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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885080701 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. &2& sna, 0 VOL. XIV. tmiiwwuiiwuwriTnmrirrrm Stwi-S2IcctIiintcrior fr jl . y,- - & 2 I'-- v J-- B x - - ) - I NO. 4& STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1885. journal nnd JFrtttav MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. DANULLE. BOYLE COUNTY. VubliHlu'il TitCHittivt SiS.OO wilt l3Slt ANNUJl adrsne. II we Into 03.00 will bo Chsraed. to A Full I acultv cf able end rirrl.r.rnl In.frnrinn AKVA.NTAdl.S. CorspiclienalT course a- The Ltxmglon IVamcrint of this morn- study And tliorouii lostructlon. ComideteneM ol hulldlnis nod umiritiu Garrard and Lincoln oounlitn. social lullueiiiei 'lhe community lidistlnpulthcd fur Us iflir.d cultuto and hotpitalltr- - ia L'olleotor Bron9ton bo nppoinlod Mr. ing, Thursday, siya that Lswie Anderson, Touiic ni'-- find liown In tb UEsT fintlles. .Not n v.ilnau In tlm rltt. thUterm. Ilfaltlilnliies of 15. M. Uurdctt, of thi placo, General Storethe Lincoln county ne;io chargwl with nt all malarUl lnlluencM.Location: Illchtnond li at an oletatlon of 1,000 Ittl above the sea nd W. P. WALTON. Mrs, Lou Nicld, ol Altamanl, has been Arcc'sllilllt): KUhmondli thn geo?ra)lilcil renlro of tli Stte, in the heart of tha BL07S-OUAkeeper and Mr. J. P. S in Jifer etomp depu- tempted outragp, has taken rooms at tic region aiid Is wllliln a few hours by rati of LoulMllle, Cincinnati, KnoxTllle and CbatlannniL employed to tench ths school tit this plsct. ty for Lanoaater. Both are npltndid np. jail in that city. iuu'iv-iuiinmiu iu iuiie.- Djuiinm iiuu, itj gait nuu iicairu i.iiiii.i-i- . Mr. nnd Mrt. V, li. MeClarj are nt thin (lesant, coi.iforable home 5112 80fer annum, and In tho best intuitu froiu SI to St par oj aul Tola families CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. wfc. A rumor has been aQoat hero for sevpointmenta and give universal aatUfaotion. uwvBHiijr cmcuwi iur iuu ipu uionius, iromiau 10 riiu. place for u few dyn. Tney arc on tholr For full Information and catalogue, apply to f. ll.JUj.tXTOX, D. I). CUnnceltnr. eral days that Prof Djdlev, late of this Mii Ida Cobb, of M&dion county, i Tno more of the "Judge'ii dear chil Mar to East Tenn. Mis Majrgie Smith, of spending a few day with Miai Katie Wal-de- place, but more rscintly principal of the then tent to the lock up' b, Paint Lick, h visiting Mi Mattie on Loxington aveuus. M; Leiln Colorado State Dzaf Mute Institute, had S'oino of Bibbitl' iawt tnthudaMic at this place. MIm Anniu Graven, been badly hurt by a cyclone and the fritnd upon the clws of the poll, Rather- - of Ujwlaud, is fpcnJing n few dnyn with Marksbury lm gone to Flemingburg, where hi'fic-Hkill- -i. she will be the guel of Mi Lila McDonIf true nnn of ed in tho centre of town rml noon liid a rcUtlvM in thi county. Mim 1511a tho particular re known. ald. bonfire nldszi, nud the Gr- iey has returned to Stanford, A man uaoud Ligure, cl liming to be Garrard comity complete give Tate ( ncvll was kept up for noma time. in The democrat of thin precinct nude a from New York, wis arres-e1,002; Fox, 331; Tat'., majority, Gil. with a lot of For -- Frnnk Fih, of color, arreted br Kol fight. Tho insjantr of 115 for tho Senator Kigney, 1,101; no oppoition female wbo were fighting over him and publican vracbatigcd to 6 majority for Mm!i1 SaudiI.m last Tuesday, churned BflUGGiSTS 810 PHARMACEUTISTS. Heprcentative Andewon, dcm., 1,123 lined Sl.'j, whicn ho paid, saying it wa with a lirruh cf the twice hr cirikim; ' lie ilemocrat. Tns republican Rained in enough. He then asked that the Baker, rep , 5)70; Andenon' majority, 219. Henry Johnson, another ''gr ntleunn of col all the other precinots in the county. Only women he let off a lightly as pmible and V about two third of a full vote wan polled For Constitutional Convention, 1,701. G. or,' orer tho hod with a witch. 1'Uh they were fined smaller nmounts. Jone Salter wa elected constable. D13A.:O.EIlfe x:v taken btfoie K i Uronnuch nnd win in the county. The republican insority in wai At the F.iir yesterday Mr. J. M. Mr. Uriah Simp?on, of thi county, ia fined $'2.50, nhtch wna paid by the defend- the county i 100, makinc a total majority Wines. Willi Paper, IIuhIchI of Woodford. wadi-atifie- d the owner of a d with the IJrtif;, trotting maro Liquor IsooKh, CiKMUicals ant nnd he writ allowed to tlejurt in peaLo fur I.toitcy, republican, in the two coun-ti- e InstriieinenU. award in the Sweepitake Siddla P.ing and .'ls;iirt. Stationery, PaintH, Paultet of 131 which is about ,t00 lew than that promlea to develop iuto t racer of D.ck Xibon, nn inoflenie old negro tho red ribbon from hi hone before tore Oils), .Soupn, Tobiteeos, Cutlery, the republican majority of two year ngo. some reputation. With only a few month when sober, had a lemonade nnd ginger Perfumery, .tlnchia Fire irtus. liii tups, training she cm trot a mile in 2 3S and im- leaving the ring. IU dfdined to hava the cairn titand in town on election day. It i( ribbon replaced and to apolog'zj and was HALLS GAP, LINCOLN COUNTY. i prove at each trial. Her aire Lord Onr JcTrelry, Sllvertraro ami Optical Goods Departmenl is iu Charge oTOeS., reprted that a nwro wench who lately ardeclared forever excluded from the ground Tim?. IUcliards, ulio will Kcpair Watches nud Clocks promptly ami in Ika ller.C. U Green' uieotinj; at iralla Bolingbrolu; dam by Old Foreigner. It of the rive J here from Tcnnewee visited DxkV style. Association. wa thi mare' half iter, by Bolingbroke ntind during the afternoon and proceeded Gap will probably continue until Hundny and out of n Vermont The first nnd tecond days of the Fair mare, that wa sold to help heuelft) lesion idr. When Dick night, After which he will preach nt that by Mr. J. J. Walker for $00, a few day have closed succtsfally. Tbo exhibitions pr 'eited i&irm aush Hes)dire the nUp. place tho rlrt Sunday lu each mjutlh. Ilia eince. We understand Mr. Sirapeon ha re- of articles of ladies' handiwork, fruit', vegpe 1 hi )m, and he -- rubbed hit Knife, jjare eflorts po far have heoa rewarded with ten Flftoon Profossors and Instructors. etables, etc , wa verj fine, as wa also the fused a large price for her. her a punch in th bck, probably harder coi'jona. Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Normal stock sho'vj both day. L'barati, the great At a meeting of the board of direci Mr' N W- rfjolclng over than he Intended. She fell to the ground School, Military Tactics and commercial course of study. cornelist, will he on the grounds ay ll" 'Jvi'nl of ft,lolher blh 'wv, who put in tors of tho Danville, Dix River aud Lan- and and wa carried oli b torn a darkiw who COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. and it i thought that hi caster Turnpike Uoad Company, oa tbo lit were near by. Dm Dxre and Graham hU Pl'arnce Monday niRht. Mr. John day of I Tall Ur i lcji-- s Hcpt. gtll, 1885. CntaloKtic anj ether Information. August, the. following reiolutlonn music will attract many persons. ' M Address JAMEH IC. PATTtttSON, Pll, U LcxIllRtOll, Kciltucfcy. r"fl1'i ' Hull Gap, i quite low with were adopted raade an cxi'minatioa of the wontid which Among the stranger in town thi week and ordered to be spread et they conide:d i) lite nerioui. It i mM typhoid fever. Miw Marietta Hick, of largo on the record of said company and are Hon. Jae. Blackburn, of Frankfort, D. 'Mi Vnntia' r-"Wi-n&Gpiniinc n week with her he hal convuUion during the nijh:, lint Lincnter, i r G. Slaughter, proprietor of Dripping copieentto the KmrwIjA-liKate- , au . -- nu RTOsooata, pjbhj )pinion Mni to bi dividl a to aunt, Mrj. S. L. Ware. fi.l niir .j af A'li'iWy Xeju and Inteiuoii JounsAi,, Springs, W. M. Kinney, of Fayette, Irvine iiua'jer . l'r. uiiA lirtirii-vij-- s The "Halla Gap Minttrel" will give n lUgi.rulll nnasha.Iyb7j wh::her it wa coarnUion or druoken by. Kaley, of Woodford, W. li. Nelson, Selmv cr. .t 11. s , A. U., a.. A. M., niTr I Ikfir KV bij concert an flipper at the nev church with the reque3t to publish them:' Iur catalogue to 11. m. LIUDLKl, 1). 1). elding kdJ ten a the wi onidrably under the In Jlttolitd, lt. That we deeply deplore Ala., h B. Baxter, Marion, J. A. Lyle, it Kowland on Bfiturdar nlieht, Aug. 16, I it.-- ' of the "crttr" whn at -- A.TUourbon, J. M Atkins. Woodford, .Mr the proceed to be appliw! towird defray- - the death of our late President, J. II. we . n Dick Dock wn uicea bufore Jaiie Bruce, who filled that poithn with marked Mullin, Joe A Cohen, An ii:a; tbt exjnw of building that church Resiai!r;i!it kmi;, when bt waItmI an rxamlnatiou ability and uuittrpMd auccem from' the derson and P. P. Johnson, of Fayette. ar ! ka pliced under $a00 bil and upon aud the on that ha junt bean 'oomph ted Le.mo.vs rou Malaria. OrrosiTK Coch-Uous- e They ive on excellent n- - istitayol Hay, JSti., th day ol hi Dr. Crudelli, cf f lure to give the bail ti ordered to at Hall Gap to the 21 h day of Julv, 1SS5, of Borne, give tho following direction tertainment nnd their motto it Silnfacfor DANVILIiK, - - - KENTUCKY, ji.l H.li J one, another roun? j;'0 tton the day of hi death. Hi excellent n.itive preparing a remedy for be r uar.ntod or your tojonj-wil- l malaria which may MralsarpFtTredat all tleman of Africtn ! nt, 'itht by hou'a. Oame alxajk on ability, hi thorough education, sound, de be worth trying, a it is said to have prov hand anl lu Us season, oysters fresh fish, aad simMartini Sunder piti.l in hu fooded. iu liberate juJgmen', honaity, high eente of od efficaciou when on ahorl ilar delicacies Mrred In quiniue ha given co notice. Ijoot out for theall style, and KpsUu-rant- " sign '".Voadblse pud tt on the evening i Cartl of Thnnkt. lrci:oo. Ifei honor, energy, tact a a fiiircier .ml anl call wnn you are hungry. reuei. wi up a jemou, poi am: pulp, in wat promptly lodgeil to i - . . Voter at Lire do county, .illoff m to for the bearing render.! him pculiarly J.'. 15'. JlAHOMlSrjlEK A'T' ., UanTllle, by. nu'h Wben Uken before I'olice Jndge My, when I canaanled to become a caudi-- Gttwl for tho position. He had upon him thin she s, and boil in a pint and a half of it ie ii next 4 awnir b pleadnl gnilty and date I did no from a detp an 1 uttttai prin-- tho burthen of offi: of Saperiatendent watr until linen rednced to :i pint. Straina through a cloth, the i.t let eff with the Incof i'i&, and ciple, not to ttat one cent of money nor one and Treaurer of thi institution during PIANOS, CIEtQA?iS, MUSIC, tie ns of the boiled lemon, and set it aside gl tf r day in jili. of whi.kr in order to influence m fin- - the time be President and acquitted until cold. The entire liquid is , f n the o'd and reliable .John taken fst- We are The election wa one of the iuietet ' k' To;e, nd if auy of my friftod have himself with opal higu honor and sal: ing. the sale of Church Co . of Cincinnati. Ohio, Oriuii, Autoiattic Musical luitruni'nis anl iiai ever iook piace in vrau Ufenr). ;o vioUtod that priuciplo, it w& not with my faction in all. When h took charge of Mudcil y.erchuidise l'i l.'io'n and dirrd diflurbar,c Bucken's Arnica Salve. excpt among the colotcul content or approbation, therefore I am not the inilhiition it w.t in debt about 10,000! Jloutlitij I'lrjincnf.s (ourities Kennuky THE HEiT s.U.VK lu th world (n Cuts, recelTcl until 1 have gone tngU''e, verf little intoiMt takL in any itile (or lueir act. fr I'hr lii't Htuutlttiut when hi xervie were ended by the act of Bruit-- !, win una o & Co, Halion Uros., jorts, UIcjm Silt K'iwjui, Tever Sores, tllft.'Cl'M rare except for repreontative and tb lu thruugli the ciiiTH with h clean record and an all wi ProviJeoce, Decker A m Lierett and New l.nuland I'lnno, that debt wui paid TetU'r. Chini Ha.l), ChllbUIni, Corai nud Iu Organs the tallow-i- f ca' of contabl and iwlice jadce. At a cUtr conaoienoe. To my friend who j oil in full and u small dividend being oaid Skin Ilruptlotu, aoil 1'xltlvelr cur I'llcs, or all either ii rlshtort.iaa'O CI li a Warren, I. ho g makers no 0 e (tning u( the pjlU them v.ere thrtt generoualy aupportad me 1 aaall ever feat to the stockholders, to roai pay rt'iuired. it Uitumntet.Vu s t psrfe:t rat Chi.r. h Al'j. and thesierllun with th la.eat in mou excel- Istaclloti, (himr lirllH Attaehmvittt Muskil In 1 ur l'rlce 16 cents per cindidato for coimalilr, S. M. Car:)ti and profoundly thankful, and to ttinen who lent repair, toll reduced and tbn travelThe (WMf'Mil,au Autmiitlc bor. tor mid.: I'enny d Olc.llMr. ttn.uicut, t e most perfect In the world. II 1! Farrii, democrat, mid "lade Jobu voted agaiiut me, allow me to ar tbtt I ing public Illustrated catalogues seut tree to all whoapp'yi and stockholder nil atirfid. also tho liest relercacai fro.u those who hate republican. Kirly in the action entertain no unkind feeling tovfwd any Very Remarkable Discovery Ilenlial.'JU. That in tho lo8 of J. II. bought and tried nur of tliealore mutt'-aI)r. nieaer,' Ilucklebcrrr CorJInt li tk iUSmtt 1 have been treated licdly ill Bruce thi community hne been deprived of I'dtn nnd Cron tw that "I'nela John - one Adlresi us at itanforil, Ky. Mr. 0o. V. Willing of Maacliester, Michigan, t rprel r r Ilnrrha'B.Irsenterr, t'rninr.CM S. It. .& t J. VttOK. a I bowel a" tl ci, act re irlnr ISO llttli cn ufrettiil tattl a. nj" would have a walk over without one through the county, and have accomplished a true, faithful, upright, gen;rou, liberal writes "itrwlfo bi lin almost lulplws for drains;, upja ths ijitem from ths ,ffts or tsetbwo For lire jtars, w helplew that she ooaM not t urn over of them come cfl And the old time cu- - much more for the caue of prohibition and public spirited citiztn. , ate by nit cJrucsltt. at 50 cents a bottle. In bet cloao S'a uid to battles of Eleitrk Bit. torn of drawing traw wm reported to than I expected to ih, I therefore rMcefal' of Sscet ConJ. S. Komnson, Pre. lor' Tm.'lulli-l- C'liernUfi' Itemed) Croup pnd CJubs. tvtttnd It iu mush Improve 1 that sUo Is now alia will cure Oiush,. nnil Firri wa the lucky man, having pulled ly vubmit to the will of the ptoplc, a to do her own work " K'ectrlc Bitters will do all sumption. Price Si. aud (l a bottle. J. L Ilttvcx, Secy. lonireU straw. Bjth for aale by Ir..M. L B3URNE, RUnfot. thatlicltluieJ for thtui, Hundred! of tettimo- the And Carwu gracefully rendered on Monday lnt nud tr.W I may John Hunt, a colored youth, aged 17 utalikitest tblr great curative owcri. Only withdrew, throwing hi intluerce to Farri. never have oaue to regret having made years, wa nhot and killed last Mondiy little .at Penny A McAlltlct's Although the ombined dlort of tLe two thi canva. Ytur obedient fervant, night by Henry Clay, alo colorod. The l Simmon. I'. Aug. 0, l.S5. youog detii"crt wan put forth to dtfaat Excitement in Texas. killing was done on "Kittle How" and the r, Great on Iteuisnt has lea ciusd In tbo vicinity h wa never headH. tic c d MfSTAItl) A.NTtllOfS. If a particular are r.a follow hAt.T AND It seem that otl'&rls, TeM, by tho reiuartabl dlscoTeryof Te.4 B i rk in hi palaitMt day cuuld not ptron wallow nay polon whaUtoevr, or a colored man who was wanted iu Danville Mr. J. I; Carter, who t a belplet he tould not A) Independent Newspaper bF li li d the light for "Uncle Johnny," fa- froQi having for tome olliioee wa suspected to ba lurk-infallen into convuliioa h turnlr bo.1 or nUe hl hud; verjloly uld he for conttablt in the C. O jirooino', pc!ally Democratic Prmcio'es, but notCon A trial bo'tk of Dr. around In the vicinity ami Clay hud waidMiigofroDtuuip'ion. uvrloalcd tha rtomacb, an insUiitaneoun King's Sew Dltco.ery was nut hiui. I'lnding and the old man cam out an vny winner, IroileJ by any Set 0; Politicians or and very .tlleciivo remedy i a heaping been appointed by Marshal Kion to efleci I y the buUiuuhla large bottle and n lx ol Or. vote of both democrat and rcp.tb tawpoonfnl of oonimon ealt and M much his capture if possible. Several shots were King's Nw Lire I'lllt, and by th time he had Manipulators, Davotod to Collect- -' hcinxof 'JI'.Uo A5. ground mutard, Htirred rapidly in a tea- fired about eleven o'clock and shortly after Ukeu tHolwietof I'IIIh anl two 1911. cs of tbo S. & inganJ Publishing ?ll the News of A. Ciron, tb p:tent acuuibnt .ind cup of water. Iti acarcely down before it warJs Hunt w.a sen lu enter his mo. her' llwonry, Uew wclla'td had (rained In f!h 36 the Day in tho mct interesting. G W. Dcbarde, our popular blacksmith, Trial bottle olthl (ireat Ulscorory for J. OTTEHHEsiVSER, bfgin" to c uie up bringing with it houe. Clay, accompanied by one Jasper Iundi. tlon tree at l'eui.y A Cuuiuui) ile Allstcr i. Shape and with the greatest possiwere on the board for police jud?e. the remaining content if tho jtomucb; Ortrlon, followed him inside acd demand Crab Orchard, Ky. iidrtro to making the race nr.d and ieet theru he any remuairt of poi ed that he come to thou; that he wa under ble Promptness, Accuracy and ImNot a Singie Gray Hair. stated lb 'it it wo ild interfere with hi bi:i partiality; and to the Promotion of on, hu vever email, let the white of an egg, arrest fur shooting hi pistol and must gu "Yuu may laujh aud think ito a T.tln thing," putting bis awect oil Mir, but h; frivndi Democratic Ideas and Policy in the or butter or lard everal npoon with them. Tin Hunt otlered to do if wilies Mrs. J. P. C.oft.m 1'ranclscj, ton filuul GRESIPEUE DDIO n.amebefoto the popb; he made a good fula be awallowed immediately after vom they would just allow him to jo up Blair lu this city, "but I hare sot a gray hair In my affairs of Government, Society and head, and yet (std to say) I am tlfiy ntd a day. race comidcriug tha fact that ho took no iting, because thwe very common article? and get hi coat zt ho wa then in hi shirt Ucently my ba r not only ijutto gray but Industry Only I.lnc via psrt in it but remained naietly in bi bop isQ ft lftrgcr number of tIruen, sleevte They refused to do so and when quite thlu,too. I'arker'i Ualr.Raltaui wade In 7frc, I'll .Mill, JWiMiMr and.did not even quit work bug cnouSh th,n $C 00' My mcdic,nM ,n lhe Bhora.r.Iedt. Hunt Htarted up thu Eteps Clay ordered Ifciv Ycrk, I think did wonders lor ma. Try it DAILY, per Year to vote, Onron wa olec'od by four vote hire 50 cal JournnK Overton to grab him and brin him back, If yourestores occasion. It really does what I ray DAILY, per Month the color also." Not a dre, not Baltimore, Philadelphia and and New SUNDAY, per Year r QO Uev. Sam Jones ie being cruiciaai for which he did. On being released Hunt greasy, highly roifuurd. Only reliable Mcmt Not Wtrth the Price York City, 7 Ott OAILY and SUNDAY per Year luthointareH of HtilroaJ journaliMii, eome of hie rough epeerhca, but rc will again started for hi coat, when Clay dressing.. Willi THtOfUl- l- I Qfr WEEKLY, per Year caught him with hi left hand and tired we regret exceeJiu.'ly that nny paper da forgive him for n great deal of tling if he Cheer Up ! Help is at Hand .Idilrrss. Till: hl'X.Xeir loifc City. voteJ to that intereH cm ctoop eo low n will come to Mt. Sterling nnd exceed in with the other, the ball taking eficct in hi "I am afraid I shall hare to bo taken to tha hos. thj Hi'lrual ll"jUtr, of St. Louis, appear breaking up the "arm clutch," tho, jaethod left breist and ranging downward through plulorto the pour house. I hare been sick so Clay at loti that my mtibaud, good aud patient as ho is. CI h ulcen tha lad ) to have dono in It atUc'c on Gen'l tihat. by which tho walking dudo uppeaia a bav the heart, killing him iustantly. Only Lino via trie ;! of tliat clasa M cn't stand the worry acd expense much longer.'' teuw iicf. ami has pna weak young girl, ntn feems occe surrendered himself to Marshal Eihou No yen wont, dear wife and mother, See ing arrested r Tor, la tuc ainioat unlvcrol.ntuCw. nhat Kldiiimiiil, Old Point Comfort (Ihsela 'I TO IIAV9.' " rOoariDliet col t While the O. & M ni lway continued iU to bo taking her to tl&Juck up. A girl and was lodged in jail. Overton, however, Parker's Tonic will do for you Plenty women ni MlUPHYnROS. Hotel) nuil Xeiriiorl News, CISMBUICtUr. made good hi oicapa aud i still at Urge. badl otl'as jou uro Ito been rescued aluioit from I'aiiS.Ts ncll c.th ndvertisimeat in the St. Louis Hail that will submit to the arm clutch fihsswon tha tin ft WrJon! tirthi tha nul li. an.i no ruk way HvjUter and gave it two annual paosef; that our opinion1 Mt. Sterling Sentinel-Demccra- t. At thecoroucr's inquest Tuesday morning the grave by It. It will build jou up, curing all In connection with Old Uanitnlia 'Jtcimih'pi to BXTjiiCbislcilCs. amontr ths lel!aalJS ill lmcntscf the storench, liver and kldce)s, and it iclnetofthsnillom. the jury leturned a verdict to the effect simple, Clnctnnitl.D that papjr conaldored tho management a pltaunt and sale. A. I.. SMI1". ' ' Ohio. uraabHu. rsb that John Hunt met his death from a pistol good one; now that tha paper doe not pet "What are you going to do whtn you StUVftlruirrtita. "Hough on P.ats" cle.irs out ra-- nud mice. He shot at the hand of Henry Clay, aided and nu.i.uu. . lni annual piuai nnd a cih advertie grow up if you don't know how to Cipher?" nbclted by Jasper Overton. Clay waived "Uoujh on Corns" for Corns and Bunions. I.'c. Anl Merchants and Miners Steamship Line to ment, tha management of the 0. & M suited an Austin pchool teacher; of a Thlu reople, "Wells' Health Kenewer" restores railway U not iio't a greit aucco. ThoBe rather Blow boy. "1 uui goiug q be n an examining trial Wednesday morning health and rigor, cum dyrpcpsla, Ac. VI. bTANl-'OItD- . KY. "Roujh on Toothache" glvas Instant relief. ISc. in interest un Jertand at what a email rott school teacher and make the boyA do all and was remanded back to jail, The colWALTON, - - Proprietor W. P. Ladles who woull retain freshness ind vivacity, ored people arc very indignant and threats Ky., to Thtough Trulns frtia Wlncheitcr. the Iti'jltter could have been undo to sing the ciphering," the impudent reply. Tbo don't fall to try "Wells' Health Ilenewer." the praUea of the O, & M. railway, and next ining mat ooy nau to sign tor wna of lynching are indulged in. Site of Stage, 'J.nJO. KUht complete sets of 8ci-or- y "Iluchu-palba,- " great kidney and urinary cure. KANAWHA PALLS, . heitlr capacity. Including gallery, therefore know what importance to attach a oft cushion on the bench. roaches, acts, bed-h- u ii, rats, lulco cleared Files, Sift Tel WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS Heasonable rates to uood attrantlona. .44r" New Yow: Citv, May 4, 1SS5 out by "Hough on Hats," Uc. t ) it n tit amenta Whoa railroad men ful iK. While in vourCily I purchased n "Hough on Coughs," trothes, ISc; llipild, 25c. And other ramous Virginia Springs nnd Pleasure ly nalizj the alluvion, they will hardly Resorts. Death follow the ueo of chloroform in bottle of ' Famcsa Tcotb Wash," and found For chll Iren, slow In development, puny and contribute to the support ot a sneet wutcti ono caf0 out of everJ C890. lhe UH8 Iluntlu;, lishlnjr. Bathing and all kin Is of redth it so good, that I wish you to 'end me three dtllct use "Wells' Health Reaewer." tor will etoop ho low at to mini mat u muat or !n ono ca,eoiilof evtry 10.512, tm4 that "Itouj on Deutltt" Tooth Powder. Try It. ISc. creationline the tourist, Inr.i'id ur sporttuijtulloun-taibottle by cxpres, "C. O. D." runt through the Alleghany This Kervo.is Weakness, Iyipeiia, Sexual Debility u 0r mtrona oxlile in one out of evej 100, be pvu nnii "pafasd" tn oruer to necur on lhe biuksot beautiful rlTrrs and Your respectfully, cured by " Wells' Health Ittniwer." tl. frlendhip. The Rtupanslon of the liajUter 000. II. W. Ko3E.vn utm, Jr. , of S. Ham Mother 8aut Worm Syrup, lor fe?rtihi.ci, THE HEX SIIOBS. wojU nu h4iieunnlieif; no oiner inior longeit leguiuiiiie wortl in the burger A Co , 32 Ho.vard St. Prepared on worms, constipation; taitcleM. Sic, Tub - Obserr.itlon Carson Day Trains. Ke;uUr tlrit- - is beautiful, all but her skin; ami an can oe comeit would Htjfler by it retirement. The i;,8,h language btlnglng, irrlntloD, all Kidney and Urinary ciass iickois gooa ur dinproportionaubine" ly by Famosa Chemlc&l Co., Loulsvidc. bined wltuout extra espeti'.e. Tor full Inrorma. and nobody has ever toUl 1. by "Iluihu-palba.- " Tl'niJer at the nr.HAnt tlmei deVOtlnL' It empliluuc.ird tioo, rates at Hotels, aiulysls of M dklDalbjirlnst, THAT UACKIM COUUII .an U.,J Q,L1, For sale by M. L. Bourne. Stanford. i..,' , ,, t her how easy it is to put Night sweats, lever, chills, malaria, dyspepsia, Pulliii.iu Meepiuit Cir apiee, Tlclvts, Ao,callun ib Tor., n " ' or cd lress . I'or . nud by Htilloh' Cure. Wo Kuarantoo , , curd by "Wells' Health Ilenewer." beauty on the skin. Beauty, W. II. WHIITLKiLV, ". U. McItOBERTj, and M liOUi (narrow grgej anu ine u. c ac i,y PonnT A MuAlliter. For killing bed bug there is uothing My husband (writes n lady) Is three times the Ticket Ai!?nt, Trar, Passenger Ayt M. railway. Wo will o ale our reputation , Louisville, h,y, on the skin is Magnolia better than the following. Mix together man since using "Wells' Health P.eaewer." 21. stauford, fly. ... .. rvrit titt ur.w,u, mti o, w.NTtii'H, 11. vr. rrSiiiiat, im. niii. t.tft. ir iiiAlKli, qi IMliriiOn J If you arc filling, broken, worn out and n a good gueier th.it nn pae are given Balm. Oen' Pass'r &?i Heu'l Manajier, InJ.,iajj: "Both wyielf ant flfe"orfo (fit Hvo 2 ounces camphor, l ounce spirite ol uso"WelU' llaalth Ittiiewer." SI. "Pointer" to ijhllli' Conumptlon Ouie-- " For e ly l'on' Klebiunnt. VlrclaU. 1 ounce oorrou7e sublimate and by either of theee llue.-L- Th I'revsleaeo of Kiduey complaint in America) I) ( EDU'AItDS, DuillU'pllbA" SJipilcK. COUll3ti'Ur4. t'l, nyA McAllttcr. for July, 1335 one phat of alcohol. Ocu'l Wea'ern Paitcr.jiorjtfnt. Clnclnustl, 0. WHenpald strictly in MJT tlttia. Managed The rntn are alill iianiDg around tlila place. Good mini hum fallen in two to three railw of town on all nlclo. Next Monday will he the fifit day of the Kookcastlu circuit court. Tbo docket ie voiy Unlit Ilia honor, Judtfo Ownloy, will int bo Iodl' In (liap.itoliin the bui-n8ioby Jno, E. Fish. -f. Smiley soils the oheapost and bet coal. The election to vote nn additional tax Oflioe oorner ?.l and Green street. Eugene "Wbeelan was arrested Tuesday to build a public school bjildin? will bo evening nnd placed in jail on a charge of held Monday, Aug. 21th, . The appointment of a stamp deputy at stealing a bridle and haltir from the grothi place will ba a groat convenience to cery of W. B. HolmM. Lancaster. CENTRAL UNIVERSITY- College of Philosophy, Letters and Sciencs, Richmond, NEXT SESSION OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2, 1885. Ky, bd - New-com- n, j M'ROBERTS, le - & STAGG, , rer-eont- Opera House Block, Stanford, Ky, At-ki- n, fincl-yoar-ol- Xcedlt. hat TATE COLLECE of KENTUCKY apn to-d- t Ccn-trx- 1 1 !rn. 1 GEORGETOWW, ,i!'d, Masonlioimer's 1 fi I ! -- C lot re-m- i an f- -r rc-p- jt lil r" o montj-ifluude.- 1 l lnslru-luent- For the ilffl BOWELS- 37-l- LOGS WANTED. wAr-lio- I will pay the highest price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and g tt, Hickory Logs delivered at any station of the K. L. N., K. 0. or 0. R. HD IT w.-- WASHINGTOK, Pullman Oars. I & a :tr:E"W" yore:,, BOSTON. OPKRil HOUSES, Gen-tleme- n: n, ttriul-uatfa- oi Many a Lady 1 mop-or- """ 1 j,.,i e, r.er-vo- Some democratic legislative districts cumference of 800 feet, and triple colonhave eent republicans to the Legislature nade. Oae can almost rebuild it as one but the democrats have gained members in stands upon the very spot, with the eye leaving their overwhelming ma- Tolls Interestingly of his Hoamings already familiar with some of the urand 1885 others, August 7, Sfasford, Ky., jority in the next Assembly about the in Rome, Roman columns, scattered in other places. same as in the last. With the other peak of the same hill occu ALWATH 1'ltAINING Till! I.OHO. eat beat Judge Stone, dem., for the pied by the citadel and the temple of Juno, W. P. "WALTON. Senate in the 10th district by several hun- "PROsrEcr Point," Landohr, N. India, 1 the Crtpj.t!.'-J- e Hill was fit to look down June 20th, 18S5. dred. Wayne elects a republican. Shearer. upon the city of a million and a half, that Tata from the Lexington lranscript will to the Legislature by 53, the first republi-ca- n continued from last issue lay at ita august foot. Then from its slope damper over the spirits of the throw Ojr cab drivers are getting to be n part to look ever chojea to that office in the county. upon tho Mamertino prison, toy, who long to be eet astride of a whis- Denton, republican, is elected in Pulaski. of our yisit to Rome, singular blending the I'orutu, downacross the valley where Roman and ky barrel in the capacity of ginger or Dr. Ed. Nell, a republican, is elected gray past with the wide awake present. For and Sabine met to settle the question 'Geo. Robineoo, the Collector of over Rollin Hurt, dem., in Adair, and is accurate driving and threading crowded whether Romans could help themselves ibis district, lately eent on the names of the first of his party to represent that coun thoroughfares commend me to an Italian ml libitum to Sabino girls without asking ten or fifieen gentlemen to the Sjcretary of ty. Hurt's whipping-po- st platform beat "cabby." I noticed their marvellous skill, leave of their parents or even of the young lie Trettiury to be commiisloned as him. We hope his people will have cause (I can't say "grace," for they hold their women themselves; across to tho Palatine and gathers in this district. Mr. to regret their seneitivene3J about the feel reins very loosely and with apparent awk Hill, where Romulus lived and Rome was Manning replied notifying Gen. Robinson ings of a law breaker. wardness) before Bro. Newbery told me cradled; along tho Sacra Via, with paveworld-widalready has more storekeepers and that he The ment Maj. J. W. Whipp sends us the follow that their reputation is broken, but still in ninny placets show gangers unaligned than will suffices to fill mg under date of August 5:h. J. Boyle particular one beside whom I have sat, for ing what it had been, and n one looked to ibe racancies existing in this district, and Stone, democratic candidate for the Legis- 1 days now is a fine specimen of his profes- recall the familiar passages of Roman histothai until more vacancies occur he can not lature in this and Russell county, was elect sion; very like our "uncle Djd," as wo all ry we all learned at school, it would nuke coiaBii.-mo- n any more such officers in the ed over B. M. Djncan, republican, by about noticed at once, but with a tremendous the moit unimaginative traveler a dreamer difirict. This puts the pie somewhat in ISO or 175 majority. The election passed scar ploughed over his cheek, which I often for once in his life. inspected, wondering how it came there. the dim distance, or at least until the dis- off quietly in this county. Bro. Nswbery next took us to a few tilleries start up, when nearly all the lucky Mulligan defeated John 0. Hodge, As we drove back from the Catacombs and churches where each had eomo wonder that nea cm get in." we were looking at the gate of S. Sebastian, democratic nominee, in Lexington by made it a distinctive place. In the first, Beginning with July 1, 1885, we announce our third majority, the more' the pity. Mulli-ga- n where Garibaldi's cannon had peppered the whose name I forget, we Jti'fi next to impossible to beat it into the aiw a master claims to be a democrat. The election old towers until they looked as if smitten piece of sculpture by Michael Angelo ycarV.bnsiness in Stanford. Our minds of the ignorant and superstitious has been far 'be with small-poso numeious were the the tflort to tccure a constitutional was most disgracefully conducted, and yet ibnt Moses a noble figure, colossal proportions but three men were killed. Boswell, rep., shot holes, I told B;o. Newbry to as our and much conTrnticn is not a trick of the politicians adored by connoiieeure. Next yond our expectations; a gradual increase month he knew anything about it. Then to take away some of their rights and defeated Alberti, dem., in Fayette, by J01. driver if to a Jesuit church, where oyer the altar of month. Wo I found that I had been sitting besido a this opportunity of thanking you for prmlegee, and no amount of argument can one of the side chapels we saw a blocc of NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. hero for 1 days without knowing it. His induce them to vote for calling it. Then gashed cheek reddened with a little flush lapis lazuli tho largest single stone of the your very liberal patronage and assure in our various The cost of the Grant pageant mere are some intelligent people who are kind on earth, It waa wrought Into a of pride as ha answered: "I have three row is figured at 5372,000. afraid that a new constitution might he globe of amazing sizj for a precious tone. branches our motto shall be "The Best Goods for tho Least The loss by fire in the United States medals at home for service with the Gener- And so we r, Adopted which would contain certain had done with Roman churchal at various times; do I know? Ah!" and and Canada during July is estimated at Money." Again thanking you for favors, we hope to see more objectionable than that of the es. he gave a crack of his whip, like the ex present document, and it is safe to assume Then we wound up our visit by a drive The meanest man in the oountry plosion of a rifle shot that his horses inall of old customers and many new ones in the coming tbal it will nerer be changed by the meth- been heard from. He stole a screw from has to a sharp canter. His old set to the beautiful crounds of the Villa soldiers simply the ods now prescribed. where we had the great joy of seeing year. coffin of Gen. Grant. worship his memory. There is none like Kespectmlly, The Louisville Pott wont grow on this Johngee Thompson, of Ohio, has been him to them. And he made them heroes the noble King of Italy, HuaiLert! He was driving his handsome carriage and his toil. Its proprietor has been sending some provided for. He is to be a special agent every one as David's presence transbeautiful Queen Mrrgaret was on the box 20 copies here for a month to have of the Land Office at $3,000 per year. formed the fugitiyes of Adullam into veterbeside bim. He handled the reins as thornearly every one returned to him and yes- May Green, the son of A. ans who knew not what it was to turn their trrday the newsdealer, Mr. A. A. Warren, C. Green, of Richmond, was kictced in the backs. I declare this wondrous magnet- oughly as he does the reins of government, cideudthe shipments to cease. The lima bowels by a yearling colt, from which he ism of courage, that stamps itself on every and as we uncovered and bowed, he gracefully raised his hat in answer to our respectis the great favorite here and the 25 or 30 died. thing it touches and transforms other cnar-acte- rs ful salute, while the Qieen's gentle smile copies rent are gobbled up ae soon as they Brent Hughes, the of son by mere contact; like the philosoappear ou the streets. Our people are the Ben. 8. Hughes, living near Frankfort, pher's stoae turning baser metals into made her still more beautiful. This was quietest in the world to catch on to a good was drowned in the river, while bathing gold; is a stirring thing to contemplate In the first royal pair we had ever been near thing. Monday. our day Garibaldi and Stonewall Jackson enough to give and receive a salutation to raateat railroad epeed on ibn conti stand head and shoulders above their fel- and from and we were in no alight condiCol. E. Polk Johnson, editor of the tion of elation and delight you may be Irafrville Timtt, is announced as a candi- nent has been made on the West Shore lows, in this thrilling power of influence. sure. And just then ours was the only carOjr furthest point outside Raa on the as Clerk of the House railroad, at an average rate of 72 6 miles date for famous Appiaa Way was to the tomb of riage within 50 yards of the King's eqiipat UjprejenUtives. Having served either per hour, All the arrangements are complete and Ciecilia Mslella, four or fire miles bsyond age; so we had royally "all to ourselves," as Chief or Assistant Clerk for two or three in Riverside Park, New York, the Porta S. Sebastian, where our Garibal-dia- n for the moment, and could not doubt that neaaons, he is thoroughly familiar with the the body of Gen. Grant will be consigned driver had becoms known to us. The this noble pair actually answered our own duties, and in every respect fitted to disto the tomb. tomb is a very conspicuous object, on very salute. It .was immensely intoxicacharge them. In fact he is the very beat The Garfield Monument Committee re- quite an eminence, just by the roadside; ting, I assure you. I own it. If you maa lor the possition in the State and we you could keep quite calm and un hopa lie will be elected without opposi- ports that $125,000 have bjen subscribed circular, 65 feet in diameter, and has been think by over 500,000 contributor, in sums rang used as a port in war times, like the tower moved under such circumstances I would tion. ing from 5 cents toS5. of S. Angelo, in the city. The interior is just like you to try it. The tares at Morehead continuea. The Apart from anything like snobbishness A cyclone along the Delaware river filled with rubbish, but we will ever reregular term of the circuit court began killed six persons, and truckling, I am glad to "honor the wounded over a hun member the place, for its banks of lovely Monday and on the grand jury are three dred and dUtroyed a million dollars worth sweet violets, growing in wildest profusion King" of any country; just because royalty of the men lately on trial with Craig Tolli-Tt- r of boats and other property. and loading the air with their delicate fra- is royalty and the bible tells me to do it; DEALEIl IN for murder. The militia had better be The most severe storm of the season grance. We gathered prodigious bunches but I have almost unbounded respect for IXor-81- ! Every guilty man will es- prevailed ordered home. Shorn, 3roccrleM, SikMIch, at Mt. Washington Wednesday. and might have had literally bushels if we this particular, noble King ot Italy, whcii I Ilnrduitrc, cape punishment under such a etate of The average Iron, NuIIh, QiicciiHwure, Hukm Whlpn, velocity of the wind w.ii 73J had wanted them. I was glad for this no- remember how last summer he went to ifliirB. H ii SKI- - WIiccIh, Stove, C'nne.MlllH, IlartiCHN, miles and the rain came down as never be- ble Roman matron's sake, that her tomb Naples and visited the cholera smitten distUrutCM, No1;ch, Gem. FrrzHOon Lee has accepted Gen, fore. Oder ItltllN, I,np Covert, was not wholly given over to hideoas ruin, tricts of that crowded city and refused to Earnest Lander, one of the assistant ItllUH, Hfoticwnrtr Hancock's invitation to be aide on the oc Corn Collar, unrelieved by anything attractive. I think leave until the pet began to abate; setting casion of the ceremonies in connection with superintendents of the branch penitentiary her husband loved her well to raise such a an example of christian courage before the the funeral of Gen Grant. The war seems at Eldyville, was accidently shot and kill- - monument to her memory, and I think she world that few would imitate, however Oliver Chillsd, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plowi, Wooden a.no. Cast lumps, and tho Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roof-inpan- d to be over in earnest, though a number of ed by by John D. L?ater, the Warden of must have deserved his love. I hope she much they might admire it in another. Gutterincr will have prompt attention. radicals would like to keep the wounds camp, And when I remember that the fair and A Texas paper says that ' during the may never lack sweet violets to bloom II'. .Tlcitlllliru. beautiful queen who shares his throne ask open for aye. Salcrimcn John. ltrluht, past aix months ninety-nin- e Jr. gentlemen above her grave. Rsturniug to the city we visited the Tar-peia- n ed to share his peril there, and could only Local ophon, which has been in force have by order of Judge Lynch, unwillingrock and gathered a in Richmond for the last six year?, was de- ly adorned various lamp posts and tree from be restrained from coming to bim in that THE XKW GIIOCEIIY AXtt HAICIMVAICi: HOUSE OF ita rugged top, whence so niaay hapless pestilential atmosphere by his own repeatfeated Monday by 185 majority. The limbs. victims had been hurled, (everything in ed commands '.hat ahe should atay in Rome; of the law claimed that the election Jesse Alexander, of Green Pond, Ala., waa illegal and did not make a strong who had betrayed a young lady of his Rome has a bloodstain on it;) theaca to to then I am glad I oven had the opportunifight, preferring to settle the matter in the neighborhood, was called to his door at the museum, on this sime Capitoline Hill ty of doing homage to the worth of both, Courts. midnight and his body perforated with 30 the smallest; but historically the most im- and would fain have been able (to testify portant of the 7, from which the mistress respect in some more decided way than un Tite New York Sun is making some bullets. Mrs. Anna Montgonery, of Louisville of the world ruled for bo many centuries. covering and saluting with profoundest firong points againBt the constitutionality of tie civil service law and there are anx-ck- who was spending the summer at it farm The guide books bade me discredit the respect this peerless pair noblest among Would kl.Jlymkyoursttettlflntotliehct tht tliej hire Juit rtiirul irota tb clttn with sbit All heads of Europe. ir,li nJ well .clfcte.1 .lock of CUOK C democrats all over the land, who house in Laurel county, was stung by a bee Tarpeian Rock, as uncertainly identified, all the crowned while out gathering flowers in the moun- but I didn't come to Rome to be cheated of honor from all who can appreciate worth wold like to see the Courts declare it so, tains, from which she died. half my enjoyment, in the sifting of moul- - to Humbert i, of Italy and Margsiet his ELECTION ECHOES. The London Times in its eulogy o ay evidences oi mis or tnat. 10 me it was lovelv Queen. In endlew ttrtety, dln(y In (juiltty snd Mtl.foctory In frittt; tbli we guirmtN'. Our alta ifatU U Then we mounted the Pincian Hill t all time to lupplj exery want In our line. Thomas A. Davis, dem., is elected to Gen. Grant renders to bis character the and always will bj the genuine, rugged highest homage. It says that tha action of Jack Katch of the ancient Romans. .fee legislature in Jessamine by 260 mij- No (still one of the famous 7) and known in Gens. Johngjn and Bjckner, in acting ai other spot can ba pointed out as more like- olden times as "Cjllis Hortorum," or "bill Fox only got 10 votes in the city of of gardens," but afterwards bearing the ConiUU othp Standard Brandiot Europe and America. Our large line of Cooking testifies to the end of the civly to be the genuine one. 6iotn tnclndaf Newport, while Tate secured 1,882. Hur- - il strife between the North and South. At the museum we only cared to carry name of "Mons Finciua" from a palace of tbejuitly celotraUd "Great Wcitcrn Ilmm" and taanrolhtr fatnllj farorltta. Our China Qlaa rah for Dittoe. The State of Missippi has taken out a away what we could conveniently retain in the Pincii, situated here in the latter peri- and Queemwaro itock comliU In part of Table, Tea and Chamber Seta complete, aiatawar richly cut andetehed. In tha war of Breadituffa we name Buckwheat Flour, the queen ol all trlbta. Our celeBobbitt bobs up in Lincoln for Leg-Jtio- r. mandamus against Controller Durham to after years; and that we did in the "Dying od of the Empire. Here were the famous brated I'atent -- U. II." Flour, urlialled for cake and paitrjr, while Klce and Hominy, our own ratrl-oti- c He will be the Legislative clown, force him to issue a warrant in favor of the Gladiator" and the "Marble Fain." We gardens of Lucullus which afforded a place product!, arrayed n faithful adjunct. All thedellcacleitn Foreign and Domealic ConfecUou if true to his reputation. 8tate for $5,300 on account of land sold by 'saw the rest without an attempt at any for voluptuous orgies, with some, or a qui- are here. Tin, Stone, Wooden and Wlllowware, Electric f Craddock. Stationery. Canned Meat and Frulte complete line of Ctgara and Tobaccot. Well, tnlili only a hint of what we bare. and a UllTln Tate's majority is fully 40.000. Fox and the government and which he refuses to is- thing but the present enjoymant of them. et retreat for innocent enjoyment for others, that we can make It to your lntcreit, we confidently aik an examination of our soodi and your patron-K- furnish a delightful drive for sue because the State is indebted to the And that waa exquisite as it always is and ay us third party did not materializs extenltetpectlully, TAM.OH ItnoTliKK sively. He got about the usual republican government. where one is not haunted with the thought modern pleasure seekers. Here the ItalYou can hardly overkill a drunken of forgetting and loosing. And this is my ians receive and pay viiita in their carveto. The Constitutional Connention is man. Henry Vandefeight, an old bloat. advice to any one traveling. Settle it be riages, and a military band plays two Tnere will never be a change jumped from the bridge at Nashville, a die- - fore hand what part of the vision of enjoy- hours before sunset daily, attracting large m the antiquated document unless it is tance of 110 feet, Tuesday intending to ment you purpose to make part of all after crowds of all classes. JsDeby revolutionary means. And here, listening to such enrapturing commit suicide He was taken from the life, and that "mark, learn and 'inwardly Judge Mann is elected in Nicholas and river and found to be only slightly injur- digest" until it is thoroughly assimilated. mnalc as only Italians can execute, with a Robertson by 200 majority over a republi--'co- n ed. golden sunset behind St. Peters' great dome, Those republican papers which have The rest, sip at, as strictly for the transient enshrining it in mellow glory, indescriba DKitsaa ut- for representative. Local option was present. 1 think most travelers get so the exceeding bad taste to make a hullaba carried in Carlisle and at the Blue Licks. Druys, Books, Stationery and hopelessly ''lumbered up" by the attempt ble; Roma lying at our feet; tha soft, evenChas.Offuttin Bourbon and W. C. loo over the objection offered by a member to stow nearly everything in the store-bous- e ing air playing am ing the rustling leaves Fancy Articles. of the Georgia Legislature to a Grant resOtrsaain Scott both made their calling of memory, that they end by forget- of trees, and wafting odors from the perolution of sympathy do no have the grace tad elections sure. They have both been Fbyaici an' pnMriptloni accurately compounded. ting nearly everything, or only remem bet- fectly kept flower beds of the Pincian gar'jMMlam and will likely lock horns for the to explain that he is not a Georgian, but a ing dens, we dreamed ai the sun went down, in a jumble of confusion. carpet bagger from Wisconsin. position this time. On the Capitoline Hill I don't think I and forgot all the unpleasant things of Commenting on the frequent miscarOld Phil. Thompson, as he is known can forget the noble bronze statue of Mar- Rome, its squalor, its religious ignorance u distinguish him from his son, will be one riage of justice in criminal cases, the Bati-mor- e cus Aurelius in the centre of Capitol and bigotry; its bloody past and degraded The Largest Stock of Watches, Olooks, Sun says: "Out of 3,377 murders f the longest hsaded msa in the next Square, nor the grand groups of stat- present; and for a few brief moments floatJewelry ond Silverware Legislature. Mercer give him the place perpetrated during the year 1884 the total ed in an atmosphere of heavenly enjoynumber of murderers executed was but 313, uary that seemed to guard the entrance bought to thti market Prices Lower than Erer without opposition. the Lowest. Watche. Clock, and Jewelry at the head of the superb flight of steps ment, hearing nothiog but sweetest music, Mayor Reed will be plowed with the nu oi id is number 210 met their death by leading on ihort notice and Warranted. seeing nothing but the glory of that un up to it. Castor tnJ Pollup are lynch law and only 103 by legal process." rtinrus from Lincoln, where Fontaine Fox rivaled sunset. reigning in fiery steeds and loose nothing Kobbitt is elected to the Legislature in Then we strolled down the noble terrace, The next Kentucky Legislature will not of the impressiveoess of ihair colossal proto the better class of citizjns be able to withstand the pressure by which the hill top is reached; and as we Mffc) that will portions, when we know tbtt they once -- Louisrille Commercial. be brought to bear upon it to reestablUh adorned the theatre of Pompey. The pair passed the spirited Equestrian Statue of The vote of Boyle connty i as follows, tte whipping post. The sentiment in favor of csged living wolves to the left, kept in Victor Emanuel, stood for a moment with rbr Treasurer -- Tate (dem.) 870, Fox (pro- - of this kind of punishment for a certain reminiscence of the story of Rimulus and uncovered beads In honor of another noble king, whom it was a pleasure to do homage ibitiooist) 151; Rigney, (dem ) for State class of criminals is growing daily, not on- - Remus is a thing that fastens itself on mem- to. I am clad the last thine I did in the Btor, 914; Msy (dem.) 931; Nichols ly in nentucky, but in other states. There ory without an effort. But the enchant- city of the Caesar, and the capital of AND once (dexa.) for Circuit Clerk, 949 must be something done to stop petty ment is not in the few thtnjs of comparamore united Italy, was to take off my hat ITiii-iiitin-- e The League candidates in Louisville thieving and wife beating. Nothing in tively little interest one sees now on Capi- to Victor Emanuel, the "noblest Roman ! of them all," excepting only bis worthy :ot beaten everyone of them. The city our opinion, will do this so effeotually as a toline Hill, but to stand upon the yery eon, A Full and complete UHMortmem of Ftirnliiiro. ..,...,. 'til be represented to the Legislature by lew applications of the lash. Men who nre spot once occupied by the great Temple of We paid a very moderate hotel bill 10 errUiing from the CIicnncNi ia iUn .1'IIIL'MI I'liriOl-- k,...7" rr John M; Lstterle, Poll. Garnett, Jr., Jacob guilty of such practices cire little for fine and left for iwioil 4r a Jupiter the most sacred shrine of ancient francs each per diem (52) . ""IllB, J.W (n ll.n l..w HI. .. ,unuo yo,lr loertz, R. A. Jones, Joseph B Rnd, Mike or a fa weskN imprisonment ;.e no matter But let Rome built by Tarquinius Superbus, the Naples by the 11 o'clock train that night. .7 you lo No party of tourists, I aver, eyer got ulmt quantity or quality colt and W. L. Jackson. Jr. Tate b;al thea bj tied up and whipped until too last of the Kings, and consecrate! in B. C. iriuii, an can and will (luiillcai 1 days than oum more of Rome PmI'o any prices yon can obtain olHowhcre, freiBht ie wiley Fox 2715 in Lonisyllle, the lat-4i- 's weik to staid up and they will never be 509 -- the first year of the "Great Republic" the LORD for in delicious the viit. Only a full assortment o! Coffins, Cases, Shrouds IoinK added AIm home. Billett, dem, defeated old cullty of tha practice aain and Holies Owenaboro of those days. What a gorgeous monu- He could have made it an unminglrd joy lug all the New Styles, both cheap and expensive, Messenger. Dm J Merrinetber in Jeffeason. roow ment it must have bean with its great cir continued next issue. opposite St. AbiiiiIi Hotel, Stanford, Ky. Stmi-SBee- U! Interiorlonrral GEO. 0. BARNES. store-sleepe- r: store-beepe- To Our Friends & Patrons: trade x, after take that lea-tnrt- 0. Bor-ghes- e, i irr BRIGHT & CURRAM.5 H w. H. HIGGINS, Midler, wall-flow- TAYLOR BROS: FAMILY GROCERIES m OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY to-d- beat--njigai- a. PHARMACISTS, -- JEWELERS. (w) I JO Jar UNDERTAKER, Xealei- in r Iiwe, Wr ombrT WSUlTr I ' jmi-cchln$ntcri- or ouma August 7, 1885 Stanford, Ky., t.d " N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ... Mall train going North ' Bouth Harre strait)" Houlh ... ........ 1380 Norb The joto la calculated on (tin dard time, time li About 20 mlmilos faster LOCAL NOTICES. -C- !?( 3 05 A. M, l to r. m. l s: a.m. Bolar r. w. lCY. School Jbots at Ibume'e. Macuink XeeJlea at Bourne'. Buy your school booki from Penny & Watches and Jewelry repaired on phort notice and warranted by 1'enny ft .McAlis ter. Buy the Haaa Hog lletattly, the orici nal and only genuine, from Penny ftMcAl stock of jewelry, latest ityle. Kockforu watches a apecialty. fenny ft McAIUter. Faumeih, Ilr.AH Tim. C!o to Dr. M. L. Bourne'a drtic atore and et one package of fam A. Clark' Hoa Heuicdy. If you are not MtiaHed after limine it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL. later. A coMrLim: McAlUtcr. Jam fa T. Chaio, of Lebanon U here. Mil. J. H. IIkkiins went to Lexington yesterday. MisawJEJJ.siEANDDovir.CAiirnsTEii are Tieitins: in DintiHe. Miss Kate I'nruvj, of Madison, la via. iting Mint Lula McKinney. Misa Hattie Powens haa gone to Ironton, Ohio, to tisit heraiiter. The family of Siniford Erwln have bare been staying at Hale' Well. Otorjo Dunn played an excellent gsme. fined Jim Oragg and George Daugherty, Hume's pitching li Imtutnie; tho tatters will aw the air. charged with relisting the ofli:ers on elecKelson and White are hard to beat. tion day and attempting to take Sam Uolilnton and Penny heaJ the batting Hit with from them, S50 eich, tho full exGragg . Two and five base hits. tent of the town law for the offense. They T. P. Hill, Jr., George McAllster and John M. were unable to pay or replovy and will Craig went orcr to witness the gamo. consequently spend 50 days on the rock RELIGIOUS. pile. Sam Gragg was charged with carrydrawing it on Eld. John S. Sweeney will begin a Miscs Minnie and Mattie Dinwiu. ing a concealed weapon and ane;roniin. He was brought out for tri- meeting at the Christain church here next die are vialting Mr. Lou Dunn. was almost stupified by having Monday night. Mn. Jos. Jones has gone to hia houie al, when he Rev. F. S Pollitt wriles from Mays-villa warrant read to him charging him with at Mt. Sterling to day a few weeke. that he will not preach here next Sunstealing the pistol he had drawn and other Mn Wm. If. Oiiaves. of Cinton, Mo., articles to the value of $15 from a man day and adds that a prayer and testimony a with hia couiin, George II. Bruce. Mason. As this was a graver of- meeting will be held at the Methodist Mn. and Miw. T. R. Walton have naimd fense the Judge gave it precedence and set church, to be conducted by Mr. II. J. Darst, returned from their Old Point excursion. tho extmining trial for Siturday, but at 4 r. M. Miis Lottie Holmes haa been oter to Dr. Joseph R. Wilson, stated clerk, decided that it was a bouie there, deal- Gragg subsequently MilierKburg to rent bent to waive no examination and he waa haa completed his table ahowlngthe statising to be with her daughter who will aitend returned to jiil, unable to execute a bail tics of Southern Presbyterians. There aie the College. to bo no doubt about 13 Synods, 09 Presbyteries, 1,072 ministers-- , The Mammoth Cue party growa daily bond. There teems members. of the pistol as the owner fully 2,159 churches, and 135,201 and if all go who have agrceJ to, there the theft identified it, even to the peculiar character The gifts for foreign missions amounted to will ba 25 or more. Thy Irate on the education, of a apring it contained. Betide the one JG0.4S2; sustenation, $17,457; 2.30 A M, train Friday 11 so foully murdered near McKinney, the S3S.435; evangelistic, $37,490; pastors' salCol. D. Q. Slavouteh waa here Wed paid to have killed another ne- aries, $503,520. Total, $1,347,703. ntfcday arranging for more adTerliiing. Graggs are When Rev. George O.Barnes was setgro in Kansas and one at least of them, to He tells u that the eeaaon at Dripping have aerveJ a term in the penitentiary ting tho mountains of Kentucky on fire Spring haa been a moat profitable one to from Pulaski in which county they arc with hia fervid eloquence, his shibboleth was him and that everybody who has tiaited "Praise the Lord." We observe from his now wanted for some crime. there haa been greatly pleased and benefit letters to the Stanford Interior Journal ed. There are now some fifty gueata there WniLERepresentative-elec- t Fontaine Fox that sinco going to India he has abbreviated and the aeaon will likely laat till late in Bobbitt waa in town Tuesday, we took this to "P. T L " an indication of idlcnejs September. to interview him as to hia politics which recalls the lazr fellow who wrote his and accordingly asked: prayers upon a slip of psper, which he pastLOCAL HATTERS. "Mr Ibbbltt, it ia charged that a con- ed upon the foot of his bed. Jumping betoday at S. P. MyetV. Biieiu siderable similarity exists between you and tween the sheets, he exclaimed, "Lord, the Irishman',) tlsa, in that it is almost as them' my sentiments," and comosed himIJiuts KeltlcA at T. H. Walton'. hard to place you as it is to find that nim- self to sleep. Louisville Times. Ht'tuiw and Cotlees at bottom figure. ble insect, after you catch him. What I We men it. Warren ft Melcalf. want to know is, have you anv politics to LAND. STOCK AND CROP Hunk apeak of and if so what is the nature of the Et.L EN shares of Firat National T.J. Foster fold to a Cincinnati party eaunr' stock for sale. Apply to J. S. Hooker, gesture and in his 59 hoz, averaging 235 lbs., at $1 35. With characteristic Prea. Four cabbages raised in Polk county, unusually ready manner, he replied: TilEroadbedof the L ft N. is being "I answer ynu as I answered on a lorm-e- r Ga., aggregAte sixty four and a half pounds. Smith A Anderson, Dinville, Ky., occasion when speaking at Highland, put in fine condition and the trains psss where they are nearly all republicans, have a superior article of Fullz seed wheat as smooth as a top. over it being asked that question by an enemy In for sale. Only one year removed from tho to2-ba;j;trse Brunt -- Tiro huudred nnd fifty tborra Base Ball, Etinford has organized a for nale by club composed ru follows: W. M. Hume, and, hard nnd " Henry liaugbman. p , George Nelson, c, Bob Gentry, f. b., li... The night tho mob went to Danville to William White, s. b II. J. McRoberts, t. hang Anderaon tho jailer had heard of ita b., George Dunn, s. b., Jim Gentry, 1. f., W. coming and quietly removed hia prisoner to B. Penny, c. f,, John Ribison, r. f. II. J, and it waa to McRoberts is Captain and Tuesday they a room in tbe Court-house- , disarm ita nuspicion that he ao politety went to Nicholaivllie to play tho Nine showed the men through the Jail. The noxt there, They had never played together day the nero w h taken to the Harroda before and no one was surprised when it burg jiii and then to Lexington, where he was learned by telegraph that they had been beaten in the first game 15 to 5. now la. First Uauk. TnEcowardlineaa of mobs in general and 1 2 3 4 6 6 7 8 aT. Innings their inclination to commit any kind of 8tan font 4 0 0 -5 lawlessness when ostensibly trying to aid NIcholasYillc 15 13 0 0 2 3 15 Earned Ituna Nlchotasrllle 1. the law, was illustrated Saturday night by Home ltuns Macon. a number of the fellows who went to Dan o lllti-O- ne. ville to bang the negro Anderson, stopping aon V, M;cr 2. riwd Addle King and Kenley Trlbble, a couple Wilt ritchca Hume 2. 3; Nlc.hol.mlHe 2, I'lnt Jin on of boye, who were driving along tho pike. orJ 2; Nlcholajvllle They curbed King, whom they claimed to i. Tint Due on Struck out M j(r 10; Hume 7. after for a long time and attempt have been me Ititter l;Mytr 2. ed to take him from the buggy with the Second (Iamk. avowed intention of tying him to the fence. -T. Innlnjl 12 He eucceeded however in gotting away Stanford 0 0 0 2 10 110-- 5 22 2 0 10 0 0 8 7 from them and reached home by a round-abo- u NIcholaiTlllf Karncl 2. way. This is a beautiful way for Two Ilaio Hits Stanwood, Maoon naJ Kobltumi. the avengers of crime to act and shows 7; Kelson 4. l'aucd Ualli-M- ycr that no good citizen should ever encourage Wild 1'ltcliN Huuio 1. KlratRateon Balls-- 1. a mob spirit. Oftener than otherwise there yer HtrucU 7; Hume S. are men in mobs who more deserve death erJ; Hatter Hume 1. they start out to kill. than the one H. J. MclloUtti dcserTes a chrome fur stopping Tnr.M. Judge Carson a iitlft grounder with his left band. PtrrciNo well-burne-- Institute promptly on Tuegday mornlog (11th Inst.) Teacher, trustees and parents will please take notice pains to circulate this RO CH CASTLE SPRINGS, A friend writing from there under date of Aug. 5th says: Rock Castln is boominp; 19 arrivals this evening; 03 this week. Every room in the hotel occupied, but plenty of room for more. Everybody healthy and supremely happy. More and prettier women and galant getlemen than 00001 0- any other resort in Kentucky. Better living, lefs grumbling and mere enjoyment than any resort on the continent. Tho Fuegianssre the lowest human beings In the scale of existence. Their language contains no word for any number above three; they are unable to distinguish one color from another; they have no religion and no funeral rites, and they pot-boneither chief nor slaves Their only SKND VCK A taTAr.bul'K OK J'.KiEjiK.vcEj weapons are bane pointed epeirs, and, ts rifer ly jeti.Uaon to tho following ifentleraen His Exc. einy, J. Protjfor they grow neither fruiti nor vegetatbles Kcott. iioreruor ol Kentucky KV.; Female College, Uen'l Fujette Hewett, State Anlitnr. Franklbrt. and their country is naturally barren, they KyjCol.lt. D. Allen. supt.Ky. Military IoilU are obliged to live entirely on animal food. lute and President Ky Tsacnera .IssocliUioo. LANCASTER, KY. Fann.lale, Kv.; Col. J. . fete. Mnte Treasurer. Even these savages possess, however, some Frankfort, Ky.; Frot. J Desha Pickett, 8upt. ol Larger Corps o Instructors than anv Female Col , uu,,u iiKiiucimn i nriiiucKy, r raneiori, Jsy.; social virtues. They are not cannibali; UullJIngt new nnd WaUburn, Louurlllt, Ky.; Oj IeIn tbeBtate. ed. Tenia retonnlile.uppolnt- - (Jot. Luke McCreary menSs uneiejl Jatnea H. Next they ill treat neither woman nor the old, Richmond, ITy ; Oen'l 31 session commences A must 3it, liif. KIijk While, PI . Kliitl Ark.! Rer. P.. H. K"m. and they are monogamous. For farther inlormatl'in, address naugb, State Chap.alii, Frankfort, Ky. JlOItltlj EVANfc, I) D., Fns't. Was Willing td Go. -- "I do not regret our teparation, dear brethren," said a Vit-giclergyman in hia farewell eermon, "for three good and valid reason?. The firjt ia that you don't love me; the second, CHEdE-A-I- P that you don't hve one another, and the third that God does not love you. You don't love me -- my alary is several montbs in arrean; you don't love one another or there would be no such dearth of marriages among you, and God does not eeem to love you as you ought to be loved, because there -have been so few funerals among you lateDEALnitllN.. ly." He was not pressed to remain. Rochester Democrat. ss V Two-liai- Halls-Nel- lIilU-Htsaf- onl Krrori-SUnf- Hit-Hu- 35078 9- Garrard 0-- Out-M- Hlt-My- it to iii nia THE GPOCER. T. R. WALTON, Five days after a yoang queen bee batcbts from the tell she files out of the hive, dur-in- g the sunny, WArm part of the day to meet the drone the male. Copulation takes place in the air on the wing. Having met the drone she returnes to her hive, a fertile queen. Two days after she has met hsdrAHshs miy bjjin to lay; bu often she does not begin to lay until several days later. The beautiful paradise fish, which has been so ardently desired might be generally acclimatized to this country, is said to be as destructive to other fish as the English sparrow is to other birds. The New postoffice building in Niw York coat nearly $7,000,000. It is the fin est building devoted to the purpose on the continent. Famous Peerless Traction Engine At rrltale sale, 20 tier rent, orl I'm. on reasonable terms. Must and will ba sold. Guarantied cood sinew. The rurrhaser flnJIng the crops failed could not pay forlt. Inquire XKT And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. IN ADDITION TO GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, HE KEEP3 rr Tin-- , Glass- - ADVEUriSKUt.lTN. TO BUILDERS! All parties wanting brick orttono work of any kind done will find it to their advantage to communicate with c. If. JtoitXF, Halls Gap, Ky. 44-l- and Queensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- . Tno3E persons knowing themelveH to me will please come forward and settle at once as I need the money. II. C. Rupley. Watek along the Knoxvllle Branch is so scarce that passenger trains have to carry two tenders and freights a car with two huge tanks on them. Bniam A ConiiAN cut looee on coal Any coal in the association delivered in town by the car at 10c or 9c on the track. The beat Jellico coal at lie delivered, 10c on track. We now receive the Louisville and Cincinnati mail that is deposited in the offices there before 8 o'clock r. M., by the night express and it is ready for delivery here at 7:30 next morning. The night null for thoe and points hyond la made unhraat7r M The arrangement mtm of mall and U one day in th a great btcifhto the bmlness men as well as others The right kind of a man is Deputy Collector CM Randall, of London. He his resignation to Collector Bronston a aoon as the latter took charge of the office, subject to his approval and Is ready any time to give away to a democrat. He aaya there are a number of men in the district as capable as he of performing the duties of the office and he believes that democrats ought to ba given a chance. Mr-osino ten-dere- d - the audience, who thought that I was afraid to answer, or that my answer would ruin me In a radical precinct. I said, 'Now sir, you think you have asked me a I question that I am afraid to answer am a democrat, air, from the crown of my head to the sole of my feel, from the centre of my system to the circumference of the same, in all my length and breadth, bight and depth, width and thicknei?, extent and dimensions, msgnitude and proderosi-ty- . lam a democrat living, lam a democrat dying, and when dead an unearthly supulchril voice from the obliyious tomb will cry out, here liea Bobbitt, the embodiment of democracy 1' and the audience sent up a shout that shook the leaves of the forest," and he smote the smile of a man who seemed supremely satisfied with himself. ! Northern seed. J. J. Wood sold to the highest bidder on the street yesterday 15 head of yearling mules at $00 05 par head. 20 head at Fred LebBrown's sale brought $100, average. anon Standard. The cattle market In Louisville is looking up, prices now running from 1 for very common to 535 for best shippers; hogs sell at 4 J to 5.05; sheep at 1 to 3 and lambs at 2 to 4J cents, Sam Hayden has sold to J, H. Beau-de- n, 26 cattle to be delivered in October, at 4 cents. They are very fine and will average from 1,100 to 1,200 Winchester Demolbs. when delivered. From my stable, near the Danvllln on Monday night, a J.tght Jtarc, with short neck and saddle rubbed on back; bad on new shoes behind and old ones In front, considerably worn, Information concerning her will be thankfully received by toll-gat- Horse Stolen I Jlu lt Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. Canned Goods from the Best Canneries of the Country. 45-- HOItT. FEItGVSOS, Manford, Ky. CRAB ORCHARD G0LLEGIATE SCHOOL! Ero-nauj- h, Crab Orchard, Ky., will on 3IotulaVt 8cjtt. 7, 1883. Preparatory, Academic and Collegiate Dcpartuents, under experienced teachers. Kir circulars giving terms, address R. H. President Board of Trustees, Crab Orchard, Ky., or Edgar P. Hawes, Principal, LouIitUIcs Ky. (45-l- crat. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. The Election. 'When the -- J. W. Allen threshed his wheat WedBjard met nesday 17 bushels to the acre grain extra good. For Bargains, There Is No Place Like the Corner of Main FIRE INSURANCE. and Somerset Sts. JJSTO- - IVC. PHILIPS, STANFORD, KY., a yesterday lo examine and count the yote, it found that the Hustonville Book had not been returned, showing the criminal carelessness of some one. There is a heavy penalty attached for such failure and it is likely that the vote of that precinct will have to be thrown out of the count. The official vote of the other precincts is a follows. ' I Pat Caseel gives notice that he has Represents the Beat and most Prompt-Payin- g opened a shop in Hustonville and is preand his rates art- rery low, Glr nlm pared to do all manner of wood work in call. the wagon and carriage line promptly and efficiently. Please say in behalf of our friend Jarman that the enemy circulated dispatches on election day, announcing that Mark was off the track and advising his friends to vote for Bobbitt. Llllie Dunn Is reported slightly better, A little boy some two ears old, son of Jno. O. McAllster, fell into a cellar Tuesday evening and was seriously injured, Hi) skull was thought to be fractured, but whether this be true or not the concussion produced is regarded as dangerous. Mrs. Belle Brown and Miss Bettie Jenkins are both in a low state, and it was reported yesterday that Miss Sillle Jenkins, (another sister) waa very ill. The disease in these two cases Is probably consumption. Since the dosing of the Fair, the exodus of the theatre and especially the miraculous triumph of the election, Hustonville has subsided into a remarkably quiet town. A few are upholding the dignity of the county at Danville, but most, like Ctncinnatus of old, and Washington of later time, are addressing themselves to the quiet pursuits of private lite. The on-lmarked activity vltible Is seen In the representatives of riyalechools. Lancaster, N. MIddletown, DAnville and Ilarxodaburg are all reprcented, while it is reported that Miss Hannah Bjrgin will resume her position in the college here. The edict, '"Lit there ba light" has gone forth and we look A letter received yesterfor great results day from Pof Yates gives assurance that he will b on hand to open our Teachers' y Oom-pani- a ECZEMA ! WHOLESALE PRICES ! Crab Orchard For Treasurer, Tate 140 Fox 73; for State Senator, Rigney 159; for County Judee, Varnon 180; for Legislature, Bobbitt 307, Simpson 20; for 259. n 42, Fox 35; Rigney Walnut Flat-T- ate County Coum was held Tueiday, owing 09; Varnon 75; Bobbitt CO, Simpson 20, to the election on the regular day, when a Jarman 2. Stanford, No. 1 -- Tate 120, For 86; Rig. great deal of business, most of it unintr:et-- . ing to the general public, was transacted ney 160; Varnon 193; Bobbitt 17G, Simp-so- n 140, Jarman 1; for convention 105. Mm. Susan Stewart's will, which gives all l; Stanford, No. Tate 129, For 5S; of her property to Mies Mamie Beialey in Varnon 178; B)bbitt 99, Simpson token of her regard for her and as compensation for her love and services, was ad- 157; for convention 150. Turneraville-Tate- 78, For 4S; R'gney mitted to probate. J. A. Harrie, William and John Bright were appointed 122; Varnon 128; Bobbitt 101, Simpson 54; Barton commissioners to duvide the land, furniture Jarman 7; for convention 105, Waynesburg Tate 30, For 53; Rigney and silverware of the estate of Roy Bssrley among his heira. Tne will of Mr. James 89; Varnon 90; Bobbitt 102. Simpson 21; Crow was also probated. It make his sons, for convention 92. nighland-Tat- e3, Fox 109; Rigney 43; O. J. and C. K. Crow, the executors without security, provides for the payment of Varnon 43; Bobbitt 112, Simpson 8; for con$2 500 due his wife from the sale of the vention 48. Kings Mountain Tate 21, For 12; Rig. property owned by her at tho time of their mirriage, gives herSlSO per yearduringber ney 18; Varnon 41; Bobbitt 70, Simpson 3; lilt; bequeath' his Welch farm valued at convention 21. Leaving out Hustonville the totals are: $11,100 to the children by her, Mr. Mag-gl- o McAfee and C. L. Crow and orders Tale 575, For 474; Rigney 800; Varnon 92$; all his other land and personal property Bobbitt 1,090, SImpion 417, Jarman 10, lo be sold and proceed! to he divided Hustonville gave Simpson a maprity of 30, eqnally among his five eons by hia firct which would make Bobbin's majority 013 cts carriage, after the amount advanced each The nigjer only got 10 votes in the named baa been deducted. 2-Rig-neylOpre-ein- For the btnefitot sufleiln: humanity and Jn heartfelt gratitude at the wonderful results. I deem It only my duty to giro this unsolicited In favor of Swllt'a Specific. My wife haa tean attllcted with hereditary Eczema or Salt Ilheum fiou ber Infancy; It has Increased in intensity with each succtellng spring, and being somewhat skilled In medicine myself, 1 tried every remedy I could think of for yeara Sarsapa-rlll- a combined with every form of PoUuiir, pills ol every kind and hundreds ol other remedies, lotions and alkali washes of ercrr kind, they all gave only temiorary relief, burfng but the spring of 1SS4 ber lower extrcmltiea became so Inflamed and sore that sbo was obliged to keep them constantly coated with a covering of "Fuller's Earth," mixed wet and allowed to dry on. Among other things, she was attllcted with a periodical nerTOua headache, occurring regularly every aercn daya, sometimes followed by intermittent fever for weeks at a lime, so that her life became a burden to ber. This spring I determlntd that she should take 8. 8. 8., and follow strictly the directions la regard to dose, diet, etc. This was about seven weeka ago. Alter taking the first large bottle the dlsea as seemed to Increur; the burning, Itching and Inflammation became unbearable. She, however, persevered In the use of the medicine A fur taking the 9cond bottie the Inflammation brgan to third bottle the Inflammation aubslde. After tho disappeared, sore spots diled up and turned white and scilr and finally sbo brusbad them on" in an impalpable white powder rrscmb'.lng pure salt. She is now taking tbe sixth bottle, tore four times dally. Every nppearanco of tbe dlieaie has gone and her flesh Is becoming soft, wblt and smooth again; and what is more, her periodical headaches have disappeared and she ia now, at M yeara of age, enjoying the only good 40 years, Ho health she lias known for upwa-dso- f wonder she dtclarea with emphasis that every bottle of if. 8. 8. is worth a thousand times lis weight in gold. Any further Information concerning ber case will be cheerfully given by herself at her residence, 133 Mullett street or by me. JOHN F. MtADLKY, It Grlswold street. Detroit, Mich., May 10, 1SJ5. ." Over 40 Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagons, Over 40 Farm Wagons ami many other Gootls to be RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES. ' ; Too Many Goods on Hands; Trado is Dull and They Must Bo Sold. GEO. D. 1VEAREX, Muuufucturerrs' Agent. "The Bourne from which no Traveler Returns Sick7' CATECHISMS FOR OLD CHILDRENWbo is the ol Jest man t Dr. Brown Who is tho wisest man? Col. Fountain Articles, Box - Be sure to set tbe genuine and send for Treat Is l rn Blood and 8kn Dleaiei free. For sale by all THE SWIFr SPECIFIC CO.. Druggists. 157 V. 3d Stuw.case Goods, Sfatailes, Mi aid Paints, Stationery, Toilet Articles, Books, falalea, Ac , ,tc., Ac. FofcbltL Wbo is the luckiest man! Scott M. Jones, (Bis is tbe hanJsowctt man f Dr. EJ. Estos, Wbo , What throe couples are going to marry next wife has triplets.) Wbo is tbo sharpest person ? Tho one wbo dAls week: This Is a secret, but Dr. Bourne srl.'l tell with yours truly, till the cows como home. you, WboJeal with Dr. Bourne? M who want SI. L. HOURNE, good gols and cbrap prices. Wbo ia Ben 8. Swope'a sweetheart ? Ask Lueien . s Laaley. st , New York. I)rawcr3, Atlanta, (la. (Aug. 7) WbatdotaDr. Boutne keen? lie doesn't any:hlngj be if all klnda of Medicines, lrp AT THE NEW DRUG STOEA& ' STANFORD, KY. Fancy i A UE3M&- mifvimn ! ii-Fj,iw.- L . . ' i " "QL-Jc-s. I SUMMER RESORTS FOR P5TS. Mil aaax3L..B..B,T-,- n ; . . '".L'lii.- - ".'.""" ' """""" VmiDd Oimitlon In tloinetttu Vote Dortorln;. New York Tribune.) IJcoiimny VGIUVIIT RAILROAD. SIDING OVER THE FIRST COMPLETtD RAILROAD IN THIS COUNTRY. W0C KEY'S LIFE. HOW THE RIDERS OF THOROUGH BREDS TRAIN THEMSELVES. OIT "Jrtyliirr T'lrrti by Walking nml Ooliif fo iSor. Hungry Hnlf tlio lime A llm-- d Dij's Work Kostlns la Winter. Ctik-afr- o Tribune Interview.) "Yes, I onrn a good donl of money every loastm." nld Isaac Murphy, tbe not I lit reply tj e. reporter's question, "bul I Lave to Ma ban! for It, and I think I mu desnvlng of nit I get, A Jjckey, in order to bo ttccc3ful, muit constantly subject klirtMlf to a rigcrou coura of training, on ami, nl though i oople who are not lurti mntteis woull hardly think it, the best ihlirs lit the country men who euro 5,000 fb 8!0,0K eveiy summer frequently go to po-te- d 'AVIiyisthatr it u this way. The wilo of .rolgliti In this country is vory light ns com paied with that In England, and so it is always the cost that by the time n jockey becomes n wan in years he has grown to such n Nza that bis natural body wo.sht U far above that which tua racking i tiles rirribe shall be carried in all the important eent for 2 aud 8 year old runner. Of course this scale of uolght mint bs adhered to, and it Is .or this raasin tint every josfcey l iuiir1d bif; rj each race begins in or ler thai nons of ttein may lie either over 'r under tho weight which Ilia rule lis for that IwrJicalar evant. In winter, fnr instance, my wolptit is about 135 pounds, yot durin; tho racing jhm I must be prepared to ride at a tut incut' notice any race where but 110 pounds I r.llo.ed t ! cirrll. Tins a means that I have got to take oil by mans about fifteen p uuds of urplus (lush; and you can have no idea of lion bard it U to da that, and then to keep my weight tloqn to the proper ilcures." "How is this accomplished'"' hUy sweating. In spite of nil tho care that can be taken ns to what is eatsn n jodtey find? that he i constantly getting aororllve jouuds heavier thou "he should bo, and this moans that each morning of the day ho is to ride n race he mut get up early piitonanumlerof sweater, and over the plaoobeavy clotues. Tuen couios a tlff walk of f.ur cr five Miles, tlie 'pace being fast enough aouiatvnipiration will bo rreely indiu'ed; nnd by dint of plenty of hard walking auJ eating little or nothing during tho for part t tfce day bo finds that by afternoon he W down to the poller .weight and can ride O. eourve this sort of life weakens n man. If it only dtce for n u ek orao it wutild not wi make so much difference, but where one has to hffy routt..ntly rluciug his tbsj by artificial means from the 1st of May until the 1st of October it i a tremendous strain an io inutal and nti system n- - woti as, tfcejihyeieaL There is a constant feeling of wTf,i;a nnd Mckuets, which never .eavea cae except during sleeix"' "What doei v. jockey eat during tbo racing "Well, nrti-flci- led hungry eveiy niglitfor week.' "Vell, I don't know bow other men man-agbut I Hud that fruit H about the only taint; I can eat without causing my weight to mi ujt beyond proper limit. Of eour-.- !. there It not much strength in thr.t sort of diet, nnd I hove to supplement it with niat uoehi a whBe, but oven then 1 can only have a small piece of very rare steak, nnJ this with a little toast is quite a foat tor u who is in active training.'' "So,you are hungry a good deal of the time!"' -- vnit Yes,'' said Murphy, with a curious smile, up Into tbo face of bis the hign cheek bwie-- . with tiro skill drawn tightly over them telling their on of lelf imp sed tai vation. 'Wo don't knew wbatitis tofeei timt we hao eaten ftiuugli from the day tae racing season n untll,it:s over And then tho work it bard nut! of.a kind which mckeiani'in want HOu.isWhg food. You tret on thi back of a Id?, active thon ugnbrefl raco horse that is Hill of life and ambition, and sometimes is vicious brides, and you aro espectei to and nde bim in such a manner courol tbft: Hi TjeSt spied will Lo obtained for a lung diitance, nnd ul! th j tims you are toi want of foo "A day's racug weai i mo outcomplotely. and every night I am in bed bv 'J n'elort:, frequently going to sloop bjfore" it i dark. I am tired cut. weak, and half sick idiivj tbtee or four horses on an uf tet f flotti, am tfiy only ambition then is to get to hell as soon as pobicle and stav tliero ai Im looH-- d tt' -- be-g.- hi act-uui- 1 morning. " l3, A to Ids but never drank but it t n c8s-rat Janes to.drink aula-- s of chaup4,;no a- - that . a i nlc seeiivitonrt to Ids t m- and to Iiini to 8i. n roey. uDi ifug rlieup long ineno.i i he wutr int'js . tajs at bis homo, which . in KVV dohtj no wrk oj auy He said Hint Le f. unl tlve rait of wvoinl avwM abeolutely necessary in onler to ei'iftiie bim rture away etrcigtii for the mu;ig re'rfag mko:i lM4rr.;-lfuc.'nnw'di- ienonalhaLit, Murphy ail tbat I rac.'-.iensjy titnirs- - in the esi-nt- Lxi-igtou- t- Initiation Into Afilcnn Ilrotlierliuotl. iKtanle.v'i New llook Genetwlly the tlrat day of ncqiiaintauce wnu tiie Ocngo triboj I, Unvoted to olssOfng, sounding one another's principal, anfl getting at cue another's ideas. The thitl entertaui hij guest with gifts tit oaU. beer, h etc., then on the next iny Cimnunew bij.lne.s onlresipro-n- l f gift. So It was nt Irabu. o gnvu ftur hairy thecji, ten glorlL.u bunches of bonanas, tuo ItvA ioH cf tew, mil th umal-'nccojiiioMleutj oi irtjll sti res. The iiHxt .lay wo made blood brctheihood. The fcti hmiL j rftkoJ each of our ri'ht nrn tha blood out, then, with a iciicci t, scraping frout my gun-toca e tiSr, a few dusty scrain;s from a Ion? ik-iover the wounded nrm, and ijad. UJacKatU whlta aruu wen mut tally rubbin toother. The fetUh-matook tio under their poculiar patronage a shandy Imu pod in hi. haul and lightlv touchoi gair of nle und ginger lier iced to polar vn swrks, otrr ueoas, our arms nnd our Ugi, frigidity in a covered tin pall. tnuttM-inraiidly hU litany of incnntatlotu. Oot Too Proud. hat wailf t of tho medicine Mangombo Ch cago LalKer.) and I carefully foldoi In n banaim leaf, and no 'No, mam; sho don' oomi to our houo no nvciontly botween us to a banana gr vo near by, and bv. led tha dun out of sight. Manscombo, now my bi other, by 'Phaw! cbile; you don' toll ma I How flo;im"intercUauga erf blooJ, consMratol to doosdat com?!' MVoll, jas' bokaw she's got too proud an' wy norvice as I was dovotod In tho sacred to ink wid common folks now fetUi b?nd to his service, revealol his stuck-udays any mo' " troLo and Implored my aid. "Proud! Oh, go3d Lawdl What dot !eopy huriy got to bo proud wlJ, I lllo to Gicat 3Iou's Smart Sons. know!' Ch'cago Herald "Why, bless yo' sweat soul, honjy, ska's Tho popular impression that great men's ions mo utldom claver doas not seem to bj ma d n sleepin ca' pt.'tnli, an I rockon sho h irno out by the facts. Senator Ingalls has has m'liwis on do table ebiy day now." Wc4i wiirj, :t u Uiought, will bo clovoror Uian Ui fatlur. Oliver P. Morton's son Wooilen A niches In Itiistl.i. bids fair & make his mark ns a lawyer, and New York Sun a son of .Stephen A. Djuglas is beginning to III soverd vlllagos of the Viatkl province, nltr;iot attention. John 6. IVIsj is tho tho peasants manufacture wooden watcbaj, ile"or sonof n clever father, and young which work steadily, though tboy do not UreckenrIJo promises to keep alivo tho k&ei vory nccurnto time. All tha parts of nicmKy orlds gittoJ father. the w atoh nro of wood, except tho nxles, n kith aro of horn. nvr !i, fl-- Mar-oiilV- thtn-fiile- d jiyd lit-ti- bill. A wire rope, resting on numerous little .ti n pulleys in the middle of the track, extends from the foot ( the plnne, ns it is called, to tho summit, an I ruiki arouml lingo tlm caole rope, by a iruins. A hen s'gual, is stirtc I and a man employe 1 fcr the puriose has in his hand a short piece of very heavy chain called r. "lin?,'' with n lingo hook at each end, one of which ho u into a link attache! to the car ami tho t.tber into one of tlio 1 nks containel in the end lees rope, and up tbey go at n speed something like fourteen miles nu hour. Once on the summit the Ming is detacheJ, nnd, the gravity slightly descending, the Astor, Iirlllartls an.1 Van lrrbflt. His cars run by their own ijrovity for a fow teaches $100 a mils, when the foot t another piano is I rofesatoual income uf ten on c bed. tie'k. Thi Is ascended in the tamo manner as the first, nnd so eti until Destruction uf the Ittsluooils. is reacliel. The cars are drawn l(vr San Francisco Chr nlcle Th? redwood, unlike all othsr cacifcrs, up ths hills by stationary engines located propagate itsejf principally by sucker at the bead of tfce pla: m. Vleii one has up eight he from tkb parent stem. W'lvsn n pnrtriarih r.ddeullonesdale plan m on u about ten miles and tlw summit of the n thoiHitnd youn.: tree, so to spenk, from ilie, ,Ioolc mountains, 2.00J feet above sea pring from his loins, the mcjt vigrorons sur- - level, where tie landscape view extends ' mOMUHH milet, the Cstsk.II mountains be-circle, tho diatnater Uing ,.,.,J, -rsometimes as much as forty feet, indicating i '"T "' 'it ti lmivsslLie 1 (Jiwcribe or imaslno the tue former existence o: much larger trout many windiui and enrivs the road makes. then tho present, perhaps equal to the tuo car ruublng down anl Sierra Nevada. It will renJ Tl.e speed of .round the mouutnri is ery gieat, purbapi lly be perceived that this form of propaga a mile a minute, and produces tome queer ti n U vastly slower than in the case of the feelln-- 3 of surprwe niKl fear at a flrit fjrests of the Sierra Nevada, where In going down the mountain, millions of young pine succeeded the scatwhen within n mile of C.irbosidale, wbloh tering tres destroyed by the miners, bOO feet below often numbering hundreds to tho square is then males audtlon and in plain sight, tho cars a turn nnd go rusli-nit- f rod , i" anotn r direction, makina; a tircuit If any care was exercised in tho pwsorva-tioof tbo reJ'voods n jt large enough for of everal u.des to get donn the iiumitanu. lumber, tbe present quantity of growing At one point a ixsrson can look down from the cars and tee the track nmny feet b low, timber might be mamtainel, but the lum and a row minutes later look up with surberruon make It n point to '"work class prise at tlie track ju.t jiasseJ over, now cut," cuttiug the timber allawav in one nn, u mo ssm rou i is uiuauy uesiroyeu ny many leet abow. This sudden curve is i'.:e winter rains. Fire is called upon to ilu iall'-- the Sheplterd'-- ; Crook. At this point tbe rood luus at u gieat elevation over the sli the destruction, ns tho brush an 1 small lckaw anna river, lieing far above tbe tops way of the loggers, , timber aro much in the and the ground Is often bare, with onlj uf tbe tallest troe. For the accommoda bo bias tod an J blackonel stumpi to indi-cat- o of tourists, the trains are sometimes stopped a fow moments at this curve t enablo the former sylvan growth. to enjoy tbs beauties of the wild, The evils of tki3 destruction nro many, fiincng which aro tbo want of timber by magnitlcont scenery extonJiag for mllei olow. th futuie generations; tho exposure of tho Tho road hus two tracks, called tbe loaded unprotected soil to the wash of winter and light track, tho loaded track being the ains, producing slides and n gradual removal cf tho productive -- oil to tho valleys ono on wiich tho cars tilled with cool from jelcw , inabilitj of tho mie I soil to rotain tbe mines at Carbondale run'in gum tj liono-daand tho light track that on the necojsary moi-tur- e for tho grefwth of tioes and the supply f r .erannml springs which tho empty cars are brought bnck to and tho consequent dedructiou to farms on bo reloaded The loaded cars me brought tho plaint below by the sudden rise of from Carbondab to Honoslnle in the Mine manner ns tba empty cars aro taken back, troams, followol by u, ccrre4pondl;ig uly that there nro some planes that In the suutner flow, leaving tiilrj' and lel ubera onco tlowel a perennial brook, by endless the wdtxl enrsare letdown these cablus. In running fioni and, flimlly, by causing that terrible ntU to ll.nesdalo there are twelve .leitHi?tivo pbinomsnon. a' 'olouJ.Umt,H lanes, eight up hill and four down bill; tho uuknown In a. country up bit! ones following oach other and aro numbared, commenciug &t Carbondale from Suinuinr DiiiiUs. one to eight, bo. u ueing tbe shortest, IPfcllad Ipbla Ileoonl, ngost, .the Of making sulnllla' dunks there is no or 1,253 feet Jons, - No. 1 479 feet d. To tbe Jonr.Wt of syrup di inks the The four d wu plutias are numbered 10, 11 nest notabld addition is 'pear phosphates" made of acid paosphate, tho llavor of mil -' the nhoitost being l.'f.'v! nn 1 the feet, the ttaepo t being No. 5, Jjnjest which suggests the of pear syrup. ivhere tho ascent is one foil in 'J feet. "Ejfg phoiphate" is a oomblnntion of w ith peur phophates, After do cenduu Plane No. 12 Waymart is uu 1 much roijiubles au without liquor. Coca and reacliel, nnd frv.ni thre to Hnes.lule dU-Tn co tin miles, calle 1 Ten Mile level the calisayn and calisaya cordial aro in damapd with those fatigued, especially by brain onii run by their own giavlty, the graio , Wui-kor nsrdiug tin tonic nction of oeing4ii per mile. In returning to o r.ta eight pinnae, all up bill, pun i1. Acid phosphate and vicliy, or e the with lemon syrup, should lo iiumb'io' II ti V), tho shortest be. ng &U (No lb mil tbo longest S.iiJ J foat (Nj. 'oet Include 1 in tbo Hit. Limeade ii in brisk demand, being moro ncid atid bracing than Ut. Tlie graJo of No. 13 is one foot In 6 00 llU feet, and the other extremo is No. lomouade. IS, where It is one foot in K'mIMOO feet, Vichy and cream has como Into voguo, TLero ate levels between all tho planus on though n oxpert will prefer, especially at breakfast-tlmono part of vicliy to two of tho light track; tho ono fiom the Mimmit t3 Cnrlomlale is tlx nilloi, callad Ulx Milo milk Hocl: and soda rotains its peculiarity, level, tho grado boin; over 100 foet to the but If one must cross tho dividing lino be tv,ecn toinp?rnnc3 and alcoholic boverngo. mi't The spojd uf those cars is controlled u symphony in ginger alo and clarot is not perioctly by oxporiauced brnkomen, who nro on each train, compoiod of both open to Iw doj)Uod, aud thoio is no bettor drink than that which tho cricketers havo takon aud cloead cau. , i in-srd 1 half a dot.'u suniuur this year." and lie heaved aNigh of rolicf as be diMftpearol around the corner. Tub question of th proper care of pjti during tbo summer It one of the inoU vexed of all in the doaieetJc economy. The aver aro summer report host will not allow tlittn on the pivmieej, thoy can't be left behind shut up lu tho town house, and no me costly middle uourj ha t. be adopted. Nearly nil tho retail will take birds fcr tho sanvjii at 'it cent a week nt the owner's risk. l!uiuesa is dull with them during the summer, and tbey have plenty of vacant space. In the dark, musty rooms which these dealers team to prefer, tho oauaries parrots and tn.kliiK birds whistle and chatter the hot dnyi nway. Witu do;s and cats the problem bocomes it still more difficult one. Sonw denier will take a few dogs for the summer, but tho has to confirm closely to randidatJ certain ioqulremuti ai to sizj and condition. Tbo charge It $3 u week. In the words of cno of the dealers: MVo take our pick. If the dog is tmnll and souiW. we'll Hut wo take it if we ain't full already. setdon't want any watch- - log or high-bre- d ters on our bauds. IVe can't tnko many then we create a nuisance, the neigh bors complain of u, nnd wo have to shut uyt or get out." Cat ilnd no wclc.imo anywhere, und t'.w only wuy is to get some nnciont dame to tnke thorn to het heart and home at o nwch jwr week, nu 1 tho charge is rarely a small one. In lew of the nre.it demand for accommodations cf this kind, it would bo a good inveMmont for some enterprising fan cior to hire a spacious ilace in tho suburb, (It it up for a canine Mimmer r'sort, and go into tho business whole-alA littKi advertising would probably bring a largo trade, and the introduction of a proper system ousht to iave good margin for proilt. The amount of money tbot iMplo are willing to spend uii their dogs is shown in the doctors' Lills wlncli many of tbeui tun up. physicians charging $5 a viMt are often employed to cure ufciy little pugs of their attack of to'nach-ache r nw- laria, and there is a man in uppar Hrond- way who makes a budue-- s of dog doctor Ing. Ha U n graduate of Hamilton college, and values his services as physician and sur geon to nil dogdom at 3 u vi-- l . His ofKoe is crammed with Lotties of patent medicine of his own decoction, warranto 1 to euro all the ills to whirb dog flesh is heir, cud ho clQful3 t0 numb,r the" leading meinters of canine sccity among bi patients doggies as thov cf the such hlh-toneiv-nrbird-lenlcrs e. "Ah, tbat.N just the place thnt I'vu Loon looking for," exclaimed a pereplrliifc cltlain t his eyo fell on the aign "Birds Uarded" while be was working his way dowu-torn day or two ngo. "Now I won't nave to cart that confounded canary of llrtrla's round to u A Doiirablo Farm Containing about 100 le'lTlIOVT FK13 Acres of Nearly nil lu culllTatlsn, sltuitfloa tbetsiifbrd rule's f itcceeslul, Twenty jeers experlon 3. Ajv nnj Lautos er luriiplls rtml, aMu.it S mllea Irnui Ui 3ltItO 11. STKWXS A: CO, Lancaster, Ky. Well Improved. Wlil be sold plr OYVH h, WaiUlDjtton, 1) C, ClsTelstid, O , prlrstcly. Any ote In need ot such n Farm rn Kft the particulars by calllni; on J. Totter on the Detroit, Miih , CUliuco, III. pllce cr sJilreislDK tho undotslgueU at Gilberts ;rcelcLiricoln cjnnty. Ky. '. iioi.TXt:r..i ir, 6 Jm Agrnt lor i:. II. ewllh's Heirs. Periston Claims Prosecuted rgya.'.wisw wnn A. J "vzaszcssuk nfaxfo t" ' "T " " ' " -- J ot, "Ktfte fLOUISVILLC fk NASHVILLE JUTR?" " - M JV M ,ij ? -- : -- ?: tvl W. "fyi im MBS Uf f!i im Are in Wlileh the Cniilod Aliing Tlio ilftny Otutns "Lasuled" nml Whit! Inn nn t "1 IgJit" Tracks. No el Wuj .inf.v SaHMBSSR YARD. Tiirougli Trunk Lino lUrlDft apenel THS ORCAT 'lll'"l' 3U.OTEJT-- I STOHB &ABji n our .i re, we iro now npalmnlier nrd In tho resrof l'a., to IOmlout, this statu which at that tlmo wai indeed n gigantic undertaking. HonesdRb was as near to tho coal miiiAi as tliey could extend tho canal, hence in the year this gra itv or -- up ami down hill" railroad, as it hi- - been aptly cnlleJ, wo constructed, climbing ovor the Mooalc l.tngeof iii'.uiittlii-- , 2tHX) feet above tide wtitei This road, until within .i few ,enn, was used for the ttntisportntiou of coal exclusively. In lSsTT, the compnuy, tosatijfy the demands of the public, concluded t mid commenced tunning p.sen Rer cars. They wore a Miccoti it tlw start, and travel has from yonr ti joar greatly Tiavelem who enter these enru for tho first time ore gi entry ntonishod at tho novel wny in which they are cirried along. Tliero is no motive power lu bight. If starting from Iljneslnlj tbo pn4enger, ii on e:. taring the car nn I joking utieal, ses tin Hack K'ading directly up a steep HouodnIi b 1 Cor Ilrooklyn Eagle. One of the moKenJ jj able and atlfotory trl that can lie taken is that of n ride over no of the few gravity railroads now exist-'n- g in the country say that of the Delaware & lIulon Canal comnaisy, in Pennsylvania, ex'endintt from Honjitalj to a distance of leventeon milo'. No locc motives aiv used in going el tiler way, cinsequently there is positive fioedom from smoke, cinders smell f coil ga, etc., which Is so annoying to traveler on ordinary rail mads. This wns praeticnlly the ilrt com idetcd inilnxid in this country. The schema wis originated by William Vurti nn I his brother Maurice, of Philadelphia, lor tho purpose of an outlet t Now York city for tho coal they discovire 1 in tbo Lackawanna They Urst built tha valley in Delaware & Hudson canal. oteudiug from I'enu-ylviiui- Sntlon Ilonie, t Williams; The burg, turulshwl coBipleU, Is for sale, iVo will In tbe ruiuh. l'.itsof all studs. Sblnles nit, tawed and ohaTeil. AIo Ajcnli for tbe lMiulllo lureslu toany one wsotinj It Aell e l'lsDlng Milts. abHiheil trade. KTerytaluKia flrtt-Ut HKlfi It T A) t'L'Il KM A'. At Wllll.innl'iirg, Ky. I1-4- Prepared to lurnish any kind of Lumber wSwSw Without Cliange and with Speed Unri.ated SHORTEST rR AND Hirrrox vuoitxn, sha. .J-t- Desirable Tmvn Proporty. in .Stnn'otil, t ileslro to sell hit dwellloK-houssituated on the cjracr uf Main birret and Lo,an ATM1UC. The lot fronts lTOffet on Main Street and M on I.ojsn Avrnue. The bouse Is Irsiue, newly rcpslrol and has (Ix looms and upper and lower e oi'kinh rhlsWlth-fclTltigPuiu- .rors'33 Int. Outbuildings geod.nad a good e ection of Irult tret on tho lot Will sell itt n barjjulu to tho purchaser. IP t .('Of.lKy jt-- tf Stanloril, Itmort will ! under my uianutiuipot this season, and ai It It entirely edited and rerurnlshed, I can promise my .tro s r week, comferlat well as hesltli. Hoard, ?4 of double eottsgei V ler poruicol.su cents, wis)k. Will bare a cunrejaDcs ut the depot to meet 3arui;er. QUICKEST : ROUTE l'e u Uilisl..t-U'fiTlir- a. siuiox.tJioni:. SOUTH PiniBiAf, ft WEST .v.v::v. J IC53ES! I will da'drer ICES! CENTRE CxHIGE. DANVILLE, KY. 1WJ ICE 2 In to rKUl" ruitouisrs aodTtcialtj erery moralDi-a- t In tjlsaford l J. BEST I ' k Mn.li; tntry Altai In (.ittinosb, tx JI..L, nnd Issworlssns cars '&M l, Atvounlsduo at tbe cloio or cch month, or Alumni, l'ull nulls. when study. Liltrary aiul V i.mV TulHnii JJ0, ami 11. K. IIAKHOIV. ointirKcnt les t pe annum Tree tuition lo obs Hailttd moths Fur nlehpl rmis real lre. aodiUeup heatd UCdlrge Juclel rcBntil snj Howe to worihr spplicunls Nosalooes Hend for riuloe moral O. HEATrY, LU D , fres't. tl ID AMI MM! III! It YAJtll, and iwa er The next fusion of tbli old, wlbcndowol Insti2 Oter tution will open Wednesday ftellber courses ol full I'sctilty ONE. CENT PERKPOUND lir in ROUTE TO FLORIDA iir itrs wiinou; i,i,BK SHGRTLINETOTHE EAST Tt si I. uierllle In ralaceCarsnttbenlcUtire I i. i r;t vt -- ust. Mury's Saw Mills" store. ler r1i"fUr.TQ ."""". iliu rofld"nr" O line of will r (..! Ii w rates ( tipahjr lor " ni ' cti. i.t., nuis ' ! -- tunHk Loulevlllo. CPU'--.. English & Classical School Oa top of tbe Knobs, close by J. Cartel's Orecery Christian College Building, IHTSTOXVILIsE, - - - K. stilt iritVKi.iin. rroi"tvturn. Poralt klnlsof RMifral Lumber Shimilw, .c, bulWcrsaiid ethers ca net 8uJ a better uisrlei to "(leotl Msterlal tlieBnolTM. Our motto i- - room A' KJ- - KY. side Mstn Street, two doors ebovs the Myers Hotel; l'aro Nitrous UxMe Gsi alulclitcred wuen re quired OCee-8o- nth HunaifloN i STANKOni), lriii...J -- IjBE P. nUFB'MA.N, iciv!rxH'JL', will epeo WidnesUy The Third aohus Instruction SVIT. til, lSSZ. ofCourse if the end to J thorouzli Ieloiuicnt Kor circulars Terms rcsorM. Ire attained. JOUK l IWiIN ,nplr lo ?ilon (9P, lor ItOMoaable lUtcs." I'osWsUce mWreis, Halls 'TeT gj tf- I'tlnclpals. door to Inrs k.oRj.. aALotLce. Ofllce toil S Droswd Pine Flooring, Gelling, Weather y smlltiJr v. ABHtfrtlcs hours frtnu toIJ A. sJialnlstmsl whae n LUMBER! VIV.' Tccn OlTfe PTA.NhvJllU, Dlt. W. D. PKNNY, Uontl-- t, KEXTPCKT. LanctsUr street, 31II.,EHMIJTKU Boards, FEKALEC0LLEGE This popular school t r joun; iJin will be re , unJer entlrtly new a'isplc-oissne-1s, Finishing Lnmhor, Green Lumber in tho Rough, inolurliog Latha and Shingles. Deceusry I13l-lyr- .l SSPTSMEER AND 9 th, 1885, I'ortlwconTeoltnceof our customer In !lan wills fordsnt Tlclnlty we h4teble yards an assortIScu.I men to keep It. H's'ilS's'll where lest ears Kt it Meheapas tier otonrLambor, llo-.make ritlasaies for dlrejt. ae frowns . Klll nut ra haDil. which W will Bll u luvri noiW .TII.'M'.V .1- - ,II7. rti!l -- The Uirl ltoute to- - n-it- u Uly, Ky St. Louis & tho West Nort'iwut and kjuthwest by tbe wy of Rov. C. Popo, of Augusta, Ga., as Prosldont, pals Mrs. S. C. Truehsart as Lady Prlaoi MYERS HOTEL, E. H. BURKSIDE, - I.om.SVII.lsSiirCI.t;i..VATI. r looAll Trains f.?,;'":! dircs aiirctul si nim Kti-s- x on the lAuliandill lul I - Aided by oaeol the lansl CompeleH at'l Expert Pstrenls nwr restH-sun- sl fUcsMl larulllea lo the ef ttw most IhorouiH tratntnc ct Ibelr hters In all Hut pernio n m . I, mu ..." and iMYwis, II c mmllted to ear rue Kor colakwuM eooUlalnsj infarasaH .j as to tcruis, Ac , tldr KUV. l'OPB. Mllll.nra Ky. stt. Propr daf "'1,7, ,,,,.. ?-- OrMI'.S S C 1RlHi:HEVUr,Klaaf.r.l r Ky. This Old and Woll - Known Hotel Still Maintains its Imtm h lilts with Ohio k Mlsttppt f r ftt West. nlT ' u Lfi'rl'. or Inrlii 1 fl u, st. i ln iwi. "ioois XJ HUUlo y lutcirr Ibta ai olhr I'ue. (trie u ir ,w0Trs li'tief'ir mlsan4 Ural raot- - of In trslni lulog WmI. ilttLbt 1US.I4 nu lvii, ts's 1 Hih Reputation, Ine 12 Hours Quicker Tj ) rtia y tti olnj by way f S'll i bs- - i y hlctw any 1 Dr. E. J. Kicliorson, Physician and Surgeon, Offlco on EM lex Ita Propriator is Determined that It Gball bo dscoad to no Cotrntry Hotel in the SUte m its Fr.ra, AQBolntmentJ, or Atten tion to Comfort Of their Queets. ilnt-we O. & M. iwsys uulsa-- - Fast Timo and Snro Con nootiocs Wllb all I.ltes st na 4th St Dnnvillc, Ky. rrteof to n a ml Viwuitu liirul. tN'rfcttlj or Ctiustio y tt Il)s aupi.lt Vra'so,-l s,p,.r'i 'nr,'a'e' OmnifI'ii' will t.e -' t mr l (ri.mnie!Rtlas ' "l'1 Tl'b tf" ielel t'1 J 1 e.fraj.fc de "' St. Louis nnd Intermediate IVo ' i i. Points XoOiunUutNTranM-I'ori- s ! . tht a-- No d Knife, Ligatur Used. Mild. A.OV..V.uu - iiruiii, uiAiisisr .kfiSHia 1'roui o fi ft r.IIi,m, you are wiim - w, titlDiof lioas foln- lion iaa lo In Colon Jl' nsil, Dki, point, m Itils NorlbwMt ids IiCmicacoRi lft Trtatm!it Ko Detention From Through Couches nnd Pullmnn SloopinK Cars In rtsrsrl le Ac, la lb Vlrn Hlatee. Mik, OulJei and lowist starlal ralm tor TUk-- ts nnJ HoUMhoM Owii to all post ts IT .t oil u or unumsjueu. KurlillanJ relUl.la lotorasiloo o ism, West lo ill oq or j Buateesf. So I'fMttawr A't dhle A II II AL-s- i.ru W. W.rEAHOOV. JsUtlMppi Rallwar, lUrrodslmrj, trj. Tre'! C. sd.1 1 Cure Ucrtnlii nntl l'oruiBiicnl. ('tiro, Xo l'ny. 1 GlriciutisKl to Chicago, Heo'I Uau'gr, Uen'i I.s. Aut I'ARl.i. er.lral t'asHri(.-- r A(int CltMlrnait nvo f H hllAlTUC, IiullmiupoliH fit Chicago. h, Special Attention also Given t o Chronic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, As well as all IImks peculUr to Women. free N. can Charges taod rale of ,hara;eajd will be toutiU at bts ilcc at all TROUGn TIKE Via Uui-ill- TABLE law . m KENTUCKY "inue-UrasM GEHTLUL JtConltr. II. B. e -- 1 lr teenlteil l.re. IxuliTille Arr. I iitiyen.-" Chleius. I.re. muijjnnetl Arr. Ctitrot!. . .. s2iim Via riDcloaatl. . . i 1 0 I' I 8bcrtetand Qnioksst F.oute from Oen iO a tu tral KontucKj to all Points North, SMata Em:, West and Southwat. Fast Line lletwiti. pm Car-ndal- e well-wood- 1 'ing pre-enc- o eg jten By perinlssloo he refr to thy. lolloirlD Irwin, A. La-ketUuifD. J. S. IIjsIpT. ' . Ju-tg(. I. l.ee, Tom Murphy Stanford. Ur , -V. leiaple, John Jl. Jp'WDaiaorn, Mm tok, e Ilu t'nrl'l, Jl. O. Tllle, Hy , Iter J. A -I.incaUcr by, Thou It, utton,.! b. Wnlkor f. C fhrltt isu KlrksrlUe. Kt. J. h. Mr I. Jobosii., IlryaijtsTllIe. Ky. J I. Ilaatf!, n. J, in uejr;KT,ll I lloslfy. Iinnnn Ky , Uowllo; is, Cauipli lsrllle, K ,A A MCiutls, (iricn Ky ; (im ir,hn, Jiitlae .1 W lluuhs, IlirtoJtliurg K.;C C oti'iuisle, Ic tec, liy. 2i Cij tiniest rtnenut thrn luinths , ln IitAlaiplU...( ru fT 0 a as N Ii II p M I U M p IN S IsISXIXUTO.V A UI.VCl.VXVl'l Schedule In I.tJs-c- t . J ptaj t Main May lu, JUS Hilly. 11 Dally except ojshlay . HoOTH-Hoi'h- sure j&ur tlckeU read via the S?7i, So t Lt hutl.l Uslly n . . tx, ,s A w fjun. TOIv70N ROUTE, tbe quickest, tbw belt ilu to Calc no and pe4nts und irtoH din-iin the Jiorinwesi Ticket--l- a iltr Monon itwti on eUai ill prlH eiltlal:i.otrw.w. Tor i.tes, wsiu aad lull In fnrioatlnn, adlri'ss WL h. BALDWIS.it l O J A.. UoUtIIIc. A J O'lttl'.'.Y. (L V Lrr. (rtnctoo Arr l'arls " Lexington.. Arr. Wlnobeiter Lve. I'srls ItltlimoBd ... . .. " ItowUnd Ltc, ifichm (. Arr. Bern. . .. 10 12 S a II . II inii mill . - A.AC K'y)s Ills t Vj-lU- J " i: 1 B ii H 2 00 a lu l pm II ins 111 .M lilt. r .. j. ir 2i Of) pw r,i ft p ,F pm1 49 m lo '.. ,. 7 n ii ja IrirJfn .v ,. H. T-r- i" M4 " Ijnirtutrr M pia,' prr ogg-nog- g it -- THE SEatl-WEEKL- Y 0pi ) A,Oila. -- '1 .1 Mi W . Llrltminti. NOBTII-llOC.S- S 00 i am No. J 8 00 a m K a iu in 7 IS n in .. 05 a in II OJ n in 10 Car-brida- ls pho-phat- Q 3 No II No. I ,' fa Lvp. Livingston..., Arr. Ittctncoii'i .'. Lre. Kivlxnl . LincMter ' .m.. f. 7 JJjn t , s, Interior Journal STANFORD, KY. ! Q O O co Air Itlchunal n O sn g boit p then, say a CmUantiuoplo latter, it does not dteeoniiiuiU tha Turk at till, for during that timo he is asleep. He simply rovorsss tho order of thins, und sloaps daytiinos in stead of night'. There is no law auiust his eating at night. Ho rises ft orn hU couch at sunsot and tnkos his b'ojltfat Lo.'oro going to tbo uiosqiM tojiruy. At midnight he has dinner, and partaken of suppjr just before sunrlio in the mornini;, whou ho again retires to bod. The night not bjlug gooJ for woik, ho glvoi his waking hours to pleasure., and tho month, from sutiriso to stinsst, becomes a vast carnival in all couutrlos under Mohammedan rule. o How tlio Turks l'ast. Frank Leslie's lllustratoj J Turkish itisenulty bus citcumvontod tho terrlblo mouth Ramadan, tho Moliuuimodau Is pulillslud every Tuelay 'Ul l'rlitay at tbo low f rice of For thirty days, between sunrise and no kooJ Miifsulmau allows n mouth tun-o- t, DOJt.r.aitv. 1JBK YEAU. f ul of fool or drink to paw his lips, llut, TWO W. P. WALTON, Pro'r. o G w Arr. Wlucbeitcr. Arr l'.rls Lto. Lextniiton L.o l'arls Arr. Girlriitoti I.vo lllrliiiwnd ... iij a m 1 SI p in OJ a ta 1 m s 01 a m 3 ii am 18 8 11 m rla ui .'2" a 23 I m - 0I" R p m 3 33 pm a jiil 0 00 p m c SJjna M.1Y.SVILLE HUAftCII. NouTiil!ooNn. Lre Oirlnjton.. No-- l I fit. fo Lx. Sun. Kx. Bjh. Daily No 3J. y,r JOB THE "i7l5"G:E3L:E3L -- OP as 3 " Loxli-stoi- Arr Msystllle HOOTll-IlOr'SJ- ' Paris i . 2 00 pra 7 21 a in, I 85 p ui 8 20 a iu fl 2fl pw 10 40 n in' 7 0 n ta "T.O. Si " ALL CX4SIKS- - t'x flun. 5 11 a iu 8 10 a m 9 10 a m iMllT Ko. Dull. CO fl" Woatlyand Cbonply Exooutod. Kx. bun 1 INTERIOR Courier-Journ- JOURNAL al 8p 03 Lto MsysrlliP, rr rani , Ior.i.-Tflns3 T'x ln'n- vyiiliiHUiri ' 4 3qa 3 15 pm fi 10 p in J 00 pm pm and ro il.illy Lexington aud CoTlDgton:between Win arednlly except Sumlay. Chester TntlD .So, I And tlio lOU ITldo Weolily Jud Laffvjani Don'fc tswonjrli ttislife without f.ther. If you do, you Lyuij-bt, (.u expect to got some insults from CATAltlUI CUUKD, hca'tu and sweet breath trluhteit nnd fcLULl'LEiJ MIOUTd niaJe ui.rsb!o by that will havo to travel . Catarrh HciuhIj Frico SOc, teirl' if coui'i Milloh's nn i 't t. ritat'!y !. vturfdby blilioli's.' cojrvftbe obscure streets at that. Kr sjio ly Itiioy Jl' ,i yuu I or tile ly i'cuu) a iiwiiiir. papsrs for Utile One yeir for nly SB-t- wo The Slinplon Tunnel. uiore t l.mi tho price ot ono, Italy aud Switzerland aro about to under-ta-tho boring of tho ijimploti tunnol, which Uv LiriMmJkimi will receive far one rear will form, when oompleted, tha fourth tun- your home psper with tlie the nel routo through the Alps. renresMuatlTe newspaper ol the bouth, Courier-Journal, democrut-Icandforatarl- ll i Iunt.us.on, Cbnrloitoo, IV. VvV.'ij:,1c!n clt' Fast Line.- tint 4 "IWUT..I... -- ...i. ., 3. and run via V.Mnr,i,..i,.n I " ''," Jl?f C?" cine nv; r ",?,;, " ' '" aBU lliclicilci nnd WashtnDlnn .if P .iirouurt uei.,.t, bicgi cliik,l "Q7 Chesapeake not v a VlncltMler an.1 lxlnnton nn.l ' arl' ,ni lilitctionn rlloni are m. lest U'lrchesier niii, A OblQ for Mt nnij 1",""a via les t - is . Jestlnatlonriclie.lbysrairoaJ. ,j ' lor roveuiie oDly, and the be-- t. nMeet family weekly In tho Dolled n Ct)urlcr-Jourcalc- do so at this oate cm PAPER I uAJi UlllliLlIU u-- !j may lo found on nta at nM.P. lt.inll ft ('o"s,yewsiwis r WlUIOS lt bora tuaJo'jr'. IVI NUV VOKIv. hi c.w.s.lonKr' IMVr