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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885072401 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. igk i. t!!!ftPiM tft "fr flt' JL lonfimL. NO. 41, COUNTY OEPAR1MENT. VOL. XIY. Stnu-MccMnitri- or STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 2i, 1885. ronu.'U- journal I OANiILLE. BOYLE C0UN1T. Lirkln county Rrifooo wan ins, Thurday i'ubUxltrtl TitcHttauit and frtilnyv chargoof Ambling. A phfteton beloiiRing 83. OO XMSll .rVlVlVUai Wba paid strictly mil env time. If wo hats te 8'J.RO wilt be chanted. In adranro. flued $10 by the morninn on a to fTo the JIri. Jnt. Ken W. P. WALTON. BEAUTY IN THE BATH. THE ROLLER RINKS DESERTED FOR MORE SEASONABLE SPORT. A Modus Operandi of Tonrlilnu it firlutolKMrl llio Art of S lininliiB 1'lMt Lessons of (lin rrtisshiti Ann)- - System lin-er Cu. Cincinnati Enquirer uu Athletic yun man, n ho twlrlo I list light tnustnchs nnd looked complacently at trw natty bathlug-sul- t ulilch clothed hlni from n&ck to hnee, "yes, our youuir Indies nnd goutlemaii, too, fur nud that matter nro dropjiln,; tkatu-rollegetting road y fur the mK water rollers to bo met with on the bsnohea nt Nevort and Old l'olnt Comfort" Tbo ilM wit a Ions hall, tho floor of which hail 1hoi cut nwny In the renter, thi iaco jvlnnkod up nt tho tldet mid then heavily coitetl with cement, forming un enormous bath-tub- , at It wore. The floor of the tub, or basin, slojioJ to that "hen full t iltusp; of sinter nt om en I It wis four at the other six or eight Hprins-bourd- t, ami a iliosver with s twelve foot drop extsuded over the nnUjr, nud down tho nldes of tho hall Here rangtvl Yo," nstuurked n fo-s- trnjii, on tho Hoy cf from about forty 12 years of ag up to molt of (V wens splash-Its- ; nbout in the batln, diving from U.e Utartlt and twinging from the aulng. While tho professor talked Ins ket hli eyo lireatlng-rooint- . f f 'To giro you.an Idea rf the stsips tnk.n in teaching tho art to vronwn, na will lmslna that thk boy here U n young woinnn of toy H yean of age." The boy as a rwmnrknbly tain nwlrotm. 1U motlwr would not rail Mm hindeome. He re n triangular phsce uf Uiel mm-ll- n alout hi luliv, niMl ,he Mit houttng, plmhlni; water, Mid. In couipativ with a Victor llovy hat completed the unallret to get 'i' itcore ( roinpnnlofH, doing hU working revolver ever made It - 1J in orniU's worth of fun oat of the wnt r before cbet len, Htdchs lets than half as ounce, hi hour ivm up. we will imagine that thi young and carries well enough to break a pane of a general sbiftlewne that seems to prevail. men U n school K'rl who h couw In liere glati 1 feet way. of here his Tbc porion of Birbour for the irM of learning to iwim. It Is " I no parsed the fod houfe anil dugout ert and lisilttV dny, of course, LIFE. oi H Kntit in the bulkling but niyMf find a number of many comfortable houses or cabins nre to (CUre lira trice C'offoy iu Inter Oesfln. lady mpiU The ill.t lliin !. does U to lie seen standing unsightly in their naked retire to n. dre.iugroum ap I j tit on a bath- - To ttrive, t fail, to To ttrugitle f r some UiuUllabiz prist, It unit liko ttilt." nest. Some are planting a few trf es. That The suit wan of blue Ihtnunl, mi J ronoUtod To wo another win tha hard fought rnce, will grow here in a dwarf ttate is To rhase the ihauUHii thnt foraver tlfot. i.f two ti.ce a high-cu- t mil tklrt To tight, and twalcii evident by the fact that around some of rrarllng to tbo k'ltoe. in one liieee; a pnlr of So others without elhirt gain Uie tteep, tbtue farm houes nre thrifty Ireos. The o- Knickerbocker, the other. To Imi; tlie uutiltuliiable to gratp, native carefully point out thwe spot", but The ult, n you , l perfetitly modest, To I jv, to lint., to weep. f tb inoro common and i a when the traveler passe anv.of the 'home' ctMtMme. I ptaci a belt about h.r To strike our fellow man, To help the nibble hoot, mxl tliet nnd Jeer; where only the houfe of sod ond stable of wnUt In Uil. fiuhlou. 1 frtUt a .liort o.-toknow of detotHtirHi's eup, hty and where chickens have to stand in to the ront thu. The ToTo Iiojmthn depth to fear. to tn;t, i end of fie rof, m yct etch other' shade to kep out of the rays To look with oiivIoih eya Mfuil to a pote, alnl with thnt pole in When 1'iudly onlt Mime gmml triumphal of the sun, nnd where the wife i starved my hnud I walk to the edge of the tmilu. MJllg. for the eight of trees, either shade or fruit, Tho young lndy waJe out into tui water To hide mitfirtune nentb n onrelett unlit, To suiter and le ttronz. nothing is said except about the cheap land until lio hut rvachel a tttttlcient depth, ant then when I my 'nov,' he lie rhrit ilonn-warits richness. The average settler, piesing To prnv, to wattth, to tnut. upon the water, thj rpo hoHlug hjr To plend for ttrsngth, beteeching lieav-enl- y by creek bottoms probably every week, In thnt poritlou n tecurely ami ouiufortahly nid. fails to take home even a poor little cotton- oji can U, Tlien I iay 'uue,' nnd the yuiing To falter iu our faith when sharply fnllt brings her armt nrotnwl lfore tier woman The of re:ituro o'er our shoulders wood switch, leayin2 wife and children to lniil. hund with hyr hatvli togetlwr, 'rwo,' tbo swelter in the concentrated heat oi their liandi aro drawn in to tho cImmI and the To tlnk beneath tbo croH. Todru-feet drawn up; 'three,' nnd the hauli aro To give n Uittle of unceai ing strife, woes, little home unlets perchance they are still Ht lint to denth our Joys anil rapidly ttritlghtoned out, while tho feet gathered under a sod roof, which the wife Thu endt tho rhnpter of a human Ufa kick like tho feet of a frig iu tb act of with woman's ingenuity improves by plant iwfmmln. Thotc three ifmple motfa.14 are DIPHTHERIA AND CROUP CURE. icg Ibwer teed on its top. These men gone tlirjjgh with n number of timet in eaoh Unto , and nlmo-- t btfuro tbo Imowi It Di'tnlN of n nnngoioin Cine .Soinething praise the countrv an 1 call it the "garden ouryounn woman can twlnu spot of the world" and thereby prove they lie continual: bather." naird collided with n buggy on Main street Tuerdajr morning when n whf ul of (ho vc hide firtt h II tu' ed whs deetroyed. Mollia Ootlbjr and Fannie Mtrrimy confeeil jndf;etnont "Wedne'ilar morning be'ore tho police court on e chtrge of lewd conduct nnl u'saclstiont nnd wero fined & etch. A Cincinnati Commercial evangelic!, whope "entitlement" is Mr. llukill, eent J. C. Miwnlielmer, the grocer, a pwttl cud, on Wetlnenlny an which was the followiiiB: "If it don't f nov I'll vhit you nhi'it Djtl'tWeot him nt the leot will u lirato hand." Mr. J H. Mitchell, cd the Wit K d and M't George Ann William, were married Wednesday evening by Kid. S. W. Crutcher and on Thursday morning the (nlr acd bluhine bride va nrrnlgced before the county judge for keeping a houae " of and wnt fined $50 nnd cotta. -- Dr. U W Djnlap it lying very ill with heartdirette at the residence of hit tinier, Mr. K. R. Jonet. J lis friends have no hope of hit recovery and but n faint one thnt he will ever leave his bed nlive. Near lr all his children are here. Mm. J. F. Van Winkle and htr sitter, Mits Iletlie Dillon, havertturntd from a visit to Ko-ku- k, Iowa. Wakefield fi Hudioa bought of Sim Johnton, of Garrard, a 0 year-olmare mute 15 handj at $100. From Jat. Hill of tame county a nice driving horte at 5130. Stmt firm sold Wednesday to Iletlie A Co., New Orleans, U0 extra nice broKe maro mule averaging 1G hands I inch, the pick out of 10, head at SL'O each. Same New Orleans firm bought of II Ileadly 10 head green 15 hand mules atSlUT. From Nim Ilutcr 1 head xatxc cIrm mules at stme price. Al-fo- rd, 1 i- Ut Lancaster. Mrdicink LoiKin, July 20.-T- hlt little Tlic Lnncaatr Ihae Bill club hat been city lms a beautiful iooation, iu fact tho1 eilualion it all that could be detiml, the r00r.'iniJ with Mr. W. W. White as town being on n ridjebjtween the Medicine c,P'Jn' ri7er and Kim creek. Thene tvro atrearat 7Thc conditio" of ex Ssnator Bruce re- moin ""onangea. l'nyticiant hare relin supply livint water tho vear round. Tho centre of the town in on the backbone of quithed all hope? of hit recover r We have it from reliable aourcw that this ridge and the main bummers street Mr. William A. Arnold, of this place, will alnn on pi. runs IcncthwUe. Tim d ba "PPolnted Dtputy Unit ther aide it pretty well built un and the nl. R.n ' eU HWe Manhal under Marshal Grow. town entire it belter drained than " J' U' We!t and D- - p- c,lier bought Hny other place that I have eeen iu the, the rema,rm,S fie afot of the Dunlap Stale, which makes it exceptionally mRWn Htrect near the healthy. There arc several large business ,rol'e7 " for 9n- felling hoilW will b amtll one. The le built nt once church edifices are email and inferior, but The Trmtee of (he Public Pchool they probably ate juiuio late nil who are fraction! pirt of na spm of lainl good people arc di'po"l to attend A fe on Ltxington street from West . C liter, entitled to much credit for what hat been who will erect a public school building done in thnt line. The firet thing thti thereon, for $900. Tnis turn include! the strikes the visitor it the number of brick building. buildings and side walks, the latter becauie . . r. i r t... . iouna concealed of the scarcity of stone. Not much morej ,'' " ' five C'nt 'n J? "fe Cf than one half of Bitluur county can prop, bfbind19 P J 1S80 They were bright and erly be called farming land, al.hough the Bh ny ,and hTad ev,d"tly never been in cir hod auentt will claim that it is nearly all Ju,t whf Put thelu 'ere "d tilable. The real es'ate men complain of for whl" P"P0, it will probably never be business being exceedingly dull, though nfio- - ih. m.ui... ni.im nn nt i.m wcertalned. Partner, a colored womap, ale """" canfidentiallr informed me that he had eold bucket M ofaPP'" Monday and wf,e' two farms this week and had made a good of cramp colic Tue-da- y evening. She llttnnntlt rt lliam . .....,., he did, it J, , . not for me to be the first to doubt the word " , """ Ufnw"B pennon tor eome time "mB nere lu"aa7 t0 nave of a land ajent. one cf these guileless ?uu uu na oeen developed ebe " riu'J'cu creatures who always lelU you the bright,, HOt entit.ed tO It. Death entered the nd .1..T. .hin, nf lh rn,,nl, throws dust in your eyes ae to the darkiK .c,uu"B,cr'nDU ine a8enia lrlP w e i UlllCPlt ' Awcetingof the Garrard county south-- 1 While there it not much wheat in U"'0n m"m9i at ,he r"9b ' da aay from Wellington, West, church Tuesday morning and the fields that are growing look well, f" I tlDUed untl1 Tuesday mght. Large crowda in Harper and Btrbour countiet, were nd the meeting wat of '? altendn good when compared with other por-- l it is intereu. Addreei were deliyertd tloMof theState. Corn looks well, being ? McKef, GfQe U'8na' in many in8tances in ehoot and (oel. Oats 'phenecn. Euays were read J,ll?ton look well and will compne with any I BDU JUH. C. M. in K'.l.,rt... Th v.tll.T. nf 7 .'"- Uiirdett, of thie place. The solos by Rev. Btrbour are fertile, at least the Krowiuc Wisbard and Miss Gill were prominent croH show it up to the present time. features of the occasion. One tiling i noticeable here and that it i Letter rrom Kansas. i:iltoroftlie Interior Journtl.l OARRARD M'ROBERTS, & STAGG, DRUGGISTS HD PllilCEillSIS, - Opera House Block, DriiRH, - Stanford, KyM style. T no?. IVull Ptipcr, Wines. Muilcnl KooltH, Cliuuilculs, IuH.rueu.ents, Liiuor Oitjiirs. . Klatlonery, l'alntx, Pocket Honpn, Oils, Toliacco-4CuUery, IinnpH, Pcrftimery, Plro Arms, Much in rVectHe.. uur JcTrelry, Mlvcrvrnro mid 'Miticnl ood Department is In Charge of CM. jsicnaru8, who ttiii uejiatr atcitos mid Clocks ttroruptly ami In tho best " d""" 'w H. C. RUPLEY! SPRING & SUMMER 4 I have received and still receiving NEW GOODS HC. Comprising the best in the market, which will be .M..U.. .... f'd "" .,, Gotten Up in Stylo ana Mako Second to None in City or Me u Trial. Country-Giv- e aa' f..l.,. ",", ' it , ras, DANVILLE, Moals aro KUPLEY. A.T Masoiiheimer's Restaurant FIRE INSURANCE. J3KTO- - HUE. PHILIPS, O. -- , OrrosiTJt Copbt-Hocs- b KENTUCKY, STANFORD, ICY., call. Game always on hand and In Its season, oysters fresh fish, and sim- strred af all "houts. 'l j rant" and call when you are hungry. IP. JIASOX11EI31EII ilar delicacies served In all styles and on short notice. Look out for the sign "Woodbine RestauVj Represents the Best and uioit Frompt-Payls- t' aud his rates are very low. Glvo him. 12-- Otsa-pan- ies sl Uanvllle, Ky. CO.. RJ, FOR SALE, PRIYATELY. A DKSIRABLn DWELLING AND STOEE- -' house combined. Best butlnrss location in tho place. A bargain can be had by addressing or T. J". CIlItlHTF.IlHOS, McKlcney, Ky. l2-2I K.r..n UJer iffiiii Aro you faillnff. try Wcuvs' If ealtit a pure, clean, wholeaomo h, , Jamet W. it at much the nominee of the democratic ptrty as if he had been declared so by the biggeU cjnvention in ' lne INCOHFORATION NOTICE OF THE li, wit lck far-lmil- o n llt n, the S'ate. The authority of the State Cen trsl and Erecutivo Committees to place a ctn'lidatc in the field under ceilain circum-tree- s stances has been recognized time and again heretofore, rnd until tbi time has never !cn deputed, or even oieUioned An issue is now made by a few individuals who have b'en di'ttisfisl with other re suits, an 1 have found this a convenient thing to L'rowl over It may be taken at a fact that, in Uss than thirty days, there will not be one of thee parties who will not In mhamed of the til nuure and die aflectiou he has shown. -r- Frankford Yeo-anmwi. THAT II ACKING C0UOU (an be t quickly We cutrtstce It. For ie bj. ,,cnnj. A McAll5tcr KY. HEAT PENDER GO For Drain. Nerves. Stomach, lircr, Kldneja, Lungs. Au Unequalcd tnvv irant. Cures TOM1C, Headache. Fever. Acuo, Chills, lih e urol by Shllon's Ore. Till: KBV. GEO. II. THAYER, or Bourbon "Both layieltaal wife owe our Hto toshlloh's Consumption Cure-- " For sale by Pen ny a .MC.unttr. Ind., ay: 'Till U t'te tyttom at taught In the I'ruv-tlnarmy. 'd I do not heiitAte to iay It is mi'bod of tenchlng the nrt that it tho asyot kno'ii. After tbo lady hat attains 1 some little ability, and onu UfAa V.u m tlont of her hniidt nnd foet to thnt tbey ooiih) together, I slncken the rope mora or until in the court of time the pole it dlI-'mwith altogether, and I follow with tho end of L i line In my hand uhilo the pupil twlmt lrom oud to end of the Imtln, through dnep nnd thnllnw water nlike. It ft mtentlal that tin bo taught to twlm In water that it 'oter hnd,' in the boyt tny Of courto It it juit at hnrU t twim in hnllow wntor ns In water 100. foot deep; but, n!l the tame, thote swimmer who hnvo Alt' ineJ the art In four foet of water can not a'wnyt twlm when they Imiii theio it no twttotn under theuf. "I hnd n curlout cnw of thnt kind Intt eefc. A young woman cniua in from Walnut Hllli. Sho twnm nbout very graetfully In the shallow end of tli bastu f r a time, but when 1 n0:d her, 'Why don't youtwnn up to tho other onl, where h' water It deep" kho roplio I, 'I am nfrnld; I learned tc swim fit shoal wnter, nnd hnvo utver bjon out of my depth. "I nw thnt thu wnt fairly oxport, so 1 pcrtunded her to swim out to tha six foot depth, taking tho precaution, however, to fasten tbo boglnner'n ro-- about her wnltt Suddenly tbo throw up her bnudt and would bnvo gono but for the rono in my hand, which held bar up and gently towed hor tut of tho deeper place. She bad notfaintod t'nd wat not cramped In any way, but had merely loit confidence at soon as the thought orosted her mind that tbo wai swimming In deep water." n Mhlrli S'. Worth Trtlng. iHMiim-rat.) Um.m UIoIm' !t o ', 1 In n re xiit to tho French Academy of Medlolne, Dr. Delthell ttntod that the vapors of liipiid tnr and turixutine would JUsoIve the llbrinout exhalatiuut which choke up the throat in croup nnd illph therii. II detcriliw the procets tuu: "Take equal parts (my two tnblesjioon' fill.) of turpentine nud liquid tir, jnit thorn Into u tin pan or cup mid wit liro to tbo mixture, taking caro to hnvo n targe pin under It nt Kifeimrl trs. A dents retin-cu- s iinoke nriMM, milking tho room dnrk. The iwttentiininolfntely teemt to expurienca relief; the cli jklujr and tho ruttlo stop; tho patient fnllt into n tin uber and seem to Tho (Ibrin-oinbtile the tmolci) with pUniuro. membrnno soon lecomet detncbe-l- . nnd These tho pntient ooughs up mlcrobleile". when caught In n gluts may bo mjoii tidU-solv- e smok". Iu tho courso of thren in the uiint ut u Captured by the "tValtor. "New York Sun." Tho othar dny at High Uridgo a gentle, man, with hi wlfo auJ Uttlo boy, left a tablo In ono of tbo Iwcr p.avlllont nud ttartod for tho door, leaving blicauo bohlnd hltu. Six waiter tcizxl it ami bora It to him iu a body. Flr.U (onthuslaitlcnlly) You forgot your cnue, ifrl Second (triumphantly) You forgot your cane, olrl You forgot your Third (confidentially) cane, s.'rl forgot your Fourth (artlotsly) You cane, slrl your forgot Firth (hopefully) You cano, lr! Ycu forgot your Sixth cane, sir! Tho unhappy mnu took tha cans regretfully, bnndud oicli waiter a quarter, and hit wifo timidly. AVifo (Ihroatjnlngly) How much dll you pay tbeinf hair. ("eutlem.in (dospirlnsly) Dollar and a Wlfo (llsgiutelly) And tba cano cost" Qoutloman (sJsouiiJv) FIftoou ceaU ' or four ilnyt tho pntlont entirely recover." The nbovo infoimntlou lint been quilo largely c. 'pie I into tho paper, nnd with it tbo relief nnd euro of KtitU Lockwood, n U child, who wnt dnngorously sick yoar-olwith dtphtliorin, but tbo dUoao readily yielded to tbo nbovo uudoof treatment, and tho chllil wnt cured. A caso occurring in Bo J ton recently h worthy of fioto nt this particular time, when tho two forms of n so nro mlto provnlunL Tho fncts In tho case, iu biief, nro at follows: Jenulo Drown, n child of soma 5 yoirs of nge, wm dnngerou.ly sick with dlpbthorln; her attending physlclnn had no hop-i- of her recovery ; ho doclnrod to u perton thnt out of tbo many caos under hit trentment threo woro beyond euro, nnd llttla Jonnio was ouo of that number. Tho fatbor of tbo child hnd ruad of tbo nbove treatment, nnd, on lilt own rojpontlbillty nnd thnt, too, without consultation with tho attending physician ho obtalnoj tbo mix-turtaking two tabletpoonfuls of each, but he now coniideri that ono of oach and thoro would have boon sufllclont, would hnvo boon list dnngor of burning tho carpot, otc. Tha child was in bod, breath, lug so loud thnt it could be hoard all over tho house; but as soon nt tbo tnr nnd began to burn sbo was rollorod, and breathed qulto frooly, and soon com. mencod to cough nnd rnlto; and to the father's turpi ito nnd dollght f ho commenced to gnln from that moment Ho followed up this trenttuont for three nlghtt, tho attending phytlclai! npproving it, and tho child today it well. Tho otbor two children nlludo 1 to above did not have this form of treatment, and thoy nro numborod with tbo dead. Thi remody may not bo an infnlliblocuro In nil ensot, nnd with nil persons, but surely it could do no harm in enset that hnvo boon given up nt Incurnblo by tho medlcnl men. The father enl I that ho would nd vise tbo removal from the apnrtmeut whore this treatment U Ui bo npplfod of all articles thnt would to likely to bo lnjurod by tho smoko of tbo ingroJIenlo, bofora sotting fire to tho mixture. d dl-es o, are unfit to pull weeds in "tho fence of any progrestive county. I asked several of thee gentlemen why they did not set out true They said they did not have time, hut would do it some time, yet I saw theui sitting on the goods boxes in Medicine Lodge more than six hours tnlking a stream of nothing. There is not one- - of them that could not have planted nt least two trees and thereby added two years to the lives of women brought from eastern homes to tho miscr.ablo excuses where they are nowcoaipelled to eat and sleep. There! remains too much of the cattle man in- stinct that leads ote to search for gold, lay it up and keep in mind the home "bsck Eist." These men will not change and it remains for the new comer to change the face of this country aud make it the para dise non claimed. Lpto this lime there are nine towns In this county though before this reaches you there may be half a dtzen more. The county is growing and there must he a eupply for the demand for towns. One town agent told me that he could make money from a town site that did not have a house within ten miles of it. Ilia father was one of the town site men of eastern Knnaas in its early days. Moat of the settlers nave come unprepared to meet financial reverses and are ready to sell out at a nominal price and move farther West to a better place to grow up with the country. By far the largest number of emigrants pass through to Comanche, Clark and Meade counties and even further West. They don't seem to fear the hot sirocco that may come and the cold blizzards that are They are after land and sure to come. will get it, but little else. J. M. Coopek ITCH cursdln S3 minutes by Wolford's Sanitary Lotion. Thit never falls. Soli by Tenny A McAliiter, Drulsts, Stanford; alto by M. C. corners A D. X. Williams, Jit. Vernon. Whet Will Surely Do It. fUout from many tauses. The Important qutitlon it, what Is sure to make It grow lnaalo? According to the testimony of thouianJi. Parker's Hair Baluw will Jo It. It ijulckly ImIJ tpotj, restores the ordinal color wtuu the lialrii gray orftJel, eradicates cau the sca'p to feel cool aud well. It Is not dj-not grtatr. highly ierfumea, tafo. Nerer dlsapiiolbis thote who retjinre a nice, reliable drestiag. One's hair beglnt to and qualified; and until the first rogular election ts said olucers and until the psrsont elected shall have qualified, R. II. Bronaugh shall hold the olU'C of President nnd Manager; M J. Harris shall hold the office of Secretary and John V. Holmes shall hold the office ot Treasurer of saiJ corporation. The highest auui nit of Indebtedness to which si d corporation shall at anv time subject Itsell shall bf tbuiiinuil ''nl'ars, and co Indebtedness thill b Inclined escort by tbo unnnlmciu vote of tne Board of Directors. The prlvatn property ufthe stockholders shall be exempt from a'l corporate debts and liabilities. Tired and Languid Women. In lettlinouy whereof. o brreuuto subscribe uur How many women there treof whom these words nanip, this tha ISth day of June, 1KI. Slgne.! It. II. llROXAl'bll. '., M. Lasr.kv, a true- "Thty feel languid and tired, hardly James Rkk, John W. iIdlvks, aMctoteer their weight on their feet, the bloom B. 3. Hits:, Hknbv Fclber, all gone from their thetks, irritable and cross M. J. Hakbis. without meaning to be, nerTos all upset, worried with the children, trettei over little things, a hurden t themselves and yet with no acute ! E Whatnpity It is. But a few bottles of . n nll UI. i ........ Ilffri.rTnlf trill. Ul..c,n iuMinj uuureueTe Only Line via thc troubIej .,ecll,ar t0 Know all men by these presents that we, tho undersigned. John W. Holmes, Henry Fulber, B. I a. lllte, L. M. Lasley, R. H. Bronaugb, James Rico and M.J. HarrU havo associated ourselves I' together for the purpose of forming a corporation. under tbeprOTlaioas of Chap. 56 of the General Statutes of tho btate of Kentucky, entitled Incorporated Couipaulee. The name ot the corporation shall be The Kentucky Heat Fender Co., and its principal place of business shall be In Crab Orch- - ' ard. Lincoln countv, Ky , nnd the general cat nre of the business to be transacted by said corporation Is to manufacture and vend B. 8. ilite's Patent Heat Fender Fruit and Clothes Dryer. No. ofLeltvrs Patent, '.'00,9)7. Patented August 13, 1873. The amn.nt of capital stock authorized to be Issued In the name ot the corporation shall be now tlxtv thousand dollars. (!U,OoQ) divided Into shares of one hundred dollars each. When thir-ty-nlhundred dollars of the stock shall have' lioeu subscribed and fully paid up, the remaining Utty-sl- x thousand, oue hundrcl dollars of the cap- ltaf stock shall be Issued at such time as the i Board of Directors of said corporation may au- thorizs by unanimous vote at sever less than one hundred dollars per share. The said corporation is to conrmencc business June 25, 1SS5, and to continue in business for the period of twenty-fiv- o years, unless sooner dissolved by a vote of the ma- Jorlty ol the fully paid up capital stock. The affairs of said corporation shall be condurted and managed by a Board ol Directors composid of Ave, and said Board of Directors shall be elected by stockholders annually on the first Monday in March or each year, and until the first regular election of said Board of Directors, M. J. Harris, R. U. Bronaugb, Henry Fulber, John W. Holmes and L. M. Lasley shall constitute and compose the Board of Directors of said corporation. The ot&ceis of said cosporatlon shall be a PreslJent, who shall act as manager, and a Secretary and Treasurer, and ald oflicers of slid corporation shall be elect- cd annually on the first Mouday In March ot each year by the Board of Directors, acd to bold their respective oilic;s until their successors aro elected DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. I TOOPin I IUFI? nnd NlchtlI Weakness, Sweats. Nervous Sexual Decline. I Leannc-a- . nt Drusrtsta. fl.oo per Cot.. 0 for E. 8. ells, Jersey City, N. J., V.a I Nice to take, trun merit, unequalcd for 2 .j 0 fllVa1 lVff BUI B f l i IKJUU-TOfoI . t Bladder, Inflammation, Irritation of Kidneys nnd Bladder, Stono or Gravel Discuses of tho Prostate Gland, Dropsical Swellinzs, Femalo Dlseasct, Incontin- ence of Urine, nL" DiseusesoJ tho Genitourinary Organs In cither box. 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For full Information, rates at Hotels, analysis of M dklnal Springs, Pullman bleeping Car space, Tickets, Ac, call on or address W. B. McROBERTS, W. II. WHITTLESEY, Ticket Agent, Trav. Paisengcr Jgt Louisville. Ky. Stanford, Ky, O, W. H311TH, II. W. FULLKU, Gen'l Manager, Gen'l Patt'r Av't. Richmond. Virginia. I). O. EDWARDS, Gen'l Western I'aiitLger Agent. Cincinnati, O. THE SEA SHORE. The Mirror I is no flatterer. Would you make it tell a sweeter tale? Magnolia Balm is the charmer that almost cheats the lookiny-glass. the only monument of the kind at Rome, Mag which has never been overthrown, Gen. U. S. Grant, the great soldier, has nificent fountains 45 feet in height, stand surrendered at last to the grim destroyer, A Visit to tho Vatican, the Wonder on either side of the Obelisk. Altogether his death occurring yesterday morning at of Wonders. the approach is worthy of the incomparaJuly 24, 1885 8 o'clock at Mt. McGregor. The Louisville Staaford, KyM ble structure it adorns, ALWATN PRAISING THE LOIUi. Timet in referring to his approaching To the right, at the end of the colonndeath paid the general this deserved ades, is the brazen gate or entrance to the Landodb, N. India, W. P. WALTON. eulogy: "He has rounded out his days, "PnosrEcr Point," June loth, lSSo. J Vatican, where we went another day. been its ter and death, whatever may have Rome, Monday, Feb. 23J. To-d- ay we CONTINUED FJIOM LAST ISSUE. rora in the past, will be welcomed now by is impossible to write down the deep visited the Vatican! Wonder of wonders! be deceived It We trust no democrat will the suffering man, who has felt his life handWealth of master pieces Treasures un into voting for Judge Fox by his specious slipping surelv and painfully away during Impression made by the largest if not somest church on the planet. We walked told of art and science! Who can describe Fretendlng to be a democrat he papleas. the tedious months of his illnea. Through grand this city of n palacr; with ita 20 courts and rades as n prohibitionist, while his candi- out the Union, South as well as North, the under the towering immensity of the dome, and nave ard aisles, amazed and 11,000 halls, chapels, saloons and private of the dacy is almost in the sole interest sense of sadness at his going will be temperrepublican parly, which has given him its ed by the reflection that his speechless ago- still wondering the more the longer we apartments; and 200 stairways, and and virtaal endorsement and any decrease in ny is at an end; that the differing and sor- looked, and that is all I can say, except to and? The famous "Sals guard" keeps to travthe regular democratic majority will be rows of his declining days can disturb him put down a few items, well known How the watch over the fading granleur of the papacy, A detachment is alwaya on duty elers and in all the guide books. coin for it: Were it a fair, heralded as a done, his career no more. His stand up fight on a prohibition issue alone, ended, he sinks into the rest of the grave at original church was erected by the Enpe at the brazen gate entrance, with gorgeous Judge Fox would poll only a few thousand a time when he has more true friends than ror Constantino on the site of the circus of uniforms, covered with an outer coat, but is said to have suffer- if you got one of them to go into the guard vote', but by an alliance with the republi-etn- a at any other period of his life. God rest Nero, where St. Peter Of course Protestants will room he will uncover and allow you to ad ed martyrdom. to poll a numerically respeche hopes his soul in peace." protest to the end of time, that St. Peter mire the artistic clothing devised by table vote, though he has not the slightest It is exquisitely gor Yeoman is conducted by waa never in Rome at all, and Romanists Michael Angelo. decrease The Frankfort idea that he can do more than majority. Some dissatisfaction gentlemen of known honor and integrity, will aver that he was and that his remains geous the hashing crimson ltvery of the Mr.Tate'a this great palace servants that you meet with again is expressed in certain quarters in regard who could not be bought or driven into are now under the great dome of concerning the cathedral. I decline to take sides, except and again as you make the rounds, is of Beginning with 1, 1885, we announce our third to the manner of the nomination of the makinc a false statement beed inspired State debt. We shall therefore accept its to say that while I was in St. Peters, I his designing also. These twin children of latter gentleman, but this has business in Stanford. Our trade has been far beheartily wished (be catholics might be his taste are in perfect keeping with the snore by a desire to find fault than any figures in preference to the Louisville right and half believed they were, But noble surroundings of the Vatican. The Col. Morrow's or those from any good reaKOD. True ho was nominated by yond our expectations; a increase month aftor father to the Sistine Chapel with celling and altar-wal- l the central and executive committees, but other republican source. These latter "the wish was doubtless wholly painted by his cunning hand Is the right, supported by precedent, went in to discover a mare's nest and in- thought," they had the month. We take this opportunity of thanking you for Well, this has been a sacred spot for first thing one is shown after the grand to do bo when there were no other candi- tended to cackle whether they did or not. the year S00 Charle,-magn- e stairway has been mounted and admired your very liberal patronage and assure in our various dates and there was but one state officer to If the Commercial would look at the facts many centuries. In waa crowned emperor here and since the S:ala Regla: And right "royal" stairs less cost- as they stand and not through its republi Denominated. It was the easiest, Best Goods for the Least can gcggteseverytmng uemccrauc wouiu then, many potentates have been invested they are and quite worthy of being the branches our motto shall be ly and the best way nnder the circumstanwith royal authority by many Popes, and entrance to the largest palace in the world ces and the committee should be praised, not not look so intensely blue to it. Again thanking you for favors, we hope to see Then, in dazzling and bewildering turn Money." round slab of porphyry on which they blsmed for their action. The nominee, TnE democratic ticket is James W. Tate the stood to be crowned by the head of the one passes through room after room, wholly AV. Tate, is a tried and true for State Treasurer and Maj. F. D. Rigney Mr. James all of old customers and many new ones in the coming is still close to the great adorned by Rappael, by Angelo, by Guldo, democrat and is as much the nominee as if for Senator. But when you vote this your Romish church, by the first masters of many ages; on to the present pavement. the whole party had declared him so and duty is only half done. See that you are central door on Respectfully, A church 1,500 years old is a very vener- the room where the peerless and priceless it i the duty of every democrat to go to recorded "for calling h constitutional conenvy the sectarian "transfiguration" of Raphael, ia mounted able relic, and I do not tie polls and vote for him. We must not vention, yes on its separate easel; on through suites of bigotry that can despise St. Peter. republican and prohibition trickery allow We have a long explanatory letter from As is well known, In 1,450 Nicholas V., apartments crowded with rare works of art, to reduce our msjority in the State the Judge W. M. Beckner, received yesterday cne of the architectually inclined among the Apollo Belvedere; the Mercury Belvefirst year of the national democratic ad- too late for this issue. He is after us about ''Holy Fathers," determined to recon- dere, the 3 master pieces of Canova, his ministration. Let every democrat there some comments on his Berea speech and the struct the old basilica on a grand scale; but Boxer, Wrestler and Perseus with Medufore vote for Tate aud put the seal of con- we will give him space in our Tuesday's died when the walls were only a few feet sa's head; on to the great Library, down democrat, who paper. demnation on a high. His successors having other things whose corridor vista we looked till a man permits himself to be used to its destrucon hand, 50 years passed before the work turned to a boy at the further end: All MO TES OF CURRENT EVENTS. tion by consorting and combining with the thete passed like a panarama before our was resumed, under Julius ii. enemy. The town of Skidmore, Mo., burned. I had always thought Michael Angelo wondering eyes, leaving us half stupified The trial of Craig Tolliver and eight Loss, $100,000. planned St. Peters. But he only carried with amazement when we got to the end. Judge William Lindsay says be is a others', for murder most foul, has ended at The Pope's carriajes are worthy of men out another plan. Bramante, of whom I More head in a disagreement of the magi- candidate tor the U. S. Senate to succeed never heard till I went to Rome, was the tion; three in number; with the astounding strate, which according to the law, released Mr. Beck. with his plan harness for the horses, hanging on racks Hon. J, A. Munday, of Owensboro, architect, and in accordance the defendants. If is said that the magis Ponderous, gorgeous aid the foundation stone was laid In 150G; but beside them for the trate who decided against law and order, has been appointed Special Agent he did not live long after that and his gilded throwing quite into the shade the went on the bench with his mind made up General Land Office. carried out by those who hitherto unapproachable grandeur of our A. C. Quiaeoberry, an old and deserv- nlan was not and not to be changed by evidence, to reVarious own Lord Mayor's "gooled coach" never is under were entrusted with the work. lease the murderers and great indignation ing newspaper man, to be a deputy tinkerers patched away at it, until in 1540, to emerge again, for comparison with the glad to learn, is felt towards him by the peace loving Collector Robinson, we are There wen Angelo, vehicles of "His Holiness." Judge R. A. Burton, of Marion county, to his everlasting honor, Michael .citizens. It is a great pity that the State getting control, rescued Bramante's muti- the"lst Gala," "medium Gala" and "ordi-nary- " been appointed a Deputy Collector by troops should have been forced to the scene has carry it out. ordered out as the occasion requirCox, and will assume the lated plan and proceeded to in such a farce, but the laws are Collector Atilla to assist He made a lasting monument to himself in ed extra display or a simple airing; but the office on August 1. defective and demand to be changed. At- duties of his During the year ending June 30, 3S7,-8- 21 the glorious dome, that he only lived to papacy is under a cloud and "the church" torney General Hardin is deserving of the immigrants arrived in the United finish the drum of, but left behind him sits widowed in the Vatican now, in the DKALKB IN- warmsst praise for the masterly manner in The Pope being 122,013 less than the immi- models and drawings from which inferior pewoa of her repute! Head. which be prosecuted the offenders, but States, His carriages Hardware, Horse Groceries, Saddles, hands could carry out what the master goes out in state no more. gration during the preceding fiscal year. even his strong arguments could not affect ZValls, Iron, QncciiMWHre, Huggy Whips, hud and hand designed. But again tinker have not turned a wheel since '70, his In the United States there are 24 corn a court with its mind fully made up to ac1"KK1' Wheels Stores, Cane MIIIh, Harness, starch factories. They make 250,000,000 ers came to the front and marred the ma- horses rattleuheir halter chains idly in the quit., The troops will now return home, Spolics, jestic simplicity of the original plan, and grand stable, he never leaves his palace Grates. Chler Mills, CoTorn, pounds of starch per year, of which but it is not their fault that they have ac IlllUH, Stoneware, hid the grand dome by a long projecting now, nor goes to mats at St. Peters; nor Corn Shellcm, Collars, pounds are used in this country. complished nothing. It is some consolaThe King of Dahomey has recently nave, contrary to the design of Bramante does anything the old Popes did in public tion to know however that Tolliver waa innor will he till his "temporal authority" Is Oliver Chillsd. Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Wooden and captured and massacred almost 1,000 and Michael Angelo. The effect they not permitted to enjoy his ill gotten freeCast lumps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Root tended the dome to produce can not now be restored and his "rifled" civil "sovereignty" French residents of hia realm. The unfordom, for immediately upon his discharge ing; and Guttering will have prompt attention. appreciated except from a considerable dis- is given back. Let us hope the carriages tunates will be barbecued for a national he was arrested on a requisition from Ohio, feast. tance. So architects say. I don't know will never be thus used again, and that the Wfifrsmrii John Itr(aht, Jr. where ho is wanted for robbery. It is also A German farmer living near Bloom-ingtoanything about it. I believe them of "Holy Father" will stick to what was good said that he killed a man in effecting it. III., indignant at hia wife for euing course, and the guide book; but I must enough for St. Peter and St. Paul ecclesiHe was lodged in jail against the strong for a divorce, drove all hia stock into hia aay that I waa so paralyzed with surprise astical privilege and right. THE XEW GROCERY AND ITAItDWAItE HOUSE OF protests of his friends and Wednesday barn and set fire to it, perishing in the and wonder and delight at the grandeur continued next issue. taken in irons and chained to his seat to flames himself. and beauty still left, that I would never MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. the scene of his crime, where it is hoped Judge M. C. Alford has resigned as have discovered all these blunders If I had the law will be enforced against him. Judge of the Lexington Police Court to not been told about them. Nor did I see Managed by Jno, B. Fish. -make the race for State Senate and Col.. them, even after being apprised of the The dry weather is makinr the corn It is not certain that the democrats will have a majority in both branches of con Mat Walton is announced for the vacancy facts In the case. The fid la I went to en turn yellow. Geo. Doll, a popular boot and shoe joy St. Peters and not to get Into a contro gress during Mr. Cleveland' term of office. with no opposition, Jly uk yourattestlon to the Oct that they hire Jutt returned from the cities with Una At Bedford, la., Ida Kimball, a beau- versy on orders of architecture. So I did drummer was in town yesterday. Wm. M. Would klr The question is decided against them for Ir.'h and well .elected stock of CHOICE the present Congress, for though they have tiful child, aged fifteen, the daughter of a enjoy it, and was not rasped in mind at all Weber, of Knoxville, Tenn , ia visiting at a majority of 39 in the House, the defeat leading business man, shot and killed W. by the mistakes that Popsi planned and thia place. The day of the election draweth nigh, f Morrison by Logan in Illinois places T. Giles, a prominent music dealer. She architects carried out. claims that Giles seduced her. In 1626, the grand cathedral as it but there Is not much excitement this time. In endlets sarlety, datnty In quality and aallifaetory in prico; lb! wa guarante. Our atm .hall be them in a minority of eight in the Senate. At last at ill tliuea to upply erery want In our liar. "Ex-RebBrigadier" Mahone is com- now stands, substantially, was consecrated We think everything will go off quietly This is inconvenient for the Administration plimented by a correspondent as a skillful by Pope Urban vlii, on the 13th of Nov., and without much noise. for it cin neither enact nor repeal laws, or For the next four weeks things will be obtain the confirmation of its appointments and graceful dancer, bat he will have to on the 1,300th anniversary of the day on Consists o( the Standard Brands ol Europe and America. Our lire line of Cooking Storr tndudta without the consent of ita opponents. This hop around pretty lively if he expects to. which Pope Silvester Is said to have con- lively at thie place. The Teacher's Insti- the Justly celebrated "Great Weatern lltKrtt" and rainy other family laTorltes. Our China, Ulaat will be the situation, with no hope of elect his ticket, or any part it, in the com- secrated the original church, built by the tute will begin next Monday and hold for and Queensware stock con. lit. In part of ralle, Tea and Chamber Beta complete, Olaaaware richly cot name change, through the first two years of the ing Virginia election. It cost largely five days, Then the election and on the Men andetcbed. In the way of Bread.tufle wefor cakeBuckwheat Flour, the queen ol all tribe. Our Ml Emperor Constantine. and paitry, while Blw and Hominy, our own patribrated Patent "G. II." Flour, urWallcd Barnum's big elephant, "Albert," was over fifty millions of dollars. day following that circuit court will condemocratic administration. The terms of otic product., arrayed at faithful adjuncta. All the delicacies In Foreign and Dometllc Confection Personally, the blessed apostle, in honor vene. The indications are that the dockets are here. Tin, Stone, Wooden and Wlllowware, Electric sine democratic and sixteen republican killed in the presence of 2,000 spectators Stationery. Canned Mean and FrnlU Senators expire with the present CongreS, at Keene, N. H. He had killed his keep of whom it waa built, is worthy of even a for this term of court will be 7ttj light. and a complete line of Cigars and Tobsccoa. Well, tbla ia only a hint of what we hare. BellaTlcf er, and was taken to a woods, chained to grander monument. But I think he would We have not heard of any one apply- that we can make It to your Intern!, we confidently aik an examination of our goods aud your patronhut the democrats will have to elect a Beipectlully. TA1 LOU MtOTIlKHH. members of lather have all that money scattered among ing for the position of "correspondent for age. to each of the nine and gain five tree?, and shot by thirty-thre- e the Keene Light Guard. the poor of earth, to feed and clothe the the Interiok Journal" from this place from the republicans to secure a majority. Mrs. Smith, the widow of Fate Strick-lin- e, widows and orphans, than heaped in marPerhaps they think it would be too bard The 17. Y. Sun says: ' The situation is not who was murdered by Floyd Will- ble and mosaics above his poor, mutilated work to write news for so newsy a paper. We perfectly assuring to the democrats, but a victory for them in both branches of the iams, had her trial at the special term of remains if tbey'are indeed there. And I are ready and willing to relinquish our next Congress is by no means out oi the the Wolfe county court, charged with com- think the lesson may even come home to 'position' to any one who will undertake to question. If they would win, they must plicity in the murder of her husband, and our modern Christianity in many parts of do better than we have tried to do, and strike home, and some of their best blows was sentenced to the penitentiary for ninety-n- the world; where gorgeous temples are who will suit the editor. Hope all will not years. erected to the name of the good God, at speak at once. (You suit us O. K. when nuaLiailNoust be dealt this fall, when parts of sever- ine The democrts and republicans of Row fabulous cost; while in the shadow of the you write, but you do not write often al State Legislatures are to be chosen Drugs, Books, Stationery and an county, desirous of a peaceful solu lofty spires, crouch hunger and squalor and enough. J.) which will elect some of the twenty-fiv- e rancy mhiuius. tion of the troubles which so long distract gaunt poverty; and God's dear children sew Senators. One hundred and thirty-liv- e convicts ed the public peace of that county, have even, know not which way to turn lor a were eent from the Kentucky Penitentiary Pbyilcl ana' prncrlptloni accurately compounded, Kentucky had a Court of Appeals nominated a fusion ticket for county offi- crust of bread. "My brethren, these things yesterday, to work in the coal mines in like Michigan, which does not search for cers, a republican for sheriff and a dem- ought not so to be." Western Kentucky, technicalities and loop holes to free law ocrat for his deputy. If any are curious to know the measured Lord Lonsdale and Sir George breakers from penalties imposed by the The new Assistant Postmaster Gener- ment of this greatest of churches, I will have had a fistic encounter, growing Tho Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, lower courts, the reign of lawlessness which al, Mr. Stevenson, is making things live- just add from authentic sources: Length out of the attention each was paying to now disgraces the State would soon come ly in his Jewelry and Silverware department. Mr, Hay used to 213 yards within, or including portico 232 Mrs. Langtry. to a lull stop. Up in Michigan a couple grind out about fifteen new democratic yards. The dome from the pavement to Lower thin bought this market O. D. Brown, who killed the town ETer Lowr.t. toWatchea , Clocks Price Jewelry Reof three card monte men ware tried for postmasters and the per day. The new man is said tho summit of tho gilded crosa 435 feet. paired on sboit notice and Warranted. marsnai 01 Versailles several years ago, swindling a victim and convicted of larceio ere ne irom nicy to a hundred every Diameter of dome 138 feet. It rises 308 feet waa given 11 years in the penitentiary Wedny. The case was appealed but the Judge twenty four hours, above roof. Compared with the length of St, nesday. We hope he will have to serve it. promptly rule! as follows and we commend The Washington correspondent of the Peter's interior (213 yards) wo have St. In accordance with the advice of (Jen. it to our court at Frankfort for ita futuro Louisville Times telegraphs that the PresPauls in London 170 ytrds; Cathedral at Sheridan, the Secretory of the Interior has guidance: uWe do not think it proQtnble ident has appointed 450 postmasters to Milan 14S yards; at Florence 163 yards; decided to turn over to the War Depart to draw ovenice metaphysical distinctions dale, leaving 1,783 to be named, There St. Paul's at Rome 139 yard; all babies to ment the complete control of the Cheyenne to save thievea from punishment. If rogues are about 61,000 fourth-cla- ss postmasters this giant. The outer court ia very grand. and Arapahoe reservation in the Indian conspire to get away a man's money by appointed by the Postmaster General. Of It ia a square preceded by an elliptical Territory. o( twenty-eiginfected cattle Oat such tricks m Ihove which are played here, this number AND 3,500 have been filled by dem spice, enclosed by wonderful colonnade?, in Mr. Joseph Bond's herd in Scott county, it is not going beyond the settled rules of ocrats since March 4. Lsch nine died and nineteen were slaughtered from the muter hand of Bsrnini. JETin-ixitin-- e law to hold that the fraud amounts to ! Judge Lsalis, at Greensburg. issued an contains 4 series of columns, and two round Saturday evening. The spread of the disstealing." order that all parties entering the court elaba on either side in a certain position, ease has therefore been stopped in its inA ml anil complete assortment of Furniture, embracing ey. The only really sensible interview we should be searched In consequence of mark spots from which the spectator can cipience .. ... flin tll.nfitinciS ir. 41. Finest u At 8nmmerahade, Ky., two attaches of avvllilnn .. n NniitH.. flfa ever read from Joe Blackburn appeared in this two men were found with pistols in only see one row, the other three being so Wallace & Co's circus became involved in iiccrt to ro to the Inrfio cities to iuu your make purchases no lnatf av the'Louisville Commercial, but he knocked their pockets. Ooe was placed under bond completely bidden as to seem but a single a row with Wm Grimsley. One of the what quantify or quality youwant, as can ami Jli dtinllcai men kicked GrimIey, who retaliated by all the fat iu the fire by denying that he and the other sent to jail. Mike Rogers, array of columns. stabbing and killing his assailaut. Anoth- any prices yon can obtain elsewhere, freight being added used tho language attributed to him. Ho shot by the Edwards party on Monday, waa In the centre of this elliptical space, er showman took up the fight, but m a full assortment ol Coiling, Cases. Shrouds and Kobes oinbr-a- n ought to have let that one stood and de alive at last account;, but not expected to etands a great Obelisk bro ught from Eypt by the knife of White, a friend of lug all tho New Styles, both cheap and expensive, Vni-room. aied the many Hilly ones charged to him. Hye. opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. to K?me by Ciliguls; remirkable further as Grimaler's. DEATH OF GEN. GRANT. GEO. 0. BARNES. 1 life-wor- k To Our Friends & Patrons: July year's gradual that "The year. BRIGHT t CURRAN. -- W. H. HIGGINS, -- Shoe, 100,-000,0- Inp n, TAYLOR BROS. E:xjT,cr,7,iii,i;. r. FAMILY GROCERIES OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY sne-cese- P'vmw&WSJSston PHARMACISTS, -- (ggftjS MSfe1 lr Cnet-wyn- JEWELERS. "wP- 1, .j ! JBU UNDERTAKER, ....(.a. . VI AL'E iHt .'iirior ht Dealer in ri-m- it I Ahl jfanu-8HtthIu3nta- ior Imnw July LOCAL TIME CARD. ...1 49 . l Five Shares of Farmers National Stock for aale. Apply at the Bank. Bank The trial was set for of Chappell for killing Jones The later sown cucumbers will proinstead of yesterday aa duce the most pickles as the crop is grown y Stanford, Ky., 24, 1885 yer's Row, on Lancaster street. W. P. ton. ,1J33 p.m. well-burne- For Kent. A desirable office In Law Wal- LAN. Mall (ittn Eiptet going North- Houth strain" Houth. " Norn.. n Brick. Two hundred and fifty thousand, hard and for sale by r. m. a, if. Henry Baugbman. A)M VJ The jotb la calculated on aUndard tline, tlm U about 20 minutes Tutor iO(M NOTICES. Holer Sixteen dogs have already been killed by Marshal Kewland under the proclama- tion prohibiting them fromrunning at large except they are muzzled. Let the good Bov your school booki from Penny A work proceed. McAlitter. Local Option is again to be voied on at Watches and Jewelry reprUreri on short notice and warranted by Penny & McAlta-U- r. Richmond and the Ihrahl is making a noDdy the Haas Hoc Kcmedy, the origi- ble fight in favor of its adoption. It is nal and only genuine, from Penny AMcAN slid that the whisky men will spend J10,-00- 0 to defeat it. later. A coMPLrrK stock of jewelry, latent tyle. Jtockford watches a "iccialty. Pen. Lectures. Mrs. C. 8. Nield will delivny A McAliater. er free Temperance lectures at the PresbyFaiimeiw, Kead This. Go to Dr. M. terian church Sunday night next at 8 L. lJourne'a drug itore and get one package o'clock and Monday night at same hour. of riam A. Clark'a Hog Remedy. If you are not natkfled after uaing it your money The lectures are In the Interest of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union and will be refunded. Mrs, Nield hopes to secure a society here. PERSONAL. PrtOF. Jamm Kick, of Crab Orchard wai in to ee us Teilerday, N The Lavinia Shannon Troupe will play at Uustonville the three nights of the Fair -- Mm. Will Uckton, who has been at Yowell nail. No better artists than Miss Shannon and Mr. Giles Shine come juite ill, is somewhat better. to this section and they give an entertainMisj Klla IU.mskv went up to Ml. s In every particular. ment Oar Vernon yesterday to villi relatives. West End friends should give them a libMn. C. II. AmiensoN, an enterprislnc eral patronage. Dinville merchant, was here, Wednesday. Miss Annie McKinney is spending The intensely hot weather has had a a few weeks with her grandmother, Mrr. very depressing ailed on all kinds of busiGhent. ness. The thermometer has registered as Mrs. S. 8. Myeiis and Miss Mary high as 100s, but we have heard of no one Myers are attending the High Bridge seriously affected by the heat. Eight perCamp Meeting. , sons died from its effects in Louisville in In S'anfotd, Mn. and Mrs. Georoe II. Bruce who one day and the mortality in other cities gow. situated on the corner of Main Street and Lojan Arenue. have been staying at Eitill Springs, return- was even greater. The lot front 170 feet on Main Street and 500 RELIGIOUS. ed yesterday, on Lojn Arenue. The houm la Inme, newly repaired and haa ilx rooms and upper and lower e One of the many attractions at the Mies Lizzie Burnh, a rery handsome Mj. Barnes will learn with pleasure balls. Fair will be a balloon awension on Onttmlldlugi lady from Buffalo, N. Y., is the guest of that a few of his faithful friends still meet trcei on tbelot. good, and a gooda aslectton of fruit bargain to the Will tell t the first day by "the heroine of the 19th Mrs. 8. A. Irtlne. J, T A LCO ft .V, once or twice a week at Mrs. Harris' and purchaser. Stanford, Ky. Mr J. A. Middour, of Waynejboro, century," Mile LeBircb, who will make hold prayer meetings. Pa., was here yesterday in the interest of her flight to the clouds en a single trapeze from Rev. H. C. Morrison has returned bar, on which she will give a darting perNotice. the Ueiser Manufactory. Macksville, where he held a tea days' Several persona contemplate going formance aa the ''City of Berlin" rises in meeting without visible results bo far as The belra of Frggy McPherno, deed., are notifrom here on the Old Point excursion, the air. It will be worth going many miles sinners are concerned. to see. which leayea by the K, C. Julr U7th. at Dr. Guer-rant- 's fied to call on rxe for thtlr dlilrlliitlve ahare ol There were fifty additions Mm ii m TF". 31. her estate. BVDIEItAIt. Mits Ada Shuck, of Lebanon, passed meeting at Wilmore in the last two Those clever railroad official-- , Mr. July 17, 18S5. Adair. (0 It) up to Dripping Springs yesterday to be Frank Harris and S, Irvine, have arranged weeks. Some of them will join other than joined Monday by her friend, Mis Lettle to run a private coach from here Saturday the Presbyterian church. Helm. afternoon to the High Bridge Camp MeetFor the first time in thirty years the DANV1XXJ2, KY. JurxjE M. C. Sacfley is in Wayne ing to return that night, and have In- Kentucky Conference M. E. Cnurch South n The ixixt leselon of tbli old, making speechee for his kinsman, Judge vited a number of their friends to accomwill meet In Versailles this fall. Septemwill open Wednwday September 2 Orer 90) Alumni. Full Faculty and two full counts ol W. S. Stone, democratic candidate for the pany them. It will be a very delightful ber 9 has been fixed as the date. tudy. Literary and Sctn(tlc. Tuition HO, and Slate Senate. Subscpiptions for the proposed Catho-M- r contingent lf S5 per annum. Free tuition to tons trip and their guests are anticipating it of tninlitera and itudenti of limited means. FurMiss Belle Tyree, of Stanford, spent with much pleasure. uniTorottT t Waahlncton. D. C, reach nished rooms, rent free, and cheap board In College worthy applicants. Society refined and KTcral days with Misses Mattie and Lula almost $5,000,000. Work on the build- llome toNo saloons, eeml ror catalogue. Ground was broke on the Chesapeake h ing will not be commenced until next sea- moral. Parrisb and other friends in the counO. BEATTV, LL. D , Pres't. (0 It) Nashville Wednesday at Gallatin, accomty. Kichmond Herald. son. At the urgent request of many friends Mns. Georoe Crawford and Mr. 2J. panied by much enthusiasm and speech The Sam Jones meeting In Hopkins making. A bank president used the pick tobacco wareO.Crawford, of Louisville, are at Hale's ville will be held in a large P. SIMPSON, Well for a couple of weeks. They are ana a lawyer the snovel lor ine nrsl cart house, which will be lighted with gas and hereby announces himself a candidate lor the Leg. brothtr and sister of Mrs. A. S. Moflett, load of dirt and it was dumped by another arranged to seat more than 1,000 people. Islature from Llnoln county iu a Prohibition prominent citittn. The people are in great Platform. who is also there. They need something like that down there glee over the beginning of the grand enterMrs William Duke, of Boyle, is an -- Times. prise. J. C. Rodemer Is the best man that applicant for the College here and she and Pr. Lansing Barrows hajj sent out min- Pension Claims iheCjI. were up Tuesday, Mrs. Duke is could have gotten the work and he deserves utes of the Southern Baptist Convention. WITHOUT FEE it said to be a very accomplished lady, with It appears that the white Baptists of the Unhvs succeielul. Twenty years experience. Ap The Blue Grass Base Ball League was South have 570 association!; 14,102 church-ei- ; ply to some experience in teaching. 31ILO 11. STF.VESS A CO. Mr, and Mrs David Loian and Mn. organized last Monday in Danville and OFFICES, Washington, D.C., Cleveland, O., 997,509 members. The colored Baptists Detroit, Mich., Chicago, III. Birah JanePerrin returned to their homes will be composed of picked nines from this have 7.4S0 churches, with 871,043 mem in Missouri yesterday, greatly to the regret place, HarroJsburg, NichoIavllle, Somer-seran- d bers. Total Baptists in the South, 1.86S,-55- 2 Dinvllle. Etch nine Is to play the of their relations and friends. Mist Hhc-d- a Baptisms for the year were 61,301 WRIT OF ELECTION. others two games and the home nines aro whites and 33,533 colored.' Lunsford accompanied them. ON MONDAY, AUG. 3rd, 1SS3, Mifs Lucy Tate, ofj Stanford, who to pay the visitors $25 for, each viit. A LAND. STOCK AND CROP bad been visiting friends in this county, guarantee of 5200 by e.ich nine has to be Election! will be held In Lincoln county as indibelow to left on Monday. Mrs. U W. Lillard and put up to insure this and the amount has -- Grsss and Brier Scythes. T. R Walton. cated thn MTftilfill the vacancies mentioned: to TOtinz nrecincta of the county, Id already been raised here and put in bank. mules. For fill a vacancy In the othce of County Judge, and In daughter, Miss Sadie, left Friday for" Crab Pnn Rat.e. IS Turnersville, Walnut Flat, Crab OrUustonville. Orchard and Dripping Snrings. Lsbaoon H.J, McRoberts will be captain of the particulars addreees A. D. Root,Stanford.4t chard and Way nesburg civil dlstiicts, respectively vacancy to Stanfordsand will select a nine ol the best Standard. 75 or SO shoats of 100 to of fill a districts In the omen of constaoie in racn I want to buy uld J. Y. 3IKXKFEE. Sheriff Lincoln County. Senator J. II. Bruce still remains at material. 125 lbs. W. H. Birtluon, Stanford. the point of death. Wednesday morning James Forsjthe, of Mercer, sold to Died. Near Rock Cistle Springs, Ky., be professed religion under the ministra- after a brief illness, Josephus Campbell, Ineal Brown a lot of cattle at 5 cents per tion of Rev. Goodloe, of Lancaster, but de- aged 77 years. He was born in Lincoln pound. A Desirable Farm Containing about 100 lirium coming on shortly afterwards his county, and was postmaster at Stanford for John C. Clay sold to Geo. Becker, of Acres of Good Land, ravings were terrible to witness. situated many years. Practiced law in Somerset a Cincinnati, 30 head of 770 lb. fatheifera at Nearly all In. cultivation,road, abouton the Stanford 2 miles from and Lancarcr turnpike Lancaster, Ky. Well ltuproveJ. Will be sold number of years, and has been for the past tc,Winchester Sun. LOCAL MATTERS. such a Farm nrlritelr. An? Choice country butter is quoted in get the particularsone in need ot J. Potter on csn thirty years an important fixture at Rock the by calling on undersigned at GUberta Five hundred seasoned oak posts and Castle Springs and owner of Sublimity Louisville at 8 to 10 cents. Beet cream- place or addrceslce the Ky. i.'reekLlncoln county. "JOO.000 poplar shingles for sale by George Springs in its palmy days. A large circle ery only commands 20 cents. F. tor E, II. Smith's Heir JOUSAgent noi.TZCVAW. a 6 5m Jacoby, Sr, sold his crop of Jacob D. Wearer), Agent. of friends and acquaintances will recall new wheat to T. I. & C. S. Brent, of LexThe K. C. sella round trip tickets to Es- kindly Uncle Seaf. and Aunt Mandy. An ington, for 85 cents.-TP- aris Kentuckian. till Springs, good till September 30tb, at honest, just and charitable old man has John A. Judy has purchased of H. S. gone to a goodly reward, C. J3 GO and to Blue Lick at $5 10. -- AT DANVILXE- ,m Judy,4S head of fine fat cattle at 5J cenu, A score of white and perhaps double to be shipped August 1st. Winchester B K. Wearen has employed a firt-clas- s C & 4:, upholsterer and those needing his ser- that many colored republicans met here Democrat. yesterday afternoon and organized in conKy, Smith & Anderson, Dinville, vices should apply at once aa hia engagevention by electing J. E Huffman, Chair- have a superior article of Fulti eed wheat ment is only for a ihort time. Competition Open to All. si ii man, and P. M. McRoberts, Secretary. A for sale. Only one year removed from the No Entrance Fee. Bright & Curran cut loose on coal. committee consisting of one person from " Northern seed. Premiums Paid in Full. Any coal in the association delivered in each precinct was appointed to consult on county farmer haa 140 acres A Fayette Everybody Invited. town by the car at 10c or 0c on the track. the advisability of nominating a candidate wheat which will average twenty-fou- r Excursion Trains ana Reduced lOo and report to the convention. Tbey retir- of The best Jellico coal at lie delivered, Bates. bushels to the acre. He sows about one en track. ed and after a long delay reported that they bushel of salt to the acre of wheat, and, ?r. J. LVLE, rrcHlflcnt. 39-F. F. BoniiiTT being engagtd as a coun- could not agree and wished the question re- even in years of general failure, has large J. XI. 31 EX Ell, Secretary. sel in the Chappell murder cue will not ported back to the convention. A majority yields. PIAXOS, ORGANS, MUSIC, Ac speak at Milledgevllle Friday 2Kb, but and more of the committee, we afterwards The Louisville cattle market is easy will speak at Huatonville 25th and to- learned, were unfavorable to a nomination. and trading light. Prices run from lj to We are agents for the old and reliable John After the committee was discharged Geo. 5 cents. Hogs are active and higher and Church Co., of Cincinnati. Ohio, for the sale ofand night at Brlght'a School House. Organs, Automatic Musical Instruments W. Gentry, colored, made a strong speech are quoted at 3J to Sheep are slow and Musical Merchandise In Lincoln and Oarrard The good templars and Sunday-schoo- l counties, Kentucky. 3Ionthlu VaumentH advocating a nomination, suggesting the lambs quiet at 1J to 3 for the former and received until raid for. I7ic best Htitntlard people of the Halls Gap neighborhood Co., Uajeltpn Bros., mahcrn eon,Wm Knabe.t New England Pianos, name of Col. J. W. Weatherford and urg- 3J to 4 J for the latter. Everett and Deoker A will give a grand temperance picnic at this was emphatically the republiIn Organs, the lollow-lu- g ing that Geokgetown Court. The weather was either upright or iquaro. Clough. A Warren, John that place on Saturday, July 25th. The n inaeers: cans' chance to elect a member to the unpleasantly warm and the streets showed Church A Co. aud the Sterling, with thi patent cordially invited to attend. The public are Mr. UuOman then called Judge nothing of the ububI Court day activity. llilme Ili'ltH Attachment, Muslcil InThe O'fHrVoii.an Automatic grounds aro opposite Mr. Thou. D. Hill's. Lytle to the rhalr and warmly seconded The most of the cattle offered were with- strument, toe most perfect In the world. . Illustrated catalogues icut tree to all who apply, BtsiDES the fine animals and articles to the nomination of Col. Weatherford, whom drawn. This was due to the scaro on alto the best references from those who have bought nnd tried auy of the above mudcal Instrube exhibited at the Uustonville Fair, there he complimented in the highest terms. of the pleuro pneumonia which, aa Address us ut (Stanford, Ky. fall to Judge Lytle then said. "All in favor of claimed, has made lta appearance in the ments. will be eide attractions that can not S. Ml. A L. J. COOU. nominating Col, Weatherford will make it county. One bunch of fat cattle sold at 4 amuee any class of spectators. Billoon rope walking and In fact a verita- known by a rising vote." Perhaps half of cents per pound, and one bunch of heifers ble circus can all be seen for the price of the meeting arose and then the Judge at $17 45 per head. No mules on the marone admission. The crowd bids fair to be without takicg the vote on the negative ket, and but few good hordes.-T:ira- e'declared the Col. nominated and politely the largest ever there. The experience of a Clark county farm"dismissed" Jailed. John Marcum and his two enthuiiaem the convention. There waa no er, C. D. Ecton, in an experiment with and no one took accasion to snrlnc wheat la worthy of the attention of daughters, Lucy and Elbradie, came to yesterday and swore out warrants spout offensive partisan poppycock, It h the agricultural community in this lati town against Ed. Johnson, Sim Embry, Allen said that Col. Weatherford wrote a letter tude. Mr. Ecton' winter wheat crop havHansford and two other as mean negroes, positively declining to be a candidate, but ing failed, he sowed in its stead spring charging them with pursuing the girls for the action of of yesterday may change his wheat. On that part of hh farm where capital man in many re- he used one to one and a half bushels per bse purposes. The three named were ar- mind. He is a too much so to be a repub- acre, his yield of spring wheat amounts to awaiting an ex- spects, entirely rested and are now in O. O. & bushels, and to thirty-fiv- e 9 o'clock thia morning. The lican, and he is not one of the bitter sort. from twenty-fivamination at was present, taking an active in tho aggregate his eighty bushels of seed girls say the negroes ran after them cursing Mr. Babbitt J. 0TTENHEIMER, Jour.n,i hallnnliu'. but used no vulcar Ian- - interest, but evidently did not enjoy Mr yield 300 'o 1,000 bushels.-Cour- ier I Gentry's remarks about him. Crab Orchard, Ky. nal guare first-clasm after the hottest weather has passed. PlantThe Kentucky Central will hold its ed late, they also grow so rapid I v that they train at Paint Lick till 5 r. m. and evade the ravages of the striped bug. for the benefit of those attendDRIPPING SPRINGS. ing theKirksville Fair from this section. If you want to spend a pleasant day All persons having claims against the and eat a splendid Dinner, go to Dripping estate of Thomas Wallace, dee'd, are di- Springs next Sunday, July 20 :h A Dinrected to present them to me properly ver- ner will be set fit for a King. ified Immediately. J.B. Paxton, Admr. 2t D. O. Slaughter. Grand Public Picnic, August 1st. The (Sold & Silver Band returned from The annual reports ol the collectors of Rock Castle Springs yesterday charmed with the place, its proprietors and the internal revenue for the fiscal year ended guests. the boys go to Kirksville June 30, 1885, show that there are 327 disto play for the Fair. tilleries in the United State3, as against 382 last year; but the 327 turn out in round 'FquireM. S.JlASTiNcame in yesterday numbers 101,000 gallons distilled spirits for the county attorney to pioecute Will-laper diem, m against 158,000 gallons which Hull Harris for maliciously cutting the 382 produced per diem last yer. It his brother-in-law- , Armp Petrey, a few is an odd fact that there U now apparentweeks ago. The trial will be at Highland ly for the first time a rum distillery outSaturday afternoon. Harris has been hid side Massachuset's It wai established at ing out since the cutting. Covington, Ky., during the last fiscal year, and yields about 450 gallons per MARRIAGES, day. The moonshiners of Sumner county, William R. D.iugbcrty and Miss Sarah Tennessee, who recently murdered Deputy N. Diugherty were married at Capt. WillMarshal Miller, have reorgonlzed to repel iam Daugherly's yesterday. Asaph yesterday afternoon in any raid by the United States marshal that At the St. the presence of the guests of the hotel, Mr. may be made up on them, John J. Moberly and MIm Eama Higgin-bothaFamous Peerless'Tmction Engine were united in marriage by Eld. At prlratc sale, 20 per cent, oil Hit, on reasonable terms. Muit and will be sold. Guarantied good Jos. Billou. Many of our young gentlemen will aa new. The purchaser finding the crops failed could not pi 7 for It. Inquire oiedltorolthli paper. remember Mies Janie Warder, the prettv young lady who spent last summer with SEW ADVF.UTiREM.EKTH. the Misses Thurmond. Well, she was married at her home in Hiseville last week Town and is now Mra. J. M. Stallawortb, wife of the principal of the Normal School at GlasI desire to sell my dwrlltns-bousy To-day m stated. 3 BK.ND I OK A CATALOG VE Of Garrard Female College, LANCASTER, KY. Larger Corpi ol Initructora than any Female Col leg; In the State. llulllngs new and appoint- - uenU uuexcel'ed. Teru-- reionable. Next es'!ou commencei Auiuit xtit, 18S3. for further tntormatinn, addreis MOt'.RH EVANd, V. D., Fm't. References Wo refer by permluon to the follottine gentlemen Hli Excellency, J. Proctor Knott. OoTernor ot Kentucky, Frankfort, Kj.: Oen'l Fayette Hewett, Slate Auditor. Frankfort. Ky, Col. It. D. Allen. Supt.Ky. Military Institute and Preiident Ky. Teaibera' Association, Farmilale, Kt.j Col J W. Tate, fetate Treaurer, Frankfort, Ky.; Frot J Deiba I'lckett, Supt, ol Public Imtructlon of Kentucky, Frankfort, Kr.; Got. Luke P llhukburn. Loi.uvllle, Ky.; Oot Jamei H. McfVeary Hlchmond. Ky : Uen'l H King Whltp, Plue B'tifi. Ark.: Ker. It. 11. Karnaugh, State Ct.ip aln, Frankfort, Ky. (3l-2- TIHIIE CHEAP GBOOBR. Desirable Property. e T. R. "WALTON, -- DEALER IN-- - - Hus-tonvlll- tf Administrator's r O Ui w H CENTBE COIEiGUG, Inatl-tutlo- And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. Hi ADDITION TO UP.OCEMES AND PBOVI?IONS, HE KEEPS t. Tin-- , Glass- - Prosecuted and Queensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. Canned Goods from the Best Canneries of the Country. I CENTRAL KY. PAIR .II. -- For Bargains, There Is No Place Like the Corner of Main and Somerset Sts. AUOUST 5, 7. -- inrixoxiXSSAiix: prices i Over 40 Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagons, Over AO JPnrm ,, Wagons and many other Goods to be PRICES. RETAILED AT WHOLESALE Too Many Goods on Hand's; Trado 1b Leg-latur- e. Dull and They Must Bo Sold. sc-co- GEO. D. WEAREN, Miiutiructurcrfe' ArchI. 37-l- LOGS WANTED. "The Bourne from which no Traveler Returns Sick." CATECHISMS TOR OLD CHILDREN. Who la the oldest man 1 Dr. Brown Who la the wisest man? Col. Foun'ain Box Fobbltt. Who la the handsomest man 1 Dr. Ed. Kites. Wbat tbreo couples are going to marry next week? This Is a secret, but Dr. Uourne will tell yw, Who deal with Dr. Bourne? All who waqt good goods aud cheap prices. Who Is Ben B. Swope'a aweetheart ? Ask Luclen L&sley. Goods, b'peUades, Mixed Articles, Sb.ir-casralnts, Stationery, Toilet Articles, Books, Slatoa, Ac , Ac, Ac. Who is the luckiest man 1 Hoott M. Jones, (his wife lias triplets.) Who is the sharpest person 7 The one who deals witb yours truly, till the cows come home, e I will pay the highest price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and jli Hickory Logs delivered at any station of the or S. R. L. N., K. R. 31. I. IJOURXE, AT THE NEW DRUG STOHE, STANFORD, KY. Wbat does Dr. Bourne keeo? He doew't U anything; he uUt ell kinds of .Medicines, Fancy ' MX4MMtKmnrmMmrtMmmtmaNXBmMmmMMViiinaB T Semi.SatHnnfrioronnm v POOR MA'M'SELLE! Frank Leslie'. wig, nnd tsok Sho wore n buttcr-colorolicr complexion out ot n box; but, for oil deceithat, ber friends did not eonsldor tful They regnrded tho wig and tin lit tit patent blushes as n part ot the exigencies of hor profesioa Doubtleii they wero right; doubtlew, nlao, they xrtra profeskmally our-rein nddressins tbo piteous little bjlng ns Mn'm'folltf, although sho was the hontst wife of a male erenture of no ronlblo vnltu to this terrestrial ball, and reeiringly neither fjeOd enough nor bad enough to be wanted in celestial or infernal region;. Eliza, Jlrs. Tommy 0 Grady, or, ns the bills on e cry barn and fonco in Hucbanau county had it, "Mademoiselle Dain Ello d wooden houses; lir ct (! Without Change andwlth Speed Unrlvalei Delafontalne, tho noted soubrette and prima I will deliver U to regular cuitomenlr Hinford lately from tho cnpitels of Europe," donna, SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE ;and vicinity every mor Jirf at was ns full of uuhappinest as her poor R U L"l MtliUTDTUE elwsrflh little body and soul could hold. ONEIICENT PER POUND vention. Her baby was dead. How many dreadful, Accounts due at the close cf each Month, or hereby required to j 4. ThatnllAMSforare dreary months ngone she had lost him, God when customer oults. oiwn In hl In a column which ech enroll. 11. li. IlAllUOW. only knows; her remembrance seemed tj the names or all AnfMjr'slxwWrjrthatl'urpoee, PUUIWAH CARS grope back through an eternity of deprivaright cltlns having tho1M. to sole' Aeors ahull How she had worked I.' k, Atontcomtry, Atlanta, Savauuati, tion. and detlves for tbo year name of any person (( r v, in, Mobile, and New OrleaLe Ja. ' not enroll in auch eolumn the know that he Is ennied herself and aspired for him! Tho St. Saw unlwithcy shall at the Uuie fruition denio d her stunted life she droamol ald election; titled to vote ror iupre.tntativeof BEST ROUTE TOFLORIDA loundfil or, y upm nnd hoped to And for bin, and the little UH and such lnolJ AM lAIJIllKll T.Mtll, in Palace Care Without Change bud, alasi had been too Under even to blosrnthe penonal neiaintnce ol the AsretMt, or by hm direct-- y J efficient information obtained enrolled; or (I) On top or the Knobs, close by J. Carter's Grocery som this sido of tho fields of light. She was ho name Is rson SHOHTLINETOTHE EAST froiu the f Store. thiuking it all oror for bo atatemeut under oath, from other Vtua L la PtUccCart without cl..rr. "rcdliable persons nbo knose tbe tat ts neceseary VOtiTIi Af lVUEi:i,F!ll, Vvaiirletor. time ouo gusty Saturday night, as she sat voter Any Asseaeor niiallaeatlon ofi-ncorner of the little imin the screonod-oi- l totho Per all kin Ji or general Lumber. Mhlntlw. ,c, in Ul column any liaiie. without provised theatre, waiting for her cue. Tho Inowledwor inforuiatlon. shall l deemfr.1 Sullty bulldersandotberacdu uot ftudatietter Market to rertiie special law ratea thctuielves. Uur motto la "Owl Material wind flared the llama of the smoky of iu elfineanor and fia.l in a sum or uoi im i.m.4 suit UeaHiaaNe Kates." PeetetSce addrew, Halls ui tbla l,Mny toi r.tM, POIM group, ni ler twenty njr wore tb.in ntty uoiiara ior racii fine Uip, Ky. k lamps, and made them smokier stib. "riu CPMUH 0 P "I guess I must harry said tho . eierynauic thus Iraporerly enrolled, "hlch the facetious 'lbs dialogue between Lt'ulevillrt. K, you:; Ionian, loading her List te recovered In any Court bavlu Jurisdiction or the eeuiuMti lover and tho heavy father wa evichild away. ' and shall be Ut the hem fit audi' dently throwing tho not iald Akeawr ahall lK) lotKSiJ Ma'm'sell; was terribly hurt Her heart JjEB T. HUFFMAN, JSLvi..?iI law. then In force to rrevrnt II of delight. Sua wondered, ence into cstocles had so unrmed to tuo stranger nnd her child WUUC1JSON D1SKTIMT, roluiun written In a lair, in a kin 1 of sluggish undercurrent to her that she had contemplated offering thorn UrANFOItlJ. kV. eald Aseestor lok tothe Audit-o- r, Dressed Pino Flooring, Ceiling, Weather OSce-rioretornd. with uth eld Main Htreet, two doors abort retrospection, how people could laugh so! ' complimentary tickets U tbo Monday's who shall make out a copy or ld colBiune and Boards, Finishing Lumber, Green State, the Myers Hotel: Toor little Ma'm'selle Desireo Eli.s Dilafou- - j dero!t saiuo In the office ct the fceretaty ofAstern-blAs sho stood twisting her lingers rnra Nitrous Oztic Gat altalnlittrtl whin reto be retried bv lilut to the next lieneral Lumber in the Rough, including talua, painted littlo doll of a soubretta, together nud looking the plcturo of irresoquired. littlo mother; woful parody lution and distress, not knowing whether to Laths and Shingles. i 5. It shall I tbe duty of each Aieer In on youth and light-hearlns; the angels return to the "hotel" or go on to church, orSco for the year 1M5. before he shall have eater-c- l DH. W. JJ. l'ENNV. Por tbe convenience of oar customers In Stanmust have wept tho tear sho dared not me niMjn the duties or hie ouVe. to go before the young woman arranged and the shed lest furrows bo plowed in tUi stagj looked back, nnd was movod Judie of the Ceunty Court and makewill fa thfull) ford HVefvicinity we havehie yards auwltn Urn, with compasaieertment HTANFOIID, KENTCCKT. I'e'll It. Lumber, to keep on oath I do .olemnlT swear that 1 rases, and the littlo world waiting to be sion for the dejectod little waif. a rote A ping aceftaln the number of o.uaHned pereons toI have otour uidlrect. where they can get It ae cheaprr Offlee on Lancntcf street, text lxr ti aniusod be disappointed by glimpses of the went through the good, wholesomo alio make eiUtmiti from "Bo still!" commanded tho doctor, sternly. lie will for UerrrcnUtivcs In the district lor which creature 'j Jot KXAt, othio Otfre hours fiom B to 12 a. handi, which we will all on ehort ant will year cheek beneath I Pitiful, piti- solid back! Ojwn hor been chosen Assessor for she M.and 1 toSr. u. Anettaellcaadtulnlitered wmt .1 br tiure. a3 way thought of tho man "Move fresh- - complexloned dress somebody!'' carclully retort the nine the the ISM,relurii ISM. any mbllle not n JIKLVIX t' 1A VIS, uotlc. In The ful contrast betwosn what she was and wounded en the ll'l-lyr.- J young woman ceceiiary. to Jericho. "I'm nit o'May, Lily, Ky. first day What she sought to appear! no longer opened tbo me as Aiictsor el tax by the u betkr'n a priet an Levite," sho thought, J 6. fald Atesjors are hereby rtulreM iocx-aShe had the part of a farmer's daughter, as she went quiokly back to Mn'm'sello, jacket A long curl, oncofair, and Iceon cath as to bi right to vote lit Keprvaen und was dressed in accordance with tho held cut ber bauds as ono would to n way- but now drenchod through nnd through tatlve.aty crfn of ithoie right so to votoeucn & MISSISSIPPI ..Js,r km W .lnui.t whatever, and any. one Ktao traditions of that insipid character. faring child. "I don't care what your busi- with a horriblo crimson stain, and a withHor short white skirts were gay with red ness I," she said, stoutly; "you're a good ered chrysanthemum, snapped off closo to Ihusexauilncd who ahall knowtrglyto swear falsely all the pates shall b liable aalohlisaldrlKht. ribbons, her azure jacket was resplendent woman, I'll be bound. Como along with tho stem, fell out The Wrect Haute te and tensities of the crlino of perjury and every with tarnished tinsel, her pink stockings Somobods. anxious to be kind, ran for tho Ameso'ihall write opioelle to tbe name ol cath me?' were vory pink, her low-cslippjrs exceedminister. Tho rest, In breathloss silenco, person thui sworn the word "tworn. "You wouldn't mind?'' quorioJ Ma'm'sllr, o from ouo arm swung a waited for "tbo change." ingly low-cui 7. Itahall be the duty t.f the fieerelary ol plened, but doubtful. Act advertltd In one "tck'r E. H. BURNSIDE, with buttercups and hat, wreathed The minister, a man, enmo in btate to have this "Law! no," said tho young woman, blushnewepaperlneacheouutyor the toeamonwealth n popple; from the other a shining tin pail ing, but protesting with unnecessary ill haste and prayed for the parting soul, for ioi.r wKks. nearly or next preeedlnit the North (it an houthweit by the sj o' depended; in ber meagr. little banls was a and In oue of the dally papers of iheeltyof This Old and Well - Known "Here, Addy, take hold of tho and went his wiy again, grieving over n lost daja Imsaedlately rj'" Ui'svlile b'r thirty bouquet of paper rj?. huge Her lady's hand." spportuulty. Tho ears hi wuuld fain have MiriMVir.LK orCI.VOIXXATI. Hotel Still Maintains tberett; and In every county said Secretarya shall life Loro almot as slight s resemdo.ir copy Ma'm'selle's eyes shone as the little velvet reached seemed closed taall earthly sound. eaure to - imted at the Coart-HouHigh to that of a blance' Ma'm'selle lay iu n stupor, from which she In band bill form. jr at lat palm was c nlldingly clasped iu hers. of laid bill, printed ChtUH.t lor All Tuoinfi AND make ohtrdhed woman as the pap;r four cmeecuttvewtCKS ieror-u,ii fuliiiettiui atiiviue ard Ciniinnatl Light-- a Tho sermon was long, the benches hard, ;ould not hi roused. Only that slow nnd xiuiuo wild the E In her bauds did t- - the dewy high and narrow, but, nil Tli. l'nl.llr PrinUrt hereby- teoulrnl to Ite. Proprietor it Determined thrtt dlrretUxprrt. ur. tbe lhie i nlng drawbacks con-- j Iroadful liftiug anl falling other breast tirintfvobundrnloptreof the tnurth, Fltth aud h o MtMiM'j.p: ir ! splendors of tho queen of flowers. Like sidered, Ma'm'sell was less unhappy than told that she w.u not yet summoned. it Shall be Second to no Country j.tiii ana all wl3U West. of thle At I. anj then deliver to Topsy, she never hnd any parents, she was mw woum uave ooen uau euo At the turn of the night her sightljss eyes sixth seetlonsof State, whose duty it ahall be tf n T ,r 4 1 fi Hotel in the Btato in ita Fare, Ihefcecreltry ''vilie vt lale-taUen tuo allowed to grow by n stepfather a question and nali to't lo.le.l fig ta-- hours tragedienne's advice Tho text was some- unclosed, nnd she cried out: "Say It! oh, say tranemlt tbeaa to the varlout County tterki, thwo Appointment, or Attenquicker than aoroi net Ha, giving our (Hnre profesable ornament to tho it ehallbe tbe duty of thing about green pastures and still waters, it! the Good Shepherd the GjjI Shepherd prompUy In tbe hands such Clerks to place tax lor tion to Comfort of tiue for raeile aud But iholie ' eoa'i la tratni of eicta Awteeot ot sion. He taught her to stand on one foot nnd and what followed depicted such tint gives HUllfe His life, an 1 anlgreen the year l&M, going Weal. reepectlv. countlea It n their duetts. ing ono couplet, uhile the other foot was land peopled with n host that had fair rasturos " Her voice waver I anl sank aballalsilw the la their tbe Public Printer lo duly ol suf-drawn back and turned down, the toss fered and sorrowed and striven this side th .way almost to n whispjr, taja rjw into an prlut rive thousand copleeortbis Act upon a erf b. IliOCnve trill be caaeejet tc aad from the At l2Hours Quicker J.'.'in.vr any crejary irate eheet and deliver them to the touching the floor; to rever o o position swelling flood I such meetings with tho lovod, Tppealing cry. "Oh, say it:-- ' free or charge. Special acMmranJatl one .mt b('iii i,j 4j , I v u(.;m. who shall forward the txmt to the County nnd sing another couplet, M wnlk around in not lost, when those that had sown In sadAddy's mother, clasping her unbarmsl. Mate, to ComraerclnlTrsfclers. The itarnlll countlee In ucb nnaebere a Inay anrrUe4 vellh the ebelrrtt a circlo nnd throw kite uhile perpetrating ness and tears came one bv one to the Lin 1 sleeping child to lur heart, fnlUrel out tbo Clrrki ol tbe various Art for each to provide it least twocvi'f tiramt.or Llnoore nn ' lcri. u chorus. That was all. Naturally she ot tho Reaping, as swelled Ma'm'sello'a text As sho finished, with a sudden, clad vtiugirtclnet. andM'l Clrke shall del ver the Mine to the nherlffor other otllcera eeting in place on to tho fctage; just as nnturally, heavy heart almost to bursting! It was n exclamation, "Robin!" Ma'm'-ell- e drifted went out thereof, a I It ihall the duly .( euch sheeltl - Alwaya nahee- pocketed ber salary, nnd commonplace hV foater-tiarofrom tho shams that bad been her lifo. and orvtheroWcert 'P el me rape or sail act at cjci; I .Triyy?; mv vrL ic. i P 'li. Av ' discourse enough to the maeventually drank it jority of the audienie, but it was new and took her nppoiuted placo among the eternal piCAir four week prior to the tail eiunnpla--i i i . K2 I H H D1 ' D 3 H 1 tM B Jl P 1 3 K "KPi I Timo Con t 8 B I W sS 8 U 3 U 1 f?6sj K9U8 sho fell In love with an another cop at viw. other uiuhle ti t.llr d glad tidings to one that had thought herself orities. !" . Inealdpreclnrf. ardanv oft er 'alllug . Irishman, who was doing Romeo forgotton of heaven. U 11 rmktr .li.ii.ii.raecrll.ed In this Ail. ' "Yes," said the minister, in reply to n rK.r..ih M(hillure twpntv dollars, to 'e re for provincial audiences. They married; With a. I Llnei at IGUISVUU UllBT CH.CA40 Kt The mluistor cloed with an exhortation rin.l i.ir , Romeo collected the salary and drauk it, to keop close to the Shepherd of the green remark of one of bis deacon, and the tears .ml It, tnrl'ijfirt hevlnif turlliciion from Ite p St. Louit and Intermediate Points. t y. Thle Aitehali takeerlct nnd tho world moved on pretty much the pastures, the Good Shepherd, that gave up stood In his eyes as he spoke, "she was a Approved January 9, ltl. Through CoachoB nnd Pullman same to every nne but the tepfather. In His life for the sheep, and warned his hear- great slnnar, doubtles. but I have a hope Xo I'crrlcn! VnOinuWiusTrans' Sloeping Cars time, tho demoralizing effect of the salary, ers savagely nguinst a certain that her soul is saved. The thief on the Ccr,! ! Vr grab made itself viabl? on Romeo's nos" lady geographically reforred to ns historical cross was received, I hopo she will be afco." Babylon. School English & nnd lost him forever the glory of causing "I hope so," said the deacon, dubiously. Mn'm'selle. in blisful igncrnnco of what Couuectlon uiatla In l'aln I!il, Ht Iult, LouiMiillo to CJlilcacu, tear to flow from the eyos of bucolic dam- those last "If over there was a saint ou earth, sobbed phrases meant, sat ttk traiue of Iium galrur Wt, Christian College Building , ft'eet and tho wnlklug-lady- , sel. As a sequence, Mn'm'selle, nlresdy wrenely till the close, but the as she scattered a few Cincinnati to Chicago, fnded and worn, must neois work the In tho shape of conrss musit yew are 4ln WcmI Is any point, call on or young woman flushed hotly, KY. harder; but. no mntter, little Robin Adair, partly from sham, partly from pity for tho lin flowers on the newly, maJo crave "If IIUSTOXVIIalaE, IatlluimpollH to Chicago. wilto ta the utxlttilDt-l- .loformatlost In regard to For fall and rellahU namesake of many encores, came to turn unconscious actress. How accustom d to ever thera was n saint on earth, Ma'm'selle Third stuua' Session "HI ern Widoeelay Und, Ae,, la the Weetern states, Irv (IuIJm The .. tho problems of llfo In his dimple! hands, to Mie metaphors of pulpit oratory, sho under- - was one, nnd I'll bot she's in glory this minComic tf Initruetloq ami lowest eroelal ratea lur TUkeu and lleu.ehold VI'. Hh 1SS.-THROUGH TIME TABLE Si: sraue away uer cares, to ue loved, wor- kooj tiint tne naughty old Chaldjan fomalo ute." thorough. Develouiumtof the mlrd the enl to Ootflt t all pwnti Weal call on or address I'.;r clrcura shiped, exulted over, to nrouto a little manTetme rtaeoctMe. "God bless papa, God bless mamma, God be attained. Via Uulivlllc: was supposed to have Ma'm'selle's troupe iu ' H. AI.Vil', JCMO l l.ui ta I'aiMOjer A j't Ohio A UlcolitlpiH luilway, hood in the breast cf Romeo. And now bless Ma'm'selle," was the prayer that wont ,P'r charge, and she writhed vicariously under MIlI.bUK'IN. nnd now up from a tiny cottage with crysanthemuum (he Imputation. rrlcclpali. Lv. baulivtile... .... w. v.v.nxmw. Mtf "Phyllis, you are called," cnapped a ,.... SMiw INlikl Arr. Lafayette... Fortunate Ma'm'selle! sho retired not only growing before the door. (lenlTai. faced W . .... 6 30 p M I " ChloMto. Ma ta youth. Who shall say that the blessing has no'. t. l'Atll.i, funtral IViDMr Aent Ajt unscathed, but comforted by tho doctrinal Cincinnati, Ohio She tripred out, singing "Oh, whistio an' fashioner of motes and beam. fallen? Via Cincinnati: "It Is not all of life to live, I'll come to ye. my lad!" in a high falsetto, Sometimes a merciful God lots us build Nor all of doath to die." and stopped at the footlights with tho con- I otter than we know. . t 7 M a ui r I.ve. ClnclBiilt . I' ti 1J Jpu ' It Mpw ventional giggle anl simper intendol to Iniltanapolia.. "Coma again," whispered the Vlrtuo In tlin Mueijultit Illto. B Ma ui 8 tOM Arr. Chicago expres maidenly coyne-- anl surprise at y ung woman hospitably, ns (New Orleans young ladles will slht of the clownish brut supposed to be Mn'm'stlle v. as slipping a way after tho "I nover uso a bar," tho Gaivestonian told Tblapoptilrchool,or ectlrvly new autpices, ee re'Pally. f Dally rscruiS'.nday opened, under enacting tho role of gjntleman. Hr dry, benediction. "ISIuoQraaN UouO." the reporter; "although 1 have three of vermilion-tintete aure your tlrkcn rtd via tbe lips parted in n smile, tho Tho little creature thanked her with n 9tlx, 1885. nctm forgot ths w win. an I, two or look, touched Addy's yellow curls with ber thorn locked up in my wanlrolo nt Lome. Shortest and Quickest Route from Oeu Tho bito of n tnmqulto to me i one of tho V ITU MONON ROUXE, liireo hours at bust, like Tenny.o'1's Pr.nce, lip1, nnd slippsdnuuy tral Kontuokj to all Points NortL, through thocrowding, plennanteit sensation, mil I also consider it l tLo hadow for tU Mibstin-- e. (I,. N. A. A C R'y) ae It It the iiulcfceet. the I eit taring villagers. In her own sphere she healthy. When I was sailing before tho East, Wost and Southvrst C. Popo, of Augusta, Ga., ns Rov. It n unroallty inlg'at always pre- had aurnnee enough, but outsido of it sho and moet direct liu to CnU'Hgu and lnte Fatt Line Hetwt-cmast In tho lumber trade, between Calcation Prostdonr. In the Nortliwett. vail i r some of If ws muht always wns timid aud lost. ANI wrap ourselves, in the stutf that dream' are ti peak if there was She was afraid almost and Galveston, tho swamps along the LouisTickets via the Motion Hiuti on a at all piln- - IiE.VIXGTOX A CI.VCI.VXATI no promptor hard by iana coast swarmed with myrialsoftho ottlce. Schedule in Lllect May lo, 15M made of Hut. ay ! mi! how sonn ue to correct mistakes nud give tho cues. Lady Prlnci-ual- , ripal ticket addrcae For ratet. Map aud lull In- loriaatlnn, genus culex, which would fettle aboard tho Mra. S. C. Trueheart as wnka and remember, how willfully we WM. S. IIAI.DW1N.O l A., Cnicija. o;" i Ko. e," vessel in dense clouds, driving 'the captain tfo'u bend our shoulders for tlw old lurdens, A. J..O'KKU.LY, U. d A.. LoJlevllle. "It is not all of llfo to live, nnil crow below to- - the mbilter of the tnmcrown ourselves in all hrwte wi th the thuitii Es feun. iMIly Ex. aun Aldcl lif mieof the tnnet Couiietent a4 ExperlNor all of death to die," ' in ui onwi that pierced us.vo3terday! Pervert, pe'rverse hummel Ma'm'selle, thiuking of yesterday's qulto nets, whilo I woull remain on deck nil entent larumei most thoimneh training jot their Lvc. Covington .. 8 10 a n I 10 pm night nnd let 'em bite away. I have nlw&jv eured of the all that pertams lo mini, t,mnc ! i "i n xa children of men! dearer to our sick spirits by mm and sermon. Arr. I'arla ... 10 8J a urn daughters In iptB boon froe from tho foven prevailing along nreewr own nnguMies, pointinjj us beaven-nsri- l, " lxlntion... ... II li p in H irOprn 6 . p,a II cunwlttcd to our catn. "NO, I WiJIl it Was!" emwlwt Hm mnnn-ro,- and moiali, lop m conUlnlDg lufortnatioi as to For or scourging ui earthuard than "What tho dickens we'ro to do I don't know : tho low lands of tho coist nnd attribute my I.ve. II M suiiui) n iu . iTm A Cuhc IScscmbiini: (hat Gcii'l Arr. Tarls exemption to tho fact thnt I let tho 'tkeeten.' lerme. Ac . addre jov! miother man's Winchester ... U20 pui It O) I'm p ultanljllr(!i Kj, Kate's boy is tuo sick to hold up his head, M pra CI rant. ' Klcbniond... i and we can't play 'East Lynns' without a bito me ns much as they pleased, as I am JHptr i Or MitS. 8, C. TKUEHKAHT, Stanford, Ky. ;.,. Incailnr ... -- 4 40 pm contldont they purify tho blood and free it "I'm going to church," nnnoun&vl Ma'm'-sell- e clilH f ome ten years auo I hs a tcrsluloue core on uiy S it p iu IlowJand to the only other member of her comright hand which kivo megi'at trouble, and un"If you could Uave out tbo tall:" began from malaria." - Ui p IU . There nro hundrods of persons who can der the old 1. ue ticiifuent vai healed up and I I.ve, itliuiuoud. pany not engaged In sleeping off last night's Jla'm'selle, eazerly. 3 .10 p III'. auppwol I wiu ucll. I Ijund, bowovcr, that it Arr. Il.ret tostify to the nme thing. It has alnay " Livingston.. fntJtrti. t (Ml a in u 'W ell!" cried tlia mannger, ImpatlunUy, ot was only driven Into tbe eyeten by the beon regarded as a strntigo clrcumstnuce "Donjt," ccurs led the tragellenne, iu her "wbatthsnl' rotaeh and uiertury, and In March, IS3.'. It broke that the suampors workin; In tho Louisout In my throat nnd concentrated in what some xnot thrilling touis. "Church is only for Nonrn-BouN"I know of a daUy Uttli girl," said Ma'm'-sel.No. II No. 3 No. I I w.s plac d ol the doctors denominated cincer iana swnmpj woro never nlfecto 1 by malanabobs and beggar- - well, only for the Surgeon, sloulyj "but, maybe, ber mother " Physician under trrattuent for this dlseaie. foioe elx or rev-e- ti rial complaints. An investigation will show nabobs really Beggars are tnulid in to 'Oh, hang her of the beet phyilclane In tbe country had meat Lve. Livingston. exclaimed tbo thnt It is due to tho fact that they arj not S CO nm give the nnbbsa ciiauco to show off and manager, catching mother:"'straw. dltlcretit tiicee under their charge, anion thetu " Herea at the 10 Tl a m Trwlueo nfrntd of muiquito bite, and will prove three eeclallla lo thlellue; but one after another Arr. Klchmond ., feci cool." the Infant." II S3 a ml 1 grew Danville, Ky. wouM exhaust their skill and diop me, lor that when imi'qulto bars are introOffice on'4th St.. "U'hat niakos you think sol" inquiioi toco lives up the street a pieco; I will further .. 7 IS n ui norrecuniinnallr. Tho cancer bad eaten tlroiu;li Lve. Itiwtani . y Ma'm'solle. Lincaitar .. my cheek, ileatroylnx the roof nf my mouth and .. 8 03 a m suow you," said Ma'm'selle, glad of a pre- - duced into camp more or lass sickness follows. Wo offer thU theory to tho my tonjeue, palate and Arr. Utchuial "I don't think, I know, child ! I was one uppor lip. then attacked .11 00 am io.i i,m iw uear rtuuy again. 1'xvcr Up, d atroylct; tho palat and under Up enpuuiu ns ono worthy of nn experiment. IMIub and IMhlula I'erlcctly tirely aud l,.alf my tcnjiue, eatiiij out to the top of Lve. Itichmond t fl iw a ra 1 23 p m "' , of the psts of the mUsIon-schowhen I was bho knew, poor queen of ahreds and ALolUr. bars for a week or two, fit qulot, Arr. Wlochetter... . 7 00 am i 25 a u, n ragged little tad peddling matches. When patcliei, Cured. n t Ml chi-elone and uti to the left eve. From Arr I'arls. .. 8 03 a m 3 18 a in i I was oiler anl had a pluce in tho panto- Iwou au that ber presence at church had not rnUo no objection to the surgical operation a hearty, lobuit woman of ISO pouuds I was honor in the eye ot the villager. of tho Utile cupper., and you will see the mime, my old friends forgot me to a merolraiuoot iklu and bancs, almoit Lve. Lexington ...I 7 IS a ml i 30 p m 2 SO pui It hurt, I Sho watafrall to call as a visitor as on .. 8 IJ a m' 8 23 unable to turn tuysclrln bed. I could n- cat any Lve Paris m 3 3.1 pm truth of this assertion demonstrated by a tell you, nnd made me mad, too! ' ernlsjaty sh had a valid exeuj. nnd my tcn;uo IochI, but on general Improvement iu health and animal No Knife, Ligaturo or Caustio solid eo gone aubeletod not lbiilda Tho nngulin of Arr. Covington . ... It 30 a m l 00 p m 0 83 pru "A mission Isn't church." talk, I could was "Come alonj, then, there' no tlirn to bo spirits. far Uaod. "'Tain'teggsackly the dog, but It's the mind and the horriblo eulbilni of lo.ly which I in searching the guerdon of our hope, JIATVII.IK IlKAMII. experienced nover can be rtveuled Given up by dog's tail. I weut to church, too, several bit nay-sta- r tne When Living Hecoinei n Talk. of our oh, pshaw! Come pbyeiclana tu die, with no hope Tor recovery upon times, when I'd a better suit than common, on!" ro. ai, FKo. s.17 I"Uncle I1I1IV New York Utter.) tho part or friends who sat around my bedild exbut there dlln't feem to bo any room for Dally lobe my last Uallyg The freih compk?xionod young woman nt What a dreadfully unhappy man Vnnder-bll- t Treatment Mild. No Detentiou Prom pecting every momenthie hande on mo In reel, my every Er. Sun. Ex. Bud! husband would place me. You've baen a good friend to me and firit refused to must be if Robert B. Roosevelt's theory entertain tha thouzht of Business. then to ten whether I wna alive or not, and at my kid, Ma'meUo, nnd I mean well by you, making a "play-actok--:of her littlo one, but is correct Tho Koosevelt family has had oue time all decided that life was extinct and my L.f ftT,,".": --1 o? r m so take my advice and stay wbera you're the ,r s ss nm manager's tongue ran glibly on the woulth in plenty for generations, nnd is at death wasrcpo.ted all over tuo country. a a mi J? 31 n ,,, " Paris 5 10 well thought of, aud cut tho churches, where "high moral tone" u my wretched ami Iielplesi condition Arr Maysvllle Such was of hi entertainments; his the top of soclul distinction in this city. 10 40 a m 7 30 p a they'll all despise you." Cure Certain aud Permanent. Xo tbe first ol last October (IbSI) when my Irltnds bait was golden; he Sometimes I commenced giving me nwlft'a tjpeclrlc. In less "I'vo made up my mind to go," said of her poverty, nnd skillfully elicited a story tho Twilight eat tho fortnightly dlnnar of No, u i KoTsT" 'o Pay. Cure, the "bad luck" of her club and listen to the discusthan a month tho eating places stopped ntd healDally Ma'm'selle, slowly and stubbornly. "City crippled huihanJ. Dally sion of en appointed subject at tho end of ing ctinmenud and ibo f.arfnl aperture In my Ex. Bun.Ex. 8ua churches must be different from thos;. cheek has been closed and ilrmlr knitted together. "Such nn opportunity to earn something the meal. On tho lnt occasion "The Art of There can't bo any nabobs in a tumble-dow- n A rrocieof a newucdor llpls progressing finely Lve Maysvllle,.., 3 43 a ra I CO p tu for the psor invalid," he said, persuasively, Living nnd tho Cost Thereof was the topic. Attention also Given to Chron- ana the tongue, which was almo t destroyed, is Arr Paris placo like this," 8 10 a m 5 13pm "and no harJibip, no hard work, nothing Numerous speeches of no account were 8pecial " Lexington, being recovered anl It seems that nature Is sup10 a m 6 Upu & Bladder Troubles, "All rightl If you must, you mutt, 1 for the little girl to do but walk ic Kidney " civingtnn plying a new tongue. I can talk so that my friends 'll 30a m fi 01 nm around in made, nnd Itoojvolt uttered ouo of nbout-threckon. Go ahead, nnd don't forget what tho beautifulest sconury rri can readily understand rae and can est eolld food samo valueless character, except that ha and bo admired." nea again. I am ublo to walk about wherever I plena , nil tho teachers and prompters dinged into and 4 are dally between H'lnT "Ask him l" she exclaimed ut last, throw-m- g said: "No man can bo happy if bU income without the amsiauteot any menou nave gitneu cheiter. Lrxlngton an I Covlnnton: oih.r t.in. us roll up your ayes whenever tho preachopen a door nnd revealing a young Ai wellai all Dlieasesreeullar to Women. excoeds $5,000 a year, as then living fifty pounds of Heals. A Mils, urder the blesslnrs arndally except Hunday, er) says Gawd or Heaben, and bit hear xlnjtnn nn.l of nm crci'iiiij iirnveiiiy raiuor, is uue iu nwiii s with hU arm in bandages and his a task." Ho added that a hobby n...t Irani jo. i rum an Da.I. Charceemod rate Dr N. tan leecniu:tJd free Hpeclllc. I bil a wonder and a marvel to all my Vni via Ulln.llu.4. Via I l.e ' aklv my young ono squall! Guess ho has rolled foot on a cushion. wn conduclvo to lmpplna-in tho absence of t barge and will be found at his office at all Ineuds, hundreds or whom have known my InDirect conn ctlomare maloat Winchester with out of bed. Sso you later tal tt!'' tbe next three uitntbs It was finally agreed limes Addy should in- ot employment necessary to existence. tense eufierlnge and have visited me In my afflic- Chesaneako A Ohio for Mt. Sterling Aehland Mu'in'solla went loitering along the nar- terpose her tiny self that By perruleslnn ho refcrs to the lollowln tions, While I am not well, yet my gratitude I. Huntfngton, Charleston, W. Va., between her natural ctt. 8. Irwin, none the less devout and' I am contl lent that a per- Is?? A. Lackey, row, unpaved walks toward tho little white protectors and the wolf nt th iinnr- d. Hosier, II. Itallroatl Travel. In sight. Ii any d I". Lee. rasi run via church. SUo was not so pitiful an object in mother should take hor to and from i,. It is estimated that in 13i) tho number ol smnff.r.1. Kr ; Judeeopoonaniurf,Tom .Murpliy.uu fect recovery la now ttiem to Hon. Johndoubt these ' Holid Trains, with Pullman 4Sleeping Wln.h..i.. tho aim iua, Tacts, I would reler ll irayior. f. Ti :miile, Itev.J. her rusty Mack casbmora as she was in her theatre, and have the privilege of passengors carried by all tbe railroads in all vllle . Ky : Joun n.A. Itole, llu tonvlUe; II. O wuo is my neiguuor. Cincinnati and Richmond, Va . aud .ar. litweex. wini'hetet stage linery; she even caught a gleam of behind the scenes as guard over herstandine parts of the world was 2,400,030,000, or an Sutton .J. S. Itoblnion, Uncnter. hy ; "inos. u matei senator oi tiueuisirici, ut, s. nraunciu, oi i.iurttigo, nn.. or to nnjy and Washington, D. C. a pereoi living tu tho Southern part of Trnupn toun (' C. rlirlim.m. KlrVlvlllc. UT.: J. Will-.brightness from hor surrounding. Tho air .uruuvu hckhs ana Mgg.tga cheokod to nr "I wouldn't allow it," protested th'a fresh- - iverr.go of 0,500,033 dally MU-J- . destination reached by srstlioaJ. Uryantivllle. Kr-- i J I'. UJnlcl, McKln-ne- ty.Oa. MAKY L. CUM Ell. Johnson, Xwts crisp and clear; tho sunlight glinted 8. F. II. MOUSE, Ky :(. J IJosley, Lebaron, ky., (Ire. Uv. LaOrauge. Ra., May 11, I8S5 W. . WHlTTLrMEY, down tbrouzh tho tuinnlneleisvei of elm le.c'amnhellsvlllo, Kt.; A. A. McOlnnli, llowllnR Passenger Ageiit, Bold by nil druggists. Treittto on bio dand skin Trav, Past. AierVt CATAHRH CUP.ED. health and sweet breath SI.EEH.ESSNIC'rftTd made mlaerable by that llreen. Ky.jOeo. Eohou, Judae J. W. UuKliej, diseases nulled frco. and maple, throwiny; a shadowy ,So.,.,.,0n' ? - Lflxfn.ton. B.r ecued by Shlloh's Catarrh Keiatdy. Trice Mc. terrible cough. Shlloh'a Cure le the remedy for Harrodebjri, Kj,;C,C. obuuiate, McAfee, Ky, W.SMITH. r ,.. TUF. SWIFT PrECIFIC CO , ir w . i uj.ur.1., ovor nil tbo ugly, Irregular row of white, 'leneral Maasjer, Drawer 3, Aidants, Oa.j New Vcric, I7 W.m it. ycu. For tale by Vvluj A McAlliter. lor eaio by Pecoy A McAllsttr. Oen. l'jji-;4j- t , "Want a santumr cooed n Iwby voice. A tiny tot, in nil Its Sunday bravery, was standing in nn open gateway, and holding out a yellow chrysanlhomum, snapped close to the stem. Sho took the proffered flowor, aud sho could not help it, tho bluo oyes woro so like Robin's stooped nnd kissed tho donor. Blushing, she diow back when sho looked up nnd caught the cyo of tho baby's mother. "You have childrenP said tho young woman, not ns a quostion, but n a conviction. By n dlvlno instinct she Knew the mother-loo"I had one," said oor Ma'm'eelle, putting up her hand, not over ber oyog, but on hor trembling lip. d In n sudden impulse of terror, tho mother drew her child close to her side, as it Azrael hnd suddenly passsd by. "Some people wero born for good luck," slgnod iln'm'selle, with n wistful look nt tho littlo one; adding, nftcr n pause, "I'm not one of them. It this the way to tho church?" "Yes! Djn't you see tho steoplo yonder P tho other made answer. Womanly curiosity got tho better of discretion, nnd sho askod, with n view of obtaining information of a lorsounl nature, "Are you n professor P " said Ma'm'selle, nith a timid nnd bewildered nir, "I guess not" Teachers of iiuuic, t'locat.'ju nnd ventriloquism, wero tho only professors with whom sho was familiar, and she had n dim iden that hor now acquaintance meant nono of these, A bright thought struck her. "I'm not n professor, I'm a soubrette," sho added, ulthn certain pride; "Mn'm'sollo Desireo Eliso Dolafontnlne. Mayle you'vo scon my name on the bills'' ' A chill uiud seemec to blow over the unbo-reave"X-o.1K-t- le " a few late flowers still scrappy front-yards. comploxionad young woman, with nn o, "U Jim lindu't boon laid anxious up so long. Ho fell off u roof Iu tho cnrly summer, nnd han't done n lick since. I guess it can't bo wrong to lot her wulk around thoro a fow minute, oh? And f 10 Is n great help." "No," sail Ma'm'selle, answering tho question. "Little Robin ufod to do tho part, and ho was nn nngel if over n chil I was. So smart, too ho could sing 'All Round My Hat,' nnd "Twns but n Little Faded Flowor' ns well as I could." Tears choked ber volw. Slie walked nway with her handkerchief to her eyo, leaving the mannger volubly eulogising-histrionilinlf-smil- CHAPTKU 27. ' AN ACT lor tVlng the eenso of Ui good tills (.omtuonwHiYth as to the net unity and expo-dlenc- jr tlio ot call! mi u Convention to smfDd , . .. .1 s.Im i" l"'(.onsliuuwu nulli 10 ncrrmiu Ilia ttii lp rf IiImsnnseMltled to vote wr ncrrewoiiuTw. PP'e LUflSBER nit over-critic- ; heart-famisho- d t) niu't sho a pictuttp exclaimed Addy's mother, ns tho little one stood shvlv at the back of tho stage, w (tolling the jealous Isabel and Cap. raving nnd protesting, ut the footllghf. JUnm'sel!, ta Barbara Ilirj, suppawd to be out on that fatal evening promenading, with Archibald, heard the rapturous exclamation, but did not nmwor this sido of beavon. Hor quick ear heard a snapping overheal; sho lookol up, and, with a sudden and terrible cry, bounded to tho child and hurled her as far into tho wings ns such mad and desperate foroo could impel so light a weight There was no tlmo to savo herself a crash, a croan. and tho stage was ouveloiwd in a thick white cloud of dust! Bofora it settled, tender hands raised from tho heap of plaster a broken nnd bleeding thing that but slightly resemblod humnuity created in God's own Iniige. "It's no use," said tho doctor, in reply to appeals to "do something" "it's no uso; that much lime would cruh tho llfo out of an ox. Sho will never spoak again. An Instant refutation of the doctor's statement, the ghastly lips uucl'jsod anl murmured, "Addy!" "Here, s.ifo and sound." said the weeping mother, laying hor littlo one's warm chook agaiust Ma'mselle's, so wan and cold under the stain of paint She snil!ed,and tried to lift her hand tho poor, broken hand that would nover wiw away tears, nor bo lifted in kindly do.jds again. Romeo, mlsernblo creature, broke Into r tempjit of sobs, nud crlod aloud for "Well, cessity o! amending the Constitution and the necessity nd expediency ol calling n CetiTcnllon for thstpurro'c; therefore Jit it Umc'ttl ty the Ottrl Aurmiln e tkt Com. mHHtaltot KmiurXf ' t. Thst at the next (.wend BJwtlpn hiM fcr ltcprewntstUte to the Uue ml Asiubl , it hll lie the duty of the Mvernl Hhcrifrisml other to opii a poll tor taking the nie Convention to amend or the people tor nlltng Constitution, and maWe a return to the Secrelb tary orState, for the the time lieluvt, of tbe nanics lteiwatnUtlrcs or all those entitled to Tote who hare Toted tor callln such Convention. 19 Ti.t r,,r nv lillure te nerferm theduliee . everr pretcrlbed In the first stctlonot this Ac liable to bbfrilt or other returning oBljer ihU te be aflneifflxhundnd .lollam. In but rrorred by Court hivinc i.ii.,.,..n, ..r ,h itminl .Inrv upon loavictloi be lulject JinlsJltllou nnd shall to rfinoTai iruui uuht. ! 8 That It shall be the duty of Jh Offlcers ot Election to propjund to every voter a 'jrivfiitlon or not "Do you rote lor calling auawer In the aHusMtlvt, And Usoch voter shall his name shall be recorded a votlft fr ssul Con- Wiirrkas, cxrlenco has pointed out the "" Having oiwied up a lumber yard In tbe rear of inir aiore, we lire !. YRD. -- fi i'fc"J'Wai'a7li ne- Proparod to Furnish any kind of Lumber In the rough. Poitsof nil klndi, Bliliijlet cut, Mwiil and shaved. Alio Agents for the Vanvllle l'laulug Mills. w-t- wrtvwe J 1 MS J OUISViLLE A NASHVILLE WlII AVh In! ., k - an4Ti.iwaMiHfi rWi3JZfrm&rrd:lri feT THE OREAT t iiitiairrxi emu ax. Through Trunk Line oimsnh .ruivaa int. This health-givinSummer Itenort will l under my manageuient thii seaeon, and as It li entirely refitted and refumlihed, 1 can nromtee my imtroi a pomlortnt well as health. Hoard, tl ier week, per meal, no rents, l te of double cottage, 87 er week. Will have a cMiveyanrs at the deut to meet ptstengert. g ij-si- a. . siutoxA.uoitr:. ICES! ICES! IGE3! I SOUTH & WEST - qnj l It "' Itt SS 'iK.V Mary's Mills eiyilGRANTSil.v;;.,; i-. . U 1 l!e J ,rfi y. LUMBER! Iter-Bto- n d 23-J- blood-3oak- d MYERS HOTEL, il t; bio-htv- g STANFORD. KY. Fropr Reputation, its St. Louis & tho West 1 elic-Ho- velie-menc- a. home-environe- d, es n lro; l - j ' negro-minstr- t-- I O. & M. apple-cheeke- WjjL!J?JL& Fnst aud Snro nootions -- Classical i high-ound- ing stage-properti- ferret-- !: uM & miLiiEKSumto 'If'"''",li'an,r, iiVStuV' FEMALE COLLEGE SEPTEMBER 14 s y.- - d f,--.r Hcc-ptw- -- ule-Ae- i! Sotnil-liOf.S- ;: " Cancor of Toiifftie 1 I . ' P, Dr. E. J. Nicliorson, and inev-itubl- ol -t NOBTII-llOCN- non-mi- d r" :"" HOUTH-Kot"- e NOKK.-Tral- 1 a Pi. i -r une:-r.os.3- .nnd r y; laco-patter- n 29-d- u