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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885072801 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ir 111 xjiu zBfc? wm,cmymmtimi & & luteftof STANFORD, ICY., TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1885. BOYLCEOUNU. lo-d- ay, aI Jumfm NO. 42 T' ' VOL. XIV. Smi-TOcel,ln$ntcrior journal TitVHtlnv DANIflLLE. i ubUahciI 8U.OO When paid atut Friday A.PfNUM I13It trlctly In rJtmicc. If wo Into to wmi nr time. SVI.ftO will be ctursed. W. P. WALTON. WHIPPETS A A3 RACERS. - firtiwlnjj I'astlino Tcachliiir uml llrwdlug Dogs to Knee. IHportltiK World Among sports of a recant Introduction in this country which havo become ittpulnr Is Hutuilng (loss wore lint brought from Knglnml In 1SS1, mid since that tlmo thoy havo boon broi In largo numbers. An ordinary dog won't do for running. Hun- nlng dogs nro brsd to be small by crowing n bulldoj; with n greyhound. In sorting f My card to the lUgWtr was written to correct a printer's mistake which made in- At the close of say what I never intended the address I gave the manuscript lo Mr. S. W.Powell, of Brooklyn, N. V., who was - S- - MllIer bad present as a representative of several of the ,a",rnomenclature, th dug nra cnllol whip- fresco work executed on his parlor ots. They havo lithe, ngllo form and long, journals. He copied it lhlt ao'1 diniK rooni at the Lcaster Hotel, Blunder leg. Their hair I as lino ai silk, night and allowed the societies before 1 haTe rccelred and still receiving and tho alnowt protrude Ilka whipcord. On entering either ol 'these rooms one Is tbe addreM was delivered to copy his copy. tvulppot combine tho gnmeiieas and Wltb lhe 11HK appearance. Par-Yntenacity of purpow of a bullJo,; and tho The address was published In the New8lruck Gne tiel who know Ra7 n0 fin" work la "een at of n greyhound. llcotnoM 1T.,U. Kttnina t'lteman and Mt i dilllcult to train them, Is It not I' A telegram was received this morning Mt. n.n. frnm hi. rnnv and all have atlT P1""- - Messrs. ScDtt & Son., of EwniComprising the best In the tnsriet, which will b? "No; at lent not to dlfticuit as one would announcing that John Thomas, a .V,. -- nt.nr. ... f claim it to be. I cave Tille- - were thn ar,i8t'' in chSe of the dec Whou tho animal Is nnturnlly suppose. young colored man, son of Mary the manujcript to Dr. Weit, editor of the oration Gotton Up in Stylo and Mako Socond to Nono in City or Counteyv on iikunth old ho U tralnod to run aftor a Col. Jas. H. Bruce died of cirrhoaies of rag or any other article which may bo se- Thoruau, o( this place, was badly cut in a ('hir.atn ,t,ivmiv who t'STp the address a Give Me a Trial. lected. Hols run mil JumHxl until ho fight last night at Chicago, where he has place In his paper and returned the manu- - Mje liver lasl Friday afternoon at two thoroughly determined to capturo the IVCTIPILiE-s- r. o'clock, in hi, fiftieth year. Deceased KC. object. gWhen ho Is about 3 months old been living for a year of two past. script to me It is before me no and dl9-- I ed a term as 8lal S'aor f'om th The Dinville Hise Ilall Club, heretohe Is put on his mirit on a track 33J yards as I claimed it to be in the JUgutcr. ' Ion,;. Tho man who starts the dog I culled fore victorious in eo many contests, were dea Kentleman of great popu-ha,WM wrote to Mr. Powell after the a 'llpier." lie hold the dog by Uie nax feated at Xicholasrille Friday by a score at home and abroad. A wide-sprepublished the first item giving the a"T of tho neck and the stub of the UlL A man with an object starts from the other and of of 2(3 to IS. The Dinvilles attribute their erroneous version and have his letter in feel" jof sorrow is occasioned by hie death, Fiftoon Profossoro antl Cnstrustcs. After furneral sermonby the Rev. W. 0. tho track and runs toward tho dog, calling defeat to the absence of fleiner, their regu and Mechanical, Scientific, Englnes'lng, Cl:55l:sl, Normal which he says it was a printer, mistake. him and urging him on. The animal leajis lar pitcher, and Whitley and Divls, base at the Christian church Saturday School, Military Tactics and Gommsrcial Gour:3 of Stui. Prof. Wright, of Berea, had a card in the with impatlenco, but ho Unstrained by tbo a o'clock, his remain, wete men. Slipper.1 Tin man with the object week to the same effect. I can pilfer last COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE CF TUITION. consigned to the tomb in the cemetery a i firmatloit within 175 yanli of the dog and then a It is estimated that 350 people bought .end ' Catalogue Fall term becms Sent. Qtls, X885. the manuscript and copiea of the 7oa runt Inck. When he reachoi the Lcxlnirtoii. Kentucky. i'tickets here Sunday for High Bridge Camp naters In which the address was published "" i"""' '" Address JAMKB K. PATTERHOX, I'll. stretch a jvlstol Is llrd and the dog Is ofa'relativea and friends. when they got there they eotimat Away he go. He leapt rod after Mcctinr; or will submit them for inspection of what g A kick of enormous dimensions is rtl, and It sometimes soemi u if Ira ed that their number swelled the crowd to I say to anv one here if you still doubt. It made by the citizens generally about touclto tbo grjuiil with his OjJy. His legi ,000. Kev. II. M. of Louisville, is not an important matter to you or to the am spieacl out at full length, and he loujw formerly of this place, was the principal the location of the public school building. public, but I do not like to have my word the object The fattest oil until lie roach The trusters have purchased a lot on Lex T3STO- - IIVE- time mi reoonl was made by a do weigh-iH- preacher. doubted in a newspaper eo respectable as ington street for the purpose which cost pounds. It mad iX yards thirty-fou- r M. C. Thurman has on hand a splen STANFORD, KY., the Inteiuor Journal. including the building $000. It is in 11K MCOIfls. did assortment of Iiuggiee, Phaetons, Carof them Com The other brinch of the matter is not Represents the Bsstand most Prompt-PsylfcTlie training is tins most Urdiou wrt of claimed by several that the location is not panies and ms rates are Terj- iuw. the whota InisitiAM. Iletore a rise- -, a dug U riages and Harness, He has the largest so much consequence even to me. I can ' !"! desirable and by others that the buildiog call. light. slock of any dealer in Central Kentucky trratel Jut like a pugilist before u not affirm positivelv that there was any A.T If the weaUier le warm the dog Is tralke and is prepared to sell at prices lower than "sense" in the addres and what I asid "wo would not be just what is wanted. Tbe from t U 0 o'clock Its th morning nnd ever before offered. Call and look at his School Commissioner has a right to reject Are you falling, try V, ells' Health Ud- see through the Sjuth" may not exist at worked by brisk trotting. At 0 o'clock he NEWER, U 1UTU, CtCail, icouu the purchase if a third of the voters petik returned to the krnnel and fed. His assortment when in Danville and you will all. It was only an expression of my is tion him to and a paper to that effect Oppositk Cocbt-Uous- k breakfast coilttt of toiul tr.'a oaked Hod that all is slid above is true. opinion. Kit when you understand the now being circulated. In the meanwhile For Brain. Ncrre, Stomach. Liver Kidneys, The meat Is cut In tw and broiled chop. Lungs. An Vnequalcd Invlgorant. Cures connection, I think you will have a differ- the public school is nourishing like a green DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY. Tbo The President's Proclamation. up Into small pieces to hi! digestion. animal is neither fel ur wtked until The following proclamation was issued ent view, although you uuy still say I bay tree at the Seminary building, which Meals are etrxed at all hours. Game always on neadache. Fever. Atme, Chills, down he is and evening. Aftr tho wi.i hand and In Its season, oysters fresh fish, on simwas not fortunate in my use of terms. I did DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. short In all styles and used until Sept. 1st. on tho by the President: will be worked as in the morning, anl fed ilar delicacies served Look out for tUosljn ''Woodbine RestauTh Presldentof the United Stales has my best to convey my meaning. I was Mine diet with the exception of bojfsteok Mr. and Mrs. John H. Woodcock and notke. and call when you are hungry. Nice to take, true merit, uneoualcdfor for mutton chops oeeaiionally, by way of jnt received tbe sad tidings of the death insisting before an audience containing men Sam A. Walton left for O'd Point Comfort rant" TORPItJ . UIVbK. uuu rsiKiis M F. If. JIASOXIIEIJlEItDanTllle, Ky. variety. During the last week Um spring- of that illustrious citizsu and ex Provident from all sections of the Union that there Monday morning where they will remain a ing is don. Ha Is worked by tnttlnj, and M.lOper bot., O tor sa.w, ni unransia. Ulysses S. is no antagonism or hoatliity in the South couple of weeks. Rev. W. I. Fowle has of the I'nllnl States, Oen fed m cull's foot jelly." E. 8. Wells, Jersey City, K. J., U.B.A. ' Why cannot nil dogs be ued for raclngf Gnnt, at Mount McGregor, in the State to the negro as such that there is room recovered sufficiently to be able to fill his PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSIC, Ac tralght,' of New York, to which place he had lately fnr lmtb races and work enouab for both "Common dogi will not run Morthat Is, they will not jun so fast at the llnl-- li been removed in the endeavor to prolong to do in their respective spheres. 1 went pulpit at the Christian church. Riv. We are agents fjr the old and reliable John A whlppit "ill from Texas and the Church Co.. of Cincinnati. Ohio, for the tale of Piris Evans has returned as they do at the UrL 1 tlw start to hl life. In making this announcement 'to on to say; "This institution is a type of Southwest. Miss May Gordon, ot Colum- anos, Orgsus, Automatic Musical Instruments and from keep up the same Mntlol MtrchJtidtso in Lincoln and Garrard Use flnUb. I only km w one ouiumon dog the people of the United States the Presi what we eee throughout the South. The is the guest of Misses L'zzie tountles, Kentucky Jlontlitu ViivmentM that would run 'straight.' He wai a croM dent is impressed with the magnitude of two races mingle in all the pursuits of life bia, Teun., received until paid fjr The best Htamhtrrf Walker and Jennie Faulkner at "Avon-dale.- " maker between a Newfoundland and n shepherd." Wiu. KnabeA co., uazeiiou ora., daily refuting the theories of those the public los of a great military leader, and are Decker A Son, Lverstt and New England tollow-lr"What do whlppiU ontr Mi.es Lettie Shackelford and cither upright or f'juare. In Organs, the Pianos,g i who siv that they can not simultaneously "All the way from 75 to $5W, according who was in the hour of makers: Clougli A. Warren, John Battle Ficher, of Danville, are spending a Buchu-Paib- a a fort-uu- e mous; amid disaster serene and There will to speed and pedigree. occupy the same soil in peace." I was not few daja with Miss Tony Vaughan. Mrs Church A Co, and the Sterling, with tha patent the, HellH Attachment. breeding whipjHts In a few years In Rcmarknblo Cures of Catarrh of KidChime at Bsrea nor speakInwho in every station, whether a a sol- approving the system Bladder, Inflammation, Irritationof The tWcNff.'ii,an Automatic Musical R. R Weit is visiting relatives and friends strument, tae most perfect In tho world. toon as tho sport Incomes universally popu-lar.- " or Gravel neys anl lllailder, Stone dier or as a Chief Magistrate twice called ing of educational matters. The idea in at Georgetown. Mrs. S. M. Peacock is at Illustrated catalogues tent tree to ail who apply, of tho Prostate UlanJ, Dropsical nave Swelllnea, Female Diseases, inconun- by his fellow countrymen, trod my mind was that as the students get along Euill Springs to spend several weeks. Mrs. also the best references from those wnoInstruto power A Strnngti Itlp Vnn WlnUlo. and tried any of theabore muilcal bought ence of Urine, al! DUeases of the Genito- .. IChlvntM New ) unswervingly the pathway of duty, tin amicably there, so the people of the South j aonie Price and Mrs. Emma E renin, of ments. Address us ut Stanford, Ky. urinary Organs In cither sex. For Un-,,ithf nr lTnnntiiml nischflrcea uso S. It. & I,. J. COOK. our novelliUond playwrights who aro swerved by doubts, single minded acd are following the pursuits of life without , 7ansville,lnd., are at Mr. Wm. Hern- If also "Chopin's Injection Fleur," each i. searching for foundations on which eagerly For SU'IIII.IS, either contracted or entire country has .ntuwnnisni because of race or color. This don's. fcAu.1ltnrT- - r!nt- ncrt ChflTlln's ConStitO- to construct their stories would glvo tholr straightforward. The no iwr bottle, and I ti.miiitii.rKrnm of Mr. Charles S. witnessed with deep emotion his prolonged Is the truth as 1 see it. The negro is enattention to the cno machine, which An electric t Chapin's SyphUitlc Puis, S2.00; nndCha- might find and patient otruggle with a painful disease, gaging in nearly every kind of business. Klngsley, of Mansfield, l'a., tley s Bvpniuxio Daive, 01 w. uuiuca it oapnblo of sustaining n structure ns enter-- t and has watched his couch of eutlering The women cook, wah, nuwe and keep ia quick and almost painless in its opera Bynip, S of 1111s, 1 Salvp. lv nrpresson IM-- ' rwHnt of Sl0.no. or at Drurists. talning in Irvlng's utory of Hip Vnn Winkle. tions, is said to pull seven teeth in fire labor in our field, E. S. IVrtiA Jersey City, N. J.. U. 8. A.J Kingsley wiu n soldlsr in the lute civil war, with tearful sympathy. The destined end house tor us. The men Beconds. A pair of forceps protrude from and was so badly wounded about the head has come at last and his spirit has returned are porters and mechanic, run restaurants, is connected with a that his kull had to be held together by to the creator who sent it forth. The groceries and stores, are our barbers, take a nickel tube which Soon after Uwmj wire. The forceps are applied to the tooth, means of silver plntos. our churches and schoolhouses, and pjHtes were adjusted, nbout twenty yoars grest heart of the Nation that followed him care of ,., . . . .11 .1 a spirM ir th- - oneratnr touches aspua . . ago, he became Insane an 1 wtis placod in (in when living with love and pride, bjws now in tact mmgie wun .,us m an mo I'uifuuou, , . withto the tube wiuds up in a acyiuin at Washington. u--: r p sis siir! rAU.'-mna no ... rM umo nam minv .a:... ... ,i, ....., in sorrow above him dead, tendetly mind- irr. xncj me. down the forceps like a Hash, A few days ngo it was dUcoviiol tlmt only the other day one wa wink, ilrtws ful of his virtues, his great pitrlotlc ser South and is jerked from oue of tho platJ was pressing against his in LouUil!e and in au instam ne toatb brain, and it was at once removed, where-upo- n vices and of tho loss occasioned by hia called to preside over a court judge. the ja and ot-- t on the Ibor. reason began to return, and the vet- dsath during the abence of the regular eran noon became perfectly sane. Hut tho The Motion Kouto will run en excur In testimony of respect to the memory of This is all that I meant and when the conO. S. O. & twenty years during which that piece of read it will be so understood by sion from Louisville to San Francieco, Au silver was presiiug ngaiiut his brain had Gen. Grant, it is ordered that the Krecu text is Of gust 11, fjrSOJ the round trip, which inJ. 0TTENHEIMEB, Iron plucked from his life, so to speak. He ttve Mansion nod the teveral Departments those who are disposed lo be fair. has no recollection of anything that has at Washington be dnped In moufning for course I care nothing nbout thoe who cludes sleeper Crab Orchard, Ky. in that tiliu. The war to him is a occasion to cast at me the he is m bewildered by a period of thirty dajp, r.nd that nil public want to use the nud thlug of A l'urson's Story. schools" tho changes he lluds as old Hip wis when business shall on the day of tho funeral lm Imputation cf favoricg "mixed Adelaide- Chronlcle.l In a contho suspended, and the Secretaries of War and Life is too abort for me to waste it in ho retumel to his horns A North Adelaklu parson was taking twenty years' nap. C'atakflU after hi Navy will csuse orders to be issued, fcr test with willful malevolence because, leave recently of n congregation with whom liut Kingslsy is better oil' than Hip honor) to be whatever my proof or argument might be ho had not llvod on tbo bdst of tortus. "I do riate military and naval been nhlecp ho hat was, for while not regret onr separation, dear brethren, Only Line via timo has gono on making a fortune for Jilm. rendered on that day. it would bj without efljet on this class. for throo good and valid reasons : Tho first U will , he is of ia Tho back sinslun to which ho l nowoutitled In wituesi thereof I have hereunto sat Convince a man azainst that you don't love me, tho cocond that nmnuuts to nearly W J."", and In addition the aitue opinion still. I am earnestly op- you don't lovo ouo anothar, and the third ho is entitled t j T3 a month m long ui hand and caueed the seal of tho Unitto this God don't lovo you. ;You don't love mo Baltimore, Philadelphia and Now of nil, ho ed States to be nOixed. posed to "mixed schools'' and have always that salary Is several months in arroar; iwhollvo M iroover, an 1 my though in ruin the you don't lovo one another or thoro would has found his family intact, York City, Done at the City of Washington this been so. They would of course clrcuiustancoi, at hl old horns lu with Tuaovou l!3d day of July, A. D , one thousand, eight common schools, which of all things I not bo such a dearth of mnrriAges amongst JiansQolJ. you ns eee established in public opinion you; and God doesn't seem to lovo eighty-five- , and in the indopea want to Bosldos furnishing dramatists with goal hundred and you ought to bo loved, bocauso thero havo Ir. IJters' HucVltbcrrr Cordlol li th groundwork for thoir plays, Mr. Kingloy'a denes of the United State.), the one hun- in the South. I believe in the education boon so fow funerals among you lately," reraljjr'arluc Dlnrrhce,lrnUry, Crm-CtOnly Line via " caso presents an luUrestlng study for onato-mist- s while or black, t.l bewri tf ictlosi, al witorlos taa tlttls ons iuffrl ft of all the people whether Guoveii Cleveland. dred and tenth, ;ril- upon tht iv,tm trora lbs ffeU cf tTi- - Ta and phrenologists. It may bo that by Richmond, Old Point Comfort (II vscia ale bj- sit A Marvelous Opcrntlon. ot SO cents bottle By the President: but think the conditions are such in our a enroful stilly of tho bout of his Insanity IChlcaRO Journal.) Hotel) and Newport News, goat of Bomo particular tnontal faculty T. F. Hayakd, Secretary of Slate. tection that It is better for both races to tho ofMsreel Tim lor'H t'hfnikce ltemrily I'roun and Owm reports to Dr. Cblbret, a French oculist, may bo definitely locatod under thut sllvor In connection with Old DouilnliaStsamihlpi to and IHullfln will cure.Uoughs. give them separate schools. Price S5e. and t a bottle. tho Academto do Modlclno that, having been aaid a frightened husband in My dear," W. M. Beckweb. pinto. obliged to removo a disoasod oyo from a Bith for sale by Dr. M L. BUU KN'K, Uatort. the mtddlo of the night, shaki ng his wife, Slonntonoiis Agriculture. a bookseller named Meyer. young girl, ho replacod It with ono taken Last autumn tho timo "where did you put that bottle of etrych- Now York Cor. Cincinnati Knqulrcr. label under from a rabbit. At elapsed, of Misstatement And Merchants and Miners Steamship Line to Ronneburg, tied a water-proo- f and tho oyo had fourteon days had nIneV' Hart's Island is In caro of nu ovorsoor had occupied retained Its vitality and was doing won. UNRELIABLE SELF-COR- E the wing of a swallow which by tho authorities, and 1U iwpula-tlo- n "On the shelf next to the peppermint." a nest at his house, and had become com is chielly occuploil by tho dutios of tho What Will Surely Do It. EiBk A favorite prescription of one otti "Oh, Lori'!'' he groaned, "1'ye uwallowed Through Trains frcm t'luchcitcr,Ky., to musi noted nd successful fieclallsts In the tK a place. Tho bos woikmau In tho potter's paratively familiar. On it be wrote a query One's hair begins to fall out from many causes. l (now retired for tbo cure of .srrroiia MttltUtv II." Held gets satisfactory pay, and so do tho wished to Xhe Important nuBStlon I), what is sure tomato in German, to the efieel that ho KANAWHA FALLS, tnplalnsealedenvelopoVee.DiugglslscmfltllX. but whether it bo wintur, spring, "Well, for goodness sake," whispered According to the testimony of pass the ltgrowlnasaluV whethor it bo rain or his wife, "keep quiet, or you'll vake the know where the swallow would WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS I Address DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Mo. summer or autumn, Parker's Hslr Hslisru will do It. It thousands, winter. The bird returned to its former quickly eoTsrslnlJ spots, rrstores the original shlno, each day brings iU inoi tuary task. Aud other Famous YhKlnla Springs nud Pleature Tho workmen got a brief spoil morning and baby." bearing an exchange label Bimllar'y Ilcsorts. nest trsdlcites evcring to nttond to tlwir own llttlo patches also, "In "Flor-The colossal wooden elephant oh Coney fastened, saying, in German causes the seslp to fjl cool and wrll. It IIuntliD;, Flshluj, B.uhing nd all kinds nf reof vugotnblos, hut ovory day thoy must bo Island is 150 feet long, 8S feet tall to the euce, at Caitellari's house, and I bear Is not dye. not greatj, highly potfuoieJ, safe. creation fur tbe tourist, Invalid or sportsman. burying somobody. a nice, relia-hl- o This Hue runs through tho Alleghany MounNeserdlsippolnts those who Every tlmo the boat lands It bring! its p'atforai of the howdnh ou its back, and many salutations." tains, on the hanks ot beautiful rivers and termidreilu. load of corpses. Kvery day tho trench must weighs 100 000 pounds. Tr.e man rjoras nates oa A petmaneut whitewash may be made bo leugthonod, and ,theu thoro uro ths oc THE SI3.1 SHORE. Tired and Languid Women U of liv first rrenarinc the whitewash in the orcuslotml mourners and inquirers, mil the in the elruciure, named after tbt Observation Carson Dsy Trains. ReguUr wo'ds How many women there sreof whom these d tickets good for step-ovand all can be sauio topllos nro tittered in a respectful but tbe bod; in which they aro located a e ustd dinar; way, then placing it over the fire latinutd and tired, hardly nr.. t rnr "Tlipv without extra rsptnu. For fall Informahacknoyoi manner. Itls not only very dull or concerts elc, and are reschel by stair-warin to each able to hear their welgat on their f.et, tho bloom tion, ratetat Hotel,' analysts of 31 dtitnalprlcgi, hurts and many sorts of ails of and bringing it to a boil. Stir buslnosi to bo pursuod as n lifo work, but Pullman sleeping Car space, Tickets, Ac, call ua in the hind leg', and thence through gallon a tablespoonful of powdeied alum, nil gone from the'r theks, Irritable and cros or address man and beat need a coQfJnff, what u repulsive methol of ngrlculturo to mRolng to bs. nerves all upiet, worried V. 11. McItOIir.RTd, W. H. WHITTLK3EV, How naturnl tbe body. It wm cnsiruced by stock a half pint of good flour paste, and a half without bo always planting tho dond. lotion. Mustang I.inimenP. Ticket Agent, Trav. Paenger Agt. " with tha children, trettod orer llttlo thlus, a tho mmplaint, "there Is too much Lonlirtlle, Ky. company for profit. Stanford, Ky. pound of glue dUolvedin water, lots au burden tn themseWcs and yt with no aruts J. W.HMITI1. ir. W. I'OLLIIU, whiteK. M. Ilirdwick has been lodged in mixture should be atirred in to tbe Uen'l Psai'r Ag't. What a pity It Is. But a few bottles of Gen'l Manar. poiltlTO Rtchmond. Virginia. biMUM'd U.U'AHUU KKMISDY, a ft jail at Lexington for attempting to ki lhe wash while it Id boiling, being careful cot Parxer'sTonlo wllldrlve;all tblsaway and relieve D. O. i:dvap.D3, the troubles peculiar to tbelr in. cure for Catarrh, Drphtaerla and wnirer aiotuu. Jsiler of Powell county. Oen Western Pswebger Agent. Cincinnati, O. to let It becomo lumpy. by Penny A McAllster tnl Mon-da- r, Quarterly oourt began with eleven pelit'oa cases and eighteen lutnmonres. Dr. It. W. Danlap has been in a dying condition all morning and at the time thin report clones is barely alive. Tho colored Odd Follows had a picnic in Mcl'oberts' woods Friday, which was preceded by a proceaMcn through the principal etrcetH. Mrs. Minnie Grimes Turner, of New Orleans, Is here on a vlitv Mw. M. K. Moore, Mrs. J. K. Sumrall, MIm Lillian Sumrall and Mr, Lswson Sumrall are at Atlantic City. Kev.I'.T. lisle is conducting an interesting meeting at Franklin School House this coutr. Kev. V. V. Taylor, of Covington, preached at the Walnut Street M. K, Chutcli yesterday morning and night. Mr. Mark Chiles returned from Cumberland Falls Friday eyening. He reports that a party of ten persons from Louisville reached there that day. He learns that eight more arrived Saturday. Fishing Judge Beckner Explains. Journal. hav-- 1 WiNcuESTnn, Ky., July UJ.-F- rom Ing read your paper for several years I be- lieve you to bo a gentleman, indisposed to another an intentional wrong. My at-- 1 tentlon has beon called to an item in the JoutiNAL of a week or so ago in which you speak of a card I wrote to the Rich- mond JUguler correcting an error in refer-- 1 ence to an address I delivered recently at Ilerea as "a little thin" and say "there is sense nor truth in the revised report for no one sees any such thing as the Ju dge I have cause to complain declares exists of this and ask space to say a word or two ITo trio IMllorof the luterlor GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. ' Lancaster. -A. Biker u the candidate for be LegiHlature, nominated by the repub-d- o Iican" Co,U has bou8ht he ' D' 8tock of Koot,s ffom 8colt Bf7att at CmP Nelion and Mr. W. K. Marrs, of this Place' hM Kone down lo ,ftka char8 of anJ run "me- -which appear to have been gen-n- o thronghout the county, have fallen tbe P"1 w?eck!anJ lhe fsrme Jec,are ih wcre e the salvation of the in, ,ime Jn M'ROBERTS, & STAGG, PHARMAGEUT1STS - f0' Opera House Block, DriiRH, "'", M Stanford, Ky.. Clicuiicnls, PnintH, COrn,RtndTlobacc',r"0P';. aj , jt Mr. Lewji V. Phillips, an old citiren Needleau I. lyineM the point of death Our Jewelry, Silverware nud duticnl HomN Department is lu Charge or (Tel. J',:,n Wnipsnn. Blood Thus. Richards, who will Repair Hatches and Clocks promptly and la th ti Kl,,hHi . ; U thtrouble and no hopes are style. Vmvu d nlertaIo-of his recovety ' '' T fn. WitlCH. SlUHlcal Wall Paper, IiiHtruentenUfe, UOOKM, Iilriuor (jtutiuiicry, Pocket Cutlery, Soups, Tobaccos, OilH, MnchlB PeiTiinicry, Eitirupg, Fire 4 rni , T" H. C. RUPLEY! ,t l't. NEW GOODS SPRING & SUMMER well-kno- wn ' serv-stan- O. Rttr d ad Ooa STATE COLLEGE of tt j UCKY t "8 1 d ,be-in- Me-sic- FIRE INSURANCE. ni - g PHILIPS, ujii IReneWER DYSPEPSIA, 1 Masonlieiincr's Restaurant 1 TONIC, victory-nfaaTOin- n 1 urai DB-cas- ci 1 37-l- ooth-pullin- LOGS WANTED. ... .t..n 1 11 1 tit I will pay the highest price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and Hickory Logs delivered at any station of the ft. L. N., K. or R. - ap-pr- WASHINGTON, lit des-titu- to Pullman Caps. For the BOWELS. rfUu Jrull RD1AL. n. ZLsTZEW YORK, BOSTON. I I j dand-rurl'an- d 1 erst-cla- ss All Sorts of i s ti er com-blue- same-neis.- V 1 Tor ju. 3ini-SSteckIynierioronr- every democrat as it should be his pleasure to go to the polls It it the duly of GEO. O. BARNES. next Monday and vote for J. W. Tate for The republicans will k Visit to the Vatican, the Wonder State Treasurer. of Wonders. July 27, 1885 unite on Fox and hope with the prohibition Stafford, Ky.. element and eomo disaffected members of A L, WATS PKAININU THE E.OUI. the democratic party to reduce Tate's ma jority and then blow about the decline of W. P. WALTON. our party in the old Kentucky stronghold. "PiiosrEcr Point," Landoch, N. India, June 10th, 1885. Let us therefore be on the alert and by our continued from last issde been decided to burj Gen. Grant votes show that we endorse and approve has There is a covered way from the Vatican in Central Park, New York, and Saturday, democratic men and measures and hail old Papal to the castle of St. Angelo-t- he August Stb, has been fixed as tbe day for with delight the return of an honest adfortress, but now a royal citadel which His fa ministration of our national affaire. cocnipninfc bia body to the tomb. mUBt have been most convenient in old urral will be one of the grandest in history Since the race for representative teems times, when tho reigning Pope wantirod over a hundred thousand veterans,wlth made up, we trust that those democrats who ed a place of safety to flee to. It is subGen. Hancock in command, will march iu do not wish to vote for Mr. Simpson on his stantially in the form in which it was erect in procession to his grave. The body will prohibition platform, will refrain from ed by Hadrian Emperor 1,750 years ago Interview with Mr. B.S. Hite, the Inventor Tamainat Mt McGregor till August 4th, of the,Heat tender. votirg for a legislative candidate. No true for his own tomb. An enormous cylindricwhen it will be taken to Albany, where it Reporter "Mr. Hite, how came you to or a republican either, for that al structure; very lofty, answering admi democrat, will lie in state a day and then be taken to invent your Heat Fendei?" who honors party customs and par- rably for a fortress into which it was con the City Hall, New York, where it will lie matter, Mr. Hite "Well, sir, my mind was first ty organisation, ought to encourage Bob verted over a thousand years ago. after imitate till the day of burial, ibe by a little incimuch to disorganize having for ages served aa a burial place set to work at the mntter who has done so procesj was very successful and bin, dent which occurred while I wan living on political parties. for Roman Emperors and their families. Ike features of the great General are now both my farm in Missouri. My wifo being in It isn't every day one can walk across a delicate health, I used to aulst her about more natural than when distorted by pain Tni3 is the ticket for you to vote: bridge 1,700 years old, as those who visit rioting his long confinement. The coffin is For Treasurer Jno. V. Tate. her work a good deal, I was roasting coffee Rome may do in crossing the Tiber, In Beginning with July 1, 1885, wo announco our the finest ever made, with solid one of For Slate Senator Maj. F. D. Kigney. over a hot stove one hot day in July and front of this same castle of St. Angelo. trimmings and a gold plate, with U. S, County Judge, of Lincoln Hon. unFor the heat and smell of the coflee was so Hadrian built this elegant structure also business in Stanford. Our Grant engraved on it. Since his death Thcs. W. Varnon. has been far bepleasant, I remarked to her that 1 did not gito unite his tomb with the city. Ten s has been the recipient of Mt. Grant For Constitutional Convention Yes. see how women could stand such work. She yond our gantic angels crown the 5 butresees supexpectations; a gradual increase month of telegrams nf condolence from the answered, 'You are always trying your inCot. Weathertord Declines. porting the arches, on either side of the leading msn of this country, North and ventive genius, why don't you Invent some month. We take this opportunity of thanking you for roadway 5 and the whole is of marble. To the Editor of tbe Interior Journal. Sauth, as well ai from the rulers of the thing to relieve us?' " those old Permit me to say through your columns They didn't "care for expenses" countries of the old world. The whole Q. "Are there many of your Fenders in your very liberal patronage and assure in our various country joins in mourning for the honored that, while I gratefully acknowledge the Romans. use and to what satisfaction have they prov Oar next visit was to me the most imoffered by my many friends branches our motto shall be aoldier and president. Southern men espe kindly support ed?" Best Goods for tho cially ecai to feel his death and those who of both political parties, I have no aspira pressive of all the Mammertine prison of A. "There are several thousand of them Again thanking you for favors, we hope to see 25 years ago stood up against him in deadly tions for a place in the Legislature. Neither Paul's confinement, and where he most now iu use in the States of Missouri, Illi- Money." .battle now mourn the loss that a common my own repugnance to a canvass nor my likely perished at the hands of the heads nois, Indiana and Ohio and there are not as all of old customors and many new ones in tho coming country sustains. Of the manifestations of een?e of the duties I owe my family would man. It is to me the holiest spot In Rome, many as five of that number that have is tbe most certainly identified in ids late enemies of the South, Gen. Grant permit me to have my name introduced in for it failed to give satisfaction or that the parties year. Respectfully, recently wrote. "I am thankful for the the contest. I therefore kindly but per- connection with the holy saint and martyr, would part with the fender for the price." of a candidacy. "of whom the world was not worthy." le emptorily decline the honor Providential extension of my time to Q "What directed you to this county me to continue my work. I am furth- Very respectfully, J. W. Weathebford. Two prisons, one above the other, the tower to introduce it in this State?" in olden times a dungeon, approached only Hustonville, July 27, '85. er lbaokful beciuse it has enabled me to A. "Several considerations combined to through a hole In the centre of the door of ee for myself the happy harmony which so bring me here. First I notice that geoMOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. the upper apartment, which gave it tbe onsaddenly sprung up bstween those but a graphically this county is about the centre Hon, Isaac Caldwell still lingers in a ly occasional gleam of light it could pos- of Jew years ago engaged in deadly conflict-I- t the State. Second, it is near tbe mounsibly have. As it was 1.S0O years ago when h been an inestimable blessing to me critical condition. tains, making coal and timber accessible for El Mahdi, the false prophet, seems to the dear apostle of the Gentiles made its manufacturing, it being my object to locate to bear the kind expressions towards me in horrid vault-lik- e rotunda resonnd with the from all parts of our country, from be certainly dead. pepBoni Third, I no low murmur of his prayers, or the cheer- a manufactory in this State. A box of chigkens were hatched out people of all nationalities, of all religions ticed there was a railroad junction at this aadof no religion; of Confederate and of by the heat in a Louisville store, Saturday. ful songs of His praiee. Truly "holy place and also one just above here, which ground" if there is such in Rome. ZKatienal troops alike; of soldiers' organizi--iioaWilliam W. Smith a We closed the delightful day at the stu- make shipping facilities good; alto that of mechanical, scientific, religious was hanged at Oiceola, Neb., Friday. A artists, first there is living water here for the operation dios of several "Bret-classand other societies, embracing almost every crowd of 5,000 people witnessed the execuvisiting Rogers' rooms, our own American of machinery." tion. ciUzsn in the land. They hare brought (J. "What has been your plan for IntroDaniel L. Williams has been nominat- genius, where we were shown every atten- joy to ray heut if they have not effected a ed for the lower house of the Legislature tion and courtesy by his gentlemanly eon. ducing your enterprise here?" core." A, "I first went to Crab Orchard Spring by the democracy of Green and Taylor The "Lost Pleiad!" which I believe Mr. The death ecens of Gen. Grant with his counties'. repRogers himself counts his master piece, is being attracted there by its Jaithfol wife and weeping children gatherAttorney General Garland haa so far exquieite beyond deecription. Only 2d to utation over tbe West. I formed a compaed around him is thus described by a United States Marappointed thirty-fou- r that, if indeed at all inferior, is Nydia, ny there for the operation of ten counties. All stood in silence until just shals, thirty-tw- o District Attorneys, and the blind flower girl of Bulwer's graphic When we organized we increased the limit aa Dr. Newman hastily entered. The Gen- ten Justices of Territories. "Last Days of Pompeii." The Pleiad is of stock to be issued to fifty thousand dol eral opened bis eyes, which had been cloDavid Be well cot another negro named looking back upon the heaven she has lars and I entered into contract with them sedor hours, but whether to see or not, Thomas Duke at Lily, Laurel county, from forfeited by her choice of human love and for the whole State. Aa this stock Is taken whether of his own will or not, can not be the effects of which he died: Both were the artist makes the crisis speak in the a certain per cent, goes into tbe treisury told; be did not move them, they saw noth- railroad hands. Sewell escaped. DEALER W spotle's marble. Nydla is in a listening for the establishment of a factory and a ing. The eyelids gently dropped, and John Moppln, who murdered Daniels attitude with hand to her ear, noMrila dis- certain percent comes to me for the terriHardware, Horse Shoes, Groceries, Saddles, -- vitbout a struggle, without a gasp, with- last June because Daniels married his and an anxious, doubtful, expectant tory of the S a!e." Iron, Nails, Qucciisware, Huggy Whip out a quiver, the first soldier of tbe nation, daughter, was taken from the Mound City tended, be Q "What advantage will the factory look upon her beautiful features, in perfect HtiKKV Wheels, Ntovcs, Cane MIIIm, Harness, first citizen, passed away. Mrs. (111.) jiil Sunday morning and hung by a and its keeping with her journey through Pompeii to a towt?" Npol;cH, GralcM, a Covens Cider Mills, Grant buried her fice in her handkerchief, mob. A. "There are US counties in this Slate. that awful day in eearch of those she loved IlllUM, Stoneware, Corn ShcllerH, Collars xndaftera feweconda Dr. Shrady said, Secretary Manning haa given the dislonged to save. Other choice works Throw out IS as pauper countici. By putAt last!" Dr. Douglas sighed, "It's all tillers to understand that he will insist that and young Rogers showed us, and kindly pre- ting agents in each county they certainly OUver Chillsd, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plowi, over," and brushed away an unexpected they pay the tax on whisky in bond at the Wooien and sented us photos of the two master pieces would dispose of one Fender in each counCast I"umps, and the Celebrated M&yfleld Elevator. Tin RoaN tear. expiration of the three years and seven as we took our leave. We remember his ty a day. That would require a factory ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. months now allowed. s t is said that copies of his late courtesy most gratefully. Then we went with a capacity of 100 Fenders per day. Green-bur- g nurnmvn Johtl urlaht. Jr. A mob woke up the jailer at aheet have been filed against Capt. to Blaccbi's studio, whoee exquisite "Su This would take a force of 200 hands. Avand demanded his keys, the intention D. A. Murphy, now superintendent of the sannah" (surprised by the "Elders") and eraging the families at four per hand, this Government building at Frankfort, to being to take Geo. Elwards, the leader of "Prayer" well repaid our vieit not to would bring a population of S00. These THE NJG1V GKOCEKY AND H.lKDWAItE HOUSE OF one of the factions there, out and hang prove that he is a partisan of the most speak of most courteous attentions, there workmen would get each on an average and disgusting sort. He not only him. The town was aroused, thopgh, and also. A third studio that of a famous $2 50 per day, making a total of $500 per published the ecandals set afloat on Mr the mob retreated. Italian landscape painter, finished our art day, or a weekly pay roll of $3,000." The Courier JournaCt representative, Cleveland during the canvass but in edi(J. What will it pay stockholders on studies for the day, Rstttrning to our hotorials denounced him in every conceiv- who went to "Lawlees Letcher" county tel we called in at a manufactory of Ro- their investment?" Jackson, concludes that tbe man pearls and saw "now they did it." As able way. If the Capt. had as much self A. "By manufacturing them (not bayreports tent out from that juptct at he has for venom he would not every one knows they make them prettier ing them elsewhere) the company clears a have waited to be kicked out of office un-ti- section are not warranted by the facts; that than the natural ones ever grew, as well as net profit of $14 on each Fender sold, out- Would kliJly ik your attcttion to tho fact that they Juit reMrntJ frou tbe clttn with a tog a nan guilty of as many crimes as he a few bad people have given the many frh and wrll telcctr.1 itotk of CHOICE larger. Happily the poor oyster never side of all expenses. The population of the a reputation which they do not deled feu readers to believe Mr. Cleveland-- ' knows how man can do in a minute what State is 1,500,000. Dividing this by five, was. Murphy should go and not bs allowed serve. it takes him long months and no end of the census rule, will give 300,090 families. AtWoodbine Mr. Toggle, who killed toobeerye the order of his going. weaplng to accomplish, if it be true that In the course of G to 10 years there can be In enJIcti rarltty, dainty In quality and utlifactory In price; tbli we guarantee. Our alia shall U a neighbor named irosper twenty-fou- r at all time to iuply etery want In ojr line. real pearls are oyster tears with which they put at least one in every third family. This Ms. G. R. Keller, editor of the years ago, was killed on Thursday by the grain of something will make 100,000 at $14 each, or a profit of haa shown up frauds in the drown an infinitesimal latter'i) sons. Mr. Toggle's niece is teachreturn of the Robertson county primary or other that happens to invade their shell $1,400,000 on a $50,000 investment." ing school in the neighbarhood, and the Conilitaof tho Btandard Brandt ol Europe and America. Our largo line of Cooking Btoni Include election that should forever disgrace the and set their lachrymal glands to work. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. the justly celebrated "Oreat Wfttern ReaerTe" and many other family larorltd. Our Cblni, Olaa Trosper boys did not want their relations perpetrator! if no la:v can be found to send to Seated around a lot of tables were nimand Queenaware atock rocil.ta In part of Table, Tra and Chamber complete, Olauware richly cot be taught by any one of the Tuggles, and by Jno, B, Fish. Managed lbem'to the State prison. Nicholas and and etched. In tho way of Breadituffa wenamoliuckwhcat Hour, the queen ol all tribes. Our celeble fingered girls, each with a globule of the quarrel grew out of this. Mr. Beauty Folk, of Altamont, was in brated Talent "O. M." Flour, urlralled for cake and pastry, while Itlce and Hominy, our own patrt-oti- c Koberteon counties elect a Legislator wax on the end of each needle; and many President Cleveland dispatched .Ad product!, arrayed as faithful adjuncts. All the delicacies In Foralgn and Dotnwtlc Confectlooa town Sunday. Elder Savage, of the Meththem and the dirty piece of business needles thus headed In a great cushion be are here. Tin, Stone, Wooden and Wlllowware, Electric Lamps, Stationery. Canned Meata and Froltj General Drum to Mrs. Grant with of an effort on the part of jutant fore them, In the left hand each girl held odist church, was here Sunday. He preachwas tbeiesult and a complete line of Cigars and Tobaccoa. Well, thlalt only a hint of what we bate. Bellevlm a letter of that we can make It to your lntereit, we confidently ailc an examination of our goo.lt and your patraa- ibe betee in tbe latter county to defeat vey to him condolence and asked her to con- a cup with a pearl colored, soft paste, the ed morning and eveniDg. To day is county court day. Thedock-e- t Iteipectlully, TA1 LOlt IIHOTIIEUH. ibe will of the people and secure a mem- herself and any intimation of the wishes of preparation of which was the secret of the her children in respect to the is light, but there is a larger crowd in ber from their county, bat Judge Harding trade. She deftly dipped the globe of wax selection of the place of burial, the conduct iuw become satisfied that his nomination In the paste, revolved it once and then town than usual, caused no doubt by tbe of the funeral ceremonies and the part was by fraudulent means and has withstuck it to dry in an empty cushion, When closeness of the election. which may b 3 borne by those charged with The Teachem' Institute for Rockcastle drawn leaviog the field to Hon. L. F, dry a lovely peaJfll Slipped off the needle the administration of the Government. strands are county convened this morning with about Mann, of Nicholas. and duly strung the glittering Good fortune follows Gen. Grant dead, present. Prof. Lugenbeal, of Tra Somerset liqmblican fires a column as it accompanied him through life. His ready for the neck of beauty. They are 30 teachers is Its conductor. J, It. Cook Mitchell, Ind., wonderfully pretty and maryeloualy cheap. of questions at us and while we would not UQok Pergonal Memoi of tj. S. Grant ' . Oar landlord when we went out said in was made secretary. jcall its attention to the old adage thtv "a I which DEiLKtS IK he always designated as "Mrs. Msj. John D. Harris, candidate for the "Ven you come very broken Eogllsh: fool can ask more questions in an hour Grant's book," received his finishing touch Madison, Estill and Rockcastle Drugs, Books, Stationery and than a wise man can answer in a day," we last Saturday. The cnarantee sales al back von vera goot maccaronl I vill gif." Senate from counties, was in town Fancy Articles. are forced to postpone our reply till next ready made assure the widow $300,000, And he kept his word. Italians may eat talking the boys up to the voting (Monday) point. He such often, but I never taeted any dish wane, aa we have been absent from home with a probability that her Physicians' rcrlptlons accurately compounded. percentage on half eo good. Maccaronl, well cooked, is has no opposition as yet. wad did not see the paper in time for so the sales will Alto amount to $500,000. It will b'eyond Things are begining to warm up conyrM. aBajsjatjaaJajW MKCititt compare, the Prince, tbe King, the extended an answer as the article deaerrer. be published in the United Eng-lanStates, Emperor, the Grand Mogul of dishes. But siderably in tbe legislative race. Ramsey We do not propose to defend democratic France, Germany, Italy and Austria. 's tho Italians alone can make it rightly, as and Magee are both in this county. extravagance, if it exists, but we will be Lou. Times. friends are confident of bis election. Tho Largest Stook of Watches, Clocks, Italian wheat alone can make tbe exact we think, to show that our financial able, Jewelry and Silverware flour that forms the delicious tubular com- His position on the road and whisky laws afltira have been managed in every respect MARRIAGES. maccaronl is a almost assurer this. Now is the time to do Ever bought to tbli market Prices Lower than estible. That is why Italian aa good as circumstances would allow, The Princess Beatrice, the last ungood work. the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Kc-Fgr the reasons given above wo also differ married child remaining in tbe union be- monopolv. Had Yankee wheat been the palred on abort notlco and Warranted. right kind, the Yankees would long eince to the Louieyille Common'ofs ar- tween tbe Queen of England awply A It E YOU MADE MISERAI1I.E by Indigesand the late the indolent Italian manufacturers out tion, Constipation, DlzzlnetJ, Lou of Arpetlte ticle of Biturday. Prince Albert, was Thursday given in mar- run of market. But our wheat wont make tbe Yellow Skin? Hhlloli'. Vltallzrr Is a wUt of Col. J. W. Weather-lar- d riage to Prince Henry of Battenburg. The declination gale by Penny A McAIIstcr. stuff. I am told since coming to India cure. Tor to accept the nomination for the legisMr. B. F. Coffey and Miss Maud is largeConsumption Cured. lature given him by tbe republican party, Wriuht eloped from Montlcello to Tennes- - that the wheat of the Punjab, here, An old physician, retired Trout practice, having f tfsflB Baa and were married by a justice in Fen- ly exported for maccarcnl and comes near leaves the track to Mr. Babbitt, bo It bad placed In bis hands by an East India missionrecognized opposition from either pprty is tress county. The Signal says the contract- est the Italian wheat of any other. But the formula of a timple vegetable remedy for needs a tropical heat to bring the grain to ary t)eedy anil permanent cure of Consumption, coacerced. It is a deplorable stale of affairs ing parties were seated on their horses the AND particular food Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma and all Throat and but ym ehall hope for the beat; though it while tbe dignified official, who was both the right point for that product. L'.ng Aflectlont, alaaa positive and ra Ileal cure be almost hoping against hope. hatlets and coatless with his "pantaloons I After dinner we paid a second visit to for Nervous debility and all Nervous Complaints, held up by a Bhlngle nail," performed tbe aft-- r having tested ltt wonderful curative powers assessed value of property of all Tu the Colosseum. The gloilous moon was In A Full ami coinplcto iiHSorfuicm of Furniture, thousands of cases, has felt It bit duty to mako eiiilimcJiiR ev uouVin Kentucky in 1885 la S390.827.9C3, ceremony riding high in tbe tky, that only Italy It known to bit autlerlni; follows. Actuated by orytliliig from tho Cheaiicut to tlio FliicHt Parlor NiiUch. ft The Rice Brother.', sold last week to knows; delicious balm was In the air and thlt motive and a desire to relievo human sutler-In- xxecil to jr$,203,992 more than in 1880 In 1871 Ro to tho larfjo cities to make your ptirchaKCH, no nittlicr Wm. Arnett, of Shelby county, 63 head of nothing was lacking to the enchantment of I will tend freo of charge, to all who desire the valuation was 5120.519,101, just In German, French or English, what quantity or quality you want, uHlcaii ami will ilnnlicatA more than for the present yeir. The ftUcvtle, averaging 1,193 pounds for 5 the eceno as we strolled around the great It, this recipe, with full directions for preparing and using. Sent any prices yon can obtain clHcwhcre, freight being milled. mcraue of valuation in Lincoln county cents per pound. J his U the best and arena where the gladiators fought and the by mall by addrcMlng with stamp, naming this n full assortment of Collins, Cases, Shrouds and Robes as from 53.828,140 in 18S0 to 51,107.021 hrgest cattle tale we have heard of in the wild beasts leaped upon their quivering paper, W, A. Noybs, 119 I'owors Block, rCoohcs-ter.iny, mis isiu .it3H nijsirn, siuiis sjiiviiis uiiti CAIieUHlTC. ll'iifn rOOHIA Y. county for some titae.-Sptn- cer 885. in J Courier. humn prejjand the ferocious spectator, uiijiunnu pit. iiniij'ii jiiuivii It -- Emperor, court and populace, applauded both so many centuries ago. Then we sat down upon some ruined fragments of what had once been part of tbe noble structure and sang gospel eonge. I can not describe the weird effect of a few voices raited in song in the vastnets of that prodigious ruin. It swallows up tho tiny volume of sound that seems to fail before reaching the towering circle of the Ipfty walls. The effect of moonlight on that vast interior la well known and often have travelers attempted to Impart it to others. As well attempt to reproduce tho Colosseum by photography. It may not be accomplished by human wrt. Ever in Jesus, Geo. O. Hahnks. S To Our Friends & Patrons: third sil-T- j year's trade thou-vand- after that "The Least BRIGHT CURRAH. s, " I wide-sprea- d w. H. HIGGINS, It veno--anou- TAYLOR BROS. he with-Judg- e blood-curdlin- g law-abidi- FAMILY GROCERIES OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY Faffl m 'MMmtm .... PHARMACISTS, d, Ma-gee- JEWELERS. UBTOERTAKER, WiAllli. Ala uiiiiiiuni, 'vj Iealei' in U,nirnitiiie g, S3S,-091,1- N cmbrso j$emi-88IcehIj)$nler- ior loura July LOCAL Five Shares of Farmers National Stock for flile, Apply at the Bank. well-burne- Bank Stanford, Ky., l, 3. N. .Mall Bmcic Two hundred and fifty thoua 27, 1885 and, hard and for aale by Henry Baugbman. 15 TIME CARD. , tiitn South xpre strain" South...... ' " Norb going North- 1 a.m. a 05 a.m. HOr.y, 8.2 S3 r. m. My cjatomers will please not be imposed upon, but be sure that they get the "Belle of Stanford" Flour before they pay for it. R. T. Mattlngly. BituiHi & Cuhran cut locae on coal. Any coal In tho association delivered In town by the car at 10c or 'Jo on the track. The beat Jellico coal at lie delivered, 10c on track. The jotb li calculated on standard time. time la About 23 minutes fastor LOCAL NOTICES. Hoist School Hooks at ttjume'a. Machine Needle at Uournb'H. T' Buy your school booki (torn Penny A A Washington dlepateh aays that "Tho McAlislcr. an J Jewelry repaired on short practice of the law must be dull Indeed in Watcheb notice, and warranted bf Penny & McA.Ih-tr- . Kentucky when you consider the number Buy the Ilaaa Hog IJemedy, tho orit;! of lawyers of the Stato who have lately nal and only genuine, from Penny i&McAl-late- r. applied here for comparatively small op polntmenta." It ia dull for a fact. A leadA complete stock of jewelry, latent ing lawyer of this bar aitya that since he ityle. Kockford watohea n specialty. Pen- began the practice in 1S03 he haa never ny A McAlister. known 10 little litigation as at present. In Faiimeh?, Read Tims. Go to Dr. M. fact he aays that for twelve Months ho baa L. Bourne's drug rtoro and get one package of Sam A. Clark's Hop Remedy. If you cot made expenses. ire not satis Bed after using it your money The Band and others who attended the will b refunded. Klrksvillo Fair say that notwithstanding PERSONAL. tho rain interferred considerably the at Mihs Daisy Himinside haa one to tendance waa large and the exhibits most satisfactory. More than expenses were re Lancaster to isk friends. Mi. Ida Pnr.wirrr, of Boyle, la with allied and the stockholders will receive a her courio, Miss Lucy Tate. dividend. A number of eumptuous free Ml- - fcl.LEN EAHEN hit gone to dinners were spread, but our boya say that Karmdale to viit Misa Mitule Sims Al-le- that of President J. W. Embry took tho cake, or perhaps It would be more correct Miw. J A. GitCMlv, of Nashyllle, la to say the boya took the cake and all the the suett of her couiln, Mm. II. J. McKob other good things with wnlch the table was erta. loaded . " Mn D. R Hamilton, of the L. & N The txamlnlrg trial of Robt. Chappel otlicea, Louisville, la on a vlult to hia par-enfor the killing of Joe Jones occupied the Mi?a Minnie Suiturn, of Bradifordi-vill- e, greater part of Friday and resulted in haa returned from a tlsit to Miss Judge Varnon holding him formanslaugh Angle Ballon, term bond of $1,000 to the Circuit Court, MimMollie Owens, of HuetonTllle, which he gave with his father, Mr. Tbos. U the guest of her aluter, Mra. J. W. Sal. Chappell, as security. The county waa represented by Commonwealth's Attorney lee. Monticello Signal. Rev. am Mrj. F. 8. Poliitte and R. C. Warren and the accused by P. M. Rtr. JI. C. Morriaon have gone to the McRoberta and F. F. Babbitt. It waa proved that Jonea had hit Chappell with a High Bridse Camp Meeting Mil. C. 8. NlELD, of Allamonl, a coin-panir- d whip, had beat a younger brother with the hia wife here and they were the same and called Chappell a d- -n a n of a gueata of Mr H J. McRoberta. but there being conflict of testimony Misa Sue Wade Beazley has been ai to Jonea' attitude towarda him at the up from Loulirille for several daya attend time of the ahooting, Judge Varnon log the bedside of her dying brother, Jim. thought it best to have the case settled by Mn. and Mm. T. R. Walton and a jury. Several of the witnesses awore Judge J. M. Phllipa left yesterday for that Jonea waa making demonstrations Richmond, Old Point Comfort, Virginia towarda Chappell at the moment of the Beach and Washington. shooting, but Tom Fish and perhaps oth MkhR" Gro. H. McKinney, A. 8. ers testified that he waa not looking at Mytra and J. W. Htyden led yeaterday Chapptll and did not know after be waa shot for a fishing excursion up the Cumberland who did the shooting. Taking all the cirto lie Creca Springs netr the Narrows, to cumstances together it was the general be gone several weeka. verdict of the spectators that no jury Samuel Walton, a worth young would ever convict Chappell, but it is lawyer of Lancaster, U an applicant for well enough to 1st the case go before one. the Consulate at Buenoa Ayre, and has The excursion to High Bridge on last potent backing for the pile. It U a charm Siturday afternoon proved an exceedingly iog climate to lire in, and tie salary ia iV pleaant occasion and it waa the unanimous 000. -- rimes dlf patch. verdict of the fifty-od- d persona composing "local MATTERS. it that Mteirs. Frank Harris, Smith Irwin hlE hundred reasoned oak pests and and F. M. Aneley, the three railroad off'200,000 poplar ihtnglta for sale by George icials, who arranged for the enjoyment of their guests, are entitled to their heartiest I). Wearen, Agent. Mil thanks for the royal manner In which they B K. Weaken haa employed a first catered to their every desire. An elegant oUm upholsterer and those needing hia placed it their disposal and the I. car should apply at once as hia engage-me- A N. and Cincinnati Southern oSicials ex ia only for a short time. tended the courieiy of free transportation persona having claims against the over their lines. Arriving at High Bridge All estate of Thomas Wallace, dve'd, ate di- a little after i! o'clock, the excursionista directed to present them to me properly ver- vided up into par.ies, some of whom went ified immediately. J. B. Paxton, Admr. 'Jt to the cimp meeting, othera climbed down the long (light of step over the clifl to the Wr hope oar citizens will arrange for a valley below and "excurted" up the river memorial service on the day of the burial on "Blue Wing No. 1," while a number of ol General Grant, August Sth. A great the gentlemen joined in tho innocent amuseraldier and afterwards the president of our ment of pitching quoits. The fun oi the country, we should join the na- latter was rudely dispelled, however, by a tion in honoring his memory. couple of policemen, who Informed them The same machinery used in manufac- that gaming of all kinds was strictly probib turing the Heat Feeder can be used during iced on the grounds. About sun down two the winter teaon in the manufacture cf huge freezers of Icecream and other refreshfurniture. Hence a Fender manufactory ments having arrived from Loulaville, a and delicacies combines with it a furniture manufactory spread of the substantial m well, which paya from 30 to 10 per brought by the three gentlemen named and their families waa made and the whole cent. of Siturday supple- formed a formed a feast that we never saw TnE soaking rains mented by those of Sunday came just in exceeded in excellence, variety and abun the niche of time for (he corn and oiiitr d mce. Exercise had whetted the appetites cropa. which were begining to need rery and the onslaught waa terrific, but even after the fearful attack, there "were taken up badly, A triptbrongh Linoln, Boyle, and Jessamine convinced us that seven baskets full" of good things untouchthe prospect of a large yield of the former ed. Afterwards the entire party went to the camp meeting and heard a very sensicereal waa never more promising. ble sermon on "The wages of sin Is death," A TEiminLE accident happened to Mr. by Rsr. J. S. Sims, brief and to tho point. A horse, The mualc was a very decided feature, emElijah Spoonamore, Friday. which he waa leading, bit at a colt that bracing besides a number of fioe voices, an waa running around him but catching organ, a piano, a cornet and triangle. Prol. Mr. Spoonamore inatead tore off hia scro- Briatow leads the choir and he Is an exceltum knd otherwise mangled him. Dr. Pey- lent vocalist. At 0 o'clock our car was ton waa called nnd administered to the Buf- hitched on to the accommodation train and fering man, who at last accounts was doing in a short time we were at Junction City, well. where a special engine soon landed us at against EJ. Johnaon, Sam Stanford. It was a delightful trip in every The ciaea Embrr and Allen and West Hansford, lespect, not a single thing occurring to mar negroee, for detaining Misses Lncy and its enjoyment, and Messes. Harris, Irwin Elbradie Marcum without their consent and Analey will long occupy a big place in of those to whom they gave so for tho purpose of having criminal knowl- the hearta much pleasure. The following persons comedge of them, were tried before Judge Carposed the party: Messrs. Frank Harris and son Friday morning. The proof agalnat EJ. Johnson and Bam Embry waa especial- wife, Smith Irwin and wife, F. M. Ansley ly strong. The girls aware that they ran and wife, W. M. Bogle and wife, Wayerly them for nearly a mile and when they final Hamilton and wife; Dr. J.G Cirpenter and Knd wife, (of Bards-towly caught them, Embry took hold of one of wife, Capt. J. E. Crouch Capt. T. S. Dooley and wife, II. E. them acd tried to silence her screams by threatening to kill her. Mr. Allen Berz Bailey and wife, R. S. Moran and wife, the ley waa attracted by tho noise and went to writer and wife, Mra, Lou Shanks, Mrs. l!ie scene, when the negroes ran off. The Kate Hays, Mieses Bailie VanDeveer, Mary girls were frightened ho they could hardly Brown, Daisy Burnside, Lettie Helm, May tail what had happened to them. The Helm, Lucy Burton, Alma Hays, .Bessie negroes would probably have gone Scott Wherritt, Annie and Ella Shanks.'-Eliz-i free but on their return to tow. Mar hft' Owsley, Iva Smiley, Kittio nnd E 121 Rout, Newlnnd overheard thom tell how iho; of Stanford, Misses Hannah Crouch and Ida had run two girls and tho carBjuencsa. Crowley, Birdstown, Miss Lizzie A. Burnn, Peyton and Hugh Tho girls are said to bo of excellent char- of New York,D8. J. F. Rsld, Matt. Woodsou, Judge T. P. Hill, deacter and two of the negroes at least N Cole, Engineer Fred serve to be severely dealt with. They Joe Rice, Capt. I held in $200 load each to the Circuit Burgess, Louin B. Gray, Jamca Elmore, were Woodaou Hooker, Will and Carroll Shank. Court and are tow in jill. t). bh, It is asked where will the factory for the upon. The accidentoccurrel at 7J o'clock, manufacture of tho Heat Fender be locat- Sunday morning. 11 ed? It will be located wherever a conMiss Nannie Wood, of Danville, who trolling Interest of the atock ia subscribed. " has been visiting Mis Louanna James, reHenry Bright and Billy Williams are turned home last week Miss Nannie ia a engaged In theenterpriso of putting Casey ytrj lovable young lady and made ina'jy county on wheels. In five days they dis- friends during her visit here. We have no doubt "one fond heart" was made happy by posed of eleven buggies and made arrangements ta dispone of several others. They her return, as tbe pike between here and say they sell them so low that everybody Danville was kept red hot by the buggy of a certain individual durinc her stsr here. can afford to ride. It was with much difficulty that J. L. We call attention to the interview with Slaven's comfortable residence near tbe dethe Heat Fender inventor, which appears pot was saved from being consumed by fire elsewhere, and oak our citizens to investi- on last Thursday. It seems that the fire gate the proposition to establish a manu- was caused by the igniting of a match in factory here. There seems to be good an upstairs room, which was undiscovered money in it and this location can not be by the family. The fire had gotten under excelled for such an enterprise. considerable headway, having consumed The superior attractions at the Huston- - two beds, the carpet and damaged moro or vllle Fair, which begins Wednesday and less tho furniture in tbe room when it was lasts till Friday, are sure to draw a crowd. discovered by some centlemen at the depot, who went immediately to the rescue. The Io addition to events of the day, the SXND 10K A (ATALObCK OK walla and celling were considerably damRKPEnESCKa W refer by ptrmiu'on to tho Shannon Dramatic Troupe will hold following (,'entlenien Ills Excc.kncy, J. ProcJor by the copious use of water in g tho boards at night and appear in the best aged hnott. Oovemor of Kent uky Frsntfort, Ky.; Female College, OenM Payette Uewett, State AiiSltor. Frankfort, the flames. The house and fur plays. Miss S. is a splendid little actres, Ky , Col. It I). Allen. 8upt. Ky Military Instl-tiit- e niture were insured. and Pretident Ky Tea. i.rs Atsociatfcq, young and pretty, well aupjiorted by Mr. LANCASTER, KY. Jaridilale, Kt Col J. W. rte, -- tate Treasurer! The Trustees of Crab Orchard Collegi-at- e Giles Shine A. Company, and we guarantee ankfort, Ky , Prot. J I)eih- I'mkett, Supt. of School are lucky In eecurine the sprvl Larger Corps ol Instructors than any Femalo Col Public Instruction of KVnttickr, Frankfort, Ky.: that all who pstron'zs her will bo pleased. itrge ju lue oiaii'. nuuuiugs new ana sppsint- Gov. Luke P Wackburn, Louisville, Ky.j Gov ces of Prof. E. P. Hawes, of Louisville, as menth uoexcel'ed. Term reionabie. ext James h. McCreiry Richmond, Ky , Gen'I Hi teuton commences Ajjuit 3lit. 1SS3 King While, P'o.-- i! id Ark Rev R. H. The Temperance lectures of Mrs. C. 8 Principal of their school. Prof. Hawes is e For further Information, State Chap aln, Frankf rt, Ky. (312m) MUKRia EVANS, D V., Fm't. Nield at the Presbyterian church hayo at- a teacher of well known ability and twelve tracted great crowds, who have listened to years' successful experience. He is a gradher pleas against atrong drink with the clos- uate of Abingdon Colffgj and has taken a est attention. Of attractive personal ap thorough course in the Kansas City School pearance, possessed of n sweet and of Oratory. He comes excellently d voico and evincing a dcepcirnestntsj by the different School Boards by in the cause she has espoused, her words whom he has been employed heretofore and carry conviction to every heart, forced toad-mir- e from what we know of his past work bb her nobleness of purpose. The mat- Principal in graded Hith Schools wo Kr ter of her lectures is far above the ordinary no hesitancy, in predicting a profitable arguments used against intemperance and icnool year to all concerned. The patrons her sentences are many of them beautiful have now but to do their duty and ere Inm- As we go to press Crab Orchard will boast of and all as successful a -- DEALER IN she Is speaking to a large audience, and it school as there is in the State. is her purpose on closing to establish a Famous Peerless Traction Engine branch of tho Woman's Christian Temper- At rrlrate sale, 20 per cent, offllit, on reawnable ance Union here. We wish her God speed. Urins. AJuit and will be 10I1I. Guarantied good aa new. Tb putchr findlnr th rmn. r.u..i DEATHS. could cot pay for it. Inquire oledltorol this piper. Mrs. E. R. Metcalf, grandmother of SEYT ADTKBTlSEMEflTh. Mr. Thomas Metcalf, died last week at Nicholaaville, aged 80 years. The death of Senator J. II. Bruce remove from the section in which he resided, T?'!kn;kJ".wn Su,l,on Uou". t Williams- as honorable, upright and moral a gentle. wr We man as ever lived. He was a graduate of f,!J" l,rsaln to"""r-'-e- one wantingulv. Well will any It. u ui.i-vi'v Centre College and a man of fine sense and uiit;. SVTTOX A-- THOHXK. good business qualifications, as shown by "ct WlllUmiburg, Ky. the handsome estate that he amassed, variously estimated at S75.G00 to $100,000 in value, With the exception of a four years' I desire to sell my dwslllnj.houie In Stanford, term aa State Senator, which he filled moat situated on tbe corner of Main Btreet and Loim creditably, ho held no office, though fre- Arenue. quently urged to do so. Hia fortune will go onThe lot fronts 1T0 feet on Main Is Street and 500 Lojan Arenue. Tbe bouie ir.nie, newly to bis nearest of kin, of whom he has many repaired and has six rooms and upper and lower first cousins, aa he left no will. Mr. J. L. OutlMilldlUKSgrml.tsda good ee'retion of fruit treei on the Bruce qualified as adminiatrator of the es- purchaser. lot. Will sell at a bargain to tbe IN ADDITION TO GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, HE KEEPS , jr. AIAOHX. "-- " tate at Lancaster yesterday. Stanford, Ky. iiiiiiiWiflHnr 7i La-vini- a extin-guiahin- Garrard Kava-naug- ad-r- recom-mende- TSIEl CHEAP GHOOER T. R. WALTON, HOTEL FOR SAIiE : ' . Desirable Town Property. And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. Tin-- , Glass- - j. RELIGIOUS. aer-vi- ota nt - The Junction C.tylSunday-Schovention will be held July o0:h and 31st. Rey E. Y. Mullina, formerly of Louisville, will preach the sermon. The meeting at Logan's Creek, conducted by Revs. R. R Noel and C. C Green, starts out very promisingly, three addistions being made to the church the first day. I believe liquor is a good thing in its place, and I believe its place Is in hell. If I was in hell I might drink it, but so help me God I never will on this earth Sam Jones. drink it again. Sam Jones will arrive at the High Bridge Camp Meeting to day for a week's stay and great crowds are expected to hear him. The meeting there is a big improve ment on tbe Junction City Circus. The Hebrew congregation occupying Temple Adas Israel, Louisville, on hearing of the partial destruction of Chestnut street Baptiat church by fire, tendered the ue of temple to the unfortunate Christians. Such action is unprecedented in religious annals. ol Con- Administrators Notice. The heirs of Pejgy McPnersoa, deed., arc notilocal! on ire for tbclr dlitrllullTe share ot her estate. ?I JI. OVDVCItAIt. July 17, 1SSJ. (10 It) Admr. fied and Queensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- CENTRE COIilaQE, DANVILLE, KY. The nextrenlon of this oM, win op n dneday September 2 CHer 903 Alumni. Full Faculty and two full courses of itudy. iMtra 11 anl iuenttfic. Tuition $10, and contingent fes S3 per annum Free tuition to sons of minuter, and students of limited means. Furnished rooms, rent free, and cheap board in College Home to worthy applicants, boclety refined and moral. No talooci. tend for catalogue. O. BEATTY, LL. D , Tres't. (0 t) Notions, Ammunition and Spices,-Nai- ls and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. Canned Goods from the Best Can-'- i neries of the Country. Pension Claims Prosecuted WITHOUT FEE Unlets succcitlul, Twenty years experience. Apply to JIILO 11. STRVESH & CO. OFFICER, WashlngtOD, D.C., CleTeland, O , Detroit, Mtcb., Chicago, III. LAND, STOCK AND CROP WRIT OFJLEGTION. ON MONDAY, AUG. 3rd, 18SJ5, Elections will be held In Lincoln county as Indicated below to fill the vacancies mentioned! In tbe several Toting prVclncts of tbe eounty. to nu r. Ticaocy in ineomce 01 loumy Jiluge, and in Uuitonrille, Turneri-lll- e, Walnut Flat, Crab Orchard and Wayneiburg cItII dlitilcti, respectively to fill a vacancy In theofSce of cooitabla In each of aald districts J. X. JIKSEFEV, Sheriff Lincoln County. cotton brought 35 cents per pound at Memphis. I want to buy 75 or SO shoats of 100 to 125 lbs. W. II. Bartleson, Stanford. Tom Roblson sold to J. H. Miller a oxen at 3 cents. yoke of Smith & Anderson, Danville, Ky., have a superior article of Fallz seed wheat for sale. Only one year removed from the The first new bale of For Bargains, There Is No Place Like the Corner of Main and Somerset Sts. ! 2,100-poun- d Nearly all In cultivation, situated on the Stanford 2 miles Charbren, a fatal cattle disease, is pre- ana i,i nearer turnpiKercaii, about Will be ironi Lancaster, Ky. Well improved. sold vailing in the vicinity of New Iberia, La. privately. Any oae In need ot such a Farm csn get the particulars by calling on J. Potter on tho The malady has carried off hundreds of place or addressing tbe undersigned at Gilberts i.reeay.t.mcom county, &y. horses, mules and cows. Northern A Desirable Farm Containing about 100 Acres of Good Land, Becd. Lancaster Court. About 75 cattle on the market, none sold. No horses or mules sheep were offer on market. Eichty-aev- en ed, but withdrawn at $1 05 per head. Crowd rather small and business duller SHm jous f. 1101.TZCZ1A ir, Agent for E. II. brultb's Uelra KY. CENTRAL PAIR 4fc Over 40 Buggies, Carriages, ' Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagons, Over 40 Farm Wagons anil many other loocls to be RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES. -- AT DANVIIXE- ,- thau ever. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNT. AUOUST 4, 5, C 7. Font. Fox Bobbitt will address the peoCompetition Open to All. ple of Crab Orchard in College Hall, on No Entrance Fee. Thursday, July 30th, at night. Everybody Premiums Paid in Full. Too Many Goods on Hands; Trado is Dull and They Mu6t Bo Sold. invited, especially the ladles. Everybody Invited. C. O. Springs now number her guests Excursion Trains ana Reduced U. 8. Senator James B, GEO. D. WEAKEN, MuuiifUcturcrt,' Agent. by the hundreds. Rates. Bishop, of Ohio, and t. R. M. Beck, II'. J. 1.YLV, 1'icHtilent. 30-many other notables are among the num- J. JI. JIEYEIl, Secretary. ber at this fashionable resort. Tbe manno agement is composed of a clever eel of gentlemen and deserves Bticcess. Who will bo our Police Judge after OLD the August election, il a matter that io agitating the minds of the numerous OooJs, bitailtr, Mixed Artlclos, bhr-casWho Is tbeoldeatniau ? Dr. Brown voters of our city at preeent. A. Carson, Who la tho wUtit man 7 Col. l'oun'aln Rox Paints, Stationery, Toilet Aniita, Books, tetauvi, WvSf V I the present incumbent, will be a candidate 4c i Jc, Ac. Fobbltt. hi i t r it w.k Several other distinguished Who tbe luckiest for txmwvn'vu ii ari i LOcrCcrt Who is the handsomest man T Dr. EJ. Estcs. wife hasistriplets.) man? Sott II. Jooin, (bis What three couples aro going to marry next gentlemen are spoken of in this connecWho la tho sharpest perauu ' XI10 one. ?bo Joila week? This Is a secret, but Dr. ttourue wi.l toll tion. r uLr rk with yours truly, till tbe cowi come bone. you, Little Cathie May, the infant daughter (3 ijr; fr will Who deal with Dr. Bourne? All who want . r Ih It good goods and cheap price. m. ii. of R II. Bronaugh, aged 15 months, fell EiqgX A Who la Ren 8. Swope'a sweetheart ? Ask Lutieu from a bach porch to a brick pavement -IKpfi w . AT THE NEW DRUG STOHE, - vi.j n Cmm, Lailey. a dietacce of four feet, cauelng n com. fin y eiu wtk What does Dr. Uoutna kftf lis doetn't the elbow. A. "SOUTHERN pound fracture of tho arm near BIVOUAC," anything; ho teUt ell kinds of Medicines, Fancy STANFORD, KY, Its suffering are very dlstrwslnu to look B. F. Avory & Sons, Loulavllto, Ky. Ex-Go- "The Bourne from which Traveler Returns Sick." CHILDREN e f ' CATECHISMS FOR m. 1 MM$Mm 11 fsja wtsi rMi-- -- 1 S bo-lo- mmmm houhne, JSSL. gcnii-jcelilulntcrioronn- utl A , SILHOUETTE. 1 TIIE DUTCH AT HOME. A ICornle L. St. John ODDITIES IN ART. A COLLECTION OF CARICATURES EXHIBITION IN DOSTON. ON HonchliiB tJio Ilolglttn or licnllim Turn- l'cstlvnl of the ct'ii "Mhi "ZlgitiS Ciitorlo" A lllc Show or Kxtravajtnnt Cnrlcnturo. wma From the quays tj her forahoad fair. And 'round oach notch ot ths loaden shcro, nero tuo sum creeks sortiy idea Their llvos nway in a strange, wide n, Sho broldcrod a golden thread. d And down when) tho long, piers The waves with cool tongues lap, Two lovers woro walking, who crossed tho whltc-fingero- Ovwr tho water tho rising moon Floated hor golden hair, That rimplod and curlod in the low blown LAND OF CLEANLY HOUSEKEEPERS AND PRETTY GIRLS. - How tho Ktonlugt Arn Spout In Annterilnm Tolincco and tho Smnll Hoy Music, Tainting nnd l'lowors Annlsrrmiry l'ents." letter 1 Holwrt T. Porter's , Among rent odditis in tho way of jricture exhibitions wai tho display of carl cfrtnrdiin Huston. Tub was not a collection t)f onrlcnturoJ of men or event, but n picca ot gonial sstiro on art itself. I'Aiiitin are quick to detect whatever U Individual in a iuciu'3 art and by exaggerating his characteristics it .i easy to proiuee caricature. Oddities ot subject, peculiarities of drawing, tho uso ot tone and color nil.rd themes onbivjb for thos delicato pretenses of Imitation thatyouns pointers of ability are apt in ercJlvinj. And, as betweon wit and mad-Jioso between picture and caricature thin partitions sop.arato that which makes one nobis and tho other ridiculous. Under names like "J. J. Anything" and M. M. Gnugandsmlle" parodioi of Euneking and Gougenglgl these young Bostonlans pre eonted o series of clever takeolTs for public iuspoction. A Life," by 'Emil SaarN son," exhibited a group of gl.ii'Oi and black bottles, togothsr with llsh and lemons; ani tho height ot reallttn wn reicie 1 in appending real herrm; and lemons to the frame and canra, to that they hung out of (he picture and streamed over a table. Turner's "Slave Ship," always a legitimats &uboct for ridicule, showed the usual tomato colored tea with iron rings and other ponderous ot jjcU lluatlng on the surface, as in tho original. Bastion Lipage'i "Joan ot Ar6" figured as the ultimate of the painter's ideal A slight change turn her iuto a washerwoman, and the vision that she sees through the back of her bead, appearing liko outline puzzles amid the branches and foliage, are clothes hung out to dry in the little yard. The media om ployed in the production of the pictures are oil, water color, charcoal, mucilage, hair, old fish, dried grass, toys and sundry other materials, and it is said that while the want of feeling (tor tho caricatured ones) is deplorable, the technique is masterly. The ridiculousness ot the &how is 01uphu.1iz.Hl by a sumptuous sottin; flowers, screen), draperies and divans. The cataloguo is amusinJLand the advertisements are tho choicest part of it Some of them read thus: "A lady who painU for her own ama7oment will take a few pupil J in the samo specialty." "An art student whox health will not permit him to study between meal', detire to abaudon art and become n critic." "An artist whjUas many years from an iuflamed palette, i desires to state that he has been entirely cured by tho use of a preparation of bitumen. Sold only by tho stick, like glue." T&ro is no barm in this fooling and tho ui'f&ti who are wputsd to t angry nt boing carticntured are foolish iu manifesting their displeasure. The pupil of a well known landscape painter a young liuni of wealth and leisure, w ho belongs to clubs and all that sort of who thing, bu has a dash of the Bohemian In him, inaugurate! somo years ago a series of annual "jamborees," known as the festivals of the 'SClszig Coterie" tho terra "zigzag" having ovidontly been applied as significant of tho affect of similar celebrations on the homeward gait of the participants. In the mid-di- g ot the room stood a bath tub idled with ice, and pointing outward in all direction? froni tho rim, like guns frowning oyer the rampirts of a fortification, were jnagnums of champagne. Two specialty from Tony Pastor's in burnt cork striped shirts, ad prepostorousand rattling the wore jiug- lin- - the banjo bone, and 'Idiiy; oil in popular songs, in tho chorine officii thair audionca joined. On a table iA o round ot mellifluous fromage do Brie, 'ja plato of schmeerkase, hard tack und long- Vginmod. pipes. On thU fund ot joy the ""company made liberal demands, and, what-ujre- r private jealousies or dilferonces they may have entertained bo faro tho show thoy hit the building a loyal brother-boobric-a-brac, sut-fqr- al hat-3hapbe-gu-iL a. ICor. llrooklyn HaRle 1 Of tho mosn's fair, goldon map. And midway tho lunar mondow length Their inky shadows kissed; Tben,pased liko mldgots hand iu band Out in the sbado and mist, Ah! if lovers don't want their trystings fields Or their kiwu to gossip strewn. They must do thoir straying in shady spots, Or their kissing behind tho moon. AN known, ARTIST'S PRIDE. n Lie A I'nlntcr who ltefusod to Tell with His UrnOi. lAlfred McEwcn In Sacrnnu-nt- Some years ago, whon the I'alaoo hotol was being built, M. Tavcrnier, the artist, accepted a commission from Wlfflsm C. Ilalstou to mako a painting of the t pile from tho architect's drawings. Ttus same was to bo lithographed and spread broadcast "Tees prbstitu- for advertising purposes. tioul" Jules would shout to frienda who entered tho ttudlo while this commercial enterprise was under way. "Ttes prontltu- tion, and I am ashamed. But waas would lyou'avel The money is vcr' noc'iiwjt Ah, D j the money! tho money! But that sbould we not bo nappy! Here you suo me, doing what! Degrading myself sure, degrading mysolf, liko I would not if i carry the bed liko au honest man. I maw myself infamous for the moiioyl" This was not said humorously, but Id doad earnest The speech generally ended by a throwing down ot palotte aud brs&es, a seizing of the hat, and a rush for frubh air aud refreshments. At last the degrading and infamous painting was finished, and Ralston came to see 1L Ralston was a man who usually know what he wanted, and tho picture was not to his liking. He was frank enough to say so. "Ees it not exact. Ees it not your 'otel!'' inquired M. Tnvernier. calmly nnd pplitcly. "Yes, that's all right," agreed Ualston, but you only bhow a part of it." "Saro," replied the artist, "tho prfnt of view is from Montgomery street, whore moro of your 'otel can bo seen than from any other point" "Woll," grumblod tho capitalist, "you ought to have stretched your imagination a little and put tho whole bouse in. Don't you think you've made tho roof there run up mighty sharp! Is that quite the cokrr you ought have got on tho iow Montgomery street side." "Meestairo Ralston," said M. Tavprn,or. with forced composure, "you 'ave ofwr mo fivu hundred dollairo to paint your 'otol. There it eos. You now ask mo far that five hundred dolloire to lie with my brush. In addition you are good enough to instruct me in my You are a very reoch lean; 1 am n very poor one. Five hundred dellaire eos nothing to you; it ees a groat dal tc me. Seo I wool show you what I wool do!" Hero ho seized n knife and mode a lunge not at tho astonished capitalist, bu at the canvas which in an instant he had vUslioJ into strips. "There eos tho door, saro." retimed Jules, pointing to it " When next you vu&ti the atelier of au artist, remember that, nKiiough you have meellons. you know-- no mora than a peog, Moestaire Ralston. You are n very impudent as well as an ignorant man, sare. Ocod day, sare." Tom Hill got tho commission, and bo made Montgomery streot 10J feet wide, H) as to admit a full viow of the Palace hotel. "To geevo n !eson to a bourgooix, M. Tavernier is wont to say, in speaking ot the incident, "is worth mooch more than 600 ol tho dollaires which alone mako then) better than savages. To mo these mon of business aro odious, are." li.l fr t-- ar-r-- rt Tho unique feature of the occasion was tho display of caricatures li'Ja those lately exhibited in nearly all tho artists in the. I building contributing. There were Turners of amazing fire and fury; Corots so losM and vapuroui thatScritten explanations of tho object wore appended; battle aoeixtf in which tho entire scene wa in smoke; landscape in Currier's Bt.n, con-ceile- d "p labeled "Bootjax defying the Jer-eLightning." Tho festivals of tho Zigzigs wero MVoral timos repaintoJ, with a bigger how of caricatures oacu time, and a greatly Hiigiuuutor feed nnd attendance. At lait the Hint; axpandod so that it became nece-Bu- y to luro a hall, have a minstrel troupe uii bruid to furnt-Mitertalnmeut, mil go to ntueli expense for Jecoratious an 1 supper. That destroyed thu spontaneity and reck-l- o charm of tin. .liing and it was given h poles sui mounted by brcwaw; still pieces in imitation of (;ha e, jaintel vyitb a towel; JIuuich pictures, with notice) uunoxei, offering prizss to tUt one who ctnil'I tell which side waTtoLeJiuug upward; portrait in exaggeration of the f (ylart of certain arti-taud Venetian pl?t-iii- 6 in Bunco' utamiar, that ro'embled which somebody bad unexpectedly seated himself, causing the eruption of hfilf a dc;zii of bad eggs by so doing. Iiaiuzmg nbovo the picture! was a plaster hand of Ajas, mado ghastly by painting the uvm a lurid vormilion and the eyes jet blink. Tills reconstructed antique was Ufm s, tyla with twos as stilt and regular as tele-gra- ii Henry IrUns on Elocution. IKnlIsh Illustrated Magazine. In tho practice of acting, a most important point is the study of elocution; nnd in elocution one great difficulty is the uso of sufficient forco to bo gjiwrally beard with out being unnaturally loud, and wfcbout acquiring a stilted delivery. The advice of the old actors was that you should nlway pitch your voice so as to be heaid by the Lack row ot the gallery no oay ta3l: to accomplish Without offending tho ears of the front row of tho urcho-tra- . Aud I should tell you that this exaggeration applies tc everything on tho stage. To appear to bt natural, you must in reality 'bo much brooder than natural. To act ou the stage as one really would in a room would be in effevtive and color I never kmw an nctor who brought the art of olocution to a groater perfection than the lute Charles Matthews whoo utterance on tho stage wa mj natural that ono wi surprbod to find when near him that he wat reallv sr.onkint? In n. varv luw kv. Thara u a great actor in ynir own country to whose elocution one always listens with the utmot i enjoyment I mean Hdwlu Bxitb. He ha1 Inherited this gift, Itxillevc, from bis father of whom I havo beard it (aid that henlwayi inslste I on a thorough uo of tho "tnstru y which be nioaut the toeth in tin menU" formation of words. li. Carrier 1'igoon Itnces. San ocr. In The Great Common. Uoston Mtertlser the pastuilug of cows was on Boston Coniinou. In ISO'.', for the llrat time, preaching upon the Common wns prohibited without permission from tin mayor nnd aldermoo. This law ha3 been in forco over sinco, savo that thu authority to grant pornilsIoii has been vited iu different foodies, as it us now vestod in a special comtuittqe. In IST1 was tho first time that tht public was forbidden to trespass upon tho grass; in 1SC3 the firing of cannon was f prohibited, aud in ISfC the selling of wares und sotthy; up of booths was forbidden, save when jwrmittod by tho proper authorities. In tho ca-- of Steele against tho city of it was decided Uiat the city was not l!vUo for accidonts occurring on tho Common, sinco it was bet apart for tho publ ic benefit and not for emolument 1S27 d e Bo-ton, I'ure Water for New Orleans. Chicago Times. QMl The best pleeo of good luck that has come Orleans for some, time is the dls oovenj q a good suiply of puro water at a depth of about 400 foot, which can bo tapped by tho old nrUsIan woll proces.. Thoro is gll: or public aul a variety of clcunslng mvterprises ff this water supply taKow bath-hous- bo utilized. now preu'erveJ qcUI stoi-agbouws ivith kinds of food prcductJ. o Furs are I'rescnatlou cjf 1'iiri. of sap. In rraU Christ nnd sent an embassy to see him and bring back his teachings. The embassy, ou arriving iu India, beard of Buddha, and Sioux City Journal. supposed be was tho sage whom thoy were A Fremont gardener, after long continued seeking. They obtained his books und reexperiments, is said to have succeed in turned at once to China, where tho omporor crossing a cucumber with a cordially rocoivod Buddhism. fquasb, but it killed tho rquash. No r.ogul Tender. New Orleans Picayune; A young main Thoro is no logal tender in China, aud silis liko a pieco of timber. Nothing ver is the money metal of that country, head permanent' can L'o'made ot it while it is full p.rlng by weight Death ! In view of tho giuernl complaints mado in all racing centers about tho frauds porpe tratod on tho turf by tho jockeys, owners, trainers or bookmaker It has been sug that the preseit gigantic gambling mania might be transferred from the horse! to the carrier pigeons, especially as resuntlj in a great sweojtake from Sandhurst, k Berk, to Brussels there rsere 530 stwrters, and every bird arrived at tho st within an hour of tho winner. In tho way of carrier pigeons, Belgium leads tho world, but this secies of bird was well known and trained in tho early Egyptian era. At a later veriod they wen utilized by tho Greeks, and not only were tha names of tho victors in the Olympfai gumes carried by them to all poiuu of the compass, but those who watchod them In their flight to thoir destination could also gain the nows, as tho bird's plumage was dyed In tho colors of tho victor. The plgooiu wero furnhhod with n small squill, that on the swift passage through the air emitted u shrill sound that kept nil birds of prey at a distance. 'There's nothing new under the tun," as tho axiom goes. ge-to- -1 Innc hco C hronicle. their given to scrubbing their kettles, nnd thoir front stops than their persons. That ns u matter of fnct they obtained n reputation for cleanliness altogether In excess of thoir just desserts; that wbllo tho outward visible signs are there, and striko tho straugcr at once, the dweller In Dutchland, who knows the true inward n ess of homo life, will in no case admit that the Dutch aro any cleaner than many other nation. Thero are very fow houses In Amstcnlnm, modern boii'es I moan, in which batlis aro to bo found. Tho re nro nc public laths, and In no caso aro oven tho new and fashionable hotels built with rooms bavin; tnths nttached, as thoy aro iu tho United States. In spite, howovor, of these truths, it must bo admitted that tho Dutch women of all classes havo learned the nrt of making themselves appear clean In thoir costumes. It may be mero veneer. It may le merely front door polish and white window curtain cleanliness, but that the- - look clean and neat nnd dapper, with their shining silver and gold helmets an 1 head-geatheir white laco and muslin, and gay dresses, no ono can deny. Tho middle-clas- s Dutchwoman as n rule engages iu no talk of scaudal about hei neighbors, attends strictly to her household duties, is always buy in charitable work, is passionately fond of music, and not in In the evening frequently of painting. she accompanies her husband to tho open-ai- r tho promeconcert, the nade concert, tho )ark, or the theatre. The Palels Voor Volks Yloit In Amstordam. n magnificent building, capable of holding 5,000 people, and tho gardens adjoining are filled overy evening with tho middle classes Monday nnd their wives and families. nights are popular nighU, thon every one is admitted, attd the programme Is ot tho most popular character. Thursday night is devoted to classical music, and is moro select With tho oxcoption of Monday night no women are admitted without escorts. I havo been present in this vast hall, whero between 11,000 aud 4,000 people bavo been seated, drinking all kinds of liquors and overy male smoking, nnd yot during tho performance ot a harp solo you coull have beard a pin drop. girls of Holland aro cerTho mlddlo-clas-s tainly very pretty, they have such soft dean skin and such bright complexions. They aro decidedly piquant in appearance, much mora so thnu their sisters over tho Rhine. This year tho favorite color is parrot gre'n of various shades, which seems to suit their brow n hair and eyes amazingly. They wear thu high crown fasblouablo hat, with a string or two added. As for tho back crinoline, now tho rage, I have seen nothing either in size or sway to equal tho nchterult of tho fashionable girl of Amsterdam. The literal meaning of the above word I am told Is "behind the Itouss." Everbody r mokes in Holland, that U, every male body. One could almost believe that tho male babies nro ushered into tho world with a cigar in their mouth. The mollifying effect of tobacco sjothe tho in font Dutch boy In the cradle, udds variety to bis youthful sport aud pastimes, and when bo becomes old enough to run of ero parents, to sit at rand?, or, if of table d'hote with bis father and mother, forms tho chief occupation in life. Walk tho strcoM of Amstordam oarly iu tho morning nnd observe the most diminutive office boy sweeping tho sidowalk, polishing the door-platcr cleaning tho windows, with a h cigar in bis mouth. I have said that tho Dutch are excessively fond of music, painting nnd flowers. It is no uncommon sight in Holland to toe boys and girls of tho most tender age intelligently o4m!ring beautiful flowers, attentively listening to music of tho highest or der, and criticising a now engraving or painting in a shop window or picturo gallery. 1 refer now to the children of poor parents; to a class of children who, in tho United States or England, would pososs no power of appreciating such things. This excellent characteristic is a source of much ontertainmont to people of nil ago, and has a decided tendaucy to elevate tho tone ot The "Tiugle, Tangle" lKipular amusement no common In overy drinking place in is rarely found in Holland. r and public amusemonts, Next to I fancy tho Dutch "anniversaries" afford a larger amount of diversion thnu any other frm of amuKMuent. Tho excutos for tho "anniversary feasts" are multitudinous Engagements, birthdays, wedding days, of partnerships, of established Tho Dutch albusiness, of employment ways havo a great feait at the betrothal, and not ut tbo marriage, whon only a few relatives are present. This custom is a good one. As I bavo said, any excuse is mado to A firm has beon on- bold nu "anniversary." gaged Iu business twenty Ovo years; a man has been umployol by one firm ten years. Friends aia invito J, aud a systematic entertainment given, consisting of songs, recitations, and speeches. Ono of tho guests must give, with considerable detail, n history of tho achievement of tho firm or a biographical sketch ot tho lion. This is done in tho most complimentary nnd serious manner, and all are expecte I to listen attentively. Thero nre randy any excesses at these though thero U always much merriment and great good humor throughdoor-platos, out-do1 r, leer-garde- n, well-to-de, six-inctier-aian- y, out-doo- In tho first place, during my recont stay in tho land ot tho Dutch, I havo been repeatedly told by those who bavo lived bore for years that tho Dutch nro much more CUAPTnit 17 AN Arr lor tafclD the eDc of tho good peopleol this Commonwealth rj to tlio necessity ami ot cnU'iOg ft Contention to amend Hie Constitution mid to ncertaln the uumbsw of entitled to tote for ItcprcsouUtives. WiiKnttAS, experlenco has pointed out the nd tlio neoi amending tho Constitution cessity ud pxprdlencr ol calling a Contention or thstpurpo'ej therefore Ut it IMnettil In tht antral AihmHd o Me nf KtntHtiif J 1. That nt th'o next (lenersl nieetlon luM for , H llcprctentaUtu to the Oynersl AseeniMotlirr ',1 n be Uio duly or the several bherltti and of Klectlon to optn ft lull lor takttijt the tene Conteutlon to amend of the rcoplo lor calling a the Constitution, and make a return totliobecre-tBr- r of SUte, for the tho time bslnit. of tho names of all those entitled to tote for Ucprescntalttc wbo hate toted tor calling such Contention. f 2. That for ny lalluro to perform the duties prescribed In the first section ol this Act, ctery to stierltl or other returning otUcers'iall to IlaliN by a ttnc i r six hundred dollars, to be recotred Indictment of the tiratulJury lu any Court hating furlsdlctlon and shall upon contlctioi bo subject to remotal from otlico. I S That It thnll be tho duty or tho OlUcers ol Election to proiound to cterr toter the que'tlon. "Do you tote lor calling a Contention or not:" And If such toter shall answer In tboamrinatlte, bis name shall bo recorded a toting for a!d exp-dlener per-ioOm-ce- At the urgent rccpisst ufmany friend I. X.. 6IB1P.SOX, .tjM1 'Hi i htrcby nnnoimrea bliuselfa cuiJldatefur the Leg Istature from Lincoln county on n l'roblbltluu l'latform. "m ll "A ii wpt I it"1!! fc"nrisVM R.R.Tyj I.LU' LUMBER YARD. Untlng opeued up a lumber yard In the rear of our store, wo are now JiUOUISVILLE U.- - .nil ' & NASHVILLE I!UL THE GREAT Through Trunk Line Prepared to Furnish any kind of Lumber In tbo rough. Posts of nil kinds, bhingles cut, rawed ftinl shared Alia Agents for the D.iuvllle l'ltinlug Mills. tt nmauTAi vvnn.tx. OtJ3IV5l Thtsbenlth-gltlng JUNK Int. Summer Ilesort will lie under my luanagtucnt this seasou, and a It Is entirely rctlttcd and relurnlshed, I ean promise my utroi s week, comfort as well as hralth. Hoard, M per meal. SO eents. t'le of double cottage, V per week. Will hate n ceuteyanc at the depot to meet lr Without Change and with Speed Unrivaled SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE pus-ngtr- s. n A. .. Sl'OOXA.llOUi:. I ROM UilISMLLE-riTI- I 4. That U Ass? siors aro litrtby required to enroll, In a column wblch each shall ocn Jn his AseM3r'aloolt for that purpose, the names of all PULLMAN MRS cltlxens hating the right to toto tor l.oprcjtnu-tltt- s I Allai ta, Sitsocub, wllldellter Ic) to regular customers In Stanford for the year 188J. Hut said Assessors shall name of any rersoa andtlclntty etery morJlnfat Mobile, anil Nsw OrUtns u&i not enroll lu such column tho at the time know that he Is enunlets they shall BEST ROUTE TO 'FLORIDA titled to tote for Hepnatntatttoor said election; only upon nnd such VnowUdge shall be founded Asressor, or Account, duo at the close of each month, or In Palaeej.'ars Without Chang personal acquaintance ot the (lithe (J)nimclentlnformatloa obtaiuid br him direct- when customer iiults. It. K. HAItllOir. SHORT LINE TO THE EAST name Is enrolled, or (3) ly from the person whose Frus L lunvilif la I'alacaCars without tbsbr. a aatlslastory statement under oath, rrom other creditable i rsons who know tho lads necessary tour Any Assessor to the nuallBcatlon ofriih I O line ol enrolling In said column any naire, without such tht. n .J will ..,. .iin hall ha ilremrJ culltr . receive . pedal tow rate ..I a turn ot uot let than ll, ii i .Mnjxny Mr rules, romc nl of in slemeanot and flnidln AM) I.U3IIIi:U T.VKI). .. -3t wrllr u ,cr C P ATH1RE. G. P L I A. C twenty nar moro man uuy uo.i.n iui fine Improperly Lnulatllle, Kt. ttery name thus In any Court tnrolle.1. w hlchctlon On ton of the Knob, close by J. Carter". Urocery " t-hating Jurlsd titoro. mat bo reeotered find shall be for the benefit of the common Hhools. FttOTR A' iriir.VLEll, I'roitrtvtum. IiBE P. UTJFFMAN, lawaiucn in iihcb iu .".v, ."i.ii be for all klnJsof general Lumber. Shingles, Ac, column written In a fair, I W. man. er. HrANKOKD. KY. bulMer. and others ean not find a better market to retornevi, wuu sam " suit theinseltei. Our motto Is "Hood Material OQc Coulh M Main tJtreit, two door, abor or, who shall make out a copy orsald columns th Myers Hotel: eerretaty of State, lor Ueascraalle Kates " ltorac address, Halls deposit same In the office ot the l'nr Nitrous Oxide Ua aiuilnlaUrtil whin rt O.P. Ky to be reported by him to the next General Assom-blqulrej. ICE!! ICK! IGK! SOUTH & WEST !','..'.. , Jack.i-ntllle- ONEJ1CENT PER POUND to-- tf "St. Mary's Sftw Mills" LliilbnAn .k--o- .; ." HOU0030N DJ3NTIMT, y. I S. It ashall to the duty of each Assessor In LbTA fl&tttf omce m. me jrar ICJIj, 103 wi h - hflll lor J. l.r.a LUMBER! Laths and Shingles. customer, rn blsn-for- d Forthtcontenlenceof ourarranged with Geo. ani tlclnlty we bate yards an atortment to keep on It. U'eiirrn where theytils get It as cheap a en of our Lumber, from us direct. He will also nuke estlmstes f.r anr bills not on hands, which w will fill on short nollce. 5J-n UK. W. B. PENNY, will oath I d solemnly swear that IpersonsfaUhfullj ascertain the number of nusllned for lnresentatltcs In tho district tor which I hate been chosen Arscssor for the year 18JJ, and. will l.y carefully report the same In the book returiiid 3U. 1 me as Assessor tl tax by tho first day ot May, hereby nlilred f 6. HaidAsacSsorsare prn-tatlte, eath as to his rtjht to tote lor "otesuch or whose right so to any person any one Assessor lists any doubt whtuter; and thusVxaiulned who shall knowingly swear falsely liable o a l th. pain, to his said right, shall be and jenaltlesoMbo crime of perjnry; and eterr Assessor shall write oppislte to the name ot each person thus sworn the word "sworn. 1 7. It shall be the duly of the Secretary ol In State to hate this Act adtertlsed I one weekly newspaper In each county o' the ?'nmg"'V,,pn or next preceding lor tot,r weeks, nesrly th iclty or and inoneol the dally Loulstllle Ut thirty days y shall thereto; and In ctery county dor a ccpy cause to 1 jested at the Court-llouform, for at least or eald 1.111, printed In hand bill four cunecutlto weks beforo suth election 8. The Public I"rlnterls hereby ryulttxl to v. ...v. ......, prim nTe nuuuim vJ-Act, sixth eeetloDs of-- this wn-r- unJ then - '1- iter to -; mil tuececreiary oi iasc, and transmiti them to the tarlosn County Clerk,them .,...!...- - vi .w.- - i'irk to tilafo ..".".. v.. II 1UXII W IUB uu.J of ax tnr iiromptly In the hands or each ci ' - .. , T?ar the pon print ttTethousaud coplMotthlt Act beireUiyor iratoihectBDd . iiellwr thew to the . . .. ! .Wa a. MB la h - I--4lll II I T r - i niate, wnosnsii iorwrn "" Clerks oi the tarlous cotintltM In uch numliers a or said Act for e'h to protlJeat Unit two mUm toting pMclnct, and wild Cbrks shall dl ter the plierfffor other ottlcers aetlnc i plaw same to the ... ... .I..t- - .if iiifrt nnpfltl .it i . or ether offlcer X'VMtxwrotwMMjlf wei.s I'riKr io iu' Placetor copy at ome other .dlah.e public phH. rrc"tii prercrfw in- this M .h-M b. The du.i tox-au.lDc- HTASKOUP, KENTOCKt. Dressed Pina Flooring, Ceiling, Weathor TtfTnE Oflce on Lancsster street, ceit iloor to Boards, Fiulshing Lumber, Green Joi kal ofJce. Offlc hour from 9 to 12 A. Lumber in the Rough, including M.icJ 1 tot r. m. Anesthetics aJmlnUUrml when 1wt-RIOR JDuiltlHt. CKewary. It5i-ly- r. OHIO & MISSISSIPPI R. W -- JIEbriXA' it'irix, Lily, Ky. The Direct Iloute to St. Louis & tho West Northwest ami bouthwest by the way of pProf l'il,1'' MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. Propr E. H. BURNSIDE, This Old and Woll - Known Hotel Still Maintains ita High Reputation, ANl I.MiISVII,IiE or CINCINNATI. All rnM, TH dlrrct Uspren cu the Ohio I.011I1 aiiJ all Hjtits West lrulUO Uri:; eoDneitlon at th.M Uhi tor ns (Jha'.tanixH uJ OtM lnnli A lnl with the I.lbt-nlbi- f WlMlnlppl fjr rjt U uski Um-ix- ll .r...h -- AsH-sio- r lr'"i lulsT'lle or Clnrln-ITTnnro ''nly um Iaus, two hours HUUIo natt line, l!n out istm;ers .uirlr than ai.y other for metis and Arst of Hue going ici Wot. choice sats In trains Iti T M it. Proprietor is Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in tho Stato in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of Itif I2Hours Quicker way ! by Chlcaja W; their Quests. al O. & M. Always nukes ur Bat; eei nojo Utl ns freot to CommrtlalTralr. Thellirwli. Bprllcl with In ffolro Alnai will he hr. 'OB'ertl U aol frsai a-- l I he 1 Fnst Timo and Sure Con nootions With all Lines at ! er-- J In any Court hating Jurisdiction. Its passage. t 9 This Ait ibah tak ellect from Approte-- l January ltf, USI. hrnarttorli'iair riri. St. Louis and Intermediate Points English & Classical School Christian Oolloe Building, .4i '. ouisvnit HIAtBIT Chicuo Rt . j, No Ferries! NoOituiIhimTraiiH fcr ! IIBSTONVIfilsK, - - - ItY- y will ThThlr.l., Aouua' Sessioniviitii. open Initrurtlon .f r... fuuT Wedne-iJa- Through CoaohoB nnd Pullman Slooping Cars rrom gJtuUl. M Uetelotiiucntof ibe wind the end to 1 -- r r m, ar. Term, reason.;. tf to CliiciiKO, mi.Jir MriK.IS. I.oulHville Principal. I ubpetluD. ih.1 In L'Dloa Detiot, Ht l.ou'.t, with train of lines sjoln Wl, Northwest and houthwmt II you are Rolns; West to any joint, (all on Of wrltu to the unJrslHJ, For I ill anil reliable Inforiaatbxi In to (tuides Lnl, Ac . In the Wnttro "lain, anJ lowest spreial ler TUkrt sn.l itu.ic'iold Uoois to all point West call on or aililrns O II AlJsUl', l'asseojtr Ag't Ohio A Mlulsilppl Iltllirar, rtt Jip, ailLIaKBSBimO FEHALEC0LLEGE ladles will I This ropulir school ter yoang new auspices, under entirely ClnclimiUl to Chicago, IniHuniipollH to ChltUKO, THROUGH TIME TABLE Via lUrtixli'mr,-- , Ky W W. PKAUODV. W. H. 8IIATTLT, I'res'i am! llen'I Man'r, (len'l 1'ais. Ait C. W rAltl-- , Central I'anenzer Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio Uulsrllle 7 l.T. S33PTEMBBR with Ann Otlx, 1885. Arr. Lafayette " Cblta . llrtll . Vis - ! Mlnnatl: I -- .. I 41 a m l w I I 7 U.J? i I I 40 p m 3 JO a m S 90 a iu LI.I uiJIiiearasH Itonle." Shortest and Qaicket Routo from Oon tral Kentoofey to all Points North, List, West and Southwest. Kast Line lktwrn aV ch(Hlulu io Kffect May 10, lb Hov. C. Popo, of Augusta, G.I., an Pros'.dont, Mrs. Aided euced S. C. Trucheart as Lady d Princi-pa- Lte. ClnelnnAtl loltanajioiU Arr. Chlea! Dally. lVa (7 12 .. I 0 a in IS ti m 11 I 8 Jl p m! 6 SOpta t a i 111 111 l, ttIIr except I.EXINUTON BOUTIl-ItOCil- CI.VCINNiTl . i sure your tickets read rla the Ltb. CoTlngton Arr. I'arli. " Lexington I.th. I'.rls Arr. Winchester. "Ko. ExS - C, So. I ffn, U Kx the most Competent ..say la.-iuruU thebtate. Is tun quicRwit. the Ult most thorough tralnloK ot their (U N V. A. C. K'y) a It to rhlt of tho anJ points ami rmil Jlrect Hue " JauVhters lu all that prtaVn. to tM. In tbo Northwest. cure. avnitiU, It committed to ourInformation as to TlckstsTla theMoBon Iiut on i!e at all prinK,,r caiilognw contalalog cipal tick office. Koe Mtei. uip ami lull In terms, Ac . tfdrjg p pnpK Mnlebllrs. K,--. Ky. Or Mil? S.C.THUKUi:AItT,Htu!(ird, A. J..O'EII.LY, (J. ti A., Loulstll. iJultlH Expe'l In rl MONON ROUTE, Bun. Dally Bun 10 a in' " " " Hichmond Lancaster Rowland p mill 70 pin o lo . w 11 SS a tu 10 21 n in ft . i p w ,12 W p tu 11 00 P m fl lu p ni 2 0o pin ,..,., 7 25 pi 4 u 5 10 S& a is 6 10 pta m,ii 8pm .' 5 ti7pm .0 pin Dr. E. J. Nickorson, Physician and Surgeon, Office on itlchuioud... Lt. Here Arr. :wpu No. 11 50pm1 4Qpm Living Witnesses Testify. tinJ it splendid, aud all you claim for It Meinphla.Tciiii , Nor. II, IMI. Ilwuetrtoil BradfieM'i I'miale Uejulator, and " S ft 30 p in 00 a in Nobth-Bocw- No. 3 No. 1 . Ulcbiiiond LlTlngston. Htrea .. 4th St.. - Danville, Ky. rerleetlj-Cured. ll ii 0 00 a m 7 00 a in a 00 am 10 9f n tti s ml". '.'7.'., 7 out Worth's Illack List. ChicaKoJournal.l man-milline- r, Pllen Fisliila Worth, tho famous Parisian has precipitated a social crisis all over tho world by publishing a black list of persons who cheat blm and his No Knifo, Ligature or Caustic This list includes 2,000 names, divided into Usod. classes A, B and C. Class A aro cheats and vanity bankrupts; class B order more from than they can pay fcr, nnd class C roquire Prom their bills to bo collocted-b- y law. Tbo flivt Treatment Mild. No Dotentiou Buslnes;. class includes twenty one princesses, about 100 duchet't-0nd countesses, eleven nct-reund forty Parisian courtesans who Xo possess their own hotels. Cure Cortnin and rernianent. fellow-dressmake- r. -s ss Uue uKd one bottle of your Feuiaie aud cnu retomuend It to tlio public ai being a for the dlseaiee of women. I ha :uttik A. Lowk. West, 8. C Nor. 17. I8M l'.egular spe-clt- lc itiwlanl Lincuter i uic.-iuwi- 8 05 a iu is a iu oa am . Yuur. truly, IlE.tbu hsilill Winchester.. Pari Ltb. Lexington .,. I.Te Paris Arr. CoTlnton Iflchmond ... Hlsia 11 25 2 23 3 IB 1 pm am am 7 25 a m u 30 p ui 8 15 a ml S ?. .. ,. 2 SO pui 65 AnA!3UfL0Aj1 " in pm in Hnw liudilhlsm Kuti-rer- i Clilnu. Cure, Xo Taj. IKxchaiifcre.) A learnol Chinaman says Buddhism was introduced into China by accident. One ot tho otnporors of the Hau dynasty beard of Speoial Attention also Given to Chronic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, the remarkablo teaahiugs and works ot Bmlthlatid, Texas, Not. II. 1S8I. I haTO been t.Ulng your Teiiiile IlegulRtorni thlnkltaKTeatnmllclne. Have rccouimcnled ia toMTcraloltuy Iricuds, who have used it with most hspfy rejulta, r. M. Wiutley. Youta truly, Wrstcrvllie, Texas, Not. II, 1831 UalnguMl your Female Uegtilator with g:U succes. nnd also the Mother'. Friend with tho aamo result, I .end you my thanks and best wish. oj. I think eery lemale should know of ihl. boon to woman, namely: HradBeU'a Female Kegu. latorand Die Motlifr'i Friend. Mrs.JAMksTuonrKJN. Kiwniully, 91XYSXIIA.K llHANCII. I Noani-IlouN- si, j"Ko, Si. Dally Dally r.x. Bun. Ex. Hun. 00 p ur1 35 pin 25 pm 60 m Bi Ko. a LTe CoTlngton' Arr May.Tllla BOCTII-llOl'S- Pari....... Lexington - 2 7 25 a 4 8 20 a ml 5 'lO 40 n iu 7 ' lift. IjTa Kx. Bun. Lz. fcun l'liy 61 "p No, H.lly ' Arr Pari..... " Iex ngton OiTlngton 5 8 B thu S(uasli. long-necke- d 'frtnj insects cbeew V all WILL YOU bUFFEH with Dytpepsla and L1t-WHY WILL YOU couch when Shilnh'i Cur Oeniplalntf Saitoh's Vitalize Is guaranteed to will gl re immediate rellel? PflceWc and SI. For 4 McAIUter. aide vj reuDTtfc McAllster. curoyou. Tor lalebj-Pojn- r er A. wellai nil Disease, rccullar to Women. Charge mod rate Vt H. mo ne cousu.mu iroo , at all VI . umi o,i - " rin im toilful at hi. oce .i.,.nu t . thnnixl- throo menths liuiva . By periuimon no rcir io cue iuuu' A. UeUey, ft Irwin, Ueinen.-J. 8. llwlay, O StanfurU. Ky j Ju.lgo (i 1'. Lee, lorn Murphy. V,. U.nM. 1. Temple, John .1. ajioouaiaorc, blra i11ojt, II. I). iinV A. llnita. Ilu tenv fl miklltd Addrif Ky ; Thoj. Itiblmon, Unoastcr. Sutton, ItisAtriSLD Rkuudatou Co.. Atlantn, Un., KlrksTlllo, Ky.i J. B. w B07 Walker. C. C. Chrlnnan. destination rVachedbywaim.""'4 Uanlel, McUln. For ale l.y DK. M. L BOUKSK, rit.nfurd. Job iVon, Ilryant.vllle. Ky.j J I'. Ky , y, , WIIITTLUSEY. o. r. u. acinar., Lew-litn. J Uosley, Leb.non, ney: Ky ! Passenger Agent, Tra. Pas.. Agent. (Jniupl.e.lsvllle. Ky.i A. A. McOlunU, HowIIbk Covington, Ky. c. rif.nrn mnr bo found cm ,ftlo nt 0v.r.Aitnrcen. Ky.: tieo. fohon, JuJgo J W. Huijliei, Com C. W. SMITH. iuiwiiii fmo ii, XT. McAfee, K y. Harrodtburii. Uy.j C. O. ehuuiate, 'Jeneral Manager. Oen. Pas ,agt oitiw mado for It I.N M.W cuau-avt-i ii.jy bo ? .!...., - . tln-.ou- - .'lt. j'i. (. Llnlun, Oa,, Not. 10, ISSI. NoEB.-Tra- ln3 and i aro dally between Win.' I hare been using yourFemalo Kegulator for somo Chester and CoTlngton: other tialor thobcstofreulu,and llndlt to le Just ared.lly rxcejit Sunday. time with best friend. T".ln,N-- 'i''"." TlA,,j"nRton and Pari., and what you claim for an I Pari. Mm. W. L. Kkatks. Kca:tliilly, Direct conn rllomare made at Wlntlioster with Chesipcako A Ohio for Mi I Huntngton, C.rlwton, W. Va . and Ashlati ! cltWe are pMMtantly rKTlng urth roluntary Fast IMnn Nrn. ft on,l j .. i tu . tend fur our Treatise on the Dliise of Women, Polid Trains, with Pullman Veepln "ciV. t" -- ll 10 a m 10am m ana m I 00 p m 3 15 p m 0 10 pm C 00 nm ln. a, yic,r FlJlK;