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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885072101 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. mzmi VOL. XIV. oumaI futtUnlictt TttcmliiUH atu! Frlilnv ttU.OO X231l ANNUM Weed raid strictly la advance, tf wo havo to wu ktiT time, 82,50 will be charged. rV a! . mtftial NO. 10. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1885. DRIPPING SPRINGS. To the lilltor of Tha Interior Journal. Something more my )r n, Its former eblme I fain would drop, ntxl lots tbo rliyHio That lights my terse m ore lights up a GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. W. P. WALTON. OANVILLE. BOYLE COUNT t. the cheapest ami best coil i nuil Green rtreeh. License for the iuarrU);e of 8 V. Wnltehoue to Mollio Klrklaml win isued Scalier Bell 15 Oflire oorner this morning. Father Paul Volke, late of Owtnton. arrived a.nd will mtlce hit houu with Brady for the r.'"ent. Ilia clmrce embficei the Oeruun Citbolic colonists in lljyleand L'ncjln countic. In the i)lic court Stturdsy Dan Thomas w fined $75 and coat for ehoot-la- s Fiem H.I) in jo turouub the left hand . Tne row occurred tit the colored Uititlet church a few nlifuU previously. IJ)th ol the share Mriioi are colored. A meeting of the president of the bw hall clubs of Central Kentucky will b i held at tillcbcrV tbii 3 i m , for the league for tie of forming a blue-firDanville, Nicholasvitle, national Rstue. IUriodaliurg, SotnerMt, Stanfort? and Lancaster will be represented. The follonloK settlement continued from the last term of the Circuit Court for exception were thii morning ezaminad, approved and ordered to record: O 1!. Baow, admr. of K. M. Kaow, decerned; II. M. LinneTi admr. M. II. Linney, deceased: J. L. Bruce, committee of Harden Bruce; C. K I'.Ielen, admr. Jane Watkin and V. I). Lattimer ndmr. of (!. A. Carter. Mr'. Magj;!' Mcl'ob'rls is visiting her aunt, Mr. K. Bryant, of Cimpbtllsrillo. Mi Kale Caldwell, of Garrird monty i here spending a few dvs with her aunt, Mt. M E Crawford. Mr K.m O Hir-Un,o! I)r W. H. HirUn, u a on.niiml r $l 2 X) clerkship a'. Washington (Mr, and iiunwin that city. Mr. and Mr'. Wm. Ayree, of Louisville, arepenJinz the hot wrsthrr with the ffiwiiv of Mr. R. W. Given'. Mrt. Ayres' fvher. Urn. A. 0. Talbott left Snndar for mic C.ty and Lake iorgei toba aWn' now n month. Mr. Fr.nl Luuus h Imu-tin property o' Mr. D. Henmen on .".i ft., fjr J2.&0O atd will ehortly occupy it e a reiidenoc. Mr. Whit Mnloney has Iftfl Lexington and come back to Ditivllleto llvr. pur-porx" Lancaster. Caplain IlMton Dillion runs hi new to I) tnyille now and appear to be do-- , ttn; icg a good busineaa. The hack leaves here Ifon laycinrasl coulJruneatil line Tbeso ult blll,nnl fur an Lour eoukl say nt 9 in the morning and returns nt 4 r. m. I'dcauitbt tbo warmth tbat on Hit UnJK-ilay; Tho Nirholasville I5lue anil a picked And tbat I .Ireamtd as artists Mmull.noi drwm, up nine oflhU plac played a game of Who blena thjlr sHdles with meaJow. mouat and here last Thursday evening stream. I am Indeed a child worn which resulted In a victory for the 7ieitor out at play And weary of my game I long toatray by a ecore of 32 to 10. To oilier haunts, to othir heights unlcuonn, Some one gotnway with eeventy young And claim tbat Haphael's brush li half my own. chlckeno for Mr. B. F. Hudon last Friday Alas! forsaken l.r my Muse I turn Anil backward glance she li:(tor my return nnd Saturday night). Mr. II. expect bte Kols the old Umlllir fields with light, them to return for the coop soon and will Shs bids mo psuie, take up my task lie, give them a warm reception. riicareyet dawn tho leaM awaki The town trtntee have posted notices And oa my brow tbe ralnjrrpi ahats, that no ho: will be pjrmitted to remain The only remnant of tberluiid within the city limit after July 25tb. Tbat pealed lau utgbt tbe Ihusuler Iwd, Owner of iwin who allow them to tay The enly lilr.l that here with Uiwsrs niter tint date will be fined $j for each Coxieteuitluist sludotritouetluieiaboweri, twelve hour they remain Ihe ih rnlnittoemtadreauiorbllss, Col. J. H. Bruce wa taken Huddenly Tbe not unlike lire's first KIm ill at Dripping Spring laU Friday, but My soul expsixli- -I drink tbe dew, was able to be removed to his home near It gltes my veins a deejer bus, I bait, wnese like a singing rill here Saturday evening. At this writing, The spring come dripping o'er tbe bill, (Monday mornin?) he ia reported as being I fill my cup again, again, in a very critics.! condition. Liver and I drink for oo health to meo- -I kidney troubles are the complaints. hear the rUliig-hell'-a faint ajund, Allen Sebitian, a prominent farmer The porter makes bit usual round. ol the Buckeye vicinity, was bitten on the , g,j base-ball(- ?) aml-wi- kie all-g- 1 Mai. John Taliaferro, father-in-laof Judge Beckner, has been appointed pott-hac- k mssler nt Winchester. Tho President has nominated Alexander Davtzic, of Kentucky, to be Consul of the United Stalea at Nantoa. Jeflrai & Thompjon, importers of fancy dry goodi, eilks, As., Cincinnati, have assigned. Liabilities $100,000. K&v Firflt Controller Durham has secured a Clerkship in the Sixth Auditor's office Wall Paper, SXiiHlcal Wines. for Samuel Harlan, of Dauville. Liquor Chemical, ssria a la Bell counts, Mrs. Mary McAtee, Stationery, leBrn. NoitpH, wife of n moonshiner, hacked her rival, OHh, Tobaccos, Cutlery, Lumps, Perfumery, Fire Arinx, XTachia Mr. Alice Noo, to death with nn ax. Ncedleat. O D. and J P. Brown aro on trial Our Jewelry, Silver wnro and Optical Hoods Department Is in Charge offtiL. ain at Veraille for the murder of Town TI103. Uichards, who will Itcpair iVntchcs and Clocks promptly and In tho licet; MarhHl Freemm Thl U tho third trial. style. Dr. B. F. Jobnstnn, of Lawrence county, convicted on the charge of perjury, has been sentenced to the penitentiary for one year. The building containing the office of I have received and still receiving the 2W, Crific, f7ae and National Jlepub. loan, at Washington, burned Thursday night. Loss $250,000. Joseph Taylor, who on May 31, 1881, Comprising tbe best In tbe market, which will be brutally murdered Keeper Micbeal F. ivoran at tne intern nenitentiarv. was Qotton Up in Stylo and Moko Second to Nono in City or Countryw M'ROBERTS, & STAGG, Stanford, Faint, Instriicinent. Opera House Block, Drug, H. C. RUPLEY! NEW GOODS SPRING & SUMMER Give Me a Trial. Tho Otslrr'a H'nrtt llnoiny. ) INrw York Mall atui Kajre-- hYe, the drnmllsU have mnJe tlielr ft n well know oynWr dealer to n reporter, "and lYiiico' Itay oysteruien nrw In n tnt o( much excit-ineiTrw drumfWi an tbu about tbm osi oyster planter's worst Simmy Tlwy the oysUirs mid eat them up Just at fait ns tboy nrs planted. They coin. In great quunlltte, tliousan Is at a time, mil it U nxt to Impossible to gat rid of them. They hare npjwarcxl In susli Kroit number tlw lixtt few day that many of ui Imvo bm! to top planting oyU'r for a tliuu. Tbo lUh H about a foot long nn.l I. uwle f n any pur-- I km. Tliov ivmalii about tbe oytter bods for fully tx irMki, and If omethlug H not donffntonce to drire them oir or destroy tbem tlioy will oat up hundred of thou, a.indf of dollar' worth of oykton in l'riuce'i bay nlon tblt season." "What U bln donu to prevent tbU dam nge1' vrai nko.l. feeding "A trial U tolng made by ImlU of Hour, tbem with doctoroJ bolug that tbu fish, tbo nrgument wbll uttotuptlug to fetnl on tboso, gets Ills gills fastuuI in tbe flour pasto nud is thus Hut I hardly think that anything hilled fed to tbo fish will provo olToctuaL Tho beat way is to frightoh thorn oft" tbo oystor-groun- J by means of floating shingles or boirJs. or, butter still, having men row bnck nnd forth in boaU over tbu lieds continually as long as tboy aro proetit. It don't tako much to scam them on It lsuld that If tbe llih should remain heio as lnta ivs tbey did last numtner, tho lews by tliolr tjgotbsr with tlio olTect of tbo hnnl wlntor, will be over half tho cro. At tbU timu last yoar tboro were no signs cf tbo llsh, yet before tbo summor wm over tboy it lnrnitc ajjam. wld ft rnv-ago- many thousands of dollar' worth of oysters." .Swindling I.Uu lu.ur.inrn Companies. (Niw Yori Cor. lliltlmoro Amorican.) Sotnotblng HkA a swiudlo on tbe lifo cmipinle. nnl ft novolty in its by tbreo of tbo way, bos Loon dlscovarod concerns almost simultaneously. largo Great numberj of applicants for jwllclos nro rojdctod on account of tbolr physical unMoit In tbo oarly stagos of soundness. heart disease and other fatal, but slow, maladlos seek to Insure their imporilod llvos. Undor a, rigid tneilical examination, it was supposed that such undoslrablo risks were oscanod by tbo companion Hut the examiners are now convinced that a fraud has boon practiced rather extensively through tho connivance of disloyal soliciting agents. In one exposed caso tbe agent came across a man who bad boon rojoctod bo cause of bad respiration, Indicating pulmonary dlsoao in its lnclplency, and assured him tbat his np--' plication could bo put through by th slmplo means of drinking a glass of glu just before submitting to tho examination. The liquor would make him broatho froely during the ordeal. This was reportod at headquarters and an investigation made. It seems that tho symptoms of heart dlsoase, too, havo boon in numerous imtanco? subdued by drugs long enough to servo tbo purposo of deception. A Cumbrous Saddle. IKxchango.l Tbo saddloof QueouHortha, of Burgundy, described as ka most cumbrous machine." It is kept in groat stato In the parish church of Payem, ft walled town In Canton Vaud. It uppoar from tha style of this saddla that In Quuon Dortha's day it Was the fashion for ladles to rldo on cavalier. This royal lady was u most industrious porson; it Is rolatolof her "that she spun as she rode, and tbat hor dlstall was plantod on the ponimoL" la wa, the holtMt day in New , A msdstone was applied to the wound York for year. The thermometer reg-erKC. limes and at last reports the wounded tereJ 0j) n th . ftnJ ore u iuuu uuu auuereu no inconvenience iruui , en nrlnnl ... We nolo the nale dyt ptlc'a ctuek AST being bitten except from extreme fright. Itgre.lng rosy, round and sleek, Mr. Anna Clark, widow of the late ills torpid ittmiaeb lrtd to fast, The dog was afterwards killed by the citi- Senator A. R. Clark, has' been appointed Here teen partakes tbe rich repast. zens of the neighborhood. postmaster a', Falmouth and Carlo B. Ly- T3STO- - JUL. Orrosmi CooaT-ilovsThe breaklait orer round the springs As the jason for planting turnip teed tie at Manchester, Clay county. Tbe guetts as.embte-tu- uti In swings KENTUCKT, DANVILLE, -- i draweth near, the festive farmer nvaileth STANFORD, ICY., -F- rancis C. Underwood, appointed Con And those ofarewsntle turn himself of the opportunitv to get of! the sui to uiasgow, to succeed .Bret Meals are strved at all bouts. Game always on Stroll two and two In search of fern. a hand and in Its season, ojsters fresb tisb, and sim- Represents the BestaDd most Prompt-PayinHarte, ia and his rates are very loir. Give atu. sv hoary old chestnut, so dear to hi soul, native of Kentucky, and a cousin of ilar delicacies served In all styles and on short call. I'or Ihew tho woods bate more than speeeb, notice, took out far tbe sign ''Woodbine Restauabout planting eeed in the grouad instead A cslm tbat to the heart doth rweb, Gov. John C. Underwood. rant" and call when you are hungry. of the moon. And the grocery clerk mutThat per Ice t (leaee of wind and ul Three Bailey Brother attacked John 71. JIASOSIIEIUEII & CO.. Danville, Ky. Tbeiaereil lkk toushatb told. ter about the lingering in the L. Howard in Lee county and cirved and lap of spring, and wonders if ."greens" will shot him to death, not however until he t dreta tbat morning holds wore charms FOR SALE, be as plentiful as usual next year. Than day bidet obe where in her arms; hod seriously wounded Vanhorn Bailey. Hut when the fold I her shadowy teut, Clillntio, Tenn., Mis Susie Mentlo, of Near Eidera, La,, a farmer named Geo. A DESIRABLE DWELLING AND STORE-bou- se Asd stars lauh In the nrutiuiMt, i visiting Mm Dore IIirri. Miss Miry Best location Johueon killed his wife' euter and took place. combined. can ie builness addressing In tha A bargain or apbad by A newer phase iWth nature ukt Soolt, of Jemmine county, ie the guest of his own life. He wa in love with the plying ator.ee to T.J. CIIItlSTIUtSOX, Asxl la the heart new Joji awat. JleKlDuer, Ry. Miss Lime Mason. Miie llmle nnl 't girl, and opposed to ber approaching mer-- I Son lose tb JlmnJ glare Liie Chcnault, of Richmond, wcro with rbge. At soft tbey trlu some larotlte air. aiiaJw NOTICE hcPCTJLi railing, trv whlls' IlEALTn jtE- - n Kate WaMen Ex Colleitor Lan-draMia AMvn, -- New York City' present debt is S120,-- I INCORPOEATION Nine lose to lounge aloul tbe spring, KKWE3, a pure, clean, wholesome OF THE has b'un the practice of law. Mr. 000 000, Stouie fr(iisit sfuls where hammocks swing, or about SU.000,000 in excess of is in the V. S. Fergaon, of Cjvlngtoa, Aad ethers Mauler to tbe poj SO the constitutional limitation of 10 per Ker Eraln. Nerves, Stomach, Liver, Kldnejs, Their tired limbs to Us!U- - and cool. oily, (j ilte a number of ladle and gen- Kent, of tbe cej2!ible Lungs. An L'nenualcd Invlgorant. Oures valuation of city tlemen spent the Sunday at Dripping property. HtttgOcmeJuit the shtdy nok Know all men by these presents that wr, the Headache, Fever. Asrue, Chills, undersigned, John W. Holmes, Henry Kulber, B. That out the bright sal oa doth lok, Spring". Mies Bjrtie Collier is vhiting Tom Ilmlon, while suffering with de- s HI to, L M. Lasley, P.. U. Bronaugh, James Ami let me watch the bright lamp. Hath DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. Mi-Hudson in Lover Garrard. lirium Rice and M.J. Harris have associated ourselves Florence Aad )et we listen to tbe tplaih, tremens, cut his eide open with a together for tbe purpose of forming a corporation, Nico to take, true merit, unrqualed for Miss F.IUu Wearen, of Stanford, i the piece Chap. 5G of gla nud tore out hi left lung under the provisions of Kentucky, ol tbe Generaland Night UI tb ell spring that dilfx and drip), entitled Incor- i TORPID ..LIVER Weakness, bututesof tbe Mate of guwt of her cousin, Mm Mollie Johnston. with his fingers. He T csue and reel dry parcbtag lips wa3 in the Louisville porated Companies, Tbnnameot the corporation ' Sweats, fiorvous Scsual Decline. Leanness, Malaria. shall be Tbe Kentucky Heat Fender Co., and Its il.m) ivr but., 0 for SV00, nt DniSKts. WImoouM tot get tbe landlord's vliu, jail at the time UT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. principal place of business shall be in Crab Orch- EU.s, jersey mty, jn.j., u. civ. K.H. Or rootus sj seat aad trim, The capital of the Munter Bank of ard, Lincoln county, Ky , and tbe general n stare ;' of tbe business to be transacted by said corora- Managed by Jno. B. Fish Who would not leas the cttj'a glare, Dublin, IreUnd, wbio failed last Tuesday, Hon Is to manufacture nnd vent B. S. illtc's PatChas Blazst ha given bail and been Clothes Dryer. Heat the dus' and stifling air The sununted to $7,300,000, and the liabili- entLetters Fender Fruit and Patented August No. 13,1 Patent, '.'00,917. of Who would nut pirl wllhall his Health, turnui out of jail. 1ST3. Tbe amo into! capital stock authorized to j ties amounted to 53,7S0.000, according to To gala at Drlpp'ng hprlogi bis holtb be Issued lu the came ot tho corporation shall be Meadow arc all very light this ejisoaj the official etatement. nowalxtv thousand dollars. (!!0,0oC) divided InrCAT0!D. will not make orer half a crop of hay. one hundred dollars each. When tblr- Drlpplog Springs, Kt., July l.MU, lssl. Col. . P. Wilson, formerly General to sbaresof hundred dollars of the stock shall have! The trustees of the chool at this plice Passenger been subscribed and lully paid tip, the remaining ' Agent of the C, X. O. A T. P. Qfty-slthousand, one hundred dollars of tbe cap- - i Seme Reasons For a Nov Constitution. the services of an have railroad nystem, has been appointed Com- itai stocE snnu ue issuea at sucn time as ine Following are ten reasons why Kentucky Father Collahan, as a teacher for tho next Board of Directors of said corporation may auBuchu-Paib- a missioner of the Chicago, St. Louis and thorize by unanimous vote at never less than one needs n new Constitution. The .ucstion term. lirninrlcnlilo Cures of Catarrh of the hundred dollars per share. The said corporation Sksggs Crcsk had a good rain yester- Missouri Paeenger Association. Bladder, Inflammation, Irritation of Is to commence business Juno 2J, 1S35, and to conwill be voted for at the coming August and Bladder, Stono or Gravel Dis-tbe period of day. There was a good deal of hail fell Mr. Ben Ridgely, for many year the tinue In hiulness fordissolved by a vototwenty-fiv- omaeases of the Prostato (Hand, Dropsical election and ovcry voter should eee that ha of the years, unless sooner were torn up brightest light in locil journalism, Snvlllnirs, Female Diseases, Incontinblade bee jority ot the fully pild up capital stock. The is recorded 'for calling the Constitutional with the rain and corn ence of Urine, at Discuses of tho Gcnito-Crinashall be conducted and considerably. having hi light hid under tho managedsaid corporation Directors compond offive, wearied of Organs In either sex. For by a Board ol Convention:" or Unnatural Dlachargca uso Henry Mtgee, ex sierifl' of Laurel Commercial bushel, and accepted a clerk- and said Board of Directors shall be elected by 1. To plato some ravtriclion on the paralso "Chapln'B Injection Flour," each St. annually on tbe first Monday in stockholders For SYPHILIS, either contracted or Loucounty, ha announced him;elf a) n can- ship in the office of Collector Cox year, and until the first regular March doning power of the Governor. liTiVItary taint, uso Chapln's Constituelection of said Board of Directors, M. J. Harris, on the demo- isville Times. tion Bitter Syrup, S1.00 jer bottle, and R. H. Bronaugh, Henry Fulber, John W. Holmes 2. To prevent fo much local legislation. didate for the legislature Chnpin's Syphilitic Pills. S2.00; and Chaticket, lit will make a good memAt Stepstone, in Montgomery county, and h. M. Laslcy shall constitute and compose tho !l, To reduce the number of membars of cratic ndra Syphilitic Halve, $1.00. 0 bottles Board of Directors of said corporation. Tho officeia bynip. 2 of IMls, 1 Salve, by Express on ber if elected. Perry Otkley, town marshal, ehot and cf said corporation shall be a President, who shall the Ligielaturr. rvcMpt of SWA), or nt DruKrists. of Win- killed John Smith, bzcaure, a he alleged, act as manager, and a Secretary and Treasurer, Mifi Annie Jones and brother, i E. S. Wflm. Jen,ev City, N. J.. V.B.A. and said othcers ol said corporation shall be electI. To picvent the creation of any more chester, are visiting at Capt.Jack Adams'. he was following him, Newt. 0bum, a ed annually on tbe first Monday In March ot each pauper counties. year by the Board of Directors, and to hold their Higgin will return to her friend of Smith, fired at Oakley and was respective ottices until their successors are elected j. To o amenl the constitution that Mias Annie and qualified; and until tbe first regular election from n visit of bimelf mortally shot, expiricg in 45 min s said officers and until tho psrsoni elected shall that instrument csn be amended hereafter home at Kirkaville to day, bold the bnvei) ratified, R. Parie, at sr-'- . Hour Sxiib next appeared and he olH"e of President IfandBronaugh shall J. Harris by a vote of tho people without a con'titu-tiona- l several week to her sister, Mr. Manager; M place. M.J. Miller ii visiting in Osr was itiso killed. Afterward Oakley wis shall hold tbe office of Secretary and John W. this convention. Holmes shall of Treasurer of said filled nh buckshot by R McGuire. The corporation. hold tbe offlcsamo'int of Indebtedness 0. To revise the whole judiciary system rard county. The highest to which sj d rorporjtlon shall at anv time subscene inot far frooi Morehead and the batGen. J. A. Dickey, of Virginia, a cf the State, that legislation may be tnsde ject Itsell elitll he ten tbousaml ('ol'ar, and no K. C riilroiJ, who made tle h but an imitation of what has been Indebtedness thsll b Incurred except by tbo cheaper ami more prompt. ur.anlmcus vote of the Board of Directors. The many friend while working in thi county, going on there for month private propmy of the stockholders shall be ex 7. To get rid of those clauoa in the pre empt from a'l corporate debts and liabilities wa in town Saturday and 8unday list. nt constitution relating to slavery. In testimony whereof, wo hereunto f uuscrlhe our An agnostic is one who does not pretend names, His many friends hero were glad to see him this the 18th day of June, tSS5. Signed s. To place nil proper restriction upon P. H. BROKALOII, to know that which U beyond the range I.. M. LiSLkY, once more. He will probably put in ome Kick, John W. Holmes, town and counties going in debt. ciiic, of human knowledge, and who hsa the Hk.nry Fi'liikr, B. S. Hliu, bids on the C. O. R. & N. railroad when D To have all the State nnd countv elecM. J. Uarsii. courage to acknowledge bis ignorance. He is tions on the xame day and year to save a the remainder of the line let. doea not say "I believe" or "I deny," He nu great expense of two frequent elections. The racket raised by some of the papers says "I don't know," and usually adds, E 10. To revise our present unequal and of tho State about the informal nomina- "and I don't care." unjust revenue system. tion of Hon. Jas W. Tate for Treasurer, it, Only Line via THK REV. GEO. H. THAYER, of Bourbon While tho cost of holding a constitution seems to us, is uncalled for. Mr. Tate was fe owe our live "Both myself ani al conventicn would perhapa amount to for months the only announced candidate Ind.,eays: Consumption Cure-- wl For sale by Pen"WASHINGTON, to Shlloh'a $150,000, it would get rid of an unnecessaand when it seemed that nobody else want- ny A McAUster. Baltimore, Philadelphia and New ry annual expense now attached to the ed it, tbe Central Committee very wisely ITCH cured In SO minutes by Wolford's SaniYork City, State government of at least that amount decided to declare him the nominee of tbe tary Lotion. This never falls. Sold by Penny WITH Tuaouou At Washington, Judge Snell, in dispoa-in- party without going through the formalitv, A McAUster, Druggists, Stanford; also by M. C. A D. N. Williams, lit. Vernon. Ir. UlfstiV II ueMebtrrr Cordial li tb iS BnSlwa of a case growing out of threats made expense and nuisance of a State ConvenMm.!;Mcarlnf DUrrhua,DMaUrr(Crniai-ffeila- l ot a few epouters from -- Only Line via by union tallow against men, tion for the benefit alt bontl affections, sal rtitorUf ttt lltll. oa nEttlta What Will Surely Do It. dnlnit upon tht ijilem from tbs ttftcti of timiim, fcfev said: "This is a land of freedom, and for- Spoutersvllle, who are prospective candiOne's hair begins to fall out from many causes. Richmond, Old Point Comfort (Hrgeia ale by all dratsUti at 50 cent a bottle. eigners come here to enjoy American free- dates for other State offices in the future. Tbe Important question Is, what Is sure to make Hotel) and Newport Notts, TnTlor'a Cherokee It emeily ofSsreet CZus for a number of It grow lnagala? According to tbe testimony of and Mullein will cure Coughs, Croup and dom. They get a higher price for their Mr. Tate haa had the office thousands, Parker's Hair Balsam will do It. It In connection with Old DomlnUa 8teimihlpi to sumption. Price S3c. and t a bottle. labor than they over did before, aa the la- terms, no man objects to his qualifications quickly covers bald spots, restores tbe original colBoth for sae by Dr. M L. BOURNC. SUnfttst. bor statistics of other countries show. You or his fitness for the place, and it would be or when the hair Is gray or faded, eradicates canses the scalp to feel cool and well. It come here from Italy, Qermauy, Austria, difficult to get such a man who would be And Merchants and Miners Steamship Line to and every other country, and as aoon as willing or could give the large bond re is not dye. not greasy, highly perfumed, safe. SELF-CUR- E those who require a nice, reliaand do the work for the small sala- Never dlssppolnts you get here you join a labor union and quired ble drosilng. NHSb A, favorite prescription of one ol Uw propose to control the price of labor in this ry paid. Every democrat in Madison who Through Trains frcm Winchester, Ky,, to Tired and Languid Women, country. The people of the country are goes to the polls at the next August elecIn plalnaealedenvelopovc. Druggist can tUllb Richmond RegisHow many women thero areof whom these words KANAWHA FALLS, for Tate. not going to stand this. The time will tion will vote Address DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Ma. aro true.' "They feel languid and tired, hardly " WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS when persona in thia country ter. aoon come aMc to bear their weight on their feet, the bloom Judge Fox, the Prohibition candidate all cone from their checks, Irritable and cross And other Famous Ylmlnla Springs and Pleasure will be able to employ laborers aa cheap aa Resorts. they can and pay them in proportion to for State Treasurer, declares he Is a demo- without meaning to be. nerves all upset, worried laHunting, Fishing, Bathing and all kinds of rethe cpeech made with tho chllJren, trettcd over little tbingr, a crat; yet he has adopted their work without tbe interference of yet with no acute dis- creation lor the tourist. Invalid or sportsman. bor unions. The greatest nuisance we by Col. Morrow in tbe last Gubernatorial burden tu tbemsetvos and This line eases' Whit a pity Ills. But a few bottles of tains, on the runs through the Alleghany Mounbanks ol beautiful rivers and termi have in this country are these infernal canvass, and his principal stock in trade is Paiker'sToulc wllldrlve.alt tblsaway and relieve nates oa If tbe trouble) peculiar to tbelr sjx. unions, and tbe sooner we get rid of tbem nbu'e of democratic State Government. THE SEA SHORE. Observation Cars on Day Trains. Regular the better. These men are made tools of Judge Fox is a Prohibitionist, he should tickets good for stop-ovand all can be comn THIS 1UKA OF GOING WEST by the unions, and go to men confine himeelf to Prohibition issues. Still, bined without extra expense. For full Informahurts and many sorts of ails o to Colorado or New Mexico, for pure air to relieve tion, rates at Hotels, analysis of MdlilDalprIngt, under the pret. xt cf giving friendly advice. the Judge might as well proceed with his Pullman Sleeping Carapace, Tickets, Ac., call on man and beast need a cooling; reanonabloman or address They are cent an mennem ore Jim the same butting against the democratic wall. He Consumption, Is nil a mistake. Any woull me Dr. Bosanko's Coiijb ;iml Lungrup for W. B. McROBERTS, W. H. WHITTLK3EV, lotion. Mustang Liniment. as by the old kuklux mode " isn't hurting anybody, aad eeems to be Consumption lis ul Its first stnii. It nncr falls Ticket Ageut, Trav. Tauengcr Agt. Louisville, Ky. Stanford, Ky. Glasgow Times. having a sight of fun to gle relief in all caies of Coughs, ColJs, BronO, W. HMITH. II. W. VULIiKK. THAT HACKING COUGH can bo si quickly chitis, Pains In tho Chest nnd all aOVtlons tbat are Oen'l Pass'r AgH Gen'l Manager, on which your -Feev-- And black Kailer trips aleng The kltchea porch with .mil and song, We find a pom In her churn An eiienee In the collee urn; arsuuyar.o.uuog ,an rnuay evening., hanRed Philadelphia. rMsy aj8 ..!.., al Masonlieimer's Restaurant K FIRE INSURANCE. g PHILIPS, Cao&-panl- es 2-- t. fool-kill- I PRIVATELY. ujiMii KY. HEAT PENDER TOMIC, , (tlf bt, I st, x pMnQI Kid-ne- vs ry I , ofc-ac- i. mi unism .tianv LEB " g For the Pullman Cars. CORDIAL BOWELS. ta 1BSK FREE! ARELUBLE non-unio- dand-rutran- d nSTZEW" YORK, BOSTON. first-cla- ss All Sorts. of non-unio- ured by Shlloh's Cure. Wo guarantee It. ale by Penny A MoAllstor. For untie Picare exaimue tbe label censldtrrd primary to Consumption. Price, GO cents Is printed and remit us the amount you owe If and 31.01 &dd by McBoborts A Stags. you arelu arrears. Richmond. Vlrulnla. D.G. EDWARDS, Oen'l Western Passenger Agent. Cincinnati, O. bat we are sure it was h word wotthy of Judge Fox, who is cinvasalng the Stale the dignity and importance of the occasion, for Treasurer en a so called prohibition and in such power that even tho heart of ticket but whose candidacy is really in the Comflinty Nero relented, and he suffered his republican party which it Watching and Hastening tho interest of the ing of Christ. prisoner to abide unmolea.ed iu 'his own 21, 1885 his recognized by a tacit endorsement of July SiMforKy., hired house" for "two whole years." That him in the refusal to put out a candidate An Anniversary Long to be Eemembered, "hired house" fairly identified I saw in affects to believo that his elec of its own, the "Ghetto," or Jewish quarter yesterday; tion will cure every ill the State is heir to W. P. WALTON. ami with what reelings i stood in its narA I. WATS l'KAININU THE LORD. and put her on the grand road toprosperity. row atone doorway may be faintly imagIn concluding an amusing article on the "ritosrECT Point," Landour, X. India, ined, but I can not begin to describe. This The srrcchea of Judge Fox, coupled Judge's oratorical tour, the Courier-Journa- l June Oth, 1885. blessed anniversary will alwaya be associawlth that moet remarkable of all public savs: Judge r ox thinks it he is elected continued from last issue ted with the thrilling mamorici of the won documents the pronunciamento of the Treasurer we will have peace once more What a blessed consolation for the In- derful places I have touched with my Republican Executive Committee each in Rowan, Bell, and a few other prohibiand without specification charging tion counties in Eistern Kentucky. He firm and feeble; the busy housewives who hands and feet and devoured with my eager vtpielj are driven from morn till night with du- eyes and drank with heart of hearts, omethiog wrong in the fiscal administraThe asserts, wisely enough, "that nothing can ties that leavo no leisure nor opportunity scenes of this visit to the pertinent, give tion of the State, render it Palatine, signalpeace, permanent peace, but law exethough not necessary, to refer briefly to cuted without respect to person;" but he for anything but this. Be assured, our lov- ize in nil coming time the day on which the the amount and character of the State's fails to specify the section of the Constitu ing Jesus knew well that he should have LORD has since its first return led us to indebtedness, the resources with which to tion which authorizes the State Treasurer unnumbered followers sorely pressed with look for somethlne more and more remarkthe "cares of this life," with very brief able aa each ahnlversiry rolls by. meet it. tbo rate of public taxation and the to march Into a county and hang a murWe jiMffsed value of property in the State. derer whom the District Judge has bailed breathing space for anything but the con- read that portion of the last chapter of The addreu of the republican committee or the sheriff refuses to arrest. Wo do not sideration of the imperious questions, Acts that called up the scenes transacted rharges that the expenditures of the State believe there is any law which would justi "What shall we eat? What shall we drink? 1800 years ago, as we Blood on the lofty Wherewithal shall we be clothed?" Yet hare exceeded the receipts in spite of con. fy Fox in such a course, and we have failed battlement of the "Palace of tho Civiars" Increasing aisessments. The Audi- to find any law which would permit the none of them so engrossed but that they and the panorama was before our eyes as ntantlr havo abundant leisure to do the one thing, tor' reports are at variance with this as- Governor to undertake such a crusade. we read and looked upon tho very road value of the proper-t- j Judge Fox should cool off. This undue he has especially asked us all to do sertion. The assefftd where the little cavalcade of christians and with 1, 1885, we announce our third in the State for the fiscal year ending in excitement will counteract all the good ef 'Watch" "Look for and haste the coming Roman soldiers passed by. of God's dear day," of the "new heavens business in Stanford. Our trade has been far beJnne 1871 was $429,519,101. For 1879 it fect of exercise and freak air, lie may This site, drenched in historical associaand new earth," that shall supersede the was S34'5 037,875, or a reduction of tions, overlooks tho great "Forum," to the firmly believe that prohibition is a panaIn 1831 the assessment amounted cea for all our woes, but, by asking Judge old forever. The oldest, the youngest can left and that joins the Mnmmertine prison yond our expectations; a increase month do this. The feeblest, the silliest can at to 5377,838.512, or something near of Paul's confinement, and where he Finley about it, he will discover that all least do this. month. We take this opportunity of thanking you for less than in 1S71. When we doubtless suffered death at the hands of but one or two counties in Finlcy'n district To have tho honor of hastening the comof the State be that the population the headsman. The wondrous are prohibition counties, and yet it is the ing of Jcsuil in our various 0 it will outweigh a thou- lies to the right, an arrow's "Colosseum" your very liberal patronage and assure tween the year 18S1 and 1884 increased most lawless district in the State. We flight from sand shining acts of service, that men conseveral hundred thousands, and the proper- urge our brethren of the State press to treat where we stood, while the two mystic arch- branches our motto shall be Best Goods for the Least spire to hoifir us for doing. ty tulject to taxation, as estimated by the Judge Fox leniently. He is earnest and es of Septimus and Tihis are also In full I do not know how many more are needueeesments, baa so greatly diminished, it sincere, but perfectly harmless. He is not Again thanking you for favors, we hope to see view; the first In the corner of the Forum Money." simply marvellous that the state of tax- making any votes; he has corralled the re- ed to make up the number, before the com- and the latter right In front of the palace. is bined power of their longing shall draw all of old customers and many new ones in tho coming ation remains so low. Here, within a few hundred yards are conpublican vote or a part of St, and a few of Him from the skies. He comes only in taxation is only 52J The rate of public centrated the very chiefest of the amazing his followers will remain with him until Kespectfully, cent on the $100. Of this five cents is the clote of the polls, but the democratic obedience to a law of grace, that never relics, that make Rome the centre of a year. J the ore of the sinking fund, the o majority will be comfortably near 50,000 knows a shadow of a change. ruined past. A single one may turn the scale Of course I can only partially label a nice of which are set apart and applied cast for Tate, Cleveland and reform. One drop of water overflows the few of the wonders of Rome In this brief to the paj merit of the principal and inter-ea- t Ma hone tells hia followers in Virginia full cup, not because it ii & bigger drop, record. No fullness of description is inof the 8tate debt; 22J cents for common that the administration is conducting "a but because it is the last of all the drop tended or attempted. cbcol purpcees and the remaining 25 cents Oar visit to St. Peters was simply a stur revenue proper. Under this head are sneaking crusade against honorable men and that preceded it. And so the heavens wait isclnded the entire expense of the State, defenseless women." Mahoce is presumed upon the will of man, as surely as the pefaction. The vastness of the great caweb, for example, as paying the salaries of to be one of the honorable men referred to, earth upon the will of Uod; for the "day of thedral overwhelms and dazes. St. Paul's but a dirtier, more dishonest, designing or power" waits ever a ''willing people" all Fuorl Le Mura or outside the wall, huge all the Slate and district officers, the General Assembly, of chari- contemptible creature never lived. For along the line and there Is no decree, save as it is, seems to leave room for recovery, of the table and reform institutions, the cost and the sake of office and personal aggrandise- that based upon the "everlasting fitness of so that after a while one walked around adrepairs of public buildings, the pay of the ment, he has considered no methods too things" that was with God, long before the miring every thing in detail and it seemed quite the natural thing after inspecting the Stete troops in suppressing riota in republ- dishonorable to accomplish his enda and he heavens and earth existed. "Wisdom dwelling with prudence" was Interior to walk out of one of the side haa succeeded almost in destroying the fair ics! counties, and, in short, every expense which a sovereignty may lawfully incur, name rnd fame that formerly attached to possessed by the Lord in the beginning of chapels into a garden, fragrant with beds except the support of common schools. the Old Dominion. The coming election Hia way, before his works of old. Set up- of violets, where the old monks have had a Can any Slate in the Union show a more will however, we trust and believe, restore on from everlasting." Read the wonder- tasteful retreat for many centurier. But ejcoBomical administration than the State of her honored reputation and forever put a ful vii! of Proverbs. And so I am saved at St. Peter's, the one Item of Immensity, mark of condemnation on the dirty little whenever I come to Jesus. I may retard swallowed up all minor details and gave no 3estuckv? a renegade and the little creatures he haa or hasten that salvation at my evil or good opportunity to turn away from it to anyAa to the State debt, the following pleasure. It is always waiting for me to thing else. Worship, for once, was out of bought to do his bidding. may be relied on: take it. the question. We heard a chorus like an In IBM the Sinking Fund proper was......l7,6SS,3 Senator Blackburn says: "Civil serAnd I am sanctified when I take Jesus aa angelic strain, from the Pope's choir of To which mar t" added a war claim vice reform is a fraud. I am one of the my sanctifier. 1,063,859 I may retard or hasten that Eunoch'e, men and boys, but it was a sgalsit tbo U. S. Government ol seventeen democrats who voted against it, sanctificatlon nt my evil or gocd pleasure. something with which we seemed to have 9601 1852 ..Total and I have never seen the day I would not It is always waiting for me to take it. no connection. The exquisite music as it Set from thla total ahould be deducted The only civil service 6,S17,S0G vote for its repeal. - ............ the then Indebtedness And so the Bleseed Jesus waits patiently rose, swelled, subsided, loosing Itself in the dealer :n want ia to hunt out every bad re- day after day, the call ..gl,JH,3l6 reform I ...... of the church, bouadleeness of the building, seemed not Iijrvlng........... Hardware, Ilornc Shoes, Groceries, Saddles, publican office holder and remove him be- "Come It should however be borne in mind that cause he is bad. Then I want to remove derstandLORD Jesus come quickly."' I un- to lead the worship of the waiting people, Iron, Nails, QueeiiHwnre, Huggy Whips, better now, that scripture.fand its but to be a thing apart for them to listen to, while this war claim is charged in full, the every good republican because he ia a re IliiKKV WltcelH, Stoves, Cttue Mills, Harness, whole amount haa not vet been collected, publican, and there ia as capable a demo singular association of terms: "The king- yet not for them to join. The voices of the NpolccH, Grates, Cider Mills, I,ap Cover, ...! tli.t thrA rrmaina due the State from crat for the place, who is better because he dom and patience of Jesus Christ." He monks in a responsive chant, below, were ISIlllH, Stoneware, Corn Midlers, Collars, the TJ. 8. Government about $300,000. It is a demoerat." The Senator is a little is always waiting for our call, and will "of the earh earthly," in comparison. We watched, for long, the centre of atbonld be further remembered that in es wild on some propositions.but a very large come at the very earliest moment there is Oliver Chillsd, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Wooden and timating the resources of the sinking fund majority of his constituents will vote that fervency and unity enough to bring Him traction, where many hundreds came and Cait I'umpi, and tho Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roof-in- g ialB65, exclusive of the war debt, at hia head is exceedingly level on the above. down to the trysting place "in the air,' went, in front of the bronu statue of St. and Guttering will havo prompt attention. whence He will call ua up to meet Him. Peter, kissing the sacred right foot that 57,038.493, the stock of the State in turn'" ttclitnnev, Haietmtn J John JtrlaUtt Long after that, when poor tempest toss- has been in the course of ages literally kiss John Roach, Bill Chandler's ship buildpike roads and in many other public improvements, waa quoted at par, Now every er, hasjassigned for $122,000. The refusal ed souls, shall cry aloud out of the "great ed away, in part. The figure of the apos man of common observation knows that of the government to receive the Dolphin tribulation," the cry shall bring Htm quite tle in a sitting posture with right foot ad THE NEW GKOCERY AXD H.iltDWAICE HOUSE OF vanced. This has thus been mutilated in caused the to earth for their deliverance. tocka of this kind are fluctuating in value and other disappointments love, until two of the toes are quite gone. Some think that still later there shall and are rarely worth exceeding 50 per cent. break. This is one failure that can be diEach worshiper wipes the kissing place, nom inal value. In Isbo the au- rectly chareed to a chtnge in the National' come a wail from "toe lowest hell.' wita nanu or bscuitercnief, touches it with of their ditor estimated the value of the stock of administration. Had the republicans re freighted with a longing for rescue from the forehead reverently, then with lips, then forehead with and the State in varioua public improvements mained in power Koscn would nave con- "the devil and his angels' that shall pierce sometimes theagain: then the a bowmakes sign of cros. Let this sum therefore be tinued to build worthless ships at twice the skies and draw Him once more from way for some one else. Women lift at .$4,830,475. their deducted from the sinking fund of 1865, their value and they would have been re- thecce, to a lower depth still for the libera- little oner, and the children go through the tion of the lost. I can quite wish it might dumb show with awe struck sometimes WonU il.dly ikyourattatlon to thefict that they hare juit rt irofJ from the cltlr wlih a Urn tend we have left $2,808,018 to pay off an ceived and paid for without a word. lrH and well .elected Jtoek of CHOK E baso. I cm quite understand how His wondering, but always reverential looks. existing indebtedness at that time of which heart The Covington Commonwealth, Rich and poor meet together at this sacrd of love waits for the call that He which was largely created by an took the lead in rebuking shrine. the democratic must hear before He can stir. Bat whethadministration; yet all this CONTINHED NEXT ISSUE. committees for nominating Mr. Tate for er the cry can then come I know not. It iadebteduees haa been paid except the sum Treasurer, is satisfied that no such In endlcs rarlety, dainty In qualltjr anJ Mtl.fictory In prim; thl. we guarantor. Our alia ibat U action seems according to the symmetry of HUSTONYiLLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. at all time to lupply erery want In cur line. grace, of $174,000. be attempted again and now urges the will No one charges the editor with the Ja 1884 the financial condition of the party to stand by the nominee, adding: that it should until "all things" are restored I will not hinder it by disbelieving omissions in the fair catalogues. The SecState may be thus summarized: All democrat ought to vote for Tate, a it. But I cannot believe without the retary Is willing to swear that he gave it aa Con.litsof the Standard Branda ot Europe and America. Our Iarg line of Cooking SIotm InclndM 1708,510 .-. AaawtBsound and reliable democrat, againt Fox, u5V3M "word of God" and I wait to see that word it was given to him, and as the reporter theju.tly celebrated "Great Wntern llttent" and many other family tarorltfi. Our China, OUw Ttr"aTfimmtainirr"-Trand Quceniware itock comlitiln part of Table, Tea and Chamtor SU complete, UUMware richly ent who running as a prohibitionist, ia trying as yet. has run away the burden resta on bim. andetched. In the way of Bread, tufla we name Buckwheat Flour, the queen ol alt trlbw. Our m! - 523,116 to break Undemocratic party down. .AaeU over Liabilities The LORD give thee understanding in (The copy abowa that the catalogues are a brated Patent -- O. M." Flour, urlralled for cake and pa.try, while Hlce and Hominy, our own patrl-oti- c "We charge that there is not & state in product., arrayed ai faithful adJuncU. All thedellcacleiln Fortlgn and Domeallc Confectloei The architect and contrators for a court- all things, dear reader mine. Ever in Je- correct. J.) the union which can boast of a clearer house and jail are here. Tin, Btone, Wooden and Wlllowware, Electric Lamp., at Geo. O Barnes. Paso, Texas, made al- sus, The Fair is likely to present all the and a complete line of Clgan and Tobaccoa. Well, thlaii only a Stationery. Canned Meats and Frolu debt, nor a more honest recsrd, asmaller hint of what we bate. Bollerlng terations in the plans and specifications, Aother installment of the continental attractions usually connected with such an that we can make It to your Interc.t, we confidently ak an eiamlnatlon of our goo.li and your patron- .set of public officers. that saved the contractors $50,000, which tour: neipectlully, exhibition. Would It not be well, howev TAM.OIt JIHOTHKIIH. A tublication known aa the "Laws of were not discovered till the one had been Feb. 221, 1835 Oar aaoiversiry, so er, to adopt an Idea from the High Bridge Kentucky," has the following which meets completed and the other nearly so. The full of blessed memories of past mercies, solemnities and advertise half a dozen disour tnoat uanu&lified approbation: "Let affair was exposed, and now two of the pa- - is agiin upon ut; and this time it is surely tinguished divines, those having a national winter that the legislature pass a law this ties are locked up in the jail they them- a point in our itinerant lives to be remem- - reputation, who might be induced by a fee will give to judge or jarr the power to selves built. If this is not retributive jus- be red while those lives shall last of a few thousand dollars each to lend their .psniftb. by whipping, with from ten to tice we do not know what is. For to day we stood on the spot where influence to swell the crowd and Incretse fifty lashes upon the bare bice, nil perNo officer under the present adminis- the dear Apostle Paul gave his "first an- the gains of speculator!? sons convicted of petit larceny, wife beat-la- g, swer" to Geur; when even the faith of the Had a fino rain Sunday afternoon with DKALias aasault upon females, abuse of chil- tration is receiving higher enconiums for loved brethren, who came to salute him at hall and wind nttachmects. Have not dren, invalids, and other misdemeanors, hia excellent service than Controller M. J. the "Three Taverns; failed, eo that "no bjen able to strike a balance yet. One side Drugs, Books, Stationery and SStfg 2iS:S-2also for tramps, vagrants and hoodlums. Durham. He is emphatically the watchman atood with him," to hold up hia hands of the account stands. Cistern, wells, ranuy m uuioo. ..JWajr AVWftM out"-" SA Xfandreds of persons now, as soon as re- dog of the Treasury and la guarding it ponds and water courses replenished, earth with an eye single to right and justice. in the dread presence of the cruel Nero. leased from jail, commit crime to be No one who hat not been here can begin saturated with moisture, tobacco worms Physician.' prricrlptlon. accurately compounded. This piper could not contain in a single -- Alw Give such twenty lashes upon the to realize the scene. But once on the spot killed by the hail, and apples knocked a cat-- nine tails; they will issue half the good things that have been bars back with the dullest heart can be atirred, so easily uuwn ior mo oeneni 01 tne cnuaren: per not be apt to come back for any more soon. said about him by the preea and public doea the atmosphere of the place take pos- contra: fences demolished, fruit trees dis men. s, We will need fewer j ills, prisons and imagination and heart. membered, corn fields prostrated, tender Tho Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, Unless the republicans are conducting session of the but more schools and churches. Since the moment ay that I looked up- vegetables torn to tatters, flowerbeds Jewelry and Silverware Our wiree nnd daughters will be more se- a still hunt and preparing to spring a can'' from the height of the ravaged, while the atmosphere, which waa on the Ercr bought to this market Price Lower than cure in their person; society wili be benefi- didate for the Senate oa the eve of the elecPalatine Hill, I have hi 1 before me a lit- scorching on Saturday, is, in its humid the Loudt. Watchci, Clock, and Jewelry Ho- ted; the moral of the public improved, tax- tion, as they have been known to do in paired on abort notleo and Warranted. the cause of education times agone, Maj. Ferdinand D. Bigney tle dust covered bind of thi Fr.nsrN chil- state, simply boiling on Monday. es will be reduced; dren, and one in their midst, with chains I trust, Mr. Editor, you will withdraw uad religion will tike the place of crime, will be returned to the Senate by a unani upon hia limb), With them I see an es from the unholy alliance with the Timta and old Kentucky will be redeemed from mous vote, a compliment which he and hia cort of Roman soldier-- , all are making and others in tho crusade against my old the curw that now blights the horizon of friends will appreciate most heartily. their way towards the Mimmerline prion, friend, Col. Allen, of Farmdale. The Col. her bright and hppy future. Mk W. O. Thomas, a good writer and near the corner of the great Forum. There is an earnest advocate for a better system of a. clever gentleman, has retired from the our fettered prisoner Is lost to Bight, and euucation in tne utaie. Tniajpaper has not "hoisted" the n a Xne newspapers of the democratic nominees, not because it Sjmerset RtpulUain, leaving Mr. A. A. hia brethren turn away to go to their generally approve the enterprise, and they Lswia sole editor. Mr. Thomas waa not of homes with sad misgivings as to his probi-b- 'e ard the power to pull them through. Then doea not intend to support them, but AND we have become disuited with that the rabid sort, but urged his opinions In fite Then I could aeo him coming up give tho Col. a lively support, the benefit e Borne papers to save decent arguments that betokened hln innate the windlnj stair from the covered passage of your counsel if you ptewe, fair criticism ! kiad of bnsineM honesty. eettlng run a long list of that much connecting prison and palace, to stand be- when he is wrong, but manly backing when A Full nntl complcto assortment of Furniture, emliracluK evB P SlIILLUiEli. known as Mrs. Part- - fore the hsirtleis names n year sometimes before the election, tfrin whohild hia life he is right. Further, I wish to say to you erything from tho Cheapest to Ington, wants the at CneJseu, In the Flit'cat (Suites. No And I could live over the in strictest confidence, that the Col. is just but our space la limited and we have me Mars. lie is 70 yeaia old and a confirmed his band go to the Itirpjo cities to nmke your pnrc'Imses, no mutter tor it all. We ebnll do wbat is in our pow- rieucna'ic, a visitation, no doubt, for his scene uareoorded in scripture stve by the now embarked on the perilous and perplex- ncctl to you want, as I can ami will duplicate "notwithstanding the LORD stood with me ing voyage that tends to matrimony, and what quantity or quality er nil the same for James W. Tate for Stale miserable efforts at wit. any prices yon can obtain otaowhere, freight helnj; added. Alse and for Maj. F. D. Rlgney, for I was deliy is therefore entitled to the warmest sympa and Treasurer Hon. R. P. Flower is a candidate for and strengtheJed me, Senator, by voting for them and uralng all the democratic nomination lor Governor e red out of the mouth of the Hon." Wha thy of all who have ever experieneed this n full assortment of Collins, Cases, Shrouds and ICobcs, embrao-lii- B all tho New Styles, both cheap and expensive, lVaro roomti of New York distracting navigation. demosraU to do likewise. he iaid before the Enperor we are not told opposite Nt. Asaph Hotel, Swi-aatddfilnteiorlonnwl GEO. 0. BARNES. To Our Friends & Patrons: July beginning year's 6. gradual $52,-O00.0- after con-eid- er that "The (4 -- re-b- to-da- BRIGHT CURRAN. -- es .....-.....- - W. H HIGGINS, ' TAYLOR BROS. KEUSTOlNrVIILiLE, FAMILY GROCERIES aatj-desnocr-atic OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY --- 1 X 9manr WMUint PHARMACISTS, 1M-- ) o JEWELERS- work-honae- to-d- "tm-sfjera- Bi wSiMfisHi) Parlor tj3 UNDERTAKER, Dealer in ITiii'iiitni-- post-offic- e i Stanford, liy. r jW-ffilceklfilntm- or H'. hi SrEAKiHd.-Fonttt- lno Fox Bobbitt will LAND. STOCK AND CROP speak at Milledgevllle, Friday July 21 -- Grasaand Brier Scythes. T. R.Walton. and at Hiistonville the 25, each day at 1 J. II Hocker sold to J. W. Hayden a Stanford, Ky July 21, 1885 o'clock. bay mare for $150. ..II. !! was The rain of Sunday accompanied by Fon Sale. 18 2 year-ol- d mules. For a heavy wind in the West End of this particulars addreess A. D. l. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Root,Stanford.4t, Mall train going North- The fall races of the Kentucky Asso"90 r. u. county, which blew down trees, fences and Bouth.. l 40 r. ii. a great deal of corn. ciation will open at Lexington Septem. . t H Hxpretstraln" Boutn . m m- iit ' Worn .. . 2 0 A, M, Bikd Cakteii, white, was lodged In jail ber 14 The kwore li calculated on standard time, tjolar Saturday night charged with shooting Capt. Henry, of Woodford, ba sold lime I about 20 uilnutea faster Collier's clock to smithereens. Yes- more than COO gallons of raspberries this terday he waived examination and was al- season from one acre of ground. I0CU NOTICES. C. M. Jones sold to Tom Wooda 36 lowed bail in $100 to the Circuit Court. Buy your echool booki from Penny ft head good feeding cattle for October deMoAlIilcr. Business Every day brings addition-a- l livery at 5 cants. He also sold him an Watoiies and Jewelry repaired on ahort hope to thoie who desire the building of aged mule for $120, notice and warranted by Penny A McAHa-tr- . the Chesapeake A Nashville R. R , but the Old Aunt Peggy Treadway, who lives Buv the Ilaaa Hog Kemedy, the origi- following dispatch received nt this office in Owsley, is twice six, twice seven, twice nal and only genuine, from Penny AMoAl-titeyesterday looks mors like business than twenty and eleven years of age and this anything yet. A co.MM.ETE Ftock of Jewelry, latest year she raised a garden by her own labor Gallatin, Tenn., July 20th. J. C. worth at least atyle. Kockford watchei n atieclaltr. Pen-n- y EnterRodemtr, of this place, has been awarded ft McAIUter. prise. FAnMEHf, Bead Tuts. Go to Dr. M. the contract for the graduation and masonCounty fairs will be held at Klrksvllle L. Bourne's drug More and get one package ry from here to Scottsville, Ky., and will on July 2125, Huitonyille, July 29 31; of Bam A. Clark' Hor Kemedy. If you begin work at once. W. II. SruADLiN. are not eatlefied after unlng it your money Danville, August 1 7; Sharpsburg, August wiH be refunded. Dead Joe Jones, who was shot by Bob 1 7; Richmond, August 11 14; Lawrence-burg- , August IS 21; Columbia 13 21; Cbappell at Lutherheim on the 11th, died PERSONAL. Lexington, August August 25-2Friday afternoon from the effects of his P. A. Mandeiiacii is up after a Feme wounds. Birdstown, September 1 1; Paris, man lie was a large, pell. Maysville, September 10 19; and as marshal of Crab Orchard made him- September Mu. J. B Paxto.v Is back from Drip. self a terror to many of the law breakers. Hopklnsville, October pinR Spring!. Horse Norrs Twelve of the thirteen His fondness for whisky, which usually Mita Mahy V. Bowman haa gone to made him want to shoot or fight somebody, great stakes at the recent Chicago running Mercer to ce after her farm. brought him to bis death, while otherwise meeting were won by grandsons and grandSenatoii James B. Beck and wife he might have made a useful man. Chap-pe- ll daughters of Lexington. Those who cried are Rueata at Crab Orchard Spring!. gave himself up Friday and went to down the sons and grandsons of Lexington Mk. and Mks. John Bhown of Car jail, but he was subsequently allowed to as sires can put their satisfaction In a thimHale, are guesti of Mr. T. D. Newland. give bail on favorable reports of the con- ble deriyed from the performances of the Mies Ida May Scott, of Denton, dition of Jones coming to the knowledge of get of Grinstead, Norfolk, Wardance and Texai, ia Tiitting at Col. Jm. M. BearleyV. the court, The trial is fixed for next Pat Malloy this season. E, J. Baldwin has Mibseij Mildued Lzwii and Fannis offered Isaac Murphey, E. Carrigan'a jockThursday. Hill have gone to Parkarille to riilt rela. ey, $5,000 for the next year to ride for him. We have received from the Rev. J. E. tirea. Sam Bryant, of Louisville, haa bought Miss Mamie Chenault went with Trlplett a lengthy atatement of hia aide of Mocking Bird, by imp. Brigadier, dam by her uncle, John 8. Hughe, to Rock Cm-ti- e the case in the child whipping affair, which Elgee for $500. James Murphey Is now Spring, Friday, to remain a couple of doea not materially differ from that made training for E. Corrigan, and has taken hie by Mr. Young. He takes issue however week. stable to Saratoga. Mimes Walton Hendeiwon, of Jer in regard to the meeting.of the fifteen parCRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. majority of them have ey City, X. J , Maggie Dayia and Lucy sons and saya a Miss Jennie Buchanan sold to Took and Sallle Moore, of Parif, are gucita of told him that their object was to allay the engendered by the matter and Hubble a yoke of oxen that weighed 35- ,Mr. G. C Cilrrna. Jos. Chenaclt, Esq., Caihler of the restore peace in the community and not to 000 lbs. at 1 cents per lb. of the white lot FIrat National Bank of Fort Scott, Kana, "denounce the J. Ottenheimer bought a unprotected child," for many of them were of Miss Jennie Buchanan, opposite C. O. with hi wife pawed up to Bock Cutis satisfied that no such treatment had oc- 8prings, at $150 per acre. Mr. Ottenheim Spring yesterday. Joikie William Fi.vley, managing curred. Tbia seems the only point to the er will build a handsome summer residence document, except that upon the lot. editor of the Iouitrille l'ol, and Dan K long and he closea with the statement that "Mr. J. W. James bought of Jack Davis a O'Sulllran, who haa the aame poiition on work horse for $115. R. B. the Comma-eutIare recuperating at Rock Young knows full well that if he had any tangible property worthy of consideraWard bought of R II Bronaugh 23 fat Caatle Spring. Ex Senatoii J. H. Urtccr, who ia very tion In hia own name, he would never have sheep at 3 cents and of Jack Davis 25 lambs ill of Bright' Dlaf, win remored from acted In the matter aa he haa done." The at 3 cents. The cat crop which is now being Dripping Sprioga to hia home Saturday whole document la calculated to Increase in the threshed is in excellent condition and far Instead of diminish the night, and at ImI account was lying Hi phyniciana ray there ia no neighborhood and we therefore decline to above an average one. The rye crop is publish it even If we had the space to above an average as to quality and a fair hope for hi recorery. Mk Joe Levy arrlred with hi bride, spare. We wipe our hands of the whole average as to quantity. The potato crop whowaMlM Kana Klu, fitter of Mr. D. matter and will not refer or allow it to be both as to quantity and quality is the finest Klaw, Friday and haa taken jootni a the rtf erred to again in thee columns unless ever known in this country. "TbeKv. Heat Fender Co." have reSt Aiph Mr. Lery ha purchaed an in case of new development. ceived a large shipment of their fender Interest in the (tore and the firm will here DEATHS. at their headquarters in at Crab Orchard, after be D Klam .1 Co. Winchester yesterday Mr. and are busy putting them up in the neighDied at LOCAL MATTERS. John Mersbon, formerly of this place and borhood, seveial go to Stanford. All they IKMukcle your dog or he die. See proc- father of Mr. J. B. Merahon. The re- have on hands are engaged, and they have mains arrived by the train last night and ordered another lot by telegram. lamation. Oar unusually healthy village witneis-e- d will be interred In the burying I'lkake call and fettle July account. the rare and sad sight of two burials in ground at the old Merahon place. Warren AMetcalf. The death of Mr. Abram F. Smith, the town last Saturday. Joe Jones, who Fok Rejow-- desirable ofBea in Lw which occurred "t Crab Orchard, Friday, was shot by Chappel at the German picnic yer'a Raw, on Lincaate r street. W. P. Wal-to- night, removes from earth a quiet, unos- last Saturday week, died at the residence tentatious, christian gentleman, of many of Dan Anderson last Friday afternoon at - a Sadleii'8 cradles, mowing blade, &c, a excellent characteristics. He was about G5 5 o'clock from the effect of his wounds, Bright A Curran'. years of age, a great portion of which time lntlamation of the brain set in some two days before his death and he lay in alJuffT In. family flour. Special he was an active member of the Baptist church. He leaves a wife, but no children most constant stupor during that time. dircount in quantity. Bright A Curran. His remains were brought to town and int3 mourn hia loss. Pl.rueE call and settle your account for tend in the cemetery at 11 o'clock A. M RELIGIOUS. 1834 with J. W. Wallace. He needa mon-e- j. Saturday. Abraham F. Smith, an old cit-- Rjv. F.S. Pollltte will preach at the izen of this place, died at his residence on B. K. Weaken haa employed a firt school-hous- e near Hale's well next Sunday Stanford street Friday night at 12 o'clock M. He had been on the decline for two claM upholsterer and those needing hia serat 3 o'clock. -- Revs. R. R. Nccl and C. C. Green will years and suffered from enlargement of the vice should apply at once aa hia engagement is only for a short lime. begin a series of meetings at Logan's Creek liver and other complaints. The funeral . was preached at the Btptist cburcb, of Sunday. Tuat head that Al. Camden carries church next S. Pollitte and H. C. Morrison which he was a leading member, Saturday -- Revs.F. around with him was put on by a fall Into will begin a protracted meeting at Bright at 5 o'clock r. M., by the Bav. John L. a cattle-guard- , according to his statement, Smith, after which the remain were laid Siturday night, Aug. 6th, bat othera testify that Boee Hamilton did Thirty-eigh- t young ladies took the to rest In the old church yard. He died it with hia little fist. vow of poverty, chastity and obedience without children and his lonely widow has PiCNIC.-C- ol. D.G. Slaughter adrertlsie for a period of seven years at the Convent the sympathy of all their acquaintances In her sad ifilictlon. another grand picnic for August at of the Sisters of the Notre Dame, near Dripping Springs, to be heralded by a ran Md. ROCK CASTLE SPRINGS. -- Eld Joseph Billou will preach at the onade ilute fro-- the top of the Mououiu Dinner will bo prepared for 500 persons. Christian church here next Sunday mornEverything Is just lovely here aad eving and evening. Eld. John Bell Gibson erybody is enjoying himself to the fullest Ererbody la invited. II. Ill Fhiday, Saturday and Sunday were op will preach for Fairview church in Gar- extent. The guests number over 200 now, preaaively hot. The mercury registered rard same day and hours. and a jollier or moro sociable crowd was The Rev. Geo. O. Barnes, the Kentucky never assembled. Iteeems that each per0S in the middle of the days and those who were forced to remain in hot offices got Evangelist, has been called by the Lord eo son makes It hia duty to help everybody a taste of what the wicked may expect in much that he Is now nearer heaven than elte have a good time. Although quite A nice rain of half he ever was on top the Himalaya Moun- warm, It Is cooler by several degrees than fio torrid Newport Journal, hour's duration fell Sunday afternoon, tains, India, an it is most anywhere In Kentucky, and that The Louisville Democrat saya that alone Is enough to make a person feel good. noting the air and reviving vegltation, John E Patrick, who was converted aix On Saturday night a fancy dress ball waa which had begun to need it very badly. years ago at a meeting held by Rev. George given, and It was Indeed a funny sight to As van as we hnve been able to discove O. Barnes at Jackson, Breathitt county, and see some of the fancy costumes worn by the br conversing with leading republicans, vSio waa then a wild and drunken man, participants. Eipecially waa it amusing they are much divided en the question of has become an evangelUtof much promise to see Dan E O'Sulllvan, diked up as a putting out a candidate for the Legislature Rev. J. M. Evans has returned home fair maiden. The only fault to be found and an interesting time is expected at their after having held successful meetings at of hi costume was that hia dreBa was not convention, which is called for nextThura-daBloomfield and Elizabetbtown, at which long enough to hide his rather big feet and at 2 o'clock. We have heard it said there were 100 confessions. The churches smaller upper extremities. Of course the that George Gentry haa Legislative ambi- at the two places contributed S 150 to the ladies were the only ones that noticed this. tions and be may prove a etumb'ing block sperial Evangelistic work in Kentucky. Tho other most amuslug characters were in the way of a nomination. Maysville Bulletin. DocCirpenter, C. U. Carson, and Dan GarRev. Dr. Samuel Iremuia Prime, edi- rard, and many others, which will take too Wk regret to observe a disposition on the part of some democrats to unite with the tor of the New York Oienr, died Satuf-da- y much space to mention. at Manchester, Vt., of paralysis, aged republicans for the election of a man to A rather peculiar fact it that there are 20 73 He had traveled in every quarter of persons here by the name of Jefferson, a the Legitlature. There ia nothing to be giined by such an alliance ae far aa we can-se- the globe and his letters signed with hia pretty well represented family. By the but ihe'grutification of n deiire to beat middle name, have been read with inter- way let me thank the people here for tie Bobbitt at all hazuds, and we warn demo- est for nearly fifty years. nico mentions they have made of the Stanagainst a step, which is sure to recrats High Bridge Camp Meeting opened ford Gold A Silver Band. We fully act to their disadvantage in the future. X? with a email attendance. Camp Meetings it, kind friends, and wherever we one deploreB more than we thn state of af- an of late conducted In Kentucky appear are we will never forget the tlndnesa re fairs which gives Mr. Babbitt the track so to be run for private gain, with a sort of ceived at the hands of the Rock Castle far as democratic opposition Is concerned, nominal cintrol by church authorities, gueata. We are glad that we have Rdded but since he has It and the republicans Star preachers are engaged at star colors to your pleasure and it gave us greater satshould decide to content it with him, it h ara for theatrical pjrfortnancM. Sunday isfaction to do si when we knew that you their tight and not ours and we shall take is the big pay day. The star for tho High aDiireciited it. To Msr. Campbell and as little interest in it as the woman did Bridge meetings this year is Sam Jones, a A Hujhea we expre-- s o'ir heartiest thank when her husband and the bear joined in Tinnewee preacher whosijs odd things in ond will shj in behalf of 'hem that, if w ' a rough and vu'gar Kay. deadlier, counter. knov auytniriR abcut it, we think that thi7 $onnta m Cy-re- nia r. Sbel-byvill- e, fully understand the busines, and to Mrs. Campbell and Mrs. Hughes the Band boys return their sincere! thanks for the many kindnesses they have shown them and tjr the special pains they have taken in seeing that each one of our boya enjoyed himself to the fullest extent. They introduced us to every one of the young lady gueststhe first day, the fascinations of whom some of the boys could not resist and ate consequently badly "struck." E. C. Walton, B. M. P. 8. A Louisville dude was spreading it on too thick according to the opinion of the Band boys and they tried on him the old game of getting up a "sham fight" Pistols were drawn in the room where this "dude" was and the Maud S. time he made in a run of about a half mile ehowed that he could not stand the smell of powder E C W The British Bible Society Issued a New Testament at two cents a copy. In nine months 1)50,000 have been sold. A New York bookseller states that Miss Cleveland will realize, fully $10,000 out of the sale of her book. well-know- n SKMD FOIl A CATALOGIK Of Garrard Female College, ('n' layette Hewett, Slate Auditor. Frankfort ky Col. It D Al'en.Supt. ky Military j Inatl-tu- REFKRENCEa We refer by permlsa'an to tho following gentlemen Ilia Ex o.jenty, J. Proctor Knott, uovernor ot Kentucky, Fankfort, Kt.i te -- LANCASTER, KY. S; g 25-3- .NKU 0; ADVEUTISESESTh. Administrators Notice. The belre of Peggy McPtierioa, deed., are notified to call on tee for tbelr distributive ibare ol bcr estate. Larger Corps ol Instructors than any Female Col lege In tho btate. Uulldlngs new and appointment uneicel'ed. Terasreronable. Next aewlon commences August ttst, 1883. For further Information, address MOItRia EVANi, I). V., Pm't, and President Ky Tea -r Association, laiiDUale, Kr Col J. W. Tate otate Treasurer, fnkfort,Ky., Pro! J Desha PIrkett, 8upt. ot Public Instruction of Kentucky, Frankfort, Ky.: fior Luke P Blackburn, LcmsWIIj, Ky.; Gov James H. McCrenry Ictc'imond Ky Oen'l II King White, Piue liiutl Ark , fcv. ft. H. Kav. uaush, State thaj. aln, I rankf n, Ky. (3l-2- July ?r. 31. 17, 1835. (10 41) WJ I) Ell A It. Aduir. PROCLAMATION. By v.rtue of the power TetleJ In mo by the charter of the city of Minford, I hereby proclaim that all dogtieco witbln thn corporato limits of the city alter July 21t, US5 without muiiles iball bo killed. The presence of mad dogs in toe community neceultf tea this proclamation. THIS CHEAP GROCER July 20th, 1855. ip.t. davgherttm Mayor, City cf Stanford. T. R. WALTON, -- DEALER I- N- CENTBE COXalj&E, DANVILLE, KY. d institution will open AVedoeiday September 2 OTer 900 Alumni. Full Faculty and two full courses ol study. Literary and ixitntiftr. Tuition $10, and contingent lee IS per annum Fre tuition to ions of mlnlittrs and students of limited means. Furnished rooms, rent free, and cheap board in College Uomn to worthy applicants. Society refined and moral. Mo saloons Bend for catalogue. (10 st) O. BEATTY, LL. D , Pres't. Tbi next teuton of thisoM, two-acr- e At the urgent rcjuest of many friends (73 P. t. SIMPSON, H , hereby announces himself a candidate for the Legislature from Lincoln county on a Prohibition Platform. And Almost Any Other Article Pension Claims Prosecuted in the Grocery Line You WITHOUT FEE May Call For. Vnlcts surcesslul. Twenty yeara experience. Apply to 3111A 11. STF.YF.7iH A CO. OFFICE- -, Washington, D.C., Clereland, O., Detroit, Mich., Chicago, III. IN ADDITION TO (1ROCEP.IES AND PROVISIONS, HE KEEPS WRIT OF ELECTON. ON MONDAY, AUG. Urtl, 1SS5, Elections will be held in Lincoln county as Indicated below to fill the Tacsncles mentioned: Iu the several Totlnc precincts of the county, to nil a Taaincy In the ottu ol County Judge, and In HuttontlUe. Turnersrllle, Walnut Flat, Crab Orchard and WaycesburgclTildlitilcts, respectively to fill a vacincy in the office of conitabU In each of said dlitrlcta J. .V. MEXEFKF, Sheriff Lincoln County. Tin-- , Glass- - and Queensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- y TIIORNDALE BOY! Car-loa- d Four years old. Is registered No. 11176 In the A. J. C. C. Book, will serve cows at His site la g. e. . s. St. Thorndale 2d; k g. a. Bailors Martin, Imp., No. U62 and dim is Julia Ingleslde No. 11172; g.d. Betty iDgleslde. No. 8111; Nora, Imp., !"--, Kattnka 5 .'09; Silver Uaron 1274; Louise St b, 2308; Victoria, Imp., 223; Louise, Imp., 758. 27-- tf Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. J. G. CAIIPEXTEII. Stanford, Ey. A Desirable larm Containing about 100 Acres of Good Land, Nearly all in cultivation, situated on the Stanford and Lancas er turnpike road, about 2 miles from Lancaster, Ky. well Improved. Will be sold privately. Any oae in need ot such a Farm cn get the particulars by calling on J. Potter on the place or addreirlng the undersigned at Gilberts ."reek 'Lincoln county, Ey. Com Canned Goods from the Best Canneries of the Country. F. lIOLTZCLAjr, JOirXAganttorE. II. bmlth's Heirs CENTRAL KY. PAIR & lt n, -- AT DAN VJXLE- ,- AUGUST 4, 5, 6 Competition Open to All. No Entrance Fee. Premiums Paid in Fall. Everybody Invited. Excursion Trains ana Rates. For Bargains, There Is No Place Like the Corner of Main and Somerset Sts. WHOIiXSSAIjiXS 7. M PRICES ! Reduced J'retilitent. 89-- J. 31. 31EYER, Becretavu. If. Jr. ZiVLE, PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSIC, Ae We are agents for the old and reliable Jobn Church Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio, for the sale of Pianos, Organs, Automatic Musical Inttrumanta and in Lincoln and (iarrard Musical Merchandise counties, Kentucky. Jlanthtu Vnutneuta received until paid for. The bent HtaiularU nuikeVH' Wm KnaboA Co, Uazelton Bros., Decker A Son, Everett and New England Pianos, either uprlfht or fiture. In Organs, the tollow-le- g makers: Clough A Warren, John Church AC, and the Sterling, with th patent n m Over 40 Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagons, Over 0 Far in Wagons and many otlaet' Ciooln to be RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES. Too Many Goods on Hands; Trado is Dull and Thoy Must Bo Sold. The Ci'lfstvon, an Autouitlc Musical Instrument, toe most iH'rftct In the world. Illustrated catalogues sent treo to all who apply, also the best references from those who haie bought and tried any of the above musical instruments. Address us at Stanford, Ky. 37-l- Lhlnif JlellH Attachment. GEO. D. YVEAKEX, aiunuiucturerej' ArcuU .V. It. A . J. COOK. LOGS WANTED. I will pay tho highest price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and "The Bourne from which no Traveler Returns Sick." CATECHISMS FOR OLD CHILDREN. Goods, fcpct;Kla, Article, Slnw-csiallied Dr. Brown Who Is the oMcst man Who is tho wisest wan? Col. Foun'aln Box Pilnts, fctationery, Toilet ArtioUs, Itoka, Mitt. Ac , Jtc, Ac. FobV.tt. Who Is the luckiest man? Scott M. Ja,s, (hit Who la the nandsomest man ? Dr. Ed. Estcs. What thrco couples are going to marry next wife has triplets.) Who is the eharpest person " Tin om wLt. dealt week? This Is a secret, but Dr. iio'trno will tell with yours truly, till the cows eon. bow. you, Who deal with Dr. Bourne? All who want Al. la. JStUJICNE, gooJ goods and cheap prices. Who is Ben S. Swape'i aweetbeait ? Ask Luelen AT THE NEW DRUG STOIH3, Lasley. ; WhatdwaDr. Bwtma keen? He doesn't STANFORD, KY. anything; he selU ell kinds of .Medicines, Fancy o e, Hickory Logs delivered at any station of the L. & N., K. R. O. or O. S. R. v J. OTTENHEIMER, Crab Orohard, Ky. emi'JgjmQ.a, $,mi-31edi- hi vmnxuamMitMkXr.mjiuuMKni s.tw viik'i-- i 11 j iumsnncrwcisn)ttTwssa mm BUCKWHEAT s ntcrioroiiriral THE CAPITAL TRANSFORMED. Artistic CAKSS IN SUMMER. The drain first 1'oIIsIiimI, Then Sliuclmil, llouuty of WiMlilnRton ml thou Crounil Into l'lour. Taste. Proparod to rurnish any kind of Lumber Xenr York Sun.1 H yt1aWWPKLf a TS!frirLi. Hnrper'x Mjnilne.J CHRONOMETERS. Hour Whllo n down-towmerchant In tho rough. 1'oiUof all kinds, "lilugle. cut, The transformation lxgu with the almost .yff LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE lia)ffl buckrawed and shaved. Alto Aceuti for the IMnvlllo magical appsrancs of long stretches of watched an employo load a truck with I'lanlng Mills. AN OLD SALT WATER SAILOR CHATS ooucrtta lavoniout. lined on each sldo with wheat flcur, the other day, be salds "You tr THE OKEAT would hardly expect to see such u largo sale luitotiTM vrntiAX. one and frvqutntly two rows of tree. On ABOUT THEM. rt of buokwhent as that at this tlino of tho either side of nearly evory street and n veyear, would you! Tha fact Is tho uso of il cm there was left of the highway from ten T1k JIBSV tlio Ocean Xnvlgntur THkea Caio of to thirty feet which might be used by the buckwheat is Increasing. .1 trrs'jcs ihi. as a lawn, or pUnted with here serve buckwheat cakes the yenrarouud, Ills Chronometer r.lfo or Dentil in it though it ttrlkes n countrymnu ns rather llovrers cr h rubbery, but never built upon. This health-glvln- e Sunnier Heurt will under Second Ifilbot of Toinper- my iiianag.ment thl. wasnii, and as It Is entirely The streets croseed cnh other at right odd to see buckwheats fu warm weather. The increase I use of this Hour is due to the ntssre refitted hiiJ refunil.hed, 1 can protnlm tuy psiroi s "Kntc" angles. Tbo avenues cut through the streets comfort a. well a. luwltli. Hoard, fs per wnk, nt a different angle, and at tho Intersections great improvements In Its manufacture iermeal.SO ceeU. Use of double eottaKi (7 er within tho hst threa or four years. In every part of the city made blU of triweek. Will have a cenveyanri at the depot Pi Chicago Herald Interview.) 'When I was 11 boy the strnw with the meet eueiigeri angles and lots which could not "I noticed Ue other day," remarked an grain in tho bead was pil.nl on the lwru A. A. sroos.i.voiti:. altl pfllt water Milor, who now live) on Koi-jt- k fail to rousa tbo most obtuj architect to a floor and pounded 11 fail. The straw-wa- s street, "that you had eoinethltig in the reJtliiation ot the opportunities afforded for then forked olT nnd the grain swept Into Where pajwr about chronoraetrs. Now, I happen unlrpio forms nnd unusual display. pile. When tlw wind was blowing briskly to have had tome experlenoe lu the um of these MreoU and avenuoi Intersect most the grain was thrown into the air with Without Changeandwllh SpeedJJnrlyaTec People see them in the jv-olor'- s numerously there are miniature parks, tri shovels, so that the chafT c uld bo blown chrottomoterc. I will deliver ! to regular customer In Stanford angular, Jiiulti.tuguUir, or circular, llowored, window, compare their watches and SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE nway, and then tha grain was ground beand vicinity every morJluf at Tow stop to think of the relation! shrubberled, and stituod, from which tho tween tbo 3Si. rROU U'tlJMLLC TJ TIH tied milestones. The houses hemming the wldo diverging s treats ONEIICENT PER POUND they bold to lifo and property on the ocean. bran was separated from tho nioal by siftmay bo soen for a long distance. Time was when ships were guided to differ Acoouot. duo at the close of each month, or sieve. The first reipilreil to when customer iult. From Dupjnt Circle, for example, no less ing with n 4. That all Amjmom are litrebr out parU of tbo world without them, but at improvement was made wium 11 silk bolting-ree- l enroll. In a column which etch ntjall In lite f 11. k. jiAiinou: a frightful Mcrifica of ttm?. and often of than te:i st roots aud avenues radiate. was subitituted for a wire-clot- h sieve. AmcmVi bok M that purpose, the naiuea of alls PULLMAN CARS tholr tormini upon tho pirk there are ship, cargo and crew. "i'StA Than the only to vo'e lor lteprc "After a great many years an old York Miliin't havlni: the right Hut .aid Assessor, .hall LMtli. It. ck, MontEQDi.ry. Atlaiita Sav.nuab, year iwu. thoy bad of determining tholr as many building sites which end in more or stnto miller concluded that tho moal would incam for Jailss i,l!e, Motile, and hew Uritani. any person name of lougitudo was by dead reckoning, and that less acute points. On tlioo tho hauics nre havo loss shuck or bran in it If tho shuck not enroll In such column the know that he it it, Saw tho time they .hall was n, very ioor thlni; to depend 0:1. constructeil in irregular form. In tho more could Lo removed from the berry before it unlcrs to vote forat UerrrsentaUTO nf wld rite Ion; BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA tilled obtuse nnglos, whero two or more dwellings -The old wa van to got into the latitude of AMI M'MIIIIK TAJlI, m w""1 such In rlaceJ.'ar.JWltbout may stand sldo by side, each front deviates was ground. To do that ho run tho grain ..'.."" knowieoxe iiiau ot the Aarftsor: or ...1 ,..naininnr tho port sailed for and then steer east or slightly from a straight lino with the others, through n series of corrugatod rollers which Jl.uinclenllnformatloaohUlneJ br him direct-- y Go top of the Knebi. close by J Carter'. Grocery west ns tho case demanded. Dut the chroSHORT LtHE TO THE EAST Store. simply crackod open the shuck nnd allow whose ? ',j!l from the 1 r. bi t. nometer ha3 done nway with all that Now tho whole forming n concave elavation tho kernel to drop out The broken shucks a Mtl.lactoiyHr.on la tllo In l'.lsceCari lll.outcfcnr. iu, .laicmeiu umni neecary rooTK A' WUEEiiV.K, 1'rnpflt'tiirn. a captain can lcavi u port and shade his facing ths circle, tho war of oarh opening and kernels were eeparntad by screen, nnd iwraon. who know the tacts liko a fan. With such opportunities for disoourse to nny part of th globs, nnd know For all klndiof Keueral I.umlier hblniilit, .St.. tMIGRAHTS thereafter buckwheat Hour was about ns . n.i rnilllUU and others rsn not and a better markrt to hii true position, in clear weather, every playing tasteful architecture it woald bj white as nny other. Tho domand for It in- ah. WeeinoresilInlortiiatlon.nui losv rttca .hall leleriued Kiillty builders know I rult tlicmseltM. Our motto I. "Hood Material .. iliia day. Thoro are two gsntleiuen, in this city strange in leo If progress were not rapid. creased rapidly, but it was not qulto perfect, of eilcme.no. and Qnr.l In a turn of not le. than l.ir Unatonable Kate.." PoslotUre addreia, Halls Aaats Mle, rent. inpnr '..rw.11, r P AIVOKI. fi P. &T.A. ench 1":' iiji u"y1" : whose tathors mailed from tlj shores cf The more conditions, in whosa production bocausa the line fuze nnd dirt adhering to invuij .71. ....... n.n nfiT dodar. for vi.ini. nnd (Up, Ky. G. 6 Hm. ' c Masj.aehusotts bay, around Caiw Horn and tluy had no part, prompted architects pos every n.me tuu. imrreiwf .',"'":":...,".". V" Loulalll. K. s.oun in sessing a littlo artistic souse to look f r the outside of the bor'y fell through the mat m capo of Good II ipe without chronometer, Uool.. of the common mora graceful forms, something los sombor scrosn with the kernels, nftor tho shuck had and .hall iTf'r the be Rovernnl In .1 e.. hby the but there are very few that would under-takAMeor .hall liEB F. UUFFMAN, nnd heavy, although more chaste in short, bojn broken open by the rollers of tho law. then In force to prevent Illegal voting. Sit I it now. Some captains own their something 1J JilN'i'IfcJT, that would warm iustoad of chill shucker. rid .unwritten in a fair, lcRlMe manner,a .hall be Dressed Pine Floorius, (Jelling, Weather BrAKKOItD. KY. chronometer, some hire them, others .Fi S.UV rn e aimiii "To get of this it was uecessary to palOlBce Bouth tide ll.ln Utreet, Iwo door, abovi the healthy taste. belong to the ship. Soma ca-r- y two. tbeMy.r. HoUl: Boards, Finishing Lumbar, Qreen From opportunity, therefore, sprang tha ish each berry of tho grain reparately and if tho captain carries hii wif with him FareNltrou. Oil J. Gas alulntiterid when re- it was shuckod. The machine for doLumber in the Rough, including quired. sho has good causa to be jealous f the care buoyant, airy home', which seldom slavishly ing this has just been put on tho market It .l r Laths and Shingles. and attention that her husband gives to tho follow any dofinod style, but which combine, consists of a cast-iro- n cylinder, say throe i tho duty of each Aeor In She is only sa.'oiul in bis usually with taste, and often with flue art- foot long and one foot iu diameter, which ofllcfo t o.it chronomoter. DIl. W. U. PENNY. he .hall For the convenience of our customer. Iu StanU thought on shipboard. I hare known a istic judgment, the best features of sovora) revolves within a jacket made of steol wire the duties of hi. office, to 6 o '' .fro it ford anl vlilnlty we have nrraueil with Dontlest. schouls. From these conditions also sprang and """.'.W It, U'rirri'li to keep ou bis yards anasaortiuent captain to take the pillow from under bis Judge nf the County Court STANIOlti), KKSTUCKT. tho endless variety and artistic beauty of cloth. The cylinder is covered with square oath I do solemnly swear that I will faithfully of our Luailier, whri they can gn It a. cheap as wife's head to wt tho chronometer on during knobs n half Inch largo, which project to Oflce on Lancaster .tree), roxt door to a of qualified the red brick homos which forr.i a distinguishfrom us direct. Ilewlll al'o m.k ritlniate. f. r a heavy fox I have oftau taken the chroJn isWAt oiar, OBf e hour, from S lo 12 a. within a fraction of an inch of tho jackot. for itcPrcenUtlve. In thodlilrlct lor which I have any Mil. not on bands, whu b we will ail on short u. and 1 to 8 r, M. Anesthetic, adtulnl.lered whao nometer out of its outer box and set it on ing featura ot tha capital, nnd which wilT Tho cylinder Is set 1 IX Af 1. 1 1 'MS. been AMCor for the year JSSJ. notice. at tho rata of HJi-ly- r. DKtttary Idly, Ky pillows, when e were hnnJlinj heavy seem more and mare appropriate as tf.a 75) revolutions a minute, and the grain, carefully retort tho .auie In the book ot May, 1SJ. 23 4 m troes grow, and the profusion of flowers md uic as Assessor et tax by the tint day cargo, to savo it from any sudden jar. n to after passing over a scroeu to got tbo straw All .captains have a certain tlma to shrubs and greon grass increasas . 1C Said Assessor, are hereby quired Ineon cath a. to hi. rUht to.vote tor ltr'M-tallvcEven tho sjieculntots who are quite too out, falls down batweeu tho jacket and tho wind their chrouomotew, generally at to o'au'' any person or whose rUht .0 cylinder. There it goos around nnd around, & MISSISSIPPI LI W numerous in Washington, who build long eigbMwlls la tho morning. Tho captain's ll.i.ny doubt whatever; and anr,,n, knocking against tho knobs and tho jackot, rows for leao or sale, who care nothexamined who .h.l knowingly awes f wife, n.s a gensral thing, daro not look at it, thus an upward current of air carrying oil tho a. to hi. .aid tight, .hall be liable -- The Direct lloute to- nnd sho feel toward it accordingly. But ing for art and everything for monoy, dust, uutil it falls out below ns clean as n and penalllesofthe crime of ierjury. QJ c"7 who and buy and build cheaply thero aro exception) tj this rule. Thoro are .hall write opolte to the name ot each Aim and sell at unconscionable prices, aro com hound's tooth. Than it slides ovor a ma;-nctu- itrtou thus .worn the word "sworo. somo captain's wivos tbnt are first-elnnavplate to remove any trace of metal igators. For instanco, Borne years ago tho pelled to rollow to some oxtent tho indi- beforo going Into the shucker. i - ii.s,.ii iw.il,. JutT of the Secretary, ol That makes vi. - i.i,,,. ihti Art .ltirtli(d In one weekly E. H. BURNSIDE, American ship No Plus Ultra loft Llverpaol vidualism which is nlme I at by nraltll what wo call perfect buckwheat flour." Kortttws.t and youlhws.it by the way of new.paiier In eacn county 01 iuo sense of the pub.i.V. for Uombay, Opt. Tluminor. Ho bad his in response to tho weeks, ne.rly or next for lic. Thoy have learned that vulgar ornaKnown wife and family with him. After n fewdays dally I'M'"8' '' "''"J This Old aud Well Totality About Odium, tho Jumper. tlonaodlnoneolthe faOVISYILLSorCIXCIXXATI. be was taken with a paralytic shock. His mentation and finical di. play no more atLosil.vllle f..r thirty da,. I'"il,1e'r Hotol Still Maintains ICInciiinali F.naulrerl every county 'T, J"r Thorefore wire navigated the ship succes?fully to her tract purchaors cr tenants. "I'm not at all supartilIou, I want you thereto, and In Roputation, Eit?h t'halUncwa tr tSHi- All destination, buried two children on the pas tholr rows like their isolate 1 dwellings, to understand," Mild Copt Boyntou as ho of Mid blll.pilnted in hand bill fotm. If ' AND j.j.11 Ti'nino sarin and CltKtntuil tu.kt xiuiuo age. and lost her husband three days after tiiutlly ex libit mora ir less successful direct lonuriiion it th sat with the Owl club tho other ttlght. "I lour ci'nsecutivc wceas ueiore points wish the Light-to osc.ips nt osca a painful monotProprietor ii Determined that nir.se t.i pe' . the otslo reaching part She nnd her only boy camo MlMlMlppl fjr et S. The TuMIr I'rlntsr la hereby reiul'ed to Its do not come from a surtftiou family, Hlth cm in the ship that I was in. Sbo looked ony aula uausm of gewgaw. So com- but my father had a peculiar superstition, print t ie bundled eoplea of the toorth, deliver and it Shall be Second to no Country Iauii and all lnts W'swt, to mon has this l.idlvidjnliz-itilT 'r.10 Iol.fHIf or "leein- rdxthSeetlomnfthls Act. aud then itn Fare, of each and I suppose I TH TTMsr, fully as noble as she had proved herself Hotol in the State in Inherit It It's this: Wbt.11 tho Secretary or "late, whoduty H jnall be to lioun loom, that a row in which the IU LAUUIO nail to -- 1. louu, bilu two iiours to be. Appointments, or Attena crson knocks u glass otl the table it's a tranamlt them to the varlout louuty s. lerks; arm iiulrker tt.au any otlier !lia, Klviuf ojr piswnriKS Philadelphia monotony is re sure Indication Sailors have to be very careful with their it.balllfltbedutyof.uchnerlt. to place tkciss tion to Comfort of lime lor sural. ud ftr.t tkolew of -- ti in trains of disaster. Many tinus In otoouometers. A bras plate fits over tho tainad Is market for public con iemnatlon. my life I have had occasion to prove the promidly in taeband. of eichAfesrtor of i lor their Quests. 1?SS. in their rerpeulv ," the year It that w'wraver ono goss in th tor bole, nnd worii with 11 string, so that as The truth of this, but it never enma so forcibly .hallaUilo the duty ot thn Public Printer new city tbo ey I vs by 11 continual to me ns won as the key is removed it cover the hole Ait tspoo aeep-iraanJfrenithe it did iu connection with Mr. jirint ttve thousand cple.ol tbl. the Secretary of llxxxn nllllseeoaveieJ toacrammodatlees de l2Hours Quioker prelal on the instrument so that no dut can possi- - variety, though iiiij;,k might not ia every Odium, who free of ehir. in Kl" by wyXf l"htr. .beet and deliver them to to the County was fcillel jumping oir to Commercial Traveler.. The Her will Mate, who .hall forward the Mtue wy get into tne worRs Kvery chronometer ca-- o discover any specially pleasing dU tho Brooklyn bebridge. The slay In uch nunl.r. a choicest alwaya acppllrd with tne tlerk. ol the various counties enrrtas her record with her. The cover tinctive featura . wo foro were taking dinner together to piovldeat lej.t two eopi.jof mIJ Aet f .r earii brinilsof li'iuor. and t'ltars. forms nlmost half of the box in which the votlOKpretlnct, and wild Cbrk. .halt deliver the r, and he knocked off the nnd it fell I.oprz and the I'.irasimynns. otBeer. actira li iiU. otbir t In that cover is where the rates are to the floor, breaking in pioce.-- . 'Fv.r God's Mine to the BberllforW the duty "I -- Alway. Make.- -. i.b(,,1'r IMauinilUn's Miixaxine thereof, and It shall kept from the tinn that sho left the maker's ' Never was is ru! u chief, better serves bake,' I aaid, 'Odium, don't try tbnt jump, ori.tberotlicerl.p;ioecoToii.ld Fnsl Sxiro Con ek tion an i hand. If she is a good chronometer you by hi subject than Solano FranciiCi give it up; that is ominous.' I Imgged him plaee for four weekn prior to tha '' will iltiij all her rotes there. After each another copy at K)inn other eultaMe uootioziB second of the family name; and navel and entreated hini, but In would not have lnaldpr;lnet;atidany leliln ; oe.r voyage sho is taken to u chronometer-make- r Liex it He was bound to make that jump any Wills All Line, at the dut'es prercrllrfd In Ibis Act, lu.l 'c jaiSVItll KtwAUAYXCH'CAl,3f' aud mated, nnd they often run for did any one personally Its deserve such de how, and ho met his fate." Bnel for each failure twenty ilollara, I" I rn j" votelnsst anl tiJolIty. jurisdiction yaars on the same rate. Now, if a chro"What stimulants do you uso in your long errdlnaDy Cout IutIuk St. Louis and Intermediate Fointi. While the Paraiuayan, whom his reck J. Ilil. Ait.bal. taLefl ctfrouiltsi iMjf h y nometer sains of a second levs and disproportioned nmbitiou of vanitj voyages, captainP askod the doctor of the ' Through Coaches and Pullman Approvel J.uu.iy iv, If Si. and loses which is a alone had involved in IVnOmiitiiiiiTruiiN-1'er- n An Slooping Care a war with half, unJ club. very small item, she is no u'o for tho pur"Tex" ! more than half, the South American con roi.i pose for which she was intended, but tiuont a war of one to twenty, in which "No whUky?" with an air of incmlullty, School English & iht would be just the thing fcr (Vnuectloni tuade In I'nloa Deiiot, nt. lu!, hi which tho club all julned. Luub'.tillo (o ;1iIcuk, nnd ruin might wnll from tha out w Itk traiSMef lis.es 1 jeweler's window. But If, on tbo other "No, gentlemen; on my voyage down the iiln U'rt, NortbfMl and Obristian College Building, I Pouiltww!. iittud. she gained two hours ovory twenty-Aiti- r set havo seemed foregone conclusions-we- re Ohio I uod whisky part of the way, found Cliiciiiiuill to C'lilcnu'i't pjrishlng It yoss are tMut West u aay point, eall en or for him by bat hours, or lost tLe same, aud kept doing - "Y- in talions Held, the or starv out I could only make olghtoon and twenty-four-ho- 1IESTOXVIK.I.U, C'lik'itKO. wtito lo the uolesgn4.Inferos s kO. (lien you havo a Iiu11uiiuio11n chronomoter-"Thi- s runs, but iu tea 1 found I could for lull and reliable to ing ttlua n rh-sr-l in tho forost; mon, woniar oasily go thirty-sl- x fjied. Ar , in tha Wettera Stale., Map., (iuides foems strange, but in tho first case you hours, so now I use tea nnd children during the six long years of a The Third Auuua' Session will open Wsduerfay lowest special rates lor Tliket. aed oould notkeip track of her, and in the sac-on- d Household altogether." (Jwli te all mnbm West call on or addra.s J'I'i'. lit, INS.'i Couifc cf In.trurtlon THROUGH TIME TABLE caw you could. No matter what sbo nation's agony, preferring doath in its worst thoreuch. Devslopment of the mind the etid te VU Louisville: (. 11. il.HOf, forms t forolgu rule, or to a conditions of Tho Lava Teaks or Now Mexico. Term. rcaHW.I.l'. gains or s ns long a she kosp3 on doing ntUlned. '''"J."'" Passenger Ai;'t Ohio A Mll,lppl IlilhT.y. iriiilailelpliia IteeorJ.I apply to . the same thing shs is nil that you want peace with tho invaders ot their land; Ipez Ky MIS' II. M K. IN. himsslf, solo cause and originator of tbi ; It a w I T llM W. W. PUABOOY, I W. H. SIIA1TUC, The geological survey reports from northSomo will say, Why Are they so particular Principals. Lve. sa tf .m war, well providod not merely with the western New Mexico a multitude of needle-lik- o Ifayotteu... and Om'I ManVr, Arr. IWi Uen'l Pass. Agt r.bout time at seal But when it Is taken 11 Chleaj.) 8 3e p m I 8Wi m C. W. PAI'.I. I palral Pasior Aijet. nocessaries but tho luxuries of life, lay bid paaks rising out of a broad valley botinto coniideraticn what proportion a d Cln.lnnall. Ublo MIIaLEKSUURG Via CltKlsiHatl: is to a mile it will bo plainly teen why behind tho tocurost defenses, or remained tom to the boight of over (XW feet Thoy 01 iiiacu uasaitlc lava, having to Lave to be so jwrticular. There ara fifteen absent at safe distance from tho scone ot aro compa-oi- t S p w . U M a w t ictual combat; nay, worse yot, oxercUod on a beautiful columnar structure like tho Lve. CtnelBBttl .... l3ivos to the hour, four mluutei t the 12 Up ml It SO put " IixllanapolU .... fifteen miles to the minuto, aud four tLoe within his iinmadlate raacb, on tha basalt of the Giant's C'aueway. They aro s it p ml 0 M a ui Arr. Chicago. ......... eeconds to tho mils, so that an error of cue bast and most faithful of bis own officers remnants of lava which ouco rose up out of rertnd sorvauts, and ultimately on bis noaresi tho earth through tho ttrata and congealed Thl. popular .chool lor "yeun j ladle, will be Pally. tP.Hy eieepl SuBilay. leoosid is of a mile. opened, uudcr entirely new auspice. kinsman on bis trothors, his Mstarv, lib iu tho volcanic pipss or vents. "illiio-Orasi"The troubl with chronometers is that KouW;." lv lure yourtl'ket. resl via the 1885, In latar pariods the strata which ouclosod they are so alfectod by the temperature. Tho very inotbar cruelties to which history, Shortest and Quickest Route from Oen fortunately, supplies few parallels I mlghl them havo been dissolved away and reaJouer the movement, nud ths colder it is -MONON WITH Imost say, taken in their totality, nMie. tral Kentucky to all Points North, moved by the general erosion of the countne taster uj nin. U e tell the 1 nzituda . .. .1 (L. N. A. A f. K'yi as it Is tie nulVi- - be be't And yet it was for tins man, sousialist, try, leaving these basaltic cores projecting East I VTr.m. UUU C . 1. II I'll n OJUIUWHSL. by ti Thl, i. set to Gren-wlc- h chronometer. Popo, of Augusta, Ga., as and ruiMt dirrft lino Thu itci and pdints ooword, tyrant, fratricide, matricides, that many hundreds of feet iu tho air, ns casts Itov. 0. fait Line Between time, mil the calculations nee bassd on In the Northwe.i. Prosidom, the principle tVat for every degree of lougi-tu'l- e I'aragmy lavisha I with scarco a inunnui of the volcanic plpos or through A 0I.V0I.V.V.1TI Tickets via the ilonon l'.uli on u'e at all iiln- - LGXI.GTO. AND s of her life blood; saw het which tho anciuut towers rose t ) tho surface. east of Greenwich local tiim will Le clpal ticket ottit.. For rates, tuips and lull iu- Schedule in EOect May 10. UM. men, women, and children exterminated bj Those which nre just beginning to ba dis- Mrs. S. C. Trueheart as Lady Prlnci- - forwi'ton, ad Irets four minutej faster, nud f jr every degree WM .. BALDWIN, U V A , fhlcsjo. "8oTc, svar, by dtseaw, by famlno, by mlmry ol closed iu tho 1110m walls still have .No, ii west, four minute slowar. Tne be it chroremnants i)ocru-noDA J..O'nEILLV, O d A., Loultvllle. nometers will run with surprising accuracy avory kind, or carriod oiT as slaves into dis- of the old cinder cones upon their summits, Ex. Haa, ExperiDally Ex, Hun the mostComietcnt tant bondage; saw her towns" destroywl, her while from those which nio wholly or 111 Aided by onoof in Hie State. Parent, aid re.t as. In nil tonijierutures, butthev are not perfect, may enced laeultle. S pm pm nud as the slighter variation means much to villages and fields wasted, her catHu har- greatest part excavatwl nil trncos of the ! Lve. Covington. .. 8 10 a m In 10 i) 2 00 p iire.l of the most thorough tralnlns of their, Arr. Pari. IS to ni 8 20 tu luder copes have disappeared. Thus the daughter. In all that pertain, care.inf. tnnw the navigator, ha has bis instrumsnt tested ried, hor wealth plundered to ubsolutt Lexington.. 12 IS p II iOpia 0 10 p ra tMiumltted to our frequently, and the rate ascertained. Tea bareness, nor oven then submitted; only varJtable root . of these ancient volcanoes and moraU, It Lve. Parli .. For catalogue containing Information ai to A Ouse lCcNciiibsiiic Hint Geu' It as am 10 25 piu a censed pm 'rata' is the variation of t'ae Instrument nnd for to strive when sho had practfcallv. are uuoartlied and laid opjn to tho iupac-tio- a tern... Ac. ad.lre. Arr. Winchester ... 12 M piu 11 oo pm 6 t it m 10 all national purpcos, cea'od to ex Kj. Q diraiit. the geologist with temperature, and by observing temcf 2 00 p III Itlrhmond 7 25 pit Or MP.S. 8. C. TP.UEUEAHT, Stanford. Ky. Mncaster i JO pm perature tbo ciptain keeps a record cf thi 1st. More yet, were lxipaz himself, in tht toiue ten yean ago I had a icrjliilous sere on my lt)wUnd 6 O pin! "WliUtlliiK Hick's" Coiiiiiiuinlor. variations of hi chronometer, and thus cor- worst nngar of the infernal gods, to revive rUht hand wblch av m gltat troublo, and un- Lve, Klebmoud.. on Paraguayan tarritory, his Lincoln iNeb.) Stato Jotirnnl. i 0 p III rect tho time ns Indicated by tha instrument. der the old time treatment was healed up audi Arr. Berea 3 30 p in uppesed I was well. I luund, however, that It i nre would, thera is every rawn tc who uerj 01130 d in thoslogo In testing chr.nomaters they are subjected A 0i) a in " I.lvlnirston... was only driven into ttin .yi'on ly the um ol of Vlclaburg will bo intorostaJ to know taut in turn to diflarent degrees of temperature beliero, nt once rally round hini tha polish and mercury, and In March, I8J. it broke the devotion of a vast majrity this rebel Ileuten.itit, Diclc Aar, svho hud and their variation, "cientiflcally observed, out In my throit und concentrated In what lome No. 11 No. 3 No. 1 among I wn plac d ot the doctor. I'enomlnated cineer U idgbtered iustda the cover there. Every land. the yot surviving inhabltunU of tht charge of tha noted rHUlguti. "Whlstllns Surgeon, Physician under trrattiient lor ttili tilseuse. some iix nr svv. DicV," on tho bluff frontiuj tho river, Is good chronometer will go accurately at two enof the beit phyilcUns in the country had miot Lve. Llrlnntou..... SCO anil dead. He comtnittod suicide at New Or temperatures, aud can bo a i justed to any dlHereut tltret under their chi'tie, among tbem " Berea 10 22 Tnble Tmtten ot the firent. m loans ou tho 4th Inst., induced by low spirits given thrfespcclall.ta lo thlillne: hut one after another Arr. ltlchiuond .... temperature. For iustauce, one II 43 a ml 'an Franclscylrgonaut. Danville, Ky. would exhnuit their ikill and diop uie, for I Krew Lve. P.jwlanl and ill health. The battery commanded by Office on 4th St.. instrument may bo made to go .. 7 is a in Gen. Sherman likes wore continually. The cancer bad eaten tbruuifli ducks ane" Lieut Agar consisted of "WhLtUng Dick" " Lincaster accurately in a temperature of 4i), and aUo rock-tt-.. 03 a in,. uy cheek, deiliojlnutbc roof of my mouth and Ssmuol J. Randall is a daily and a lilakeloy ritb, and in a temperature of 80, at other tempera.11 00 am . more con upper lip, then attacked my tongue, palate and Arr. Ktcntmn'i .... eater of game and his table Is well supplied stantly occupied p.lat and uuder lip en- Lve. Hlclnuond stroylng the tures being not so accurate. By constantly U'J ilurin? the slogo than any tu FiHluhi Perlcclly lwtr lip. half my tuueue, eating out to the lop of Arr. Winchester (! 00 a m 1 23 p in with pheasants and auall. tirely and 7 a other robul battery. This was duo to the IMIch uuil Curctl. i 23 ami ...V....A .v Av. u.j utuuuiueier in its my His CUCi-'- luur auu o,! iu iiiq irii vr. rfuiu Arr Parli w a rainnr uuiniy eutor, aiM Uamors S 03 a in 3 18 am ., .. "n.. ,,7 'cu, besttemnerat.im !, . fact that .. a hearty, lohu.t wom.nof ISO pounds I was re. Lve. Lexington uun Uli .)alatJ Wlth qusil. terraDln. and rock. appliance they were better supplied with .... 7 23 a in i 30 p mi 2 30 pm .to rely confidently upon its accuracy, though duced to a mero Irimeot skin and lunei, alutoit for securing accuracy of flra. In fish. 8 13 a m 3 2.1 p iu 3 3.1 pm Gen. beridan l particularly food ol unable to turn myiclfln bed. 1 could n't eat any Lve Parli fact they were almost the only guas whose iiiimjf reciis cave ueen caused uy It 10 a m flOOj m 6 flSpra canvas-buc- k Caustio .olid food, but lubrUtel on lliuldi and my tonguo Arr. Covington dlnmond-bac- k ducks and terra- execution waa mora than the result of guen-worKnifo, Ligaturo or in chronomatar'. No wiiso f.r Bono Icoi.ld uot talk. Tho anzulsn of pin, and thewiuu.t be very choice. Justice The now Usod. suicide of Lieut, mind and the horrlhlii .mitring, of body which I MATMVII.I.E HRANOII. Harlau, of tho supreme court, buys generally Agar will produce aof the of tllven up by experienced never can be rcvralid A ItlHgnntlc Telophone. thrill sorrow in the Z canva-ba- ck ducks and rock-tlstihr.irinni to ill, with no hone fur recoverv unon Judge hearts of thousanls who for the first tlma Inter Ocean. ToTaT," ifo. 4J." the part of friend, who lit around my bedild.ex- MeArthur likes canvas-bacNoaru-BocNducks aivl shod. will hear bU name. He wai an Irishman Dally Mr. T. IL Brown, ot Fort Worth, Tex., Dallyf Prom Kectlng every nioiueniio no my iwi-- iu uli, my g wade Hampton likes Treatment Mild. No Detention Ex. Sun. Ex. Han. teal and by birth and was (W years of age. would place hit bands on me every now bns jhjrfectod a magnetic telephone and black bass. Ha often goes hunting and fishwhether I was alive or not, and at Lve Oivlngton.. Business. and then to ee which does away with batteries of ing for those. He Is one 2 oo pm one time all decided tb.t Ufa was extinct and my of the greatest " Lexington. The Archive, of Germany. 7 23 any kind. It was tested ovor tbirty-elgh- f in 4 33 pm death wa. repo.ted all orei the country. fishermen In Washington. Parli Mr. Arthur, 8 20 a m 3 23 pm Foreign Letter. miles of wire aud proved perfectly satisSuch wa. my wretched and helpless condition Arr May.ellle, when in ...I 10 0 a m 7 60 pm With much liberality tbo uso of private factory to telegraph men present, both as a amounts ofthe White House, k bought lorg? Certain nnd Permanent. No thefirstoll.it October (luSI) whin my Irlend. game diamond-bacterrapin, archives of Garmitiy is granted to persons Cure commenced giving me owlfi'a Hpocltlc. In leu telephone and telegraph. TfoTaT ToTiT Cure, No Poj. woodcock, and canvas-bac- k ducks were a who request tho same for purely scientific Dally than a month the eating place, atopped atd heal-iDally Tho instrument usod was composed of Ex. Hun Ex. Bun rl min.nrnl and she frarful anerture In mr standing order. Secretary Bayard .h two ounces of wire and a half pound of purpoio. The archives, at present splendidly cheek ha. been closed aud firmly knl.tod tcgether. nothing but spots and ter- installed, are an inexhaustible 3 Sa m 1 00 p ui of a new under lip la progressing finely Lve M.yivllle., steel, and can be niadi for 25 canu The A treasure, and rapin will satisfy him, to Chroni- andproc Utongue, which wa. almo t de.troyed, It Arr Parli 8 10a m 3 13 pin the transmitter is simply a horse shoe magnet, won't let any one cook and It Is said that be it is the deslro ot tho authorities to havo Special Attention also Given " Lexington.. 9 10 a m 0 10 these but himself. them explored being rtoovereil anl It leeuia tbat nature ti c, TTidnsy & Bladder Troubles, either pole being covered with flue wire, He prides himself on his for tho boneiit of the public " Civlngton my irlendi I) SO a m fi 00 pin a new tongue. I can talk o that pni manner of gutting at large. eolled carefully. Tho arniaturo Is a disk of up n raAiillv unilHrit.nil maaud can oat solid fooil Tenons collecting material for Frellnghuyson publication are no longer required to Noxk. Tralm 3 and 4 are dally between gain. I am able to walk about wherever I pleaso steel, against which the voice Is thrown, was terrapin. submit a great gama-aateospaclally of can- - tholr oxtracts for revMon, and al.tanceofanyi nonnd have gilntd , cheiter Lexington and Covington: other train. Womon. transmitted through the maguet to the wire. their word A. well a. all Dlicwea peculiar to uucks ana pneasants. U taken In cams whoro they mako Tho rocelvor is similar, with smaller mag-noof honor Triln o 1 rum via Uxlngton and Parli.aml of airerclfully Ueavenly Father; la duetoawlft'. copies verbatim et literatim. Chirac, mod rate Dr. N. can bo consult! free Bneclrlc. I aic a wonder and a marvel to all my not via Wfncheatar anJ Pari. It is claimed by tha invontor that bo oHue at all The Ufa of a Soldier. Direct conn rllnns are made at U'locheiter with of .brge and will bo found at Mi IrlcnJa, hundred, of wbom havo known my tu. can transmit the voice around tho vorld or INow York Bun. the next three mentns, tenso.uuvrmgsanu nave mmu on i pj Itllc- - Chenapeake A Ohio for Mt Hterllng. Aiiiland time, across the Atlantic oceau, there being no Flttlnc Heneir. Mm., u'hll.i I om not well, ret mr stratltuda Is nunt(ngtoB, Charloiton, W. Va., a Young Eaitefn cU. By permluion he refer, to the l211)"lD?r limit to distanco, oil that is necessary being common Army Ofllcer Yes, the life of a IPuck.l L.ke''...?' J!wl3' nnn. Ilia ! ilovntll Slid I llll CilllUJeilt thlt B Mif- - le.I'ast Llne-Ntlemen.J. H. IlMler, soldier Is very hard at timoj, but 3 and l run via tho increase iu size of magnet A fashlonablo young lady was soon black. Stanford. Ky i Judgo U r. w, ''a."" I!"',- " feet recovery I. now In light. It any doubt theio Holld Trains, os. WlncheiUr. the officers fate much better. I not only am -Traylor, with I'tillman Hieenln r,r. 1 fru. I would rcfor tbem to lion. Jobn Jl neighbor, Temnle. Joun ii. dihjuubuiui", ..." and Itlchmond, Va , aud Wincbestei paid a large salary, but my rank entitle mu Ing her brother's boots tlie other morning, thl. district, who 1. my Ctiriou, If Not Instructive. WaihlCKlo", D. C. and the next day she bolx)d to do tho family Sii ton.i'8. Itobloson, Lancai ter Ky i rhoi. B. Slate tfecatorot or to any t Dr. T ... Ilrndtleld. of LiOrango, Oa.. to six extra rations. m,...L "lLa. nai.Mntm chked to any in- A curious statistical fact has been discov."-"- '" It i thought she b fitting herialf per. M living in the sou nern , ar, Miss Smith (Interested) And do you eat washing. U (In "n ihi. 9. .'tan w. i.iiro4u .u.i.. ' 8. F. D. MOUSE, Thoro nro lS.OOJ stamp collectors thorn to bocomo tho wife of an Italian count. ered. , w, ii. wiriTTr ppv allf LAUrange, ua., .nay it, io.-among children of the Nov York public Sold by alldruggliw. Treat'iooa bio dand.kla rcbools, and many doalers in stamps. CATAHR1I CURED, healtn aid sweot breath dlseasod mailed free SLEEPLESS NIGHTS uaJe miserable by that "'"uiou, .y. U. Ixlnuton. Kr Tht W. SMITH. TUB SWIFT SPECIFIC tX) , W. FULLEll! collectors of buttons, old colm, and other terrible cough, tfhlloh'i Cure lithe remeJy for tef ured by flhlloh'a CaUrrh Itemedy. Trlco 50c. Ocncral Manager. Drawer 3, Atlanti, Oi,; Now Vork, 137 W. 23d it. Oen. l'u.;At small were uot onumorated. jcn. For side by fenny A McAlljttr. Fur .ale by Penny it McAliiter. 11 n ty house-build- er odd-shap- old-fasb- h the nood people ol AN ACT lor UkloR the sense ofnecessity and this Commonwealth ns to the ol roNirg a Convention to nmecii llio Constitution nnd to ioriiiln tliu number ufptrtoni entitled 10 TOie muwrmwiiiiimi WitKKKAS, experience has pointed out the necessity ot nracndltift tho Constitution nnd the ni errcdlency ol calling a Convention for thatpurpoif. therefore Me Cow it Hnaetl ty Iht GenmiJ AumUt KentuckymoHietalM ii 1. That nt the next uenerai nimi "" HepresenlnUn-- to the Honrral Aueiu'l ,11 hH or the rereral Shcrllliand other duty to open n oll tor tnklOK the feme of of the pcoplo for cabins: a Contentionto to niuend the betre-larre uru tho Constitution, nnd male a belntf. of the nsnies of State, for the tho time f.ir lleprossntatlTts of all those entitled to Toto voted lor calling such Convention. who hare 12 That for any failure to perform theilutlM prescribed In tho first section ol this t Act. every llahl. 10 sheriff or other re'urnlni officer shiU be innesfilxlmtulrcd dolisrs, to any reeov.red by Court havliiK Indlelment of the Urati.l Jury In jurisdiction nnd shall upon canvlcllon be suhject from olBce. to removal ? 3 That It shall e tho duty of the Olllrers ol Election to propaund 10 evert voter the niienloii. a Convention or not"' "Do von vole lor calllnff answer In the alariuatlve, Ami if inch voter shall hlinauic shall t recorded as voting for sx'.d Offl-er- r! v CHArmi 21. LXJEIBE3R YARD. Having opened up a lunioer yard In the rcurot our alnre, wi .in- row .ffrMiS Through Trunk Line oiiaiv ! W-S- ICES! ICE! ICE! d on SOUTH & WEST Z',!K lng lo-t- senta-Uvr- "Si. Mary's Mills" ni. "' 1 ..i .,iii mini"i; 11 '"' . rcil ffKri.-"- o LUMBER! HUUGliON bo-fo- re 1 lre 1 "?. "'"' "'"'"'I .; IiiTC-Kto- ex-a- """ ?. MYERS HOTEL, its Ill ss .- STANFORD. KY. Propr St. Louis & tho West now-bor- n I""". A 1 . 'ii 1 te J,.:..?lV salt-cella- O. & M. '' p'" dis-cha- Tiino nnd -- ouo-tsnt- one-tent- h Ferric! 1 tie-fe- Classical first-clas- al lo-c- Harre-lsburt- sac-en- zl lNw -,- e. FEMALE COLLEGE SEPTEMBER 9th, I 11.1, one-fourt- h M IlOUrE, 1 1 three-fourth- ,, Cancer of Tongue . 111 . . . s obadl-encaa- I)r."E. J. Nickorson, and NOITU-BOCN- I red-hea- d u ..., -- p.i I ...j k. k blue-win- tele-grap- h, Hooni-BorH- salt-wat- -- . I r, vas-uac- L r .. ' I --. .aufflP ,,.."..'" bric-a-Ur-