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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885081801 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. jemi " Weekta VOL. XIV. Stmi-Stechlulnkri- lonfit ai NO. 48. OARRARO COUNTY OEPARJMENT. STANFORD, ICY., TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1885. ounutl GARIW1D SCHOOL MATTERS. IWSTONVILLE. LINCOLN COUNTT. or Heaonn why everybody abould vote fo J. M. Cook liari eoid hia nlock of K'o the school tax in District No. 21; ceriee, hardwnro, At., to T. J. Koliinaon, 'moMWhvi Tuvmltiu Utcaune if they do not the Common " rut Jh'r I it iv J. 1. Kifi'e sold to Allen & Thorn iiton School houou will he built In an uuaightly 18 head of oittle averaging 1,500 lbi , at ea.oo A.rvrvui and unhealthy location -- on the cut nine-pen- 51 cents. Dr. Hrown hai employed a "roiitfh" to on Dunlap'e pond. Whin paid strictly In advance. If wo have to 2J. Dic&ukc if they do not, n limine will finNh any man who tiny be guiltv of ph. be charged. wait nr tlino. t'2,ao will be built insufficient to hold the pupils in quiring whether he la koIdk to the mrenp. Wea Hocker la lu Iyin the "bill." with the diatrlct. W. T. WALTON. III. Uecaui ouch a houee at ouch a place artiftlo eye, but in coletnn silence, .1. W. Allen aold to T. Woidf, would brln thia common achool into a low of A GENERAL TASTE FOR MUTTON. Ihyle, :tl head of osttle.aiippiwin to weiirh diirepule and Iohi of respect. l.li. U.oaue the district needt, deaervef, about 1,500 Hit., fjr ?2.73l. A Urn Car We ill llkf sheep," the tmors btlll Begin, and then tlie church It at III, wAnta and U able to have a better hoiieo penter ia reported to Iimm nnld to nnie 2 While bark nail forth acre's tlitil.1? on better grounds. car load heavy cattli', prica ctaled 31 e. It (ecn to pan the Mlcklug stnlto. 5:h Ucuse n common school in Dis-- , J. (). McAlitet'i little hov la till nr. "Weill: llketheep." tb alto wa trict Nj. 21 run upjn proper principles ttally uualyzsd in oonscqusnoe of hia fall. In low auJ rich and tarllow im, A little child of Jjbn Johnion, formerly will aid the poor, mike them better While broader grow the uierrj- - grin nnd happier ptple, and the tax re- of thia jdace, died neir Danville on Friday. And note gets futthtr oil' tnm eMft. quired to do it will not oppress the rich, J. V. Given, daughter and niece, and ," to aapftfriawi .Ink "Wo all like Mra. Alex. McKinney and three daughter but benefit them. Till all the, ecbel wik and ring; Ueoauee It would induce a better are at Dripping "Springs. D;. R. A. Jjhn-cla- ss The young folki tltt r, and list rati, .supprest im Uaajb In burtUag ehtat. of laborers to nettle In the district and aton preached at fie I'rebterUn church greitrl -We all like hcp," tM the better cUs who arc here to rerailn on Sunday. Aurellua D.mn and wife Tin tltt-- r grows lat a bowl, her than go to othtr places where they turned from their weitern trip Friday. Am And t'u tli. dwaewn's race li fraewl can educate their children at fine schools ld to report Lillie Dunnimproyingftoai.'-althoup- h With wuiilcral tkottBgeft' Ut-- . '' they my fare wor-- e themselves. "W all Ilk ibwp," ruH the refrain. ii.! abundant rain lart eek and 7ih. Umi,e auch a hoiif eat nucha place i, -kI then, to uiaketlwlr MoaMlMKphtla. A nronojed would to .Il.hp.,i.n n,t At.. Inle corn " "ponding nobly. Too crop . T'iPlrk-- r allosvtbtr promhiM to b far above nn averaue. The , U e ..", like sheep, hate gone Mtray." snot th t.M.dp of li..i,lfli V ifu , Citluinbm IHtpatch. oti and hay cropi in ourroction aro both .!. i.i T.t...n cDininon fchonl neyer try acain to build it up to what it fine, so that should the fall be favorabU to Developing Busts. grass nnd the froat hold ofi" iuit a little we On eewal 0 wr hoppinc stroll through ought to be. S.h. Uoaue a fiilure to vote thia tax need not fear on account of provender. We Hixth avenue I noticed (bat the women furwould dwarf the energie of thoe who are are experiencing a partial famine however; nbieil Into a certain doorway, clanelni; a tively this war itaJ t'other, hid behind tl'e trytni; to improve the educational facilities not bushel of coal, a pound of rait, an ounce of butter nor the semblance of a dcor josl in the vestibule while ptillini; at of Garrard ounty and who have progressed the bell, mil finally entcriiJ with conscious so well, and would lower the standard of beaf steak to be had in the market. If ,hl"K9 co1limle b o.mpellel "'I" l h in every featutc and ceattirc. education soujht by evcr thinking and en- Rilllt expret-sei- l to get up another Teacher's Ijitilute and Whatould It mean? Were they elinklni: terprUing man in the county 9th. Ucauc cuoh a school ha can and take my family in as uijtnben, eljrljr into an opium join? Were they tin The decline of temperature, eepecully will be built ny if the tax is voted will aid t ahamele crnatures fortunate and jet 11 rendu oti? While I lhw Citrrard Frtnilu College, the banks, the Siturdty nigh;, seean to hive ben more KohiR to dt'crac'lul marked in this latitude than reported elsewa ciiitttlPK n 7011m: ijlrl of my areata merchants in fact, tverj institution nod where. On the night in question a parly tance weo thntigh with exactly the per- branch ol bulnes In the county. 10:h. Hmmum: if the tax is voted the trus- - of 12 or 15gentlemen, mostly young, but belonir-e- d I hare deicribed As form tnce to one of our prou lent families, nod I tee of Line.vler.Mde Seminary will give C0"uln'DR springing ol old etaga and had km f n her lor a particularly aweet and their property or its proceeds, estimated at 5i,jr "illow. werit come 5 miles Into the I 200. lo the common school wa fjllr I"T ,U8,r rpects 10 game young tuodent maiden, tny curiotitv trustees, to mu""J arojeed. Here wat a myaterjr, at leant, if be used in buying a proper lot atul building lacnei viaiiing in mis neighborhood, liiv-- I ing erjiyed a pleiant evening, a few reach-(enot a dreadful roand.il. I grabbed ier by a suitab'e house. town in pretty good timi; the remainder The tlooiion is the 21 hof Aucust. iS'jj collapsed on the the arm and he all but straggled in about diylight in a moat tin-- ! CtTIZCK, door ill. alnlly temper. The road they had to "Conf, Djra," I ccamandeJ, what are The Men Who Succkek. Says the travel leads through six or seven gates and jrou up (!uJt "rne young men who in erery gate thor"Well, Uira Utile, diaf,"ebe rrp'ied, re eie prouio:ion are th uvn who oughly case thev fouud the not b: aoopened that it could n drawing we in from fired flew, "Pit make do not drink on the sly. They are not the except by the use of battering rams cona clean breast of It. Dj you fee the imuin men who are alweya at the front whenever structed for theoccvlon. The earlier aron the door platt She if there is a strike, nor arc they tint of Mine. men who rivals were so completely overpowered the wjrnan who ndvrrtised to derelop the watrti for the clock to strike twelve and female bast. I'm koIoi; to heir what obe leave their picks hanging in the air. They by their feelinxs that they refrained from hai lexay on theeubjict My wbfibjne it are not the m.n who growl if they are re ottering anr consolation the mjt'. cin,Icujtn thins under the frnt qiired to attend to soul) duly a fe, min Presidents Who Will Long be Remembered. of my coraaje, and I want to Bod out utes after the whistle has sounded.. They ().' the twenty-twincumbents of the whether anythioi can rclly be done fur are the men uu illy who pay tjie closest Presidential offiie, Washington, Jefferson, me. C'jme nloni; " attention to buiines', who act as, though Lincoln and Grant will live in the mem-the- y Sj here w.w the revelation of the mystewere trying to work for their employ-- 1 ory of men after the others have beea fory Tho'e whom I had aeen enter thi rd's interest ins'.etd of to beat him a,t every gotten. place ho elyly were prosp'Ctive pttients crook and turn. Tney are the men who Washington will be revered as ihe Corn-giv- e of the bust developer. We climbsd a eliir. of the army in the war the closest attention to every practi- - mander way to the a oaJ ll or, and entered a rath cal detttl, and wno look condnualjy to eee that uia.de ub a republic, and students of er haodjoinely CirnUhed parlor, where a whether they Cin do any better or not. bJ'torj will not overlook the incident that lieaYilydmpreMiro a ad handsome woman Toit class of raea are never out of a job. he presided in the Convention which fram-Ihe- y received us With a mitt curtory stance are scirce. They never strike, they 1 l''e Federal Constitution. His fitting he dismissed me from consideration and never loaf, and they do not ask for their eu'ST '" embalmed in the memorable turned her attention to my g'.im, tl it comwords of Henry Lee: "First in war, first pay two or three weeks b;fore pty day," panion. in peace, aad first in the heart of IlOL'Olf ON JotlNNV AND To.MyV. It is his countrymen." "You wlih to have your form improteJ, Thia expression in Iatume,"abe aid. "Well, 1 on poi currently reported that Gan. John S. Wil- the resolutions offered in tho House tirely promise you to accomplith it, If you liams is to be n csndldate for Governor. on the death of Wishlngton has often We hope not, fervently hope not. The old will follow my direction faithfully." h:en attributed, though erroneou-lto demagogue can hardly be so blind as John Mirshall, Ht presented ths resolu- She made a phyeicil eximitulion of the fate which must await him tlons in the unexpected absence of Lee, but girl and pronounced her certainly capab'e not to see the LsCerro Gjrdo and Confederate war rec- Light of distinct increte lo aJiroilly. It in not Hore Hairy, the fdther of Gen. cau not help eential that I rhould o into tbu puticu ordsare done with him this time The peo- Uohert 1C Lee, wrote them. ple Williams. And in tho J.tT.-rsjw.s the apistle of democracy law of the prcflared treUment the more Mr. Tnou1.11 L. Jjnes, rfiso in hit opinion, tht wnole thing wn samcboitis and the founder o' the democratic party. bo, a, spoken of in the same connection. If there .till whpn hII nthMP .1 .t inr-- t in fAila an awful hu Jib 145. Itjdd, the proct n4V. ..auunin the Hi.te .that deserves -lil ae wlU be known ae the author of the D, wan not vrry uiodeit. Sjllijjit to iy thai J annihiltlioa af.tr Williams, J,nes is he. cUr.tion of Iodependenc. Ho appreciat-to be placed on t e a 1)!k rubber cup chronic cth :e seeker, he has nwv.r had .1 .1.1, ....... - i.... ..... mm air withdrawn from it, eo bre&nt and th ri. .hid .i...i uvii i. u.icbicu .un .i.:. th-tiHrit to cjuiunnd anything and we crowning fct should be gmven on lh ob that the vacuum produrtd 21 temporary nave ioug since oome to theconclu-io- u th.it elisk that mirks his sepulchre near Mou dintetiion of the Hah by miction Th (he-- e is nothing in him. There nrr good ticjllo. upp'icttion of th'n woman 'aid that d ily men elsewhere who would make good GovLincoln' memory will In perps.tttatid by contrivance would, in few month ciue ernors nnd who are not ulcerating with itch three What nonHiil events. As PresiJent lie leaned the permanent plnmpn". for olli.'e. UrecknriiL'u News. inancipation Proclamation, and was the Hut all th fa ue 1 continue to fff our I'wiun cmil will probibly bo cowpltt cnief of the Government during the war lender xtrl do li4 into the place -- fClun ed in 1&'J2 at a cost of jJoJO.OOO.OOO; tliat of that resulteJ in the distruct'nn of slavery Ihlle Nicaraugua, at oust of SJ00 OOO.OOQ. The snd the preservation of the Ujion. To him Basa Ball Manufacture. rehuautipec shiji railway.it is believed, more than any other win the auccesa of the in imiuiaied thm 10,000 0C0 It oould be oaiple'ed in fjjr yers at a cmt ar was due. He was assissitnted for pa lialla are mtde and eild in thix country ol S7o.000.C00. Tne hitter route is 1,000 triolic services in an emergency that will tbt-rii a little hard every yer. Kirat from New York to J3111 Fran- - have no pirallel while the republic etind-- . rubber bill, and (ir.)unl that the wrapper miles shorter cWco than that of the I'inama, three days Grant's celebrity will mainly repose on wind a atronf, blue coar e yrn. lhw U shorter thttn that of the Xiciragu i, and is his achievements as a soldier and General firmly wrspjud wth whio Venetiiu yarn. 1 to bs the most feasible for ship in the Geld. Whilo ai u mere military Tho hi lla are then p aced io oven until all believe paage between the Atlantic nirJ PacIiic chie'tain he my bo ranked with Marlbor-ocesc- ?. the moUiure tt tlcen ou'. A'ter thN th-A gnvedoubt hoever exists n ' o'lgh, FreJerick and Wellington, hia famo are coated wi ii cne it. Tnen com-- i fine to the priCticaLility of lifting a lotded ves will echo down the ctuturi.es i ths Ioi.I.t U pi ice blue yirn an! arouid the wtnle finewhlt- nit I iokj twi'ie IC.cb nnitbi of sel out of wner and naulmg it llll miles of the armies that crushed an urn quailed prrterved the in'egnty of ne re certain SaV. The mver Hre nude of M.xsrell, the Ktleged murderer of C. rebellion, public, and liberated milliojs of b mduieu. id- ce, the best q iUy 'if h re nide of 10 Arihur l'rellcr, at St. Louis, now aavs ihat Ifour other occupints of the Presidenk' osch cut in UiotOiiuo of the figure '8 " iu due time he will produce Preller alive cm towed with fjiu tnd well, and show wnere he got the body cilice will not bj enlirelv lost to view (or For yeirs bM-everal enertl.)ns, thougli (hey will Imvr plecei of loUier, nd at oie time two cov 111 tM trunk. Maxwell s't-rtthit the no filch hold on immortali-as the four era were iiUcd iiu n lull. Hird knock' body in im- - trunk wna D tught by himself I'ney nr Mddisui, mentions 1, DJV m ulj. b ilitnrT Dim llill ninrnt and lVl.ir, and left io the hotel f.r the Jtcks,). , Qarfij.d 'Kid H'y.s. hoi it of prociiiin inurnce m iny up-0- 1 cviae the ce purp'i The invaluable labirs of Midisou in the Poller's life A llltl iiHoticiH wrp. 2J niincoD of the formation and adoption of the Conatltu ion a minute, nm! American ao'imnii bill in The first tale of coiiuu at Memphis till Ion hi recign:z?d by the Amtrici'i b lun the reu ii tt ri nur lay hi 10 csnis e' no- nd. b pepl. Jicks-- will be remembered i.d American. i.f Not a Single Gray Hair. a lmirud as tne re jrgtuizer and rene-- r The K nit .f piSlU0 0 for fn "Yuu may Uiijh nnd think iuo a rain thlug " ihe democratic ptrty, atd as the champim ty a filmd opera ft-- ; SiU ther, an h rure no chame NUlUt Mr, J 11. C, tifSnn of manhood sgalnsl tl e orgau:zed power 0 In thin city, 'Mmt I have not a grijr hfJr In my y of elttint: behind h wmn in weArini; a nioiiHv. It will not soou he forguteii thai id I nm ftf.v n,.,l a .l.r Boston IikuI. and Tet It lo nr hit, it I. pr.bibly worih it Ittceutly my lia r was not oaly iulie gray imt G .rliaUl was bri8siu.Ued wltmiut ehadjiv Foat quite thin, too. racers Halr.ltilMui-iiitt- ae tu .,1 in at the threshold of hia t.tn ;e term lll survive loriitir a flocd New York, I think did wcmdrt tor me. Try It ft u ihe nuii of flve Whit i "he dill reuiv ifyou hoeoccJt.l8n, It really docJ what I wy ihau vhher of 'he thrt-e- , h and an ai)ry brakemn? On break the nnd the color nl$j." Nvt a' dm, not! b ained the Presldeiicv by frud; aid the with consid- greniy, uiiny potfimmi. Only rirV.iblo Jtteiut Hiirvivnl will be trie reoird of over duken the dam and tho oilier fweri ,IrM,lBi- N. Y. Sun. erable vl-- r -- U'rchant Traveler. nig shame and dishonor lt. xi3ii ' 1 citi-Ize- bts re-r- at ilt ' ' d ti" fr-n- , y, n l- ,. s .i:.,i Lancaster. The fall term of the Oarrwd Circuit Court convenes xt Monday with a light docket. Rjv. W. . Grinateil has returned from cmnty wher asnlaled in a two weW revivAl nhioh resulted in sev. enty Hrt in K Fmnt-l- i bought of WeH & Collier one lot un Lxiiyion ave. for 5 100. R S Hdel Liu b .u.'ht 11 lot froji sima pir. ties fir IJjth these uentlemen will erct lUelling-houst- s on the lota in the user future. Tntee citizens were tried in the Police Court Saturday for keeping hogs in the city limits contrary to the ordinance recently pissed by the Board of Health, The result was an acquittal and now the board y they will carry the ca?e to the Court of Appeals, An interesting revival at tho Plsisant Grove churc'a ia being conductel by Itev. Williams, of Kisbmond. Tho reault thus far Is seyen additions nod much interest ia being manifested. Four young ladies were immersed Sunday evening, Ij the memory of tho "oldest inhabi-lant,"e- o many witcrmelons ware nover before seen in Lancaster as are noticed this reason. The fruit ia unusually fine and prices are quite low. It is estimated that 12,000 will be realized from the sale of them in this county. Prof. J. L. Irvine has removed to the rooms on Stanford at. annexed to the Mason Hotel. The Franklin Inatituta prop-ertvjvacated by Mr. Irvine will Le thoroughly ituprored and will bo occupied by Mrs. M , Holmes, of Hustoaville. Dr. W. S. O'Xul and lady have removed from Vero.in to thia place and will make it their home in the future. The Doctor will purchase property here and devote himself to the practice of medicine. We welcome them to our midst. ShirJev, oldest son of W. 8. Miller, died Wednesday morninc of fever, in his ninth year Afier funeral service by the Rev W. O G Kxlloe, hU remains were interred in our cemetery Thuisday evening. The death rf this bright and promieing youth cau'es a general fecliog of torrow in thia community where he won to well known Hia devotid and so universally belovoi. parents are nearly cmd with crief at the loss of their darling boy. Fight of his young companions acted as and a more melancholy occasion was never seen in Lancaster. Miss L'zzte Huffman has returned Misa Annie Fraze, of from Huatonville. R'chmond, is visiting Mrs. B. M. Bordett. Richard Enbry, E'q , of Ciark county, ia here on a visit to relatives, Mr. and Mrs. John Woo lock are visiting in Somerset. Will Harris was borne from Danville Sunday. That beautiful and accomplished commercial pil jrim, Mr. Hugh Logan, spent Sundav in thia place. Louis Landram and W. J. Kinnaird have return- el from Richmond. MlasMattie Bronaton, 'a of RicSmon 1, was at Gen. W. J. last week. Miss Lula and Mr. H- ay B. Price leave for Texas. Olive L?af LiHnrd and Msj. Harry Evans have gone to the Lawrenceburg Fair. Miss Nannie Walker, of Richmond, was visiting Mrs. W. E. Walker a few daya Miss Mattie Brown ia at Estill since. Springs for a two weekb' stay. Miss Lu'a Chaires. of Dn7itle, is visiting relatiycs at this place. Mi"s Lula Richardson, of Bomeraet, is the gutof Misa Lizzie Sweeney. Miss I la Cobb has returned to her home in Midian county. Misa Ella Brown has returned to Isorlh Middletown after a vint to Mifs Florence Hudson, in l.iwer Garrard. Miss Mollie Burdett aid Mas'erSimM B irdalt, Jr., are visiting Mrs. Dr. OXeal. relHiWcs In Ptrksville. f Verona, la the guest u( hi-- r daughter, Mrs. L F Hubble. Mrs M. L drier, of Washington City, ia visiting at Mts Judge O'va'cyV. Misa Anna Vaughn haa Leguu teaching at Locust Orov Cill-i"- . n-h-- s cotil--i'onwell-know- n ut pall-beare- rs Lan-dramto-d- CENTRAL UNIVERSITY.. Ciilego of Philooophy, Letters and Science, Richmond, Ky NEXT SESSION OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2, 1885. AHVA.NTAdKN. A Full Faculty of able nnd experienced lnttructori. Comprehenslvo couneriot study and thorough Instruction. Completeness of buildings and apparatus. sorlnl I rillni-nrr-: The community Is dlitlnpuitlied fur its leaned culture and hoMdlafltr muV young men tin honifs la tha BEST fimllles. Sot n tnloin In the City. ll'altliriilnfM of Loeittlon: Ilichmond Is at an elevation of l.OflOleet abote the tea and free froBX, t nil luminal iiiuufUl n'l StaiB, m the hwrt of tire IlLUEr in) Ar"IJilllli-nihmo- is wmim a lithe peosraphlrtl01 rontre of thCincinnati. Knoxnue aou ChatUuoosrt uuAojitiiiwuaim , iw nours uj rnu i.ouut im?, ...., i....u ipuiuriai xiau, iiKaieu vj sas aua- ncaiiu ny strain an im- - .1 iuiu iu eieifaai, counoruoio Home Jiu 00 r annum, and In tne best t.iaitlle from Si to It per week. TOU1 uecesairr expenses lor tho ten months. tr3m SI50 to SJ13. For full Information and cntaloguc, - ply to I,. Ii. llLJXroX, l). 1). Clmncrllor.. 1 ..iv-iipiiii- M'ROBERTS, &. DRUGGISTS STAGG,. Stanford, KyM Slttsical luNtruciuentB, Opera House Block, DniKM, ii XVluc-4- . cjiieuilutls lVnll Paper, iiooUK, l'aluls, OIIh, Stationery, HoapN, Tjiiiaps, t'erruiuerj, Xiiquor uic;ar!s. Toliuccn Fire Arms, I'ocJiei Cutlery Our JoTrclry, Silverware and Onlical Goods Deimrtnicnt Is in Charge of C&. TIios. IHcliartls, who will Ileimir VatcI1e3 and Clocks promptly aud In the beet Maclili Neeflls ' tylo. H. C. RUPLEY! I have received and Mill receiving NEW GOODS ' "SPRING & SUMMER Comprising the bott In the market, which will be Gotten Up in Stylo and Make Second to None in City or Country. Giro 32e a Trial. HC. C RUPLEY. FIRE INSURANCE. -rr-tT- Blasonhoime OrrosiTK CoCBT-Hoc- Restaurant as ' u -- r- v- -'- tvt -- - i i.1 ua. - DANVILLE, KENTUOKV, calb STANFORD, KY., Repretents the Best and mot Prompt-P- a jeCotc-pini- ei and his rates are very low. Give hia B p-- Meals aro served at all hours. Game always on birad and In Its roason, oysters fresh fish, and similar delicacies served In all styles and on ahort notice. Lookout foiahe sign ' Woodbine Restau- rant" and call vben70u are hungry. '. II. MSSO.MIE131EH Danville, Ky. CO., IGK! IGS! ICE! I PIANOS, OKGAXS, MUSIC, Ac We are ag?tits fur the old and reliable John Church Co., of Cincinnati. Ublo, for the sale of Pianos, Organs, Automatic Musical Instruuitnts and Musicil Merchindlse in Lincoln and Garrard counties, Kentucky. Jlontltlu I'numentH received win deliver lei to rrgu arcustoinsrstn StanXbri. and Ticinltr every moraine at ONE CENT PER POUND. Accounts due at tho cloie of each month, or. when customer quits. 19-- tf . It. E. II A It ROW. r- -- s cither upright n leg Kverett and New England PI nnos, In Organs, the follow, makers: Clough A Warren, Ji.hn Church A Co. and the Sterling, with tha patent ort-juar- makers:tion, Decker A until nli for. Tlir best stanitilftl Wm, KnabeA Co., Uazelton Urov, MAMMOTH CAVE! AMERICA'S GREATEST WOSBEK llilmo. IlrllM Attitvlimrnt. Musical InThe (VfCMfHoit.an Autouiitic strument, tie most perfect In the world. catalogues to all who apply, Illustrated sent tree also tho lest references from those who bare bought and tried any otthe ahovri muttcal instruments. Address us at jtanferd, Ky. 37-i11. A fj. Write lor club rates and get 10 or more oryoar friends to vlit this Interesting Cave. Suain; tickeis to Cave free to summer botrdera. Tho coolest summer resort known. Thermometer 60, degrees at ttae mouth of cive. A good Gandfn alx tetdance. Lef.ve Mammoth m s, J. ennn. ir. r. COMSTOCK, Cave Uotelt. Cave City Ky LOGS WANTED. I will pay the highest price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and Hickory Logs delivered at any station of the L. & N., K. C. or O. S. R. R. J. OTTENHEIMER, Crab Orchard, Ky. I Are you falling, try Wevls' nEiLTitJIii- Ewxs, u luxo, cieau, n Lungs. TOMIC, uuii-buui- Fir Dndn, Nervet, Rtonnch, Uver, KUneya, DYSPEPSIA Headache. Fever, Acto, Chills, An Cnequaknl Invlgorant. Curat DEBLIT Nice ta talie, "1 & WEAKNESS. uuu E Only Line via IT. I I I ba-e- Bucklen's Arnica Salve. THE BEST SALVi: la the world fur Cuts, Urulsct, Sores, Ulor. Silt llhcniu, Fever fores, Tetter, Clupi'ol llandi, Chilblains, Corns and all Skill Eruptions, and positively cures riles, or no pay require I, It laguiranteol ti g ve pirfeet sat I'rlce 2f cents per Itfactlon, or money telunded box. lor sale by Penny A McAlltter. An Answer Wanted Can any cne bring ua a case of KUuey or l.lver Complaint that Electric Bitters will not speedily curt? We tay they can not, ns thousands ol cases a'ready permanently cured and who are dally rtcomnieudlug Electric Bitters, will prove. Ilrlght's DIteate, Dlabetrs, Weak Hack or any uri- , rOKKIU., LIVKK, sweats, ncrvouswcaicriEss,! Mnlarr bo't.,Leanness. nt DnisjrUta. ft 6 for W.00, i Wells, Jersoy City, K.J., U.aA. iuS. i" K. true merit, unefiualptl for igiii WASHINGTON, Baltimore, Philadelphia York City, WITH TUEOfdU and Nott ' Pullman Cars. Only Line via irelPIril i Buchu-Paib- a y 1 nary comilalut ijulckly cured. They purify tho lilcod, regulate the bowels and act directly oc the dltcaieJ parts. Kvtry bottle guaranteed. For salo at ACc a bottle by 1' uny A McAlltter. An Richmond, Old Point Comfort (HrKCia Ilotul) nnd Newport News, In connection with 01i I)03ilnln Steam ,hlpt to And Morohauis and Miters tjleamihlp Line to Rcmarknlile Cures of Catarrh of the Bladder, IrUlamniation, Irritatlonof Kidneys nnd Bladder, Stone or Gravel Diseases of. tho lYostUto llbnd, DropslccU - Enterprisiig, Reliable House. s n-- hl 1 1 JIcAllsierc n always bo rolled upon, l'unny the tetof everjt Ing, not mily to rnrry In rt.-cThrough Trains fr m Wluche.ter, Ky., to but to secure the Agency of such arll.lei is cbto lih tto eo. well known merit aad aro popular KANAWHA FALL3, pie, thereby tuiUlultig the rcpuutim ot bilng alSPRINGS ways enterprising nud ever reliable. Having the Agency for the celebrated Dr. King's And other Famous Viiglnla Springs aad Pleasure Retorts. Ke Discovery lor Coi.siitnptlon, will toll It ou a pultlve guarantee. It will surely euro any and Hunting, Fishing, Kathlng aud all klndt reevery atlec.Ion of Throat, Lucgt and Chest, nnd to creation lur the tontiit. Invalid or spurtsmauof how our confl lence, we in 'Ite you to call and gel This line runs tbiotijh tlm Allegbanr Mnun-tain- s, on tho banksot btMatlful rlv,rsaui termiaTlial Bottle 1'iee. nates oa BOSTON. healthy or Unnatural Discharge u aUo "Chapln's Injection Flcur." each 31. For SYPHILIS, tlthir contr.oted or hereditary taint, U50 Chapln's Constitu-tlBitter Synip, Sl.POpr rot tie. ta Chapln's Kyphilltlc lniU. $2M- - aud bo.ttl Sypulhtic Salv. Upresson ?ypip. 2 of PUU, I tsalre. of SI) 'V, or ut I TurasH. . t.. n. u.1.9. jersfT i. r.. - w. ni Cba-nin'a vtelllnsra. Female UIseaEca, Inconttn-er.e- e of Urine, nl Diseases ot tho Genitourinary Organs In either sex. For Un- It w. WHITE SULPHUR I Sli" PArth Itowell Co'a,NiivilfTli,Al eri"1Tj"nri.ioSiM.i.wh.;ru nalfourlonftlini wnKl a four-Rtor- -e en rtri ' Cheer Up! Help is at Rand. "I tin afrall t shall hive tr he taken to tho or to the poor huun. I have bcoa alck to lou; that my luiiUaiul, good and patient ns he is, cu't stand the worry aud expeuw much longer." Kormi wont, dear wife and mother. See what, l'aikr'e'fonlo will do for you. 1'ienty women aa bill oil' as you are have been iewui-- 1 almost trom thepraioby It. U will build you up, curing all ailments of the tlonaeh, liver aul kldceyt, and Is tltuple, pleataut aul tale. hor-plt- al or address W. . McKOHEHTS, Obrervalton Cars on Dy Trains. Kegtiljr r llckots good for aud all c.io be combined without extra exycuse For full iLformi-tioratut at lluiela, auilyels of M dlclr:il?prlugi, l'ulliinn bleeping Car spaou, Tickets, Ac, call on stop-ove- TOE SiEA KIIMRE. first-ehi- ss Men Think they know.cll about Mustang Pew do. Not to knojy. iai V; not to have. XAn-imen- t. Ticket Agent, Hianfurd, o, H.HMiiii, Gen'l Mauagor, Ky. W. II WHITTLESEY, Truv. Pweuur A gt Illthmor.rl. Vlrainla. ii. w. rn.t.i;it, Mec'l Pu't Ag't. Loultvllle, Ky. j( r It . uen'l Weatern Ptet.j;er II. O. KDWAItDS, Ageur. Cincinnati, O, ed by diligent scholarship to Medts, and the 8th century before Christ, and scripture drops the'10 tribes in Media, in tho Slh century before Christ, and seeing there ia no August SUiford, Ky., race on earth that can beain to claim the the Anglo- description of Gen. 4S-- but Saxon as "a nation and a company of na W. P. WALTON. tions." and furthermore, no nation that begins to answer to the Divine description of Firit Game. COSTINCED FROM LAST 133DE. t 2 3 10 6 7 8 9 10 -- T of Israel, as poesessing "the gates of her The law requiring two Magistrates to eit Innlnji Uarrodiburg .0 14 10 10 4 0 11 Then dear IS'ewbery drove us up to Fort examining court in caee of feloniea Stanford an enemte;" but the British who own ....... t o St. Elmo, that crowns the highest eminence should be repealed. When a Judge exam-intMalta, Cyprus, Aden, Singapore, Earned Hunt Slanfjrd 2; Dnrrodaburg 1. You must know Hong Kong, Port Hamilton, Van Couver's commanding Naples. associate Two-bia felony charge he need not White, Nelsou and that the glorious city is built upon ridges, belting the Bolid globe with strategic powith him another Judge, and why the aamo Dunn. e Shrlero. sloping towards the beautiful bay, like sitions, and, abovo all, no nation to which vrill not answer as to h Magistrate rule Paiied Balla Stanford 0: Ilarrjdaburg 1. radii of a circular spokes in a wheel as is entrusted "the oracles of God" for distri cm not be readily eeen. The rule nquir- - Wild Pltchei nutas lj Brucker 2. Base on Balls Stanford 2; llarrodiburz 1. well as upon the lUt plain, that lies at the button to the world, but Britain; I surely results in confusion, First ing two Magistrate Error Stanford 1; Uarrodtburj 0. point where they nil converge. Perched conclude even if there were not (cores of is costly, and is of no practical good. Their lint Euo oa By Struck Out Brucker 6; Uuue2l. Apupon one of theso summits, St. Elmo is other identifications, as striking and true-t- hat fees are $2 each a day, and the Court of tne Batter 2; Brucker 3. perhapj tho mot conspicuous object in ell minutes ia a day tho British peoplo are none other than peals has decided that ten In this game iluine did some of his finest ied captive by aliens meaning ol the fee law, and this fee pitching, which is evidenced by his having pictures of the city. The view ,rom its the ancient in the 500 for their sins, but never forsaken by God must be paid out of the 8tate Treasury. struck out 21 men. He is considered the lofty battlements is unrivalird. For a fortress of sue and brought step by step to the "Western The amount paid annually out of Treaoury best pitcher in the League. It is unneces- years or more, it too wm must be very large. sary to speak of little George Dunn; he al- cessive tvrannies. but now like most of Isle," wheie, in an impregnable p;gltion, to examining courts its kind, under the new regime, of govern the foundation of the mightiest empire of By giving the power to one Magistrate ways does well. He came the bat but five ment running parallel with the will of a earth wai laid; beside which the Roman or it may times and scored four two, tho amount, whatever times, making a base Bat in its lick each time. Nelson, Wnite and Rob-nso- cheerful, obedient people Is trausforced in- Grecian, Persian or Babylonian in comparibe, will be rtduced to a nrlson for military criminals. Its son, seem thoroughly insignificant. Beginning with July 1, 1885, wo announce our practical results, only one MtgUtrate dedid some very fine bitting. R. 0. massive walls, its galleries hewn through And because I know that these two cides the case anyway. We pay for two, Evans, Umpire; T. P. Hill, Jr., Scorer. the solid rock; its almost unassailable po- -Saxon business in Stanford. Our has been far be nations, once cruelly separated, but only get the decision of one. Section The second gttue played, on tne 15th, sition, must have made it practically im- in anger and hatred, shall, ere long, be code provide", among other stood as fullowr: 71 of the pregnable in the olden times. 15 Jt it fell united in clo-o- r ties thaa ever bound thorn yond our expectations; a gradual' increase month things, that, "If they do not concur in the tiucoxo Game. without a shot fired before Garibaldi and before the disruptioc; the toxen of which grounds I 2 3 l 5 6 7 8 -T Jnniari opinion that tbeie are reasonable month. Wo tako this opportunity of thanking you for 2 2 10 4,000 110 only 1,000 men, shouting "Victory 1" as they believing the defendant to ba guilty of, Uarrodiburg is found in the rapidly increasing fellow for 0 Stauford ran through the streets of Naples, with ship of late yeare; the dying prejudico and nnblic offence, he shall be discharged.' your very liberal patronage and assure in our various Earned Rung llarrodaburg 1; Stanlord 1. almost as much ease as Jerico before the dislike, that once obtained; and the going Htta Stanford Wnlte; Harrcxljliurg1 "If they differ as to the sum in which the simultaneous blast of rims' horns and the to aud fro of religious. Iteschere, who are branches our motto shall be "The Best Goods for tho Least defendant should be held to bail, he shall Harlan. Passed Balls 0. uplifted voice of Israel's host. A grand warmly welcomed on either shore of the smaller sum. be held in the WlldPUches-lIura- e2. day for Italy, that, when the grand patriot Atlantic, and reap n Jharvest of souls, the Money." Again thanking you for favors, we hope to see If they differ in the decision of any othFirst Base on Balls 2. General, with his little handful of heroes, like of which Struck Out Hume 10; Brucker 7. wis never seen before. er question, the decision most favorable to all of old customers and many new ones in tho coming cast himself upon the cre-- t of the populnr Batter lilt Humel; Brucker 1. Seeing and knowin; this, you will not the defendant shall prevail." IlerTey Helm, Umpire; Priest, Scorer. wave, that with resistless pjwer swept the wonder when I say that the old 4th of July From this it will be eeen that one MagisRespectfully, Tne home team ha? been strengthened by tyrant Bjmba from his throne, and released trate decides the caie, the one that is most the signing of anotner pitcher to assist 60,000 imprisoned victims of tyranny from fever of patriotism, is supplanted by a bitter thing even the (fervor of desire that If the other one favorable to the accused Hume and the next game will ba played at tbeir gloomy dungeons. EoglanJ and America may soon recognlxs all well; but if not, he is equally fayorable, Oje singular effect we noticed in looking their identity with;iarael,auddrawsocloee- the Montgomery grounds between the home voice in the case. baa no team and toe Danville boys next Friday, down from St. Elmo s rstle heights upon Iy together that nothing can ever come "What possible good can such a law be? the city. Sj narrow are the streets, all between them again. and August 21st, at 3 o'clock. It cnlv adds costs to prosecutions, seems a solid mass of buildings and no apYesterdiy we were sadJened by witnessgives an opportunity to get a friend or a LAND. STOCK AND CROP ertures between, save one long avenue that ing the funeral procession of a young offirvmnatbizer on the bench, or some illiter Seed Rye, 150 bushels for sale. J. E, runs perpendicularly from the fortress, and cer, who died the ;day before, in hospital, Magistrate who will rule ate or that eeeme to cleave the great city into of fever. Brought upftom the plains too Bruce, Stanford. in favor of the accused. nearly equal divisions, running A. M. Feland sold to Cook, of two lato to save him.Jpoor fellow! Pathetic inIn prosecutions the Commonwealth has Iowa, 12 head of yearling J. 0. for bulls $000 athwart the solid blocks of buildings like cident, apart from his 'early death in this no friends, and can only be heard by its a great rent or fissure: It has the name of land of strangers, was, that his sister hai Spears Fisher goes with them. . officers. The recent action of some examfirst-cla- ss "Split Naples street" in addition to i'u just laniel at Bombay, coming to ete him Twenty-fo- ur For Sale. ining courts in cises of murder, show that ewes, ready for market or breeding. Call regular cognomen. Poor and to remain a year on a visit. is much needed in this kind of proreform Naples has no water works and aqua ad girl What a shock the announcement of on or apply to M. Speed Peyton, Stanford, cedure. lib. as in other more favored places, but a his death ha' been. There is something Ky. The Commonwealth does not vote, nor Smith & Anderson, Danville, Ky., small canal runs through the city, where, peculiarly impressive in aJtniliUry funeral, does it stand at the polls all day and hoop have a superior article of Faltz seed wheat under cover one can see a strange sight. epa:ially in India. The coffin, in the centhe boys up. There iB no danger of the for sale. Oaly one year removed from the A row ot washerwomen half a mile in tre, with thej dead soldier's helmet and Commonwealth getting the best of any iSorthernseed. length, cleansing the soiled linen o! Naples sword upn it; the body bourne on the body or thing, and as long as the people Wanted. One hundred mulea tofeed, at the same timing stream. What the shoulders of six comrade; the measured rule there is no fear that any officer who upon reasonable terme; have plenty of corn rules of purification are I know not, hut tread; the reversed arm; the solemn burial gets office from them will bicome oppres- and oats to fatten them. Addreas.John W. one shudders at the thought that perhaps scrvic-- ; the three volleys over the grave, sive and commit persona to trial when they Miller, Lancaster, Ky. his under garments may possibly bi ma- and then the poor body; left alone, so far are innocent. Eefoim in our criminal R. W. Givens & Son sold to Lehman nipulated by the functionaries at the lower away from friend, kindrid and home. It procedure 1b much needed, and nowhere of Baltimore, 25 head of extra nice East- end of the row; and stands aghast at the is heart breaking. examining courts. The worse than in the DEALER IN ern cattle at 5Jc. They will be taken this reflection of what aggregated filth his Cir Bible Rtadings TuesJay and Thurswrong done there to law and good order is week, and will weigh between 1,600 and "washing" must run the gauntlet of. It is day evening increase in interest and at- Hurtlirarc. cape Home SIioch, Groceries MniliUes hard to overcome, and such being the 1,700 lbs, It is an extra nice bunca. Admarvel what soap can do agtint such o idi. tendance. QttetMiHuare, Iron, Anil, Hnggy there should be more and better checks no vocate. But I was glad no: to hava any washing JIjii-iicam- , Kiigjry WhcclM, Stove, We are all quite well, and happy io the Ciuie Mill, Courier Journal. thoee courtB Every oleomargarine manufacturer in done in Naples, though linen is as spotless LORD. I'ralre His Kpol.cH, UriUOM, Chlor.MlIlK, der name forever. Covorx, Dick Tate'3 majority climbs upward tho country will be pleased to learn that there, after manipulation, as eNewhere. A E'er in Jesus, Nloiiewnre, Gko O. Bahxkj. Corn .MusIIer-H- , Collars, still. Cue hundred and eipht counties the world renowed butter producer, "Prin- "fancv" grow into a very solid "fact" as DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNJT. Hyr reoo'rd wa? a yield one regtrd, in a meditative wty, that (five a vote as follows: Tate, 09,916; Fjx, cess 21." is dead Oliver Chillsd, Champion Steel tind Brinley Combined. Plows, Wooden nn3 of Tate, 63,914, with ten of forty six pounds Saiiley sells the etitapest and best coil and a half ounces rowof washerwomen, plying their 35,702. Majority Cast lamps, and the Celebrated Mayfield Elevator. Tin RoofOffice corner 3 Rnd Green street. bounties to bs he3rd from. It will be observ- of butter in seven days Hr owner refus unsavory trade. ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. for her, and an ofier of $10,000 Sells Broi' workmen are here We rode down front St Elan to a convf ed, says the Louisville Timcs( that age does ed II. II. Htili'Mttint j John .flcKinncu. Jlrluht , Jr. nient fpot, and Uuached ia full view of putting up bills for thecircu which is to be not wither nor custom stale the old man' for one of her calvea. f f.ou Times. accompanievery time. 3 1. Danville Coukt. ISo cattle on raw- - the bay, with the invariable here Sept hahit ol getting there about 100 head emmon mules, very ment of sweet music (I heard no discords The cjlored Biptist assnc'atioo ad Exposition opened Sn ke'; T3IE XEW GKOflKICY AM) IKAKDWAICE HOUM? OJF The Louisville i turned few ro'd and thoee that did eeli went yery in Naples) this time from a ?ery brigandi-- h etlerdsy. Fattier A. J. Ryan with a grand flourish of trumpet. urday low, at from $100 to S125 for 15 hand looking fellow with a weed's growth of un- preachd to lare congregations at the CathIt wb nearer completion than on any pre- mules, 15J to 10 from S125 to S150; plain shaven black beard to give him n villainous olic church yesterday morning and night. vious opining day and everything moved Tne will of Gio V. Calvert was orcitton mules from $75 to $100; no horses. look, eyes like jet, teeth white as ivory; amoothly and gratifyingly. Crowd very small and no business of iu hair uokemp'; dirty and ragged, but with dered to racorl in the county court this a voice like Bellini or Sims Reeve, and an morning, ut. bayeite uuniap was qualiThe Louisville Commercial is out in a portance. The Georgia Farmers' Convention de- exquisite touch of his guitar. Although he fied as administrator of Dr. R W. Dunlap new dress and has added several new feaWould hi illy k your attrition to the fact that tbry hire Jmt rrturuc from the cllli with lu cided to send a committee to the Ameri- received gratuities, he seemed to be eimply deceased. tures to the already pleasing make-u-p. ir -- a du veil icikin hock or mull i; base bill good paper if it is a can Exposition, to be held in London in playing because it have him enjoyment; at The Somerset and DinviUe The Qmmcrcial is a 18S6, to gather information on agricultu- times executing a pirouette of ecstatic clubs met here again Saturday when the kicker from away-bacral and mechanical matters, to inquire in gratification, or a graceful step of the Ta- - Danvilles won. Score 0 to 0. The DanMOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. to agricultural progress in England and the rautela at some particularly touching pas. ville and Harrodsburg base ball clubs will In cndltts variety, dainty In quality au.l Mttifottory In prlcj tbti we guaranty. Our aim ibill 1 at all tluiM to mpply erery want In our line, Tuesday. AIex.8. Walker, a prominent farmer continent, and to aid in the establishment sage of his beautiful eoog. I noticed this play a gme here of direct trade between European and absence of merely mechanical music, in all The reported marriage of Miss Lutie Jessamine county, has become insane of who played and sang for us. I am sure the Duke, of this place, to Mr.Speed Goodloe, The small pox ia epidemic at Mon- Georgia ports. expression of pleasure could not have been of Lexington, was untruo and a rude and Con list i of the Standard Urirnl.ol Europe and Atnrrka. Our Urge line of Cuoklog btorM Include treal. One hospital contains 3G patients. tbejuitly celebrated "Oreat Wolern Ilwrrc" and many other family larorltec Our China, Olaaa CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. simulated. It was too genuine. The fact heartless joke on a most estimable young and Queemwireatockronilitiln part of Table, Tra and Charatar 8u compUt, (ilanware The annual wheat show of Kentucky richly cat Andy ltice passed through town last is the Neapolitan is a born child of song lady and worthy gentleman. Mi's Duke andctcbed. In the way of Ilrcad.lufla w name Buckwheat Flour, the qunrn ol all producers will bo held at Frankfort Septemtrlt. Our Patent "O. M." Flour, uriTallcd for cake and putry, while like and Hominy, our own potrl. week with about 40 head of aged mules he and sings as a canary does; for pure joy in is in Independence, Mo , visiting her sister, ber2. arrajed at faithful adjuncta. All stole S10.000 in gold had purchased in Laurel and Rjckcistle hearing his own vole. Ever in Jesus. Mrs. G. L. Chrisman. Some creature im otic producti, Stone, Wooden and Wlllowware, thedellracleiln Foralgn and Douicwtlc Confection -Sn- eak-thieves Electric ".auipa, Stationery. Canned Meata and Frnlt are here. Tin, Gr-0-. O. Barnes. posed the hoax on a reporter of the Lex- and a completellne of ClgaraandTobaccoa. Well, thli li only a hint of what we coin from the San Jose (Cal.) Safe Deposit counties at prices ranging from $100 to hare. IWterlxu $140 per head, Bank of Savings. 'Prospect Point," Landour, N. India, ington lratttcripl and in that paper it first that we can make It to your Intereat, we confidently aik an examination of our goodi and your patron-(t- Kctpectlully. Flux is prevalent in this neighborhood; XU I LOU AtnOTItKIW. appeared. July 4 h, 1885. Jamee Horace Jonea was hanged at Friday for the murder of his two deaths from it in the family of Joseph do not forget that Dr. Thos. E Pickett, of Maysville, Dear Interior: I Troy, N.Y., Adams last week. Mrs. Jbbbitt, the aged this ishe day sacred to "L!ber:y;" nor am has presented to the Bovle County Historwife on July 3, 1884. Commissioner Miller haa virtually re mother of F. F. Bobbitt, and'.W. T. Ste I unmindful, I trust of the grand results ical Society, a handsomely execute! bronze pealed the seven months clause ol tne phenson aro among the latest cases reported. that have been the consequence of the fac simile of the great seal of the Confeder Cue day last weefc our old friend, J. T. "Declaration of Independence." But there ate States. It is of circular form with the whiekv exension period. Waldo F.Emerson, who served in the Lasley, was eeen hurrying along Main street is so much more ahead in the coming re words "Confederate States of America" at U.S. Senate before the war and afterwards with something like a broad grin upon his union of Ephraim and Manas'eh that I the top of the circle and at the bottom the can not get up much enthusiasm over the Latin motto Deo Vinrfici In the centre is in the Confederate Senate, died Saturday comely visage, and upon enqiiry it was DBiiaas in- that he was the haypy father of disruption, that has been so wonderously a military figure on horseback. Tne seal at O:eols, Mo. (-i Vilas has gone to Wisoonsin for a twin?. Tom, old biy, we congratulate you. overruled for blessing. If there is one is enclosed in a handsome velvet case, such Drugs, Books, Stationery and The Governor' no ball at the SDrlnr-- a thing that cornea to my mind as logically as are used for mi natures. month's recreatton, during which time raiiuy ni iiuioo. watch. The Danville public school begins ippointmenta will be made in postmasters last Friday night was quite an enjoyable proven, It is the grand fact that Eogland a.vMrati1v rimtkrtlinitfti1. Inn. affiir. A larce crowd was in attendance, is the land of Israel, and that Britons are Wednesday, Sept. 2 J. Miss Lucy Welsh UhviLl.ti.1 t.r. under his control. Alo school all the neighboring towns were well repre true Israelites lineal descendants of Abra is principal and Miss Dalla McFerran asP.J. Slocam.who with a female teacher, baa established a very salacious eented and the spread all that the most fas- ham. Laic and Jacob: Britons being the sistant. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Cecil and JEWEJLERS- reputation at Hire Cave, is in jUI for tidious could desire. The fun was kept up ten tribes, generally known as Ephraim; and .children, Mrs. Granville Cecil and until long after the "wc sma' hours." America being Manassah a thirteenth children, Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Caldwell and The Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, murder and perjury. Jewelry and Silvorware It wb our pleasure to be present on tribo "a great natior;" while yet his broth- children and Miss Mary McRoberts are at Frczss, the negro murderer who Henry "company Rock Castle Bprings. Mrs. Addie K. was executed at CatletUburg, Friday, met Friday, the last day of tho Fair at Rich- er whs to be a greater" even Ever bought to tbla market Price. lower than the Iowcet. Watchea, Clock, and Jewelry Imof Louisville, who has been visiting his fate without o shudder, believing that mond, and can nay of a truth that old Mad- of nations" as Eigland anil her colonies paired on abort notlco and Warranted, hs should die that ison can "take the cake" when it cornea to are this very day. Just read the 4 Slh the family of Felix Fiehcr, went homo it was foreordained that fine horses and pretty women. A large chapter ot Genesis, dear reader, if you wish Saturday. Misses Mollie and Julia Mo. way. Ann Hgnn (colored) died nair Vlcki-urg- , crowd was in attendance, estimated at from an abridged history of there twin nations Carley, of Adairsville, Logan county, are Bunchy, at the age of 120 years. Her 8,000 (o 10,000. We are indebted to Gov. of the 19.h century. And I ask you, ear visiting Mrs. Amanda Offut, near town. peculiarity was her hair, which wai three James B McCreary for a good dinner at nestly, whether, if two tribei Judah and Mr, Harry Brigga has been added to the iJV Levi known as the modern Jew exist; clerks force of the First National Bank. eet long, a sample of which wis on exhi- directors' booth. f Exposition. Will S II ty, who was acting conduct- 5 millions strong; with the world against L'eut. L. Hearne, U. S. Army, Mrs. Hcarne bition at the "World' P. M. General Vil'H put in a good day or on 'bus to C. O.Springs on day last week, them, in effuts to root them out for is and Mrs. Rone Ilesune, of Newport, are AND pos- t- ran over Judge Carson' little red hog and centuries, is it possible that 10 tribes could spending a few weekn in Danville, the Friday by ousting 1 17 fourth-cUkilled it. The Judze demindni nY tnr M bo hidden away in some insignificant cor of the Cluwena House Mr. Gro. auters. Taere were two changes in ! Campbsll Co., no,; oi the "poet." Haya told tho Jude to ner of the earth or are thi-- not, rather, W. Dennison and family, of Atlanta, Ga, K. Miller, bring tip the pig and he would eettle. Tho cxifltiog an, worthy of Ood'rf ohoeen pe- o- will nhnrtly taa up their residence in W. E. Cinn, Arabi, Lincjlu Co. ud A Full nud complcta nHioriuicm of Furniture, omltniclnc Mr, Dannifoi Kiinerintendent orj'thliiK from the Clieaprat to (ho Tho good cltiuni of Kiwan csunty Judge gave n uec.ro boy 2"i cents to carry Ic in the farm of agme pro eminent ntlion Dinvillf. Fluent Nnltea. Wo ave held amwtinij and piwed resolution.! tfto pig to tho Spring on hi shoulder of birth, mtiltitndioiu ai tho atitH, and of the Main Jelici Mountain Con! Co , of need o ro to (ho cKics (o nmltc your iiureliuscH, no limit cr Hpvsd wlm( they do not sympatic and pent Mr. Hya the fallowing character- btarini; unmtotakable nigm of th imjieri-a- l nenr Jolico, Tenn. Mr. vhlchehow that quantity nrqtuuify you want, an can and nil! mIic iththolitwltwwml.NMl whioh givo us istic note ''Here Ih your Dad dura rod ho;; position, to which all bible atudonta Fry, Jr., for twoyeara pat n olnrk in tho any irlccn you can obtain clNoivhcrc, freight liolnjr added. Almv wuranee that tbty will An ell in thair Seud me S2 Q." The J.idgu is of opinion agrto the r detained? To aik the qtirn P. O., had retired from that volition. Mr. a fall assortment ol CoIHiih, Chcs, fShroudu and ISohcg, ciuhrrM'-inj- r , ower to swart tbt conviction aid piinlah- - that tb "port" (MR pilot a loaniboat bitter tion io to anor it. And no u I know Kiy mwl n gocd clerk ud fo a popular all (ho New Stylo, both clionp and cxpevnlxc, Ware rtMimn than an oumihoa. rasa ! beta traa- - pd otptbl young man. lLat tho Auglo-Six- on ienioi muiaw urtHnvr. opposite fct. AMitph Hotel. Stanlord, Ky. The games of bige ball played on the Montgomery grounds on tho 14ih and 15th between the horns teim and the Harrods. burg b)ra draw n Urge crowd and the first More of Naples Predictions of the 18, 1885 game proved to bo a very exciting contest Reunion of Ephriam and Manasseh. The gams playe 1 oa the 15th was very left. Tap time, the home team beiog-badlALWAYS rnAlHINO TIIK I.OUI. first game stood as follows: GEO. O. BARNES. u 0-- 03003110 . a, -12 n Two-bas- . lltt-Uu- race-carr- To Our Friends & Patrons: third after trade one-hal- f. n Anglo- year's 9- i 0001000 01 that Two-bas- e year. BRIGHT A GURRAN, soft-heart- w. H. HIGGINS, Whip, Ijip Him, 1 -- TAYLOR BROS. :es.y. :. FAMILY GROCERIES OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY nil-brate- d 4 t MAlislor PHARMACISTS, -- mPtD v"'t!osBrN ' AtTrj Da-vi- e, i&tfi Mj,im 7 Ken-UCKy- V. gus-fiti- s Rj, JOealei in 3imwiiitiiie luro Parlor I 1 v K-n- . iemi-S31cckI- i! nJeriorounuI August 13, 1885' MAMMOTH A CAlE and-bye- Stanford, Ky., l. " " A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ....1339 m 1 aUH train going North Bxpreislraln' " " " " South Bouth 10 r. M, r. m. Horb .... 1 S2 , m. .... 2 0J A. X. Tho iivoto It calculated on standard lime Is a tout 20 minutes faater LOCAL NOTICES, -C- tin:, Uolar lUY. Buy your achool bookt from Penny A McAIiater. Watchiw nil Jewelry repaired on ehoit notice and warranted bf Penny A McAlIa lar. Blv the lima Ho? Uine.y, the or!il nal ntul only genuine, from Penny ifc .Mc.Vl-inteA Oo.Mri.CTB r. stock of jewelry, latent tyle. Kockford witche a specialty. Pen. ny& McAliater. FAKitms, Head Tms. do to lit. M L. Bowroe'ii liritir "lore and (jet one package of Hani A. Clark' Hnr aro nolMtiaueil after tieinc it yntir money win irereiuntiisi if... PERSONAL. of (lux. Mn G. Unosvuim Cuiixan C. ha been very ill of Di'nui.v, ltev. P. T. Halk ia Hend!ir the week Dripping Spring. Oboiwb Mao.v, o? C'iir50, w. with hi friend here va rriar. Mits. 0 A Lackcy return! Irotn a ViaiC In 1. tut. .11 .. .......I . . t uerelt Vyne, wan week. -- ...JU,,.(:;rlc,uJ1 fciNoi.ETO.vand nil. :o ley Tih'e, Kacm', wife, of C.f wero hern list wi e i look-in- c well, Misw HAcaEi.ALi.HON and Mr Cut-t- i, of Georgetown', are of Mr. 8ie. phen Iturch. Micsts Mami and Mattib Hiatt, p Waabingtcri, are litMtm ihe family of Mr. t?eo. Ynugbn. Mim Nannie Wood, of DinTille, I Mting Mln Maggie Lee. gatindera and other friend here. Mhh J. T. Gano. of DaSI, Tex., arrived on a mil to her mother, Mr. Capt. K. T, Kicheicr, Siturday nitjt. Mn. Ciiaiilm Smith, wife aud little daughter, Kntua, of U chuiond, ha htm vi,itin the (auiily of Mr Jjhn M. II.il Mwi Kate I.oian and Mr. Fannie Kltnrmn uored into the Wilton tore room on Lmcaa'rr itreet jia'artWy and are opening out millinery. Mn Sam Cowan and wife, of Hi. M ., hnve been nailing Sherifl J. X Menefre Mr. Cowan waa formerly of Pu laki, tint ia njw clerk of the city court tf Hi. Joe Jo-aep- LCCAL MATTERS. ('it)Kit mll. and Higgle. Stw line v arm g boxearit W. II, wt oi Tnti.U- - and Uruce m T. K. Wall MrUtb'rti Hi it Jahs and .uV. awm hi Iwwrr prUri KrttiiviH Ur.'ht .t C.irmn. lirr rmjlt u- - on ami whea . Mlri.H tnti utiiUlreu boitld ree xir new flock of renvoi bce j m rtolTel lln.ee A ' McK .brrt-- . Hrk-k- . li"t! acd w! buroed, fjr Htnrr tSiuehuiin To tiiiQ'lrwl and 4fy thou-and- , u br Vul'N) lMtio I'HJiti hotuo to Attend oobeol abouUl biy their Trunk and Vitii e fjm Urice A McHob'rl Th(t pmor.ii knowing themelve in delitcd lo me will pleme come forward and retlle at once a I ueeJ thu money. II. C Ilupley. m h. Geo. D Weahhn U acnl for the bet coil ever void ia Httnfurd. He will alfo fur cUh the cheaper poodt to all who iff fire fuch at at low price a any dealer in the market. i i We never claim that Stanford la a pret ty town, but there ia no denying it ia pretty now, being painted a gorgeous red with Sella' circus bill, announcing their com ingSept.2. any locl newe atliat yef unable to get hold of it from any of thoe who are auppoeed to know ouch item, ro we went to prera without any. If there waa ttrday we were aii Ntfino named William Wlker, aged wa put in jiil Siturday evening charg U, rd with detaining a negro g'rl ngaint her will. Thlakind of biflneaj am to be epidemic here at present Oon rrader will excuse u for devoting ro much apnee to the Cave trip, for it ia a ground hog case. Tte paper had to come out on time and we had to write of what we were the fulled of. We promise not to have another description of Mimmoth Cive this century. The Junction City Camp Meeting 1m glniontheSS'.h. Sella Brother' Circu ia a holy combination corupsred to it and the thing ought to be suppressed ai a public It only a clap trap way of mak-innu'iaauce. nnd the methodi ara not money in the deaire to obtain it. A g con-flidc- described rw one of tho gnndeit events of the kind ever occuning there. Four hun dred p"r,ana were prm'nt and everything was lovely. A fetura of the occasion wan the procntation by Mr. J. Ottcnhciraer. founder of th Germ.a it S uw Cjlonies in tills county, o! a Iw.utlfui bamj let wih iLindaomeHtlk bvlno attached brHring tho compli'iunt of th colonire, In raoh gneat ll 'Wrn to Gov f urtUtlc nnd OivliiBtothnp.uttbat be hud to Kaott. Uka lo the evening of lbs IuUvill tb Uo'ernoi bad to bnrry oil on ia The Govcrnir'a Bill at Crib Orchard iljln iIm It. t u'kcupra. mub 'u ih r;rt of Merry Party of Excursionists Thereto. Tnc tarly hour of 2.05 Frldiy morning aiw the following happy party of excur sion! a left StanforJ In their special car for Mamuuth Cave: Mra. Lou Shank, Mra. Kate Carritherr, Mra. Geo. II. Bruce, Mra W. P. Walton, Missts 8abra Penning-ton- , Liiiie Bright, Luln McKinney, Be'le Riot, Hillle VanDaveer, Mamie Chenault, Ada Fellow, D.ilsy Burnside, Allie Hubble, Rallie Callaway, and Rboda Porinnn, Annie nnd Ella Shanks, Lirtlo Karris, Suaie Kout nnd Messrs. W. B, W. H. Hglna, J. S. Hocker, E B. Haydcn, W. G. Hubble and the writer lo be j dned at Lebtnon by Mim Mary Fo-gle, The sun rose brightly in n cloudless sky, giving n numbti of the lazier member of the pirty a chance to an unu aual sight to them, for thoy never bthold old Sol till he ia far nn hidi!y ijurney. The trip to Lebanon Junction waa soon mule and there wa experienced the only even slight discomfort of Ihe trip, a four hours' wait at tint Got forsaken place. We mn aed to pass thehoiiM very plcusnntlr, bow ever, and the tune did cot aem sj Ion;, though nil of iia were happier when Cap'. TurnerV train switched into the aiJe track and took ua to more Inviting fields, nrriv Ing at Caye City at 12 41. Tbero we took s'agr and after a by no means disagreeable ride of two houri aid a half over a much hetter road tbnn we hid expected lo rind, we ltndd tt thc.Mcci of our j niruey at 5 o'c'ock. Tne hoUl and co'.tagca bear the impress of age apd are very anti'i'iatei in appearance, but Uiey arc beautilully arranged in a grove of sturdy oaks, from whose bough a number of swing nod hammocks are Mi'pendf J and around and among which are sbady walka and lovely crcq jet grounda. A yery good supper tcvlved our somewhat exhausted energit a and all were ready at the call of the bell for n march ttrjogb the short route of (be cave. And now the real fun begina The ladies had donned the custouiery suita and the figurra they cut were Untntic to a degree. In fact the vhole parly looked like animils escaped from a mecagtrie and bore so atrong a to certain bensts that esch suggests hi or her own name, We give them oelow and tffr a priu ol $10 to any per-io- n outside of the party wbo ran place them correctly. We start out with a loving piir of polar bears, in charge of a keeper, much interested in the performances of one at least of the piir, a beautiful tirade, two Jumbos, a baby elephant, a kangaroo, a monkey, a lien, a pair of fnwns, a dear little gazelle, a ledhradeJ wcoJ pecker, a came), a pet iqulrrcl In charge of an during outang, the gre.it, original and only ia it'" Urup the creek, Ilirnum'n two (leers, a rabbltt, n baboon, an elk, a hoodoo, a hippopotamus and a rhinoce-ro- u Nme them and take the whole Ini or a ten dollar bill if you prefer. Tae entrance to the cive, which wa frin. el with vine, lhwern aid firrv, wit'-bright little rill pUying over all, is at th! bottom of n dtip ravine and i one ol the moat roman'.ic ol p'ace. ftie roil air from the cavern uiakw the tempeta'ure delightful and the mau who c mid not tell nistnle f love in pliquut ttrtii to the f l.i- choice these, must indeed be on ctllou. or btoome disanohan'.ed at a too mil ii survey of her anatcuiy as parti illy eoticealed in i ewe suit. Provided with lamps and ptececded by an auti'i'iated ei'eciuien of the American citizen of African 'rcent, U.iclc Nickole-ieu- s by name, for a guide, we pIiiDed in o the inner darknera nnd wcro soon overcome with wonder and awj. It ia grand, exceedand ingly glouiy nnd sublimely Gl.'a the beholder with greater reverence and admiration for the divine Architect tnau he has ever experienced. The extent, the visine's, the beiuty aud the ((range ntse of the surroundings are indescribible almost, but since it haa been nttemp'ed by numerous guide book writers, who kindly permit the people to peruse their effjrte after nn investment of a quarter of a dollar, it is not our purposfl to become a rival in in their trade, i be abort route roritrea a walk of nine milea and except the weird boat ride on E:ho river, ia much more interesting than the long route which is said to rtqu're IS mile of tramping. Somo of the scene nnd places are very appropriate ly named, bui it rtqiirea an intene stretch of the imsgicn ion to "catch onto" many of them, whica gives occlusive proof tint the first explorara were aa imaginative aa they were brave and dauntles. Lis hard to determine which Is the most attractive of the hun Ire Js of wonderful object, though the star chamber ia augges'ed nmoog the first. It ia CO feet in height, 70 in width and nearly 500 feet long and seems to be studded with stars inaumera ble. It is here that the guide is able to accomplish many striking illusions. By de seen ling behind n ledge of rocks with hii lamp after all the others are extinguished, a storm cloud nppoars in complete natural nesa and when he slowly emerges from them at the caot, imitating the sounds of the birds, a roowter, duck and other farm-ynrsplendid counterfeit of day break ia pro We returned to the hotel about ducod. midnight, worn out with 21 houra of cene isss motion nud in nc.it roomn and clrati bsJj, soon slepf, a' Brother Birncs Hiy, ns only tired tourists can. Nxt day we took in the Liar llmte, which consumed the wholo of it and not withtr.andlng wo covered rxmny mile.?, Ihe exonerating- atmosphere nnd tho novel accnen, made ua ftrct that wa wcro such nccomplishod tricop. Among rido ttia fenturaa of lni journey wn i of half a mile on Ej'.o It tor, m th On vocal Httiaic of Mits Daiay B iriid, Al H ihblc and o'.harn, whiuh eeliimi and and I'h'i.tr-.- soul re icboed Inspired with h 4a)liKhifnl, yet atrafnt of ' nil wbtn th ' by- - Iie o fell upon tne hushed and awful surroundings, emotiona stirred the breast akin to what we Imagine they will be when we hear that sweetest of aonga beyond the grave. Ihe Uittomleas Pit, the River Styx, the Infernal Rjions, Like Lithe, which one of the hanger on to our party understoo 1 to be "Like Levi," and dispelled the Illusion by persisting lo call it so, Valley ol Humility, Fit Man'. Misery, the Snow Cloud, the Liat Hose of Hammer, the Dining Table, whero we putook of lunch, the Cora: S:rew were each eniiyed in their turn, while the solemn stillness reverberated with the laughter and jest of the merry sight-seerIt wa a day long to bo remembered and the tuajoiity of oar party will not cease lo tell about it till death shall cloae their lip forever. Another delightful night' rest nnd we turned our unwilling ere homeward. The stage ride over the mountain waa cheerful nnd exhilcratlng and we arrived at Cave City in time to partake of a refreshing dinnr, though our party of 27 found it hard to set accommodation from the grtim and impolite old duilsr who presides over the hostelry Our train ctme on iu due time and our special enr wn taken from the side track, where it had remained during our a'ay We were all looking forwarJ with cloomv forebodings to the fire hour? Iiy oil at Lsj'jinnn Junc'ion, when the conductor cirae iu a' Glendnle with a mw-sij- e from our staunch friend, Mr. Frank Harris, Colef Train D.spucher, asking if we would like to come on from the Juno tion attached to the fiat freight There wAjoy a in heiven with the angels as we sent a glad "yea and thank you too," nnd if Mra. Harris could have heard all th good thing snld by the ladie about her husband, she would either have felt vry proud or very jealous. Tne gocd man kindly held the freight for us and with hardly a delay of a minute at the Junction we sped on our homew.ird-bounjourney with happy and thankful hearts. The young people amuted themselves In running and jumping from one coal car to the other and enjoying to ita fullest extent thu nnvel experience in riilroaj travel. At 9.30 o'clock we arrived at Stanford, grateful Indeed to the Giver of ever; good gift for giving ua such fine weather, such kind friends and so bright an exp;rlenw to glad-de- n our live'. A faw more moments and we were in oar own coucho, sleeping the sleep of those who are conscious of havlcg enjoyed the good things of life without abusing them. " s. d 5 vivacious and lovable Suaie Rou'; th pleaunt and attrictive Portmin girls; the two bright little Shanks', and last but by no means least Miss Belle Root. It is no uj Ulking, if Mies Bjlle didn't enjoy her self the merry ring of her laughter is not indicative. Goi blesa them all and grant us to meet on miny more excursions before the final meeting in iheswett bye-abye nl On account of an accident while we were rnnning off our last paper many copies had to be sent out badly printed, as it waa too late to remedy tbe trouble. An electro-typeadvertisement was drawn out while the pre was being steamed at a very live ly rate and tbnt parsing under the cylinder mashed its way into the type and left its impress in the rubber blanket. Some ladies were present nt the time, consequently there was no profanltv, tlnuah one at least of us would have given a lire dollar bill for an eecnpe valve. d I for School remember e have ready for von a r,ew line of fall shoes especially adapted for school weir. Bruce A Mc Roberts In preparing 8KSD TOR A (ATALOGIKOV Garrard Female College, LANCASTER, 1 500 buhels of Orchard Grain Larger Corps ol Inttrucrors than anv Female Col leg-Ietd Bricht A Curran the ftiite. llullulngs new anduppdui- Teru s retonable. hevt uiens unexcel H"imi com.ueuces August Slat, 1855. RELIGIOUS F3r farther Iniormitlnn, adfms MUHllIi EVANS, V D., tttt't. There were four edduiona to the Bip-rlrt Wanted IY. I'.tFKHRNCKg We reler by permit , followlug gentlsiuen His Kxcellency J l r Knott t.oTornor ol Kenljckr, Fraill ' i s (len'l Fayetti) HeweU, "aie Auditor i ... r '..: KyjCul II D. Allc. Kf. ll I -- i - ..-,- . tii'e and PreIJent Ky Teachers' .n- Kt.j Od J. ,. Tate, Htatp u-- x rrinkhirt, Kr , Pro! J Desha Picket mi. ..i Puhl-rntrtictlnn nf Kentucky. Fiankl-- i i ftor. Luke P HIatkburn, LouljTllle, .. .. v Jiiues. Mc'rejry, Jtlchtnond, Ky ; I. . i l King Wftlt.., Pine BluH Ark: Her K H K ."-naatatChap aln, Frankfjrt, Ky ci r.m ''. ur. ... church herp Sundav. Eld John BII Glbion receive 1 a tele gram from Eld. J S siying that he waa still sick and that it was beat to postpone the meeting which was to bare betrun last n'ght. Eld. J G. L'vingston closed hzs meet-Innt Hnldnm's Mill, Sunday night, having won 45 souls to Jesus. It is said to have Uxn one of the most interesting meeting ever held in the section. SETT AliVtRTISEUESTK. TIKIS OIE3IIBA.IP O-KOOIBI- E. c T. R. WALTON, -- DEALER IN - - Ail cUmm of Bulldlog Material lor sale at my pmnljes on tbe Iliutonvllle plie. LUMBER. ! h Mu Iir.Ut, ttintorJ. TO BUILDERS! All parties wanting brlik or itone work of any kind done will fiLd it to th'lr aduntaje to with U-l- m f. II'. HOtt.XJ?, Halls Gap, Ky. FARM FOR SALE! I cfbr NOTE3. ''hit - d - b.t a There never was a more sociable party, or one that give itself up more thoroughly toenjnjing everything that cime along. Mrs. Shanks suffered a severe ankU sprain, but tunnaced to ese most of tie long route with the aid of the guide's etafl and the assistance of friends. She wa ao good humored anil thankful tbat it bee. rue a pleasure to help her hop along Mr. Fnuk HVritocri by us from firt to lasl. The special cir w.is gotten through his in'ruu.entality mil neteltirraphed particular lntricii'in- to .til to whut-- oh re we were entrusted. If the tnauk of 27 warm hearts an recompense for hi kindntw, be enn feet that forever. I'he L A X. in the host road anywar aud she lus none but ctticun and iou, Sevtrii t ihegir.s ina.ie 'aiasheM," but the way on or two of them got away with a little "brown j ig wia ciutiou to Toe youth who taken a dado. Stanford girl, or any of our pirty, for a fish of the suclter variety will gel picked up, if you will exctiw the hng, an 1 "don't you forget It." Mrs. Bttice and Mrs Carrithera were the moat active of the partv, clambering over rock and precipices with the agility o' girls in their teens. Mra C.rrithers ia mo familiar with the Cive thtt she can die count the avnrace guide in conducting a parly or extol lining the obj 0' the animals in the menagarie, we are not averse to telling who one was. It in none other than W. B. McRjbjrts, the Belle of the Bill. AH the girls fell in love witn him and EringHiyden, but the latter gave a borne girl the grand sack for n fresher conquest. He is a terrible tlrt the girls eay. Jisj Hocker, though somewhat settled in one direction, was a general gallant and distvened his favors evenly. If you should mlsa any cipillary snb'tance from the summit of hfs cranium, you can find it on the rocks that overhang Echo K.ver. It don't matter though, he ia too good a fellow to care for a hair or two. After the wretcheJ experience on the Old Point excursion las: year, it was n pleasure to see Miss Sabra Pennington enjoying herself. She ia chuck full of fun and it boils over on the smallest provocation. She and her particular friend, Miss Lula McKinney, honor any party that they grace with their presence Did you atk wbo was the monkey of the ehon? Well we don't mind telling that either. It was Will HIggins and in the absence of the leular clown he always took his place. We would advise Mra. Higgles to keep him home if she dnean't wiah him to ruu entirely v,ild. We nre indebted to Mr. H. C. Ganter, the gentlemanly agent of the heirs who own the Cave nnd 5Q00 rcres of Innd above and II h is a native around for many courtc-siep- . ovcry ICeutuckittu nnd a tbor.iugh-bre- d incH. Wc took to bim aa soon as he (old ua hfl wiih especially attaclel to our dear frionJ, Dr. Woods, of the Frankfort QipiUil, Three young ladle not previously to the tnaj irlty of the party endeur tbnnmdves to nil and made hwtini: el frlenda ol each other inl nil the re.it. We Ms o' refer ,o pie'ty littl SiinrtiifSul.', M ., nnd M o Allie HubVe, e tlrst-cia- nuntor.1, contalalnx ; .lores 6t flnt-rat- e HluKJruc Laud. Tbe Farm It Id a good stale of cultivation; fences and Lulldlo;, In good repair; 230 Xmm in pts; M Acru In corn. Ilent pari j. ots r 8 wi cent and ia.M. Addrrss me at H-l- ta lor tale prlrately ray Farm, lrlns Itume-dlJts- ly on the pike Mllledjetllle aud J. jr. WEATIIEIIFOHV. Hutoa-rlUe.K- And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line Yon May Call For. IN ADDITION TO UKOCERIErJ AND PSOVI-IO.N'S. THE BEST TOBACCO. Jack Fminin, Rlcbmocd, Ey , bas a large trade In Ihe tolww tnacuUct tired Ij Allriebt A Martin and haw uld ataiat .,000 twliti durlcc the past five vrira. He bas tbe fjllowlog ctrtificate from the mannl.icltirers: HE KEEP3 IiKODiifun, Kr , Julr 20, 1SS3. By Mr. Jack 1'reetuan, of Klihrxond, Kj., we bertby certify tbatnld Mr Freeman bis cur natural l4f tobdrco, brands "Firnldt"8i ar)d"FrleT)dlili."ll i since Feb u ary Jv. ligo, to January 1, U 901 . Fijual In ocds ab at 2.PX. (omained In 100 lyx Very tfullr, Alrri'iiit a 01 uitin. Tin- - , Glass- - rulof np llit and Qneensware, To bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, Sale of Shorthorn TUESDAY, 50 or GO Cattle. I will otfrr at pntdlc rale to the hltbett bidder, at my Farm tbree tulles fioui lluttontllle on tbe Liberty pike, on AUGUST J25, 1SS5, nocr Head of Shorthorn Cattle, Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. Canned Goods from the liest Can neries of the Country. Couilillrg of Cora and a mauler of rucking Calves, one3-- ; ear-oHull nnd 2e rearlica Hulli. l'ed greet can be obtained br applying tne for catalogue, loitoffice aJJreu, Haitm-vll- Ky. Txaua. Credit of 4 ruonlbt on liondi villi gio.) lecurlty, bearing G percent i.teiest from day of mj. o. ji r. fV. XlT.XXMtLEr. mffe, c. SALE OF PERSONALTY. Xi Admx. of Dennett Cloyd. dee'd, I will till at co bis lute MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 1SS5, His personal property, coasiitlcg of Twovork Ilorsia, 1 aged work Mules, Mule t rearllng Mules, 4 milk Cows with Steer, 1 yearling Calres; I fat Cow, l 1 Helfc-r-, Null, SO bead high grade fal Sheep, 13 large feeding Hog", 8 riowi and Pigs, S .Shoals, tbe crop ol growing Corn, Hay, 7 stacks of (lata, fanning Implement!, 4 c. The Farm Is for rent, prUately, from S plem- twr l. 16V. nnill Janu ry 1, 1867. Ttrina of Nile ol iiersonaltr mado known on day oae2-jear-o- For Bargains, There Is No Place Like the Corner of Main and Somerset Sts. of sale. 47-t- d JiUS. L.J Admlnlt'ratrix. X1', WHOIESSAXiX: PRICES ! Stanford Female College. STANFORD, ICY. ALEX.$.PAXlw,A.B.Pres. The cext teas on of this n Ifgln on instutlon will Over 40 Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagons, Over lO 3Farin Wagon antl many oilier Goods to be RETAILED AT WHOLESALE GEO. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1885. The President atslitedby A Corps of Efficient Instructors, Will endeavor to gKo careful training and thorough tustructton io the pjplls committed to his charge. Terms reisonalc. bead for circular. PRICES. From ) A Lee U.vivKiutTV. LKXlNiiroji Va .Julv IS.1S82. I Mr. Alex. S. l'axtou graduated at this Institution In lffil. Has been engagett In teiublng Mnco liu Ibe war, and being capable aud loen very succcssiui in tils ptoitMioii, (From James A. Watker, r rently Lieut. Gotcr- TESTIMONIALS: J. J. White, Profeesor of Oroek Too Many Goods on Hands; Trado ia Dull and Thoy Must Do So'it. Wasm.notos 1. lVK4Hi:, .HiMiitnictureiV Ak!iU. "Tho Bourne from which no Traveler Returns Sick." CATECHISMS-FO- Kuwokkn. Va . Juno 20 1S7J sITirtla mu plesttire to bear tsstluiouj to the vnx-Io- n quail ncauona ana cncicncy oi .ir. Aiez. Hii dlncipllne la ktnl, but Mm M n tweher. It OLD CHILDREN. (ioods, ypcitailis, Artlrla, Sh.w-cI'jlnts, statlonerj, Toilet Articles, Hooks, ,te,.lc.,Ac. T i tUJtii)i ttl elfr. tint wlnaitae J. Itlpf Bowmar, D. D Who la theolJut man ? Dr. Brown llMtKi'.osiii'mi, Va , July 4, 1882. . 's I take p!tamr iu testl:juig to Mr. Who la the wlsl mauT Col. Fiiua'alii Box high literary nttulnmeiits, bla zaal in Ms profession, bla facility In imparting Instruction Fulb.tt. Who Is tlia naodMuaat nuk T Dr. Ed. EattM. mid bis oou'duHtlaiis regard lor Hi moral m we 11 uj the luti'il.ciual dotilopniMit o! the youth What three cuupltii aru folna to wtrry rwil to bis can) week? ThUIsafcrt!,taut Dr. Dojrne will tail Mry FrtiUnnl U.lda Oall.wy. 15ery-hod- r KromS. V. Hall, ice. Board nf Trustees llollrar you, Aeadau.y.1 WlMdul nlih Dr. 94Bier All who want fell iu love with Iohui. .But whal'tt JI.UMSoviLtK, Tk.s , April 1, 1379. ahaap prttea. food gais a with Prof. Alex 8 PuxKju taw,-ta-l Iu tkjllrar ilalo.l ia a prty thu ue t pari!oulr' ? A'k Ud Who b lku . SsrWa l'rinal Acadiiny. His general lUfortmrut waa BrU'h ; th HOilling ibat of a rail lied, ChrWUaa geotlttuiiii, In th model' lit'U l.aslojr. prov.d hlase-l- i ripe Ha uVwn't kttp Ftrrla; doanure, school rojui beviHsltnt UaUMctor a ami a sthaUr. a What dew Dr HMra .id fjnceful littl L'n gomt thorough an I Mitt'-tftlt- i rtMnr, h aafls tit klatta of Madldmt, Ttmr (47) VioDrvr; tho Krtiii tlie llov. Ali-x.SI'm-ton- well-know- n and giod. ilUd . lii-- Fllo, td Wbo ia the luckiest mau Scott Ai. Jw(, 111' lf ha, triplets.) Who Is tho stiarp.it penon 7 Tho one wlaa with yours truly, till the tow eoico lioiao. iU Lire a.tbrt kt? jn. t. KorNB, AT THliJ NEV7 DRUG 8TQ81 STAWPOIID, KY. ti H r m Irchlylntcriorlounml IN PARADISE BRILLIANTS cnstsl FROM B30WN1NQ. P.irncoUus. THE "WANT" COLUMNS. SOME OF THE. QUEER EXPERIENCES OF THE COUNTER CLCRK. A Dosirablo and "3C FANATICAL REWARDED Measure your mind's bolght by tho shade H the meanest of his crea- turoi Uonsts two oni to fncj th) world StraiKO Thtnes round by a Close Ifeiid with, bow a woman when he lov hor. Ous to lilS nr tho Sninll AdvrrtUomontrt One Word More. Ifunt- Smart lliisliicse SclienisM All great works in this world spring from liii; is Job Sllstukcs. the ruins Of greater projects; evor, on our earth. Men block out 13a be Is to bulli liabylous. St rnul lloneer Vres. Return of tba Urnso Tbcro Is a flavor ot porbonnllty, u unity, about tho littlo anuviTlncsi-ment- s Tho common problem, yours, m'.no, ovory In the "wnuf column not to notlcb-nbl- o one's, Is not to fancy what woro fnir In.lifo in other claims of advertising. In the Provided it could be but finding Urrt mnjorlty of them the ndvortlser Is crrifftg What may Le, then find how to mako It for tbo cno who will sustain satisfair factorily the relation of master nnd K'r.ront, Up to our means. landlord or tounnt, landlady or consumer ot Bldiop Uloujram'a Ajogy. pancakes, debtor or creditor, buyer or seller, Tills is tho spray tho bird clung to, returner of tho lot or tho rowarder of Making it blossom with pleasure, It is a popular Intolllgeuco burtuu, she sprung to Ero the high treo-tosuccessfully aiding tho jwrjonal, mid, as a Fit for hir n"t and her treasure. rub, more potty transactions of iudlvldual O.i, what a hopo bsyoud nuasuro . It U A sort of modern town-crle- r Was the pwr sprAy's, which tho Hying feet busiuo-emlmu tbo noisy round, nnd proclaiming hung to dally to thousanls tho lost nnd found, tho So to bo tingled out, built in nn 1 UQ to. nundry tar-gaitMisconcspflons. auctions to be held in lands and wtires, und other. matters COL. FRED AND THE THIEF. Some Of moro or less pith and moment pointers regarding the pritctlcnj How l'rcil C.rnnt I'unlbel the l'arlolucr features of this sphere of jourmtlhrn were of nn Old IjiI''s rocket-Hoogiven n reporter by one of the attachos who bos charge of this de artmont l"Hnlston-- ' in New York Timet n "Yes," ho remarktxl, "the wut columu restaurant, ti fow night In an ago, a campaA- of getitUmon tat chatti;ig business brings u in contact with a good over their ci rs as they listened to tbj deal of human nature, nnd we hear ntt sorts music. Of couro tho namo of Gen. Grant of odd qutlojn and remarks, nnd n .good was moutloned, anl more titan one good many Interesting storie. Take loo 'Help story was told to tho old comman lor's Wanted' department for innUiice. That is every day. There, Li crollt. Ono of the party who had tou lis- scanned by hundr-Ml- s tening without saying much finally broke somo fellow looking for a job at tho pnbllc lib, en the counter yonder, nt most ny in: ''I don't know much about the gueral,'' be said, "but I know that he'j got a on nho timo of day, and sometrnei there are wv-erU true blue; I mean Fred Grant, waitiug for a look, epxlally In No, I never nw him In my IKe; butull the same tho morning. Thero'j hardly n moru-in- g I know what I am talklug niout when I say oniebly is hero to hwk but that he is jut one of the manliest follows at tLo lilos by Q o'clock. If 1 have time, that over breatho 1. He was on a Washing- and fo9l the Itching of curiosity, I cau, genton express train coming over to New York erally g3t the story and .rcunntncos ot tho caller if wo are aleno. Thoy are ofteti one day a half a dozen yiars or so ago. fellow-- , who aro olticiUiM "Tto cars woro crowded nnd he tdiarod his nhabby-genlVsent vith n old wpman who got on the and have Mon bolter timis, Irut drink cr train at Baltimore. At Wilmington he left circumstance his left them without mcrrey her to go Into tho smoker, and the train wa or prospect, and thoy turn up birre for drawing into tho old Wot Philadelphia sta- awhilo aud then go, God knows hero. Mtt tion when ho returnod to his sent away in of them belong to thit largo Bnd helpless the rear of the coach. Tho old lady whom class who nrp educato.1, perhaps, t hatto no .pecial calling, nnd tho world don't awn he had left ho discovered In the nlslo clutchcoull at tho flying coat-taitd hnvo much um for tbem. ing n'S beyt-sh"When teop:e advertise fcr help they of a burly man who, making a bolt ftjr tho car dcor, was dragging her nftor. Frod generally went kkilled labor ot sono tia-llIo has aud wbou there Is ouo opening fiT n handy Grant was nt her tide in n trica. fellow, crone with simply 'general' Intellimj- - money,' exclalutsd, the oxcltod woman; gence,' there are twenty ready to drop Ji. 'he bai my money; he's a thief.' "Fred nindo a grob nt tho tIl, but Somo of Uiem have trulos or pro felons, Il"id just In nd vance of his grip the cost tall went bqt seoui to bo Victims of bad luck. flying u5 of ton door, young Grant close lucV is simply a constitutional weiciiirs, after. Into the station went both meiL asa rule, nsfarns my obiervation gojv A Onco Freil Orant'j land was full upn tho man will bnvo bad luck at nnything, If b fallow, but tho Giuwit blool w3 un at tho govs at anything ho ain't flltod for, nnd a of layiug hold of gol many don't seem to tw fitted for hightest pitch anl iitft-eathe scalnwag Fred sildenly planto 1 himself amounting to much In this world. Thoy job, or firmly on tha old pVink walk and then with often ask mo about gottmx a dadi that was simply chain lightning out wl other it would pay to advert! w for a went his boot, onco, twice, thrice, right situation. I don't generally givo them much under that flying coat tall with thuds that encouragomeut in that direction. I till fairly ochood to tba roof. It was ju.t a? if them the way to get a job Is to get out sirrl a pile driver had struck that rhing gentle- rustlo for it But the word ru. tie lsnt hi men, and' ho spun through too air 11 So a tboir lexicons, as a rule, I gue. K4 flb domornlizxl football on the Polo grounds. uun bos a tralo I tell him to go from shvp but, gentlemen, he de- to shop until ho strikes a job. If bo simply Ye, be served every cottt that Iw got A dozen wants n Job 'nt anything,' I tollWiuW ffl timed the sum couldn't havs settled for nround to whore they are digging Jfin rs or sloiv3. or anrtblnz of that bort, and ibl necessary repairs. "The old lady br tears were dried. That every bois for work, mid to fceep going until young man Grant took core of her right ho finds it. It ii burprising Iww mnny men thoro or through to ew Yorjc, and hea ho fit her nhociin't take cans of Uxi.mo.vw halt l in a cab to send her to ber doothiation hero a roll ot bills went into her hands too. And well as Uw nverago streot Arab. It- - fViai fellosrs, ncross one of theio shabby geatt-o-l when alio beggl him to tell her his namo that she could moAe RwJ bis loan, this is Ujuklag toe soðlng toft, itdo.s me good what he raid: 'On uue condition that you to toll bim to Lo a man, to get out aud tattj will never talk to auybody about what I've cir his coat on go to work at the first tblg Some of them conw hero dwy had the chance to do tor you And, ho flruLs. 'gentlemen, she never did talk nboot H, aftor day for a long vhlle,'lock ovr tli though tbo card be gave her she kept ss one )l)or, au 1 rerhnvs anasver an ad oticwln n of her choicest treaurt. She Is dead now, wbila, and then Moisly disappoar until Lho and I guess thre is nViar' 'a breaking her noxt morning. Suddenly he'll qulf comings pledge. That womut was my mother. That ail 111 wonder what luck he's having; aud is how I know and what I know about Fred then, porhnps, I'll we him at work or meet him with a lunch bo.sket on Grnnt." be tlmnkod, soul-itdee lion-oitp k. al el b-rls 1 aorc-ulwrj Acroa of Good Land, rami (Jontahing about 100 Irorn sol.l n Pension Claims Prosecuted WITHOUT FEB Aj-ply 0l Uncsiser turnnlto road, nboul a mllca Lunosstor, Kr. Well Improved. Wld be o i- - THE MtlDI'S RECKLESS, FOLLOWERS ARE &.' liaco or ad.lren.im the (Vera n fur ulllorte ASjX: L'nkeaaucceeilul. Twenty yean experience. to JIIIjO Jt. STKVKXN A CO. OPFUi:!, Washington, I). C, Cleveland, O , he Detroit, Mich., ChlcaRO, III. Agfnilor K II. BinllVi Heir.. With All tho Seiuimis Plonsuros That tho llpnrt of llnrtnl Man Gin Coticolvo KttTiinl Jjitlnon mid Ilotirls Iiiiiuinorutili'- JXOXJSI FOB nril-cUi- e I.UMBER YilRB. otn(sl IUtIpr yard In the rear of upaluml-e- r eur ftorc, wc arc now ToJoxrnph. priu tainMilt twrlin'i , oijIJ tlia jnnlidi bottor the s.ukl i p!riUirf nwn encamped wttli but Kntity ".heller nnd n, still moro Mranty csmimls im it, out upon tbo burning, tbo Sjudnn, over-hi'l- it driven along by tbo with u tlrco kbim in. the stlllinB liarmnttan, dry N r, Sutton Heine, nt W'rwH: Thu Posts or all kinds. Shingle" cut. o. Vo will i ntheroitjh. burg. furnlihe.1 complete, Is for iliwM and .haicd. Also Agcnta for the Danilllo Klvei lnu'itn toanr one wntln It. well share. rianliij Mills. lerrtlilnistn a- 3MI SVTTOS X'TUOItXIh Ky. niiainiburn, Prepated to TurnM any kind of Lumber tit njt i out rricii.tx. Desirable Town Troperty. HiH-E- S I desire toMlluiTdn-elHna.hBiis- uprfm dellut lux iry or idleiiew. They aro not even to take tho troublo to tut n u;xi the r lots of rosot to eat and slrinfc, lor esq'iNIt" loinfjs, hlossoJ with par pct'inTc rluood ui always bo at their side to cltiT cheiii nil the want bofpro they can even nk for it. Tii fruitful bind down to 1 1 his h ily call who tlnda not heavens to tli. Hutoi of rUL" And Mohammed and 1 hmnuiul Ac.med, hH servant it mu.t lw louteMoJ, have found one very suitable in iced to'tle tales of Arabwfolk. Tbolr 8'ins and their i) jcb are Alloi with phmsoj rfnlllciint nf the yearning of thoso wild of la u I for tho ploasuro nm of u pressu tree sweii s uollliu flower nnd bub Mini; water. It eloli otTers thorn, these nwn of bard lhvs and stern work us tbo 1 ni dreary iiiirctiliij;nnd wourtls and dentil lb r only rv.c. "That prranliot ill sus- their fool, alkaline wrUor tbolr drink. In Stanford, will ' TMI health-gltlnsltuatcdou the corner of Mala Sttoet and Loan uit nwnaifuieiit tlill reason, and as It lirntlrely KHirnlihrt. I can premlv. ...y liro ATh.Ut front. IT tat on Mm Street well as hea lb Hoard, f Is Irinie, r Ateuuf. The house upper and lower cniuforlai cents, lie of .le'ible cot taw. I J to wr n.ttieTi aad hi. .Ix rooms and week. Will hate a comeyanca at the dejot Ir. Illf f llarklrbrrrr t'orlll li tl tT " ,. tot t riiif nil. rr, .l ,r.l!i Uod..J. K1 ,. ,t. ftll Ur ftff.uittt, tul li I' t,C Uirt 11114(10 l.ffllf IBlh a tret-- on the lot. Win sell tVVVfiv. - uf tsitniM. Fer nt t m Ih- ilruat,. or a v i iiarrliacr. tjunlonl, Ky ale hj all .Iruftl.U nl AO rrnl botllr. tf Jlsim Tniliir'KCbs'roUi's1 nnd llulli'ln ill sure r.iuiills, croup un4 Con CUA13 ORCHARD auuitluu ls U'c 1' anil tl u UutUc i.n wnr.it YAIU). both for ale by ir. M I, IIOUUXK, sualorJ. (Irocety On top of the Knoln, cloee by J. Uitcr'a i: OP13N VJK Puir lit U1TEI-I-- ? .TUN 13 ! l' CORDIAL e. r S'ruAii-t'oUuil "- i "i. !'" ,UW" svnos.uioitn. For the BOWELS. r' lrrlnr.lj. rl iirirl U-- "St. Mary's Suw Mills" ami COLLEGIATE SCHOOL! on of the after world tbo Crab Orchard, Ky., wld AcidMale and Sept. ?, IMS- -. uD.lereiperienff.1 teeh-cr- s. l.ulMers ami other, etiu Colleslato putt Our iBotlo la "tlswt H.Wro-nau;Hall, rorclrculars ItIuk tswuie, Jdhe R. Ut llellwoiil.le lUlea." I'tolllee aJdreM, ltratoy, .Vanillin, HUH a tfTANrOHD,UIiIN'riHT, KY. mart: a wiieeimu, rroitrivtor. Oflce South 13 ON Utrett, two doote ab)t tide Main Shlnflsx. jc, Kor all kinds of general Ituer. theMyrri Hotel: not find a betler lbej r. vLvrvvixzi, "' ':"' PrwWent board l Ttuitcoe, Crab OrsberJ, V. Hawei, lTlHdinl, Uul.tHl Pure Nitrous Ullde quired. 0i aluitnlitercd 11. when re- (lap, Ky. LUMBER! Drosstd Piaa Flooring, Ceiling, WoAthor Boards, Finishing Lumbar, Sroen Lotnljer iu tho Rough, including Laths and Bhinglos. OR W. tl.o f. uutaiiM of exijuldtosher-- I Tbejr ore nevor to grow rino to thetn, nnnhood, r.ud if older than He t they clio nel never, no luver, all through the cynw of immortality, stir an inch from ibo ?r t where angelic arms, have lurrying ea. b ir 'in tbo battle-iltdo i the porfuined sward unlaid bim No more Jamels to der the to .Tin tr o Iriv. N nmiv in (Idols to i.bjot thorn. IVico nut piitity. twrpitual yor.t'.i, and Tja birds oven, In the Uziies-- . I ou?hs. aro only to Inj in nunnrous fashion. No eirplit.iii; clamorous song will T. U lnjard Here arbowal choir will singing all lw iKsuitifbl uightiiigalo', through ell-- a it ware, tbo softost whisperings of melody tnat shall never lie the Mime lin;; moiigu for tbo listener to recog-ui- 2 a tune twtre. Tue porfmn, in lbs fomn way, will phdo imperceptible fr.un one fragrance to another, an 1 each fn turn wjillw new nnd exquisite. The shert ts will Iw nectareous and blii Is of aTl tre liydrouiles, meads tha bav. devi ed for happy heroes in the "Crtio of Rast" anl "Elyslan F.el In" nnl aro to pens by subtle transmu-tioii- s fromo-s- ) t p miegraiwte and from citron to date; from orange to grape, and mi on through all the ji ppins and berries of paradisaic crci n di. Ilivoroi with such fruit asnintt hav uoiWl mVacles with, such as.Vinntsjd Eve, sur-- as tho chatn-pion of Christendom knew of, as the found 'in taa Master's garden, as heroes anl g ddu es have striven for the apples of b!m nn I immorality. The maids above" hourj', too "the dirk-iveves they are t" weary the eye by monotony. S xty is tLo nialloj allowance, tbo "half ration " n- - n were ot a common, ordinary sort of true Le.iever. Iiivexceptloual rase t jey ara to bj in number awyond counttne. nn 1 at the wih of b nige their age, .. their po'SO'. or lh? their featutiv un i tlcir vice. It is not enniigh t at they r ha'l each be perfect way. T. en, (o think of it, uperilded to all this, the !; mil cwln 3 o th.cfc foliage over-Le- a I s anil, above all, . and j;"iitlwonder utter and yiwilabie Isz on '. then that ti u)ahdl' m rters, rvlni ed from only to the drudco'iy of lea t oi bu inan-- aift (iht in the d sperattf Soudnn, escaped from tho tyr imy f petty masters to lall uu :or tlia of a i; dj.p-jtwfanatical ioider, should g to their deaths tlmr lip, English & Classical School Christian College Building, s. r.ioof kial '!., iiri li.tiri from S toll a. Jiutn.ilsTivi wtiao M. act I to fi r u. AlMtl.(t',ci mcuirr 'IJS-lyr.J BTAVKOltl), XCKTL'ISY. Oflce on I.i cm r atfet, real door to DonllMt. l'ENNY, lure-monJ- " llSSTONVILI-K- , Th - KY. wlllopn Third Anuia' Uur v ISS.'. sf-I-- r . lonmeotcf to lalod the en o.orub S.on !.'. t.uetljn 'W),al, UdBly MT"ro Stf Ml"sll.blHIS. HS'".K.WVr,W 0u uiy,Ky osMnndrive of our ctiitoweM In tlcinlty we hate atranitsrd wltU aswtiun't f.i. vHH A FREE! 1 .a-r- RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E irfrrlrll,,n rf rne nl ihi uhjii ii itJil n 'i 'Cifi;! fH'i mll'lnln too t'.H liriiwrjri'll TIOIIflllf TUT'i l.nmt Jlantiuotl, II raloirmmnnl Jtmiv, houl lliliiuc.' iltns.i frre. l'lUKfltiaullllll fmrrUn I' I niiLi:usuuna Address On. WARD L. CO., Louisiana, Me, IUHIMnMHMMMMMMMnMMMMM.Hri PEMiVLECOLLEGE SEPTEMBER 9th, WITH MYERS Tn-ii- HOTELJBHIO - & MISSISSIPPI fi. W -- j STANFORD. KY. 1885. G.v, as The Ulnxt IteuU to- - E. Si,. DURNSIDB, Proprt. i LoiUS & tllO j West . Rov. C. Mrs. Popo.of Augusta, Prosdont, -- jti AMI Hotol Still Maintains High Roputation, AND old and Well - Known its NurtUw.it and VwUiwwt tlic wjj- - LOriSVII.LUorCIXCIXNATI. ii.lL 1 UMIle i.t Clmm.l mike direst iiuiiiKnon at I'j.im points with lit Ubt-Bln- e Uxpfe on tho ""4lo A IIilMlt'l fur fit Ujuii and all luta Wivit, f'vm 1HiUrUle er ' liteln-I1 n TJrtnwn nOUlb natl to Uu'i. our two hours ii jlrkf r than any other line. li la pi jrs lliiie for tunlt ao, Crit tbolr of i4ti lc trust going WrU. FQ-in- m el nt Proprietor la Iti ahafl rSeooad Determined that to no Oonntrv be it a Aided by cue of the wost Colle't v EsPJ'1' ' flotel in the State in Ha Fare, AppointmontB, pr AttenJ Miied of tbe most thorough tralBl tion to Comfort of duAuhUriln all that iwtaint t wiJ, wM'' tare their Queiti. iiit'wilJ. lie intulttM trt ourtnUrBiaikon at U For suta sx.fs truisA.,aJ.lrr. ' M,iur.l.u from the Kt. ivb li.f&i. wIllhecoiTeief: to and "."',0" ie The Hr will ta COTanrtIalTrTeler. "ho"'1 wbh I HrJ,B," of fcjqn C'V i - S. C. Trueheart as Lady Principal, ',7 U t- Dr. E. J. Nickcrson, Physician and Surgeon, Office on " .' . It.c L2Hout'3Qaioker"it:"1. r .in tir wsy .f 'tl m o. &"m. Aloayi tatVet s --rL Fast Tituo and Suro Con nootions Mn- -i 4th St., Danville, Ky. 'IfyieWvurt NtwAiMf i CmiwoJi1 With all tt St. Louia and Intermediate Fointa s i- - e 1 ltino dn Thoiish Flit ula Illen ami Cured. rerleolly Conchofl and Pullman SlooplnK Cars I'roui Xo Ferric! NoOiiinllHiwTnitm-fen! b um-j-a- ItilwiIHoloClilt'MBO, Knlfo, Ligature or Caustic No CI net 11 im tl lo ClilcaKi Used. IiulliiinipnllH to C'lilcaKo. Treatment Mild. No Detention From lis-hti- Tuey brieve viitb u 'tern faith o very iota of the f rrtnise.s if future pleasures held out to tliein, uiil cu that bi.'hef gladly btuko tho uretchd liijrsi of t: e.r liie an 1 risk tho brief agony oi dnit-- i on t jj lattle-UelJ- . Faith, frenzlid futth, osce wed led Arm and fcjTo soino near falsebooV Irugs ft to tho lait," 5oudan And those who were in tuo amde tes'tim uy to tin amz ng, bewildering reddo nes a 1 d. rs;arl of piln with which these h 'Id'.erof tUd mabdi came cl.urging on t their .nte. Tlie tnrh is, they lixftd teyo:il the Dr.tuh ruAiu nt tbo ree i sove of pa:a-die- . Tholitter of t ut gr.m tbem was as not .ing to the ra ii i u of the gi'dut gate they cjuI 1 soo ojiiniii.for them. In r.Mt t..u 11 iii of r.'ll.M and the ni'.ke of th cannon, dull ma es of men iS'Sjr.y, anl am Is in tuuiultjuus I!ut turt'i'oif an visible only motion. to tho eves ut thjie nrushlng fanatic, viero tbomittenng ot rb s of grejn i.k, the abuum r of gol J . iriniiiiJts clovj il iiaiiiL "i'io tuj :uruui ivar of tue artillery, tue pitiloi tusiliade, tuo c rjceivin ilea iu; clamor o mwi glt'lir u but. above it nl, ni ear n.' Uo trii) cpucknoj l.y l.l mortal iv miii caught taj kWeet liltln ; ft h iiven'-- . in.ug hi nw, the murmer ot t,u breezi in the of tho fouiitaui if leave i, the (jabbling 5!'.mii zjtu t'.in i raS caroioi if thj.o hid(ln,Harli "t ie mat ." So tce ennu (xi in u iu h all together, or in small partiit, or ev.'ii 1 li'.v. tu nujt the doatn "wbi n lea'ln t ur.i i.w." Out fiom i u.ks, tbjy came the bush, anl fruu on, one agai is. 11KJ, Inn "i ig an I shunt i.i,'. What if t iy felll It was itn fn.e-lol- ' baid that laid t,.vin luw. Ti.u.riil wsachievm. Or, if thfjy leached th urbdlever's line un I drove their suburb bouia tforo they ont down before their bullets, nil tho greater was the gain, all the lnr.'er was thojiflnes if I.laffi bavo of eternal bliss. T ie leu always 'known how to nvnsl themselves of conildo ioo la thi imiuediato this inteno jiosfesWon of paradl e. Mo.iam.nod blm olf never fifll.'d toomiloy it to the utmo t, end his succejix , on many a of victory have proved its poteiiey. The Mo bm ee his reward actually within hU arm's leagti. - 1I ha only to strike anl Jt Is his. If h- :H or I killed. ho is avs'iro I oc the propnot's favor, and It he dies killing he l.s doubly ciire. The lives offftip1! ir.en atu, niter nil, nut dull nrocessos. Tiie.r lanetm-'etheir ibilo onhv. provo that thjy fell this Uiem ulves. Tney life a a iirocV u pr vUl m. do not cUn? to awiy. biltnrorllv to t ii'iw It an n I of"Allah'i it. Of will bt.ion '." and there is the more practical a juct of the n. rto fact Hiat bl Toll 'ers aro danrjring to bo allowi to go to Mecca, we similar dubby hoar morj later, for in the Moslwn's croel the jierformtiice of "tho greater .)iU rimagj'' H m it eJf a pasKrt to paradie. It is etioujb to For tho i rve;it, howes-or- , have notice 1 the btrnuge liuiiotnenon of -t b-ilou-rollf1 H-r1 1 1 b.-u.- lr Ih-i- , innhdi'-procluma'- 1 have hintol at thj pathos which uti leilies It. Hero flgtitiiii the Houdan unlet- n tua tbat fs n.,w torrid, in s tho midst of a country brought to tho of fainhu bv tfire'eyoirs of war, we had n tnljitary leader calling up-- histroopi to stand by him, and to rnlly for further ef- shooting. fort wi tli tho prom I ;o of kliady trees mil cool water. Tuoy ore not to strike for country, or, for sovereign, or for Gol, but for 1'iMM cxan.ioe the Ubtl an which your name Jefreihiuz draujhts and tho unifies of tho un niU'l nil rsriult us Die njio int t u owe if lourli of hoaven. Anl this sudl 'os. ycu Ait. iu iii'ran. tory, nnd bucIi auouuealsn thoo)atter ti lUy.s of his- - nils-erlo- as a rub, get wTial they want this wayl" inquired the reporfin. " ell, tlmfti oil owing to what tbey want. As a rule, yes. Sometime) tbey might as wjll save tJielr troublo, but often they gat more than they wnnt, "I have known of a number of lnstgnrtfi whero f200 or 5J0 nnswors were receird. pn Sometimos a man will advert! for a boy (r man to take care- of n horse, oro simlllnr job tbdt anybody can do, and he'll find a regular mob at his fctcre or clllco in tbe morning. A firm out in Dakota sent In an udvortltno!it to run a few days some time ngo, calling for n sorkman of some kind, nnd in a day or tuo they wrote in to take majority. out tho nd, as they didn't want to hirea priSenator Merriman bad tho floor, wlh thu vate secretary. Then, again, semi pople jiillinited privll'gu of continuous debatu are to hard to suit. A mau here a tver-tkwr scrmltted by th j ruKs anl bo n.mJ for a ruom for rovoral weeks last to talk forever. But occaslonalf ho uprfng, and he is nt n hotel yt. . l mo in hor of the to allow "Sometimes (mart bu luess scherr.ea lie O minority to niilse a motion to adjourn, ujoc under very iiinoiuiit-loukinnfs. which the "yeas and nay' would be ordered cour-- e wo decbni nnything that j know -"- And tbo cWk will coil th rollt' to bo fraJitleiit .r objectionable in any way, Thoow.rd were the blginl for nctlon. Tio other'Tlay a yoini; nun cause In with 'Call up tbo fenatowrt crlisl Senator Ijan. an al mjmi fiat thi-j- j bull dogs uoto "Cnll up the i:iat rsi" oauie trom Sanator watite.1 nt tuo centrul fire hall by the ierrlman. "Call up Ciie ri'iiatorol" e!hojl cli.of of the fli o d par.uuut. I 'ui.'lt u rat,' Cupt. Bio'.t This Is how wa page culled nnU In recni'ideio 1. Once iu n, while a ilium. Eacaof us wjiW rub rounl throu.b sry yung fo.low will teulurau adolfer-ni- g U s company to a 'young Inly of rellnn the various r.ionia mxl give o.ia of thj.o , leeping senator a iAtl tPi bbourity-- nienc,' cr sonuthlng of. that wrt; 'object, "ViuiMinl nnyj," nA dart away to find etc. but they are promptly .n t .e . Somet.mBS a d z in pagm would rotf.ised." "I notice that a good many uls ura fob wiln .he vame enator. In fact, wo usually a i in bu all uitotttxr. lorted by privaW uddreni.'s," obssrved the py S'tith' the I'gliMtow rottMall li kefiiv ivKrtor. a good many don't like to d.rjc-tloil.nt "Ye', ciisab.r fr itn hull'nuai, ur'ti d"lhoveIil ha r airl Htepout before tLo public, ns it woro. with . their ii'inie -- r residence, and tinuonuco that giur-nlre.o:i i i; a ive-h- ji Th v iiou.d m'- - nnical.y enst tjoir they wai.t. this or that, and so wu give tbem votw, tue motion to irJj urn w all le lost, a card, with a certain letter nnd nuinlx'r, Sjuator Mornman wou.d rou ue hi ijojc1! ontit.ing them to anything for that add rets Jill the i.thev wiiator, except tho "waich--rs- " lft at the otllce. Generally, though, it is a would again vanfi!. as myr.tu'iou.ry ma. tor of bu inets p .llcy, or to auYti tbe U derick of personal application. Tuendver-tUe- r in I as uoic3sily n the soldiar-oDhu. IVhen ho had Klveu thorn time to fall 'gets the move' on them, you see. id'op. lit woiill ognii yield tba llxir to n Nearly every day homebody comes to the Ill o Inquiring for 'H iV or wuatovor It is, in ilio't to adjourn, and the porformanc thinking that it means somebody in this ivouCJ 1m rehJu:oi. olllc. If U hippoii t bj R l.V thov want room address their letters that ayj A I'usornMo Critic or, if itn 'H 8,' tney write it box S, instead N'ew yr,rt Silti.J 'I3 6.f Take it ull tiroi;u, ue of Gentl'inan (it tlw academy) I'm not llihlto simply coii.lik'rablo to smile at, and ome much of a julge of uci things myvslf. things to swaur at Kvorv day homebody Pull it, old boy. Lut I hnard a lady spoak sv.mts to b rrow our only pencil, mil une very highly of your putting tomy. folbws will b,i two full hours writing a two-lin- o el) tfjf Do you ad." Pallet (very niAcli Just then a man stepped In to advertise a now who tho huly w'i Ir-ve- r Gentlenmii k wiw ber before. l.oiisi 'convenient to nil parts of the city,' 1 She was an elderl) IMiy. quite ditiu juished nn the reporter wont his way reflecting that the want column bad booimo one of in npivnraii v, and w re a sealskin sacqua tbe uocovsltle-- i uf human existence. trlmiiml uitadark far. Pallet (very much diap)iIiitjd) That The ItuvUed YltsIoii III Kivlnml. was mother. flliool:l)n iVile.l Tho salo of tho revl'od version ot tlw OFd At h Distance. Tesfhmant In Oroat lirit.iin lmvo b?on alto(Cliftnf Tim. Tho Inst duel iu Pa is was foijgbt with gether uiU'iticedent'd. The oiiormous stock provided has baroly Iwen sufflclont for the g pistol-- , instead of foils, the tom'batanbi In tome parts of p!acd S4Vonty-fl- r feet apart. One of demands ot tbe trado, andfor insUinco suptLcounty Kdlnburgb, the most Inturontin; feiture.s of Paris dual-inrun would appear to" U the pedostrianlsm plies of most of the cditims have qitsto n tho whole machinery of pr6duo-tiowhich neeossarlly att9nds such long rnngj out, nnd Is now again in full uctlvlty. "Dij poople, hi the Senate. (Kdmund Alton in St. Nicholas.) We bad r mo menorable fillba tiring in my day. I remember ono night when a contest fn fie senate over a curtain bill culminated iu twenty hours of work! Tho majority bad durmlued that tiioy would ".it tho bill" out that night So they issembled in forw, rondy to it whenever they might se their chance. Thu nil noVvy were nlo on band. Both sjdes were nearly exhausted. As fdo bauds of tbo dock approached the hour of midnight there was fcarcoly a senator In ttoi room. remsmlor tnat S?n.it r Merriman Uvl the L-"watched1 tho innoniy. l'lllliusterlnc Uie stroojL" Businest, Xo ;rt Cure Certain and I'cruinnent. Cure, .No I'ny. Special Attention also ic Kidney ,& Bladder Troubles, OnuMllonsuule In L'alon I)rv)l, HI. Ixmli. with trains f lines glng West, NorUiwmt tni HoJIhwtI. II yosi are gMnf Writ to any lnt, call on wilts ta the uodFtslftied. For lull and reliable Ictirrasilin In rrgsrd to Land, Ac , In lb Western Ulr, JIp, (Julies and lownt ralos fur Tltktusrxl Houieboli (luoJi to all points Wl null nn or ad THROUGH TIME TABLE si. it. aimji. Via lwliTitle: I'usenger Ag'tUblo A MlMlislprl IUIIit.t. Harrodtliurt, Ky u tr nt a iinnv W. H. HIlATrUC, ; a ia I ! u V w ... iWt and (Itn'l Sian'gr, Ocn'l I'ais. j&g Lre. LosOiTllle ) . S m S SO a ui w. rAiu, tnirai rasseiijer ageni, Arr. lAfrne-...- .. .... I 8 JO p in I 8 0" a ui ClDilnnatl. Ohio " CIWfMj'i Via Cincinnati; tia-rl- lri I s.-- i raiiclunttTn. Given lo Chron- r.y.SW..SK H 17 SO w I t j V '" LB J. li jvt- - tir''iei'tMuB'uir- r -l pro-pa- 1 .)a-e- ni,tr g lie sure your tlcke ti As well a i all DlHMMSfecuIlar to Women. B3CONON frw IS, can hercn-ultc- d Charges mod rate ai his offive nt all of harseaiid will be lou-i- l It Is the qnkliMl. I he le.t (b. X. A. A C U'y) tluiea I I tue next ttiree luctos wdJUMt direct hue to rhlraRO and xlots InUieNorlhweit. Br permtislon he raf'ts to the S Jrffii!' J. S Ilisl-- r. ' I.h. .' ,',,ll11,r?1t!' "" ; TloWWsv-t- a the Stanford. Ky;J'ls-e- t -For wsi'i nJ ' llckvi . mainor- -, Ulin o . t, I) (n P. leBiI'le.Jnnn II ; II Ky ; lt- - J- - A Bag!.- - Ilu fnTl ""tvMS.'luTuWIS i I' A.CHIcs. ; Hiln o'i.Unes-- 1 r ky fcJ I hoj Mitt'sn, J A J O'KEIubV.i' : J Klskf-wlllC ('iirbiiuu , MrKln. J., caon. llryait.Tl.l. Ky.J 1'. l ' Ulinoii Ky , C J r J H.wtlm A Mc'liunls, i. liiWl.l! UUIm. K (ir.en Ky ; O "oU.n, ! U J Mi ' M C i..u mte, liarrol'bur; read sla the lr ROUTE, "ith.e-UniHICoii((.M Shortest and Quickest Routo from Ooa tral Kentucky to all Points North, East, West and 8outhwest. Fast Line Ht.twr.ii lol.lns r brk'l, Ti LKXIXGTOV & UIVCI.V.V.VT1 Hi CQrct rlil Ut' rte. May 10, i 1SS.V 4 H00tlS-lOt'N- Sob, Kt Mm. No. Ko. Fx A.L"iHi!l. lully riun. p in pm p iu p ta i.,C Hins, l ,; '.TMEOTHEB'S TIM I.re. Corlnton Arr I'arla. ' Itlngiou -- VEElLIiY FRIEMI lnliia'i!e otlt re, I'urls . Arr Winchester .. " i'Jehinond ,. .. I . S III a in 3 1 iui I M) I'l "5 a jill. i IS, put . 0 .1 V ' p n 4t 6 M 'h Ii H a u IU il'vlu .1 Ot i: pni II no iu C in " lsni Hsuvr " ItOW.ilud .... ... i so put, 5 IJl 3 i pol pm prr 7 pul l.te, lllclnii inl,.. Arr. lWrui - l pr.pa- l.lrlu.'stfui... ." p ui (Warn1 No. II NO. : j o pni nuiu-enicn- m Wftre Terror l;,': 'WZ.WlXlla liiMiliual'U V SJoarji-lJoUH- Ko. t , 1? HO UlOre raitl! i'i c-- c Nq WoreDanoer W'XK iTilKhWi -r- -to ens tin' !lm'f aul Arr. Kichibiind . I(jii the lutelislly id lite, it iw anl . Ulxir ' iiiprilf It r hilW loI It)" world it mi 'b I. to. mlr alwrl- - " llrre l.triiit-tum.- , .. .. 10 11 7 -. i 0 a iu 22 an, 15 a ml j -- Interior Journal STAKl'OKD, KV ! MottouOhild. vf tie Dnad cf Air 'tlchcuin .1., ,.r In llfM Of IniL'4 I.ve Klchinond ., mother ami rhl d. ami Arr. Wlneheiter. ltMies the iiiiiiher in a Arr Parla nindltloii hlishly (sto'i rrojsery. I,T(T tiOtlrKton We lo siii-u- li.nenur I . IS a in a M a iu' ,ll Oi a in . W- - P. WALTON, Pro'r. rriry IuTufday uf nl ric Friday at tbe Motlierhood IVitr.iiro wid to I. puhlshid nVO I)OIJ..41t I'l WAl VEAK. HOPE ' I aLUCLS.Sh c.urt) Im umUrii'ivl that we imh in), pulillsh lertlllc.tn ,.,..rl,lllJ lllliU)IM.V nasi', It will oi oUi.r lucldel.t lollngerligai.il IIlY,jVII.Li: psliilul 'aUir. Its tru-.- r wondirlul rlilMcy In lhlsrfip.'t entitles tho Mnillhlt'd FlllKNntO he I .. nni, fil llie lift anl-.- . spring apidUiitei glyen in th world l.y the ills- - I.re Cotlniton-- ., " Lexington. ciTcrics ol uiodirn as I " I'arla the nature nl th Arr Ma,srl- From KoaTII-ltOL'MD , POl'TII-Rill'-N- tlollm, ontii lions a (I lU.mlugayinptoL'w Arr. Oorlnstou Pirls a iu I ;r p in a m i V n in . us a in 3 18am . .. 7 . a ml a p in a KOpin S IS a iu ft ... it p in 3 .ill pm ... 11.V a in 6 uo p ml C 85 pm fl (l ) 7 (M H IIUAM'U. Ex. dun. Dallr l)llr K. Kun. 1 00 p m 4 ft." 11 ir. 723 aiii .u a in i" so a in o IS 7 &u p ta No. r,y i Kn. tj IMIIr Dsllr Kx. Hun I'.x -- . pin Noutly and Cheaply Fsocuttd. ,1 Qraud And ouibiiaalioi) JOURNAL tht I THE INTERIOrT o ilivllle Weekly Courier-Jouniu- l. ... 8 10 a in 3 1.1 pin Arr I'.irU " Ixlnston.. ... ma m ( 10 pm i. f inch inlliui'illals on WI0 .. II M in f! on pin Iti.e, and no moih r who ...rr. ..i. I...: cu use. i. " nas Nokk Train 3 aed 4 hk il.illy hitweeu Win. lie without it in S .ilyri t,r g ikentcr lxiiMton and Corlbglon; other t.alnr ihei .uue of trouble aredslly exiept Sunilnf. Train No I runs tla lxlnston and I'arla, and iininrijiiit phyil'lati la'ily reuuik'd to the A imh. rot via IV'IneheMiranl Paris. eto i.u.e n,or Jitail7lilt w.re adm..ih Muilier'a Iiltbd Direct conn c l Ion is re uiivleat Winchester srlth the lie Uehtter. we ruelre, ClifsarHike . Odin for Mt StrrHuiJ. Akhluud, wuUfrf1)ll""J'"'0Mi,"!",8rlie,, Iluntlnstop, Charleston, W, Vu., and Kistirn tit-l- e "C-liiittin SOT in. llliMit EASE w undli the .rMUhJ.rnrry. I.vh Maysrllle..., 1 41 a ui I CO p in lo-m- -i g p'pers lor llllle One year for only 8!l-t- wo more than the price ol uue. l, tnh eSiSVilto dl'llV fcecnl ,A'0H1 1-W- l ns entr"! "vry Moth - feniaU eipsc'lna C.uiil.d r'. HU.id By payliin n 5 yu 1V" tfKi ,Te '" cm. "?' tui yuurhMae pajHr wli'i tbe Ciurur-Juiirwiof the soulb, reilrvstHiallrs in only, and th Ut, u tarllt lor refouue weealy In WILL YOU gUr'KER with I)yi).l.i and hit-e- r trUhtast and abltst family to txuiulnethe Unltid inrupli states. Tho wnu iilrr Complaint' feslljh'i Viltxtr Is uiraiileed to o"- - of cau dosoatthli irtu Courler-Jt'iiir'ho For salebe Peiny A McAllitei. uieyoa diinucrat-ICBEd.ft- AtlMta, . ir on"'Tl7ilth and IlafplBeMof lu OK-- KMSULat-- K 0o .VIMU. Oa. ' iVjreali'ly ' Wl' l. hf,-'''r- t Fast hlii; Kns. S and 4 run via Wlni hotter. Polld TimIiii", wild riillu)aii 'f)Ir' hetweca Cinoinnail and Itlvhuiond, Va , aid Wtnehc tei and U'mMukUi'', li C. Thmiiuh Hckeli and g;& cheeked In any t lti.it Ion r ached hj s milrsKtd, e. v n. moiim:, w. ii. wmrrLtwEY. Aueiit. Trav. 1'jm Agout. CovltKioii, Ky, Iiitlnctou. Ry C.W.MITII, II. W. KUM.KI! ', Henerjl Manager. Ht-j rr Pasnir !,. -