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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885070301 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. fttlf VOL. XIV. 3tuH-S2tttl!liiilctii!r(iurnnI 't ImiitiPnrsil NO. 35. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1885. iaian:sE siook MT. SALCM, UNCOLft COUNTY. to Philip, thnt she didn't want to have ny bin voice, the face brighten and ho tnur- or- more to do with it nnd didn't intend to mure "It i you elr, in it? God bice you, Wheat harvest it now going on briskly, ntill waiting, sir. When I go but the yield will be Said that rihe had always been too unBelflth eii! I am short. Oats though VubllHhtul ThcihIiivh nmt Frltlava for her own good, but hero after nho wan up there and seo Ilim that you told mo of are One, going to think inort of hertelf and lew of I want to eo you too, sir, you'll be there Missea Bell (.Cotton end Cordia Cow-herA.N1VUIVI tt'J.OO other, nnd begglni Chstty to remember if any one i." of lioyle county, havo been visiting a Tho bedside of the poor and afllictcd is Mrs, J. C. C'jllinsworth, at Middleburg, Whan paid strictly In advance. II we hart to that she, Mira CaHtlo, wan going to le watt any tltse. 83, no will be charged. very aclfitu beiug in tbe future the letter brightened by his presence. this week. TJUIMJIEI) AXD- Tho fortune for which Dr. Cligney elav- closed. . Mr. J. E. Wright, of Milledgeville has To show tho every effect of this letter ed, Mary Austin's son has consecrated to lately bought 130 lamb W. P. WALTON. from parties deeds of benevolence and love, not a penny around Mt. Olive, paying from 3 to 4 cents would take too much time, n few word is touched for htmrelf, bis Hilary supplies per pound. will suffice. Canity had a short private talk with hi every need and aflords comfort to AT- From a prlvato note directed to Wilfrom which he came with scowling crs. liams A Coffey, at Middleburg, it It learned Young and old, grave and gay, r.ch and that C. L Holrao! face, went lo hi room, ordered Jim to bat gone into business . An Entertaining and Instructive Se- pack his trunk nnd that worthy uot being poor call their i and prayero Hlter for a chief furniture establishment in rial Story, sufficiently ulmble, on eccount of so much him. The great orator and statesman who, Louisville. ed ALIi PIUGEN AM) .STYLES. time being neceotary to otare at l'hilin, sees now uplilted face and hears tho C. E. Pimp'on is preparing lo move Writtoa Expressly for the Interior Jourthe clothe brti'h on the sido of diis of an Jadmlrlng people goe ofien to his tin and stove shop from Mid Jleburg to nal. "lean not do eo Yotemite. Late railroad ptospecte have bit head, and bad hi tiFjrt to get out of his brother for ooun-e- l. the room ard down stair considerably well or feel so certain iut my cauie i just, some weight in causing his removal. BY MI33 UILDHBD LEWIB until I hear Klward's opinioa and am furthered by Philip' foot. Messrs. Tanner and Jones, of McKin-neMr. Darnlelgh wa soon alter dieeolvod made atronger by his words ol advice. I CHAITKKXVII. have lately purchased from parties at in tears at the Iom of her "dear nephew" don't know what I might be, thrown so Harrodsburg bushels of old wheat I bare received and atlil receiving COXCLVHOS. who left without telliug either of his cons- - much iotothu vortex of political life if it for their mill. The were afraid to wait for life was gintle, and the slemects "lilt wa not for E lward'a refreshing influence." the new crop to come in, believing they in good-bye- . ruliM In him that i atMte tulht stand up Sam paid another firing visit to Dr.' It was many year before Edward mar- - could not get a sufficient amount to meet And say to til tbe wtrld, "This was rain'" Skull. Cligney' with a note in his pocket, said ried; he wai 83 happy in his work and in their demands, Comprising the best In tbe market, which will b "ThursJiT niornlnp," said Chatty rati- - visit was shortly after repaid by Henry the love of his mother and Dr. Cligney Sheriff J. J. Tate, of Casey county, airtRijr at ahe wa drewiug for bteakf&t on Graham' return to the EJen from which that he thought he would spend his lifo who lives near the Kussell county line, Gotten Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Nono in City or Country.. that particular njortiirjK- - "Saturday, Sun- Chatty had exiled him for a whole week. thus, but In hi frequent visits to bis broth- - gives the information that there baa lately Give Me n Trial. day, Monday, Tunday, Wedneaday Tbun. Every one declared that Julia didn't er' house and to Mr. Darnleigh's he was been a general warfare among his neighbor KC. day, sir daya," he counted them half need the benefit of the spring, but she thrown a great deal with Chatty, who had women living on tbe Hutsell side of tbe aloud on her Soger. went for a short stay, Mrs. Darnleigh in-- ' developed into an uncommonly sensible line. Two of them were jailed and eeveral (be thoueht It bad stating that the dreatea were made and must and lovable girl, not beautiful like Julia, fined for carrying concealed weapons. Ju1iY face daihed A.T who was still the peerles beauty of every juat twen that long plnce fbe had lift eeen be shown. Tde usual monotony at Liberty was Henry. She had wondereJ why he stayed Henry Graham returned to Lexington In circle, but sympathizing and wonderfully broken on last Monday night by the boya and had aniwered her own iiutalion the fill, leaving behind him a simple gold Intelligent. urar, Opposite Coct-Uocs- e around town stealing all the bells from the nun. in many diflerent and uotifactory waja band on a fair finger and taking with him EJward began to feel that he needed her, cows in town and attaching tbem to a di- DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, STANFORD, KY., and then gone to wondeting atfiln. MIm a picture, a treat of brown hair and Julia j that life would be more complete with her minutive bull belonging to Bob Pierce. The Game always on are at all ' around him. told her eo little bull was put in rapid action and the Meals and strredseason, hours. fresh fish, and sim- Represents the Best and most may hTe written to him, tbua re- Darnleigh' loye. Ctatle So one day he In Its ojiters band panics and bts rates are very low. QIts Use a minding him of hit duty; that waa right, of serrel in P-He finiabed school the followiug spring, and asked her to marry him, and Chatty, serenade was kept up all night keeping the ilar delicacies out for tbeall styles and en short call. iljn "Woodbine Restaunotice. Look anxcourae, but attll ahe fisbeJ. She win crowned with the honor of the institution, who had loved him all these years, readily people awake. The fun was said to have rant" and call when you are hungry. W. JIASOSIIEIJIETt &CO.f ious to ro to the aprlnc and Ret away from tailed upon bv the Preeidents nnd welcom-- 1 consented. been exhilerating in tbe extreme. Danville, Ky. erarythlns here, when ahe returned he cd home by his friend. A bright summer evening; EI ward has In our last we spoke of some parties would be at Lsxlnjtoa and life would ro It wa only a quetion of time what been absent from home all day, tho supper arresting a man at South Fork acd deliver emi mii $Jtv brfjriaae kuw hla Here place in tbe country and nation such a table ia laid ready and the family await ing him in tbe hands of Justice Daniels at FOR SALE, oaat It and there dainty drem mijht b en, all man must hold. The yearj brought him him. Chatty in white with a rose in her McKinney, and we hate now learned tbe V A DEStUABLE DWELLING AND 8T0RE-houi- fl "Sivouir location In Best to be packed when the honor among men and nappines fiolsbtJ aid In the hair and two on her cheeks is on the porch st quel. The magistrate after investigating place. combined. cm l.e buttness addressing or tho ap bad br A bargain time ca ne, wile's wai mar ver uear love and companionship of her he had with Mrs. Cligney, l)r, Cligney has gone tbe cae decided that there wat not tuffi-cie- plying atonce to T. J. CMIKIHTEHHHS,Ky McKinney, M' Dirnteitr1. htd iptrei neither mon- married soon after leaving school, on which down to the gate and stands looking up evidence agaiust him to hold him in 0 Tc? Cei. i ey nir trouble to get up a bindxotne ward occasion Mr. Krupp was resplendent es the road. He opens the galea a nuggy custody and that the man' brain were not INCORPORATION NOTICE Profit. robe (or her daughter, the place to which bettman. rolls through; Klward jump out and leav- - of euflkieut quantity and if the quantity OF THE and ehe wai Ro.njc i a retort of fathioa Mrs.Dirnlelgh dechred ehe had never Ing the horse in care of Moae goes to the was sufficient tbe qua'ity was not and imJ S ctU It CO They tn Julia must not be Charitable perseen so lovely a woman rs Mm Dr. Cligney home with hi father. Cnatty runs down therefore discharged him SDoathi on rawntjt might hare been tow u..n for bJiMit that such a fine house, the carpet and mirrors the slept lo greet him, hla mother rise sons gave him a suit of clothe and he deof 3.00, Know all wen bv these presents that we. th e SSSS442R2UK:-: Julia cared. Hbe had iiisiilid to the and tdcture must have ccst a small fortune. from her chair to receive his kiss, there is parted in peace. 90 caU tadu unilerilcn. Johu V. Holmes. Heorr Fulber, B numeroue fitting and ui ..rmentf, and Dr. Cligney was the happiest man alive, a little talk, then Dr. Clignev and hit wife While at McKinney we learned that y. Ulte, L. M. Lasler. K, H. Bronaugh, James AiSrnl" SOUTHERN BIVOUAC," Rtcoand M.J. Harris have associated ourselves, p Avery &. Sono, Louisville. Ky.. sugeeolioni without a word, out wai hearti- and where Mrs. Cligney learned to be so lead the way to supper, Edward follows 't'quire Diniele wit uting most commendatogether for tbe purpose of forming a corporation Chap. ly glad when it was all over with. hie; there is a sound ble zial in enforcing the statutes against under the provisions of Kentuc-ky-G3 of the General genteel was a mystery. She could not with Chatty' hacd in entitled Incur- - . of the state of "You will look like an angel in thin think of denying her daughter such de- of laughter and loving, welcoming words persons jumping on pstin trains without Statutes Compaules, Thenameot tne corporation porated ASaaBaB Kentucky Heat Fender Co., and its pink eurh, with your pearl, and thi mr It it said that at thi point the shall be The of business shall be in Crab Orchand they pact from our sight forever. ticket lightful connections. principal place RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E nutare ladle; your lace drew li eniula-(te- , consequential boy hat t eretofore been an ard, Lincoln county, Ky , and i tbe general corporathe end She speak with great pride and imprrs-eiveneof the business to lie trausacte-- by said A f ATorito nrescrlntlon ot on of UM you wont need any ornament with It, intolerable pest to the railroad officials in tion Is to manufacture and vend B. S. Kite's Pat-eof "my daughter, Mrs. Henry must noted and successful specialists In the U. 8l TO THE PUBLIC. and Clothes Dryer. No. Heat now Xerrotm BehUUm not eren tbwera," cried the impuleire little Graham, and my dear son, who ha been jumping on and hanging on patting trains of Letters Fender Fruit August 13,' ii.ont retired) for tbe cure ofest and itrcav. Hoot Patent. S06.917. Patented 31 a nhoort.1 'eakn to French dmianVtr, holding up numtroua sent toCcnirest you know, Ac." The Ixtekioh JovuSAL in it iKsue of and blockading pasway while passengers 1873, Tbeamo ut ot capital stock authorized be lnplalnsealedenvelope-er- . DrueglstscaarlUJJaV the came of tho corporation shall Address DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Kn withdrawal are getting ou and off the trains, much to be Issued inthousand dollrs..(J50,l'OC) divided in pretty thioee which would hare delighted now sixty Philip wat a prince of good livers for a Tuesday lat, speaking of my nnen to snaresotoae uunarw uouarsescn. ino4tgirln, but on which Julia looked very while, drove the fastest horse in the coun from the canvas for the L'gttlature, says: the uneeines of older heads, and danger hundred dollars of tbe stock shall have up, tbe remaining much m ahe did the carpet or chalt. "Had he decided upon thi course of c- - to themselves and other people. If the been subscribed and fully paid dollars of the cap- try, entertained hi friends In ike style, fifty-sithousand, one hunlred of theJe chapt khvll lift I.IIIAil fit llirh tllllA AS thA l a.nV She turned to the wiaJjw this morning was a target for mother with a bevy of tlon a month sooner we would have raised parent, guardians, &c, Bosrd of Directors of said tprporatlon may au-- 1 with euch a tired look on her face tint plain, genteel daughter to dispose of, got no objection, but at this late day we think would tstablfsh a private whipping pst as tborlz) by unanimous vote at never less inau one per share. The Chatty' heart wai full of pity at ahe came in the habit of frequenting saloons, was it and hardly fair to the party an auxiliary to the 'Squire' efforts it hundred dollars business June 25, said corporation 1655, and to conIs to commence of to hrr tide and pined her arm around her recklcat at cardt and was solemnly predic and It representatives, the county commit would materiaMy aid bim in enfoicing tbe tinue in business for the perlol vote twenty-fiv- emaof the dissolved by a years, unless sooner law. wain, jority ot the fully paid up capital stock. The led a going "to the bad" when he sur tee. He should have at least conferred shall be conducted and of said The war on Mother Hubbards, which maniged by corporation Directors cotnpostd or fire, "li it not a beautiful morning, Julia, I prled everyone by reforming hla way of with it before taking such final and decisa Hoard ot sometime think that nature hat a eoul of living, married and settled down into a ive action." was so yigorously waged last summer in va- and said Board of Directors shall be fleeted br stockholders annually on the first Monday In her own and cin comprehend. L)ok! how respectable money grubber, who delivered regular, each until the March It true that on the 11 day of June, rious parts of the country, is being renew- election orofsald year, and Directors, M.first Harris, J. Board of thot-trees nod their graceful head a lectures on economy and the vanity of life County Court day, I was called before the ed in Diwsoo, Ga., where an ordinance has It. II. Bronaugh, Henry Fulber, John W. Holmes though they gloried in their verdure and three timet a day to Ihe quiet, dull eyed committee and the whole matter freely just been passed imposing a fine of five dol and L. 31. Laslcy aball constitute and compose the Board of Directors of said corporation. Theotticeis grace, the rem there looki proud, the lily Mr. Wenlworth. Why he did it, the lee be a President, who shall at which time I tendered my decli lars on perrons wearing the objectionable of ald cojporatlon shalloecremry . aim act ns manager, and a siintlt; see how tht drop of dew in the turlng we mean, nobndy ever knejr, for her nation, subject in every respect to the action garments on the street. and said othcers ol said corporation shall be electon the first .Monday In March ot each panny' heart qjlier as if to ebgajiti er- - few faded gowns were at plain as her face of the committee, and the committee refutWILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and Liv- ed annually Board of Directors, and to hold their year by the ery prlaiurtichue." and she had no heart to follow up those ed to accept it at that time. Ercry mem- er Complaint? Salloh's VltslUer Is guaranteed to respective offices until their successors are elected A McAllster. and qualified; and until the first regular election "Yet in a few moment the de will In silly but pretty fancies with which happy ber of the committee wa present, includ- cureyou. For silebr Teiny is slid oihcers and until tbe persons elected shall H Bronaugh shall hold the y goue, by night tbe juneie withered, have women consume so much time ing Mr. Walton, lam very anxious that ITCH cured In 33 minutes by Wolford's Saul-tar- oth e qualified. R. and Manager; M J. Harris of President the rose will scatter it blessed-no- t Lotion. This never falls. Sold by Pcnuy shall bold the offics of Secretary and John furthet . Mr. Castle after a life of cingle this matter drop where it is and I not be McAllster, Drugjlsts, Stanford; also by 31. C. llolmesshall hold the oaiei of Treasurer of said beaulie on the ground, in a few months and much guitar playing, was married compelled to draw it out too fine. 1 am A D. N. Williams, Mt. Vernon. corporatinu. Tho highest awo'int of Indebtedness the tree lift It Inra arm against a leaden to a resectable carpenter, who was inform not used to being in mint. It ia a now rolu A to which si d corporation ba,l at anv time subject Itself fhall If ln ttiOiHstMt dollars, and no What Will Surely Do It. like the jjt and beaulie of life, they eJ ly hi wife that alio had refuactl Henry j(lt Walton has nn explanation to make of nky, es.cDl by the tndehtednt'S Mull i inmru-One's hair begins to fall out from many causes. vote ot tite Boaid of IMrec ors The pas away, ' eaid Julia mournfully. Graham and tn end of eligible ?waina be- - taese truths and I onlj write thi to enable Tbe important question is, what Is euro to make unanlmcus property f tne stockholders shall lx ex private "You forget," said Caattr, "that they cause fate intended her lor mm. Itr. nicscrV irucllcberry Cordial It rtSTt SJSem for him to do o itgrowinajalo? According to the testimony of erupt from a'l corporate h debts and liabilities. l Xetj Respectfully, IHarrhii.lyentery, Crmp-Cl- l Intritlmony wlweof. we reuuto subscribe our bewill come again, tiey leave their eoul no iuirlii;s:kv. thousands, Parker's Hair Ilaisam will do it. It naiurs, this the 13th day of June, 1855. S'gned Uies, aalri.!nlaitbsllicl which the cirpenter was bath grateful and J. H. Miller of tsimwa. Fojr M. nr.kv. dtilrss np'o U.e intern rrani tks eff. Is It H. URONA' hi hind them and put away tbe old bjcly :as proud. And m we have ince heard that quickly covers l lid spots, restores the original col jAUKsRUk, The statement made by Mr. Miller Hboro or when the hair Is gray or 'add, eraUlcatea uanq JolIX W. HOLMKS, sals bx all drucaUts ot 60 nnt a bottle. r we our, the ro B. S. UlTE, which die will the guitar ROt broken and Mrs. liKSBV throat in accordance with the facts and in our ruffatid cansti the scalp to feel cool and well. It M, J. HAKr.it Tn5lor't'lieroUrcHeni;ilorMvr'r.itir renew iltell' to morrow, a wo are renew, dleeaaed, which diablt her for vocalizing, ariJcje on his withdrawal we did uot in-nnd Mulloln "lit cure CoukIis, Croup and is not dye not grtasy, highly petfutned, safe. Prlco lie, mid ft a bottle. relialife. Hut there ia the break-faed in another a nice, judge he has n tolerably pccelul time, tend to leave au improKion pr judicial to Never disappoints those vrlio Both for sale by Dr. it L. BOURNE, 'tanford. bell, come." CHESAPEAKE ftND OHIO RY. Dr. CliKneyeent Edward to a university j uim.. He did offer to withdraw but left it ble dressing. Mrc D.trnligb and I'nilip awaited them where he did hlmiiclf great honor and entirely with the commitlce to accept or Tired and Languid Women in the breakam room. Trie mail box was came from il a minister. He had choen rtject. Ilia final action wa diflerent. He How many women there arcof whom these wotds Only Line via in it nccuetotued place and without wait- it as his life work; bad como to it with a did not consult the committee hut with-hea- arc true.' "They feel lauguld and tired, hardly able to bear their weight on their fe.t, tbo bloom ing for Philip, Chatty unlocked it acd purified by intense Buffering and Jrew unconditionally and the idea we nil gone from their chetks, irritable and cross J ijsmii 1 . .r t 'rn'xlv tn- ot- T looked for her own letter, r.t.'.inio. human paarions put under his feet. - .Ii tended to convey was that if he had taken without meanlog to be. nerves all upset, worried Baltimore, Philadelphia and New J p':. If- - l bOll .r ,j. i i. -v' r things, a uiij i uVl, i jryYe.', there it wai at lat, the long looked 'ra'eJ'ttl i The idea which the name "young thi final action a month ago we would with tho children, Iretted ovor little " " 4 . fur--r York City, j ''r- a . I..:: iillnvlua i for letter, the delicate chirogrnphy, tho minister" represent, are: A coat cut ex-- 1 have raieed no objection. Our statements burden to themselves and yet with no acute dls'r ' i'u.' ; , i.r,!'.j jo; :'. -- try r.t with TUaoiriir - " " ' i a Pity it is. But a few bottles of c i t' t t Covington pottnitrk. Chatty could hard- tremely long, faca ditto, voice aaius, a cold, wero onty because he withdrew without eiices' What wllldrlveatl thleaway and relieve M'V i i :' ; Parkcr'sTouic e l.Mlo-- i ii' '"iot I ).r T, Pf" W '. I ! ly alt through the urn', no great was her glitterlug oration, which falls on the car Bgajn CDnsuliiDg with the committee in a tbe troubles peculiar to their sax, In c'mln . '' iiI ,.,'. ' ,ii., II Only Lino via desire to nee the content. i"u r.. :c. r only and a great tendency to bring tbe body. JIcltOHEIlTS & STAeJO, : jr- r ;iiSTAr,i'" "What do you all auppoie happened yes- college and "book learning" into the pul7 Hlciiniom, Old l'olnt Coiuforl (IlTRda i S- - shaven Vfars" fSi 'Rough on Rita" clours out ran and mice 15c. Hid Druggists, uho are ahvnji looking after the ! terday evening," mid Mr. Darnleigb, with pit. ...I, IMlwr. Hotel) and Xcwport News, iff xm tu.i..la en ....... ..,oi.ai.a. j.jJ prrp-- . "Rough on Corns" for Corns and Bunions, ire. Internet of their customers, havo now tecured the n i t j. They are not to be blamed either, tbey that knowing look people alwaya have sule of Dr. Doanko's Cough nnd Lung Syrup, a rem C nj IHintir "I Thou--apeople, "Wells' Health Rcncwer"-restorei Thin ire;ln ii. : r p .en In connection with Old Dominion 6tcamihips to 'ipp'lc uly that neer falls to euro Colds, Pains In tli come with untried hearts; what is left but health and vigor, cures dyspepsia, Ac, tl. iKi when they with t excite curiosity. i"srii and all Lung Affections. For proof Coughs, t ,ii..K "Rough on Toothachu" gives Instant relief. ISc. Clint, When everybody ha J declared that they tho display of cultured mindr? how an M oth'r Regular site CO cents Aitiiiue.it. and I'jeir f':","',,I' I" Ladles who would retain freshness and vivacity, try n free sample tottlDarn-leig- h they who have not themselves felt the hand curing to uventiM ." hadn't the very slightest idea, Mr and $1.00 Cnited State. Cosvito. J w'mj. fall to try "Wells' Health Renower." And Merchants and .Miners Steamship Line to t.r.mny and other treiiij f0B,',Xt-- ii of sorrow, know how to comfort one who don't continued. "lluchu-palba,- " great kidney and urinary cure. paud .slAnrlM U j.r.l; Ur. llOSANKO. rats, mice cleared "Dr. Cligney wat married to Mrs. Gra- has? Flies, roaches, ants, This namo Las Urome so familiar nflh tho most fsillv trtiwn wltbtiut r ii.t,ii. fjhtatvstl intitrni.itinn . r sjillt ff It was diflerent with KJward, the sor- out by "Rough on Rats." 15c. ham. I declare," added tbe lady, "that of people throughout the United Mates that It Is . .. . ril lata'' iwwnin" Through Trains frtm Winchester. Ky., to "Rough on Coughs," troches, ISc; liquid, 25c. hardly necessary to state that bo Is the originator of the life work afterward. Graham family la lucky, it is better to be row wai first, M For children, alow In development, puny and tho groat Dr. lliuanku's Cough ami Lung Sjrup, KANAWHA FALLS, of the'ri' i. bora lucky than rich they aay and the neign-di- Those who looked upon his face saw the delicate, use "Wells Health Reaewcr." oirl HOMZiitur tho peopls's f.norlte remedj, vherevcr l.nown, ftr Ad V WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS Alio ' all ear that ehe wa the lady he loved impress of a holy life; thofe who listened to "ItoitEh on Dentist" Tooth Powder. Try It. 15c. Cotigln, OiliK Ci'iKiimptloii nnd .ill a(ftlans of Nervous Weakness, Dyspepsia, Sexual Deblllt j tha Throat and Lungs. I'rico CO ccats and 81.00 when he wai young, but eomethlng went his voice bo full of comptsslon and sweot- And other Famous Vitglnla Springs and Pleaiuro Resorts. Sold lv McRol'crtsA EtBgg. felt that they could pour out their cured by "Wells' Health Render." 81 ness, wrong between them. for fevcrlshnes, Iluntiu,-- , Fishing, Bathing and all kinds .of recum: roii i..-Chatty battened to her souls to him confident of sympathy and After breakfast u, lce! Me. creation for tbe tourist, Inva'ld or partituan. room to read the long looked for letter. love. PIU are frequently precede! bj n nw ofttelh' This lino runs through the Alleghany Moun-tainStinging, Irritation, all Kidney and Urinary vn tho banks ol beautiful rlvtrs and termiIn the- bork, l.liis nnd lower part of litis abdomen, ft. The dirtiest, most unkempt urchin in complaints iuie-- by "Buchu-palia.- " The lutter that phe had written to Mit has to suppow N"t weu, fer, chills, malaria, dyspepsia, cuiulngtltep'itlentor neighboring hoorg.iu. HinnnVctlon nates ol THE SEA SHORE. the street fee' free lo clip his chubbt hat.d CVtle hail hitd the desired etlect She de At times, ot tli Kidneys cured by "Well' Health Renewtr." is only a nart of beauty nounced I'nilip at a treacherous impotier, into the voting minio'er'ri, pour into his jmptoms of indlgntiun nr previit, ns n.itulenc), Obteivatton Carson Day Trains. Regular My husband (writes a lady) Is three limes the r and all can be comhi latest grief or tell man since using "Wells' Health Renewer." il. uiioa.liif.s of tlio slumaih, etc. A moisture, like tickets good for but it is a )uv. K very lady declared that nhe would never have tbotmht sympath tint For full Informabined without extra expense ery dlwgreeuble Itclilny, i. pcrtpirutioti, ptuduelnic If you arc falling, broken, worn out and of euch a thing il he bud not inflated on about the new toy, or bid him with shin, tion, rates at Hotels, analysis of M dlcinal Springs, may have at least, what worm, Is n very common attendant aft Rencwcr." SI. uso "Wells' Health Pullman Sleeping Car space, Tickets, Ac, call on it, that elie did it meroly to 'ohligo him. ing eyes uul little tutis come see tho m-the or address Itchlni; In America; llllud, Magnolia. it. luoks like Prevalence of Kidney compUInt WHITTLEsE, , W. U. Pile Ksmedy, which nets W. B. McROBERTS, Heury Orabnm wan nothiug to her, she kite, hold up with tear net fctt the cut npplU'iitloimf I)r. Hucb pslba" a quick, complete cure. 81. Ast. Trav. Pnsjenaer Ticket Agent, Balm both freshens and dlrvctly upon tlw pntts aftroted, nbtorblu; tle finger i" be bound r hangs familiarly on "''JV'j!.?7' Stanford, Ky. wouldn't imvH bim to be under any H. W. I'lIM-KIt- , Ag'l. beautifies. AJti: YOU MADE MISERABLE by Indiges Tumors, nlk)lRg tin Inteitse itehlug isikI affecttn; a C.W.HMlTJH, his kiivo while he tells the begged for tle, that Bhe hoped ho looktd highen'l Pass'r Oen'l Manautr, tion, Constipation, Dllnss, Lou of ApretlU permanent our. Price CG cunts. Address the Dr. Rlcbunmt. Vlrsrinla. er than that, and if Mia Darnlelgh wanted Tbe blind buggar, feeling his way along Yellow Skin? Shlloh'a VlUllwr is a positive liooauko Medkluo Co., Plqua, Ohlr SolJ by Sloltob-trt-s D.O.EDWARDS, A Elsp," Gen'l Western Passenger Agent. Cincinnati, O. to learn any worn about it for her to go touches the soft hand and at the eound of cute. For sale by fenny A McAUslcr. IISll wJaik H. C. READY FOR. THE WAE&! M'EOBEKTS & STAGG-'S- THE BROTHERS. oth-I'nil- ip plau-rccelv- y, RUPLEY! NEW GOODS SPRING & SUMMER j Masonlieimer's Restaurant FIRE INSURANCE. j-jsr- ... dpieiiXjIdps, Prompt-PaTtMOm- r. $ mm'i v hl PRIYATELY. 4 ' rJy j wjwmmm fnl n. KY. HEAT PENDER sj r' J , EE! ut mir-ty-ni- x l.-- -- & BICtTf i ! 1 e I iuui, m w CORDIAL LEBEI i.tiu 11 For the BOWELS. I to-d- ay Fi-lie- we st i rt h WASHINGTON, H- vr . i . r-- -r ('n i i1 t- ent--ivl- Pullman Oars. if, 1 -: , fr '!. 'ill -- -. -- 'r rl.li-dTn:rtJ- . s . nd ILSnEW YOBK, bed-bug- s, BOSTON. e ! J0stlp!ltl)a. 1 -- s, A Clear it; Sin' er first-cla- ss ttop-uve- ner-im- l'ilMii.-ldatoneot- m JBffiTT sk. MOTES Sti-leehIaInferior3onraal OF CURRENT EVENTS. DRIPPING SPIRNGS. To the Editor of Tho Interior Journal. The Slate Teachers' Association is in Every room on the place full and engag- Dospisoth Not tho Day of Small Things, session at Lexington, Something that July 3, 1885 C. R. Mibley, the great clothing man, ed before the 1st of July. but Froaolies to a Handful of Ten. Stanford, Ky., was never known before at a Kentucky wa with business houses in many cities, is dead. The latest cholera statistics from Spain tering place. AliWATM I'KAININU THE I.OIII). Everybody delighted with everything. W. P. WALTON. show: Total number of cases, 1,322; total Some of the expressions of the guests: "PRoarrcr Point," Landour, N. India, May 23d, 1885. "Perfectly delightful," "charming," "the ninety persons were One The County Committe in view of the dismissedhundred and Dear Interior. "Little Jack King," never sat down from the Bureau of Engraving best water in the world," "I fact that we nre without a democratic nomU to such a table," "I would rather stay here our Canary, and Marie's present from the and Printing Wednesday. xteior the Legislature met Tuesday aftermost obliging and attentive of chief stew Mrs. Lucille Yseult Dudley, tried for than at Crab Orchard, Cumberland Falls, noon and decided to call a maes conven-Jjo- a ards, our good friend of tho steamer Ve- O'Donoyan Roes, has been ac- or Rock Castle." Such expressions are next assault on to be held at the Court-hous- e heard on all sides and by such persons as netla, is nearly splitting his throat in the quitted on the ground of insanity. "Monday, county court day, at 1 o'clock for Senator Bruce, J. S. Robinson, Col. Hill, window aboye my writing table, as if he fiscal year ending Tuesday, During Lack-eknew I was writing about him and wished lie purpoee of nominating another candi 146 Nationalthe Banks were organized, and Col. Welch, Rev. W. I. Fowle, W. M. then assembled shall thnte if the democrats P. Walton, L. F. to say "Tell 'em all I'm well and like the Hugh Logan, W. the charters of 731 extended for a period of o decide, which we believe they will Hubble, Saml. Walton, J. C. Hays, Hon. Himalayas amazingly, always excepting twenty years. -There is no necessity of giving up the fight the crows and minors, they are too impuCONJISTINd op- There is confirmation of reports that W. O. Hansford, Dr. Foster, Dr. Lee F. -- w.v marnlv her11P Mr. Miller hl.8 We give him his full of others who have dent for anything." have lynched twelve more horse Huffman and hundreds sm, fit io' withdraw. True it is pretty late fVigU.es desperadoes the vicinity of already visited these springs this season. title, his former owner' name, and think in thieves and sow to swap horses, but the canvass in this Rooms can be engaged ahead for later in he understands it already, as something peuntil after Gainesville, Texas. shortly culiarly his. The first thing in the mornTee never commences in earnest respited, until Septem-te- r the eeaeon, as some parties leave Gov. Knott hai July court and we confidently believe that the ith of July. We still have a few ing, tho bearer swings his cage from the 4, Floyd Williams, who was to hang alter large nail driven into the cross beaut of If we can secure a good man upon whom Friday for the murder of Pate Stucklin, at cottages which are not engaged. Later in .l the democrat can unite, we cn elect the season we will put up a lot of tents, and the front piazzi, for his express benefit. I Wagons, Bond la some Citnpton, Wolfe county. bixa by the usual majority, (or next season. am iu the hrbit of strolling backwards and Senator Sharon hai got the advantage will double our capacity there is a disposition to let the quarters for forwards, reading aloud iu my Hindustani of Miss Hill in the courts, and her alimo- Grand Picnlo and Ball for 4th of July, election go by default and in others an which an elegant dinner has been prepared. Testament, nearly every morning; and as I ny has been stopped until he has time to inclination not to nominate a candidate, pass his cage, where he sits on his perch D. G. Suujqutek. Respectfully republicans name a man with proeecuute her for perjury. but let the and wondering S. All invalids are rapidly improving. watching me curiously P. Paper to bs used hereafter for United whom the democrats can join in electing On the 10 of July a charming Amateur what 1 am talking about, I say in a petting States checks will be distinguished by a " ad thereby defeating Mr. Bobbin. AVe -mark Theatrical Troupe will arrivo and remain tone: "Little Jack King; pretty little of the letters "U. S. T. .D," will be adopted trnst that neither of these This sets him off. Immediately These Goods all Strictly First-Olas- s, during which time they will give a week, of by the silk threads as heretofore. from the Best or acquiesced in by the convention. We several performances and will then go be gets excited, hops up and down in the First Assistant Postmaster Geceral Hay Manufactories, Tirt or lot in Mr. Bobbitt and most frantic way, and keeps it up until I has tendered his resignation, A Washing to Paint Lick and play one or two nights .1ore as much as anybody the rn1il walk past a little way, when ho subsides there! D. G. S. in my Hall ton special says that Hon. Henry D. election of bo arrant a demagogue and and sitting quite still waits my return. If of Kentucky, has been spoken of MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. but we are not for anybody I pass in silence or simply continue reading in connection with the vacancy. merely to defeat him. If a majority of the AND he is evidently disappointed, but if I again Managed by Jno. B. Fish. It is estimated that there has been a people want him and will have nobody else, It has been almost cold enough for say, "Pretty little Jack King," the gym decrease of about $10,500,000 in the publet tiem have him by all means. The renastics recommence with double energy. last three nights. lic debt during the month of June. This frost the publicans have always recognized his eer Chas. Blazier's trial for obtaining goods And soon until weary of this little game will make total reduction for the fiscal k8 in their behalf by putting no ofcandi- year abouttheSo5,0W,UUU. The reduction under false pretenses has again been post- be changes the programme by a burst of them very many date against him, while poned. This time it is set for Friday. melody, that almost shakes him off his during the previous fiscal year was WITH A OUABANTEB. have supported him in the many races that The young folks of this place have ar- percn anu pierces ones tympanum lice a fce Jnas made for the Legislature. We could a Picnic Supper on the even- pointed instrument. Our dear little felranged to have Mre. Fanny Berry, of. Lexington, rarer relv on the republicans to help de- charging 4th of July. It is assumed that low's exile is excellent company. By this being too atten- ing of tho her husband with feat Mr. Bobbitt and we should not now every one will have plenty to eat provided mail we write to his old muter and the tive to other women, made Beveral desper jjjve ourselves over to the enemy merely to they take it with them. There is to be a sailors on the capstan deck of the good Wo Buy Ibr CASH -- d IJ-- j. ate efforts to end her career through the ,ve our gratify a desire to beat him at all hazirds. steamship Venetla; for they will be in picnic at Livingston on the same day. Ilcu- fight against medium of morphine, but the efforts of Let us aakc a brave, open Jack Baker has been arrested and is Bombay by the 25th and sail again for the doctors to save her life were successful. Ua ith the proper democrat and we can She declares her intention of making an- now in jail here. He was arrested on a London June 5ih. They went on to China in without any alliances that we may warrant from Clav county, charging him after touching at Bombay March lt3th and Isrre-.t- er regret. There is absolutely no other attempt. with carrying concealed weapons. A war yesterday only we got a nice letter from Charles R. McDonald, of Danville, aeed of alarm. There are dozens of good has been issued for Andy Mason, our good chief steward, Jack King of gratehas been appointed Bill rnd Register Clerk rant who can beat Mr. Babbitt now hmccrats charging him with rape. The officers have ful memory, written from Shanghai and re- Will Guarantee to Save you from 10 to 25 Per Cent on every Vehicle. Give at the Public Printing Office at a salary of sad beat him badly and if the democrats us a Call. been unable to fiod him up to date. The porting all well, but grievously missing will go at $1,200. Miss Mamie Bishop, of Bardstown, charge is by a Mrs. Husley, of the Round- - the little organ and our capstan deck sacred who shall meet here Monday has been appointed to a nice position in their Lusinee in a proper manner and concerts. stone neighborhood. the folding PrintWe are gladdened by tbe arrival of the unite on on a candidate, we will almoet ing Office. department of the Public About 20 applicants were examined Hon. M. J. Durham secured last Saturday and all except three or four Interior Journal that is beginning to Xiurantee his election. both these appointments. obtained certificates to teach in the public put in a regular appearance again, with The Interior Journal sees through Conductor John Martin, of the K. C, with which a shot and seriously wounded Ab. Butner, a schools. One of the failures was a colored its delightful budget of the news we wish ih thin vail of hvDocrisr lady. No teacher hts been employed to most to heir. Ode sentence in the last Jew psperain the State are endeavoring to drunken man, at Boone Fort. Butner rethis place yet. number thrilled our hearts with wondrous glorify themselves as the elect friends of fused to pay his fare, when he was put off, teach the public school at James R. Cook will teach the Livingston joy, even en the bare supposition that the education. A few of them have paraded a and, becoming enraged, drew his pistol and Mies Sillie Whitehead is to J item was authentic and reliable. It was list of those papers which "can be depend- fired eeveral shots into the train, which was school and school at Woodbine, the announcement that Col, Ingersoll had ed upon to aid in advancing the interests of then moving off. Martin fired ooe shot, teach the public exprwjed.hls determination to deliver no Whitley county. education," and have followed it up with which took effect in Butner's side. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. McClary.of Frank- more model lecture, because be was not good-ses- a lot of silly rot about their superior GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. fort, are visiting relatives in this county. sure that he had been on the right road. I and graciousuess. There is not a pubFor Coal or Wood. I John H. Williams and O. A. Myer have wonder if it can be bo; even though I have Ml ft Lancaster. im. lication in the State worthy the name of returned home from Mitchell, Indiana, prayed and trusted for just such a result. George A. Higginbotham was appointsevspaper that is not the constant and valThis Halite i Eitra Urary acl'li' they have been attending school. For I am sure if this should once be folMadecftne my lst Juniata Our-coed receiver and will dispoaeof the stock of where uable friend of education; an educator Iron. IIm ,iii i,.,, tnj ,fcnt is stop- lowed by the discovery of the right road, recagnlz.d by the noble army g oode belonging taOrr, the tailor, on July Dr. Jas. W. Grant, of Lancisier, with Lnllre Wrought Iron Hojy ami and eo ien. Wanulnz (Hen rjtten.ls un.ltr ping at this place for a few days in the he would be a rare benefactor of his race. of teacher. It is not necessary for them 9th. frotlre length of IUdw. Holding fast to every word he his spoken, Otjl Sblr. ttlonT FirAutomatic Mr. Joeeph Weisiger has begun the practice of his profession, R. L. Brook Linings to "put themselves in line," since they are T- .jLk TrffVT,PLB II"" 'aiaiflL Store Keeper and Gua-ge- r, only charging everything upon the devil and Cut Cf liters. Mckrl csmo rial. applicant for kButo an4 hlnio pin. AdiuataW and have been in line and in the adyacci erection of what will be one of the hand- is an and F. II. Reppert is an applicant for that he has charged our God with what ill ilielf aod J! iuo,rn lmt'f je- in the good work for years. They will somest residences In the city on Lexington H hS5a ly Judge a power for good he coud be. The terrible IllWltl. l arraDgrd with fl Deputy Collector in this district. Tan Heater far continue so, going quietly about their Avenue, opposite the College. this admissions of medern theology have fur hot asd roM watrr. seeking for strayed or stolen, oneAlderney Geo. W. McClure is in Richmond Lost, Water lioa or liMtr extra task., while the Pharisees are nished him a lever to uproot tbe faith higher places from which to glorify them- - bull, bronze color with horns large at base. week. of thousaeds, But how would his yery MISS LAVINIA SHANNON. Any information of same will be cheerfully Lou. Timee. wives. H. HIGGINS unanswerable arguments turn to the dereceived by U. D. Simpson, Gilberts Creek, Supported by Giles Shine and a Carelull Gen. Logan, the dirty old . pitter, critifense of the "truth as it is in Jesus," Ky. 2t SPECIAL AGENT, Selected Company ol Ladiies and cises the administration severely for filling if once he could show that every charge Prof. J. L. Irvine has been elected Gsntlemen. the cfSces under him with democrats, not President of the Ltncaster Male Academy. lies against satin that he has brought Stanford, - -- Kculucky. WU1 arpear at tae Pera 1Iou". Stanford. Monwithstanding there has been less than 15, Prof. Irvine taught a select school at this day night, July Cth, and 7th and 8th. On the first against the blessed God, in the blindness of COO changes in the offices numbering over place last year and gave universal satisnight, "Little Barefoot," made famous by Msgjk" an unbelief induced by the popular teach 100,000. The determination of the Pres-de- faction. ing concerning the "God and Father of our Mitchell, will be presented, fcllowe- - by asi THE XEW GltOGEKY AXI HARDWARE 1IOVNE OF nixt-lg-t- s. MltsShsnnen It Lord Jesus Christ." On to go slow in the matter of appoint-meat- s the heels of tbe Rev. Morris Evans has gone South in and Jane Eyre tbe thus deicrlUd: "MUs Ebacnon li young and better thing, however, comes the does not seem to be appreciated by the interest of Garrard report, Female College. Iiett, and pcsietitsagieat amount ol wonderful the partisans and we believe he would re- He expects to have the College filled with and natural Ulent. She brings to the stage three airecny contrary, tnnt he has promised to ceive i much praise from them and infin- young lady boarders at the opening in prime essentials to ultimate lucent youth beau-t- y come to England and deliver a course of itely more thanks from the democrats if he September. and talent. Mlaa 8bannon cornea from one ol lectures. -the most arlstotralic ftmlllcs In the United would begin in earnest to fill every office A little side door has been opened for Col. Thomas 8. Bronston, of Rich- State a; In fact, ahe tlalmatobe the moit aristo -with men of his party. mond, is in town and will remain until the cratic lady who hat ererappearsd on the prorot- - work that we trust will grow into large proWould kUdly ask jour attention to the fact Two nights we had 10 Henstage. Iter that they hare Just returned from tbe dtl ea with The law and Order Club of Louisville Collector's Office is transferred to him Sat- ilonal anncn, one olpaternal grandfather was Louis-vlll- portions. reading in our 'own hired soldiers ' alifs to a bible the original aettlers ol ir.'n anj well selected stock of CHOICE ry Sh house sack out warrants against the gamblers and urday next. Everything is being gotten in Ky., and her father, Joseph BCannon, was There are over two hundred in barracks on jolice raided the establishments Tuesday in readiness for the transfer that day. bjrn In Louisville, on the site ol the Louls.llls Mr. A. T. Nunnelley, the new 'buo Hotel. Her paternal grandmother w.ta titter to a neighboring hill top, of whom a few eight. Everybody was arrested that could Lieuten- straggle down to hear Bro. Oiburne preach, In endless rarletr, d.lntj In quality aud utl.f.ctor In prkt,; th!s we be rnd all the tools and other appurtenan--r- u man between this place and Stanford, took the late Marqula ol Thomond, once Lord wr.nlce. Our aim ahall b. Walking back up hill with ant of Ireland. Her maternal grandfather was Sundays. at all times to supply esery want In our line. charge of the position Wednesday. Capt. of the dens taken to the station-housAuttin riggott, of St. Loulr, a them from services we "scraped acquain ff.ble driver for one year put thelatoDr. Eb ia a victory for the Commercial which Dillion, the of Baron Plggott. He was an early setend for months and we disposed of his wagon to Mr. N. for $310. tler oiat. Louis, coming there with the Lucat and tance," which has led to a Thursday even baa labored to the ?!,,.,,,u0't,8??IB",D0'Eu'0pe",,Anl",CJ, 0ur '" ' f C.K,klnK Hose, Mr. Morris Davis, for several years a Chotean lamlliea. Her maternal grandmother wat ing bible reading, the first of which came t WJgratul&te it on its good work. and m.ny other family Our China, QlZ J'0'"' F merchant at this place, but now in the a Mlis Biadlord, ofMaryland.a daughter tf the off as above mentioned. We had a very 1M "" t",,1""r rowrMe, la.ware richly ent The Governor haB ordered the companies wholesale cigar business in Cincinnati, is celebrated Bradfords, ol Maryland, and connect- s. good meeting and the ten seemed much .7, i etched. In tho way VD Bread.tufls wo nau.e Buckwheat Hour, tie quren ol all tribes Our ed with the Calverti and other Maryland Ml. "pleased and promised to bring others. rJ State Guards at Richmond, Winchester here for the parpose of getting some coun-- Ml, -" '" k own She la Vloasly connected to Marabal Maboo, county and they try This is a very tiny "blade" but that must otic product, arrayM a. feithfal "?" aad ML Sterling to Rowan adjuncts. All tl,edellr.tn Korn Doufe.tlo Confection, of air. He is accompanied by his brother, of France. She is a grand nlere are ra now on the ground. Gov. Knott and Mr. Henry Davis. Mrs. Dr. Ben L.tcher tbeMttriuliofIbomond,acdcouilnto the pret-e- come before the "ear" nd the "full corn in ....1 here. Tin, fctonc, Wooden and Wlllowware, rirclile Urn....' MtlIin,,r. r.nn.,1 f t .... mi. ui .... .,...... ...... ... uu . iviujucie ime oi iigara ana iotiaccos e:I. this Is onlr a hint .f -- h.i ... .... ti.n. Earl ol Dunrayen, to well known In this the ear." And, thank the LORD, we have that we can Adjutant General Castleman are alsj there and two sons, of Hendsrson, aro visiting Iriih make It to jour Interest, we confidently a.lt an eismlnatlon of our coo... and your patron- nd are using every effort for a peaceful eo- Mrs. W. B. Mason. Mr. R. R. West Is iu country. Her lather, Joseph Shannon, previous learned the first lesseaon of a fruitful life, iy, TAJI.OIl llllOTilKllH. to the war, was one of the wealthiest men of New not to "despise the day of small troubles. lation of the things." Cincinnati being examined for the position Orleans, belni solo proprietor of the People's Line Or So we are just ag happy in singing and of Steamers plying betwesn fit. Louis and New The State Board of Equalizition ia hav-to- g of law clerk under Controller Durham. iseu surer. The cise of the Commonwealth against leans, betides having several boats on ane war uy preaching to ten rough "red coati" as to an up hill business in getting to work. wcr c contiicaua during and Newt. Blunders, Henry Burdett, Tom lllsateamera States Government. He wat educat- thousands in a crowded hall. And ooe They have been to Frantfort twice tho United Is bad to adjourn to a third meeting on the Hammonds. Sim Carpenter and Ellis Mat- ed at Dublin University, Ireland, and spent a thing certain tbe gospel only spreads by Manor, one of going "into all the world" and preaching 7th of July, became the assessors books of a thews, charged with the killing of Simon -- rest portion of his youth at Adair nutou the Dunraren estates, tier inmber of the counties had not been re osoasiian, iasi juay, resulted in itie dis- Shannon, was twlco Governor ol Ohio, and the first it. Paul could have had 1,000a by staying in Jvpheau b or Corinth longer, but I find charge of the defendants Monday evening. lumed. Governor if Kansas. Ho stumped Ohio for Pierce DKlLKBg IN- The judgment gave general satisfaction as and carried the State fjr him, thus malting him that after he had gathered great multitudes The recent appointments in New York it was developed in the to hear him, he passed on to the "regions Envoy Extraordintestimonr that Se- President. He was afterwards Drugs, Books, Stationery and completely wrecks the despotic organizaary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Mexico, and beyond" where "Christ was not named" and Tammany Hall much to the bastian had said he would not bo taken was mainly Instrumental In bringing about a ? began tion known as Fancy Articles. again dc novo with little handfuls neacewltu that country. Mitt Shannon's uu- - working his way up asain. Of course to delight of the democracy and other decent alive and had waved a shotgun ia sight of the officers the evening proceeding bis ar- cle, Pierce Bhannon mirrled tho daughter of thoe who "know all about it," this seems Physicians prucrlp' Ions accurately compounded. people everywhere Also Tyler. Hor wutln, Sallle Shannon, ol like "folly" and "throwing away golden rest. About 50 witnesses were examined op. Jcdoe SusiRALi. decides thst druceists and the trill attracted conquerable atten- St. Louis, was one ol tue wos: famous belles ol the portunities," and "waeting life" Sj, Lr country, and chrlttoned the great ot. Louis them, there is nothing but waiting until (oust pay license if they sell whisky, and tion. the Zouoncs, they can seo before believing. bridge. HcrrelatlvoscfLouliville When ref has raised quite a breezj be decision LAND. STOCK AND CROP Hills, Oruisbys, Meanys, etc. are among the most sults force convictions, ve:y likely they The Largest Stook of Watches, Clocks, mong that cIsbs of liquor venders and wealthy families In that city. Mlu will quietly "forget the things that are W. H. Murphy sold to Bruce & Lee a aristocratic ueweiry ana miverware was Father Abram llyau, Shannon's and say "I always told you so." It reported that Gen. Grant's physi-rise- s work mule for S150 and Eld. J. Q Mont the celebrated Poet and Prleit of the South. It is .. fir Ever boui.httnthliiii.-V-- t la a good scripture that 'judge nothing the Lowest. Watches. Clocks and Jewelry Ho- - X,& have privately expressed the fear gomery sold them 5 at S145 Mlis Shan non was born in New Orleans, went to the time" and if one has n "mission" .. i nnlrAsi nn hnit ..i-. f .....I VlTnWra, v .uvisuvukti nun " or Sat- A. n Hughes sold 20 head of 1 100 school at Mount St. Benedict Convent at Louis- timo alone will declare it. bat he cm not lite beyond ty graduated at tho Convent of the The most of our soldiers in the station! fat cattle, at I J cents, and 8 head of 900 ville, and finally nzton, U. V. She lias wen on lb., .relay. Viiliatlon. Wash are of tbe "butlolk" reciment. In od A little girl named Jennie Dunlap, lbs , at 1 cents WincheUer Democrat. tho stage fuiir years, durl ng which time she has times tho regiments of the line ued to io years, was assaulted and outraged j$ed 11 John L. Bjsk broueht us bunoh of been tho successful leading lady with John L by numbers. Now they are called after "Williamstown by a mirried man nam- - his Fullz wheat, of which he raised some Owens, Mangle Mitchell, Jaoausehelc and Mrs. V. British counties. Tho "Suffolk" are tho nr ; ' ,luu" ana Instructors. . Agricultural and Mechanical Scientific, Englnaarlng, o'd 12th regiment. A few of the 11th1 d Sleete. GOO bushels this season, near McKinuev. V. Bowers. Classical, Normal United States Judge Speer, at Atlanta, The heads are verr large aod fine, some of Georgia gin, after 21 Vusaars and still fewer of the horss srtil-- 1 A 10 year-ol- d uii-- i wuu,, ...hucij uummerciai uourso o study -- entenced Dick Moore, a moonshiner, to the bliw, swallowed a fatal lrv make up the number in barrscks them having as many as six graia in n hours of married -C- OUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED But I must close in haele to cntcri the Albany penitentiary for one year. The two FREE OF . TUITION dojoof laudanum, declaring that her new mail. All well and happy. P. T. L. Ever I'all term brinm Kim.I. .!. .a- . i aen were cla3smv.e at the University at mesh. The crop is far th b;it in his sec Address JAMHH I.. in Je'Uf, mode of hfet was diBitueful to her Geo O. Barnes. lion. Georgia. KcnfiSlS" GEO. O. BARNES. BUGGIES, BUGGIES, BUGGIES! OUR STOCK IS WOW COMPLETE, y, ('' u V .,.. Carriages, Barouches, Phaetons, Buggies, Surreys, Jaguar Buck Boards, Carts, &c water- Jack-King.- are ,r. Mc-Henr- - ' JL.X'G $101,-000,00- 0. Sold. on "Tlxolx" Merits, .., .. j..jj x BRIGHT CURRAKT, TIIE LI0IY WROUGHT IRON RANGE, i II al ' ugttl W. nt -- TAYLOR BROS. HUST01NTVI21,IE. KY. FAMILY GROCERIES "" e, OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY faml-lie- " ,, nt .. ,d ..fi-cu-i- Vmaa&W&Skri&K PHARMACISTS, -- granu-uuci- e, last-in- JEWELERS. God-lath- BipMmmiL :4 'Sr spj be-fo- ro ?- -- to-d- .iSsSffi M&MM nl SWiBMr TATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY mi-iiu- o BM.YSio..; ,,.'.' utt Stanford, Ky,, July 3, 1885 LOCAL TIME CARD. . LECTUnE. T. B. Demaree, Esq. lectured The best hay rake on the market and only $20, for sale by Bright & Curran. at the Court-bouslast night on TemperFon Rent. A desirable office inLiw ance to a fair audience. e Col. M. Lewis Clark, President of the Jockey Club of Louisville, was here this week and bought a good rockaway horse Itliiti-Ora- 3 PUBLIC SALE OP JERSEY CATTLE, AT THE Hs l. AN. 11 tuln Ksrrt strain" going North Boutn ... ' " Bouth.... Horn 1133 A..1 10 1 Si At M, ....... 2 05 A. at, r. tf. r. u, The h xts Is cslculatcd on standard time, ttmt li About 20 minutes faster LOCAL NOTICES, Bolat Buy jour school booki from Penny A McAlIsler. Watches and Jewelry repaired on ehort notice and warranted by Penny A McAlIn ter. Bcy th Haia Hog Remedy, the original and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl later. A coMri.rrK ntock of jewelry, latest ityle. Kockford watchcn a epecialty. Pen ny h McAlister. Fahmek, Heap This. Go to Dr. M. L. Itourne,' drug store and get one package of Ham A. Clark's Hog llemcdy. If you are notnitUfied after uaiug it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL. Mimes Lir-ei- E here yesterday. Msm and Kosa Si wok were of Annie Looan, KnoxvlIIe, with Mn. 8. J. Embry. h I'nor. Ausek Kmeks left for his homo at llarrodibtUK Wednesday. Du. I S. Uf nnrrrn and J. II. Hiiton, of Brodhead, were here tbls week. Mn. and Mrs. Wvatt Sanmdme are spending a couple of weeks at Hale'a Well. Mih Moi.nn IleAZLcv left Wednw-da- y to'take charge of a school near Lexington. Mns. Jamfb It. Waiuien left yesterday to vifit hereon, Dr. J. W. Dawson, at Clereland, Ohio. Mijsm Ballie VanDeteeu and Daisy Uurnside hare gone to Alum Springs to Tiilt MIm Kate Edtlen. Mns. Jcxxir J. M. Pmi.iru and Rich ard Apperaon hare gone to Richmond, Va., t3 spend a month with relatives. Mn KniKic Deckekt waa here this week to establish an sgency for the Louis title W with news dealer A. A. Warren. Miss Mamie Chewault, of Foil Scott. Kansas, looking well and pretty, is gladdening her friends here with ber pre Mim Aiu Fellows, of Springfield, Mo., an exceedingly pretty little blonde, is the guest her sister, Mrs. F. J. Cur ran, at the Si. Asaph Hotel. Ocn former townsman. Mr. R. J. Kreckinridge, Jr., was here yesterday with a long list of names of persons recommend' isg him for a position in the internal reve nue service. The frierdsof Hon Sim M. Uurdett, of Kentucky, are pushing his meritorious claims for Revenue Agent and have strong hopes that he will receive the appointment. 'Washington dispatch. or Not wishing to hamper the new by holding on aaguagcr, Capt. Gto. H. MeK nney tendered his resignation to I'jl. Pironstop, who aikel him to remain in the service for some time at least. All republican officers might do likewise. Mr.tr. M. Unst, the accomplished French teacher, who during her term at the C illege here, uude many friends, has gone Wisconsin to spend the summer. She to will be of the fsculty of Millerabur College next session, though the patrons of our school greatly desire her to remain here. Mn. WiLSi'n IIamer and bride, who was Misj K'Uibeth W. White, spent Wednesday night here, en route to the groom's home in Magoffin county. Tbe marriage occurred Tuesday olght in Clay county when they were attended by Thomas White and Misa Mary Joplin, Dr. McCIure and Miss Llllle Wooten. Mr. D. K. Garrard, of Manchester wsa with the party here. The bride ia a sister of Hon. Jno.D. White col-lel- from W B Moore for 2."0. offer Mr. Win. Bruce Tewmey and Miss ton. a special rate of 18 per week to those who is Emma Morgan, both of Mercer county, Accounts due July 1st, will be ready goon the gold and and silver band excuron that day. Prompt payment expected. sion on the 11th. This will be a most de- obtained license to marry on Tuesday, Mr. We need the money. KJmiston & Owsley., lightful time for a large party to go from F. W. RatcliiI,of Liulsvlllt), has been in town several days in the interest of tbe here. Kentucky Manufacturing Tiieue will be n Sunday-schopicnic Establishment TunEE freight trains, propelled by four in Richard Bibb's, woods, Thursday, July for the Blind. Mr. Cbas. R. McDowell, engines and almost as long as from here to 7th, to which all schools are invited. heretofore clerk for Bruce & Lee, liveryRowland, parsed yesterday, loaded to the men, left this morning for Washington, The Lvrinia Shannon Troupe will begin guards. A great business is loing done on where he has obtained a $1,200 clerkship an engsgement at the Opera House Mon this Branch and taxing the rolling stock to in the Public Printer's office. Mr. L. W. day night, Secure your tickets in advance its utmost capacity. Caldwell, late of the Aihocatc, who baa at Mcltoberts & Stagg's. Lancaster Line. Mr. Boston Dillion been studying law at Roodhouse, 111., is The first canea before the Police Court has retired from the stage line from here to here on a visit to the home folks. for three months were called Wednesday. Lancaster and has been succeeded by Mr. MASS CONVENTION CALLED. Creed Smith, a stout, black rascsl, was fin A. T. Xunuelley. Mr. Dillion was a most Your Committe havinz been advised of ed $10 for beating his wife, a rather weak accommodating man and a favorite of the the withdrawal of Mr. J. H. Miller from ly woman, and Charley Stlgall, another ne traveling public. James Pendleton will the race for representative, met pcruni to gro, was lined the same amount for d I "or- drive under the new mtnsgement. a call of the Chairman, Tuesday afternoon, and after a full discussion of the matter, derly conduct. Both aro ornamenting the A couple of young rascals stole Mr. A. Iluulud That a Mass Convention be call rock pile. Miller's mare and colt and rode them ns ed to meet at Stanford, at 1 o'clock Mon The Richmond hoys are under lasting Parksville where they were taken from day, July Cth, County Court day, lo nomi obligations to the Stanford Lodge for the them on suspicion. Mr. G. II. linker nate a democratic candidate lor the Legislature, if it shall deem proper to do so. use of their band. A neighborly act hand wrote us that the animals were there and ine committee urges upon the democrats siinely done. Eddie Walton, of the Inte Mr. Miller, who had ridden nearly all over from eery part of the county the import nion Jouknal, is a member of the Stan the county in search of them, went down ance ol attending tbe Convention so that a ford band. He was promised a sweetheart yesterday and claimed his property. Riley full expression can be had and a nominee if he would come into the Richmond coach, Williams has been arrested for the act selected, if so decided, who shall lead us to J. E. Lynn, but he was too diffident to accept. Herbut Alex Cimden, his accomplice, is still victory. F. M. Yowell, ald. at large. He is said to be a very bad charJ. M. CAnTEn, ver'rj Row, on Ltncaster street. W. P. Wal The Rock Csstle Springs Company Stock Yards, licxiiigton, Ky., Commencing at 12 o'clock, iharp, 7Voc3L2aesca.3r, 4TlA.ly -- IS, 1885, j iii "' ol Sj SSI. s iitmiu a. .'icjiicoiennn joan u wamce or in Kr.. and th sntlrn t.. It. snark. ol NlehoIaTli!. witli inn ,.,, i Mi' tit k k A 101, ol Mllloriburg r. tve win oner a cnoico aeiecilonoi nirfhjy bred animals ol the .vi I new are jfiirin- mil lex. including a number ol Teltd (ori .wid their oiT.iinn. Among ,rniK mill dependents of Signal, Olfderoy. Slirer Mlns. Rioter 2d, Stoke Pogla 8J, Farmers Oloiy. Aipnea motcrs and or Biscurrinte of Linden, (told lor tl.Mfl nod several choicely Pan" ', bred Signal Hulls. ?. Catalogues ready by July lit. Addrem . hm r.r. ii.ji 01...0 " Deru lion. A..OOTJT7 uu FXFTSr HEAD, !. 0 j. 1t the o:e3::e.a.:e grocer. T. R, WALTON, DEALER IN . Cor.. R. K. Edmomso.-,- , Auctioneer. ""l'xIou', Ky i 2 5. m demonstration of the claims of Hite'a Heat Fender and fruit evaporator was made at W. II. Uiggins' yesterday with the most gratifying results. Many ladies were present and all were delighted with it. Cooking can be done in the par-lor- if neceassry with none of tbe disadvantages of heat or soot. It is a great invention for suffering women and all who can will get one. Those interested should call at Mr. Higgins' store and examine it and especially thoso who come to CoOrt Monday. Mr. L. P. Smothers, son of the inventor, and Mr. L. M. Lisley will be on hand to explain lis many advantages. in-la- riucriCAL acter. RELIGIOUS. A revival at the Christian church Winchester, has resulted In 1 1 additions to the church. Eld. John Bell Gibson will conduct tbe Sunday Schoil and preach at the Rowland school-hous- e on the 2ad Sunday, and Rev. F. S. Pollitt en next Sunday. There have been a number o! confessions at the Methodist meeting since our last, making the number of additions now 15, besides several have joined other churches. The interest continues to increase. Rev. H. C. Morrison requests us to say that there will be a meeting for ladles only at 4 r. m. and at 8 one for men only, to which he invites the unconverted especially. -to-ds- E 8. Mooch, T. D.Newland, R. II. Bronauou, Stanford, June 30, '65. J. J. Ne'wland, W. P. Walton, Committee .lETf ADTEBTISEKEflTB. A KAKECBCAMCE FOi; INVESTORS OK PERSONS SEEKING A iiouo in a TnrlTlng Ksllroad Town. To dote a partnership, OVER 100 TOWN LOTS, For sale at public auction In Junction City, Kr. st the croulnc of the Cincinnati Bouthrrn and the KnoxTllie Branch of the L. A it. It. It And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. IN ADDITION TO GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, UE KEEPS - m ence. TitEATnicAU Miss Lavinia Shannon, the pretty and promising little blonde who was with the Julia Hunt troupe here on their first visit, and who will be pleasantly remembered by our amusement lovers, ha for two or three years been "starring"' on her own account and has won much fame and applause. She and her excellent support which includes Mr. Giles Shine, a favorite here, will appear at tbe Opera House for three nights, beginning on Monday night next, flth, at which time "Little Birefoot" will be produced. Tuesday night, Etit Lynne will be presented and Wednesday night Jane Erre. The troupe has just play ed a week's engsgement at Paris, where the people went in raptures over MissShannon, and showed their appreciation of her accomplishments as a lady and abilities as an actress by tendering her a complimentary bentht, on which occasion the theatre was crowded by the best people in the section A treat is assured for our theatre-goer?- . Pricss as usual. Reserved seats at McRsb erts t StsgeV. THURSDAY, JULY l(Hli, 18S5, lip&lrnldz st 10 o'clock a. m.. otu 100 Lots In the store mention p!cc, which is now one of the uott thriving towns In Kentucky and growing laiiWUr, well lupplled with icbooli and churches, with tome tbrlrlng manufacturing Interests There are also within ri yardi ot this property tereral line mlntr.il tpringi and wells. This locality lurnlihtt many attractions for health and butlnett. Tkkms. cub, and the remainder in C, 12, IS and 21 montbi. with C per cent. Interest h Tin-- , Glass- - HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. J. C. Randolph will preach at the Prer byterian church here next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. The peripatetic distributor of cheap cr may ferred, goods and low down music has been here, but like most other griefs, he "tarried but a and Queensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- be paid In monthly (ss-i- jr. Installments n vnocTolt. Of II pre- SKSD FCR A CATALOOUK night," As I will be at Lexington attending the Garrard Female College, LANCASTER, KY. Larger Corps ol Instructors than any Female College In the fctate. Bullilings nevr and appoint mtnta uneicel'ed. Terus reionsble. ext n commences Auguil Slit, ISSS. For further Information, addreis MORRIS EVANS, D. I)., Pret't. tet-lo- State Teachers Association the rest of the week I shall not be in Stanford before the 17th of July. The lS.h is the legal exami nation day. Suit. The revivals in weddings has had a most salubrious -- fleet on the health of Eld, W. L. Williams. His step is as springy as that of Maude S , and his spirit as light as the average preacher's pocket book. The Interior Journal is informed that E. Tarrant astoni'hed tbe Board of Examiners a few days since by the quiet manner in which he passed through a searching inquisition. Tarrant's smile as he watched their startled looks was irresistibly comic. Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. Gen'l Fayette llewetr, State Auditor. Frankfort, KyjCol.R. D. Allen. Supt.Ky. Military Institute and Preildtut Kr. Teachers' Attuciatlon, Farmdale, Kt f'ol J. W. Tate, Mate Treauircr, lrankfurt, Ky Prct J Peiha Pickett, Supt. ot I'ulillc lmtrimi'iu of Kentucky, Frankfort, Ky ; (or. Luke P Blackburn, LouitTlllr, Ky.; Gov. James K. McCreary, Richmond, Ky.; Gen'l II. King White, Piuo IlIuH Ark : Rev. R. H. ICava nstigh, Slate Chaplain, Frankfort, Ky. , (3t-2- Wo refer by permits on to tho Rkkkhksceb following gentltmrn lilt Excellency, J. Proctor Knott, tiuTernor ot Kentucky, Frankfort,. Ky.; Canned Goods from the Best Can- neries of the Country. r- - OANHLLE. 30TLE COUNTY. The following glorious good news from a late Cincinnati papor will revive drooping Smiley sells the cheapest and best coil " spirits. We are going to get the road it Office corner 3i and Green streets. and we have it from good authority A ner street has been opened near the stems rs of the few C'jntre College premises, running from that the who put up their money for the benefit of Walnut to Hussell street. the manv had much to do with the final In order to close a partnership, Mr. J. Hurrah for President Zimmer W. Proctor ctTers for sale at public auction Iocttion man And Chief Engineer Spradlln. at Junction City on the lC.b, inst , 100 President Eugene Zimmerman, of the building lots. Chesapeake and Nashville Railway, arrived Judges Thompson, of Lebanon, Ibone, here last night from New York and leaves of Graves, and Young, of Bath, of the this evening for Nashville. The road is at Slate Railroad Commission, are here to last a certainty, and that the enterprise Is day looking into tbe matter of freights, a most promising one needs no better proof etc. LOCAL MATTERS. Mr. Arthur Gibbons is arranging h!s than that bonds can be floated at par for A construction purposes in times like these. goods in his new store on 3 J street and will New goods just received by Edmlston Of course King Huntington, who can ride soon open a bmr devoted exclusively to Owsley. over roads of which he controls at least fif- - the sale of wall paper, paints and painter's Picnics at Drinpinc Springs and Hale's per cent., from deep water on the supplies. Well Mr. Samuel Shears, formerly of this Atlantic to deep water on the Pacific, Is Sadler's cradles, mowing blades, Ac , at among the promoters, but Mr. Zimmerman place, was run over and killed by a train right A Curran's. it - who is to be chiefly congratulated on on the Short Line Riilroad at Lexington, of three y eara of hard work. The Wednesday morning. Toe particulars of A LAROE stuck ul clolhintf to oe cioseu the result news is this: The Metropolitan Trust Com tbe dreadful occurrence is not known. A Owsley. out very qheap E lmiston Unless speedily disposed of Mr. L. H. pany has negotiated the bonds at par Lancaster --Vews says that it is un- $30,000 to the mile, $5,000 per mile to be Chandler mil close his laundry here in a The derstood that Jim Lynn will make the race p'aced in the Treasury of the company, and few days, as business engagements elseagatmt Babbitt and defeat him with case. $25000 at onco expended in building. The where require his attention. Any enteralready completely surveyed, runs prising man could do well in this business The K. C. will sell excursion tickets to road, Stanford, on tho Kentucky Centril, to in Danville. to all points on its lino from day and Harrison Minor was before the Police Nashville, 140 miles, crossing the Cincinnaat half fare for the round trip, good till a breach sell at same ti Southern at a point 13 miles South of Court this morning charged with the iV.h. The L. A N. will also With the Southern it will form of the peace, when the evidence for the Diuville. rate. prosecution was heard and the case laid incluJing the a line to Nashville, 45 miles shorter than All the business houses the Louisville A over until Saturday to give witnesses for the existing Short-linebanks and postoffice will be closed Nashville, and with the C, A O, it makes a the defenee on opportunity to present themin honor of the glorious ltb. The latline over thirty miles shorter. It will give selves. ter will, however, bo open to 10 o'clock A Nashville a line to New York 7in Charlotts A little boy whose parents are named Brown swallowed a metalic whistle Wed M. and after 5 r. M. vllle, on theC A O, oae hundred miles neaday evening. His uncle came to town A State Bank with a capital of $50,000 shorter than any she has at present, and a in great alarm after a physician and seeing is to be started at Williamsburg in the near line to deep water at Newport News two .vhistle presihundred miles shorter than any existing, two who alviscd him to let the future with Mr. J. T Freeman as week and In- The entire lino has been contracted for slide he went home in a eerener state of dent. Mr. F. was here this mind. Up to this writing the boy ia alto formed iia that a sufficient amount had with the Mississippi Valley Construction serene. Company, and the sub contracts will ha let been subscribed. When Speed Fry, Jr., republican clerk condition of the at once. The bids for grading, maionry under late Postmaster Linney closed his A statement of the for the first section, from H.uionvllla Ntttonil bnk shows that It and bridges books preparatory to turning the office 07cr Scottuyille, Ky , to Gillatin, are to be adto Mr. Marr. the new P M., he remarked tanifd f.1,502 21 during the last six months . i.. Tirnnnrtlon to lis capital than vertised for at once, and opened at Gallatin poetically, writing the same ia red ink: Cishicr on tho 11th of July. The bids for the sec"WVvo kept these books, many others of linger standing. ond' section from Gallatin to Nashville, We've kept 'em trl;ht, is to be congratulated. J. W . Hocker We'll keep 'eai again will bo then advcitlsed for, and tho last the InUgbtY-tlgut.- " The Rtllroad Commission composed of third section, from Scottsvillo to Stanford. Mrs. Mary R. Meyer, wife of Dr. J. D. Young, of Owlngsville, Of the 113 miles of road, thirty six aro alMessrs, John of this county, died Wednesday nod J. P. ready graded for an abandonBd road. A. R. Boone, of Mayfiald, It is M. Meyer, will be buried Friday at 2 evening and here Tuesexpected to have the entire road ready for Tnompson, of Lebanon, stopped will be railthe steel within a year. Wfth Huntington o'clock r. m. The funeral eervlcss day n'gHt In their tour over nil the Fiwt Presbyterian church and is to as nn advertiser it need hardlv ba slated held at the road lines In the Sta'e. Their object that tho question of terminals his bren oar the interment will take lace at the cemelUten to any complaints ngninat the considered, and a puk of thirtv-el- r acres tery. Mr. Myer had been an invtlid fer a ond If posilble eecuro ly by the people obtained in Nashville. Mr. W. II. Sprad long lime and her dtith wu not a malti-- r uniformity of rates. Our pooplo put In n lin has beon msde Chief Enzlnper, with of surprise. S n wna n .ocd weaisn rind aud Commercial will be much mitl by iter complaint about tho ay they are operated headquarters at Gallatin. G't.itc, Cincinnati. children. aitinst in tho matter of coal rates. public-p!r!tedne rail-roaBJ-oa- For Bargains, There Is No Ph.ce Like the Corner of Main TUJE9BAY, JUNE 3D, 1885. and Somerset Sts. National Bank of Hustonville, At the ciote of business SVATEMENT OK CONDITIO or hie Rill Uverdraltt U. S. Bondt . Furniture and Fixtures Five Per Cent. Fund Due from Banks Cash ..... l.Cis - tTO.545 2S 12 20,000 00 1,510 31 000 00 3,272 90 5.CS7 56 1113,934 27 WIIOIaESiLI PRICES ! Total Over 40 Buggies, Carriages, LIABILITY. Cspltal Slock Circulation Surplus Fund Notes Undivided Profits Deposits . '. 150,000 00 18,000 00 3,000 CO - 7,33 33,200 C6 Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagoils, Over lO Farm Wagons and many other Goods to be RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES. Too Many Goods on Hands; Trado is Dull and They HuBt Bo Sold. 377 81 SO Total.. OKOSS 5113,031 KARNIMO! LAST SIX MU.NTHS: 27 22 Discount, Interest and Exchange i 3,305 Diipotel of at follows. 9S6 SO Current Expentts Funds to Pay Taxes 31110 SCO M Added to Surplus Kut.l 2CS 92 Added to Profit sn Lots 1,503 00 Dividend No. 3 1 GEO. D. WEAREX, Jluunfnctiirerg' Ageiit. 22 J. W. 13,505 HOCKER, Cstuler. An Open Letter! IN WIIKII- "The Bourne from which no Traveler Returns Sick." CATECHISMS FOR OLD CHILDREN Who It the oldest man? Dr. Brown Who is the wisest man? Col. Fountain Rox - AlaX -- LADIES iRB DEEI-L- Articles, Shvr.cise Goods, spfitiuJit, Mlied Pulnts, Stationery, Toilst Articles, Bogis, Slates, Aq , ' '; Who Is the lurklest man Scott 31, Jobs), (fc!a Who it tho handtomest man ? Dr. Ed. Ettcs. What three, couplet are going to m.irry next wife has triplets.) Who Is the tharpest pertou .' The one trho imlt ' mek? Thlt is a tecret, but Dr. Bourne will tell READ with yours truly, till tbe cows come hotu. you, Bklair, Ox., Nov. d.lSSI. All who want Who deal with Dr. Bourne? M. Gkntlemes: I hsve been tiling your wonder good goods and cheap prices. ful remedy, "Dr. Bradfield't Female Regulator,' Who is Hen S. Siropc'a sweetheart ? Ait Luclen in iut family for a loss time, and I want to say to I alley. AT THE NEW DRUG STOBE, tbe tutoring ones of my sex that there nmr was What does Dr. Rourne fceeu? He doesn't nnj thing final to It. Would to God that eviry anything; he ttllt rll kinds of .Medicines, fancy STA?,FORD, KY. a dieted woman in our land knew of Its wonderful virtues and curative pDwers ns I do. I have tiled a great dea of it lines the birth of my last child about a year and a half ag, and I do think hnd It not lieen forthlt Tillable mellclm, I would liav nsra?EPtEsa?EiD IT. i Fotbltt. Ac, ,tr. li. BOURSE, . been BED -- BIDDEN FOR LIFE I Rut thanks to a kind 1'rjvlJcnci, I was directed to its use and my life and health have been spared me, If my mums would admit of it 1 would never be without It in my bout. I have recommended lttoanuasberofmyfriends and without exception they have all been wonderfully relieved and curt d. I give this endorsement without solicitation, and freely, for the benefit of the tutturlnjotiesotmy mx. Very rctpeetfully, 3Ias. Asm Kami. Scad for our Treatise est UNDERTAKER", AND IF JrMjJ'BMlft ITni-nitin'- e l'emik Dlitaser-- , mall-- 1 Ui. x- - Address THE RRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Sex i), Atlanta. Ga. For sale by DR, M. L. BOURNE, Stenfjrd. A Full ami complete iiKsortment of Furniture, cmiiraclug Of erythiiiK from the CheuiicHt to the Finest Parlor Suites, Wo need to ro to the lnrRO cltleH to itiaho your purchases, no luuiiei what quantity or quality you want, nslcnn and will tlunllc&ie any nrlccH you can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Alto a full assortment ol CollinH, Cases, fjhromlti and Robes, eutbrac inc all the New Styles, both cheap and expensive, XVnre rooms opposito St. Aaaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. JDcalei' in ! y I en a nun :; AX ACT ler taklcn Simi-SStccM- n $ntcrioi-Jounm- l THE DUDE AND HIS HEELER. - A WILD BOAR HUNT. Slippur lit the Chop llmno All Intellectl)lnln(;iie. mil Attrr-Supp- 'JIIE GOOD OLD QUILT. tfOT LIKE THE MODERN DELUSIONS OF THE GUEST CHAMBER. Uullt "Omnilima" SInktM It "i n Ms in Her Own lllewl (llil Jloort" Tlie I'niuily miU IViiftu lllilory. tturdette In Brooklyn Eswrte ) m "Ywtns Funnynjan" No, I did noteie-11your joka about the quilt ccntilnlng 3,543,'lTT studies beoaun it was o much Juanler than anything I can write niy3elf. That was ono reaion, tt U true. Whtmn oorrespotidunt sinda ma anything funnfor , than my own stuff-- 1 do decline to insert it sver tbe correspondent's imm. Dut I do not, n you assert, reject it iu n mean spirit of petty jen'ouy and onvy Ob, no, I steal it. I chuck it rijjht into my own funny rolumn, n ono of my own. I npprcprlati all tbe funny things sent in by funny correspondents jait m calmly as the business aianagor appropriates the stamps IncloioJ for tho roturn of tha manuscript that never outum. Mo aud the business manager has aoft things of it speaking after the dialect Xor did I intimate that it snw too old. That is, the quilt wasn't. But I declinod to publish a llbd upju that good old quilt aud tho dear good old woman who mado it Thero is no guile iu the woman r tho quilt Tha quilt is n patchwork .fraud and comfortor. It isn't ona of those things that sjjtn to weigh nlnotyoounds when you first cr.vwl under it, ani let ynu wako up in the night, shiverin; at the rtto initos a minuto, frozsn stiff as of slxty-llv- o an introduction from chin to instep, to find fttrty-Ilv- o pounds of cotton in each ond of Lite comforter anl nothing in thi middle, nliilo the old thing strides you like a pair of grait saddle bugs. And thoso "old women" quilts are nover made scant, either, like tbeao delusions that jraco the guest chamber, that aw narrow In 0:10 diroction and short in the other, so that you have to coil up like ti saaka to got under them. Nor is it 0110 o! those torm? liters with always a small holo torn iu them, into tho which, overy time you turn you thrust a too aud either dislocate your toe or toar tho hole bigger. Nor is it one of theto terrors, a quilt so much longer than it is wida that if you draw it over you lengthwise you foal as though you vsera covered with a dress br.il J or the bait cord, anl if you twist it around sideways you tliluk you nn; trying to cover yoursolf with a whole bolt of muslin stretched clear out and only of n yard wide. Ah, m, "Young Funnyman," tho quilt that "grandma" makes is none of tbesj. Dar old grandni3, 95 years old, reads without glasses and eats pi with her knlfe.tiever kad a day's sdekne-- o'r wore a e in her lite, and doom't believe iu sewin; machine! Bible. Why, tha quilt sbo 0.-- the UsvUed makes is as big aud warm as her owu blosso 1 old heart You can tuck it under your feet until it conies up to your shoulder bladosand thon tuck the other end in aronnd your shoulders pntll it reaches down to your foet agaiu, and then you can toss and Weic and tumble and roll around under it lor a week before j'ou can llnd your way throe-quartsrs bu-tl- sitting still and saying nothing. At such moments he sits and glares composedly at his "heeler," who lounges carolo&dy in front of him and chats gatrulously upon subjects Tho heeler is n largo of a sporting nature. mail and has a sincere nnd honest manner. ckop-hou'-o A few nights ago iu n the heeler and tho dude camo to have some supper. The dude was In ovonlng attire nnd a diamond ring of extraordinary s'zo glistened on tho third finger of tho left ban I, lis ordered a golden buck and sub-s- t quen Uy nto somo pigs' foet and drank a large quantity of alo. IIo Is a man of rather weakoned constitution. Tho boeler, nsquaro-jaweman, nto bearded nnd heavy-browe- d a slnglo chop, drank n glnss of milk nnd bghtod a cigar. Thon he loaned back nnd 1 joked respectfully at Tho his companion. dude screwed a single glass In his oyo af tor finishing tho last of his pigs' foot, lighted n. in his chair and c'garette, loaned stared for at least ten minutes nt the heeler. Finally, with an oifort. ho said: "Mike, what do you weigh now?" "One hundred and eighty-si- x pound and a half this morning," said Miko. "Any fat" "Not an ounco," said Mike, "It's nil bono and muscle." This dialogue plunged the dude into tho most profound thought For at least a quarter of a- - hour he did not say n word, but continued to stare at the man across th table. Then with another groat offort, he woll-know- n d, 1 Ilrooklyn Iiiifle.J Mr. Toots and tho Chicken havo two imitators in New York. The fashion of going around ton n with a "heeler" is an old one, and was particularly popular In London twenty or thirty years ago, when nonrly every "blood" among tho Knglish nobility was accompanied around by a, iat prixi tighter. The youth who ia Lost 'known in Nw York ns n dude nnd swell is small, addicted to the slnglo glass, evening nblnth, late suppsrs and Indies of tho ballet. He is an owner of wvornl horses that have achieved moro or lew fnme on the tnrf, an 1 hU manner U blase nnd careless. He ha', in fact, nn enoimous faculty for HARPOONING PIGS FROM THE DACK OF A MULE, IN HONDURAS. A Dangerous A Uuldo Up u Tree Chnrelnc Upon n Whole Drove of i:n rui; I'd Unite Encounter Itiiutod at Iist. dr, Cincinnati ICnqulrvr InMrvtow The ubiquitous guide made a ditcovory which turned bis yellow fnee to nn athen hue, and brought him from the stream, whore he bad gono for water, yelling: "Chancn del montel Cbanca dl inontel" A lender-longeh g was trotting about fifty pnoss Iu the frightened man's mar. It had a couple of glittering white tusks on either sido of Its jaw, which it proceeded to whet on tbo roots of a walnut tree iu which Rafael took shelter. "Climb, climb, scnor'" he exclaimed, as soon ns ho was safely out of reach; "thero Is of them coming. Tnkjupmuch powder and much shot, or thny will keep us treed until we starve." But the sonors did uot mean to bo treed at nil. They roconl. 1 in the animal tho hog against which the harpoons wore to bo used, and instead of leaping into a tree they got into the saddlo nud uu trapped the spoars which were bsslde tho guns on tho mules' backs ready for tho march. A patter of little feet in the foroit told that Rafael's "plenty of thorn" were coming, and Davys spurred at once toward tbe brute, which was still grunting nt tho foot of tho walnut tree. "Whon It saw mo coming." snld Mr. Davys, as bo told the story In the Gibson house lobby ono afternoon, "it trotted toward mo, and it took all the strength lu my loft band to keep my mule from turning tail and bolting, but I kopt her head well to it, and as tbe boar cloed with us my blade caught him at the bas of the skull nnd shaved away the skin along his spina clean to the tail. It was awkward work for a groen hand, and if tho mule had not shied violently to one side the rush of the pig would have certainly bis broken foroleg. Tbs first taste of tho harpoon seemed to make the bruto furious, and with blood the streaming down bis sldo bo came back at mo, gnashing bis tusks with a noise like tbe rattle of n pair of bones at tbs minstrels. This tinio I missed him altogether, and his sharp teeth took a couple of squaro Inches of skin from my mule's off fore leg. But at tbo third charge I gave him tho harpoon square In tho eye. He reared up on his haunches and fell over backward, taking tbe lanco out of my hand in his falL "By this time Smith had closed with tbo leaders of the drove, which had broken cover when thoy heard the struggle going on, and I saw there was no tinn to get out of tho faddlo aud pick up my spear, so I tore my gun out of the fasteu-ing- s which held it to tbo saddle behind me, and put a charge of buckshot into tho throat of a bristly boar who was goring Smith's mulo in tho roar. After that I had all I could do to take care of my self. The littlo beast iione of them bigger than an ordinary bull-docame at mo llko a whirlwind, anl for th next ten minutes I expected to be thrown into the middlo of tboiu. The inula was doing ner level best to unseat me, and all tlu indications pointed to her being brought to tbe ground with broken legs. Tho skin wns torn from her shanks in ribbons and if I bad gono down it would have been all day with me. "Smith soon saw that the caso was too serious to trust to tbo harpoons any longer, and, after sticking one through the neck, ho threw the spear away nnd Joined me in thinning the drove out with his rltle. This was much quicker work, and after we had bowled over six, nnd wounded several more, tho whole party became and raced away in the woods like so mVny deer. "When tbs coast was clear Rafael came down from his parch. He looked at the doad hogs nnd then at us. with an expression of reverenco on bis face. 'Kl norte esta diablo,' was all ho said. "For a man who knows bow to handle a lunce or a harpoon, may bo good sport; but, for my part, I would not venture into tho midst of a drove of Central American bogs with a harpoon as my weapon for a clean tltLs deed to the whole country." d g panic-stricke- Omvwitlon to amend the illertcr olcslllru Cogtiitntlon Bin! .i 4iMrtlti thaunuibtr of per- MMtutltivd 10 ot tor lleptewatitiTw. Whhrkas, cxpnlente has pointed out the ot amending the Constitution nnd tho fcnd expediency ol cslllog a Convention fer tlot purpose; tberttere lg t Ottttral AttmUf ft fA Owe Jit nmmitmM Knlneli 1. That t thenext f.wieral IClfrtiou bjbUer , It HeroetwiUttT! te the Owrsl Anernblother ahill ! frinrlfli bt the duly ct tin wwnl poll tor Uktng the not to psn a el Election of the people lor tailing a Convention to 10 ajnen.1 the iter, the CoDslituliou, ui muke a return tary of tMnto, for the the Urns blM, ef the nam of all those entitled to Tute fir UpronUtlvcf who hare vowd lor tnllln sm-- Convention. i 2 That for anv lilUir to perform the duties r.rerlbtd in tue tint itctlcnot this Act. every llahlj to h11 Slurirl or other retnrilnc orer be mltteililxhiindrol dollars, to anr reeov ttd by Uouit bavlui! uran.t Jury In ltKllctwent of the lurUdletlou and shall upouionvlclioa be subject to removal from office. S That It shall b the duty of the Olurersot Election to propound to evrr voter the iws'tloti. r nor' tow lor calling a Convention affirmative, In the mina.LT.Uall"emorded a voting for .1 d ..!. l'..,Hi,tnv..hlia theiemeef a In IllH npf HM1IT 1IHU PXIti- - tho rojJ pwplo ol Having oiwoed up a luiuber yard in our utore, we are I'ow th- - reared re-cu- ilt Prepared to Inruish any kind of Lumber aawed and ahivcd. MMMn tLOUiSy I LLE&J N AS HV I LLE THECRCAT R. j Iu tho rough, aj-t- l'oitiof all kind.. Shlnjlei cut, Planing Mills. t Also Agents fer the Danvlllo ifexf lmtattTA! a uii.i.x. Rj Through Trunk Line oi'jcive .rcf3 int. g Summer Keanrt will I under my manageweiit this aeaton, and at it Is entirely ranttad and tefiunl.liwl, I can proiul my patroi a week, comfort a. well as health. Ilmrd, M r meal. SO cent. I'te of ilouble cottage, V per week. Will bare a citiveyano at th depot te meet iMMgeri am ,1. ,. Offl-M- TblaheaUh-glvlii- h ir sraox.uiout:. lami ICK! ICK! I will deliver l lo regular cuslouierlu Stanford and vicinity very morally at Wllfiout Change and with Speed Unrlvalet SHORTEST AND ONE CENT PER POUND ii.iiinou; ritU QUICKEST .Tl.K ROUTE Areoitntsdue at tbe close of t.rh ii.ontb,or to That all Aworors are h"'y, rciulrjd hU when customer nulls. open In ;. n. nMf enroll. In a column LIcU each the njmes of .all for that purpwe. Assets r's tor Represent, cltlMM having the right to vote Asjes-p- " h11 ' 16- But name t rca for any terson the uot ei roll in tu.-- coliiuii unleittleyibsHatthetlme knowofthat he HTANKOKD. KY. .aid election: Kepre Mntatlv to vote knowledge slisll b. loundul ouly upon W. P. WALTON, - - Propriotor and such ol t h J iucle"tlnforniitloa obtained br StaKe,;26x5C. Eight complete wt ol fcen-er- y person wliosc name Is enrolled; or (J) froni the etttlog rapacity, Including gallery. COO. statement under lleasotiahle rate, to noo attrarttooi. Addrm rredtlable arsons who know voter. Apr AaeMir ti the nuallnrat on of such i 4. SOUTH & WEST PULLfVlAN CARS t.litle Itoi !., Monti jinory, Atlanta, fcavannab, Jarkf Dr.. , Mobile, and Jw OrU.ut. In I'alace Car. Without Change Iir - FEJKil HOUSE, kS "JSSA rate, rout.. fr .;;, ;'r; ' BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA SHORT LINE TO THE EAST L Knu ..t.ville In palaceCara wltl.outihanr. 8!of M. 5f m s lcnVcsnO' Md njnr, "' ln w of, not "l 'T mwr ,h"'i' "St. Mary's Saw 3Iills" AMI I.V3IIIKH TAni), On topof the KnoU, ck EMIGRANTS receive apcclal it Anenti ol till. Av.. cr write C. P. ..i.'.T.M-- . low rate.. ( for ATMORf , G. P. .mpnv by J. Carter'. Grocery Store. L T A. Loulaville, K. FOOTi: .! WlltiKt.EH, Vroiirletorn. sail: you any howl The heeler did not say anything, but fat smoking composedly. "Mike," said the dude, after another long pause, "you mako mo very weary." The big man across the table continued to look at his master calmly, until that youngster gathered enough energy to decido that ho ought to go homo, and together the two tu-went out and climbed into a cab, which was waiting for them nt the door. I'lcturcs for tho Magazine. Bill's New York Letter.1 Art processes do indeed change radically. Twenty years ago tho illustrations for journals aud magazines were mode by men who worked rogularly on wages. They wero hired and treated as mechanic?, nnd they 'Can vou llok Sullivanl" "No." said Mike, slowly. "Why can't you!" said the dude irritably. ' Coz he is tco much for mo," tatd the plug, showing tho rospect lu which ho hsld John L. Sullivan in every lino of his ugly mug. "Well, you're a flno plum, you nre," said the dude contemptuously. "What good are (iap, Ky. the duty of wen Awetsor In DII. W. II. l'EKKV, . to go h fre he ! upon the ditiesof bit Ceunty Court and Judge ol the r that I w"nl.u"T iirrrLLL HTANKUUD, KKNTl'CKV. oath Id noleoin y thenuiulrof quMlfle-- person. I nave Four years oM, isrrgl.tcred No. Ill's In tbo A, J. Office on Intaater itreet, text door to a C. C. book, will aerve cowa for KePre.entatlves l" be district ior which otace. Oflce hour, from g toll A. ' Thorndalel; Kg.. Hal.ara at !. Ills g.alio HtI. 1. been ciioseu Ai.eswr for the year Mh W,, g. g. I to S r, u. Aoeethrtlc. adtutnl.lered when M.and Martin, Imp., N. IU2 anddain la Julia Ingletldo neccatarr. llSI-ly- r No. HIM; g. d. Betty Iogle.ide, No. Silt; Nora, Iiup.,IAt; Katlnka6MV; silver llaron 1271. IhIi 5tli,:i0; Victoria, Imp, itt, Loulte, Imp., T bly. aist'siW.SK.ft's.waAisa n.hs'll Kor all kind. of general Lumber. Shingle., builders anl other, can not And a better market lo mil thewielve.. Our ttiotlo I. "(lol Material lor Iteamual'le Uate. " PototUre aJdreta, llalli 'c, KY. ORce South aide Main Htreat, two door, abort the Myer. Hotel! I'oreNltroui Uzlda (Hi altalnlitered whan required. HTJIIOJJON I HTANKOUD, liBH F. UUrrMAK,, J!:N-X,IT- . oe. J '17 T1I0RNDALE IJOY DuntUt, InT-aio- SttrV, Joirkl 57-- tf Stanford, Ky. Ihtii exatulnel who .hall knowlnlrto inil JJ11?? as to hit Midlist, thall be able and penaltletofthe crime ofo 13"' tM th name 01 Aseessorihall write opplte person thut sworn the word "sworn. "I'lyo1 ; 7. Ittbab be tbe duty of the Dressed Pine Flooring, Coiling, Weather State to have this Art advertitM in ie.sp.per in each county of the or next ,'r of Boards, Finishing Lumber, Green tor io't weeks, nearly ear We J. !. CAItPESTKIt. & MISSISSIPPI The Direct Koute to 1 1 1 "Jf, LUMBER! ""Xto$. on"'?' St. Louis & tho West Northwtitand .Southweat by the way of Lumber in the Hough, including Laths and Shingles. tl'nde patchwork quilt Is generally, but to be a family quite erroneously, suppo-.oThis is a pieco of Aunt Susan's history, dnets, and this is a piece of grandpa's vet, and this is a piece of ma's old drest, lmcau-.with cix girls in the family th;re are no aswdreses for ma; the four squares enme from the girl's new clressos and there the family record ends. The other 9b4 pettches the girls begge oft tha neighbors, stols from other girls and obtained from thj dry goods under tho specious pretense of showing thsm to ma, to seo if she liked them, before ordering a dress pattern, tho invariabU experien'X of tho poor clerk being that ma didn't like them. Tho J e 1 out Signaling a Mreot Car. IXew York Tribune.; or "It's fun watchin' the way folks signal to as," said the driver. "I can sizj 'em up First, there's the kitchen mevery time. Sbo stands in chanic, the real the middle of tho stroot and says 'hullool' both arms as though she was sbooln' the cows out of tha garden. Then comes tho girl the genteel kind. She turns coyly to ono sido and waves her haud as though somebody was pullin' the string. As for the minis, alio stands 011 the curb and gontly but imprs-sivellifts on finger. The old chap with spectacles and n black suit aliake? hi.s cans at you and roars 'stop that car, you rascal' while the young dude tMp uckir.g tia head of his big stick long enough to held itup languidly with an uir that inaus 'hold up, rllih,' though ho hasn't enough lungs or enivgy to lay it Last of all is tho busine man who hi head or looks at yen, but Dover jut slnuds there beside the track thinking np some new scliem, and when the car n!ofi ho make a grab at it and eam swing on. Yiw, tho re's plonty of fun in thLs business if you only know how to get up-sta- ir y gold-heade- d I 0n labored their oight or ten hours a day at benches on the publishers promises on tasks set for them methodically. Naturally, nothing In that system tended to bring out originality. The pictures were poor enough. as can be seen by looking back at eld files of the publications. There was a wooden uniformity of barely passable results. Tho Miuis usages hold in somo establishments, but a complete change has been wrought In ths t no or three concerns whence the bet illustrated periodicals were Ksued. Hardly any drawing is done by rogular employes or in the shops. The originals of tho pictures (thoso not stolen from some foreign source) nre tho conceptions of genuine artists here and thero throughout the country. It has como to Us known by theo men that a striking piece of work, w hether in paint, crayon, pon and ink, or what not can possibly bo told for reproduction by engravers. Tho products of the studios are thus submitted in great numbers, to bo paid for if bought, and returned If not available; and tho cousequenco is that high merit is common, and abioluto genlu3 not wholly absent in the pictorial prints of tho present day. A crowin; rrac- tice is for an author and an artist to com bine their talents in making the matter for a magazlno article and then submit tho net result to a publisher, in readluos to be prlutod. In theso cases a novelty of idea is the quality that gets preference. In examining tho art department of a leading firm I found something very like a public picture gnlltry, so numerous wore the original works uuior consideration ;uml, at they ranged iu sizs from tdx inches squaro to as many f.et, tho uninformed visitor had t Lo toll that thoy would or might bi in engrnvhvj to tbo limits of magazine pages. Hardly any of the drawings for that purpose are done on tho small scale, but are concentrated by photography on tho bkeks, to be there cut by tho graver. Medals Won by Mexico. 1Mexico Twd ltfpubtles. The P..WI. I'rlnter la hereby f.ve hundred oeples o( the I ounh, .,e liver Sixth tfeetlon. 01 ml. A 1. anl then -' J? the Secretary ot tale, transmtt theia to tbe various luunty I lo pUee them lttl.allbethedutyof.uchC.erks ptotuptlyln tbe fcnnd. of each Aeteor or tax lar . countle. It In their reqe-tlv-Ibalfalnbetheduty ol the I'ublle I'rlnter to tuouMnd copies of th.. A t nve elu-e-t and deliver thein to the ,i'"",rJl Mate, wtio thill torward the .tnie to um rs a Clerk, ol tbe varlou. counties In cm h to provide at lNtt two ropi.sof .aid Ael for the CI rki .hall del vet voting prerlnet rnd al.l actlnc t.i the Hherltl r other otllcer.or tuth aud II .hall be tbe dutr eeopv ofJd 'l or.therolbcert.pj"! - lo e'lJ elf ur week, prb.r to the place lor l;uMle place another copy at v,me other .ultab r In f al 1 preclnet anl any 0 In tt.1. Act, .ball be the dut'ee ipillara. to I flnrdfor iff h failure twenty ere.1 maty tor tt t.svln . . Thlt Ait tha!. take iilei from It. parage. , s ;l,rJ '. x -- Kor the ronveulinee of bur customer. In Stanford and vldalty we have arraoge-- l with It. H'eim-fl- i to keep nn hi. yard. ana.HvrttueBt . cheap a of our Lumber, where tbercaugetll from indirect. He will aUo make eillmiiea for any bilk not un ban.le, which we will fill on abort nolle. .IIIU. VtX A l).t Jl-S- w Idly. Ky ;,, Jirect eonnectuii at theta Hiprioauci tbe Ohio ImuIi and all polnta Wiwt. I.riNVir.TaKorOI.OI.NATI. Chattanooga MTi'Oincj tavllle and Hixtni.til'"r tu.kt lnl with A JJltlttppl tbetgbt-ntn- g .t Ml U 'ts, GILT EDGE! Thl.flneyming saddle t.lllon I have concluded to leteerrea lluilUil nuuiberol naarea at the tow price of TH TTMirri Only lro lutavl'.le or flr.ln-1HULllb natl toil. tula,bolftgt.'uouri ulckr than any ether line, glriav our ptMeeger. ta li train, time br iul and fir.t choice or going Wnt, -- " Ine going by way 12HouraQulokorJi,!r:,'V.rV f I'hlengo -- !" .' re-i- pUf-ther- eof -- taa Approve-- I Jiiimry i, 1"1. opThe Stanford Woolen Mill, are no longer In t!ey Uen .lore Tebruary. IMS. eration, nor bav tu contract debts for It and No one 1. auth-riwnone will be paid unlest autho 1 by the resident, over hi. tignature. la-- NOTICES! UlltKJgili S vrnra to exhibit hire at th l"lold lot. !prtn, daik Ixy or Urawn, IV II wa. etra.1 high auda prle'-- l u.oJel In torm by one of the noted oM IVmuark fimlly, llulildo'a t)n lime; lat Jaw by oneot tbe graodeft horwh ever known In any immtry, taM.le'a OM LeiiDglon.a horw that hat taken more ptnatunat than an.1 got tuoregned hor.ea than any known hoie, any boraeteaH will tell you m, therefore we bould not let itae ttralna ot II.eM two families rundown. Hl.Md.mwa.hy Kaulkser'a wung Awaticn. Unele PeeecOentrr aay.be wai the beat hrder that everalood In lloyle eownty. Third dam by Tajlor'i JlwMBger. Alwara wakeetnj en hi. educttloo alter I. orer by plating him In the hand. or Fast Timo and Sure Con eaddle here mm, oalr to ttee.ly iilm Mme nootions uatwrally expect In hiagatta. for lie a- 07B3ST HMMvey . l IDOTjXj li tUi-i- AES I I O. efe"M. With alt Line, at Which tbe I will gu-K- bl. lil St. Louis and Intermediate X IVrM : Points. Fcrrlcn! NuOniiiilMMTratier' .u J. it.yie.ll.ISTF.lt, Prcldent. STEVE WALKER! Thlt line young Jack will alio make tbe eaen oflg&Wt my atahle, ono tulle from Mtnford on tbe llu.tonviileplke, at ailLLEIlSBCIlG 63 to Insuro a Living Colt. it" . : Svlontific Consrirntloiitneftt. JltOhtOll llobort Treat Payne, when r.oarly S3 years anl not iu strong health, male a spective &tats; Chiapas, n second premium for a collecsolitary journey to California on tbo occasion of tli oclipso of 1SSJ He hit the train tion of Indian clothing. Campecho, a second premium for palm 6ii a lonely prairie, whore the station was the only building, mid uheie no manner bats. Uwst was to be seon. Tue total eclipio was Oaxaca. an bonorablo montlon for leather to lait only thirty-seve- n seoond, and, in bis riding pants; first premium for anxiety to iniuro a correct observation of palm hats, aud flrt premium for handthe moment when th sun reappeared, he made ludiau dresses. deprived himslf of tho satNfactior, ft')r Queretaro, a second premium for leathor hw long jjurney, of viewing theclipie 11s iv dresse. Yucatan, a first promlum for hand-madctacle, that he might attend mere 'd.)oly to tho beats of his chronoiiHter. Indian skirts. Sixto Garcia, of Mcrida, also drew a first prlzi for palm hut'. All Kxperliueiitii lteallst- Guanajuato, a second premium for long, IKxchaue leather riding pant. "Why, how wonderfully said Sau Luis l'otosi, a second prizo to Laronzo llr. Derrix, gently caressing a biimbloboj Campos for soft felt hats. I among th which repow artificial tlowors Fuebla, a first premium for soft felt hats, and iiisects of his wife's now bonnet. "If it most showily displayed. s ivai n garden flower I'd swear It was ul City of Mexico, n premium on Ciuiar-r!- '' ho suddenly sbrinkod, wings to Beltran & Albert, nisi to Jind-weinserting a wounded fiug.--r in his mouth and & Medina for riding hats; to dancing around llko tx whirling dervish. D. E. Huiz for leather riding pants, best uYhy the blamod thing Is alive." exhibited; Mariano and Josus Fernando, Edward W. ICuhn incrustod writing-desk- ; Itetter to Defer. for tho most extensive collection of furni (Korristown Herald J ture of Mexican woods and of wood worked A nice cofllii Js considered n very nr.pro- - un. printe present to send to an aged person iu Durango, a second-clas- s medal for folt China. It is bettor to defer making such a riding hats, lined; nnd honorable mention present until after the death of tho reelp-- 1 for felt rldln" bats, : jctit Then if it doosn't lit comfortably, or the upholstering doesn't bnrmonio with tbo The Quiet f.aly' Iloiiiurks. JseeiLsed's complexion, ho will uot grumblo Exchange. about it Mm. Smith To toll you tbo truth, I'm almost tired to doatb. I'vo hoard so much The Uniilonsaiit After-Tastopera this wiutor that I can hardly boar to IMedieal World. A largo draught of any artificial ferrugin-a- s hear a bird sing. And play 1 Good grawater Immediately removes the unpleas- cious! I have boon complotoly surfeited, Hid tbo theatre has been actually hateful to of cod liver oil, leaving a ant aftor-to3tflavor of frosh oysters on tho palate, mo; yes, actually hatoful to me. In tho g iu pronounced, indeed, as to render a doso pause which followed those remarks a little lady in the corner was hoard flJoilan absoluto to remark: "What an advantage it is to havo a husband who owns a "roiimluinkcr" IZxplnlncd. The namo "I'oundmaker" It an attempt nt CATAimil UEJinDY, a positive SniLOUVS iamslation of tho Indian uamo Opotukah-joapowlyl- n literally, "he who bits at tlw cure for Catarrh, DyphttcrU and CinYer Mouth, (ito gathering animals into pound," l'orwle by Penny A McAllster old, bnud-mado o life-liktlrst-clashr sllk-lln! e. 1 o quiet-'ookinbonne-bouch- AdMTt!r i Mexico has won tho follpwlug pnzos nt the New Orleaus exposition up to the 'Jth ult tho prizs-- being carried oil by tho re- cut route." Odd Names of Hallway Stations. "Odd names) I should say," said tho ticket agent. "Watt till I read you some of tbo queer ouos that I have marked with a pencil while looking up towns for traveler.. What do you think of Waguu Wheel, Query, Sbukespcure, Rough and Ready, Sixty-fouMastodon, Lot 10, No Aguo, Prosperity, Protection, Promts City, Overall, Trio, Triplet, Twinsburg, Swoo;o, and Sucaruodieei Ob, there aro lots of quser ones Anaconda. Ashcato, Asylum, llarhihualto. Bacon's Neck, Baar Creek, Beach Tree, lien's Creek, Birds and Worms, Bird's Nost, Blacks nnd Whltoj, BHs', Dlevdng, Bridos-burBonesvllle, Breathed, Brick Church, Bridal Yell, Bright Side, Buck Creek, Buck Buncombe, Hallow, Bumpas, Butternut, K Kids, Cabool, Crow, Crowfoot, Cross Daguscahoudn, Daisy, Dorringer, Dxne, Djo Gully, Dollarville, Ducktown, Dull, Dun, Enigma, Erata, Folk;, Forks of Credit, Filoudsbip, Gall, Happy Croek, Ladtesburg but why go on J "Tho woods are full of such specimens as the above. Would you believe itl A man came in last woek and inquired the shortest route to Wojdpile. I scratched my head a minute and then told him to take tbo crossr, 1 Bean-tow- 1TEMALEC0LLEGE Thlspopulr'h. :. t .r y )nng la lie. will be opened, under entirely new auipkea. re- fctevo Walker li a hrowa with white point., IS hand, high, I year, oil and aald by laen to be use of tbe Umet lioned Jatka In hen-luck- y. Haa actlosi like a hor.e, quiik and aure ua we win promiae not w uetain 11 ysu patronia you long on the Jaik'a account. kI !' Conueetlon. made In Union Depot, Ht IojI. with train, of Hue. gIng Weat, Nortbwrat and ftHjthwe.1. Il you are going Weat te any poltt, ta,) ' n or wiltu to tho uudrralgued. Kor (ill and reliable Information In regarl to the Wralern SUte.. Iap, Hilda and loweat aprcial ralea lor TUkele and HounSoli Oooda to all point. Weateallfa or allnaa O. II. ra.-eugAg'l Ohio A MtMlaalppt P.il rsr, Harro.lii.org Kv W. WI'KABODY, W. U, Trea't and (leal Man'gr, (ien i Pata. Agl C. Vf. I'AKIH, lentral I'aaieuer Agru' Cln.lnnitl, Ohio i!v) SlUiril, SEPTEMBER -- 9 th, 1885. nt j. 1:. j. .v- - it. i'.i 11 ins. LO. "illtiotirnsM oiite." Shortest and Quiokest Route from 0n tral Kentuoky to all Points NorU, East, Weat and Southwest Faat I J on lietween Willi - Rov. C. Popo, of Augusta, Ga., ns MYERS HOTEL E. Prosldont, -- ASD- Mrs. S. C. Trueheart as Lady Principal, STANFORD. KY. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr - liK.YIXGTON' A OI.VCI.VV.1TI fcbedule in K3fct May 19, IS Hoom-Hocw- Aided by oneof tbe most Competent an I Expertenced larultles la the State, rarcnia mayo. their aured or the most tliorouga trainiiw daughters in all that peruint to ifl. M.rllll and fial4, II Cjmmiueu to our care. containing lnformJtlo'i as to For catalogue term., Ac . addreseVi S. C. TltUEUr.Al'.T.btaBford, Ky. '" This Old and Woll - Known- Hotol Still Maintains its High Reputation, AND Kb., Ki. Hun. Dally 8 10 a in 8 10 .to IS a m 10 . IS p m 11 2 Ho. Fx g Hun, j,,,,,,, Iti Proprietor is Determined that it SliRll be decoud to no Country Hotol in tho State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Quests. Lre. Covington Arr. Harl. " Lealngton l.va. Pari. Arr. .Vlncboattr " Itlchmond l.ve, I'.lchuioud. Arr. llerea hi ... U IIJIinDKn in p hi II W p t l pm I f) pm pin .'i p m pn 6 10 p in Dr. E. Office on J. Nickorsoiis Danville, Ky. j'Koiand " Noini-IIOUK- " laiicatter . . Physician and Surgeon, 4th St.. - IliaKixge "HI bseouvered to rJ rrom the d fret or charge. Special aernmruodttl on. to ComnorclalTrfcrslera, The liar will alnava aopplled e.1 h te" cho!ril erandaof Mqaora and Clear. l.lvlu.Mton.. 'ibOptu liOntu opnij."";n;..:.. 1 OS piii ........... 7 .1 SO p nop aw ...... M 111 Jjlnif . M J, m A ;;,t ' " Ho, II No. S No. t Lvo. I'lcnty of Material. Uoston Transcript. snub-nose- d "I say, youl" excAlmed the boy, "you're a real English lord, beau't yeri" "Yes, my lad," replied bis lordship, not altogether dlspleaso I at the boy's manner; "and what do you think of a real English lord?" "I think," said tho youth, "as how tbore Isn't no danger of England's running out o' ituff to make lords out o' If she ain't partlcularer than she teems to bo." I'M"'" Piles "ml I'm rod. No I'orfci'lly -- (D) louisvmi NiwMBAiirsCHicACojlrie-- " t . v a Knife, Ligature or Caustio Usod. No Detention 'from Busines?. Xo Arr. Klchiiioud Lve. Il)wUtil " Linciatar Air HI hum I Lve. Itlchiiiond Arr. WltiGhoster.. Arr I'arl. Lvo. Lexington Lve " I.ivitijton. a I.... .... ,.. .,.. ...il'l ... II 7 i 00 15 a mi am am n fi (W b m 7 00 a m 8 01 a m 8 03 a w' op a m 2 p m a M a in 1 is a w Through Coaohos and Pullman' Stooping Cars From Arr. Coring! on l'arli . 3 18 a m 7 8 a ml i 30 p u. 8 IS n m' 5 2-- p in 11 30 n mi C 00 p 111 1 :t0 pm H I 3 G f put "sa. pru MAYMVIUK IIK.VNCII. ST. NoaTH-lloute- Mhtross oe you every evening! Iiridget Tha gliitlomln Is me lover, mum; and burj he will bj ufter olof.ing wld mo some of the-- e foine day." Mistress Vo, I noticod he was rathor inclined that way. I had him arrested yester day for trying to elopj with a et of silver spoons. to He I'lnnlly Klo',iod. Philadelphia Call. Ilrldget, who Is tbit who comes Treatment Mild. liOiiittviSItt (o Chli'iiKO, Cure Certniu and I'crmaiicnt. Cure, ' Pay. Cliiciiiiiiill to Chicago, IailluiiiiiMillH to C'liieiiKO, THROUGH TIME TABLE Via Louisville: Dally Dally C ITx. Hun. Ex Bun. 1 l?o Lvo Covington.... Arr May.vlllo,.. HOOTW-Xlotil- " Islington " Tarl .., 2 00 p ui 7 21 a lUi 4 S5 p to 8 20 a m 10 40 a m 7 50 n in JJlpu, PKo. The Triple (Iriiuji. Ilasklu. Special Attention also Given to Chronic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, Arr. Lafayette Lve. Loulavillo 7 I I 19 11 " Cbloago 80 p iu 8 20 p in iu "' Vt p tu 3 10 a iu 8 00 a m 61 No. 3 1 " Oallj- Dallr Kx. Bun. r.x. un Lvo May.vllle Arr I'arl..... TlTTLT B A 7o"i7nT Via Clcclnnatl. 11 " Clnglon KoKK.-Trnln.111 111 111 Lex ng on 10a m 8 11 pm 0 10 a lu g lupm U 90a m 1; on nni Fine art Is that In which tbe band, tbo Lve. L'lticlnuatr.IT As will a all DitciiMteculIir to Women. t" goTuTfrt 44 p I VI IS p m 11 10 head, nnd tbe heart of man go together. Indianapolis S JO p i.i 6 im. a Chargea too.1 rate Dr. N. cm he oor.aulteJ froy Arr. Chicago triple group: it will help you Htcollect this offlct) at all ofuhnrgiiRud will Iw loiinl at hia to solve many difllcult proloms. Dally. fDally except HumUy. thre wntbs ttiata t.r tho next Amitour photographers in the oast nro Bv pertulwlon ho refere to the following gentle. IIo aure your read via the H Irwin, Man-f.rplanning n number of tours through tho wen: d s.lln.lev.U A. H. Tom Murphy. Ky ; Judge O. mountains aud along the Maine coast. MONON Temple. John Jt epoonnoro, sun L. took, Han. ). ville Ky ; Iter. J. A. lug'.e, Iluaioiivillej II. II. (i- - K. A. A C. R'y) a. it Is the fjuhUit. ih best Nashville American: About one acre In button, J. ItoMueor, Lanraater. Ky ; 'llioa. mm moti uirect no to emu go and pilots i J100 of tbe arablo land lu tbe country U ocWnlker. C. C. Cbrl.wan. ; kin;1 vl U. KyMckln-8., In the Northwest. Daniel, Jobn-onbryanutl v; Ky J. cupied by zigzag fonces. Tickets via the Motion Uinta 0.1 ta'e at all prinMeHlnnU. How Ing d; t .l I aro dally between Win." cheater Uxltigtnn and Covington; other trslns armlallr except Hundny. Train Kej I runa via Islington and Pari., and not via Wlnrhealer an I I'ris. Dlnetconii rllmuarn luat.lo at Winchester with Chesapeake. Ohio for Sit hterl na Asli'iihl IMintfnglcn, Chnrlostoo, W, v., and Lusterii I.. "l. ROUTE, - It.Gtuipbelenllla). Ky., A. A. WUV WILL YOU tough whu Sblloh'a Cure retn. Ky ; Oforga) Boawn. Judge I. .llldvelImmediate relle-- Price 5c aud 81. FcJ llttreOiBUrE JVy.i W. .. suawawi W.Sut alo by IVcuutA MoAllitir. V . ""'"I Hcghia, cipal ticket ntfig.. "J Kor Hup! aud lull information, address WM S. nALDWIN.U V A., ChttJgo. A. J.O'ltEILLY.O.d A Unlivllle Vn . w Throueh tickets and eliacknl in an T destination by 1 rVllrnoll H.K. n.SlOUSK, W. IlTwiIITTLFSrv .ans'1,,usr(;i:onai ri?m,""1,kr' 'lonoral Slanager 1'as.onger Age.lt, Age'uV ' .. K, Ot. IVi. ,4jt