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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885073101 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. & VOL. XIV. ScMi-SBedtfe$nlerior STANFORD, ICY., FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1885. ouvnnl " I NO. 43. LADY RANDOLPH A CHURCHILL. Grant's Chronology. Hern at Mt. Pleasant, Ohio April 27, 1JJ. Kntered West Polot MlllU'y Academy ISS9 Graduated and entered tlieannjr. a IMS CemtellilMeil fell Lieutenant s(pt. 8, 1SII I'rotuotl to First I.teuleoant 8, 1817 Marled to Mls Julia T. Ilent i Promotcl to C,pt Aug. , JIM OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Cllrl's Cureor In Kngliiiul Iter Inllitelice In I'lilltlea. 1'ubllnhcil TtiviiitavH find lew Yi.rk Pun 8S.OO A few years ngo 1II Jennie Jerome, tl ) veeond dttURhter ot Mr. lonanl Y. Jeto-mt'When paid strictly In advance. II we hue to met Iottl lUndolph Ctiurchill at n dinner lu watt any time. S3.no will be oharged, I'nrK Attrnctwl by her beauty and the brllllHiicy of her converantlon, be soon oon flntd Ids nttentfon to her. Tlioao who wt W. T. WALTON. near tlmin atopped talking nnd lUtened to iidtnirntion. JUh tlietn with uudlagutr-eJeromo was noted fcr her conversational NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTi. jHiuuM, but tliey bad ntver seemed to ber Keven negroes ere killed frlmh n brilliant as on thli occasion. Lord it railrKindotph, however, proved n match for oad" ncclileol In Georgia. her. lior mtire wna met utth apnrkllug Anthony Kskhofl has betti made filth ninl her wit nnd burner for once Auditor of the Treasury. found n fair exchange. Wlwn the ladles The piyinent undo on nccount of psr liad withdrawn IJnl Handolpli turned to a friend alii Mid, entliUHlnatlonlly. alone ko fur duriu tins prceent month fcTlmt, the brlchUa: woman I ever met,' omaunt to $7,21)0,000 nml mide.1, with the s ri niviwt of n fntalUt, -K- Noriddu I'rk, New Yoik Cltj, w.l "and 1 tnein t marry her." Hluuulirly fiioiib, wbllti lm m aaylitr; be tlit renting plice of Uan. Grant inatcul thU Mtt. Jr"Wi Hm niMkliiR an Kluitxt of Central IVtrk nn at first decided Identical rernirk eonrrnlri himtooneqf IVibnp tbnt eveuinj she played Col. Wiu. S. Dirnaby, 4 promlmnt iter member of the Central Kentucky bir, died Iter fnvni'iU ClHiptn nocturu more tenderly nnd woollier thin aver. At nil event, at his home In OMiretoirn Monday. lAinl ltintol;i4i wne not slow m dlco-eriThe Fayette Caurt House ban Ikcii tbnt be had ma-Ias deop nn lm,renlim on AVitliln rw bad i.ion him. ber ivt completed nnd court is beln hold In It Mil of their first meeting a fortnight week for the tint time. It cost $1 18 703 they ueru engage 1 and very soon Hy morrlod. thU union afterward MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Linl itnihloliih aeeured a wife ho asplr-In- g and ninliltlotis temperament his ".puirod Managed br J no. B, Fish. him on In bis oliticnl career mid whose inKeerythlng la pitched and dry. come is aurtlrient to form n welcome addiTho Ml. Vernon Hiring Ihod hate tion to bl small annuity. Mr. Jerome to liU daughter ltefore her marringe been furnishing excellent in tide fcr the the valunblo )miierty upon which the Institute. club of tnt city standi. Ljtl lUn-dolMm. (Irinnell and family, of Tnylots-fllle- , is i youtifier cii of tbe late duke ot Ky , nre vieitinu Mr. J. I!. Vowelf. Marlburuugb. lletneen bis elder brother, the breaent duke, nnd himself there hnslong Mil's KmmaOieir. of Missouri, lis indioj: exisUtl a feeling of hatred, to vtl ich rather a few dayn with reUtiew at this place. than to liu oiiU.iuinlu for tbe I.tbernl cauo tactile a number of London cltixtne ere tlie duke's utp(.ltiu to Ijnl Hindolph it crvillttxl. in town last Monday to hear the discm Tbnt this opposition has Intplrel Iidy eion between W. U Hunsey nnd ' I'aele lUixlolph Churchill to take p.rt in her related in our cable Djc." Coins, candidates for Lfgialntitc iaiivBi, hns nJt 'turprUed her host of friondi honor. tiere, who know ber to lw n plucky as sin Ntxt Madtr is election Kserj U nccomili4iel, and who remember that, dtuiicrst nhoiili lis at the pall nnl vote, wMio m can piny Chopin divinely, she I and every one should role the 'olloirirp also an intrepi fullower of the hound., nnd luurvlly in at tlie death. Indel, Iter friends ticket: lAir Slate Treasurer. J . V. Tn'e, pienly procltfm that n lurjra share of her for State Ssnnfer, Mij. John I Hrrr , buthnd'. political ki.OMis ahould be credit I to her; that hi riae Into pr"iiinei;ce for L'K'inltture, IUry MiRee, of daU f r n tbo time when be tiegin to -co&etltiittonal caunty, for ooHTtntlcn cinch him, nnd tbnt hit brilliant guerilla and ep to' illy i thtt yoi vote for Henri uetire aru iitepired by her. It n that her friendii exngireruU the part she MtRee. in hrr hintend' politivit of biu llay liu unpopularity here least arfurs nnd tbnt ber Ameriand in his noun-traked the valntllon can friends to uuderevtiinate hh. nuibty. 1'.' p w osnt. or from Though ho 11 nominally a M 071 i i $638,93$ more democratic In 11 '.xr neiil, or he is In some and on tjwn and oltr ' His lilt ideiw than the Uberal ?17,'JJ5 it $11 9W, nnd if..- -, the riluallfln views on tho Ir.sb nvernice show .trune; iustun of pergonal property tbey have dedneted trnree of American inttut-nce- , nnd ht ollt-Irmethdls oftn Imve ndnnhof the Atueri-(nl'.tpsrcsnt. or from S'JJv.lli to $16W,3M) duck in them. His wife, during their nnd hare reduoa 1 the vsdue undrr lh Mijonm in IrehtnJ, the Itenrst of the c.jual.zition law from $07,165 to J8I,'3'.', people, owl it lino dul-- t to bar that the Hnndolpai f tlu on the totI oinkine a total luii u inodtticnUun In Isrd slews on the C'oi.'crvntive Iiih IHV In tbe riitnlT of iitUon Udue. lie is .huroughly prore-Ive- , -- The member of itie and liior notbrr Auterionn rlmrnctcrUtK. In tUi-eTeaohrr' Iesiitul lus bten ni'tC o(in'o'i nu.1 method, bit wife's iu il'ienve may be tmced excellent t ntrrUiuniaots, more the ut.e last niht. 1. was participated in A I'lirtlfli-iiiinbllni; IIiH'.e. Hea lYsiiolsa Call by Mi Liura Keait, ot tins county, who On the enitside of Dtipont street, n build-luread an eotey on thlo eut joi: ' C) ir Inkcii li lvliig altered fur the liriKe of ottl-lUhlnlance." The wubjiot of c&tii read by Mit n restaurant in it, nnd in connection Mattic Williauii wan "VillUai Warda therewith there is tellig fitted up n room worth." MnJIim Nwbitt recitetl "The which will be umM by Chinese gamblers. Tlio rcom is twenty-fiv- e feet wide by Monrylw Man," and l'rof. Dmlcf, of He eighteen deeii. Tbe studding hns Iwen covrrn, delivered k iwd.'ey. Thenvny were ered Inside and out with grooved mid beautifully written nnd excellently render tijigivl pitch (kins. Tbe ouUkle of each with slieet iron ed. Mr. Neb!lt recited tte poem in k inrtltion I. coveredlines, nnd fastened by of nn inch pleaalnu utaonvr. To night there ii to be means of round bended carnage bolts, set n rocinl reunion frr the bnf!i f tbe nbiiut fivo kiclies ninrt. 'Hie entrance from tbe street is through a teachers. nnrrow door set in tbe western iwitltfon, and bid from view by a large stalrca--o thct Consumption Cured lends to the upper ituor. Toe casing of this An old fliytletan, rtirel from rctle, hTlng doorway is cuior J with atoel strip a ipiar-te- r uUiln-arj-lbad !Uel In hit banJt tij an Hatt IimII of nn inch thick and several lc!ie wide, remtxljr for tofinuU of a lmpl which nrens ell rocurel to tbe jxirtitioii by rwHc)tcure cf CoaauMptloa, iron Lolts 8s )tcesibe. On the tlo in jJooe the. tpetilr llfMebltli, Catarrh, Aitbiua and all Threat aad nf tbe ordinary threshi Id, there t n thick oiltlre and ralltalrure li m phHo. 1'ioni tlie inwkir tlw door is Luoc AlteettuBi, for NrvouilMlltjr aaxt all JierroMi Cowiiaiali, vel bar, wo ich fistoiiwl by inean-- i of a Its lot) the ckat, nnd in addition thereto flr harlDf ttcd Ita woodorful curat I to In tbovwaudaof rac, bat Idt It hliiluty ta maVc 'here Is n heavy d iere of timber It knows to bl tuterlng fellowa. Actuated by sir feet loix, which, if occn-ioreiiufres, thli iboIItc and a do ire lu relieve huiuati uUr-tonay bo thivwn agaiu.t the dtxir , a brace, I will tend frtc of tbaite, to all ho tiealw f three-Ihis'- u fr tu n floor Iwld. Tbe door ilclf lu Uoriaen, Trench or KoKlUh, It, till pine, cvtrtd with n tmurter inch steel with full dlrtctloi. for prefarluc aud utliif. Sot pUta stroBgly tiveto 1. by uiail by oddrni; wjih pump, natulnx tli a In tbe rVar nrtitim llnre is a door that . V. A. :;ttVM,.lb.r-ari.'.UkilulCytUi) couueited with liKtliw oijcus inU.n U( Triakltcueij is a room, the ilR ro.taurnnt. Irr. X. Y walls of which are of trick. Two window T f? light tbo rostm, but euch of these lir.s heavy Tho Obttitiuto I.onln'. itgn grutiugsret m them. TliN place is m U'rtH 3fall 0Mte), ajj rdrongly f rMflcl that, uudiT the mott Hero is nn anecdote ( XluUiT Hi'tfta .told olltcers having cireumstance., by bH socretnty, M. LsoIIJe: A cliolCnibla wedges, nxes pluclibars, and iron umuU lndy, Mine. 1'iuil Meurloe, ud,- - dtirluj; the "could not effect ntl'eiitrnuce under an hour's alej;e ot l'nrl, todMrlbhta tho xyitVnlm.,' very Irtrrt rork. Ixjeide ninny jif t of her own, to llm iico-sttoTho purKje of tbe door to tbe kitchen is ilurliiK that trying Muitf. Kuu cruno that In caso n rsl is made, tbe plnyeri may t?U Victor IIiiHoofn ioor uuimiM onodtty to carry tho evilcnce which, if found, would ho in bho bail found in tlio most wiutcbod Ijnd to conviction into the oook shop, and ' and imniuiVIitly ttato of duitltutlnn, destroy it by throwing it into tlio furnnce. from him W franoa for ttio nllJvin-tiot- i of lior inojy protopo. A bunJt-oTito Ilrltlsh Cnhllict. finnoj, oven with abR prict, ccla bo Il'hllndelplila l'rt-.-s. nuido by cftro to ro a Iodk wf61 nnd tbu Tho HrltUh cabinet is purely an oxpodiont, was acconllngly somewhat sur- doo not rest upon any law, nnd lu mom-lc- r poot prised when next iluy Mine. Mcurlco am not recogmzxl by tbo statute txllil liltn that "IHiiso was aa LxiJly books. Tho constitution of Kugland, itself un"What ntout tbo 100 written, rccognles the privy council, but tlio olt ri over." "Ab, tbo 100 privy council, ovorslnco Georgo Isnubbol francs of yestordayl" francs. Sbo bat kUoii thorn away to poor it been mo ho could no moro understand motbor, to llttlo childrou stnrvlue of liun-co- r tlio laugungo In which it doliboiated tliAii and cold." "OooJ; boro is nncabor 100 could its mombors tliat in which ho francs tiori tiro vxpross condition alio koop) bis homofiukuosj aud throatouod to thotn fop horsolf." go back to ticrmnny, has no iolltlcal, legis"I it only on thU condition ho gives lative or cxccutlvo power. It was simply tboinT snld IjOIiIso on honring this ljAasngo, un advisory Ixxly, nndns Its ndvico was not "JExuctly." ''Then you may talco thoin bock. followed it long sinco coated to otTnr any, Thank Victor Hugo for bU good Intondoiu, Tho enhiuot, which wields such enormous for which I am grntoful." Mmo. Mourico jwwor, novcr goes ujoii record in tho law. was ombarrassml. Kbo dnrod not tako tho Its deliberations aro not written down, No monoy back to Victor Hugo, and no handoJ statu to dcclarostho house to which they tbnll it unconditionally to tho "obstluato Loulso." Luloug, or what mlutstors shall nnd what Tho obitlnnto Lsulso was nono otbor than shall not form tho cabinet. It is only in liOiiiw MIcbol. comparatively rocont times that nn ail versa r r veto begun to bo interpreted as n reu'iost to tbo prlmo ministor to rosign. Tlu t ocIron llullrimil Axlrn Sufojt. casion of tho kind was in tho cane of Kir It'lilcairo ilcrnld. A special commlttoo on rnllroml nzloa Kobert Wnlpolo, but tho fall of tho chief lave, by n majority, reportod that iron did not menu tho fall of bis collonguei!. Thoro is no earlier lnstuiioj of tho cbnngo of txlo- - m) snfer tlnui steul oxlix, tint all trunks should bavu tbo wobs hooioJ, that as u wholo mlulstry uudor ndverso circum-stance- s than tlio administration of Lard I'On erauki apponp to fall nftor ninnlnt; ii)OUt 900,000 tniliH and stool nftor 170,000 North undor Oeorco-U- t nlliw, It If highly dailrable that thoj should Hllll.UU'.i CirAHKU UBlinPY, a IKJiltlte lis taken ult and novcrr usain usod in and that crank nxls iirojierly euro for Catarrh, Uyphthcrb and, CJuVr JIoulli, constructed nre as strong us straight n.xlor. Tor sale by 1'cnuy A MeAlttter Friday XISll ANNUM Yiinkeo $i,. , UM,f1 j Keporleil lor duty to Oer. Yat Vol CoMMlMloned Hrlsj. Cien. Vol Bsttle of Relmont Captured 1'ert Heory CaptuieJ Fort Itoaeleon Ilaltle of Shllofa April 19, 1U1 July ai.lMI Aug. 7, 1SI1 Jane, 17,31 N0T. 7, jgt -- ..Feb. c, ISM Feb. 16, I82 Apl.6-7- , I I Utr. Vicksburg raptured .... I'romoUdloMaj.Oen., regnlai army...Julr 18a llattleof Cbatuooox jaui k0t. MadeUoutenasttJMMral .... March 0, 1801 Maredon F tebswed My(,lM Battle uf the Wllderaeae Mai-A- , 8. 7,'iwi Battle of 9yottjlvaaiaC. H lay to II,' IMl Cld HarW JmieI) ,f01 rtcrtburg-l.ritat- tet tune 17, ISsI PrtMiburs-seio- nd atla;V JMy M, 1S61 Hatcher's un Mirch Wi 114s J"lre r Apill 1, IMS I'etertbur Nturnl Vprll ?, IMS ntchaoedcaptiire.! Apill 8, ISO M Uv Huirradered April 9, icj CowMloloned Oeoeral jBy 24, is Made Secretary ot War Annuit 12, 187 .Noialtiate.! for President, Cblcage May 21, IHi m july i, im rj., ItetHlnatedatPhlUdolphla I'ni-vrrrit- y li ItMlrcd from Presidential otBce Marrli lluan bli fortlgo tour My Iteluracd via San Fraaelsce Sept. SO, 167U Made Tour In Meilce ........1S50 Seeord Tcur In Mexics . m Located In Ne n Ywrt igg2 I'latid on tlie rellifl liu March 8, 188$ DlidatS-ftoVIoclt, Thurwlay, July 28, nH ' eged 61 years, 2 months asd2 days. Jnne S, 1872 t, 1S77 17, 1577 s i, dy. 1 I.uri y. pible Tni8.te Bwl ' Epsl'ntlm Five yean ego n remarkably bright and pretty of 17 worked In a Sin Francleco laundry. The son of wealthy parents fell In love with her, ehc returned his passion but naid she would not marry hira as ele wa uneducated nnd coarse. Then Le offered to eoad her away to .echool. She accepted this cfler. During the enduing four ytsrsehe was in a Montresl convent, vory nptandstudioup. The training wrought til the chnnge that was desirable and the wedding tookplact with a Jorjg tour in Europe afterward. Toe cocplc returned to bnn Franoi'oo lit.-ly-. To show that she had neither forgotten nor was aahamed of kei oraiet employment, the bride gave a trsrid upptr to too!! of ber old companions who could be bnucbt locether. Cama-rvattv- o, rv.ct n rat, trn-dltii- SJ a usudidate nhouid Miss Maggie Currev. not, blind us 10 I'Ai'Eii Suri'Eiis. Paper lippers are the roal features involved in hie candidacy. Judge Fox is the instrument med by the tbe l.vtMi fjroi in which paper ia introduc republican party in Kentucky to daruace ed in new inventions. An Englishmen has rr 1 . ik. .1 nr uuuiocrauj. ne oeme tUlt, which IS patented a system of manufacturing flippnnd other coverirgs for tbe all th worae for him: ever? on ehe k t er-, feet nut of piper. Paper pulp or pspier p'aio.v (hi,: ti which be appear blind. W'e wih him u long life in which to repcrt macho is employed for the upper, which is moulded to the dedred form and eize, nnd of the political sin cf omMun Hnd , ubirh he i indiKputably tuilty. n sole ih provided made of paper or piste-lard- I'erousl regard lor Lancaster. Two hundred nnd eighty shares of slook have been taken in the Uuilding and Loan A"or;Istioti. Mr Chas, B Hollzclaw and Miss Klizi A. Diehon were licensed to wed Tuesday. Both are residents of Garrard. Aba Furs! through his agent. A. Co- hcr, bought of W. 8. Beazley, 48 head of Isowork shipper, weight 1,005 pounds, at 6J cents. Democrat (should poll a full vote in this oounty next Monday and ree that Anderson gpls a hnndsomo majority over Bakor, the republican candidate for the Legislature 'IVr, Kigney and Andewon i the tickt-- to vo'h Tlie lkrd o' Trustees ci the tiublic pcIidoI In cnt junction with the Rcoocd Coin mif.ioner have decided to post notices for an eleclim lo vote an additional tax of 25 cents on the $100 for the purpose of raising more funds to erect n echcol building. The fact is patent that ''Uncle" George Betxley, of this place, is no slouch at the egg business, as he relates that since last January he has sold 201 drzn of tbe fruit and only has about forty hens. Besides this, he has tired all he wanted at home. Linn Collins, an employe of a traveling Un-eeshow which exhibited here Monday, was beaten up by one of the "boss cb" that evening, but bis injuries amounted to but little. The singular part of the affair is that Collins was arrested and kept inj til until the next morning, while his assailant was not molested. Mrs. II C. Knuffruan and Misa Mattie Burdett have cone to tho Htntonville Fair. Rev. Morris Erans nd lady and Misses Annie and Clara Williams are at Desnn? Camp Meeting, where Rev. Erans will be one of the officiating ministers. Miss Kate Burdett has returned fiom a visit to Clark county. Mrs. L. F. Hubble is visiting her parents at Verona. Misses Elia E. Smith aul Marion Wolford, of this place, will teach with Prof. Dabney at North Middletown. Messrs. Morris ard Henry Davis have returned t) Cincinnati. Miss E'la VAiinster, of Winchester, is the guest f Mi-- s Emma Hood, near town. Mis Ells Miore, of Brantsville, is with t M'robert;'S. & Opera House Block, IriiK, CheuiIciiN, DEAIiERS g4AbeMe)MMeMnEnr STAGG, Stanford, EL - X'- stJic. Our eavelry, Sllvcrwnrp and "ptical floid UopartiiiwiUi In rjiarge oi&tl. Thos. IJieliarilg, ulio irill nopair (VatcheK .mil Clocks promptly and lu Iho & . Wall Paper, Wines. tfiiietil IJOOftH, Tiifitiur lusfrucmcute, N tut loner tJiKiiM. PnliiK j, Pocket OHn, (Soups, irtimccos, t;iiflery, litimps, Perfumery. t'Jre IrtiiM, .Htichlu TaparTL -eTafwfl in M H. C. RUPLEY! I have received and et 111 recetrjjg NEW GOODS rorSPRING& SUMMER Comprising tbr best In tho market, which trill b? Qotton Up in Stylo nnd Mnko Second to Nono in City or Country. Give ,11 e a Trial. -- !. o. s.TrPT--- . of KENTUCKY TATE COLLECEand Instructors. Flftoon Profossors Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Normal School, Military Tactics and Commercial Courss of Study. Fall term begins Kept. tli, iHBs. Addreis JA3IUH K. PATTERSON, COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. lor Ciltaloyrnc nnl : lli. ., I.cvlnutou, Kentucky. IF YOU WANT TO r information FIRE mSUBANGE. JISTO. JSC. PHILIPS, . FILL YOUR GAME BAG, AND MAKE STANFORD, KY., Coin Represents tbo Heat and molt I'rompt-Faytn- g pantes aad his rates are very low. Give d'- Mil can BBC SCORES, USE Masonlieimcr's Restaurant OrrosiTB Cocbt-Hocs- u IllFLESAMP SHOT GUN s. All not, and in our csee will DANVILLE. - - - KEirrUOKY. Meals are Nrvcd at all hous. fiaine alwaya on hand nnd In Its season, oysters fresh fish, nnd similar delicacies served lu all styles aud en short notice. Lookout for the sign "Woodbine Restaurant" and call when you are hungry. aj '. Dantllle, Ky ... ... tho Latest Improvements. ) ir. jiAsoMiEismn ct.t FOR DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS, ADDRESS cl PIANOS, OISQAN.S, MUSIC, Ae Wc aresgeniifor the old and reliable John Church Co.. of Cincinnati. Ohio, tor the sale of Pianos, Orgms, Autonmlr Music-i- l Instrsmsnts and Mujlc.il Merclundlse in L'ncoln and Uarrard Lamberson,Furman&Co., 1 g g He is being isughed nt by ihe (iciemint; wretchv., who expect to be tbe benefiota- rice of his c 2for;n to di'rupi the democratic psrty, ami yet reftt'es to or believe it. Judge Fox has our profoundet symyathy Louisville Time. one-eigh- h al trfttl ala t iron-boun- ii g, a.-- rtp, Vii. 't . ui 1 l ientber board or other euititble paper material, which is unittd to the upper by means of cement, glue tr other adhesive materia). Toe upper is creased, embossed, or perlurated at the instep nnd sides, which rerders them somewhat pliable and pie6Wei-tipvent their cracking while in use a;aiisiio arc valuable. Here are eome Aiiuitca.i tbnt aro psrtlcularly interesting: The There havebeen 2S.011 ca,ses of cholwhole number of postmasters in the cIssmjs era and 12,346 deaths eicce the disease appointed by the President is 2,233 Tbe broke out in Spain. whole number appointed by the Judge Jackson has eent two Letcher General i 51,000. President Cleveland to the penitentiary hns already appstnted 130 and Postmaster county murderers for 10 end 21 years respectiyely end General Vilas 3,500. That is to say, at the another charged with murder, at present rate of putting democrat into office th vork will be finished, eo far as Mr. last accounts Clevelani is concerned in about 20 mouths, AP.E YOU MADE MliEUAIlLE by Indigos, and eo fir a. Mr. Vilss is concerned in tltm, Corutlpatlon, Dlszlnets, Irs of Appetite Yellow bklti' fjhileh's bnt 67 monthc.or ssy in Much 1811, if curs. For sale by Fenny Vitallaer Is a pMltlr A McAlUter. the procew is not interrupt! by tinforc I the LcnrUt of a tooth wash until ccntincenclfg. st'cn I lrgn to uwyour "FAMOSA." To say tbeleait Mimed H13 Deeu.- -I have hoird j I lsrd tbe "F.IMOSA IOOTII WASH'' iw gowl story of on old ettler in this region healthy aud erioyable.and Justly entltlod to tbo term 01 sfraaiau Usui v. Vjry Truly youis, wuo nan never Ktlieu a urn, but was M. b'CIIWAKT fortunate to oat rap one in h mare. Prrirrd wily hy K.uioia C'liouilcil Co , Loun-vlll- f. For sale ly M. L. lluurno, Stanford id lie to his wife, "I'll have it to ''Now," ay that I killed one deer." S3 he tied a What Will Surely Do It. rope about tbo animalM homo and fastened Ous's hair to fallout from many causes. it to a tree. Carefully loading his d The important ijmi1oii Is, what Is sure toualce to ths testimony of rille, he stepped ctl a few piece nnd It grow iDftjjalu? aimed deliberately at the buck's head. thousands, Parker's Hair lUliam will do It. It quUUy covers bald spits, restates tbo original colHang went the gun, the dust lbw from the or when thchnlr isgray or(adsd, eradicates rope, nnd tbo duir bounded ofl, free and uncauws the scalp to fel cool and well. It fettered, to crjjy tho pleasures of his Is not dye, not greasy, highly perfumed, lafo. Noier disappoints those who requ're n nice, relialuunts in tbo green wood. Tue bullet had ble drcstlug. twain.-fValdcutthercpe in (Ga.) Times. Tired and Languid Women. How many wotuenthtreareof wbOMi these words Many devices have been put in ue by aro true- - ''They feel lauguld and tired, hardly actori aud lecturers to keep from amilin, ablt to bear their weight on their fVct, tbe bloom but the simplest and most eil'ective is to ull guno from their cheeks, lriitable and cross put a ornall wocden button in the mouth without tupanlui; to be, nerves all upset, worried and bile down on it every limo tbu impulse with tbo children, trettcd over little things, a burden to themselves and yet with no acuta to laugh makes iteelf manifest. Some grit What a pity It Is. Hut a few bottles of their teeth or cringo their toes, and Hughey Parker's Tonic wllldrivo.all tblsaway nnd relieve Dougherty, the famous mlbslrel, for a long tho trouble! peculiar to their sox. time resorted to the scheme of sticking a " licugh on Hats" clears out rata and mice. ICc pin in his thigh. "Hough on Corns" for Corns and Bunions, ifc. c r d s daud-iiittatosta E.Remington&Sons'. Sporting Arms and Ammunition, SOLE AGENTS FOR counilcs, Kentucky Jlnnthlu Vnuini'iitH rocelved until psld far The. best stanilnnl Win KnabeA Co, Ilazsltnn liros., liirr.-i'l'A on, Kvprett and New England rianos, Decker In Organs, the Ullow-ln- g either 111 right or Kjua-e- . makers: Clougb A Warren, J hn Chiinh A Co. and the Sterling, with ths patent u 281 & 283 Broadway, WESTERN OFFICE, 73 Stato NEW YORK. & D. H. LAMQERSON ARMORY, Musical Instrument, tto most perfect In the world. Illustrated catalogues tent Irce to ull who apply, also tbe best references from those who hate bought and tried any of the above musical Instruments. Address us at Stanford, Ky. llilmc IU'IIh Attavhment. Tbe C'cfCNft'oii.an Automatic it. - - - Street, Chicago, QL. ILION, N. Y. CO., REMINGTON SCOOPS, SPADES. MADE IN SMvr S. Vj I4. J. COOK. SHOVELS, BEST MANNER, OUS GOCDS LOGS WANTED. I will pay the highest price for good, sound Walmit, Cherry and THE BY SKILLED ARE ALWAYS lYOMKI. REUASIE. REMEMBER THAT Ono Ploco of Solid Stool. NO HOLES OH RIVETS TO WEAKEN THE BLADL SEND FOR CIRCULARS. REMINGTON AGRICULTURAL X. CO.. ILION", V. Hickory Logs delivered at any station of the L. &N., K. O. orC. S.K.t R. J. OTTENHEIrVIER, Crab Orchard, Ky. New York Offlcc, US I'lmmlicm Mum. uHEuf EiEJf Only Lino via OHM 1 l. III Ik C '"vL WASHINGTON, Baltimore, Philadelphia York City, WITH TUE0I.UI- I- f and New Pullman Cars. Only Line Tla Klcliiiioutl, Old Point Comfort (Hyireia Hotel) nml NewiHU't News, In connection with 014 DsulnloaSteimihlpi to T3-V7- " Ih-s- pason-(proiuine- And Mordants and Miners Steamship Line to Thin people, "Wells' Health P.encwcr" restores Woman If I give you something to eat Taslor'a Clirrokro Itemed) ofHiveeaCjtta health and vigor, cures dyspepsia, Ac. 1. will you Baw a little wood? and tullrln will euro cukIh. froup aud "Kough on Toothache" gives Instant relief. 15c. l'rlce c. aud (1 n bottle. TrampXr, mum. I'm too weak to eaw LaJlei who would retain freshness and vivacity, Both for sale by Dr Ji L 'l)llNK, cUnford. Thiougb Trains frcm Winchester, Ky., wood. I'm uot lei7, jest weak, but I'm don't fall to try "Wells' Health Renewtr." "Huchu-pallo,- " great kidney and urinary cure. KANAWHA FALLS, willin' to do what lean. You give me a rats, mice cleared . Files, roaches, ants, dinner nnd I'll rit out in the cornfield gicil WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS out by "Rough on Rats." I5c. for a ecrrecrow while I'm eatin' it. ( o.f "Hou;h on Coughs," troches, 13c; liquid, 23c. And other laiaous Vlmlcli Springs and Float are rur4sn iiesoris. rnmii (IJ8L For children, slow In development, puny and ''Oh, nu I have heard euch n oplendid (v00Ttl7'srsv delicate, use "Wells' Health Itecewer." Hunting, Fishing, Kathlng and all kinds of re- -' minister, Ho stamped, nnd pounded, .11, d "Rough on Dentist" Tootn Powder. Try It. tic. notion lor tbe tourist, inra Id or sportsman This Hue runs through the Alleghany Moun-- , got uind and shtok bin fist at folkx, and (31V0UAr Debility Nervous Weakness, Dyspepsia, Sexual talus, on the banks ol beautiful risers aud lerrul- ihriH wnsn't aojbody dsred go up and cured by "Wells' Health Renswer." I. nam 03 fi H mttiijMother Swan' Worn Syrup, for fv)vcrlhncs, TUE SEA SHORE, Gihi au"-- W worms, oouMlpatlou; tastultws. Wc. Carson Day Trains. Regular Outervatlon 20 Ptr Gent Tho exact amount at piy due Gen. d tickets good for stop-orand all can be 8tlnglng, Irrliatloii, all Kidney and Urinary without extra expense. For full liiforma-- , rrofit. "Bucbii-palba.- " (I. I i deiilh kh Gmeial of the Army rompl tints cured by Grant nl , Hon, rales at Holds, analysis nf M Sight sweats, fevtr, chilli, uiabnla, dyipeptla, l'ullman hlff plug Car space, Tickets, .U., tall on wasSS02,50. Ill monthly pay was $? psf jsavwtft oruddrnss cureil by "lyolbT Hoidih Houewor." WSTewli' ira4wf- -i H 1 fyUa Itf, W. II. McROBERTS, or S'I7.G0 per diem. W. H. WHITTLnjEY, My husband (write a lady) Is three times the M'sH r4erlf Ticket Agent, Trar. Fasssngcr Agt - The olrouiar of Drexel, Morgnn cs Co. man slum using "Well' Health Ressewer." H. of k.i.M. Louisville. Ky. Stanford, Ky. . lui.iitiK, v. vr. nun j is, II you nre filling, broken, worn out and nershows that Mr. Vanderbill Iibr purohased ii, Uen'l Fass'r Ag't Oen'l Masaier, SI. Health the West Shore Kiilrorl for fifty million vous, mo "Wells' Klduey Rennwcr." lu Amerlea; RlcbrufiMl. Vlrvlnla, . eonipUInt amh SOUTHERN BIVOUAC," Prevalence r n. ti. i'iiu'auiis. s a qulox, complete cure. St. " dollar?. B. F. Avery Si Sons, Louisville, Ky I Q en I Wts'ern I'snnser J gent. Cincinnati, O. "TOEE:, ( rtrasJrorsatlog nil bowtl llr. Illirser' IIiicLlcbrrrr Cordtol li IMTlSt. aaa IllarrhivmlSraentrrr, t'rnip-t'!Itloui, ant rtitorloj th llttlo ono suS'rt" t tutnare. For ef drilMK aroa the syiura from lbs sale by all druciUU ut 50 cenH a batllc. tff..-c- For the BOWELS. "a &Jt 1 IAL BOSTON. bed-bug- s, N0NEY I - tlrst-olu- ss corn-blue- dldnal-Trliigi- $1,-12- 11 Hucbu-patlM- - m ths Catacomb?, yet discovered, would cover-- 1 Surely "there was millions in it." Col. GOOacree; and if tho whole of these under Sellers was an optimist as well as a finanground burrows were placed in a continucier. The Republican is a pissimist and a builds up a tremendous Visits tho Pantheon, the Baths and ous line, their total length would exceed July 31, 1885 financier. Sellers ShaiJbrd, Ky the Catacombs, 500 miles, which will gie my readers fortune on paper; while on the reverse side some idea of (thanku to tho guide-book- ) of this sheet the Republicangota into begA I. WATS TRAINING THE LORD. Thco were often their amazing extent. gary and bankruptcy. W. P. WALTON. used as hiding places by the christians in in Do extremes meet; or is this bit of a say "PjtosrEcr Point," Landouii, N. India, ing only a poetic fancy? June JStb, 1885. J times of persecution, and many were folBoa Ikoersoll, the celebrated Infidel We are asked several other questions by DEAn iNTEBion. Until I get done with lowed and slain in the winding ramificaand radical high pried, was once asked to the Republican, each of which carries with Italy you need not expect much from In- tions of the Catacombs. In the revolution Flihi how a certain miracle could have it, to any man of good sense and common dia, even had I anything to report. Our of centuries, in due time, "relic hunting" been nar formed if the Author of it was information, Its own answer. For Instance life ia a very quiet, waiting one just now. became all the rage, and saints bones are at not diine. Said Col Bob in reply. "The "Why is an additional tax of 5 cents to be The plains are burning up in the fiery beat; a premium. .Martyrs were common at ciplanation ia easy enough. That account levied to build a branch penitentiary?" gasping residents longing for tho welcome Rome, and the Catacombs with their accu- of n miracle ia all a d d lie. None ever We answer how else could it bo built? Do Monsoon, that will bring the rains to tem- i mutation oi noiy remamB oecauie a itij Omitting the profanity, the you suppose it could be done without occurred." per the fierce power of the scorching winds, gold mine. The trafio in relics, would of which we carefully avoid in these money? The resources of the sinking fund as well as start the shrunken vegetation in fill more books to tell it than the history of use columns, W3 might with much greater truth can not be constitutionally applied to this to fresh existence. Tho "rainy season" is stock gambling on the Bourse, or Royal than chaMCterizjs Col. Bob's response, fur. expense though the radical party has India's life. It will not be so plesant on Exchange. One of the Popes, when the niah thetnme explanation of certain conun- never perceived that a constitutional inhi the hills as the dry, but for others we wish Pantheon became the church of "S. Maria drums propounded to u recently by our bition was an impediment the revenues of it mav come when the time cornea. All ad Martyres" in A. D 600, buried 23 wag-goof the Somerset Re t loads of holy bones, under the great the common schools could not be appropri- well and happy. Praise the LORD. Ever publican, whore party z:al recently is not ated, and so there remains but one other altar. That a skeleton was found in RoGeo. O. Baiwes. In Jesus, tempered by its usual wisdom. To illus- source, the revenue proper. Now the Re man soil gave an odor of eanctlty to it, Rome, Feb 24th., 'S5. I forgot in yes trate the character of these conundrums we publican certainly should know that one of sufficient to warrant a prompt sale; and it visit to the Pantheon, quote the following. "Why is it that in the cardinal distinctions between a repre terday's record, cur undoubtedly happened that many "sinners" which we took in after our lunch. The 1671 it cost only S2S2 577 to put $1,719,-01- 2 Beginning with July 1, 1885, we announce our third democracy and a monarcny is only ancient edifice in Rome with wallsand buried in the Catacombs, because of Chrissentative in the treasury, or 14 cents on the dol- that the latter keeps piles of money hoardtian parentage or connection, becamo 'saints' preserved. When one thinks business in Stanford. Our trade has been far belar, while in 1S75 it cost $441,075 to put in ed in coffers, because the government is roof perfectly In the way of trade, and were distributed 27 years before the beonly $1,655,977 or 21 cents on the dollar?" everything and the people nothing, while that it was erected fragments to work fancied wonders is simply in yond our expectations; a gradual, increase month Dr. Franklin, whose sense of humor waa the former in the administration of its reve- ginning of the christian era, it among the credulous. marvellous how it escaped Goth and Van rfjoal to his learning, once d roily asked nue, proper, undertakes to keep on hand onDANVILLE, BOTLE COUNT T. month. We 1,200 this opportunity of you for the scientific professors of Paris, why a fish ly so much as is necessary to defray cur- dal and Lombard as it has. For years it has been a church; beforo that a Smiley sella the cheapest and beet coal, tltad outweighed the same fish alivtT The rent expenses. The building of a branch your very liberal patronage and assure of that Office corner 31 and Green streets. in our various temple. The philosophers pondered the query for a year penitentiary is a needful thing, but one heathen who ordered "the world to Owsar Augustus, Mies Agnes Samuel, of Hot Springs branches our or more, each one lurnismng a ditlerent motto shall be "Tho Best Goods for tho Least which the government is not called upon ii 1, built it and a colossal Arkanias, is visiting the family of her unexplanation until the Doctor waa finally ap- to do more than once or twice in several be taxed," Luke Emperor once adorned its cle, Mr. H. E Samuel. Mr. Wood Wal-lac- Money," pealed to for the true reason why the dead generations. So it is that in the imposi- statue of that Again thanking you for favors, we hope to see ample portico. The peculiarity of the of Louisville, is in town. Mr. W. B. fish outweighed the live one. He simply tion of taxes no account is taken, except great building is one, I have only seen in Thomas has returned from a visit to friends all of old customers and many new ones in the coming asswered: "It doesn't do it." when the exigency arises, of the costs of it it is lighted by a single circular aperat Russellville. Ia our Bro. mocking us? Or ia he sim- such works and then when it becomes propRespectfully, ture in the centre of the dome. The effect John W. Iryine, of this place, owns a year. ply trying to be droll and funny like Dr. er to erect them a tax ia bound to bo ed is very peculinr, It looks as if the dome hen which hatched out a brood of chickFranklin? We scorn to charge that eo acor they remain, as the Republican's had been left incomplete; but the light is ens the past spring. Those chicks grew rapcurate an accountant as the editor of the bankrupt Treasury, only on paper. very fine. Victor Emanuel lies buried idly to hen and roosterhood and one of Republican is known to be, fails to compre-We cannot afford space to go further inhis vault is loaded with chaplets and them some weeks ago began laying and on a plain, tabulated statement of the to detail. The Republican has asked ques here; wreaths. United Italy's first the eggs so laid the old hen is now setting. Auditor; nor do we intimate that the Pulas- tions and we have answered them. If per- ornamental King, is enshrined in the hearts of his peo Query when the chickens come will the ki Prodigy in figures, who so recently chance, there should: be a "power behind ple. And he was worthy of their homage. old hen be their ma or their grandma? s of his party wasn't boasted that the throne" who seeks to keep fresh the A straightforward, brave, unselfish gentleDr. R. W. Dunlap died Friday night a d d nigger, furnished the facts, or rather visions of financial derangement which his man, who lived for Italy; and left behind at 12 o'clock at the residence of his sister, fancies which furnish our dealt out the fancy detected about two years ago, peering name. This ancient temple Mrs. R. R. Jones, of heart die eae e, of which brother's mathematical puzzle. 1st. "Why above the political horizon, we trust that he him a grand is a fitting mausoleum for the worthy he had suffered for many months past. Dr. did it cost $282 577 to put $1,719,012 in the may appropriate the answers to himself. monarch. Dunlap was a native of Fayette county Treisnry, or 14 cents on the dollar?" As Meanwhile, being of a timid and retiring Raphael lies on the other side of the but spent a greater part of his professional Col. Jbb says, the explanation is easy. It disposition, we do not dare anybody to informs life in Danville, where he has always been didn't do it. Came to the blackboard, knock a chip off our head. We prefer to great altar. Only 37, as his tomb us, when death claimed this prince of ar- regarded as a leading physician. He was toad friend, and illustrate your mathemat- write of our local events and short parabought one of his married fourtimes, his last wife, who died ics. Show us how you can make 14 cents graphs of political news, with now and tists. England has just paintings for 70,000 pounds sterling $350,- - about a year ago, being a Lincoln county on the dollar on either the gross or the net then a line or two of comment; but if otha price did ever ladv. Miss Bailey, who was the mother of earn paid into the Treasury for that year, er folks are bound to have a dry discussion 000. No so prodigious painting bring before. all his surviving children saTe one, Maj. eqaal to $282,577! The republican party of figures and financial mismanagement, We were told that a visit to the Panth W. W. Dunlap, of Colorado, whoee mother has always been considered able in the car- we will undertake to show, at leist, that a impressive, and was a daughter of the late John McLane. dinal rules of addition, multiplication, di kettle has no right to call a pot black face. eon by moonlight is most in some respects even more so than the Dr. Dunlap was in the tWlh year of his vision and silence, but even JJorsey or As the election occurs Monday we make Colosseum, bat we did not go back, It is age. The funeral occurred this morning Sieve Elkioe, or the widow Pinkston would walls 20 feet from the Christian church and was largely gnaw up a State pencil in ''dotn' this sum." a last appeal to democrats to vote fot the a sturdy structure with brick thick, once covered with costly, polished attended. You will perceive on prayerful study nominee, James W. Tate, for State Treasbog since Your correspondent went to the jail that yon don't exactly comprehend what urer. He is a tried and true man, against marble slabs; but theee have DEALER IN this morning and had a talk with Lswis by the words "14 per cent" in the whom the breath of scandal has never rest- been stripped and scattered. is meant Oar fourth and last day in Rome was a Anderson, the negro brought from Stanford Hardware, right hand column of the tabulated state- ed and has manffgod his office most admirHorse Shoes, Groceries, Saddles, democrat, un- very full one. First we drove to the Baths last night and committed for safe keep ment of the Auditor on page 19, to which ably. He is a straight-ou- t Nails, Iron, QucciiHwnre, Huggy where the ing on a charge of committing a crimyon so kindly and so specially called our like his opponant, Judge Fox, who claims of Caracala a wonderful ruin, H"KRV Wheels, Stovcx, Cane Mil!, llarncHH, you pocket inal assault Lewis on Mrs. Hyatt. attention. Neithtr is it true as a fact, nor to be a democrat, but runs on a prohibi- officials keep an eye on you lest Spol;es, Cotci-h- , Cider Mills, around by claims to be totally innocent of the whole does the statement of the Auditor justify tion platform, while really his candidocy is the mosaics that are scattered IlllUH, Stoneware, Corn Shelters, Here, acres of pavement matter and went on to account for hie any such deduction, that it cost $282,577 in the interest of the republicans. Demo the thousand. pretty inch whereabouts during the day. He says he to pat the revenues of '71-- 2 into the Treas-nry- . crats we urge you not to be led captive by were all in mosaics, and these Olivsr Chillsd, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plow., Wooden rind are has the highest reepect for both Mr. and The sheriffs' commissions were for so gauzy a scheme to reduce our majority, square marbles, nearly 2,000 years old, Cast lumps, and tbe Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roofthat year, S74.943.70. The compensation but go to the polls and show to Mr. Cleve perpetually becoming loosened under the Mrs. Hyatt and would be the last person in ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. of visitors, world to harm either of them. He says of Assessors was S5G.0G3 4G. The piy of land that Kentucky is still the stronghold tread of so many thousands MeKtnnev, Bnlcmtneit I the Revenue Supervisors $2,OG6,00. The of democracy and that we heartily endorse preeenting a great temptation to "petit lar that both he and Din Owens and a negro at once. woman saw two strange negro men, one fees of the clerks for copying the Assessors' him and his administration, by rolling up ceny." Room for 1,600 bathers Built 1,630 years agone begun by one taller than tbe other lurking near the increased majority. hooks $10,124 50. Now add theee sums to- an THE SEW GKOCFHY AMI HARD1VAICE HOUSE OF Emperor, continued by another; finished bridge not far from Mr. Besz'.ey's on the gether, according to Ray, part 1st, and not The race of a certain judge ia spoken of by a third. Magnificence so unparalleled day of the assault. He asks for a fair inaccording to Elkins, Dorsey & Co , and we as a "Fox chase" but if every democrat to complete it. vestigation which he says will fully estab hare $149,197.GG- -a small difference of will go to the polls and vote for Tate, he must needs consume 3 lives I pity the first poor fellow, giving his name lish his innocence. over $133,000, which, however, we admit, will feel next Tuesday like he had been in . to them, but never looking on his finished Rev. John C. Young did suddenly 3E3CXJST,C3Nr-VIIJ3E3u no great matter in republican the worst wild goose chase ever recorded. DBLTrT. 360 yards in length, the same in Wednesday evening near Shaker Ferry unbathe. Step right up Monday and vote this ticket: breadth in the quadrangle. So many cham- der the following circumstances; He had "While it cost $444,075 to put in only For Treasurer Jno. W. Tate. b a Iain bers that the most expert antiquarian gives been attending services at the High Bridge Would kkdlytik yourattettlon to the fact that they bare Juit returned from ths cltlm $1,455,977 or 21 cents on the dollar." For State Senator Maj. F. D. Rigney. tuh acd writ selected stock of CIIOK E out guessing and confesses utter ignorance Camp Meeting and when they were grows. The grws Oar astonishment For County Judge, of Lincoln Hon, started to walk to Shatertown. He of the uses many were put to. The heat amount received into the Treasury for that Thos. W. Varnon. ing apparatus is a marvel of ingenuity, passed down the cliff road and crossed the 7eaxwaa the sum of $1,750,882 53. But For Constitutional Convention Yes. ce and has quite a modern look with the hot ferry and had pioceded but a short In tndlrM variety, dilntj In quality and aatiifictory Id price; tbla we guarantee Our alia that! U oor .brother in his indiference to all proper at all tlmM to tupi'l tftrr want In our line. to Shakertown when he complete. O the muttons on the war The citizens of Henderton will celebrate air flues and all roles of calculation, in order to force a Bridge, built it must have cost! Gone now to "eyerlaat-in- g was observed to fall. Several persons who correspondence between his alleged state- the opening of the Henderson smash;" roof fallen in, blocks and were near at once went to him and found ment of 21 per cent, and this fearful sum of by the L. &N., nest Thursday, 6th,in grand here and him unconscious and breathing heavily. Consists of the Standard Brands oJ Euror and America. Oor Urge Iln of Cooking 6iotm IncJndM counts against a democratic ad- style. The programme includes a recep- chips of exquisite marble piled $444,075, theJuitl7Clbratd "Gmt Wntern ItwrTe" and rainy other fatnllj larorltw. Our China, OLu 1 to 3 r. M,; carriages there or ranged in rows, all that is left of He was removed to a shady place, but died and Queeniwire stock comlita tn ministration over $56,000 worth of land tion and lunch from rrt of Table, Tea and Chamber SU totnpUte, UUmwm richly cat raid to the commonwealth and what is and bridge excursions, from 3 to 6; dinner the former magnificence! Some of the in less than twenty minutes. That his andetched. In tbe wy of Breadituffi we name Buckwheat Flour, the queen ol all trlbet. Our celescattered in muse- death was due to excessive heat there is no brated Patent -- G. M." Flour, urlfalled for cake and putry, while Rice and Hominy, our own petit-oti- c etill more marvellous, the delinquencies from 6 to 7J toasta and reeponces from 7 finest relics of the past, product, arrayed faithful adjunct. All tbedellcaclnln Foreign and Dotneatle Confection from these famous reason to doubt. He had on two former sd exoneration of that year amounting to to 9; and pyrotechnics from 9 to 11. The ums eltewhere, camfe are here. Tin, Stone, Wooden and Wlllowware, Electric Lamp, Stationery. Owned MeU and Fruit offer to fur baths notably the Farnese, Hercules and occasions been prostrated by sunstroke and and a complete line of Cigar and Tobacco. Well, this Is only a hint of tJseeumof $170,15646 Is this fair; is it committee of invitation kindly what we baie. BltTtBi loyers of art, and as Wednesday was one of th hottest days that we can make It to your Inlereat, we confidently atk an examination of our goo.lt and your patron-K- jasJ; ia it even good morals, leaving out the nish free transportation to the invited Farnee Bull, known to been more rtipllully, of the season and as he had TA YLOH JlIlOTIIKRfL now in Naples museum. Go to, good guests. question of matbtmrtiCf? we friend, and study Oow'a Morals and Man-serFor attempt at rape the penalty inflict. From theee indescribable Thermae The than usually exposed to the sun, his death under the circumstances is not a matter of drove to the Catacombs of Calliatus. for Bile by all respectable druggists or ed by the law is far inadequate, hence the fift spot is quite a drive beyond the city walls, surprise. Mr. Yonng was a native of this book stores. Bat what charms us most is disposition of the people to take tne matter olden times son of lie iaperturbible serenity with which the in their own hands. Castration should be the imperial government in the burials of place, being theCollege, the venerated Presi whose initials were dent of Centre hlnir verr strict in forbidding democratic party is made responsible for the penalty and for rape death alone. For the same as his. He graduated at Centre anv kind within the city limits. the delinquent tax payers. Who compose a nephew of the these "Catacombs" are as ia generally College in 1857, some of his classmates Gen. Fitzbuoh t least 90 per cent of this large and inter-t)tin- g great Robert E. wasLee, nominated for Gov- knnwn. the burial rjlaces of christians of being Senator J. C. S. Blackburn, body? If specimens are wanted DCitaas in- ernor of Virginia by the democrats on the of oar era; McCreary, J. H. Bruce, of 'tey can be found awarming like flies and first ballot and he will be ejected beyond tbe first three or four centuries extending around the entire city in a wide Garrard, who died only a few days ago; Drugs, Books, Stationery and ticking like carrion around depots at train peradventuie. Fancy Articles. circle. The heathens disposed of their Judge W. L. Dulaney, of Bowling Green; liaat; lounging on street corners and paying of the Mason & dead by cremation; which fact gives its dis Judge J. K. Sumrall, of this county, and Mr. Charles E. Hooe, uocational visits to pig etyj and chicken these-vacemMr. J. H, Engleman of the Farmers Na- Fbyilcl ant' prrtcription accurately compounded, roosts. We do not charge that they com- Foard Co,, Frankfort, sends us a well illus- tinct Christian feature to Alao is even tional bank. After leaving college Mr. pote chiefly that other third of the radical trated catagogue ot the chairs and ether eteries, the extent of which ..arty, of which its chairman and secretary fine furniture being manufactured by the now Imperfectly known. Upwards of 40 Young studied theology and became one firm. groups of theee uepulchral burrows vary- of the ablest and most elcquent ministers eem a little ashamed, but we do protest ing in extent have been discovered. Bat of the Presbyterian church. He has re Tho Largest 8tock of "Watches, Olooks, DRIPPING SPRINGS, that if, by any rort of strange possibility Jewelry and Silverware only one that of St. Callistus has been sided in Danville for several years past and tbry do belong to that third the democrat-par- ty guests, To day we received twenty-fiv- e excavated and explored. How although he has had no regular charge he Ever bought to thla market Price Lower than should not be held accountable for on Tuesday we are to get another crowd and thoroughly tbe Lowest. Watcher Clock and Jewelry Rehave theee kept shape for 1,500 years, so as has devoted much of bis time to bible readiheir delinquencies. paired on ihoit notice and Warranto!. still more to follow on Saturday. We have What then was the cost of paying into them here from Kansas City, South Caro to admit of excavation at all? The answer ing and evangelistic work. He was gifted itieTre&sniy the revenue for 1875? The lina, Louisville and all the local towns and tn thin In that nearlv all tbe bills around with a marvellous memory and rare conherifia'csm missions $93,593 40; Asseucri there never was a nicer set of people than Rome are formed of tufa, a soft, porous, versational powers, and theee with a splensandstone, of volcanic origin, unfit for did education made him an attractive man $C8,C85.65; Revenue Supervisors $5,733; those who have been here this season. He leaves a wife and btilldlnir numosea on account of its soft in any company. Jerks for espying Assessors' books Everybody delighted, and say they are adapted for these exca- daughter and a son to mourn his loss. The ness, yet perfectly which makes a total of $188,503 07, coming back next season and bring their vations for burying the deid. And here, funeral will take place Friday at 3 o'clock, r $255,572 1ms than the Republican says it sisters, cousins and aunts. Respt. until it became the fashion to inter near was. No wonder the state is going into Monday was the nineteeth annivereary D.G.Slacouter. churches, the christians of the esrly centu AND speed, if bankruptcy at such a break-necof the completion of the Atlantic cable, and P. 8 Grand picnic Saturday. away, in these remarkable from that day to the present there has not ries were laid judical figures are to be relied on. Such Fiii-nitiii-- e Monday the citizens of Atlanta Gi., subterranean passage; through whose ma oethods of calculation would bankrupt the been one moment's interruption of commu A Full ami complete luuoriuiem of Furniture, United States in lees than a year. Like laid the corner stone of n soldiers' mon- tes we stumbled along after our guide In nication. cuibracJiu? Horace Mull, in shot and killed two erytulng from tho Olicapest to the Fluent oony other folks, Col. Sellers made large ument which l to be 180 feet high, and single file, till our wax tapers were ex. VI Nnlt will cost, as estimated, $100,000. It will hausted. By which time we all voted brothers named Hawkins and wounded a . H u ...u ji.iku ""--" irtunea on paper. His eve water cost mm iiiiiuu your purciuiHCH, no He estimated commemorate the soldiers who fought and that we had had enough of it and were not third in Anderson county all with one disnly 50 cents per barrel. what quantity or quality you want, au can ami will dunlicaM bat there were 100,000,000 people In Aeis; who fell on either side in the civil war,and sorry to emerge into the air and sunlight charge from his shot gun The brotheis any prices you can obtain elsewhere, freight every one of them had two sore eyes, near the base of the column will be niches helui; added Alio in again. had gone to his house to run him HI be a full assortment ot Collins, Cases, Shrouds nd that it would take one bottle to each for the statues of Grant and of Lee, of Johnami Robes CnibM& According to careful calculaticns of ex- cause they objected to his vfsi's to ih-- ir yelto aflect a cure. The bottles could liiK all the New Styles, both cheap and expensive, Vfnrn son arid of Sherman. room perts the aggregate superficial area of all sister. adily be sol J at $2 a piece. opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. ft m-8$ee- hlj) InteriorJonnral GEO. O. BARNES. 1 n To Our Friends & Patrons: brother-in-thecraf- year's after take eon-in-la- thanking that e, ini-pos- 1 BRIGHT CURRAN. two-third- w. H. HIGGINS, Whip, Grate, Iap Collar, "." book-ieepin- TAYLOR BROS. FAMILY GROCERIES g. con-elud- die-tan- OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY e, ivnrjr kia -tray- a mrMMmw J- PHARMACISTS, -- st JEWELERS- S20,-485,0- m ms) UNDERTAKER, JOealei- in I . M. Parlor niatir -- ounu Stanford, Ky L.&N. Kipresitraln" Ilia la about LOCAL Houth Five Shares of Farmers National Stock for sale. Apply at the Bink. Bink July - 31, 1885 TIME CARD. 1)89 My customers will please not be imposed upon, but be sure that they get the "Belle of Stanford" Flour before they pay for it. R. T. Matting!- -. tUU train going North- " Koutu...... Norn - .... .. on standard Thive li20calculated fatter minutes LOCAL NOTICES. r. u. Brioiii A Cuiiran cut loose on coal, llOr. M. Any coal in the association delivered in Si a.m. i U3 A, M. town by the car at 10c or 9: on the track. 1 tltue. Uolar The best Jelllco coal at on track. 1 to delivered, 10c OUY, School Itooks at Bjurne'i). Maciiink Needles nt Iburne'a. Bor your school booki from Peony A McAIUter. Watoheh nnd Jewelry repMred on short notice and warranted by Penny & McAlU-to- r. The wife of Bn Owsley, colored, pre tented him the other day with triplets, two boys and a girl. They were all alive and apparently hearty at first, but one his since died. This lot makes five children for Mrs, Owsley inside of thirteen months. Mammoth Cave The editor and his wife propose to take a trip to Mimmoth Bnv the IIssa Hog Kemedy, the oriYi-n&- l Cave In a week or two and will be glad to and only genuine, from Penny & McAl have as many of their friends of both sexes later. A com r let E Rtock of jewelry, latent accompany them as wish. Ten have al (tyle. Kockford watches a tpeclalty. Pen- ready agreed to go, Call on us and learn ny A McAlIster. low rate given. Farmkiui, Head Tint. Oo to Dr. M. L. Bourne's driic store and get one package, The County Clerk has received from the of Bam A. Clark's Hop Kemedy. If you Auditor a statement of the action of the are not satisfied after using It your money State B)ard of Equalizition in reference to will be refunded. the valuation of pnperly in Lincoln counPERSONAL. ty. They alter the Assessors valuations as S per cent. Hoiit. Hauuinu, Ej., of Danville, waj follows: To valuation of land Is added; to valuation of town lots 5 per here on legal business yesterday. cent, is added; from personal property 7 Miss Annie Loo AN has returned to effect of this is Knoxvllle after a Tislt of a month to percent is deducted. The to add to the aggrega'e taxable value of the friends here. In the county as valued by the Rev. O C. Overstheet and wife have property Asietsor, the sum of $1 S7,72), making the taken charge of the Bpencer Institute at total? 1,335,3 II. List year the board adTaylorsrllle. ded 10 per cent, to all real estate and 2 per Mr. J. T. Adams, of Ilyattsrllle, was here yesterday to consult Dr. Carpenter for cent, to personal property. !, snetr trouble. Miss Belle Hcniira was up from Danville yesterday, looking much better than her friends expected to ste. Mn. T. T. Davies is in a very critical condition. Jim Beszley still lingers, but his death is only a question of a ver short time So many of our pretty girls are at the Hustonvllle Fair that it would be easier to name those at home than those that are Bone. Mkp.J. T. Howell and her pretty little Ethel, of Nicbolasville, who have been guests of Mis. V. P.Tate, returned home yesterday. Mn 2f. AiittciiAiuON, of Williams-bur- ;, who frequently wields the pen for this paper, pissed to Frankfort yesterday for a viiit of several weeks. Col. Vae Walkeh, of Garrard, is an applicant for Surveyor of the Port of Louisville. He is a half brother to the present encumbent and a capital man. LOCAL MATTEIS. Tuerday The Hind will give a big hop to some last n negro man went to the house of Mr. their friends made at Hock Castle James 11. Hiatt and asked his wife for something to eat. She got him a lunch Opting, at the Optra House to night. and put It down where he could get it Mahiiiei). Eld. J. Q. Livingston writes This did not suit him and he ordered her us that he united in marriage at his rcsU to bring it to him, which she refused to do. dsnee Tuesday, Mr. Thomas Holtzclaw and He then asked her if there were any other Miss Elizt Dishon. women in the house. Sho told him there It is asked where will the factory for the was not, but that Mr. Hiatt was He promanufacture of the Heat Fender be locat- nounced that a d n lie and Immediately ed It will be located wherever a con- ran to Mrs. Hiatt and seized her. She betrolling Interest of the stock is subscribed. ing an unusually stout woman, he was unable to accomplish his evident purpose, Out citizens were shocked yesterday to learn of the sudden death of Kev. John C. though he bruited her badly about tbe Newfound-lan- d Young near the High Bridge Camp Meet- wrist and throat. A valuable dog came to the rescue of his mistress ing, Wednesday evening. He was a brilliant man, but unfortunately put his talents when the scoundrel shot him with n pistol. He then continued his auault oa Mrs. Hito poor use. att, whom he threatened to shoot if she The telephone line is a nuisance, which did not ceae her scream). About this time ought to be abated. It is never in condi- a little girl attracted by them came in eight tion to work especially when needed most. and the would be ravisher took to his heels. Yesterday we had arranged to have the He was disguised with a sheep skin tied Fair awards sent us but nary a sound over his lower face, giving him the appear-anceo- f would come over tbe wires. a very old man, but Mrs. Hiatt was m n res- - sure he was none other than Lewis AnderThe colored Teachers' Institute is in sion with an attendance of - out of 15 in son, a negro who lived in a short distance the countv. Prof. J. 8. Hathaway, of Be of her home for several years. That after noon Mr. Charles Spoonamore, a brother rca College, is conducting it in a very ere of Mrs. Hiatt, came to town and swore out manner and to the entire satisfaction a warrant (or the negro and Sheriff Mene-fe- e of Superintendent J. A. Bogle. went out to arrest him. He got in Bro Walton, of the Interior Jour WM of him once or twice and fired several nal had Tuetdav's psper dated July 517 snots, but without effect. Finally he gave We suppose h didn't go to bed the night up the chase, bat Messrs. Lewis and Watt before the 'JS'.h, and counted all the ssme Dudderar, Charley Spoonamore and others News. The explanation continued to persue him and at last their is better than we could have-- made our- - efforts were rewarded by his capture. ajlvts. Most people would haye made short work Ocu kind friend, Miss Mary Logan, of of the rascal, but the gentlemen named are Louisville, has sent us a beautiful, hand-piint- ed law. loving and law abiding and are to be plate and cup and saucer, which is praised for delivering him safely to the one of the most artistic pieces of work we jailer, which they did at 2 A. m. Wedneshave teen In many a day. It is indeed a day. The negro is a miserable looking prttent to be appreciated and we do from specimen of the brute, large and burly and ia not over bright mentally, judging from our very hearU If the mob had have found the negro his ourang-outan- before face. The next day he Judge Carson and Mts-ters- on was brought Anderson in j ill Wednesday nlgbt the othPeyton appointed to defend him, er negroes, Sam Embry, EJ Johnson and but the nogro preferred to waive an examithe two Htnford boys, accused of detainwould nation, which was his right, and he was ing white girls ugaiost their will, also have danced from a rope's end. It taken back to jail, unable of course to give the $1,000 bail, Threats were openly made was a close call. of hanging the wretch and these coming to Comino down Mill street yesterday with the ears of Judge Varnon he promptly a load of lumber, the mule team of Mr. II. ordered him to be taken to Dmville for C. Gann was unable to hold the wagon safe keeping. Thoughtless and ed back without breaks, and they were run men, whom we are glad to say are in tbe down at a fearful ratp, till striking a tree minority, blame the jadge for doing this, at Mr. Peter 8iraub's they were thrown to his sworn duty, but we think he deserves tbe ground. One was badly injured and the highest commendation instead of centbe driver, a colored man was considerably sure. It was his sworn duty to so that no bruised. lawlessness was permitted and to protect Those pianos, organ and autonuti: tbe prisoner in the surest manner possible. musical Instruments made and sold by the We understand that a mob formed to come John Church Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio, are to town the night after he was taken away, the best and cheapest to be had anywhere. which snows that the Judge acted prudentTh agents for the firm In Lincoln and ly. We have never seen our people more Garrard county, S. R. and L. Y. Cook, say wrought up, and while wo ajrea with them they defy the world to produce aa good an that the brute deserves death in tbe most instrument as the Clingle A Warren organ, tortured form, yet since he is in the hands or the Kanawah piano. For volume and of the law, we counsel a submission to its richness of tone tbesj Instruments ar; forms, confident that he will receive the heaviest penalty known to bis crime. without a successful rival. A Two hundred and fifty thousfor sale by and, hard and Henry Uiugbman. IiKlCK. well-burne- If the democrats and republicans will unite on the prohibition candidate, Mr. P. L. Simpson, next Monday, Mr. Bobbitt may yet never reach the promised land, which he thinks he views now at short range. And there is no reason why they should not. Mr.Slinpon Is the candidate of no party, though making his race on a prohibition platform. A plain, hontet farmer, with considerable attainments and better informed than moU men of his station, he enjjys the confidence and respect of his neighbors, who ha ;e only words of praise for him. A leading member and officer in the Christian church, he has always been a moral min and as a citizen has exerted much influence for good, Thoroughly incorruptible, firm in his con victions and conscientious in everything, Mr. Simpson would make us a representative that would retlect credit on himself and the people of Lincoln alike, and we hope the voters will rally to hii upport. He is no politician, has none of the character isttcs ol tbe wily demagogue, nut is a straightforward christian gentleman, upon whom all men who admire these iiualitie cin unite. -- The Hustonvllle Fair began Wedoesday under very auspicious circumstances, The weather was fine, tbe exhibit good and the attendance far in excess of any first day we have seen, The location, save that it is somewhat contracted, is one of the finest we ever saw and a cooling breezs blows continually down the pretty valley. Outside of a very excellent display of stock, there are many other attractions and we do not know where a day can be more pleasantly spent. A large crowd will attend and the programme is the best of the fair, including a sweepstake roadster ring, in which the premium is S100, balloon lawen-sioAs. The Secretaries, Mesera. Will R. Williams and C.B.Reid, have our thanks for favors. They nod all the officers are untiring in their eflorts and determined to make the Fair a success. There were a number of nice spreads on the grass under the shady trees of which we were invited to partake, but as we could only accept one, we dined with the first to ask us, Mr. Jesse P. Rifle, whose good wife gave an excellent exhibition of her abilities to get up a nice repast. The Gold A Silver Band, which furnishes the music, is complimented on all sides for its splendid work. Following are the awarJs of the first day: Jack under 2 years old, Levi A William Hubble, blue; J K. Biughman, red. Jack 2 years old and over, John Baugh-ma- n, blue; W. L. Caldwell, Boyle, red. Jack any age, W. L. Caldwell, blue; Levi A Wm. Hubble, red. Jennet under 1 year old, J. K. Uiugh-mablue and red. Jennet any age, Levi A Wm. Hubble, blue and red. Buck any age, W. D. Irvine, Boyle, blue and red. Ewe any age, W. D. Irvine, blue and red. There were no en'ries in the other three sheep rings. Special by C. C. Carpenter and J. W. Allen, best sucking horse or mare colt from Russell, Cisey or Pulaski, T. A. Rynier-soCasey, blue; John Elliott, Caey, red. Saddle gelding any age, C. T. Sandige, blue;M. M.Sandige, red. Siddle mare any age, A. E. Hundley. Boyle, blue; M. M. Sandige, red. n, n, Cha. R-i- d, Best lady rider, special premium Blsbop, by SBJTkffaWrTa1fcasr'l"aMBliT ' rf 1 blue and red. Mire or gelding, roadster, Wm. Rue Boy If, bio- - and red. y is the big day and everybody will be there. To-da- HutonvllIe, Mies Jennie 't'SSSS- - .Ar RELIGIOUS. The Courier Journal of Wednesday hai a cut of Sam Jones and a full report of his first sermon at High Bridge. Rev. W. J. Holtzclaw writes that he has just closed a meeting at Clews Chappel, near Parksville, with 30 accessions to the church. He also raised a large subscription for a new church. DEATHS. W. G. Riy, a promising young lawyer died Tuesday at tho residence of R. H. Roundtree, at Lebanon. Sir Moses Montefiore, tbe Hebrew philanthropist, who in Ojiober last celebrated tbe 100th anniversarf of Jt.ND KOK X CATALOI. K 0? his birthday, died in London Tuts Jay. Female College, Fleece Huston, son of Mr. 8am Huston, died Monday of typhoid fever and wai LANCASTER, KY. buried in Buffalo Cemetery Tuesday, aged 2G. He is the second son of Mr. Huston to Larger Corps ol Instructor than any female Col leg in tbe State. Hull Ilngi new and appointdie in the last few weeks. ment, uneicel ed. Tern rrtonatile Next fesolon commences August '!, JSS5. Capt. William Diugherty died of genFor further lnlormtl'n, adoria eral debility Tuesday, aged 73. He served MUl'.RU EVANS, I) V , Fm't. gallantly in the Mexican war and would have been promoted to the Colonelcy but preferred to temain with his company, composed of such men as Gen. Frank Wol-for- d, then a private, Tom Napier and others since become known to fame. On his return home, Capt. Diugherty was shown every honor by his county men and banqueted and toasted for weeks. He was a generous, whole-souleman, greatly beloved by all who knew him. well-know-S- Garrard Uen'i Fsyette Hewett, State Auditor. Frankfort, By, Col. It. V. Allen. Supt. Ky Military Institute and President Kt Teachers' AncUtIon, i'atunlale, Kt.; Col J. ,. fate, state Treasurer, Frankfurt, Ky.j Pro! J Dssha Pickett, Supt, el Public Instruction nf Kentucky, Frankfort, Ky.; (Sot. Luke 1 IlUtkburn. Louisville, Ky.; Got James h. McCreary. Klchmon.l, Ky ; Oen'l H King While, Pine Hint! Ark.: Iter B. II. State Cbap aln, rrankfort, Ky. (3l-2- KKFBRKNrKs Wn refer ' y puuilss on u the following gentlemen His Excellency, J. Proctor Knott Uovernor ol KenlKiy, Frankfort, Ky,, KaTa-naug- h, THE CIHCIEIAJP GROCER. T. R. LAND. STOCK AND CROP WALTON, -- DEALER I- N- The Sun reports the sale of a car load of 4 6.V Bold Attempt at IUpe. J 1- The prospects of the cotton crop in Texas suipass those of the great crop season of 16S3. Warren Rogers, of Bourbon county, sold to W. II. Hendricks A Sons, of Fleming, six aged mules for $1,050. Smith A Anderson, Danville, Ky., DRAFT HORSES. Colt either sex, Gill Cowan, blue; J. K. have a superior article of Fultz seed wheat Biughman, red. for sale. Oaly one year removed from the Yearling either sex, John S. Goode, blue Northern seed. and red. Howard A Granberry, mule feeders Mare or gelding any age, Capt. B. F. and traders, of Columbia, Tenn., sold to W. B. Leonard, New Orleans, GS sugar mules Powell, blue; W. B. Cloyd, red. for$ll,390-avera- ge of $107.50. Stallion any age, J. S. Goode, blue; red, Winchester Court. About 300 catBUGGY RING. tle on the market and were mostly sold at Gelding any age, W. M. Rue, blue; J. prices slightly lower than at last court. F. Reiley, Woodford, red. Twenty head of plain 1,000 lb. steers Mare any age, "W. M. Rue, blue and red. brought $32.45. One lot of yearlings con HORSES GENERAL UTILITY. stating of 20 bead, sold at $21 per head; Colt either sex, under two years, J, G. calves from $12 to $1S; 25 head of mules Mclnally, Caey, blue; T. A. Rynietson, on tbe market but no sales. Sun. Casey, red. One of the greatest transfers of cattle Stallion, msre or .elding, 2 years and that has taken place for some time occurover, C. T. Sandige, blac; A. E Hundley, red at Caeyenne on Monday, and U rep;rt red. ed bv Bradsireet' Mercantile Agency. Special by Dr. Ed. Alcorn, best mare or Tbe transferconsisted of 25,000 head of cattle horse colt, either sex, from Caeey or Pu- by D. Sberdy to the 0alalla Cattle Com laski, T. A. Rynierson, blue; W. A. Hafley, pany at $30 a head, amounting to $700,- Casey, red. 000, and were delivered between tbe 17th Special by M. E. Allen, best boy rider 10 and 20 Ih of this month. The cattle were years and under, McKee Rifle, a fine bridle. paid for in cah the day the sale was con- Denver (Col.) Tribune. Double team, speed, syle and durability summated. combined, regardless of sex or color, W. Famous Peerless Traction Engine M. Rje, blue and red. At private eale.SQpcj cent, off Hit, on reasonable! Special by Monroe Walker A Sons and terms. Must and will be aolJ. Quarant eJ good failed u new. J. F. Witherepoon, of Lawrenceburg, slow- could sot Tbe purchaser finding tberotcrops paper. par lor It. Inquire oledl to this est mule in race, J. C. Coulter, blue; J. P. Rlffe, red. .fETf ADTKBTISEKESTh. Yesterday's awards were aa follows: SHORT-nORCATTLE. At tbe urgent wjueit of many friends BjII under 1 year old, Wm. Dodd, blue; P. X.. SIMPSON, J. W. Bibb, red. Bull 1 year old and under 2, J. W. Bibb, hereby aanouncri blraielf a cindldate for tbe from Lincoln county on a Prohibition Platform. blue; Matt Sandidge, red. Bull 3yeir old and over 3, Carpenter A Riffe, blue; Robt. Mitchell, Boyle, red. Cow calf under 1 year old, Adam Carpen The Sutton Home, at Wllllami-burter, blue and red. furnlibed complete, la for tale. We will Cow 1 year old and under 2, Carpenter glte a bargain to any one wanting It. Well s shape. trade. Everything in A Riffe, blue and red. SVTTOX ds TUOItXE. Cow 2 years old and under 3, J. W. Bibb, Wllllauiiburg, Ky. blue and red. Cow 3 years old and over, Adam Carpen-te- r, blue and red. I dnalre to aell my dwelllng.houio In Stanford, SWEErSTAKES. alluatcd on tbe corner of Main Street and Lojan Bull any age, Robt. Mitchell, Boyle. Attnue. blue; Carpenter A Rifle, red. ' onTbe lot fronta 170 frt on Main laBtreet and 500 Logan Arcnue. The houw (nine, newly and lower Cow any age, Adam Carpenter, blue; Car rtpalrrtl and hat elx rucmi and balls. penter A Rifle, red. Outbiilldluga good, an J a good ejection of irult GO And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line Yon May Call For. IN ADDITION TO dltOCERIES AND lBOVI:IONS, UE KEEPS Tin-- , Glass- - and Qxieensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. HOTEL, FOR SAXE vell-know- n fint-claa42-- 6t Canned Goods from the Best Canneries of the Country. g, Desirable Towu Property. For Bargains, There Is No Place Like the Corner of Main and Somerset Sts. day-Lanca- ster THOROUGHBRED HORSES. trees on tbe lot. purchaser. tl-- tf Will cell Stallion any age, I. Shelby Tevis, blue and red. Mare any age, 8. fl. Baughman, bloc and red. CARRIAGE OR COACH TEAM. J. II'. ALCOH, Stanford, Ky. nt a bargain to tbe WHOXsESAIE PRICKS I Administrator's Notice. The helra of Feggy MePheraon, deed., are noti fied to call on rse for their distributive share cl TT. X. D VDJERAIt. her estate. (40 4t) July 17, 1SS3, Adur. or geldings, Wm. Boyle, blue and red. Pair of mare Rie. R-L- ' Horse mule colt, nubble, red, MULIS. Ja. Over 40 Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagons, to be RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES. Harper, blue; , hot-head- Mare mule colt, L. H. Prewitt, Boyle, blue; E. P. Woods, red. Mule 1 year old and under 2, regardless of sex, Smith Biughman, blue; W. P. Irvine, red. Mule 2 years old and over ,Tewney A Son, Boyle, blue; L. W. Hudson, Girrard, red. Pair of mules in harness, regardless of sex or ownership, L. W Hudson, blue and red. HOR3E3 FOR HARNESS rnnr03ES. Suckling colt, either sex, R. H. McDonald, Boyle, blue; J. R. Knox, Boyle, red. Mare, Stallion or gelding, 1 year and under 2, Login Bros. Boyle, blue; Sam Owen?, red. Mare 2 years old, W. H. Robinson, Bjyle, blue; J, F. Riley, Woodford, red. Mate 3 yeirs old, Warren Russell, Boyle, blue; Wm. Rue, red. Mare 1 years old and over, Wm. Rue, blue; U. T. White, red. Stallion or gelding, 2 years old, Wm. Rue, blur; Wyatt Sandige, red. Stallion 3 yeirs old, Wm Rue, blue and red. Stallion 1 yean old and over, Warren Rusetll, Boyle, blue; J. S Gjode, red. CENTRE COTJLOE, Over 40 Farm Wagons and many other Goods DANVILLE, KY. Insti The nexttetslon of this old, tution win open Wednesday, geptemoer .' urer 90S Alumni, Full Faculty and two full courses ol study. Littrary and Scientific. Tuition 40, and contingent les J5 per annum. Fre tuition to sons of ministers and students of limited means. Fur nished rooms rent free, and cheap board in College uome to wormy applicants, society rennea ana moral. No saloons Send for cstalogue. O. BEATTV, LL D , Fres't. (iO 4t) Too Many Goods on Hands; Trado is Dull and They Must So Sold. GEO. D. WE1REX, Mauuliicturers' Agent. WRIT ON 0FJLEGTI0N. 1IOMJ.1Y, AUG. rI, IS So, "The Bourne from which no Traveler Returns Sick." CATECHISMS FOR OLD CHILDREN- Articles, Shjw.case (iooJs, SpHtailes, HUeJl Whole tho oldest man ? Dr. Brown Who !a the wisest man ? Col. Fountain Box Taints, Stationery, Toilet Articles, Books, Slates, Ac , Ac., Ac. Fobbllt. Who Is the luckiest man? Scott M. Jones, (hti Who la tbe handsomest man ? Dr. Ed, Estea. What three couplet are going to marry next wife has triplets.) A Desirable Farm Containing about 100 week? This Is a secret, but Dr. Boutne will tell Who is tho sharpest person? Ilieow who daila with yours truly, till tbe cows come home. you, Acres of Good Land, All vrho ir.ist Who deal with Dr. Bourne,? Nearly all In cultivation, situated on tbe Stanford 91. . IJOUICNE, and Lincas er turnpike read, about 2 miles from good goods and cheap prices. be sold Ky. Well Improved. Wi Lancaster, Who Is Ben 8. Swopo'a aweetheart ? Aik Luclen privately. Any Oio in need ol such a Farm csn AT TIIE NEW DRUG STOHE, get the particulars by calling on J, Potter on the laaley. place or addressing tbe undersigned at (illbjrts What does Dr. Bourne keen? He deein't .Lincoln county, Ky. STANFORD, KY. anything; he kIU all kinds of .Medlrtnee, Fancy '. (J 3 in Agent tor E. II, smith's Uelri. 1 Elections will be held In Lincoln county as Indicated below to fill the vacancies mentioned: In the several voting precincts of tbe county, to nil a vat ancy In the otSce of County J udg, and In Hustonvllle, Turnersvllle, Walnut Flat, Crab Orchard and Waynesburgclvlldlstilcta, respectively 10 n:i a vacincy in tneomen 01 ronsiauie iu eacn of said districts J. X. XIKXEFEE. Sberltl Lincoln County. .', joitx noi.TXcritir, V 1 flUWI TixiXTrixxtirtaov0 DEATH. IStrlnburne's "Jlarino FnlisD." ClIAPTint 17. AN Art lor tnVltm Uu seme of the food people of MsCotIlmonwcltllaslotholecJllrand,;, dlenrv ol catling n Convention to intend 'io tlie number of Couitttutliin null w Etltlod to roto for ItertnttTfs. INTERVIEW WITH LEARNED, WlisiiKAS, Mpctlcnco has pelnled out tho neOF GREENFIELD, MASS. cciiltyolniacndlug the Constitution nnd the ne- tciitty nnd fzj,nt ner ol colling n ConTcntlon or IuU'rcstln Circumstances Connected with that pnrpons therefore tTwH- lit U Utuitttd ty tht atnttol .UstoM V tho Srmllns or the "I.lltlo filniitV' momctatl!tefKenltfl- i-i St. l.ouU Dispatch Itow It Was ftir l That nt the test Oeoersl l.leetien lijW Attnali ,11 Writtiui nt Itst. ltePref nlHtlTM ,to the OMiej-aami other Olll- i U lor Ukiait the tenie cVrl of hii tlon to oPn "f lor illnB a Coarwitloa to nm.ts,l (Cor. New York Tribune J tneCoislltutloti.and msleare urn lotlieSecre. "There wero two or three Incidents with larv of tftite. for the tlio lime ln. of lb nanus which I was connectod tit tho outbreak of of all those cniUle.1 to "te for Ksprestntsllvcs have soted lor calltng such Contention. tho war n chain of clrcumstnncoi which, who thedollrs i " That for any lalhirc to jxirform Act. orery n 1 wiiw to look back over them, wero In tbc Urst Hftlouet this I as matters of public history. 1 preictlVfdother returning offl-s'.iall llal.l no or was in Canada when tho war broke out, mid ahneifslxlnin.lre.1 .loiter, to be reeovrnl by ( oiirt having lind been away from home for three wcoks. inJUtmrntof Hie Uraii.Uiuy luany be sabjsei shall lflia Coming across Siiqieiulou bridge, I hoard jnrUxllctUiu nol oOte. iqoa fiom tho news that tho llag had baan llro.l on at to , rMuofnl It shall be the duty of the (inkers ol 3 Tint Sumter. Thct win the mistake thoso fel- riKtlontoiirojoiinil toowv Toter the utiiesi, lows mado ouo of thotn. I had nlwnys "Do you rote lor cilllnK a I'jnvenllon ur not" In theafflrwstlTc, been n Democrat. Hut I tnld, 'Off goes this And If such voter shall answet ruling forsv.d Coif n his naac Domocratic coat till this thing is tot tied.' vetitton. shall be rtcordfd I got to Now York nnd found n mssago s i ti, ll Amiunrnre hirphr rnmlred to from Stephen A. Doitglns, asking mo tocomo enroll. In a column which wch slull la his to Washington. AascHii'itxieV for that purpose, the ntus or all to vote lor l'ercirtit-tlvc- s "Douglas was sick iu bo I with diphtheria. eltlieos littlnislhc rlcht Hut said iball year !&. for His physician, his wife and n Catholic prlost not enroll the inch column the name Aswori rtrsoa of any In His wifo was n Catholic Sho unltisthfy shall at the time know that he wo it) there. sote for HetirrsentatlTe of ald election; was a beautiful woman, ono of tho most only upon knot beautiful of hor time. As the doctor wont and suchpersonallsdso shall be louwltd Aimimi; or acquaintance ol the nwny hosaid to Dnuglai, 'Now, no talking (lithe (i) hi indent Inforuiatloa oMalnttl bT him director excitement, senator.' Hut ho wo no ly ftom the person tIiow tmtac Is en rolled; or (I) under oath, sooner gono than Douglas nsked mo to stop a satUla'toty statement know the Uelifrom other necessary into tho library, while he droioJ, saying ho creditable rroii who to the qtialltcMJon of"b xotr. Any Aisevor I tried to jwr-uawould join mo column any nwe wttliout inch tttollluslnuld him not to make tho offort, but ho know!lKecr nlurinaU'in. shall b ileewnl guilty asuiu not ! tiaii persisted, and was soon with hie. lie ex- i)fme.eiawiO(ini flD.lln doiUrs orfor flfiy anl twenty niriuoro plained that ho bad been preparing tho draft cteiyname thus than liarroperly tniulled which Sue ot a conimorclal bill tor a union on a busi- mar be rediTered In ant Court hat'n? jurlsd lelloo ness basis of all tbo American countries n and shall be fjr the WDf Si of the common schools, Roternrd In all ei by the ahall n sort ot sollvereiu for the United Stntos, fcal.1 Aisessur force to present Illegal folio. Sel.1 lawsthen In Canada, Cuba, Mexico and Central Amer- column written In a lair, leirlnle wincer, shall be ica. Ho proposed t) havo nu ouVnslvo and rcturnl, with sold Am tor' shook to the Awdlt-o- r, who shall make out a copy of ald eel u inns and dofcnslve commercial alliance, all d!sputo3 ot . deroilt siiuo In tbeolflco 11. .thetctrelary I or stale, . I fwrur.... k&aus- !.. k to left to a commercial tributml lobe it ported iy nim ionic Mr. Douglas said to me: bly. " 'I have desired to road this papsr to i 6. It shall be the duty of oath Amor In somo friend who will criticlo it candidly, olhce for the jest 1M5. Ufo'e he shall bare enterto h!s ed nnd mercilessly if need be. I havo road sev- Judupon the duties ofCourt otH .wakero l.r.ire tho the tud of the County eral papers wrlttou by you on different sub- oath(f Ids solemnly swear lhv I will faithfully jects, and tbo cstimat) I havo formed of tho acclaln tho number of qualified pirsuns to vote 1 character of your mental organization in- for lUrrenUtlvei In the dlittlct wr which hsTe becn eloseu Assessor for tho year 1SJ, an4 l will duced mo to send for you.' rrt'irn-.carelully retort the same In the I" Tbo paper he held wns a volutnlnom one. me as Assessor tt tax by the first day v! Miy, iM. totx-a- -. Ho was reading nnd discussing its points, i C. Said AtteSNta are hereby rcqu're-when a telegraph mesiago was brought in. Iteoncath as to his rlsht to soU wr lrfiresn. whoierliht o lo Touitieh He read it, and Immediately bogau to uo latlte.any Aisestor basanr dout.t wtuuscr; aaJ any one emphatic languago in denunciation ot tho thus eaaiulned who soalUnowlrgly iwear ftlHly telegraph system and tho liberties it permit-to- i asiohiswlJilKht, shall lo liable to all the pains to bo taken with public max He got aad penalties ct tho crime of injury aul eeerr ol each opposite to tbo nngrierns bo proceoled, and it was with Alienor shall writethe word"wern. rauia jtrson thus sworn difficulty that I maimged toget In an Inquiry . 7. be tbc duly of the Secretary ot as to what wns ths matter. Ho rend tho Slate to Itihallthis Act adwttied In one 'WKir base dispatch as follows: newspaper In each county o' the Comwonwemitu the " 'Do you npprove and suitnln Lincoln's forlo.r weeks, neirly or nest prece-llni-t and laoneol the dally papcrsor tbtcliyof war policy! Missouri will not.' thirty data luiniHlMe: P'lor Uu'sTllle !! "I said I W'uld ii' t answer such a dis- tberctf, ardtit every county mid XtrMary in door a ropy to le KtcJ at the Cocirl-lle- u patch, and bo rejoiuol: cauie at least "'Tnlsis tho penalty of being a public of Mid bill, printed In hind I'll fonu, ff before such election man. It Is from the editor ot the leading fauru'nwcutite wiess i 8. The 1'nUle rrlnter Is hereby requiftst te papor in St. Louis. I can not refuio an rum ire hnndreU ciplesi of tfce Foiirih, Fl Jh and nuswer.' Hxthrieeiletsitftnta Ail. and tneo dwlr to "Ho wrote n reply, which he read to in?. thee'e'rHar; of "Ulr, whuaciiiy It siiall I to County Oiki, and to j. win not iiiiempi io repoat It. It was a iracnilt them Jut thi sarli.n i .kil r of anrh Clerks to t4ace tbem of tax lor politician's 'I wouldn't send it,' I nrouiplly la tu I.sqiU f each esmnlie It 1S In their 'esp-etlsnid. Mr. Douglas's face clouded, and he the 1'rlnUr to aballalttlx the duly .l the 1'ub.lc upon a aspraicd hlii.ielt up as he said imperiously: t Use thousand ciplesuf this print " '1 was not aware that I had sent for you erate meet and deliver thein te the ewxiejiry of tu to criticise my telegraphic State who trull fbrw.nl the timeS'tcli the Cauntya numtyrs rojntles In the- Tjrlu "I made the best excu-when bo Clerk for twoewiiof aald driisei verb suddenly turned on mo and demanded to to i.n.TlJert lotstandis'd f l.rkatliallAct the Totlis irMlciit. 1 know why I would not send tbo luting. to tn the rheriil or other officers active l" plt u sirrlrt ta duty ot protected that, having bluu lerod once in thereof, M II shall Act ti-iritbernlLr.-r- t ji.'t o saying 1 would not send it, I did not ar.d jilaeelorrj'ir Wfeks prlir lathe ml el .! l.. pM e to blunder ngnin. Ho said angrily tbnt aiiillir copy at some "thcr S'iIm'.'i- pi. bo would not tend a reply until lhal pteefn't; an.1 aiiy cm er alllns i" " IiimPI to him my opinion. I then iid in h.r. .. jtio dutiM niMirlliixl la tbli Act, si. ill I'f lined for cai'h failure twmtj ilol.-- rs substance: liarlOit (urlsdlcuon " 'Ssnntor, tho entire Democratic party of eiedlnanyCou tshab UV cll, t triim Hs aiaage i. 9 riil Act tho country is waiting to hoar from Stcphon rtpproTei.'itiutry r.'. A. Douglas. Your constituent in Illinois nro routing secure in your ability to moot tho cmorgoncy of tho hour. Iiut If you send & that dltpatch tho heart of overy friend you havo In tho north will sink. It teems to mo Christian College Bttiltling, impojslblo that a man born in Vermont HV. - should vacillato or Lo unsound on this grout lIPKTDNVII.IilS, MiVWIWJ msin i.xs-- tt ymirSSlffhleSnitriorlonnwl HORACE GREELEY. . DOUGLAS' DILEMMA. EX-SE- per-to- find waistcoat. Ills mild hlu? eyes shone through tho glasses No torture in their torturoiu armory So of hU gold rimmed ppoctaele. mil a To inercik"sin iiinuerdoni as tills. nnd on hold men's lids aye waking; chovaux-de-trls- e of w bite hulr protected his mine throat and lump; over his plain black crnvnt What now shall fall but slumbfr.' Yet once fhlrt-collHis nus limp nnd partly connnra. cealed from ight, and he wore n slain gold If God or man would grant me this, which yet, ring on the ltttlo finger of bis loft hand. A tall gentleman alighted from tho wngou Ferihnuce is but n boy's whh, fain I would an sea: with him. Ho vtas John I. Cleveland, at Set tall, and die ntof life for half me. hour, If so much length be breaths ono time compiler of Tho Tribune Almanac, Tho wind that breathes tho loft wavo's breath, and a brother-ln-lnof Mr. Greeley. Mr. nnd reMe Mattoson Rave them n warm welcome. fiss oven in olithe remembrance of tho blast Before sunrise next in 'riling a white horsw That blow my kail to battle, and that sang and a plain sprin; wa;on stoji at tho door. Triumph when conquest lit mo homo like fire-Y- ea, Mr. Grcoloy ate boiled cs uiiJ oui Is in vory victory, coul 1 It ?hlne quaffed f ftoih a boul milk lor Again about m pride. thnn in Hi delight. I hut and tin The freedom, nivl the vovereigntho breakfast. sense of joy, brotUjr-iu-lusaturnine l:tenjl whlshoml-llwo- Given of the sou's pure pre eneo. lurallifo in rapt attention. After brealifait th philosopher and hii conv SIX MILLIONS GONE IN StfOKE. panlou vrtvi driven to thj hike. They were. carrie over a fearful road. In sonu placd No I'liMine Off 111 the No!y of it wns allium as a'.i.'p as the side of a hiuso. tlio I'liurtl:. d boul Ion and deep ruts alterI New York Times.) nated with strlpi of corluruy roadway. Of tho late years tho impression has bem Horace uttered no complaint m he was gaining ground that the a celobra-tio- n joltod and bounce 1 from one side of the of tho Fourth of July was falling into carrlajo to the other. The driver made nn desuetude, and that in tbo not distant apology for tuo rou;hnes of the road, but tho bonlires, flroworks, nnd other Mr. Greeley ccmDare I the trip to his rido ce&eories of the day would bo given up. nc A with Hank Monk, as J droxv a favorable visit to the various manufacturers tends to concluuoiL Tho hun ha floods 1 the lake dispel the delusion that firework on tho with glory, and birds wore twittering In the Fourth nro going out of dato. spruce trees us the party emerged from fcTho fireworks season," said a leading the wood. Old man French quickly doalor, ''begins early in Fobruary, espied the white overcoat. His son Jim was when tho far wost tends in its ordow. Tlio on tho alert, and a also c u factories aro busy with these until early in was rowed across the lake for th( the spring, when tho ttates east of the Mis, reception of the party. Mr. Greeley to,k n sissippi begin to stock up. It is n curious fcc.it In the steru and Cleveland sat dovin at fact that, although tho north, frcm Mains tho bow. Jim French's strong nrms pulls.) to California, lays in n full stock to blow up them to the landing, near tho lodje. Oil on tho Fourth, not n dollar it spsnt by tho man French welcomed thoni to Wllmuri reopls frouth of the Potomac, an 1 Ohio Uke. Mr. Gweley was in no hurry to fish. rivew. They uw thorn only on Christmas He expanded his Iuiirs, and took loi.g day. The demand for nil kinds of goods draughts of mountain mr. He spoke of tiu fell off rapidly for two or throe years aftsr soil, nnd expr.-- . ed great curiudty over tha the centennial, but for Ua last five years it movements of a 'ta who hod ventured tj ba 3tcadily Increasa I, and thl year I think tho brink of tho lake for a drink. All tin willhov n gene-a- l increisj all over tho mornlns he sat upon the steps of tha rtoop country. I don't believe that there was d of the lodge with eyes, listening ever before o many tlrecrackarj oxplodod to U lnglg of the bird? nnd the humming as on the recent Fourth. From all tb data of beos ami InscU. Ho seonud t cnUh the obtainable I should ay that taero were disinspiration of the wotf. and e.vpresisd his tributed over the c wintry .")1,003 feeling in words that onk dejp icta the boxe, worth about WOO.UW. over the big Then his listenor hearts of cracker', which liavo risen rapidly to favor, About 3 o'clock in the afternoon old man havo been more extensively sold than nt French soaked a leader, tie 1 on some fl a, any other time, tho patriot!, 1:1 of nnd rigged out a rod awl rwl fur Mr. men who are t03 old for the oldthe young tuns fireGreeley. The phtlowiphsr cjaMd at it and cracker expending ifelf iu producing the shook his head. The click of the reel unearthly din thesa big crackors make. Of startled him. "Xo, no. Mr. French," he (aid, coui-s- j I judge nt least 500 0J0 n.oro wero "I've no use for that. Givo mo a common b'own into Hnoko and fragments on the rod with plenty of angleworms for a bait F.urtb. ami 1 shall be a boy again.'' Toe norms1 The fireworks manufacture were iiu; and placed in an clJ tin can. A best to discourage tho consumptiondo their of fireacme-rocut in Georgia was Lorrowed from crackers but the younc iieonla iinnoar to .Tim French. Mr. f'retley's oyos sparkled liave renowel the loyalty d to the with anticipation. Tho deiro"of roar was explosives, ani about to be tilled. As he sat in the stern of eemvtohave made but littloour opposition houlway. Tho the scow, arrayed in his shu cont fireworks now mostly in demand are a nnd his hat, with his rod in kind decidodly superior to tbovjmtIyof In Uie air, he made a pictu-- e lit for the tmncll vogue in tho past, nn I o. a great nrtit. A gentls breem ripple J is not by any meansthj demand fc r them confined the surface of the lake, and made music nt cltie, but Oregon mil Montana to the big wnnt jut tho bow of tae scaw. Old man FrencL as go 1 fire goods n we con make. O.' these, rowed the boat to tlie point of a grassy rocket i, Roman candles, nnd the various island, half n mile t) tbo Jf t of tsa lodge, colored fires seem to whew a band bar, flinktJ by deep wator. fancy. There have Leenhave struck popular told this year. I put out into the lake think, fully f.'i.COO.OJO worth of these for The boat was anchored, and old mar. consumption on tho Fourth nlone, so that French laited tho philosopher hook. At the day witnessed the tb weather was warm. Horace drew off Id' iV.OOJ.O).) in smoke as disappjnrance of fully nn evidence of d coat and Ashe! in his shirt Vatriotic feelings of the couutry north tlio of tdoevej. He droppjd his hook in nbiul tte Ohio river. eishtetn feet of watec nnd u waited leiults. "This dooi not include the AVitbin three mlnutei he wm on his feel lapanoso firework, which nro now extenglowing with, excitement. His broad, sively usod for dnylight exhibitions. Every brimmed hat fell olf and bit rod bent like t visitor of n country fair now thinks tho bow with tl.o strucIes of the fish. Hi show lacking if had struck a pound nnd u half trout. Hi off between oach tho committee decs not lot heat of tho races a lot nf inane no euorc to pmy tuo thb, but yank thoie Jinnn Thoir use, ii. ruuoiy over me gunwale or tlio biat. Noi However, is nlmrtat. r)nrfrli-- pnnflnai fn c..l. did ho allow old man Fretlth 10 tUkl ! O.VnSintlS Kilt fo:v n nl,1 t..r. H,- - !.,,. I. tlio trout from tl fools Ha ilHistyl 011 do nn tlm pulnJiroflnw ru.),-l- f f .U,. in. i.l . th-- j ing that blin-cif- . A tliiteu twauty ntudoces.or of i1.1. wnnt.i inafnomnoii nni a.. ussuvfii, i)n:ac. asitrnxl s Hs iwihi l. uuj "n'ti just as t. . iminwi i nanjcoino It "j InnV n' tiiiiu b0U' by "8"tMon.T will buy.- wntcb-gunr- .l lives, And fill men's oars and touts with wester It writ on n pleninnt afternoon lata iu Than song of sweeter seasons yet is grief sprang August, 1S7I, tint Mr. Groelty aws tlrl-eSurely liss bearable than dotth, which to tlio MountAin home. Tin nlr wna rather cornea chilly. He wore his ol.l white overcoat, his As sure as Meop on nil. Wo deem that man Of men mot mUerably tormonted, who, utiad'helhetl nnd bis sott, black fur lint. A plain till: Using fnin to sleep, can flaep not; tyrants I Sure it is That only dioad of death Is vsrieU death And fear of holt blows hollflro e timos hot For souls whoso thought foretastes it; and IN WILMURT LAKE, GOING for all rbnt fear not fato or might lusvltnble, NEW YORK. Seoing nauglit whsivln change broeds not may be changed A Nlghl r Itittillc-ctvm- l fly force of fear or vehemence oren of hop, IttiJiiymBiit (ntolerablo Is there nothing. Seven years Jovrocl ly n Dny iif 1'laentoilnl tluoe Tho lAiuuiiM Kill- 1'Iensure Mino old goal friend ltmrca sho i'd liavo dier, tot' riieinneiiiil Stioeois. He thought, for utter henrtbrt'.'- - nnd ho cir Sliri, HI Hit' l."W Preparctl to Purulsh any kind of Lumbor In the rough. Posts of all kin Is, Shingle cut, ,twM and shaved Alio Agents for the Dativlllo '. Planing Mills. THE GREAT Having op.nod up a luiiilwr ytrd In the rear of V" 'a .i.h . .rtIt ...r 1r .fi..Ji tWsl f, r '' l'. Through Trunk Line Ot123Ntrl Thliliesllb-Kltln l i... .It'Nli: lHt. New York Sun. . bniiiiiipr Ittwirt will le under lay uinna;swenl this seeton, and as It Is entirely ted tied and re(utnlilil, 1 '.an prowlio iuy patrons comfort as well as health. Ikmrtl, fi vt wek, unit. SO rents. 1'ic of double cotliwe, IT per tu week. Will have a couvtyabco at the ir n er ihcti I'inviiKri., i deii J A. Ii. SI'flO.XANOtlK. in ICE! I0E3! I will iIcIitci Ir to IG353! Witlioiit Change and wllh Speed Unrlvalec SHORTEST AND crnawJ lm lo-c- O NE I'.'-- r.g'ilar tieiomctn Stanford and vicinity ttcrv iaor.my at .CENT PER IPO U ND month, or QUICKEST ROUTE innu U'lisviiLETOTiie ua Accounts du at the cloio of each when tuatouier quits. u. SOUTH & WEST POmilAH CARS Ja I.IUk ' U ;. iMiff.'oir. "St. Mary's Saw Mills JJ AMI I.U3llti:U TAIIP. On top of the Knobs, close by More. Without climbs to aiiiviue, )ieuiiiiis, .ik, Moutnouiery AIIaiiI.. R.irAriiiAti. r.vllle, Mobile, and New Urleaui. 1 BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA In I'slaee Ura Wthout Change J. Carter's tlrecery fhlngle- -. I'OOTK A Wltr.IU.V.i:, I'vovvlrtom. SKOHT LINE TO THE EAST b In si re.f - P.lscCrlllioutcbiBfe. ( pre-entr- 1 n rh Tor sll klnis of general lumber bull leriand ethers can not tied a better uu'Ut tu suit themselToa Our motto Is "(iool Material lUuoaaMe Kslcs " PestotSce iKldri, llalla lap. K. . ic, I'omcs on th hr.1!3RAN7SSW rthis road will t lr Vcot special low rales n "Hie thl, C ' "ii ir lot rslrt. routes AUCrU G. P. . t. A. : Louislllr, Ky. 1 1 Ceh-huitln- LUMBER! Half-burie- b-- old-tlm- ri .....- fu-tu- ie I7B 1 Dressed Pine Ploorluj, Oeiling, Weather ORIce-Bo- utb side Mala tit rest, two doers abort tho Myers Hotels Boards, PiuSshing Lumber, Green Pure Nitrous OilJo Gas alulnlitcrid whin rt qutrei). Lumber in tbo Rough, including Lathi and Shinglos. W. U. l'EKKY, fjjSXSiKj l'or the tODTrnlf nee of our customers In Htn runtlMt. fordtnl vicinity w bave arransl with BTANFUIID, K UNTUCK!. It. UVrrrrii to keep on his yards an assortment of our Lumber, w here they can Kt It as cheap as OtSce on lacttler street, rext door to Ir-liiOHe will nine wak eillnutft for from indirect. Joi K.14L any Mils no on ban's, which we will Oil on ibort u.and I to & r. ot3c. Once boure from t to II .. x. AnritbetlcsaJmlnlilereJ whao notice. .ntittVlX A IA VIS, uecessarr blly, Ky Mlui HUUOJilON DJaNTIHT, HTANKOItl. KV. liKE P. UUPFUAN, .. D. K IIH-lyr- .) ir-on- MYERS HOTEL, 01 E. 1 -- MISSISSIPPI The Direct Iteute lo- -r- B. W STANFORD. KY, Propr E. BURNSIDE, High Roputatlon, AND St. Louis & tho West Northwest and Southwest by tbo way of Lswvtag CtattaacMi MTvoitso lie.lle and (lorhiiiinfur iui ii iiMKiion at IImm wtntwith Ike Ught in l:tpr.ii tb Ulili MlM....pi. fjr ft fiiij i This Old and Woll - Known COl'IH VI Mil) or CK.VCIXX ATI. Hotol Still Maintaino ita A Its Proprietor ii Doterrained that lu.i and all loliil. Weal. it Shall bt! docond to no Country 1 fl TJniirn tniT ''"" l"ulavill Hotel in tho Stato in iti Faro, natl tu t , M, t. iu bal'-clor- is.. jc Ar uftd Appointments, or Atten tion to Comfort cf thsir Quecti. urs sulrker loan auy other I'nc tiring our htrtt tlmefor lu.-.! anl brit chblie of iu trains go4n( or Uocm-I- t.i U UM. ti e 1 - fro t he Je Ilaaunae nlU ha con eyed te areeaamodatl oat free of charge, The liar will to Cnraoer'Unraielera. aim; snpill'd wl h the ctioUc.t 'jell ad I r Ii.e Kvln( by way ut Cblrajo I any LliLri n ("Iran. pro-jxs- d tlmo-honore- t.lerun iffilllffli' ICL'ISSIIlC O. & M. Alwsji -- maVaa Fast Timo nnd Snro Con nootionH With all Linos at lllll(.llHliJPi'-- -- broad-brimme- d t. ' Through Conchon nnd Pullman Bloopinp; Cars St. Louis and Intermediate lerrs ! Points Xo FcrriuM XoOmiiiliiiMTnitiM Sositbft. with trains of liu English Classical School I.oillsi:i(i t( Cliit'HK(, CliU'luiuUl to C'lilciiKO, Ctooolln maile in I'nlon sbud-bellle- d .1- -.. Mnolituo, Guns nntl Thoir Towers. ICnltfsl ?er1e Jlapalne Durine the recent trials at Poonn of n N"d difelt gun, serve-- by Ix luen. In- rpsu'.tc, as shown in n four vas far nd vnnced, there was no black Hie ta I, by tlu luti (tilcing an average), unit very fotv musqultoes. Filmy wing. ' wero equal to tin ftrj or seventy msn with ilrngon flies clung to tho lmei of tai rifUjuand S) cent, liotter than tho Iilts Oxherintn, and.thv of bunibb Ian frot.i four mountain guilt. MtlKP tbo d row sy air. It wns, praln bly, tt T1:j iuiportnnco of the uso of' vertical llro liannfest moment nf Hniria'j1lr.. Tl, n,.i,. from such n gun was also shown. iwven trout, weighing over te.i pounds, k Col. llolbjtton describes how, during Uif. thau.mt hour. Under his oxsrtiou; lif; the e trial, a canvas shott 100 by 50 yards mlvt cellar wiltel, and tho knot of his era-vji- t u peggeu uown upon iso slope ot a Vic-ca- n hu I works 1 around to tbo Id j or bit hill, presenting at 1,700 yards tho som-- l iic!r. As the seventh trout flatbed iu thi lance of a ivad, upon which :i small llag I wa- - deposited sunh ne nn iu tho boat, tht wa flying. Ext3iuiorIzjJ meana for find-in- g Ri'oat man lai I down the rod. '"Tuat wil tho olevntlon wero rasorto I to, but nftir Io, John Kioneh," he Kiid. "Not nnothei this had boon onco obtained 2.U lilts resulted flh will I catcli to day. I havo often fished from a discharge of W0 bullets. Surely this before, bat never at ono time did 1 catoi Is most effective practice. Two such guns, onouich tor n meal Half of on 0f then therefore, might hold a portion that would beauUe will malco any man a dinner fit f ji requlro UU nun. j d '. mill-vt?s' fereu-pounJ- nun tut an o worm Ii-seI hii Tao with a ban tip his hat, Annua, read;iUMi In spectacles and bilt. iis bojl: afii.,0. . " It was cloriou fitbine. As the 'obvt irffiffi Uorece (r raied anchor. Horacj douno--; bis coat, and tho boat U' pulled back to tho lodge. Tho seven tiou' wore hung In tho bracl- g air nt an angle ol the btoop, iu plain view of the veteran etl- itor. who had droppol Into nn oasy chair. Ho talked as only he o ml I talk, for hours, whn supper was announced. Trout, crinr nnd savory, wero serve! with steaming notatoei and fies'j v.olll-s- . Horace dovel opod n wonderful nppwtito, mil drnnl goblots of foaming treh milk. Aftei huppsr Lo enwrappjd himself Iu hi whito ovoicoat mid resumed his en: Mil tho porch. The wholn household was gathered uround the philoophor His rocollection again curried hlui back to his boyhood days, and for two hour wet a his beurers ontertninod by their n cital. AtU o'clock Horace yawned, and uskod to bo tbonn to his Led A tillow Jij was lighted, and ho climbed thosUpi Unit mg to tho gal-ra- t Ho was up beforo sunrise, drinking in tha iialmy nir. He flshod no more, however. His admiration of tlio lak3 was unbouuJod. IIo sjioko of organizing a comiiany for its improvement, and sail that if ha should tako the seven trout to the city nnd toll hii friends thut he had caught thoui on n hook and lint, within threj days ho could dispose of thirty sharos of tlio stock nt Jl.ooo per bhare. In tho afternoon he propare I f"r hii departure. As ho entered tho boat lw crafpoU old man Fsnch by tho hand, say Jug:- - John, I suppose that whon tlio lousou finds, liko John of old, you will bo loft uloni in tho Mildernosf. Hut boar this iu mind, God and Johu French will not bo ns iiiuco WILL YOU SUFFER wlthDysj. epsla and LIt-c- r U'HV WIIil. YOUeeugh whtn Bhllo'i's Cum isoinieo uero ns iiornca uroeloy In th livitij Complaint? btilloh's YltalUar is guaranteed to will tilrelmwKlIatt rrlisff I'rlce SOc snl fi. l'or wrlldorne.si of Kow York city," sale l iVuarOi Mc.UIater, cute you. ror sale by leiuy A :;cAllitcr, sliad-bollio cltl-E91 1 king.'1 Mr. French over the situation quite generally with Dju-glaAt ono tlms lie nul lo me, 'Why, no ono can as fully roalizi tho situation Iwro in Khicago Herald. I do, who foa nnd hoar nil sides. Wo may Ween an important division is oxpactod liavo our heads snapped off nt uhj moin tho Ilritlh pailiamant certain members all ment.' Thon hondvl-o- l moon rotuinlng on each side nra charged with tho duty of north to do what I could to hurry on the gatting their respective partlsnns to tho troops to Washington. Diuglns was on ier- chamber. Tbo-meinbais nro called rect goxl ternv with Lincoln They met "whipi." and tho importunco of the uotico almost dally nnd agreed fully in their views ns to what shoull bo done. Hut Douglas served Is Indicntod by tlio number of line told mo thnt ho had tho greatest diillculty omployol in the innlorscorlng nlwuvs bein making tho disloyalty neath the words of tho message. Tho ex- thntoxlitilIucolu uppreeiuto of Columbia. in the District cuses given by tho ubsent Literals upon ton or Ni'io out of tl o residents thoir party's rocent defoat aro bohi mils tbore wow only waiting ordors to roIzj tho H'huJ. Eight say thoy weio 111, four wero officers iff tho government find turn thorn out of tho couutry, one miisod tho traln.and nvor a prisoners to Jeff Davis. When Douglas repre-onte- d this to Lhieolii lha latno leis than four weio on woddiivj tours. ter would not beliovo it; Hut Dond.is sent for ono nnd another of tho I roiiiluont Tho 1'ashloa In Clgius. of the Di'trict, who all tstlilo to tho IN'uw York Biiu.J samo effect until tho pruMmt nv tho real "Ono of tho stylos which is not frequently Is ono thing mnr omht to situation. Tliero dlscussoJ, but which chnnges nearly ns bo fold right here. It was Douglas' dispatch often ns othor stylos," remnrked a cigar to the St. Louis paper thnt cleared all doubt dcaljr in Nassau streot, n monster Union "is tho In Illinois, mid caue style in cigar. At ono tlmo n dark cigar mooting to bo plannod nt Chicago, Thev will havo all tho call, and at nnother tlmo font for Douglas Ho got up from his sick a light ono will bs wanted. Just now n boJ. wont theiM and sjwko, while jot suffering from diphtheria, 'nnd never tecovorod glossy cigar of modium strength is tho most in damand. In fact, a glossy cigar of any from lha effort." g kind Is preferred to a ons. AlI'xrc'oillnqly Ittist. most every city has Its own stylo in cigaw." ireorlo Tionscrlpt. A writer in a Chlcnzo papr uiakei "Ar Governor Itoss is tin teventy-fift- h governor of New Mexico in an uubrokm lino Icniisns" rhyme with "dunces." It certainly Is oxoesdlnzly raw. extending back 2J0 years. To chor.l We worcliltuaai with Arkausaw. "Whips" of tho Parliament. Wednesday "Said ho: 'I am as sound m any man in The Third Anuiia' Session will opeu iBstrBellsw SIUT. IO. ItoSZ. ofCeune if lh wl H this country.1 wind lite Utvilopmeot "And I repliel: 'Yes, ton a tor, but unfor- thorough I'nr circu.au u.n.ini.1 Tiim reaiocabl. HI I'.UfN. JOHN tunately your dispatch Is not.' apply to s II. hl'MOIX. 'Ho prot.stod again, end taking up the l'rluclpai. Silt paper read his with n punctuation and emphasis that were sufficient to givo it the true ring. Hut I toll him plainly that MILliCUSBUlCQ tho telegraph wires would not punctuate, or transmit the tones or emphasize, of bis voico; that the words lie hud written might bo twisted In a good many ways; mai it was oi n lallcs will character. That wns the sentence Thi.twnulsr school lor T0UD8 new auirices. be re opened, under entirely which wo uso to havo in tho old school bo iks as nn oxerciso to e how many diffcrviit 18S5, meanings it could bo given by different I tojk his dispatch and read it with WITH my own emphasis, putting a contrary IIo snid: 'That does coii'triiftiJii on it. C. Popo, of Augiistn, Ga., afl read blanked equivocal ns you read it.' Rov. Pros'.dont, Hu toie it up Hli.l wrote another, which bo ASD reed nloud. I burst out laughing, mid whon lie turnod on me inquiringly, explained that Mrs. S. C. Trueheart as Lady PrinciI was laughing at his ability to writo a secpal, ond dispatch that was worse than the first. Thon ho said, somewhat petulant!;., 'Well, 1 Aided by oneof the raoat Couyeiv.t avl KsperW am ill: my head is perhaps not cloar. Hit cti.ed ultlta In the state. 1'arents may ro.t hn meat thormizh traiutllK Ol thi Ir ..i down hero nnd writ. out what you would send." I sat down nnd wroto theo words; fdaugbteriln all that ertalne U) wai, Mianuns vain. "'IdoprecnU war. Hut If it must come, tin uiflJJ. II f muillHU IU uurluformstion M to coutalnlug Kur ttal.ii I am with my country nnd for my country WW, t auilrta uu lor all circtiimta"jM and In every KKV. C. I'OPK. MlHerrdiurc. Ky Individual itolicy must be sub Or Mils. 6. C. TIIUKHKaRT, Stanfurd, Ky. to the juibhi- - urty.' ordinate "Ho read it carefully, una signo 1 hit name to it, and ont it away. 'Senator,' 1 suggested, 'they may g ui bio thnt dispatch iu l . May I not ssnl it also to New St. York?' 'It is gono from n o now; you cin do nyou ploa o,' bo said. I went to the tolegrnph olllco mid sont a copy i it to Simeon Drnpar. tho old auctioneer, who wns chairman of tho 1'ulon Defcncu committee. It Wrts so late nt nlzht that ho only got it into oii" uapcr, Tho Tribune. DftQvillc, Ky. Office on 4th Sr "This was tho 17th of April, 1S0I. I long enough in Washington to talk question.' IntllimupollH lo Chicago. THROUGH TIME TABLE Via Loulietlle: 11 you are uolsw witU) the undertljued. Her fill awl reliable UfarkMiloti In recsrJ te Land, At., In tlm Wm'uh Sutrs, 4ipi. liuldei and Uwcit ratos lor lickMs ami UouMheU Ooeli te all i4au West call ou or aildms (. If. XIJH)V, Ag't Ohio A flallway, gilnt Wst, Noitkaeal atki Weat te any point, isllon er Hcswt, m. Iuii, ital rMKr Lre, 1Hitarllla Air. Lafayette- " Cbl,-- I 7 ., ....... ...... SMptuf - S M p m Statu 7 I Kin INm " P P 10 p iu r.w..EAHoov. Prse'taad Xew'lifan'.tr, Pan. Azt C rAIUS.Cesitnl laiiMMr Aitol CIr. Innall, Ublo w.nSrT7 tieu'l llstpH Via Clacln.aU.- FE5IALEC0LLEGE SEPTEMBER Otli, y' - I V Ml m Lre. Clnelnni'.l ' Indianaiwlie illS U p ia I id in Arr. ChUaito fally eicept huiiiUy. Dilly. lie sure your lickvia read 1 I " w a m "' KENTUCKY CEHTHIL H. I, tia the t 'JthiC'tinuM HoiUo." ShortonUnd Quickest Boats from Oen tral KentuoKv to nil PomU North, Ea, Wen and Southwest. -- i'. MONON ROUTE, in theNorthvtti Tickets via the Mooon Itvits on la'e at all prln- etpal tlelet odseaf. Per rjloi, wips and lull Iu- feruatlun, aitlreei WM A.,Chkwre . BALDWIN.., t' A. J. O' BULLY, (i. n A., LuuUrllle. R'yl as ll Ii Ibe qnlrkeet. the (L. N. A. A and must direct Una te Chicane ium! pelnti r I'.t Line llelw un . liKXCXGTOX A OIVOI.V.VAT1 Pchelul In Lrlecl May jo, !&" nu. e, HOOTH-KOCH- No. i Li. ri. i Kz Leo, CoTluk't&o. Sun. iu n m 8 Dilly lu pro ir is-.i- Cuucor ofTongue! L Arr. I'arli .. S 12 " Islington lilellBIMMl.... 10 M CiiMU y S:e.sciubliiia: G'raut. thni Gva'I I. re. Tarls Arr. Winchester. Row laud Di E. J. Kickerson, - Physician and Surgeon, IMltf antl No I'Jftiilu Iorlt'.'Jl3Cured. UBod. - Knlfo, Ligaturo or Caustio TretitmeLt Mild. Detention Trom Busiutsr. No Xo Cure Certain and Permanent. Cure, Xo L'ay. Special attention also Given to Chronic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, As well ai all Dlieaice rccullsr to Weiucti. Dr N. can boctniultsd fre Charges mod rate ol tariie ami will bo lound nt his olhce at ull I r the next three mtntbs times Ev periulislon ho refra to Ibe follonlns . Irwlii, tleii'iPii.J. S. Uasley, (I. A. Ucbey, Starfjid. Cy ; Jmlso f. I". Lie, Torn Murphy. V, . M. Hfoonnniorn, aim to lc, I) I". 'lemplK Joliti Ky ; J. A. IloKte. Ilu tcinl'le: M. Sultnti, ,1. b Itoblnon,LDoaster Ky s 'Ibos 11. C. C. Chrlnii.su. Klikavtlle, rv.J,,..B' Wiilktr, Hanlel, Jonnaoii, Ilryantsvllle. Ky.; J Ky (i..f Ilosley, UbiDeii. hy.,Um. Kt.; A. A. SloOlnnlj, Howlln . Huuliei, (irien. Ky Hen. I'ohcii, Judge J UanoUbuig, Ky.iC. C. aliuiuale, .McAfee, By. a" rv. I. right band t l.re. ItktihsoiiJ... a o p m ..."., Ibr nil mi Arr. rUres 3 M p III uniiaed I .as well. I l.;'i.. bowerer. that II LlTlngstiin... 00 a m . ... !' by the list ol mii. only drltfii li.ta tbn -. It broke polash uml iiietcuty.Hixl In Mart'u, out In tue thrust and cdnci'iiirdt'd In what aoiue No. II Ho. 3 Ko. I I Wit plied ol the doctors iicnemilialrl csneer uuder trratiuaut Inr tl.it dUtase. Someelx or country had msat Lsb. LirluKstoa. tbi' but physicians in tbe a no a in .... ,iinriiu llirw under their tharue. amoiiK ibeiu . iierea 10 am .... tliri'Hiiivlallsls Is thtslliic. but ouh after auoiuer Arr. Ulcliitioiid ... II 45 n mi,... would exlinint their skill and diop me, lor I grew Ltc. Iliwliiul . 7 IS a m .... wor. continually. Thu cancer bad eaten t rjiisli " 8 Oi a iu .... cf i.iy and ilesliojliu the lit cbeek, then attaebwl my tonKiic, mouih nnil Atr. Lincnter .... Klclinifial n oj a in .. palale Up. upper the lautt ami under !l l.re. Illrliiiioad t o (w a in 1 VI p m liwerlipi and balfiuy tonpue, eatlm; out to the toonf Arr. Wluobester... . 7 00 m t 26 am my Islt cbtk Iwut and uptu the leu uye. I roui Arr Tarli 8 03 a m 18 am a beany. 'obust womiuof 180 otiiiils f wai 7 21 a ml u 3b p m -Miuoit Ltc. Lexlnjton .. to a wu irsiieot ikln ami Lto Tarli 8 IS ii ii! 8 23 p m 5 WU unable tn turn uiytr If In Mil I could in I eat any Arr. Oivlniilon .. jmi It XI a in C 00 p m 6 5)pni solid lood. but aub'lstel en llijuldr and my tongue wasaofsr Kuoe Icould not taik. The anaulm of MAYA V1I.M' lIIlAM'ir. mlndand the borrlbl sullJilnsof iKidy which I experienced noverean benr. ami tllren up by die, with no hop for recovery upou pbyiltUns t" the part of Irlerds whom around my beiHIdfex. "fiii Ko, aj. Dally pectWuwy moiuent lo be my last lu fact, my Dally Ex. Hun, Ex. t)n. would place bis hands on uie ercry now hiiibatd and then toioe whether I misallroor not, and nt LTo'CoTlniiton..., 2 00 pin ono tliiie all decidfd that llfu was extant and my " Lexington ... 7 5 a in I 85 p m death wsi rcpo ttd all ovei tbe country. " I'arli... 8 20 a til R 23 p w my wretched and helplesi cocdlilon Air Msyirlllft.... "Such was 10 40 n u CO ji iii tlio Bint ol last October (I6SD whin my Irlends roimucnied Klvliig mo wlfl,a Hpcclfic In less TfoTgi Ko. 61 intlng places ttoppiJ nsd Ileal-- 1 than a inonlli the Dally IMIiy ingciinuienctiland the fraiful aperture in my l i:x. bun. Ex. Kun .1...1. i.a i.n.Ti rta.cil And fl mil v knitted together. S 4. a in A pioceisofancwiitdcr llpli pr ureHlii tlpely Lm Msyivlhe 00 p in Iiixl 8 10a ui 813 and tbc Iodkuc, wnicn was auuo i urncujcu, u Arr Lexington pin " 9 10 a m fi lopia belr.Rrccovcrod am it seems mai naiiiro n iu- Cvlngloii plying a new tongue. I cai tak so thsl my iilends II 30a m 0 00 nm can ruadlly undorsiand inoand can est solid lood1 NoKK.-Trn- lns 3 and 4 are dally between again. I am able to walk abaut wlurorer I please Win ,m, V ii.o .ilitnnrioi'nnr. nn nnd have Mined clic.ter Islington and OninBin ,.... ,,,, ,jr w 1 1 bleu rite nrrihr b. lit il t r t he SuiiiIat. iwir. nnmi.u i,f Hci!i. A Train No runs vh lxltiglnn ati'l Pari., Heavenly rather; Is elm tn cwllfa of u iiieril'ully anJ ons rails. cptclllc. l nir. a wonjer ami a niarn'i in cu my am i. nin-n'ifriendr, hundreds or wnoui liavo Known tny hsve vlslud me In my ollllc yet tluni. While 1 am not well, eontt my giotilude l lluntlnglou. Cailesio.,, lent that a rcr-f.devout and 1 m none the ! 8 and 4 run Tirt ',eiri, '.iVLH"''-1"- ". recovery Is now In light. 1 any doubt these hr ttr facts. I would refer thnu lollcn. John 11 naylur, Ki IdTra ns. wI lb Pull,... n heeplng fn.. .eieej Cliielntiatl an, IllchinondIi who Is my neighbor, State necatorot Ibis district, a, aid Wlnrhcitei a., or to any, and Washington, u, C. Dr. T.S. llradlleld, of 1iUraiU", ' iiirouirii klcknta nnd living I., the dollnal Inn ra..l, .l 1.. . Umt .' .L.ti.! tl ft y B. t. U. MOUSE. w. ii i May H. TiMtlse oa bio dinlskla Hold by ulldrugsUw ai.ea.ee mallei Ire Hpmno . i.i Now Ytrk. 17 W IW at. Drawer I, Allautt, Bocnc ten I ha 1 a irrofulou. tore un i.iy bb KSTi' lu;!ieat ttuiiMt, ainl uu-dhealed up and I time tr.uimeut years axo IincMter .... ,11 St 12 30 . a iw 1 40 p amllii .spn 1 . ' puilll yurn o P am iu 2i uw pui II 00 lli. "1 pni' .. 7 .' i 111 . PI i i.: IE iu1 p ru p ir s JQpml s.' i Moani-Dou.N- i set-eii- uf n if ly NouTU-Hou.v- bODTll-IlOllN- 1 ' ' 111 -- 1 j; le. XftSftfS&ffi i