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Stmi-Sftcehl- mtfn NO. 37. ratiirwi i hi STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1885. $nicrior journal Frithiv AN LAND, STOCK AND CROP GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. -- m i) PURE "PINE-TOP.- " WITH THE PECULIAR rubUKhal TitcmUtuH (tml When paid strictly Id advance. wait anr tliQc. 83.no will Grans and Brier Scythes. T. ll.Walton., The crop are beginning to need rain bidl- -. Ha.OO X331l ANNUM If we have to EXPEnlLC WHISKY OF THE SOUTHWEST. of tho Article An A rt'ntlsti's DIukuosI Irresistible Dnslrn for hhyltockuts A Sinking thn VIIIiibo Ited-IIMonstrous C'vntlpiMlc. ot I le charsed. W. P. WALTON. "STHONG 1 TO ENDURE." Now York Pun 1 A gentleman who recently returned from lUt a low, iUMt calling night and day, Como hltbor, lionrt! Como swiftly down this tho fouthwost gnvo a reporter tho following graphic account of his experience iu that wny, region: Outreach and longing havo their limit Wo were twelve hours gottln; to Silver otul, goV arms tend. And coldest sourcoi to tho City. There was no city there, o we outtotlnd tliosllvur. Ti get lid of this I lilt a low, itteot railing soon rind Into Why vrnvor, heartl Wny heed tlio clnltni part of my story, I'll Just ny tbet the min other the was there, but for some icnou of Into We silver ha I gone somewhere el 9. Olve clinging lips for v rotted ones of woj monkeyed around tliera for u ilny or two, And wreck tiio only bslng tbnt ho know! and then we fouuU that our cjininWury To which my on) unties Answer strong nud couslttd of two or three empty clear, llaski. Then, of courrc, wo ha I to forage. Unsullied lova li closer Uwveu, dear! Tho (rotted moth, betiiucked of moon nnd I asked a native If wo could get nny whisky In tbo e irts tar, "'Wall. I tecLon If ye con't git none Outiuwirth wing that fierce tlaine-iv- s ceilings mar. 'round h'yar', said he, 'that th' hain't no e use yer totli)' yet Jug anywlmr Tbo cyrlost .now amid air deserts drear. 'Scapes earthllost toil in hor hard ntiiKW- - olse" " 'Is it koH' said we. (there, "'GooJ!' jld the native Good: It's Tho' cold nnd stem, li puro Leyond com- pine-tow risky, It Is' Why, it, jmru. Loosing her mow to lay her boulder bare. it'll flro yo up like burn In' the hair olf a dog, Is bettor'n a gallon o' Two driuk of plue-ttTli 9 heavlost lot that destiny ordains greasy rye or b'urbln. Is pine-to- p yer May through truth' Leauteoui foroo wear whisky goodl Wall, it' got more tooth llowory chain, saw.' nor a crot-?u- t And In tho (flow of that dlvlnnM po.ro This uutive, by tho way, kept a saloon Uani nobler far than yield I' to eulun. at S Ivor City. We toll hint wa liked his diagnosis of pine-towhisky nnd would take DIVING AFTER CORAL. agallon. Wo did w, nnd we drank itbyde Hitiniiiilng About In Stnnj- - drove) r.l gns. It loft tho dark brown taito In our when wo mouths that you could to llrlow the Ben Tho Corul ISiislniss. breathed When wo got back to Hot Springs, New ott Mm Interview I can't answer for tho feelings of the others, "Yes, tho coral business it tol'ablo. A! but I was toizol with & wild dosiro to oltlur colleges take collections, I' get up n dog light or eet fire to a load of hay tho schools nnd they onu git 'cm cheap enough, and w sell l thnt stood iu the strost. 1 wasn't drunk, Tim country but the pine-to- p heap to tlwi soasido rtnortt. was working. Winn the ptHipla think they come out of the untei traiu that was to tnke us to Malvern Juncright nlong shore; It' all tho same to them. tion was ready, tho stoam escaping fiom the Tho kinds I deal In U brain cornl, branch locomotivo Kuggeited to me thnt life would wper, leaf ami oral Ilonttu henceforth be a burden utile I hnd 10U cr coral bring a big price. It t!at. after I' so uf to flro ouT there nnd tbon. It bleached, and iptor cmm! taste Koine one said I couM get them nt Malvern, It' Illo after i.eil Thn and 1 Umrled tho train with my friend, aul ws fetch t fans, sea i U, har'i get olT again three times to lick the congullV Jaws, tiK. hnwkbill tnrtle, ductor Wnue he wouldn't start the train ami n little of everything. Cora Mil ly until his time was up. My desire for skythe pict from V) cants to t! rockets had uwnkenel a similar deire for ' Yee, we torn curious tights, btit m sky rocket In the others, and j aked one Kit ummI Ui IL Wo go to what they call tlt another how we had over managed to got 'Mnrkey,' about forty miIUm or h the est'nrc nlong thus far without them. The train of Key W'ssst. You m i xit cxal any Mm had hardly stopped at Mnlveui befuro we but IImi summer's th U- ; theu there is lit were out of it. A boy, lunocont nnd and hi tan tie wind tbe hot stood with bis mouth ojmsii, gazing tutu In forty fotst. In the "inter we use t nt the train. Something sold to me that tilth a ghis bottom, isn set and this boy knew where there were drift nlimg nnd look doun thnnijli, and galore. I grabbed him by the arm nud when vie see anything git over for it whirled him around and yelled: There' lialf a doieti kinds of coral thnt " 'Get me the or I'll slico you nre common, nnd mostly tliey grw auirl up" nud In certniu jdnces. What we call brunch "The boy w.n soared half to death. The com) Is found all oret tlie Hits, where there rest of tlte party got hold of him nnd yeltel ; is sandy bottom, crow Ing kind of for sky rocket. I'retty hoon he broke away Lul vshen it glte nloug towarl the edgo ol nnd tore up tlte street like mad. We tore the channel the brandies grow longer, niiu after bim. He ran into n store nud we follot: like regular branclMt uf n ttve, ncd lowed him Whether lie led us there on e inattml ho thick that you can't mmj the bottom or merely ran In to ocnjj us 1 don't or get your Hit In between 'em. SjiuUii.t, know, but I do know that the storekoeiwr when wo want to Rlt n line pieca of branch, kept n little of everything, and had fifty we jlivo down Into tbo channel, and, I tell sky rocket. We taught them all, aul proou, it's a lino sight. When you git dawn ceeded at onco to fot them on" There is one thirty foot, say, It's as light as day when street iu Malvern, nnd it is built right up n there's a ood sun right overhand, ni 1 there hill. Wo set our sky rockets going plumb up you are In front of n wall of thow Vre c rnl that hill as fast ai we could touch 'em ofT. Irolnts, a Kiltd front, all of a browntthor When wo commenced there wero horM nnd olive oolor. If you git down to the wngon3 tin 1 in front of overy store in the b-- ttoni you'll see crawllih-uhlp- i to street. mil fro. Tluy llvo under th) oortl, and 011 l Whit! Hang!' would go top mid In between the black spots are big rocket, and snap would go n Imltsr strap The a eggs, with spinet six inches lung i or two, nud in less than three minutei there coral is covored with Ushes of all kinds-parr- ots, was nothing to be iwcn in thnt town but runyellow tails and gruntt. away auols, horo and mule. It was oqu'il to a The fishes havo a doznt or more oolors, and starapedoof cattle on tho plains. Tho inoro one kind that I think leati 'em all Is pure thoy ran the mora wo bombardod, until blue f mm lioatl to foot It's ouly about nix was u stretch of tiro going up that hill Inches long, nud I invar saw them away there without n break in it from ono end V) the from the lu hoadh other, l'eoplo were shouting and howling "Aftur prnctloe you caa stay down throe from window ', Storekeepers came out and or four minute', nnl by swimming along put up their sbutton, nnd if over with our eyes open you can git a look at there was u t town it was lot, nnd thou try ami break olT a branch Malvern about thut time. The train wo the wi'.h n Lont.hook of iron. Somotlmei we were to Like was nbout due at tho Junction liavo to go down four or five tlmvi to git h then, nud tho agent t the coinA'.iy, who plce: then, if It' big, put n rope around it, knew me well, managed to get Wthln speakand haul it ui. Most of the small cornl can ing distance f me nnd make me understand Ihj picked up with a hook that loAs like a that they were organizing n cmiinltteoof but it' apt to break it, citizen to tnke us ill nnd ride us out of town pair of oyster-hook8.) I generally go overborn 1 when the corul ill n wny we tlidn't care to go. and wo nlu't too thick. Thero' one place I know gathered up our remaining rockets and whvre for lLtO acres it's i thick thr.t Hito tnado for the depot. The traiu didn't como nln't n plnco to put your foot one big Held a. minute tog so u, for it bad hardly pulled of branch cornl. 'ihe big bonds gem-rallout when the oommlttod cann sweeping groivm tbo odgo of n Hat tlmt'i covered w itli down to the depot. Then wo tired rocket) grn-1right near the tvlgo of the clifiutul, at thorn from windows nnl platform), nud nnd I can tako you to n p)t wlnrj tliero's loft tho t jwn In n blazj of glory. cornl heads thnt nro ten foot ncrou nnd six "Aftor the rocket were gono I thought if high. Somo of the big one weigh ovor there v us one thing thnt would make mo Wlien they get big they often hnppy it would bo to kill coutipodes, and ns I.ikW pounds. die nnny on top, nml llnally g.t hollowed there wero none on tho train I fully Inout and look llko bU vases hoMing augel tel! led to got oil' nt tho next station nud go lliho, cmwrtli, nnd n little of ovorythlng. back south nud kill centipede'. You nover mm t'10 big heads here, becnus 1 after uanl changed my mind and said I evvils can't get near 'out, nud n smnll boat would return to St. 1juis llrst, get my two wouldn't hold one. In wnter nbout twenty dog, nnd then go toTexas nud spend a week fejt deep wo git tho InMt or ho at centipede hunting When I got to to twtlity-llv- o plocw. what tboy call roj cornl. I git thorn St, Louis tho pine-towas working off, for by dlvln', iu they're s smnll you can't seo I hadn't had u drop for two days. 'otn linnlly. I've got bunches not blg?or Still the centipede Idea wns strong with! u than your hnnd, nnd got 1 10 isr 'oni. Tretty me. I wont to my room at the Lludell house n'n'f no tmin fn m " and went to bod. As I lay there with tho gas turned very low .1 saw ono side of n sloping A SiHcojiIut Soli c in r. roof obtrudo itsolf through tho window of SVv York Sun my room. On tho roof lay a centlpodo "For n whllo after I was married my din- nearly two foot long nbout four time tho ner usod to Lo from llvo to ten minutes usual slz). It was workinj its bund rod of lato," mid nn experienced husband, ''but I hideous logs along, whou suddenly It rolled soon remedied tho matter." from tho rjjf nnl fell with n sound liko a "How did you accomplish Its askod big spongo full of wator on tho floor in my husband, anxiously. "I'm having tho room. Instantly my two dogs, n nnd a Kkyo terrier, buckled Into tho tame trcublo." 'Kasy onough, AViisn my wifo would centipodo. Tho ceutlpode struck tho black como in nnd say, Tin sorry, doar, but tllu and-tuono blow, and he keoled over llko a I would reply, tenpin en tho door, nud began to swell until nor Is n llttlo lato 'Good I I'll havo tlmo to stop around tho ho looked like n toadilsh with a dog's head. comer nnd got a drink.' Try that plan; It' Then tbo centlpodo and tho Kkyo had It hot a good one." anl heavy around that room, but tho centl-pod- e wan too much for tho dog, and n min-ut- o Another rimornina. or so bo was swelling up, and ho (Clilcago Herald.l swelled up so much thnt ho floated up to The llorlln pnintors, Dracht, Koch and the colling, nnd wont bobbing along ngninst Hochllng, who executed tho huge pmonuin It liko you've soon bojtles on u summer of tho bnttlo of Sedan, havo rocolvod a com. night. After tho had settled tho Chattanooga ou centipede ro-- up dos en boonhimself and inlsilon topnintthobattloof on ono of spend two tho funio tcale. Tho artists are to mndosti night for me, I didn't wait for months In Tennouo studying the theatro of him, but git out of thnt lod llko a tlnsli, tho conflict, and thou return to Uorllu, and cut out of tho room Just ns quick. whero tho plcturo is to bo palntol. "It is probably needless to sty that there wan noceutip?do there at nil. It was nil Confucius: Tno injury of prodigality I forgot how many dtsn piiie-t- p whisky. loads to this, that ha who will not ecouomizo of bromldo and Rtuir thoy ilxod mo up with, will havo to ngonlzj. but it took a good many. You can use your Jud Lnfngau: Tho man who fools certain own judgment, but if ever you go down to whisky If Arkansas I'd go light ou pluo-tc- p that ho is a grnnd failure, is iu reality selI were you." dom mistaken. Miss IllrUnd In st WinCeld Koatli bought of Mattingly. & Slums 10 head of mulee and Iiohos at pricea tanging from $130 to SHO per bend rLebanonStandnrd. Tlieprent LorilUrd Stake for trhee-- 1 year-oldworlh to the winner between $6,000 and $3,000, wan won at Mammoth Park Tuesday by Wnnda. In Louisville, cattle are dull t 1J to o ocrub to beet; hogs are active and firm at 3 to 140; hep t at 1 to a and laml are In demand at 3 lo 4 cento. Fifty head of the be-- t Jerer cattle ever put up at miction will be o!d br J. B f, j t dog-gon- p doj-gon- a p S II Cslloway raifed lonnnniu fif lianin . whinh of tnhxrrv) hesold as follows: Tobsccc, $297150; hemp,$15Sfl.l8, being the rece p a of the product of twenty-fiv- e acres of A hogihead of un cured wrapper, grown in Louisa county, ., by F. M. i,A. In Richmond at SlOs per Perkins, wis , pound. Six packages sa e weighing 2,410 poundo, brought 5i C 02 .: Timothy meadows in this county will hardly pay for the cuttiog this year. Levy a bunch of s . ock hogs of Eli ''' ,,, VallacM lie Lexirg'ontotk yard, Ju'v 15th. Odr hreder should make a note of, ,..,. ,,,., ...,,.. ... Intte ... .... I ' Lancaster. 'W. H. O'Neal, of Verona, a hero vmtinj,' relatiieF. He thinks of purcbas ing property In this place and removiog to it. Capt. Boston Dillion has a bran new 'hue and will likely begin running it to connect with the C. S. trains at Din ville , The German Dancing Club give one of their delightful impromptu hops Friday evening at the Odd Fellow's Hall. Va- lunt's Italian Orchestra, of Louisville, will furnish the music for the occaeion. Mia Abbie Folger, of Bryanteville, is the guest of Mr. W. A. Arnold. Mies Ma rv Annie Wllinore, of Jeamlne, I the guest of Miw Mamie Old Mi Minnie Walker, of Paint Lick. i visiting her-- . -- AtTnoiup- --.'djwelrr hoiie i eeen one of thoetueeitul ornament that ate oo , -- Dr. IMSIENSE STOCK OF e Willi -- i' 91 M aOJ3Wm ,nrs a ill tbst srsrntx 'Dili si .IS "Ml ASI.Mll! . ii-- tm ii vjsi r .1 i i UL jjl TKIJUHIED AXI- - READY FOR THE WALL! AT M'EOBEETS ALL PUIOEN & STAG-G'S- . D STYLES. . ltUl-'c- . now-n-dav- H. 1 C. RUPLEY! e i p 1 rue-shap- .l ts )ir 1 1 - uusus-toctln- g, Ut sky-rock- mondsand with erej of rubies It is val- ued at $355 and li one of the finest ever eeen in Lancaster. .ur. tilraml.jth well died Wednesday m"ilng of liver troubles in he 30th year ., h of i,j. life. i(,...i. funeral at the famy residence bu remains were interred In the Pslnt Lick Thureday r,......, .... for eeveral yearemorn ng. deputy Bhenfl in this county and a man more weight llo lbs, at 3j cents per,..i. belikei than he cou ,. not be found, lb. J. H. Besuden has sold to John A. "A servant girl who permits no famUinri- Judy G3 head of first-cla1,000 lb. cattle, atoj cents per pound to be delivered this ties on the part of the gentlemen of the house," advertised for a place In Cincinnati Wincheiter Democrat. month. nd received 5S0 answers in two days all The sales of leaf tobacco In Louisville - from ladies. during tho month of June amounted to 13,L:cut eating is becoming common at 954 hogsheads, while the sales in all other 'e!' Chester, Pa. In cooking them the western market, Cincinnati included, amounted to 17,790 hogshead. The siles wings and legs are removed and they are here in the half year amounted to 74,502 thrown in boiling water for a few minutes, hogshead, and in all other Western mar j They are then transferred to a frying pan ket, including Cincinnati, the eales In that of hot butter and cooked for about five period amounted to only 75,947 hogsheads, minutes. In North Carolina, where tho Leglala Courier Journal. Paris Cotrnr Abont 300 cattle on ture recently appropriated $30,000 for the the market. One lot long yearling benefit of dibled o!dieM who had served brought $31, Oar lot cood long yearling in theconfederate army, on the supposition Good calve sold at ,faat there would be abont 1,000 applicant. brifersbrouitht S2 from SIS to $21. Common mule dull. A ech ' "horn would receive $30, over 3- ,few food nne kjI.I at from $175 to S200. 00? "PP'Ictnts have already presented their Owing lo the prospect of Urge pucar c,aim'. nd itiis thought that the whole crop in the South good mule are looking nun,r will reach 4 000. If this expecta-urelizd, each disabled veteran will in price. Farmers might do well t0 tIori receive the munificent sum of $7 50. bold good one at good prices. ,Mi,.. pin shape of -- lo first water ""ui-n dia- - i.t have received and still receiving NEW GOODSrSPRING& SUMMER Comprising tbe best In the market, which will be ii! "..... ' ..,..., Gotten Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Nono in City or Countay. Giro Sic a Trial. naii.. H- -- O- - RTJPLET. FIRE INSURANCE.. sTISTO- - 1ML. A.T Cocar-HocsE Masonheimer's Restaurant OrrosiTi I DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY, PHILIPS, Meals are served at all hours. Game always on hand and ln Its season, oysters fresh fish, and slm- - Represents the Best and most Prompt-Payin- g Usr delicacies served In all styles and on shorts! his rates are very low, Olve hlsa notice. Look out for the sign "woodbine Restau'tmU 2. rant" and call when you are hungry. JIASOS11EXJ1EII Jb CO.. F. IF YOU WANT TO Danville, Ky. STANFORD, KY., ir. GAME BAG, FOR SALE, PRIVATELY, FILL YOUR MAKE AND j A DESIRABLE DWELLING AND STORE- -' house combined. Best business location ln the place. A bargain can I bad by addressing or applying atonce to T. CIllCISTElttiOS. U-2- J. BIG SCORES, USE McKtcney, Ky. INCOEPORATION NOTICE OF EM1N0I0N IFLES-ZH- THE KY. HEATPENDER GO E p low-like- pur-jws- "'Fm vh-h-b- red-ho- , p black-and-ta- n n 1 THi; REV. GEO H, TliAYER, of Bourbon AN ACT lor taking the seme ef the good people of Ind.,ssyi "BMh myself and wife owe our lire tbli Commonwealth sstotbe neeenlty snlnp-dlrnc- T to shlloh'i CoEsumptloa Cure " Tor sale by fen et rsll.nc a Contention to anion.! the Coettllutlvo mid toacerUtR tbeunwbtr of per- ny A Mo.lllster sons cmitml to Tote for ItrtrsiititiTM. What Will Surely Do It. ".'iikrius, eiileur hsi pointed out the One's hair begins to fall out from many causes. ol amending the I'unitltatlon and the dJ rx;rdlncr ol celling a C oETrutlon fei The iwportiat .I'lestlon Is, what is sure to make It grow laajslD" AeeorJlng to the testimony of thst urM. r. therefore Jlf II Kiitrt'Jty Ofnt i! Ant ii o 1'if 0M' thousand, Parker's Hair lUlsau will Jo It. It '(UltklycoTerj lull ijioti, restores the original col mvHUtatl of Krhlfky i 1 Thst at thencu Oeorral Klertton hild for or when the hair Is gray or faded, eradicates dand HcprMentatltM to theOenrrsi Astrml-- l , It shall rud acd ciases the scalp to fetl cool and well. It n be the duty of the several Micritti and ether Is net dye, not greaiy, highly perfumed, safe of Uectlon to oitu a jxill tor taklag the tense tor calling a Conrfnttoa to amend Neter disippolnts those uh rei u're a nice, rella of thn the ComtltutloB, l mule a return tn the tfecrt-tar- hie JrenlDg. of State, for the tlie time belni;, of the names of all those entitled to sote for itcpretentatiTis Tired and Languid Women wi.o nave Totcti lor caiuug mca (.onrention. How many women there areof whom these words 2 That fur anr failure to Mrfarai the duties ... .... M.icrtWIntiienrat srcllonot this Act. every"' lrue' lat' leei janguw ana wed, Hardly therltt or other returning otlirer slisll te 1U11- - to aVlc to hear their weight on their feet, tho bloom a Anet Mix hundred dollars, to be recor red by all gone from their theeks, Irritable and cross juilsJlctlon and sbsli upon onrictton be subject without meaning to be, nerves all upset, worried with tbe children, tretted over little things, a to removal from office. j 3 That It shall be the duty of the Officers ot burden t themselves and yet with no acute dls to propound to erery voter the queitton, eisees' What a pity It Is. Rut a few bottles of Election a Convention or not"' lor "Io you volevoter callingauswer in the affirmative, Parker's Tonic wllldrlvejall this away and relieve shall And if such came shall be recorded as lotlng for sa d Con- the troubles peculiar to tbelr 94x, his vention. 1. That all Assessors arc htreby rtiuirel to Louisville Ky., Feb. 8, 1SS: enroll. In acolumu wklch each shall open In bis lam familiar with the isrmulaanl the method A users 3t 'sliook for that purpose, all the ntrues of of preparation of .the "Faviosj. Toorii Ws.su" rltUens havlDgthc right to vote for Representatives for Ihe year 1893. Hut said Assessors shall and can certify that It contains no acids, and In name of not enroll In sueh column tbe wU U -' know that ife theyshal. titled to vote for Representative of said election ucl Illo nif own fjiullr with much satisfaction, and such knowledge shall lie lnundnl only upon and can cheerfully reotumsod Has a most excellit-- personal auiuainlsnrt ul tillmiliclent Informutlou obtained the lilm dine"-I-or) lent prepiritlon cleansing the teeth and (Ji br Yours, etc., tbe breath. from the person whose nnmels eurolli.I, or till r Mtlstatory statement under oath, from other J. P. IUrm . M. I. Analytical Chemist. persona who know the tarts HKessiry ircdltable Prepatcd only by Fi.uosa Chemical Co., Louisto the rU!lflitlon of such voter Any enrolling in said rtilnmn any name, without such ville. For sale by M.L Dsurce, Stanford, Ky. knowledge or information, shall I deemed guilty of in sdemeanor and anedln a sum of uot le-- s tb.m Consumption Cured. twenty nar more than fifty doilxrs for eoch nnd' An old physician, retired from practice, havlrg which fine eiery name thin Improperly eniolled.jurisdiction rtcuvered In anr Court hating had placed in his hanJs by an East India mission ma? aud shall le fjrlhe hnfit nfthecimiuon Khools. ary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy for (aid Assessor shall be governed In all cases by tne laws then In force to prevent Illegal voting Ssld the speedy and permanent cure of Contumptlon, legible manner, shall lo Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma and all Throat nnd i oluiiin written In a fair, retornMl, with said Assessor's bosk to tho Audit- - Lung AUectlous, also a posltivo and ra Ileal cure nr, who snail mace oui a copy 01 saia eouuuui nnu de.Mlt stmeln theotiiro bl the Fecretary of State, for Xervous debility and all Nervous Complaints, to I e te ported by him to the next General Assem-llaftr having tested Its wonderful curative powers tn thoimuds of cnss, has felt It his duty to make .,, ,. . .1 it tuan 1ms ino uiiir 01 imcii vrvur in .. .KCOWn .,0 ,u" ..a.., " " Auaira vj olllee f the year 185. before he shall have eater- upon the duties of his othre, to go htfure tbe this motlvo and a desire to relieve huiaan sutrer-Jiided of the County Court snd make the following ine, i will send free of cbatge, to all who desire .. tptIiw In (ierman French or tngllsh, oath I do solemnly (ear that I will faithfully asce.taln the number of qualified persons to vote "; and using. Sect lor Representatives In the district tor which I have with full directions for Wen chosen Assessor for the year 13S5, and will j. wan j,j. addressing with stamp, naming this W. A. .Nov, 119 Power. Block, Roches- U'ta'x'VTthe ut,d?ytM.y,,,jU5r. ter. N. V. i 0. e'ald Assessors arp hereby rouiroa toex-a- it lteou cath as to his right to vote tor Represen tative, any person or wiioserigni so 10 toiosucu FllEE DISTItmUTIOX. AssesMir has any doubt whatever; and our one " What causes the great rush nt Slerioberts & .. ... I.n .k.tl l.nAi.tnnlr iivn,. fal.olv HltWBunn ftnui.,uni; " 7. '. IlllllCXnillllll as to his sild light, shall be liable to nil the pains itasrg's Prug Store'" The free distribution of sample and renslttesofthe crlmo of perjury; nnd every bottles of Dr. Itosanko's Cough and Lung ?: nip, the Assessor shall write opposite to tbe name ol each most popular remedy fir Coughs, Colds, Consumption person thus sworn the word "sworn." . 7, Ilshall he the duty of the Secretary of And bronchitis uow en the maiket. Regular tlroM Stale to have this Act advertised In one weekly rents nnd fil.CO. newspaper In each county of the Commonwealth preceding the eltc-tlo- n JIST AS GOOD. lorto'r weeks, nearly or next papers of the city of and In one of the dally Tt'ar) unscrupulous dealers mn) tell jou they have immi'dlately prior Louisville for thirty days thereto; and In every county said Secretary shall remidles for Coughs nnd Colds equitl in uteri, an In door a copy ev.'ry respect just ns good ns tbe old reliable Dr. cause to be posted at tho of said bill, printed ln hand bill form, for at least lloMiiLo Cough nnd Lung S)tup, unl on Insist four consecutive weeks before such election. iviuedy and ill take no oilier, ou are S. Tho Public Printer is hereby rroul'cd to i.pou this print five hundred copies of the Fourth, Filth and liable to be preetly Iteelied. Prices, CO cents aud Hixtli Beetlons of this Act, and then deliver to SI 00. old b) MeUoberts A ta;;. thoSecretsry of btate, whoso duty it shall bo tn i.miinli thrin to the various County Clerks: and CL'Iti: KOtl lL.... It shall be tho duty of such Clerks to plire them promptly In tbe bands of isch Ascsqr of lax r IMlen are frequently precodedly a mm-- i f wiUli' the j ear lfSS, Iu their respective counties It Intlio liaek, I.Miis and lower pait of the llomen, shallnlnbetheduty ol tbe Public Printer to print live thousand copies oftbls Act upon nssi- - cuislng the patient to suppose he his setae nSect lua ... i,.i.i... ..,.. i ai fin.... rtiiiMt nnd ellver them to tbe Secretary of ... a, lUtnlem,. , of sr. ciclk.M'v to provide at Iest two mtiles of said Act fur cath uui.akliiis of the stomach, etc. A moWiire, like Itching, votlrg precinct; and said Cbrks shall deliver the ,,. r.plrutlon, prwlticlngmery ' . is a wry common attendant " rl..- nr ether officer t pest one copy ofstld Act at each lllinJ, Rlsoillug mid Itebluj Piles jieldnlvneo to the place lor uur weeks prior to the said election and appUmtiou uf Hr. lwwuko'a Pile IteneJy, hlch nits "lUflfU" tlw " rhar.etliedutleeprerrrlbfd In this Act, shall be Tuimom, lti)liMt tleqteie Itelilsniidnrstctiugii lined for taib failure tweuty dollars, to be reoov- - jrwilMUt cere. Price W tmti. AWtws lis lr. Cr,V.n ni),CAcUh?n "."enw't from It. passage. ! 1M C Plnun, Ohlt SM by M.R.b- erts SUgs Approved January 1, leSI. ty Oth-On-y CIUPTEIl r.. ... 7.' '" ' tr pur-rlfyi- Aur 1 Heat Fender Fruit and Clothes Dryer. No. of Letters Patent, ?(H.9I7. Patented August 13, 1ST. Tbeamuiut of capital stock authorized to be issued in the came of the corporation shall be now sixty thousand dollars. (JJO.COC) divided Into iharesof one hundred dollars esch. When hundred dollars of the stock shall bare ine been subscribed and hilly paid up, the remaining tifty-slthousand, one bundled dollars of tbe cap-itstock shall be Issued at such time as the Board of Directors of said corporation may by unanimous voto at never less than one hundred dollars per share. The said corporation Is to commence business June 25. 1635, and to continue ln business for the period of twenty-fir- e years, unless sooner dissolved by a vote of tbe majority ot the fully paid up capital stock. Ihe affairs of said corroratlon shall be conducted and managed by a Board ol Directors compos I of five, and said Board of Directors shall be elected by stockholders annually on tbe first Monday in March or each year, and until the first regular election of said Board of Directors, SI. J. Harris, It. U. Bronaugh, Henry Fulber, John Xf. Holmes and L. SI. Lastey shall constitute and compose the Board of Directors of said corporation. TheofQceis of said corporation shall be a President, who shall act as manager, and a Secretary and Treasurer, and said olhcers of said corporation shall be elect- ed annually on the first Monday In March ot each year by tbe Board of Directors, and to hold their respective oilkes until their successors are elected and luallfied; and until tbe first regular election ss said officers and uutll the persons elected shall havoiuallfied. R. 11. Bronaugh shall lioll the otil'e of President and Manager' M J. Harris shall hold the office of Secretary and John W. Holmes shall hold the office of Treasurer of said corporation. Tbe highest amount of Indebtedness to which sa d rorporntlon s'tal' at auv time sub. o!'jrs, and no Ject Itself shall h ten tboutid except by indebtedness lu'l b iicuin-.unanlmcus vote ul tno Board of Iilrcc urs The prhate properly of the stockholders s'lall be ex erapt from a'l corporate debts nnd ILibllitles Inteetltnony wh.reof we b'reuuto mburibe nur naiuie, this the 18th diy of June, 1SSJ. signed R H. riiioXAVcii. I.. St. L.ULfcl, JimksRuk, John W. Holvus, I ili eh, B a. IIiti., llr.suv thirty-nx s! ! Enow all men by tbeso presents that we, the undersigned. John V. Holmes, Henry Fulber, II, S. Hlte, L. M. Lastey, P.. II. Rronaugh, James Rice and M. J. Harris have associated ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation, under the provisions of Chap. S6 of the General Statutes of the (state of Kentucky, entitled Iucoi-poratThpnameot the corporation Companies, sbsll be The Kentucky Heat Fender Co., and Us principal place of business shall be In Crab Orchard, Lincoln county, Ky., and tbe general nntare of tbe business to be transacted by said corporation Is to manufacture and vend B, S. Hlte's i'.it-e- nt SHOT GUNS. the All Latest Improvements.. ADDRESS FOR DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS, SOLE AGENTS FOR Lamberson.Furman&Co., E.Remington&Sons'. Sporting Arms and Ammunition, 281 & 283 Broadway, WESTERN OFFICE, 73 State NEW YORK. &. D. H. LAMBERSON ARMORY, - - - ILION, N. Y. Street, Chicago, ID. CO., REMINGTON SCOOPS, SPADES. MADE IN SHOVELS, BEST MANNER, OUR THE BY SKILLED ARE ALWAYS WOKKL RElUKf, BLADL RE!EEER THAT GSCDS Ono Ploco of Solid Stool. NO HOLES OR RIVETS TO WEAKEN THE SEND FOR CIRCULARS. REMINGTON AGRICULTURAL CO., ii.:ox, New Vorlt OGlcc, ,v. v. US Chambers Stress. 'e M. J. Hariis. uISMnKEIf Only I.lne via TO Di KcMWmZzm HIlririVnfDRi .. ..... WASHINGTON, Baltimore, Philadelphia York City, WITH TUKOWiiU and New rrcr-arin- ' XlTlZZ lP. Pullman Gars. -- Only Line via ,. 1 -'- IMclimoutl, Old Point Comfort (HvK'cb Hotel) nnd Xcivjiort Xes, In connection with Old Domlnba Steimihtpi to CORDIAL BOWELS, For the tmtljt t drsl3ti ale ailD( TE-VT- - And Merchants and Mlcers BlesmiMp Lice to YORK, Dr. nisraers HucUcberrr CorJIal li i1" . ill bowel sleetloos, br all drurutsU at 30 ctnt tnl re,lerln IS llli! on iiImIhC uyoa ths ijitira froo tin tr l ct tistiium. bottle. nirrhiea,Urscnteri-- tVump-Ctrt- r SMt M sTf BOSTON. Through Trains frcta Winchester, Ky., to nnd hlullcln Tnvlot-'- e 1 I'rico Both for sale by Dr. Chrrnkre will cure M Kemril-cifSwre- 235. and t CJuns t'outilis. Croup uud 1 a bottle. L GOUKNE, SUnfonl. Court-Hou- KANAWHA PALLS, WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS Irstnia Sprirgs and Pleasure lteiorts. . Iliintln?. VLItlm. H.thl,, , ....I .it creation tor tue tourist, lnv Id or sportsman This line ruus tbroiiib the Ailejjbany Moun-talu. on the hankscl beautiful or.i ,....i And other Famous rl ferti-lii- B O Pflrfcri. ' IIhwi-- 1 & Co" NmsUir.Vl. Ihiremi s.ni.i M W&W&ittft COUruvts.. i JBiaJjtjrl. -- ,.,. s, rli-,r- ,,. n.... ! te Ml..!, 115 Wu ,.m. prtit, dlrtabl nattsoi THE SEX -..- sSUOISE. ' KSiMK w - Ma. iteguur j... ...j .mini, n . nrsi- hliied without extra expense. Tor full Informs- iion, rates as noieis, analysis of JI UitlDalSrriads, l'ulllllXn hl.'I'llllH' l'lr,lL.r ... 1.. wait .. -- .,., .. .,.v, Tll..... ui., i.ll uh orsddrus W. i). McUOBCRTS, W. II. WIIITTLKSUY, lioset A?etit, Trar. fassenger At Louisville, Ky. boford, Ky. ,. ... rtn niilrvilllnn Pur. -- ......, -.... Ttn. The Mirror is no flatterer. Would you ,a .,.ci., make it ttrll a sweeter tale? Maynolia Balm is the charm- er that almost cheats . Oen'l Mananer, Gcn'l . i cstern Passenjer Agent. Clsclonatl, O. Iltchmnnil, Vlrclnla. D. , EDWAKD3, Oen'l l'ass'i Ag'i wm. at rs-"- 1 , ass ffii-tS- InierioronrnaI July 10, 1885 The editors of the Louisville Tims have started a subscription for the purpose of defraying the expense of river excursions for poor children. It is proposed to make two afternoon trips en one of the large ferry-boa- ts etch week. They head a sub scrlption list with $25 and the fund grows daily. The movement is a most com mendable one and shows that the hearts of the two gentlemen are in the right plsce if any evidence of so patent a fact is necessary. By the way we observe that their yearling has pranced to the front over its older competitors and now has a bona-fid- e circulation of 9,214 in Louisville, which is more by 2,000 than either the Courier or B)it. This is but its just de serls, however, for it is the bsit paper ever published in tho city. Jour-icr-Jour- GEO. O. BARNES. crickets: Misses Mildred Lewis, Fannie ,ft Stuford, Ky., Urges Hit Friends in America to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hiys: Mr. Hays had Write to Him. been in bad health for a lou time, paid as much $l,000for doctor's bills and did not eat anything when he arrived but soft boiled eggs; discarded all medicines and now eats as much as any one here. "FjioarEcr Point," Landoub, N. India, There have already been nearly 1,00 0 Alayisuin, looo. j N. W. P. means persons registered here this season. Dear Interior. " North West Provinces." This is one of D. G. Slaughter, Prop. the presidencies of this great empire as a THAT HACKING COUUII ctn bo so quickly Governor-Generacontrols the whole, so ured by Shlloh's Cure. Wo guarantee It. For l Madras, Bengal, Bombay, N. W. P., and ale by Penny A McAMitcr. the Punjab are ruled by Lieut. Governors. ITCH cureilla JO minutes by Wolford's eni-tar- y These "Presidencies" are divided into disLotion. Tbli never fills. Sold l7 renny tricts, each having its Commissioner; and .1 McAlliter, Druggists, Stanford; alio by M. C. these are still subdivided into sections, gov- A V. N. WlllUmi, Ml. Vernon. erned by deputy Commissioners. Where IETO. still minuter ramifications exist, Extra Assistant Commissioners are called in; though REPORT OF THE CONDITION these last are uncovenanted servants, of -- OP TUK- the government; and are a sort of non-coI believe the National Bank of Hustonville. missioned department. office was created to utilize the services of the Eurasian element of Indian popula- In tho Htato of Kontuoky.at tho close of business July 1, 1885. tion. An Eurasian is one who has more or less European blood. Of such there are RESOURCES. many hundreds of thousands now, if, in- Louis and discounts !0,45? 64 deed the number does not run up into the Overdrafts 1,I5 12 39,400 0) millions. This class forms a sort of loose U. S. DomU to Kcure Circulation Due from !,M3 92 link between the English race and tho na- Due from approved merre agvntt 1,631 31 otlier Ntloul IlanVj tive population, though like Manomet'e Real Estate, Furniture tud ftxture 1,510 at coffin, suspended between heaven and Current expBtei and taxes jvild ......... 49 4 20 earth, they belong to neither. They are Cuocki and rother ouh Items IH1U of olli-Hanks I9 W not on a social equality with the English, Specie 4l S, they hold themselves far above the natives, notes 1,0 CO and so they are thrown in the main upon Redemption fund vitb U, S, Treasurer 900 0) fS per cent, of circulation) themselves for social privilege?. Their .. Jll,67 CI Total position is one of most unmerited, but unLI A HI LIT IE 3. avoidable hardship; analogous to the conJM.000 00 dition of one with the least suspicion of Capital Stock paid tn 3,0;0 CO Surplus fund "dark blood" in our own America. The UndlTlded profit!.. HI si thing seems to defy enlightenment, educa- National Bank note outitandlog 15,000 tiO 34,493 02 tion, progress even Christianity and will Individual DepoiitsiuVJect t check Dun toother National Binki ?M 13 only be righted in the millennium. ALWAYS l'KAISINH THE LORD. P. Hill, Mary Robinson, Fannie West, Jennie B. McKmney, Mrs. E. P. Owsley. W. P. WALTON. Gev. Grant iu the pieface of bis forth raxaing bjok aijt: "Man propose! and God deposes. There are but few impor-Ua- t ereota in the affairs of men brought about their own choice. Although frequently arged b friends to write my memoirs, I had determined never to do bo, nor to write aajthiuj; for publication. At the age of atari? 02 I received an injury from a fall fihichconfiied me closely to the house, while it did not apparently affect my gener al betltb. bhortly alter the raicauty oi a basin a a partner developed itself by the nnoouncement of a failure. This wag followed eoon after by universal depression of all securities, which teemed to threaten the extinction of a good part of the income ttill retained, and for which I am indebted to the kindly act of friends. At this juncture the editor of the Csntury Magazine asked me to write a few articles for him. I oawented for the money it gave me, for at that moment I was living upon borrowed money. Tnework I found congenial, and I determined to continue it. The event is Ha important one for me, for good or bad; hope for the former." He eays he has sought to do justice to all and tho comments he makes are in accordance with how he saw the matters treated of. The hook will have the largest sale of any oSered to the public for many years. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. 2917. Barmore's boat building establishment at Jeficrsonville burned. Loss $G0,000. Ten divorces were granted in one day by the Louisville Chancery court this week, Seven hundred postal clerks have been appointed to date. There are 4,400 in the To Our Friends & Patrons: year's trade terries. Only 15.44S persons registered in Louisville, not much over half the voting population. Company A, of the Louisville Legion, Beginuiug with July 1, 1885, we announce our third won the $000 prizs at the Philadelphia military drill. business in Stanford. Our has been far beJ. II. McConnell has been appointed yond our expectations; a gradual increase month afcor postmaster at Catlettsburg and T. N. Goodnight at Franklin. month. We this opportunity of thanking you for A Kansas mob, Cherokee county, hung a negro ravisher Monday night from the your very liberal patronage and assure in our various rafters of an unfurnished house. The arms works of E. Remington & branches our motto shall be Best Goods for tho Least Sons, at Ilion, N. Y., were damaged to the Money." Again thanking you for favors, we hope to see F. Noyes, of amount of $25,000 by fire Tuesday. Tub appointment of Ohio, as one of the government directors of The returns from the cholera-infecte- d all of old customers and many new ones in the coming the Union Pacific railway is characterized districts in Spain place the total number of by the New York Sun as an outrage and a new cases at 1,522, and the number A Respectfully, humiliation. The name of this man is Notea and Mill 7,333 (0 .. deaths at 73S The Government does what it can, recconnected with the crime that George C. Buchanan, of the Louisville J113.157 64 Total deprived the democratic party of the fruits defaulting firm, has married the noted ognizing the cruel cute distinction that it creating special offi- STATE OF KENTUCKY, 1 of its victory at the palls in 187(3. None of prostitute, Kitty Preston, and left for cannot annihilate by ' County of Lincoln, ces to skim the creim of the intelligence, the republican conspirators in that year of, greener fields. I, J, W. Hotker, Caibier of the above named education and administrative capacity that Bank, do solemnly avear that the above statement hiraa was more actively engaged in the A Port Jervis, N. Y. telegram says exists in very large degree among this ia true to the test of tar knowledge and belief. iurrigueB that for the first time in the his- that on Sunday evening hail stones the J. W. HOCK EK, Cashier. multitude." tory of our institutions defrauded the vo- size of hickory-nut- s fell in that vicinity to "mixed Sudscribed and ivorn to lefore me this 7 day Coming back to governmental employ- of July, 1SW. O. F. PEACOCK, '. P. ters of their choice for President. There the depth of a foot. ment below the extra assistant CommisCorrect Attest: is not half a dczen republican politicians Two men, nine trotting horses and the divisJ.Vr'.WKATIICRrOaD.' in the country hardly J. Madison Wells stables and carriages of James Vanette, sioner come the minute Directors Jxo. D. CiarcMER, of native delegated authority, that T. J. Rouiaiojr, himself whose nomination to an honora- near Janesville, Wis., were burned Monday ions utilize capacity and worth among the Hinble office by a democratic administration night. Loea $18,000. These officials cor IfcTO. 2788. would involve a more flagrant violation of It will require one thousands tons of doos and Mussulmen. respond to lesser governmental employees REPORT OF THE CONDITION propriety, of jastice, of and book paper to print the first edition of Gen. own country and rejoice in the tivtn of decency. Grant's book. They have booked orders in our OF THE tles of Tuhseeldars, Thanadart, Kotwals, An exchange observes that the change so far for 300,000 copies. Chupratses, &5., &a , almost ad NATIONAL BANK Near Paducah, Bill Hedges, malicious- down to 'which has taken place during the last two infinitum. danly and without provocation shot and sir three years in regard to whipping as a OF But I will bore you with these governirabhc punishment is very remarcable. A gerously wounded Capt. Linah Cobb, clerk mental items, mention of which grew out At Stanford, in the State of Kentucky, lew years ago the state of Delaware was of the steamer Gus Fowler. at CIojo of Business, July 1, 1S85. tell you what N. W. P. C. J. Walton, republican candidate for oi my attempt to .done in practicing this mode of correction; in our present address means. r. E S O U It C E 3 . but first Eagland returned to it and next the Senate from the district composed of The P. O. Department is so persistent Loans and 1)1 Mounts JIB, 1ST 73 the counties of Hart, Green and Larue, Maryland; and now there is a strong move-weS.010 41 and indefatigable that almost any address Overdrafts . J,KO 00 U. S. llomli to secure circulation for the adoption in Virginia. It is has withdrawn from the race. is 37,609 CO Other stocks, lKnd, and mortgages Judge Morgan overruled the motion will find us and loss of letter or paper also probable that a whipping-pos- t law to admire Due from approved reserve ajents 1,7( At in the Maekin Chicago extremely rare. I never cease 1,136 37 will be one of the enactments of our next for a new trial the almost perfect postal system of the Due from other National Bank, K O Legislature. The people all over the Stale election case and sentenced the prisoner to British Empire to its remotest dependency. Due from State Banks and Bankers-..- .. S,9 Ileal Estate, furniture and fixture.. 60 five years in the Joliet penitentiary. are awaking to the importance of Buch a 42 13 well be exact and give the Current cit'UMi ami taxes ld- Sheriff Deatherage sold Sol. Williams, Still one may as preventive of crime and if the bill, wh'ch . 2I,!07 S3 officials in charge of it as little trouble as Premiums paid 34 42 is sure to be presented next winter fails if colored, into servitude on Monday. The possible. Our mails are coming with de- Chcks and other cali Items 1,323 00 pacnge it will bs because the legislators city of Richmond became the purchaser at lightful regularity now, every Thursday, Bills of other banks Fractional roper currency, nickels and $1.59 for six months' labor. Richmond are afraid to do their plain duty. 130 i penuies to be answered by the post that goes out Herald. Specie 6 ,11$ 70 every succeeding Saturday, a most conve- Legal tender notes All the ventures and enterprises of . The Kentucky press is nearly unani3,137 00 nient arrangement. seem to prove financial mous in favor of setting up the whippingItcdeniptlon fund wl'.u U. 3. Treasurer For Coal or Wood. 9,000 00 failures. His paper at Bowling Green post. We know of but two or three newsI may gently suggest to our friends that (5 per cent, of calculation) This Range .s Extra Heavr an I i the time is now opportune for testifying last him money, while he and those who papers that oppose the proposition. b2,1SS M Total Covt'hsr-comade of the very best went in with him to establish a truly demo- ington Commonwealth. any little appreciation they may have of Iron. His cast top and frost. LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid In J23O.000 (0 with Entiro Wrought Iron Body slJ sitting cratic daily in Cincinnati got left to the Mrs. Lewis Steel, at Ilion, N. Y., dress- these regular letters of mine, by Warming; ........... 7,600 00 Oven. length of Oven extends unJer Surplus FunJ Range. Automatic entire inne of many thousand dollars Hib latest ed henelf in her finest clothes, arranged down, pen in hand, to write a few answers Undivided profits 263 S3 Oven Bbelf. bectlonal Fire LltUrgs 181,000 00 and Cut Centers. Nickel nainep.te, will be greatly valued in this far cfl National Bank Notes outstanding. enturo of a National Military Encamp- her hair in the most fashionable and becom- that knobs and hlng pins. ment at Philadelphia was a flu fiilure, the ing manner, wreathed her face in smiles land. Postages are very light, and the bur- Individual DeKils subjttt to check.. . 155,139 62 side shelf and all modern AdjUitaWe !uirove-mentDue to 4,141 42 will Due to other National Danks den of a ten cent stamp (perhape less management having to dance to the tune and then shot her brains out. 41 63 State Banks and Bankers Can be arranged with Heater for f $30,000 lost. Gov. Underwood is a man 11,931 40 hot and cold water. The actual cost of what are usually do, ask your postmaster) will not oppress Notea and bills Water Box or Heater extra. S) 94 nf nndomitable energy, but some how or sold as five cent cigars at retail is thus any. You don't know how much good you Fund to pay U. S. Taxes Total other he never seems to be the man for the stated by one who claims to be informed may do us by a few words of love and !5?2,4M tC " STATE OF KENTUCKY,),, occasion. H. HIGGINS ,W fEBaaSggsgsLLiVTCH B3VaktS Baalir on the subject. Actual cost of tobacco kindness. County of Lincoln, J" Our dear Bro. Woodside, from Futteh-curb- ., gfiffffftgfffaw Tft4KsSsac3j;siBjf I, J no. J. Mcl'.oberte, Cashier of above named "We do not believe Jas. V. Tate, the (namely what the tobacco raiser gets for it) SPECIAL AGENT, that the nald us a flvine visit of 2 days, to bank do Is solemnly swearot my knowledge abov democratic nominee for State Treasurer, for 1,000 cigars, $2; cigar boxes, $1; wages statement true to the Ut aud JNO. J. .McUOUEItrg, OicUler, Stauford,- - -- Kentucky. for 1,000, $8; packing, $1; stripping, 50 be preeent at the laying of the corner stone belief. will loose a doun votes because he was SuWrlhedand swnrn to More me this 8th day the candidate of the party by the cents; total cost of production, $12 50, or of Bro. Osborne's new chapel at Mussoorie, oi July, 1683. W. M. BltlOUT.N. 1'. I C. Dear which came off last Wednesday. Correct Attest. committee instead of by a convention. 1 cents a cigar. J. 8. Hocklb, 'With but one aspirant in the field nobody Judge R. H.Thompson caused a sen Woodsldel Friend, tried and true, of 30 W. . Weuii, Directors. THE NEW GKOOEIIT AND HAKDWAHE HOUSE OF would have cared to go to the convention, sation in the Louisville court Wednesday yean! One of the only two who Rave us a II. C Briuht, on our return to India, bad it been called, and a few bosses would by committing Richard Bache, a promi- hand of welcome shoulder." ISTO. Gave met and named the nominee with less nent local politician, to j til for six hours when so many turned the "cold d man we -- xpreta.on The same dear, irom ine people man oy a rep- for having intimated to the judge that he REPORT OF THE CONDITION resentative from each Congressional district would use political influence against him if knew of old; a little stouter, very much ana vigorous. ;ur.y he did not deal leniently with a certain of- grayer, out still erect in the State. fender then on trial. The fine is the se- he live a score more years to bless India C. M. MrAciiAii, editor of the Hopkins with bis loving presence and abundant la- The Farmers National Bank Would kl.dly ask youratteatlon to the fact that tbey have jju returned from the cltlts with a Urs ille South Ktntuckian, has favored m with verest permitted by the law covering such lr,b and well selected stock of UIOIl E bors. I know no man who can scatter i neatly printed copy of a 25 page pam-j'hl- esses. sunshine as he goes along than dear The following is the new regulation in more that he has published in which a rec In the Btnte of Kentucky, at the Close of was of! like a meteor, IJusiness, July 1, 18S5. crdofthe hangings in Carietian county regard to the redemption of mutilated Wcodside. But he work upon the blazIn endless variety, dainty In quality and satisfactory In prlcvs; this we guaranty. Our aim shall b from its formation and especially that of United States notes: United States notes, after two days, to his at all times to supply every want in our line. each exceeding nine-tent- hs of its original ing plains, leaving us the promise of reRESO URCES. lie Jonlon Taylor, recently dropped with Ever in Jesus, Loans and discounts in !W3,20J 79 "dull thud" is given. Cuts of Taylor proportions in one piece are redeemable at turn, however, August. Overdrafts 2,413 91 Geo O.Barnes, and the sheriff who worked him off adorn their full face value in other United States U.S Bands to secure circulation, 73,000 00 Consists of the Standard Brands ot Europe and America. Our large line of Cooking titovea Include notes by the Treasurer and the several AsOtlier stocks, tonds and mortgages 33,030 00 the Justly celebrated "Oreat the book. DRIPPING SPIRNGS. Western Reserve" and many other family favorites. Our China, (JUm Due from approved reserve agents sistant Tretsurers of the United States, and (,021 44 and Queenswsrc stock consists in part of Table, Tea and Chamber eta complete, Glassware richly cut A Nrw York paper saja the first Duo from other National Bank To the Editor of The Interior Jo urnal.l C.052 V, andetched. are relesmible in coin, in sumi not less In the way of BreadstuCs we name Buckwheat Flour, the queen ol all tribes. Our cela. odition of Miss Rose Ellzibath Cleveland's Real estate, furniture and fixtures 7iCO 00 brated I'atent U, M." Flour, urivalled for cake and psstry, while Rice After spending several weeke at Dripand Hominy, our own patrithan five dollars, by the Assistant TreasurCurrent expenses and taxes paid 39 Thoughts" was snrpped up as soon ai the otic products, arrayed as fnithful adjuncts. All the delicacies In Foreign and Domestic Confections ping Springs thfc season we pronounce it Premiums paid er in New York. 2,137 ?1 aro line. Tin, Stone, Wooden tmd WJllowwarc, Electric Lamps, Stationery. Canoed Meats and FtnlU public was given a chancs to buy. A new 4,500 00 The United States Court which con- one of the most desirable watering places in Bills of other Banks and a complete lino of Cigars and Tobaccos. Well, this Is only a hint of what wo have Belleting sedition was started at once, and it is exvened at Ft. Smith yesterday is the biggest every way that we have ever visited and Fractional paper currency, nickels and that we can make it to your Interest, we confidently asic an examination of our goods and your patron- pected that tbe public will dispose of at 30 40 I'Ciinlec ,v Respectfully, especially for thoae seeking rest, comfort Specie criminil court in this country, it jurisdicTALOIl ItllOTHKUH. 2,000 00 east 0Q3 hundred thousand copies. This tion extending over 02,000 miles of territo- and good eating: Legal tender notes 00 80') be regarded as another evidence of the Mrs. Dr. Lee F. Huflunin wan in very Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer ry, inhabited by criminals of all colors and iiopularity of the administration. (S per cent of circulation) 3,375 0) :TCW classes. There are 107 cases on the docket, b.d health, improved raoidU itnd felt like Total SII1.J71 4rt Tncnewa truaua.lhat Judge Durham, anl 29 murderers awaiting trial. Among a girl when she le't. LIABILITIES. Was worked down tod in bad health, First Controller of the Treasury, has de- the witnessoi are 139 lodiaas. The princiCapital stock paid in $200,000 i.O cided to Col. Robt. II. Critttndcn's pal industry o' Ft. Smith is hanging the general health greatly improved. Rjv. W. Surplus Fund 6.',000 CO ccountu aa marshal of Kentucky. It is white, Indians, Mexican, and Chinese con I. Fowle. Undivided profits 1,103 21 07,400 00 -- yident Dyspepsia, could not eat. Eit till I want National Hank Not-- outstanding Louisville Times. that he has reason to believe tout victed by this court. Individual deposits subject to shack 101,031 12 DJULKU9 IN A Wyoming judge passed sentence o; now. II. T. Logan. anch crook edne'H exnts in them. Due to other National Hankt. 0130 Dj. Gibed 51 notindi first week and Due to State Basks anil Bankers death npon a condemned murderer in this U 10 Drugs, Books, Stationery and Judge 8am M. Boone, who made the wise. "lam by no menu sttisfiid with feel like a school boy. J. S. Ibblnson. Total Fancy Articles. Somerset Idtijrajih such a sprightly piper, n,i7i 44 the evidence in the case and aw not sure Col. J. II. Bruce. Impoverished blood, STATU OK KBNTIJOKV, m has retired from lta editorship to be suc-tc- ed whether you killed John Forbes County oi Lincoln. j ' or whether improving rapidly. Physicians' rreserlptlon accurately couipounflfd by Mr. J. 8. Ruckcr who will hereaf. Also I, he died by visitation of God, but my sen Family all improved from day of arriv- Bank,Juo. II. Owaley, Cashier of Hit) above named iluaoUmuly swear that the above MatcttMnt . ,lff!Cu7niaTitte "uneliKTf n t. er own and run the la true to the best of my knowMaw and belief. fence is thnt you bs handed on the third al. J. B. McKinner. JNt. B. OwlLKY, Oubler. It is rumored that John Kelly is to a, Friday of July; and should you know of Mrs. Fionle A. Hill: Thie lady improv" aeort of farewell address, in which he your own innocenca you will ht7 the ed rapidly and gained 35 pounds in five l Subscribed and wo to before Pi J"1 LC. 7 The Largest Stock of "Watohes, 0!ook,. 1. SHIOl July, IMS, w,.i..P. vill givo.hh view on civil service reform, comfjrting thought that it is donb'ed by weeks on a former visit. Jewelry Rnd Silverwnra Coufjptattsjrti Imjuo7ed rapidly Mrs. M. A. Ltckey: asking the pMnt (but the act is unconsti Bom.9 of the wfat-- it thinkers of the nue ffi. H . SHAMS, this market 2a in auy cirounietinct J. W. ALCdS, Director. Rvr bui:ht toWatches, Clecbs Prices Lower than U an I thinks it th ficet ppring in the world. tutional, ioicrttrlng with the powers of the whether life Its and Jswelry lie J. . UN patted on short notice and Warranter. Improved rapidly "id are an lively a worth living " President. Legal-tend- take that "The year. BRIGHT CURRAN. b -- FIRST HT.Vrs'FOIt. VX nt THE LION WROUGHT IRON RANGE, EKMraaHLg,- al s. W. KiPiBlkaaanitSItw . d 1705. warm-hearte- TAYLOR BROS. FAMILY GROCERIES 1 our Hardware and pocket cutlery oy 1?' WUf AwrfflKtot PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS. par. if-- sssa, yfisxTJAZ'iim- i W&lkJSmVS gf i jtmHMcchIT$ntmor gowns Stanford, Ky., July 10, 1885 LOCAL TIME CARD. Bright & CurranV. aale Fiicir Jm and Cam at T, K. Walton,ll. The rain which cime last evening was grant him all the rights and prottction of most opportune. The crop were needing the law which he proposes to enforce Sadler's cradle, mowing blade, Ac, at it badly. Ri Pino Tea, an extra at W.H. Higgin. fine PUBLIC SALE OP JERSEY CATTLE, brand, for Persons indebted to me for millinery will confer a great favor by settling at once. Mrs. M. V. Tabler. Bio reduction in all claeaes of summer Our correspondents have all gone to See bill for particular and call on " Boutb sheol, at leaat we hope they have, as but ttipiN strain" youth...... ... 21 82 a.m. S. L. Power St Co. f ' Norh .. " .m. 0SA.M. one shows up this issue. Even our old The first grand hop ot the aeason will stand by at Danville disappointed ua. 4 The kjot la calculated on standard time. HoUr occur at Crab Orchard Spring this erening. t mi U 4 bout 20 minutes faster Severe Fall. Hon. John Sam Owsley BurchV orcbeater arrived Tueaday. fell down a long (light of stairs at his home LOCAL NOTICES. Wanted. Everybody to know that 8. yesterday and was painfully hurt about the Fnteu Candle always at T. R WaltoaV S. Myers ia now in full blurt. You will shoulders. We hope, however, that he is BEY TOUT icLool bonln from Pnnt A find on hand alwaye, ice cream and sherbet not seriously injured. McAIiiter. and all kind oi fruit and candiea. Inte-uio- r "WATcnr.8 nnd Jewelry repaired on nhort A considerable excitement was caused Journal Block. cotice and warrnnted br Penny & McAIla on the street yealerday afternoon by a fight ter. Scares of contractor were drawn to the between L. M. Lasley and W. M. Catron. UCY the Ilau Hog Kemedjr, the original and only genuine, from Penny &McAl letting of the 31 mile of the Chesapeake It seems that Catron was drinking and iater. & Xaihville railway at Gallatin and the wanted Lailey to go down town with him A complete flock of jewelry, latent proaptct U that the work will go at a very and when he refuaed, drew a knife on him. trie. Kockford natchea a rpeciallr. Pinlow figure. Lailey thereupon knocked him down with ny A McAllater. - - m a stick indicting an ugly scalp wound, and FAiiMEns, Rkad This. CSo to Dr. M. Titr. Somerset Tclrgivph aaya: "The claims L. Bourne's druc (tore and get ono ji.ncksne that he only acted in of Him A. Clark's Hoc Remedy. If you Stanford Gun Club is compoaeJ of a nice Catron alarmed the whole town afterwards are not gatlafied after ualng it your money gntlemen aa can be found in the universe, in hi noisy tiTirt to break away from hia will be refunded. but when they tackle the Somerset Gun friends and fuht. Club they must remember that they are PERSONAL. shooter from away back, and because they RELIGIOUS. Mns. William DiwrON ii Maying at live where the chinquapin and huckleberry Rev. B. F. Bristow of the Southern rrijijilng Springs. flourirheth they arc not to be grinned at." Methodist church ha closed a meeting in Mit. 8. W. Given, has gone to apend a Since our report of the Shooting Tour- Bourbon which resulted in 23 additions to week at Dripping Springa. Mi's" Katc 1'owtxl, of iluitonyille, nament we have learned that the score the church. show that next to Mr. John H. Waddle, Rev. M. D. Turner, who married a !a with Mift Ihllc Bourn. MiM Mollie Johnston, of Lancaater, who got 51 out of Gl birds, Mr. R. G. Erane niice of Bishop Pearce a year ago, commit carried the honors of the day, only falling ted suicide at Lawrenceville, Ga., after leav baa been vifitinc Miw K'.len Wearen. Mr. W. 8. Mymj ia back on a tlail to behind him one shot, hla score standing 50 ing a letter saying that he had loet faith old frienda here after an abaenceof a year. out of CI. Mr. Evans ia a very graceful in thi world and that which ia to come. The Richmond Jlcgitlcr says the Bap. Miss Bettie A. Fiiitii returned to ahot and aometbing is wrong when he lets tisU of Big Hill, built a church and named Prodhead yealerday, taking with her Mia a bird get away from him. Ilia Dunn, of Bryantarille. iTisatated that there ii considerable it Forman Chapel in honor of the Rev. E Mug. W. H. Akiieiuon and children Forman, paator of the Presbyterian church probability that the republic. na will nomireturned to Harper, Ktnsaa, yeaterday from nate Col. J. W. Weathorford for the Legis- at the same point; a remarkable act of a month'i Tialt to her parent here. lature, in which eyent it is predicted by brotherly love. Hear the N. Y. World again: Colored Mimes Sallie Kay and Minnie many that he will be elected by a handBlackemtn, who hare been rialling Mri. J some majority over Mr. Ibbbitt. Colonel Sam Jones, the Southern revivalists, bad B Vnarsdall, hare returned home, Weatherford is a very excellent gentle- great success in Waco, Texas, where he Mn James M. Cook, of Huatonrillr, man and haa the respect and confidence of converted 100. and received I 50 for each went up to Richmond Wednesday to aaaiat hi acquaintances irrespective of parly as- convert, paid by the town authorities on a frieod In getting a poeition in the rerenue sociations. the presumption that police expenses will be proportionally reduced. department. The K.C. will run an excursion from Mim Sallie VanDeveek and Kmma The will of D A. Chenault, say the Rowland next Sunday leaving at 5 a. X. SiufliT. accompanied br Mer. T. P. Richmond Ihrald, was admitted to proand reaching Cincinnati at 10.30 at $2 for bate Monday. Hill, Jr. and Masteraon Peyton went up to In a codicil thereto he the round trip from all stations south of gives $15,000 to the Southern BaptUt Dripping baring ycaterday. Richmond. A grand concert at the ZooSeminary at Louisville, $10,000 Mn.T. F. SriNK Lm been promoted to logical Guden, military concert at the in trust to the Baptist denomination in Train Diapitcher on the N. 0. St M. Dltla-io- a Hill Top retorts and a base ball contest of the L. & N, with office at New Madison county, and the remainder of bis between the Cincinnati and Athletics, of Mr. Spink haa made many friends estate is divided equally between the chilPhiladelphia are among the attractions. dren of his brother and sisters, except in daring his atay hereof a year or two and Returning the train will leave at 7 r. M. the case of Mrs. Bennett and Mrs. Munday, they, while rejoicing in hla promotion, regret to hare him leare. He in an exceed The appointment of Mr. Wallace E. that he gives them for their sole and separate use. The estate will amount to $150,-00ingly young man to hold bo Important a Varnon to be deputv collector of the There are thirty-tw- o position, but he haa been giTen good trial nephews and district of Wayne, Pulaski and and baa ntood the teat with great credit Lincoln counties with office at Stanford, nieces. give much aatiefactlon here. The pay i We wiah htm aucceaa. THE TRIPLET T MATTER. $1,200 per yearanl the duties of the office LOCAL MATTERS. are not such aa will compel Mr. Varnon to 'To tbel'JItorot the Interior Journal. McKinney, Ky., July Stb, 1SS5. In Wanteh. a correjponnent at Ml. Yer- - give up his law practice. He i a capable and clever gentleman and will fill the office juatice to myself and the citizens of our njn creditably to himself and to hi superior in little town I desire to make a few stateI vta nt to ell a fire burner coal oil cookcommand. It is understood that Mr L. ments in regard to the Triplett affair which ing a tore, cheap, (ico. H. Brnce. D. Bildwin will receive a similar appointhas been brought to the public notice in The beat hay rake on the market and ment with office at Nicholaiville. ' the last few issue of your paper. The nlr $2i, for aula by Bright A Curran. " facts are substantially aa follow: A liitle fun happened up town late I on Rent. Oa Wednesday night, June 24tb, about A deairable oftlca In Law-Te- r Monday that we did not catch onto till next 10 o'clock a little girl about 12 years of Row, on Ltncaater atreet. W. P. Wal-- I day. It seema that Clark Caih found it n age waa discovered at one of the out doors necessary to call Mack Bruce a "d-- n liai" A TEH it it will bj unlawful to and he not liking that kind of familiarity of the Commercial Hotel leaning against Late a pig pen inside the town limita. See Immediately let go his right feeler when the door facing. As an object of charity she was taken care of during the night by trdinance on our fourth page. Cash measured his length in the dust. He the proprtetot'a wife, Mrs. nocker. Next There are atill three Richmond in the will probably never know but what the morning Mr. L. F. Sharp, who boards at field for the Legialature, Bobbin, Bimpaon lightning atruck him or a cyclone mein-dere- d the hotel, came fo me and asked if I did hia way. We would as soon have a and the "nigger." Hurrah for Jarmaol not want a little girl who wanted a home. jackass kick ua aa Mick Bruce' fiat laid Tii(tild ASiIrr Bind leave tomor- againat our anatomy, and we would not I took her to my house and her clothes not row fjr Rjck Caatle Springs where they call him a liar uulesa we were firmly con- being in such a condition as I would wiah, will make melody for a week or two. Thoae vinced that he waa, and then we would and she stating that she had no others, my who go with the excursion get a reduction whisper it kinder softly to ourselves aa it wife put one of her dreseea on her until she could have the child' washed. After in board at the Spring to $S per week, were. being at my home a short time I discovered A valuaiile horae belonging to Dr. License was obtained by General H. that she had run away from Mr. J. E. Kngleton to marry Mils Isadora N. Mc- - Steele Bailey w instantly killed Tuesday. Triplett's, a short distance from town. I Mullen yesterday. As the grom ia but 27, The Dr. bad tied him to a telephone pole then asked her why she had run away; it ia hardly neceMiry to alate that General on Lancaster street when something caused she said that it was because Mr. and Mrs, n hi name i not a title, but the one giv- him to jerk. This threw the Insulator of, Triplett had whipped her, that he made which struck him square on the head and en htm by his parent. her work in the garden the day before and m he dashed ofl at full speed down the street. By reference to an announcement in He was hitched to a buggy and when he because she chopped up some peas he another column it will be eeen that Mr. P. attempted to make the turn at Main street whipped her. She gave her reasons why L, Fimpton i a candidate on the Problbi- - It threw him head against the curb stone in Mrs. Triplett had done so. I saw Mr. t.on Ticket to represent thi county in ttm ir.nii of Lytle'a store, breaking bis neck Triplett that afternoon about 2 o'clock and Legialature. Mr Siiapaon ia a plain, hon like a pipe stem. He hardly breathed af told him the little girl was at my house and eit farmer and ha m.ny friend who will terwards. The Misses Harris were in a gave him the reasons she had given me for caat their vote for him in Auguat. It buggy a few feet from where he fell and running away. He came that evening to my house and took her away, she pleading I cot hi to mle n a;ttva 'irpm nothing but hi own death could have but simply preaenta his name so that saved them from a frightful accident. The with my wife to keep her. He said he would take her home with him and have tbcBS who wiah to do bd can exprtoi them Dr. had a standing offer of 5150 for the pelves on the fitiestlon, which he regards ai horae, but he valued him at more and her some clothes made and take her to her Saturday. I was not paramount to any now agitating the pub thinks his loss including the damnge done mother the following pleased with his manner of proceeding Ac at large. the buggy fully $200. with the child and especially in refusing to ..- I. .I.l. Hite's Heat Fencer in endorsed aa folThe Lavinia Shannon Company, though let us keep her as a matter of sympathy low by the local physicians: "We have playing to rather small audiences here, for her feelings, until Saturday and so exHen Mr. HiteV Heit Fender, recently in- gave great satisfaction to all who attended. pressed my feelings to frienda on the street. troduced here, in practical operation, and In each of the characters, "Little Barefoot," In talking tae matter over another charge we take pleasure in stating to the people of "Jane Eyre" and "Pauline," in which she of bad treatment of the child was brought this county that it i the greatest invention appeared, she did herself great credit and against him, that he had led her several for the preservation of health of women in won the hearty applause of the audience. nights in succession in the sole companionwarm weather that In ever been deviaed, Eipeclally was this the case in "Pau- ship of a negro man. The citizjna felt agi Women sweltering over hot cook stove line" in the "Lady of Lyons," when she grieved and expressed themselves freelv, de the cauae of more than half the aicknew in held it by her charming act- nouncing such treatment of a white, uncur practice in hot weather. The fender ing. Mr. Giles Shine is also entitled to protected child. Feeling thst some notion completely and effectively bivcs them from great praise. His acting ia polished and should be taken in the matter 15 of our tbU trying ordeal to their health. G. W. manner moat agreeable. The rest of the gond cltizjna held a meeting on Thursday Bronaugh, J. G. Carpenter, W. M. Doorea, support ia good and much abovo the aver evening, the 21 inet., and after diecueaing J D Pettup, J. F. Peyton, Hugh Reid. age, me company went to Lancaster the matter freely it was decided that a comwhere tbuy will play the bihnca of mittee of one be delegited to go and bring Amo.no the npplicanta for the Collejo N. Y , who the week, Including a Saturday matinee, the child's mother nnd let her investigate l.ere ia a man at Westchester, evidently believes that if he comes to Ken- and where we hope they will be liberally the matter. For thla purposo D. S Jonea tucky it U necessary that he shall be able patronizad. From Lancaater they will go was chosen and brought the woman from Barnstde Saturday. That evening aho waa , to cspe phyalcilly with the outlaid, which to Crab Orchard nnd give three entertain abound in this locality, ment In the College Hall, commanciug given Into the hand of Mr. Triplett and a be evidently thinks of (jT he cays in hla letter: "I am sir feet Monday night, 13th. It waa the intention committee of hia own chooeing, none cirwhom hud seen the condition of the child to go from Lancaater to Lebanon but a till, weigh 220 poutida and am of woappearance, being compact and cus having run in a. date at the same timo, at the time of her complaint. The In regard to hi etato Mr. Same did not wiah to open up ngainat man went home Sunday, leaving the child it. Hence the Crab Orchard engagement, crying and wanting ta go home with her. of life he say?: "I am unmarried, but U not which the company waa very anxious to 0.ir nmhtion and aim in the entire mntler, to ihangu that tliia'fal), bo there solely to render naaiatance mach dancer of an elopement." And we make ho na to spend n few daya nt our de- haa been, wo fee', humanity and tot to pew to unfortunate way nd i that there ia not much danger that lightful resort. We unhesitating recomIf therefore, Mr. Triplett one he tix footer will gat the chance to do po mend the oompiny to the huarty support of cJte any miufelf slandered n he claims, we the good people there. w,th anjbady in thla "ection. I Mali train going t. AN. - North. mo r. m. good. 140r.M. ' against us. Respt. E. T. Youno, AT TIIK The following are the names of the gen tlemen who attending the meeting. D, S. Klue-Orn- ss Jones, K. L Tanner. H. C. Jonee, E. T. Young, Dr. Moore, J. H. Walker, W. R George, W. R Goocb, D. V. Ja. P. Daniels, J. F. Hocker, H. R Cimnitz, Commencing at 12 o'clock, ihirp, T. J. Chrieterson, L. F. Sharp and T. 8. Y IF-IiETWhile. . Certfrl iVta a11 Vnnwn t..l t n ir.tri.V..! l A number of the parties whose names are given above called on u and promised Ky. We will offer a choice selection of hfghl bred anluuliof the Kelt Millt riiirf Jli7J&. iuioug of Tctd Cowt FitmlUe, including a diicendiniC' that a true statement of the unfortunate of signal. UilJeroj-- Bluer numberRioter id, Stoke aidi thelrofriprlng. Olorj. AlnhVa Mine, J5 p?i 3d, Firmer! ' cho'celr ,P".ECeof ,Llnd'n' olJ "' M.m be tent us over their own BlgnalBulle. matter should ?r?,,e,k Cataloguea ready bv July lit. Addren JO IIS tt. "vaIjI.AVB signature aa well aa those of all acquainOr it. Jlr.u i Col. II. E. Edmonson, Auctioneer. ) Islington, Ky.' ted with the facts. The above ia hardly in accordance with that understanding but we give it space and in justice to Mr. Triplett and hia frienda say that Messrs. Rich'ard Bibb, J. A. Givens, 8. M. Owen, J Hnd G L Cirler tell us that they investigated the nutter of the whipping of the child and found that Mr. Triplett had never hit her a lick in hia life and that Mrs. Triplet' had only whipped her when it was necessary for her proper correction. DEALER IN Toe mother of the child wai fully satisfied that she had not been cruelly treated and bo stated on leaving. The fact that the child cried to return with her waa natural Any child, no matter how well treated, would have done so. The matter seems to us, lookjng at it from an Impartial standpoint, to have been magnified beyond its The only bad feature, and importance. tiat seema to have been an after consideration, waa the leaving of the child alone for several daya with a negro man, even if he is old and trustworthy as ia reported to ua. El. Interior Journal. 3 Stock Yards, Xacxiiigtou, JKy., tTxxly" "VVc3L2aesia..s,3r, IS. 1883, ABOUT , HEAD, n'n t. l',h" Po-,-l- (ll-2w- n the o:e3::e.a.:f gboobr. T. R. WALTON, -- ii In Wayne County Ben Herbon instantly killed Mike Blair, fatally shot John De-mee- r, beat to death the woman who had caused the fight, and got his own worthless carcaaootof reach of law for the present. CATARRH CURED, health and accural by Bhlloh'a Catarrh Remedy. For rale by Tanny X McAllittr. .1KW it breath Price 50c. And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. IN ADDITION TO OIIOC'EMES AND I'BOVHIONS, HE KEEI'd ADVKUTIKEXEMk. At the nrgfnt rcquMt of many friends P. I. SIMPSON, BOY! 8.. Tin-- , Glass- - lilttur from Limoln county filiform. hereby announces htmielf a candidate for the Ltg on a Prohibition The-olojic- al TIIORNDALE and Queensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- Or-lea- Four roarj oM, li reglitercil No. HITS in the A. J. Ills alte ts C. C. lkwk, will tt:re cowa at Baltora 2357; p. e. g. a. St. Thornda!e2d; f Nn, 11S2. and dim ii Julia Inglnlde Martin, Imp., No. 11 123; c.d. Brtty Iogletlde, No. S441; Nora, Imp., itv, tCitlnaa 5K?; silrtr Iiiron 12T4; Louise 5tb,2303; Victoria, Imp , 223; Louise, Imp., Tig. 27-- tf .7. G. VAlPESTEIt. Stanford, Ky. PIAXOS, ORGANS, MUSIC, Ac We re acfnlt for the old and rfllible John Church Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio, (or the aale of PI inci. urgn, Anicunuc .nuncii lnnrumean anu Mmlril Mfrcbinllfc in Lincoln and Oarnird (ountlca, Kentucky. Jlnittlitu I'ttumrilts recUcd until wtd for The bent ntmnlurd Nnabe Co, liazelton Bros., titaUer ton.Winverttt and New England Planoa, ) loiter A either upright or juare. InOrgini. the lollow. leg wrll'known mairt: nougiu warren, jvau Church A Co. and the Sterling, with th patent 1 Notions, Ammunition and Spices,. Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. Canned Goods from the Best Canneries of the Country. y Mutlcal In- world. tent lree to all who apply, IlluuritM alio the belt rticrtnce front thoie who haie bought and tried any or the abore muiicai initru-menAddrto us at Stanford, Ky. COOMi. S. 11. A; L. itnimnf. llitmc Hell Attachment. Automate The CWrMff-oli.a(en int It Mrfor-- in the J. GENERAL ORDINANCE For Bargains, There Is No Place Like the Corner of Main and Somerset Sts. WHOZjXSSAXiXS COSl ERNIKO The Improvcmeat of Sidewalks Brick Pavement, with PRICES I m can-var- a, spell-boun- d ye-ten- lay cam-ruandi- ex-p-- by the City Council ol Stanford, that unltnotherwiie prOTided by the Ordinance directing the work to be done, the grading, curbing and paTing or the regnding, Tccutblng aed repatlng ol anjr ildewalk or pertlon thereof within the csrpirate llmlta of ol the city of Stanford wh'ch the Uty wuo. ell may order to be w Impr jvcJ, ahall be executed at followa. See. 1. The grading ahall agree with the pitch and grade ol tfceilJewalk, with a luffldcut depth below the curb to aJtn'.t tbsaind or fine gravel and brick raTeinoatl'eIng properly placed Where there la embankment the itdea ihall be aloped aa much ai may baneCM&ary to luttiin the pare, tnrnt in Its rDiitlon. Sec 2. At the outer edge of the pavement and aupportlng it, ahall be Uld a line or not leia than fire incn la width and eich atone t in length. ahall be at lent three ahall, in all casta, hare a full, t tare J Jlnt , not leia than twelve inchei deep The curbitonea shall be tooled dowa'to a uniform straight line for n lull depth of two inches be'.ow the top on the inner side bo as ta mile a true an i neat Joint with the bri' ' paving hereinafter ipjclSed. Curb atones shall be of good, hard, sound llmeitone, free from flaws, dry awun or cracks All curb atones to be laid trjeta line and grads The material excas shall, after they vated for placing the are set iu position, be put bick in layers and thoroughly rammed. Sec. 3. Tae brick pivemeat chill ba formed of whole, good, sound, paring bricks and laid on a bed ol shar.i sand or Irom any admixture fine grarel, thoroughly fr ol earth, and four Inches in depth. The pavement shall bslald with the usual bond, herring boue, and truly and neatly jointed to the line of curbstones. When laid nd inspected the pavement shall be covered with shnrp land or tine gravor solt brick el. So brsken, Irregularly shall hi used. The pitch ol lh sldtwalk, when finlsh'd, stall ba thre inebss froat the Inilde edge tatua outer edje a- thi curbing an! their slullbj seven lest.tho outer edge width uvr all of the pavlcj: Meg raised one Inlflnc'a above tho level ol the cub. Sec. I. All ildewalks In front ot tha property of any person or persons, wow busman neoiItatcs thccrojlngthrof with wheeled vehicles, shall haves roadway elthar of brlcis placed oa edga or ot stone siifini extending th entire width of tho sidewalk oisultab'e dlataneeapitt. Whcro ilig-glIs used, cicj s:one composing tin flagging shallbenot lest than three fen ncd six Inches long, Altoan Inchei Tide and eight and a ball deep and the sptcas bjttreeu the digging slnll b paved with britk plated on eJ;; In all caMs provided for In this section the work ahall rade f the adjaoant agree with the pitch an 1 sidewalk. under thla orjlnonca Sec. 5. The work d shall be done accird In; to the spectskitlons of tbliwdlnam'i anl to thi antlo satisfaction of C ty Bngluevr aud approval of the Coauoll. BE IT ORDAINED curb-elonf.--i' Curb-stonecurb-stonehard-burne- l, Over 40 Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagons, Over lO Farm Wagoii.s and many other Good to be RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES. Too Many Goods on Hands; Trado is Dull and They Must Bo BoldL GEO. D. WEAREN, Munul'ttcturcrfe' Agent. "The Bourne from which no Traveler Returns Sick." CATECHISMS FOR OLD CHILDRENWno la tbe oldest man ? Dr. Brown Wuo la tbe wisest wan? Col. Fountain Eox Fobbltt. Who la tbo nandsomeat uian ? Dr. Ed. Esta, What three couples are going to marry next week? This Is a secret, but Dr. Source will tell you, - Articles, Bbjw.cise (icoda, SpeUnilo, Mixed Taints, Stationery, Toilet Articles, Books, Slates, Ac, Ac., Ac. Who Is tbe luckiest man Scott M. Jonc. (bis wife haa triplets.) Who la the abarpest person I The one who deals with jours truly, till tbe cows come hoiue. Who deal with Dr. Bourno? All who want good goods and cheap prices. Who Is Ben S. Swope'a sweetheart ? Ait I.uclen Lailey. 91. t. BOURNE, WbatdoesDr. Bourne keen' anything; he u!U all kids He doein't of Medicines, Fancy kj AT THE NEW DRUG STOHB, STANFORD, KY. K. UNDERTAKER AND , ! Dealer in JETiii'iiitiiie f' J J T7JI. DAUOHKItri, Mayor, McltOBERTS, Clerk. A. Full uiul complete asHortiucut ol' irtiriilttirc, cuibrAcliiK eiN erythlug l'roiu Ibe Chcnpcnt to the Finest Parlor HnHe. No need to ro to tlio lare cities to make your imrchuseH, no matter what quantity or quality you irnnt, an I can nnd vslll duplicate any prices you can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Also a'i'nll assortment ot CofUiiH, Cacs, Shromto and Robes, euibroo Iiir all tho New Styles, both cheap and expensive, Ware room? opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. fc Simi-SSltcM- n n(crioronnmI j ! PATH'S FIRST STAGE DRESS. A SINGULAR, AUCTION. A MOTHER TRIES A Dosirablo Farm Oontaiuing about 100 llarlng TO SELL HER BABY. SufTerSiijr LUMBER YARD. oi'OueJ up a. lumW yard In tiic rc.irol our store, we nre now wf-TP-e I Kn i .rA IK THE EVERGLADES. ROUGHING IT IN THE FLORIDA. SWAMPS OF i I A Trip lo tlio Ochlcliiibce Country nml Somo l'nctft About Heclalmod Isind Drcilcln tlio Stimuli unit Itullillns Cannls. !. Por. later Ocean. Threo of us rtirntiKO 1 for n. trip down tbo Klssimmet) valley into the Okechobee country. Wo i ecured tho little steamer, Rosalie, one of ft ileit of Ave or eii small craft that ply these lulnnd wateri in obedience to passenger or fiei?ht demand. 1 may say tbat tbo passenger demand luu not nmountod to much m yet, for tbo facilities are oxcoodiujly limited, nui tliedredgos can only lie passed onco a day. The trip only po'wssJ added attraction! to our yot ti remember." littlo party of two gentlemen and one lady 'Who was her first teacherP because of the small experience In'Tousliin "Tbat child was bora to sin?, nnd sho it" which it ould involve could not have made her life different had Tbo boat was one used in conreviuz suc- - she tried. She needod fow lessons, itigiug pljes to tbo dredges of the Okecbobee Laud as naturally as a uightingalo botweau the company, and consequently had no cabins. pauses of the wind. Her II There was a room below wboro six or eight Darelli, who I think, is still living in i'hiln persons could eat comfortably, but the deci delphia, gavo her tbo few lessons she t.oeded. nbovo was quite upm, It was a light and pleasant tak for both Wo started from this enterprising towr. teacher and pupil. Musical knowledge nnd first made tbo trip across Lake Tolic. seemed to come to her without any ollort of pakallga with but one stop a dUtanco of bor own and liko a bird she did her work fifteen mile. Tbo stop was made nt P.no unbidden. Wbeu sho was 7 years old we island, the handsome roclaimed property of came to this country about the samo time Capt. Rose. CapL Roso was tho pioneer la and renewed our acquaintance in this city. most of tbaardujus labor connected with I did sswing and was (ometimos engngod by tbo inception of tbo vast draiuage opera-tion- s Mine. Bar j Hi to fix over her drees and undertaken by tbo Okochoboo com- make new ouas for tho children Carlotta, pany. Amalia, Adelina and another that diod very young. As wo headed toward tho foot of j lake "Adelina made her first oppoaranco nn nnd pushed off again, tho captain pointed to any stage when she was S yonrs of ago, nnd the east and said: "Yonder is tho mouth of tka canal which it was in this city. I cannot recall where loads into Lake Hast Tohopekslisa, a sheet the sang, but I know it wns at a concert , Wall l.n- ...... ..... of water extending over an area of twenty-on- e Thfit trill f'llrlr.fnilT- - jV.... M,,. .VH. pant-- nr-..V.., MV, square mile', and onlv dralnoJ. i mother wanted me to make the dress which prior to tho building of tho canal, she was to wear, and I did. It was of wblto silk, very pretty, with a few trimming', and by sewage through intervening Tho canal is a little over set off ber round little figure well. I tlmll throe miles long, and has a fall of over never forget the day 1 took it to her and the tried It on. Kotbing would pleoso bor, six foot AVhen tbo canal was completed the current was so furiously rapid that o and the dresi was especially bad and I was the batefulest old thing In tho world. Sho dam had to Lo built The lake was lowtho swoet little ered nearly sovon feet. I am now tearing cried with vexation, it did not lit her away the dam, as tho current has spent It- rebel, because as she thought, and was what is self, in order that a steamer may be to ply daily between Kissimmee City called 'poky.' Wo tried to convince ber and Jfarcoosee. the thriving English colony tbat it was lovely and couldn't b made better. It was no uso. Sbo tore it on Lake East Tohopekaliga." I shall not worry the reader with statis-tic- off, hung it on the floor and jumped on it with a childish anger that was laughablo. but find it Impossible to procod without giving the briefest possible raiumeof But she hal ti wear It all tho same. She the work already done in the way of drain- saug iu it aud madu a hit The prico of that dres. was t37. I callod with the bill u ing and redeeming tho terra Incognita becouple of times, but was not paid. I have tween this city and Cape Sable. Tbo conipauy was chartered in 1S51. and that bill yet though it is thirty four years lnce I gave up trying to collect it Patti has a concession for reclaiming S.OtW.OW acres of land In the southern half of tUo lias forgotten about the dress ber mother peninsula, with tho right and title to half of ordered and it will uever be paid for. The tbo land thus reclaimed. The first surveys memory that I made it for such a singer is wero made In 1S32 in the country wet of euougb for me And Jims. Lauza excused herself with nn j.aKo inenpocuee, witu reference to a drain-ng- e cnnal extending from Lake Okechobee amiable smile and went cheorfully into her cosy little kitchen to got dinnor for her to tho bead waters of the daughter, who camo bounding in from river, extending through Lake Hlchpochee and Lake Flirt. A dredge came up the school. Caloosauatcbie to Lake Flirt nnd then cut A Tight with the Cnreans. its way through an immense growth of low IWashicgton Cor. ChIca;o News. grass on to Lake Okechobee, excavating I was talking with Commodore Schley twenty-tw- o miles of canal tbat Is six feet th9 other day in relation to his light with deep by forty-fou- r wide. The canal is now the Coream fifteen years ago, when being wldonod to 200 feet nnd dcep-jue- d to Rogers, in command of tho Asiatic ten feet. squadron, went ti Coroa to get an explanaThe canal has already lowered Like tion from Corean officials for the destrucOkechobeo three feet Considering tbat ths tion of the American schooner Sherman in ferred, migrant. ir. v novum. superficial area is something liks 1.003 l"W5, He said: "Two men navy and "A plug of tobacco," yelled nnotber. square miles, this reduction t a significant myself were the first to getof the the fortifi over one. For live minutes the Immigrants offered The Sixth Annual Exhibition cation, ueuina wntcu tno uoreans were After a charming ride of nearly thres fighting. Xj sooner had we got within the her all sorts of things for her little one. t THK hours over Lake Tohopekaliga, we entered fortification than both tba nun. who stood Irom an oia e to a pewter pot the jetties tbat bavo been built from the on each side of me, fell deed. For tho first with a broken handle. Some of the em! mouth of the canal nt South Port out Into time in my life I beard the music of bullet. ployes of the place finally gave her food tbo lake. 'Music rules creation; for herself and child, aud last night, when XP.IDAY A SATIHDAY- .-- Will be hell South Port is simply the uama applied to But when a bullet singa through tho air, a reporter visited tho Garden both wero So close t man's head tbo place, where a sugar farm, belonging to huddled asleep on the Moor, forgetful of Tbat it raises his bair, the Okechobee company, Is locate 1. There To eujjy it require! a tate that Is rare, their destitute misery. Tbey will probare half a dozen houses occupied by tho Catalogues glvlrsa list of ihi premium , A. , ably be sent back lo Poland. And a ortaiu amount of cultivation,' operatives, and soma of tho families of men will be srnt ouappllcatlcn slntelho wrre print I assure you. I hoard the ugly thud of bult.een the "I'll tell you of another curious caso olaspeclal preiuluui hn Hedge ald,dtrUl.lo, secengaged in working on dredge n. few mitos Co., ol wto by the lets as they struck the bodies of men and which camo in about two months down the ago," ond day Cheapestliajlon Mcst Knluriog Keu i( but no poitofflce. We and make tbo went ashore hero and had a chance to see knocked them lifeless. I stood alone before salu nn officer. "A young German couple tbe World W.T. Adauii, A;ent, Klchuioul, sly., It seeinjd tomethotimo came iu, carrying three huge pieces r ; lt, lieldln? any what this redeemed land is capable of thos? C'jreau of forthebeUi-aJdloMareoJ doing. Here we were, tripping along the wis an hour, but it was only a few- second. chamber crockery, which tbey had brought JlSand2d,!10Catalogues W K.MHIlV, I'reslUent J. V. Wilmoxk, Stc'y Address for d bank on ground which was covered in from At first I thouzht I would run, but I todie, if I had to die at all. by being with them nil the way from home. Some two to three feet of water but two ignorant people conn hro with the idea years ago. Was this Florida' There was f hot in front But our forces camo rapidly. Vhen tbey saw the predicament in which 1 that such necessities can't bo bought in no sand visible. The ground appeared inwas placed, they surrounded me to protect America. They sold all threo articles for stead to bo a rich, black loam. I approachei For tho Romoval oi Pig Pons and me. Tee tie banks of the cnnal, and saw from the were so flghtdld not last long. Our forces $1.T), which, with unothor silver dollar, Offal from Livory Stablos. suoerbr that tbey soon drovo the was all they had in the world. No cut that thi was not n thin crust of surface Scared! I bavo never Inen sooner had they got to a room in a lodging-imemyaway muck, but a stratum at least eiht near by tlinn the foolish foUow Bi: ITOP.DAINKDby the City Councilor" Stan-for- d thick on the average. There was a small so scared in my life. If I had never after- house thru tbe following ordinance shall be sugar mill in operation, and a she I near by ward een the Corean who killed the man at went cir mid spent all but ten cents of it frcmand alter Julr to, JSSV-S- kc. my right I would have taken my oath that for n pistol. Some one told him ho would where the cane juice was being boilal down 1. That i ins aredeclareil a nulaanco In I recoinlz! him need it to shoot the savages in limits and into -- yrup, iutjad of bsing made into be was eight feet tall this wild the corporate my, jooj, tbat from and alter the among the dead after tho fight was over. He nnd uncivilized country. j "r "i" 10th oay sugar, ns tbo resent state of the market faThe couple lived tierson or oi j persona to hare iiioo their premise anr vor the manufacture of yrup rathr than was not over five feet six. on that ten cents for three days. How pig pea or enclosure In the corporate limits of the "We won Jred during the fight why the sugar. they did it I don't know. When the land- iltr. In which boga are coanBei auu icu. any llrery stafcVc. 2. Coreans Knar by were patches of can from twelve tion wa.: offer! such apportion. Thoir ac- lord went for his lent, of course the jioor ble within It shall be unlawlul for the city to ier-mthe corjor.iie limits cf exuiained by a document wo found to fifteen feet in height, of perfect stanl, days any HtUrlnii ol to accumulate orer fir They wore on in the I'jitiflcatlon. The document was fellow couldn't pay him. and an average diameter of very njarlv two from the emperor of Corea to his subjects. tho point of being turned Into the street, chC. 3. Xor any Tlolallon ol this ordlnanre the mchess Evidently this cane nbouldlve He told t.iem that If they failed to kill us when the wife suggested to her husband theroof shall bo tm ilollara for eraeh day been cut weeks before, ns it was already aud ran away be would kill them nftor tho that as ho had no money lit might olfer tlienuleauce remaloi unaUte.1. Udly choked with nn uudergrowth of W.U. Ji.tltfill KllTY,Har fight "aras r ver." tho pistol. The lnudlord did not underI notlood that tho cai.e was finely John J. ! Kohkkm, Clwk Clly Council. stand German, and was Ignorant of what tasted like tho cane grown m Cuba. A fcjns Wrltir's Huppy lilt. was said. "When wns this caual put through'' 1 irhilodelphla 1'ress.l "The young fellow rushed excitedly for of a bystander who seemei to be in An a mining incident to IN us how the oiithority "Just nbout two yoars ago," author of tnat spoclilc tuodorn hit, "Hush, his bag, which was thrown iu ono corner win the response. "A little over a year ago Little Bab), Don't You Cry," hit upon the of the room, and, pulling out tbo pistol, the work of clearing tho land wnt peculiar nama for hi work. Tho author, thrust it toward his creditor. The land and n few wosks later the cane was planted.' Surgeon, Mr. M. II. Rojonfeld, while pasting through lord wliolly misunderstood the motiv of Physician For breaking the land u team of twoordin-ar- p tho labyrlnthiau precincts of a southern the net, nnd, believing that the poor man mutes was used; for cultivating, one fruit market at Charleston, S. C, some mount to shoot him, iie hallooed for tho posaute. The season was very unpropltiom, years ago was attractel ton burly negru;s lice. The neighbors riihlieil in, there wns 0iRceon4th St., 13anville, Ky. tlw spring being dry and the fall extremely upjn whose lap a negro Infant lay screaming. a great scene, and the young Germnu camo net; but the yield is, as yi,u tee, " Seeing that tbeeflbrtsof tbo mother to soothe within un ace of going off to jail. A Gorher proclou burden weroiu vaiu, tho author "You didn't use uny fertilize upon such a paused a moment, carelessly saying to the man produce dealer iu Washington Mar- IMIch nntl I'lhliiln rerlectly ket piomlsed to give him work, be wns let C'Krcel. muck' yi ur.ge.ter, "Hush, little baby, you'll bo nil go( and he called in to seo me, feel"Kone at all From of nn nngel some inexplic- ing quite contented. From Immigrants spend acre here we cut SOU stalks of cane, from able cam?, whethor from surprise or from uliich weexproiwi 'J03 gallons of Juice, an added fright (M. Rosonfeld Is a tall, lank their money very foolishly, ns a general No Knifo, Ligature or Caustio average of one quart per stalk. Many stalks Individual with (lowing locks a la Wilde;, cr thing." UBod. would yield two quarts of juice. Thirty-flv- j whether from tte sound of a strango voleo, Napoleon B)npttrM win of twn jesra Eallousof syrup were made from tin (uc. the black pickaninny Immediately coased iti old when hi ii(iln St. IJeIr This would be equivalent to raising 10 O0J frantic career and stared wouderiiigly nl "Hough on P.its" clears out ras anil mice .stalks per aero, containing I 000 gallons of the passing writer, who hastened home, and. lie Treatment Mild. No Detention From Mlouh on Corns" for Corns aud Iluolous. ITc, juice, and yielding 700 gallons of syrup. with the enthusiasm of Inspiration, wrot BusincsE. This showing would have beou 20 pjr cent, Thin "Wti' Health Kenewer" restores tbat now famoui composition. The publishnmii'-ratusletter had wo possessed ilrst-claers have quaintly reproduced tbo face of the health and vor mri dyspepila, Ac. SI. "Itough im liwtuacue"ihluetDt relief, l'c. Laoy on too froutu page, and Lotta is sing, Xo Certain ami rermniient. "Is thoro much such roclaimed lanl as lug the song Ladlet who ould retain freshness and Tlvaolty, Cure Xo end-whe31-- Mndo Thlrtj-rou- r Yours Ajro liy n I.nd.v In New York nml tlio IIIH Forgotten. Ntw York World. Vvlien Adelina Fnttl was a child sho ofton sat on the lap of Mine. Lauzi, who now 11 vet imi Third avenue. "She it her tuothorN ItnagV said Mine. I.iuz to ft reporter the .ithor day, "and has many of Tlio diva was her ways. born nt Madrid mid it 42 yenrj old this 1 knew tho wheh family intituruuMr. mately whon they cntco to resldo nt Milan. Mme. Da rill I, tbo mother of tho groat singer, had Leen married before nnd bail four children, two of whom nre still living Htr relation with her first husband ero sakl tu le very unhappy, but that was Lo- fore I knew tLein. Tbo little unman was of a very intne nature, all fire and flame, yet not withcut ber gontler niooJ.', whnnsho was veiy charming and lovenble. As aohild Adelina was extremely liko tho mother, could give way to sudden bursts of passion, which were as Quickly over, though not apparently regretted, and thou sho would le come most affectionate and show a sweetness nf which It is a joy to mo Tho Polish Vs'oinnn Who, Ilungcr, recti Her Child, niulSoSoiiKlit a l'ur. rlinsfr for It. W'aa Unntilo to N. Y. rroui Acres of Good Laud, Nearly all In cultlritlon, situated on (lie Stanford Prepared to Purniob any kind of Lumber nd LttiCM er turnpike rend, shout 2 miles (torn Uncsster, Ky. Well liuvroYed. Will be sold In tbe rough. I'oitsof all kinds. Shingles cut, prlTstely. Any ono In need ot such s farm csn atwel aul atuired. Alio Amenta for tbe IHtiTllle on the rullliiit on J. gtheartlciilaibrtlio tmderslgneMPotter OlU'Srls Planing Mills. t place or addressing county, Ky. Orwk.'Uucoln l. II. i tr v . C 3iu Agent lor I'.. II. smith's Heirs tut T('l M .m9m,7Z$vii, iToQIS VI LLF& NASitVILLE Jl r THECnEAT .TTlgggg: ;at""W RJj' HIL1m-&Thlibesllh-glTlii- balf-brotlu- ....j n saw-gras- a. eu-abl- s, -- Caloo-ahatch- ie Raur-Admir- Tribune. 1 Among n crowd of nearly two hundred THE BOOTH PRIVILEGES immigrants misornblo and hungry-lookin- g 01 IWK who wero nrousod front their html bods on tho floor of Castle Garden yesterday mornIIUSTONVILLE PAIR ing' was n poor Polish woman with nn InIJ at Hiislonvllleon-SATVICDA- Y, Will b fant In nnn. After vain attempts to quiet her hungry child tho poor mother JUIjY llllii 1SSI5. beggod for a .crust from some of tboso m. The Pair will be held July An Englishwoman divided around her. At J o'clock i. Jlilh, Jltli an.l Jlit. what food sbi had with tlio child, nnd for WILL II. WU.UAM3, tcc'y. n whllo it slept ngnlu In contentment Tlio woman's nuuie wns Josephine SKXD I'OK A I ATALOIH'B OK She swnrnied Into Cnstlo Qnr den with a multitudo of otbor immigrants Female College, ns poor as herself, about two wooks ago. Sho had very little money, ami positively LANCASTER, KY. no knowledge of the English language, but Larger Corps ot Instructors tliananr Female Col- sho started out nlone to look for employleg In the Slat. lliillJIugt now nBdappolnt- iuuW uneicel'ed. Tcrma reeonable. hext ment. Saturduy morning sho enmo Imck celon commence! Auijuit 31l, 1555. again, poorer than over, tired, hungry and Tor further information, alJreas discouraged. She went nwny with a warm MUllKlj EVANS, 1). V., l'rei't. clonk nnd good shoes. She camo back Wo refer bj permlM'on to the RKtERhSCEs with neither. SUo would not admit it, but followlna Kentlemeu Ilia Excellency, J- Proctor tho intcrperetor felt convinced that sho Knott. (loTernor ol Kentucky, Frankfort, Ky., (ien'l Fajetle Hewett, Stale Auditor. Frankfort, had sold them for bread. Ky:Col.n. D. Allen, tupt. Ky. Military Imtl-tut- e All day Saturday and until yesterday and PrMlJent Ky Tm.tier Aniclatlon, Tate, "talc breakfast tlmo the woman bogged enough Faim.lale, Kv.; Oil J J V.l)eha I'lckett, I reunite', um. tt Ky. Frol for her child, but she novornto n mouthful Frankfort, l'ubliclnitructlonof Kentucky, Frankfort, Ky . herself. About noon the child grew (Jot. Luko P. HlacLburn, hotuiTlllf, Ky.; Uor. It. McOreary. Klchmon.l, Ky hungry again, nnd cried for moro food. JameaWhile, Pine llluil. Ark : iter. it. Uen'1 II Kin it. Tho poor woman wns in despair, as sbo naiinh, Stale Chaplain, Frankfort, Ky. did not know tbat If sbo would apply to the otllcials sho would receive assistance. ailLLKKSBUUG Sho bad sold which everything anyone buy, would and thought nothing remained publicly but to ask for alms or starve. Tho woman hesitated Homo time, but dually she wrapped ladles will her buby up in an old plaid shawl and Tbli popular school tor younj new auspices, It under entirely went out to beg umong the crowds of people w ho constantly throng the Battery nnd 1885, lower Broadway. After two or thres rudo WITH repulses from men who are accustomed to being npproachod by Importunate, beggars Rov. O. Popo, of Augusta, Ga., as a hundred times a day, she sat down on Prosldout, the grass beneath a tree aud endeavored AD to hush her child's cries with passiouato kisses. Sho looked as tbough sho ha'i ieen Mn. S. C. Traeheart as Lady Prlncibetter times than most Immigrants In her situation. Going back into the Garden Aided by one of the most Competent (3d Experishe again nsked tho interpreter bow much ences! Utilities In the State. Parents may rest their of most uch n baby as bor's was worth in Amer- daughters the all that thorough tralnln;I, ol,ivi'j perlalna to mat In ica. The man thought she was joking, and mr,i. It couinilttea to eur care. For catalogue containing Information ai to and answered, with n laugh: terms, Ac, aJdrt-"Oh, about $4', I guess." HEV.C. POPE. Mllloraburi. Ky. OrMP.-i- . 3. C. TRUEllEAllT, Slanfurl Ky. Tbo w oiiiatt w ent out of doors again, repenting the answer over to herself. Meeting n lady on the street sho rushed up to ber and, with tears stream ing down her cheeks, begged her to buy FOP. INVESTORS OU PERSONS SEKKINt, A Home In u 1 Uriring Knlrjd Tows 7 The lady was surprised, the baby for ?4 cloM a artnrah'', but in tide an attempt to lift aside tho shau land look into tho child's face. As LOTS, 100 though frightened at what she bad done, nnd fearful that her little one wns ready For sale at public auction In Junction City, Kr., ana at tbe iroirKr tne I laiiuiiai to be taken from her, the Pdlsh mother tbe KuoxtIIIo Branch oftne I AN U R u cry of despair and hurried back uttered 10(11, 1SS5,! ugaiu to the Garden. After sitting around TIICKSI.lY,.10IiY too I.otj In the Deeming at 10 o'clock a M , oyer for n while she suddunly sprang ou one of aliofemrn't uirl pitui, wlilch is now bt of the tho benuhes and scrxnuied out: I'lwt tnrlTlDg towns In Kentucky and growing rantdlr. wellauaplled wllhscbuols andchur. bet. i "Who buy for 40r" with some thriving manufacturing interests rep. The woman ucted as though she were out eientol. Therearealsu wltbt'i 4ni yards ol this wells o( her head. Her hair and dress wero proper! Mteral nn mineral springs and health This locality lurulshes many attractions (or disheveled aud her eyes were unnaturally ami business. bright. iib, and the remainder In Tkiu4. 6, I.', Hatxlll niotitn-- , wt h. Mr inl intetHt I'Givu you fifty cents I" shouted ono Im- or may tw paid In monthly UMl.iIlinents II pre- olm3ivs .ruivi Int. WZ2XX9 Through Trunk Line ,t Summer Kmort will be under lay inauagtiHcntthli aem, and ai II It entirely relit tol and refurnished, I can promise my patrots comfort ai well as health. ItuarJ, M per w(rk ler iumI. 50 centt. V se of double cottage, V nr week. Will bare n onreyacia ai the depot lo meet paierngvra, Siu .1, ,. SVOOXAMOItK. y i ICE! ICE! ICE.!! I wilt dtllter let to regular cuttomeri In Stanford uuj riclnlt j every iuor air at dme of each month, or Without Change and with Speed Unrivaled SHORTEST TR Garrard ONEiCENT PER POUND1 Accounts due at tbe wben customer nulls. i'.i-- k AND QUICKEST . ROUTE U LOUSMM.B7 TUK it. :. it Mtiton: S0HTH & WEST PU.IIMAN, CARS Atlai ta Patannab, Ja. ks nti,le, Jlubile, and New Orleans OPERA house;,; (STANFORD. KY, &!? (.'banc will. out. i W. P. WAIsTON, 8lieof SUge.JiOiM). - Propriotor BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA In Palafe - KUht complete acta ot Ken-- j ery Seating capacity, Including gallery, (00. Address Reasonable rates to good attractions t'triWIlbml In SHORT LINE TO THE EAST Yt as Lmstlllt I'alstel'ars -: (i St. Mary's Saw Mills AMI MJMIIEII YAKI). Store. Carter s iJ(-Ju- i) kjt. On top of the Knots, close by J Otccery Seeklnc PMIfiDAMTC line of hon earn t' I I O true read wi receive special low rates iee Agents ol this l minnt rot Hies, ic.cr write C P. ATV0RE, G ' ' Loulsivillet, Kr. ' P.iU s FOOTK .V- - WitKEI.KIt, Proprietor. FEMALECOLLEGE SEPTEMBER 9th, For all klndsof general .umber. Shingle. Ac, STANFORD, KY. bulMera and others can not find a better uxrkel to Offlee South aide Main titreet, two doors abort suit IbewselTpt. Our motto Is "Good Material the M yen Hotel: Halls Pure Nitrous Oxide (laa administered whin tor ReainaaWe Rates." Iestetct Oap, Ky. qalreJ. HUltOJaON LEE F. UUFFMAN. I)J3iNTIHT, N i. LUMBER! Dressed Pine Flooring, Ceiling, Weather Boards, Finishing Lumber, Green Lumber in the Bough, including Laths and Shingles. Tor theroorenltneeof uur customers In Stanford ai! rlrlnlty we hare arranged with Ueo. If. UVimvii to keep on bis yards inaisnrti.ieDt ot our Lumber, where Ibeyrangetlt as cheap as He will also make estimates for from usdirect. any Mils not tn bauis, which we win nil on snort oa. vr. d. l'BKNr, 8TANFOUD, CCNTl'CKT. Oflea on Ltncsster street, text door ta office. OAct bsuia from 3 toll a. M.and I to3 r. at. Anesthetics administered whaa - STTmlJ- liOlltlHt, OKessary, HJl-ly- r) & MISSISSIPPI The Direct tteute to I. W. d, notice. :SHm JIEIifiX A' W.I I .". U.y, Ky -- St. Louis & tho West Nerittwiit and .Snitnweit by tbe way of MYERS HOTEL, sH well-dresse- d A K,iirccix'Axc:E TOWN OVER STANFORD. KY. Lm" Cdaitau. All TVfil'no IstI.'U aui Clixii.Laiit..t Is . ill llUlLlO - Propr direee .loourtliau at tttM pulBta wills Ibt '.ski g'i. E. H. BURNSIDE, mng Hxpre.. on tbe Mississippi f r Louts an all points U'rsl. ... luSwiiir Thia Old and Well - Known 1 H TTniifo t,'r t ',0," Uuls, Ulagcr 1.0,11 XJ ilUUI M. Hotol Still Maintains its ((ulrker thsu anybsti line glrlog eur two other isngcri Hue far uumlaaod Ctst rkelre of seta Ir; trans High Eoputation, going Test. I ! IMV ISVlXLi: or CI.VCI.WATI. A -t 1 H ' ir, r t Ouui Its Proprietor it Determined that iotT..- - n..:,.!.-- - youl t.a aud IgiUUUia UUlUKUr T be Second to no Country Ine it Shall Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of (4! , l.J ANI I "ijXl Calcago 'f their Quests. O. cfe Always makes M. 1 Points. IlagKOge will be ruaseyd tn ad from t ke de free of chares. fcpeMal aeciiaraolatt one Fast Timo and Snro Con nootlons With all Lltfs at h (iw-i- di .. to Commercial Travelers. Tbe liar will slwajs aipplled wt h tft eholresl hraada nf l.lqaort and Clear' St. Louis and Intermediate t flTM ! Xo IVrrlfh! XoOiiinllMiHTniiirv Jeuisvitii NtwAtSTCHicto(lt - jacU-kuli- Kirksville Fair Through Conohos and Pullman Stooping Cars Trou JTJTTZT 24 JJSTJD 25. Louisville to ChieiiKO, CliicliiiuKl lo ChieiiKO, IiiilliiimpoIlH lo Clik'HKO. THROUOH TIME TABLE Via Loulsellle: f "ii.vtioas made In fnl-- a Oraal, m lo a, with trainsof lines gotnj West, Norlhves acd .thweit It you are cIbi Wst to aey point, ta oa or wiito to tbe undersign!. For (all and reliable lafornili.HS In to Land, Ac , In the Weitera urates, lap retarl Ui and lowest special ralps TUkets and llouseho.i (ioods to all pian West call oa or address O AL.V1P, Pasieoer Aj't OhU A Ulselsslppl Kauway tx, . lr , li WIV.PEAHODV. W.Il'bWlir ClDrlBIUtl. Ohio con-c.ule- Lre, loulsrllle.. Arr. Ufayette -- ... -- I I I " .. 5 S I'.-vp- M p w - a u "7 Uhioago..... t 6 it p iu Ma Ml LB. "illno-OnmH P. Warn tt Via Cincinnati.Cincinnati L'. IndlanapIU..... " 1'ally. l I Home." lktwo UI.VC1X.V.1TI May IB. " "Ko", 12 Arr. CIiIcjko f? JO a ui ts If p m Up in I II 20 pM JU p w CMatsi 8hortost and Quickest Routa from Oen tral KentuoKy to all Points Noul, Last, Wost and Southwest. Past Line nun tJ'lr except Sunday. LEXIXGTOX Houtu-Bocn- A: Vt sure your ticket! read ria the (schedule In KCett 18s MONON ROUTE, Is tbo inkiest, the belt aud moet direct line to Chlra ga and potnta In the Northwest. Tli kl la tb Jl ooon It jut ) on sale a t all prl clpal ticket oliicM. I'nr rates, maps aud lull Iu formation, addrews WJI. S. BALDWIN, O P. A., I'blctjo. A. J lU'UEILI.V, LnulsTllle. n- Nora, Ex i No i. lt (UN A.AC U't)js It Sun,! Dallr Kx. Hjz 2 00 5 id j, 6 li p ci Lve, CoviBglcn...., Arr. Paris. " Lexlnston.,.. i.ve. Paris A:f- 8 10 a in 8 10 10 SI a ui ID 45 p is IS IS pm ii vepn. . . pu pu u rat-tflo"- u. MA, iil Dr. E. J. lYickerson, and GRATITUDE! ut " riwland l.ve, ltlchiiiotxl Arr. Kerea... '' Llvlngilun. " Uncatlor ""oesier tlehuiwid W 20 p w a 09 pm ll S a hi 19 sa n 11 00 p m '.' u SI') put SOp in . pn 6 i u 7. ,',, ' ,"'"" ' & S Oft p m S SO p iu C no am Klllort AtlBhtu LnulilM'iom Noirn-BooxIMou we band jou a letter from a grateful heart, which was tent to and pub. Lve. Uvingston... llshed In the Vaualyalliie, Texas, Knttrjtritt, with-o" llcrea our knowUdjeor solicitation, and we desire Arr. Klchu,oo.l .. It ptibllcltr Hi round jo.ir columns. ta Kite Lve. ItiwUnd ..... No. II 4 No. .'10 II .. S S No I M a m eiur-mou.- g y Us' r.urni'tttlu Ent rvut Krvru Sufrr hit Woman who See This to Haul It Vuvvjnlly niut irvlt. Air. ItlchtuanJ .... Arr. Winchester.. Arr Paris Lve. Lexington . Lve Parts Arr. Covington .. Lve. Klehtuoud . " Linciiter .... Sji. .715am. Warn., 26 p iu I 34 a iu 18 1 am . . .11 00 a in 7 00 a in 8 0J a m fl 04 a iu . ... S am p,", " ." tills!" I asked. uou-- i f! A ' m "Thousands of ncros all tbo way from here to Punta Rassa. Of course, there is some liopuless swamp scattered along also, but it "h fair to tay that agriculturally this will bj Ue garden of tho Htatj down hera a fow yoars hwice." "How long is this canal P "Three miles and At thh wl it is ton feet deap by soventy wido. Jtowu yonder you can see dredge No. 35i writ onlargln,' it. IJeyond the dredgo tho depth U only six f)t and the width thirty-ix.- " three-quarter- Ono of Grrcrn's Mil io try "Wells' Health Keoew-- r ' bed-bug- s, Trn'iltlo.u. ll'.xcliatitfo. know that om at loatt of (ha liwt tradltloiH of claflcul Greoco ha lasted Jonn to these latter ilav. This It the reailitits of rich citizen to ptrform public wrvli.es at tbilr private expon.o. Tlio Uni vursity of Alliens Loat an endow inont il tills moinontofmoro tUan $l!i,O00 OW. There ii a hospital utN AtLuiw, too, entertaining more than 100 aged brothers, which wni foundoi by n single wealthy Urook citizen. It ii intsraitln? to to Lako Cypross. When we leached the drodgo our whistle sounded, and in response (JLCEPLBSSNiGUTd made uilserable by tbat iho stays by which the dredgo maintained its festtion on tho cast Ido were folded back s? teirlble couth. Shlljh'a Cure is tho remedy for you. for sale by Peuuy $ McAllitcr. as to allow us to pass. After Inflecting potato and other crops that were similarly rank we Iwardod tho KoMillo and began tho trip through the canal What Com lot Accomplished. A convict in on EnglUh prlion porfectjd tho stylo of lawn tvnnu racquet now tin most popuUr amonj Hiltl.U players. 4 J great LlJuej and urinary cure. Files, roaches, auu, rili, ulte cleared out by "P.ough on Kits " 18c "Rough ou Coughs," troche, 13o llrjuld, S3c, For children, slow la dtreloptuent, puny and delicate, use "Wells' 11 with P.enewer." "P.ough ou Dentist" Tootu Powder. Try it. 15c. Nervous Weakness, Dyspepsia, Sexual Debility cured by "Wells' Health P.emwer." f l. Mother Hwan's Worm Sy,up, for fererlshcesi, worms, conitlpatlon, tatteleis. 25c. Htlnglng, irritation, all Kidney end Urinary complaints cured by "Utiehu-palba?l. Night sweats, fever, chills, malaria, dyspepsia, cured by "Wells' Health P.enewer," Sly husband (writes lady) Ii three times tbe uiau since using "Wells' Health I'.enewtr." fl, If you nre filling, broken, worn out and use "Wells' Health Itenewcr." SI. Prevalence or Kidney complaint In America; " su'iulck, complete cure. SI. "rtuchu-palU,." ccr-toii- s, Uuchu-palba- 30 p ui 2 30 vid Moraslan Palls, N C, Nor. , 1SI. S IS a m1 3 23 p in 5 'i ;Vl Ma. Duron "An ounn of' prerenilon Is 11 80 a im t 00 p m 6 4j;ni better than a ;muikI of cure, and a wuud ol enrols better than a ship had nl argu31 A YN VII.M: IIHANCII. ment In your loluiunt. I .aw .ouie tine ago an ailsertls.uient of a medicine callnl KradHcld's Kviuale lieiulator and the won. 41. Ko 4 derful reeulta from Its use; and as my wlie Dally Dallyfi a siitterei and an Invalid for bad Ex. Hun. t.x Baa, YKiKs from prolainiis and coages-tlouLve Covlnaton the womb and palnlul innutrition 2 00 pn and tho doctors cou'd do her no good, I was 1 24 p m ho I tent lor persuaded to try tbe remedy '. Wi.1' -.8 20 a m 5 2 n n, .... 1J FTIIJMM two liotlles, and the mult wat she Improv10 40 a III 7 60 p u ed so much tbat 1 sent for another package ("TfoTST No. 81 " and she It now able to do her household Toy. Cure, work and goes about wherever she pliases irany Ex. Bun Hx. fcun I am roulblHUt she Is pirumneully cured. I sent for a lot ol this wonderlul Female Lve Maysvllle. to sell, and osery liottle that I hive a tu 00 p u Arr Paris 8 10a ru dlsios(d of hat given toiupletu satislactlon, Special Attention also Given to Chron" Islington 9 10 a m r, io p u and the results nre In every case all tbat " Civlngton ic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, 11 90a m cou'd beilosliid. i 00 rm which With thanks to the Nokk. Trains a arid I are dally between d called my attention to It aud io tho cncsicr Lexington nnd Covington; other Ira'ni llegulalor Co., the propilitortct Ibis arc dslly except Sunday. At well as all Dlseasee peculiar to Women. grtat Uxin, I am graiofully yours, ' rim rii Lexington and Paris anJ J. n. Davis. can lconsu:td free Charges mod rate Dr N. tvla Wlu.liwteranJPsrls. P, 8 You can publish llilt or not, as nl Lamp ami will be louuu at Ills oifim at all I'lminiui inniisare inatie at Winchester wit i you tee tit, but Kr tho benefit ot women, I CliiMiiealeA Oblis for Sit tbe next three months timet terlluc. Ashlanl i!uje ym win. Huntington. Charleston, W. Va, Ilv permission lio refrs to the lollowlns Any one whudoublsthegeaulnenttiof theabave h. lljsley, O 1 A, Uckey, H. Irwlu,. Stanford, Ky.; Judge O . Lee, lem Miirnhy. can wtlietoMr. Dasls, who will give all pattiiu P. l'emiilf, John M. Spootiauior, him C'ojk, D.B. wcei dudnnaVl and Itlchmond J.A.Dole. Hu Ky ; .., .. tet . -- .ill. K.: IUt iblnon, Lancater laiiTlllr; II. ll. lart. Bnd Wathlnglop, D, c Tbs. I). Sultnn, J 5. K ., . ., . . Through etd for i ii r Wok ooataluln: valuable informs onA J. B. Walker. C. C. Chrlntiau KlikiTllle, n tion fer wouien. It will lo mailed fiee to ,,,,,11- - Je.tln.tlon reaeliH ifliSHSH Jouiison. Jlryautrllle. Ky.; J P. Daniel, s. . u. Muiuji;, W. H. WHITTII'FY J Bosley, Lebnion, Ky., Oeo. Lew-i- s. cants, Trav. Pate. Agent, ' Cauipblerllle, Ky.j A. A. McGlnnls, BowIIdk THE I3UADFIBLD UEOUL VTOR CO., Green. Ky.j (leo. L'oliou, Judge J W. Hushes, 23 Atlanta. Ga. lln n. tv M'.V.Ir'BS' K' f. W. Harrodsburg, Ky.j C.C. Shumate, Me Alee, By. i 'Icncrtl Manager. For sale by DIt. M. L. BOUItNL', Staifad, Gen. 1W-Ac- t NOITH-IIOI'NU-eFir-tkk- ., 7 24 a v ;; yOUTH-IIOl'M- uiy Spta 1 ;,ij'. ilrnd-Hel- r.'"..? t- mi Mckln-uey:JCy;- trtu yll',. """' hi-..- ..- nr r"W MU SMt"' AI '18 -- I