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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885082101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi VeeUii ntefio & VOL. XIV. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. jS? imfiial NO. 49. a STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. 1885. W. F. Bran sold this week to Tho. K. Lancaster. navlne sold my business I wish to Wood 75 head of good cattle, fifty at $5 per The young men are endenvorine to close accounts at ence. All persons know-Ids- ; College of Philosophy, Letters and Science, Richmond, Ky. futtltthcil Tucattau nml Frtdav hundred and twenty-fiv- e at , organize a company of State Guards, theui'elv. indebted to me will pleaee Mrs. V K. Hobbs, who had long been Robert Kinnaird bought of Mrs. W. D. come forward and settle without del.y ttU.OO I'HSll ANNUM NEXT SESSION OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2, 1885. a sufferer from consumption, died Sunday Hopper one lot on Lexington street for My businefs must be closed. J. M. Cook. w 6.0 paid strictly la advance. Mr James Adams, of Montgomery, It we ht. to morning and wan burled Monday. Her 000. He will build at once. ADVAMAE8.-- A Full Faculty cl able and experienced husband and several little children survive John T. Breedlote and Miss Mary Aln is beginning to look longingly towards Study and Ihorouzh Instruction. Comnletenen nf hnll.llnm imlInstructors. Comprehensive coarse o watt any tluiB. 93.00 will U CharMd. .ntitn, Mclal Influences The community Is distinguished for Its tetfned culture and ho.pltallty and her. Stewart, bjth of Garrard, were married in Li Southern bouje. He speaks of taking Touneinenrlnd homes in tha REST fimtllM. Nnt a K.lnnn In ii,. rn Mr. Morton Crow has just received a the Clerk's office ThursJay moruiug, Eld our L. B. Adsuis and family with llealtlirulness of W. P. WALTON. him and all malarial Influences. Location: Richmond Is at an elevation of 1,000 leet above the sea and frea fron picture of his father, Mr. Eli Crow, of W, I. Fowie tying the knot ACCeMlllllltV! Richmond Is thn cljrat1llf al rorflro nt th Kioto planting them nearer the tquator. Such n -", i.u& " ill) i til .r tl, "" r.r ,u. ntrtr-.'.i is .i.i.i. a few nuu i Cincinnati, Knoxvllle and Chattanooga Jesamlno county, eged 03 years. The The Teachers' Institute, under the su- such an exodus would fust about decimate wt.nwu cg.iu txpen sesi Board In hours by rail of Louisville.lighted by gas and moderate the New Memorial Hall, heated by steam ai HALLS CAP. LINCOLN COUNTY. first named gentleman is past his 05th pervision of Prof. W. C. Griustead,of Boyle our population and ought to be vigorously elegant, couiforable iome-1- 12 50 per annum, and In the best families from SJ to J4 per week. ToU. necessary expenses lor the ten months, irom 5130 to SIA county, is in sesion at the Presbyterian resisted. For full information and catalogue, apply to Eld. V. T, Corn ha been preaching year. L.MI.IILAXTOX, D. D. Chancellor . There will be a grand the, ... f ,. For Sale or Rent. A desirable for s few eTentag at Mt. Moriah. beautiful grove near Junction City Thurs- farm containing about 110 acres, all in culare in attendance Prof. J. Beatr'i theatrical show of day of next week, the proceeds to be used Garrard county melon raisers pitch tivation, situated on the Hustonviile and fcst. Loula, in billed to appear here Monday . for the benefit of the Catholic church of patches and watch and LlbertT turnpike road, joining the limits ot . tents night, An. 21 j ' , ,, that place. , , . v,,.r the former place, which we will offer to the An awociation will be held by the . The Junction City Herald, published liiptlit brethren at Point Pleasant, near by Wm. B. Hansford, made Its appearance meloncholy occasion is this when a fellow highest bidder on Tuesday, the 1st day of September, 18S5, between the hours of 10 cantelope with such lucious fruit! Highland, comaieaoinfSipt. lit and this morning. It is independent in poliMiss Bertie Collier left Wednesday to and 12 on tnepremiees. several Jar If we do not sell tics and promises to be the live exponent visit Miss Nannie McNew, at Carlisle. Miss said farm we will rent to the highest and RinJill AJtuis killed a large rattlo of n wide awake people. Judith Rogers, of Covington, is the guest of beat bidder. For particulars call on John naake near Mr Uea. KmeU' Saturday This is the 21 day of tho colored Fair length and Mrs. B. M. Burdett. Miss Anna C. Frazee, Ellis, at Hustonviile. Terms made known that niiiiured fully fire f3t in and still the great crowds have not begun of Maysville, is visiting Miss Lida Jen- on day of sale. We will also effer at the judging from the number of his rattles he to roll in. The Baptist Association which IN nings. Miss Kate Walden is visiting friends same time and place, two brood mares and tnuat hare been at lent 15 years old. was in cejon all last week seems to have Drugs, Chi- - two Wall Paper, Wines, In Madison county. Geo. T. Mason, a mules. John Ellis, NaoMusical Mr. and Mrs. Gran 0. Duncan, of exhausted the enthusiasm of the brethren. Cheuilralg, JUOOKH, Liquor mi Cooper, Mary M. Ellis. IustruemenU, Wayne ounty, ars spending a few daya caeo dude, is visiting his parents here, (49 3t) The talr Association came out the' Stationery, Paints, Clears. A'OCKCl Permit me to congratulate the editor mf Mr. W. J. Kinnaird of this place, has with the family of Mr M F. Herring. biggest en Oils, xouaccos, Cutlery, a thousand dollars ., on his escape ,., , , , , .. . i . from the abysmal depths of coma-eas a Miss Nannie Oerstreet, a pretty and highPerfumery, Fire Arms, Machin tbli year. It is thought that instead of de ODtatntu position cierc in toe Mutual Fire Insurance Co., of Louis trie Mammoth Cave. His meditations while ly accomplished young lady of Jessamine fvlavfnr elf vtrlanil tliaa imnnnl 1st Ml Vim Maasl Onr Jewelry, Silverware and Optical Goods Department Is iu Charge or Col. yille, and will leave Sept. 1st., to take in the maw of that mimic aheol seem to county, U rlsiting her sister, Mrs. N. V. for mtking Thos. Wchards, who will Repair ft'atches and Clocks promptly and la the boat ronie nreded Improvements to, , " U a b",,y h7 ,aD,d have soothed his fiery spirit, while he is style ot lt; Hid. Stephen Collier, of Hszel t Bampson. the grounds. , irtVIlUQ IU l43UUB3ICi &CI$lCt iW evidently disposed to appreciate more than Patch, was here Ut Saturday and Sunday Mr. Frank L, Shipman has opened the U1S UJ&UJ give him up. Gen. W. J. Landram now formerly a habitation on the outeide of the able and interest- finest saloon and delivered three very in Central Kentucky at the ing sermons. Mr. C. K. Hale, of Somerset, Tribble house in Junction City. He occu- has his law office in the old Masonic Lodge great green globe. Jonah's historic three building. Dr. W S. O'Neal's office will days and nights amid the digestive appa-ratu- s is Tisiting friends here. pies the rooms formerly occupied by Mr. J. of the whale was tame and unevent- Burdett A Hubble. H. Belk and has refitted and adorned them be with AFTER THE BIO SHOW. The rape ca?e reported from Lower mi wnen compared with a sojourn in the in the most tasteful manner. I have received and still receiving have amounted to but etygian regions of the M. C. where day The Proof of tho Pudding Is the Eating. Mr.W. E Grubbs, of Junction City, Garrard seems to nas never dawned and night is simply eter We are informed by prominent As our readers are no doubt aware, the will step Into Capt. D. A. Murphy's slices little. nal. 1 be scene is terrific even when re Sells Brothers' Enormous Railroad Shows, as superintendent of the public building at farmers of that vicinity that the man to aay nothing of the afiair lieved by its ever changing grandeur and amusement en Franfort about the 21th inst. Mr. Grtibbs, now all united into one vast Comprising the best In the market, which will be if he was paid $30. On being refused this beauty. The sense of lonelinees is overterprise, the largest In the world, will is a practical builder and an experienced without fall, at Stanford on Wednes architect and will no doubt fill the duties of amount he came to town last Saturday and whelming, even when a band of loving and Gotten Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Nono in City or Country. a u"1 " HAtaHf a 1h a.Ail nl T1I trusted friends is near and merry voices are day, Sep. 2. Giro Mo a Trial. 7" his new position acceptably to all concern- 7. I Caldwell and J. H. Hyatt charging them from a thousand caverns. The It is true that all the praise we ejf While -- Uncle Billy Hulett got hold of a half with rape. The deputy sheriffs were un- - suggestive barrenness of the soil is appall-inmight bestow upon the big show would be even when we know that dollar some how or other and gave it to able to find the boys and it is supposed be super tluous, still e can not refrain from hampers from the upper world are awaiting by all odds the best show his uncle, Jimmy Cowan, and told him to tbey have gone West. saying that it is our attack. The subterranean rivers, risLEE F. HUFFMAN, in creation, and supplementing the remark go and get some whisky, and it was sub- Sie Caught Him. ing at once from nowhere, gliding gloomily with a notice clipped from the Kansas City qtieni to this that Uncle Louis Faulconer 8TANF0BD, KY. gUfpecled that her hua. A cerU,n Mj Ofice Sonth side Main Street, two doors above was jerked up and fined, oh, ever so much baJ(l Journal of recent date Ilnre it ir: the habu of kMag the cookf without a ripple flashing in the sunlight, the Myera Hotel; WM -- L.VIwithout contributing an ounce of power to Fare Nitrons Oxide Gas administers! when re- ;i o.4 v money, am, ... ,me imie i.mo meat. sells' CIKCC8 a preltrGermw BW, by the by, and re- quired. a goes 10 In the equestrian ring every act was ol w.e pasture arm im After machinery, a cent of profit to commerce cr iTed t0 detect him in the act. STANFORD, KY., DB. W. B. FENNY, ... ..... ..... .h. ,...rJ h:m come a feature of beauty to any living landscape, the best. The fearless bareback riding of every Iriday and the everlasting bae ball . .,.., Represents the Best and most PromptPaylng Com then disappearing into an unnoetic hole in panlesandhls rates are very low. Give him t Don Jerenlmo Bell was admired and ap- games go on every day. In one evening and gently pa?3 through in rrrrrtDJ- - STANFORD, KENTUCKY. call. fj.ttl The clay pigeon tournament, under the to the kitchen. Now Katie wo4 out that the ground are sad exhibitions of a reckdashstreet, next door to Intb- plauded; no more, however, than the Office on Lancaster less waste of raw material. And then the riob Jocrnal office. Office hours from 3 to 12 a. B, ing and intrepid lady bareback rider, M'lie management of Messrs. R. G. Evans and evening and the kitchen was dark. Barn v. and 1 to 5 r. u. Anesthetics administered when . 1 L ..I Ti.i1?-- . !. .) Cordona, who carried the audience by I x auiiiis in 10 mifce luite iiruny, aiuudk.i ith :..A,.av the wife took some reflection that the waters might rise cr necessary. the roof fall in or the bottom fall out, with the marksmen already in town are "- storm. Her balloon jumpiug act certainly I will deliver Ics to regular customers In Stanford mstchei in her hind, and hastily placing ami vicinnv every moraing at ' ber shawl over her head as Katie often did the doubt whether we may not have rashstamps her as a leader and at the head as a ,,,;-.,,- : L ,, , . . . . ana j umoo iiugue, , . female bareback rider. M'lie Maretta, on u e, u. . UHC (he bacfc doQr ly placed ourselves beyond the limits as- A Desirable Farm Containing about 100 ONE CENT PER POUND j.., Accounts due at the cloio ot each month, or the aerial rirg, displayed both nerve and of Homersel, John tt ortcoek and JJIck jmmeJialelr geized and em signed for providential aid all conspire to wgg Acres of Good Land, r. x n.iiips, braced and klsed in the most ardent man force up memories of bygone life which Nearly all ln'mltlvatlon, situated on the Stanford when customer quits. it. .. ji.iicicutr. was iiurnsiue, oi inncoier, auu skill, and the applause she received are not always cheerful. We are all glad and Lanoaster turnpike road, about 2 miles irom well merited, The brother acts were well II. G. Sandifer, R. G. Evans and Wm. ner. With her heart almost bursting with iCMter, Ky. Well improved. (Mil be sold of Boyle county. you got out nrtratelr. Any one in need ot such a Farm can executed, and the bicycling by the Stlrk rmna unit S.alnnav lS Ininrpd wife nrenared get the particulars by callins on J. Potter on the MAMMOTH Mies Lottie and Maggie Campbell, rnllllkA , vpr ,.:,k. e famllv was well worth the price of admis"For years," says Gen. Tombs, puce or adureasing tne unuersignea at uuuerta county, Ky. Creek,;LIncoln at Bell Seminary, and Miss Mary sion. Tae dog circus was the best ever ex teachers ful spoue. Tearing herself from his em- "my dear wife was my constant friend, AMERICA'S GREATEST WONDER Engle-maCflm Agent lor Ii. 11. smith's Uelrs. hibltcd, and the tumbling was far above Engleman, daughter of Mr. J. II. and stood face to companion and adviser. We traveled four brace, she struck a match Write for club rates and get 10 or mora of your have returned from a visit to New the ordinary. The only unsatisfactory feafriends to visit this Interesting Cave. Season with Katie's beau, oue of the factory boys. continents of the world together and visit-e- d A.T many islands of the seas. Now she is tickets to Cave free to summer boarders. The ture to what might otherwise have been a York and other eastern cities. Miss Ag Her husband sajahis wife has never treat- waiting for coolest summer resort known. Tharmometer iG me, with the same sweet faith degrees at the mouth of cave. A good band In atlaudable exhibition was that of giv. ue Stmuel left Wednesday on a visit to ed him so well since the first month they she so well illustrated here." most tendance. of her cousin, Mr. Borden, of , ing all the best acts In the ring to the left the family IT. C. CO.VSTOCK, were married as she has for the past week. OrrosiTK Couar-HousBucklen's Arnica Salve. Lewee Mammoth Cave Hotel, Somerset. Mrs. Bettie Beddow has returnbeof the dressing room entrance. There Huston Age. Cave City Ky. THE BE3T SALVE in the world for Cuts, DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY, ed from a visit to her niece, Mrs. Ellen ing personi present, 7,000 of them Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Ferer Sores, of Richmond. Mrs. M. E. Moore, Rabbit Eyes in Demand. An ingen- Tetter. Chipped Uandi, Chilblains, Corns and all Meals are served at all hours. Game always on were at the wrong end at the time, and a Smith, fish, and Mrs. J. K.Sumrall and daughter and Mr. ious French physician, Dr. Chabret, ie eaid Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no hand and In Its season,Inoysters fresh and on simlarge number of the audience manifested all styles short ilar delicacies served Lawson Sumrall have returned from a to have performed a surgical operation pay required. It Is gumnteel to g'.ve parfect aat notice. Lookout for the sign ''Woodbine HesUu-rantheir dissatisfaction by retiring before the and call when you are hungry. of a very astonishing character indeed. He IsUctlon, or money retunded. Price 23 cents per It is to be uicnth'd sojourn at Atlantic City. conclusion of the F. ?r. JI.lSOMiEIJIEIl A CO., boi. For saleby Penny A McAUster. removed the eye of a girl, and replaced it Danville, Ky. -flftomsviiti.HtwAiBmtCHiMsoTiTTia hoped that Messrs. Sells will to some exSELLS BROTHERS' BIG CIRCUS An Answer Wanted. with one taken from a live rabbit. The tent, at least, remedy this the only defect of Can any one bring us a rase of Kidney or Liver PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSIC, Ac Something About the Big Circus. rabbit's eye is eaid to be an excellent subThrough Coaches and Pullman the show. Upon the whole the Sells BrothIn the circus proper there are 200 first-cla- fs stitute, and quite as serviceable as its pre- Complaint that Electric Bitters will not speedily Stooping Cars may well congratulate themselves upon ers cure Vt'e say they can not, as thousands ot cases We are agents for the old and reliable John From star performers, giving unequalcd per- decessor. This diicavery is likely to make already permanently cured and who Piare dally Church Co., of Cincinnati. Ohio, for the sale ofand presenting to tho public on of tho very Musical Instruments formances in four great circus rings, nix a small stir in the fashionable as well as recommending Electric Bitters, wl'.r prove, anos, Organs, Automaticin Lincoln and Garrard Louisville lo Chicago, Musics! Merchandise hist circuses now on the road, and the pub- nets one at time, occupying, simultaneous- the scientific world. Numbers of the lower 1) right's Dlscaic, Dlabttcs, Weak Back or any uri counties, Kentucky. Jlniithlll 1'ttumvntn lic may be aitured that they will never be nary complaint quickly cured. They purify the received until paid for. 'i'ie best Htumlaril Cluciuiiiitt to CIiIciiko, Foremost animals are sifted by naturo with much ly the earth, air and saddle wm. KnabeA. Co., Ha;l:ou Iiros., defrauded of a cent or ever regret havblood, regulate the bowels and act directly on the makers', Decker a eon, Lverett ana riw England rianos, among these nrtista may be mentioned Wm, more beautiful eyes than the majority cf diseased parts. Every bottle guaranteed. Iiuiiiiimpolis to Chicago. For sale either upright or square. In Organs, the following patronized this meritorious entertaining Sells, the world's champion bareback rider; womankind, eo that Dr. Chabret will doubt at 5Cc a bottle by P.nny A McAlliter. makers: Clough A Warren, Jchn ment. Church a Co. and the Sterling, with tto patent THROUGH TIME TABLE M'll Adelaide Cjrdona, tho female cham-- leas bo able to amaos a considerable fortune Chime, Jlcllti Attachment, An Enterprisirg. Reliable House. Now that this danger pion barebnek artiste, Miss Ada Purvis, A Flux Cuiie. The Celcxtvon, an Automatic Musical InVia Louisville: by removing the cvci of any fair client Penny A McAUster can always be relied upon strument, toe most perfect in the world. out disease is eo prevalent, the following Miss Mildred Gardner, Senor Don Jere. who is dissatisfied with her peraoual Illustrated catalogues sunt Irco to all who apply, not only to carry In stock the lost of everything, also 7 45 a m '7 4U p m tho best references from those who bavo Lve. Louisville remedy attested by a mau of 70 Tears' ex Mr. Frank II. Gardner, and several tractions and substituting for them tboro of but to secure the Agency of such articles as hare bought nnd tried any of the obovo musical instruI 3 30 p m I S 20 a m Arr. Lafayette perience who cays It never falls, may be of other bareback celebrities, tho greatest of dogs, horses or cows. us ut Stanford, Ky. 20 p in 800 a m Chicago " well known merit and are popular with the jioo ments. Address S. it. A L. J. COOK. pie, thereby sustaining the reputation ol being al of castor oil the great. M'lie Maretta, the queen of the value: Tako a uhle-pooVia Cincinnati: nobleways enterprising and eur reliable. Having sc In the gardens of a with eighteen or twenty drops of laudanum Hying ring; the Stlrk family, Europe's cured the Agency for the celtbrated Dr. King's Lve. Cincinnati Ireland it? 30 a m fS tlpin In tho oil, and proportion down for child greatest bicyclists, and nearly 200 other ar man's county seat in the south of I 12 45 p in 11 20 p m BT. " Indianapolis New Discovery lor Consumption, will sell It on a set up in different 8 20 p m I Cilam Arr. Chicago ren according to aje, and then get deep red tiets of nearly equal note, from the moat painted boards were positive guarantee. It will surely cure any and with this re- every atlecllon of Throat, Lungs Rnd Chest, nnd to Daily. fDally except Sunday. corn, parch as you would coflee, put It into celebrated arenas of Europe and America. parts of the pleasure grounds Only Lino via quest: "Please do not pull any llowers show our confidence, wo Invite you to call and get Be sure your tickets read via the a pitcher or vexrel large enough; pour cold The Sells' chows are ten times larger, ten a Trial ltottlo l ree. water to it; wheu steeped enough drink times greater and ten times better than any j to Cheer Up! Help is at Hand MONON pased that way, ana at .ill freely. Let other water alone and live other show that you have ever ecen. It. t cal 'loker j "I am afraid I shall luvo to bo taken to tho hos Baltimore, Philadelphia and New (L. N. A. A C. R'y) as it is the quickest, the best breau added an . to the last word on all light. There is little or no virtue in white would require twelve hours' time for a one-- 1 . . ,. . and most direct line to Chicago and points nt ,.L,r puai orio mo poor uouso. i unve been sice so York City, in the Northwest. corn. This remedy, if taken when tic ills ring circus to give the same number of acts long that my husband, (,'ood and patient as ho u, with runouau the cause was dis- can)t stand the worry and expense much longer." Tickets via the Monon P.oute on sale at all printhings pleasant until first appeirs, will cure any case of to be seen at the big four-rin- g eve show. The cipal ticket offices. For rates, maps and lull In tourists and strange visitors ho you wont, dear wlri and mother, Seo what formation, address Calomel is big quadruple has more first-cla- ns hours. llux in forty-eigh- t artists coveredfor Only Line via WM. S. 1IALDWIN, O. P. A., Culcijo. Parker's Tonlo will do for you. Plenty women as passicn for floral poison to llux, and should nevur be taken than some dhows have people all told, more who cherished a latent A. JO'UEILLV, Q. S. A., Loalsville. badl oil as you are havu been rescued almost from Richmond, Old Polut Comfort (Hygelo unless in a very protracted case, and then elephants than some shows have horses, gems. the grave by It. It will build you up, curing all Hotel) ami hewport XoiTS, SJ li I liken kllments of the stonacb, liver and kidneys, and Is MiNNEAroLW, Minn., Jan. 21. 1SS5. only to a very limited extent. tt.it clut more camels than some shows have horses, tl'.'!.. ..' nt thlu4 simple, pleasant and sata In connection with Old Dominion Steamships t o Car. Id ime.li.in ef inhis gtrest My ton sent me a bottle of "Famosa Tooth i .s i. llUitw rl TO S I1AY.V It may be an advantage whero much and its large city of tents is as large as Wash'' which I now unhesitatingly recomUull, "Hough on lists" clears out rals and mlco. 15c rOctrtatrvtl sol i ikp::vproj. twenty old time circuses. CkUMSiriauu. "Rough on Corns'' for Corns and Bunions. Ifc. wheat is to be sown to bow two varieties, f hti. in the Urii o HrJo.Irtrihj It is oming on its own great trains of mend as a most excellent article. I find Thin people, "Wells' Health Renewer" restores il one that ripens early, and the other some (hp ilia .rvtl new rtak,. And Merchants aud Miners Steamship Lino to llTMJ ClisUiI Co. lesJinjUU-nuuen by its own imwerful locomo- i from personal experience that it whitens health and vigor, currs dyspepsia, Ac. 1, variety which ripens later, so that the bar earn, drawn Cinotnnitl.a ..rrht oildom.II, Pa, "P.ough on Toothuche" gives Instant relief, l.to. beautifully with the best reeults U. SMI I tives, and the Big Show will surely unfold the teeth Ohio. voUing may not be crowded by too much utnixi. Ladles who would retain frosbnessand vivacity, Sol! by DtufUa. Through Trains frtru Wlnchesler, Ky., to its world of wonderland at Stanford on upou the enamel and gums. A careful ex- don't fall to try "Wells' Health Renewer." l'ri..l.dD, wheat demandiug attention at ono time. amination failed to show any deleterious Wednesday, Sep. 2 Don't fail to see it. "Uuchu-pallia,- " great kidney and urinary emu. KANAWHA PALLS, VUIO nnnCD maytiofoundonninat Oco.r.lUvll & Co- Ncnauaper ;AdII. M. Reid, The young cittle that are to bo fed out ingredient. Rjspectfully, Files, roaches, ants, rats, mlco cleared WHITE SULPHUR SPHING3 Trtke n slip of paper and place thereon the next wintor Bhould bo put in tho very Minn. State Dental Society. out by "Rough on Hats." ISc. cuntrueu imrimmailororlt IN NEW VOItli. President "Rough on Coughs," troches, 15c; llijuld, 25c. And other Famous Virginia tarings and Pleasure best condition before winter Rets in. This tho figures of your age in years, dropping Prepared only by Famosa Chemical Co., iiosons. For children, slow In development, puny and will uiiiko the fattening much more easily the months, weeks and days. Multiply Louisville. For bjIo by M. L. Bourne, Iluutlng, Fishing, Railing and all kinds of delicate, use "Wells' Health Ucnower." tor the tourist, invalid or sportsman. and cheaply accomplished, and the rattle the sum by two; then add to the result ob- Stanford. "Rough on Dentist" Tooth Powder. Try It, 16c. This lice runs through the Alleghany Moun- s tained the figures 3.7CS; add two and then will make a much larger growth. Nervous Weakness, Dyspepsia, Ecxual Debility talus, on tnouiuisoi rivers ana The largest Htones ever used in construccured by "Wells' Health Rentwer." SI. divide br two. Subtract from the result tion aro said to be in the temples of Baal-beNt a Si'ngw Cray Hair. Mother Swan'a Worm Syrup, for feurfobness, THE SEA SIIOlCi:. obtained the number of your years on beautiful, all but her skin ; may laugU and think uio n tain thing," "You Observation Cars on Day Trains. Regular near Damascus, an ancient city now in worms, constipation; tasteless. 25c, tickets good for and all can lie comto a friend earth and see if you will not obtain figures writes Mrs. J, H. C, of Ban Frauclsco, Stinging, Irrltatlou, nil Kidney and Urinary ruins. Some of these Btones aro over sixty and nobody has ever told bined without extra expenso. Fir full informa"Iluchu-palba.Sharpsville In thlsclty, "butl havonotagray hair In my you will not likely to forget. CI. tion, rates at Hotels, analysis r.f feet long Bnd weigh hundreds of Ion, yet complaints cured by chills, " head, and yet (sad to say) I aui flflr and a day. Advertieer malaria, dyspepsia, Pullman Sleeping Car space. Tickets. Ac. tall on her how 'easy it is to put Kllit sweats, fever, or address were drawn into place upon rollers by cured by "Wells' Health Renewer." ltecently wy hair was not only quite gray but . . beauty on the skin. Beauty w, ii wiimxfcstt, v. a. MciionERTS, An explosion of gunpowder in a house sheer human muscle. Armies of men pullIn quite thin, too. Parker's Halr.lulsani-uia- ao My husband (writes a lady) Ii three times tha Ticket Asent, Tiav. Passenger Agt. wonders lor wo. Try It at Little Cal I Ion, La , remlted in the death ed together under tho laah. The building mau since mliig "Wells' Health Rontwer." tl. on the skin is Magnolia Now York, Ithlnk-d- ld Loulivllle, Ky. Stanford, Ky II. W. I'l'llEB, If you bavo occasion. It really doe what I sjy of Mrs Eaiilo Lirette and tbreo children, If you aro falling, broken, worn out and ne" C. W. SMITH. consumed the Balm. required a generation, and Gen'l Psss'r Ag'l. (ton'l Manager, vous, uso" Wells' Health Rouewer." II. and rotorcs the color also." Not a dre, not ttlchcinwt. VlrjlnU. two other children papulation of a province and the wealth of Trevalenco of Sidney complaint In Amerlrs; greasy, highly pctfutnul. Only reliable 50 rent while the husband and D. U. EPWAKD5, complete cure. tl. were badly iniured. .Gen'I Western J'ass'&gvrAprCt. Cincinnati, O. dressing. an empire. CENTRAL UNIVERSITY. ... ..i.. ,;:"' " ,... '.....,. M'ROBERTS, DEALEUS ' con-tinui- & STAGG, Opera House Block, Snap, Stanford, Ky.. ii ii m fteedle. I "' "8"D '. H. C. RUPLEY! NEW GOODSSPRING&SUMMEK ... ""' ' g well-fille- d BURGEON DENTIST, FIRE INSURANCE. ity-uir- " " Dentist, J-- 1151-lyr- ICE! ICE! ICE! iv-- u i. ( Van-arsda- ll, ,...,.;,,,, fifty-thre- CAVE! n, Masonlieimer's Restaurant K m .., t" n 1 37-l- well-know- I I w"".""e nlu'LT V... ., WASHINGTON, ROUTE, Pullman Gars. ' BOSTON. - bed-bug- s, xcrnil-natts- oa e, Many a Lady-i- first-cla- ss atop-ov- fU0Ou ny." He got a lot of them for his very comical Impudence. The customs officers sometimes annoy passengers, returning Sail Across tho Bay of Naplos ana from Capri, by demanding duty on a surDEALER lit August 21, Stanford, Ky., plus of their purchases on the island and a Visit to Capri. steamer. But Bro. .N. was up to it an. Ilnrdwnrc, NadillcR, NIioch, Groccrlcfl, Ilorso When thev demanded duty on a lot of ALWAT.N 1'KAISINCI THE LOUD. lticciirmnre, BuRgy NhIIh, Iron, do eo. He Las made few, it any, mistakes W. P. "WAIiTON. thinga he waa carrying for the ladies and Cane MIIIh, HnrnefM, HtiRffV WIiccIh, glove, yet, and if he perseveres as he has begun, 'PnosrEcrr Point." Landoch. N. India, 1 I "- would not listen to his explanation, he SpoltcH, Cider JjIIUn, Lap Cover, July 4th, 1885. GrntcH. will be an excellent one. his administration quietly stepped bck, distribated the ar Htouewnrc, Corn ShoIIcru, Collars, For o!d hird, hore eene commend us HJAnotber instalment of Khun, Some of the newspapers are publishing ticlea among us, so that each had what the iIwsjb to the old daQert who edit the Nxri.ES, Feb. 20, '35 To day, we Louisville Times Tatj aay: "A corres- long articles about why Grant did not acto Capri, and a lovelier day for the law allowed to be landed duty free; passed Oliver Chiliad, Champion Stool and Brinley Combined Flows, Wooden and pondent of tbe Oweneboro Inquirer writing cept a third nomination. Toe reason can trip could hardly have been imagined. examination unscthed and left the offiCast Pumps, and tho Colobrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Rootrom Mammoth Cave eys Kentucuans be expressed in a few worJs. He got only This pretty island lies at the mouth of tho ciate frothing with helpless rage. They ing and Guttering will havo prompt attention. christian wear by that inimeoee hole in the ground. 300 votes, while Garfield walked oil with beautiful bay and about 20 miles from lal knew him well sa an earnest ,.,-,- I ?r. Ml. MeKtnneUt bit of spiteful J3 thej! It is a old fact that not ooe in the majority. It was no fault of Grant. Naples. A fearful competition between ri- mleslonrry. It was only a now, had val steamers cave us return tickets at 3 annoyance for his Master's sako. ifty of the people of Edmonton county He would have been president We got a famous mail from England to herein it ie emitted ever explored it and not death and a better sentiment prevailed. francs apiece which is lesa than half the TUB NEW GIltOCEKY AM) IIAUUWAICE HOUSE OF not one person in price sometimes charged, if they can get dav. Cao any one imijlne a deeper t an Ruesfl EVENTS. 10 TES OF CURRENT received in the State will retdily tell you the advantage of the traveler. The grab earthly joy than a full home mail vocifer- at Nipld'. The coej inctlon is "too too should said to be dying. Malcom Hay is for fares waa quarrelsome and fhat county it is in. Kentuckians jot swear at all; it U an undoubted fct The troops have been ordered from ous. Oar steamer was the smaller, but her utterly too." Norwich, Miw Nellie Haskell-Geor- ge's rival had a "dummy" smokestack, which hat they don't swear by the cave. It is a Rowan county. JESTS?. as a lawyer our "agent" waa not elow to proclaim, Conn., bourn friend, arrived today and nighty pleaunl place to visit, however, if A.J. Ballard, prominent In her society (he other fellow who accompanies you la a and legislator, is dead at Louisville. and which account of her deficienclei, the George is supremely happy, to fact The democrats of Iowa nominated smokeless funnel, though gaudily painted Wa had the dear glr.Vi delightful com pa WouM kl.dly mk your attrition h ttie welttint ihey bit Just returntJ trotn the cltlm with tuit and handsome widow." night Ir nJ icleeteJ itock of CllOirC Rome two days, at intervals; and her Governor, propped confirmed. ny at Hon. Chas. E. Wbit'ing for and oatontatiously Coi. Stevissok, the First Auistant CM Key, dealer in hata anil cap?, Thev cot the most inseBcers, though, in puty followed our to Naples, tbo next Postmaster General, and at present acting Louisville, We first met this has assigned. spite of the fraudulent chimney, nud our after our departure. Postmaster General, seems to have jcttled young lair at the memorable In endlcM Trlftjr,d!ntjr In qtnllty al uttifMtory In rrlcnj tbli wo gturiutef. Our aim ikll b Capitslieta are surveying the route for only revenge as we eteimed across tho biy, charmtnr town to his work with determination and ut all tlmrt to auppl j tittj want In our line. a railroad from Cave City to the Mammoth was to display the manifest fact that wo Norwich meeting, where she and George Igor. He has been very busy since he Cave. of our adversary and could fell In love naturally, and lnvo been iniat had the heels "ucceeded Mr. II y, and promieea to be Western Export Association sent 43,- - ran away from her in a fair contest of speed. volumnious correponlcn,'' eTer ince She Mugwump authori-y- , 000 barrels to bond at Bremen from LexComlitaof the Standard Drandiol Europe aud Autrlra. Our lari; line of Cueklog Storra Inclndea till btuier. A eound Our craft was the Favortta, theirs the Vit-tor- is one of the very deirest frienda "the thcjuitljr celebrtsl '(Irtat Wrattrn HfeerTu" and nuiny other family larorltfi. Our China, Olaa the Boston Adicrlitcr, reports him assay- ington. is Can I ever forget that sail across the troupe" have, nud George's attachment pari of Table, TmidJ Chauibtr felt complete, Olanaware richly col It was probable that Gov. Hoadly bay of Naples? We healed straight for as romantically true, as Marie's to her first and Queeniwarettotkcontlitaln ing that "the month of August would and etched. In the way or IlrMdituQi wo name liuckwheat Flour, the queen ol all trlbw. Our celeand would be renominated at Columbus, Ohio, how a change of 2,o00 Postmasters, Sorrento which lies on tho Northern ahore and last love Mm. Roa Lea, of Fulton, brated Patrol '). St." Hour, urlrallfil tor cake and putry, while Illro and Hominy, our own patrl-oti- c In Koralgn rrodnct, arrayed aa faithful adjunct!. All that this ratio would be increased when yesterday. that, Tenn. Nellie goes over to Sorrento to en. are hero. Tin, Stone, Wooden nod Wlllowware, tliedfllraclri Stationery.and Dotnratlc Confection of the mountainous promontory, I. ire trie Iuiui, Canned Meati and FrnlU Louisville dog owners pay SS.2C0 in the weather became cool." This is about stretching far out to eea, give beautiful joy its delicious climate for a week or two and a complete line of Clgari and Tottircoi. Well, thia Ia only a hint of what wo hare. UelleTlni in average of six republicans turned out taxes for the priviledge of having them shape to the Biy, the world admires. In and "do" Naples from there. that wo can tuake It to your Intern!, wo confidently aak an elimination of our goods and your patronivery minuto in the working days and can- around to breed fleas. Keipcetlully, age. TA 1 T.OIl IltlOTll EIIS. the bow of the arc described in our steamsevThere are List op Cook Humphrey surrendered at More-headidates for post offices ought to feel ener's course, are clustered the picturesque en Division Deputies in the 8th (Ivy.) charges the Tolliver crowd with sevcouraged. The rascals are goinc swift and villages that Heat the base of Vesuvius, Collector Bronston hae apDistrict. eral willful murders. ure at last. and berond the charming towa of .Csstel- - pointed Deputies as follows: First DisThe dead badv of Lvdia Burnett was Ox investigation the Louisville Comma-eilamare. Sorrento, though, Is the the gem trict, L D. Baldwin, NtcholavilIe. Sec found oa the roadside near Boxvillc, Union finds that the sheriff of Jeffereon gets of that side of the biy, sitting, indisputed ond, Hiram Hogg, Booneville. Third, W. county, with her throat cut. omethlng like $9,000 per year for reassessqueen of the lovely, lovely mountain side. R.Billinger, Bubourville. Fourth, to be A negro named Wilson w.aa shot and A half hour beyond the promontory's ing property, wrongly assessed or omitted, filled. Fifth, Wallace E. Varnon, Stanford. killed while stealing corn on the farm of point and we reached Capri, whoe picturDKALialiatnd that this business is carried on all over Sixth, D. D. Sublitt, Salyersville. Sherman Stiver, near Paris. esque outline gladdens the eye at every 'he State in a manner to amount to a debe filled. The Deputy Stamp Col- Drugs, Books, Stationery and to Jerry Ferrell and John Crittenden turn, when looking seaward from Naples. n cided raid on the treasury, whether by Matthew lectors appointed are James T. Williams, is not brutally beat and finally killed Arncies. with the assessor or otherwise, It risea steeply out of the ocaan, to an alti- Harrodsburg; C. C. Fox, Danville; J. P. Rogers, in Livingston county. tude of nearly 2,009 feet; its charming itated. The sheriff gets 25 per cent, for Deputies and Phytic! am prescription accurately compounded Sandifer, Lancaster; the Conductor Tom Crewdson, of the L. & heights covered with the olive and the isaessing and collecting the tax on proper-- y vine, Clerks in the office are selected and are beN., was killed near Hopkinaville by being I do not wonder the old Romin Empeand it is of course, a bis; inducement for ing instructed by the old Incumbents, and train by a bridge. his rors doted on this gem of the ocean, and The Commercial is always nosing knocked from i trade. are learning the duties of the office rapidly. President Cleveland will attend the built their baths and pilacjs and aqueround for leaks in the treasury and usualVirginia State Fair, on 0:t. 21, and has ducts there. Many remains of the villas No recommendations for Storekeeper and The Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, ly succeeds in stopping them. Gauger; these appointment are made by half promised to deliver an address. Jewelry and Silverware 12, of Tiberius, each to a god and bearing Responses to the request for eub'crip- the Secretary of the Treaeury. Collector Tne silver in the New Orleans eub- - the deity's still survive the ravages name, taught thli market Ixwcr than is ready and waiting the pleasnre Etrr Ixwrtt. toWatche. Clock Price Jewelry Reions to a grand monument to be placed treaeury will be taken to Washington by a and tho of 1850 years. It is not more than 5 paired on ahoil nolle and Warranted. of Gen. Grant in River- - wer vessel. It is valued at $5,000,000. as to recommendations. of the Secretary over the remain miles by three in six?, but has 4 500 inhabitide Park, come in exceedingly slow, lees The Rowan county grand jury indict- tants. A favorite wine ia produced from Richmond Register. han $50,000 having been secured up to ed Attorcey General Hardin for wearing a Mrs. Garfield, the widow of the Ouitcsu-martyre- d the Cipri grapes and the Mini is noted for his time. Eren the World, which raised a concealed deadly weapon in the court-rooPresident Is not likely to come to its fruitB. lundrcd thousand dollars for a pedestal The property of New York City is as The chief point ef attraction ia the Blue want. The subscription rained through the , or the Liberty Statue by popular eubscrip-ionand ia taxed for Grotto, well known to the ancients and instrnmentality sessed at $1,371,117,003 W . of Cyrus can not create the least enthusiasm in municipal purposes at the rate of 2.40 per evidently in connection with one of Tiberiamounts to $325 000; tho insurance of the the matter. The people eeem to be of the cent. us' famous villas, but only discovered in President's life which, ihe collected, was Harry Williams, a Lexington society modern times, since 1S21, when some fisbe-meAND opinion that this country has done enough $40,000; $50,000; Congress appropriated for Grant, repaying him ten time? over for dude, has skipped out with a costly diaaccidentally found it. The entrance the Garfield cttate h worth $30,000; this U'lii-uitm-- e ! Anything he may havo done in war or in mond ring that he borrowed from a young is only large enough to admit a row boat, nnkM her aggregate estate, in round numlady. ?eace. and one must lie down in goini: through, bers, $150,900 in money well invited. A Full and complete nriHortmeiit ol I'lirnltttrc, oinlinicing The Treasury Department has made a The following m additional proof of the contract for washing its towels at 40 cents or get his head bumped. This contracted From Ibis ahe derives an incomo of $10,-00- 0 erytliltiK from tho to (ho NiiMca. No iaertion that a petition even numerously per 100. Tairty cents per dczsn has been entrance at the foot of a beetling cliff of a year. In addition to this she re- need to ko to the cIUcm to niiiKe your purchuno, no matter ragged rock, furnishes the only lieht to the ceive a pension of $5,000 a jear from tho Igned amounts to a very small matter: what quantity or quality you want, an I can and ulll duplicate the price. Nine men out of ten sign a petition with-u- t But ten members of the last Legisla- hollowed out cavern, with vaulted roof 10 Government. Thia makes a sure income any prlceH you can obtain clncwlicrc, freight hclng added. reading it. At Longview, Texas, the ture will sit in the next Hou?e, and not a feet in height, and an area of 175 by 10) of $21,000 per year. Almost any prudent a full assortment ol CoMIiih, C'acM, ShrotiilH and IIoIicn, ither day, Col. Duncan drew up a petition single Senator whose term had expired wa feet. The water is 50 feet deep and of a wonnn can live comforttble and support InK nil the New StylcH, both cheap and cxpcurilre. "Ware rooraa bluenees never eeen anywnere else that I two eons on that income o Judge 8bin requesting the immediate returned. opposite St. ANiipli Hotel, Ntanford, Ky. nanging of Mr. Luke Howard, one of the The City National bank of LexingtoD( have been. The effect of the refraction of The State of Kentucky has about a uiost popular citizens of the county. In has brought suit t8 recoyer $25,000 from the light, at noon, is indescribable, indeed. a Cjmmis'ioner of Agricul:alf an hour the petition was signed by the sureties of the defaulting cashier, James Everything immersed seems burnished sil- much u?e for ture, as a wagon ha for five wheels. He PLEASE50 leading citizens, among them Howard's G. Scrugham. ver. The oar blades turn to precious methaa never done anything but gues at stairother and brother-i- n law. Not one of The three sona of Mrs. Sarah Truby, al, and the boatman, who, for a present of tistic, and never comes in a thousand she signers read the petition. aged 34, 30 and 33, met their deatha Tues- a franc or two, takes a plunge in the crys- miles of anything. In order now to make tal clear wave, is a flashing figure instantly It is said that John S. Wise is making day by accidents at different places in plated with shining armor I'argeot. This out like he is earning his silary, he offers negro votes in Virginia by traveling around Pennsylvania. $75 in premiums for the best samples of Secretary Eodicott has left Washing exquisite grotto waa approached from the with a cabine till he finds an assemblage of to dis- ia Emperor's villa above, 1S00 years ago, ae a wheU alleging that it his desire negroes and then proceeds to astonish the ton to be absent till 0:t. l.aod the depart irihnt the samrjles over the btate. 11 landing place and broken atep, now lead natives by throwing up glass balls and ment is struggling along with the Chief there haa bjen a nickel's worth of benefit ing nowhere, evidently indicate. Clerk in command. shots. The shattering them by in thia We lunched pleasantly at the Marina derived from this office, no body The widow of Andy Cox got a verdict how is varied and further heightened by section has ever heard of it. This carbunGrande, or principal landing place, where browing up stones and pennies which he of $500 against the L. & N. for killing her the steamers waited several houra for us. cle of worthless existence ought to be cut nvariably hits. This is not the way Old husband in Rockcastle county. She sued Naked youngsters dived for pennie, which off as soon as the Lsgielature meets and Benry A. used to electioneer, but then for $10,000. The company will appeal. Bourbon News. takea a drink. The appalling murder of Misa Burdett we threw from our lofty verandah into the John is not a chip from the old block, by clear water below. For variety we took a The man who made moequito bars my manner of means, albeit he ie a upright- in Christian county, who waa outraged and slain by an aunt's husband, a former lover donkey ride (except "Cousin Jodie" and Should with the angels stand, And float ly young fellow. Will who went for a row) up the hill, around among the " A harp within We are delighted to know that that of the girl, is stirring the people up in that among the vineyard;; which furnished his OS" -- Evansville Argus. section. most offensive of partisans, Capt. D. A. The birthplace of Gen. Grant, a little mirth by the bushel for our happy parly. Murphy, has been made to walk the plank A second lieutenant and seven aoldiers o'd log cabin at Mt. Pleasant, 0 , haa been Such ridiculous attitudes as one has to still guard the crave of Garfield nd that his office of superintendent of the strike in mounting and retaining a seat on jublic building at Frankfort, hae been giv purchased by a New York syndicate for the average donkey, would "make a cat is m to Mr. W. E. Grubbs, a tried and true $7,000. It to be shipped to the metropoCRAB ORCHARD laugh" though I am sure I never aaw the Murphy lis and placed on exhibition. Jemocrat, of Bayle county. n The wopoint of that simile. A dispatch from Rome states that a hould not have been allowed to draw the G0LLEGIATE SCHOOL! men and children, as vendors or beggars minu- number of arrest have been made of memid per day, which the office pays, ten are importunate, even beyond Neapolitan bers of criminal societiea operating in on JlnndaVt ses after Cleveland took the oath. Ky., will importunity, which is the ultima thulc of Crab Orchard, and several cities of Italy, and carrying on a Sept. 7, 1SSJ. Preparatory, Aca4einic teach-eWe love to see brethren dwell together traffic in girla who aro sent to America to urgent impudence. Collegiate Department, under experienced Dear Newbery told us a most romantic For circular giving tenni, addreti It. U.Bro-naugn unity and read what nice things they be sold in New York. Pmldent Board of Trmtee, Crab Orchard, story of a young nobleman, who married a ay of each other. The Louisville lima, Two farmers digging a well near VicEdgar P. Haww, Principal, LouliTllle, nothing if not complimentary village girl at Capri; of remarkable Ky., or poor hich is 05-ltKy. toria, (B, C ) struck something solid, which beauty but of neither education nor refine jropounda the following conundrum: "The further excavation revealed as what ia alsaw her one day in her father's Pott publiehea a department headed "Kicks leged to be a petrified giant: It la a figure ment. .He vineyard and married her the next. After English & y a Mule." Why not compliment its ure resembling a human being, by measurehief editor and name the new feature af- a residence of a few yeara in Germany, ment twelve feet in length. Christian College Building, er the mule's father?" where he attended carefully to her educaThoa Penrose, who died in Reading, elegant Cipri villa HBSTOXVILIiE, - - - KY. The New York Sun think, and sensibly Pa., at the age of 94, had a theory as to tion, he returned to his with his transcendent bride now fit for oo, that if the Kelley case should result long life. He aaid with his last breath, The Third Anuua' Seiilon will open Wedneiday any company in the land: and there he BEI'T. 10, 1S8.1. Coune of Injtruction n demonstrating that our present diplo-aat- ic "Tell the people not to take medicine and thorough. Development of the mind tho end to service ia a useless humbug, Mr. not In h Hfraid nf rvd air nr pn)A vatar" Uvea now, moet happily, with the poor be attained. Term reasonable. Tor circular JOHN bUIUJIN. apply to teiley will have done a greater aeryice to When a young man be made a vow never girl, who only had to say "yes" to step into Principal respectability and wealth. The all this 33 tf .ia country by not being received at a forto swallow a drug and he kept it. husband is himself young mil handsome. eign court than any other Ambassador who It is said that Judge Hilton, who in- So MILLEIlSBIJItG the romance ia unbroken all around. herited one of A. T. Stewart's millions, is iver was received. Our dear Jesus gives all He has to any about to marry his widow, thus putting all The Andereon Xacs with F. R. Feland, the millions one who will say "yea" to Him. in one pot again. In the county boy as editor, shows won- i Lincoln We boarded the Favorita at 2 r. M, As reladle will lerful improvement. It takea work to get meantime, Aleck's soul is supposed to be we we were about to get under way, a nice Thli popular ichool lor yotlng new auiplcei, be opened, under entirely marching on, though no man knoweth at a newspaper and Bro. Feland seems to looking young fellow was busily engaged where hia body lies. Louisville Times. Oth, 1885. .ave gone at it with a fall Knowledge of in doing as the Somali boys did at Aden-div- ing Controller Durham, haa written a let- ntt raninromantl for pennie; which he got ever ter to Mr. taring, of Agri . Aftl I t fir crmtir Itai rtaan itinlilfan htf fid w. uuimie.m wnicn ine says mat..tne latter te time. We made brisk purchases at very Hov. O. Popo, of Auguatn, Gft., as ununumiiKU!,.!. p'raods of coral, Prosidont, iers and ia now in the hands of the Orphan In error in supposing that any of the ra- - cheap rates of beautiful AND and olive wood boxea the epecial merJrig&de of the Confederate army, 000 strong, iected accounts were for "machinery" or Sor Mrs. S. 0. Trueheart as Lady PrinciNaples At ol. Polk Johnson ia there and a famine is "experiments." He explains that the items chandise of the by of pal, reatencd. Lord have mercy on that Bar disallowed, amounting to about $20,000, rento as we went back we had the steamer by oneol the unit Competent aid Experia fl;et of skiff). Oje little Aided n land. enced untitle In tne Mate. Parent mar reitat. were solely for expenditures for feed Bnd blockaded bj chap made considerable merriment by aured of tbo uioit thorough training ol their Tate's majority for Treasurer is nearly labor, and concludes his letter by saying atinding in the stern sheet of hie boat and daughter In all that pertain to mimt, utmmri and mttali, it committed to our care. .3,000 in a total vote of about 140,000. that, unless Mr. Loring has some further containing Information a to For catBlozue shouting out at iatervala in a yery stolid tenm, Ae., addre statement to make, he shall proceed in the SrerFox hatnot eustaicel the reputation ItEW C. POPE. JIll!erburg. Ky. way, the only eentence of Eoglinh he (' hia family ss to running qualities case under due process of law. Or MK3 3. C. TP.UEHEAItr, Stanford, Ky. probibly knew ''I sayl give me one pen cava that "one of Collector T. S. BronstonV first acta after recsivlog his appolntmeot via to subscribe newspaper published in bis dis- A 1885 for every trict. He is determined to keep pasted." And we know of no better way (or him to The Richmond Herald GEO. 0. BARNES. W. H. HIGGINS, Whip, d . d five-mndr- TAYLOR BROS. 3EITJgT,33Xr,VXTJXJE;, FAMILY GROCERIES OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY la al fr 11111Iff flfc 1ft Aft PHARMACISTS, -- WftfllP Sev-ent- col-usio- (v JEWELERS. it Ms UMDBRTAKER, henict n 33eale:r in lare Fliict I'arlor e. -- Alo cinbrso -- DON'T FORGET well-direct- well-wor- n. h, That we carry the Largest Stock of Groceries, Hardware and Queensware in the city; That we are Millers' Agents and wholesale depot for Flour and Meal; That our stock of Pleasure Vehicles, including everything from a Hoard Cart to a Barouche, is always complete, Classical School FEMALECOLLEGE SEPTEMBER k T w -.. And thai we guarantee Lowest Prices, style and finish considered. Also, that we still handle the celebrated Wagons, "Old Hickory" and Mitchell. Big line of Farming Implements, Grain Drills, Turning Plows, both riding and walking, And all of which Ave guarantee at Lowest prices. CURRAIV, 4' Swi-Mctkl- i! Interior Jnral August 21, Consult ClUfAD. n on mk! Drill wheat. before Bright & RELIGIOUS. Stanford, Ky., 1885 Bright Hee our Grain A Curran, buying. Nlcholsa-vlllet, Rev. A. S. Moflett will preach at Crab Orchard next Sabbath at 11 A, w.and 7:30 r. l. A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ....1 40 r. u. .. 1 82 A. H, ... 2 03 A, M, 11 The Somerset defeated the JO tall train going North. " Bouth. Birm strain" ttoutn., Norn.. The r.u. Wednesday, 0 to 3. Ten Share of Farmer National I! ink Stock for aale. Apply at the Btnk. prevailing here to a considerable extent. We give a remedy on our first psge, which m iy be of much benefit ia Duels J tout Ouv. jot U calculated on 20 minute fatter iud JtrJ tluie. Bolsr Flux LOCAL NOTICES. There will be a Ringing at the Baptist church next Wednesday night and on the McAHster. Watches and Jewelry repaired on ahort same night each week till .further notice. McAlia-u-- r. notice and warranted by Penny A cotiKEsroNDENT writes that J. A. Bin the Hum Hon Remedy, the ordi- Wall, formerly of Caey, died in Bryan, nal and onlv Ren ill no, from Penny A Mc.U-ite- Texaa, a few day ago of n congestive chill. Boy your school booki front Penny A r. A style, ny Rockfurr w.ilche i Jjwcilty. PenMcAliMr. especially adapted for school weir. Bruce Kaumeiw, Rkai Tins, Go to Dr. M. L. Bonrne'a drill! More and get one package ft McRoberta. of Bam A. Clark'a Iloir Remedy. If you II. C Run.EY, Merchant Tailor, is daily are not ratifQcd after ttiin it your money receiving hia fall and winter stock of suitwill be refunded ing, to which he invites the attention of PERSONAL his complete Mock of jewelry, lateat In preparing for School remember we have retdy ict vou a new line of fall shoes pttrona more " Miss Alm. Hay l visiting at Crab Orchard. Jor. Umiiiiy iii writing in (he Cjunty Clerk' office. Miw. R V LtLLtnu returned to Ltb anon yesterday. Mils J. O. Dunn, of Richmond, vieiting rcUtWei here. V. T. CJiikkn. of PJneiile, in Mil. down on a huainera viait. Mi!"i M.inv Looan, of LoulavHIe, ha been vl'lting friends here. Miss Annii: Dunn, o' Luiirille, I the guest of the Mlae Pax ion. Mr. J. II. Hkmiins, of thia place, haa gone in the grocrrr bueineaa at Danville -- MR, anii Mm. T. M Lillakd and Mr. and Mrs. J. L Dtwaon are at Hale's Well. Mn. J. A. DePauw, of Cjtlngton, ia here felling our fnuor the picket wire i- and better pavements being laid in Stanford now than at any cne time in it hintory and the good work la going to continue. m i There are Tiichk who went to school to Kit S. S McKoberts in IS51-- are thinking of having n reunion shortly, due notice of which will be given in thia paper. 1! Rev. II. C. Morrison's meeting at Bright' is progressing with gratifiying results, 38 perrons having confessed at last accounts. Rev. Sam Jones who wan booked to appear at Hopkinsville September lit, has postponed his appointment until later in the fall, owing to ill health. The new Silver Creek Biptist church, near Berea, inthis county, will be dedicated on Sunday, Aug. 23, at 11 A m., the sermon to he preached by Eld. John R. Richmond Herald. James. The colored Btptiats at tho Association meeting in Danrillepiai'ed reeolutions"con-ilemnin- g Sunday railroad excursion trains, as they are, indeed, a violation of the Word of God; and the preachers and churches that puticipate in them do not decrve Christian fellowship." In the old days of camp meetings the measure of sticceaa was the number of converts made, but nowaday the efforts directed to this purpose occupy only a small fraction of the camp meeting season, and the statistics cf conversion fall quite Into the How much money can be background. made, without regard to the mvnner, seemt to be the only object of theie latter day camp meetingr; though some of them are conducted in decency and decorum. The Junction City circus is not incluJeJ. however, in the latter category. LAND. STOCK ANO CROP M. During a long voyage or a long jiur-ae- y by rail sometimes half a barrel of oil would leak through the pores of the wood and evaporate. So some sharp fallow began to study some way of preventing such low. He first pio'ed the barrel blue on the outside and tben filled it with water and allowed it to aland until it had toakfd up all it would. Tnen the oil was put in. The water kept the oil from soaking in the wood and the paint on the outside kept the water frm coming out. He got a patent on his disoovery, and now be sits in his office and draws his royalty of one cent on every barrel made to hold kerosene oil for shipment SE1V 3 L . Sn?Hf ft. sJilEHr.".; -- 1PHEh. hJSSsKWWPliM .1 ADVL'BTIKEME.IT. ILiTJJVgJBJbiJJHL ! AllclatMsot BulMlog Material lor sale at iny pmnleeacn tbe liuitonTllle pike. Stanford. WMvJStKiimA3kWMMMmSSm BKND TOR A f ltr.Il, CATALOGUE OV TO BUILDERS! All iarllfi wanting brltk or atone work of any kind done will find t to their adtantaqe to comC. U'. IfaOA'i?. municate with Halls Gap, Kjr. Garrard Female College, LANCASTER, KY. Larger Corps ol Instructors than any Female Col leg' in the Htate. UulliHngs new and appointment unexcel!ed. Terrra rctonable. txl acsMon commences August 31st, IS3S. For further inlormatlnn, address MOURI3 EVANS, L D , Fres't. Rkfkrkncks: We refer by permlsa'on to tho following gentlemen His Kxcellency, J. Proctor Knott. Governor ol Kenljcky, Frankfort, Ky.; (len'l Fayette Hewett, fetate Auditor. Frankfort, Kyj Col. R. U, Allen. Bupt.Ky. Military Institute and President Ky Teachers' Association, Fatmdale, Kv.j Col J. M. Tale, Htate Treasurer, Jranklort.Ky., Prol. J. Desha Pickett, Hnpt. ol Public Instruction of Kentucky, Frankfort, Ky.; Got. Luke P. Blackburn, Louisville, Ky.; Gov James H. McCreary. Richmond, Ky.; Gen'l II King White, Pine Bluff. Ark.; Rev. R. H. KaT.v naugh, State Chaplain, Frankfort, Ky. , (3l-2- FARM FOR SALE! I cOr for talo priratelr mr 1'iirm, lylnz Immediately on the pike b'tween MilledgeTllle and Hunford, containing Vf? Acrvn or Ant-rat- e Land. The harm li in a good Mate ol cultivation: fenrti and buildings In good repair; 220 Acaealn gran; 50 Acrca In corn. Kent paja OTer 8 per cent and taxes. Addren me at ltlue-draii J. II. WEATllEItrOM). Iluiton-vIlle.K- The Louisville Argui suggests that perhaps the ue of Crab Orchard salt water has produced Fountain Fox Rbb!tt' incurable dianhvi of words. life-long THE BEST TOBACCO. hogi-a- t THE OHEA.!3 OROOER. W, L. Dtwion bought I 15 bead of A 4UBK'lt!HER wishes to know how much it coats to go to Mammoth Cave. The round-triexpente of our party of 27 were jun ?1 1.75 each. It would cost a single visitor about $20. fence. Mn. J. T. .Saunders, i ia vliiln th Gitena. Mim Mary Honor-- , of Lexington, who haa been viaitlng Mra. J. II, Uo:ker, went home yeaterday. Mis Anna Bklle Fox of Ml Sterling, and Mica Ruth Crow, of Madiron, are the gueata of Mia Beiaie i'ennington. Mhs. T. P. Walton, Mn. W. G. Ran ey, Mr. P. I'. Nunneller and a numbtr of other are aick, notferioualy however. Mn. Ai.neiiT Miller, who haa been uiaitlng Mr. G. C GiTcoa, returned laat week to hia home in Crawfordarille, Ind. Mils. John Blain returned from Par ia last night, where ahe had been to her aick brother, C. K Gentry, who ia convalescing. Dn Andrew Seaihie.vt and wife, of HopkinaTtUe, nnd Mr. Hugh Eeargenl, who hai baen riItlng her r'latlfea, arrived yeaterJay. Miss I.imir SroiTKER, of Louiatille, and Miea Allie and H. G. Gorer, of fitan ford, viaited Miaa Ellie Potta last week. Richmond Herald. Mi3 Ida Adim.i, a very charming young lady of M. Vernon, ia the rumI of aohoolmtte, Mia Anna Jonea, near Pine Winchealer Sua. Grove. -- Mi."w Fannie Wiutmvn and IMa Jabiujii, two pretty young ladie from IJonlevllIe, Hart county, were viaiting Mr. I. X. C'jle at the St. Anph hotel. A. HowlRi) aid wife, of Tb O.'Cbani Springa, were here a short time Wedneajay. Tao Col. telU ua that the aetaon rm hjen fairly remunentive. Hon. Breckiniudcie Jones, of St. Loui, vm here thi week. In fiet he wag here aeveial timea thia week. There ia an exceedingly attractive girl in the caae and we would not blame him if he came several time every week. Some inexplicable things happen in a printing office and the omiaaion of the name of Mira Mamie Cbenault from the report of the Mammoth Cave trip ie one a of them. She waa the pretty little of tho pitty and increased our and admiration for her by the way the eflectively eilenced a preeumptioua dude. That circumstance and the tweet melody of Miat Daley Burmide'a voice aa it reverberated in eong from the counties cayerna along Echo river, will be remembered when many of the other pleating event will have escaped the memory. Foca-honta- of South Cro-linfamily of Mr. G. C a, We think we handle the beat coal on the market, including any cftheJelico Mine and Association Cjal. Ojr price will be aa heretofore a shade lower than any other dealer. Bright h Curran. Some persons having doubted the truth of the item civen us by Mr. E. Tarrant about the bear and cub seen on Gren River, he sends u the affidavits of a number of people who have seen them. Mr. Tar- rant'a word i as good ai most men s bonds and we wont gratify tho.e who doubt him by publishing the proof. The Lexington Fair begins Tueaday and Mr. J. E, Bruce wants to get a party to at tend from here. Train Dipatcher Harris baa promised to send a coach to Junction City to ruest the C. S. train if a sufficient number will go. About one fare for the round-triwill be charged. p ii - i of John Turnbull, The near Chappell' Gip In this county, waa with its contents entirely consumed by fire TuefJar night. He and the family were awakened about 2 A. M. when the flames hid made such headway that they barely escaped with their lives, saving nothing whatever. The origin o! the fire is a mystery. The Ion ia complete sve an insurdwelling-hous- ance of hut $500. was ar- rested Wedneday charged with stealing a suit of clothes and some other articles from Eliaha Mays, and lodged in jail. Yesterday he waa hroucht before Judge Carson for examination, but as he had on the identical suit and was not able to prove that he had come by it honestly, he very wisely waived an examination, and was held in $300 bail to the Circuit Court. The value of the suit makes the cae a penitentiary ofTenre Airncn Hli'K?, a youth of IS, LOCAL MATTERS. Business Chanob. Mr. J. T. Craig haa bought Mr. D. B, Edmiston's interest in the dry goods firm of Elmiston A Owsley and the firm will hereafter be Owsley A Craig. We tender our best wishes for their success. It is rumored that Mr. Edmiston will become a candidate for County Clerk in which event there is no difficulty in prophisying who will fill the office after the present term. There Is no better qualified man for the position in the county and hia evenness of temper and urbanity of manner render him peculiarly fitted for it. His administration of the Circuit Clerk's office wat perfect and no man who ever had business in it can fail to vote for him, for he is in every respect an ideal offi nonstandard. cer. old friend, T, W. A New Tiucic-O- ur Wash, County Clerk of Casey, had a slick trick played on him the other day. A fellow whose name we could not learn, wanted to marry Miss Steele, a little maiden of and not wishing to go to the expente of eloping and knowing that no license for the consummation of his desirescould be obtained in thit State he adopted the following plan which may land ,'bim yet in the bastile. He procured the services of an elderly maiden and proceeded to the clerk's office. There was no doubt about his being of the legal agj to marry and far lesi in regard to the woman, so the clerk issued the ''permit" without asking more than the ordinary questions as to names, Ac. With the ptper properly signed the young fellow having brought the real girl from her appeared before Judge Bowman and he mide them one without a suspicion of foul play. Of courte tho marriage is illegal and if the fellow is prosecuted will likely suffer severely for his trick. cents. Land A Allen bought of Mat Sandidge 21 head 1,000 pound cattle at 5 cents. W. T. Green, of Bell county, sold to Hon. W. M, Berkele, of Garrard a fine pair of mules for $120. The annual wheat show of Kentucky producers will be held at Frankfort, on the second dav of September. J. W. Miller bought of Divid Thompson GO hogi at 3 to I cent; weight 150 Lancaster News. pounds The State Auditor estimates that Kentucky's tobacco crop last year was worth S15.S30.202 and the corn $21,103,100. first-cla- -s Foji Sale. Twenty-fo- ur eww, ready for market or breeding. Call on or apply to M. Speed Peyton, Stanford, Ky. Reuben Jones, of Albany, Ga., lately exhibited 50 melons which averaged 51 pounds each. Tbe largest weighed sixty six pounds. Smith A Anderson, Danville. Ky., have a superior article of Fullz seed wheat fur sale. Only one year removed from tbe Northern seed. Wanted. One huudred mules tofeed, upon reasonable ternir, have plenty of corn and oats to fatten them. Address, John W. Miller, Lancaster, Ky. Jacob Graves bought 75 head of feeders at A cents. S. D. Goff, of this county, sold to John A. Judy 100 head of New York cattle at $5 12J. Winchester Sun. Bin Fox has been sold to J. B. Hag-gi- n, of?an Francisco, for $20,000. He wis sold last year for $1,150 and by the last sale has realized with bis winning over $40,000 for his owners In Louisville the cattle mtrket is unchanged prices running from 1 to 5; hogs are active and firm at 4 to 5; sheep are quiet at 1J to 3j and iambi in fair demand at 2 to - cents. The number of hog' packed in the West last week waa 85,000, compared with 85,000 a year ago. P'rom March 1 to date, tbe total is 3,305,000, against 2 S25.000 for the same time last year. r. .t... .,- 120 head of fat cattle at $5,40 per 100 lbs. They weighed about 1,000 and were fat and fine. Lehman A Bro., of Baltimore, were the purchasers. Lexington Gaiette. To stop the slobbering give a handful or two of dry corn meal or wheat mid dlings. The lose of saliva is a serious raat ter ana greatly weakens tbe animal, ine same trouble will occur when the second crop of hay especially of clover is fed to horses in the winter. A peculiar affection has been prevail ing for some weeks among the cattle of Mr. John McElroy, of this county. About 25 head, of them have gone blind. The eyes become white, and soon loie the sense of sight. The cattle are not much affected Leba otherwise, and lose but little flesh. J ark Freeman, Richmond, Ky , hai a large Hade In the tobarco manufactured by Albright A Martin and hai Mid about 22,000 twlita during tbe past five vcara. He haa tbe following certificate from the manufacturer!: Bbodiikad, Ky., July 23, ISM. By rdiuret cf Mr. Jack I'reeuian, of Klchrxond, Ky.. wo hereby certify that eald Mr, Freeman haa bought of our natural leaf twin tobacco, branda "Flrealde" S a and "Friendihlp" 14 a alnce February 19. 1630, to January 1, 1885. 1901 09. Equal in pounds about 2.H0. Contained In 100 bcxea. Very reapectfully, ALcmailT A Mastix. T. R. PQ WALTON. DEALER IN - - 2 Sale of Shorthorn Cattle. I will oner at public rale to the highest bidder, at my Farm three mllea from liuitonTllle on tbe Liberty pike, on TUESDAY, AUGUST g25, 1885, ADOUT fp fig 2 o 50 or 60 Head of Shorthorn Cattle, Conilitlog of Cowa and a number of tucking Hull and five yearling Bulla. CalTra, cne 1'od greea can be obtained bv applying tlio unfor catalogue, loitotQce address, Ilaiton-Til- l, derstood Ky. TBaKS. Credit of i months on bonde with coodf ccurlty, liearlng 0 per cent, interest from day of , aie. as-t- d n. ir. niFh-F.T. (i. XUSSEuiiEY, SALE OF PERSONALTY. Ae Adiox. of Bennett Cloyd, die'd, I will tell at ntt late residence on And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. IN ADDITION TO GROCERIES AND PROVISION'S. HE KEEP3 MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 1SS5, property, consisting of Twovork Horses, 4 aged work Mules, one un cud .Mule, 6 yearling Mulct, J mine Lows Steer, 1 yearling Calrw; t fat Cow, l old Mull, 30 head high grade Heifer, 1 fat Slxcp, 15 large feeding Hoc, 3 Sows and 1'ics, 8 Shoatt, the crop ot growing Cam, Hay, T stacks of Oats, farming Implements, Ac. The Farm is for rent, prlTately, from Sfptem- ber 1. IE85. until Janmry 1, 13S7. Terms of rale ol ironalty made known on day of aalf. S. I.. .1. V.l.U d Administratrix. 47-t- lilt personal Tin-- , Glass- - and. Queensware, Tobacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, .'if xn, SALE 0FJT0CK! d, As Executors of James Crow.dec'd, we will, at his late residence, four ml es Northwest of titan-lorCity pike, tell on tbe Man ford A at public auction On Tuesday, Soptombor 22, 1885, The following property, 1 1 t: Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. in tvi....!..!.!. Mule. 1 yearling Four broke Mulca. Mule. 1 large yoke of Cattle, yearling Steer, 1 yearling Heifer, 2 Calret, 2 Tery fine thoroughl, bred Cowt, thoroughbred Bull Calf, t tged I Jack Colt. 1 Jack 3 years old In September, tbe ore' IS handt high and one of tbe best In galbis sge; about 12 bead ol hogs, 100 State lons of very finsfilacklierry Wine, about 4 years old, 20 barrels of old corn, 50 bushels of old wheat, 130 barrel of new corn in the field, S atacka of bay, aeraral thousand bundles of oata, a lot of bacon and lard, together wltballottbe farming Implements, consisting of plows, harrows, l wheat drill, t mower, 3 farm wagona, among them 1 two.uora wagon, nearly new, l spring wagon, 1 hay rake, 1 buggy and harness, wagon and plow gear, and various other articles too numerous U mention. Terms reasonable and trade known on day of tale. O. A C. K. CllO ir, ifjrm., Stcnford, Ky. 1 Jen-ee- lr Canned Goods from the Best Can-- v neries of the Country. 49-t- J. Stanford Female College, HTANFOBD, The cezt aess on For Bargains, There Is No Place Like the Corner of Main and Somerset Sts. JtZTc . ALEX.S.PAXTON.A.B.Pm. cf this n WHOLESALE PRICES 1 begin on instutlon will MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1885. WHITLEf COUNTY. The President atalited by WILLIAMSBURG, Cider mills and cutting Higgins. boxe s at W. IT ' New line of Trunks and Valises at Bruce A McRoberts. Fruit Jars T. R. Walton's. and cans at lower prices at Misses and children should see our new stock of school shoes just received. Bruce A McRoberts. Brick. Two hundred and fifty thousfor sale by and, hard and " Henry Baughman. Little Personal. -- J. E Portion's family was increased this week by the arrival of another girl. well-burne- Youno ladies leaving home to attend school should huy their Trunk; and Valia-e- s from us. Bruce A McRoberts. Geo. D Wearrn ia agent for tho best coal ever sold In Stanford. He will also furnish the cheaper goods to all who desire uch at as low prices as any dealer in the market. The Dinville club will lock horns with the 8tanforda at the Montgomery Bsee Eall Grounds this afternoon at 3.30. Having 3 the just defeated the Hmodeburga 5 to haye a soft snap here, Dinviliea think they but they will be the worst fooled boys eyer ceen. Add Williams cut and wounded David Y. Lawson very badly, at Saxton, a few days ago. Morg. Adkins and John Hackler had a difficulty a few days ago in which both partiei were cut nnd wounded. Another tide in the river makes things lively In Williamsburg again for a few days In the lumber and stave business. EllSpradlin, who killed Wiley Sprad lin and broke jail and made his escape some time ago, has been arrested and placed in jail again. Look out for another big crimi nal docket next term of court. Sol. Leizinsky A Co., have sold their stock of dry goods Ao , to Collins A Co. Sol. will go to Louisville soon and go into business. Mr. Albert Bjvill, of Leb anon will occupy Uol.'a old stand with a full linn of drugs and medicines, Sheriff John F. Williams and Deputy S. M Rutherford, of Sebastian county, Ark., arrived here last night with Moses B, King, who shot and killed P. C. Rains, conIt is as seldom we hear a preacher say stable, Miy, 1SS1, while the latter was trya good word about another preacher, espec-iill- y ing to aarest the former for illegal retailif of another denomination, a it is ing. for one girl to say aaothei girl la pretty. Gov. Lowry has been nominated for Eld. Sam Crutcher, of Danyille, furnishes reelection by the democratic party of Misan exception to the first rule, however, for sissippi. "Sam Jones is a bold, sincere he says: "I would not accept the Qubernatorial Christian man, who has much of the spirit nomination if it should be tendered nis of Elijah and of John the Btptist." unanimously," says Judge Thurman.' A Corpi of Efficient Instructors, Will endeavor lo give careful training and thorough inttriMtion to tbe pupils committed to his charge. Terms reason ale. Bend for circular. Over 40 Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagons, Over 40 Farm Wagons and many other Goods to lie RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES. TESTIMONIALS: tltu- Mr. Alex. S. Faxton graduated at thia tlon In 1MI. Has been engaged in teaching since war, and being capable and conscientious, haa the ben very successful In bit profession. From James A. Walker, recently Lieu of Virginia. J Nkwiiebx, Va., June 20, 1872. It affords me pleasure to bear testimony to the qualifications acd efficiency of Mr. Alex. S. Pax-to- n aa a teacher. His discipline it .kind, but II rm and good. From tbe Rev. J. Rice Bowmar, O. D Harrison nuiin, Va . July 4, 18S2. 's I take pleasure In tettllylng to Mr. Alex.S. high literary attainments, his zeal In hit facility In Imparling Instruction profession, hia and bis conscientious regard lor the moral as well na the Intellectual dorelopmrnt ul the youth committed to bis care. From S. P. Hall, Sec. Board of Trustees Bolivar Academy. Madison villk, Tknn., April 1, 1870. Frof. Alex.8. Paxtoii taagbt In Bolivar Male A Female Academy. Ills general deportment was that of a refined. Christian gentleman. In tbe school room be proved himself a ripe scholar, a goc tnorouzn ana emcieni instructor a J) clpllnartan. fax-ton- J. J. White, Profeiaor of Greek VfisJilNoror A Leg University. Lexington. Va.. Julr 15. 1882. From Too Many Goods on Hands; Trado is Dull and Thoy Must Bo Bold. GEO. D. WEAKEN, Manufaclurcrs' Agent. "The 'Bourne from which no Traveler Returns Sick." Do you Intend tending ycur child to tchool? Bourne keept all kinds ol School Books, Inka, Pens, Copy Booka, TauleU, Pads, Sponges, tjlatcs, Pencils Do you want to uiarryf Go then, and get your Face Powders, Perfumes, Cachcus, eoap. Bruthes and Combs from Bouano. ? Get Do you want lo pleaie your mother-in-laher a pair of Le.Mare'a Celebrated Hock Cryital Spectacles and paint her house with mixed Paints Bourne has them. Are you tick? Have you Headcfhe, Packacne, Bouane keeps all klnhs of Medicines. Tocachc'' Remember, Bourne will glre a nice pretent to tbe first good looking girl who repeats the follow. a, w Pocket Books, riarorlng Extracts, Artists' Materials, Dye Stutli, lamps, Vases, Dolls, b'plccs Hand Mirrors, Violin Strings, French Harps, Thermometers, Onfectlons, Yarnltbes, Taints, Oils, And 1,001 other articles, at OPERA HOUSE, STANFORD. KY. 1H. BOURNE'S W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor Bite of Stage,!20xSO, L'lght complete seta of 8cen-- , err.. Seating capacity, Including gallery, COO. Reasonable ratet to goou attracts NEW DRUG STORE, STANFORD, KY. Opyoilto Myera Housj, Ing Patent Medl:ines, Toilet Articles. Feituer Dusters, Shaving Materials, ..r H Scnuerf4iIneriorournd! a a ious We 25A Openi Mondr, Ojtotur 5:h, and coa tlnuej for nix itjf. The revision of the premium ltt. which his jau been craplet ed, contains 21 dprttnenU ad 73,000 U oflereJ in premium. Toe mns?etueni areerectinsr 700 new hor "tables, 500 cat tie stalle, 800 sheep and nwine pm, a poultry house for 3,000 fowls an 1 nineteen ex hibition halls in ad iiiioo to thoe already upon the ground. The Veiled Prophets will parade Tuesdy, O:tober G, and the Trades Procession Thursday, October 8. The streets will be illuminated by electric and calcium light together with 160,000 gaajeU. $400,000 has just been expanded on improvements and 05 acres added to the PM.iml. Ricm will be ctven over the new mile track every day durinz Fair week Two car loads of lion, tigers, monkey, tropical birds, herbivorous animals and venomous reptiles, will be added to the Z)o logical Garden as a special attraction to the Fair. A rate of one fare for the round trip haa been made by all railroads runnirj? within 500 miles of St. Louir. Any of our subscriber! desiring a copy of the premium list will receive one ftti by addressing Fertm J. Wade, Secy, IS Chestnut nt , St. Louis, Mo , and stating they are subscribers to this paper. t?rf of Sf avr rocrJifor. vwoiuwjjwiJ.um nnlneenn w v- -r nrmfkfWn.. Pension Claims Prosecuted WITHOUT FEE Unless successlul. ply to ted Creation! Twenty years experience. Ap- OFFICES Detroit, Mich., Cblcigo, III. JlUO 11. STRVRSH V CO. Washington, D.C., Cleveland, U., A PROLIFIC PROCREATION of THE WORLD'S WONDERS. L.UIYIBEK. YARD. Having opencJ up a lumber yard In the rear of our store, we are now Prepared to Furnish nay kind of Lumber Immoderately and. j&Coiisti'oiisly Predom- In III rntlffh. IVi.Lnf nil ktnitl. Shinnies CUt. sawed and aliaved. Alio Agents for the Danville Planlug Mills. gg-- tl JM: IlUIKilTAt CMIfM.V. inant ! Desirable Town Property. I desire to sell ray dweltlng.house In Stanford, situated on the corner of Main Street and Lo(an , Avenue. The lot fronli 170 reel on Jlain (street anu ouu on Logan Avenue. The houie li trame, newly ! repaired and has six rooms and upper and lower balls. Outbulldlugs good.aal a gooJ ae'cctlon of Itult r. Itlntr. ItucLle btrrr Cordial li Iti (tH Siittin bargain to the trees ou the tot. Will Mil t Craay-Cpurcbuer, J. II A IA'Oll!. r.m.ljr 1IUoi, a. 1 rt.Uf t. Ui IlitU ct ul . Stanford, Kr ul tf ull.tlti , ,1ku r tiif.iM. itit at.!u. vftt it. iriiim rr.m r.r l. hf all Jrant.l. at 50 ...I. b.ltl. T!iCl".t'l,,"r.V," fougtu. ofMivrrt nj .llullrln lll curi Itrnir ilr i'imuii and (Jum 1'rlce Sic. and II a bottle. Uoth for ule by Dr. M. L. I10UUNK, SUnford. AM) LPMI1KK TAKI), On top of the Knol.t, close bj J. Carter'! Grocery titore. ... Particularly, Remarkably and. CORDIAL For the BOWELS. ttl rltlLrrh..l..ilr, Notably-Complete- 41-- SELLS BROTHERS' MONSTER RAILROAD SHOWS! "St. Marv's Saw Mills" JC FOOTR Vnr lt klmlinf on.ril Lumber. Hhlnzlei. not Bnd a better ,uj;kt to lullden and olhen ulttheniielTn. Our motto ! ,"Uop;t S,1,1trl,, lor Benonabte lUtei." t'oitottiie addrcli, lulli lrilEELVIt, Proprietor. ic, LOGS WANTED. tn Fire Crack ER3. nine-tenth- A very large amount probably of fire crackers ip, Kr. are produced at Cinton, where they are made by convicts hired by Fatehing & Chow Hint; from the Government at the rale of three cents a day. All of the work is done inside of the prisons, which consists of a reservation 400 feet equare, staked ofl and surrounded by high bamboo palings The piper employed in the manufacture of firecrackers is tnideof bimboa film, and is without doubt the strongest paper made. Eich cracker is filled, rolled anJ pined by s hand, and the nimble fiagers of the astonishing rapidity . finUh them with The pjwier U difhreat from any other nude, aad despite the fineness of it, is nevertheless equilly as powerful as our beat blasting powder. When reidy for the market, they are sent to Hon? Kong, from wheacs they are distributed all over the world. In the yeir 1S31 half a million boxes of fire crackers were entered in this country. Eich box contaiaeJ forty pics-ageto and each pacha?e from sixty-fou- r eighty crackers. A Ballad of the Sea. The Dolphin cut the briny wave. John Rjach wa on her deck "Right nurrilj we'll sail." he cried, "into a navy checi. If Whitney now were on the main our speed he must admire, and write Jack Roach Old Neptune down or Vulcan fisree in fire." The corkscrew thn was ordered out, the cham pizae atriightwiy roI. Toe Djlpbin made Tae crank-piit is hoi! ft euiJea piute Bat hotter still the akipper U; full tmaj a eiveir aweArj he, and Uncle Sim with cansi down ainkj in the briny sei. He cin nit bltths heited pin, nor Whitnej send to stall Tu nominated in the bond, tbe Djlpaitt'j oa h'u hand. ''For Robeaon now, or nUht'he criej. Hia worda are all in yain. Without a pin the Djlrhin lied a tosiin' on the miin. Anl B)aci, of Cheait comes to ter, leuns at Uat, thoug-h'latbe, that Uncle Sim no new hulks wants, bat a stanch and aojni nivee. Chicago coo-vict- LUMBER! Dressed Pine Flooring, Ceiling, Weather Boards, Finishing Lumber, Green Lumber in the Rough, including Laths and Shingles. I will TDav the hicrliGst price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and Now All United in One Vast Unified R aaL fliaaaiaaaaBaaaaaW tH spaKT Confederation ! -- ," --1" ?tteV??JsBi!wfifc "Ml"' c ,' -- Miiam n f "D JTAST Show World! AT the It. llVuroii of our Lumber, where tbejr can g.t It a cheap a from ui direct. He will alw make eitlruatei for anr bills not ou bsioJi. which we will all on luort notice. 2J4m Kor the convenience of our cuitomeri in vlclnllr we have arranged with Hta-fordan- d tokeeponhlijardianaiiotttuent f.ro. Hickory Logs delivered at any station of the L. & N., K. O. or O. S. R. R. JIRLV1XA' U.IVIH, T t."Tt mWWSEBSw W,I'L EXHIBIT MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr Id & The Direct Route to ram u -- J. 0TTENHEIMER, Crab Orobard, Ky. St. Louis & the West Northwrst and Soulhwtit by the w.y of This Old and Woll - Known I.ori.SVILLEorCl.ci..ATI. Hotol Still Maintains its "'"' ChttarMja MTroine Isvtlle in I Clodbnatilor mikt High Reputation, direct connection AND lti WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 3u 2D i M it Shall be rfecond to no Country Hotel in the State in Ui Fare, Arjrjomtmenti. or Alien tion to Comfort of their Guests. Proprietor ii Determined that going West. (juicier than any othrr line living our ptixews cBoiit oi smis in trams at thove theUght-nlni- r Cxpreti on tbe Ohio lolntiwlih A Mississippi fur bt Louis and all points Writ. Only from Lnulsvllle or Clnclo. 1U TTnnro nstf ti st. Lcmls, ling tw.. boats JaUUrb u Kr'a,Le"- on Id own OKUAT TRAINS and li drawn by lti own locotuotlvei, with Its AKTIsAIiq and Its nondrri neverMn08 rffnmT)ill.tfit .i..- - .k. t ih.n i.. Ecil' With a thousand New, Wonderlul and Attractive F aturca toba i,V..n . . with no nihar canopr. li so great, its lr.flucr.ee to that every railroad makes SPECIAL excursion tales to every performance. " r.r..i. CB-iml- zs in u.. .... t..:.. .tAn.i.r '....... ..i,. the It Comes with the 200 of Bacsaae nlllbs eonvejea to aad from t h free of charae. hpeclal aeroramolatloas to Commercial Travelera. The liar will alnaia saprlled with tae choicest brands of Llqaors aad Clears. J tne guln( by way uf Chicago 12Hours Quicker Xilft V?& ast SURMISING AND ASTONISHING STARS! Jtiemispheres Jei-eiiim- o Laurel-Crowne- d ! Legion of Two Dr. E. J. Nickorson, O. Always &M. makes-Fn Timo and Suro Con Senor Don M'LLE ADELAIDE CORDONA, Th, famous 01 which we name a few at random, being confined for tapce: 200 nootions Physician and Surgeon, Office on With all LIms at Bell, THE GREAT STIRK FAMILY, Of 6up.,I., 4th St.. Points No Ferries! .VoOiiiiilhiiMTriui-ferDanville, Ky. I St. Louis and Intermediate The Greatest Morse Rider of any Age or Country. PIIch and riHtitiit ffJtfWg 7 ured. Pcrlccllj" live. The C.re.le,. Cyc.l.t, on lh, Un.cycle J Bicycle. Mr. WILLIAM SELLS, The Flying horse EquestrlanCbamplon. Mr. H. Gardner, famous railroad from Lima to tbe creat of the Andes at a cost of The Astoundlcg High and Lcfly Leaper, who standi wnnout a itusi. $27,000,000 and 7,000 human Hyes, but j- -a About fifty before completing it. died miles of track remain to be built, A con d Herculean Venus and Queen cC the tract for ita construction has juat been made itltg. of New York. by a brother of Mayor Grace, It is said that tbe secaation of riding up fjCJnb his railroad, together with the rapid ascent, The Btautlful, Graceful and Intrepid llmt-gEqucstrl from the aea level to the mountain's crest cone. produces a aickneeB called "irocche," often Wonderful Aerial Meteors, Trours of Triple Somersault Trouiiesof fital, and usually eendirg people to bed for Isti, Troupes FIvIuk Loapers. Troupes of Antipodeanof Juszlers. Trounes of sword Leanera. the Ills. several weeks. Theeymptoma are a terri- Oltmond Brothers, Athletes, tbe Wonderlul Leslie Broth- - rat. tbe temples, naueea, eri, tuo ureal uocmisou isiotutrs, ble pressure upon bleeding at the noaeatjd ear and faintnees, but the effects can be avoided by taking On Roman Lakilcrs. precautions and observing rules that exZihti suggested, the chief one be perience has ing to drink a glass of brandy and keep perfectly quiet, as tfce slightest degree of The Only Monster Our Mossier World's Menageris, exercir-- will lloor the strongest man. Mcigga carried his Herald. To the Home or No Knifo, Ligaturo or Caustic Used. the Condors. Mr Frank M'lle Marctta, 3JLJL& 'A ffFffi I West, horthwfit anJ oln WmI to any lolat, talton wtlto to the undrrst joM. For full and reliable Information In rrasrd to Land. Ac . In tbe Western State.. Map.. OutJ.i t and ajtlal rates lor Tickets and Household Ooods to all i.otnta West caJl on or address ( II. AIX).', Tassenjer A't Ohio A Mlsilstli( IUllw.y, JwiiB.ru II you are loa-N- witb trains of lines Uinutttlonstnale In Union iln Depot, Ht Louis ,Jii W . f-- Treatment Mild. No Detention From W. W. PEAKODV. C. W. Pres't an I Uan'l ifan'jr, W. a5ffl?ITl5tS. r I Business. Clnrlnnatl. Ohio Ko (nl riis ' Aal ' ' Iron-Jawe- Cure Certain nml rcrmaitcnt. Cine, No Par. GEfiTBnL 1. "JlliiC'GrnM 1 Miss Mildred Gardner, t '-r'- Speoial Attention also Given to Chronic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, Shortest and Qniokest Eouto from Oen tral Kentucky to all Points North, East, West and Southwest. IoIIe.,' - Tlie American Trio, " The Great Boiuali Brothers, and JFnIIj' Tiro Iliuiflred Others is iaou-ate- e He may bite me, but I will kill him. Thb X.- - SiL TiTOS- S. cannibal who eatj me will dream that nibt that ho got hold of tbe wron prescription. -- Bab Burdette. Mm. Paraou), of Linwood, Michigan, give the following treatment for a bone felon. "A lady caat3 here who had been auffarfazover two wejki with a falon on theond of her mUJIe Gogar. I saturated a bitofgratsd wild turnip, the bui of a with snirits of turpantine, and ap plied to the affected part. It relievod the nalo at onc, and In twelvo houra there was ijf&SSrtff, t bote to the bona and tbe felon destroyed; dressed it then with sticking salve, and the lost a doger with Deus by fioaer was well. Having tlio Scoro or Wild Animals felon, r appreciate the remedv, und give Dromedaries it to benefit others." Lilrsof tivrpeots, Clouds ol Ilrllllant Containing every aulmal knoivn to man, and mado 3FL !! iilrds, 1'lumage. by the enly living pair of Hugo The CoNrzsstON or a Smoker. Ye, it HIppopoUiATi ever beheld In captivity. A s On exhibition In America; and positively the only is slavery. Yes A Fnr-Awa- y is a terrible bandage. It Western Wilderness JI ale and Feuale (Irnnd, Graceful and Towering 1 Inhale thesmoke and then blow it out Show, HIPPOPOTAMUS, ! again. It U very silly, ia it not? I do the Showing customs, cottuuies, trails and cliarsckrli-tic- s On ealilblllon In tho wholo world. Ten teams of of sitae thing with tar breath. Same breathe The truo Unheinoth Immortalized by th) Inspired Llepbants In bilks and Silver Harness, gaily wrltlnjs ollloly Job. far away. Wbj comparlsoned, drawing Ten Golden Chariare much pleaaanter far, North Amortcan Indians, Scouts, ots. Elephants In barnesn, Elephant do 1 etnobe cigarr? Because I am the big. Cow Boys and Frontlors building Pyramids. Elephants at , Ei Mahdi Drill. geet and therefore the cigar can not help itmon, self. It ia an economical habit; the smoke Our d Soudanese Uona the Qneitonl- - Herds of Camels, Droves of EanKarooH, lly (JenulneT.cprecentatlves of tbe Claisis named. Herds of Elands, inaia ortnelr Vina en earth, Droves of Antelopes, of the cigar keep the moths out of ray Droves of lllsons, Herds of Zebras, Herri of Glraires, Droves ol Moose, A Full hair. Then I use my tobacco to preserve Complete EBSON", Dens of Arabian Lions, Dens of Jaguars, Dens of LcoDards. human life. Science tell me that three Densoflfvenai. Tigers the only Kbon.Hued Herds of Dromedaries, Dens of I'olar Hears, dropa of the oil of tobacco placed upon the Our DrovH of Tralued Horses, DeniorWItdTlgera, ever seen. And tongue of a rattlesnake or a dog will kill OrctUvHt either or both of them in a minute. 1 j v tremble to think how many time a I wa keel v ' B"A urand Autochtbonlo Collection, consisting of in the very shadow of death before I began raGA,,,.YlT. . ' . i ' a conglutant convocation of nations, in which man to carry a p ug of tobacco around with me Klnu is represented by all National Types and form- ' -. luourcaieai uariu.muracicg, ctnnoiogicai Kntlrrty Now when I meet a mad dog I am eecure. over exhibited. Bseton Journal. world-ltusg- laiaa.c o eros GIRAFFES Two Horned Lairs of Crocodiles, Lairs of Allgatoas, Hosts of Heaven bearing KIocLs of Ostriches, Fast Llco Between As well as all Diseases (ocullar to Women Oi Charges molrsle Dr N. can le consulted freo tcbedule In Efi-c- t Ml40, 1885 of ibareand will be lound at his ott.ee at all times t.r the next three months Ro. 0, Tro.4 " To.li lly pcrmlMlnu be rcfrs to the lollowlns jen-tletuHosru-liovMHosley, CI A. Lackey, b. Irwin, J. B. Ex Hun. Dally Ex. Sue . Stanford. Ky , Jud,-- e I. K. Lee, Tom JIurpby. llu Cook, Du V. Temple, John M, Spoonamor, Lve. Cwlngtoo S 10 am' g 10pm 2 hj p m vllle, Ky , Kev. J. A. Ilojle, Ilu'toiivllle, II. J). Arr. I'arls . 10 a uijli, f.opio ."utton, J S. Itablnton, Lancaster, Ky , Then. 11 " Lexington .... 12 13 plain VJ pni d 10 p m tm. Ky.; J. S. Walker, C.CChrlsman. Klrkuvlllo, Daniel, McMr.. I.ve. I'arls Johnson, Dryantstllle. Ky., J a 10 35 p m 5 II plu' J Ijw-l- s, Arr. Winchester . . 11 V) ney; Ky.,0 J llolny, Lebanon, Kj piu II 00 pw li tifj " ltlcuuiand.... A McOiunts, Howling tampbeilsvllle, Ky.) A. 7Mprr " I jncRiter .... .1 (Ircen. Ky , deo. Eohon, Judrfe J H" Hughes, :,..M j. mi " Itowijn.I 6 ttpm Harrtxlsburg, Ky.jC.C. ahuuiate, McAfee, Uy. " Lve. Richmond... '.' OS put I ' Arr. Here " Llvlugi ton.. . B 00am1 LEXEGTO. CIXCI.WATl li I. ,eo. ?JI"" and Egypta, Salilo-Matit- AFRIC AND Coal-Ula- .iir ..- .evum&ak s ,es!P,r.,'Wi i.n. uz$M&a& cine somewhat skilled 1 TO m I 21 p m "" ery remedy I could think of for years !irsspa-rlll- a Ltb' IS f1'","""1 combined with overy form of I'iiIiiiIj', "Ou- - Arr. Winchester... . 7 09 a ml i 23 a 8 01 a ml 3 is a "a" tlcura." pills ol every Llnl and hundreds ol other MrTttl remedies, lotions anil alkali washes of evcrv kind, Lv. texlngton 7 13 a in ' . '" p mi .' 30 pm but tber all gave only temporary relief. During Lve I'arls 8 13 a in 3 2,1 n in .1 .11 ,',, thaanrluzoflSSi her lower extremities became so Arr. Covlnirton II 80 a in fi U0 p mi 6 33 jim lutlauied and sore that she was obliged to keep them constantly coated with a covering of "Ful.ttAYMVIXM-- IIItANCII. ler's Earth," mixed wet and allowed to dry on. Among other things, she was aitllctod with a perioccurring regularly every odical norvoua headache, No; 5T, Ko. M. mm ilavi. aomptlmi'i followed br Intermittent Dally fever for weeks at a time, o tlut bcr Ule became a Kx. Sun. Ei. Sua. burdcuto her. This ij ring I determined that she should lake Lve Oovlnttnn... 2 oo pm " Lexlnglon S.8. 8., and follow strictly thedlrectlons in regard 7 23 a m M pm todosc. diet, etc This was about stvoa weeks " Paris... 8 20 a m fi 23 p m large bottle thedlst-asago. Alter taking tbe flril Arr Mavtvlllrt HMO a ni 7M pui seemed to lucreast, the burning, inning anu in. Ilammatlun became unbearable. She, however, No." 8 i" "No. persevered In fK. CJ W&ff& Our Grand, Speotaoular, Stately, Splendid, ing tho second the use of the medicine Afer tak-to Dally Dally bottie the Inihiitmitlon h'gati Ex. Sun Kx. Sun Sumptuous, Flashing? naming subside. After the third boitlu the lull munition disappeared, sore poti dited up aud turned white Lvo Maysvlllo, 5 43am1 t 00 p in and scaly and finally ahe brushed them oil lu au Arr I'arls 8 10 a ml a 13 p m Lexington., Impalpable white powder rcsemb.lng pure salt. 910am 0 10 p m Is now taking the sixth battle, thttn Covington She I) sn m fi 00 pm four times dally. Every appearaoro of NnKB.-Tra- lns 3 nrd 4 aro dally between WlnT tne dlsca'obaa gone and her tlosli Is becoming soft, whltB and smooth again; and what Is mora, her eUesler. Lexington and Covington: other lrnlL' periodical headaches have disappeared and she Is aredally except 8undar. now, at S3 years of age, enjoying the onlv good rraln No, 1 runs via Lexington and Parts, and health she lias kcown lor iipwii'dsof tOyeari, Ne " Hiiirucsier am 1'aru, With flourish of Trumpets, beating of Drums, rlylng wonder she dirlarea with emphasis that every Direct conn, ctlons aro mado at Winchester colors, Mags, banners and bannerets, making wlfh thousand limes its Chesapeake A Ohio Mr Mt. iter) ng A.lilaud bottle of ', 8. 8. Is worth Huntfugton, Charleston, weight In gold. Va., and Ecrn CU A Grand, Triumphant Jubilation or InconmV? Any further Infonuill6n ronternlut her eato Fast Lln' m !t an.l 1 r,.n ... .... . will becheerfu Ir ulveu by herself at her resi ceivable Splendor, MM Trains, With Pullman S'eepl, g 0,V. tAweti' dence, 133 Mullett street, cr by rue. JOHN I . ItUADLEV all the previous shows of pomp and -J aJnBdtt!nSio,,:iI,,C.bcraai V 4 pageantry, Is given on the morning or our entry, freo . . ThMH., . .11.-- .Detroit, Mleb., May in, 835. ofchargelo all. A scene ol bbowy bplendor on the ,. i.i'kkii aim .iiumu . iteatlnatonrrarhnii.i ..cii,,..,.i cllcckn.1 In inv highway ot town. U. T"' ." H,. fc.-" 8. F U. MOUSE, Besuretoget thegimuliieand send for Tnatlst W. H. WIIIT1 1.E8EY, Passenger AKwit? u Dleisev fno For tale by Trav. Pass. Agent, Open on the Streets. Twelve Hands of Music. Hnnipsscd Elephants, t'nmelp, Klks' rn lllood and bkTHE SWIFT SPECIFtC CO.. all Drufglsts. c.w.sMirD,K3r and Zehrns. Tlio Uraudest Street rrocesslon Eter 'Witnessed. DrcwwS, Atlanta, (in. 'Jmmral Manager, (Aug. 7) IV W. 3d at., New York, o,tV."..Li1A,i Nonrn. Bound. Fortho benefltol sullcilng tumanlty and In Lve. Livingston. beartfdt cratltude at the wonderful results. I " lieroa deem It only my duty to give this unsolicited tes iy wne uai Arr.Jtlchn.ond .. timony in favor orawlits tpccmc. been atlllcteil with hereditary Eczema or Salt Lve. IliwIanfTT Itheum from her Infancy; It has Increaied in " liincsiter ., lth each tucceelng spring, aud lielnic Arr. Illchunnl myseir, i tried evin me -- ECZEMA I 'Pii Ho. II No. 10 3 n in . No. 1 i iX) li Ti a ml. am,., 7 13 1 03 II O'l ami., am .. a"m.. and Japanese ea Circus, : The . . iC W " Arubiuii Clrcna over Boheld. NoaTU-GoUN- I fr SOUTII-Bop- 6' Street g eant 'rt. xgL ;pr T WSLZl&di n mrsrT kl4 . varVi: " 1 GrlbM-oldstie- e 1 K n.w.Wk' J,a