed The Stanford Gun Club, H. C. Bright, to close their stores next Saturday, July 1, e enisy tho National Captain, will observe ttio following and with their clerks in the tournament on the 1th of holiday. This notice Is given so that perConditions, (five traps) National sons may supply themselves with anything Julyi First Gun Club Kuies, nb handicap. they may need before that day. event, ten single bird'; five trap; eecond, TiiEjlNTEHion Journal has no closer dye pair double birds; third, ten single clay or more appreciative reader than Its friend, pigeons, 21 yards risr, one trap straight French Tipton, of the Richmond litiMcr, away; fourth, team shoot of three meu who cm not bear to eee a mistake in it eith- oich, each team to be composed of men er in spelling or otherwise Occasionally, from satno county, 10 single birds uud 3 however, after close scrutiny, he nous one pair double birds; fifth, "Stanford Gun uud he ii sure to let us know about it, for Club" shoot, open to allcomers. Condiwhich we are duly thankful. Au isjue or tions: five trapt; National Gun Club Rules; two ago we had occasion to ute the word nine eingle and three pair double bird?; 25 sheol instead of its more familiar and easier participants to fill at 23 cents each bird. spelled synonym, The compositor thought No entrauce; first prize, L. C. Smith bretch-loadin- j he knew better than wo and set it up ehoel gun, $70; second priza Victoand this has thrown our good friend Into ria Gun Case, $10; third prize, 100 convulsions, because he thought we were Chtrubrrlain shells, $3 50; sixth, seven and missed it so far. single black birds, 21 yards rise; straight trying to eay thoc-heKeep ou iu tho good work, Tip, we can away one trap. Shooting to commence at stand the mortification of having a word 0 o'clock. All birds, except In Stanford mispelled on us occasionally, when we Gun Club Mitch will be charged at 5 cents know that to find ll, vou have to wade oich. A seventh event has been added for through tail imbibe a good deil of useful amateurs only, ttu single and three double birds, fivetraps. Information in dolrg ec . pro-gram- All the sent us an account of a lady who planted a row of something which took all the seed she had. When she went back to cover it up she found that a hen had followed her and devoured every grain she had planted. In a quandary io what to do she finally hit upon the happy idea to kill the hen, get the seed out of her craw, replant them and have "spring chicken" for dinner. She carried her thought into execution and everything went lovely as the goose hung high. Every year about seeding time since the first some new correspondent has sent us the same story, the one at Halls Gap being the last to do so. The Somarset Jltpuilican has just gotten hold of It and nccording to its lust Issue its publication has "has excited a great deal of comment." The miserable old chestnut is likely to serve for generations to come. Interior Journal One thousand bushels of wheat will cover the crop of Madison county- .- Register. Tbe first new wheat has been brought into the Btllitnore market from Lancaster county, Virginia. It sold at $2 per bushel. Mr. Dint. Stagg tells us that his sons have a crop of 23 acres of wheat in Carey that will average '2" bushels to the acre. Attention is called to the large sale of Jer-ecattle belonging to John B. Wallace and K. McMicheal, Ltxington, notice of which will be found on this page. The American hog holds his own and pork packers look cheerful when men engaged in other industries are despondent. From March 1 to the present date 2.0S0.000 hogs have been packed, as against 1,815,000 for tho corresponding period last year. An inch of rain to the acre is equal to 113 tons, as some speculative philosopher has figured out. Assuming this as tbe unit of an acre, to create an average corn crop of 425,000,000 tons will require tbe consumption of about 215.000,000,000 tons ol distilled water. A crop of Burley tob-cc- o sold in Louisville last week at an average of $23,14 tbe highest price being $28 and four other hogshead were sold at $20.50, $21.50, $20 and $23 per 100 pounds, while In Cincinnati the highest price of the entire year is $1S7j. In point of volume the sales of 18S1 in Louisville exceed the sales ! Cincinnati y From my preirltes, In Ciiey county, near Yoism-l- t, on tbtnlgbtof the 23d of June, a Ttvnxrn JillV, btwenCand 7 years old, htgn hipped and rather inclined to be rough mide, bef wtb iho- -. high tteel-toesuitable for wagoning pur- -; ork no particular addle gait, tut a good animal. For r return to us or tor iuformation that will lead to htr recovery I will pay a liberal reward. St-Yofemttc. Ky. -d STOLEN! Notions, Ammunition and Spices Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. (llltsoy. It THE BOOTH PRIVILEGES OP THE Canned Goods from the Best Canneries of the Country. HUSTONVILLE SATURDAY, JULY At 3i-- FAIR lllh, 1SS5, Will be told at IIuitonTille on 2 o'clock r 2Dth,3.thand31it. M. Tbe Fair will be held July WILL R. WILLIAMS, Sec'y. sa.in rcR a catalooce ok For Bargains, There Is No Ph.oe Like the Corner of Main and Somerset Sts. Garrard Female College, LANCASTER, n KY. Larger Corps ol Instructors than any Female Col leg-Ithe State. liulltllnji new andappolut- tnenU unexcelled. Terms resonable. Next teflon couitueDMt August 31st, 1SS5. For further information, address J10UHI3 EVAKS, D. D., Trea't. WHOIalSSAIalS PRICES t (leu'l Fayette llewctt, State Auditor. Frankfort, &y ; vol. it. i'. Alien, oupi. nj. umnij .mutate and President Ky, Teachers' AaaicUtlon, Farmdale, Kv.; Col. J. W. Tate, State Treasurer, Frankfort, Ky., Trot. J. Desha Flcketl, Supt. oi Rkfehkncks: We refer by permlss'on to the following gentlemen Ilia Excellency, J. I'roctor Knott, Oorernor ol Kent.uky, Frankfort, Ky.; Public Instruction of Kentucky, Frankfort, Ky , Gov. Luke, P. Ulackburn, Louisville, Ky.; Gov. James B. McCreary, Richmond, Ky ; (ien'l II. King White, Pine Bluff. Ark.; Rev. tt. 11. Kain naugh, State Chaplain, Frankfort, Ky. (34-2- Over 40 Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagons, Over 40 farm Wagons and many other Good to be RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES. three-fold- . GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Cancer of Tongue! Some ten years ago I lial a icrjfulous sore on my which gave megi at trouble, and under the old time treatment waj healed up and I nippewd 1 was well. I lounl, however, that It was only driven Into the syston by the use ol potash and mercury, and in March, IBS.'. It broke out in my throat and concentrated In what soue nominated c nicer- I was plac.d ol the doctors this disease. Some six or ser-e- u under trratuient of the best physicians In the couutry bad meat dlQerent Hires uudrr their charge, nmoug tbeui three speilali.ts 1 1 this line; bat ono after another would exhaust their skill and diop me, tor I grew .'i sa Lancaster. Rsy. Wm. Saoesmitb, of Vanceburg, delivered temperance lectures at the. Courthouse Saturday evening and at the Baptist church Sunday evening to large and interested audiences. Van Barries & Co , of Louisville, have attached the stock of D, G. Orr, the tailor, for a debt of S1.0S2 87. A receiver will likely be appointed to day to dispose of the stock of goods, fixtures &c. The examining trial of Hammonds, Burdett, Matthews, Saunders, Carpenter and Wheeler charged with shooting and kill-in- g Simon Sebastijn while resisting arrest last month, was bigan before Judge Walker Saturday and will be concluded today (Monday.) They will of course be discharged as it will be proven they were only acting in tho discharge of their olB:Ul duties. Miss Abble Yautis, of Innependence, is the guest of her deter, Mrs, Q. Jones Salter. Miss Nellio Anderson, of Indiana, is visiting Mrs. Qeo. II, Brown and other relatives, Mrs. W. O. Danlap, of Nicho-lasvillis visiting Mrs, Gen. Lindram. Kev, Morns Kv.ins and family, of Millers-bur" and Miis Willikms, of Texas, have arrived at Garrard Female College. Kev. Eriuis filled tho pulpit at the Methodic chinch Sunday morning. Mr. R. K. Wot gjcs to Cincinnati on bualnesa g, A Cane ItcKeiitbiinu Unit Gen'l Too Many Goods on Hands; Trado is Dull and Thoy Must So Sold. , Grant. right band GEO. D. WEAKEN, ainnnrncturerft Agent. "The Bourne from which no Traveler Returns Sick." CATECHISMS FOR OLD CHILDRENWho It tho oldest man ? Dr. Brown Who is tho wisest man? Col. Fountain Box Fobbltt. Who Is the handsomest man ? Dr. Ed. Kstes, What tlirco couploi aro going to marry next week? This Is a secret, but Dr. Bourne will tell you, Sb.w-c.M- fr - (ontlnvially. The cn.cer bad eaten tarough mv cheek, dcstiojlnz the loof of my mouth and upper lip, then aitf.elced my tong.it-- , palate and . War Hi, . .l.itrnvlnz. tho nalatt and under III) CD w v. .., r tlrely and Malfiuy tongue, eating out U 1IIO IUJI Ul my ft cheek bane and up to the kit a hearty, louuil woman oi iou pounus i was Irame ot ktn and bancs, almost to a unable to turn myself In bed. 1 could nst eat any solid lood, but sulxlsted on liquids nnd my tongue was so far gone I could not talk. Tho anguish of mind and the borrlble suileringi of body which I Utrcn up by experienced never cau bo revealed physicians io U1P, wiiuuuuujuj iii luuitti iivu around my bcdsldn extbe part of lilecdi wliosat fact, my pecting oery moment to bo my lait-- In inubaid would placo bis hands on me every now to whether I was alive or not, and at mid lbeu that life wm cx'iu'.t ncd my onetl io all death ww rero ted all over the country. fc"'icii wjs my wrotclicd and tuiplitj condition the flistol last O:totxr (18bl when my Irlends commenced givluj me swill's Specific. In less than a month the eating pl.ues atyppei and my aperture In the check has bseu cWd ac I firmly Ui.i ted tcgetlnr. wor-- e . e (icods, SreUailcs, Articles, MlicA ratnti, Stationery, Toilet Articles, Books, ilatct, Ac., Ac, Ac. Is the luckiest man? boo It M. Jocjs (bit wife has triplets.) Who la the sharpest person ? Tho one wko imik with yours truly, till tbe cows come homo. Who Who d Ml with Dr. Bourne? All who want good goods and cheap prices. Who Is lieu S. Swope'a sweetheart ? Aik Luclcn Lasley. WbatdoesDr. Bourns keen? He doesn't ktt,i anything; ho ttlti ell kinds of Medicines, Fancy 91. JL. KOUKWE, AT THE NEW DRUG STOBC, STANFORD, KY. ti A amu tllty rout-'l- ' of ileili. A I this, ui der tho blein:s of amertirully Heavenly Kother; Is duo toBwirt's Specific. I air. a wonder .tnd t unrrc! tu all my friends, hundreds of whom havo known my s. sufferings and have visited ma la my Wl.l'elamnot well, yet my gratl.ud? Is Tho President to day suspended Horr.-t- io none the devout and I am connleut that a perof Illinois, as Director of fect recovery Is now In sight. Ii any doubt thoio C. I would refer tbeui tolloii. John 11 Traylor, facts, the Philadelphia mint, and appointe J James Statorfeiiaiw"! this district, whu Is my neighbor, HraJtleld, of Ladraugo, Oa.. or to any B, Kimball, of Pennsylvania, iu his stead. Dr. T. $living in the j The President hai reccgnlz:d Karl altilc-i.o-jBur-chard- tltilf proecisofanewuvler I'.pl-- ' the toogue, wlihu was almott demoted, is belngrcciwodaal ttiei-u- that niiluro is supplying a new tougue. I can talk so Out my friends ! .n ruilllr nmltrit'l'il Ub inl can ojt solid lood able to walk about wbororer I plcao again. I wltboiu tbe atslstanieofanyiuesnd liaro gained Jib A UNBERTIKKR, AND- - , L.Urane, lis., May . ISM. Politer as Con?ul of the German Empire at Troitlst on blojdaud ikiu SoM by alldrngsl-is- . Cincinnati for the Statej of Indiana, Ken- dl,ww mall! ffsj.E 6wtFp ppRCIFIC co ( tucky, Mfohisn, Ojio and WuH Virgirh Drawer , Atlanta, (la.; Nev Vk, 17 W Ml ft. ftf'$?lfi' Full niid complete luworimeut ol Furniture, emEmiclug a orjthliiR from tho Cheapen! to the Fluent Parlor Knltes. Xa need to ro to tho lurso cIUch to liuiko your purchrreHutiuAUet what quantity or quality you w ant, as I can ami W1U Uijrlicaif any price you can obtain elsewhere, freight heliiR uililed. Alo a full assortment ot Collins, Oases, Bhromla ami Itoben, einnrac-lii-c all tho New Slylen, both cheap and expensive, Ware rcowup opposite St. Abaph Hotel, Klauford, lealei in ITxii-aiitiir- e I JL Iy. 1 sancmraammnarmm CHArTKK Shm-W&ttV- 27. ii4exi-illctvcy h nif rior$ournal O REPRODUCTION OF A HUMAN JOINT, OF STIRlilXG HISTORY A TALLY-HFOREMOST POLKS. OF v BELLES AND BEAUX THE METROPOLIS. Annual I'nmdo of tlio Coaching Club Hevr I'li'liliiu Slums Itself to tin Coin- moil 31iiUltm1ont the Knees A limn b.iok. Vory mplendent was the Oonchln; clul As a sjwetator of a on it BUUel parade. circus' entry into town, you may hnvi. nbatod your aw tufllcieutly to pity tho bo deckod women who, perclioil high on thi bedlatvned chariot), with their facsi an J finory cruelly glared by tho noonday sun, trer subjects of much shameful comment mid little genuine admiration. Now her wero thirty. three of tbo foremost bellos ol tho motropjli, maidens, and young wives nil reputable for social north, voluntary exhibits in precisely such n cavalcade. Thoit state were on the lofty t ps of gaily painted coaches, drawn by double teams of hones. Their clot lot were of tho latest brightmu in spring toilotj; and the loudly blown horns of buglers announce.1 their progress through tho most thronged roadways of Central park. .Multitude statvd, choored, and sometime joerod. The exhibited section of pohto society posed audaciously atop of tho coacbas, making altogether, including three men and inthreo women to each vehicle, sixty-si- x dividuals; and it was all quite correct, our swells did It. Something of discord ratna out of the Coaching club, but tbo cauo was so distinctly artistic, so purely tvithatic, that it ought to Lo construed as evidence of tho state c.f culture among our pooplo of highoU polish. The trip up through Central 'park, back down Fifth avenuo and into Madison square, had been attended by satisfactory multitudes of impudently staring spectator.. At several point tits exhibited belles and beaux had teen delightfully the subjects of insulting photographers and sketcberi, and altogether the afternoon bad bsen ono of Immense success. Nothing remained but to climb down tho ladders from tho coach tops with un. revelatory grace, and go in to a dinner in tho Hotel Brunswick. Plates wore laid for sixty-fouThe actual eaters were only sixty-onTho throo absontees were ycung women in white raiment They went Just in through the doorway, and saw that tho luxuriously decorated hall was heated by gn, burning within pink globes. Tbey wero dismayed by the light The illumini. tiou gave a pink hue to everything on which it fell. Their white dre unJer it becamo roseate. Their cdmplexloni wouldn't permit adjunctiro raiment of that tint. Could tho objectionable gla's bs removod? No. Then the three belles would take themselves away from the hateful light They did so, in spite of all beseechmeiit. Thero were rsce at Jerome park throo afternoons of the week. Ou no other courss in America are tbo scene) which characterize French and English g so nearly reproduced. The facllltios for fashion to show itself to the common multitude, without mixing thoroin, are peculiar. The track Is not a regular ollipu, for the long sido opposite the grand stand is so deoply indented that the horse), in going along that stretch, are brought within fifty feat of the spectator?. An abrupt hill U the cause of this eccentricity in tho circuit. And on tbo eminence stands tho club house, accossiblo only to members, who thus are placed right in front of th general assemblage. Somo of them came m fifteen to twenty d coach', with the ladies in very gay toilet., and each vehicle with a bugler loudly blowing. The drivo from tlw Murray Hill section of tho city I about eight milos, through Control park and picturesque country roads, and many stage-load- s of sightseers follow tho circus-lik- e coachos for the diversion of it, instead of taking tho quicker trains on the railroad which has been extended to the course. The s, top of a coach comfortably holds six and the division is usually equal as to sex. Thus each roof holds conspicuoudy three bolles whoo costumes, faces and manners are subjscfcs for critical scrutiny by jingle-liarnosso- d o r. e. horse-racinfour-in-hanpar-sou- tew York Cor. Dostcn Herald.) thousands. Out of thirty two who wre noted on this occasion by tho writer, four wore bright red, flvo blue, one yellow, elevon white with colored ribbons, one purple, ono groan, and tho rost thgbtly less brilliant hues. Tho stylos cf tho garments wero as olntorate as for a ball, save that arras and nocks were covered and the skirt i had no Isngth of trail. There open parasols on every coach added to the resplendency, for thoo article) werj of u fashionably ainpb Mm, and they matched the ilre-e- i in colors b le printing nn audacity of deoora'tion which wa-n- 't risked in the robes. Tho cooctoi in they arrived, no after nnother. in rapid succession, rolled fcrifekly ucrofcs the sodded lawn nt the foot of the bill, commanding the eyes of the 13,003 persons packed in the public stands and cu the quarter Stretch. Nimble lackeys In livery placed ladders, down which tho ladles art imbed a feat whovj graea or nwkwurd-nowas not infrequently upplaudod ordo-ridoThen tbo dandies and belles scat-tere- d about tho hillside and verandas, making the most showy of figurants and group-- , ami all the wbils palpably conscious that tliov wre exhibited. JttitW'oen races they had luncheons, some King into the housj for tho purpose, but roost of them eating and drinking, picnic fashion, oa the grass. The only drawback to thuir oxcluiive diversion was tho democratic mass to guy them. Tbo pop of n champagno oirk would caii'o eii fi, mid whenever a cirl skinned frisk ily thero would arie exclamation of rapturous admiration. Noverthelo-s- , these display of wealth have increased on successive raw days during the week, and they nro augmented by many liedde those who go in a tally-ho- ; so that tho foreign moJo of going to the race) may bo said to have this season become protty flrmly established at Jerome pal -- any proceedings which might inculpate him as an accessory to the doing of griavous conbodily harm. Eventually tbo witno-sented to tho moot rod ink instead of blood, ilow far tbo oath was effectual in this diluted form will novor, wo suppose, bo known. JnpaueMi otii. Tribune An interesting contribution to the comparative study of oatb3 was niada In London at tbo iuqiiast ou the Japanese workman who was killed when tho village wj burned down. One of the native wltnes-ei- , ou ing nikod to tako the oath, said it was the custom of bis nation to do so by the shedding of blood, to as to givo the impression of tbo thumb on paper in red. Tho otllcers of the court did not soom to roliih tho idea of themselvo) providing the ruquirod blood, and tbo deputy coronor refusal to sanction ,V (Chicago 1. Lacked Neatnou uud Uniformity. A bright westorn youth got a uoat autograph album filled with signatures, but 03 REMEDY. KHILOH'd CATAIUUI roslllra they lacked neatness nnd uniformity he bought a new book and copioJ all tho names cure for Catarrh, Djphthcrla auJ CioVer Mouth, into it Now Lo is happy. For sale If Penny i, Me.VlUter 1 1 I'll stay until tbo end of the soaon. Didn't menu auy thing In particular. Have you been down to Jones' yet! Am going out today to hunt up herd. Don't know where they aro, and am a littlo worried. Will be gone some time. Tbo Loss has been gone two days now, and nobody ain't soon him- - Do you want ,mo for boss? Herd nil right, but best skipped. I'm keeping things straight How muchjiui I to get for being bovl bixs lit out with n young wldder from Trinidad, ami things all going to tho dogs here. I bossed a ranch in Texas and two In Nebraska, and think I can give you satisfaction. Hoping to hear from you soon, etc. Reported hore that the boss bad sold fourteen of best stock and skippod to Mexico with another man's family. It ain't necessary for you to como out I'm hero, and will run things just as it I always had. Sorry to inform you your boss killed a mnn last night, and ha 1 to jump the counMurray in Washington Kepubliain.j I'm in try. Terrible excitement bere. Now, tho seven days' tramping in tho mud charge, and would like to ba be s . of tbo Chlckahominy swamps had protty It is hinted around that your head man has been lynched up iu tho mountain, and well used up the shoes of tho troops boforo I thought as you might be needing a, chief the marsh began, and, as it was nocossarily I would apply. I'm from Panhandle, a forced one, there was a largo number of that was always chief till I came bere. men barefooted ove,n before we arrived at and Got back here after tho almight the Rappahannock. As n god portion of iest ride you ever heard of. Mlsd tho tho marching was made on turnpikes which herd somehow, and while I was away thoy were in very lad conditition, those who camo back hare. Understated that tho boys wero without shoes were soon lamed by cuts have been telegraphing you that I had s and on their feet and, of skippod the country, and applying for my course, wero compelled to remain iu the roar place. Just keep them telegrams. Herd One ot lied to and would have been of no account in a all right was. and the boys mightv me about I came near not battlo oven under the supposition that they where it back nt all. Am on dsck again. trotting could have managed to got up to where tho Dnn't come out unless you svant to. lino of battlo was formed. Licked four cowlwys this morning, and This evil became of serious projections got it in for some more. Don't como out oven before we arrived at tho Ilappahan-noc- k jut yot Mauled Jim, Jerry, Felix, an I Hill as nbovo stated, and to remedy the Hill itlrazjo), nnd got mauled matter as far as possible Gen. Loo ordered n Tom Gilnin, Hank, Simon,bynnd three russhoemaker to bo detailed from oach regi tlers. Will bo all right to morrow. ment to cut from tbo hides of the beeves Licked Bill lUrnzosi. Tom Giliilii. Hank, slain each night a specios of moccasins which Simon, nnd three rustlerr. Send two doct r. would afford some protection to tbo feet Things all peaceful Tom Gilpin said ho him again. Never When a fellow donned a pair of tbeso un- was chief, and lick-couth arrangements with tho hair out he mind doctors. Man dead, A hundred other telegrams still on file looked llko a "rough footed Scot" sure enough. Now, as long as the hides remained gave n very clear insight into numerous disgreen they wero easy to the feet, turbances that had taken place, and conbut when from contact with tho hot cerning which the owner had done nothing dusty and raids thoy becamo dry mora than t send an occasional answer and as hard as sheet iron, they were counselling peace. In another cattle man's olllce a great roll simply instruments of torture accoramodat-n- g themselves to tho shape of tho foot and of mossagei was shown to your correspondrasping otr skin and ilesb at overy step. ent from which the following are taken: 1elHer'rf men camo over and made Tbo only way to get them oil tbo swollon, to dry them up, but talk. blistered, and bleeding foot was to cut thorn big drunk Tried ugly. Jim got mad couldn't. All mid hit and off. Tho writor was ono of tho unfortunates one man a wipe, and tho others piled on. who bad painful experiences of this 'improvised Our men camo up, and Lelller's men reas Gen. Tjo styled It, and treated about four miles to log cabin. Wo was sj thoroughly disare going to move on thorn as a consequen.-Arrlvud hero at S p. m. Big tight up too abled as to bo unablo to tako part in tho battles of second Manassas, South Moun- valley. Bigge-- t fight you over seo. Got six tain, and Antietam, having Leon loft behind of leaver's men hero to help us, and nm again. when tho army crossed over into Maryland. Your dispatch came too late, Got to seo Thoso may have been a bloss-In- g this thing through now. men surIn dlsguiso I'or me. howovor.or tho rounded, and all got to croak. Solid all Seventeenth regiment lost heavily In thoso your dispatches here. Can't do it The whole United States battlos. army can't stop us. Don't give a cus. This Gen. rut! Sheridan's Family. thing has got to bo settled. Washington Cor. Albany Jouriiul. Got nine Injuns to liolp. Gave thorn all knives and lilies. Lelller's men starving. Tbo other day tbo twins, Irene nnd Louise, We'll go in and slice tbem up at daybreak. had a birthday, and us Mary, their eldest Didn't get off owing to row among sister, was accorded a birthday dinner lost Injuns. Will settle things Look February, at which time she became lOyoars out for blood. old, her little sisters could not be apinasoi Send iu your tioops if you dare. We've without one, so tboir grandmother mado got tw deputy shenirs here in irons, nnd handsomo little dinner lurty, at will hang them the minute wo seo tho them a which presents wero shown from tholr ab- troop'. Don't care for proclamations. Don't enro sent parents, and many llttlo tokens were for herd. recolved from their playmatos. Mrs. SheriToo ought to dan's present was threo red parasols, ono for sooner. Into, You gang has ha vo totelegraphed got go. dl!lor's each of the threo little girls, nnd n. box of Heavv firing nil uignt. Boys enthusineck-tie- s for Phil, tho youngest of nil. You astic. Going to move nt suurlso. ought to seo tun stato in which thoso threo Got here nt l o'clock Iif!ler'.s small maidens go out wulklng now under mon got away, and we chased them nil over six townships. Mado thorn hump. Will bo thoso red parasols! Thoy nro not pampered children, but nro back on tho ranee ns soon as wo can move comfortnl Iv. Please solid two coillns right trained, on tho contrary, to u wholcsomo nwny. Nothing extra. Just good, plain In simple pleasures. Ono of thuir din- colli '. ner guosts of that day, who has attained tho Wliild those missives worn Imin? oonlml n. speculative ago of S yoars, was sorely puz messenger boy ennio in with a telegram zlod in his in. ml to know how two llttlo siswnlcu tuo cattle man ojwnod nud road ters could have exactly tho samo birthday, aloud; as ho had nover boforo been called to wro-tlTom Belden jumped on Dan nnd Dau with tho problem of twins. Ho attempted chaced him up a li II. Thero yot. Dan to discuss the subject with his mothor, and swears ho will kill him. Am trying to got said prudently; "I think, mamma, there uan on. is uat suan wo iloj The mnirnato of tha hni-il- j siclim! must be somo mistake about it I should think there must bo five months dhTerenco and sent somo sort of an answer, after which ho turned around and said: "I nm between them anyway." Irene, one of tho twins boars tho mother's getting protty tired of ruuniug a ranch by Thoy are all nice children nnd the wire, nud tho next time 1 go up in tho counll a mo idols ol their father. Ho very kindly mado try I am going to stop tho nonsenso. It your correspondent, who hud happeuod in costs a hoap of money, and tho boys don't quito unconsciously ou a matter of business do anything but describe their dltllcultlos. I bol.'evo thoy got into broils for ray benewith tho general, u s)ecta tor of tho birthday dinner to llttlo Mary last winter. Phil, fit, and for the fun of sanding the particuot them to me. That row old, was perched ou a high chair lars the at tho right of his beautiful mother, nnd that you havo just Leen reading Mary, looking vory conscious and blushing, about Lotwean my mon and Laillcr's aggravating aliair I was escorted into tbo dluiug-rojion her was tbo most father's arm and seated at his right Somo over hearl of. The boys ran down all our half dozan littlo friends hol'ied to flit tho pontes, and. boddos unfitting themselves for table, which was decorated with Dowers in work, thoy kept mo at tho telegraph olllco profusion and its specialty was a luscious pretty much all the time for two or threo dnys. When thoy wero ou the warpath birthday cake. tuoy couiutrt t.o foun I for more than half Why Sim 1'ult Acquainted. an hour ut any ono station, and I had to got Illoston Uiilletln.l a man and follow them tho bent way I could, It bin no sense a part of an American firing dispatches after thorn as fast as I minister's duty to act as social sponsor for could. When I thought I had located them ambitious nobodies, or to Introduce at court they would show up at some telegraph olllco Ieoplo who do not know how to Lobavo fifty miles from where I thought they were, when thoy get thoro. A onco too easily and finally when I sont a message I had it porsuadol minister ylcldod to tho teasing of dropped at overy station within a. circuit of ono of hi) countrywomen nnd prosonUd hor ICO miles. It was a lively time," at tho court of ono of tho continental Just then another tolegraph messenjor nations. Ths queeti recolvod hor most came in, nnd tho owner read a tnos.sngo from kindly, but judge of tho minister's horror his boss: when, to her majesty's kindly welcome, tho Dau brought Boldon down at second shot. American woman replied: "I really feel as Coronor's jury now Bitting ou Boldon. Don't if I had known you a long tlmo; you know send any more dlsnatchos llko that last ono. wo go to tho samo chiropodist It dostroys discipline. P last-nameo car-loaroot-Gear." to-da- y stone-bruiseto-d- ay foot-gear," o go-Iihfoot-torturv do-lig- ht 11 o I n Animals' 1'owcr of tctmtrlii2 Injuries. St. Oeor.e Mivart In Fortnightly Heslew. I may quoto, ns mi oxainplo, the case of n railway guard, whose arm had been so injured that be had been compelled to have tho elbow with its joint cut out, but who afterwards dovelopnl a now joint almost ns good as the old one. In the uninjured condition tho outor bone of the lower arm the radlm ends above in ft cup, which plays against part of the lower end of the boi.e of the upper arm, or humerus, while its side also plays against tbo sldo of tho other boi o of tho lower arm tbo ulna with the Into: position of a cartilaginThe radius nnd ulna are ous surfnoi. united to the humerus by i)ano and strong membranes or ligament, which pass It and them anteriorly, posteriorly, and on oach side, and aro nttached to projecting procascos, ono on ench side of tho hum;iu. Such was tbo condition of tho part) which were removed by tho surgeon. Nino yea rs after tho operntfon tho patlont died, nnd Mr. Symo had tho opjwrtunlty of Iksectitig tbo arm, which In tho meantime had sorved tho jwor man jwrfoctly woll, ho having loon in tho liabit of swinging himself by It from one carriage to another while-thtrain was in motion quito as easily and securely as with tho other arm. On examination Mr. Symo found that tho amputated 2nd of tho radius had formed a fresh polished surface, nnd played b&tU oil tho humerus and tho ulna, a material somothing liko cartilage being intorpuiod. The oud) of tho bones of tho forearm wore lockod in by two proeassos projocting downward from tho homenis, nnd also strong lateral and still anif posterior ligaments i trouper anterior again bound thorn fast to tho lust named bone. It would bo eay to bring forward a number of more or loss similar casos. Tbo amount of reproduction of lint parts which may take place in many of tho lower animals is astonishing. Thus tho tails of lizards, if broken otr, will grow again, and the limbs of newt) will bo reproduced, with their bones, musclos, blood .vossels, and nerves. Even tho eyo and lower jaw have d been seen to be reproduced in tho animals. If certain worms bo cut in two, sach half will become a perfect animal, tho bead producing a now tail and tho tail n now head; and a worm called n nals has been cut Into as many as twonty-fivpart) with a like result. But the most remarkable animal for tho power of repalriug iujurio) is the fresh-wathydra,' almost any fragment ol which will, under favorublo circumstances, grow Into a new and ontiro fresh mlnial. Confederate "Improvised smooth-surfncod Tho Cut) of u lUtlwny Oiiuril RANCH RELATED TELEGRAMS. iN LIVELY Tlio Fun of liuniilii Wire Itnuoh rionty of FlKlitliie anil n l.hely Drinnntl for Whisky. it C'nttlo Ir) Detivigr Cor. New York Sun. Your correspondent siw in a wealthy M-tl- o n large bitch man's private ollloe of telegrams from his boss all datod nt Trinidad, near which tho nsndh is located. The proprietor is a man of great wealth mid leisure, and, aside fromthe t'legraius, there was nothing but receipted bills for household and peronal expenses to indicate that any businoss was over done In bis very elaborately furnished otllco. In tlio order of tholr rocoipt, and omitting many of minor Importnuco, these despatches, coveting v. period of six weeks, read as follows: Hired three rustlers from Tin Cup at $2a and grub. Send arms and ammunition. Threo heifers foil ov. r a blulf last night, and broke uoi-- and legs. Killed ono and skinned others. Had u seventoHU-mllchaio after tho four Texans. Run down one horse, nnd got Jim laid up with n sprained anklo. Send dowu some greasa and whisky, particularly whisky, sure. Don't forget whisky. Four quart. Get whlky at Jones's. Splendid weather for cattle, but mon in Lad shape. Whisky mighty poor. Can't you gei some irom Jones's lor a cnangoi Herd otV nbout sixty miles to south ou Perkins's range, I guess Hoard firing this to-d- ny e r the good people el thIaOsmnjouweiilth Mtoth necsswlty ol mllii'ii h ConTeutloii to nmeml tlio CmiMltullon (iml to Bwrrishi the number of entitled to rote for llcprcunmitei. Wiikrkas, experience has (minted out the ol amending the Constitution and the d expediency ol willing n Contention for that imrpotc; therefore Jit U HmrltU ly tkt (itntral AiHmUy t tht cf Kmluekii i 1. That nt the Bext Ueoersl KlecUou In M for ItepreeenUllTfslo the General Aswnibl , Itshalln be the duty of the erenil tiherlflssnd other or Klerllon to open n poll lor taking the eene of tlio people lur calling s Convention to amend the Constitution, and make a returu to the Secretary of Stste, for the the time lielnc, of the names ot all those entitled to rote fir UeproMttUttua who hare toted lor caltlng such Contention 2 That for any (allure to perform theilutlee pretcrlVed In the tint acctlonol thla Ae. every Micrin" or other returning; officer ahsll be tlall lo lie a uiHMfilx hundred dollars, to nmr reeot red ly ... r li.-- v fVtt.M liavln. t i ......... llll! WIAHM lIHlll'UUrUl Ul .UA U.....I ... j In mj juilsdlctlon and shall upon outletloa be to rcinetai iroiu omce. i 3 That It shall l tbe duly of the Officers ot Election to propound to every voter the iuetlon. "Do you vote lor calling a Csntentloa t.r nntr' And irueU oter shall answer lu the amntutlve, lili nair.e shall be recorded a toting for as d AN ACT ler takloe tli leaeo per-seOltt-ceM m ILiUMBEBj. YARX. Having opened up a lumiter yard tu the (ear of our More, wi ire imw j FT tffT' 'i "i Rj. w K. " ' sawed and shaved. Prepared to Furnish any kind of Lumber In the rough. Posts of alt kinds. .Shingles cut, Planing Mills. iU-- tr-- J 9iliJJ & NASHVILLE Also Agents for the D.iuvlllo At C CJt IlLOUISVILLE jUJ Jj J t I JlllldllT It ,t X. THE QREAT HALE'S lKlL.ls-- J This hesillh.glvlng Summer l'.orl will le nndrr lay managoneiit this esoii, and as H IstuMirly refitted and relnralahed, I can promise my patron comfort as welt a health. fhMrd, M per week, ST r Ier meal. M cants. Vi of iloublentcottage,depot tu the veek. Will have a ciiivcyam incet plMeilgers . Through Trunk Lino 4 Nl'OOXAVOtlK. iujm ICE. 2 ICES! ICES!! Without Change ard with Spied Unrivaled I will deliver Ici to regular customers In Stanford and vicinity every uiorjlrf at Accounts duo at the tloio of e h month, or! I sre hereby required to when customer nulls. That all open In his I'J.lf It. Ii. llAMIOir. cnroll.ln a column wlleh oach shall purpose, the uaiue of all Afts)r's look for that cltlneru having the right to tolc lor Uepresetita-tlvcsfJSS4. Hut said Aswori shall not enroll In such column the name of any i eron unices they shall at the time know that he Is STANFORD. KV. to vote for Ueirfentatlve of said election, and such knowlolge shall hi founded only upon W. P. WALTON, - - Propriotor (l)the persou-s- auiuslntauee ot the Atressoi; or (2) sufficient inloriuatun obtained by lilsn directui..a( Ul. iA.tn t?lt.i k..iklAlK iaIs eif ly from tbe person those name Is enrolled; or m erjr 8"tlnK captelty, Incluaine gtUiff. COO. a satlflsctory statement under oath, from other Ktftiouable rati- to k atlmuoDt, aJJtmi creditable persans who know the Isets necestary to the uiiallflratlon of mil voter Any .SMewr fnrolllni;lnald column any nn without euch i (. s r ONE CENT PER POUND' SHOniEST AND "QUICKEST L.'i-utf.t- ROUTE m.u l i it ' SOUTH & WEST PUUMAN CARS OPERA 1IOUSS, t lit H.tk, fflnt(omery. At (it, ta Satsni.al, J ki nt 'is, 3k In. e, and New Orleans, '". BEST ROUTETO FLORIDA In Tala-- e l Ut. Cara Without lliange SHORT LINE TO THE EAST )'r at I. nssi.il! m '.!, Cars without rhsnra, Seeking the CMIPDAWTC line of I omes onvsi.l I O this read receive special low rates see Afsnts ot this i .mpny for rates, routes ir"1 irwrite c, P. A7M0RE, G. P. T A. r Louisville. Kr. If you think you can run this ranch bettor than I can, suposo you como on and try it Scud money by first train. I'm sick of this fault-tindin- morning. twenty nar more which every name thus Improperly enrolled,lurlidleiior, mar I recovered In any Court having of the common schools. and shall be fjr the Said Are"or shall be governed In all isses by the lawe then In force to prevent II egal toting. Hid column written In a fair, lfglbla manlier, shall be t or, who ihaU mke out a copy of nil col u inn Stat J . ...i Uu..lrv At JllllO 1U lUeOUlCC "l reported by him to the next Ueneral Aucin-bilole t of m ......... I.v. demeanor ant flnr In . 1 ,lHllal ?UI,tY turn of not lea thaij man rmy uni " One -- hll ltd " "St. Mary's Saw Mills" AMI I.UMIti:il YAItl. the Knobs, close by J. Carter's tilore. - Un lopuf Urscery . c , ... ...k iwiotoiiv. y. i 5. It shall 1 the duty of each Assessor In office fur the year 1SJJ. before be shall hat. entert the ed upon ... duties of his ofSce. ...to go b'tore the -- m.I . -, "- - .m.- VfnAfnlllirlnff , juugeoi lue vuniy v osth Idsaoleinnly swesr that I will-- -faithfully rnnr rsrs nil. Is rwlstered No. HI'S In the A J r.. ascertain iqo numurr ui . "'-- . ..i Is cows lterreentatlve -. Ina.the ti.avAs lor which I have C I. ncek, wing servo Hslsora at ft,). Ills g. alio St. . . district 1SSS. Ann will TltorudaleM; s. g. s. IJV, z. g M.tlln ltun . S'.. tisr an.l lul i Julia liiIesl To cvelully rerrt the same in 'be I'.101' -- - -- g.d. Hetty Ingleslde. No litl, Nora i tax uy sue ani me as Asse-ssoImp..Si, iCatlnkaSWv, silver llaren 1J7J, lsi.lse o. fcald Assessors are hereby Mh, JtW; victoria, Imp, s; Louise, imp., an loeon cam as io un nS" (i. VAIll'KSTRIl. of whose rUht so to votesueh JMf tatlve, any Per all kinds of general I.otnWr aids Main Street, two doors above biilldersandotherscannot flud alHitfer market tu Offlre-tio- utb lbs Myers Hotel. suit IhemselvM. Our motto Is "Uool Material PestotQce aJJrcn, Halls Pare Nitrous Oxide tiss adinlnlstsrel when lor IteuiinaMe I'.Mi's." tlap, K.J. roori: .t- nuKRtiii, iwoiivictm-HHhlngle. THORNDALE BOY WUHOHON DliNTI8T, 8TASFOHP, KY. nit. v n. PENsr. IjBB T. HUFFMAN, I 'i"" mrmL UTANKOKD, Offlre on Lsacsster ortio M Doittlist. KESTUCKT. door to S itl(-ly- ..,wl'"; uj if J.r irM.n '' No.tl; ( nessry. otbre bouts rrvtu toll a J. SNt snd to r. u. Anesthetics admlnlsierxl whan 1 stiela rest It-nto- a S r J. ." j swesr ralsely thiisexsiulned who ihslt the lli-a- nd Mtoblitaldilctat. shsll bellabfetoall anJ overt penalties of fbe crime of perjury. to the name ot raeh Assessor shall write opposite person thus sworn tb word "sworn. "e : 7. ltahall liethe July oi State to have this Art advertised in ' newspaper In each county of the l lor roar weeks, nearly ur next precedlog tionandlnoneoltbo dally papers of Loii'sville for thirty dsjs thereto; ant In every ounty e d.nr a copy cause lo I posted at the of said bill, piloted In hsnd bill form. rr at least four consecutive weess btrorc seh election. , a. The PuUlc Printer is hereby 'J;!"1! t print nve Imndred ceplea of the rourtn, t tli ami Sixth rs.wtIonsf this Act. nt then hal be to thetfecrelary of Mate, whoee duly it transmit fhin to the various County t Jerks; and thm It shall be the duty of such Clerks to place.tax ler promptly In tbe Lands of each. seasor or It Ui io theirl respective istuBtle Jballalssbe the duty the Tubtle Printer to print Bvethousao.1 lopies of lids Act upon a sepand deliver Ihew to the SreUryr arate State, who .lull forward the ssme to tbe Countya Clerks ol the various counties In uth numbers to rroviJea' iswst twoconlsaof sill Ait for each voting precinct anJ a'.l Clerks shall del vert he plaes siiue to the riherltt r othr ortlcera aetlBst I; erlU f such thereof, and It shall be the duty t pwt ue eopr of asld Act at esseri or nher otbeer place tor fur wki prior to the said elfetloti alia another eopv at same other uitthle puMIc pisce Sisaford, Ky. & MISSISSIPPI II. W. -- LUMBER! Dressed Pine riooring, Ceiling, We&tliar Boards, linishing Lumber, Qreeu Lumber in tile Rough, including Latbs and Shingles. pur the convenience of uur customers In Stanford and vUlnlty wt bare arranged wltto Cvo. an assortment It, llVsire'll t. Veep en his It as cheap a (sur lAirabor, wlise ther east also make rstlaairs for from us direct. Hewl'l anr Mils msk oss banl, which we will nil on stsort The Direct Route to """'- Court-llous- Jstllf" l"lfjJrlp V. ''" ;'." St. Louis & tho West Nsrtswi at and iouthweit by the way of LOVI.sriLIeEorCIXCI.XSATI. LmvIhj Chattanooga Mnln;n. atli'lll. and (lixinuail ilirert mnntien lnts with the thnse ning KiprMs (,u the ubio A and a.) ilnis Wn! lH' gt notlca. U-t- .UKI.VMX A' UAVlf, "in TJaiu'p Sln West. !jis MtsiUslppl Lightfur Ot tuaks Uly, Ky. sht stallion I have eatselu led tssstres at the low te losserve a lliatlsnl number This Hie l yowwg saddle giltj:dgei TB3ST XJOIiXj-A-KS tutck.r pisstngers Um. Sir M.sls an! first cbulce of sale In trains Clncto-JL""'t 'rr,u 'u ,T!I twuhoura nUlllO nati toM. 1as, liolng "' than any other line giving our U tne gelng by way l2Hours Quicker JjriTJSlVw Cnlcago r price I O. & M. Always makes-Past known lo any country. CabMe's OU Xo TcrrlvM! XnOiiiiiltiiiMTraiiit-fcrhouIxInKton.a hors that has taken snore pieMlums ! ih.n n,i nit mar fool horsss than anr known hern- any horwcian will tell you m, t'iefre we Canurlloos male In t'nloa lpot, ft. Iuls. should not the strains ol the two famlltM Young with trains ut litias giitg AVit, Northwrtl and bv la op- ..in,l,.n. Ill j.l .Un. The Stanford Wjolin Mills are no I" ncle Pelfr (.eiitry aarihe was th Insst rlouthwest. Aiuems. eration, nor bat they Uen alnre February, lffc.i. breeiler that eter siuod In lwyle county. Third, II you are olBg Wet tis any point, call on or Ml to to the usaorslgnl Noone Isauth'rUed totontrsit debts for It and dam by Taylor a Messenger. by the Presifor IjII and reliable I a form si loo In rrgarJ to none will bepsld unless autho Ud IjdI, Ac., to the Western Mtatrs, Ouldes dent, over his iguature. and ItivFSt special rates lor TUkrls and Household J. Jl.JIr.lLISTf.il, also make the senoa Uoois te all posuu West call on or adilrrss This fine young Jack will President. II. IIOP, of!&Sal my stalde, ene Mile from stsnford oa PiH.ojr Ag'tOhle A Mississippi ruilrrar, the llustonvllleplke, at llarreilsbiirg, Ky W. VT. PEAHODY, W. B. 8IUTTUC. 88 to InBuro a Living Colt. Pots't and (Jeo'l Man'gr, Oeu'l Pass. Agt C. W. I'AP.IH, teatrjl Passeaer Agent eteve Walker Is a brown with white points. Clnilnnatl, Ohio said by good jsck 1 years old and hands high, men la bo one of the fint-slonl Jacks In Has actions like a horse, quick and sure we will pri nine not to detain If yi.ts patronise us you long oa the Jack's aim ml This populsr school tor young IslUs will ht under entirely new auspices, II t R. A' It. I'AJllttS. - Inealdprectnet. an.tanr m..r 'atlUg .dl' lnhlsgalu. for he has trsrsst alsilly. IsI Sespt var rharie the dutlen prerrrlbe.1 In this Act, behU Kieshll'lt htm at tbel ils. itllt Mg recov-etwenty dollars, te M4 hasHls lined far eih failure ul.1 this bprlntt, darSi lay or bron. any Co.i't having jurisdiction lie as slrl In lorisi in high anda perlecl tull from Its pMssije. by one of tli . 9. rhia Ait shall notl l, Hen'Mark faMlly. Ivl St. Loui Approsed Jsnuiiy iy, lStllublile's on Tluit, 1st dam by on ol the rsndesi l-rl lati-ette- Wblrh money I will espend oss his edsieattea attrr the sson is over by placing htm In tne bands of mor pd sJdl hswsus, enlv t steady hint Tiino and Snro Con nootions With all Uses at and Intermediate Pointi. M ligr lt iu STEVE WALKER )Ip. 31-- lt MIIalaEKSnVKti FEMALECOLLEGE SEPTEMBER 9tb, WITH AND t Ken-luck- J. J. 18S5. LI. I. Eov. C Popo, of Augusta, Ga., a8 Proaldont, Mra. S. Aided MYERS HOTEL, E. "illuc-Oras- H Koiilo." C. Trueheart as Lady Princi-pal- . sl STANFORD. KY. Propr H. BURNSIDE, Known High Roputation, J?AI M - Shortest and Ouickeit Route from Oen tral Kentucky to all Poiut North, Eiu, West and Southwest. Past Lino lletwren XiEXI.YGTOX A OI.VC1.V.V Schedule in Effect ilay 10, lsjl ITI pm put pm ii y one of the most Competent snl Experl-oncsmay rest as- In . larullles . .1... Iirmthe. Mate. Parents Mirvil U! IIIW in.iunu iMlfilNV ff thir daughters In all that pertains to minj, and moinli. II esiunittteil to our eato. Ker tatalotfiies conulolng luforBisihn as to terms, Ac , address ltl'.V. C. rOPi:. MllUrsbtsrg. Ky. Or MIH 8. C. TP.UEHKAKT, Stanford, Ky. This Old and Woll ... ln...l. Hotel Still Maintains its y Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointmonti, or Attention to Comfortof their Guostv KocTH-Borsi- "Nor7 Ki hun.j . "Ho, tKo. U Hi. Hun 2 00 S S fl Ually pin tnaui I.ve, Cvrlngten.. Iti Proprietor it Determinedthat Second to no Country it Shall ba Arr. Paris. . " Leitugtun I.ve. .. iii U is J' mill ifOpu.1 II S5 a m io as v m 13 JO 8 10 a ml S 10 io IS a tu lis 49 M 10 i m Arr Winchester. " lllchutond.... " IjincAstrr .... Prls " JUpiu 1 SO 2 US ItowUud S Dr. E. J. Niclcerson, j Physician and Surgeon, Office on '1th St.. - llssKagv will be eonieyl to and from tbe de tree or rnarzo. 'pe ioi r msnuiinui The liar will to CoruiaerclalT-aTeler- a Iwsm supplied with tl" cholrest Dranunni kiiihu.. nu. ..- Lie, ltlchmiud Arr. Heres " LirHusmn. , O p ui put p in piu pin 11 00 pin 7 25 iu pir u S SO . 4 OOawi ! Noarii-BocN- n. No. 11 ' No. S Ho. 1 - Danville, Ky. ' i Pile- No ami Fl-lu- ln Cured. Porloctlj mmwMm j i am im. ii mH 9ssSsBBHSMj9HRMMiniR9Ra7 ii.u,i..,...fu..,..B;,T.: ntwipwwi a WHimw ni ft u m ei s. . . m . , - x- - LJ1 IQwIfcVIIIS Knifo, Ligaturo or Cauatio Used. No Detention-Busis(83i Through Coaohoa and Pulllan, SloopiuK Cars Proui Lm nut lilcliuiifil r.m. Ukhuiunl . . Winchester. Arr Paris Ltd, Lexington I.vo Paris Arr. Covlngtoi. s Arr. Ittehuiond .... I.ve. Livingston... " Here i 00 ,110 22 i nm ItiwUnt llllia ml 7 IS am 'liWllil 7 Oi) a m SOIsui ... 7 25 8 IS 11 SO s o a tu; II Mam 28 p m 2 28 n in 3 H am 1 IB; a mi i 3D p m 2 so pm a in 3 in p iu put a in ii 00 p in 8 55 pm Ui ,VYVIU.i; lUtA.VCH. NosTU'llnuKO. j Treatment Mild. From IiOlllMYillO to CIllCJlO, Oluclniiati to ChlciiKo, IiulliinuiiullH to Chicago. TIME TABLE "7 I Ko, Dally Dallr Kx. Hun, Ex. Hud. Ko. si, ii.. L!f C01"""0- Lexington Arr Mayevllle, Hoirrii-llon'S- Cure CVrlnlii nml l'ennancnt. Cure, Xo l'ny. Xo THROUGH Lve. Ijoulsvllte .... " P''1 2 0O pin 7 2J a in, 4 85 pW 8 20 a in fi 2S p m 10 40 7 SO p iu am Via Louisville. m v1 to p iu SO n m I :i 'iO a in 20 p m I 3 00 a iu TJoToi Dally 4f n m 8 to a m 9 10 a m II 30 a 111 S 1 No. fit Special Attention also Given to Chronic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, As well as all DUeises peculiar to U'ouien. Cli.trsos uiwl rate lit N. csn l.e oonsulleil fie ofclurgdBiid will be tounJ at his ofllto at all times i.r the nrxt three uitnths Arr, Lafayotte " cniwgo S S la Kx. fjun.iKx. Hun Lve Mavsrllle.. ., Arr Purls 00 Dally Via Cludimatl; Lve. Cincinnati I " Lexington.. " Civluton , n 10 pm r, 00 pm ISpia pm WHY WILL YOU cough when 6hi:oh's will give Imoiedlato rellet? iVUeSfc and fl. aletj I'CLUrfc Mcsllster.j By permission he refrs to the lolloping gentle men. J e. Bnsltv, (i. A. Luclcey, f , Irwin, btan-rurKy ; Judged 1". !.o. Tom .Murhy. W. P. Temple. John SI ripootiatuore, Sua 1.. Ook, Dan-vlll- e, Ky ; Itev.J. A. logic, llustonvllle; II. O ; Thoa. Siittoii.J. s Iloblntor. Lancaster. Ky Ky ; II. J. d. Walker. C. C. Chrluuan, Kirk vilis, l(T, Ky i J. P. Daniel, MoKln. Johtisou, Ilryantsfl ney. Ky d. J. Hosley, LeUsnou. Ky.j Oeo. I.w. Is, Cjiiipbellsvlllo, Ky ; A. A. JlcOlnnls, Howling Cure Hreen. Kr; George Buhon. Julgel. W. Iloghes, For HairoJsburs Ky.; C. C. Bhutuate, MoAlec, Ky. 29'0iu il ntit i are dully betwei'n Win' 0 a in t V "l I t" I'iliutou and 12 p m U 20 p in ar dally except Sunday. Covington; other tmiiis " ludlanapolis 9 20 p m f tn a m Arr. Chicago Train No runs vis Lexington and Paris, and not via Wlnchest.r an I Paris. Dally esc.pt iiiuday. "Dally. Direct eon riloinarn made at Winchester with Chuaiieako A lihlo for Ml Sterling, Ashland, Hiintlngtor, Charleston, W. Va., and Eastern tit-le- s. Be sure your tickets rcml via the 4 ftl,V',.I",V?,!,V,l,..,,nJ .r"" ' Winchester Holld'liHlns, svlth Pullman Sloping Car betwfex Clnolnaatl and P.lchmoud, Va , nnd Wnch toi (L. N. A, A C. It'y) as It Is the quickest, the belt uud Washington, D, C, Thniiith llrlfAt. ,i,1 I... . . Ai...t.. . and most direct Has to Clilfsgo and pslnts In tho Nurthwest. destination r'srlid by s rallroaJ, H. P. II. MOfWK, W. II. WIIITTLErinY. TlokeLavla thoMonon Uoutu on sale si all prin.geut, cipal ticket offices. Pur rates, mipi nud lull InTrar. Pass. Agent. formation, address P A., Chlosgo. WM S. U.VLDWIN.fs Jorcral Mansger (Icn. IVs: Ajt A.J.O'lttlLLY, O d A., Louisville " Nome. Chester Trnlns 1 1 11 MONON ROUTE, .a