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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885070701 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. Imtefiif uttftt VOL. XIV. CHANGE. Stmi-SJlcchlnintcrior STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1885. OANHLLE, BOYLE COUNTY. GARRARD NO. 36 mmtTtnnam?rf -- 3Jonnral COUNTY DEPARTMENT. (Itflttnn TratMcrlpt.i Liku ono Mho hours with sudden throb of The lingering CRilmtcst of bu old refrain Which wnkwi tbi echoet of Um vai:Uliol ClailtisM i'uti(lnhfit Tucmlttuv ttml Frlilavn With tender pain, woll-know- now with mingled kiIii tind So stand pleasure, When paid itrlctlr In advance. K we hare to door, After long absence nt n Which guarded onco my darling, my heart' wilt nT time. 8VI.50 will he charged. treasure, In days of yore. I S3.00 XI3K. ANNUO! W. P. WALTON. Still bloom the roues SlVtMHIlOM with tholr old tlmo BENEATH THE APPLE TREE3. Clinton rxxillard J Upon a morning tunny In golden summer-time- . "Whon boe worn making houoy And poots making rhyme, A maiden Rownod In satin, With oyoi ttt Mippbiro soas, Was humming low in Intlu, Ilonoath thi apple trwos. 1 "Amor"' she Mig. and after, "Ainnf she oovly said, Then, with n pool of lnughtor, Hlio shook lior roguish head. "If he wore standing yondor, And hoard." cried gay Louiso, "What would he do, I wonder, liouun nut iivnriiuiKoinmy nnuvuiuuuj Trimmod It tho hodgo with all its woutod nontneu; The old elms stand. Still slopes tho lawn in beautiful gradation, Llko a sort carpot of the richest green; Still loaps the fountain with itt light pulsation, Hrlghtening the scene. Yearn have not changed it, now nx then tho river Winds in tho distance like a silver stream; Through the old orchard still tho sunboams quiver And brightly gleam. Ahl but no voice of sweotott modulation Nor rippling laughter greets my listening All the bright scene but breatbos In desola- j ear; lleneath the npple treed" tion, "She Is not bore I" prithee tell. Sir Lover, If you should re niul Lear, And, turning round, discover That no one was anoar. Would you pnu.i undecldod Or slyly creep atvl sells And kin the tweet. J 1 did IWnoalh tho applo treeil I "Not here! fct. Her cberMiod roses mournfully reply It ' In odors swoot. creeping Darkly enfold un at the roo-gl- rt not here!" tho murmuring elm trees Igh it, Tlio ruttllng gran repeats it 'neath my O'or tho soft lawn tho shadow i wostward In deoper shadows Hot my dear ing, To wake no mos-e- ! SINGERS AND SINGERS' lovo sleep- PARADE DAY IN MEXICO. door. Celebration of an Anniversary llrlltlanl hhosv of t'lilforius. ITaeutaya Cor Nr York Tribune The celelratlon of the anniversary of the repulse of the Kreneh, at the storming of I'uohla In 1873, by CJen. Iorencei, occurred not long ago. Two reviews took place, one j the plain of Ban Ics.ro, tutsldo of the -At tho shoot Ity, atvl nnoUior In tho city ing school there was a sort of tributo erect! M the roof, from which tin prutldoufs wife, the minister' families etc., bad a good look at the review. As It occupied lit tie over an hour, many who went along littniit-- e tose It w re disappointed alii the booth for refreshments male a kvauty 1 PAY. Mine. Mltton Talks of tlie llcetlog Tower of Kiiiic Tho Klnger' IJfo a Sacrlllcn. "I have a quiet word for you on the question of the earnings of I know you think the rate we are soprani. I have had severe paid at extravagant. much-talkod-- InJon New Intentew. harvest. In eaeh review marched about 15,000 men. The uniforms aro simple, of dark blue loth, relieved In the Hue regimontt with gilt Uuttnnt and scarlet strie n leeves and trouMir. A cloth "kepi" Isroverol with white cotton stuff, f r .tii wh.ci hangs a of the wind nhti In "fatlgu Tim police also near the ''hnveluck." dre The cavalry Uao silver lertons and gal. Iim. ami blaek braided Jm .. - are added fjr tlw artillery. Their opiwarniieo was Kxid, and many of the regiments marched t- well The eorpi of cadets made a brilliant show and they do credit to tho military school of l'hapult)r. Hut the most brilliant of nil were tho "ruralos," tun policemen of the rural i to see them galloping along In tholr high nd richly embroidered Mexican sadJLs, on tholr fiery horses. Tho Jackot and breeches aro of bull leather and tho hat light felt "sombrero," with n silver braid on rim enJ silver cord and tauels; tbo boots are also of bull leather, like the saddle and stirrups; a crimson sash Is worn around the waist and the long crliu-'- ! "oruir hang in tight and uarrow foils behind on oach side of the saddle. Tbo oMeeiV lints find Jacket aro the same, but cover! with embroldory of solid silver. Their black eyes, ruddy, dark complexion form a striking contrast and Jetty to this picturoiqusand brllliunt drets. Their r l lies hang at the right sldo in a leather case, and the lasso at tho left. wide-brimmerdt It districts, at their namo It InJI-cit- e. a treat to tlw oyer The Mnews of War In ltussla. I'nll Mall Budget Tliat "wo have the money, too," and that Itussia has not the money was one of the grounds of tho light heart with which tho swashbuckler at tho music halls, and tho Journalists who instruct them, were eager to have a Haitian war. The campaign w as t bo closoJ by the bankruptcy of Kusjta. Hut the pietlon of "tbo money" causod as much anxiety to the minister of finance In Kuilu ui It caused Jor to tho warlike plumers of The Dully TvlegrnpU. A letter from Kt. Petersburg In Tho SculesUche Z'ltung ttatos that when Olers and Hungf, the iluunce mlnlstor, had nn nudlencit of the at liitichlnfi. and tho czar talked of issuing an nppjul to tho Uinslnn KKplet tho latter felt it hii duty to caution hfei master as to the condition of the Haitian finances. Tho emiror nt unco roo from hit wt, ami ald with great kuleinnity: ""If the wai should break out 1 hereby promlta that I would wiciitico to It tlw entire property ol tho homo of nomanotr (IbO.O JO.lWO riiulo) , and I am certain that my x.'oplo will not allow my cxnmplo to stand uloi." The writor ndiU that there can be no doubt that the groat land owner, tho rich meroantllo world, nrul the wealthy monasterlot wore fully prepired to make equally groat sacrifice for tholr father! uid. lu 1373, whon then wat the oxpoctation of war bjtween tt Kngland and Austria, the Mowow and clergy nlouo ngrood to eacriflw tbo ImineiHo tutu of r.'W,(WJ,0W. lomu at time, hut these have nothing to Jo with the question, which is, am we over-lid- l Now, lu the first place, man ami, we tre rare, we KHig birds. You can count nil tho ropraul of tint llrit line ou tlw lingers of Now tnke our kiudrl artitt, the ihw hand. painter. He U not such a rare bird as a soprano. If lie Is really good and palnU portrait in Iindon or l'aris, he make hiiui.U sterling to W 00.) 10.000 from a 3enr. no ' mu umj ii' miv-- it. your i W hat say you ol numeruus. Millals lloll, Ltightou, lUrkouur, Ouloa in Ioudon, and Meiuoiilor, I'srolus Durau and CalKinel. not b mention jor IVtlen Ieytge in l'arls, as wll as Sargont mil several morel'' "Two blacks, great diva, do not inako a white''' "No, but they help otio to a standard of We tlngen are rare; we aro blarkueM. to your cxmqxitoJ for, and, acoonling natural law of value, fetch a high price, as would n fairly hand fiue diamond. Such a one a 1 worth ;K) or JiW pound sterling now, If there were only four or live in the world, wuull fetch taf.OOU or 30,000 pound sterling what you will." "Hut the diamond and the picture remain, while tlw opera is only a tloeUug Joy." "And m U the voice of the singer, w ho can not go on singing in her dotago as a inintor can paint. San doraiioouer, the working life of the artist ou canvas is fully twicoaslong a that of tho !nwr, whor voice or general health may break down at any moment, and who is oxpowxl to risks in hurrying from one engagement to nuothor, from which the painter is entire! froo. A forme, I lead a triangular life butwoen London, 1'nrlt and the Unltwl Strttos. All receive liu charmingly, nnd tho Amorlcaiit always seem dolfgiitod to see me ;alii. Hut the life of n singer I made up of hard work, o far a I know tin caro and alxoluto conditions of achieving and sustaining n high professional reputation. Ono self-deni- lives, a It were, in n gift" case." Tho Chanced Condition or Tiling. There ha M'.ddunly sprung up a demand for Kuropeaut who understand the lau guagos of Oriental nation. Tto I'.uiau government glvet high jny t) men who have o .knowledge of the l'hiuM, l'erslan, AfghanisUu, and Sanscrit tongues. Thoy aro ueedel a) interpreters, and If they aro men of nlfalr nlto, they are wvll ku 1, and are given high .l'.!cial patltiuus. The whole of oentlul Asia It to bo oeued up to the Iblbot, which has commerce of the world. so carefully guarded it borders from foreign intruders, is negotiating through ono of it Grand Lnmnswilhnn Hngllth agent nnmd Colmau Macauly, with a view to iiHjiiing trndo relations with India. .Mr. Colquhouu, who ha traveled through tbo country, says that a railroad would now bo welcomed in tho Shan stati lxitvrxm Dur-ma- h and China, and would pay largo prollts. Uemnret's Monthli J ctr Lancaster. Hmiler fells the cheapest and best coal Mnrlha Schooler and Maggie Johnston, Ollice corner 1 and Green streets. Mr. J. B. Wnlton, of the Ccntro Col- - two dusky dame?, fell out and "fit" Satur lege prep, deparlmeat, is spending his vaca-- J day evening which reculled in Mh?a Schtoler being put in the chooler for a term of etx. (ion with relatives in Virginia. Two garner of baso bill were played teen days. Mies Johnston's trial comes up last week between the "'Louisvilies" and in the police court Monday morning. The Lavlnia Shannon Combination ap "Dintilles." The game Friday ended in a victory for the Danville player as did nlao pear at the City Hall Thursday, Friday the game played Stlurday. Score of 1st and Saturday evenings next and at a matinee Saturday afternoon, rendering "Little game 23 to 10, tecond game 7 to 4. "The Octoroon" and "Jane A tall, film Hebrew, about twenty five Buefoot," years old, cime to Danville last Saturdnj, Ere." Miss Shannon has appeared before pretending to bean optician. He intimat- a Lancaster audience in the pan and will ed nn intenlim of embirting in business doubtless draw large audiences. -- While returning from the picnic at evening here, but slipped oil Thur-dt- y leaving hi ltndhdr, Mrs E Iv Akin, with Dripping Spring'Siturday night Mr. Will White ws the vicim of a ludicrous accisn unpaid board bill M!m Belle Turner, of this county, took dent which but for hit presencs of min I Morphine with suicidtl intent Frld.y might hare terminated fatally. It vas evening and died Siturday evening Dc very dark and as Mr. W was not well acceased was about lr years old. She was a quainted with the road he ran into a hole litter of Dr. W. N Turner, late of the of water which started the horse to ewim-min- g and the buggy io iloating. Lexington Lunitic Asylum Medical Staff. Mr. The funeral occurred at Perryville Sunday White leaped out and paddled to the chore morning. where he was oon joined by his turnout A Mr. Demaree, from Louisrllle, made minus the buggy cushion which had floated a (emperacct(?) rpecch at the Courthouse away with the tide. Friday night in which he took very ad But little attention was paid the glortcced grcunds. He said the distillery rious fourth at this place, all the business on houses, with the exception of the banks, remust go, the wine cellar mutt go, the mutt gn, in fact everything save what maining open all day. The Dinl. Booce Mr. Demaree and his fellow fanatics think Club held their annual meeting at Tim Spring and Mr. Jno. Woodcock, ought to remain mutt go, Ojeof the latter Mr. Demaree opines is a temperance pa the president for four years past, was sue per ($'2 per year, weekly in advance) which ceeded by Mr. Jno, Duncan, who beat him he recommended the audience to tubcribe at rifle shooting. The only cause that can for Mr. D. and his fellow fanatics Beemed be attributed to Mr. Woodcock' failing to to be apprehensive that same dealer would again win in the shooting contest and capforce them to drink a mint julip apiece, ture the presidency of the club, is that but up to the present writing your corres- Scott Buchanan, the chief cook for the ocpondent has not heard of the daring out- casion, wts singing "Hot Corn" in a manrage being committed. ner that led Mr. W. to believe that "Hap Col C K. Bowman is here receiving py Joe" was lurking in the vicinity with the congratulations of his friends over his hie banjo and a fresh joke on him. Miss M&ttie Spangler, of Covington, it recent appointment. Mr. William Harris, of Lancaster has temporary charge of the the guest of Sirs. Robt. R. West. Mr. and telegraph cilice here during the absence of Mm. 0 Hunter Irvine, of Louisville, the resident manager. Messrt. Joe M ore, are visiting rhtvet here. Mn. J. S. Djwnton, R 8. .Nichols, E. Fiaic Roe Young and family, of Louisville, are with Mrs. W. G. Anderson. Miss Juliet and H. G Htndifer were a party who days last week fiibing at Smith's Gill returned Tnurjday from Cincinnati , c..ra,,,rIani, .:.,, gb , Mr. W. where she had gone to finish her musical II. Wiizgenner, of Frankfort, a former education at the conservatory of music. cit'ztn of Dinville, is here among old Mim Gill was oflercd a situation in the friends. Mr. J.S. Linney, late potmater, conservatory which was quite complimenhaving settled up bit buine sfl'sirs here, tary to her musical abilities aud which she lift thi I.Monday) morning for hi new will likely accept. Mr. Sitn M. Anderson, home near Ojeolt, M., where his family of Louisville, is visiting his parents near Misses Rose Turney and Emm hss been for several weeks He leaves the town hnmeof hi voitlh and of maturer vears Bogge, of Richmond, are guests of Miss ith the cood wishes of our people gener- Nellie Gallagher, at Mrs. Wm. Watt's near ally. True to his c ivictiin. honet and town Jumbo Metcalf, of Nicholasville, honorable in f II thini", he his sfaiwn hlm-s-- If wain the rity Sunday MUs Mary Dalton, daughter of Mr. Philip thoroughly capable of fighting well a Mty the peace and Dalton, a farmer living near this place, the hitt'e of life forever abide died Monday morning. prosperity he si well At nine o'clock last Saturday morning with him and hi. From a "Sweet Rpringt" letter to the Ssdalit, M)., DttHicrat, of the Notary Public, R Kinnaird, administered "Mrs. the otth of office to fol. Thos. S. Bronston 1st int, the following is taken: Senator Vest hv arrived at Sweet Springs and he at once began the discharge of his and will occupy her elegant cottage during duties as Collector of Internal revenue for Mima Enuia Weistztr and the eighth district of Kentucky. Everythe eeison. shape by the Tedie Snr ed, two charming society belles thing was found in tip-tofrom Dinville. Ky., are the guests cf Mrs Revenue Agent who was present at the Vest " Mrs Vest above leferred to "s a transfer, which reflects great credit on Gen. former Dinville lady, being a daughter of W. J. Landram and his fore of assistants. the late Alexander SneeJ and a sitter of We understand Col. Bionston will retain Gen. A. II Sneed, deceased. all the employes who were under the Genl. A llcmurkublo Class ol liiiemh as well as that gentleman himself for some London Truth. time to come. The removal of the effice Tho police of St, 1'eter.burg bavo beon for to Richmcnd, Col. Bronaton's home, will (mzaled by tho conduct of a torn.) time chut of thiores, who committed likely take place in a week or ten days. robbery not only In tho opou day, but, Col. Bronston has hasn beiegsl by hungry They werj moreover, with ostentation. ofliee kert uce hit nrrivl here, but he Kiniu, and were all young men. '..'hen arirt-iitnem ail with marked cordiality and rested, they calmly pleadod guilty, anl wore sentenced for termt vnryiug from ono doe'n't neeui in ihe least to be worried by t j three mouths. At the expiration of tho them Keiitencu they promptly disappeared. It THAT HACKINii COUtili mu bo si quickly turned out that ttioy had returned to tholr curod 1)7 Bhlloli's Cure. We guarantee it. For own couutry, and had there resumod tholr sale by I'eiiny A McAlliter. several avocations without lovt of hocial position. Tho law- - in Finland forbids the I ITU cured in SO minutes by WolforJ's Sanienrollment in the army of any persons who tary LoUim. This ncrtr falls. Sold by reuuy have undergone Imprisoumaut for civil A McAlliter, Druggists, Mauford; aho hy M. C. olTeutos no these enterprising Finns had A D. N. Williams, Ml. Vernon. sought imprlsoumont in order to What Will Surely Do it. avoid conscription. S pa-lotifteen-year-ole, j IBISIENSE SIOOK OF- - WAI& Tl U.M.I I ED AD- - READY FOR THE WAIEI - AT - M'ROBEETS H. -- & STAGGTS. ALL PRIOEN AM) STYLES. C. RUPLEY! - I hare rccelrcd and still receiving- NEW GOODS SPRING & SUMMER Comprlilng the best In the market, which will be Gotton Up in Stylo and Moko Second to Nono in City or Countar- T- Glro Mc n Trial. H- - O. B,Tjr?J3'Y. .jnsro. JVC. PHILIPS STANFORD, KY., MasonhoimeEestanrant FDIB INSURANCE. -- OrpostTB ConaT-Hocs- K DANVILLE, Meals KENTUCKY. art terredtt all hours. Game always on most Prompt-Payin- g tho Best hand and In Its season, oysters fresh flsh, and sim- Represents hts ratesand very Ion Give Cbbs panlei are sat' ilar delicacies served In all styles and on short can, ami J.MJ notice. Iook out for the sign "Woodbine Restaurant" ami call when you are hungry. Jb CO.. F. Tr. JIASOXIIEIJlEttDanville, Ky. f, IMU.I. FOR SALE, PRIVATELY. DWELLING AND STORE--, house combined. Best builnrsi location In tha place. A bargain csn be bad by addressing or apply log at once to CHItMSTEIlSOXj McKlcuey, Ey. A DESIRABLE lAi V W rar9ilnHl2i t f Bfejgafir Wntis' ITK1I.TTI lllllUllllllS""WJ"t t - T.J. -- INCOHFORATION NOTICE OF THE- - An, mi. KY; HEAT PENDER CO Know all men by these presents that we, the, undersigned, John W. Holmes, Henry Fuller, B. S. Hlte, L. M. Lasley, P.. U. Bronaugb, James Rico and M. J. Harris have associated ourselves together for the purpose of farming a corporation. under the provisions of Chap. Sfj of the General j Statutes of the state of Kentucky, entitled Incorporated Companies, Tbrnanieot tha corporation shall be The Kentucky Heat Fender Co., and Its principal place of business shall be in Crab Orch ard, Lincoln county, Ky , and tbe general nature cf the business to he transacted by said corporation is to manufacture and vend B. S. Hite's Patent Heat Fender Fruit and Clothes Dryer. No. or Letters Pateat. '.'00,917. Patented August 13, 1373. Theamo ntol capital stoulc authorized to be Issued in the came of tho corporation shall be now sixty thoussnd dollars. (J30.W0) divided Into sharesof one hundred dollars each. When thirty-hundred dollsrsof the stock shall have beeu subscribed and fully paid up. the remaining fifty-sithousand, one hundred dollars of tbe capital stock shall be Itiued at such .time ns the ' Board of Directors of said corporation may authorial by unauiuious vote at never less than one hundred dollars per ahare. The said corporation. Is to commence business June 25,1555, and to continue in bmlnesa for the period of twenty-fiv- e years, unless sooner dissolved by a vote of tbe ma- Jorlty ot tbe fully paid up capital stock, Tha affairs of ssld corporation shall bo conducted and managed by a Board ot Directors composid of five, and said Board of Directors shall be elected by stockholders annually on the first Monday In March or each year, and until the first regular election of said Board of Directors, M. J. Harris, . R. H. Bronaugb, Henry Fuller, John W. Holmes and L. M. Lasley shall constitute and compose the Board of Directors of said corporation. Tbooliiceis of said coiporatloa shall be a President, who shall act as manager, and a Secretary and Treasurer, and said otScers ol said corporation shall bo elected annually on tbe first Monday in March ol each year by tbe Board of Directors, and to hold their respective offices until their successors are elected and qualified; and until the first regular election ss said officers and until tbe persons elected shall haveipasltned, K. H Bronaugh shall hold the olll-of Prmldcnt anl Manager. M J. Harris shall hold the orh of Secretsry and John W. Holmesshall hnld theoSlceof Treasurer of said corporation. Tha highest ami nit of Indebtedness to which s d corporation shall at anr tlmo subject itself shall p im thousiid fol'ars, and no Indebted" lnll h Incurred exiep by 'be unantmius vole et tnu Board of Dlrtc ois The private propsny ot the stockholders shall be ex eupt irom a'l corporate debts nnd liabilities In testimony wlnreof we herei'nlo subscribe o ir uauuii, this the ISth diy of June, l"5. I.. M. l.AHLhY, It II. llROMAlOlI I nine x . e Luns. TOJIC DTSFEPST Miwxa, u pure, Clean, wnoiesome nnn l lit- - or Headache, Fever, Asuo, Chills, rr c. nnui a --icrt --sKiiirj-f An VneqaaJea lavisvrAnt, Cure ., 9 I A DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. TORPID.. LIVER, and NlghtB jwonts, nervous beiual Decline castriess, MnTariai la.anne.a. Ji.oo p. r hit, C for S3.C0, nt Drnzgista. U, S. ells, Jcreey City, N. J., U. 8. A. iB?Fgsmmmmmammmmmm N Nti-- n to take, trua merit, unenualed for fjgUgyKSi Buchu-Paib- a I ncmarkahle Cures of Catarrh of tbe Bladder, Intlammatlon, Irritation of Kidneys anl Bladder. Stono or Gravel DU Dropsical eases of the Prostate Gland, Sncllluirs, Female Diseases, Incontinence of Urine, all Diseases of tho Genitourinary Organs in cither sex. For or Unnatural Hlsehareea nse alio "Chapln's Injection Fl6ur,"cach.$l. ror mi'iiii.is, eitner comracicu ortaint, use Chapln'a Coastltulir hen-dltar- Cliapln's SyphUitlc Pills, 5J.0O; and Cna-pin'tf Byphllltlo Salve, ?1.00. 0 botUea ylp. 2 of Pills, 1 Solve, by Express on receipt of 810.00, or at DruzgltH. F ft. Wells. Jersey Cltv. N. J.. V. B. A. O Ms ut en lh lead t tL a .1 at clus . , 1 1 hit wtm rei e s u.uciul satuift- 't , ; 'HY hros.. Vttn, H WrJeolty tbs G h is ii tk e Utot ut 1 ar 1 iww t an i u- tii I calling MU iiic, ( L, I lum. A. SMITH. Tn rks Sc UniUuiJ. Urlimmta, 1,. caiioix, . John W Holxks, Javt.sP.iih, B. S HlTK, IlKSBV Fl'LBEK M. J. HRRtS tctt'EIG Kfc'c From evory quartor of Asia oomo reiwrts of awakened enterprise, of tho formation of nowtrndoiolatlous, and projects looking to tho building of railroads and telegraph that though populous but heretofore back want continent. The mot astonishing phenomena Is the f)ctuclo of ou this planet renewod life lu thmo Asiatic imputations, n great part of which U dlroctly traceable to tho iuiluonco of ltusslau conquest south of Oen. Custer's I'et. tho Caspian sea. War is nn evil in itsolf, IMra. Cutr'rt IteinlnUcenees.l tho mean At ono time Oen. Custer tamid a tiny but It it often renewing tho of spreading llfo of backcivilization and floldmouso and kept it iti a largo, ompty Inkstand on his dojlc. It grow very fond of ward and decaying communities. him, and ran ovor hit bond and shouldors "Kmperor of Central Asia." and even through bl hair, I had, fortunChicago Herald. ately, only to keep nwny from tho doik Tliero it a rumor that tho ompororof Ruswhon tho Httlo cioaturo wai froo, for It wat contented to consul cr that hi domain. Tbo sia will proceed to Simnrcand tomo tlmo general, thinking at lost that It was cruol to within tho uoxt year or two, aid thoro, in tho ancient palace of Tlmour Lung, bo dotaiu tho Httlo thing indoor, whon it by nnturo to tho Holds, tool: it out crow nod "emperor of Central AIa," or with and loft it on tho plain. Tho kindness was some such title. Litters Just received at prh-onBerlin from St, roter.burg fully confirm of no earthly uoj like tho of tho Hostile, It wa back again at tho this statemont, A report Is generally circucapital tep In no tlmo uud prefer red captivity to lated nnd credited in tho Hu-tl- an that the czar proposes to add to Ms many freedom. titles that of "King of tho Central Asiatic Mirt Mothered Illin. Btate." IWull Street New.l Said In n Clothing .Store, Tat," ho callol to tl3 min who was Tlw Judge.) down at tho far end of tho dump-sco"Tho matter it that tho rotten thing is "why don't you brlua' your father full of moths, you miserable over from Ireland!" ' 'Mots,' do you say," Indignantly Inter"Can't ndord It, your honor." "Hut tbo steamship and rallroadi aro rupted tho dealer. "Mots! Vat do youegs-pec- t t. vind in a soveii tollur ovcrgoatf now carrying passongert for nothing, and Humming ptrdsl' throwing In a TurkUU bnth as premium." "True, tlr, n mo old woman was saying l'ollto llli;fiwayiiiaii, from tho old last night; but tho ttago-far- e Fronchmou aro nothing it not ixsllto. mnu'4 homo to tho nearest port is n mattor of 13 couU, uud that's what bother mo aul Whou n hlghwnymin in I'nrlt snatclios a lady! pocJio'oooJjJioilrstklstoslAjr. koopj hiiu out of this bloisod country." mor-chunol d lov-oll- One's hair begins to fall out from many causes. The Important quettlon is, what is sure to make INorrUtouu HeralJ.l it grow In aalr..' According to tho testimony of In a poom callol "Tho Organist," we aro thousands, Parker's Hair Haljam will do it. It Informed that "lie sits him down at twilight quickly corera bald spats, restores tho original colhour, Hoforo tho Ivory keys, Aud lots his or when the hair Isgray or faded, eradicates dand-- r fingers wonder o'er, Tbo clavier as thoy ti IT and came tho scalp to feel cool and well. It Though dork and still the Is not de, not greaiy, highly p'f'"ucdi please. mntttv church. All anel lilts o'orhead. disappoints tlioso vho require a nice, reliaAnd, insing near with drooping wings, He ble drcstlng. A (lood AukcI. E Only Lino via uhiu n . WASHINGTON, Baltimore, Philadelphia York City, vwrn Tuaotou Only Lino vi- tafe-Ker- and lYew wmrrjm m4SmSjSf I I ks . C . Ww. leavot the player doad." That angel should not woary in his good work. Sjimtlmas whon a man is clawing tho ivory keys tho neighbors want to hurl a brick nt him, but they would bo satisfied if an angol would hover over him and lor.vo him doad. The angel should also hover over tho amattiur tho cornetist, tho accordion fiend, nnd other musical aggravation. (lute-playe- r, Tired and Languid Women. How many women thero arcof whom these words aro true; "They feel languid and tired, hardly aMcto hear their weight on their fVet, the bloom all gone from tholr chetks, Irritable and cross without meaning to he, nerves all upset, worried Pullman Cars. a- H , IMcIiiiioml, Old Point Conirort (HvKCia Hotel) ami Xon'iiort News, In connection with -- rrcullnrltlcs of tho reimics. Chicago Herald. Tbo tint coin ever issued in this country was tho cart wheel cent. The first issuo was in 1703, und thoro woro thiw dies made. With tho tdnglo cxcoptlon of tho year 1S15, thero ha boon no break In tho Usuo of cents from that tlmo to tao present It was in 17W that tho Liborty cap was changed to tho illlot head, aud those woro issuod regularly for thirteen years, whon tho Ooddos of Liberty appeared on tho coin, with thirteen stars surrounding it. A ceut of tbo issuo of 1700, in good condition, it worth fclO or WO. with the children, (retted oer little things, i burden to theui vivos and yet with no acute What a pity it Is. Out a few hottlesot Parker'sTonlc will drive alt thisaway and relieve the trouble peculiar to their tax. Old DomlshnStoamihipi to And Merchants nnd Miners Steamship Line to r:BW -- CORDIAL 5TOK,lc,iFor reraslf , "lltDHp' r f'-- a ririFsrQRT Is lkHMtlHt- tCrmtColU A urlDtI)Urrh(ra.Ientrrr, on saea ' - All J I ST AS GOOD. fi'.u.y unscrupulous dealers may tell )ou the hove remedies for Coughs nnd ColJs csiml in turrit and in eurj respect Jut as good as the old nli.iLIe Dr. llooituko Couch and I.ung S)rup, milwu joil lnsltt upon this remedy nnd will tal, no othsr, you are liaUa to ho grootly lerehed. Triers, U cents aui I CO. Sold by Mellolwrtt A Stagy. BOSTON. Through Trains frcin Winchester, Ky to Dr. IlUzerV Iluckleberrr CorJIal the BOWELS. KANAWHA PALLS, WHITE SULFHUIt SPIIINQS And other Fnmcus Miglnla Sprltgi aud Pleasure llesorts Hunting, Fishing, Bathing snd all kinds of recreation for the tourist, lna id or sportsman This line runs through the Alleghany Moun. tains, on tbe bauksot beautiful rlvrrsaud terminates 01 sufftrUt :i bowel aSsetloni, sal reiwrloi tha Mils of viiraiM. i"o I s T ilrtlsttl nioa ta sjsi m ot 30 ttnUa bottle. nolo by all drusstito of Ssvrrt finisann.l .Bl,ll,ln will cure uuuki-.- y.vuw m. Sc. nud jl abottle. lUiuptluii. Both for sale by lr. l 5uua.ir, oumiucii. The lllrdt of Loiilslunii. Chicago Horald Tho birds of Louisiana, papers of that state say, will soon bo exterminated. The colored ixjoplo thero not only inako birds nn article of food, but bavo begun to uso tholr eggs for tho samo purpose. Tho eggs of partridges, robins, wrens, mocking birds, aud all others that thoy can get tholr bauds ou, aro oatou. Thoro aro said to bo about 1,000 bicycloj in constant uw iu Washington. CCUK KOK i'li. t, sttm ut wr'h are frequently preell In tho bark, loins nnd loucr part of the ntMoiiiui, canting tlie patient to suppose he ha some or i.eljliUirIn organ. At tlnu-s-, ol tli3 UJm-yIndlgntluii mo pir'iit,ni flatulent), s)mptomsof uii"aliis of tho ttt'iuarli, etc. A moUture, HUe , lrplr.itlon, proiliiciiifn ery OUagrocjbU) iUhliif-ft - ctthu warm, i a my common nttemlaut. lUiii'l, lilwillBtcnnd Itching application of Dr. btMinl.u's I'll Keustly, which aits upon the parti afCsetrJ, absorbing the Tumors, nlla lag the Intense ltehlu(nnd arfectlnara permawnt cure, l'rlfo 00 rests. AdJrsi the Pr. Dosanl.0 Medicine Co., Hqua.Ohlr SolllyMcneh. fitugs- ert I'lle s THE SE.l atop-ove- S1IOISJG. l'tlesyU-Matornvtotl- orauartss s Observation Cars on Day Trains Kegular r tickets good for and all can be combined without extra expense, Kor full , rates at Hotels, anai)sls of M Pullman Sleeping Car space, llckets, Ac., tall on irtt-clusdldcal-'-prfngi- , Did you Sup- - W. U. MeUOBr.RTd, illu-ctl- O, W. SMITH, Ticket Agent, Stanford, Ky. W. II. WHITTLESEY, Trar. Passenger Agt. pose Mustang Liniment un.y good It is for inflammafor horscij? ucn'i I'asa'r g'i. oiacazer, Blchmond. Tlrclnla. D. U. EDWABUS, Ucn'l Western Passenger Agent. Cincinnati, 0. ueui II, W. 1'IILI.KU, Loulirllle, Ky. tion of all fleh. were devoured by wild betels; gladiators Tom Mountioy killed John Epperson fought and 87,000 peoplejlooked from tier at a picnio in Bath county. and bilcony upon the dreadful scenes enof Hecbmer, defaulting Telia of His Visit to the Leaning Tower acted right where our feet were standing! been July 7, 1885 the Catholic Knights of America, has of Pisa and tho Oollistemn at Borne. Bfcufbrd, Ky The uncovered cells and cer; the very arrested and is now in jail at Lebanon. grooves of the elevators that lifted the rag been Judge Jackson, of Letcher, hai ing beasts to a level with the arena, where AI.WAIN PRAISINU THE LORD. commissioned to hold court in Letcher W. P. WALTON. they were to do their dreadful work, are county, Judge Finley having refused to "PiiosrEcr Point," Landouk, N. India, 1 still to be identified in ruin, but unmistakado so. May 23d, 1885. bly. Promising ounelves another visit to It is said that the recent reduction in DEAn Ab will be seen by s report of the proiNiEiuon. Continuing the contiinspect by moonlight we next went to the ceeding of the Mass Convention, there will postage will increase the expenditures of nental tour I find the following in my dia- Ira no democratic opposition to Mr. F. F. the department over receipts six millions church ol St. John, of LMeran, which rj: gets its name from the ancient family out Babbitt, independent candidate for the Leg' of dollars. We left Genoa in time to enjoy tbe run Some carrier pigeons had a race from of whose estate an old Emperor gave a filature, and the indications are that his along the coast for a couple of houis before huge slice to the then Pope for pious uses, cherished hope of 14 years is near fruition. Atlanta to Baltimore, 585 miles. A blue the sun went down. The rain ceased as whereupon he built a church to St. John We haie never seen a more enthusiastic cock belonging to Elias Kiley won in 35 we drew out of the station, and then we benomination than the one unanimously ten hours and 7 minntes. the Baptist, and built himself a palace to gan to enjoy, for the first time, Italian Two negro men and one woman are dwell in, There among other wonders of deredMr.J. E Lynn, but he had fully landscape, Nothing can be more picturart we saw Bernini's master piece in sculpmade up his mind not to run and entreaties to be hun,;in Louisville for the murder of esque than the villa dotted hills to the south ture, the marble figure of "Piety." worth were unavailing. Under the circumstances the wife of the late Associate Justice of of Genoa. Oranges, figs, vines and olives a long journey to see. The purest thing in think he ought to have yielded and made the Supreme Court, Judge Cole. ire crowd the fertile slopes with their varied The sum of $15,000 has been approstone lever saw oi expect to see. the race, but be knows his business best, Cirara beauty of fruit, flower and foliage, while has no whiter gift in its famous quarries, and we recognize his right to act as be 'aw priated by the government for the purpose tbe charming residences fairly flash out fit in the matter. After his declination it of cleaning out the channel in the Kentucky and there will perhaps never be a hand from their lovely embowerments in a most Jtcemed tb.V no man who could win would River between Beattyville and the High that will hold the chisel more skillfully enchanting way. We begrudged the scant make the race, and the Convention, appre- Bridge. than Bernini's. The Kentucky militia in the encamp- daylight that revealed all this beauty to From this, but not far away, we went to ciating the fact adjourned without making delighted eyes. The waves of the blue a nomination. We do not admit that a ment at Philadelphia are being severely our the Scala Sinta, where Luther sw the dashed against the black, good man could not have beaten Mr. Bob-bi- tt, criticized for towing a lewd woman in a Mediterranean light as he went up the sacred staircase on coast below us to the right; the d firmly convinced that blanket in a most merciless and shameful in fact we are his knees. It is a simple, broad flight of scene of enchantment to our left, being all most any acceptable man could, but the manner. marble step;, -- S in number, brought from The Chicago street car drivers are on the brighter for this rugged foil to its Jerusalem to Rome by the good Empress Jateness of the canvass prevented such from Beginning with July 1, 1885, we announce our third Visaing to enter the race. It is a deplora- a strike and refuse to allow other men to beauty. Helena, A. D. 320 Their sanctity lies in At midnight we ran into Pisa. Here we ble stale of affairs in this good democratic take their places. An effort to start the the supposition that they are the steps year's business in Stanford- Our trade has beon far beadventure. The train for which county that an indepenpent should be giv- cars caused a riot and several men weie had a little from Pilate's palace, upon which the sacred we had to wait the Roman express was killed and wounded, en iho track without opposition and we feet of the world's redeemer once stood. yond our expectations; a gradual increase month after C. T. Denny, one of Geo. D. Prentice's not due for an hour or more, and as the think a nomination should have been mad At the top of the flight is an iron grating a clear sky, stall hazirds. We shall of course take amanuenses, died in an insane asylum the moon was shining brightly in famous lean- through which can be seen the now inaccef-sibl- e month, We this opportunity of thanking you for other day. The same fate befell another we concluded to walk to the no hand in the fight, save to urge upon deminterior of the Sancta Sanctorum moonyiew it by witching in our various ocrats not to make any alliances that they two years ago and a third is yet lingering ing tower and chapel, formerly the private oratory of the your very liberal patronage and assure light. The Btreets were sloppy from recent in an Anchorage asylum. may hereafter regret. Popes. Two dtyotees were going up on Of the S95i miles of track laid in the rains and five francs would have procured Best Goods for the Least only posture allowable in branches our motto shall be Owrw Keller, of Caldwell, 0., nu United States during the six months ended vehicles for us all. But we had a spasmod- their knees; (the gacred stairway) one a wocertified by the Civil Service Commission June 30th, but 17 miles were laid in Ken- ic return of the economical fit that had al- ascending the Money." Again thanking you for favors, we hope to see man, nearly at the top, tbe other a man for appointment to a clerkship in the First tucky. In Tennessee 10 miles were con- ready cost us dearly in Paris (this being but half through his painful, all of old customers and many new ones in the coming Acditor'ii office, but was rejected by Audi- structed and in Indiana 7 miles. the first and last in Italy, I am happy to The worshipers get fearful task. tor Cbcnowith on the ground that he was a The best opinion of Washington is say) so we concluded to take a guide and position, so year. Respectfully, "Rspublican and was distasteful to Congress-isa- n agreed that applicants for office had better walk. I am persuaded, in reviewing tbe cramfs from tbe constrained long observed in the prayerful and proWarner and other democrats of his remain at home. The President does not events of the night, that our guide was in neighborhood. The fact being brought to take kindly to men who hang around the league with the hotel keeper, next the sta- tracted ascent. The woman looked quite happy when she reached the top and knelt tbo attention of Secretary Manning, he departments asking for appointments. tion, to make us lose our train and stay all at the gilded iron grating to say her closing promptly ordered that Keller be given the Melissa Steepleton, a school teacher, night. But he failed in this, for after prayers, before the shrine at tbe apex. It appointment, saying that his department destroyed her life at Gibson, 111 , because us and taking us round about shall be run according to the Civil Service Edward Southerland to whom she was en- routes, he at last showed us the top of the was a glimpse of brace through the cold law. This law was entirely ignored under gaged, refused to marry her. On hearing tower, from the marble bridge that spans Iron bars, but I am not willing to believe republican rule, when a democrat stood no of the tragedy Southerland shot the top of the Arno, when we had but 30 minutes left the happy look upon her upturned face was wholly a dllusion. more show of office than a bobtail ball his head off. until train time. We made a gallant dash Descending the side stairs which unhaldoee in tly time. It is good enough in the n to reaoh it, but finding we should Miss Bessie Martin, of Kentucky, inevitalowed feet may tread with impunity, we abstract and being a democratic measure to the visitors of Crab Orchard bly miss the express, we, in desperation should be enforced, but it seems the irony Springs, where she spent several seasons, abandoned our guide gesticulating and left the interesting spot and next visited of fate that the republicans are to become was married last week in New York to D. beckoning in advance turned our faces the great church of Santa Maria Maggicre , tbe beneficiaries of it, when the reverse was H. Djw. It was thought for a long time toward the station and scuttled back in (or "the great" Latin Majora the Italian g's are all soft) where marble and gold and the intention of its passage. that she would become Mrs. A. M. Swope. haste. Landing breathless, heated, disap- porphyry have outdone themselves to furcollector .KODineon announces tnat no pointed, yet in time for our train, we nish fitting ornaments for the gorgeous inMalcomb Hay, Postmaster General, has resigned and his position has been accepted one employed in that internal revenue dis- unanimously decided that economy was a terior. This is the largest of the SO church-e- i by A. E Stevenson, of Bloomington, 111. trict will he retained in office who fails to good thing in its way, but fearfully out of in Rome dedicated to the worrhip of tbe He it a graduate of Centre College, Din-Ttl- ie; pay board bills or other necessary family place under such circumstances as cost us Virgin Mother, and one of the most an has served in Congress and is said to expenses. Reliable information of a viola- the "view of the leaning tower of Pisa by cient in Christendom. It covers the crest of a hilly eminence and the site is most b a very .able man. Mr. Hay has been in tion of this order will cause the immediate moonlight." We were disgusted with for all were to blame and no one commanding. It is one of the 6 "Patriwretched health ever since his appointment revocation of their appointment. churches, presided over br the could say to another, "I told you so." Tne archal" From the and for n portion of his time unable to atpope. pored of this, on August RELIGIOUS. worst of it was I gave the guide a double 12, as from St. John of LMeran, ou "Astend to his duties That he is an honest There f re 13.CS3 Jews in the U. 8. "tip" for his trouble two francs for it cension Day" the "Holy Father" was wont man ii shown in the fact that he declined was only on after consideration and discus- to pronounce his blesunz upon the people to take pay for the time he had lost and re- and 2CJ Synagogues. in the old times of papal ascendency gone turned his voucher to the Treasury. The Christian Slate Sunday-Schoo- l sion we voted him an unmitigated scamp, forever, t ns trust Convention will meet at Georgetown Au- and all his zeal in our service a made up (Out I will call a halt until mv next Johnson thinks suckers on corn Polk gust 6. thing, to keep us on the wrong road until here.) Ever in Jesus, Geo. O. Barnes. ought to be caught in a seine. Well, Xhe total church membership In this train time. But this was merely a passing Polk's ignorance is excusable. He haw country, as reported by the various organiMISTAKES OF DRUG CLERKS. ripple. We soon shook off "dull care," for eeneo many suckers in the Legislature sations, is 17,176,043, of whom 0,832,954 every moment, now, we were nearing the now Most of Tlu-iArts MiicIp Work In who ought to be in an asylum for the in- are Roman Catholics. goal of our longings. n I'lnt-Clu- u Drue Mom. sane that he has got the two words conRemember that on Wednesday and Rome, Feb. 21, '85. We reached the Chicago New t founded. No Folk, you don't catch corn Thursday nights Eid. J. W. McGarvey will For Coal or Wood, So long as rilseaso prevail! tbo public aru Imperial City (Eternal City is too utterly a suckers in a seine, but you can catch in- deliver his lectures on Palestine at the at tbo mercy of carelew clerks, and nothing mockery to perpetuate) at 8 o'clock this This lUngs . t.itra ilrnj oJ it can provo moro agonizing to a patient who sane suckers in the Legislature. Turnersyille Christian Church. Our brother Newbery had meoti death in tbis form, or to tbe family uuiltof tbe tery tet Juniata (. n morning. I The Rush Branch church has secured written us in London, advising us to go to ami friends who, on too vary ove of tho con- with Iron.Ire Ilai rait top and Iroct, Wrought Iron IWJy aril lint Warwln Tnz much talked of book by Miss Betsy the services of E.d. J. Q Montgomery and 14 Via Barberini, to the house of Sonora valescence of a patient, nro forced to stand Otmi length of (iTrn xtenl uodf r Junto. Automatic by and soo their relative or friend tuatcboJ entire Cleveland, the Mistress of the White he will preach there next Saturday afterOren Shelf. Sectional Fire Lining, Cdinarano. Found tbe house deeerled, but from tbem tbrough the fault of another. and Cut Centeri. NlckeJ same plate, House, is announced to appear today. It noon and Sunday mornirg, and regularly the old portiere fished up, out of a dusty knoln anil bingo pin., AJju. tattle "Are ilrugIUs mlUakoj of frequent will not contain a portrait of the author thereafter on the second Sundays in each closet in the wall, a card with the magic a physician was atkol by n re- idle ihelf an J all moJrrn liaprore-uienl- i. owifig to her objection, which was caused month. Can be arranged with Heater for words "Newbery Hotel de Alamagne" porter. tbey are not nearly so "No; frequent as hot anil ci I J water. The High Bridge Camp Meeting Co., no doubt by her conviction that her face was a joyful intima-tiowritten upon it. This Water IVoi or Heater extra. ono not In tho profession wouli suppose" wohU not add to the sale of the book. She evidently think they have a trump card in "Are there no means by which thoy could that our friend was in the city and is said to be very homely and unlike most the Rev. Sam Jones and they are advertiswaiting for us an unexpected and delight- bo made prevcntableP "I don't know what could bo dono moro ing him for all he is worth. The circus beH. HIGGINS ugly women, is fully aware of it. ful announcement. The hotel too wae the than has been. You see, it is human to err. gins July 16 and ends August 2 The handsome German at Genoa Take tbe most careful man in existence, I SPECIAL AGENT, The navv of the United Slates, which is Rev. Sam is to be there the last six days. very one our had recommended for cheapness and com care not what buines he i in, and he will practical I r only one in name, has cost since - KcnlueWy. slip up some time. How z afewa aaaST who Mr. C. R. Girdner, of Paintsville, fort combined. We were soon there aod are thoroughly conversantofton do mantrade Siitiiforili tbs republicans difcovered that the easiest with their Johnson county, has sent us a photograph our dear friend by his cheery welcome or profcwIon mako way to raise campaign funds was to let out mistakes t A man gets the building of Bhips to contractors at three of the Barnes family taken when Mr. speedily made us feel as perfectly at home proflciont in bit business, and this very pro flciency makes htm times the value, $101,758,876 The contrac- Birnes was evangelizing in the mountains in Rome as if we had been there a month. mechanically, and of tentlmoi go about It THE NEW GHOOEHY AND IIAICDWARE HOUSE OF tbe first thing he knows of Kentucky. The likenesses are good, How lovingly the dear LORD has ordered he tors were strict puty men and give the makes a mistake. If It is a small ono or excees after atuffiog their pockets as full as but judging from the London photographs things to make our every step a joy. And in Is detected in time to prevent ssrious inUry they would hold, to a fund to bribe the of the same group all have undergone great nothing more than tbis crowning mercy of or lost tbo man grits his teeth, gives himself a mental kicking, tind is moro ctroful for change. sending our Bro. Newbery to chaperone us awhile, but soon ho is back iu the old hoceat Toter. After a month's duration the meeting in the place, where, above all otheri, the "RHOOt high if you do misi the mark" at the Methodist church closed Sunday one needful thing is a good guide. "What means do druggists employ to preeema to be the motto of ex Bsaator Jonas, night, when vent tbee erroril-- ' the house was packed to its The ladies rested two hours after breakof Louisiana At one time be would not utmost. Much good has been accomplished "Every Ant-cladrug stojo is arrangod Would kl.dly aik your attention to the fact that they hate Juit returned Incu the citlet with a lain fast and then we sallied out to realizi the llko cIock work. Tho diflerout pohons aro have taken a hundred cents on the dollar and Rev. H. C. Morrison has given h'h and well (elected stock of CUOK K ourpeo-pi- e dream of a life. I never once thought of either placed in separate compartments, put or his chances for a seat in Cleveland's additional cause to hold him in esteem of being disappointed. Nor was I, high as In a peculiar style of bottle, or tho bottlos Cabinet; now he feels thankful to get the and affection. He has labored earnestly every anticipation soared. I will defy any which contain them havoanoJd label, some thing which will Oollectorship at New Orleans. The latter and we are glad to eye tho say most effectively. one with a soul larger than the point of a tho momsnt he attract thoThen, ofagain,clerk In codicil Ttrlety, dainty In quality and latl.factory to prlrtnj tbli wo guarantee. Our aim shall b uses it. tho is a big thing, however, if not so honorable The additions to the church at all times to supply erery want In our line, number 16, cambric needle to be disappointed in Rome. clerk who puts up an order for a mediclno of s the former. that character is under special instructions while eeveral who professed religion will It mattered little where we went first. 10 register it in a book kept for the purposo. MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. join other churches. Newbery decided the point and from the What other means can bo gotten up to Conilila of tbe Standard IlranJ.ot Euro and America. Our large line of Cooking More. Include n mistake creeping in I don't know LAND. STOCK AND CROP Judge Lambsrt Tree, of Illinois, has moment of our arrival, feeling perfect contbe Justly celebrated "Great Weitcrn Hficrit" and Many other family lirorltes. Our China, Olaaa "Do not many errors nriM from tho miser- and Qucoiiwirc stock copilita In part of Tabic, Tea and Chamber &la complete, (llauwnre richly cat fidence in our guide, we put all into his been appointed to the Belgian Mission. A colt was born recently in Indiana able chirography of physicians)'' andctched. In the way of tircaditufli we nauieiliickwheat Flour, tho queen ol all trlUti, Our celeMrs. Du lley, who attempted to kill which weighed bands. All we had to do was to follow, "JJo, for tbo slmplo reason that If a drug-gi12 pounds only. It was brated Fatent '(!. M." Flour, urlvalleil lor rake and paitry, while Itlce und Ilou.lEy.oiir own patrican't make out what a physician moans otic products, arrayed as faithful adjuncts. All thedellcadtaln Foreign and Domestic Conftlons listen and enjoy. We did all these, and Rosso, hai been sent to an insane asylum. perfectly formed and is doing well. the reward of perfect trust was ours. Dear ho will quietly tond word to tho writer of tho aro here. Tin, Stone, Wooden and Willowvrarr, Electric Lamps, htatloncry. Ginned Meats and Fralta Bnow fell in Tazwell county, Va , WedContinuous cold rains have prevailed proscription for instructions, telling tho cusnesday, and at night ice formed in Wythe in Eistern Kansas and Western Missouri reader, learn the spiritual lesson underlying tomer It will tnko twonty or thirty minutes anil a complete line of Cigars and Tobaccos Well, this Is ouly a hint of what we 1itp DelleTlng that we can make it to your lutercat, we confidently aik an examination of our goods and your patronthis statement. It is all there is. of true re to put it up." county. for the past week. Grain has been damag- ltespectlully, TAhO!l llllHTlir.UH. "As a rulo, what Is tho general character age, There are 98 distilleries in Kentucky Abiolutely all. liglon. el to n serious extent. of physicians' handwriting!'1 now, making together a total of 74,048 galWe went first to the Colosseum. I shall "My brethren In tho profession will boar A large crowd attended court yesterlons per day. A mo out in sayin; that it is tho most mlsor-nbldo little in tbe way of description. day, but nobody seemed to come for busiForman, the Montgomery county murthat can bo ImaineJ. Such scrawls n thousand books hive don i til decrin ness and it was aneiceedingly dull day iu derer, who dcurved death, got only 14 tionly better far than I cm. Oaly a ran- nro sometimes sontout would tax tho ingenuthat line. Capt. Bush reports 150 cattle on ity of an uxjwrt to deciphor. Many a bolonin years in the penitentiary. there, is left for conclavo havo I witnes-w- l in drug stores No horses or dom impression here and the market with no sales. 01,571 shade trees In WashThere are me to tell in the limits of the'e brief let- over tho procription written by ono of the mules offered. ington, of 30 different varieties, and occuters. A practical hint miy bj of use to most eminent physicians of this city. Ho will Apteii the Convention adjourned yester- those who shall, after reading this, chance start a word all right, but If it is over four pying 150 milts of street. lottorj long tho conclusion DKALKKS IK run The New Zsaland government deliv- day loud calls were made for Fountaiue Fox to visit the great city and havo but a few unlntellfglbla hen tracks; will it is oir into and truo ol r-llClWi&OS-.- t - yfnt C4o4innoru ntld f& ered Maxwell, tho St. Louis trunk murder- Bobbitt, who came forward and made a days to remain. Ride all you can. Stint not many othora. Bad writing Is ns much of n i. nr s.rvjtvr Tr Zir J characteristic epeecb'.Ywhich was received your expenses in the item of cab fires or characteristic of physicians ns tho provcrbl er, to tbe Missouri officers. AptipIoq imt-' slowuosj of tailors and Bhoomakors." " ran or L'ol.jC. E Bowman has been appointed with uproarous applause. It is past find. you will regret it. You will get all and Ck'U , .nn.lo,1 . . Agricultural Statistician for Kentucky over ing out what causes the great hold he seems more than all you n?e I in the wy of ex THE ItEV. OEO. H. THAYEIt, of Itourbon. rbysltln' Inscription' atcuramjv..., "Ali- oVA. jSJWimii, iUAj RAH US'). WATCH Dr. L. II. Blanton, who was an applicant, to have upon the public at large. His vote ercise, alter the distances betweon the Ind,,says: "Holh wy self and wife owo our lire A A freight train near Fort Scott, Kiu., in the county has increased with each of "sights" have been covered br the aid of toShllnh' CoD.umptlon Curu'" For Mlo by Fen ny A McAlliter. ivai precipitated into a stream by the giving his six defeats for the office of Legislator, horae and carriage. FIIKK DISTltUIUTIO.V. when the usual result of a defeU is the an- way of a bridge and three men were kille-J- . Clocks, Bat returning to the region of history and "W.lat causes the great null at iUHoUrU A Tho Largest Stock of Watches, Kansas, in the neighborhood of Par- nipilation of a candidate. He the romance what about the Colosseum? Who itairg's Drug St' ru?" Tli frwilUlrll utmn . fni.li.plu Jewolry and Sihorwara dons, was drowned out, crop destroyed, Lord is on his ride and he is goiog to the cm describe the thrilling awe and won ler bottlca of tlr, UoMuWt Cough und I.urf ; i up, than it popnlAr remedy for Cooglw, Colda, ConitD)Hi.-- Brer bought m iut.ui.-- . , Pricesa Lower !. " Bridges washed away and all railroad travel Legislature this time without tbe shadow that overwhelm one at the sight of this tbe LMt. Wtcl.M.J"-"'nd Ilroucblth uw on the maiktt. IlfipMar timtH j of a doubt. mipended. paired on subii noiito " " stupendous ruin, where christian martyrs ont nnJ SI.W. Ski-fflBtthlBnterior3o- GEO. O. BARNES. W To Our Friends & Patrons: rock-boun- take that u "The mil-lead- ing BRIGHT CURRAN. well-know- our-elve- v 4-- THE LION WROUGHT IRON RANGE, fair-eo- lilifniiiil.i11 n W. TAYLOR BROS. HTJST,03Nr'7,XI-.31-E3- , FAMILY GROCERIES OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY & pro-ve- nt lt Vmrnfm BFJIIiglM PHARMACISTS, - rn " zzy tnl Jt t& jin JEWELERS. tin-bn - Stmi-IcehlLi$nteri- SAULEn'ri cradlra, mowing blades, Ac, at Mn. Will Craig will find a wee little The Walker Brothers with their families OP Bright A CurranV. girl at his house when he returns. Sh e ar- and packs of noted fox hounds are to arrive rived yesterday. on the lf'th of this month and spend severA laroe atock of clothing to be cloaed AT THE m I. al week here. Durlog their stay the mounStanford, Ky July 7, 1885 out very cheap EJmlaton A Oireley. Ju.me HANeroRis speech had the true ISlue-Gras- M tains and valleys will reverberate with tha democratic ring and was appreciated by A UNION Sunday School Picnic will be sound of tbe hunters' horn and the yelping every true party man. L.AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. given in the woodland belonging to Dr. of the hounds. D G S. XHE proceedings of the county court Mill train folng North .. U89 r. u. E. M. Eites near McKinney next Thurs " JEW AUTKUIlHEMtMh. " ' Bouth 140 p. v. yesterday were as barren of interest as a Kirws strain" Bouth...... Commencing at 12 o'clock, sharp, .. 182 a.m. day, 10th. " " Norh m. . 2 05 a.m. laet year's almanac. A few road orders Jesse Ramsey was so taken with r Little were made and the will of a colored man High Bridge Camp Meeting, The jotb Ii calculated on standar J time, Hoist 3E3CE3uaLlD, the National holiday that he anxiously In time Ii J bout JO minutes faiUr From the well known herds pi R.McMlchaeUnJ John B Wallics. of L.xlnin Kr . aad the was probated and that covers all that was estlra quired at night: "Papa, do they have a P ropoiali will he received from this J ate until "u ui,"""AftL ec. ? ?' " 5"? ."'."!,".! " J '""I Mel Jintor A ran. ot Mllleraburg done. r. choice ol Wf July lath f r IlootliH and I'rliltetCH at I'dtitllli'H. Includlmt a number of Te l highly bred animals ol tbe llvnt 31 tit, 'llff Illlttrf of July every year?" 4th ii LOCAL NOTICES. d Cnwu.nl their nir.r.rm, Among them are .. ... The straight of the Trlplett affair, which this Camp Meeting, coraintnclCR July 16tli, and ofBlgual, Ullderoy, Slirer Mln. Itloter 2d, 8toke I'ods 3d, Farmers Glory, Alpaea Riotersdetcendentaand raotys, Including a hall brother of Illack Prince of Linden, (sold lor closing Auguit 2, I89S. Fourth was more gener seemitohave caused much ill feeling at The Boy your school booln horn Penny A veral choicely bred tlW land j. iVAr.r.AtJK Signal Dulls. Catalogues ready by July lit. Addrcti JOIIX UltlAil II.IMIIMVK, ally observed here than we ever knew it. McKinney, will be published in our McAllater. next J0-- t It. JlrJIiCliAVL, Cor., n, E. Edhoxsoh, Auctioneer. Georgetown, Ky, ) Watciiks and Jewelry repaired on abort Everybody nearly left town but those who issue over Islington, Ky. J the signatures of those who know nonce anu warranteu by 1'enny A .McAll could not get away and the place waa as most about it, after which we trust the ler. 2 Buy the Ilaaa Hog Kemedy, the orlgi dull as a country graveyard. ..,. matter will be dropped. A Desirable Farm Containing about 100 nal and only genuine, from Penny A McAlThe German Picnic at Lutherheim, The Chesapeake A Ohio advertises an later. Acres of Good Land, A comi-letstock of jewelry, latent which was to have occurred on the '27th other excursion to Old Point to leave about Ntarl- - all In cultlrallon, iltuat-- tl on the Stanford - er lurnnlko rtad, about 1 mllca style. J lock ford watchr n specialty . Pen-ny- was postponed on account of the rain till the 27th of July. Fare from here $12 and I.ancaHorn Lancaiter, Ky. Well Impro-eWill bo McAllater. Saturday July 11th, when a good time is Col. Monroe will be in charge again. The privately. Anycnr In nerd ol such a Farm sold can Faumkiw, Read Tiuh. Go to Dr. M. promised. Mr. Albert II. Yollinger writes proceeds are for the benefit of KetUieimrtlctilR-ab- y calling on J. on the the Industri- place or addreislog the undeulgncuPotter Gilberts L. Bourne's ilni atore and get one package at al School and Woman's Exchange, Lixlng-ton- . t reck, Ltncdu ounty, Ky. of Bam A. Clark'a Hog Kemedy. If you us to Invite everybody. JOIIX F. Iini.TZCTjAW, 3 are not aatlafled after ualnK it your money ta Agent tori: 11. Smith's Heirs. The picnic at Hale's Well proved a big -- DEALER IN will be refunded. The numerous stockholders In the Sax-tothing in point of the number of persons PERSONAL. National Bink,of St. Joseph, Mo., are MAMMOTH who attended and the general enjoyment of Mil. WALi:r.u Bascom, of Missouri, ia the day. Mr. A. L Spoonamore spread an delighted over the receipt of checks from excellent and bountiful dinner, which was Cashier R. W. Hocker to cover a 5 per AMERICA'S GREATEST WONDER Tilting frienda here: dividenJ, fast declared. Write lor club rates and get 10 or more of your Mn. Jam K8 Bi.ii, of Lexington, is on partaken of with great relish. The Stan- cent to ford orchestra furnished the music for the During the last six months the bank earned Irlendi to vlilt tula Interesting Care. Set-o- n a vlait to his frienda here. Cam free to summer bonders. The pq tickets t ( dance on the platform erected for the occa $39, Ij7 13, out of which after paying the coolest iiitatuer resort known. Thermometer 66 Rev A. 8 Mojtett and fsrallr are at dfg'eea at the mouth of cue. A gool band In atsion, which was kept up until a late hour of dividends and a heavier expense account tendance. Kale's well for a few week. than usual, such a premiums on increased If. f. COMSTIWK. Miuim MlLDiiei) Lewi-- ) and Fannie the afternoon. u Leuce Mammoth Care Hotel. capital, $15,000 was carried to the surplus Cafe City Ky. Hill nre at Dripping Springs. Another railroad enterprise in which Mitt ( S Miu.cn and children hare Kentucky is deeply interested ia noted. account. A pretty good showing we should The Sixth Annual Exhibition say. gone to Tiffin, Ohio, to visit relativca. The Penneylvania Company, it ia claimed, 0 THE The Ltvinia Shannon Troupe was greetMia, K. P. Owm.ey has gone to Drip- intends to build a competing line with the ed last night by a small, but select and apping Springs to spend a couple of weeks Chesapeake A Nashville starting at Wash ! Cait Sam M. Boone, of the Some.net logton, Pa., and running through West preciative audience, when it fully sustained -- Will be held FD.IDAY A SATURDAY, 'h - -- jh, came up to the Tournament. He Virginia and Kentucky to Nashville, ab- the high reputation that had preceeded it. is a cract: shot himielf. &4z -sorbing in the route the Chatteroi and the Miss Shannon is a 'harming actress, full of jtjj-tsMa. and Mas. T. R. Walton hare Kentucky Union. From Nashville the vim and enthusiasm and in the character of Cataloguea glxlng a Hit of the premiums, Ac, will le sent returned from a rleit to Mr. J. I. McKin-ne- y New line is to be built to New Orleans on Little Barefoot reminds one forcibly of ed aipeclal on application. Since tbey were printpremium has been Maggie Mitchell, with whom she played ond day by the Dayton Hedge added lor the secand wife at Richmond. Co., of Ohio, who such a route as will put It In direct compemake the Cheapest and Molt Enduring Fences ot a season. She has all of Mi MitchW.T. Hi'iiUETT, the Imeriok Jock tition with the L. A N. the World W. T. Adami, Agent, ttlchmonl, Ky., ell's stage business, with the decided adfor the best Haddle Mare or Gelding any me: 1st. nal'h representative at Lancaster, attended J10. J. . The young rascals, Riley Williams and vantage over her of youth and beauty, 815 and 2d,fur Catalogues w. ESIBHY, Treildent. the performance of Little Barefoot lait AddrtM J. W. Wilmobl-- , fcec'y. IN ADDITION TO GROCERIES AND FBOVISIONS, UE KEEPS Alex Camden, who rode Mr. Miller's mare for she la a mot lovely woman in form night ofi the other eight and left her at Parks and feature. Mr. Giles Shine as WilMil. J W. Emiiiiy, president of the ville, were arrested and brought here for liam Peace maintained the good opinK'risvllle Fair, wm here yesterday ditemi For tho Removal of Pig Pons and having tttal Friday. Judge Carson, after hearing ion he had won here in a previous visit. mting literature interesting to thore Oflal from Livory Stablos. the testimony, did not hold them for horse- He is a polished and capable actor, conatock to show. stealing aa he did not think that a case scientious in every detail of bis work, and Mi.hu Daisy Ili'iixMnr. and Ltnie BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of d gentleman. that the following ordinance shall be enPortman, accompanied by Messrs. J. S. could be made out for that offense, but for withal an honorable, high-toneforced from and alter July 10, ISM: They were immediately taken The other members of the troupe djd well, Skc. 1. That pig pent are declared a nuisance in Hccker and V. M. Bright, spent a couple trcspiss. before Judge Varnon, in whose court they but the hour is loo late to individualize. the corporale limits and that from and after the ol days at Dripping Springs very pleat 10th day of July, UB1. It shall be unlawful .or any were fined $25 each and having no money ht the company will present the person or peroni to hare upon tbelr premliei any antlr. pig wo or enclosure in limits beautiful play, "Jane Eyre," when a full city, in which hogs are the corporate fed. of tbe ia iptnding to pay it, were ant to work upon the rock confined and Mtra Sadra Pcnninoton bEC.2. It shall be unlawful for any lirery staThe puniahment is light enough but house should greet them. The engagea few weeks at Crab Orchard, more for pile ble within the corporate limits of the city to peraccumulate orer five diys any titterings ol pleasure than for the benefit of her health, it may do to teach them a lesson and per- ment closes Wednesday night with the mit tostables. their usually good since her long haps be the means of keeping them out of "Lady of Lyons" in which Miss Shannon 6ec. 3. For any riolation ol this ordinance the which has been the penitentiary in the future. appears at her very best, the character of penalty thereof shall be ten dollars for each day spell of lat summer. lbenulian(e remains unabated. ..I the put suiting her beauty and talent most ir.T DAVUIir.nTY, Mayor. John llntmtr, Jr., and Walker More P. R. News. A late late Nash- admirably. John J. Mc IIoiskkts, Clerk City Council. spent their 4th in Louisville, their ville paper after an interview with Presiemployer, Mr. W. II. Higgles, furnishing dent . mmerman more than corroborates The Democratic Mass Convention met at them with tickets in consideration of their the good news about the Chesapeake A the court house vesterday and was called to FOR INVESTORS OR l'ERONS SEEKING A excellent service as salesmen. Nashville railway published in our last is order by F. M. Yowell. Craii Lynn, Efq., Uuuic in u Tbrltlcg Railroad Town. To dote a partnership, Pitor. J. L. Irvine, the excellent sue. The same paper publishes an adver was chosen Chairman and W. P. Walton, principal ol the Lancaster Male Stminary, tisement of the letting of the road from Sec'y, but Mr. Walton not then being in the 100 LOTS, He tells us that he Gallitin, Tenn., to Scottsville, Kv., 31 house, Jno M Philips was chosen in his was here yesterday. For tale at pub.lcauctlcn in Junction City, Ky., has assurance that he will have over a miles, bids for which are to be addressed to place The Convention being organized ai lap ciiMiEi; m me Liocinoaii couiuern ana the KnoxTlile Branch of tbe L i.V.II R. hundred scholars the coming session. Chief Engineer W.H. Spradlin, at Galla- a motion was made hr F. M. Yoell and Y IGdi, 1SSS, following members ol the Lavin-i- a tin, till noon of the I lth Inst. Every dol- carried that a committee of one from each THURSDAY, Tiir. Heglrnlng at 10 o'clock a. m., over 100 Lota in tbe MiMinon Company are registered at the lar of the money necessary to build the precinct of the county be appointed to con- aboTe men'ioned plate, which is now one of the and growing Myers House. Mr. and Mrs. (Hies Shine, road has been secured and the entire road sider and report to this Convention the best most thrlrlng towns in Kentucky anu cnurcnes. rapiuiy, weiisuppiieo. wun icnooia wnn some mrmng manuiaciuring interests rep- Miss Nellie Healy, MIsi bren let to a syndicate, which mil rub-le- : Mrs. J R. Healy, steps to be taken as to the nomination of a eieuted. There are also within 4iid yards ol this II nttie Hjward, Messrs. Harry I'nderhill, it. With thia great road traversing our democratic candidate for the Legislature in property several fine mineral sprlugs and wells. This locality lurnlihes many attractions for health Chas. Strange, J. II. Reddin and Chas. J. county from east to west, old Lincoln's this county; and thereupon James M. Cooki and btulneea. cash, and tbe remainder In Tkkui Conkllng. future is bright and promising and business of Hustonville, Dr. Green Moore, of C, 12, isnnd2t month, with .per cent, lntere.t says the following teach- so dull and slow will at once revive. James A. Harris, Stanford; Jno or may be paid In monthly Installments if preThe TwMcriitt (M-tm Anderson, Walnut Flat; J. S. Peanybacker, ferred. ers from Lincoln are attending the Teach Dripping Springs picnic look the Wayneaburg; W. O. Hansford, Crab OrchThe SKND rOK A (ATALOUUR OF era Convention at Lexington: Mrs. S F. H. cake. Fully 1,500 people attended and ard, and A. A. Bastin, Highland, were apTarrant, Mrs. A. F. Helm, Misses Alice Female College, Sallle Thurmond, K. C. Tour-tnon- spent a day of genuine good cheer. The pointed: Dnring the abjence of the comLANCASTER, KY. observed and everybody mittee, W. C. Cash moved that Bobbin be B. V. Pennington, Prof. J. A. Bogle, best qf order wai g went away delighted. 11. Slaughter in- declared the nominee of the Convection, Larger Corps ol Instructors than any Female A. 11 Mclntrny. tn the State. IlullClnga new and appointment, unexcelled. Terns resonable. Next manager of Rock formed a reporter of this paper that 475 but the motion was promptly declared out F J. Cami'DKM., session commences August 31it, 188S. Castle Springs made a Hying visit to this persona diced with him and many more of order by the Chairman. After due conI'or further Information, address would have done so, but his waiters and sideration the committee made the follow MORRI3 EVANS, 1). D., Tres't. place yesterday. His resort Is en a lig C3oka absolutely broke down and bad to Ihg report: boom, 07 vieitors now acawering to the call ItKFEitKNCEs: We refer by nermlss'on to tbe , gentlemen Ills Your committee would recommend for followingGovernor ol Kent Excellency, J. Vroctor to meala. Most of the guests of Rock quit. He sold 300 tickets to the Knott, icky, Frankfort, Ky.; 'Squire Peyton's orcheetra made ex- the good of the party to make a nomina- tlen'l Fayette Uewelt, Slate Auditor. Frankfort, Castle go there to spend the season and a where KyjCol.R. D. Allen. Supt. Ky. Military Instition of some good democrat to make the majority of those now pruent Intend to cellent muiic for the merry dancers from race for the Legislature and leave the mat- tute aud Preildent Ky. Teachers' Association, Fatmdalc, Kr.; Col. J. W. Tate, state Treasurer, early morn till dewy eve. The dinner, If Silremain till September. The Gold and ter of a nomination with the Convention. Frankfort, Ky.; Pro!. J. Deiha Pickett, Supt. ot Public Instruction of Kentucky, Frankfort, Ky ; ver band with a big excursion will go up possible, exceeded in variety and excellence James A. Harris, Chm'n. (lor. Luke P. Dlackburn, LotiiiTlllc, Ky.; Gov. the bill of a recent picnic there and which Judge Hansford supported the resolution James H. McCreary. Richmond, Ky.; Uen'l II. on the 11th. King Pine Hliill. Ark.: Iter. 11. Amono the young ladies who attended was published in this paper, as the hun- In an earnest and stirring speech, declaring naugh,White, Chaplain, Frankfort, Ky. II. KarState impromptu hop at the Opera House, dreds who partook of it will testify. Col. that it was cowardly In the party to fail to the ! Friday night, were Misses Ada Fellows, of Slaughter's next attraction is a series of make a nomination. He urged that now Springfield, Mo., Annie Logan, of Knnx dramatic performances, which continue a above ail times we should held our organization in tact and believed It the sheerest Case KcHembliiiK that Gcn'l Too Many Goods on Hands; Trado is Dull and They Must Bo Sold. ville, Tenn., Mmle Chenault, o! Fort wrrk, beginning next Friday. Grant. Scott, Kniir.s, Mry Duolap, of Danville, The Shooting Tournament drew a crowd nonsense to say a democrat could cot now Some ten years ago I hai a icriluloui sore on my Belle Cook and Jennie Rtid, of Huston all day long, Saturday, and much interest be found to beat Mr. Bobbitt. When he GEO. D. WEAKEN, .Manufacturer Agent. right hand which gaxe inegt at trouble, and unville, Kate Hunn, of Shelby City, Mary was manifested in the contests. Our boya concluded it was suggested that he be made der the old time treatment was htjlel up and I I I was it Keid, Annie Acorn, Annie and Ella thought they had the thing down to such a the nominee, but he declined and Mr. J. E. suppoted driven well. tunlouml, however, that ot was onlr into srslen br the ue Lynn was then named and his nomination rotaih and mercury, and in March, 1S3.'. it broke Snanka and Alma Hays. fine point that there was no doubt of their out in my throat and concentrated In what some no from getting the pnzis, but the result show that seconded in a very eulogistic manner by ol the doctors I'enomlnated cancer. I was plsc d LOCAL MATTERS. under trratment lor this dlteaie. Some six or sevSomerset and Danville got away with them. Mr. M. Peyton. The question being put, en of thebett physicians In tbe country had msnt tbem A NK'E little rain fell last nicbt. Following is the score: First shoot, five Mr. Lynn was unanimously nominated dlSerenl tittes under their charge, nmonganother 1 tbisline; but one after OLD amid almost as much enthusiasm aa Han- three speilall.tstheir skill anl diop me, for I grew would exhaust A traps, ten single birds, John A. Allen, first New goods just recelvoJ by Elm'-to- n worse continually. The cancer had eaten through ten straights; John H. Waddle, second, nine; cock was at Cincinnati in 1SS0. Loud cries inr cheek, destroying the roof ol my mouth and 0sley. bring him to upper lip, then attached my tongue, palate and Uoods, BpoUaUs, Articles, Shur-cu- e Mixed Who Is the oldest man ? Dr. lirowu F. J. Curran, 3.1, eight. Second, five doub- of "Lynn Lynn!" failing to oVitrorlDs; the nalat and en I want to sell a five burner coal oil cook- le birds, R.G. Evans, first; Curran, second. the front, J. A. Harris and W. E. Varnon lower lln. half my tongue, eating out uudcrlln of Who ia the wisest man Col. Fountain Box l'alnts, Stationery, Toilet Articles, Books, Slates, to the top tirely and Ac , .le., Ac. of the action my l:t Cliees uineanu up to ine icu cyr. rroiu Fobbltt. ing stove, cheap. Geo. H.Bruce. ISO pound I was reIn this shoot there were five tie?, J. M, were appointed to inform him woman ? Who a hearty, nl tbe luckiest mtn" Sett it. Ed. Estcs. Who tho ' S. M. Boone, of the Convention and escort him to the duced to atobitit Irani? otof ikln and loucs, almoet What Isthree, handsomest man Dr. marry next wlfohashtriplets.) mre couples are going to TiicK.C. will ruu a cheip excursion Rlchardaon, II. C. Bright, to turn myself in bed. I could not eat any 111 greeted him on unable tell Who is the sharjiest person Tu oae wh deals solid IdckI, but subsisted on liquids and my tongue week? This Is a tecrat, but Dr. llourne Curran A Erans. Third, ten single pigeon-- , stage. A s'orm of applause from hero to Cincinnati next Sunday. with yours truly, till tho tows twine home. which wns was so far giue I could not talk. Tho augulili of jou, his arrival at the court-hous- e, straight away, ono trap; Rjbert Kartell, mind and the horrible sutli injs of body which I All who rant Who deal with Dr. Bourne? tllven Tub best hay rake on the umket and fiwt, with eight; II. C. Rupley, second, with kept up till he mounted the platform. Ev- experienced nevervan be rvalcdfor rocovery up by good goods and cheap prices. 1U. L. I.OURNE, upon no u tile, would accept a physicians Irlendi with sit hopa my bediidex-pecttn- g Bright A Curran. only Slid, for aale by who aruund the partof Who ts lien B. Sirope's sweetheart ? Alt Luclcn seven, anu a. a. Myers, third, witn six. erybody hoped that he fact, my Laaley. every moment to lie ny tuH-- ln so unanimously tendered, but AT TIIE NEW DRUG STOHE, Foil Rent. A desirable office in L.w. Fourth, team ehoot, two men each, ten rlomination huibaul would place bis hand, ou mo every now What does Dr. llourne keen? Ho doctn't ketjt after thanking the meeting for the honor, and then to ses whether I was alive or not, and at ycr'd Row, on Iancaeter Btreet. W. P. Wal- singles, three doubles, five traps; R, G. one tltua all decided that li To was extinct and ry anything; he lelU ell kinds of Medicines, Fancy STANFORD, KV. ton. EvaneandB. G. Phillips, first, with 21; he positively declined to do to. Then Mr.- death nJ repo ted all ovci the country. t wrotcht-.ind helplcsi condition KR" M. Yowell moyed that the meeting HdSiieh las lur F. Tura-firs- t watermelon on the unrktt F. J. Curran and J. W. Hayden, second, OMober (1SSI) wlim my Irlcnds the fltit ol without a nomination and it being eo comuionred lait In lets giving mo nwlft's bpeclbc yeitcrday nad retailed, good with 23, and Waddle and Btelli, third, journ were oihred ada month the entlog places stoppel nod ueat than 22. Fifth, Stanford Guu Club shoot, five dee'ded, the Chairman declared it uprrtura in my tug commenced and ibe ?!zd ones nt 35 to 10 cents. cheek has tesn closed ana nrmiy icui tea togemer. traps, nine einjlca nnd three double', 'first journed. A raiKeisof a new utdcr llpln pr gresilug finely avinia Shannon Troupe has chang- prlz!, a $70 gun, won by Waddle in fifteen I'm. I DRIPPING SPIRNOS anl the tongue, whlvn was ahuo l destro.cd,sup-is being re. uvered anl It icems that nature Is ed the play for to night to Jane Eyre and straights; R. G. Eynns, second prize, a gun Tu the Editor of The Interior Journal. plying a new tongue. I can talk so that tny triends Lady of Lyonr. solid food night to anl that of ewe, $10, thirteen straights, and third prize, Four hundred and pcvontyfive persons can readily uodentand meaboutcan cat I pleaie ., sgaln. I am able to walk wherever ready R, G. Evans, a hundred loadxd shells, were registered at Dripping Springs on Sat- without the nislitameof any uo and have galtied Accm-NTduo July lit, will bo AND fifty pouuds nftletti. A this, ttoder tho blesslncs straight. Sixth, five double birds. urday IhsU Among the young ladies now of n mercifully Heavenly Father; Is duo to Swifts on that day. Prompt payment expected. twelve e 1 nti. a a imivel to all ! Erana and Curran, first, nine out of ten; al this place are Miss L'zzie J. Wilmore, ot bpu'ttlc. hundredswonder and hare known my my of whom We need the money. Elmlston A Owsley Irlendi, and hsve visited me ii my juncGeorge McAllater, second, with eight, and Kirkdrille; MUe Fannie P. Hill, Mildred yet While I am Lost A Russian leather big between Hayden, third, with seven. Thebeat work of F. Lewis, Diiny.Burnaide, Lizzie Portman tions the less devoutnot well, court ny gratitude li A Full nuil complete assortment of Furniture, embracing ev. and lam lent that a pernone John M. Hall's and Hale's Well. Will the day was done by Mcfsre. Waddle, Curran and Fannie Keid, of StanforJ; Mieses Jen-ni- e fect recovery la now lit sight. It any doubt theio crytliluK from the (JheapcfU to the Finest Suites. So MjuKl reTsr them to Hon. John 11 Traylor, Ucts, 1 r!ve a reward for its return. G. II. Parkin." and Allen, taking the whole average In 01 O. McKinuef, E'.'zi n. Kennedy, Lucy State t?et.ator ct thlsdWtrlct, who is myorneighbor, need to o to the large cities to make your purchases, no mattoi to any Dr. T S Hralfield. ( LiGran.'o, Oa.. Troupe counwhat quantity or quality you want, iiHlcan anil will duplicate should be crowded to shot. The first got 51 out of 01 birds, the 15. McKinney and Jennie L .Johnson, Hus persot living In the Southern art of L. CUMKR. The Opera-Hou3MRS. MARV Oi, any prlccn you can obtain elsewhere, frelRht being atlded. AIM will second 4S and the third 41. Mr. Waddle, tonville, Misses Fannie West land Miiiy ty, LaGrange. (Ia., May II. 1S5 n'ght. The Lavlnia Shannon Troupe and n large crowd who is a Somerset man, in one of the coolest Rjbinn, of Ltncd-lefold by all druggists. Treaiheoa bio daud sklu a full assortment ol Collins, Cases, Shrouds and Robes, embrnc prefect Jano Eyre In tho most delightful dlstates usallod tree shots wc ever saw and bets were two to one of yiiurij; Udtyf ti trrhe on Friday next THE SWIFT KPUCIPIC CO, Iiir all the Now Htylen, both cheap and expensive. Wnro roonus wav. Tbo Company U a good one and Drawer , Attorn . Oj.; New Vara. 197 W.2JJ St. opposite Ht. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. that he. would be the winner from the firit. from Kioboioml, Ky. cjmpo'ed of nlae 1ml iii acd gentiemeu, or ournx PUBLIC SALE JERSEY CATTLE, -- (Stock Yard.s, lioxingtoii, Ky., M- - 'WocaLiaesca.iay, X"U.ly IS. A.330TJ17 DFIET-sf 1885, -- EoaFt JSu3L31.3I3 d. THE CHEAP GROCER. e A T. R. w WALTON, B'lP' n CAVE! semi-annu- 33-2- 0r o w in O Kirksville Fair t A.isrr) 25. And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. -- Tin-- , Glass- Stan-for- d and Queens ware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- To-nig- -- m A 1UBE CHANCE TOWN Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. OVER Jill, Canned Goods from the Best Canneries of the Country. Turn-erevill- e, One-lourt- h .. j'nocioh. For Bargains, There Is No Ph.ce Like the Corner of Main and Somerset Sts. d, Garrard Col-le- WHOLESALE PRIOISS ! Over 40 Buggies, Carriages, bill-room- Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagons, PRICES. Over 40 Farm Wagons imcl ninny other OooiIh to be RETAILED AT WHOLESALE (3l-2- Caucer of Tongue "The Bourne which Traveler Returns Sick." CHILDREN CATECHISMS FOR ' 1 Jo, -- -- 1. UNDERTAKER, S 1 JLealei- in ITiu'iiitiu-- Parlor e r, 1 4TM; rfV ' n Having oprned npn Imnber yard In the rear of v 'T rtore, wc arc now Instiinros of Crlino DNrovcrcil by Hoar- 1ISIMJ! COMMEMORATING THE LAST SCENES lii l'eojilo Talk to Tliomsclvm. Prepared to Furnish any kind of Lumber Il'litlailelphla TlmuH. IN THE LIFE OF CHRIST. HAIL COLUMBIA. In the rough. Posts of all kinds Shliulet rut, "It Is Interesting to somotlmos hear tbo rosewed nnd shaved. Alsj Agents ror the Danville I IKoGiL'LX&NMHil-kJg- marks peoplo tunko who talk to thomsolvcs ranny Tinning Mills. 11. Ward's Description of tho Ijiut " 2Mt mttiHTAicvi:ii,tx. OF THE while walking along tho stroot'," said n Mlt M'MASTER'S ACCOUNT THE QRCAT of rioucrs and Guitars and Pinkorton dotectivo in tho Continental botoL ORIGIN OF THE NATIONAL SONG. Tho "They nro simply thinking alouiL. y nnd Songs Cootl iUclf habit eeim altogether foolish, IVstlvltfps. tell you tho tanor of f 17UK Tarty but I oan Ill- - Ineidout of vlic Time oimsinh .) urvja Int. K)mo of tho expressions Is Just tho rovoro, "IVdc-riillsto Ntrifo llctvrcrn Thlt I nlways make it n point to lis tun to Sumuicr llnort will be un Itr Cor. New York Sun my mnutgsment this seatou, aud at li 11 entirely aud "Kejiubllcniu" The I'o- d thoso convorsntiou. Now you Good Friday is ns a sort of May refilled aud refurnished, I can promise iny patrofit may consider that in poll to nnd won mean, festival. This year, ns usual, the Pao de Ttlnr "rrcslilont's JInrcli " Hoard, $' pr week. comlortat well at I . Wittr mail SI .nnl. .if .!.. 1.1 nn,t a V ur but in my buIns I don't think it Is so, for Ins 1'loros (Flower Promenade) was bold week. Will have a cnveyanit nt the depot to" detectives eoinotIins gain vnluablo infor- along the Vlgn, the pIcturoiu canal which . id we i iiaseengcrt. lrro "The People of the United Stubs." mation by overhoarlug persons talk to them-solv- stretches nway between willows nnd poplnis a. i.. srnoA.voiiK. John Thoutands of men vho dosid-e- J I romembor, yonrs ago, when I was to tho Hunting gardens of tho Adams, who detottod tho Fo lerallsts, who a private dotectivo in this city, bow I nncient Aztec. Tho scene along tho hislontliod tho liiflusncj Great Urituin had In cleared up a case just in thnt wny. Sevoral toric cnu'oway was nstoulshlu; foreignfederal affair, now turned t support tho thousand dollars had boon stolen from a ers, nnd as charmingly peculiar to it was as wero prominent government witU visor. Their heart Without Change and with Speed Unrivaled morchant. Ho suspected his 3011, typical of n pootio aiti pleauro-lovln- g iui-pl1 will deliver lei to regular customers In Stanford still warm toward Franco. Hut thoy could a rather fast young man, and omployod 1110 ' They nro oaily risers In this land of n n.l Vinlnllw sill Ml VI uu itviuis; Aercte i.me slti at t s'; n QUICKEST llOUTE AND SHORTEST not suffer oven to old and dear an ally to to find whether his nuplclous wero correct tho un, wbero broakfast Is not taken till heap up Insult on their nativo land. Such I shadowed tho young follow closely for midday, and everybody is moil Ut.aMLLETJTIlE ONE CENT PER POUND onjoylng a long an outburst of patriotism had never before wooks, but I couldn't diseovor any good roa-so- n iostn during thoso Accounts due at the cloie of etch month, or hours wbon American? been soon. It bean at Philadelphia, and when custoiuer iiultt. for connecting him with tho robbory. nro most actively at work. At suurisj tbo uprcail thonco as fust vs ths mtr n. k. ha li lion: Finally, lato ono night, whan I was think- Vfga and its boulevard wen thronged could carry tho now. Night after ni?lit at ing nbout giving up tho case, I change to d with tho aristocracy of th city and a vast PULLMAN CARS Without Jltmphlt, rltle, tho theatre, pit, Loses and gallery joined la him going up Chostnut streot and concourse of plebeians and Indians. By. Mnrtt-omtrtills, fc'avanuab. I.ltt'e It rk, ono mi;hty shout for the "President' heard him talking to himself, I got up 7 o'clock the fostlvitio. Jscktonvillt, Mobile, and NtwUrlcant. woro at tholr llarch," for "Yankoo Doodle," tr for the closo behind him and llstonod and in a min- - height BTANKOKD. KV. For miles nlong the stirring music of -- Stony Point" Whlla the uto I knew ho was tho thief. Tfco affair nvenuo BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA a constant procession of vehicles. W. P. WALTON, - - Fropriotor .aim wero being playod tho wildest ox- - worried him and for roliof ho talked In Palace Cart Without Change. about horsemen, nnd pedestrians pnekod tbo spaco citomant provailod, Tho aulbnea rojo to it to himself and thus gavo tho wholo thliif between green booths on Eight complete sets of Seen SUe ot Stage,?20i50. eitborslde, while t) ery. Seating capacity, Including gallery. 600. SHORT LINETO THE EAST their foot, stood upon tho seats, uavd hats nway. tho cnnal was crowded with canoes and and walking sticks, sang, chared, nnd, Fr.n L ulivllle la PaltceCart wltboutchtnr. Heasooable ratet to good attractions. AddtMi "A mest important instanco occurred to gondolas. Everything Imaginable trhou tho pioco was finished, demau JoJ that mo in New York a year ago. A llttlo girl on wheels was hero tho stately closed carSeeking the PMIPDAMTC line of homet onwill it should be given uver und over again. was found murdered one morning in ono of riage of tho Moxican millionaire, oeu baI O tllllUriAll low thlt road Tbon a band of hardy Republicans in sorai tbo worst parts of the city. The child li St. receive special rates. Saw had dee Agsnti of this tVrnpsny for rstrs, routtt part of tho gallsry or tho pit would call for been smothorod to death and for toveral rouche, coupos, victoria, dogcarU, wagonettes, even velocipeles and tricyebs "hllo x . or write C. P. ATMORr!, G. P. I T. A. hymu, till their weeks I "Calm" or the Marseillaise" AS l I.VSUIKK YARD, tried to discover the murderer. But thousands of horseman gallopod gayly bei C Loulevlll. Kir. cries were drownod amid a storm of groans I found the person at last in n most tween. The severe simplicity of tho GorUn top of the Knobs, close by J Carter't Orctery and biius. Not to bo outdone, the lie- - unexpected manner. It was durtag tho man and Engli'h stylo of the riding habit eiore. publicans thereupon bribed the musicians to winter and ono bittor cold day ivs LEE I was FOOTB A' WllKKl.IUl, I'rot'flctom. HUUCIKON nurrMAN. play no federal tunes. Tho first ulght they goin; through Central park I aw n woman contrasted wall with tho gorgoou ly capariI Most of HTANFOnl), KY. refused a storm of indignation was raisod in ahead of mo acting very strangoly. Sho soned, stlver.dockod equostriani Kor all tlnJiof general Lumber. Shingles, .'c. Office Houth tlJe Main titrtet, two doort abort the ladles woro dressed iu what in would bullderaand others can not find a better market to the theatre and they gave way. Tbo next was poorly (he Myert tult themielvet Our motto Is "Oood Material Furt Nitrous Hotel, Oat almlnlittred when rt- night tlioy stood Arm and wore well pel tod that sho was drossed and I thought nt first consider full ball or opera costumo palo Oilde lor lUaionable llates." Poitoffli addrees, Halla intoxicated. She was throw- silks or satlni, no wraps or covering for tbo qalre-l- . for their pains. (lap, Ky. ing her arms around wildly and talking to head, except now and then a lace mantilla, TUo Federalists wero highly indignant. 5. It shall be the duty of each Assessor lu herself. You should bavo heard that draped Spaulsh fashion, upon tho back hair, orace for the year 1SS5, before be shall have eottr-e- d The theatre mid they, more than any woman. DB. W. D. PENNY, Sho was raving about a child that and a wealth of jewels such as the fair s upon the duties or hit offlce. to go b fore the toother place brings men of all classes Judge of the County Court and make the following IiontlMt, was murdered and called on hoaven to fornro famous for. faithfully will gether. The nmuagcrs should therefore pay give her for having killed solemnly MTANFOHD, KENTUCKY. It Tbon sho Although the laws of propriety nro so oath I d tho number twear that Ipersons fo vote of iuillfled ascertain komo heed to public feeling in the selection moaned out something about the child havFour years oM, ltreglitered No. HITS In the A.J, Office on Ltncttttr ttreet, cexl door to Ikti-m- o I for the dlttrlel of tbo music. Tbo present is no time to ing been cold and freezing and starving and rigorously strict that a gentleman may not leenllepresentatlvei Infor the year lor which bate C C. llook, will serve cows at A.I. III. alio It Oifice houn from S to 13 a, 1995, and will JoritieaLorace. chosen Assessor rido in tbo same carriage with tho lady to g, g. s. t, m. tnj 1 to S r. st. Anesthetics aJmlnlttered whea grate tho public ear with thasi Gillie murretururd by Thorndtlo2d; g g. a. lUlsora ZSoT; g. sho couldn't feo it suffer any longer. I soon whom be is betrothed, yot flirting Is openly carefully report the same In lb bpox of May, 1J5. Martin, Imp , S'. 11SJ anddsm ft Julia IngletMe neeeuary. .) the flrst day der shouts. "Ca ira" and tho "Caruugnolo." No. 11421; g.d. Hetty logleslde. No. SUt; Nora, sho was tho very porson I indulged In to an extent which would put me as Assessor ct Ui by hereby require 1 , 6. tfsld Arsessor.srt Tho enthusiastic clamor with which ths found out that Imp.. J': Katlnka SW. silver Ifsrou 1271, Louise was looking for. Well, I arrosted her, but to blush New York, Chicago, or San Franllepresen-tallvcath as to his right to vote for "President's March'' had bean called for nnd tho poor thing diod boforo her trial camo Jib, '.'103; Victoria, Imp, 22t; Louise, Imp., T'J. cisco. Following a senorita up and down any mD of whose right so to vote tueh the deafening npplausa with which it had olT. I was glad sho did. tf J. U. CAllVKSTKll.Ky. OHIO & MISSISSIPPI n. h.. inT .tnniit vhaieven and any one tbo promenade and staring intently in her k...., been greotod should have taught thorn this. Stanford, thuie'xamlned who shall knowingly twear wisely "But tho funniest things nro said by fa co is an accepted modo of compliment bore, as to " " i be naoie Is it the purpose of a theatro company to drunken poople. I his said light, often oo comical In doubtless gratifying p tho young lady, and rnltlMofthe shall or perjury, and every crime pleaso or to insult the public! The action The Direct Iloule to stances of intoxicated mon staggering home, hut somoumos dangerous to tbo adorcT it Assessor shall write opposite to the name ol eaeh of pelting the flddlor and finishing tho Ad- swearing at . thunworn me wowiworn. themselves for getting drunk sho happens to have others equally dovotod; dle is greatly to bo condemned. Tho firm and solemnly promising not to do . T, Ittball be the duty ol tne oecrtiarr u. it ngala and It 7 Dressed Pino Flooring, Oeiltng, Woather oui dignified conduct of leaving the theatro Then again thoy often havo a serious con- are tho not infrequently happens that duels .Slate to have thlt Act tdvertlseil In one result, sho being tbo newspaper In each county of the CoinwonwealUi and keeping nway till the managers versation with thomsalves as to bow tbolr bello who can boast thn groatost number for war weekt. nearly ornext P"J'n,,n1,.'''f Boards, Piuisbing Lumber, Green Northweit and cioutbwnt by the way of solemnly promise that tho "President's wives will rocelvo them when they got of such encounters. tlonandlnoneof the dally papers of the city Lumber in the Bough, including March" shall be tho flrst tune played In tho home." Immediately prior Ixulsvllle for thirty dsjt The canal was hlddon by boats, big and LOUIS VILLI: or liouso U much to bs preferred. ATI. In every county said Secretary shall thereto; Laths and Shingles. door a copy llttb, the majority being long, clumsy, cause to andposted at the I Tho theatro, the Republicans protested, was lloxr Grant Trimmed III Clgnrv at least raft-lik- e barges, each with Leaving Chattanooga covered ot said bill, printed In hand bill form. Ir For the convenience ot our cuib.imri Is StanAll nPtinlnr. Isvllle ana OoH tor rusks a public house and the tAanagers would dc Capt SI Homenwny recently gavo somo spare in the middle, and an deck at lour cuneecutlve weeks before sm h election. ford anJ vlelatty we have srrangi! with f.Vo. mull llulUS wi'll to keep this in mind. If. however, they reminiscences of Grant, mentioning a - S. keep on hit yardt an assortment direct eunneetion at th'Me Is hereby rentti'M i lntt wiih the Light-ntn- g tlmo both ends, and propelled by throo or The Public Trlater It. HVeere'll to were determined to utako it the resort if tho when the general, accompanied by Kxprett uu the I'hlu A Mlillsilppl fur tit and ef our Lumlier, where they cau gt It aschespas print nve liundred copies .o( the Fourth, Sheridan, four Indians, who push tholr long polin ti.ii,u,finn.,.fihU ant then deliver to IreHH ui direct. Ilewl'l also make estimates for Iiiii and all poloti West. HiltUh faction. lot them louk to that faction CoL Fred Grant, the banker, Joseph Sellg-maagainst tho cnnnl bottom, singing as thoy ol Mate. wlie duly It shall b to any blllt not on bands, which we will Sll ia -,short or tlncln-Ifor support. Every oarnest Republican and fr"" 1d TTMirc ""'r lo.M Loiitt,MRgtobouri and others, making up a party of go. Others wero enclos.nl with an airy transmit thrui to the varies County lerks. and notice JIIZI.VIX A' DA VInUUlO ns'l truo atrio would keep away. This was the twenty or thirty peoplo, was touring on n them I3-Lily. Ky. quicker ttiau any other line, giving our ptsieagert It shall U the duly or tuch Clerat to place tax lattice work cf woreu rushes. Intertwined promptly In the hands of etch Assessor of rejoinder, is greatly to bo wlshod. Men of stenmboat In Florida. In llwe far wrili sill flrit ihnlce of snsts lu traini with flowers, thus shading tho happy occu- the year loJ. counties It going West. es-- long for time w hen the Jacobins nnd In tho ovenlng Gen. Grant nnd Gen. pants. Many, gay with flags and awnings, sbaltalssbi) the In their respective Printer to duty ot the Public their murder shouts shall lo driven from Shoridan and some others took posnslon of ftf this Art linen a sep ...ii.(H..(iiAii,nii very docout resjrt. Let them desert tho the pilot house. There wnsn't nny stillness, wero exact imitations of Venetian gondolas, arate sheet ami deliver thew to the t;etretaryof 12Hours Quicker Ji'iKKl'Aft nnd thousands wero simply dugouts, tbo Mate, who shall forward tho stme to the luniy theatro and with the shillings thus saved but they chatted all of thorn fioo and easy Ine going by way uf Chicago primitive chnlupas which Cortez found In Clerksol the various counties lo such numbers a Tblt fine young tvldle tttllloa I have reoelttded psty some of their old debts. liue. ucn. urant pulled out a bunch of cigars ujo among tho natives noarly four centuries to provlJeai least twoeorletof said Act for eieh te leteervea limited number h uares at the lew i hilo tho factions wrangled tho benefit and banded them around. A gontlomati voting rreclnct, and ald CUrka shall deliver the price of night of a favorites actor drew near. Xomau who took one, opened bis kulfo and ego. Most of the canoes carried guitar n m ih Mh.rin'nr i.ihrr orheers aetlsi; la ili 1 players, a few were seen with harps or thereof, and It duty of such Saerlff knew bottsr than ho how to profit by the punched a TE2ST little holo in tho end. Ao bo did viols, and others had reod instruments, or ther otBcer tshall te the Always make- sjust one ropv orasld ct at eaen ;tpiilnr will, and at no time in the whole education after election and Wbleli money I o ho said: "General, did you over try which may have boon nien.e plate lor four patterned from that another copy weeks prior to the ssid public plsie the seasoii is overwill placing himhitIn the ho4of exwrvj of his life had so Una a chanco of punching your cigars In this way. Timo by Con at some other ultable Tboro's 0 of tho great god Pan among the river vtrotltlng by the popular will been offered Intaldprecfnet; and any ortlcr falling to dl" sowe gel selille horse min, nlr to itee ly hint nootionH theory that by making this kind of a vont rushes. Hire everybody hat thill be for those rhartheduls'sprereIUd in thlt Act, bo recov-ere- d tn his gait, for be the theui naturall IsI SrxHt feirn. Politics ruled the hour. The city was you can loave tho nleotino In tho end of tho Fain. (Hit K.lgs tn eihll.lt him at iwn With all Llnet at children of nature are full fined for eaib failure twenty dollars, to full of excited Federalists who packed tho cigar old thlt Spring, dark hay or brown. 1M4 ksteli In any Court having )urldteilon. and not draw it into tho mouth and of music. The air was vocal with their passage. high aHda tttmtro night nfter night for no other rlect iuvdel In .rm Ifr was sired St. Louis and .1. This Act tbali Uleefleit from IU throat" "Yes," said Gen. "I fob Intermediate Points. by one of the noted oH ftroinark fnullr, Levi Approved Jsuuary IV, 1811. than to shout themselves hoarse ovor lowed that practice for years, Grant, day I rnoanlngless folk songs, rendered in softo.t but one llulib!e'i On Tli.ie, 1 it dam by one ul I lie grandest d Castlllan, or patriotic hymns. tho "Prosldont's March." He determined to was shown through a any (ouiilry. Cat t.le'sOU TSo ForrlCH! XoOiiiiillMiMTraiiH-fer- M horei eve Vnou In largo cigar manumoko use of this fnct He would take tho factory wbero Cubans nnd negroes wero nt which just now incorporato a great deal Lexington. a Uorie that has taken wore presalutus ! a any known march, find some ono to write a few pa- work, soveral hundrod of them. 1 observed nbout the transcoudent virtues of THE BOOTH PRIVILEGES than and got more gooj liorsotyou'inn therefore we so. horse, any liorseentn will tell triotic stanzas to suit it. and on tho nlzht of that all of them after rolling tho cigar tsuKtioot male Is Unlen IViwt, rit Loult, thould not let the strains of the tw.i ftiallle Ol tllK Tho banks wero lined with booths of green his bonofit sing them to the house. Some when tundosn. till 2J dam wes by Faulkner't Young with trtlBsuf liuei going West, Nerthi-s- t and tl..y como tp taper off the llttlo ond, America, fnele Peter eutry aavs he was the lest bouthwett. Federalists wero consulted, wore pleased wet their fingers In their mouths, dampened branches festooned with garlands, where HUSTONVILLE FAIR II ymi are going West to say point, call on or bremler that eter si.xmI lu llujle county. Third with tho idea, nnd named Jo'oph Hopkin-io- n the xs rapper and thus gavo the finishing loads of flowers, lemonade of various colors, wilio to the Uitderilgucd. data by Taylor's Messenger. chla, a dollgbtfully cooling drink mi Je from as tho man bestflttod to write tho word, touches. I Ioarned then YV III bo told at Hui'.ouvIIIoob-HA- Tl For f'lll ar. I rel.ahla Infenatllen In regard to that for thirty lie consented, and in a few hours "Hail yoars I had teen chowing ciguronds which the seeds of a flower nnd flavored with Land, Ac , In the Western Mates, )!ap, (iulJei orange or pineapple juice, pulque, orchata, 1SS5. Columbia" was produced. The night for had been finished off with tho saliva of tho HD.1V, JLTLY and lowest tpecftl rates fer Tltkelt and llouieholJ and other Mexican boveragos wero sold. ifco bonatlt was that of Wednesday, the 2oth This line youn Jack will also make the seasea OeeJi te all (minti West ettl on or ad Ireet makers. Ever since that time I bavo cut But the great attraction alon,g shore was tho my stable, one mile from Stanford oa At2o'c'.cck r. m. The Fair will be held July (. II. Jl!.X)P, ofl8st f April, and Tho Gazjtto announced that o'X Passenger Ag't Ohio A Mlsilsilppl Railway. 29th, Slth and 31st. the tapering portiou taken the flowers offorad for sale by Indian girls, the llustonvllleplke, at tbo performance would coraprUa a comedy chances on tho nicotine." and WILL It. WILLIAMS, Secy. 31.21 ?;hoso deft brown fingers darted back and W.tV.PEiBODV. called "The Italian Monk;" the comic opjra 83 to Inauro a Living Colt. Prts't snl tfen'l Man'gr, (Jen'l Pais. Agt forth, like Miuttlet, as thoy f.ubionod bouof fcRosina;" ''More Sack," an opiloguo on Almost a 1'atal Sllstnfce. C. W. PAHH, Central Pattenter Agent. ailLLEKSHCKG quets with surprising rapidity. fteve Walker Is a brown with white txslntt. 15 From the character of Sir John Fnlstalt, and "an Cincinnati, Ohio ArUar.eaw Traveler. goo.1 Jack handt high, years old and tald by oarliest day Mexico has boon uoto for tho eatiro now son? (written by a citiZJit of tionevl Jacks In Kenmen tobe one or the flnt-s- t In an Arkansaw town soveral nights ago, beauty and diversity of its flora, and here riiiladoljihla) to tbo tune of the the Prod-Atntucky Jin actloni like a horse, quick and sure s, mob, lod by a dosporato man, marched to were frngrnnt heaps of tho choicest speciU you patronise ut we will pniulie not to detain March,' will bo sung by Mr. Fox, tho jail, draggod n murderer from n ooll and mens. Wicker caskets Iinoi you long on the Jack's account with moss wero by tho full band and a grand hurried with blm to tho outskirts of the filled with carnations, panslcs, Engll-- h n. A' n. f.i it ma. chorus: popular ichool lor young ladles will bo retown. Each man woro an expru-sloof de- violets, lilies, " 'Firm united let us be, anl tho most Thlt opened, under entirely new autplct-s- , termination features bardoned by awful magnificent rows goroous boskotfuls Rallying round our liberty; "iUuc.GnmM IloiUc." rosolvo. Tho prisoner attomptol to spenk, which In New York could not bo purchasad A a band of brothors Joined, 9tlx, 1885, to bog for his life, but burly hands closed for levs than Shortest and Quiokest Route from Oen Peace and tafety wo shall find.'" were sold for ono or two vrmi tral KentuoKy to all Points North, Lon; boforo the curtain rose the lictr-- around his throat and tho prayer h would reals. Eist, West and Southwest. sas too Hrnall to hold tl e thousands who havo uttered went out in mi innrUculiito Near the bridge of tho Embarcadoro the Hov. O. Popo, of Augusta, Ga., ns Fast Line Detween ubmaral to bo let in. Tucs city council bad erected an ouormous booth k gnt In gurgle. Prosidom, When tho infuriated wero ten excl.tel to wait qui-Ufor tho oak, thoy halted. Ono men reachod a large of leafy brsnehos nt 11 cost of several hunE. H. BURNSIDE, of them thrown rope dred dollars, and baneath it two tluo miliAD song. At last the comely ended and Mr. richeduU In Effect May 10, ISSS, Vox ap:ired upon the stage. tary bands plaod alternately during tho Mrs. S. C. Truehcnrt as Lady Prlnci-lal- , Every line over a limb. . "Gentlemen," said tbo prisoner, "please tiny. In this delightful rotrent, command-in- ? Ko.6,-KxWoll - Known Bouni-BorKwn No. s loudly applaudei. the wholo house This Old Vo.U give me n chancj to ay a word." joined In the choru-- . and vtLen the verso n vlow up and down canal and causeMaintains its Hotel b'un IHUy "Bo quick nbout it," somo ono shouted. Kx. Hun, Lxperl-eme.- 1 Boliold the chief who now commands" was way, chairs wero let at a real, or 12f cents Aldel by one of the uiott Competent nsd Higli 'Gentlemen, I admit that tho evidanco If each. A larultlee lu the Stole, parents may reit Lvc. Covington. S 10 a m S 10 rmtchol the auJlouco row to its feet nnd of pin 2 00 pia AUD or most thorough tralulng ot their against me, but ns truly ns wo stand hero, 1 constantly detachmentforth gendarmes rolo to IS a is In tl pro 5 VO pm Arr. Paris. .. chterud till the building shook to its foundaIxtok and as guardians of daughter! tho all that pertains to mini, ma""' In ' Leilnglon... 12 14 ru II 'JQpn. 6 10 p m killed that man iu tions. Four times thq song was on cored, jiolico poaco, Iti Proprietor it Determined that Lve. Paris were the and sta- ami huhoU, II committed tn our care. to 11 "Killed what man!" was nsked. catalwiues Mini 11 00 twenty feet along it Shall be rfecond toinno Country Arr Winchester U 20 pm ID 3) p m 'SlfVpta tioned ovary irns domnuded njnm at tua eni of tho the terms, Ac , address cjutalalcg lulormation at "Bill Bottleford." iu 6 10 ii m iti Frtre, Hotel in tho State . inntouilmo and ngiln ut thj clo;e of tho 3 00 pm " Kkhmond KKV. C. I'OPK. Mlllersburg. Ky. 7 23 p rr "Say, you ain't the man that killed Bottlo-ford- , boulevard, from the brldgo to tho bronza ptey A fow cnllod fur "Ca ira," but wero Appointments, or Atten" Iucaiter .... 4 M pm statuo coimnomoratin? Guatiinotzin, the Or Ml'.S. S. C. TIll'UHEAKT, Stanford. Ky. nro yon!' a 4ipm " ltowku.1 ulcl:ly put down. The words of "Hail, tion to Comfort of youthful piot, prlost and soldier-kin- g of I am tho man." "Yea, Lve. likliiujuj.. were printed In full iu the nows-jpr- s 3 (Mpin their Guests. Mexi.'o. It fs estimated that fully "Mon," shotted tho leader, "ho have come 3 u p tn ArrTlleres of the following day. Tho Ouznto poople visited thj Vign on this Friday of rt oo am "(alJvlnttnn. In ono of making a torriblo mistake." Thon lwped that every lady in tho city would All bora in their bands or on tholr Sorrows. Hartrare will he conve; eJ to ami from the de raptiw tho music, learn the words nnd sing turning to the prlsouor the loader added: heads som-- i floral trlhuts, while free or charge. 'Special accommodations s No. 11 to ComnerclJ.1 Travelers The llnr relll No. 3 No. 1 tWiji ut the next repetition; then, perbnp, "Wo thought, si:, that you wero tho man of blosso.us wero coming down from tho always supplied nllh tne ehnlesti V that stolo Nat Boyd's fish trap. Hop down great gardens beyond Santa Anita and the tlw two or throe Surgeon, who Physician hrtmlsof Liquors n,l Cliar Lvo. Livingston. might fool the ci.arm of patriotism offen tho box. Yo nro free." 8 00 a in floating Mauds of Ixtncalco. " Ileroj 10 22 a in und jai.t In the chorus of the son;;. Tho were kept up. though In Arr. llitliir.cmd ., 11 S3 a m A Wheel of Itlbuloii I'ortunn. ditnlnlshlu-- j cale, until Sunday night DurDanville, Ky. Office on 4th St., Lament of n llrotul Stioct Walter. 7 IS ami l;wunl San Francisco Altn. ing nil thoso days the shrill, discordant rat.'& aajaMajrweMppg mws j' ' "W Lvo. Liicttter " 8 OS a m' New York Sun A Carion, Nov., man has gone nnd in- tle of 10,000 matracas roso above the Babel oo a in Atr Kltiunul "Things nro all going to smash," said n vented a machine to avoid tho of human voices. These little instruments rt oo a m I Lve Hlclimond i m I'tsrlcftlj' waiter in a liroad street reitaurant "It's law, which hns been a dead failure thus far. of auricular torture nro I'ill'M Mill Vf 7 OJ a m 2 26 a in Arr. Winchester.. of tin, thard for a man to mnki even a lure living A bugo chunk of Ico Is slung in tho center of ivory, wood, oven of gold made silver, iron, Curoel. 8 ill a m 3 18am Q) lOUISVIttC KtwAtBAHYSCHICACORArr Paris and nnd In in these times, Ju.t think of It only 9J 000 a revolving table, und buvoragos, boor, ... 7 23 a ml "i 30 p m 2 30 pm Lve. Islington imaginable sba)e. Somo nro in tbo shares of stick dealt in during the whole whisky, etc., are placed all over it Tho all 8 13 a ui 3 23 p m 3 3.1 Lve pm form of humming birds, peacocks, birds of Coaohoa and Pullman Arr. Paris Through Covington day, und most of that in 'washing.' That's citizens draw up their chairs all around, call paradise, chickens, parrot?; II 30 a ml ! 00 ji m C Mj'in others nro liko No Knifo, Llgnturo or Caustic Slooping Cars what kills our business down bare. If tbo for their drinks, nnd tho game commencos gridirons, frying pans musical Used. From brokurs don't make any money, why, they by tho twilling of tho revolving whoel or fruits, floworj, or reptiles. instruments, 31YS1MK IIUA.NVH. Everybody don't give us any. In Hum timas, when table. Whatover htops in front of each mint have cue, from tho dignified crand- I.oiilvlli to CIllCllO, !o. 61, No. Si.' iiOJ.OOJ shares a day or more passed urounJ, one's chair hi must drink, and whoever parent to tho baby In arms, un 1 by twirling Dally 2 we mad3 big piles. Five dollars a day was fails to do so has tho whoh circle to pay for. No Detention Trom jF.r. b'un. V.x, tlun. Ut Chicago, Uom rapidly a most unearthly, rasping, Treatment Mild. C'hicinnitti A broker who had ma lo a couple Tbo excitoment grows more and more incommon. gi lading sound is producod by wooden Busiutsr. of hundrod at a turn dilu't think anvthlns tense at tho gamo proiiossos, and many a prnus In. Me. Too noiso is intended to 25 P ImlliuiiipoIlH Ut CIiIciiko. LTf ;,n,.0'-'"i aj u iui ij.i n m of tossing out half a dollar, and we didn't substantial Carsonlto goes homo to bod tyii.ty and ri lieu 0 tiio cries of ths Jews. Parit. 8 20 a in, 8 23 p m 'Crucify Hun' Crucify Him1'' as they folthink much of anyone who gave us loss than drunk. Arr Mayivllle m 0 m 7 60 p m THROUGH TIME TABLE Xo lowed Chrl-- t to his death. Cure Cortrtlii nnd reruianeiit. Somo brokers usod to pay us $2 u ijuartor. No. 32 No. 81 Already tho sale of Judavn had comAnd Slado No Sign. Now we are "lucky Via Louisville: or SU a wool: regularly. Cure, No Vay. tlOOTII.RoPND. Dally Dally menced, fnr on tho following Sun lay the ITho Current if no got a iifckol. "IVo made most of our Kx. Bun. Kx. bun A langor, having onco beard tho cowboy strangost of nil Mexican ceivuiruios' took 7 40 p lu d income by fees in old days, but now wo 7 S3 a m Lvo. liuisvlllo... placa, in tlw burning of tho traitor. DurOojTm S 43 n tn 3 20 a m Lve Maytvllle. . I S 80 p m Lufayotte on small wagos. I tell you it's hard, brass band, was about to bnng. "I)t me," ing nil Holy Week man wero continually per S 10 a in 3 IS p m Given lo Chron- Arr. Chicago 8 00 a IU Arr Paris 8 20 p in . " soon I don't know he Implored, "dlo to a slow chord!'' But they, ambulating tho streets, holding high abovw Special Attention also and if thero isn't a turn " Islington.. 0 10 a m fi 10 p nt his captors, in that they did mistake tho tho hoads of tho multitude lung polos " Civlnton ic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, where the waittrs will laud In tho II 30n in fi 00 pm Via Cincinnati; thing for which ho askod, pulled him gently. by ho.jps, upon which wero susprobably." NOKK Traini 3 and 4 are .tnllf i.AUAnK vn, li fl;utoi, in every Thoroforo he diod and tnudo no sign, and pended tho most groto-qui.t.ai I'vl wf vil v 17 30 n us IU 43 p in Chester Lve. Cincinnati thoy, going forth, know not tbolr error to couceivablo color, shnio aud decree of dew a p iu ii u p m an' daily Islington and Oivloeton: othrr i,nir. IudlanatVrilt Clrciuuitnncos Alter Coses. except bundny, At well as all Dlscatet peculiar to Women. formity, and all with borni and crooked 0 85 a m 8 20 p m Arr. Chicago this day. train No runt via Lexington ami Pari.. n.i IChleago Tribune barks nnd twhtod limbs. These nro 111 lod not via Winchester an 1 l'Jrlt. Charges moderate. Dr. N. can bo conmlt! free Hilly. t Dally exiept Hun. lay. Kiid nn Impatient woman waiting for tho with firecrackers, tho moustache or tall ri barge and will be louoJ at Ills oco at all Walt Whitman's Grief. Dlrtcl conn eilnnsare made at Winchester with dosing of the Clark street bridge: "I don't forming ths fuse, and millions of tltueat.r tbo next three nicntbs Chestreake A Ohio for Mt Sterling Aiblan 1 (.New York World. UiintdigtoD, CPAtleatoo, W. Va., an.l Eattcrn tit- nro following zen annually oxplodod. think thoy ought to allow bridgas to bo opon them At Iiypcrm'tt'oi lie refcrt to the Ho turo your tickets read via the For mora than a week tho lea this wny so long, so pooplo can't get across." Whitman's humble chamber window of Walt 10 o'clock on Bailor Sunday, when the tleiueii'J. . Illiley, (? A Iiekey, M Irwin, In Mlcltlo stroot, . cathedral bells peul forth tn commemoration StaMonl, Ky.i Judge (i F. Leo, Toinilurnhy rLi" tho tamo woman an hour afterward Camden, has displayed a Said b,iii Frulna,' V.TV8!.1"1'1 4,rl'T!a Wln.heslcr XdONON rullnianMocplng of Victor of Christ's resurrection, they aro all touohed M. tfr'"'inio',,'t Sim ("oak, l portrait V. 'I oik pie, John Cincinnati and Itlrhiuond, Va aud 'Wlnf be let . in board tho Lako Superior steamer Peer-fcs- Hugo, drnpod in crapo, ploaslugly Indicating off at once, and tha air is tilted with flying Ky.i l'.ev J. A. Bogle, ilu IMirl'lr; II. li. (I.. N. A. & C. U'y) at It Is the quickest, the belt nnd Washington, li. C. Thos. waiting for tho Clark street bridgo to tbo kind fellow-foolintho great poets havo traitors everywhere over ths length and futton. J.tiC. ltoilti'on, Lineaster KyiKy.s J. H. and mottdlrrct line toChlcitxoaiid paints ,,cl ""'l bsggngn cbeckcl to any Chrliman. Klikivllle, Walker, C. torn. "It seems strange that a bridgetonder for ouo another. In the Northwest. breadth of Mexico. destination rachod by s rallroa.l. Joticsou, IJryanttvllle, Ky.j J P. Daniel, will Uoep n steamboat waiting In this way." H. F U. JIOIWB, , efen. Uw. W. II. WHITTLKHF.V, Tickets via the Monon Units on ts'c at all irf n J Uosley, Lebtnon, Uy Paisenger A gent, Trav. Pass. A gent. Is. Cauipbe Isvllle, Ky.; A. A. McOlunlt, Howling clpal ticket otlieet. For rates, nupi nud lull iu HLnnPLE-JSNIOHTCUIIKD. hrsilth aiUsireet liroaih (ireen. Ky.; (ieo. Pohoo, JuJge J w- - Huijhos, CATAI'.Itll uiide miserable by that IbruiRtlim, aillroM Gon. Washington was a marshal of Franco C. W. SMITH, V A., Cbloiga. u mate, MeAfot, Ky, H. w. FULLUII IMLfiWlN.O tha finlv American who over nnlnvA.1 Hint tcrlUlc eoifjb. blilloh's Cure l the remedy for tccurcd ly rihtlolt's Catirrh I'.euudy. 1'rlco Mc. Jlnrrodil.mg, Ky.jC.C. ah 'Jenoral JIanagcr. t . J. U'UtlLLV, O. d. A., Louisville m t?0n. jrou. For sale by feuny Jt McilUur. For tala by Penny A. McAllster. high honor. . , l'Pr-tor- Smt-ScLtech- ly Jntcnorjonnml FEOPLE WHO THINK ALOUD. MEXICAN CUSTOMS. I l'an-(tang- 1'rl-da- Olil-Tlm- " 1 one-side- d 1 e. fnr-fam- d e. post-rUe- ra no-tlco- trto-lino- d AN AfT for takloc the sne or the stood pwple of this Commonwealth is t the necessity nnd f illfncr ol culling n Contention to amend tho n Coniuttitinii in? ' piits. lli,inntr of omitted to vote for lteprMeottiTW. Wiikrkas, ciptrlence bus pointed out tho of amending the Constitution nnd the nc cuslty and expediency ol calling a Convention for that purpo'o; therefore " Ik it HmtMXy IU Central AitttnUtl f ' M0ltlrfM J'tnlHfkti I11M for li 1. That atthorjeUUentral KtwMoli lleprwentatlTM to the Oouenil Aiwuitl . It shall bothodutjrortue several blierlrtsnud other of Llcctlon to open a pall for taking the sense of the people lor calling a Convention to amend toe Constitution, and mule a return to the Secretary of tftste, for the the tlmo being, of the names of all tboee entitled to vote for Kprntativc who have voted for railing such Convention. That for any lalluro to perform the duties i 2 prticrlbed In tho first section ot this Act. every or other returning oltWr shall lo llaW to thrlU( n line ftlx hundred dollr. to bo recovered by Indictment of the Orand Jury tn any Court having Jurisdiction nnd ihall upon lanvlcttoa ho subject to removal from oifice. 3 That It shall bo the duty of tho Ollicera ol Klectlon to propound to every voter the iiueitlou. "Do vott vote lor calling a Convention or not?" Aud Iftuch Toter shall nuiwcr Iu tuo nnlruiatlve, voting for svd Conhit name shall bo recorded vention. 4. That all Amimois are hireliy ropilred to enroll, In a column which each shall 0ven In Jilt Ataetsii'tlMok for that purpose, tho namet of all citizens having the right to voto tor llepreienta. tlvitfor the year lSJa. But 1J Attettort thall not enroll In tueh column the n.iuie or any person d unless they tballnt the time know that he r ;ald election, lo Tote for representative be founded only upon and tuch knowledge slitll lithe prraonal acquaintance 01 me AU'euuii or 2)tufflclenttnformatloi obtained bv him d'ret-- r from the neraon whose name It enrolled, or a Mtlsiiriorr itateuient under oath, from other creditable prsont who know the laid necesiary to the (jutllncatlor. of such voter Any assessor enrolling In aM column any name, without inch knowledge or inlormatlon. shall bo deemed guilty of m sdemeanor and lined tn a turn of not le than twenty nsr more than fifty do.lart for each an.l every name thut Improperly enrolled, which flue recovere.lln any Court having JurltJIctloa uiav and thall be tor the benefit of the common tihoolt. Said Alienor tlull be governed In all cases by tny lawt then tn force to prevent Illegal voting. Said column written in a fair, legible manner, shall bo retorm-d- . with said Assessor! book to the Auditor, who ib.ll make out a copy or tald columns and deposit time In the office ot the Secretary of State, to be rei)rltd by him to the next Ueneral Assem-bl- CHAPTKU 27 n" LUJVIBER YARD.; J"aVe6iBL! '-"1 "I-!- .fe (i. i iaVf e . OtH-er- HALE'S WELL, health-giving Through Trunk Line n IGK! ICE! ICE! 4 SOUTH & WEST Urn-title- OPERA HOUSE, Mary's Mills" 1 r. KNTI8T, is) r y. Moxl-cana- TH0RNDALE BOY! StmiU 1194-Iyr- toex-aulne- e, w. LUMBER! St. Louis & tho West Court-Uou- CI.I.. Lo'j-XL- IL A.-t- itj GILT EDGE! DOLLARS O. & M. Fast and Suro happy-go-luck- y iu, v. pur-pAs- high-pitche- "Par-fl-ri-- lltli, STEVE WALKER! W.liWTT7 1 V FEMALEC0LLEGE SEPTEMBER u nt j. j. L1.B. forget-me-not- s, i" MYERS HOTEL o STANFORD. KY. Propr Li:.visjTo and Still Roputation, . . a msvissxvi I 4 i unfc-tiinatol- nn-cbi- it ,-000 Dr. E. J. Niclcorson, boat-load- tfORin-BotiM- Prencr.-Americn- and , antl-treatin- g ri(iila I NoaTlt-ItODN- Iy .;:.? 1 de-m- poor-feous- a I ; -- I 1 ' t ttl ? Rouri?, il g McKIn-ney;Kv;- IVts-.Aj- '