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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885081401 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. Semi V gpr & JKIIU M.4Jt. 1 kT . BLlkl 'j. . - $$ STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUCUSlVu: 1835. rf a' ill IT fl irl 1 S VOL. XIV. &mi-88tch(n3lnterior NO, 47. louriml TitcmldVH I I'ubliHhctl mul I'rltlav to 83. OO Wbarl'l vMt X'ZSU In ANNUM. ttrlctly idt d?anc. II w bate tlmn, 8i!.no will l chanted. V. P. WALTON. 1 examine the UI on whlih jour name Ii printed mid reuilt ui tlie amount you owe If you are In arrears. HALLS GAP, LINCOLN COUNTT. "V V A largo nuuibfr of the jrounr- - people will tako in the concert at Rowland Hitur day niht. Corn crops in thin locslilr prfnent rather n pcor apptar.itice nwinc to tlio hot woitlor nnd an ineufllcirnt ntnonnt of rain nt lhi proper time. Wtt. C.C (5ren oiomiI hl nieetitt Sunday night ami left Monday for hi home in Louirllle Ten additions to thp BiptUt Cnurcli are the Irultn of lii labor. The negroe are havlofj ijulte able at their church on top of the knob Kbits Graham and Owaler of the Christian church, are doing the preechinc and it I aild thM ther hve pruded lots of imp!-didarkiex ts forko the error of their war and flea from the wrath to come. Haino of the while folks wnt to hear them prcich nihl, Jut to pratlfr their curiolty, and one oid gentleman who ia considered ;ood authoritr on religious matter, ys tint be heud n sermon "proached I exclueiclr from the bible, haven't heard for years." Mm. D. V Onrslrtet, of JeKamioe county, ia visiting her daughter, Mrs. N. W. Ssmpeoa. Mm Vlck Incraui, of Louisville, and Mrr. (Jreen, of Junction City, arc guests of Mm, J no. (J Hill. A. T. Martin is ahtenl at Way nee burg ntlpndin, the wncirttiun Jno. M. 1'iebN, wlii wa sj low with typWd fever at i Hin i lTe re-ri- val !t (;jr ....... s. improves u..trr Hi skillful attention of Dr. Klee'e Kiiley. The nuoinrius friends of Mls Xjm Iynn will regisjt ti learn that she decided to return to her home ner Mt. Vernon Saturtin Msrtin are day. Mie Mollie an.1 visiting friends at Sla f li' 1 Cviie ion ltii.tufM. The way to get the better of the btiuit jtten without blue pills or ((uiniim is to lake the juice of one, two or thrto lemnos. a apititocraves, in as much water is iitmke it plussitnt to drink without sulmt beioro gninc to bol. In the mori ing, on risine, ni least half an hour bffore gcing to brrakfat, tike the j jlca of one lemon in n goblet of water. This wii' cUsr tbe system of humor and b.le w th lOieienry, without anv of tbe People weskinitig tircts of cHlomei. abouli! not irritate? the ntomach by eating lemons elesr; the werful acid of thej'iice which is always most conceive, invariably produces iclhrnitlon after a while, but properly diluted, so that it does not burn crdraw the throxt.lt does its medicl work without harm, and, wben tlo stomrch Is clear of food, has abundant opportunity to work over tlie system thoroughly.-M- ed ical News ScNuit.c Talk Tnc negroes of New York have in tbe7'mn an orgin which is edited with ability and good sense. "Let us be manly and ocinlstent,' sajs tbe edit"Wo have or to his colored constituency rendered no service. If we are anxious to have the ndvantages of denir.crs.lic victories, v must lialp the detnecrats to win them. To say that Mr. Cleveland has ben inconsistent towards us bectuss he hia not npp"inted or retained In high places colored republicans is highly ridiculous and absurd." The mn who writes in this (drain has in him tho making of n good dem oral. We commend his iitteranoeH to thn mugwumps who des'.re tbe retention In in oflho of men who not only refuse to help democracy, but do all they can to oppose it Missouri Republican Pai'ER Shoe. -- An Englishman has a procesa of manufacturing ilippers, sand tls, Bnd een common shoes out of pi pr. Paper pulp, or jnpier mache, is employed for the uppsr, which is molded to the desired form and sir., and a sole is provided inadn of pper or postt-bor- d, leather-board- , or other unliable paper mn which is united to thn upper by terial, means of cemonl, glue, or other ndbeiivo material. Tho upper is creased, embossed, or perforated at the Instep nnd sides, rendering it somewhat pliable, and preventing its cracking while in use. pi'-entbj-gacd Prof. Wiley, of the Agricultural Depart n nnnt, aijs the manufacture of gluco'o twelve years ago, and now twenty t tablishments, In revcu States, tiro cngsged In its production, involying a capital of 0 $10,000,000 an 1 a cspacily to consume buibels of corn ( dy, giving employment to 4,575 men, paying annually wage?, consuming material worth 13,703,000 nnd yielding a product worth 01,-00- SI 8 270,00 Salvation Army A officer in Delaware has an original way of proving tho wickedr.oss of this woild. tho end ol bis eddresa ho always says: 'If theio is any Chrielinn In this let him bold up hid hand and I otve with him and epend the will t" nigH ' .rafge to cav, no Christian hsi yet bcn known to hold uphUhand.-Bil-tlnto- ro American. A Tn-wa- rtU Slvmib Tjsi'. BOYLE COUNU. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Wo niked KepreHenutlvt-ele- ct Ucbbitt As this report clod (12 m., Tuesday) Managed ty Jr.o. B. Fab. ytHterday to givo ui hia biography, which ai:ood. soakinir and much needed rain is The lon an I much ncodl bgs he did un follow: fall In?. 'n'.llng Isnt nlbt. He said lie was born 3lS years after the Sells Uo. I'irous is to be hern the .1.1 Mrs. C. 8 NiolJ oiinwsicel her noble ert of printing was invented, at Dal. ofSvpt. It is a railroad clrous and h its sohuol at this pVo Mondav mirjing. 8he la, In the county of Pulaski, State of own crs. has a very full attendance. Kentucky. His father was John Ibbbitt, Mr.S. H. Weatherford and Mu EmTne"bir" ars all staying at kome a grand old Virginian gentleman of vatt ily W. Whltehou'e obtained licvJi" lr. this tlmj. all sty they don't know reading and most extensive) information, ry en the 10th inst. euythingand sru not afraid of tho grand who was a Major tinder the old malitia law The Institute adjourned i: -- i vn jury. of Kentucky held several minor office' in ing and to its credit be it -- OjSsturdif, tha20;bday of August, i io 1i.i Pulaski and came in 3 votee of beating the the usual cut dried resoluiij.n Uljd 1'ierc is ti In union Sunday-fchoo- l pienfe Honorable Berry Smith for tie Legislature. are we. near M wets') or Mt. Guthrie. Tbe My father wns r man cf Ihe pttrect morals tVbi-- A.J. R;an will at tie followlug sonj'jls will bo represented: of any man I ever aw. He mo;t earnestly Ctiholic C'ltirca Sunday mornine and Freedom, Frlenlahip, Mt. Vernon, Wilmot, endcavoted to instill into tlie hearr of bis night when a Isrgcoonnrenitinn uuy be ex Oak Hill, Mr. Guthrie. two boys the same lore nnd practice of pect'd. K C W.slton, biidiii's-minsger for morality. He juccredtd o w? In mwelf The ? .mr"-- t ami II trrmi-bu- r clil tbe I.NrKiitou Jouksal. wi in town this that I neither chew uliicc". ciufkc, drink tf lu- - lull ilsy-- ,l ii tie fcMtm Wedned tv, wnk phaki g haids with hU j friends, whisky, gamble in ny f'rtii, u prnfnt.f core , to, Jiie S.)iuersets ni.d DuivilVs who are always Bld to seo him. Dr. J. language, and in all repeat my moral willpUy j W. Grant and datizM-- r L'lll. of L.n(!... is lidf' tbeunirodJen (no -- Th up-colored IJjptlst ArsceUlinn i ti'l Wr. re A .1 w at thin placi Mount Slnal and as pure the frcz-In seiiionhud viil imt Hiij .urn until Hun- Mi Cb-Williums in visliinL' Mib gems that glitter upon its icy eurfice. If day and night A large number of ministers Josie Pettus, of Lexington. She will morality alone would serve as a t to other d.'lirtts are in attendance main in that city until niter the fair. Miss heaven, when I knocked at the portals of Centre Cjlleee and the Preparatory Ida Adams is vlniting frierdi in Winches-Departmethe New "Heaven would open thereof will open promptly on ter. Mi-- s Clay, of Lsxington, i spending wide her ever during gate, harmonious tbe2adof September. Prof. J. ii. Walton, of a few days with Mrs. Frank Keppert, at sound oa golden binges turning," and if tie Prep informs your correspondent that this place. Mr M. C. Btng baa moved tinraliiy would aid a man ic obtaining bis rchool will be full. hack to her property, recently occupied by office the door of the capital would open of There is to bea Clay Pigeon t.urnamcnt 'Jack Adams, Jr. Jack Adams will board its own accerd whenever I declared myfclf here on thn 2i);b inn, unJer the tmnsgo- - with Mrs Hragg, as a candidate fcr the legislature Hut it uuntof the Danville Gun Club. There are The following name! nttorncya from a is otherwfre tho conduct cf the moral five 'eventi." with valuable snd useful 'did snee aro at the c.rcuit court nt tlis prixts for the winners in cich. No charge place this week. K C.Warren, common-wi- ll mm is a continual rtbuke to the immoral hence '.ho enmity of the latter to the forbe made for birds. Admission to wealth's attorney; Jndge J. W. Alcorn, M. mer. My motbor was the widow Hays, grounds 25 cents, ladies and shooters free. C. Sacfley and M. Peyton, Stanford; Cola. daughter of Thomas Stigall, of "Slignll While Dr. Fayette Dunlap was taking W. O. Bredley and Sam M. Burdelt; Lan-- a Ferry." Tho rcnowced Lolcuitn Stir-all- , nap in the cleeplng room ndj lining bis csstcr; Col. T. Z Morrow en 1 O. H. Wad-offic- e who was so foully murdered in Pulaski at ono day this week a thief entered and del, Somcreel; W. L. Brown, W. II. Ham-stol- e his home at the close of the war, was her n valuable gold watch, some valuable sey, G. M. Jones, Joe Craft and Judge G. oldest brother. Her mother was a Harris, papers and eeveral dollars in monty from Pearl, London; Jut'ge Ilatnon, Williams a sister of United States Sen- his coat and vet pockets. No nrreets nnd burt; Will Keppert, Liberty, and Geo. M ator Iham G. Harris, of TrntHi-te- . My no suspicion as to the guilty parties, Davidson, of Stanford, who contemplates advantages for the acquisition of nn eduMr. W. R Bowman, of this place, has locating at th h place for the purpoeu of cation was by taking my book with me in invented a car coupler which certainly practicing Iiih profession. The summer . I. .. I I f u uc "e,u al ..! K"w'' teems to be tbe thine long eougbt after. It term of tbe Kockca;tle circuit court ",'g from its contents while mv horse mi of a truck with curved handle vened last Monday with hia Honor, Jadge ruling, and ts 1 went to and came from placed Inside of the old fashioned draw- - M. H. on the bench. He deliver-buamill and whllo my turn wss grinding, of wblch hells tbe pin in position ready eJ to grand j iry tbe clearest and most wa dsysaod of Kjndays, when the other to fall mt" tbe link, when tbe link lid J in intelligent that has ever been boys of the tiiigbborlo! were rutibinc pisttion by an ingeniously contriv-- 1 delivered to rt grand jury of this county, wild over the hills. Asa conseqtieocc, at ed stirupon the opposite draw. head strikes The only case of imporlanci that has biei the early g of 14, I commenced teaching ittries! was of the commonwealth vs. in the public schools the boys of the WakeSeld it Hudson Hold last week to Kice, for the killing of Wick Roberts-Martineighborhood who bad the name fscilitie Thompson Co, of New Oflean, ' Jury hwight in a verdict of "not guilty.1' for acquiring an esiucttion I had. Head 12 II b. muled at S105 To sam jar Tlit Polk cise svas continued till nsxt law at Somerset under Moore A Perkins ties 4 Southern hors fcr $1.10 tv 5173 court. Jos. Frazsr was fined S50 each in and received the Dabbing touches in that Uood roadsters ) Sime to Henry Water- for sellirg whisky and two cr intrictlpfcioace in the cftice of the accom- mar, of Hawktnsvillr, Gs., 3 Southern tnrte other par. in jeceised the samo fiae. plished anl brilllsnt T. 'A Morrow. Have rrtudHters at $1J0 Same firm bought this Tnu grard has reported about 10 well nitih ruinct my reputitiou for solidity from Mercer county pirtitH 1 South-- 1 dlctumnts tip to thi time. by eutermir the leciure tleld aid sptaking crn chunks at 5110, $120 and $180. A promiamt citizen of Joiih county, all over Kt'itucky on "Love, Courtship I'Vtai AineS 16h ioules at from $ll)0 to ,ftMira, who hioixi hi'li in th' ohurch, made and Msrrisgr," and other irivial sol jects, $15. Mr. Waterman shipped the norcs a vifit to Meridian laiely, and upon hi re- as tbe priseoi Governor will never entirely above alludes! to urd 15 otbr to bis nun told hia neif.hbcM tbat lie had eeen recover Irntn the etlc:s of Lh Duluth home in Ga,, on Wednerday ice uunuftctural in thr.t town with tbe sprech. Hut I am a dual mm. I can be There sea" n nther remarkab legal thermometer h'andioi; at 9Sa It roon be as pro'me hs wstir or vs iolid a ice. investigation at Shelb C.ty Tue-da- v before came a settled fact in the mindH of the Heretofore I felt free and unfettered to an- bis Honor, Judse Moore Mid a j iry. Linda member of the church that Brother Black swer a fool nccordidg to his folly, to casI Wallace and Newton Bill were charged had degenerated Into an able liar. Charges pesrli before swine in short to act and with violating the peace, but tbe proof were preferred Hiir.st him and a commitI pleae at my own expente, but showed them to have been guilty of violat talk tee of church members were appointed to now I can only do so at tr e expene e of my ing the "th commandment. Tbe jjry how vicit Meridian and convict theerrinj; brothconstituents, therefore I shall leave the ever found tho defendants cuilty and fined er of lyin. They went, saw the ire manuhumcrous and linguistic Bjbbitt behind them $10 eicb. Biij Spajlding, E f j , factured, and returning home eo reported and take the sslid sensible Ibbbitt to prosecuted and Messrs. J. B. McFerran and to h meeting of all the church members. A Fnnkfort. J. W. Yerkts defended. The elcuuence of look fif aloni?hnient on the faces of tbe How to Eat a Watermelon. Very tbe lawyers is said at t.mes to have been aeecmbled brethren eoon itavo way to ore sublime. e. wstermelon, few people know how to of indignation, and Brother Blan': and the Miss Emma Weisegar has returned just as notons man In ten tliouacd knows entire committee were incontinently exfrom a visit to Mrs. Senator Vest, of Seda-ii- a, how to eit nn orange. To be properly Demopelled from the church -- Time Mo Miss Mattie SneeJ, of Lagrange, the perfect watermelon should be crat pounrcd on In the patch jjst after sun up is here visiting her. Mr. Jaui- - II. Otter Bucken's Arnica Salve. It stould be cirefully selected. In response and family hove arrived from Liuisvllle THE BEIT SALVi: In tho world fjt Cuts, and are now occupyinz their new home to an eager thump there should follow a UruU.-s- , ioit. L'lors oslt HUeum, Fever Sores, dead and mealy sound, and the melon recently purchased from Mrs. R. R, Jor.fs. Tatter, ChippM Haud, Catlldalns, Coras and all Miss Agnes Sitnnet, who has been quite ill bklii Kruptluns, nd pisltlve-lshould not weigh leat than Ueoty five curi Piles, or no pound'. Afur it is pullod it (hould be at tbe resilience of her cousin, Mrs. C. P. pay rojJlred. It Wi ir.itu.)l ti $ v pjrfect sit per lifac'lon, or money leluuded Price 25 split from end to end with a thort bladed Jackson, in the country, lias ncvercd njf. A. Mc Mister. fioiently to be (this to oome to town, where 1k. Tor sale by Peany pot that in tearing it open the A Walking Skeleton glowing and jitict fcesri, bursting loote she now is with Mrs. H. E Samuel. Mrs. Mr. K. prIn,cr, of Mechaobsburg, Pa, vrntos II E Woolfolk and children have reltirncsl from Its confinement, shall find a lodgment "I wits attllcted rlth lung ftvtr acd nbscers ou on one side only. At this point the knife from ChsntanEU. lungs and ndiiccl to i Hoiking tltltlm. (lota free b to be Hung nv.y. For a moment the trial bntlloof Dr. Ktn'a New DItoorcry for ConI.OUI1VILLK, Kv , Ko). 23, 15J2. sumption, which did hid so much good I bought a eye should bs allowed to feast itself on the Your"FAMO'A TOOTlt WASH" is a most vision thus suddenly brought to view, then delicious and excellent dentlfrlcs. It removes a dollar bottle. Alter uslug time bottles, found mysoltonce more a man, completely rctored to the besrt Bhould bs scooped out with tho tartar and cleantos tic teeth from nnj- - stains more health, with n hearty appetite and a gain In flesh readily llian nay other preparation for tho teeth of 43 poueds." Call nt Penny & McAlIstci's Drug band and its r.cctarium meat tiiurst upon that I bareeToriitfd, It hasa'most happy tho hot and thirsty piltte, There ought In henlln; tore gums, nnd in restoring them to a fc'toronnJ get a frro trinl bottle of this cure for nl' Lung Diseases, Largs bottles 1, to Ih something ravage in the ei.ioyment sound condition. It deserves extensive, nnd inof a watermelon; it ought to be crushed deed, universal adoption. Yours, truly, Thousands Say So. IlKV. Jso. V'. Pratf, Mr. T. W. Atkins, Glrard, Kan., writes: "I ncv- and Bsraliowod with uvnlity. Tho man I'cstorof Sicond Prcsbjlerlnu Clmr(b, who knows how to ctjoy one will come I'ripnre--t by PauiMt Chemical Co., I.ouisrll!e. er hesitate to recommend your Electric Hitters to my customers. Thoy glvo entire satisfaction and away from tho fray with the owee's in hie I or Siu by 11. L. llourne, Stanford. cro rapid sellers." Electrio Bitters are tho purest Athoard, in bis hair nnd on bin clothes nnd best niedlclno known and will poiitively euro lanta Constitution. "Hough on Hats" clears out rata and mlco. ISc Kidney and Liver complaints. Furlir the blood "Hough ou Corns" for Corns and Bunions. Ifc. nnd rogulato tho bowels. No family can atlord to Small MArrKiw. The tiervo o( the Thin people, "Wells' Health Hnewer" restores be without them. They will save hundreds cf dollars in doctors' bills every y ar. Sold nt fifty tooth, not at large in the fin en cambric health nnd vigor, cures dyspepsia, Ac. 1, "Hough on Toothache" gives Instant relief, 15c. cents n bottle by Penny A McAllster. needle, will eomctimcB drive a ctror r man I.vlles who would retain freshness nnd vivacity, Not a Singie Gray Hair. to distraction. A motquito can tnako an don't fall to try "Wells' Health Rcnewer." "You may laugh nnd think u;o n vain thing," elephant mad. A coril rock, which csuccb "Uuchu-palbn,- " groat Lidncy nnd urinaiy cure. rats, mlco cleared writes Mrs. J. '.. O, of 8.U1 Krancico, ton film J I'll OJ, roaches, ants, a navy to lloundtr, is thn work of woruia In this city, "but I havo not a gray balr In my ont by "Rou;h oa Itats," 15c. The warrior that wlthMocd death in n "Hough on Cough;," troches, 15c; liquid, 25c. bond, and yet (sad to say) I am fifty aid a day. thousand forma may be killed by nn Inject. P.eecutly my liVr was not only qulto gray but Tor children, slow In development, puny and quite thin, to). Parker's HaIr,H.iliam made iu Tho deepest wretchedness often results from dollcato, use "Wells' Health Henewer." "Hough on Dentist" Tooth Powder. Try It. 15c. New York, Itblnz did wondera lor tue. Try It patty main, chance iook from nno wo you have oeeaslua. It really docs what I say Nervous Wenkue, Dyepepsln, Sexual Debility If lore often prodticon estiuinile pain or unalnud restores tho color also." Not a die, not curcsl by "Wells' Health Ktuttrer." SI. loyed pleasure. Only relhlilo SOcsnt Mother Sivan's Worm Syrup, for feverlshness, gnuiy, highly perfumtd. dressing. tasteless. 25c. worms, conslip-itlou- ; TheRirafle ia the moet valuable itDiniel Slinging, Irritation, nil Kidney nnd Urinary Chetr Up ! Help is at Hand (1. rzhibiled. Llltlo cries, from five to ten complaints cured by "Buchu-pnlba.- " "I rid Afraid I shall have to bo tcken to the hosNight sweats, fever, chills, mal.HU, dyspepsia, pital or ta the poor house. I have been sick 10 feet high, are estimated to bo worth from by "Wells' Health Hencwer." 52 300 to $3,000 Luce ones brlnL $10,-00- 0 cured husbind(vrltoin lady) Is three limes the long that my hiikbaud. gwd and patient as be is, My cn't sued the ivorry nnd oipenso much longer." and ihtw from 10 to 20 feat from man since ulng "Walls' Health I'.cucwer." !t. No you wont, dwr wlfo and mother, fieo what to $25,000. worn out nnd $15,000 If you are fallluj, broken, Pnrktr't Tonic will di) for you. Plenty women ns mo "Wells' Hctlth Henewer.1' SI. ldl- cU'as you are have been rrscuvdalmou trom C ncionati ban about one church to every I'revaleneo 01 itiiney coiupMini in Ameriea; tbe grave by It. It will build you up, curing all SI. eoiupieierure two thousand per-obut If ono ebould i.l liatnts if thestouaeb, liver ami Lidsejt, end is simple, plmint and safe. bok into n church nn Sunday night, he Indigos-HoAHEYOU MADE MtsEHAnLE by would conclude that tbcra were about two SHILOH'3 CATAKUU ItEMEDY, a poilltvo Coustlpxitloa, DUilncst, Los or Appetite-YelloMerhouiand chttrcboi to evorr psMon. Skin? Shlloh'a Vltallzer Is a positive euro for Catarrh, Dyphthcrla nnd Canker Mouth, chant Traveler. salt by fenny A MoAUiter cure, for sale by I'ennyA MeAlUlir. ' FONTAINE BOBBITT. DANIflLLE. rln r illeao hotlnl CENTRAL UNIVERSITY. of Philosophy, Utters and Science. Richmond, Kyt SEPT. 2, 1885. HJ3XT SESSION OPEN3 WEDNESDAY, llioraugli Instruction. liillas-ntrt-lli- an Tit tnj ;. isu r jirS lr. abloana exrcrleLceJ intiuctnrf. Comprelienalre course at CoiaplctencM ot r.nlliIlDga nud apiMrxtus connnirliy lidlitlngnlibea for lit ictfnfa imtiiTe acd hositfulllr acil yoiiDKninrln.llioniilntbDHBdrfsiiilHea. .ot a Onlnoii In tlie elts. Kicliinonills nt an eletatlou of l.OOOltet atove the sea and tint fnm. "''ti'lnissaori.oeatloiil all uiaurlal inllueuc-i- . AcceltiHUy: lilchmoa-- I tbe geographical centre nf th- - Stats, in the liesrt of tbe ud It within a tw horns by rati of Louisville, Cincinnati, Kiionllle an.) ClulUnooir. Oloileratc .xpcnf: Board in the Kw Me.11 .rial Hall. Iiihtnl br j;aand by ateain ur. elfijant, Citiifurable lioaie 3112 SO rcr annum, and In he best titullles from $J to bcitid week Total Jl per Decenary exientoi lor the tf inonttii, Iroai JIU to JJt". 1'or fjll l ntOE-(IBAdingi11 lcforiaatlou nnd catalogue, apply tu ,. . flfI.Vr.V, It. It. dinner Hot--. s M'ROBERTS. & STAGG-- , DRUGGISTS m-n- ; tier'is-xtSatirda- upt-rd't- n 11 " PHAlfvlAGEUTISTS. d psr-'por- ' Opera House Block, IMSAIjEHS Cheiiilctils WnJl Paiier, IlrtuliH, IIS Stanford, Ely. Wluc. Jfjieiitur 'ienr-Uit-ioi- il Jrntteci faints, Ik, Ol Nttlonry, EillUipM, Soup. Porl'iuuerj, ToImwi'u.. Fire Vrtu- -. . Ui, I'ocksM 'iit!cr, Unntelet Our Jew clrr, Sllvervrnrc and '.'ntlcul IJoods Ilep.irtniPiit U in Change nfCtrt. Ilicharus, who will Repair Watches and Cluck iironiutly and in tho Ut' style. TI103. Iltru TATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY1 'Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Horraal scnooi, Military lacucs and uommerciai uourss of study. COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. lull term begins Sept. Qtli, 1885. Tor Catalogue and ofier lnformatlax. s Addre-- Flftoon Professors and Instructors. JAMES K. IATTEUSO?J, Pll. JO., Icxlllgtosi, Kctltuclti-- . l.l ""nB '7'""" ls tr. Wth Annual Session begins Kpt. Mtu- th. OlilandexperienotJ men in tho lamous 1.U'. uru; rerlrn unrivalled for Leautv acil health ChcmlnggTOTiTnttfc. collect: full FaculU . L'otuMeto course. I'.rnular Willi ah buntbtrtiF-nud kliaily grove . Prices low for lirst-clas- s II. S., A. I)., am! A. M., conferred, llcforeri'-- . fTtZ M 1 VV I'd! a BifV dclins send tor caUlojua to K. 31. UbDLKY, D. fDftimrfR9 Jj.llCUKliC J kKl Os-sle- d -- j.rvl tv-- Mnsoniieiiner 's Restauran OrrosiTB (JocRT-HotJE ' - ih' DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY. r hand and In Iti season, oystcra frosb fish, ana delicacies served In all ttylra and on short notice. Ixot out for the sign ''WooJblno Restaurant" and call wben you are hungry . F. IP. JZAHO.MISI.UKil Jb aim-lia- iva ft tocsf UariTille, Ky. C., I'l.VXOS, OiiQ.WS, ill US IO, Ac We are asn'sfjr the old and reliable Jjliu Church Co . of Cincinnati. Ohio, for the sala of PI- and anos. 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Iassencr Agt. LouisTille. Ky. Maaior, Ocn'l We!ern 'Atsenter ntcbraoii.1, Vlrrlnlu. I), (i. BDWAItDS. kiout. is. w. i'itlui:b. Ueu'l Pais'r AgH. beautiful, all but her skin ; and nobody has ever told her how easy it is to put beauty on the skin. Beauty on the skin is Magnolia. Balm. . Cincinnati, O. plates had Vesuvius in baso relievo and everything else volcanlcally suggestive. At The great Louisville Erpositijn opens Koine, Romulus and Ramus sucking a she. tomorrow. Naples, Its Boautios, Causo of wolf figured upon the butter, at the Hotel August 14, 1885 There are now 5S5 pitients in the Steaford, Ky deAllemagne. How is this for euiituent Scourgo, &o. Ltxington Asylum. and high art? Vesuvius ou toast! Romu. Fire in Frankfoit destroyed property A I.WATS l'HAININd THE I.OHD lua and Remus with hot French rolls! The W. P. WALTON. valued at $51,000. associations are rather overwhelming, are A 25 lb. baby is the latest achievement "P09rEcr Point," Landodu, N. India, they not? : o The Maditon county people do not like of a Georgia woman. But let Us take the days in order. After CONTINUED FKOII LASr 1S3DE. Lord Houghton, the poet and critic, is role that works bath way. Las', year a delicious breakfast, served in the very When we could detach our fascinated tbe Ibard of Eij jalizition reduced their dead. He was born June 19, 1S09. beat style, in the grand banqueting ball of Collector Atilla Cox hat assigned four gais trom the terrible volcano, we began nmmenj for taxation and thev thought the Hotel du Vesuvc, our dear chapcroco itacpleodid machine. This jear it in- colored men to duty in tho Louisville dis to notice that we were running rapidly and brother, Newbery now at home; in through a great market garden, that sup creased toe atteesment twenty-firper cent. trict. his clement; and thoroughly on hia mettle Twenty-siconvicts have escaped from plies the daily wants of the upon litod, fi ftcen per cent, upon town lots, to do the honors of his favorite city with and tweoiy-nin- e per cent, upon personalty, the Eddyville penitentiary within the last souls, who constitute the population of the very beat effects engaged carriages beautiful Naples. Luxuriant abundance whereupon an indignation meeting wai month. and took us for a general drive of Inspeclion. Robert Mallory, an of everything that will grow, is the marked cailei acyl trie action of the baard condemn-- i of Congress, died at his home near La feature of these fertile plains that stretch tion through the business parts of Niples. in the strongest term. They demand, Then he showed the narrow, density crowdTuesday. out at the base of Vesuvius type of the i hat ihw Itv establishing the board be grange Conductor Holmes, of the L. A X., glorious harvest that shnll spring from ed streets, where the cholera last summer amended or if it can not be done then they slew ita thousand "heaps upon heaps" me for it repeal. They farther resolved was killed Wednesday morning near Pulas- the malice and wrath ot Satan against our in numbers never exactly published or while coupling. race. "Out of the ester comes forth meat, io ore nil honorable and lenl meant to ki, While resisting arrest, Jefl Phillips out of the strong iweetnew," is the riddle of known perhaps. Looking at which I no n reduction of the assessment, which tcnie longer wondered that in such festering tilth tbey consider grjwlr unjust and oppres was shot and killed at Maysville, by Depu- grace, then and now. Oat of the showers and over crowding, the cboleia reveled of desolating ashes from the bowels of ea- ire and violative of every principle of ty Marshal Ihughner. Foxtown precinct, this county, didn't tan's volcano, God's LOVE has prepared a and raged. But I did wonder at the un equality in taxation. Beginning with July 1, 1885, wo announce our third give Fox, the candidate for State Treas a soil of varied fertility that ami zes one, daunted courage of the intrepid king of Italy, who left his sumptuous palace at Tiik Souta isn't exactly in the saddle, urer, a single vote Richmond Herald. to the one or two crops of our accostomed -business iu Stanford. Our trade has been far beboy in Clark colder soils. At first sight, it eteincd the Rome, and not only personally threaded tb the Lou'sville lima, but her great A fourteen-year-olearn, cotton and grass crops of this year of measures 0 feet, 1 J inches. He'll be as tall very reiklessneai of agriculture-o- n the very tho noisomo alleys, where the pestilence yond our expectations; a increase month after graci will put her on her feet once more, as a house by the time he gets done grow- same ground crops of vegetables crowding was doing Its dreadful 'work; and personally visited the hospitals to see that all was in the tace of material progress she ing. and month, We take this opportunity of the surface; while fruit trees-chie- fly Thos. Greer, a route agent, is in jail at you for will henceforth keep st:p with the music trellises for grapevines to strag. done for tbe poor sufferers that could be Giineaville, Ga., for opening the letters a done; but remained week after week in the your very liberal Jul the Union, "L;t them keep their gleover all. But the generous soil does patronage and assure in our various I ftorses," sid Grant to Lee's ragged rebels young lady had returned to her sweet- not fail to respond to this wholesale de infected city till the plague abated. know no grander exhibition of unselfish branches our motto shall be laid down their aims, "they will heart. othe Best Goods for tho Least mand upon its fertile vigor, and all three At Vilarica, Ga , Richard Hindsman courage in modern or ancient times than need tnem lor their crops." An equesdo well, where in our cultivation such a Money." Again thanking you for favors, we hope to see trian statue of Gen. Grant upon a pedestal (colored), who was guilty of insulting a combination would secure the failure of thi shaming the cowardly not a few cotton bales bearing tbe above legend white lady, was given 300 lashes by indig- all. Dear Newbery tells me that 10 crops among the political, medical and I am of ol old customers and many new ones in tho coming sorry to add clerical fraternities. And to would be an appropriate memorial from nant white citizens, of the smaller vegetables or "garden-stuffThe distillery of Stoll, Clay & Co., of the everlasting honor of his beautiful the States composing the late unlamented year. are grown per annum, by the peasantry Respectfully, Oonfedericy. Such a monument in Kiver-itS- e Lexington, which a few years ago was around Naples. These volcanic soils are queen be it recorded, that only by the Park would have a world of meaning erected at a cost of $50,000, was sold to simply incredibly prolific, and the cultiva- strongest persuasion, amounting almost to Richard Stoll for $10,000. personal durance, could she be prevailed Jo all the world. upon it with an unlimited confiAt Findlay, O , a bottle containing tor banks Ofrensbjro Messenger, which pre--e- n disappointed. Such upon to tarry at Rome so urgent was her is never .'CZIhe hard cider, burst in the hand of Mrs. dence that desire to share the peril with her gallant ted bitter and clearer arguments for a pell-mehusbandry, yet ever successful, is Richel Struble, a piece of tho glass cutting huaband. I am glad I had the unspeaknew institution than any paper in the seen no where else as in these favored re her jugular vein and killing her. able honor of bowing low with uncovered Sute, is disheartened at the result and While painting the dial of the clcck gions. head, to this peerless pair. mys: "At the present rate of progress the Our early arrival at the station consigned on the tower of a church at Grand Rapid?, Newbery, commenting iccaesanlly and constitution of Kentucky will ba changed unpleasant ride to the hotel, for Mich., John Fox and Fred Schurer were us to an intelligently upon everything as we passed ia about one thousand years. The ramers the brushing machines were making a horthrown to the ground and killed, along, among other thing gave ua a legend of the preasni constitution attempted in rible dust in the streets; and the closeness The largest number of telegraphic of the pest, which I have never seen in construction to fix it forever on the pe of a eleeninc Naples, as stirred in various it message) ever received and sent in a single print as to its origin. He believes it ful3le, nnd right well did they do their work, day ways by the awakening of tbe great city to was 83,170, which the Western Union ly. Just before the cholera broke out with CUaless a sovereignty convention is called its diurnal life, is not pleasant. We drove handled in New York last Saturday. almost unexampled fury, a priest dreamed will plod along the remainder of our as rapidly as possible through duet and An Erie, Ks., special eaye: Mrs. Frankie of certain numbers drawing prizes in the fives, and several generations that are to and socn came out into another Morris, who was yesterday found guilty of stench, state lottery, which distributes weekly its follow us will do likewise, under the old world, facing the glorious Biy of Naples. the murder of her mother, was married incentives to universal gambling. This slavery constitution. Southern Italy, more than last evening to Harvey D. Copeland, of Dream No. 2 of dreaca getting into circulation, thousands, realized as the cool, morning air, fresh, Much adulation has turned the head of Wichita. especially among the poor, invested in tickpure and bracing came over the noblest Gen.. Johnston. Not content with abusing James W. Marshal, the discoverer of ets and wonderful to relate the dream be Jeff Divis some time ago, he now comes to gold in California, died Monday at his sheet of water on the planet, if the concen came a verity, and 2 J millions of francs tbe front to say that Stonewall Jackson was home near Placerville. He was 74 years sus of travelers is to be credited. Let me were paid to Naples at the very next drawgood division commander, but as a de- - old and died a poverty stricken and disap- juat add mv mite of teatimony to tbe real. ing. Again the priest dreamed to the same picture ever came up to No description or pulmnt commander he was not a pointed man. intent the following week, again the poorthe beauty ia of God sneers;, as he failed to approve hiiq-sel- f The Illinois Secretary o( State has is- the reality because est invested and again one million of francs a strategist . Ye gods and little fishes. sued a certificate of incorporation to the and the feeble picture drawn by pen or cimo to Naples. Then the people went The presumption of some men is appalling. Grant Club of Chicago, the stated object pencil is from man. Artists may t ketch mad in revelry and debauchery. DEALER IK- Thev writers may spill ink, but the half will Johnston's forte lay in his "masterly re- of which is "to maintain the principles of and IIoi-hfeasted and drank to wildest excew and HiinlKurc, Shoes OroccrlcK, NikIiIIcm, never ba told of the exquisite .beauty of treats;" Jacison made the other fellows re- the republican party." then as of old, "while the tleah wa XiiIIm, Iron, QiicciMiriirc, HtiRKy Nspoii."' treat, and strategy or no strateRy, the enebetween their teeth, the plague came nnd Several children weie poisoned at "Golfo di ISiiKKV Whcclx, KIovch, Ciuie.tllllH, S The Hotel du Veauve where for my rarely ever surmounted the stonewall Louisville by eating ice that had been SpolieH, smote the fattest of them." I can readily Grilles, , Chlcr flllllK- - I,ni Cover. less than Rome) we had that he presented acainst their advances. picked around a dead body. The under-ic- e franca a day (2 Ntoueu-urccredit the substance of thi', at first appear ItilllH, Corn Shcllcru, Collars sumptuous quarters during our stay ance, incredible story knowing into the street most "satan's The Louisville CwimerciaT review of tbe taker bad thrown the in Naples face3 the Biy, and our windows devica" to deatroy. I give it as it was Oliver Chillsd, Champion Steel and Bnnley Combinod Plowi, Wnoien nnd latest report of th; State Commissioner of where the children found it. looked out over all its indescribable beau given me. for what i worth. Cast rumps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Root- A cablegram from London sayi: The Agriculture is one of the most amusing it ties. But the width of a noble street sepathings we have read in a long time. The cholera alarm is growing here. There was cOXTINfEn NKX7 ll'E. in? and onttenng will have prompt attention. rated us from its rippling waters. A little MelUtmrVt author of the report shows such an origi- a genuine case at Bristol. It is coming HiilrmttivH i To tbe KJitor ot the Interior Joirnil j to the right of the Centre of our Hotel ran Asweareaub-scribernality of thought and perspicuity of senti- through the North of France. There have JASirsTOW.s,Kv.,Aug.ll. s the draw ' out a pier that terminated at dell1 Ovo to your paper we beg leave to seed ment that his productions deserve to been oyer 50,000 deaths in Spain, circular Castcllo who murdered Preller in bridge of the Maxwell, you tne majorities ot tbe iiUMell county be embalmed in more enduring encase THi: XI31V GKOGEKY AMI If AIIIMVAIC12 IIOUSK OF GOO years a fortress and palace combined; officers elected at the August election: meet than in a paper bound pamphlet, the Southern Hotel, St. Louis, early in the upon a low, rocky isle'; very picand then he and his useless office ought to Bpring, and who was arrested in New Zai-lan- perched J. A. Williams, dem elected county turesque, though not put to a very pictur-eequ- e judge oyer Daniel haa arrived in San Francisco, en route bo permitted to go along with the Board of Wilson, rep., bv a mause just now being, in fact, a safe Eqmlizition and the IUilroad Commission for the scene of the crime for trial. jority of 129 Rev. T.J. Winfrey, dem.i a out of existence. Daring the last fiscal year, the LAX., and commodious prison for otlenilera oi elected jailor over Vincent Dockery, rep., XS.-S- T. certain class. Its name is due to its oval by a after the payment of tbe interest on tbe mjrity of 95. Judge W. S, Stone j 102 countiei give Tate .rroRNafrom shape. carried this county for the State Senate WouM Fox 33,059; Tate's majority 01,072. bonded debt, providing for the sinking l!JlyiyourttfttlDtolhefctthUlierhTeJuitreturncJtrouith9cttle with We could step out on our fourth tloor over Neat, rep by a majority of 70, , Tbe kickers againat the manner of his fund and defraying all fixed charges, finds and well elKtol itotk of CIIOK K balcony and see Vemviua too, which we Judge J. B. Stone, dem , carried the county nomination helped to swell this grand ma- its net earnings amounted to S10S,000. marknightfall, The New York World announces that were constantly doing after for Representative over B. M. Djncar, jority, though the reverse was their intening how the lurid reflection from the fiery rep by about 77 majority. the task which it undertook five months tion. depths of the crater is thrown at regular In endlcii Ttrtety, Jloty la (juillty iol Mttiftory In prlcvj thli wo gumnlw. Our alia ago .haU U Williams A William', The Frankfort Yeoman wants to know, 000 to raise by popular subscription $100,- - intervals (say half a minute) upon the at all time to lupplj ery want In our line. for the completion of the Statue of Attnrnevs at Law. "Which is the willipus wallipua of the it the ap column of smoke, giving Libert pedestal is completed, $102,000 39 RELIGIOUS. limes Emmett Logan or Polk Johnson?" flame. Then having been contributed by 120,000 per pearance of a jet of dull red Comliti of the Standard Bramlioi EurojanJ America. Oar lirgs line of Cooking btoret We should say that one is the one and tbe Ineiadia A protracted meeting will begin at the darkness, till the old mountain diawa anbohs. thejuitlj ceUWated "Great Weatern IlfMrTe" and many other family lorlte. Our China UUa other is tho other. Baptist church on tbe recond Sunday in anJ Queeniwire itock conaliUIn part of Table, Tea and Chamber It is gratifying to Kentuckians that no other breath of fire. t?U oomrleU-- , Olauwara richly eat Theee volcanic pulsations possess a terri September. andctched. In the way of Breaditufla we name Buckwheat Flour, the o,uenol all trlbei. Our celeThe per capita for white and colored Confederate General who helped to bury -ccbool children for the next year will be Grant was more cordially received nor no- ble fascination for new comen; that soon The Tate's Creek Baptist Association brated Pateot O. It." Flour, urtralled for rake and paitrj, while Klc and Hominy, our own jtil. products, at faithful ndjuncta. All SI Co, an increase of ten cents over last ticed more courteously by the press than wears away however. In 4S hours it seem- will meet with tbe church at Silver Creek otic here. Tin,arrayed Wooden and Wlllowware , thedellcaclealn Foralgn and Domeatlc Confoctioo Stone, are Electric Stationery. Canned Mrata and Fruits been cra- on Tuesday, August 25. was Gen. 8imon Bolivar Buckner, ed as natural to us as if we had and a complete line of Clgan and Tobacco. Well, thla la only a hint of what w. bare. Ballerina of this outlet of the botReports from Tocquin say that 10,000 that we can moke It to your Interett, we confidently aik an examination of our goods and your soldierly representative among the dled at tbe base The next Legislature will consist of 110 patroa- KetpKtlully, Christians have been massacred in tbe prov-nce- s tomless pit. Lou. Times. democrats and 22 republicans, a republican TA 1 LOU llllOTHKUN. of Biendinh and Pbyyn. The Jan which supplied the West End gain of six. From this balcony's height, too. night Revs. Evans and Hopper are conductHelen Hunt Jackson, the authorew, is Coal Company' mines at Mocanaqua, Pa., after night, under the brilliant moonlight with fresh air, broke Tuesday and ten that fell to our happy lot while in beautiful ing a meeting at New Haven, which had dead at San Francisco, of cancer. men were euuocated. About o men were Naples, we listened to the exquisite music resulted in 20 confessions to last accounts. Commissioner Miller rules that chewEld. Jos. Ballou writes: The meeting in the mine at the time; those repairing the of trained voices, with perfect accompaniing tobacco shall not be packed in pails. Henry Freese, colored, will be hanged fan were first to suffocate and were uncon-eciou- s ments of guitar and violin, hour after hour. at Mt. Carmel, in Laurel, continued 0 days, before the rest realized their danger. As long as a few francs thrown down from resulting in 26 additions to the church. It at Catlettsburg and it will be the was conducted by Bro. Stephen Collier and The old sorrel horse ridden by Gen. the various balconies, urged to renewed first legal execution ever in Boyd county. CSALlal IN- the patient and seemingly unwea- myself. The average number of pupils at tbe Stonewall Jackson during the war has been A Georgia man was so much afraid Drugs, Books, Stationery and public schools last Jyear was 16,295. The taken to Richmond, Va., and turned over ried musicians, the delightful concert e. that bis daughter's eoul would be lost Fancy Articles. cost was 518.16 each, against S19 95 for the to the home for Ex Confederates lor safe would go on, every night, until .ewjef- &WATOL care-fre- e through the corroding sin of dancing, that keeping. The animal is about 31 years old. These rauccd. previous year. pre tcrlptlom accurately compounded. Many wanted him carried to New York to Neapolitans, seem to be ever basking in he cut the cords in her feet so that she Phytic! am' Alao Tbe Kaneai 8upreme Court has been take his place in Gen. Grant's funeral moonlight, and floating down the stream of couldn't learn the waltz step. called upon to decide a point probably nevand melody of divineat Another argument in favor short er before raised. It teems that when the time. but it could not be arranged in time to the rhythm with an abandon of sermons comes from Southwesternof Kenmuaic. They dance jury weni oui one oi me memoirs proposTho Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, The new law of Wiscon- enjoyment that ia quite infectiour; they tucky. Just after a preacher had dismissed to open their deliberation with prayer, Jewelry and Silverware sin, increasing the minimum rate of sing the same congs a thousand times, yet ed his congregation at Smitbland the ceil nd thereupon proceeded to pray "long and license from $75 to $200, has now been never mechanically. You can see the fresh ing of the church fell in with a great crash Eyer bought to thli market Prlcei l.ower than loud." The verdict was against tho de- in the LoweM. Watchci, Clocki and JcTdxy I!o- fores three months, and returns from zeat of stanza beaming in their eyee, as if and many would have been killed had the fendant, whereupon his Jawyer moved to t aired on ahott notice and Warranted. Borne one hundred towns in the State show it were pronounced for the first time. Tat eermou been drawn out its usual length, wv.VJW. " 'J et it aside on the ground of "undue influMr. Barnes and the editor of the Bom that the aggregate number of saloons has tered and happy; graceful and dirty; artisence exercised by one of the jurymen by been diminished by 267; that the aggregate tic to the finger tips, yet unwashed and un- bay Guardian are dfacufeing what the tinJtoeins of publio pnyer in the jury r:orn," amount of annual revenue is $22 1,000 great- combed; these anomaliie of humanity are ner has to do to be eavti! The editor A French statistician calculates that two er than last year, and the saloons generally a perfect study to a stranger. Newbery tbe orthodox uibtLod, that id the thousand five hundred and forty king and are under littler regulation. touched me very deeply by saying: "One Jordan is the hard road to travel kind, but zaperors have reigned over sixty-fou- r em The expenses of Gen. Grant'd funeral of these muaicians, below, I know very Mr. Birnefl Insists that nothing is required puree and nation'. Three hundred, be rec foot up an enormous figure. IuNew York well. He supports by these nightly con- of the sinner but to accept Jesus, which he AND find- $102,000 was paid for decoration, lu Brook ords, were dethroned, and sixty-fou- r, cert hia aged father and mother with per- proves by ecripturo of the most convincing ing tho misery of a throne unbearable, re lyn $75,000, and eleowhere throughout the haps a sister or two; they are all entirely kind. rigned the portion. Twenty-fou- r tired of country enough to make tho total $3,000- - dependent on his voice and guitar." The South Kentucky Association of I tifo as well as power, committed suicide. uuv j. ue nstuai unerai expense were grudged no gratuity after hearing this, for Baptist met Tuesday with the church at A Full and complete NHor.ium of Furniture, euilirncJiiir w. i waive oecarao insane. A Hundred wcro $10,055; cost of temporary tomb, $7,000; the band that nightly assemblid under our Eubanks. Itsv. J. E, Bruce preached the crythliiR iroiu tho (Jlitm.itiNt to the NulteH Hta lain in battle, one hundred and twenty-thre- e paid to four physicians $0,000, share and windows, and every Irate I rattled down introductory sermon; G. V. Saundera was need to Ko to the Iar,;e eiilc to ,,mk pnrchtMeft, wero made prisoneie through tho for- share alike; work of making and put- went with a good wish for the "old folks at elected moderator and M. W. Jone, clerk. wliiitqiiitiitltyorqiiiilltyyoiiwiiiif, iihIciiii mill will dimllcite tunes of war. Tiventy-fiv- e perished as ting up decoration, $110,030; paid for home." There was a good attendence and the meet- nny nricen yon can obtain clHowIierc, lrcJRht bcli.fr seeing the procession, $1.00S,700, and estimartre, a hundred and fifty-onwere Our hotel wa prettily ornamented from ing was bnth pleasant and profitnble Tho n lull assortment ol CoIIIiin, Cases. ShrondH and and a hundred and eight were mated coat of monument, $500,000, present- top to bottom with frescoes in the Pompei-a- j next meeting will be with Um cnure'i ' lnK all tho New Style, both cheap nffpr n 1aft1 trial and 4i7r-nf..rstyle, the little butter pats upon our Mtddleburg. j ing n grand total of $2,21-1,35..s oppoHlteMt.AH.ipli Hotel, SlniilbrdKy.exncnslve ro?Ma 'Stroi-ffiRtthlii Interior onrnaI MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. GEO. O. BARNES. l e x half-millio- n i To Our Friends & Patrons: 1 d year's gradual fig-fur- nished thankinc that "The an " BRIGHT t CURRAN, e ' bril-"Wa- w. H. HIGGINS, -u ;i IIrnc8, Whip, " " 91,-73- 1; TAYLOR BROS. HTJSTOISrVILLE. hh tlr FAMILY GROCERIES OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY jut. Ken-tusky- 'a pall-bearer- Alisier S3S&&) y PHARMACISTS, (fc ( -- bed-tim- black-bearde- ffag&ZL -- pro-ceeei- on, JEWELERS- high-licenc- e 1, UBSSKTAKESR, 3Dealea- in Furniture t riI10t Parlor .acaw yr e 1 wl.il ombrS W l Jtfeini-Jfittceh- lji Jnicrior $omnaI KyM Wanted seed 500 bushels of Orchard Grass hearty welcome A Bright Curran. Sells Stanford, August 14, 1885 We are to have a circus at last. Bros, nre coming September 21, . ... l, Mill AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. .1239 1 1 The Governor's Ball at Crab Orchard 40 vO Kxprts strain" going North. " trln " Bouth. " ' ' Bouth., " Norh... Si A.U, At Ml r, M. r. if, tfolat promises to be a grand event. fell yesterday but did not materially lower the torrid temper- Refreshing showers it li calculated on standard time. Urn li bout 20 minutes fastor Thoa-x- ature. LOCAL NOTICES. -C- lUY. Buy your school booki from Penny & The Harrodaburg Ihse Ball Club will McAIIater. piny the Slanfords here to day and Watches nnd Jewelry repaired on short each tiuio at 3:30 r. ?i. notlco nnd wnrranlcd by Penny & JlcAliic tor. Those persons knowing themselves inBuy the lla8 IIor Ktnedy, the origidebted to me will please come forward and nal and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl-latesettle at once as I need tho money. II. C. A coMPMrrK etock of jewelry, latest Rupley. ityle. Itockford watcheo n specialty. PenStani-ori- ) ny & McAlinter, Female Collkie. It gives Tjiih. Go to Dr. M. us pleasure to sttte that the trmtees of this Faiimeus, Kead L. Bourne's drug store and get one packago institution have leased it for firo years to of Ham A. Clark's Hoc Kemedy. If you S. Paxtcn, , of Tinkling Springs, are not satisfied after using it your money A. Vs.. a graduate of Washington A Lee will be refunded. University, nnd highly recommended as a PERSONAL. teacher and a christian gentleman. In to the testimonials published with Miss Annie Aia-ouis quite ill. Mm. H T. Hahuh 1m guns to tiitlll his announcement in our advertising columns, Mr. Paxton bears letters from many HpritiK. 0. II. Wauule, K'j., of the fc'ommet prominent preachers and other public men of bis state, which testify in high terms to bar, is In town. Gov, K.Norr and piited up to his iccrits, Ctnesa and success na nn educator, and we nre satisfied that the Trustees Crab Orchard ytslerdsy. Mnj. J. C. Kino wai the guea tof Mrr. have done exceedingly well in securing Mr, Paxton is a member of the him Harry Dunn this weak. Miss Annie Dunn went to Ljbinon Preobytcrfon church and has a wife nnd three children. We hope a full school will yesterday lo visit relatives. Mib Iatie Bailey la visiting Miss greet him on the opening day, September 11 haima Garrard at Manchtiter Mua Kate Hays returned from a visThe Teichera Institute was opened Tuea it to Mrs. B. O. Alford yesterJay. day with prajcr by Supt. J. A. Bogle, Prof. Mu. John M. Hail is attending the G. A. Yates, of Covinglon, the conductor, AMociation in lession at Eubanks. made a short speech outlining his proMil. A.K.Penny went over in George- gramme and asking the hearty town this week to renew old acquaintancecf the teachers. A. E. Mclnerney ships. was appointed secretary. The attendance Jt'D:tEJ. M. I'muro and wife and of teachers waa small during the forenoon Richard Apperson have returned from of the first day but soon increased to absut II chmond, Vs. 60 representing all portions of the county. Mm. CnowDi's and her san James, of The sessions have thus far been very harTexas, returned yesterday after a vNit to monious, and those feeling an Interest in her daughter, Mrs. H. C. Itupley. the great objects of the Institute seem to Mit P. A. Mandebacii, the elevtr beenJDying the occasion. It is to be deyoung drtigl,l at Penny .t McAIistcr's, plored that out county exhibits so general has gone to Mvillon.O., to visit hli relan apathy in reference to the questions tive). which come before this body for consideraMiss Kate Binm-eton- , of Louisville, tion. The most insignificant party issue, B. W. Broaddus, wife and son, of Estill the most trivial amusement, the merest socounty, are among the guests at Hale'a cial scandal excites a livelier interest in Well for the scacon. the community than the self denying, JtT'.E K. J. BitECKiNUtwiE was here thankless and enterprise of elevat LAND. STOCK AND CROf-Tuesday when we were glad to hear from ing the masses, enlightening the common Seed Rye, 150 bushels for sale him that his wjfe, who has been very ill for mind, purifying J. E. the public morals and reBruce, Stanford. three months, is improving, lieving the general burden by means of a Mr. J. I. Wilmot will Mil, anii Mrj. Joe Ckkkault, of I'oit all his perwholesome and general education. sonalty at his firm en Dix River, Augoat ScM, Kanuss, and .Miss Mattle Chenvilt, In the material and work of cur present 25th. of LouUville, stopped oyer with reUtivB nssembly we find strikingly manifest the Jack Chinns Bxn Fox won the here yesterday on their return from Pock results of this great indi!?erc-3cNnd negstallion stakes for 2 year-ol- ds at Castle fcing. lect on tho part of the people. 0iug to Manmouth Purk. The new prircul of the Female this spirit our experienced teachers seek A lady near Franklin forcot and pnt Cliee, Mr, A. S. Psxton, left for Virginia other fields where their labors are apprecia salt in corn dough for her chicken, and yesterday, to return with hla hN family in ted and rewarded, or abandon utterly the killed 72 at one dose. a few weeks Ho made a very favorable profession for callings less burdensome nnd Smith A Andersou, Danville, Ky , impression on ejery one who formed his more remuneintivc. v,e In have a superior article of Fuliz seed wheat acquaintance. are left with a handfull of teachers, willing The Mammoth Cave Excursionists, to work for a scanty pittance, xsalou, 'its for sale. Oaly one year removed from the Northern seed. headed by the editor and his wife, left on truo, in their undertakinf; many of theru The value of the horse nnd mules of the " 05 express this morninr, in a special qualified to do a noble work, but generally the United Slates is placed at kindly furnished by Mr. Frank Harris, youny, inexperienced and timid and remules being worth $101,134,000 of the the obliging Irain dispatcher. Bo far bs minded 6i cry hour that they need not aggregate amount. could be ascertained the fallowing ladloi Iook for sympathy nor encouragement Wanted. One huudred mules to feed and gentlemen composed the puty. Miss- from an unappreciative public. Bat not- upon reasonable term; haveplenty of corn es Sabra Pennington, Kye Kout, Lizzie withstanding this adverse state of things and oMa to fatten them. Addres.'4Joho W. IJjIIo Pool, Lhila and Khoda Port-maBright, the deliberations of the Institute have Miller, Lancaster, Ky. Ada Fellows, Daisy Barnside, Sallie been by no means unprofitable. Many a Georgia's corn crop n estimated at VanDivter, Allio Hubble, HillieCnl'away, fainting spirit has been revived, many a bushels thin year, a figure never beMary Fcgle, Mamie Chenault, Lula sinking heart ba been strengthened, many fore reached, the crop of lnO being nearAnnie nnd Ella Shanks, I.sltio a trembling resolve has been reanimated est, when 30,000,000 was saved. Helm, Mrs. Kate Carithers, Mrs. Lou by the counsel and example of fellow laAt Lexington Monday, good mules Shanks, Mrs. Geo. II. Bruce and Mcura. W. borers and fellow sufferers. The conduc- brought from $150 to $175, medium from H. Higgtns.J. 8. Hcclei, E. B. Hayden, tor is laboring faithfully to chesr the weak $100 to $125. Good horses sold at from W B Mclhbert. and eccsurage the desponding, $100 to $125, plug from $30 to $00. No It was hoped nnd expected that some of cattle offered. LOCAL MATTERS. thb able and representative men of the Fruit Jars and cans at lower prices at town would have given the aid of their 11 toTho Louisville cattle market la alow it 5 35 common to best; tbo hog market T.R.Walton's. countenance and counsel, but we looked in ia steady for good and prices run from 3 to For Sale Flat Kills, all pointed vain for their friendly flag, nnd were com- 4 60; sheep are dull at 1 J to 3 and lamb pelled to meet the hostile cohorta of igno- steady at 2 to 4 cents. Bright A Curran. rance without an ally in the confiict. This Land on Wall street costs $0,000,000 Betore buying consult us on seed wheat. i Ihe more to be regretted inasmuch as an acre. Although that would seem too Bright & Curran. what is termed "the new education" ia be- high for farming purposes, yet a good deal Death. Mrs, Warien, mother of W. 8. ginning to cut n figure in pedagogics and of money is made (and lost) on wheat we were anxious to have its principles dis there Warren, died Tuesday, aged SO. Detroit Free Press. cussed by some of the ablest minds of our Robt. Gentry of Lincoln county, sold Eleven shares of First National Bank community. It would haye been a sourco 300 bushels of new wheat on the 10th, at etcck for tale. Apply to J. S. I locker, of encouragement had xuch men as Hill $1 per bushel to Dinay & Wherritt not and Sautley and Welch and Alcorn and Pres. as much as expected. Corn ia offered at $1 and the younger generation of lein the field. The official majority of Judge Boyle Varnon, Lancaster Newi. lights lliahed their meteoric blades at Ae Hine and Stewart Pond, brothers, Stone in Casey and Russell for the Legisla- gal our front and by their trenchant logic hew- were leading a Holstein bull to ture is 151. their farm, ed cut for us the path to victory. Gentletwelye milea from St. Paul, Minn., the & Deering The saw mill of Reynolds men, you owe us an apology. Let it come bull became unmanageable and attacked was burned near Wnynesburg Ibis weex in the form of aid in the future. them. Both were killed almost instantly, together with a large lot of lumber. Credit ia due to those who contributed John A. Thompson, of Mt. Sterlinf, The Halls Gap Minstrels will givo an their efbrta to render the association suc- sold last week to J. V. Grigsby, of Lebaentertainment at tho Kawland church to- cessful, To those and all .ve wmiM a non, Tenn , fifty head of morrow night for the benencfit of the watch and wait -- oru t luboru. "You go mules at $10040 per head, These mules forth weeping, benring precious seeds, you will be taken to Tcnnesse nnd fattened for church. Admission 25 cents. will doubtlsaa come again rejoicing bearinc the January Southern market, A hear and cub nre prowling around in your sheaves with you." Our land must J. G. MIze, of Eitill county, eold A. J. vicinity of Green river in tbU county scar- be redeemed from the cruel bondago of Tribbleacar load of lambs at 4 cents per ing women and children. Mr. Kao. Tarrant ignorance. The day is not fir distant lb. The new corn crop prospect is so good stys tint reliable people hnve seen it. when you will berecogn'zvl ai a power in that ome of our farmers are offering to Nearly all the accidents from runaway moulding the destinies of our State. Re oell nt $1.50 per barrel. Sam T. Hayden hone areenned by leaving them loess on member that it was from the common has purchased a number of mitre the street. Always tie your horse and school moro unpretending then than now mulecolloat .rices ranging from $00 to emanated it host of the brightest lumi see that it is not it shnle tree. There is a $io imncnester uemocrat. naries that ever adorned our nations histo five dollar tine for the latter oflanse. It ia beat to pprinkle the eg during ry. I hen heu your burden bravelv. incubation at least once n week with luke Mii3 Osik, wife of Henderson Hawkins Your darkest days and your moat cru3hinrj warm water. The last three or four days died Wednesday aficrnoonof consumption, disappointment are upon you now. But they can be pprinkled every day. Tnis of tho Reform aged 22 Shu was a member a hotter time is surely oorain,?, nnd better aids in rotting the shell nnd softening the church and a truo christian. Her remains lesults will crown your tiTorta. membrane, thus permitting tho chick to ea- wero intf rrtd yesteaday at Sugar Loaf. A county teachers Asvrhtion was or- ctpe more easily. A hen that has her free fx Alignment in Lancaster. Mr. ganized yesterday with IS mjmbera. Off- dem usually famishes sufficient moisture W. 0, Rlgney, dealer in genta' furnish-ing- s, icers elected, Mrs, S. F. H. Tmant, Presi- by getting her orciat tenners wet uy assigned to J, G, Sweeney for tho dent, Rev. J. M. Conk, Vice President, Mim out early in tho moiniug. benefit of creditor. Liabilities about $7,. Mnttie E. Morgnn, Secretary ami TreasurWm. Gny, t well known oattlo man er. First meeting to b hold nt Cr.ib 000, asn! will exejed HablHtlej The failof North Middletown, bought about $20.-00en tho third daturdny In Santembar. ure was caused by dcprtpidon in trade and worth of cattle in Bsurbon oour.ly 1SS5. Mr?. Tdrrsnt gave (mauranoe of delay in colltctione. with the nsidersVtuding that when he gold i -r. K-ij n n Brick Two hundred and fifty thousand, hard and for sale by Henry Baughman, well-burne- pty and hospitable entertainment at that place. Before the AociatltD adjourned Superintendent B)gle addrewed the teachers briefly, but eloquently, urging them to combine themselves together, to elevate their profession, and lift the cause of education from darkness and obscurity. Since the opening of the Institute the following topics have been presented by the conductor, Prof. G. A. Yalea and clearly discussed. Primary Reading, The Teachei'a Preparation, Language Lessons for Beginners.Geograpby, Science of Teaching, Orthography, Reading, Willing, Hy giene, U. 8. History and Arithmetic While most of Ihe teachers have been timid and backward, yet views have been freely given, criticisms taken place and points discussed by the following: The accomplished principal of the Tarrant College, Mrs. S. F. H. Tarrant, Rsv. J. M. Cjok, Messrs. Mclnerney, McClary, Chappell, Gooch, Miss Mattie Morgan and othera. Following are the names of the teichers in attendar.ee: The iadiea are Mrs S. F. H. Tarrant. Mrs. Pauline Hays, Mrs. Eddie Cooley, Misses Mry J. N'ewland, Alice 8tewart, Jean R Buchanan, B V. Pennington, Nan nie E. Fotcher, Cora Csh, Jennie Napier, Eflie C. Warrer, Mattie E. Morgan, Kiltie M. Wray, Bailie D. Tilled, Fannie B. Wright, Saliie Green, Era N. Bradley, S. A. Acton, Mary L. Acton, Bjlle C. Sud-dutEJitu Morgan and Mra Amanda Griflin, Mrs N. J. Hendricks, Misses Faille Thurmond, Lizzie DePauw, Bailie White, Mary Simpson, Nannie Wagoner, Mollle Warren nnd Mary Gaston. The names of the gentlemen are: Meeers. J. P. Cone. G. W. Hunn.S. D. Gocch. E. Tarrant, W. F. McClary, J. C. Curtis, A. A. Surber, Clay Godby, J. B. Wall, W. R. Cook, C. M. Young, J. M. Cjok, A. C. Gentle, A. E. Mclnerney, J. A. Chappell, W. O. Hansford, J. B. Wells, W. S Newell, J. S. McWilliama. We are indebted to the Superintendent, the Secretary and our old friend, Em. Tarrant, for the above report. Neirly all the ladies were young and the most of them pretty, but three were unusually handsome. frol. lates is a capital conductor, both proficient and earnest. Most of the teachers consider the Icsti-tu'- e n means cf legal torture and therefore-loowith careless eyes on the prooeodirogt. A hop at Ihe Opera House in honor of the teachers was prevented by the heavy rain that began to pour abont the opening hour. he woulJ pv for them. He took the cattle to New York where he sold them for SI 3 000. He never returned and hia wherr abou-are unknown. His farm near North Middletown waa attached, but there was a mortgage on it for $20,000 Its full value. s 3 A farmer near Middletown, N. Y., who waa losing his potatoes by parties digging them up at night, resolved to watch his pttch. He and a friend, armed with guns, took a position near the patch, but both fell naleep, and, uron awaking, found that two rowa of pot&toea had been dug and their guns were stolen. METf ADVEBTISEMEaTh. JLtTJEIBEsJFI. HEM, ! All classes of IlulMlDg Material lor sale ci wy premises on tbo HuitonTille pike. -''-'- a . MaDljrd. TO BUILDERS! All parlies wanting brlk or stone work of anr kind doue U1 find it to their adraotaee to with . noitXK, H-lt- n hmIj Gap, Ky. SBNft FOR A CATALOG!. E OK n Garrard Female College, LANCASTER, KY. Larger Corps ol Instructors than any Female Col leg J in the htate. BullJIngs new and appolnt- - FARM 1 F0R8 ALE ! ''it for salo privately my Farm, lylnij Ituwo-illate- lr on the MLn ii.twcn Min,i;.tHii. .,.i fitanord, coma altu Acrcn or first-ra- te Dlue-Ora- st Land. Tie tarm it In a good atato of cultivation' fenreaand Liilldlogi In gcod repair; SiOAcici in grass '0 Acres In corn Rent pay OTf r 8 per cent and taies. Ad.lrras me at HuitonTille, Ky. sc-l- m ctrr uienu uncxrel'ed. Tern rptounble. Next eei'lou commences Au.tist tut. ISM. For further Irvornntl'n, tdiirnr MOKKU LVASsi, I) D , Im't. in or Kentucky, Frankfort, Ky.; Hot. Luko P J'Ukiurn. Uunvllle, Ky,; Gov James K rerr Kkhmond, Ky ; Oen'I II Eing White, Piiih Blurt Art I!r n II . Kava- rjaugh, BtaM Cap aln, trankf.rt, Ky. ) RBKEiiKNCKs Wo refer by rtrmifs'on to IJio following gentlemen His Fxcellency. J. Proctor Knott. Uovernor of Kentjrky, Frankfort, &r.: Gen'I Fayette Hewett, fetate Auditor. Frankfort Kyjtol. It. I Allen. upt. Ky. Miiltarr Insti tute and President Kv Teathcra Jsaociatlon, larmdale, Kt.; Col J t, , fate, Mate Treasurer, ranklort, Kj, Frol J iissna Sups, of I ya j. ir. wvATiir.nrouit. THE BEST TOBACCO. Jitk Keeraan, Klchtaocd, Ky , has a large Hade Id tbo tokveo ruanufictiireJ by Albright A Martin and has sold about .'2,000 twlita during the past Ore yeari. He bra the following certificate from BaoDHEAD, Ky., July 23, ISM. By request of Mr. Jack Freeman, of Klihtiond, Ky we hereby certify that said Mr. l'reciuan baa boufbt of our natural leaf twlit tobacco, bramli "fireside" S a and 'Tlendhln' 14 lnr ..-..-Pl.rn. i ary iJ, 15JV, to January 1, 1835, 1901 W. Ecmalln poundi ab ut 2 000, Contained in 100 boxes, ALDiuuiir A Martin. xrjroipcctluny, the c:e3::e3.a.:f giooeb. T. R. the manufacturers. .. AAALTON, -- . DEALEP. IN-- - - FIRE INSURANCE. JJSTO. 2ML. r PHILIPS, Com-paoiti IT1 r STANFORD, KY., EeprercnU the Beat and looit Prompt-Payin- g and bit ratei arc Tery low. Give hlra mil. o w I O w -3 SALE OF PERSONALTY. Aj Admz. of Bennett Cloyd, dee'd, I will tell at hli Ute lesidence on MOXIA.Y, AUGUST 31, 1SS55, d Ills personal property, conalitlng of Two work Uortcs, 4 aged work Mules, one Mule. 5 yearllsg Mules, t milk Cows ith Calrt!; 1 Ux. Cow, 1 Steer. 1 yearling Dull, 80 bead high grade Heifer, 1 fat Sbeep, IS large feeding Hoi, 3 bows and Pigs, 8 shoats, the crop ot growing Cj-llay, 7 stacks of Oats, Farming Implements, Ac. The Farm is for rent, wlTatcly, from tiiptem- 1. USA. until Janu'ry 1. I8"T. Tuus of sale ol personalty mada known on day oiale. .VltS. ,. .7. CLOYO. Administratrix. n, r d And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. IX ADDITION TO GROCERIES AND PBOVIsIONS, HE KEEPS cham-pionh- ip Tin-- , Glass- - Stanford Female College, WTA-lNiroitD- , ICY. ALEX. S. PAXTON, A. B. Tliecext toss oo cf this well-knobegin on Pres. and Queensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- e inttutlon will MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 18S5. The President assisted by cr A Corps of Efficient Instructors, Will endeavor to gie careful training and thorough Instruction to the pupils committed to bis charge Terms reuon ale. eend for circular. TESTIMONIALS: From J. J. White, Professor of Gretfc Wasuinoton A I.kb UstvEitsirv. Ltvisoros, Va., July 15, Mil. Mr. Alex. S. Paxton graduated at this Inst tlon in UC1. Has teen eneaicd in teichinz since the war, and being cipahle and conscientious, has been very succestlul in bis profession, From James A. Walker, r.ceatly Lieut. Governor of Vtrglnla.J. Kkwdern. Va., June 20, 1672. ItatlorJsme pleuure to bear testimony to the qualifications and efficiency of Mr. Alex. S. Paxton u a teacher. His discipline Is kind, but hnn I -- Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. Canned Goods from the Best Canneries of the Country. n, ey, aid good, m From the Rev. J. Klce Bowmap, D. D Harrisonburg, Va.. July i, 1SS2. 's I take pleasure In testifying tu Mr. Alex. S, high literary attainments, bis zeal in hli profrtslcm, hia facility In lmparttog Instruction and bis conscientious regard lor the moral aa well as the Intellectual development ol the youth lo bis care. From 3. T. HsJJ, Sec. Board of Trustees Bolivar Acaden.y. MADI50.NVILLE, Ten , April 1, 1879. Prof. Alex. 8 Paxtoa tasght In Bolivar Male A Female Academy. HI general deportment was that of a refined. Ctrlitian gentleman. In the school room be proeJ himtvli a ripe scholar, a thorough and erScimt Instructor ana h good dis(17) ciplinarian, fax-soncom-mlt- For Bargains, There Is No Place Like the Corner of Main and Somerset Sts. 3EOii:3j: illla WHOLESALE PRICZSS ! ! first-clss- s rim-nin- For the benefit ol surieiinr. humanity and in besnfelt gratitude at the wonderful results. I deem It only my duty to give tali unsolicited testimony In favor of Swift's Specific. My wife has b3n mulcted with hereditary Kczetna or Salt liheura do-- a her Infancy; it has increased In intensity with each iucce ling spring, ami being somewhat skilled In meliclne myself, 1 tried every remedy I could think of for combined with every tona of Potassla-- , pllla ol every kind and hundreds ol other remedies, lotions and alkali washes of everv kind, but tbey all gave only temtorary relief. During the spring of 1681 ber lower extremities becamoeo inrlamed and tore that ale was obliged to keep them constintly coated with a covering of "Fuller's Eirth,'1 mixed wet and allowed to dry on. Among other things, she wasntlllcted with a periodical nervous headache, occurring regularly every seven daya. sometimes followed br Intermittent fever for weeksat a time, so that her llle became a burden to her. This spring I determimd that she should takn 3.S. S , and follow strictly the directions loregatd todose, diet, etc. This naa aout seven wees a ago. Alter taking the Brit largo bottle tho dtseaaj teemed to Increase; the burning, ltcblng and inflammation became unboarablo. Shi, hoivevcr, persevered in the usoof the medlclno At at taking the second bottio the iuflimmillon b?gan to the thirl bo'tlo the lull munition stlDsldo. After disappeared, oro spots d lodiu and turned whltn and sialy and finally she brushed them od lu an Impalpable white powder r.spmli In? pure ealt. she is now takltig the sixth bottle, Ouch fo ir tltneeiially Uvery appsarauco of tneditoiMoluugotioand Iier lleihisbeoiulug soft, whit aud smooth again; and what Is moro, her periodical headaches luva disappeared and ihe Is now, Rtoa years or age, enjsyta the omr good heiltliabe lias known lor ttpw.i da of O years. Me she utclares with emphasis tint every woudrr bottle of '. S, a. is worth a thoussnd times Its weight in gold. Any furilwr information concerning ber caso will heoliportilllv irlveu bv hertelf at livr rra'. deci-e1M Mullett street r by me. JOU;i f. JIKADLEV, II Qriswold street. Detroit, Mlah., May 1C, 1653. ," table-spionst, Over 40 Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagons, Over 4:0 Farm Wagons and many other Qootl.s to be RETAILED AT WHOLESALE GEO. PRICES. Too Many Goods on Hands; Trado is Dull and They Must Bo Sold. 1. WEAKEN, MuiMii'ncturcr' Agent. "Tho Bourns from which no Traveler Returns Sick.1' CATECHISMS FOR OLD CHILDREN. Who is the olJtst cian ? Dr. Brown Who Is tho wlstst man? Col. 1'ounlaln Articles, Uoz Or-clu- lk Miretoawt the genuine nad send for Treatise n llluod and klu lilsaies freo. For His by ,ill laitey. TUB arViFT SPKCIF1C CO.; Itugls- What Jot Dr. Bwitua knot Ut doesn't llrawerS, Attanta, Oa. anylhlo j) be hU ill klwia of .Medicines, limy W. ill it , Kw YerK. (Aug. 7) I" Who Is the tiamttomott uiau ? Dr. Ed. E!s, What throe couples are going to marry n week? This Is a secret, but Dr. liourtio will tell jwu, Who deal with Dr. Bourns 7 All wbo want goo J gols at) J cheap prices. Who Is Un S. Swops' s awtetbwrt ? Ask LotJwi KoUItt. Who Is tha lucklcat mau ' Swit M. Joaai, 1A lrlft has triplets.) Vho Is the sharpest paiaon 1 Tho oao who ritols with yours truly, till the cws como hoac. ic , ,lc, Ac. fchiw.ciso Goods, Sputailss, lllxed I'alats, Stationery, Toilet Articles, Uooka, Slates, 31. It, llOCRNE, AT THE NEW DRUG STODB, J5TANFORD, KY. f 4 iiumwiumimiftwn"''wMi nal do that, Crco, In any case. You'U want COLLIERY BOYS. Pension Glaims your ebnro some day your.'olf; it mustn't go A Dosirablo Farm Containing about 100 WITHOUT TEE into luying a rrnctico for inc. But, opart Acres of Good" Land, from that, houses sell so bndly now that this HARDY YOUNG LAD9 AS MULE DRIVNeatly all In cultlratlou, situated oo theStsnford nlM iiiccesiltu. Twenty years experience. Apwouldn't realizs milch over tin valuo of tho and I.incasier turnpike reaJ, about t miles Irom ply to ERS AND SLATE PICKERS A 311I.O 11. STEVJiXS st CO. mortgago at a forcod silo. And tho furniLanuiatcr, Ky. Well Improved. Will le oM OFFICES, Wiulilngtoo, D.C., Cleuland, O., privately. Any one In ocd of such a Farm can ture, though worth a good dool to kosp, t;et tho partletiUri by crdllciton J. Totter on the (Detroit, Mich., ClihiKO, III. would go for undersigned ut Hilt erts It was two days after Aunt Priscllla'.' plan wouldn't nothing nt nn auction. This X Vocation In Which No Slilrhlng I Tol. piece or sddreielnn the Ky, nil for any of u." do nt t'rcet.tLincoln county, crated Severity of tho "Cracker .... funeral, and Siis mil I woro sitting together 'Still, there's no harm in thinking about by'tho kitchen lire with that hmli over our lloss" (round to Drntli A igent lor K, II. smith's Heirs. spirits still which follows a denth and a. it, and seeing what wo have nud what it's kilning War. worth," I urjod, loath to give up any ghost IUtIuiJ opentKl upaluin'.ier yard In the rear of burial. All the afternoon wo had ben busy of a chanw. "Wo may do that, mayn't we, our store, w. are now JSAEstE lu getting tbo houso to rights, not Huddling Johnf Scrantmi Ia.) Cor. New York Times. yot with the things which had bom herj nnJ Prepared to Furnish anj kind of Lumber "Of course. That is a thing you must do Tbot.0 who liava at any tim visltel any woro now our-'- , but by dint of open winSutton Houie, at Wldlauu-burj- t, The sootier or later. Look over tho houso and 3f the mines or coal dows, lunsliitie and furniture dutto J anl refiirnlihcdcompletf. Is for esle. We will In tbe rough i'ojtiof all kliidi. rihlnjln cut, breakers of tho nntbr.v make arranged, trying to rostoro to tbo rooms that fix on a list carefully, and we'll comult and :lto regions of Pennsylvania could not fail glren bireilnioany ono w.intln? It. Well es- sawcvl an I aliaTCil. Alio Agents for tlie Uanslllo n shipe. Planing Mills. npproximato valuo. Don't hurry to be forcibly Impressed by the largo numtablished trade, llrerrthlng In familiar look which they had lost during n.ti iiuiaitT.xi critK.tx. SVTTOX A' TIIOUXK. theso weeks of anxiety and trouble. A few about it, tnough. Next week is timo enough, ber of boys, many of them of n vary toudor Wllliaiaibur, Ky. 41t sge, omployod In tho ccllkrlis ns driven of days mow and wo muitfac a future which and I know you need rost." "Rest is tho vory thing I don't need and mules nn door Lmdors, and lu tho screen-roowas full of terror. Meanwhlb custom, as can't take," I cried, impetuoudy; "some1 a brief respite Many of thosa littlo we)l as inclination, nccordo as slata pickers. Tcnvn All up tho long dnys and keop us .ICIS13 men, who with their grimy faces und hardIiiAthich to think of her who was gono and thing to from thinking and getting blue is what wo ened Thlsliealih-gltlii- g of each other with the clinging fonJno-- s of want. hau Is look like n strange raco of human In Stanford, Summer Iteart will be under Ideslro tonclliurdwfllluc-boinAVe'll uiako tho "st thoso whoso live, never beforo parted, warn Icings, nro under the ago of fi years, situated on the earner of Main Street and LoBn my laaoagtmefltltiliseavdi, and as It Ii entirely John." refitted nud refurnished, I can promise my patrols nbout to separate. but they perform a moit important task In A Ten Uti er wetVj on Main Street and 80O comfort as wril as hosilth. Hoard, fit A little moro talk and ho ro-- e to go. The lot fronts 170 Sho sat on n low stool, her head against tbo grent work of proparin? tha dusky anIs tritue, newly per'iueal.M cents. L'te of double cottag, t per on Lo30 ATenue. The house "Did you stop at tho postolllce, Johuf the chimney jamb. It was tho chimney of thracite for the market In tho mines ns rrptlred and nil six rooms and urper and lower week. Will have a contcyance at the depot to "Yes; thera was nothing for you." niMt passengere. mul? drivers thoso hardy lads nro invaluAunt Prlicilla's youth; sho would uover "Not even The Intelligencri naked Sue, able. They sing OutiiiilMlugiBHd.a&dagood ee'ritlon of Irult .1. T HVOOXAJIOtlK. nltor it ono of the wide, nnd whistle an 1 laugh and to the languidly. trewonlhelot. Will aell t kind, with pot hooks and blazing logs, and play amid their gloamy surrounding's and purchaser. If A iA'l) .; "I forgot to tell you. There has boen a they can dtanlaril, Ky a bake oven nt one side. Tlio tf uiannga tha erratic mule better IG3ES! bricks and faint red glow male a great lira in Koiv York, and Tho Intelli- tbnu most men. They drive tho londol gencer is burned out. Abner brouzht tho cars from tho working chnmbers to tho foot background for my sister's head, with iti CRAB ORCHARD I will deliver let to regular cuitomeriln Stanford groat twist of fair hair and slender "ewi Tbo II w" tKraphod to the June of the shaft up which tho coal is bolstl to t,0'L and vicinity overy uioratci; at tho bH ldinS ll a tho tower of tho breaker, and thoy tako fto "? Vj throat Sue is very protty, prettier than ' J m tUer,J SV Piratim "empties'' back to the men who Wfast dfiiyi ' anybody I ever saw. I recollect a picture COLLEGIATE SCHOOL! ONEICENT PER POUND as I looked nt her a picture of Ciiv'srella for awhile some days, at least from Accounts duo at tbe clote ol each month, or "Pjor nuuty! how sjrry sho would bo!" tho coalgenaral tbo "breast."boys onadoyad as sitting in just such nn nttitudo by thr chimAs a thing tbo ou Jloiulau, when customer iultisighed Sue. "Aunty took tho paper ever mulo drivers are ol ler nnd stronger Crab Orchard, Ky.. wl'l n. i:. n a n no ir. ney tide. She was equally plctursVivtia at than i.u I'reperstoiy, Aodcmlc and slncj years ago. Sho Sfpt. that inomout; so far as looks go, equally nover it Legnua forty-fiv- Thera all is, up- thosa who work iu the screen rnontt cf the Colleplato?, ISSS. ur.ltr exrrlence 1 tach-r- s m numbir. it lfirmnte worthy of a prince; but alas! no fniry godbreakers. Tbo duties of the latter consist l'stflrcutan kII terms, lUJrfst It. H.bro-nauj- (. mother was likely to emerge from tho ap stairstacks and stnc.n of it She was so in sorting the slate from the coal, St. Miiry's Sinv l'reldent Board o( Tnu'.ts, Crab Oicberd, for her benefit. Aunt Prl, who jn.ud of iher ll'.o. It's no uo at all now, I which tlows in black streams dini n numlupp'Se; it, Johnf way Lad enacted that part tober of chutes from the pnderou; laichkiory Ky.,ot VAgix V. Ilawu. I'rlBcll, LeuliTllle in a small AM I,l!3Uli:it YAlll). "The ragman will glva a pennj- - n pound in which the gleaming anthracite boullem Ky. ward us, was gone, arid hjr big rocking for it " I sug;o'tod; "that's something." r.wiv w irrfr.ofcjr a nr On tor .f tbe Knobs. clee by J. (isrter'e Oretery aro broken Into tho requisite iles. Tim chair, which we had no heart to sit in. tilore. "We'il weigh tha lot oni of those days nn J slate pickers sit In row-- astride theoe chutes, jz ;x" swung empty in its accustomed placo, type STANFOUt), School FOOTE A' WllEEl.V.ll, Proprietor. OSce doutb ilJa Main i UY.rv ot a like omptimis which we were conscious see what wo can r ..'alias." said John. "Good their eyos fixed steadily on the brokvn coal English & direct, two Joon abort the Myeri Hoteh of In other things and would feel for a night, children." that brushes ptst them down tlio steap In rnrull klntinf cfBeral I.smb'r Shlt!. Ac, Christian College Building, It was n ghostly task which we sot out to cllne, and their fingers nimbly at work picki.uiMn 3DlsttinraB not Ant a letter luatkrt to Pure Nitrous Uzlde On ailialntitered wbeu te- loix? time to come. qutreJ. l do the nest day. The past itself, the faint, ing out tlio black, dull uloces of slate that "Unod Material Uur Neither of us spoke fern while. Wo woro KY. suit themslvrt. IUti "uaotia IIUKTOSYILLK, Poslofflce ed.lreu. Halls tor llAnooal-ltired nud spiritlosj, and John Slado was fragmentaryI past, seoms to bo wrappjd up are mixed with tho glistouiu; nnthrncitss. Oep, Ky. time-worUlt. V. 11. PENNY-During this Haw of coal down the ecu tes no presently to look over things, so wo and inclose in those Luudles of cumins Wdnelay TlicTdlrd Atuua' Smlon will open Inilructleli nttlclei with which elderly people encumber hlrking n tolerated. The boys must kep OotltlHt. saved rur words. Ccutrt f 10. .VS.. clo-e- t s shelves. tbelr oyes and BTANKO!!!, KKSTt'CXY. y Dr. Slade John was Sue's lover. Tholr their en the cliutos anil sco SlWf. tulopmeot of th mlnil the nd to thorou:b for clrrulari poor little engagement had been formed j Sotm air cf antiquity exhaled ns you to it tliat nil the bits cf slato aro kwteu cut UatUlrieJ. Turn. icaeoLa!.).. HI IH.tN. Or3e on I,ncster itrrft, rcxt door te Inim-mo- n JoHS Jni KNuLbiBi.. Office a. In order to limine strict attention on the anilr to two years azo. How many yean it was rpen thera, and, mingling with our modemriooriug, Oeihug, Weather M.arnl I to 5 r. u. Antithetic houre frouis toll te almlnlittrrl wi l'rlncljali. Dressed Pine likely to last nobody could guess, but they I air, produces an Impression half laugh- part of these little workers a swporiutetd-on- t j tf Ilil-lj- r ) nfiarjr. Boards, Finishing Lumber, Green hold on to it Lravcly and wero content to able, hnlf tad. Aunt Prlseilla had been stands on guard, with his eyes on tho boa born collector. Sho loved Lumber in the Rough, including wait Pretty soon, as we sat waiting, his cause they wera old, apart old thingsund-' boys. This individual, who by tha nature MILLEICSBCIta from use step sounded without on tho gravel, und vtrttip, of his occupation is usually dislik! by tko Laths and Shingles. and lntinctan I principle combined slate picker, is known as a "cracker boss," with a little tap courteous but unnecessary, hafl kept her from overthrowing away nny-- I the breaker being sometimes called n corA of our etomri In "Ian-for- d For tbe for the door was nover locked he entered, an I vicinity we bavo arrasI wltu .Vo. gave Sue n gentle kiss, me another, and rnt thing in her life. Our list was a very short cracker. The "cracker bos" mu t In strict, TheDlres-- t ltouts to II, IfVill'i'll to keep ualtli j r4e an assort meat A few chairs nnH tables, n dozen tin therefore bo is considered severo. Somedown between us in aunty's rocking-chaila f our Lumber, !one. nnd a sinn'l teapot in silver, th times ho is tho victim of varieus mlhlev-ou- s Vhis lumiUr Khool tor yojng new lie wilt be He wl'l alao make nllroaiM fr auiptcw, It was n comfort for him to do that Tho frow u Jlrwt. uuder entirely newspaper heap which I had np- any Mite net vn ban ii. whlrh w will filloa fbort prank'. HUwhip Is bidden, lif chew house seemed less forlorn at onco. j praised at a penny the pound .IIEI.VIX A" ItAVf Ky tbosa seemed ing tobacca is lost, his hat is mlilaid, or 1SS5, nolle "Well, children, how has the day gone-- r I Uty, :! the only salable thiug-- ; and wo lock! com om other "accident" of an omlearraflftg ho asked, Kortbwv it anil Sosithwut by tho way of ! Jcally and Grimly luto oach srnit other' faces a sort occurs whenever tho opportunity "Wo bavo Pretty well," replied Su we tet them down. If by anv chance the "cracker Rov. C. Pope, of Augusta, Ga., as I think. I been buv end are tlr-nl- , LOUIS VIMiKorCI.VOIX.VATI. "I wish to oat IntelliU absent for a few minutos the screen am glad foil are com?, John, dear, ve are gencers," it were Pros' dont, said I. room suddenly undergo' a transformation, getting limely and dismal, Cree and I.'' ,r104 ChalUnnnia lr I).- AS All TvrMnr. "They fay newspapers masa excellent and tho rows of little fellows who umally Lucretia Is my uniuf, but Su and Aunt Princicounterpane," repiiad Sue "warmer than Jircst )onnetioii at lb'j twilale wlib ll.e f i''.-nlwork with bowed LveaSs give a Mra. S. C. Truehcart as Lady it at their lYrwMa always calWd in? "Cres.'" iTV. Kiprsns on Ike ohta A Mltslwlppl I.r nt pal, f rcibLe illustration of the inaxltn that John adjusted n slick on the embers an 1, blankets." IxulinJall oriti Wwt. Jobn came as usual in ths evening. "toys will be boy." with one Uarinj poke nt a tongue of t rij;ht ' B,T ,,nax Inlellls or i liw'i ooeot the mot 'mpj't ai Bxpert-ne- 4 E. H. BURNSIDE, Aided by 1 n TTniivn Some of the saddest accidents ronuected Ham upward If fore he answered. Then he "Here's enterprise," he called as he came in. HUUlO nail to M. Uou'i, bring two huuri :r,ililes In ih- - tslo Parrnti mTcl ' IheJr IU krr "What is trslnlnsr quit with coal mining have occurred in the mrtnl of tbe most tuwouga took Sue' hand in bis broad alv, and, tui. any o(iir liLf. alt onr p cceri . ma,nt$ n. "The Intelligencer: Dehol 1 it, large as breakers among children who jick slate. dauzbtert la all tint pertains te tluit patting it gently, said: 'Xjw let's talk over Th'B Old and Weil - Known tOlDi f'rf ttant Brt itulu of x. lu irattl Wm. life, and looking just as usual, only forty- - Little fellows have been ground to death In an 1 Mra!$, II e tumiltd In ar'tare as to raetUi''. We ought to decile whet we tiro ccutal.ilog iU For rstalogaes Still eight hours after tli9 tlrel That's what I tho mnssivo machinery, nnd rumi-o- f their to do, we thre-.term.. Ac , a4.lr.v ' l2Hours Quicker J:.'iKI. V.VV Higli That "three'' was very comforting to me, call pluck.-omrades have lost their lives in iho effort OrMIt-- S C. rBt'EHEAitT, Mpl.Ml.ura, Xy Stanford, Ky. tre (ilnf by way , f t'hU a , sho but John always is a comfort He was aper it," crleJ 'Sue, asl.old drew the to save them. The uns?ltl'h berohm ot the from its wrnppar n'ld it to the men who sork in the mil's has bad its "madeexi" Aunt Tris tald. And he cerIts Proprietor is Doterrained that in (tie coal tainly carries out the purpose of his crea- blnzi that ihe might see the familiar page.- counterpart among the la it 3haU be decoud to no Country Meanwhile I tcok from her xckst our miltion. breaker, and instances ctuld be mentioned ' Hotel in tne State in us Fare, -- Aiwait taaVes "IMd your auut leave any willP he went aucholy little list o' this chdl heroism rf the screen room. Appointments, or Atten"You wero right, John. Suo and I have When tlie little fellows 111 st on. g3 to work at Confort of Tioio tion to Con and this is slate picking they find tLe task severe and ' Only tbi?,"' and I brought from between searched the hotuo over Surgeon, their Guests. Physician the leaves of the big IHble, where wj had all there it of any value the furniture, n painful. Sitting In a stooping position n m Id little sliver and those wrrtehed Intelli-gence- rlreuds of cjoI dunt is jminfu!, and tiny found it, a. half sheet of o:i With a. I L'.l-- at .,,"'..'f lllWe'Tefete t'auers are cruellv cut and bled by contact which dear aunty had stated in her own fr?eof rt.are. I was intsrrupted by a startling cry. DanvlUo, Ky. Sua with tLo pl-St. Louis and Intormsdiato Points of coal which are rh sharp Office on 4th St simple form that she left all she had to be equally divide 1 between her nieces, Susan was gazing at the i.ewspaper in lier hand as bits of broken gla3s. Iu time the ban i ' " 1 ran! iff.' No lN'rrltxs! tiiiiUiiisTcniiH-Tur- n nnd Lucretfa Pendexter. Squire Packard's with large, dilated ayes. Her cheeks wore become hardens an 1 do the boys, so that I name mid Sarah Brackett's, our old washer- Hushed pink. what was at first regarded iw a slavery I'Ul'n mill I "What is iti What Is the mattcrl" both teems comparatively easy. woman, were written below as wltnessos. IMircil. of us cried in a breath. o r.'.ina. t In lalun !pol. M. Iiu'i. In tho coal breakers) esjeciaily many hun"Very well." said John. "That good in wllb tra.nsof nn, italic "Jurtroad thl! Oh, John, 1 don't ba- - dreds cf children are employed under the Nertbvnt anl law, I fancy; or if not, you aro the nearest tx.JlhWMt 'lievelt! Rend." ago of VI years. There aie instances of berelations, and it's yours anyway. What t: yuu rr itolni Wm( to any istlal, tail on or Caustic Sbe thrust the paper into his hand, and he ing sent to pick slate even at 0 years ot No PInifo, LiKature property did yourauiit own besides this read: age, und any number may be foun I in the til ao4 rt liable Information la renr! I) house P Usd. vitit t.tiSHvsCH cacaRr,ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS. Ijinil, Ac . In tbe WMlora .sialit, iUf. (iuUai "She hal an annuity of f2o) r. year, nnd ' i and U Some of btwean ant l,tel icUI ratea lor Ttrkna aatl HouwbelJ The office Die of our paper having ben theeo are probably the sole supieort of a S5U more from tome turnpiko stock. That' (ooJs to all joiut ITmI rail on or adstroM bv the ovsning of the 13th ThrougU Conchos nnd PttUnmn all, except tie huue and furniture, and I lestroyed otterfire on above nrlco torn com mother and younger children, the father of U. II. iLeOf, tlio TrtsUBunt Mild. So Deunties From lnt, we SlooplnK CnrH m, rtgaga of SWO ou that. 'Squire pBty onj psrCoet sot Uiere is a IVofr Ak'i Onto A UlMlxtppt fljt.rrjiy, of The Intellleencer the family having been suddenly killed at Businssf. llfMiifhurr V, Kroi.i Packard hold it The annuity stops now. from its first number, i'arch 4. lb3J. to his work In tne mine. It seems cruel to W W. PKAMMDY. W. H. mi An irV. doesn't it!" t data. Any jierson nbla ti supply n send such boys to work, but it teems equally i'ree'l an I (itntj jflaaVr, ()('IIHm Act I.uiilsi!lu(oriiifaKO. ;, as stated, will ploaso communicate with cruel to prevent them from earning the C. PAKlii, Coatrai faxeBMr Ajtut, Jehn looked as thcuh he wanted to Xo Clnrinnatl. Ohio 2.3.11. New York. the publisher. P. O. whistle, but refrained. needed cruit for tho stricken families to Cure L'orlsiiti nml Pormmiciif. Ciufiniutti Ki sI'lsier.KO, "A thousand dollan! &h. Sue! Oh, John, vhich they Lolong. TLe question has "Your aunt wasa clevor inatiiger," he Cure, Xo l'a much attention for several years said "ii capital manager. She made n very ' what a piece of gol fnrtunV Daar aunt ItulluuupnllH Co CliicUKU. little go r. groat way, didn't she! I don't think of Ler fi!o turning out su-- h a treasura! .hroughout tho coal fields, and at tho list KEBTBCRY know any one clw who could llvo on ?U)i) a It is too wonderful to U tr u: I feel ns r.'j.slon of tho legislature of Pennsylvania n 1. THHOUOII TIME TABLE year, with mortgage Interest taken out. though i: wero a dreMn;" and I daucel up section was embodied in the general mine Special Attention also Given to Chronand down tha kitchen ilaor. You have alwayn teemed cozy and law prohibiting child labor iu and about the VU Ivlevllle: ic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, uiIIue-i;ras- s ssonce." John and Sua wera cqun'ly excited. linos. I "O.ilv," premiwi th fornnr, 'we musn't "We always lave U?n. But we hoi the ' ; a a ta r i I'J iu Shorloitaud Quiokeit B!mte from Oen lioulerute Where tho ISrlck Uiiusn Comes In. Lt. Untyef.f- -. I M l M S 7fl a ua qar.lon, you l::iow, an I tue cow; that gave forjet that some ona el e muy have a tile of t lii-s- .i tral Keutuo'7 to all Pomtj Nottli Arr. A w.tl m all Plmietcultar to Woiuen. Tri W a iu SO p iu of our living. Aunty wasa The Iiitelli(je!icer an I get ahead of us." uj twj-ibiCbteofi .... cen I etusultesl free A citizen wLo had an idea that he woul 1 Eist, Woit and Southwest, nte t'liare ucl wl.l be Dr N. - bl oee at all , wSariarfvI hruiA-eaperThis wet blanket of a filiation kept uia like to run a grocery, but was t!u.u;h. i.l't It c tounl afraid of ol .bareanil Kait Lino l:twcn Vwriavlnaallrtbvrjfxt three m nt- -i grsMtt "tlet.1 r ' eaper to feed than asvnk- ell night. My thjughts kept flying te.'ing stuck if ho bjulit out a lace on the A UI.VC1.V.V VVl to Xen Yoik, anticipating tbo Inter which word 'jf its owner, wa given permission to m JeUXI.VUTO.V By issrwiaelon he refM t tbe toUowlna ian) She el" .y. sai I eo." ... (7 3'taui t Clndi.natl .. Schedule lu r.,tct May 10, 4. B.!ly. i A. Latley. 8. J"'?., I.ve. IntUauaMW., . 4Spai ii6 :opui "I upo e it - Men aracnrnlv. rci . A we I a svritton. and John pasted cvor night ; ut iu a couple of days around n Michigan . Ky ; JaU i K. Lee, Tom Murphy. Stauf Jttl, w I' m l Uiu Chlcaao diet ot tea an I vojMU1h doe, n't btiit them for tiie roily ta;e. If it should bo lost in .vonuo store and make such peiaeual P. Temple, Juba M. sponuamor- -, l (o.fc, I) n Atr. l0 , No. 4 Mo. U very well; t'.wy ate apt to giumbl. for the mail-- ! Whfti morning came' I was too eairsnt Ktanaais . ho coulJ. At tho end of tho vl.lf. Ky ; Iter J. A Ho:e. Hu tf.uvl:!.; II. O Dally. fttlr : Riblo-otKt. tiun. Dally Ex. bun weary a:id t o fllget. to employ myself in tecond day tho grocer sal 1 to h m: Uncsifr. hy Krlaoj, B. aometLI.iij mcri sail 1. Well, my Uearglr!, Sutton, J. i : J. S. KlrkwilU, Walker, (' C. lie ture year UtVti rcssJ vU tne our euitmin up U.i't very satie.'actory. any way. But about u n John walkel in, "Well, you are mtisfle I that I aui doln; a .Tni.t.ui. Htvaii.rl i . Kt. J T. Daniel, McKin- I.ve. Covington. S 10 a in 6 10 pia 2 is) p in Kvan withut th) mortgage you coulln't comfort in his eye . L.'W-- 1 Ky, 10 N a u tu j pm s : p u Arr farli J Boeey. U'.io-.mshliig butlnsss. rieytKy;! 11 "Why, John, how funny to sea you hera " Leilncton.. 1? H pwlll supu.' 6 10 p u Kt live on ViU ayeor.'' xactly. The sales foot up only u. i:aninblivi:ic Hi.hir, i A Mc'.iuuls, lltU IM, 'Ne' J " r.reen. Krili ";" And I've been thinking what we at this hour! Why do you look 1.0I You about ?j "j pr I.ve. arli It M a M 10 2 u ifl i Ji p Ul Tne (L. H. A. A C. IVyi 3 It Is tbe qu.ikMl. tb that Ky.;t l' U i usto, Mi At .Ky Arr. Wloohntur ... 1! 'It pin cujM do. So has Cree, though we haven't haven't heard yet; you cnu't, for tbo letter can't be over day. That profits on leave figure P0 iiia In p m anl moat dlrst lino to rhl. wo anJ jiolute ?". wouldn't much " Itlcbtuotvl In tbe Northmen. 7 S3 p tr spofcen to each other about it. I might is only half nay there. aftT paying expen o ." " Lmrtuter I SO pra' t all prln- -- t J tn ta It "But I have heard! I got ahead of the tench ii district school, perhap . And Tukeli via th." Mo-.' Rowland "My dear sir, we don't look for protlts In lpni ...- T tti r r rIiltlcaeiolllJM. I'or rs'es. iui and lull In rTi letter drove over to the junction, j. Afte dMir aL r.A.ii Oie ua)' I.v,, Utcliuund.... that direction. Wo pay S cents a. pound for 2 04 i Cf ,,. Is.n. BUldtlfnM ; P A I'hleiat). for the and hero wrapping paper, una retail It out ns wo do "I could tak n placa ns plain coak. Inere graphei, 3 Jiipio Arr. Uri W.M S. It.Vl.OWIN. Lswltvlllsj. " I.lvllllUll,- A J.O'UMUI.Y.U.o A.. 00 nui iui't uuything t le I could do so weil. P.'aln ' .t l." up ffoods nt uti nverage of 3J cents. The ceokinj, with dipping and soap fat Ly way Bes'od John. This was the slagrnni: pratUs on the goeli pay expenses. Ti.e Hoant-DouNSend file nt onco. Check lenlv to your profits n tho paper enable u to build a of peiijuMte-;- " and I gave a laugh which Ho. II Ko.S :?o. t Q p. Halmfax. order. was to b meiry. o biick house every third year. Please stanl How we cried anl laughed anl kl.sol back while I weljh half on ounce of paper "It ii ImnJ.'' set l John, with a moody loak I.vu. I.trltrgitou.,, .... j 00 a inl o on lite face nhb-was foreign t its uual each ctber! How much that message meant! with one and a half ounces of indigo." " lleron .... ...10 Ti u tu c Arr. ltletiKon.1 ... ... 11 43 a ttl frank tnghtiw.. "II. w much a little money To John anl Sue, tbo satisfaction of toolr I'luL'liiB from Ills Julius. C would tometimj, Uo fcr pecpla who can't lovo, life spent together, the fruition of de- Lve. Itiielan I ... 7 13am, " L mentor.. iriilcajoTnUii'i- 8 03 am hope; to me, tha lifting of n heavy ft, nnd how littlo it is wcrth to other Arr. Klcbunnl II 0) nm people, who fling it away without a thought "e j it, Uom. eocurity, the shelter of ray Another man who has tlU frni Ills Jke., i cuosu i.vb. iticninoad of iu value! A thous.nJ dollar now. Auy l s p ta wiiii, tho add?d rlclns of a brather iny a correspondent writing of Suti'et Cox, Arr. Winchester. ...' 7 0J a m U) n tal K Ij. AMen, tho funny man of Tho New rich man woul J cotutier it a mew ba;ntel! ivu j vvi- - brotherly In every dead. Anl nil Is r Arr f'arli 8 08 a m 3 IS am, l in his expei'M; but if I could comma r.l the thl forfrlOiJ! Oj, Inw much niotiey can York Times, whom tho proiiJent has wnt Lve, UxlQjton 7 J3 a in! ! .ta p m i i0 pia tmm it would make u throa comfortable for do s.mstiiiies! nui ut o:hor times how little! on a foreign mission. Ho was doing botUr O Lvo l'arle " S 15 m S 111 when W had grown ome.vhat calni'r, though financially than ho life." Arr. Qivlnjton . A.! SO am, c 00 I' nijj ,ipm sorvlns his P p H j.m D "How do ou mean? What 'culd you Suj still kp: Uer sweat, wat face hidden on country In It ine, for hi? salary as a jour-noli- .t STANl'OKD, KY i O. do with 31.0'JO if yoit had It. Joh.W1 win 2j per cont. greator, an-- ho was John' shouldsr. nnd qulveied and sobbad .tIAYVII.M: IlllAMJir. n. GO "I'll tell yiu. Ingworthy it golns to now and then, when I turned emotion Into a called upon Blniply to provrls ono nrtich .W W- -c new channel by seizing a tumble ot water psr day for tho editorial pase of Tha TJmus. tell bi- - practKe.'' r-KSTTirnfo. . Koaiit-Ilnu.vI Uatly and pr piin; this taw: "To tae memory This pleco was required to bo funny, aud it "Ohl" IMlly o i ni Friday at tbe tvery TutfJay f.t. bun. Ex. aun. wat, novor abent from tho fifth column. I. liubliib'-of the late Samuel F. Jlarse." ft "It Is a large practice, for the country, low rtcor M Lva CovIoiitoR John Mizl unother nud added: "The In- I5.it Al len had no liking ftr tho reputation you know. It brings him SO'JO i.r fcSW a year o 2 oo p ui " o I waa rapidly Leins faitenod itiwn him. ... 7 25 a to like n pbcemj: from wd.cli US p m som etimes more. He has a chance to go telligencer may it l'KAK. TWO DOIiL.tH! IESl " Parti o i j 6 20 a iii 8 1ft p to Ha napitvi! to lo n writer In tlio hlghor into partnership with his brother out west iti ashes!' D Arr Mnytvlllfi.. 10 40 n in 7 30 pin I leave you to gursn if ve did not drink leveli of literature. Therefore, when tho somewhere, nui he'll bell for a $1,03 J. ' opportunity olforoJ Itself, ho broko IfaTTl '"But Jehu, some people like ycu better tilts luartily. !',M' HOl'TlMtOI'N'D. I'Oiiy away from hi prosperity, aud ii Dallr than they do Dr. Laneworthy." OF ALL CtASJKe Lx. Bun.jnx. tun going to sia if he can llvo down hU notoTorturing the Trctters. Ye, tome people do. But the quetion Lve May.vllle.... riety as a humorist. o ; 4S a in J Cr p w Kontly and Cheaply Executed. ICicclnratl Coi imcrcial Oaz-t- t U, will thvy hl.o mo Letter than any other M Arr 1'arls c 8 10a ra Tte cf Splan, tho noted horseman, " I.ciluKton... o inau who buy Dr. Langworthy out! If I 0 10 a in i 10 p IU Uur Inspiration. " Civlngton .. of tho Humane society, wow that man I should command both at tLe 11 81a w f, 0 noi A. The Hambler. a ? z. practices. It Is a chance, don't you seel brings ta light n now motliod of getting ftOKK.-Tra- lni3 nr.d I are daily between Wln Society Olrl-- My dear Mlsj McSUdone, Leon But a new man coming in has his chuncs to trotters ti the wires promptly. It o a very general and usually correct dofonso how you intiit adoro your art. You seem out me out" tM. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I lova to aeo of the humanity of borso racing that tho perfectly wrnppal up In it, "1 see. What can be domf1 oTnwV.iMjV...,,ftn a'"1 nnlniols have as much ambition to wiu as you gaze upward lu that soulful way of And tbe oilevllle "Notblug," with a tujful claneo. "That's Uln-c- t conn ctlf.inare ma.le at Wlrrbeitcr srlth the diivflrs. But tho development, In this yours when you conu to jiartlcularly o Cbrsanoake A Olio for Mt. the wor.t of it. I can only keep on and j Are you sieklng iuipira-tlo- n case, of an instrument of tenure ooiuisting UuotfcBlon, Crarloeioa, W. V... at.jW'.nclT. hope for the best But it is bard when with whon you look Ilka tuaW of a with tacks placed lu it so m to o this miserable fl.OJO I could doublo my spur whip, loitering EimtlJtial Actross Oil, no; I nm juit up o horse, chant-and nrnko o nice home for you two. principleais by no menus indicates that tho ooutitlng the roelpts of tho gallery. pirwri fur little One year for only 83-t- wp c universal That Is more man tbe price of one Sue, darllns, don't cry." a K3 tho kind of goad which this jockay is Sho hod luld hor check down on his arm, ahargei with using upon the oi OnOld St, hmU families use as pall- Throosli tlrketj and but (ho wasn't crying, only looking sadly ward when the animal belled his trottor and far one rear n. ,.in, iniii'nii trill ric-Ivname df.tliuilon u acbcl by ralfiSdd. "CKvI " c' l.earen. tb into tho fir. your home jsaper with the becatno backward. "If w Mid everything, all this which itiircaeniatlve nenjiiaper of the dautu, Ucwaerat-l- e 1 railflUor Aueilt. Trar. I'.... ..bu,, ' ..,v. .f... and for a turlrt for revenuo only, aud tbe best, PAiiiiiiilnH aunty left u the home, everything aylfiwwlpQ,fUL Rt nJ-l- . ' ' r, - VfMVIIS. Kr with Hyepepsla and Llv- - trlzhtiat nnd obloet Sbuilly weelily In the United WILL YOU vtiso nncD itoweit i WHY WILL YOU cougli wben SUlloh'a C'aee C.W.SMITH, aouldii't we set the $1,0001' I uiked despor-atttla M to iiirj ule itrtUliW IMrsMiiilOMruroi UUUtWt Sbltoh't Vltalla.r It guarantee! to Mate. Tboie who deelre can uawlco tbla ca.ee 'iwicral Sfanager, will gire liumeJIaM relleif Trice frOe and f 1. Far er CiMitldnt Gen Vt d w at copy ef the iff tostrucn joaylio loaoc for 1 Jehn shook his head. "I couldn't let you j ale ty IVcuf .Mc.Mlrur. tuicyw. Pot leiebf Kenny A SUAKeter. Prosecuted f NEWSPAPER.FILE. ... JmUMBKR yard. IKOTJBIi 3FOK n nrst-cu- , 1 Desirable Property. OPENS lh. e ft sbrtn U-- ICE! IGK! - lily-llk- e, "r l' . e sj 1 pie-roo- m brn () Millb" s Classical HOuoisois iht, , 4, n ; -- stcre-rcom- con-tntul- LUMBER! I FBMAliEjDOLLEGE SEPTEMBER 9th, . conve-ilenr- e r. irsi ""i' i Mississippi Ti St. Louis & tho West pos-itil- e s" MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. Haintainn Reputation, n I Propr enU-rprUe-l" Hotel "I-n- 't 1 Dr. E. J. Nickorsoii, o. &"m. of i y, and Paat nnd Suro neotions note-pape- r, .' "'', "JVf.'im vvJ j 1 Vt-sllll- ll Icric:t)y iJ" ' ' ki. f pro-en-- lx , i con-".m- j GEITiL 1 ." I fl 11 , I i - o:-.i- - i 1 I MVDI-HOL'- ., Cbrl-ma- mouoii ROUTS, Hario-lsburn -- l.t ' I r, a e iU 111 l J M t -- n.nt gt , . . Interior Journal P. J O ! ' AiTOII. Pro'r. o 0 o JfM lC re a G com-p'.ots- f 5! ii aet Qriincl d'oaiibiimtioii 1 & W ht u. 1,""'" omo-tioc- ul Weekly Courier Jounml s , no,-ro- Courlur-Jovirna- l, - r. y. Oourler-Jourc- ntrtii i- - ! ra i