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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885081101 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. if f, Mew VOL. XIV. Scmi-MccMnnlcri- Hfflli jnteitmf lonftmL STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1885. irwmniwni. rawiwii.. NO. 46. or lounml DRIPPING SPRINGS. (To the Klltor at th Interior Journ&l. i'ubltuhcil TuchiUiuh and 1'tltlnvn rta.oo Lx:it anivuivx Wfcinpald atrlctly In advanco. If wo have to watt but titan. OU.no will be charged. W. P. WALTON. you are In arrears. li printed and timll in Tleies examine Ibo lata! ua which your name l lie amount tou owe If GEO. H McKINNErS FISH THE GIRLS. TRAP AND MINNOW . i- - BUCKET. Having luen Informei' that eomo parlies at Stanford oompiained that there wan loo College of Philosophy, Letters and Science, Richmond, Ky creat a diflarence between out weekly rateH snJ ilay rate, I take thu mothotl to ex-- , NEXT SESSION OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2, 1880. plain. My ternid are S7 per week for board, AHV.mWlES.-- A Full Family of able and expcrletcid Instructors. Comprehensl va couna nt' all tima over a week nt eatae rste', SI borough fir dudy ami IiiflneiireiInstruction. CoinpletciieM ol IhiIMIujs and apparatus. social 1 be community Isdlitimnilibt'l for its leiWd tultuto and hospitality day. Lew than 2 ilayn $2 per day, over 2 arrS men Una liomin in th.i hh-j- t runliira. Tounc nf .. . i. i.. .,. dayn SI 50 per day, unless the bill vrould Ilrnlthtiiliiess of Locatloiu-Iilchmis at an elevation ofl.OOOlee't dove the ca and frro ihmito more than a week's hoard, in an malarial intluenm. llltinTlil U I lin HAfHtr.nlili.il , amount ArCelllltllr! Itll ranl.a nf Hi. Cl.l. .n .1... 1.... r .. which case I never charge more than $7. OBASS region and Is wltliln a f;w hours by rail of Louisville, Cincinnati. Knoxvlllo and Chattanaoaa, MoJcrnte l.tpense,:-BoaIn tho Now Mejicrlal Hall, lighted br pas and heat.il hy tarn-- ic Feeding hone GO cents each, S5 per week, elfjant, comforablo homo-J-rd UJ 50 rcr annum, aud In tho best families from Jl to 51 per wetk ToiaE cvr-nrii3ni iur mo irn moutus, irom CIOOTO ;JH. $2 per week extra tat hitching up hones Kor lull information and catalogue, apply to I,. II. II f.,1 XTOX, It. . Cluincrltnr. ond CENTRAL UNIVERSITY- - ... a, c (Atloe M. llrndfonl Wo'ro ofton tolil fit vroful lny Of roorilovii-treddemother!; Tho fnthors, too, liavo hail their duy, And ditto nil tho brothor, Hut somehow lit tlilt calendar A few lniKirtniit fenturos Have boon otiilttud. Woll, in short, A V hero nru tho clrlnf ilonr creature. Tho elddy, ilulsy girl, Tho lllrty lazy Klrl. With nil their glRlo. bonux ami curb, Wo rntlior Ilka tho girls. n clo,ed M one enJhy hehe.d.U andatone .Id. is cut away the opening h, formed Wny cor emlby he reen D. MU, in the plcl T. WT"Pr , A, Bt IIoldlnK U II. Ulto r 1 H MC? , , h. inclined ring ''""'f 1 , the ere, ,, and the other p.BSe. through the ,lde eye, aero,, the front to! hold the cone in poaition. The mbino attracted hy the bait, nod their way through the opening, b, to the interior, and are prevented from pacing out by the p.. culiar shape of the eection G. When the of don' expect to thla kU10uo., irfl ,h' bor vo, will attend to vonr own horn-- , in which ptv nhing. I hira man by the month for this purpL. I me my ,e po.ted up in pi in view at front entra horand I ehirZe 21 cent, .imply for taking w,en you ilri.c up ere ,v M'ROBERTS, & Opera House Block, Drugs, uiieuucru, PalntM, ca-ey- ,, STAGG, MISTS, Stanford, Ey,, I Wo Of shallow Kttxl uiUiot Wblllni; sultry hour nwny; Hon they roxol In idoaiiioiiti. And thoy dawdle out tlytlr dnya. Oh lien ui lion refreshing Njw would 1k one vorl of praise T.ir tho .illy, lllght y Rlrl. Wilt s mo km1 mother rh and tell. In righteous lttdigtintlMl, That ovury daughter is not wall, Tho liaun of all creation; Teh lm ii dear one gantly kllpa And With uf tho maternal hardaughters nt crotiot, drudgo, lt nnii'r in ill e UTiinuer n. a Minnow being suQicient to keep the bait alive. This cjlind Trap, i .bait U placed ,n the cyl.nder and invention ha. been patented in the United the cap r put on. It can then be suspend- - State, and Canada by Geo II. McKiknev, 1 .u a horizontal pot,on in tha water bT Stanford, KT . ,IIV , tSLl to lo, r. ........ .....":C"J.,, r, .ti I : ."T Ur,7 Touelbedevicea, GARRARD SCHOOL MATTERS. 'J') the ixopU of School 1 Mr, ft So 21: IMilud your easy chair, e nisi ufian toft linger tlM Pun-ntImck your kilvory lialr. Oh, tho dear, liouMnlfely Ririal rt ' Tho dainty llnra, Mintiy nulla, Tho lca to low nnd tuoat. War " forevar from tha lioma, An I nrita tha liw you him, II w Jiv!nU tuaold ltanrtWXll Al, then. irbnpN rouM mUi e The fnlr. girl' aiif-all- Kv father. Wurq If tha ho r. wa Myitis feet, anbito; - They . mu t La n llxtura Uara, An I n w they frankly aijr, Th 'uU alcmatl. invar fear, r.- - li'Mand liara to tny. V hi-H from tho cob-wTi brain. An 1 laiuli nbftn you nra Mue Ii, .ir . f Miii.hlue, day of jnin. k I Well trv'tn h ii rr thrwgb With meiry, 'tawing lil, n t tatalr. 'li.4j. rn MMtaUuto IrtiN; irlrla, suvl , aonio- - tlmaa wall. T.p)'ra chanfaeldc. tlse irtrU. ADVANCE InThOTO PORTRAITURE. Lifting n ?Ir'lunll ltuanM Into I ho licnlm uf Trim Aft (Ihtraio Nvara.) W idarful n lm baaH tba rogrwH in r L 1 nrany alnoa tba day of I'riattlay' I n ' in , rnnant with tha I' " f rhlnrila i tllvar. It liaa nowr iva i f.i'ly ndinttt4 to lanmL ArtUU lii... i' t' racalra tha lhtoTalKir mt tlM iril. Thay daam him littlo mora They wj lii only rlnlm t! in u ntachiiih'. vi tii - mi artlit liai in hU nhility to hit M&ct wall und to nrrnnga Ilia uurtnhn in 1 KUndt'H ao tlmt tha jtrotr light may Tba iwt it all uiecban-Icu- l fnll f n the ttilijact Moiinver. thry tell tu tha rvtull of tiii work hi nrtitlr. Tha nbmnra uf wmothlnj;'' vanomly that ' mll.'d "Ufa," "nnturnlna,-- ' ate, umkai Hat, inacttniilcnl ami 'fool. tho The iMuels now niu.iely mada by the trustees of our reboot district and the county mperlntendtnt and the people of thediitrlct. The iwue i,- -a houe 2Jx-1fet, Mory, 12 feet ceilirg on a lot of ground 'elected by the tritett-ea- , containing three-fourtof an acre, or, more moner by taxation to buy a better lot and build a better house. The couuly mperintendent sajn he will permit the trustee, to build uch a hou.'e on that lot unleM the people will vote a tax of 2 cents en the J00 of taxable property in the district to raife moner to build a better hotMo on a better lot; and the trustee aiy they will build a houe on that lot utihn the tax is voted. Now it in for the people to asy wbetler they will permit the SDOO ther have given to be invented in that lot wid such a house or give a little more m,1 have auch a location and such a ho.u a. tht d .trict necda, dwerye. otuht to have, able to alTard and will bM,roud of. oter.. dy l.iinBl. ," l- indoM-nbfthl- a nt lt Ingle-i- , m.iki a nuuiLer of ucgntivai reproducing hk iijaiiy iliirorrnt DXprvabions of tho nibjct mil t il thi'in nil down, o to apank, Into lii, ultfiining whnt might bo onllwl tho jtU.j'ct'd nii'flii u.xprwalon or to ionk pr-hnin ira uccurntaly, the mingling of many cf tli'i tubji'Ct'a exproaflon-i- . Thnt this would make Urn photograph worn n i.i.ire ''natural" IIUmkxi can hunlly bo di ubtod, but thnt tha camera win over bo tn.vlo to tako tho plm'O of tha limy b i a r amenably doubto.1 as tha nutnuintlc Tche-itr)ii can e r lo made to oi ioriu tho finictluiu of nn orvhettra. It uuiy bo accn-ru- t , but it will alwayt lack tho "indeiciib-abl- o suini'thlng." i l Thu rueent oj)riniiU, howovcr, of n gontU nmn who onuillua with hi know of jiltolosrnphy tha imtlucU of an nrtut, ancourago him to iruhay that photography may lw lillail Into tha realm f true nrU Ho ny that hii oil (portrait U lictti r than n photograjtli only lx)cau. tho alutcr ntudlmi hl tuhjact undar dilTorent (tha liuinnu fact", liko pl.wi'5 if u coiiktAntly changing o it kali idMcup-3- , porta of fir nnd it tlm onaUad to iiiwr.al vspiuuilont into liU pk'Uiia, whilo tho ph itograph Ii ini(l)' a raproluction uf ono vij raaiun cnught in the llftoauth part of second. TLn gautlcnvin cUinu to 1m hU!, by n.i'Aiu at hU newly luvantatl t.ytin, to ax-pr- ." gt i pi of Ap)iiiinittnx. II x t'liiifcilontta t'or New York Bun.1 Tho two following diiya wuro occupiaJ In going through tho neceary form of and our common remains). in bivouac, and in Wednmday morning, lonvlng our muskotit Btnckod In tho field, wo dibnudoil. Tli'o going in tho tamo direct Ion fornwJ group), tho ollicars lotalniiig sldo arms and g accoutrement, nnl after n gonoral and gio.l.byo, oacli group took its tho farmown road homoward. Ab I yard of tho surrender, we btviivd to tako a farowoll look. Qroupi of men wore thorn, with ax nnd saw and spado. Tho applo tmi win down by tho roots, und inon wero cutTim e, 1 1 hand-shakin- ,M'l" !)' uud ting and digging and scrambling forn rout nant as a souvauir. 'lhU was tho apple troo of Appomattox, and ii no myth. It is truo that Uen. l.vo novor mot Gon. Grunt under any npplo troa. Thoy mot In n prlvnto houso somo distunco away, but tho surron-do- r wa-mndo from under that troo in writing. .11 in riitk'i DlicrliiilntUloii. Courier. Aihort tlmo hoforo liU doath Col. Jim Fik mado a comparison botwoon Now York o nnd Hoston. I was passing his Doston in Chostor square, when Tik canio down tho stops. Ho greeted mo In n familiar, lioarty manner, nnd, after n fow gonoral I said: "Wo don't sco jou vory often in Hoston noimdaya, Mr. Flk." '"No," was tho roply; "I ibn't feel qulto at homo hero. Tlicro's susU a dllToronoo botwoon Now York and Uoton, you know." 'In hotroiioctP I Uiqulrod. "Well, n good many. To tell a long story lu a few words, you Hoston ieoplo carry your sor.so up' horo," tupping his forehead. "Wo Now Yorkers carry ours here," jingling sohw coins in Ills pocket, to suit tUo action of tho wordi. . Hoston rosl-donc- you and the county uperinteudent, nor tie trutteos can't afford to go Inck on their promise if they wanted to and we hare no idea they want to or wilt 'rant U; then oonoider the matter well, know what VO'i are doing and do right. If you don't vole tie tax, rour rimiaon fchool koue, of which tou h.ve a tlftlli to Im proud, Hill br Mduted to a email, unsighfJr affair, not l.rg,, enough to hold ono half the rcholnrsin the district; it can't p;,ibly hold over 100 and there are 2:12 in the district. Tno lot on which that HttW, house is proposed to be put Is in the shape of a right angle triangle (irtavlv, e or as in old tluu-- war cnlled a cut or in reality i, in the shape of a trapezoid the base of which rests on and runs with what is known nnd railed the old Djnlap jond and the hypothrou or long side of the trapezoid borders on run! run? with the Lexington and Lwic,iiter turnpike between the two poiuta at which the pike make most beautiful curved, one a little abrupt it is true, but the other very graceful indeed, with a long stretch of pike north of the lot which would give a very excellent view of the schcol house to ne going into Lnrcislcr on the Lwcjpgton pike. It is hard to (ell just wLrvt the houieould betetiquaro with If it sits square with the pond it wou'd be rntucor-nere- d to the pike, if to' fri'itiro with the pike the Grit tro idle wetild b which rnrl of the pike it ought to he tquare with aud with any agreed put then It would be di- agonal with all the other parto of Qia pike in sight of it nnd of! of fquaro or line with every house, fenco or pond. In the neighborhood. It must be remembered that the hvpothenuto if that be the right name for the longest fide of the cnl cr the long eide of the trapezoid, is not exactly a straight line becntioe it runs with the centre of the pikeao far (hat the north of it partakes in a measure or enters into the graceful curves of tho piTce Above described more or lea?. That pond is one of the time honored institution, of the town and has pieced through many trials nnd tribulation). It bus been oyerfhwed nnd dried up alternately in winter and summer, filled by the waihing of tha surrounding lands, cleaned out and filled up and cleaned and walled up, walls fall down and fixed up and fall down again, cows get stuck in it, hogs wallow in if, negroes get drowned in it, Wonderful thing, have happened to and about that pond, arid last, but not least, there is strong talk and has' been for quite a while, of having It drained under condemnation as a malarial nnjrnnce; it is cot fit for stock water and fab. can't live in it and it produce malarial polaon by reason of the decaying deposits of vegetable mvter washed and grown therein; then why not drain i ? The house cai.'t ha set on the lot without being south and east of that pond. Mr. Z F. Smith and A. J Smith in their school manual mjt "If a school-bouB- e stands on the north or Mt of wet aud inarsnv ground the H0Uth-wwinds aill bear the mU,matio ami poi,on-ousgi'direct to the pupils nnd tho result will he malarial sickness (n various formr. f the ground around tho premises ahown Innig-nificant nine-pencnine-pencse, t .m jwntiriiiuiinir iibdu iif isir piT I ! referred .o ? r i i .i that nothing is further from his intention, than to try to injure m, bu I show him how ud art hi, talk i,. He our .ccoBinod.il on. are all tb could be desired, only that ho thinks the diQerence ia too great. He nays to the party to be low and wei there will often be otagnant whom he wa, talking that he could eend water and vegetable decay to produce like his wife up there for a week and her bill rceultn' District No. 24 can furnish a was only $7, but if I g3 up Jand etsy all more healthy and sightly location. Voters, ntght and a day my bill is almost as much. be cveful that she doe, it and that your Below I give you his bill while here. common school in made what it can and To conveyance from Crab Orchard 50 cts, ought to be. The election is to be held aupper, lodging, breikfa,!, dinner, tippet, Au?. 21th, 1SS5. Citizen. lodging and breakfast 3 60, paid for keeThe President Speaks His Mini. ping his brother's horse all night SI, total One of the recent incidents in the Pres S3. Now where is there a local hotel in Kentucky where his bill would have been idenl's expsrience with political applicant teems thus far to have escaped observation any les, nnd will he please remember that and report. President Cleveland received a this is only a Summer Hotel and that tho letter dated "Cincinniti. July 21th. ISSj." fea,ou only lasts a few months in the year. in which tho writer eayt: "This commti. You come up here to have a nice time and nity read the announcement of the judge- - Tt'id day or two of recreation and pleas-shiwith astonishment and and regret, if Ufe, cn'lyou niljrd to pay a, much a, not pain, and none were more attonished vou l' vour home hate!, anl that too thnn thov: who had signed hie petitioc; and wnen our ''"J ar o'y l much as 1 rezret tonay that my name is to be found J'011 lny Rt other w.verinj; place, by the lltltln it. I llftffA rfilkail ja.nr.1 ft..n. .1...... Wpk. O.lr 111 nf tra trhlla ho wli ham who ! kao- - l0 be unfl b,u f a oluttl)n) ehickeai fi,h( vege. hj ,Dc!lljed one ,hJllkl,)B lt woul, con.jdl:rej tables of all kiads, bananas, bc and not for one moment believing tho up. Ph"". watermelon,, ice cream, cake, and w " awv a. a . a n DIUTU 111 evervthine" that' one oonld" wiah. r.n rant." "" ' , ... . nt i. certain r nnl ton tn.,r.V, tnr o l and hoped though it would reult to noth- this kind, and where a party occupies n a room one night we always change tie ing. ' bedding and in t weekly baarder it is only To thi, the President replied: necemry to ctnae um belJtog once k "Wasiiikhtos, Augti.t 1, 1SS3. Deau ir: -- 1 have read rour letter with amaze week. Conidering the nic time .that the ment and indignation There i, but one gentleman hid with the young ladies while mitigation to the perfidy which your iPtter here bought not lo hive complained even oi co. ,h the fact that ii ni, oiii nui uen iu Who iihx ? Repectfully, ya " in it I don't know D. G. Slauohtku. whether tou area denncrat or not, but if P. S Don't forget that I kcp open unyou are, the crime which ou confesi is moreuopirdonablj. The ide that this til the 1st day of Ouober, nnd that Septema IminUtration pledged to give the people ber i, the turn: desir.ible month in the better government ind better officers nnd to viit .i watering place. 1 have letter engaged in a hand to hand fight with the from putit from London, Hustonville, bad element, of both parties, should be be- Stanford, Lebanon and Kichmcnd, Ky,, D. G. S. trayed by those who ought to be worthy of who are coming next week. Implicit trtu', is atrocious, and such treaBucklen's Arnica Satve. son to tho people and to the party ought to TUG UEsT ri.VLVi: In tha world for Cuti, be punished by imprisonment. n ItruUrj, gores, L'lceri. Silt itUcuin, Kcvrr Sorea, Your come, too late to be of immediate Tcttor, Chaned II all, Cblltjlalai, Coras and all cure, no Eruptions, ue to the public service, and I can only Skinrequired. It nnl ivosltlvoly1 to K've I'ilrs, orsat perfect pay li Riiraates Hay thnt wailo thi, is not tho first time liljctlon, or money rolunJc-l Prlee 25 cents per I Inve bjea deceived and mi,led bv lying Ijoz. Kor wlelij- - 1'enny & McAIIiter. and treacheroui representation you are tho A Walking Skeleton first one jtlnt ha, so frankly owned his Mr. V. SpriiiTtr, cf Mcchanlohurj, I'a , writes grievous fault. If anr comfort is to be ex- "I wmarttlcted ttli lung fever and absent on tracted from this assurance you ar wei lonis as I r Juie-- l to a uoMnii tktltloit Ciota free trial battle of Dr. Kluu's New Disrore'ry for Coa come to it. Your truly, n (j " n9 niow U,e bSU- i in unman e ?&rd ,0 .. f. e. Ti. party .. BEALE118 IN .11 u ten Wall Piiper, Wines. BnnkH, r.tfiiiir In(riiniiientff, Stiitionery, L'iuurH. Pnckei NoupH, OilH. Tobaccos ;iitlry, LninpH, Perfumery, Fire Vrini, Vltichin Our JcvrelrT. SUvcrwaro and Ontlcal Ooods DcnnrtniGut I, In rimrarn nt Thos. lilchards, who vrlll Ilcpalr Watches ami Clocks promptly nnd lu tho lMt stylo. Needle; cs. . TATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY" Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Normal bcnooi, Military lacucs ana uommerctai course of study. Ta.i ' Flftoon Profossors and Instructors. COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. 1 ir Catalogue anl begins Ncpt. jtll, 18H5. ot r Information ,ddre;s JAMES K. PATTERSON, Mi. ., r.exliiictoii, Kentucky. Kth Annual Session begins in. In uiaan icxpcnonctj Atf-tho fani iiu rcclon unrlva led lor Leautv ami ncilin 1 nannln? trroanasw 1'ull Kacultv. lompteto course. Popular with all SuuthtrjM - GEQHGET6WN lowfovUrst-tlasscollcBA-1- sftCOLLECfig ItC-. p anaaliaJytfrMc'. l'uccs cr. lA'Krttuof U. S., A. U..amt A.M., annterreil Iicforert--tiding tend lor catalogue to it. ax. uvuLiiix, jj. u. ? OPODiTPTtrfll!s; wm 1 1 a . "' Masonlieiincr's Uestaurant OrroTa DANVILLE. - Cocbt-Uol's- k I .....,,... ,,...... - ,., bft ,. ont, - KENTUCKY, W 'r-- ; SA J " rzsi . lljBHIt- -T ,.-,,- l.,.i ml Mpala are nerved at all hoiKi. (iauo always on hand and In ita season, oysters fresh fish, and elm-ila- r delicacies served In all styles and nu short notice, look out for the aleu "Woottblna Restau rant" and call when you are hungry. fc II A SO MI EI. 11 F. 4 i&YJiisHiV U. Eli "., Danville, ky. r f.S-- V i iM Ifyg&ug&m. A . - i.oJiSSOZ viJt-.ffI PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSIC, Ac Hw We nreKn afir the old an.l reliable Johu Church Co . of CIncIunntl. Ohio, for the sale of PI. aniM, ejrjtni, Automatic Mush, jl Instruments anl .NluilfU jifrciiinauj in i.incim aim itarraia cciiniies, Kentucky .Vontlilll I'llllllivnts reeelvcl until pilJ for riir Itrst stiincliiril n rlros., Co, mtll.cfs win n.nabeA Kew Kngland Planoi, Decker A I.vcrm and lolloa-- . eltbtr u.rlht i.r'uato. IuUrana the n it j maters Cloiijh .V Warren, J. hn Church A Co. anl the Sierlliuc, with tha patcut Uaz-lio- it iKdl i d"cI';ml 7rre ya Iho CVf'Mff.'ii,an Autouiitlc Musical In. strtimcnt, e most ixjrfcct in the world. Illustrated catalogues tent tree to all who apply, alio tho best rciercj from thosa who have bought and tried any of the above muilcil instruments Adlress us at Stanford, Ky. 37-l- Ihlmr Hells Attitvlimvnt. S. It. A3 l J. t'tiOli. l)lnrrhira,I)fcnte rj, Crmnp.Ciill aX tit towel tir:tlini, as! tutorial tin llttu on tnffrrluf lalU nra tbt ijitn from lh elect! or iiihim. Jraa drtltiit " eole by all OriiBatt ot 50 eentt a liotlte. Ivr.r For the BOWELS, imt Sultan Ir. lltsaera IIucLIebcrry Coraial It tilt n B0 RD1AL H5-wc- LOGS WANTED. I will pay the highest price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and con-fesio- TfijIor'wClii'roheeHriTird) nrSireetpnin will cure Oiuctn. froup and nnil .Miilli-ll'rlco I3f. and !l n botrte. lion lor sale by Dr. A L EOOR.VK, SUntett- - Gkover Clcvei.kno" n dollar bottle. After uilug thno buttles, found inywltonco taorea man, completely reitored to A runaway mitch i, the late-rHewntion bfaltb, with a heart r nppetite and a gain lu lesu in Webster, Jaoki-ocounty, X. C. Oicu of ti joicils" Call Ht lVony & McAIlitet'i Drug 15. Coward e'.opel with Miss Utnma Lonj. toreaud get a free trial liott;e cf this cure for al1 t n maiptlou, which did me to uiuchgooJ I bought Hickory Logs deliver-- 1 ed at any station of the L. & N., K. O. or O. S. R. R. J. OTTENHEIMEf.. Crab Orchurd, Ky. Art yon ' one of the prettiest girls in the county Tho marriage licence wa, issued bv the young lady herself. Her father, who i' County Hegi,ler of Died, had left several blank liiene, at the houe with hi, name already signed to them, so thtt if any one should come for a licen,e while he wa, out of town some member of tie family could fill out the blank, over bis signature. His chughtersecured one of these blanks and tilled it out herself. She i, not yet four- teen yeir9 of age my expert- encein prolonged scientific investigation convince, me that a belief in God a God who is behind and within the chaoa of van- ishing points of human knowledge-a- dd, a wonderful stimulus to the man who at tempts to penetrate into tha religions of the unknown. Of myself, I may say that I never make the preparation, for penetrating into some small province of nature hitherto undiscovered without breathing n prayer to tho Being who bides His secrets from me only to allure me graciously on to the unfolding of them. Professor Ag- - Luu8 P'wei V. targt Ionics gl li r Drain, Ncrrn.Rt'Mrvh, Ijrcr, Kidneys, Cures Lungs. An Um.juiltdI&Tij-vant- . Headache, Tever. Aotp. C'ldlbj. TOMIO, Nico to take, truo try 'VcuV IlEiLTn a pure, cl an, wholesome Thousands Say So Atkltu, Qlrard, Ksn., writes: "I nev er hetltato to reeomuignd your Electric Ultteri to tas custoiutn. They giro cntiro satltlacllou and are rapid sellers." Electric Dlttcrs aro tho purest and hot medicine known and will positively cure Kidney aud Utcr complaints. Purify tho blood and regiibto the hotels. Ni family caaallordto ho without tticui, Ther will save hundreds cf dollars In doctors' bills every y ar. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Penny A McAIIiter. Mr. T. CISnPEllEiO Only Line via if ", j DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. TORPID.. LIVER, gl."t)ier i)ot., 0 mtnt,unenaitcdfor nnd WASHINGTON, Baltimore, Philadelphia York City, HUH TUBOfllU- Night and Nov j 1:. S. zvlx, Jersey City, If. tors.w,nt unifims.n J U. a A. m i will franklv ion you that ' ,'..,, tbllcI,r,..butI i,aTc not a gray bair lu my bejul, and yet (aid toaay) i am fifty atd a day. ltcocntly my hair was not only uulto gray hut In 'iuUe thtn.too. Parker's iutriiuisaiii-uiai- le wonder, tor m.. Try it York. Iihlnk-d- U if you have occasion. It really docs what I say anj rMtorel ,he coior ni,0... Not a d.o, not greasy, hljhly peifuuud. Only reliable SOctut dreutug. Not a Single Gray Hair, " You may laugh and think ruo a Tain thing," wilte, Mrs. J. Il.C.orSan Francisco, to a frltud , Pullman Cars. Only I.lno via ; r jdneylJriiiaTi, Buchu-Paib- a tho llladder, IntLtmmatlon.Irritationof Kid-ua 3 and Hlailder, Btotk) cr Oravel of tho Prostate Cland, liropeleaJ Siu'lllnsn, Temale Diseases, InconUn-etie- e of Urine, nU Dlseiisesof tho Organs In either sex. Tor Unhealthy or Unnatural DIscUirtres uso also "Chapln'a injection leur." each 1 1. For SVl'IIII.IS, cither Cuntr.etwl or hertilitary taint, ujo Chapln'a Constitu-- , thn Hitter Kyrup, SI.OOjht bottle, and, S.' fcj nndCha-ChaplirsSriihUItlcIIlN pin's Syohilltio Balve. f 1.0). 0 lxtUca Svriip. S of lllls, 1 8alv by Express on ncnlto-Urinary 1- - Itlcliiiiftml, Old Point Ctmirorl (IlvKCla' ' Hold) anil XcMiiort Xt'trs, lu connection with Old Uguilnliu iteamihlpi to Itrm.irhnble Cure of Catarrh of ei assiz. Toordinary people with ordinary 1,-H- eyes and under ordinary circumstance,, there are in the heavens l stars. Of theM f only (rrely so many) aro visible atocetiuie There are 4,121 stars of the sixth magnitude, and the few people who are blessed with "normal" sight might on very iavcrau;e nignis see auout uuu etars if all the aixth magnitude stars were near tho horizon. How many atiw you can see depend, upon your eyes. There are many millions no one knows how many millions, b every increase in leletcope power reveals more. one-hal- Consumption Cured And Merchants and .Miners Steamship I.tne to An old physician, retired from practice, having bad plaieJ In his hnuJs by an East India mlsilon-ar- y tho formula of a simple regulable remedy for Through Trains freui Winchester, Ky., to llm aiiacl v an.l nurmnnnt rum nf Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma and all Throat and KANAWHA FALLS, Lung Atlectlons, alsia poiltlvo nnd ra Ileal euro WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS Nervous debility and all Nervous Complaints, for aftr having tes ed Its wouJerful curative powirs And other Vliglula Springs and I'ieaure lu thousands of eases, has felt It his duty to mat lt kR,rn l0 hu "ufiu8 fellows. Actuated by Hunting, Kh'ilnt,', ILitlilnK' and this motive and a desire to relieve human sutler- - creation lor tho tourlet, luvaild or all kin Is nf re- sporumau ,, frce of chargei t0 M who dMlro ,Dg( , wlIl This lino runs through tho Alleghany Mouii-taluoa tho banks ol beautiful rlvrrsnni terml-iia- tf ft) tni, r(C,,0l in eicrmau, Fnnch or Ecgllsh, oa with ftill directioaa for preparing aud using. Bent u:l" '7 W''"lnit 1" m, naming this Ottcrvatlon Cars SKA Trains. I'.i.cnlir flr.i on Day luper, V'. A. Noyes, 119 Powers Block, Iloches- - class tickets good for r and all tan ha com- v or lull Inrorma I'inm wiinoui extri expense, tlon, rates at Hotels, analysis ofM auiboips catauuu p.ujikdv, 3 puiiuvo iViaSSsja? l"iBlBS '"'"' ,"c, Tekets, Ac, laiion, cure for Catarrh, Dyphthcrla aud Caul cr Mouth. W. H. Mcltonr-RTS-, W. H. WHirTI.RiHV, Tor sal br Penny A McAIIiter Tloket Agent, Trar. faiseugcr Ast fiianford, Ky. Louisville. Ky. AUEYJU MADB MtiEKABLE by ludlgas. O. W. N311T11, II. W. yULLKH. Manager, ejan'l I'an'r ig't eJsn'l tlon, Conitlpatlon, Dlzilnass, Uis of Appelttt, Utchmnnd. Vtrelnla. Yellow fekln? Sbiloli's VltallMr l, a oiltlv D.O. EDWARDS, cuta. l'ertMiloby Penny A MeAIUter. Cincinnati, 0. Wes'ern IMtfencei-ueut- . uea'J BOSTON. I rrt.vlptnf.t000,rrntrru!sw. I' H. lij&amimmxsw"za Wrr.T. Jer-e- r Citr. N. J.. U. S. A. s ' ' s, I THE SHORE. 1 ttop-orc- i Men Think they know all about Mustang Lin- tment. Few do. Not to know 13. not to have. ' i tei-aaiechlalnttriorlonr- ual Stanford, Ky August P. WALTON. 11, 1385 9. Oon statistical friend of the Somerset JlqiMitan Is again to the front, cilltojr us "democratic authority." We will en. dtator to eurme the attacks of caustic wit with which our cotemporary overwhelms u, cd to wear, in becoming modesty, our be title of "wise man. If there, however, maxims, there be other folks who truth in are belter entitled to this designation than the- editor of this provincial journal. "Wise ntn," we are told, "sometimes change; sola rertr." Is it on this principle that democratic ADzao people who were lauding management in '71-- 2 and in '75, fnMucial hute since been afflicted with a charjgt? We only ask this question in a general sort oT way, expecting our readers to consider it, if t all, abstractly and with no "reference to allusions." But why does our quote "demccratic official?" la there not too much rottenness in the The celebration of the opening of tho democratic pirty to entitle her public rep. not give us L. A N. bridge across the Ohio at Hender meotnt'ms to credena? Why was one of the grandest events in the waethintf from a purer source? Why son history of the place and tho people fairly drink from a muddy pool when gurgling outdid themselves in their efforts to enterjxings are bursting all around m? Has that it can not tain their guests, who numbered into the iheg.o. p. fallen so low thousands. The bridge is 3,200 feet long, furnish a witness who would be believed rests on 1G piers 250 feet long, except tne oH o&th? If theee things be true which across the channel which is 525 feet you republicans charge, why have not your span in the world, and 103 J representatives in tho Legislature, all these in length, the longest above low water, enabling the highest boats jcar.i past, made an effort to rectify them? stage of water. Its Hare they introduced a single bill, advo to pass under in any The bridge will play offered a single cost was $1,S60,000. cated a single measure or ' between nDition to rectify them? You need not an important part in commerce St. Louis North and Southwest. It puts minoriuaswer that they have been in tho competition with ty. Their mouths have never been gagged. and Chicago into direct libjrty has never been restrained, Louisville for the Southern and SoutheasttTaeir all the 'liieir thoughts, if they had any, have had ern trade. The' bridge connects Evans-ville- , expres-wo- t; railroad systems entering at or near room to play and to find birth in on the north bank of the Ohio, with bat they have sat by, like an Hen- -' child, mouthing and pouting and the Louisville A Nashville railroad at dereon, thus making the shortest and most paling because another boy has got as big and the of pie as it haw. If things have direct route from St. Louis, Chicago your noees, why didn't Northwest to Nashville, Chattanooga and gam wrong under perfects the L yon say 83 at the time? Why didn't you the Southern seaboard. It & N. Bystem and is exclusively a railroad point out the defects of legislation as it was ui bridge. tsuHpiriug, or suggest the remedy for all you say is true, direlectioe? If Those persona who sign petitions withyour dumbness, your out regard for the fitness of the person or tnsa, your blindn9, laziness or whatever you may choose to the merit of the case involved should read President Cleveland's terrible arraignment call it, is susceptible of but one of two both; either of an individual of that clas?, which appossibly, however, your people didn't have brains enough to pears on our first page. His contempt is discern the wrong, or honesty enough to expressed in the strongest terms and while Every day we condemn ill Certain it is that the silence Bsvere is no less merited. vocal in comparison with see men's names to petitions endorsing per of a tomb atone is the republican mutes and dummies who sons of known intemperate habits as sober inve for the past fifteen or twenty years and reliable, and if the officer charged Legislature with their appointment were to give them . represented; in the Kentucky s is the place asked, these very men would be the great party of which folks." Wherefore oh the case of the first to cnticizj the action and abuse white your own making" out are you not parliceps him for it. This promiscuous signing of petitions is a very bad business and we ennunis? Sid the Captain in her Majesty' slovenly subordinate: "I have about arrived at the conclusion to thFoot to a am no friend to extravagance, Ensign Cut- sign none ot tnem, as wortnieaa pernaps ler buck; but, for God's sake, show us an as our signature may be. We had as lief almost for a man to ask us to go his securi inch of clean lines!'' In the Aa we anticipated when writing our for- ty in bank aa to sicn his petition. mer article in answer to the conundrums one case we stand good for his pay, in the of the Republican, explanations do not ex- other for his character, fitness and sobriety, plain; and so the same old queries, in about and are in either responsible for him. the same language, are fired at us again. To the brimming cup of uorrow caused Why doesn't one answer do you? Do you by the death of his lovely wife, has been really misunderstand, or do you only feel added another drop, and John A. Haldeman that pluck and mettle demand of you that is called to mourn the death of his first and yon shall come back ajain, and yet you only child, Adelaide, which occurred at don't know exactly how to do it? Once for Crab Orchard Friday last of dysentery. We all, then, on theee points, understand that, saw him as he sat by its little coffin in the ia 1875, with the same rat& of taxation, baggage car as he was taking it to Louisthe assessed value of the property in the ville to place by the side of its mother, State was $98,444.34 more than it was in and as he tenderly lifted a handkerchief 1S71. Therefore the Sheriff' commissions from its face, which was of exceeding beaum the former year exceeded the Sheriffs' ty even in death, great tears of grief rollcommissions in the latter by $18,054.76. ed down his cheeks and his frame was Iikewke the compensation to assessors, su- shaken with emotion, which, strong man pervisors and county clerks was increased as he is, he could not suppress. It was inm the same proportion and for the same deed a sad spectacle to see this loving favalid reason. Bat that which affected the ther pass under the rod of a double affliccomparative results more strongly than tion and our sympathies were deeply arousworthing else was the fact that the ed. God grant him strength to say: "The 1871 amounted in round numLord giveth and the Lord taketh away, bers to $100,000 and in 1875 to $170,000. blessed be the name of the Lord." Now with this data before him if the editoThe Louisville lima' Washington corr-el the Republican can't comprehend the explanations given now and heretofore, respondent says that Capt. D. A. Murphy tbea we commend him in sorrow, though is one of the rascals shortly to go and that not m those who "sorrow without hope," his guess ia that W. E. Grubbs, of Boyle, to the watchful care of a Knight of the will step into his place. If there is any Ital and Primer, located and doing business meaning in the term offensive ptrtiean it about the "bent" of Buck applies in every sense to Murphy and if he tomewhere is not made to go, no other rascal nead fear Creek. that he will lose his office. We understood 3fcnc long drawn out contest for the powhile in Danville Friday though, that lities of Barveyor of the Port of Louisville Murphy claims that he is as solid in bis snded and J. T. Gathright, a successful position as is the rock of Gibralter, because osrcbaot and manufacturer of that'eity, is Joe Blackburn had told him he was unshewaner over a dozsn apparently equivocally for bis retention. But even applicants. He was a captain the mighty Joe can not hold him down and the Federal army and since the war has Murphy must go. in It is a shame that such a errad one term as State 8entor. The a Cjl. J. K, creature has so long been allowed to draw be geta is now held by the public pap, when there are so many betFanlkner, of Garrard. ter and more deserving men, ready to fill AxruTYold whelp of a preacher, one the place Hoffman, of Hillsboro, III , is receiving ELECTION ECHOES. taae notoriety now because of his conunThe Oensbaro Mezicnytr says: "Babdrum. "Why was Oen. Grant taken and left? ' Bat the Rsv. Hoffman bitt is a crank of the queerest type and his Jeff Davi to antics in the Legislature will be amusing w not the only little cuss that has tried is only for a day until tbey became tiresome." -irot to the front, but it It is said that Mr. Rose, the republican ndia the language of the Louisville Tints in Whitley, ii inelegi-bl- e nrge, "Let us have patience and we representative-elec- t re to the office by reason of his holding the have peace." hll position of storekeeper in the revenue serAteb life's fitful fever Gen. Grant rests vice and that another election will have to ell. And now that hia body has been be held. XAsigned to tho tomb, we hops the news-.ape- ra Now that FontaineFox Bobbitt is to will let the living also rest well for a represent Lincoln county in the Legislariille. The amount of rot that ha been ture, we may look for eome expensive perminted in connection with the General's formances, the like of which even the ertie, death and suffering ia nauseating. ratic John D. 'White has not been guilty e Maj. Blackbukh now wants to of. We estimate that his mouth will at least fifty thousand dollars of id doorkeeper of the National ITouse, The leans for office seems to spring eternal in of the Legislature' time. f Din ville Advocate Ae Blackburn breiit. pre-t5o"two-thirddelin-qaeaciea- in pa-td- suae nd quoting with intentest approba-lio- n, this country ha ever witnessed was that attending the Grant obsequies at New York Saturday. The procession wa more than ten miles long and in it were all the well known civil and military, men of the country, including a vast number of those who had stool up against Grant in battle, both as officers and privates, Besides the military and civil parade, the President, and members of the Cabinet, Senators, foreign ministers and retired army officers preceded the catafalque in the procession, while the family, Gen. Sheri dan and staff, the covernors of 14 states and the mayors of a dczn large cities followed. It took five hours for the remains to reach their last resting place in Riverside Park and a million of people must have been in the procession or viewed, it by the way. Tho demand for elevated places along the route was very great, windows renting for S75 and one balcony holding only 15 persons bringing S 400. It was a big thing for New York and the skylocks reaped a full harvest. Memorial services were held in all the lending cities in the Union during the day and honors shown the memory of the decjased such as no American's had ever before been honored. Vice-Preside- nt The grandest memorial pigeant that GEO. O. BARNES. Tho Devil tho Author of All Evil and at tho Bottom of Vesuvius. ALWATH l'RAININO TUE JLOItlK "PnosrECT Point," Landooh, N. Indu, June 27th, enjoyment of the same blessings," as tho old "Complete Letter Writet" says and it couldn't say it better than that. "The rain it raineth every day," but we aro not weary yet of the down pour, which is doing so much good to parched India. One development of the early Modsjoh is not agreeable. There is a tiny insect on wings, called here a "sand fly" like a rounded motquito and nearly the same size, but with an exasperated venom of stinging This power no mosquito ever possessed, villainous blood sucker is on us in force and we are all sufferers in various degrees. George, especially as Bhe eits in front of me while I write, looks as if Buffering under a or measles, so mild attack of chicken-po- x is she "perpered" by this little numerously pest's active proboscis. But this is a very small spot in our eunbright life at Prospect We aro having delightful Bible Readings twice a week, one for the eoldiers, the other for the benefit of the Landour civilians. Gradually getting into a little work. Praise the LORD for this narrow "open door." A wider one will follow in due time. We have had a disastrous earthquake (felt here slightly) just above us in Cnh-methe beauteous vale of many a song and story. The terrible convulsion occurred on the 30lh of May and the full returns of the catastrophe have just come in. Horrible total: Loss of human lives 3.0S1; 8,000 cattle and horses; 25,000 sheep and goats; 70,000 dwellings demolished. The wave of destruction ran up and down the Iheluui river for SO miles from 8irinuggur, the capital of Cashmcer, to Dhoputta. It is terrible. Cashmeer lies about 210 miles cr happy" and "hope all our friends are in the Dear Intekioh. We are "all 1SS5. well and Point. north-eas- t of this. thoughts on the "Surgeon's Knife" so familiar to all who have pondered the aubject of human Buffering. It illustration, when our God n is a is charged with the authorship of pain and misery. I hope it mav be helpful to some. inr. "8onaEOs'a ksife." We hear again and again that God hates Bin, but loves the sinner." Thia is really the Bpinal column of the "great salvation," yet how little truly known m Truth. It is like the kindred word "Grace," oftenest uied and least known of all the heavenly-earth- ly vocabulary. Yes, God "hates sin" and is diligently engaged in hunting it out of Hia kingdom into everlasting banishment to the realm of darkness. If in so doing pain and suffering come to any of his wretched creatures in whom it finds a willing or unwilling lurking place, He shares all the suffering in deepest, truest sympathy or suffering with them. And this explains the kind "Surgeon's Knife," bo often quoted against "God is LOVE and nothing else" as proving that Fatherly love brings pain for our good. Not so. He hunts out diseased tissue and cuts deeply if need be, to eliminate the hateful excrescence, which elee would affect the healthy puts. If suffering comes He bears that, with us, entering bis own sympathy to share our pain not inflicting nor appointing, nor choosing it, for a moment. Only hating it indeed, as he does the disease that is the cause of it. These sympathies are the compensations, given to ease the anguish. Can God send pain and then compensate for it by siifler ing with us and sharing our misery as He always does' Wehayenota High Priest who cannot be tohched with a feeling of our infirmities. Paul's "thorn in the flesh" was an "infirmity;" as he sayB, "I will glory in my infirmity that the power of Christ may rest on me." That was the compensation that more than exceeded the suffering. A compensation forbids the thought of His eending it. Ever in Jesus, Geo. O. Barnes. I send a few well-wor- at Intervals, that wickedness paralyzes even His almighty arm, so that retribution must have its way in spite of His longing to Nor can He save that is not his fault. be charged with ordering or periuiiuug it. Man places himself by his own voluntary act beyond the pale of Almighty grace and power to save. I can now look at all judgment in no other light than this. Think of this awful "breathing hole of hell," gentle reader; that eighteen centuries (that we know of) has been, at stated intervals, belching out upon wretched man and htlpless beast its stored up projectiles; red-ho- t stones of varying sizj and weight, hurled to a height of 2,000 feet and falling in scattered horror to spread destruction and terror tar and wide, its lava not simply "red hot," but 2,000 Fahrenheit, pourastream 1,000 ing down the mountainside yards wide and 20 feet deep; its volumes of smoke and ashes, rising 4,000 feet, turning day into night with the dense overhanging land and sea; its suffocating exhalations, quenching life for many miles away, as the chronicles tell in Pliny the Elder perished thus at Caitellamare, ten miles or more from the bass of tho mountain, while watching the eruption of A. D. 7i) that engulfed Pompeii and Herculint una. it seems 10 me nun ui(iuriuy iu say that God. who sent His Son into the world to save it and bids his messengers go swiftly N. E. S. and W. to tell "every crea-lurthe good news of an accomplished redemption, is, at the same time, raining red-h- ot stones on. their helpless heads to emphasizs tho message of mercy. No! no! Paley's never answered argument of the watch comes in here, if I need logic instead of LOVE (which, thank the LORD I do not) and when I find certain unknow ing agencies moving towards the working out of certain ends, I instinctively look behind these unintelligent forces to an intelligent designer. If the forces work towards good results, and are good in themselves, I ascribe them to a good designer. If evil and working evil I place them to the account of an evil author. I will not call evil gocd, because by grace, the LOVE that gives an only begotten Son, can "oveicome evil with good." That is another thing, though commonly the two propositions are confounded thus making "bluer, sweet" and "darkness, light" and introducing "confusion worse confounded" into the moral government cf God. I hold, ever, that evil is evil and not "good in disguise." And the devil is at the bottom of Vesuvius stirring up its boiling lava, and heating its fiery ecorim to torture wretched men and unoffending animals. ITo bkCohtisckd.1 pall-cloue" ,JL To Our Friends & Patrons: Beginning with July 1, 1885, we announce our third year's business in Stanford. Our trade has been far beyond our expectations; a gradual increaso month after month, We take this opportunity of thanking you for your very liberal patronage and assure that in our various branches our motto shall be "The Best Goods for tho Least Money." Again thanking you for favors, we hope to see all of old customers and many new ones in tho coming year. Ecspectfully, BRIGHT CURRAH.; NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. DIARY CONTINUED. Jaus con-sam- Naples. Feb. 25, '85. We had snatches of sleep in the train last night, but nothing Dear Newbery sound and consecutive. himself to cover me with his blanrobbed ket, in "the chill before the dawning, between the night and the morning," thinking I was asleep and noticing I was not well muffled. Just like'the generous soul he is. At last the gray of early daylight broke, soon turning to a rosy glow, as the sun neared his glorious rising, in a cloudless sky. The train was approaching Naples and the first sight that greeted our eyes was the one we most wished to behold. Vesuviusl A long, thin streamer of brown vapor was stretching from the crater'i mouth to the farthest horizon. When the sun rose, the brown of the dusky fume changed to a clean bluish white a free. Our cloud like banneret-float- ing eyes were simply glued to the majestic tic mountain stately and grand ob a mountain, unutterably fascinating as the glowing volcano of chlldih studies and maturer dreams of trtvel. But for its known hibtory of horror, who could imsg-In- e that that peaceful looking patriarch of the pretty range of which it etanda the terminus, could have so much mischief in its seething, blistering depths. It comes nearer, just now, to emulating the "smooth deceitful eea" that leaves its base than anything elee I can think of. At any mo ment either may be lashed to fury, by "the prince of tho power of the air," and the "king of tho darknesi" of the infernal depths -- scattering detth and destruction broadcast. No one can persuade me that my dear, Loving LORD, has anything to do with such diabalical agencies save to restrain them, as far as unbelief and rebellion la man will allow Him to do so. If, red-dish In Spain, 45,105 people have died of cholera. Hannah Vaughn, colored, aged 115 years, died at Alphanetba, Ga , Sunday. F. R Feland, late of thii county, is now associate editor of the Anderson .Vetee. Two negroes and one white man were legally hung Friday at Favetteville, N. C, for murder. Collectors of InterOf the eighty-fiv- e nal Rjvecue, President Cleveland has appointed seventy. Attorney General Hardin succeedtd in getting three of the most objectionable men off the Rowan grand jury. The Civil Service Commiwion decides that Postmaster Jones, of Indianapolis, has not violated the law in making appointments. J. A. Shank, a Henderson merchant, was murdered Saturday by a man whom he tried to eject from bis store for bad behavior. The Department ot State has notice that the Austrian Government positively' declines to receive Mr. Kelly as United States Minister. Near Fafayelte, Ala., William Hancock, Sr., and hie eon, William, quarreled over a business transaction and a shooting scrape resulted, in which the father was instantly killed. J. B. Fletcher, who palmed himself on the people of Williamsburg as a preacher and married Miss Martha West, has just been cent to jail on the discovery that he had one wife in Georgia and another in North Carolina. A silver dollar weighs very nearly an ounce. Hence any letter not heavier than a dollar can go for a single two cent stamp. A five cent piece added will give the ounce. If you have not the silver dollar, fire nickels and a small copper cent will give an ounce. Micheal Kaelin, of Louisville, a German dairyman, cut his wife's throat with a pocket knife, and then cut his own throat Kaelin was jealous of his wife, and they had a violent quarrel in the morning. The wife was dead when the first person searched the house, but the husband is still alive but can not recover. The Swiss colonies who recently purs purpose chased the Red River to enesge extensively in the cultivations of the sugar b;et and the manufacture of sugar. The necessary machinery has been contracted for, and Is now being manufactured by a firm in France, who are the patentees of the latest improvements in that line. A dispatch from Lebanon eays the directors of the Cumberland & Ohio railroad held a secret eession there Saturday, which is believed to have eome connection with the Chesapeake & Nashville project. It is probable that the line of the C. & O. will be tendered to the G & N., subject to the mortgage debt and to the concurrence of the L. & N. Judge Merrick, to whom the case of the State of Mississippi vs. First Control er Durham was referred, refuses the man damus asked. He decides that no couit has jurisdiction by mandamus to compel the United States to pay money, whid any of the proper Treasury oftbUls rafti-- - to pay for any good or bad reason, and dlstnisa es the proceedings against the Controller. iron-work1 W. H. HIGGINS, -- DEALUU IK Hardware, Iron, Ctuio Hnggy Wheel, Niovew, Npoi'tCM, tJrutvH, Ciller Mills, I,ii Covcru, Ntoiicvmre, ItilUH, Corn ShellcrM, Co II urn, d, Homo Shoes, Nails, Groceric, UiicciiHWurc, NndillcM, IttiKK3' Whips, MIIIn, IlarncHM, 4! Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Wooden And Oliver Chill-Cait I'nmps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Root ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. I ?r. It. .rtcltlntifu, Nnlcnmen jh,t llrliht.Jr. THE NEW GIIOGFJIY AM) IIAUDWAKE HOUSE OF TAYLOR BROS. HXJJS1,OaNr,V7-II.3L-355. lEaVST- - Would klidlr k.k juur Uttitlou loth fact that they bT Juit rrturntd Irom the clttr fr.'h and veil trlectrd lUxk of ClIOKK wttb Urn In f dJIcii Ttrltty, dainty In quillty and Htlifictory In prlrtt; tbli we gutrintcf, it all tltufj to lupplr tiery want In our line. FAMILY GROCERIES Uurilin thai! U OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY Conditio! tho Standard Brands ol Europe and America. Our large line of Cooking Store Include the Juitlj celebrated "Great Weatern ItewrTe" and many other family larorltta. Our China, QUm and Queenawareilockconilitaln part of Table, Tea and Chamber Ceta complete, (Dataware richly eat and etched. In the way of BreadituQa we name Buckwheat Flour, tbo queen ol all trlbea. Our celeM." Flour, urlvalled for rak and paatry, while Illce and Hominy, our own pitrt brated Patent otic rroducta, arrayed aa faithful adjuncta. All the dellcaclea In Foralgn and Domwtlc ConfecUoea are here. Tin, Btone, Wooden and Wlllowware, Electric Lamp, Stationery. Canned Meata and Frails and a complete line or Clgara and Tobaccoa. Well, thla I only a hint or what we bare. DelleTUg that we can make It to your Interrat, we confidently aik an examination of our goo.li and your patronIteipectlully, TA I l.OJt UHOTHKH8. age. '(. PonnyA M' A i s . oi-1 PHARMACISTS, DIALlaSlM Drugs, Books, Stationery and Articles. Fhyalclana' preacrlptlona accurately compounded. Aleo CaJJ sifsilfes-(gjjjjjjBjjgi amolitti Sa ) . JEWELERS. The Largest Stock of Watches, docks, Jewelry and Silverware ETer bought to thla market Frlcea Lower than the Loweat. WaUhea, Clock i and Jewelry Repaired on ahoit notice and Warranted. m UNDERTAKER, -- AND- A Full ami iiBBortnient ol' Furniture, cmbraclug ev eryihlng from tho Cheapest to tho Flnewt Parlor Nultes. We need to go to the large cities to make your purchnfjcfl, no matter what quantity or qnallty yon wan t, as I can anil will duplicate any prices yon can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. AUo n full assortment ol Collins, Cases, Shrouds and Itobcs, embraea lug all the New Styles, both cheap and cxpeiwlre, Ware rosm opposite St. Asaph Ilotel, Stanford, Ky. Dealer in JTiti nitiire ! complete - Fired with emulation of Evangelist The Monitziu Hotel, at Hot Spring, Bright & Curran. Sam Jones, the Rev. Job Cooley, MethoArk,, burned Siturday dight. Loss, $300,-00WANiro, 500 btuhels of Orchard Grata dist minister at Spring Place, Tenn , preached a vigorous rermon to his flock, Judge Mat Walton, who defeated FalStanford, Ky., August 11, 1885 etd Bright & Curran. " remarking that if they didn't like his style con for city judge of Lexington, held his they could leave. In five minutes Mr. first court Siturday, The Teachers Institute begins LOCAL TIME CARD. l. Prof. G. A. Gates, who ia to conduct it has Cooley was alone. We asked Gen. Grant one day what the Mall tfln joins North J 12 33 r. M. already arrived. initials, in his name Ktood for. He ssid " " 40 r. m. South STOCK ANO CROP LAND. 1 82 a. m. Bxprcsttraln" Houtb that it really did not stand for anything, " Norh., Ilif i.u. Biiicic Two hundred and fifty thousThe Pulaski County Fair is to bo held having been putin by pome accident when for aale by Thehoreli calculated on standard tltce. Uolar and, hard and at Somerset Sept. 23 25, he entered the Military Academy at West " Henry Baughman. line It about 20 minutes fatter Excellent apples can be bought in PoInt.-- N. Y San. Those pernons knowing themselves in- Haul Green at ten cents a bushel. LOCAL NOTICES, Judge James Garland died at Lyech-burg- , debted to me will please come forward and Ncal &Llgon bought 11 mules, 15 to Va., aged 05 years. He was a soldier -U- UY. settle at once as I need the money, II. C. 1G hands, in Wilson county, Tenn., at $100 In 1812, and a member of Congress for two Boy your school booki from Penny A Rupley. to $110 and W. T. Gladstone 18 at $M0 to terms. His first vote was for McAlister. James MadiWatciiks and Jewelry repaired on ahort Pior, Adneh Rocieiu has decided to S1G0.Mr. Buchanan, of Lebanon, Tenn,, who son. He has been a Mason since 1812 notice and warranted by Penny & McAlistake charge of tho Seminary here again this The election of a republican representer. is hero buying mules, purchased 10 head of tative in a democratic county here and Buy the Hum Hog KsmeJjr, the origi- year nnd will open it on the 21 Monday in common sof John W. Logan at nal nnd only genuine, from Penny & McAl-late- r. September. there through the State will have a good ef $90 per head. feet if it teaches the democrats to nomiThe Hustonvllle Stock Fair Association Smith & Anderson, Danville, Ky,, A co.Mri.ETE atock of jewelry, latent cleared a little over 50 per cent, for its have a superior article of Fultz seed wheat nate only the beat men in the future. It atylc. Kockford watched a jecialty. Penny A MoAlintcr. stockholders, so we learn from Secretary for sale. Only one year removed from the is not necessary to particularizs. The KOK A CATAtOOfE Of KKVKr.KNCEs. W refer by iirinlrsou lo tjtn guilty parlies will know whom we mean- .Farmers, Read This. do to Dr. M. Will R. Williams, who waa here yeater- - Northern seed. followlut: gentlemen His Exiellency, J. Proctor L. Bourne's drug store and get one jiackaKo day. Louisvillo Times. Knott (ioTernnr ol KenUcky, Frankfort, Ky,; Wanted.-O- ne Female College, Oen'l Fayetto Ilewctt, State Auditor. Frankfort. hundred mules to feed of b'aru A. Clark' Hog Bemeily. If you KyjCol.lt. D. Allen. Supt.Ky. Military Initl-tu- ta Wr look in the Danville Fair Friday upon reasonable termi; have plenty of corn are not FatUScd after Ming it your money Tho boy's description of haying a tooth and Pretldent Ky Tttutom' Association, and wero much pleased with Ha varied at- and oats to fatten them, AddreejJJohn W. pulled, was the best example of boiled will be refunded. LANCASTER, KY. Fartodale, Kv,j Col. J. i . fate, Mate Treasurer, Frankfort, Ky.; Prot. J Desha I'ickett, oupt. of tractions. A great crowd was present and Miller, Lancaster, Ky. vividness ever given: "Just before it kill- Larger Corps ol Instructors than anv Female Col Public Instruction nf Kentucky, Frankfort, Ky,; PERSONAL. lego In the Btate. Buildings new and appilnt- CIot. Luke P lil,ukurn. Lounrllle, Ky.; Oot notwithstanding the heat all seemed to be In Pari" the but wheat is worth only ed me the tooth came out." Nothing in menu uaexccl'ed. Tern monnble. he it Jamev) H. Mcfrenry. Klthuond, Kr ; Gcn'l II Mit. L. II. Hudson, ol Danville, wa enjoying themselves. 1)5 cents. session commences Auout xitt, liS. Kir..' White, Pine Hint! Ark.! Ber. R. U. Oits from 20 to 25 cents per language) couU express tho ides better. For further ImoruifitlMi, rditreta State Cnap ain, Frankfort, Ky. heroyenter.lay. A cut of Cipt. George II. McKinney 's bushel. Birley firm at 75 cents. Old corn Chicago Leader. MOKRH EVANti, 1) D., Fm't. MiS3 Lur.A McKinney in attending to 1 cents. Bluegraes 50 cents. Limbs patent of a Fish Trap and Minnow Bucket Some go to church to weep, while the Richmond Fair. News. is given on our first page and will ba of seel 50 cents. others go to sleep. Some go their wives Mn. Mark ITakdin has gone to Moir In the stallion colt ring R. II. Crow'a interest to the Iziak Waltons who see It. to please their conscience, others go to esse ticello to Titit hia parentn, colt by Nobby, dam by Mambrino Starlight, It is said that the C'apt. has been offered Some go to hear the preacher; others like Miss Ada Shuck, of LubinoD, is he by Djrby and he by Mambrino Patchen, $5,000 for the invention. the solo screecher. Boys go to rcconnoiter; Miai Ltttle Helm. won the premium over 20 entries at HuBtou-vill- e girls go bicauso they oughttr. Many go One of the features of tbo Danville Fair Mim Minnie Bmitii, of Madison, ii and over 23 at Danville. for sage reflection'; precious few to help the gueot Mm. J. II. McAliatcr. was the issue of tho Bulletin by Georgo W. W. C. Cash has a fine Jack colt foaled Fall Rier Advance. Mn. W, T. Royalty bai opened an Djceghy. It was a very creditable sheet Aug. 8, and made a special trip to gel collections. undertaiter'a eatabliahraent at Middle-bar- R. both in sizs and make up and the matter Uncle Pate Ecibree to give him a name and Cheer Up! Help is at Hand. was bright, breuy and newsy, showing our the name ia "Fountain Fox Ibbbitt." He "I am afraid I thill hire to be taken to the hosMisses Jessie Cook, of lluelonville, own correspondent's, Mr. A, A, Anderson, was sired by W. L. Caldwell's "Giant," of pital or to the pxr house. I have Ixen tick to long that my butuand, good and patient at he is, and Laura Llndcnberger, LouiiTille, are ear marka very plainly, -- DEALER IN- Boyle county, Ky. can't ttand the worry and expense much longer." gueata of Mira Lutie Biiley. young farmer In No you wont, dear wife and mother. See A moat enthusiastic A man named Killion fired two shots what Mrs. Katk CuiiTHr.ns, of Shelby, ia at Eiph Woods, a colored man of bad rep- Union county informs the Henderson I'arlctr'i Tonic will do for yoa. Plenty women aa Tiaiting her aider, Mra. Lau Shanks. ute, Saturday night, because he gave him Journal that he "has a 12 inch stand of badlv offas you are hare been rescued almost from the grate by It. It will build you up, curing all Siicitirrs J. W. Tate, of Caiey and some of his jaw and was advancing towards corn, each stalk bears 2 to 3 ears and 12 at ltnenta of the atomach, Urer and Icldneyt , and it Cieorge T. Higilnbotham, of Garrard, were good ear on each, betides a simple, pleasant and tafi. him with a gun. The whistle of the bul- suckers, with a here jeiterday. lets caused all the nigger's courage to oozs pint of corn In the tassel." Muses Salme and Lei.a Todd, of In favorable seasons California counts .XEVf AUTKBTISKatSTh. out of the end of his fingers ro he dropped New Orleans, were here last week en route its honev cron br the thousand tons, and his gun and took to his heels. to Richmond to viait Ml Belle Bennett. si beekeepers find a profit when extracted en Mim Bau.it Yeaoer, of Boyle, The Railroad Barbacue given at Colum- honey commands no more than 4 cents or TO yesterday with Mia'M Kite Hall bia TnursJay was attended by hundreds of 5 cents per pound, and the comb honey 7 All parties wanting brick or (tone work of any and Ellen Weiren, who have been visiting people and great enthusiasm was created in cents or 8 cents, This year, however, the kind done will find u to their advantage to with C. II'. UOtlSE, her. the enterprise. Mr. E. Zimmerman, pres- honey yield will be light flowers are few Hulls Gap, Ky. Ou buiinee manager, KJdie C. Wal- ident of the Cnesapeake fc Nashville, ad and nectar scant. ton, ia taking iu the ducat from the citi-re- dressed the assemblage and eave a glowing OAHHLLE. BOYLE COUNir. of Kxkcaitle attending Circuit Court statement of its prospects. Every cent of mon! thin week. 500 ey to build the road had been secured; I hereby certify that the Continental Insurance Smiley rells the cheapest and beet coal. Company of New York, through ita lecal Agent, Mns William Roybto.v, of Garrard, bands are at work on the portion under Office corner 3J and Green streets. " . Judge John M. rhlllpt, his paid the full amount and children who havn been visiting her contract from Gallatin to Scottsville to be The Central Kentucky colored Baptist ol Insurance on my barn burned In June, without parent?, Capt. and Mm, McKicney, return- increased to 1,000 before the month is out; Association met here today. About 60 discount or crulon. ed Snnday. the portion between Nashville and Galla- delegates have arrived, and as many more o. iioxraojiEiiv. Miesrs Claiia Knioiit, of Nicholas-vill- tin is to be let in a few weeks and the com- are expected and Sophia Bright, of Boyle, a very pany is ready to let the rest of it when the lle IN ADDITION TO GnOCEMDJ AND PROVISION'S, HE KEErS A game of bate ball between the FARM FOR SALE I handiome pair, ars vialtios: Mr Smith necessary arrangements are made. He did Dinville clubs Saturday evenand Baughmaa. not ask the people of Adair for a cent to ing resulted in a victory for the former. I ctlrr for sale privately my Farm, lyicn. immeTiioe who intend to taKe the Mam- build the roid with, bjt pimply the cour- Score 11 to 10 diately on tho pike between MllledtteTllle and e Htanlord, ontalninx mi Arret of The company moth Care trip must let u know posi tesy of the right The Fair closed Friday evening with a I.and. The Farm Is In a good itato ol b7 Wednesday, a we leave at 2:30 would put a million dollars worth of prop- big gool repair; tively and buildings in attendence ns is always the case on the rultlratlon: fences SO Acres in icrn. Kent paya Friday morning. erty in the county and he thought hacking Iatday. The quality of stock exhibited 210 Acies in grass; taie. Adrirrss meat Iluiton orer S rer cent and Mrs John Metcali-- , of Nicholas little enough of the people to give them this meeting wa better than ever seen be Tille.Ky. J. If. WEATHEIirottn. ville, a viItlng her daughter, Mr. Tom the ground to put it on. Oac of the direc for on the grounds. Metcalf.atMr.T. J. Foater'. Mr. John tors from Nashville al'o made a stirring A very enjoyable hop given Friday THE BEST TOBACCO. speech followed by a number of other ctn nicht by young gentlemen of Danville in Metcalf waa here y wterday. P. M. McRoBKrtTS, Kj , went to the tlemezi including our own, Col. T. P. Hill, honor of visiting young ladies, was largely Jack Freeman, Illchmond, Ky , has a large trade In the tobacco manufactured by Albright A Martin Rr&ilroad meeting at Columbia and made who, it is wid, fairly wrought the audience attended. Wolf & Trost, of Lexington, and has told about '.'2,000 twists during the past tiro Tears. Ho ha the following certificate from the best ten minute' speech of the day, we up to a fever heat of enthusiasm for the furolshed the mueic. tbo manufacturers: road. The result of the day's work was a, learn from one who attended. BBODllB.tD, KY., July 23, 1SS5. Father A. J. Ryan, the eloquent priest By Misj Belle C'AitrENTEK, of Stanford, subscription of S3.000 to $10,000 and an and sweet poet of the South was in town Ky request of Mr. Jack Freeman, of ItUbuond, we hereby certify that said Mr. Freeman has natural leaf twlit tobacco, brands bought of visited her aunt, Mra. John Metcalf, while assurance that the whole amount necessary week, the guest of Rsv. A. J. Brady. "Fireside"our and "Friendship" 14 s since FebruIat 3 a would be obon her way to Georgetown to attend the to secure the right-of-w- ay ary 19, 18S0, to January 1, 18S5. 1901 W. Equal in He preached at the Catholic church at pounds about 2.000. Contained in 100 boxes. Sunday School convention. Nicholaaville tained. Harrodsburg Sunday morning. Very respectfully, Albriohi A Maktix. Journal. Danville friends have received a teleThe Hustonville Poll Books, which Pkof. A. S.Paxton, of Auguata coun should have been returned for the count of gram from Prof. D. C. Dudley, late princi CRAB ORCHARD ty, Va,, !a here to see about taking the last Thursday, did not arrive till yesterday, pal of the Deaf Mute Institute of this Female College. He ia a graduate of the when Sheriff Menefee had to go after them. State, now of Colorado, denying the re COLLEGIATE SCHOOL! Washington and Lee University and a We hope that those whose duty it is to norted iniurv to himself and family by a on JlomlaVt teacher of a number of yeara experience. Crab Orchard, Ky., will prosecute this matter will see that the heav- cyclone. Sept. 7, 1SSS. Preparatory, Academic and Dn. E. J. Nickeiwn and Mr. P. A. iest penalty of the law ie imposed on the Miss Lutie Duke, daughter of Col. teach Marks came up Saturday and spent Sunday one charged with the prompt delivery of Wm. Duke, of this place, was married on Collegiate Departntenti, under experienced U. era. Ft circulars giving terms, address R. at Hale's Well, From Mr. Marka we learn- the books. It would be a very ealutory Saturday last at Lexington to Mr. Speed President Board of Trustees, Crab Orchard, ed that he waa the moat patriotic man in lesson. Adding the Hustonville vote to Goodloe, of that city. The fair young Ky., or Edgar P. Hawes, Principal, Louisville (45lm) Danville. Ilia waa the only house draped that of the other precincts given in our last bride has many friends in Danville, her Ky. Id honor of the burial of Grant and he toll- issue, we find that Tate received but 692 natiye place, who loin in wishing her and ed the only ball on the occasion in the votes in the county and Fox 519, Tate's her husband a long and happy life. city. It waa a borrowed bell and he did majority 173; Rigney for State Senator reMr. Samuel Bheltou and a negro man he tolling in hia back yard. ceived 1,023 yotet; Bobbitt for representanamed Elijah Fry had eome trouble at the "Lige" say a Mr. tive 1,193, Simpson 5S0, Jarman 12, Bob- Fair ground Friday. LOCAL MATTERS. bin's majority over Simpson 613, over all Shelton hit him over the head with a STANFORD, KY., a Bhafs Kettles at T. R. Walton's. GDI. Judge Varnon's vote waa 1,037, cane because he ("Lige") asked for $3 that Represents tho Best and most Prompt-Payin- g Comhis name was not put on was coming to him. Mr. Shelton says panies and bta rates are very low. OIt ) hia Bekoke burinii commit us on seed wheat. call. eome of the poll books till about a third "Lige" Is an impudent rascal and struck Bright A Curran. of the votes had been cast. Although Bob- him with a whip before he applied the Fucuns and Coffee at battom figures. bitt is elected this time, he secured but 121 cane. Lige waa fined $12 and Mr. Shelton We mean it, Warren A Metcalf. votes more than he did when Hon. T. P. waa acquitted, 111'.), Jr., beat him 251 in 18S3. So it will Mrs. R. R. Jones hasgone to St. Lmis Editort Atlanta Cmititt-tlon- : Youn account is past due. Please call Below we hand you a letter be seen that it was not such a famous vic- with her son, Mr. Breckinridge Jones, with S. Rftle. and settle at once. Robt. tory after all and that if a democrat of any whom she will make her home in the fu- from a grateful heart, which was sent to and pubwiththe Vanalystine, Texas, Eliven shares of Flnt National Bank worth whatever had have contested the ture. Mr. Dick Dunlap, of Kanaaa City, lished inknowledge or tollcltatlon,Entcrprlte, desire and w6 out our to J. 8. Hocker, election with Mr. Bobbitt he would have ia here on a vhlt to old friends. Mies Virstock for sale. Apply to glte It publicity through your columns. beaten him beyond peradventure. The ginia Powell, of Montgomery, Ala., is visit Pre. ire EuviieHtiv Entreat Every Suffer Mr, Jimee M. Lay, aged voto in the representative race in 1S83 was ing Mrs. John W. Shelby, this vicinity. H'oiiinM trio Seen Thlnto MAnniAOE. 1,785 were cast this year Mrs. John D. Goodloe and children, of Head it Car ef till v 10 and Miss Mary Frederick, of the tame 2,395 whereas but (til (J tccll. for three candidates. The vole for the pro- Madison county, are here on a visit to age, were married at John Frederick's Sunhibition candidate for the Legislature must relatives. The Mietes Twidwell, of Hub MoraTlan Falli, N. C, Not. 25, 1881. day. Mi. Ekito- - "An ounce of prevention is not be taken as evidence that prohibition tonville, were here last week visiting the better than a pound of cure," and a pound The gasoline jet in front of Burnside's is making wonderful strides here. It is family of Mr. John Johnson. Mrs. W. K. ol cure la better than a ahlp load of argument in your columns. I saw some time billiard saloon exploded the other night not eo and Mr. Simpson's vote Is mainly Hobbs is very low with consumption. ago an. advertisement of a medicine called and set fire to the roof above It, but waa made up of democrats who voted for him, Miesee May Gordon, of Columbia.Teun., and Bradneld's Female Regulator and the won. derful results from its use; and as uiy wife extinguished after a big alarm without solely to beat Bobbitt. Fox' vote Is for had been a sufferer and an Invalid for fifToo Many Goods on Hands; Trado is Dull and Thoy Must Bo Sold. Jennie Faulkner and Lizzie Walker, of prolapsus teen veaks fromand palnlul and (onges-tlo- n much damage. menstratlon part republican, with a sprink Lancaster, were in town last week the the most of the womb ' ' GEO. D. WEAKEN, Mnntilitcturerft' Ageiit. . and the doctors could do her no good, I was Another excessively hot waye Is bear- ling of democrats, who voted for him for guests of their cousin, Mr. W. K. Argo, of persuaded to try the remedy, fej I sent for remit was she improvtwo bottle, and the ing down upon ns and giving the wicked personal reasons. the D. M. Institute. Mr. Peyton Pcrrott ed so much that I sent for another package a taste of what they may expect in the hat returned from Lexiugton to Danville and she ia now able to do her household RELIGIOUS. work and goes about wherever alio pltaies. Sheol can be no hotter than It and ie again in the employ of the Singer lam confident she Is permanently cured. I no sent for a lot ol this wonderful Female Regwaa in nur office yesterday afternoon. E.d. J. G. Livingston writes that his Sewing Machine Cj. Prof. A. M. Burbank ulator to sell, and every bottle that I have Bur-banmeeting at Holdam's Mill has resulted in and his daughter, Mlsa Sue B. Bell disposed of haa given complete eatlslactlon, Dunirui the Richmond Fair which beand the results are in every caso all that are visiting Miss Lizzie Irvine. Prof ten confessions to date. could bedestted. gins the K. C, will run a special OLD With thanks to the huttrptlK, which A Methodist conference in Georgia has Burbank formerly lived in Danville, but at 7 A. M and artrain from here, leaving called toy attention to it and to tho Brad-fieforbidden church members in Its jurisdict- for eeveral years has been a citizen of Regulator Co., the proprietors ol thla riving at Richmond at 8.30. Returning it great boon, I am gratefully yours, Artlclos, 6h:w.case Goods, gpeitailta, MUed Who li the oldest man ? Dr. Brown ion to attend base ball matches, Springfield, Ohio. Mr. Wm. D. Scrugham, J. W. Davis. will leave there at 6:30 reaching here at 7 Who Is tho wisest man? Col. Fountain Box Paints, Stationery, Toilet Articles, Booka, Slatea, Osring tosickness Eld. John S. Swee- of Lexington, was here last week on a visit p. S, You can publish this or not, ns dct JcmAc. FobbltU r M Fare for round trip SI 25. yon ee fit, but for the benefit ol women, I tt ney did not begin his meeting here last to relatives. Mr. W. B. Holmes and hie M. Jonej, (61s Who la the luckiest man hope you will. Who Ii tho handsomctt man t Dr. Ed. Estes, reMa j. F. D Rickey's vote in the Dis- night, but writes that he will do to next daughters, Mary and Imogene, have Any one whadoubtstbegenulncntaiof the above What three couples are going to marry next wife has triplets.) 'ho Is the sharpest person ? Tho one who dcala week? This Is a secret, bat Dr. Bourne wi'l tell trict for State Senator, according to the le- Monday night, Aug. 17th. turned from a visit to Covington, Teon. can write to Mr. Davis, wbowlllglvo all particuwith yours truly, till the cons tome home. you, There will be services at the Presbytedelivered here yesterday by the sherMrs. A. W. Cook and Miss Grace Cook, lar. dum Whodeil with Dr. Bourne? All who want , Garrard, rian church Friday at night, Siturday Charles City Iowa, Mr. Dudley Bryant, eeLd for cur book containing valuable Infarma-lo- n IU. Ii. HOI' SINE, iff, is Cieey, 771, Boyle, good gsods and cheap prices. for women. It will bj mailed free to appliA morning and night and on Sunday the Chicago, Mr. Curtis Hume, of Madieon 1,101 and Lincoln, 1,023, total 3,845 Who Ii Ren 8. Bwope'a sweetheart ? Ask Luclen cants. AT THE NEW DRUG STOBB, Lasley. pretty good vote considering that eo many Sacrament of the Lord' Supper will be connty, and Miss Annie Holmes, of Crab THE 11UADF1ELD REGULATOR CO., What does Dr. Bourne keep? He doeiu't lup Box 23, Atlanta, (ia. will not vote In a race in which there h no celebrated. Rav. J, J. Chisolm is'expecled Orchard, wero (he guesls ol Col. Thos. STANFORD, KY. anything; he ttlli all kinds of Medlclncr, Fancy For ia!o by DR. M. L, BOURNE, Stanford. to assist during these eerviccB. McRobeits lest week. contest. Fon 8a lf. """M"WMIMIM,"'!'M"M""aMaatMBgMWaaBaMa Flat Balls, all pointed. ? rfflf J" if. well-burne- SK.-S- Garrard Kara-naug- h, (34-2- 1 g THE CHEAP GBOCEB. T. R. WALTON, o w r O w ii BUILDERS! w n lOTTXOE. j. 48-- it And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. Tin-- , Glass- - Nich-olasvi- firat-rat- Hlue-Ora- is U and Queensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. Canned Goods from the Best Canneries of the Country. 7 re-o- h, For Bargains, There Is No Place FIRE INSURANCE. Like the Corner of Main jasro. lyc. philips, and Somerset Sts. GRATITUDE! WIXOIiISSAIiX: PRICES ! Over 40 Buggies, Carriages, ia Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagons, to lie PRICES. Over lO Farm Wagons and ninny other 43oocls RETAILED AT WHOLESALE "The Bourne from which Traveler Returns SickT' CHILDREN. to-d- ay, CATECHISMS FOR ld 01-1- tiwjgupwiM yiI'amrviwmwww M-TAitliiro A JULY FROST, WHICH WrTHEnED ONE OF HORACE GREELLY'S FONDEST HOPES. nf lm i"otirlnrltr Society Suttoo Heme, Tho Tbo educational prido of Stuttgart is IU county Democrat's opinion of blm. Ho furnlilied complete, It for aale We will Intheroiigb. I'ostsof all kinds, !hliijles cut, fours 1 Mr Oretley at work in Tbe Tribune polytoclmikiitu. The polytechnikum standa rtrea bsrifsln toauy ono wantlin; It. well mwcsI and shired Alto Ainii fur tlio Janvlllo shape. oillce, and commenced to bernto liim. at tbe bend or tbt practical tendency in edutrails. Uierytbltiglii ' (Laokastaxen (I'm.) ("or. New Yrrk Sun. A rnonxiu blm, nnd asked blm bow nuicli cation, as the imlvorsity does nf tho HVITOS Wllllsiiisburg, Ky. Fjtirtli or July, ISIS, a Inn y bo bal lot by tbe failure. Kenilo told On tl 42.6t "humanitarian" culture. One of tbo fraSt fall wi the bill orarl joking tae Dala-- him. Mr. Creetey handed tbo farmer n finest of tho-German schools i located ware vallay bock of this place an 1 gaw tin check for tbe full amount. Ken no, in ro- here. It occupies a group of buildings, fitted or Hornets Ore iley'a trust tating tn lllc' I that, fs up with class and lecture rooms, museums, nl- death titow to on a Hfterward, sni OlX3INH Without Change and with Speed Unrivaled b always been a Dsmjcrnt, libraries, studios, lnboratories mid worksohui'htd scbemts, an 1 loft blm noany , thcugli h llrourt will e uul-- r lu Stanford, IdMlre toaelluiT ilwellln.lio 00M iwoitr. Tho faculty cous.st of about 100 In 1SI2 Mnliltm Oxllssy owned that net of lire loy i made blm u fiieleY hop-. iltuated on the rgrnrr of Main stret aud Luan niriuauimMueiiltbWseamii, aud at it Is entirely s rasjfossora and teachor. The Institution InSHORTEST AND "QUICKEST 7,000 ncrui of land, live tnllw inlau ROUTE from Waiir. aiidl.o iomaiutd n Will imtll t rellttod and reluinlslil, I ea.u proialemy patroi f crk rnou UiimirLBTJTiig Ol i!ny of bis death. Annus tbo other cUimusm cludes apocial schools of architecture, engithe Dflautire river, at Lickawasu. The lot fronts 170 not on Main Strtet and 500 coDilbrtas well n health. Hoard, W Is Irjiiie, newly Avenue. tiii. forty neres were o!eurd nnd miliar no Imr.l (eeliuj win manifesto l ngaliut Mr neering, machinery, chemistry, pharmacy, on Loynn and has six The house upper and lower wific. Will hare a couTeyflu a ftt tho ilqottQ rooms and cultivation. Tho roiiiaiii.lar v.s woodlnnJ Oreeloj', Tl ey svero grlevod nt tbe oolony!. railroading and telegraphy, and thoro nro repaired meeMos-engerA. branch nf the Sbohola creek ran through failure, not aiinr) nt ita founder studies which will assist nnd illumiuo uvory good. nad good ne'ecllou of fruit Outbuildings tho property. On tbb creek Oodloy bad n tret on the lot. Will sell at a .bargain to the was it mortgago of &,'.(M n the practical art iu which met: engnge. to Tbtre K,V, IF. .t PUllMAHCARS. Williotit cdaurs is, ail i' e, Jtettfl taw-miNear the mill Tbo courso of studios offers a wldo range, purchaser. airl a grist-mil- l. I roporty at the time of tbo failure. It wa Stanlonl, Ky I.utl ll'irk, MnnlKt.ciery Atui ta frsTtcnab. ll.tr (rams house a ncro a lot fonclOHd. and tbo ilev. Dr. Thbiivts Knm nnd nud yet all are related to tho choson depigiiuiM liih, jioiiije, and l urltani houii. Theso improvements comprise I ' Taylor, of If air York, urchn(l tint ment. For instance, in tho school of engitlio vlllazo cf The stream orty. Ho tuok up bis residence nt tbo pl.iee, neering thoro is a four ears' courw of BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA I will dotlTcr Icj to regular castouienin Stanford J with tbu llnest specimens nnd r cut u Bieut doal of mmiey ii:iJvvln study, with mechanics, both mathematical nnd vicinity fiery moraine at iras nllvo In Talaee Withrtt lliange DANVIL1.E, KY. of ttout Tbo surrc jnding bilU weroenually it. He finally sold It to a gentleman in Vir nnd technical, physics, chemistry, mluor-alog- y PERWPOUND SHORT LINETO THE EAST Instiold, ONE.CENT The nx t session of thl veil provided witl the liveliest nnd larot ginia, but it (mi been sold ti ne mn time and geognosy, building forms, build Septnuber 2 Orer tution will open Wlnrlayand of rnttlMiiabe. The s"il wa rou;b an Krtai L uill' is I'alace Cars without ct aL(, Account due at ths close of each month, or iignin .l:;ej then for nrreaisof ti.xe. !ot a ing construction, drawing, shadow, Aluinnl. Full Faculty - to lull courses ol when customer nulls. rocky, but of belnj niaJe funly vestige of mil), bop. or bull rvtimli. Tb plan, nud ground plan; tlieory of Wl lultlou 510, and Vi. nfiitudy. I.ittrary anl Ij.K It. K. ben e Seel productivo after much liard labor There Ion I iijie that conducted water fiom inouu building materials, goonutry, analytic aud contingent lee t pir nomnu Tvt tutttoi to s us EMIGRANTS line mgtrot rnaOen wl.l f furIn thoe days no wilder ipr anywbei'J tnin .iins to tbe settlement was tiJuun ii(. descriptive, theory of engineering, brldgo oiuilnuttrs and tudnt of limited means C allege itrs v! ietial i nv rms rooms rent (re, nod clipap lotd In in 1'ike comity. year ao tn.l inn into LiilleN br I'ikf building, waterways, streets, railways, in nished to worthy applicants. Society refl ufil and Lots i" tl i ( t r f.u iate, r s lluine G "ti Saw nil of which experiment Uion and practice moral. Nowlooni. Selnl for rtlotte county hunter, and u?ed it liuvtliy deei U0F Louisville. K, About that t ma in i'.t variO O. I:aTTV, I.U I) . I'res't. 10 4t) ous forms irus attracting much attention, and U that bavo returned to tbo uoih accompany tho instruct'ons. AM MlMltllK In addition to tbo technical Instruction, ot cud Hwaco Uroley became one of iu moit borbood of tbo overrovu Quids, wlriit) lie enthusiastic a Ivoente. Uy lecturM an I in burled some of the fondeit hojics tbt Hut which n tumplo has been given, thoro IjKE v. uupkmaw. School On tcr of the Knobs, close by J. t'srtsr's Ortetry jj2 uco CiVMley over oherUbyJ. are locturos on hygione, ancient urt, his- English & bis nevpipr bo ur;ed tbe common ownerblore. i KY.iv ot h BTANKOIlll, ship of property and equal diviiloi ot labor. tory of art, Itnllan piinting of tbo VOOTll A' .YllEKUKll, VrovrMur. USee Eolith side ilaln Street, two doors abOT Christian Oollese Building, A l'ile Uiititi.il. Honnis'ance, sculpture, with sixjcimsns To ;ivo piactical illustration of tbeli v. .ii vini..r e.n not Lumber. Mhlnile. 'c , tbt Myers llouli I Detroit lrea 1'itnMl in plaster of all the great works; theory of IIUNTOKVILIiE, belief and sincerity in tbe Ivu. be, a XY. bullileri and others...iiril find Is better wail eel to rnrtMtroui OitJe Clai aiulnlilered whsa re- He had n 1:0 af.on-pjoiorganized with others, transportation, laws of trade, Gorman lantho Sjlvauinu "(lo;! Material qulrJ. suit themstlTcs. Our ' motto gait ns bo niiproacbed a citizm "UnJui' lu guage nnd literature, French, F.nglish nnd tociety, on tho Fouriento tbeiry ol nnieuue nuuic... ...... Wtslneslay tor Jleftsrsialle tutea The Third Anmia' telon wlllepii Italian lesions, studios in Shakospearo aud V II. VKKKTl, and in 184 J purchased the tbe door of a drug toiv, anl lis too. :r hi Iff, tSS.',. Ooime ,f instruction (iap, Kyj JnsSssV DK. I(IUtlsst, "kerca-- " U- - Goethe, and finally I mention instruction in SKIT. will and isolatoi Godlay nroiiertv in Tike bat uni made 1111 ol thorough. UeTlouieot of theiulml the end to l'or circulars rcaiocabli-- . Tcliui county, as a tit ijIicm to test tbeespjilmeut fort be attained stoucgrapby. hlANK'tK:i. KHNTITUY. Jf'HN bl ItUIS apply to The students who graduate from tbo "&y. lo you ti lawyer!" To jo.u tbo society or colony it was nei-OtSee on Ijucsiler atrM-t- , teit door to Ihta-ato- a . 1 Know are, by tbo necessities of tbo Fary to purcbasj nt lenst onj share of stock, OSee l.ouri (ran S loll A rrinclai). "eii, then youMiiietbiitg or law" I tf Dressed Pino Flooring, Ceiling, Weather u.autt 1 to J r m, Anesthetics aduilaiile red what 'Hay, can nelp m out. which cot i There were many eminent ntu case, to come in direct contact with tbo laHSt-lyDecesiarr boring masses, as tboir overeers n'ld lead-r- . people who took stock in tbo colony, for the out last night. Indeed, I'm out yet ' Boards, Fiuishing Lumber, Green 'Ileor, un asproeP MIIiLKUSUUKGI Each man, therefore, will become, in purpose of aiding in tbo test of tbe principle Lumber iu tho Rough, including "K'rect, Just sotitrmg olf to go Iriuie. so far as tbe training has done its Inteu Jod Kdw-ion which it w.--.s organized. Forrest Lflths and Shiugles. owned a iiumbor of shares, and paid sovor&l When I git thero iho'll say I've bin oll'ii a work for blm, nn educational nnd liberalizOHIO & MISSISSIPPI B. W ing forco in living contact with tho people Tirdti to tbo colony to note iu working! and tear and she'll jiw and tile u (Il.-i- i Kor th conTenUnte of our eust..i.ie:i In !" . . Edward H. Dixcu, since famous i who need blm most. Ho, In turn, will progros-fwdand tlolnlty we has atrangoi -ladle will The Direct Iloute to . Wear en to leepon his yjrdsnassrlrant Who? Your wifeP as tbe editor of Tho Sealrel, was a member. itlueran. professor of law, literature, This popular echool lor young new auspices, be reas opened, under entirely wben. they can get It as cheapfor bLtury and nit, and many a handicraftsMrs. George Law was 11 subscriber, and took 'Of course. Hay, I want to file something. est maies al wale from "direct. He will will be extended through bU an active interest in tbo tociety. Edward 1 don't know what you call it, but a lawyer man's 9tli, 1885, any Mils mil n han Is, wlurli we ill nil no nori n.v.-iCourtright, of Albany, and tbe Ilsv. J. D ouguiiojcnow. huppoM) 1 wild ou was a halp. iioiic. 33 Am Kot only doo Stuttgart have this groat ViKfamoii, both leading mon of that day, thief! What would you dof NorUwf it and Southsritt by tbt way of bidu-trtwere member-- . Mr. Groeliy wa the largest university, but It also has a 'Punch your btad." na stockholder, having $10,000 invented "Sot no! What waald you do ii liw" for builders an 1 architects, Rov. C. Popo, of Augusta, Ga., Prosldont, i.OVISVIL2.UorCI.CI.'.ATI. Wboa tbt societj-- to As poss3.sio of which J. bavo l34ti much interested in visit''File a geneiul denial " -- AND they improted UiomilN, 3iid erected "K'lvct ngnln. Thut'i exactly wlmt 1 ing. It occupies a great stone building, ,T"" Chv.toK She'll r. nr and tuke mi, nnd I'll rll luuidsomely furnlsbei, anl only feparnted Mrs. S. C. Trucheart as Lady Prlnci-pal- , an imuieiiju fiama itruetuie, which larllle auj rioiluatl n.U tbo living apartment ot the mem-bgr- -, u geueral denbtl nnd plead privilege on from tbe polytechnikum by one intervening tirvet mniecston a thne imlnit with Ihe f khi- oloi hiprr.. on tbe ali A Ml.lslppt f r St a common Jiuiu; ball, a om! ball, facts. That's what I um nft--taat's pirk. It differs from the similnr departxula and all !nti 'm Aided l.rooeol Ihe asost CoMiieteil ail Kxpri-euie- it i and A shop, wbat'll bumble Iwr in iu time. Say bavo ment in this 'nstitution by the lower laeultles la ihe Male. bWtnti may rvstas-lureUhiLtIIU TJMinn 1ii JJ.UUIO Onlytifrom I.oji.. txlM or t Inrlc- blacksuiltb shop, sbo shop, and oilier sunthln'f1 lu the entrance examinations ot sbelr B. H. BURNSIDE, -ol the most thorough training JLU I. Ball two iiourt t rncuufucturiug oitiUishmcnt ami by the" course of study, occupying three daughters la all that rwrumt lo n.(, ma'" were ualeki r thau anr olUer ilne ilrlnj i.ur MxaOflt gom In U43-- the colon numbere I "XU, "AH rigbtjutt tbt same, let'se. 01 man in irjios yesirs instead of four. As far as 1 could and mcinif, It c mmltll to oar rare l nnd Woll K nnwn i " w "1" u" '" iii.ur eontalalng Intorniatloa as to rphtn Kor etatou going West. .iid seemed to be progieMing Mnely. Ni denial, and tbe burdon of proof K on judge, also more attention is 1 aid to tbo religiom instruction was allow 3d, and her. Jury trial verdict of not giulty, anl l tuchnicnl details of tho builders' art. Draw-iu- g terms, Ac , adilres HotoJ. Still mamiuiuQ n-ttatoJ KKV.C. roi'K. Mllltriburg Ky t i nslia ail n... i any preacher could Lv invited to preach in come cut whltor'n a spring InmU Awl is ery prominent, including free band, Or MRS b t'.TKiKHEAUT, Stanford Ky. High L4U.UUIO VUlUtYUl 'f gm i I y wayTfl'l.l lae tbe ball to all who cbi machine drawing, shadow coustiuctioii and to list mi to him right much obleeged blc a long. ' ANl Gi eat attention was paidtosicial drawing. The mathematics in TMitnl Jlon'i I Vet. Its Proprietor ii Determined that nnd dances and Kirtie elude nlgebrj, geometry and trigonometry. of l.S York World. , weekly occurrence, an J wore it Shaft bo Second toiuno Country French is obligatory for tun ears and largely us rare. "Rev. Henry 'Ward Beochur, the iistor Hotol in tne Kiaxe attended by outsiders fcr miles arounl. n third. Hlstcry, gograpby, English A'ways makc- aot I'lymoutb," said Dr. Palmer, ",m. airt Gorman literature are also optional. Appointments', or Atten Tliero woekly lecture-- , 011 jot-iilncro Fn.at Timo Ho nlwu wvsu-Con Mr. n tion to Comfort of blm-- i soft, chubby fejt. to nil tlo technical studies, in- subject, Greeley in addition Surgeon, g Physician shoe ut the, tfia-s-t tholr GueU. If viit.ng tbo colcnj frequently brcml-sclaeiuding strength of material, methods of and doll vet ing addresse. In a "jclal and kid ma2e, and suffers Cut little from eupiori, elements of machinery, and tbo With all I. uea at intellectunl wny the lingular colony In tbo or bunions. I brlghton up bis tl.isivuut ! liice, nro given lessons in mechanic, cllem- erlal toe nails aliout once n month. Mi livelier Ky. Danville, try and physics. The French language Office on 4th St. wlldarne-progies-e- d smoutbly. "but tbj St. Louit and Intermediate Pointi will CowciarclalTratlr.. te .., of its practical use with labor problem disturbed It Tb3 colony is a t intercstlir; talker. Tbe lat time 18 taught eholresl t. Claars .n.nllrl he was bcr be rela'tod nnny pleuviut mi workmen who speak that tongue. was governed by rt bfard of twelve direct-nv- , The 2Vs Kri.n.ts of Liquors au .VoOiiuilliiiKTruuis- of bis b ni9 in Peekskill, wberj Ir cbo,en by the members. students number nli)ut3J in tho winter IMIt'H Tbe board flTH ! nuts riNtttla lorlcctlj with his family during tb sumtiKr. suoUor, nnd a smaller number in summer. assigned laborer for tho different lirancboi JU- CurLMl. tr-- . Wie dirciplino is much more tovere and tlie of work in what were l.uowu as groups. In tpeiikmg of tho regiments' enciimia.nt c Itoi-u- i t. . . nt PeeksMll, Mr. I!chor remarke I that student's life lest free than at the polytecb-rtkum- . wliu trains of Ii.m going ... One group was assigned to pi ughing, smi, 1. .ormrt an. .Ihwrot tbo Loys in blue greatly added to tho Tbe results are probably better in to felling true, nnotber to laying II Juj are gilii,, Wtt lo any point, call n or of tbo shopk)0er. of tbo Hjwn, nnd proportion. During the course there nro No Knlfo, Ligaturo or Caustic wall and so ou, until all the duties were Will.. 10 lilt tnkon upon tbo wbolo they improved its to vxorases In speaking and wrKlug the (ier-laa- n pvovidod for. Tbt female members were Ueod. 1 fjll and re.ublt iBhrmmloa lis regard tJ tyiut NtwAtiTMCAtjR Lanl At , In the Wtatrra iSialea, Maps (luldai lancuage. divided in tho same way to attend to the ciol nnd moral condition. atij lowest special nlm lor Tlrkets ami HouaetiolJ Tiflmage, who recently fulo-"Rev. Dr. One of tbo studonts iufoimod me that his domestic duties of tho society. The prin OvuJa to all pvtnta srat call nnuii Idres. ciple or equality in labor was followed by for Kurojie to rejoin his famil m Louflon, ttrtal expenses for tbo year, including board, Coachoo and (I. II. SIMM', Treatment Mild. No Detantioa Prom Through Slooplni? Cars Pullman His fe.'t in 3utho, tuition, books nnd amusmonts, cliauglng tho labor groups from one branch ft ftUo 0,le cf ,n customers. i'aawager Ag't Ohio A MlMlnlppl luilsray. Butiaesr. Ilarroltiiiir, Mr work to anntbar. day by day Tho m" somo tespects resemble a 1.11102, boiuj I0112 woirtil be less than 330 It can en,lly bo Iron. W W I'KABDDY. W H UATTL'C, cbftiiics, and all wlu were skilled iu labor, and narrow. loan not say they nre,freu .wiimed that the amusement can lo neither I're. t an I IMar gr Den'l 1'a.s Agt front corns and bunions, like Mr. IJeetlior very numerous nor very dangerous bad their especial duties r C. l'AItlx, euiral LouUrUIo 1i Chit-UKAgint Xo Tbeio nro in Stuttgart two gymnasia. 1 Curt' Certain nml I'crtuaiiciit. ClBrlmiati Ohio Out sourco of trouble was tb fact that n Uit nevertheless they uro pkitsant to Icok s Dr. T.tlmnge'j 1'liIfHKO, grow out bavo visited one, the Eberbard thud wig's) Ciinriuiuill to number of rich and prominent famii.es 111 uion. Cure, Xo l'ay. Tbo rector, Heir Piofosor New York took ndvnntng3 of the ooiony a rerftsaly straight, and aro as pink and gymnasium. YiuIiuiiitpoliH to Cliicuo. Abito ns a woman'." Ossterlon rocolvoil mo very kindly nnd govo n Bort of loformntory ft r their wayward roo much information. Tho gymnasium sms. They eagerly I ought stock in t!w KENTUCKY GEKTBIL 1. 1). l.'.sl.tiiliiK In IVcstcrn Vfliraslci. occupies two modorato.-sizo- l TLTROUGn TIME TABLE buildings, old Special Attention also Given to Chroncolour, and thippod to tbo care ot tus so- - ' ICJilci Herald "Tra-- i Talk ' wid ugly; but 1st us jiot IxHIove them fit cbty material wblcb titay could do nothing ic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, Via LouIstIIIcA Xcitbwontern train was milling east roproentatives of the classlca' culture "JHuc.tJruHH I J (Ml to.'.' V.tu thtmselvos, merely to get It c.t their through a ibunder-'liowe- r. for Tbo lighdjmg tfco j ropagatlou of which tbey lnnd. These young men bnd ueerdone plnyM alwat the car- - and nlong tlio aie used. 8hortetand Quickeat P.oato from Oeu Lse. Liwiivlllt Uliero are firty professors and teachers, and auy work, and had a natural antipathy ta J SO it m (Maw tral KontuoKy to all Point North, As wall as all DlaeaMa peculiar to Wonitn. wire, as it it ba I Arr. Lafcytstto. . SOo student'. s 00a m alout 'JO p ml It will at once to seen . i it Huob an rlemaiu in a c mmuuity wiier East, Wort and Southwest. Ir K. ran lwtnultl fret " ChteMi Cbartcf uiod rat "Talking about lightning, ' suld u jwiii-ge- r how llttlo like an American college tbe gym. lobor was tbt higlwt duty of 1.;, tJuM ol.bargeaad will be Sound at hi. otf.ee at all Kaat Line lieiwrou fiun tho west, "if you want to see naslum is when 1 tell you it bai a ton years' times t r tbe next three uiantbs VlaCiocInuatt btlpbutlie n disturbing one hon there. Ifghtm; that's llgbtniinf, go : C2.VCI.VX into hwhsrj out Hgbt-Vin- s enwrio of study, and that tbo usual time of By inulMloo lie refers to the lollowlei wa tiuub'. ' with tbo female m.'ii.i er- - Tb ts p m Xii:XIGTO. 1; 40 a u K we um Nebrasky. That' Uaolnnitt it en trail co is S or 1) ears of ngv. Tlio courto J. S. Hjel.y, C, A. Uiktf. cbel4ltln Lrl.t May 10, itoS J'"'"' Lre. lDdlaajIU niett of tboin wei-- wiineu who ,ud p m 11 SO p tn liS p V. Lot, Tom Murphy. for all that's out. Hut I'll never for- ft instruction for tbo lli'st year h religion, sunfjnl. Ky , Judge , do10 manual lirbor, and wiitn wicb fmui " " , blm (.osV, tal Arr. Oilentva. V. Temple, Jolin SI. poontflon-( Mo., Wo. i I w get I . ns,i)(ii9d ti a day' duty at the few oh was fooled out there ono day. A Germnii, Latin, arithmetic tbiough rbort A Bogle, Hu u.nrllk, II O. tiiiinslves Ky.; I'.ee. J. I wn out there I was going H'allT ttetiit Huoday da) j alter dlly. division and writing. was tub tboir complaint) uni oppasitio vt. Kx. Hun.! !ay I x Hun sutton, J ?. l!iblnKn, fiaacaeter. by ;. Tbess li. neross tiie rnlrie with n friend of untie, ' Religion"' is an optional stuly and Walker, C. (' Chrlsunii Klrkaellle. ueb a system weio loud and oiupbutic' Il aare your tlektts reJ l tbt Lre, GtrlBjion. s 10 a ml S 10 piu i ro p m Bryantsillle, Ky. J I. IM'ilel. MckId-nsiwhen I saw something tbut cauiU my hair chiefly of Iiible history, to which nr Ttie dissatisfaction caused Uy the e clash-in- s to Ky ; O. J Ilosley Ui.anon K),Mir Arr. l'arls .,IU S a mllu 15 pw i ;( p ia stand on end. It was a drank of light- cevoted three hours per woek During tbe ltowling H.OUTE, fiSOXsTON A A Mc'fiut.ls, " Islington 12 Caiuiilie.lSTtlle, K. view of the duty and llgiwt of labor pw'll ilin. 6 llp 1.1 ning going acroM the prnirio in leaps, as if last four years of tho course there are two Orttn.Ky iieo. Pohon, Judge J W. Hughw, wm6 aomoUiing tbut it was hoped time would II IS a tn 10 It n m pM t v.. - , , 111. the i nulckaat. tho 11 I.Tt. Prls . . .. it ware an ammal. My eye ouli barlly profofsorsof reli.ion, 0110 Cahiolic nnd tho Harrodaliurg Kv ,t I tmiinate, McAloe, Ky. (L. v .. n n ii,i ... ..i points Arr. WlMbostar 30 pm 11 HO pu! 0 l't p m remove, but when the lirst ha crops. dlrwt line to Chlr-atl it was so inst. 'Well,' says I to thor Piotostunt, who instruct tho youth In 2 da " Itlchiuood.... li 7 ii pir in iiit .oTin"c. uptm wuicii iieiianee was pltited for tho sup-- p louow it. " Ijiiieaiitr . . .. all tof tbo colony, indepandent of outdda ...j .,.u,.. Wuv iwn.s nn um iiguuiin5 over u,,alr somewhat varying viewa of history & Dpn1 Tickets v tbt Mono Rut on aa't at lull In " Itowlaml . Hv... ... .w,,.w ,v llRhtninz. For rjta,wsps and ia inirii.. fiiwnisiiin. to tbu piofttrouce of ...... ...0 were grown and boussd, aud and reMMjrceJ, Y l.Te. KlohHijiid. S 114 1.1 nnd zifizag lightning, pnrents or guaiaians. , .,.- .- ,. t, . I'll nua. rot ....., Ueoioiriiy is added fotmil to to utterly inadequate, the very but I never mw lij;! Arr. lltrtM .j s an p iu ....... inlng follonins tin tbo second year, nnd bUtory the third. y AVj.ffHeibbY.O.rt A . IsUTllle. " LlTlllStOH. .. 00 in .... foimiution of tbo colony wns endangered. grouvl like thnb' ' then holds its place in tho course A low withdraw from tbe society. Tbe "'Tliot'RWhsro your otr,' says Nobiu-Hou.nof rattles .altes frightened more 'that bnln't ntiy lightning nt all my friend; throughout tho remaining seven years, No. 11 No. 1 No. t it's a jaclc only from one to two hours nray. Ono member of tbo colony brought jabbitexercisiu' te! hislf.'" week nre given for its Instruction. Tbo in seventeen large rntt!ers in one day. Oi.o Lie. LtrlDjston. . ii 00 a mi American practlco in teaching history is to feJ ii iters cf these erpeiTt was so largo tunt John . tO K am .lilies or 1'lpo Lines. ' oommenoo with the lilstory of tiro Unltod Arr. Ulchn.iiri'i . 11 S5a iii Duttou, tho foieuiniiof tbe colony's shoo Frnnl: Leslie's lllustrnted ) State, but tho Uerinitns commence with tho sl.op. bad tho hl:lti taune4 mid be then Lta. P.iwlauJ . There oro SS) tuitos of lines laid behistory of tha "Morning land," Egypt, " Linctiter ,. s 01 in made from 'it n pn.r of slit p?rs whicu to tween jioiuts in tho oil re;;iti and Now Aw. Itlcliinijn Vvrk, Hjianlcla, A'syrJa, etc, anl walk down tho .11 0J am Koatnted 10 Mr. Groohy on hi next visit. I'liiladelpbia, lhltiniore, Clovela'id a and ogos, ending with "From the peaco of Wot-phali- a Lre. IllelnnoaJ ,... ' I 01 a ra 1 20 p un. Aftei it boenme apparent that tin tillBuif lo. Arr. AVIncbeiter.. . 7 03 a ta i It it m to tbo nineteenth century." Latin able area of tbo oc!ety' land was not equal nro double-piled- homo portions of tho main linos , s 01 a in 3 18 a in .. Arr l'arls making tho total lo.igth continues throughout the course, nnd, after to providing Jft with reces-arJ supple, tbo l.SIJ mile , m.t including tho Iinmonso 7 25 a in i jo p m' 2 10 pm Lre. Lexington k ! fuur years' instruction. Crr-.a-r is toachod. 11.1 tubers went to work with a wili o ? S 15 a iu 3 2 to in-- 1 . Lro Paris p iu 3 3.1 itui of feeders. 1'ipos ranging from four While the Latin courso will comparo . 1130 a ui ft 00 p 111, 6 lease it, and the planting for tbe season of to six Indus In dinmoter Arr. Coring! on p in iuJ used on tho ISJJJi was nearly double what a had been main lines, which can stand n prossuio of favorably with the work dons in tho Amor-Ica- ti it HTARl'Onil, ICV u. I collogo, tho Greek Is much more previously. Good mat kets bad boen found 1,530 sxay.svim.i: iut.v.;ii. 5 ! to for tbo shoes and wagons that wero mado 15,0JJ pounds of tbo tquaro Inch. About limited. In matbomatlcs no comparison Is barrels crude oil nro dally forcod possible, as tho tenth and last year in tbo WALTON, W- by tbo colony, and although individual capS9 O.0l, fKo si, through these pipes tjtuo seaboard markets, gymnasium finds tbo student nlth algebra, c Dallr ital had been sadly drawn upon, tbe (i cost of about S cents per bnrtultotbo o al El. Hun, Er, Hun, geometry and piano trigonometry. French Is publisbid evrcy Tuetday ml Krlilay at tho the colony would to that 6 Oi taught from two to threo hours ov neek low price of during ISMS were so cbeering that tbo transportation company, 2 00 p m LT? V"T,ul0U- -a for four yean, nnd there nio optional studies Lexltiiion i 7 21 a members remaining looked hopefully into a M M I'm (tin- Untried Aristocracy. " : ..- o 8 20 a ia! ot two b uunweek In Englloh for tbroo TWO MOLLAKS I'EK YEAH. 23 tho future. Tho cropj never looked better, ,,., iq 0 a ,n 7 60 j, nj Arr Maysrlllff a Chicago Herald. w years, tlireo hours In Hobrow for threo years, m all inspects, than tbay did in tbe summer Tbo true landod aristocracy of tho Uuttod undeno hour per woek in Italian for ono No. si of 1S45; but when tbo colony awoHco on tbe No. fit ' botmt-llor'SDally Dally o z morning 3i tho Fourth of July or that year States is'composo 1 of rjd men. Thoro nro .rear. -- OP AkLCLASJKJ- Kx, bun Kx. tiun bo It Is dilllcult to sso how ouy nubitantlal nothing was to suu but a about '.M.j.OOJ In Hans, and tholr land reservations amount to nb ut 173.00J square progress can bo mado by such light work, blackonod CO p m waste field, of o s-garden, miles. Noatiy and Cheaply Execute d. Arr Pari 8 10 a ru 3 15 pm Each Indian lms, tberdfere, u llttlo but only tbe piollmlnnry work is expected aad orcbarJ. Not u liviug tbiug nzton G 10 p 10 a 4 cf u squaro mllo of to bo uccompli.bed. in ' on Natuial clnce is lemnlucd all tbe " '; tract The ;noio than Cirlnglan ....' 11 .to. m 1. ni pm Kj for tho last two year, and only two A. benvioit aud most doadly frost that was land. Tbo lo.ervnllons of Dakota, Mon0 Nokk Trains Hand 4 are dully between Winhours por o.k is given to tbo pursuit of ever known before or since in that region tana and tho Indian territory comprUo square niilos, occupied by about l'J7,000 cbomistry, botany, geology, zoology, nnd chester Ixilnlon nnd CoTlnctonj other tintnr bad destroyed nil remaining hope tor tbe o an dally except tiunday. IndiuiiH, oi less than ono inhabitant to tho physics. Of couro that only makes a mero THE INTERIOR JOURNAL colony's existence, ts starvation stared tbe Train No. 1 rum via Islington anl I'nrli, ami gllmpso through the open door posslbb. cot vl.i Wintheiter an I Paris. colonists In tbo face, and In two days cf all square mile. And the 1 OJlsvllle lilrectconn itlnntare made at Winchester with Ibat bu.y community among tbo Pike Not Accustomed to It. o Chesapeake A Ohio for Mt Sterling Asliluid, A Stingy Mini. county hills not a single soul remained. HuotiiigioB, Cearleston, W. Va , and Lstern clt. Exchange Courier- (Chicago Lodjer Each ono bail taken hU personal gods and Yotmg ostrichos nro warmed out of tholr O Vll r.lna. Vni H nnl 1 v.,n -- I. t,.,... "He's too stingy to dfo. IU only keopi and gone his way. Tho Grosley bbolls by cbattoJs. o .'li " HollJ Train., with Pullman 8l Incubators iu California, and nllvo to sava ftnernl wo p.ners tor little T. a Oue year fur only felony wi, destrtcd. oxm:iso." manifest great astonishment wbon they dis price of one a wore thnu tbe "You're too hard on liim altogether." Tbo inteiost wbloh Horace Greelov took cover Ibey are not in nn African tlesort. ' Tiraiuh lleknta and yipjaja t,ui.Ai ,. "1h11, you just olrer to bury bim cl jii tuis BQgiaiiMic osparimeut may bo known Tboy bavo not yet becomo accustomed to lor one yewr J deatlnatlon reached by rallruaJ. your owi oximiiso nnd sot If It don't kill ..,IiV..i.'i.,Vwlih will roc.-lvthe Courlcr.Jourual, the tua .8 w York & Krle being batched on this continent. 8. F. D. MOKSI5, it sMnwu mat W. It, WHITTLESEY, liim with joy." rspietsiiitttlTO newspaper of the south, dauwerat-I- c was tben complstod only as far ai AKSilt, railroad Patu'fr TrT. IVm. AkcbI, OaTlngtou. Ky, and for a tarltf for revenue ouIt, and tb ljt. . KT JUlddlstown, i. there, to reach WB.X WILL YOU cough when fililloh'a Curt WILL YOU SUFFER with llytptpilu atd Llr. C. W. SMITH. e?ISMrA.1l': and ablest family weekly in the United H. W.VuM; Tilil PAPER a Hie colony, a most todlous coach rldo ot will gire luimedhlo rollvff to 'ieMoral Manager. t i PrUe 50c nud f i, l'or er Couaiilalnt? bslloh'i Vltallsir Is juarautco I to slitcs. Those who desire oan estuint thistawi'Io do so at ottie forly rallos ovor tbo bills of northern Now sale by I'cqqta McAIlster, copy of tho Coutlw-Jouraouieyou. For salt by To. ny A McAllaui. iiliiiclnl Im-- Aii forty Vonrs Aso Thcor,, 1'nictlo. mill l'nlo SIiocliijVi VI. Incident, l'enli Irniw.i, hi ntevs-nrYet Jlr. Cruelty piM frequent visit to tbt vildurnoJi community. Ho tb failure of tlio eobama iiiucb to boart. Among tlia members of tho csjJoru was n certain farmer from Monro county, l'n,, nurrwd Keualu. lie was Mich nil enthusiast In the idea of Industry that bo Mdd lilt farm in Monroe anility for $l,S0O, invosttd it all in stock of tbo Sylvniitan society, and )lactl at the colony V disposal his 'pmiii or liorw4. Aftr the cbllnpw of tbo cbeine be wtnt to 2Ctv York, a bo after-unr.- l said, Trrwy nn.l Fifco county, STUTTGART'S SCHOOLS. THE POLTECHNIKUM, ARCHITECTS' SCHOOL AND GYMNASIA. A Desirable Farm Oontdniug about 100 Acres of Good Land, Pension Claims Prosecuted WITHOUT FEB MUiniliiiliiiliin' i 111.1. i.iii - i Studies sVhlcli Will Assist nnd Jlltimlno llsciy I'incttcitt Art lu Which Men HngiiKC Tlio Iliiihlors In it (irimiastiin. (Stuttgart Cor. l'lotieer-I'roi- Nearly all In cuHlTStlon, sltitstcd oo tUo Stanford l nlew iiircMtlul. Twenty yens cxptrlen. . Apaud I.ineas'cr turnplko road, about '1 milts liom ply to StII.O it. STKVKXS A CO. bsurastcr, Ky. Well ImproTcJ Will bo sold OFFICia-- , Washington, I), I'., CloTelaud, O , ol ntltfttclr. Any oao In need on such a on cn the cnllluK J. Totter iDetrolt, Mich, Cht.sgj, 111. let tho particular bytho undersigned at tlllberts C! place or ndtircMttiK rreek,!l.lticoIn rauntr, Ky. , 3bi 1 IS (iLiaTL..-h.- t ii 'u iBn aiipa lijUISVILLE & NASHVILLE 'RR r - r .i wr IIOI.T7.V.I.A JOUX Int lor K 11. Smith's As II-- Heirs. toglvo Hornoe Oital' a HOTXSIst n 3?OBR MAjTIE IllUmi-burn, flrtt-cU- Mon-lo- nw kind of Lntnbur Preparod to Furnish any tur store, we aro IlaYlrg oponeil upsbiintur YARB. LUMBER jsrd rearof lathe THE ORCAT Through Trunk Line 1 o 1- -.- 1 '" Desirable Town Property. JUNK TMhOMUh-gltlng6umm- I 1 , s. j ll J ,' srn(xllloIlK. SOUTH & WEST , KWTEE COiTiX.aE. d ICE! ICE! IGE! lr 1 .,.... lt "St. Mnry's Mills" f-- t'.T takii, Classical huhgeon i t, 1 wlzz-wazsi- -- ! LUMBER! Jora-SjiLoflc- f'-i- r, n FEMALE COLLEGE SEPTEMBER bo-o- ' j,:;. u ;;., St. Louis MTi'oine & tho West il 1 God-kyll- co:i-taln- td MYERS HOTEL, fM nork-r.om- wagon-maker- '- d STANFORD. KY. Propr o I (Jen-ora- Reputation, nrr. nmu-e-ueli- ts w-r- e Dr. E. J. Tfickorson, and "il'' O. & M. and Snro nootious s J, oasy-fittin- j g . m-N- f,r .1-- n't '";; I'crrlo! an-otb- a j 1 (n PaiM-oax- ' toe-nnll- - 1 tele-gmr- h right-of-wa- it 1 n ner 1 iTl Uu-vllle- tau 1 con-sU- 1 .. 1 !w'l IHU 8i SI , nheet-llghtnln- s, --- THE SEMI-WEEKL- HU-tor- pre-6len- frsilBe?1 I ir i tn , , .Jniiw y not-wor- Interior Journal P. 'sJijrj.eatc .i s Q O O 1 Pro'r. proi-pec- ts 0 j o G 6iu NORTIt-IlOUN- Lr 1 - job xvouhl Grand Combination Journal a I Si tno-thlr- CD J 9? 111 l&),-03- Weekly 8:-t- c. wt TW-e- n 11 I'l'-Aj-