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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885071701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r Stmi-Mcth!nnterior xUll VOL. XIV. journal t'rltlau ANNUM Mini If we have to will be ehargod. f HKeeUn MMUimi STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1885. ROCK CASTLE SPRINGS. DANIflLLE, 11 BOYLE COUNTY. OARRARO COUNTY DEPARTMENT. lonftial NO. 39. Vubltehefl TucHilnv 8'J.OO XM311 Wlunrald strictly wait any tlnio. In advance. 83.00 W. P. WALTON. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. Sronv or a Dude. Once upon a time not tor Ion ago, a dude of doubtful ago but no leu a dude, who hat taken up a A The rapidity with which raw material ia converted into marketable goods is shown by tho fact that nnple augar ia on sale two Boa-toThe moss crop of Florida la said to be weeks before the sap begins to run. Post. worth more than the cotton crop, and it God made the country, man the city, can be placed on tho market at leaa expense. The demand exceeds the supply, the devil Chicago, but no one has ever and there is not a county in the State in been mean enough to be accused of making New Jersey. which the product is not going to waate. South and West. "Rough on IUt"clerj out rats and wlco. 15c A girl with three arms is an attraction in "Hough on Corni" for Corns and Bunions, ire. a Louisiana side abow. She can play the Thin people, "Wells' Health Kenewer" restores piano with two of them and turn the mu- ncaun ana vigor, cures dyspepsia, Ac. SI. "Hough on Toothache" Elves Instant relief. 15c. sic with the other, thus saving the expense Udlcs who would retain freshness and vivacity, Drake's Travelers' Magof a young man, don't fall to try "Wells' Health Renewer." azine. 'Bucbu-palba,- " great temporary retldence in the town of Crab, hired a Bpauklnir team and eurrey of James fi Cbadwlck, and In coiupsnj with two of our uimI fascinating ladles drote in the direction of the famous "Old Dripping BprlnRs." Tfce "ut bclc through a lonely wood aod the hour belog late, this dude had to conient himself with the admiring Klancesonly of the two ladies who accom7 panied him as the crowd to attenible at that famous old watering place had them by aereral hours Hat this dude'e cup of happiness wu full to when upon their arriral at the springs he saw before him a crowd of fifteen hundred t cople, and beheld the admiring glances of hundreds of beautiful women upon him aa he decended from his carriage and with all the airs of the dudi est of dudia proceeded to assist the ladies to alight. "Obi who is that pretty little duds? lie is just to lorely for anything," were aome of the many comments heard on all sides. After furnishing his ladies with glasses briming full of the cold, clear, sparkling water jutt from the fountain, he proceeded to drink their health in the most approved style and much to the amuie-me'n- t of thost near, but the dude roon tired of the small enclosure near the spring and proposed to the ladles "that we take a saunter around ttiose surpentlne walkH upon the side ol It.at beautiful mountain, and rest upon one of those splendid rustic seals that I see in the cool ehady nook in the distance, that wc may haTc a belter Wew of the crowd, (and aside to the ladies) that the crowd may hare a better view of us." Tin I. due who were really enjoying the attics of tie dude readily consented and alter considerable difficulty succeeded in UbJiun the dude salely in the much coveted seat. The dude complacently viewed the crowd below his radiant oountenancc plainly rbowicg tne happ!d(8l that filled his soul. Finally the ladies proposed thai they dercend to the ball-roofrom whence they cauchl faint strains of muic wafted to them on ou the winRs cf the evening zephyr. It was with a change of countenance that the dude commenced to make the descent tf the mountain. He felt a contraction of the leaders about the knee caustd by the tight-nof his pints at that particular point and heSiad not proceeded far upon bis downward grade, when Oh! horror of hor rori; his knees gave way and the little dudo went head foremost into a crtrico In a rock just below the winding walk, his head and shoulders being buried in his hat, which only a few minutes befote had been "only too sweet." The only part of this dude's anatomy now visible to the crowd below was hii two little feet encaccd in a pair of goat slippers and a small show of the beautiful stuped stockings that encircled his shapely ankles. The two ladies laid hold upon these two small appendages and with much difficulty extracted the poor little dude from his uncomfortable poaition. When again upon terra Gama I will leave it to my readers to imagine the picture presented by this dudo with hair disheveled, with that plug hat mashed out of all proportion, with that dude suit all foiled and torn. Suffice it to say that no ball room was visited by thatdude that evening, but he wnj only too glad to have the ladita to order their team and take him away from tho pitying glarces of the bright eves wbicli that morning hd only vbown with admiration. Afur due time the little dude was safely landed in his own room at the Harris House, wnere alone in his mieery he fought out his battle. Moral. It is not always safe for a married can from one State to pile on too much dude in another. d over-flowins Tho hand and accompanying friends were joined en route to this charming resort by a largo party from Louisville and other places, nnd takiog the stage at London immediately nfter arrival of train, plunged into the density of n lovely forest and protected from the sun's rays, in eay coaches drawn by fal, sleek mules, with picturesque ecenery all about us and occasionally glimpieaof the distant Cumberland moun tains, rising In blue aud golden grandeur, we reached the river in a few hours, where a sight met our eyes that not a gilted writer could even faintly portray. In honor of the arrival of the Gold and Silver Ihnd the river waB beautifully illuminated by bonfires upon tho huce rocks and gettirg Into a large boat in waiting we (hated down to the wharf playing "ForepaugbV Orerture" amid the deafening cbera of the large number of guetta at the hotel, and it lasaid that was the music on the wateisand lovely the picture presented that one of the guests unconsciously exclaimed (in the language of T. P. Hill, Jr.,) "I feel like n straight to heaven." On arriving all of our crowd was surprised at the magnitude as well aa the surpassing beauty of the hotel. Tbcieisa large crowd here, among them some of the most wealthy and dis tinguished families of the State and an tin limited uumber of most charming young ladles, and our boys were immediately received into the family associations and pleasure, and a happier lot would be hard to find. What a delightful freedom from society foolishness is here. Like a pleasant, cultivated family, all seem to be interested in the happiness of others. Services were held here Sunday by Kev. 8. Poland, of Nicbolaaville, in the chapel and not one gnest was absent. A pious-toneconcert was given Sunday night, tho Gold aud Silver Ihnd nesisted by the splendid orchestra of the springs. It is worth a week's board here to see Mj. King displaying the gallantry of a genuine English gentleman. There is more real pleasure here for little money than anywhere on the globe. Krerybody " come and "come while it is called, J. F V. The latent theory concerning IJrighl'n disease and other tflecliocs of the kidneys is that they are due to the immoderate use of ice water and other chilled beverages, Thirty or forty years ag., a physician asserts, when people slaked their thirst with water from well or pump, kidney diseases was virtually unknown. Now, however, the general use of ice in every household and saloon and the multiplication of rada fountains cause thousands of persons to ab- rupiiy miock tneir neaica internal orsacs with fre zing draughts, and kidcey trou ble arc prevalent. sosoul-insplrlnsky-rockgo-in- g d KOCK CA8TI.E Sl'llINU!, July The "literary fellows" about Dinville Lancaster. are unanimous in the opinion that Mies --The latest take-of- l Jn'political circles Cleveland' new book, "George Elliot poet- - is, "Will the postoffice be removed to Rich- ry, etc.," is a work of more than ordinary mond?" M'ROBERTS, & STAGG,, Opera House Block, Drugs, (JUUUMCUIg, hpeakingofcourting faloonsays in the Louisville Ttmr "I think that a small sofa in the northeact corner of the parlor when the girl's little brothers have all been wmppeu nnu pui 10 oeu anu tier mother is visiting in the country and the old man ha gone to the lodge and there Is no moon and thegas company is on n strike and the girl is afraid of burglara will beat a straight flush for courting purpotcf; but then I have never tried the picnic variety of love-maing and oughtn't to condemn what I know nothing about." k The summit of Cotopaxi, the loftiest of active volcanoes, has never been reached This greatest of mountain wonders is 15, 000 feet higher than esuvius, and shoots forth ils fire from n crest covered by 3 000 feet of snow, with a voice that has been heard 000 miles. The city of Los Angeles, Cal., has a pop- Intionof about 35,000. Its Btrceta nro lined with eucalyptus and pepper trees and with handsome business blocks, which are more numerous and costly than in most American cities of five times the population What is the difference between the young fellow who ia osculating a girl and another who only eeea the performance? One is kiating miss and the other is misting a kia'. Sittings. "Why is it called honeymoon?" asks an exchange. Honey, because it ia full cf cells, and moon because it "cornea high," Throw another one at a. fYonkers Statesman The Steamer Oregon burns 337 tons of coat per day, which U more than any other vessel. THY IT YOMUH.L-- ! Tto proof of the-- pudding U nut In chewing the ttring,hut In having nn opportunity totry tits Drufftat, jonrwlf. 5lc!!oUil k tnv'afreetrtal latttoof Dr. losnko' rughnnl f.M igSjmp for each and every ntsawho li nffllctad with Cousin, 0M, Aitkau, OowuwtUwi or any I.ungAffMtloa. kidney and urinary cure. Files, roaches, ants, rats, mice cleared out by "Rough on Rats." 15c. "Rough on Coughs," troches, 15c; liquid, 25c. Tor children, alow In development, puny and delicate, tiso "Wells' Health Renewer." "Rough on Dentist" Tooth Powder. Try It. 16c. Nervous Weakness, Dyspepsia, Sexual Debility cured by "Wells' Health Renswer." f 1. Mother Hwan's Worm Syrup, for feverlshniiis, worms, constipation; tasteless. 25c, Stinging, Irritation, nil Kidney and Urinary complaints cured by "Bucbu-palba.- " (1, Night sweats, fever, chill, malaria, dyspepsia, cured by "Wells' Health Renewer." My buslund (writes a lady) Is three times the man since using "Wells' Health Renewer." 51, If you are falling, broken, worn out and uso "Wells' Health Renewer." 81, Prevalence of Kidney complaint In America; a quick, cemplete cure. 51, " bed-hug- s, ner-voUiichu-palba- been subscribed and fully paid up, the remaining flfty-sl- x thousand, oue hundred dollars of the capital stock shall be Issued at such time as the Board of Directors of said corporation may authorize by unanimous vote at never less than one hundred dollars per share. Ths said corporation is to commence business June 25, 1635, and to continue In business for the period of twenty-fivyears, unless sooner dissolved by a vote of the majority ol the fully paid up capital stock. The affairs of said corporation shall be conducted and managed by a Board ot Directors compostd of Ave, and said Board of Directors shall bo elected by stockholders annually on the first Monday ln March oreach year, aud until the first regular election of said Board of Directors. M. J. Harris, R. U. Bronaugh, Henry Fulber, John W. Holmes unit I.. M . I.4letr alifilt Mnxtlttltn anil rrtmnnia lh. Board of Directoisofsatd corporation. The otliceis of said cojporatlon sball be a President, who shall act as manager, and a Secretary anil Treasurer, anu ram oiucera 01 sam corporation soaii ue elect- S1 mMM cu niiuuaiiy on mi ursi .uunuaf iu .iiiircii ui caca i year by the Board of Directors, and to hold their respective oltkes until tbelr successors are elected , and qualified; and until tho first regular election as said otneers anil until tno persons Heeled shall navequsnnea, it. li. iirnnaugn suan iiom the olli e of President and Manner; M J. Harris shall hold the office of Secretary and John W. Holmes shall hnld the office of Treasurer of said amount cure for Catarrh, Dyphtberla anJ CanVer Mouth, corporation. The highest sball at of Indebtedness t to whtchai'd corporation anv time sub. "l'roKresslso" Toker. Tor sale by Tenny A McAllstcr tpn tbousril dollars, and no jectltsell shall Chicago Herald indebtedness null li inclined except by the fcDld you over play progresdvo pokorr" inITCH cured ln 39 minutes by WolforJ's Sani- unanimous vote of tne Board of Directors. Tbo private property of tho stockholders s'lall bo ex quired one druinuicr of nnother, ns tli pair tary Lottou. This never falls. Sold by Penny empt from a'l corporate debts and liabilities wit tied down over a lurgo majority of four A lie A lister, Druggists, Stanford; also by M. C. In testimony whereof, wo hereunto subicrlbo our r. IllmwrV HucLlebrrrr Cordial It the jTrUSrw Cranp-t'ollaseats. A D. N. Williams. Mt. Vernon. names, this the lKthilay or Juni, lbS). signed r jcljf; urloiI)arrhii?o.lyKnlcrT L, m. Laslky, It. II. liRONAl'llt. l.onl, audr 'lmt!l9 IlltUom laTtrlnf naa gamo. You mean "'over beard of the Joif.f W. Holmks, James Rici., ffccts or tsitm. Fp-alura th frit m from Lotisvit-LK- , progressiva otichre, don't youf Kv., Feb. !3, 18S2. llK.NBV FULUKlt, B. S. HlTK, bj all ilruirgl.U at 50 cent a bottle. Kreia personal knowledge of Its efficacy, I can "Xo, progros.tlvo poker. I'vo playoJ it. M. J. Hareu, TnjIor'nClii-roUeThis is tho way It goo.'. You start in nt the recommend ie "fAMOjA TOOTH WASH" as nnd l ullt-li- i will euro rouRhs, (.'roup and beginning of tho f orison with plenty of being thorctijhlr reliable, and fully equal ln acPrice Uj?. aud M a bottle. money, aud nothing but dollar auto aul (50 tion to all that is claimed for It. I tako pleasure Both for sale by Dr. M L. EOOKNE, Stanfor- dE limit is good enough for you. I'rotty soon In adding my testimony to that of others. you think 'J5 cent auto aud $10 limit a nice Very truly yours, Jons G. CtciL, M. D. game, tfeit you coma down to 10 cent Prepared only by Famosa Chemical Co., Louisville. Only Line via auto, tL u to a nickol, and Dually you For Salo by M. L. Rourne, Stanford. try wouldn't touch anything blggor than ponny rsTT.inrTsf'jr'? i wi a Vui -- " TBTi " " You couldn't If ante and a quarter limit. Wfiat WW Surely Do It. nt ! X pnn -. ar Weekly nw-- iF-- . you wnntiHl to, without tlndlug n man willti3. i .i . - i.ieinanics. eo- One's hair begins to fall out from aany causes. Baltimore, Philadelphia New i'.-- . and r - rtic er l and patent ing to lend you a stake. That's what I call Tho Important question Is, what Is sure to make t r i.r ilMlted, y f:r p'nstntcd wisk. York City, :.i' fnc-a- v furnUhn ' i '' progressive poker." Itgrow InajslL? According to tbo testimony or talujb.eHi . v i ttfirfniinitlonwhlob ai. j r .n h. WITH TUBOl'OU , I. j i j H,iularitr ot thousands, Parker's Hair Balsam will do It. It ., th s vf-,s i..' s ci thit it cic Tlio Way It Is Done. c t' ; r a.l ttucr psven quickly covers bild spots, restores the original colItsc' 'Jeo-i- h r- -'. P '. IRaltimoru American. irOft.rar. Ditcouct or when tho hair Is gray or fade 1, eradicates Only Line via A plan practiced successfully at Capo Mar I'uli il tr., ;. y j.,,,.,! jy x.'. Y. canses the scalp to feel cool and well. It and Atlantic City last year was this: Tho Is not dye, not greasy, highly perfumed, safe. Richmond, Old Point 'Comfort (Hyirela Jrasii Co.IitnisoiiaijTrilny," sojournors would spend soveral wooks at a Never disappoints those who requ re a nice, reliat'T'WrV -- i ' soicn Year Hotel) and Newport News, modest cottage, whoro tho prices were modUelar jiwilu prrparwi ble drestlog. ( the - T' ii ard erate, aud tboti wbon tbo last week of their : i ""n ) ;:uiiUr"(l thous- )In connection with Old DomtaUn Bteimihipi to i stay came they would movo over to a big I. r ii. lnt i ta Tired and Languid Women wi ivrv fnd .!' b"l f A"w. "n cMntTir. hotel and bloom out in ouough aristocratic IvseiMiV I LV.a-'lr4i;ivJUil.. " t. piriahrs. How many women there areof whom tbeso words style to cover thoir whole vacation with .i,nu.e.iti. i"l all otbTlvil" aro true.' "They feel languid and tired, hardly cun ill 0 mvnti m tui-i- r riirnu in v m glory. lion tbey roturnod home tboy ( .uuili. 1'aslaml. .Iri.-eAnd Merchants and Miners Steamship Lice to La, led t: able to bear their weight on their feet, the bloom count rim. t could truthfully say that they had an ex iniiany and other f'irclcnn?sonaliipirui, all gone from their chetks, Irritable and cross rt prdathation notice ami oninirtuiti-ceedingly pleasant stay at such aud such a Infom rtool n i without meaning to be. nerves all upset, worried or fully Ktwn without cars. hotel. IMUnta obtalBPl fri- with the children, IretteJ over little tbtngr, a intJrmili in In tn Through Trains frctn Winchester, Ky., to throush Mnrn Co ,r An Ingenious Arrangement. to themselves and yet with no acute burden ' "."' ""J" n,V.Jl Arner.mn freo Excluntre. wll nnd.rti.,'JbrlirHraiHhowihtidiipo What a pity It Is. Hut a few bottles of KANAWHA PALLS, The domo of tbo l'anthooii whore Hugo is Parker'sToolc wtlldrire.all this away and relieve V WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS AvlhIian SI Lr.'- . .wor. tiensama entombed rests on roller. Rocoutly an exthe troubles peculiar to tuelr six. act duplicnto of tho domo was constructed And other Famous Viiglnla Springs and Pleasure Uesorts. for tho obsorvntory at Nice, but by an inCUUE KOK I'll.K-,- . genious arrangement it was placod uoii a Hunting, Mshlng, Bathing and all kinds of rerosorvolr of air, wh'ph, In turn, rests upon Pile aro frequently prccdud by a en of uvljh'. creation lur the tourist, Invalid or sportsman. part of th oHomen, wator in n circular basin. Tills system of In tin bark, Miu nnd This Hoe runs through the Alleghany Mounsuspension is said to bo so perfect that, In canning tliepatlmt to tiippohlm sonipnuVctlon tains, on the bsnksot beautiful rivers and termisplto of tbo groat woigbt, n single person ol tin kidneys or tirli(UIr!ug orgna. At time, nates oa SEA. can turn it completely round. )rnionn of Indimtlon u' l rownt, m flatiilenr), . Observation Cars on Day Trains. KeguUr A Bioliture, like uuealnes of th stuumi'b, is no good for stop-ovtickets aud all can he THIS IDEA OF GOING WEST ery dtMgreabl Itching, perspiration, producing without extra expeuse. For full Informa- make it ? to Colcrmlo or New Mexico, for pure air to relieve fr..r rvttln$ warm, l a ury cvniincn nttendnnt. tion, rates at Hotels, analysis of Mtdlilnaltiprlngi, Cotituiuptloii, Is all a inltMise. Any rrawiiaUUmun llllnd, L".edln; aud Iteliln; I'lic letd at oncv to the Pullman Sleeping Cir space, Tickets, Ac, call on charm-- er Balm is or address nouM uso Dr. Uosanko'i Cough and Lung Sjnip for npplK ntloii uf Dr. boMnko's I'll lteawdy, v likli W. B. McP.OBEF.T3, W. H. WHITTLEJEV, Consumption In ull Its fir t ttsgi. It rvcr falls dirwtly apoti tb ptts aHttJ, nbnorblnj the Ticket Agent, Trar. Passenger Ait. Stanford, Ky, Louisville, Ky. (iBectlug n Tumor, Mi) In; th lntiM ttchlnc and looking-glas- s. to glv rellsf in all cases of Coiialu, Colds, o. w. nm ITU, ii. vr. rvhJ.r.n. Price 8C eat. Aidrs tlio Dr. r.ilus In th ChMt ami all n(Tctlons that nr lriiMBut Uon'l Manager, Uru'l Pass'r AgH. roiisMsrM primary to Consumption. PrlM,C9Mts Bonuko MWWm Co., Vtqw.Qhli StU by MeRob-srtIttchtnonit. Virginia. D. O. EDWARD3, Jt Stajj. snJSI.Oa sld ly HeRol-ertfct3i Oen'lWeatern Passenger agent. Cincinnati, O. rail-roa, e bod-roo1 b"B ln Se8,'n James For,.rty has returned from P " th5 a visit to County Clore, Ireland, whither l ho went last Cbristmaas. Mr. R. E. Evans , . .. ,, , is absent on a hunting expedition in Pulas diedf,f Cn" . sumption Sunday at tho residence of ki county n" Mother, Mr. Ansel Georee. in mr GSth Joseph Meaux, a colored .11..1 tr was a stone IJr- - ITJIU,, t...i Ulli U1CU ."uuuaj nigni. ne B. Gibb. a prominent Mr. mason bv trade, a vnrr .,.lhl. .n h . . th,,s V had. .n " good, honeet workman. He wa, about 01 ........... ..nan. n iew uays since anu n now years old and is survived by a widow, his lying in a very critical condition. second wife. Mr. Ei K. Hiifglrs hrs ben selected Mr. Gcorse Doneghy, for matfy ver as a teacher for the public school which foreman in the AdtoeaO- office, will in a next Monday. Tl.e Male Academy few days open a lirt class job printing " building i be used until a suitable one tablishment on 31 street, not far from ts erected. Main. Mr. Doneghy understands bin bu-- Mr. H.C I,tts, of this place, who siness thoroughly aod with good type and some time sines invented a patent Auto the latest improved machinery will be able matic feeder, has sold the inventfnn to to execute work in the best syle. theJobnF. Noyes Manufacturing Cj., of A wind and rain storm Tuesday even Buffalo, N. Y., ( a good, round eum of ing did considerable damage to a twenty-acr- e money. field of com belonging to P.. M. Fisher Mr. John H. Woodcock, for Uo years two miles west of town. Nearly all the past in the National Bink of corn was blown flat and while much re- this place has resigned the position, his In that position much has again aa mains health not admitting of the close confine sumed an upright position. Seyeral large ment. In accepting Mr. Woodcock' resigtrees on the Fair ground property were nation the Board of directors passed a n blown down. quite complimentary to him in Cribbage players will be interested to which thev exnreiaml tlit, .. iuch- i.. learn oi tne following incidents in a came .. r..... t tr nt.i.... -- -.i Jo 8 K 8Uch ft 'ith'ul nd efficient offic as 0....1 'lh.l,.,tl... ' Moore one day last week. Mr. Moote was! ,. anJ fami,jr and M,M "' i. deeling and in the six cards he gave his op-- 1 v a AIUrl'nF,of Bjyie, and Miss Mollie ponent were the 5 of hearts, oof spades, 5 r "" 'J18 ll,a"' wrapwed a party of clubi and Jack of diamonds. Mr. Bish- ,efl Tueidsy 'or a two weeks' stay op then "cut" and Moote turned up the 5 lJ"1 at of diamonJe. This made Mr. Bishop's Jr,PPIn8 Springs. Messrs. Morria and band consist of four "fives" and the 1IenrrD, Dr. J. B. Kinnaird and Jake to Cumberland Falls Wednea-"knob." A hand rarely or never held by r .Ml" Mae Ware "turned to her crlbbage player during a lifetime. But notwithstanding all this, when Mr. Moore J'omo ,n "opkiniville Monday, after a Ktol 'i. to her sister, Mr. R. E. Mc at his band he found he held 10 points and turning to the crib found there ' ,berU' JIr J- - M Harbison, of Mitch-als- o specialist in mathematics and 10 points, thus counteracting the 2D elbunr, (ciens will aiiist Prof. Irvine at the Lin-th- e points held by Mr. Bishop and giving him caster Mile Seminary. Miss Fleecie Cook game. "" ".'c.uu ". IV""8 "Ts o Crclone nromnted a schism in Cnarley Rmdall, the biggest hearted bov a Midleton county (Gv) church. Some of in the mountains, left for his home in Lonthe members had Au and fitted up such don, Tuesday. Dr. W.S. Elkin.of Atlan-ta- , places of refuge, which were considered by Ga., is home on a visit to hia mother, the majority of the brethren as n flagrant Mrs Mary Elkin. Mrs. Robt. H. Young, violation of their doctrine and n temptaof Louisville, is visiting her father' family tion to God to wips them oil the face of the here. Mr. J C. Thompson and family are earth. Aa the pit diners wre more fearat Dripping Spring?. Miss Lena Irvine ful of cyclones than of the wrath of Gol, i visitin; friends m Huroisburg. themselves into a church they orcnizd under the name of Cyclone Primitives ' Hat you," the Judce of a recent where the old church ha assumed the ly convicted mao, "anything to offer the of Anil Cyclone Primitives nome court before sentence is pasted?" "No, your honor," replied tho prisoner, All UIllp;lnK Unit I.lcht. INmv York Our "my lawyer took my last cent." Then) is somothins unusual even about tbo entrunc) to Mr. Johnson's hoti-In tho Nearly half of the 120,000 miles of d vestibulo nro two brnckots, oicb with an in the United States and Canada ia in Jump. Tho wbito light brings tho electric terrn-cottcoloring of tho vestibulo an 1 tbs the hands of fiftetu companies. The Mis- Jo9lgns of tho stnlnod glass-doo- r Into beauti- eouri Pacific, the longest railroad on the ful relief. On onteriug tho house tbo hall is continent traverses 0,015 miles. seon to U illumlnatoJ by a jxnidnnt lamp with an oloctric light and n gas jst in reThe largest foesil elephant' tooth ever serve. Attnahod to tbo front door is an In genious device If Mr. Johnson U detained found is in Wabash College. It weighs 21 from home after tbo family retiroi for tho pounds, is 13 inches long and 13 inchtB in night, tlio Mrvaut, ou extinguishing tbo its vertical depth. light, nrrnugos a switch near tbo door. When tho door is openod the gas jet in tho The editor always refers to himself is hall lamp i lightoil through means of tho J snitch by an automatic lighting arraugo-men- t, "we" because he is the smallest man with the piper. and Mr .Johnson is not obliged to Merchant Travgropo 'bis way through ths darlc A push eler. enbutton nenr tho door of hU titles him on entering tho Inttor tJ exARE YOU MADE by InJIges-lion- , tinguish tho lml l&mp, two storlas bolow. Constipation, Dlizlneii, Lots of Appetite Tor ordinary pnrpusos tbU lamp li also Yellow Skin? dhtloh's Vitallwr Is a positive controlled by a push button In tho front curp. aalehy Penny A McAllsier. hall, and another at tho head of tho first flight of stairs. SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY, a posltlvo Mr. "-- 'aZTjl'T T """ ' Stanford, Ky-Wines Llmior ClKiirM. well-know- n !.. Willi Paper, ISOOICH, '','"" "l "" Paints, OHh, Stationery, Iiiiiups, 8oiih, Perlumerj-- , Iimtrucmente, Jl'OCKCI Tobaccos, Cutlery, Plre Arm 8, itlacklR Musical - bt-gi- Our Jotfclry, Sllvervfnrpaiid Onticnl Hoods Department is In Charge ef CoC Tims, llichnrds, who will Hepalr Uatclies ami Clocks promptly nnd In tho &? H. 1 C. RUPLEY! -- have received and still receiving NEW GOODS H. -- SPKING& SUMMER book-keep- Comprising the best la the market, which will be Gotton Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Nono in City or Countoy-Give Me a Trial. reao-lutio- ,.., O. K.TJiL.ErT. ,..tvu ' .i'"" i t' A.T- Mnsonlieiiner's Restaurant OrrosrrK Cocbt-Hocs- k FIRE INSURANCE. STANFORD, KY., Represents the Best and most and hts rates are very low. call. DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY, Meals are served Game always on hand and ln its season, oysters fresh fish, and similar delicacies served ln all styles and en short notice. Look out for the sign ''Woodbine Restaurant" and call when you are hungry. at all hours. Glr Mat. b li jPanl a & CO., F. IP. JIASOSHEIJIEJlDanville, Ky. de-loo- FOR SALE, PRIVATELY. DWELLING AND 8TORE-bou- se combined. Best business location ln the place. A bargain can !e bad by addressing or nit-ha- ve -- Democratic Principles, but not trolled by any Set of Politicians McKtcney, Ky. Devoted to Collect NOTICE ingand Publishing all the News oF INCORPORATION OF THE the Day in the most Interesting GO Shape and with the greatest possiHEAT ble Promptness, Accuracy and ImKnow all men by these presents that we, the partiality ; and to the Promotion dE. undenlgned. John W. Holmes, Henry Fulber, B. H. Hlto, L. M. Lasley, II. U. Bronaugh, James Democratic Ideas and Policy in the Itlce and M.J. Harris have associated ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation, affairs of Government, Society and! Con- A DESIRABLE An Independent Newspaper oST T. U-2- J. ClIItlHTEUHOS, KY. PENDER under the provisions of Chap. 66 o( the Gpneral Statutes of the Stale of Kentucky, entitled Incorporated Compaules, Thnnameol the corporation aball be TheKentuckr Heat Fender Co.. and Its principal place of business shall be In Crab Orch- - Industry Ilntrn, by .Villi, I'ottjHitil: DAILY, per Year -- $fcT0O! of the business to be transacted by said corpora- - I tion is to manufacture and vend B. S. title's Put ent Heat Fender Fruit and Clothes Dryer. No. of Letters Patent. '.'OC.OIT. Patented August 13,' I87S. The amo into! capital stock authorized to be Issued In the came of tho corporation shall bo nowsixir tnousanu uouars. nine o. to sbareaof one hundred dollars escb. When thirty-hundred dollars of tbo stock shall have (,550,000) divided in- "AILT, per month 1 Off SUNDAY, per Year - - DAILY and SUNDAY per Year 70Oi WEEKLY, per Year i oa; Attdrr.is. Till: SVX.Xew York CJy. fW& ..L ,)W lr I 1 CORDIAL tiltl -9 e mmwf lpKS t -fi trs-Tt- is . For the BOWELS. IT. WASHINGTON, dand-rutTan- d Pullman Gars. W aprri -- -- , i fTr. A1"fM''' pi cl awN .. i r2 1 . -' iTDE-- YORK,! o, Ta-ad- BOSTON. llanit-bon- ""T i t ''""f, " 'AWr'-V'MV- w - ' lor. TUB SHORE, The Mirror et-- first-cla- ss d er a'-t- s flatterer. Would you tell a sweeterjale Magnolia the that almost cheats the. Ilron-chill- i, cr. si empty ox- to be cone through with two iyesrs hence in Chicago as a result of firing off toy pis- cultivators of the soil: and an chequer nt Calcutta consequent on remit LORD'S coming 'the 2J time without sin nod then if the call is a second time carri- tols on the 1th of July. ted revenues, following the ryot's inability untosalvation." The words of tbe Holy James O. Winteramilh, ed, tho onveotion to change our constitu to pay his taxes. The government ia doing Ghost are "wailing for and hasteuing the tional law will be held. The work of that of tho House of Representatives, died at wondera in tho way of irrigation, to meet coming of the day of God," Ac. And thia conTention will then be left to the people his home in Louisville, Tuesday. The World's Exposition plant build- thia hane of centuries, and the canals, I sincerely believe to be the meaning that for adoption or rejection at the polls, so it our faithful watching for Him can hasten will be six jenrs before we can adopt a new ings and machinery were sold at auction through which in the course of time the His coming. "Known unto God are all great river of India will flow, so that their constitution even if the vote is in the affirm for $175,000. It cost a million or more. A fire at Albany, N. Y., destroyed surplus water may not be wasted, will be Hia works. I well know, and known to stive tliis time. Let every man vote for -fire- the wonder of the world. But the expense tho Father, (yet to nim only Mark xiii.32) the call, that the proceedure ma? be ac- 5100,000 worth of property and four is the day of His Son's coming." But that Beginning with is enormous for first cost of digging and 1, 1885, we announce our third cording to law and nut revolutionary as men were buried under a falling wall. be spread over generations to no more contravenes the other principle The State of New York dedicated the must needs the question is not setmar be the cee, if business in Stanford. Our trade has been of the two in Acts beNiagara Falls reservation to tho public( come, albeit etupdndoua advances have than tho tled at the polls now. ii.23 can be denied "Him belnjr delivered been already made. Two of the largest of edneeday, with imposing ceremonies. yond our expectations; a gradual increase month after by the determinate counsel and The republicans of Virginia have nomiA negro of Oxford, Miss., caught in an the Indian rivers rise in twin snow moun-iain- a S Wise for Governor and hope edge of God, ve havo taken and by wicked nated John that I can see every clear day from attempt to outrage a young lady of 19, was month. We take this opportunity of thanking you for with Mahone'a assistance, for Wife is a taken from jtil by a mob of 500 and hang- "Prospect Point." Iumnootree, or the hands have crucified and slain" That is creature of Mali one, to elect him to the ed. source of the Iumna, and Gungootree, their wickedness was their own, rot God your very liberal patronage and assure in our various The First Kentucky (Orphan) Brigade whence the Ganges gushes in a noble tor- appointed nor'permitted. affici that Wise's father held with honor They were not twenty-fivyears ago, Wise ia a bright will hold its reunion at Glasgow on Au- rent, ice cold and as clear as crystal, giying constriined to kill Jcus by God's decree. branches our motto shall bo Best Goods for tho Least and energetic young man, a plausible gust 10. Very extensive arrangements are promise from tho first of the power that but did it wholly of their own accord, unAgain thanking you for favors, we hope to see ntump speaker and takes with the masses being made. gathers in volume as it Hows onward to the influenced by any person, but the devil Money." Company C, of the Louisville Legion, sea. who do not appreciate how unscrupulous It ia the Mississippi of the orient. acd themselves. And eo God's certain he is, but so degenerate a son of a noble will go to Letcher county to act as a guard The government has diverted its flow at of all of old customers and many new ones in the coming aire will never fill the office of governor of while Judge Jackson is holding a special the point where it debouches upon the the "day and hour" leaves you and me, year. Respectfully, the Old Dominion. Gen Fitzpugh Lee, a term of court. plains, the famous Hardwar, perhape the dear reader, perfectly free to retard or hasThe Cleveland iron mill strikers charg- most numerously attended place of relig- ten the dear LORD'S coming. O! how nephew of the great General, and himself men and in the right ious pilgrimage in the world. see of nature's noblemen, is destined for ed on the I visited it solemn yet delightful the thought! Shall that honor if the democrats nominate him which ensued three persons were killed and in 1855 and the crowd was computed at I have the joy of aiding in bringing blessseveral wounded. m sow seems certain. three millions It is only 30 miles from ing to the world, by steadfastly waiting for The republicans of Louisville, followthe That very ganzy egotist, Col. Allen, is ing the example of the State Central and Landour. The Ganges canal is now a twin and so hastening day Icoming of the day of Bleeped God? So diflerent from I fapc card in which ha thinks he river in itself, but from the eternal glaciers oat in n will make no nomi- of these Himalayan nil aattaal nlliAr trtatrna Executive Committee, Khsw am t It aa the supply man's! And though it may be ushered in mountains, Legislature. by the dying throes of the evil one, until of water suffices for both. which biw his hand in regard to the educa- nations for the K. M. Peacock and Ch&s. Thompson, the very "heavens shall roll together as a One is lost in amazement at the mixture and expoted tional movement fought a duel near of past and present, heathenism and civili- scroll," yet over the dark thunder cloud the it, but like the Covington Commonutalth, of North Carolina, Ga , in which both were killed, "we conclude that nothing is to be gained Chauncey, zation, barbarism and enlightenment that bow of promise appear?; and unbounded a stray bullet also killing a negro. perpetually meet the eye in this wonderful blessings follow, till our ruined race is fulia controversy with a man who, while The wife of Nicolini, the tenor, con- country. Irrigation works of the most im- ly redeemed. The "few chocen" sre Identito be at the head of a popular edto divorcement for a money considproved patern stand beside the bathing cal with those who hasten His coming, I ucational movement, writes unmeaning sents a Nicolini will marry Adelina eration. ghant, where millions annually assemble to think. What a vista of blessing this opens ceatencca in his jerky, disjointed way; nor with whom he haa lived for yean. up! Haye we not been painfully trying to do we believe that the cause of common I'dtti, have sins washed away by mining in a The steel bridge, crossing the Ohio sacred stream and devoting a lock of hair do ourselves what Jesus alone can do reeducation can be promoted by such an river at Henderson, connecting the L. & N. to Gunga. The jungle haunts where ele- peating the folly of the ages among saints egotistic champion." system with the lines centering in Evans- - phants roam and leopards swarm are in and sinners alike. We try to save ourZBr its failure to nominate a candidate ville was opened for travel on the 13th. selves. Then we despair and let Jesus sight of this lovely hill station where all for Treasurer the republican party gives a Albert S. Berry has been nominated the comforts of England and America and save us; and it is done. quasi endorsement of prohibitionist Fox, for the Senate from Campbell county, and We try to sanctify ourselves. Then we the refinements of the most polished society whom it will support almost to a man, John P. Newman and John A. Shaw for despair and let Jesus sanctify ur; and it is are concentrated. The half or cot because it loves prohibition more, but thellouteof Representatives in the same naked Hindoo walks beside tbe done. democratic success less. In this state of district, We try to convert the world. By and by polished, well dressed officer military and case it behooves every democrat to stand by Al. Rosa attempted to murder his wife civilian we shall despair and call in Jesus to do it; and the elegantly attired English DEA I.Kit I.V- our nominee, Mr. Tate, and elect him by in Jeffersonville Tuesday. After shooting woman picks her way through a crowd of then it will be done and well done, and tbe usual big majority. Mr. Fox claims to her, he destroyed his own life. The wobj fulfilled, "A nation Hardware, Horse Shoes Groceries, Saddles, of whom if turned loose in that ecripture nhall natives, be a democrat, but his position denies the man will recover. They had been married Iron, Nails, New York or London, would be walked off shall be born in a day." lucciiMKnrc, lliiBKy IVhliin, assertion and his candidacy ia only playing two weeks. HtiKsry Wheel, Sloven, Dar reader, turn thine eye to the c?ming inatanter to the nearest police station unCane MWn, llanichs. The Queen has tent a a letter to the into the hands of the republicans. Spolics, GrutcM, til they could get clothes to cover their Oae. Thou art looking to man. "Vain is Cider Mills, Lap Cor em, rail Mall Gazette approving IllltIM, Stoneware, Corn NlicIIcrn, Collars The Governor having designated Maj. inaugurated by that paper inthe movement nakedness. Yea, a land of the heathen it his help." Look for and "hasten the comexposing the Kinney to go with Judge Jackson to is, with 250 millions of them swarming in ing of God's day." That is the way thy disgusting traffic in young girla for immorOliver Chiliad, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plowi, Wooden Letcher county to prosecute tbe outlaws, city and village, refusing to exchange their heart's desires shall be fulfilled. and al purpoecs. Cast Pumpi, and the Celebrated May-fielinou uesiresi a crown. "L,ove tils ap the London lawyers are kicking because customs for ours, holding on with astoundElevator. Tin Root-in- g A mob attempted to take a negro fiend and Guttering will have prompt attention. Erereole, the Commonwealth'a Attorney, ing tenacity to things which one would pearing," and tho Lord, the righteous Judge from a eherifi at Marion, Ind. A fight enwas not nonsuited in the matter, which think mu3t be relinquished in 24 hours if will give thee one (ii Tim. iv:S.) Jolm Ilrlulit.Ji: sued in which one man was killed and sevThou wouldst not ''be ashamed before lead's the Louisville Times to remark: brought side by eide with modern imeral badly hurt. The sheriff retained posHim at his coming." Then "abide in Him" "Evtmole is a provements. Yet here, at the end of 100 session of hia prisoner. still "looking for ar.d hastening His com timid littlo fellow, whose best friend never years of test, as to comparative merit, they THE XKW ttKOCJEHY AM IIAItlMVAICE HOUSE OF The Postmaster-Genera- l ia preparing ing," assured that they (only they?) who him of knowing any law, while accused flourish as if with tho vigor of perennial to eend foreign mails by other routes than KtBBey has the needed knowledge at hia youth, and yield, never a jot to the Wes- who look for Him shall see Him (fleb. Ix. those of the Pacific Mail Company, refus as) Eager tips and tongue's end. tern rivals' claims. To dkCoxtinckd. ing to comply with their demands for pay- And so the streams flow on side by bide The etory published by a Washington meat for transportation. THE CHESAPEAKE & NASHVILLE. but seemingly destined never to mingle. I 03L"ST. paper and telegraphed all over the counAt a meeting of the iron-mistrikers To tbe HJItor ot tbe Interior Journal. try that the president had decided to call at Cleveland, a Chicago Socialist, who see not one iota of change in the native . As .Mr. Would kl.Jlymk jour llcatlon to tho aiaJt in the removal of officers for offin-i- re made a speech, advocated theft, arson and community since I left it 21 years ago, W.Gallatin, Tern, July tint they hire juitri.turiie.Hroiu the cltUi with Urii II. Spradlin, Chief Engineer, Is yery though the Eoglish imprpvements have frb and well lelecteJ tock of CMOIt B partisanship and that hereafter no ap murder, saying that the rich had no right been advancing "by leaps and bounds." I busy indeed he requests me to write you a pmntments would be made unless a to hold and keep property. He was put in suppose there must be au under current of line about the letting of our road. There turns out to be a canard, though jail. Col. Nicholas Smith, the professional change among the natives, but it is wholly were about GO or 70 contractors here last eeeken after the it scared the week, moat of whom examined the work In enJIen Ttrlety, dilnty In quality nJ Mtlifictory io Jirlew; tbli wo guarantee. Ourilin ihaU t poils to witbin an inch of their lives. beauty, who married the late Ida Greeley, invisible if such there be. The population i in wmw jo tupjuy eiery want la our line. personally. They came mostly from the The president ia proceeding aa fast as he is now said to be willing to exchange his is so vast and tbe incrustation of centuries South, Arkansas, Mississippi and Tenn , can under the civil service law, which he charms for the solid accomplishments of a eo impenitrable that changes must needs be California heiress to whom he is alleged to tardy and yet one might hope that 100 though Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia Conilitionhc Standard nrandiolEurojH! and America. Our larg line or Cooking Storra mh worn to observe, notwithstanding it is an Include yeara would effect something. Yet every- as well as other states were represented. A thejuitly celebrated "Oreat Western IteaerTe" and many other family larorltn. Our China Olaaa be engaged. imposition and a fraud. anJ Queenaware itock conalita In rrt of Tahle, Tki and Chamber Seta compute, Olauware Mrs. Josephine Shelby Morgan has one who knows anything of the country very substantial and gentlemanly set of richly eat andetched. In the way ofUrradatuBi we name Uuckwheat Flour, the queen ol all V?e are sorry that the Louisville Timet trlbei. Our perfectly understands that if the law re men; solid men representing a large amount been appointed postmaster at Parkersviile, -Tatcnt O. M." Hour, urlvalled for cake and pailry, while Rice and Hominy, our own patrl-oti- c hm eeen fit to cirricature its most delight- Kas. engineers prodticti, arrayed ai faithful adjuncta. All thedellcacleiln Foreign and Domestic She was a Mies Josephine Shelby, laxed its stern demands, Hindooiem would of capital. Several Confectlooa ful correspondent, J. Soule Smith. We return to widow burning and child drown also took ocsision to meet their old friends are here. Tin, Stone, Wooden and Wlllowware, Electric Lampi, Stationery. Canned Meati and Frulu from near Danville, and a know from having eeen him on one occasion andacompletellneofClgaraandTobaccoa. Well, thla la only a hint of what we hare ot the first Governor of this ing and the reign of the Thugs would be and see how tbe new enterprise started out. IWIeTlni tbat we can make It to your intereat, we confidently aik an examination of our goo.li and your patron-agthai he does not look as mean it tbe cut State, Gen, re commenced unchecked, un- Capt. Spradlin the chief engineer, had his Isaac Shelby. Iteapcctiully, represents him, but many of that paper1 TA I I.OH HHOTIIKllH. Three regiments of the cavahy and hindered. It is sad to write thl words but hands full with tbe demands of so many readers have not been eo fortunate, and it four of infantry have been ordered to the they are too true. And yet all this exists seeking information. He has established is a pity to dispel the image that his writvicinity of Fort Reno. This givea a forco side by side with the daily paper, I send his office In Gallatin and has his engineers ings have produced in their minds, by a of about 4,000 to that quarter, and it is you by this mail. For sprightliness, abili in the field already. The bids received picture, which looks aa much like Dr. thought will be sufficient to protect New ty, neatness of print, texture of paper and will be acted upon In New York and the Marchiei ss it doea like tbe amiable and Mexico from further Indian depredations. every quality that makes up a successful successful parly will doubtless ba notified handsome "Falcon." Joe Palmer, who murdered Kirk in a daily sheet, this copy of the Pioneer will the last of this week, and work is to begin -- As ashamed of their colored friends, livery stable for his money, waa hung papers in witbin ten days thereafter. Gallatin has if at favorably compare with DK1LKM IN- who have stood by them most gallantly, the England and America. And it is one been in quite a furore of excitement for Cincinnati Wednesday. He did not speak republicans in their address, say that of the a word and eeemed to be Ieaa the paBt week, and feels quito elated over interested among many hailing not from Calcutta or Drugs, Books, Stationery and 120,000 voters that they have in the State, In the proceedings Bombay, but 1,300 miles in the interior. the prospect of a speedy connection with than anybody who iirMiiui.' a ...ir. ..Td.7r "v 'O I... . OUt'--- .4 "it is an important fact that more than hiivi ni IIU1UO. In my old place of residence Lahore-th- ere Cincinnati and the reduction of oppressive them. Berner, his white accomi.rj!-e"r-- - ""aSW8wrTK"v TH 'Mltrt. 'WWW , s burdens laid by a monopoly upon her, she Fhyilclana' pmcrlptloni are white." Which is about the plice Is serving out a is another daily equally as good, and accurately compounded. short sentence in the Alio now having to pay 20 per cent, more per name aa saying, "d n the nigger, we can Ohio penitentiary, M':j- and it waa the result of this is hundreds of miles still further inget along without them and besides we do hia trial that brought on the only- read by 100 lb.?., to Louisville than Nashville 25 Tujm.f a aVa it IlJJi""ir ilGZ3iiffiB?f&iitt riot last yeir. land. But theee papers are not like their company." Thla is ungrateIn the Rowan county trials, Z. T. English and a few natives in English gov miles further south doca. Itespy. ful to eay the least, after the solid support Young, tbe County Attorney, It. L. Williams, Resdt. Eog. Tho Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, attempted to ernment offices. They do not touch the that they have gotten from them, take a part, crooaexamining a witness, and great native community. And so it flcema Postmaster Doreey, of Fhmiogburg, Jewelry and Silverware -- Judge Jackson told the Governor he eeeking to weakon hia testimony for the to be with our religion, it ektrmlBues a has been removed, and John S. Cox apErcr bought to thla market l'rlcea Lower than Attorney General did not want troops to aid him in holding prosecution. Hardin little on the outskirts, but masses seem as pointed in his place. tbe Lowttt. Watcboa, Clocka and Jewelry on abort notlco and Warranted. About 01,000 square acres of cranberry court in Letcher county, as he was certain gently but firmly informed the Court that unaware of its very existence as the great that they would not be needed, so none were if Young came in the cases he would go bulk of the population is of the daily issue land have been burned over in Burlington enL He and Maj. Kinney are now en out of them. Public sentiment seema to be of the Pioneer. If our books and preach- and Camden counties, N. J , and the dam-ag- o route and will open court Monday at opposed to tho Tollivers, with whoso inter- - ing ore "leavening heatheaisai"ai some deii immense. Riin ha? partially extinlight to think (God grant it may be true) guished the fire. Whltesburg. Should any unlawful dem- ests Young ia identified. The address of the republican com the fact makes no sign tbat is tangible aa Simeon Harris, a young lawyer of Cin onstrations then be made Judge Jacks 3n .. hi cinnati, was attacked by Miss Lizzie Mo-rawill call for troops and call for them loudl- mittee saya that the revenues of the State yet. yhave been wasted, and that the exenditurea A thousand bleaaings from tho God of whom he had betrayed under promiee The triala now progressing at Morehead have ou,Brown the receipts in spite of con- - all grace, upon tho heads of the dear, de- of marriage, who heat him severely with AND voted men and women who "hazard their her Sets and parasol, 7 increasinB assessments. The by the aid of the military is worse than a clM rePorta do Dot verifT e assertion. In Uvea for the sake of our LORD Jesus ITm-nitm-- e The Sixth Auditor of the Treasury rebo long aa County Attorney Young, a ! ports a deficit in the Postoffice Department party to the disgraceful state of afhirs in JUno 1B'l ne assessment for the entire Christ" in coming here, and with intrepid A Full and complete iiNSortuciit'of for the quarter ending March 31 of $1,G05,-53Furniture, eiubrncliie w the county, ia allowed to take a part and state was 5v,olu,l(il. In 1679 it was loyalty to Jesus, consent to stand still in The deficit for the fiscal year S3 10,037,875, or a reduction of $81,481,230 the breach and perish as a "forlorn hope," June is estimated at about 50,000,000.ending eiythluB from the Clica,.e8t to the Fluent Attorney General brow beat witness.s. o Hardin acted right when he refund to pre In 1881 the assessment had increased to without the knowledge of success to enThe President appointed Larner B. coed if Young were permitted to hamper S377,8S8,512, hut thfa ia still $51,030,010 courage them. They are worthy of all Harrison to be Government Director of the whnt quantity or quality yon naiif, as I can ami (he commonwealth with hia ravings. less valuation than in 1871. This ia a fair praise. God forbid that a word I write Union Pacific Railroad Companv, vice El-wa- rd any prices you can obtain elsewhere, frclKht IjcIiib ndilei F. Noyes, i Tho cholera cases in Spain now num sample of the reckless statements eet forth should bo construed as a reproach against President of the declined. Mr. Harrison is a lull assortment ol Collins, Cases. Shrouds and Ko First National Bink of be21,000 and the deiths nearly 14,000. C.-- J. in the address. ins all the New Styles, both cheap them. But I nm dealing with facts and Cincinnati. door-keep-- this is the sad fact, that except to faith, that treata "things that are not aa though There are 10,000 applications for for they are" failure ia written thus far upon eign positions on file in the State departNot Much Improvement in the Heathen mission work nere as lar as "tbe maMes" After a Hundred Years. are concerned. July 17, 1885 ment. Louisville Exposition will open Starfbnl, Ky The Weill that is the case in England and August 15tb, with a grand flourishing of ALWATS 1'ltAI.SINO THE I.OKD. America also, is it not? Only there the trumpets. OT. P. WALTON. civilization, common to saved and unsaved Seven prisoners, all murderers,) escap- "PnosrEcr Point," Landoor, N. India, hides it better than here. I am not a "pes June Gib, 1885. ed from tho jail at Ashevlllc, N. 0., Mon Deah iNTEMon: We are having charm simist;" but I know we shall never see JJoth the democratic and republican day night. Oran B. Ilaliam, of Offenton, has been ing weather now. Tho unprecedented rain- brighter days till Jesus comes again. That are united on the question of the is the "bleascd hope" and the only hops of necctsiiy of calling a canttitutional con appointed to the law clerkship in Controll- fall of the past month, forebodes ill, in a a dying world. Of lata I have eeen very er Durham's office. probable delay of the regular rains or vention and ever man who gives it a The democrats of Fayette in conven- "Monsoon" aa it ia technically termed. For, clearly, what I have long suspected, that thought ctn not fail to vote for it at the tion assembled resolved to vote for a con- Irregularity in that season means what a the true rendering of ii Peter ill:12 (still coming election. If tho methods now prefailure in the overflow of the Nile means obscured I am sorry to see, in tbe revised stitutional convention, scribed are carried out and the vote is for The tenth death from lockjaw occured to E,jypt untold misery among tho poor version aa it was in the old) contains a very tho convention, the same process will have startling principle, in connection with our aki-aSSceM- fi InteriorJoimral NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. GEO. O. BARNES. -- i To Our Friends & Patrons: July far year's fore-know- that o "The 1 non-unio- n 1 BRIGHT GURRAN. 4 three-quarte- rs w. H. HIGGINS, -d good-nature- d, easy-goin- ll TAYLOR BROS. HUSTONVILLE5. ft 13-,h- i vacin-cyxiste- d, weaK-knee- d FAMILY GROCERIES OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY ealt-brat- well-know- e- 4 Wwm&WMMm PHARMACISTS, 'HJL -- firet-cl&B- wit-ness- (Sj; iSflJv ftf two-third- - JEWELERS. flt ed i. .' k. "vfiAni. UNDERTAKER, jtimrj effi-farc- JDealei- in Pariw duSSjlS opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky.IC Wn..?" r00I IhJ n,ilS T iJemi-BBteklnlnter- ior omns July 17, 1885 CARD. -- 1339 1 Stanford, Ky., Norb The kjoto Ii calculated on standard Mine. tlmt li About 20 nilnutoi faslnr LOCAL NOTICES. l, AN. LOCAL TIME tUU train going North- " " Houth Biprtittraln" Boulh...... to 192 a.m. 2 OS a.m. r. m. r. u. Bolar Buy your McAlIater. booki from Penny h Rev. George 0. Barnes sends us a copy DRIPPING SPRINGS. of the Allahabad, India, Pioneer, a twenty ITotbeElItorof lbs Interior Journal. family flour. 8tccial pago paper, which shows by the amount of Just In r-load Cimmencine on Tuesday, July 21st and advertising it contains, that the people of on every Tuesday, Toursday discount in quantity. Bright & Curran. and Saturday, that heathen land know the value of print- I will meet evening trains at Crab Orchard Please call and settle your account for er's ink to bring their wares before the pub- and convey pissengers to Dripping Springs 1881 with J. W. Wallace Hs needs mon-e- lic. in a new and elegant park phaeton. Mrs. Vonhollz' meeting is still in pro D. G slaughter Always on hand at 8. 8. Myers', foreign grcss at Brooksville, with over 381 converCol. J. Stoddard Johniton, chairman and domestic fruits, nuts and a nice line of sions, and over 100 obtained the joy of perof the Slate Central Committee, calls upon candy. fect love, siys the Ke.itudlan Mrs. V m the democratic county chairmen lo organ An impromptu hop in the Hall and daughter are a piir of religious cranks izs and see that the full vote of the party was attended by the visiting ladies and that have been creating quite a stir among is cast for Mr. Tate the ignorant in that section. those of town, who dance. Bright & Sadler's cradles, mowing blades, ftc, at Curran's. -Ca- J) ' 0ley . Watches and Jewelry rcpMrcd on nhort notice nnu warrantea by renny ft .McAlia Ur. Buy the Ham Hog Kctneily, the orijji nal and only genuine, from 1'entiy ftMcAl iater. A complete stock of jewelry, latent ityie. liockioril watches n eitecialty. fenny A McAlIeter. FAnMKiw, Keai This. Go to Dr. M. L. Bourne's ilrtiR store and get one package of Bam A. Clnrk'o Hog Kcmedy. If you are notaattifled nfter uaing it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL. Mtw Ansa Waikiiiuiit, of Meniphif, vlfitinR.Mra.A A. McKinney. W. K Vaiino.v, Deputy Collector, went to Somerset yesterday on busIneM. Col. J. B. Fisn, of'.Mt. Vernon, wai here yeeterday returning from Ljxington. Mn. W. If. Milleh and wife, of Itlclf inond, nre ku:iI of Ujl. and Mu. T. W. Miller. Hon. II. C. Wallace, a prominent at torney of Lexington, Mo , catled on ua 1 f, yeterday. and Mia. Mirkibury, who hare been vialting at Mr. Mom Collier' returned to Illinoia Wed. neiday, Mrs. Maiiy ALDRioitr, of Brodhead, who haa been Tialtinj; her brother, Mr. J. C. Coultsr, in Cjey, return.! home Wed-ntiday, LAND. STOCK AND CROP AiTEita wetk at Keck Cattle Springs, Dr. HulTman will be ready to nerve his Grass and Brier Scythes. T. R Walton. patrons again and they will please make n W. F. Rimsey bought of T. J. Hill, 0 " noto of this. hclfeN, 800 lbs. average, at 3J cents. (Jauciers. Capt. McKinney calls our atFor Sale.-- IS 2 year-olmules. For tention to tho fact that to get S5 a day a particulars addrews A. D. Root.Slanford.'t The first new Est Tennessee wheat gauger has to cauge 2 000 instead of 1.G00 gallons aMlaled and the feca are covcrned was cold in Coattanooicn, July 9, at SI 07 by tho number of gallons gauged, running cent per bushel John Siinpfon, of this county, sold a from 25 cents up. pair of mules lo C. M. Jenkins last week manager of Misa Kate Putnam, one The for $295 -L- ancaster Ne8. of tho best and inoit no- d rctr 'es in the W. L. Archibald has imported 200 country, has written here fur a date in Aunight Holstein caitle from Amsterdam for breed-In- e gust and wltl probably appear on the purposes in Ml'slssinpi at a cost of S 10.- of the 17th. If sho comes n treat is in store 000. for our theatre goers. The Georgetown jfi'mrs r;cords tho sale Tiiouoii needing rain badly in some of 21 good mult?, ranging from 15J to 10 rspecially this, the corn crop was hands in bight at prices ranging from $110 never more promising here. Tho acreage ia to $100. greater by from 10 to 50 per cent, than usThe Danville Fair will begin August ual and the prospect fully that great. The 1 and last till the 7th inclusive. It is al oat crop, which is now being harvested in ways admirably conduced and generally a splendid condition, exceeds in quantity by success in every particular. 100 per cent, any ever grown in the county. Tho Louisville cattle market i rlivi ... d - SEIV ADVKRTISF.MESTS. At the urgent rcjii'it of many frlen Jj P. I SIMPSON, hereby announces, hicaieif a rindiJstelor the I.v llatre from Llcoin county on a rrotil.utmn Platform. -- SKHD CATALOGUE Pension Claims Prosecuted WITHOUT FEE Garrard Female College, FOK X OK KKFKr.KNCKs We rofer by pernilu on to tho following Keatleuien His Fxcellency, J. Proctor Knott, tiovernor ol Kentucky, Frankfort, S.J.', Twenty yean experience. Apply to 31ILO 11. STUl'JBXH A CO. OFFICES Washington, D.C., Clcreland, 0 , Detroit, MIcu., Cblfago, III. UnleHiucccttluI, LANCASTER, KY. Larger Corps ol Instructors than auy Female Col-Icin tbo mate. Uiilldins new and appoint- English & Classical School Christian. College Building, ment, uneicel'ed. Term retonahle. txl session commences August list. For further Inforuiatinn, adaress MOf.RH EVAKt, U. V., Fres't. at, Oen'l Fayette llewett, State Auditor, Frankfort, Ky j Col. II. D. Allen. Supt.Ky. Military Instl-tut- e and President Ky. Teacheri' Ass'jrfntien, Faimdale, Kv.; Col. J. W. Tate, state Trcaeurer. rranxiuri, j.; rroi. J ifjsna nckett, aupt. of Public Instruction of Kentucky, riaukfort, Ky.: Oot. Luke P HUckbtun, Imisvlllt, Ky.; Odt James h. McCrearv. ItlLhmond. Kr f.nM tr Kinir While, Pli llluir Ark.; Rev. R. II. State Chap'aln, Frankfort, Ky. Kava-naug- h, (3l-2r- IICSTOXYILIiE, attained. apply U H tf - - - HY. mu.iumwnm SEPT. JO, JUS.;. Courie tf Icitruction thoroupb. lerlopentof the uilnd Hie end : li The ThlrJ Anuual Srulon will open Wtdneaday Teima rr fttnnt.l. Vtr firuU.m JOHN BUllHIN. illtSH. IIUIIUIN, Trinclrals. 0?E 0EI-.- P GBOOBH,. Mns. Tiiuiuey Keddy r-- Dn. Jon.s M. Fexand left yesterday to locate at Keycoldaville, Bath county, where we truat he will make a big reputation ai a phyilcian. It. B. MAiioNY,ofTimmon7ille, 8. C , has jiintd hi wife here and will remain at her parents', Mr. and Mm. A. K. Penny, for eemal week. Mrs M attic Myejh G'Aiiu,"bf the . Department of the Unireiaity of at Columbia, returned Tuesday after a ahort tImI to friend here. Mn. A. M.Dcckeii, repreaenting the firm of San, Abrams ft Co., Louiarllie, wai here yeilerday. Mr. Decker is a reti- dent of BarbourTille and is aaid to be one the beit alemen on the road. Mn L. P. Smother, the gentleman who ia hfre reherini; the auflerinRg of our DEATHS. ditrered women by introducing Hite'a After years of untold suffering, which Heat Fender, hai our thanki for a lot of she bore without a murmui, Mrs. Susan late pip:r' published at hie home in MexiStewart pissed quietly to rust at 5 o'clock co, Mo. vesterday morning, aged 06. Her maiden LOCAL MATTEIS name wis Din-son- , but in early womanhood she married Mr. William Craic, I e Cream by the gallon for fatnilici whom she followed to the tomb in a few 8 S.Myera. ., . yean. Afterwards and when she wan some For Hent. A desirable oftice in Law-yer'- a 15 sie became the wife of Mr. lloje Stew Kow, on Lancaster atreet. W. P. Wal. art, who precc.Jed her to the grave just ton. siitcin months. A better and truer woman ' A Telephone line ii being oorutructfd never lived than "Aunt Sue," ni she was by Mr. C. 8. Miller from Howhnd to con afleetionately called, as all her neighbors ntct with the exchange here. and friends bear willing testimony. HavSomerset Iiejtorttr hai been revived ing no children of her own she took those The by Mr. J. B, Kucker, a aplendid newapaper of Mr. Stewart to her heart and their own a better part man, who will no doubt atcer it a mcccw-fu- l mother could not ha7o done by them. In her late years the children voyage. of Mrs. Bcizley, her stjp grand children, A special term of the circuit court wan have been her solace and comfort and she held here yeeterday by Judge M. H. Owi-le- y loved them with an affection that wes as for the confirmation of some commia-Monera- ' true as it is rare. Her only desire to livo ate. was for their welfare and be ananged all The Town Marshal of Lancaster would in her piwer for their comfort and care. like to ruppre the Xoc) but Hughea in- They loved her as a mother and they will vite him to h- -1 in inntcad. Bar "ahcol" miss her almost as much as one. God comHugheo, the word you ute is obsolete and fort them in tbclr grief. For more than 50 years Mrs. Stewart haa been a member vulgar now. of the Christian church and a truer chrisdownright lying, puerility and For tian never lived. It was her unfaltering construction, the alleged republitrust in her Redeemer which sustained her can addre taken the cake. Col. Morrow in her dark hours of suffering and made and Mr. Logan McKee, we are ashamed of her long to be with Him in Glory. She you for fathering such a production. talked of her approaching death with h Heat Fender1 have been put up at the rnlmness and confidence that none but tho following residence in Stanford: rinteous can and testified to the last her W. (I Hugina' and J. A. Ca- undying love for Jesus, A good woman has gone to her reward and whilo wo would rpenter', Parties wishing to know what are giving will pleaie inquire not wish her back in this euffering world, they of these gentleman or their wives r call at we grieve to know that we shall njver again hear her kindly voice and cheering their reaidenc-- i and examine them. worda again. May tho sod rest lightly Tucrepublicins will hold a convention over her loving old breait. A great many here next TnursJay for the purpose of friends followed the romalns to the cemenominating a candidate for the Legislature tery last evening, where after a short seri( dejmed advisable. They think they seo vice by Eld. John Bell Gibson they were a ce'tainty of electing a member of their laid away till tho resurrection morn. pirty this time and will very likely put lc. RELIGIOUS. forward Col. J. W. WeathorferJ, of k, le Mia-tViu- ri mia-erabn Hus-tonvil- that Mr. and firm at 11 to 51 verv rnmmnn In heat Bronston has made only four appointments shippers; hogs are higher and run from 3J so far: J. A. O. Williamion, first deputy; to l ou; sheep aro steady at 1 j to 3 J and Rutherford Blantoc, T. M. lambs firm at 3 to 1 cents. Dispatchci from Russia state that the Curtis, stamp deputy; Miss Nettie Bronis understood that Miss harvejt proepcts throughout the Empire ston, clerk. It Lula Bronston will also have a clerkship. are the gloomiest experienced for manv No other changci have been made and the years, and that unless there is a general present employees will Lj retained all over rain forthwith, the crop will be lost. A large sale of Jersey cattle, the rjron- the district for a time. erty of Messrs McClintock & Son, R. MARRIAGES. J. B. Wallace and R. Sparks, was made at Lixington, Wednesday. Forty-fou- r Mr. Charles Scott, of this county, led head brought $11,200, an average of to the altar last Bunday Mi'i Mary Van-hooa very pretty young lady from GarJohn C. Clay last week sold to Gen. rard. E'd. J. O. Livingston tied the Becker, of Cincinnati, 30 head of 770-lknot. Mr. George W. Rigan and Miss Sallie fat heifeas at 1 cents. J. H. Besuden sold Wells, both from near Morelsnd, came to 50 head of New York cattle at 5J cM. 0 town yesterday and were made one flesh in Dooley sold 05 head of same at same price. a twinkling by that accomplished manipu- John A. Woods, of Boyle, sold last week lator of matrlmouial knots, Judge Thomas to Isaac Yanmeter, Jr., of this county, 20 W. Varnon. If the bride Is pretty the head of smooth l,2o01b. steers at an aver Judge only charges a kisa and those con- age of about lie per templating marriage should make a note Sun. ol this and aave fee. The Richmond Herald book-keep- says WRIT OF ELECTION. BIOND-.Y, er; AUG. 3rd, 1SS5, T. R. WALTON. -- DEALER IN Election! will he held In Lincoln county as Indicated below to flit the Tacancles mentioned: In the ;venl toUdc precincts of the county, ' ) flit a Tacancy In the otSce ol County Judge, and In UuitonTllIe, TurneriTille, Walnut Flat, Crali Orchard and district!, to fill a racincy In tbeorSc of constable In paca of laid districts .V. 3IESF.FEE, ebcriff Lincoln Ciunty. -Wayn-sturgclT- ll ,. TIIORNDALE BOY! Four reara old, la registered Ko. 11175 In the A.J. .;. Hla alio ts C. C. root, will eerte rowa at Thornda'eSdj g. g.a. Balora 2337; g. e. g. a. Su Martin, Imp., No, HS2 and dim li Julia Ingleilde No. 11422; g.d Betty Itlnlde. No. 5. It: Nora, Imp., 89; Katlnka rVfC9; lrer Haron 1274; Lonlic Mb, 2J03; Victoria, Imp , 223; Louise, Imp., 759. J. (1. C'AItPEXTEIt. Stanford, Ky. 27-- tf Containing about 100 Acres of Good Land, Nearly all In'cultlration, altuatel on the Stanford and 1 nearer turnpike road, about 2 miles Irom Lanf--teKy. Well Improved. Will I sold privately. Act oae In need ol such a Farm cm HUSTONVILLE. LINCOLN COUNTT. ,,'ettbe particulars Dy calling on J. I'otter on the place or addrnilng the undersigned at Gilberts Farmers who have threshed their i'reek,:Llncoln county, Ey. JOUX F. JIOI.TZCM ir. t heat find a better yield than anticipated. lorK II. euiltb'a Helri Coin We have not yet received your paper of Tuediy. Please send us a specimen copy. -- AT DANVILLE- ,Judging from street talk, the democrats in this precinct nothaviagan availa& ble candidate of their own for the Legislature would love to have an opportunity to vote for CjI. Weatherford. Competition Open to All. Tho Teachers Institute (colored) willt No Entrance Fee. be held at Stanford commencing July 2rfth Premiums Paid in Fall. and continuing four days. The law reEverybody Invited. quires every one holding a certificite to Excursion Trains ana Reduced attend whether engaged in teaching or not. Kates. All others are invited. ir. J. T,'LE, President. t Preparations for the fair are in active J.JI.3IEYEIl,BccrttarU' progress. B; the way, you will please correct an omission in the catalogue by insert- PIANOS, ORGANS, 5ICSIC, Ac ing in the paper the name of J. W. WeathWe are agents Or the old and reliable John PlChurch Co.. erford, and adding the anes, Organ,of Cincinnati, Ohio, ur the tale ofand Automatic Musical Instruments words "or gelding" after "combined mare" Musical McrchandlH in Lincoln and (larrard counties, Kentucky. JInllthlu J'dtIJU-llfin No. 73. received until paid for. 27if best Mtmnliird Wis, Knabe A Co., llazelton Bros., , tnahern Mr. Frank Robinson, of Csmpbells-villeUccker A Sen, Lverett and New England Tlanos, has been spending a few days with either upright ortjuare. Iu Organs, the lollow-in- g makers: Clougb A Warren, John his father-in-law- , J. F. Drye. Mrs. Geo. Churh A Co. and the Sterling, with tha patent W. Alford, of Montgomery, Ala., is visit- Chime Hells Attachment. Musical InThe CclCHtcoll,zn Automatic ing Mrs. Gresham. Col. Welch and P. strument, toe most perfect In the world. Illustrated catalogues sent Ireo to all who apply, McRaberts were here Wedneidny, (it is also tbe lst reftr ices irom thee who have bought and tried any of the abovn musical Instrusaid) prospecting for a booth. Sunday was ments. Address us at Stanford, Ky. prolific in giving to Geo. Rifle, Jr., a S. it. tO Ij. J. COOK. daughter and to E. D. Kennedy another of "them hoys." Mrs. C. A. Green is vieiling her aunt, Mrs. Wolker, at Perryvllle. Mrs. Newland, of Danville, is here visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. II. Taylor. Miss Katie Hunn, of Shelby City, is yisiting Mrs. Ed. Hood. Mrs. Sam Brown and Miss Betlie Jenkins, her sister, aro both very ill, probably consumption. A Desirable Farm -', Ag-n- And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. IN ADDITION TO GROCERIES AND PUOVIilONS, HE KEEPS Tin-- , Glass- - CENTRAL KY. PAIR AUGTOST 4, 5, 6 7. and Queensware, bacco' and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- 30-S- Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. Canned Goods from the Best Canneries of the Country. t, x well-kno- For Bargains, There Is No Place Like the Corner of Main and Somerset Sts. LOGS WANTED. 37-l- I will pay the highest Republican Convention Called. Tho republicans of this county are requested to meet in Stanford July, 23, 1SSI. It is very important that a full meeting be had and all republicans are urged to respond to this call. The meeting will be called to order at 2 o'clock r. M. J. A. LYTi.E,Chm. price for good, sound Walnut. Cherry and Hickory Logs deliver ed at any station of the L. &N.,K. O. orO. S.R. R. J. 0TTENHEINER, Crab Orchard, Ky. WMXKSi.XH PR.XGXSS ! Over 40 Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagons, Over 4LO Farm WngoiiN and many other Goods to Eld. John 8. Sweeney, ol Piris, will IIaleM Well is on the biggcit kind of begin a mcetiug at the Christian church a boom. Everybody who has attended this hero Monday night after tho second Sunday eason is delighted and all have gone away In August. The Baptists dedicated a new church improved in health. Messrs. tiandidge, Harris, their families, Mrs. A. 8. Moffett on Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, Sunday. It and others can testify to tho many advan- has opera chain for 5,000 p:ople and cost tages of the places for each has been great- S1S.000. Eld. J. G, Livingston will preach at ly benefited. The fare ia good and tho ar ample. A few moro board Mt. Moriah Saturday ovening at 3.30 nnmmodatioua o'clock and at Kings Mountain Sunday at ers can be taken and a cottago or two ha Come out and see mo. A. a 11 a. ?t and? r. M. rented. Ray. J. S. Sims, of Flemingaburg, dedFpoonamore. icated tho new Methodist church ou the For eeveral weokB we have been getting 5lh, at West Liberty. It is quite a credit-abltho bulk of the Louisville mail by tho one, coating $2,200. rparis Kentuck-iau- . mtn from the mountains, which is deliv- eicJ hero about an hour in advance of the Bishop Mars, of the Newport diocese, dis niw This haa its advantages and itspost has forbidden tho Catholic churches under advantages, lha latter being that tho his charge to hold any more fairs or picmaster can hardly finish uisinouung ino nics for tho purposes of piying church south-boun- d mail before it is timo to send out tho debts Backs. Consequently no letters can The protracted meeting at the Christforian church closed Monday night with 32 be answered by return mail or express warded. If Capt. Jenka really wants to do additions. Elder W. F. Black left yeeterby day for Mt. Sterling and is now conductus a favor, let him eend a scaled pouch night train with mall for Hits place. ing a meeting in that the Democrat We can then get it by 3 A m. e city.-Winch- ester The F. T. SoulfKrn Journal, the organ of Judge Fox, hHi made its appearance. It jeight-colutnp.-per 3IILLEKSBUKG lo n is a very neatly printed, and is edited by M. E. Shio). FEMALECOLLEGE SEPTEMBER 9th, RETAILED AT WHOLESALE GEO. PRICES. ladles will bo It has been determined to suppress tho Tblspopulir school lor young new auspices, re opened, uuaer entirely outbreak, even if the Cheyences are Indian 1585, wiped out ol existence. WITH o Pat Flarcty, a Irish farmer of Montgomery county was killed by a Hov. O. Popo, of Augusta, Ga., as runaway horee. Hj was intoxicated at the rrosiuont, ASD time. Affairs at tho Isthmus of Panama aro Mrs. S. C. Truehoart as Lady Principal, again iu a bad condition. In a recent engagement between tho Government troops Aided by one of tbe most Compoteat aid Exparl-enca.- 1 lacultles in tha state. IMrtntsmav rest as and the rebels 300 of tho latter wero kill- sured of tho most thorough training ol their daughters in nil that pertains to mind, MiimwM ed. and morali, it committed to our care. For catalogues containing information na to The Iowa Supreme Court has decided terms, Ac, address REV. C. l'OPE. Miilersburs. Ky, that a hotel keeper who receives guests Or MRS. S. C. TRUGUEAUT, Stanford, y. knowing that there is a contagious dlseaao in his housa is liablo for damage to any (3 has tiVtn the lad In, guests who may contaact thedieeaee. tnttilM of that cltis .1 lemfdicf, snJ hit elvfa Cnr.lln timutt !Tr:al tautlit-ticTho colored Odd Fellows of the State rl to a nr fOmrantMl not Ml itvnriiv imos, are holding a meeting at Lexington. The cunsirieurt. I'lril.Tlx nhltvMi the fivor cl Vrdctltytb. number of lodges in tho Kentucky is 70; tha mtlic snl now rank Uti:iC1i!:iKs. tmong th Itillnj M- membership, 3,513, Paid to the sick duriclnetcfthcotkloai. Cincinnati,! A. L MUH. ing the past yer, $1,510.10. Value of OHIO. StMhyDi.Mlu. property, $18,610.53. itictti.ub. well-to-do. Too Many Goods on Hands; Trado is Dull and Thoy Hunt Be Sold. I. WEARS1V, aiiintiliicturcrtV Agent. "The Bourne from which no Traveler Returns Sick." CATECHISMS FOR OLD CHILDREN. Who li the oUcst man f Dr. Brown Who Is the wisest man? Col. Foun'alu Box CcoJi, Kpitatia, iitied Articles, Show-casPaints, Stationery, Toilet Articles, Booka, Slates, e Who la tho handsomest wan t Dr. EJ. Eates. What throe couples aro going to marry next week? Thla Is a secret, but Dr. Bourns will tell you, All who want Who Jul with Dr. Bourne? good gooJs and cheap prices. Who Is lien S. Swope'a sweetheart ? Ask Luclen Folhltt. Ac. Who Is the luckiest man? Scott M. J outs, (hla wife has triplets.) Who Is tho aharpest person ? Tha one who deals with yours truly, till tho cows com boat. Ad Ac., SI. Ii. BOURNE, AT THE NEW DRUG STOEE, STANFORD, KY. Laslej. loej,Dr. Bourne tecu? II dMtu't anything; he HiU ill kinds of Medicines, Fancy Wlit kp . THE HALO. na! WALRUS HUNTING. LIEUT. SCHWATKA'S THE EXCITING ACCOUNT OF CIIAPTKU 21. ' IMP CUE WATER, AND THE MANY DANGERS LURK THEREIN. - THAT Oannett In Unltrl "One Loudon dealer in birds received, when tho fashion was at its holgbt n tlnclu consignment of 33,000 dead humming birds, and another at ono time received 30,000 aquatic birds nnd 800,000 pairs of wings." Think what n price to pay, Faces so bright nud gay, IW. C. SPORT. s; Summer Reort will be under This Early August, li7S, saw us landing In my luanagituent this season, anl as It Is entirely d North Hudson's bay, tho ice having refitted and relurnlahed, I tan promise my patrors wefk comfort as well as health Hoard, t from tho water on both tht lakes per meal. V cents. Vic of double cottage, 17 per and tho sea. About ten miles to tho eastweek. Will have n convcyam 3 at the depot to IdilcftRO Tribune ward of our camp was a small isolated meet passengera. Among nil tho preventives which havo g island, nn insignificant looking affair, 3iu .1. ,. SVOOXA.VOIIK. Icen niggested, tba history of the diseaso half an acre, or less, but quite promishows that clennlinots is the most efTeottve, nent from being the only island in such n Caught 'mid tomo mothor-worns it U tho cueapost, but for dirty people tho 2 Torn by a lmutor Turk, conspicuous place. Hero thewnlrus congreto npply. While cleanliness should hardoit Without Change and with Speed Unrivaled Just lor your hat! gated in large numbers when thoro wore no mother-hear- t In every way. both pergonal bo practice! Plonty of yot In tho world: cukos of Ico on which they could crawl, and I wilt deliver let to rgular customers In Stanford duelling-house- s and in connection with and All the more wings to tear, carefully here tho 1'iquimaux repaired to hunt them. vifljand vlclnlli every morale sTt J SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE twirled , their neighborhood!!, clennlluois in water is rnou Lous ills to tiu A wnlriis-huntlnparty of Jumilts, as tho Women want that! unquestionably tho most ellectlvo form of Esquimaux call themselves may bo anything applying tin romedy, becnuso tho cholera 01), but tho shamo of it, Accounts due nt the closo of "each mouth, or Irom two or three to thnt of many dozen, sulcrobos breed most rapidly in impure when customer qulti. Oh, but tho blamo of it, although six to ten is n fair sample. They 9.tf water during hot weather, and are more it. E. ll.tllllOW. Prke of a hat! railMANCARSK Without chang to asT tills, SIsmpbli, easily convoyod by it from point to point Jmt for a jauntluess brlghtoning tho street! tako their large sealskin scow?, or oomlons, holding a score of these people, should tho I.lttl. Hock, Montionit ry. Aiiania, ravannaa. This is your halo. O fncs so sweet-De- ath; than by tho nir or by clothing, party bo large, or n whlto mnn's whnleboat nviilt, Mobile, and .N.wOrlssns. Jks nnd for that! n Professor Halrd of tho Smithsonian Saw if handy, nud with threo or four small skin has called attention to this agency BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA canoos ktaks weighing nbout forty or NEW JERSEY'S BURIED FORESTS. or the spread of diseaso in a manner which AMI I.U31ili:it YAH1), In Palace I'ari Without tilings fifty pounds apiece they repair to tho northdosorves attention. He say in a letter to ern hnlf of tho island, tholr woapous being Novel Industry of the l)ciinlsIlllniis On topoftheKnobi, close by J. Carter's Urerery Tho Washington Star that during tho SHORT LINE TO THE EAST guns lances, harpoons, linos and floats. Store. Ditching for ho was stationed near the building 'r n L 'Ulsvllltln Palscefars without ibanr Thoy always try to siloct n lino, cloar Cor. Philadelphia Times.1 for six months, an.l, although cases of I'OOTE .V' WtlEEI.r.U, Vrtwt'tvtum. day, with but little sea nt tho time; In fact, Seeking lor ei en tht Four mllos beyond Woodbine, out on tho diarrhea wcro prevalent all about him, he rorallklnli of general Lumber Milngic", M , TMlnPAMTrO line ol tnia road will LlillUnAll I found that tho use of boiloi water was an snudy stretch of old sea bottom or beach If very rough they never attempt on of bullderiand others can not find a ''(loo-- tujrkwt to special low rates iectie Material l suit themselves. Our motto Is ve tboo hunts nnd their greatest fear is thtt n absolute preventive, and that while thoy that is named the Cape May peninsula, i Arntl ol Ibis ( mpsny t r Mies, routes storm may nnso while thoy are ongagid In lor Reaionablo Rales." l'estotace address, Halls t. C P rwilie had several caes of illness of tbU class be- came upon Demilsvllle, where all tho DenOap, Ky. . ' It, for to reach the Maud, make a sticoiitful fore they began to use it tiny had tons nises of all time had evidently settlod. Louilll. K. "We're all in the Ibggin' business," said a catch, cut It up and return requires tho ftorward. Ho says: greater part of a day, and tho summer day Tho fishy tast3 of tho Potomac watar at tall, thin Daunts, yet as far ns the eyo could IsEB F. UUFFMAN. ou tho present t:me, duo to the solution in it of reach not a trea could bo seen standing that of north Hudson's bay is a generous allo pathic ono of many hours, followed by a decomposed vojotatiou, or of frjsh-wato- r BTANKOKD. KY. would even make the ghost of a fair log. Dressed Pine Ilooring, Ceiling, Weather Office South tide Main Street, two doon abort sponges, can alo be in a great measure re"They ain't a growin'," continued tho man. very lioimvopathlc night. Unless very quiet IheMyenllottl: moved by the same proce-s- . thoy never essay the passngo I have usually "Thoy are underground. Wo dig in their Boards, Finishing Lumber, Green for thorn or oomlons, rara Nitrous Uzlda Gas tltalnlitirtd whsn ri enough water boiled in the morning to last but will risk much more in the Lumber in the Bough, including quired. through tho day. This is placed io a large spear them, as you might say. Hero's tho whaleboats, a number of which they wj-water-coolLaths and Shingles. without Ice. and drawn from tool," and, stepping into a low hut, be and manage as well ns tho white men. 15. Itaballbo the duty of each Assessor In orsice for the year 185S, before be ahall have enterwhen required to fill etc. The brought out a crowbar that, liko overy thing OK. W. B. PENNY, Kor the convenience of our cuitomera In Man-forwater should boil actively for half an hour else, seemed attenuated and was stretched The hunting party noaring the Island, all ed upon the duties of hli office, to go before the . Dontlrit, the following sonvcrsAtion ii stopped or dropped to necos Judge ot the County Court and and vicinity we have arranged with in order to kill the germs of disease. Of out into a long, slender-pointorod. "Wo KKNTCCKT, to xep on course this is only elfective in cases of or- wado along," continued the man, "and probe lary whimpers, the oars aro piled as if they oath Ida solemnly swear that I will lalthiuuy 1. II fare II where theyins jaiui It as cheap as get can qualified pjrsons to vote Lumber, Office on Iincaster itreet, teat door to I.iti-moganic impurities as mineral prisons would with this feeler, and when wo tvere mutlled and oil movements are done acertaln tbe number of district tor which I have of ourus direct. He will also make eitlmatei for from for Ueprewntattvea In tbo strike a log 11 a. Jot rxal not be destroyed thereby. i silently as possible, for the walrus has an lcn chosen Assessor for the year 1S33, and will any bills not on bamli. which we will fill on abort w.and 1 to 9 r. otht.e. O&ct houis from S to whan u. Antithetic! administered In tho history of cholera, as or almost all wo feel around, and if it is a good ono wo icuto car although it is very small Hav- carelully rejott the aatue In the book returmd by notice. IM1 JS, JlELViX neceaiary. Ulfi KT" other contagious and epidomlc diseases, it is dig her up, and it it ain't wo let her soak; ing complete'' tho landing nolselossly tbolr me as Assessor ct tax by the first day or May, 1354. found that thpy aro constantly present in that's about the way of it." C. Said Assessors are hereby reiulrel tveapons are made ready. "So in Jersey you burrow for your logsP vote tor Represenlow, swampy districts where the water is Tho first weapon used on tho animal Is tho "That's about it," replied tho man. "You tative, any person or whose right so to vote such stagnant and givei out offensive exhala& MISSISSIPPI ft. harpoon. is similar to the harpoon of tho Aisctmr has any doubt whatever, and any one It tions. Tho homo of cholera in India and know, we're obliged to bo a whit odd or so; whalers, which has been probably bor- tbmexamlned who ahall knowingly awear fairly we've got the name of it, onnyhow." other Asiatic countries is located in districts rowed Irom It and adapted to civilized uos as to hli said light, ahall bailable to all the pains -- Tht Direct Route to- "The secret of this business," said a and penaiiieaofthe crime of prJurT- nJ U,T of this kind. Wherever swamp) and stagwell known geologist, "is that ages ago all It is about'six feet long, with a barbed sjar Awcasoriball write oppMltelo the name ot each nant pools abound there isdiiease in various point or head which, driven beneath tho person thtii sworn the word "iworn." forms. Tho same rule holds true in ovory this area was covered with a flno growth of tough skin of tho walrus, tho barb turns 7. Itihall lie the duty of the Secretary ol country where the water is impure or ha! large trees, and tho samo nro foun 1 growing In doing so becomes detached from aol State to have this Act advertised In oae weekly E. H. BURNSIDE, tho in somo parts of the swamp yet, but thoy newspaper In each county of the Commonwealth been fouled in any manner. handle, which is thrown or floats away, as n Nsrthwdt anl Southwest by tb way of preceding the Plymouth, Pa., which ban suffered to navo uiea out ana lallen down and sunk into it may happen to be on land or In tho writer lor tour wecki. nearly or next paperaof the city or and lnoneof the dally the soft mud, and so been covered up by Woll - Known LOlTISVILLl-:orCI.CI.XATIOld This terribly this yoar from typhoid fever, is in thirty aaji nntaediaieiy mold and mud, until many other layers where it in struck. Attachod to this barbor Louisville ror pverr rountr said Secretary i'iii inall herein- and In a mountainous and naturally healthy counHotol Still Maintains have grown over them; but in somo remnrk-abl- e head is a strong, supple Hue of ta nno.1 seal- cause to W losted at the door a eery try, and iti ordinary sanitary conditions nbout twenty or thirty feet long, about of said till, printed In hand bill form, lor at least High All nfunsn- - lMvlog Cbatttnooit lur Uhx- way the wood is preserved, and theso skinslzj were no worso than thoo of neighboring the XI 11 11UIUO livlll and ClDrlnnall makt of ropo called "clothes' lino" nnd four consecutive weeks before such election. AND sunken ancient logs are lust as good for throe direct toanrctlon at lbos points with tbt I.tghN towns whore there has been no disease at or four tiinei as strong, This is wound S. The Public Printer Is hereby required td alL Tho cause of tha epidemic there was a shingles and othor articles as they were around tho native's neck when he has tho print five hundred copli-- i ot the Fourth, Kilth and Itt Proprietor ii Determined that nlng Kiprrss on tbo Ohio a ULtlHlppi for ht Ion is and all polals West. to no Country it Shall be Second in its Fare, specific ono and was easily traced to impuro when alive; hence for many years thwe has walrus spear in Ins hand. At tho other ond sixth rieetlona of this Ait, anl then deliver to Only lrtu Louisville er CImIb-1HH Hotel in tho State tbe Secretary of State, whose duty II shall be to water. A little mountain stream became been a steady hunt for them, and Dennls-vill- e is a largo Inflated seal-ki- n float about tho transmit them to the various County Clerks, and nUUTb mtl to Uuls, being two bstnri is a result of tho industrv. To the bot Appointments, or Atten poisoned by tho dejecta of on3 or two any other line giving our pissesgeri nulckrr than size of a keg, or probably a 'Ittlo It shall bo the duty of such Clerks to place tbem time for tumls and first citotcc of In trains tion to Comfort of typhoid fover patients and, as it Ho we J anist the tree is tho evergreen white cyprosa larger. This is sometimes nllowed to hong promptly In the hanJi of each Assessor ot tax tr going West, and tho numbers that once grew ovor this over tho hunter'j Quests. year 18W, in their respective counties It their into tho reservoir which supplies tho town, the back for it weighs little ibalfalobetbediity ol the I'ubllc I'rlnter to swamp aud that have been entombed are spread the germs of diseaso broadcast. te noMiIng or a companion, generally n print tivc thousand copies of thii Act upon a Tho trees upon or noar or In Now York city recently tho filthy boyoud conception. !ecretary or llatKSge will be conveyed to and from the de l2Hours Quicker to and Ine gili g ly way ,,(CIua,j the surface are the only ones avnilable nnd boy, may hold It for him walking Lubind State, sheet shall deliver theui same the the County rreeor eharg. Special nrrommodatloas to swamp of the "Collect Pond," underlying forward the who him as Lo steals on the unlmal with careful to Commercial Tiaielers. Tbe ilar will Clerks ol the various counties In such uuraliers a the Tombs prison, was partially uucoveroJ fortunately are the best, but far lulow there steps. alnava aapplled with Ut ftolcul to ptovldeat least twoeoplfiof aald Act for during some repair.', resulting in tho death are probably myriads of others turned to hrandaof Llanors and fltars. Kvery projecting stone or hillock of sand voting trecliict, arid Mid Clerks shall deliver the of one of the prison ollicials and in the an- stono and representing the past geological is taken advantage of in gotting ns near ns ssiae to the rherltl or other officers acting In place ur noyance of the whole neighborhood. By ages of tho earth. The logs nro worked out possible to tho clumsy monsters, nnd when thereof, and it ahall I the duty Mid such NbcrltT Always tniVn Act at each 'Swamp-oodles- .' or Mber officer t p'lt oaecopr of purifying such spots as theo atii by boiling by tho men who are tbo lino of hunters, six or seven in number, place lor four weeks prior to the Mid ! Huh an.l Timo and who llvo in the malarious dis- aro Con tho water which Is uod for drinking puras cIomj as they can crawl without show another copy at mm other suitable i l. pla. e tj poses ono of I' u principal causes of Ui'oass trict all their Hve3." ing themselvos or attracting attention, a Insaid rrecliict, and any oltuer 'ailing shall A "When n log is found, n ditch is mado the and of the spread of disease will bo resignal U glvon by cue, n loud shont of fined far ea duller presrrib"! In this to be recur-ere- d With all Lines at h failure twenty dollars moved; and by the additional precautions about it, into which the water .oon flows. having jurisdiction nnd with three or four nimble i....u... tit, li.iuv s pyTrien fi. in any Court A great saw is then applied and tho roots - y. of personal cleanliness, cloan hou-- e prem St Louis and Intermediate Fointi. riiia Ai t shah tai. r !' t fr i Its passa.e. bounds forward the hunters are each within ATprovedJuiuary 1!' ISM sos, the destruction of kitchen refuse by removed, and as a rule, tho log will riso to striking distanco of the seloctod walrus aud, the surface and can to cut up and carried burning, and tho use of clean, wholesome, Through Coachoa nnd Pulliunn Xo l'errlcn! XoOiiiiilIiiiMTrniiH-fer- n burying tho spear hoad in the animal's thick fresh fool, there is no reason why any one off, though in many localities thu shlnglos hide, they commence paying out the luie ! Stooping Cars I&A1K12 need fear tho cholera, oven if it should reach aro made right on the spot and drncced from around tholr head with lightning-lik- e From over the swamps on roads, in many cao, (VMuertlasistttal In I'slon lep.it, rtt luli the city, htEKISu A Louisville to ChU'HKO, mado of boughs and twigs. This curious rapidity ns tbo hugo brute descends tho KOR INVESTORS OR rUl-tiS- S wlib trains sf lines gulng West, orlhwrit and steep slopo, and whon its ond is reached they Thriving Railroad Towr To The fitful Wnlrtis. Home In a oouinww. busiuoss is not confined to New Jor-jy- , but throw the light float high in II you ari going UVst te any folnt, (alios or dote a partnerab p, tho air with n (Lieut Schnatlca. over in Delaware nnd Maryland there uro Cliit'liinall to C'IiIchko, " wins io mo unasriigne.1 merry equivalent to our slang The walrus has nbout an inch ani a half similar swamps, where tho shingle businoy LOTS, reltabU Inbrnsiilnn In "Oo itl" nnd possibly it uiiy not strko tho 100 to two inches of blubber directly under his h as been carried on for years. One of the IiuliiiiuipollH to CIik'UKO, Kor IjII , and tbo Wostorn itutei, Map..,... .! U Ac In Guides skin, nnd this is by the natives to get swamps in Delaware extends over twnnty-flv- o ground nt nil, so swift is the walrus escap- Foriale at public auction In Junction City, Kv , and lowest special rts lur Tickets and HomoaoU and ing, or if it does it is with n bound that utKKii io an (MMoti WHl call oo or aadresi at the crosilrg f the Cincinnati Southern R. oil for tholr lamps while thoy devour largo TnnOUQII TIME TABLE square mllos, and hardly a hnue in Sus II. ALMir. the Kuoxvllie Branch of the I,. A S. I'. quantitlos of tho blubbjr especially during sex county but what is shlnglod from tho sends it clear into the toa just as the object 1'asseogtr Ag't Ohio A Mlsslnlppl tlaiUvay. Via lWliTlUe: ot tho other ond of tho lino goes into It too THDKKDAY, JULY lOlli. 1SS5, the fevero cold of winter. The meat and ancient deposit." with n splash thnt can only be made by n Un Ilegirnlng at 10 o'clock a. m., over 100 Iau In the W.l.Wft?-- ,' W.W...EA.KU.V. blubber are eat n both cooked and raw. of tough meat striking an incoming above inen'loned place, which Is now one of the Lve, Louisville I J I'riH't nt d (miI Man'gr, an I "J iw p m Obstacle to lieu Pms Agl Tho tough hide cut into strips about n foot in l.'nslnml. Kentucky and growing A rr. Ijifayctte- pm C W. i'AKt", teotral Passenger Agent. most thriving towna In -- J 8 broakor. llOi m Chicago Times.) long is used as and Is thu boit S Kpwi I well funplled with ichooli anliliurchM. Ma m Cln.lnnall, Ohio " Chltvgw as soon as tiio hard has gaiiiod tho water rapidly, tuttving manuiaciuriDn iuirit It is stated by a correspondent of The material in the Arctic region for that purwith some pose, nhnlfd.z3ii ts.i.dozjn oftbe-There are also within s yards o! this London Times that thoso landlords who help tho hunters rush for their kiaks and boate tidVia Cincinnati: wells. iprlngs bit given to n dog overy othor day being striving workingmon to bocoim masters in in which to piirsua the walrus, ospecially property several line mlnsml attractions and health for This locality lurnlihea many 17 M a m t pm tbo way do'cribed are "ill appreciate! by those that nre swimming nwny with tho and I .lnes. Lv. Clnlnatl sufficient to keep him .in line condition right ' IJJ1 p m 11 SO p in float, tholr arms being tho guns and laneos. along whatever kind of work ho may Le dothose other work people tj whom csb, an I the remainder in Arr. IndlanapolU .- .t Tkxms I Chicago I"" ing. Sametimet the natives cook it for a from mere jealousy of class fellow- When a speared walrus gains the water ho C. 12. 18 and 21 inoutb', wlih ' par out. Interest It pre Dally. fllly eaetpt Sunday. day or two in their simmering kettles and it ship such sr.iull nnd struggling cnpIta.T.ts at onco dlvo-- carrying the float down with or may be paid In monthly installments "iliiiC'tiriiSM Itoutc.n is. .' becomes friable, but otherwise it is ns toush and employers are dotestablo. The biggost him out of sight, but after two or threo ferred. lte tine your tickets read via the Bhortest and Quickest Route from Can as sole leather, and to eat it it mil:- bj cut in nud strongest nre cried up in profersneo, ns minutes the float bobs up ubout 100 yards The Sixth Annual Exhibition tral Kentucky to all Point North, more likely to puy tho largoct wages or away and ft second or two after is followed small bits that can swallonoi nt ouce. a MONON by tho animal coming to tho surfaco to (if T.'IK Eait, West and Southwet, ebfwlng it would have n t more eifect than rather the highest rate iidUtincUon which (L. N A. AC U'yiai Ills the fiiUkel. tbe Ixit breathe, which he does with loud puffs and Kait Line may h the very soul of tho strife." it would on a tra !e dollar. In fact. th anl in jst dlrrct Un to Phi. a j and lnts Russians used to take walru. hide and, cutIn this statement we get u view of one of snorts, "blowing" water Into tho air liko a LEXIS UTOS A OI.VCI.V.V.1TI In the Northwest. small whalo. If ngnln frightened by tho ting it Into little bite, coined it into money, tho obstacles perhaps tho main obstacle Schedule In Effect May 10. 18M Tickets via the Mon m Itjuts on sa'e at all prin-- Will be held KniDAYASATirtDAV- ,noar approach of his or.omios he takes two and found It as servlcable as metal. in the way of the succesi of tho cipal ticket offli s. fur rites nuj'i nud lull lu No". ( Ko.6, formation, address plan for tho amelioration of tho condition of or three gasps of breath nnd goes down again, A.3STID l A.tuicigo. W.M J' IIALDWIS.H Austrinii Hours of I.tlior. a inne tooner timn Lo- working people. The worker must havo to Kx. hun., iMIly A J .() ItLILLV. O S A . L'.ulsvllle. Ex. Sun CliiuaKo Herald some capital Leforo he can become n share- fore, Jor it Is a horculoaii work to koep tho Ar r.itaWura elvlrea list of the premium.print- , float down with him under wator. If seLve. Covington Under tho new law regulating the hour! holder in a 8 10 a u g io pm 2 00 p in fciucelhey were concern. He must will be tsutou application, 10 ti a u lu 15 pu 5 "u Arr. Paris.. of labor and the observance of Suudaysand tu save pait ot his earnings. He must live verely pressed, that is, lire J nt ov.rytImo ed aspeclal premium has been died tor the " lalnglon I n pmlll 19 pu C lu p u holidays in Austria, the working day fcr temperately, and ho must be industrious his bond apjwnrs or thrust at with a lance, ond day by tbe a)ton HtdgeCp., ol Ohio, w no Lndurlng I ernes .1 and Lve. Parli II Si am 10 31 p m 8 .v p ta male adults In all trades and domestic serv- If he does this he becomes unpopular with ho gets but little bivuthlug timo above, and make too Cheapest Adams,Most Agent, KtcliutonJ. y., Wor'd-W- .T. Arr. Winchester ... li 'JO pm II oo pui 6 1" p ta ice, with certain exceptions is limited to his fellow. He ceases to be n "gowi follow," after tho float has been down a dozen or a the " ltlchmoad forlhelostKaddloMareor OeldlDg any ge; 1st, 2 00 pm T , p eleven hours. Occasional extensions of this aud becomes some other things that, in the score cf tunes, ooch intervnl less, the nearly 816 and id, 110. J. W. KM1IUV, President. " Lancaster ! " Itowlaml I 10 pu Irsts for Catalogues J. W. Wilmori, fcc'y6 ii pin Ad t!m aro allowod to certain employes such view of the operative who spends for. boer exhausted walrus coases to drag it under as railway servants, hackney coachmen auJ what lie might savo, un I who loafs whon ho with him, and when he dives to oscaps bU Lve. lllchmoitd.. 1 06 p in ... S to p it) ... Arr. Herea conductors, postmen nud porters, but the might just as well work, nre not savory. tormentors, ho simply draws It along tho Llrlngiton. ., i M a in (xteniion is never to exceed nn extra huur. This tnvalua' !c prepa surfaco liko a small 11. h with n large cork. res Mnin Tntrnv Is trulya trlmupbof acl Night work for uonien and boys under 10 ' A Costly Doruilleiit. Asswnastho hunters havo gainod their No. 11 No. 3 No. 1 nuiuuiu iuii- -i tini akin nd no more is only to bo peimltted In a few exceptional canoes and boats away they scarry after tho (Living Church J inestimable lienetlt wni cases. oared walrus nnd the second one bobs bU Youths emplo- e as waiters and evvr bostonnl on the Over the catacombs at Kief there is a sj Surgeon, Physician world. potboys may, provided they have not been ' 3 00 a m religious hotiMj calljd tho Pet- - head obovo water a shot from a gun, or a No More Pain! mctheraof tbeonly short- Lve. Livingston s 'It not ' llcrea 10 22 am . en duty during tho daytime, be worked sberskaia Laura, whose prior during tho lance turust u uo be near, greots his appear ens the time of labor and Arr. Hlchmond ... Ii Ja ml. S p. m. to midnight, hut they are en from Crimean war lent tho Czar Nicholas 5,000.. ance. lessons the Intensity ot Danville, Ky. 7 16 a m Office on 4th St. no account to bo kept at work after mid- 00) The mlnuto a walrus is slain ha is careall Lve. lt)wand in acknowledgement of which " 8 OS a in NoMoreDanger pain, hut better tbau the Air. Liucsster 1 Itgroitlyitiiiitnlshes night. Tho itauss fjr meals aro not to bo the potentate gavo n bond in his own handfully draggod to the shore aud a few places Itl cli tinn n oo a m danger to lite of boU reckoned within tho maximum time of labor. writing. The precious document was kept cut in his hide so as to secure more lines, mother aud child, and Lve. Itlchtuond .... .1 fl 00 am 1 26 p m leaves the mother In a Arr. Winchester.. .1 7 00 a m 2 26 a in in a jeiveled casket, and twenty yoars later, and by means of working at alternative liltH uurt FiHtula I'erict'tly i ondltlon highly favor . S 03 a ui 8 IS am Arr Paris A Curious Fact. when Nicholas had long slept with his ends ho is plnced abovo the water, or far Curcti. 1Y1UILIU1 lisJUliUs bli to apredy recovery. Lve. Lexington ... .' 7 25 a mi u so p m1 2 30 (Cincinnati Times-Stafathers, AlsxatiJer II., hlsson and successor, enough at loast to allow them to begin cutnra td far lest liable to Lve Paris 8 IS a ui 3 2S p u 3 31 pal "Do you know," siid a civil engineer to me visited the monastery for the purpose of ting him up. TbU is done into ten or twelve Hooding, courtilslons and The Dread of 11 SO a ml GJ10 m fl 65 pm alarming symptoms Arr. Covington divisions of about ISO pounds each, one side tho other day, "that thu effect of tho cold is Inspecting some historical docuoisnts; tho othsr very curious on the cables on the inclines prior banded it to him with a profound of each hugo cube being tho skin. These No Knifo, Ligaturo or Caustio jittarffiiWiSVi-- l MATAVII.I.K UltANCII. tTsod. ploces are folded over so that tho edges of Of course, during tho night, one cable ii obelfance, anl hoped for immdiatj payly wonilerlul emcacy in to the weather, sshilo ths other ii ment when he saw tho czar prei it rever- the skin come together, when they are this iwp'ct entitles the Transfoinitd to T?7aiTTT:oTTJr io MoTiiatra coiled up In the warm engine room. The ent y to his lips aud beard him exclaim: sewed with n loshiug, and each bundle, Dally DallyC rauktd as one ol the life Ex. Hud, Ex. Sunt one oxpoed contracts until It Is six or eight "In this you possess a treasure north ten therefore, has only the skin outside, and in Treatment Mild. No Detention From saving appliances given this condition can defy tho teeth of anyinches shorter than the other, and whon tho times the sum it repressing ' A pauo thing In tbo world, so world by the dis- Lve Covington... tu tbe Business, 2 00 pm tough Is the hide. coveries ot modern sil " Uxlugton. cars nro startol in t.o morning it s neces- eusued, and then, to the monk's deop dis- The head, 7 25 a ai. 4 35 p u one ASD and one ence. . sary to run them up two or three times to appointment, the czar handed the paper hind ono falls to the man who struck 5 23 p oi u a ui From the nature ol the Arr Mays villa jq to 7 50 pm make them of equal lengths. Of course it is back saying; "I will not rob you of your the walrus, and the rest is divided case, It will ot course be Xo among the hunters, to be asaln divided Cure Certain nml reruiaueiit. we can sitnpb enough, and any child can explain jji iwuiuii u tjmui o. iveep it us a saovu relic. understood that NoTs r"iKoTr BOLTlI.Bot'ND. not publlin ternucaies Dally iho why and wherefor, but it is one of thosi for it is my father's own handwriting, and and divided nnd divided with each new Dally Cure, No Yaj. concerning this P.kmkdv Lx. bun. Ex. bun Prty tliey may encounter until it is eaten things that no engineer could havo fore- -' you have not purchased it too dearly." wounding tbe without up. Those bundles of meat nro taken to tho Lve Maysvllle.. son," 3 15 a nt I 00 pm SAFETY A11D EASE nearest Maud for Walrus island is sub- The Itoml to Success. Arr Parli 8 10a m 3 13 pm mergoj nt the highest tides and each Special Attention also Given to Chron" Islington.. Legitimate in Wall St root. of tuch testimonial! on 0 10 a m 6 10 pm New Orleans Picayune. T0- -' bundle covered with huge stonos ta prevent " Csvlngton ' Me, and no mother who II S0 in o 00 rra Letter.) l"Gath's" Fred Archer is the most successful jockey tbo depredations of polar bears, wolves and ic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, used It will baa ..... !ier once te without itit. NflKK. Trains!) and i r .lull- Not a device practiced in any gambling In the world because he picks out winning other urctic carnlvoraj. ... In Sllircrlll? W j,U houso of the globe is not cbnsidored legitiChester, and Covington; other tra cs her ilnieuiirouoie horses before he mounts them. There would are dally excent Similar. mate in Wall street. A mail ruins his friend bo some great ductors in tho world if thoy Sanitary nnd Kconuiulcal. As well as all Diseases peculiar to Womea. Lovlr.i-lnTrain No. 1 runa A prominent phyilclau lately reniarW to tli anl n..i. . and they Joke together about It. One broker could choose their patients. .. :"'. not via Wlnclieatur vlj Paris. IChlcago Tribune. kuiusisi.us nl consu t 1 free proprietor mat ii ii Dr I.', can agrees with bis partners to put up a stock. Charscs mod rate wo receive, tlio Mothers tileud lilrect conn rtlontare madoat U'ini hester wlt'i Ik thu letters A man named Sellg Voltcjtiunotevzky d ol barge and will be louud at Ills oilte ai all would outsell anything on the market. Uo then goes cut and furnishes them with Paper I'lutes. Chraaiierto A nblp fur Mt Sterling, AiUlapd l.r the next threo mentbs. . a.,aul eastern uuuuogioD, tiarieiioo, Uie stock at the higher figures an! puts tholr Paper plates for bread, butter, cake, etc., the to a New York court the otber day for times permission he refers to the tollowlng gentit. By e, earnestly entreat every female expcclliia privilege cf dropping tbo last twolvo most Irw In, Money. n hh pocket, and a year or two,' havo been IntroducoJ nt the Berlin hotels. I 1st Line: Vol. 3 and 1 run via lettoM out of his naire. Ho basod his plon tlemen: J. ri. Uosley, n. V.A. Ueiey. Murnby. U. to bsconiine-- lo use Mothxr'a Friend, (.onpletl Winchester Lee, Tmn afttfrward he tolls it at the club and there is ' They aro in papior mache, with gray Ky : Ju.lC. aua tuai minus a mug foim Trains, with I'ullman Sleeping Cars betweex d with this entreaty I win upan sanitary and economloal reasons, and P. Tpiuii e. John I apisonamors", -- n V"Ji. "ycin) I have iiev. .iuvhjumii aim ni..!!rlnl nractlce ifortr-foua great roar around tho club at his unusual borders in relief. tho court grantel his prayer. Ills namo ii vllle, Ky ; Iter. J. A. Ilogle, Ilu tonvllle: 11 ). er known It to fall to produce a mfe nud uilck and Washlneto''. iiiLumouj, a, and Wlncbettet 1). C. tleveriiMi. B. i Tlios a Itoblniou.Lancaiter.Ky Through tickets and bjggage cliKkol to any H. J. UOLMK.D.. Sutton, J delivery. F.ev. Sum Jonsj I desplso tboology and now Mr. Sells Volt, aud ha has our coi destination reached by railroad. Wulker, i;. c. vnn.i Dazalno, who surrendered botany, but I love religion and flowers. gratulntloiH. McKlB. 8. V.U. MOUSK, W. II. wniTTLKSEY, Johnson, uryauisviue, n.y., j etz during tho Franco-Prussiawar, is Passenger Agent. Ky ,(..! Uosley. Lebanon. Ky ,Hio. Lew. Ssnd lor Treatise on Health and Ilapplnow of Trv. Paw. Agsnt. Itowllng l". Vampl e.Iivlllo, Kv.i A. A. McOluuls, ((ported destitute ut Madrid. Woman." mailed tier. WrLL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia anl ltwiOLATOR Co., Atlanta, Oa. WIIV WILL VOU cough wben Shlloh'a Cure Orcen. Ky.', ieo. Bohon, Judge J W. Hughes, Hbadi-.klIlarrlaon, "tlio boy priKichor," claims tUal Siltoli'a Vltallser Is gusranteal to will g) re liiiwsJIate rellelf VtUo Sfc ani SI. For Iiarrudsburi. Ky.! C. C. Shumate, MeAiw, Ky. Oen. IVjsJAgt Fur sale by Dlt. M. L. BOUKM:, Staniew, 1 25 fcn loureyou. For silobz Peiny A McAlliter. fa has "coiivurtid 40,000 souU," islo by I'ciidtA Mc A lister. A Loading Aceiioy for the- Sjireml'of ease Tim lluino of llio Clinlera llntlcil Wader in u 1'lnguo Dis- Just for n hat! Flowers iiuvisited, mornings unsung, tare of the vslngs that ii o'er-swun- g Tim Wiilrns nud Ills Haunts In Northern Waters How llio Hmiilin:iu Hnr- puoii mill Shoot Tholr Chuno Mint mill lllubbcr. (New York World. AN Ai T lor InkioK the SBtue of the Rood peaplr Ot this t'oiiimonwMlth ns to the net mlt nud illcncy ol cnlllDR a Convention to mminl the Constitution nnd o imctrtaln the uuintwr offer mm entitled to rote Ut UeprMoatiUVM. VllKRius, cxperUuco has pointed out the u entity ot amending tho Constitution and the necessity and expediency ol culling a Convention for hi IXMBKR YARD. Having opeuoJ up a lumber yard our store, we uro now lathe rear of Prepatocl to Furnish nny kind of Lumber HI that purpoie; thert-forIk Jimtttit fy tht Gtntral ntcnu-mU- sawed nud shaved, I'lanlng Mills. OT-- tt In the rough. IVntsof nit kinds. Shingles cut, Also Agents for the Danville VTir- -r tht Com' 7JfIlT.V .1 VUItMlttX. l.ll if H LOUISVILLE &NASHVILLE n II -- lyiAr Ijfty 1 RR 1m Jjnii .. THE OnEAT Dared just for that! Preventive. Think of the others too, Others and mother, too, Drlght-Ryo- s In hat! Hear you no mother-groa- n llontln; In nir, Hear you no little moan blrdliug' despair Bomowhoro, for thatf k, dUaj-penro- oov-cilu- g InUl-tntio- Cen-tonul- Sim-Log- s. That t tho r.et (ieneral Election lit Id fcr Representatives to the Upneral Assnubl , It Iinll he the iluty of the several Sheriffs and other of Klectlon to open a poll tor taking the rente Convention lo amend of the !oplo lor calling theCoimtitetloti, nui nuke a return to the Secretary ortjtite, for the tlie time being, of the n.iues of nil those entitled to vote fur representatives who have voted tor calling such Convention. t 2. That for any failure to perform the dutUa prticrlued In the nrt section ol this Act. every sherllTor other rcturuliiK officer aliall be llalU to a fine (f six hundred ilollara, to he recovered by Indictment or the urann jury many i ouri Having JutltJlctlon and shall upon onviclloa bo lul'ject to removal from oltko. i 3 That It shall ho the duty or tlic O Alters ot Klectlun to propound to cverv voter tho f)iieitlon "I)o you vote lor calling a lanveniion or noi And tf such voter aliall answer In the affirmative, his name shall be recorded ns voting for at'd Con. vcntlon. 4. That nil AMisiors are htrebr required to In hli enroll, iua column which rch shall Aswism'i hook for that purpose, the names of all to rltltcni having the rlht Hut vote lor Representamid Asswoii shall tive! for the year 183s. not enroll In aueh column tbe name of any rcisoa unlets they shall at the time know that he is entitled to vote for Representative of ald election ; and such knowledge shall be lounded only upon I) the personal acquaintance oi tue Assessor, or 1) luttlclent Information obtalnnl by him direct- on... ihi timon -- haa namels enrolled, or (3) a satlstaMory statement under oath, from other creditable persons wno Know me men urenmry to the qualification ofauch voter Any Aiieuor enrolling in raid column any name, without such knowledgeor tnioruintlon. shall he deemed guilty of m sdemeano an 1 fined ta aum of not les than twenty nsr more than flfty dollars for each and nery name thus Improperly enrolled, which fine msv le recovered In any Court having Jurisdiction and shall be fjr tho beni 61 of the common nliooli. Said Assessor shall be govarned In all cases- by the laws then In rorce io prevent iiirsai nun,column written In a fair, legible manner, shall be retornrtl, with said Ass.or's book to the Audit-o- r, who shall make out a copy of said columns and deposit lame la tbeotttco ot the Secretary of Statr, to be reported by him to the next General Auem-bl1. of h'tHtnfky: OlB-er- rs HAIL.E'5 WELL? UNI! lsst. OfJSlVH hoAlth-glving Through Trunk Line lr ICE ICE! ICE! oneTcent'per pound "St. Mary's on SOUTH & WEST Mills" Ala-Oi- GFitVc LUMBER! HUltOiiOrV UKNTI8T, y. er d d rto uiiihi 1 R USI-ly- r. Z$-6- m MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. and its Roputation, I U Propr St. Louis & . tho West elic-tlo- - Court-Hou- -I. n ili up-ra- O. & M. nlck-uame- d Fast " and Snro uootious A CIIAKCE "Ah-nyah!- OVER TOWN nd. u-- 1 dog-foo- d. e 1 I some-timo- -On- e-fourth ' s IJO-I- "" LB. I. - 1 ROUTE, K Kirksville Pali?! n-- c JXJXs'' 24 25. 80OTII-UOCS- MOTHER'S - FRIEND f Dr. E. J. Nickersoiij and ' b'OBTU-IiOUJI- 1 well-kncu- n . roi-ole- Motherhooa j NoaTii-Uot'N- ' HOPE I fore-flippe- r JOY. wi-r- M iVSJA I l..... n 1 ' col-sre- . - r al n ',",' au.'l"' '"" ", c.w.iK;" u.w.ffi;Ky