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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885082501 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. ! Sfetttt VOL. XIV. Simiceltlnnieriorlournal PMftHMherf & Kin LINCOLN COUNTY. OARRARD ittfttfuf Imifital NO. 50. WILLIAMSBURG. WHITLEY COUNTY. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1885. HUSTONVILLE, COUNTf DEPARJMENT. Tii"(tni and TrlAnw 8'J.UO l'JSll ANNUM Whsapald itrtctlr la advance. It we hT. to wall hot time, 13,00 will be charted, W. P. WALTON. IN NEMORIAM. We lire called upon to record the denth of Fleece Huston. It in moH mJ 111 lotion, and cota a dark and chilling shadow on many a heart. He wm taken so suddenly ill, and lit death followed in euch quick iuccealon the death o( bis younger brother, Dvld,(onlv two weeki interred ing) that it give the weight of a calamity to the cruthed family. Fleece wm a kind and affectionate rod, the joy of bli parent' He heard, and loved by bin associates. was a young man of unexceptionable char icier. Hi) warm pympathiei were all with integrity, goodnest and religion. The Providence which removed from eirth thia noble boy, reemi inrcrutable and to it we bow in eubmiMion. we could push lb. gates of I Iff, And lUntl within and .11 (iod'a working. see; We could interpret all thti doubt and etrife, And for each tnystery fled a key." Cut down in young manhood, when life gave promise of a bright future, he has gone into wider and broader sphere of life 'If Jt and activity. Lotc and kindnee are never lot, but in all worldi must lire in and lire forever. He had every care and attention which love could give him, and his pifing into the betutilul and eternal life wan made smooth by the mini try of gentle hand and loving hearts. 1 1 In journey through this stage of mortality was brief and now he has entered upon that form of spirit life which follows the d I evolution of the flesh. His kindred and acquaintances will mourn for him, but we feel that their sorrow will some day be turned into joy and the bitterness of the prerent dark night into an eternal and beautiful morning. Mauy ANi Jennie H. Btoomington, III. THE LARGEST SHOW IN THk WOULD I spent a few hours last week at G. C. Lyons' and was surprised to And so complete, well arranged and elegant an establishment an la his residence and its surroundings, Chris hae displayed wisdom and liberality in all his improvements and has changed the old, common place farmhouse into a princely home. His premises might be studied certainly with pleasure probably with profit, by any aspiring housekeeper. Fo Sale ok Rent. A desirable farm containing about 110 acres, all In cultivation, situated on the Huslonville and Llbertr turnpike road, joining the limits ot the former place, which we will oiler to tho highest bidder on Tuesday, the 1st day of September, 1885, between the hours of 10 and 12 on the premised. If we do not sell said farm we will rent to the higheot and best bidder. For particulars call on John Kills, at Hustonville. Terms made known on day of sale. We will also offer at the lame time and place, two brood mares and r two old mules. John Ellis, Naomi Cooper, Mary M. Ellis. (ID 3t) Mrs. Martha McAlister and daughter, Mattie, are at Jno. O. McAlister. L, C. Alcorn is spending a few days among old friends. W. M. Bogle and wife, of Stanford, and Dr. J. C. Bogle, of D.nville, were with homefolks Sstuaday and Sunday. Miss Julia Bradley is at Springfield, Geo. Ryan in Virginia. The Camp Meeting at Jucction City is drawing as usual. Two remarkable conversions reported Sunday. D.Taylor and Milton Allen while leaving the grounds as proud charioteers had their buggy smashed and proceeded on their way humble and penitent pedestrians, Sic tixin-li- t two-yea- Ae Sells Brothers'' Enormous Railroad Show United in one Great Confederation. This splendid, populir and most honor- ably conducted Menagerie, Circus, Caravan and Museum, rumors of whoeecomlng have alretdy created much comment, is at last positively announced to give afternoon and evening entertainments in Stanford, Wednesday, September '2 This stupendous combination of Railroad Shows Is meeting this reason with patronage so extraordinary that the management have been frequently compelled to give three exhibitions a day in order to accommodate the immenre Excursion are arcrowds in attendants. ranged on the different railroads from all points within a radius of fifty miles from the place of exhibition, and the distances are rare when the trains do not come in crowded to their capacity with visitors. Their tents, although the greatest both in number and mignitude of any show traveling, aro frequently found inadequate to hold the people, and order to give the varied programme in detail, and without omitting any of its features, the management find their many acres of canvas to bo an absolute necessity, hippo The pair of huge polaiui owned by Mefsru. Sells are the only pair in tho chtiro world, and tho only pair that havo ever been exhibited, or probibly ever will be. They uro truly the behemoths of holy writ, the wonderful fcrip-turmarvel dercribed in holy Job. The herds of giraftea owned by Mesers. Sells are also curiosities gieater thaa any owned bv niiy other show. The entire world of include wonders rare and strange from all families of tho quadruped world. list of 200 firet claw performers , The qualed glnxy of superior merit, is an unf iml leads nm thine which we have- - ever seenorhetrdofin the known worlJ 200 artists and every artist i i star. In a word, tho circus and menagerie tre superior to any other traveling or tent exhibition of which anything la known, nnd will,Ve are confident, meet with surprising euccem here. IUti.wAY From London to Bombay. The proposed railway from London to Bombay will, it is estimated, extend over a distance of nearly eeven thousand inilea and thin dUtance it is calculated can be' traversed in nine day, or an average of thirty-fiv- e mllemn hour. Th route cou templated is through Paris, Madrid, Gib blood-ewearing ani-malall-st- Lincoln seems to have sustained its reputation at the Adair county fair. Thus: lu the ring for coach teaun the premium was awarded to C. C. Carpenter; saddle mare or gelding, J, P. lUttt; rockaway maroor gelding, C. C. Carpenter; Fastest trotter stallion, mare or gelding, John S. Good; (general utility) stallion two and under three years, J. P. Rifir; gen. utility mare three and under four yoari, W. M. Dodd; horse, F, F, Sindidge; combined mire. M.M.Sandidge; Fastest trotter, horse, mare or gelding, Jno. S. Good; sa Jdle stallion, four years and over, C. C. Cirpentet; saddle stallion, two and under three years, J. P. Rlffe; saddle mare, three and under four years, W M. Dodd; saddle stallion, mare or gelding, F, F. Sindidge. Universal dullness in business circles. The Internal affairs of the county being settled and its foreign relations having been intrusted to safe hands, politics no longer figures on the daily programme. During several dais we have been without any startling revelations on the subject of the "iircjecled railroad" and hence will be permitted to gather this year's crops off the right of way. In a highly moral community like ours we have no breaches of hw, and if a gentleman, rigged in hli most stunning toggery, happens to receive a paper big of egg4 fired against his head in a playful manner as occurred 8unday morningthe thrower looses the eggs and the throwce looses the soap, and the lookers on have the amusement on a free ticket. com-bleed Very Remarkable Discovery. BTANFORD, KENTUCKY. Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester, Michigan, ! The docket of the Court of Appeals em- writes. "Mywlfahas been almost helpless for Office on Lancaster street, next door to InteAll parties wanting brick or stone work of any braces 332 cases, those from the 8 th Dis- fire years, so helpless that she could not t urn orer rior Journal office. Office hours from 8 to 12 a. kind done will find it to their advantage to comm. and 1 to 6 M. Anesthetics administered whes V. II'. 1IOOXJ?, municate with trict being set for the eighth day Septem- In bed alone. She used to bottles ot Electric Bit necessary. f. 154-- 1 jr. 41-l- tn Halls Gap, Ky. ten and Is so much Improved that she Is now able ber 21. to do her own work." E'cctric Bitters will do all 109 Francis vs. Burnett, Wayne. that Is claimed or them. Hundreds o( testimonials attest their great curatlre powers. Only 60 " 110 Snow vs. Burnett, I oner for sale privately mv Farm. Ivlnc Imme cents a little at Penny McAllster's. 111 Kelsey vs. Long, Russell. diately on the pike between Milledgevllle and Htanford, containing Acres or first-ra- te Clark, etc., vs. Roberts, etc., Pulaski. Itlue-QraExcitement In Texas. Land, The Farm Is in a good state of 113 Vaughan vs. Robison, etc.. Lincoln. In cultivation; fences and Great excitement has been caused in the vicinity 220 Acioe in grass; 50 buildingscorn. good repair; I tent pays Acres In Jamea vs. Buchanan, Lincoln. ot Paris, Texas, by tho remarkable dlscoreryof over 8 per cent and taxes. Ad Ires me at HustonMr. J. E Corley, who was so helpless he could not ville, Ky. WHATHEIll'OUV. 115 Moore vs. Moore, Boyle. 46-- 1 m be turn Ic bndor ralso his head; The Supreme Court has 292 cases docket- was dying ot consumption. A. eTcryloJy said Dr. trial bottle of ed. Thoee from the 8th District will re- King's New Discovery was sent him. Finding receive attention Sept. 21, They are: lief, he bought a largo bottlo and a box ot Dr. A Desirable Farm Containing about 100 King's New Ufe Pills, and by the time be bad 150 Cook vs. Commonwealth, Russell, Are you falling, try Wells' IlriLTrt Kb- Aorcs of Good Land, taken two boxes of Pills aud two bottles ot the HEWEK, a puru, cieuu, wuuicsuuiu 167 Holland vs. Same, Casey. Nearly all in cultivation, situated on the Stanford Discovery, be was well nnd bad gained In flesh 80 and Lancaster turnpike road, about 2 miles from 163 Kitey Si Camp vs. Murphy, Pulsaki. pounds. Trial bottles ol this Great Discovery for Lancaster, Ky. Well Improved. Will be sold For Brain, Nerves, Btomach, Liver, KUneys, privately. Any one In need ol such a Farm can 159 Ballon ys. Jones, etc., Pulaski. Consumption tree at 1'enny A McAllster's. Lungs. An UoequaJcd luTlsroruit. Cures get the particulars by calling on J. Potter on the 1G0 Ztchary's Admr's vs. Hicks, ect., Pu- )Uce or addressing the undersigned at Gilberts CAeer Up I Help is at Hand. .reek,;Llncoln county, Ky. Headache, Fever. Arrue, Chills, laski. IlOLTZCLAlt; "I am afraid I shall hare to bo taken to the hosC 3m DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. Agent lor E. 11. smith's Heirs. 131 Higgins, etc. vs. Town of Crab Or- pital or to tho pour house. I hare been sick to chard, Lincoln. Nice to take, true merit, unequaled for long that my husband, good and patient as he is, Rer, Sam Jones. TORPID 'LIVER, nnd Might can't stand tho worry and eipense much longer." 102 Neal & Cx, vs. Oholson, etc., Boyle. Oj li(tior: Nervous Sexual Decline. No you wont, dear wife and mother, See what Leanness, "I tell you Christianity nnd liquor wont 1G3 National Bank of Lancaster vs. Mil Parker'a Tonic will do for you. Plenty women as I will deliver Ic) to regular customers In Stanford gl.iw per Got, 0 for $3.00, nt Droajista. K. 8. wells, Jersey City, N. J., U. 8. A. and vicinity every inoralng at Boyle. ler, etc., stay in the same hide. badl otfas you are lino been rescued almost from "Nobody but an infernal scoundrel will 1C1 Taylor's Adin'r etc. vs. Commercial tbo grave by It. It will build you up, curing all ailments of tho stomach, liver and kidneys, and Is Bank, etc., Boyle. pell liquor and nobody but an infernal fool Accounts-duat the close ol each month, or ' simple, plcaunt and safe. rben customer outts. 105 Sweeney vs. Ray, Jr., Garrard. will drink It." I9-- t f E. A HOW. A'of a Single Gray flair. Oj Hell: There ii no use in sowing wheat on wet thing," "You mayliuzh anl think mo a vain "In tho last 200 years there never hns and swampy ground, and if there shouldbe writes Mrs. J. 11. C, of San Francisco, to a friend bean preacher that had any power with any wet places in the wheat field thia fall In this city, "but I have not a gray hair In my God or influence with men that didn'i be they should be carefully and completely head, and yot (sad to aay) I am fifty and a day, AMERICA'S GREATEST WONDER lievo in real burning, scriptural brimstone drained before the wheat is sown. These ltecently my hair was not only quite gray but Buchu-Paib- a Write for club rates and get 10 or more of'your qulto thin, too. Parker's Halr.Balsaiu mado in friends to visit this interesting Citve. Season the hell." Rcmnrknblo Cures of Cfttarrhof Kid-npwet placei will not produce any wheat uc- - Now York, I thlnk-d- ld wonders forme. Try It tickets to Cave frco to summer boirders. The Madder, Inllammatlon, Irrltationof 60 His idea of men: lesj drained, out ir drained will produce a If you bao occasion. It really does what I say coolest summer resort known. A Thsrmometer atnml lllulilcr. Ktnno or OraTc! Dis degrees at the mouth of civ?. good bind in eases of tho Prostato Gland, Dropsical there is Bnylhinj; I lmve a perfect good yield, and more than likely the first and restores the coler also." Not a dye, -- not tendance. ' Swelling, Female Diseases. IncontinIF. C. COJISTOCK. taillew dog, crop will pay all the expense of draining, greasy, bljhly perfumed. Only rellablo 50 cent ence of Urine, nil Dlsouses of (ho Ocnlto-- I it is a two contempt for Lesuee Mammoth Cavo Hotel, Urinary Onrans In either sex. For Un- dressing. CnvoCltyKy. and wo have cot n good many of them in aud the increased productiveneu of the Lancaster. Rev. Dr, Baul, of Virginia, occuptfd the pulpit at the Baptist church Sunday morning and evening. Miss Jennie Salter, of Danville, is the guest of relative here Geo. Denny, Jr , of Lexington, is in town. II. C. Arnold, Jr., sold to Woodcock & Co , of Danville, five head of butchtr cattle, weight 1,810 lbs. at 3J cents; 2 bead ot butcher cattle, 1,075 lb. at 3 cents W. F. Henry sold to rame parties 7 head, weight 0,750 Ibi. at-- cents. Jim Dillon has taken pity on the unsightly condition of the City Hall and is doing it up brown bath on the outside and interior. Jim is a painter from the village of that cognomen and we know when be gets through with it, it will be a ''thing of beauty" and possibly a "a joy forever." The Stanford and Lancaster Base Bill Clubs played a match game here Saturday evening, which resulted in a yictory for the latter club, the score standing 13 to 12 at the close of the eleventh inning. Oar boys are very jubilant over having beaten a League club and are now in a condition to tackle anything, The corn crop in Garrard this year will be a good deal better than the average. Tobacco, however, is not so good as last season. The decreased wheal crop is still a matter of much remark by the farmers. Mr Jo. Arnold threshed a twenty acre crop the other day and only got eleven bushels. This is about the sirs of the wheat yield in the county. Died, Sunday morning, of fever, Lizzie, youngest daughter of Jas. B, Mason, in the 17th year of her life. Funeral services wereconductod at the Christian church by Rev. Goodloe; interment in Lancaster cemetery Sunday eyening. A long procession of relatives and friends followed the remains of this beloved young lady to their last resting place. As regards the erection of dwelling houses, Lancaster appears to be on a boom The Building and Loan Association, which is nourishing and assuming large proportions, have had several applications for buildings which they will soon begin work on. In addition to this a good many are preparing to build on their own hook and it begins to look as if the scarcity of places to live in will soon be thing of the past in our little city. Saturday night ha the north bound express pulled nut from Jelico and after it hsd croMed the Fik Fork bridge, some colored folk uut Into n row and our town msrshsl attempted to make an arrest, hut one nl the pirlies jumped off the train before the arrest w mule. A few minutes nfierwards John Thoniits called on Marsh Leforc lo search n colored can by the name of Din Shaw, Baying that the darkey had drawn a pistol on hitn or had a pistol in his pocket. Leforca called on John Thorna?, George Thomas and Parks Bui lock to assist him in taking the pistol away from Shaw, John Toomaa immediately drew hi. pistol nnd presented it at Shaw telling him to hold up his hands. The darkey said he had no pistol and caught Thomas by the arm. While Le force was searching Shaw for the pistol John Thomas shot Sliaw in tho breast just aboye the right nipple and in a very few minutes or almost instantly George Thomas ran up behind the parties and shot Shaw in the back and from tho effects of the two wounds Shaw died in a very few minutes. He was brought to Williamsburg and put of! the train: On Sunday morning Judge Davis had a jury summoned consisting of Thos Omara, G. C. Brassfield, Joel Wilder, H Chinn, J. F. Sutton and W. L. Adkins and held an inquest on the body. Several witnesses were examined, including John and George Thomas, who were introduced first. After which Marshal Leforce, Parks Bollock, R. II. Watkins and Sam Page were introduced, who corroborated each other in their evidence. The verdict of the jury was rendered according to the above: "That the deceased came to his death from the effect of wuunds inflicted by John Thomas and George Thoraip." The Thomas boys erenow in jailor under guard at the jail, It was reported that another colored man was killed at Jelico tho earns night, tho particulars o' which have not been ascertained. N. A. R. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. THE BEJr SALVE In the world for Cuts, Ilrulsrs, Sores, Ulcers, Silt Iltieum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped llandi, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Files, or no pay required. It liguiraateed to giTo porfect sat lsfactlon, or money rclundcd. Trice 23 cents per box. For sale by Tcnny A McAlister. CENTRAL UNIVERSITY. College of Philosophy, Letters and Science, Richmond, Ky. NEXT SESSION OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2, 1885. ADVASTJU1K8.- -A Full Faculty of able and experleticed Instructors, Comprehensive coarse of study and thorough Instruction. Completeness o( buildings and apparatus. hoclal Inllnence: The community Is distinguished for Its refined young men find homos In tba II EST fauilllf. Nnt Kilnnn in i,. ntr. culture and hospitality and ilealthl'nlness of Locatlont-Rlchmis at an elevation ofl.OOOIeet .above the e.t and free Iron, all malarial influcnci-s- . AeeenillltJi nichwondls tho goographlctl centre of the State, In the heart of the BLUE OKA88 region and la within a few houraliy rail of Louisville, Cincinnati, Knoxvllle and Chattanooza Moderate Kxpenses: Board in the New Memorial Hall, lighted gas and hcaud by steam ai elegant, comforable home 1112 60 per annum, and In the best families br from 3 to 81 per week. ToU. necessary expenses lor the ten months, Irom 1160 to J 3 10. Forfull Information and catalogue, apply to C. II. JtLAXTOX, D. Chancellor ond J. M'ROBERTS, & STAGG, Opera House Block, Drang, Chemicals, PalnlH, Oils, Stanford, Ky.,.. Wines. Oar Jewelry, Id of Cel. Thos. Richards, who will Repair natches and Clocks promptly and In tho best style. luHtriicmontc, Pocket Tobaccos, Cutlery, Lamps, Perfumery, Sfacliln Fire Arms, Needles. Silverware and Optical Goods Department Is Chargo Cigars, Wall Paper, BookH, Stationery, Soaps, Liquor Mnslcal ' H. C. RUPLEY! I have received and still receiving NEW GOODS r.rSPRING& SUMMER Comprising the bostln the market, which will be Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to None in City or Country. Give Mo n Trial. n- - a. :rtt:p:ii.e-- 2 Office STJItGEON DENTIST, 8TANFOBD, KY. SB. W. B. PENNY, IjBB V. HUFFMAN, the Myers Hotel: Pure Nitrous Oxld Gai administered when South side Main Btreet, two doors above 31jTJ3Va:i8JbJE. 47-l- m z All classes of Uulldlrjg Material for sale at my premises on the Hustonville pike. JP. 11EII), Stanford. Dontlst, TO BUILDERS FARM FOR SALE! ffit Ill Ill J. ir. W30 DTSPEPSIA, 3F"CD3El. SLXjijE: ! JOUXF. ICE! ICE! ICE! ONE CENT- PER POUND It. It It Sweats, Malaria, Weakness, iBiifyftiii!iiflBftl MAMMOTH CAVE! 'If leed, tnisountry." ' "MmI men have their faccn toward hell nad if they tvvar set to 'heaven, they will have to back'in." WheiuS in wag in Vcb, Texas, ho asked all who had never 'talked about their neighbors to stand up. Fivo women roe. An investigation, since made, shows that they were all dumb, At High Bridge, S.m wai us, hard ou tho church members i$ on outside dinner. Ho h quoted a saying: "And I want to say right here that if any of you are members of the church nnd drink whisky, you aro are it hypocrite of tho deepest dye. An old Methodiet demi phn, An old Biptist jug. An old Preaby. terian decanter, half full all tho time, and every time your poor wife wants to go to KeHt,. to Kurrachee and Bombiy. church sho' una to stick her arm in tho of no' old demijohn nnd walk with Uie will be mado of the existing railways handle arid Spiln, and steam transit that. I have a oontempt for you you old in France will be eitftbUebed from tho Uty of Gib- hog." The wretched state of aflairs in Rowan raltar to Ceuta, in Morotc , from which la'., ter point will begin the internal railway, county torn by factions and ruled by 'conrings, its courts debsuched nnd Kooundrels the works of which will have to bs structed in Morocco. This line will then filling its executive oflicea ilcmandi that form a junction with the system of the its ccrporate existence be blotted out, ami railways under the administration of tho its territory bo divided out among tho ad French Railway Company in Algeria nnd joining o uitics. Dcrp'rulo disrates reTunisia. Thence the route will continue quire heroic treatment, and we Lopo the through Tripoli and form a junction with next Legislature will abolish the county railway system. From Ejypt and wipe Itfl name from the mnp of the tho Egypt! Times. the rotte to India wauM be continued to State theKtphntei, nnd thin along tho cjsjI of Ninety out of every hundred predictions Gulf to Kurrachee, thence to the made by the French Weather Bureau last Bombay, Cnhutlti nnd Mairae. "N. Y. year proved true to a dot. Sun. F-TIn land forever afterward will be clear proGt. A machine for shelling peas ha? been invented, Tho peas are placed upon a plat form of ton machine and fed by hand tq Consumption Cured. An oU physician, retired from practice, baring bad placed In bis hands by pu East India mission ary tho formula of a simple vegetable remedy for . -- Masonlieimer's Rgstaurant OrpostTK Coubt-Uous- e A.T- a drum through a hopper at the top. They Lung Allcctlona, nlsja positive and ra Ileal euro aro then submitted to the action of' beaters, forscrvous debility and alt Neuroua Complaints, which open tho p3ds and and allow the aftr having tosted Its wonderful curative powers of cases, Ins felt it his duty to make L peas to (all through the meshes of a wire in thousands eufferlug fellows.- Broncbltts, Catarrh, Astbm&'lnd ell Tbroat and DANVILLE,.- - - - KENTUCKY, Actuated by J.'. n'.JIASOXIIEIJlEn Jb CO.. It known to his Danville, Ky. Boston Journal. cloth- this motlro and a desire to relievo human sutTcr-inj- r, I will sand frco of charge, to .all who desire Thejudges at the late election asked a it, this recipe, In German, French or English, PIANOS, OltGANS, MUSIC, Ac voter if he was for calling a Convention, with full directions for preparing and 'usIngj,Sent We aresgontafjr tho old and rellablo John (meaning Constitutional Convention) and by mall by addretslng with stamp, naming1 this Church Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio, for the sale of Organs, Automatic Musical Instruments and paper, W. A. Noycs, 119 Powers Block, Rochesrecoived tho prompt reply that the voter ter, N. Y. Musical Merchandise in Lincoln aud Garrard counties, Kentucky. Jlonthllf 1'atiinctltn thought: "Primary elections, though somereceived until nil J for. The t Ntainluril Co., Hazelton times corrupt, were the fairest." He yoted makers: wm KnabeA New Kngland PI llros., anos, Decker A Hon, L'verett and Carllslo Mer A. 2 acainst the Convention, either uiirlght or miuare. InOrgaus. tho following makers: dough A Warren, John cury. Church ACo, and the sterling, with tba patent Clitino ltollH Attachment. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Taiuooa Puddinci. Oao cupful ol tapiThe CWfNft'oii.un Automatic Musical Instrument, toe most perfect in the world. l oca, one quart of mitk, ono Louisville- And tba Illustrated catalogues tent Irco to all who apply, f cup of sugar. Soak tap of butter, also the best rcfitrraces froui tboie who have bought and trledany of thoabavo musical instruioca in milk four hours, and then add the ments. Address us at Itanford, Ky. tii-M- Meals are served at .all houta. Game ivs on band and In its season, orstcrs frcih nsji.aud almond on short liar dellcacVfesservcaln all styl notice. Look out for the sign "Woa rant" and call when you aro hungry tnlnL use Clianln's Couttltu tlon Witter Brnip, 51.00 per bottle, ncd Chnpln'a Syphilitic 1111s. $2.00; nnd SyplilllUo Bnlvc, Sl.OO. 0 bottlea tvnip. 2 of 1111s, 1 Halve, by Espress on rJcelpt of S10.IX), or nt Druizists. H. H- - Wkua. Jerser Citv. N. J.. V. 8. A. IjiyfTiaTTiatsuaggBrasBrini 'I III ,iHHW r Cha-pin- 's il C2B. &S-- -- 1 s?q C3 r 3' jr"fc'Tj !:n uo r fl . - c i CO n6 ii g s-s.-- li H m r ; mini Combination -- n H- JSzSao il -i-- . - mTOK n ce J zzz - " (Tf.1 m TO "" Si. one-hal- Btke slowly one hour. other ingredient'. The Household. Weekly Courier- - Journal Ouo V " l- o V s m 37-l- jer for only fit:i two pan;rs for more than the prlco of one. Courier-Journa- little A It. Ar lj. J. COOK. Im" Z - C ". Tho b3tt way of aobjring up is to bathe the head and wrists in cold water and take a portion of bromide of potassium and aromatic ammonia or velerinn. Two tons of gold, worth $1,000,000, are lost every year from the wear nnd tear of commerce and personal use. It is related that President Cleveland hae promised Qjv. Hoidly to make a pilgrimage to Ohio during the cimpaign and Hendricks has promis-odt- o that make aotno speeches in the State. Vice-Preside- By paying us 53 you will receivo for ono year l, your liouin juier with tbo the representative newspapor of the South, democrat-lonn- d for a tnrlil for levenue only, and the best, brightest and nllost family weekly In tho United Mates. Ttift-- e who desire to exniulno a sample can do so at this etbee. copy of tho Courier-Journal CO Many a Lady is beautiful, all but her skin ; J.i TO i 2. vm. LU 3 jfSfi. 'J l'J 1 ffiB5 7? 5 12 1 le4 thaift ui th.it (Uu feme tie, atvt h1 (J a taken tha " l mil li7if JiirSLr.lj. f -- cu u Miici.r. lira mi, lylbs CiDi.lcna-.I.EFTA- ."AYS. UUIKIUl l Hull, It ('vet uiuUo !7i::Cie!:slCi a AU'RI'IIV IIROS.. I iU, hit won the Uvor U the Kibltcani now not Ti and nobody has ever told her how easy it is to put beauty on the skin. Beauty on the skin is Magnolia Balm. Ai -- w'sffn .VT81 ,""! ltsJ ?H tl P- it I, - o ,tl r. rrrn 6 -- C3 tJ riT2i i.t: b Si 8 cr ty. i Sfl i: t ts 1 k 1 M5 i c o 1'"'"'" lirijiota, SMby IirurgUa. 1 r r1 EJ. 'lkcel.SU. toMiT" forms remained imprinted on the ashes in which they were imbedded, which afterwards hardened in the lspre of ages al Oeti in a Good Word for the Hotel most into stone. Tbe present superintenDEALER IN August 25, 1885 Stanford, Ky dent of excavations when the workmen Clerk and then Visits Pompeii. came upon a body adopted the plan of Hardware, Groceries, Saddles Horse Shoes, ALWAYS fRAISING TUB LOUD. carefully removing the bones from the Qnecmware, Buggy Nails, Iron, W. P. WALTON. hollow space, through an aperture of the f, Cane MIIIh, UAraesft, Buggy Wheels, Stoves, 'PjiosPEcr Point," Lajjdotjb, N. India, crust and then filling the cavity with plas Cider Mills, Lap Covers, Grates, Spoltcs, July 4th, 1885, ter; In this way givlg the exact appearance The papers are publishing a cock and Corn Shelters, Collars, Stoneware, Rims, Continental Toun Continued: as to attitude of the poor creature at the bull dorr to tbe flect that Mr. Tilden, in. NArLES, Feb. 27, '85. We had another time of the death struggle. It must not be Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Wooden ant cented at President Cleveland for asking delicious concert last night, till late bedappoint-- ' supposed that in this city of 30,000, even hie advice In regarJ to certain Oast I'umpi, and tho Celebrated Kayfleld Elevator. Tin Boottime. The clerks in the office say they The first menta in New York and then ignoring bis the greater portion perished. ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. hear it every night until they get tired of catastrophe was suggestions entirely, has broken with the weariness premonition of the great it. At which we wonder where salesmen John iirluht, Jr. covered the town administration and will hereafter refuse it The terrifio prevalence of cholera in wi exquislto melody a shower of ashes that The appointment Spain can be imagined when it is stated can come in, with such counsel, aid or comfort. to the depth of 3 feet, allowing time to touchine the tvmpanum with its mellow of postmaster Peirson at Xew York was that there hare been over 150,000 cases and most to eecape. Probably thote who perchords. But the hotel clerk is a THE NEW GROCERY AND HARDWARE HOUSE OF the primary cause of the breach, which nearly 62,000 deaths. ished, wero chiefly, those who returned afofficial, to whom sentiment is a reclamation by tbe was widened beyond while many stranger more than to most employee. terwards to rescue valuables, 10TES OF CURRENT EVENTS. subecnuent appointment of Hedden and were doubtless paralyzid with fear and so Music is noise and racket to him, with the otner federal officers ol the city of New The newspapers and their outfits in condition, let the golden moments, available forescape say that when the United States are valued at $96,500- ,- whom racket is such a normal York. The story goes on to by. Toe whole number thit peri-be- d that quiet stillness is the only thing he slip Mr. Cleveland was in that citv on the occa- 560. is estimate i at 2,000. It took the Mississippi democrats 19 craves. Perhaps it is an aggravation to The strata of superincumbent material in sion of the Grant objequles, Mr. Tilden reMr. Manning, the lat- hours to nominate T. M. Miller for Attor- hear the fran:s rattling on the pavement course of removal tells the awful tale. First Would kl.dlynk yourattettlon to the fact tht they hare Juit returned Irora tho cltlea with alar futed to see him or without dropping into his pocket, who gets tr.b and well selected stock of CHOICE ter of whom KOt a severe tongue lashing ney General. the shower of ashes 3 feet in depth, then scant pay for harder work than the musiSage of from one of the Satellites of the The St. Louis Sugar Refining Compa- fiery deluge of red hot pumice stones, a Grammercr Park. There la probably no ny, with a capital stock of $750,000, has cian is doing. I am trying to make excus- of all sizjs increasing the depth S feet. for the hotel clerk, for there must be es truth in the story. Mr. Tilden is too great been organized. Ths must have been certain destruction to In end loss terlety, dilutr In quality acd aatlifactory In price; tbli we guarantee. Our aim ihall be some reason for his being so and too wide a man to act in eo childish a Maxwell, the St. Louis trunk murderat all times to tifl'lj erery want In our line. all life left in the doomed city. Then fresh Meanwhile the music goes on whether manner, or to use his private resentments er, has been identified as Hugh M. Brooks, of ashes, then another plutonian the hotol clerk likes it or not, for the street showers to the damage of the democratic patty. of Cheshire, England. 20 feet of this diais public property and the money must be tain of pumice, until Europe an J America. Our large line of Cooking Storee Include The stuff is evidently a very weak inven and a peck of Two doren hen-eg- gs bolical winding sheet enwrapped the help- CoDtlstsof the Standard UranJaot feed the hungry ones at thejuttly celebrated "(Jreat Weatern KeaerTe" and many other family iarorltca. Our China, Olate tion of the enemy. cymlings were found in a snake recently forthcoming to less place and hid ) the very site from and Quecniwire stock comlita in part of Table, Tm and Chamber tela complete, Olaiiware richly cat home, who will pine fjr their mtccaroni if view. and etched. In the way of BrcadituSa wename Uuckwhent Hour, tbe queen ol all tribe. Our celeThe women of Lexington seem to have killed in Barren county. it be not forthcoming. The German corvette Angosta has !. 11." Flour, urlralled for cake and pat'7i wblle Wee and Hominy, our own patriOf course excavations would be made by brated Tatcnt bands, so to apeak, in an elephant on their Our orchestra had amoDg things pathetForeign and Domeellc Confection as faithful adjunct!. All tbedellcacleiln been wrecked. Her crew ef 233 men were the survivors, soon aft.T the catastrophe to otic product,, arrayed Wooden Hart's statue of Yoman triumphant. The ic and sentimental a very funny donkey and Willow wire, Klrctrlc I Jimp,, Stationery. Canned MeaU and I'rnlta are here. Tin, Stone, lost. The ship was valued at 1,750,000. figure is perfectly nude, not even a Mother a-The recover valuables, and for two or three and complete line of Clgan audTobaccoi. Well, thli li only a bint of what we bare. Hollering John H. Aufdermorte, who robbed the song; with braying accompaniment. Hubbard shutting out the view of those plot aa Newbry laughingly explained, hundred years the ruins were irregularly that we can make It to your Intercat, we confidently aik an examination of ourgoodaand your patronof $27,000, at New Orleans, Kespettlully, TAM.OH IlltOTHKllft. ransacked to find statues and treasures. age. portions of female loveliness not usually and fled to Mexico, has been captured at was the sad lsment of an owner of a Then all knowledge of the place was blotexposed and the ladies fear it will be inHe because he would not go. Monterey. delicate to exhibit her, even though she be despair; ted out until 174S, when the aocidental disThe embezzlements, defalcations, and tries various plans until almo'st in but cold and silent marble. This furnishes donkey covery of a statue and bronzi utensils, by a robberies in the Federal offices at New Or then he declares the owner of a Falcon with a text and in Saturday's Tima the most wretched man in existence. Anon, peasant, led to the re discovery of Pompeii. vein leans since the close of the war foot up over a happy thought strikes him. He fixes a Again an irregular ransack took place with he writes in his usaal entertaining $1,500,000. about it, concluding "that if the ladies bundle of hay in front of him, yet just out many articles of value brought to light. Mitchell, the drunken man who killed inches to the necks of kinglet Murat was tbe Napoleon's will add six or eight his son by attempting to shoot an apple of reach. Dobbin is off after it with a DllLel IK their ball dresses, they may turn loose all from his joyous bray of expectation and his happy first to begin systematic excavatidnjand the head, at Greenville, Miss., has their fierv, untamed marble statues on the been owner declares that a donkey is a charm regular exhumation of tbe whole, is now Drugs, Books, Stationery and indicted for murder. beinr steadily, if slowly carried on, by the dudes with impunity." As we Frenchmen The Baffalo Itkgraph, the paper that ing creature after all, and his owner the Italian government, under able, scientific Fancy Articles. would say, this seems a case where horn discovered the Rev. Ball and Mrs. Maria happiest of men. Then they had another, superintendence. It is estimated that 70 Fbyilclana' prtacrlptlon, accurately com(unded. soit que maly pence, could be worked in very Halpin, has gone down in fifty fathoms of which was a gret favorite with us ail, in YV ?ttV.' 4 AIM effectively. the comic line. Two lovers start on the years time and an expenditure of 5 milcontempt and taken $65,000 with it. Funicular Railway, as they call it, that lions of francs will finish the job. Transfer of gold coin from the San The news comes from Washington that But I am writing so very like a guide Senator Blackburn has entered an earnest Francieco sub treasury to New York by has been lately been built to facilitate the haps and mis- book that you will begin to suspect me, if The Largest Stock of "Watches, OIoobs, protest against the removal of Capt Mur- mail has been resumed. About $11,000,-GO- ascent of Vesuvius. Their of the you have not already discovered that a lot phy as superintendent of the public buildJewelry and Silverware have already been .shipped in this man- haps are funnily described in one most exquisite melodies I ever heard. The of the above information is cribbed from strange ner. ing at Frankfort. This is passing bought Lower thli market Ex Senator Grover, of Oregon, is now music is simply ravishing. The chorus Baedeker which I hereby acknowledge E,er LowmU toWatehea, Cock Price Jewelry than if true, but it is gratifying to know that the and on iboit notice and Warranted. said to be the man to whom the President "Fanlcule Funicula" with its burst of in- before being found out. A curious explorBlackburn's protests are as worthless as his rings in my er will, easily, by consulting "Charley" (as endorsements are below pir with tho pres wrote his scathing letter, and Judge Dawne, strumental accompininent, Norwich fa the most dis- of Alaska, the man that caueed the corres ears yet; yet, singular to say, none of the our irreverent friends from ent administration, and that though with excellent ears for mu- miliarly entltld the prince of guide book party, gusting of partisans will have to go. It is pondence. Thomas and Sarah White, brother and sic, all around, were ever able to reproduce writers and compilers) discover where my certainly in order though for Blackburn to I Inthe air often as we heard it during our deep historical allusions come from. explain this most remarkable of his many sister, were committed to tbe Flatbush expressly disclaim originality, even if I sane Asylum, N. Y, For thirteen years visit. So it remains only a delightful cranky acts. they lived together aa man and wife, and memory of the hazy, unfixsble, yet moet have been credited with it. I only claim The Three Forls Enterprise, published at bad several children. vivid kind. We didn't know a word of to "tell the story as 'twas told to me" by AND newspaper. d Beattyville, is a 'Cnarley" and others. The Cunard steamer, Etruria, arrived Italian, yet, even before dear N. interpreted XTiu-iiitiir- e Wo spent a delightful day at Pompeii It is a weekly, smaller than this paper, off Faetnet on Friday, having made the for us, the music had half told us all. ! with one side printed in Cincinnati and but passage from New York in 6 days 5 hours with lunch duly prepired, and going oat by carriage the 1 1 miles much A Full ami complete iiMNortiuent of Furniture, cmlirncliia six or eight columns to be eetup weekly at 35 minutes the fastest on record the the pleasantes'. way of making the trip, Lon admirable carriage1, twain, we went to V for the drive along the margin of the bay erjthiiiK from the ChenpcHt to the FliiCHt Parlor Nulte. Ne home, and yet the following array of talent don (Eng.) Echo, Aug. 10. PojirEii. floats from its mast head eo to speak: J. The body of the pretty floater found in He who can go over this buried city is a romance in itself, ami the towns thro' iiccu io ko iu me mrRo cuich io niauo your purcuaNCH, no xnntter W. F. Villiama, editor. J. F. Sutton, local tbe Ohio at Louisville has been identified without sentimentalizing, I pity from the which you pass, are full of history of the what quantity or quality you uutit, ax I can ami will duplicate editor and Brownlow Jameson, solicitor as Mies L. H. Nourse, who had lost faith bottom of my heart. Bat it needs nut, thrilling Vesuvlan sort. Bro. Newbery any prlceH yon can obtain clMewliere, freight being a tided. Alte and business manager. If they don't have in God and man in her effort to live an therefore, that I spread my sentiment on makes one live everything over agaiu by a full nnHorlinent ot CoIIIiih, CaeH, NhrotidH and RobeH, embraca good easy time it is their own fault. The honorable and virtuous life. paper. I made the mistake of many who his vivid descriptions. We pawed Ismael ing all the New NtyleH, both cheap and expensive. Ware wonder to us is how they manage to kill Pasha's etragling palace, where the ex Khe- opposite St, AKnph Hotel, N tan lord, Ky. Masked men rode into Diltoc, Ga., have not carefully "read up" tho subject time. and proceeded quietly to the home of Tom of thinking that I should have to follow a dive of Egypt has bis harem, and occasionThey guide, with a lantern in my hand groping ally dwells himself, when weary of wanJohnson at Carver, a notorious eneak-thieThe speech of Col. E. Plok dragged him from his house to a sequestunderground as in tbe Catacombs. So I dering around the capitals of Europe, in of the Orphan Brigade at Glasthe reunion was hardly prepared for an unroofed city, triguing for the restoration of his lost gow stamps him as an orator of the first ered spot and whipped him to death. e The Mississippi democrats resolved all bared to tbe light of day. Seeing it throne. Torre del Graeco, is remarkable degree. Tbe Col. is one of tbe most versa-tilon the "that in the policy of President Cleveland, thus "excavated" seemed a misnomer, un- for an ancient tower giving name t the of men and is as much at home rostrum as when he is calling the roll of eo far as disclosed, we see not only nothing til I went where the royal workmen are modern city of which 3 are still buried in lava. The other J is about 50 feet high. to condemn, but everything to inspire con yet exhuming away, at tbe still buried porthe legislature or occupying a three-legg- ed fidence in his wisdom, integrity and states- tions of the city, carefully removing the Lava "to right of us" lava "to left of us" chair in his dingy six story office, Houses built of it; lava everywhere. manship, and we hereby express our un- sifted deposits of 1,800 years, and then as grinding out good things fof the Times. qualified endorsement of the same." I looked at the great heaps, where solid streets paved with it; ghastly utility when The old ticket of Hoadly and Warwick, A freight train on the Chesapeake & blocks of houses and intersecting streets one thinks of it, bat what better can be for governor and lieutenant governor, was Southwestern railroad ran into a tree that still await the lifting hand of patient in done with the diabolical etufl? "Good out nominated in Ohio, and a platform endors- had been blown across the track 12 miles dustry to bring them out, in turn, to the of evil" again is read out in the lava, as ing the "administration of Clereland'e cab- from Louisville and was thrown down an light they have not eeen for eo many cen- in the fertile Vesuvian ashes. But never inet" adopted; It ie a matter of small mo- embankment, killing the engineer, Tom turies; I began to turn with keener appre good and evil confounded. Thanks everment what the alleged democrat of Ohio Sherrell, Filburn, the fireman and Peak, a ciation, to the portion already resurrected. lasting and adoring, for the sweet alchemy do or say, and it if therefore useleea to brakeman. Seven can were destroyed. Otherwise the whole looks very like the of grace, that ran even turn the devil's waste space in printing their platform. The annnal report of the Louisville & "burnt district" in any great city after a fire into life sustaining crop. Marie had her little dog in the carriage. Nashville railroad for the year ending June mighty fire, where tbe streets have been Bome fifteen or twenty candidates are al30 shows grow earnings, $13,936,346, a de- carefully cleared oat and the debris remov- The day before, moved by sheer pity, she ready announced in the Richmond Jttgititr crease of (464,746 compared with the prohad purchased the little creature from a ed, yet without rebuilding. for county office to be filled by the elec- ceeding year; operating street gamin, for a trifle; smuggled him to $8,182,-25expenses, But when it gets through one, that he is tion a year hence and the Democratic Coun a decrease of $641,527; net earnings, walking along the roadways of an ex- her.room in a lunch basket fearing tbe 10th aa the ty Committee has named Oct. $5,754,091, an increase of $226,781; surplus, humed city 1800 yean buried the im hotel authorities might demur, took him to day for the primary election to settle their he promptly scattered bed with them-whe- re $1,356,969. pression is perfectly overwhelming. claims. This seem to be taking time by ful enough Asm to keep her and Georgia During the storm last Saturday night The first thing you notice is the solidly the forelock as it were. all night; and not knowing what lightning struck the electric wire at the substantial character of the pavements The movements of the Grant family Louisville Exposition, destroying the cur Squared blocks of lava, eet in mosaic fash else to do with him, smuggled him out in continue to be the subject of many news- rent and leaving the place in darkness. The ion, in the chief streets and well put down the loach basket again and took him off paper telegrams. Havn!t we had a quantum audience in Music Hall was greatly fright- cobble stones, is ere the narrowest lanes to Pempeii. A nice Utile "parp" appealtvfficit of this rot? They are no more than ened and a panic was about to ensue, when and alleys, tell well for the heathen of ing to; pity in his pretty, awkward ways, 'tother folks and in the name of merer we Damroech, the leader of the orchestra, call- 2000 y tare "lang syne." At the cornen, with soft, .wooiy black coat, and white species of eptniel most likecry for a rest. Let the Grants go to Guinea, ed on hie musicians to play and the music great crossing stones, sef up on their edges, ocks-os- ne to the devil, anywhere, but let us bear no quelled tbe excitement. pedestrians, and the ly. Dear Newbery baa promised to adopt furnished steps for more about them. edges, rounded by contact with the wheels him, to bring him up properly, and call DANHLLE, BOYLE C0UN1T. of many passing vehicles, won a very mod- him "Troupe" in honor of our visit. When O. H. Waddle, Eej . of Bomtraet, is anMr. D.C. May, Boyle county's Represe- ern look. I have seen almost the tame iu we went in to look at the ruins, we left him nounced in the Reporter as a candidate for ntative-elect in the next Legislature, was many an American city and village. Per- in charge of a cripple, with a liberal lunch, Commonwealth's Attorney of this district in town haps the notion came from Pompeii. Drink- and promise of a gratuity, when we came and the editor takes occasion to pay him a J, amee Hooker and Alice Hocker were ing fountains were liberally scattered out. The little chap cuddled up to the very handsome and merited compliment. tried this morning on a charge of receiving through the cities, and the places when bundle of rags with as much delight as he Mr. Waddle is a clever gentleman and a stolen chickens. James was acquitted and contact of innumerable hands had worn did to his better dressed owners, A "pie- good lawyer. Aliee held in $50 bond. ridges in the sold' rocks, and even where blan" every inch of him evidently. CONTINUED NEXT IS8UE Tbe second issue of the Yoeemite Xacs Extensive preparations have been many thousands of lips had done the same has reached us. It is a very creditable made for the Catholic Picnic at Junction at the orifice where the refreshing stream Mr. Bsojimlne F. Bronaugb, of Jeeea- sheet and oueht to do well in a field al City Thursday. The best of order will be gushed out, were manifest and remarkable. mine countr, has sued his wife for a divorce most entirely unoccupied. It hardly look maintained and everybody who wishes to Specimens of public and domestic life on tbe grounds of adultery. The; sepented ed ten years ago that Casey would have a can have a good time abound at every turn. Here a temple last June, since which time the wife has so soon at least. newspaper, Mrs. H. D. Bittman, of St. Louie, who with the pedestals where elegsnt statues given birth to a child. Mr. Bronaughsays The suspension of the Chicago Current is is visiting her sister, Mrs. Wm. Warren, once stood; the altar in ruins, but still rec bis overseer, a man named Biker, is the- (Tuesday). Mrs. ognizable, the spacious courts, the inner announced. While clean and pure in make-up- , will start home father of the child, but Mrs. Bronaugh want, Pittman is the author of several successful apartments of the priests. Thero a hall of save she is the victim of a blackmailing it never seemed to fill a long-fe- lt Furthough astonishing statements of its finan- operettas and is a regular contributor to the justice with its ample apartments. scheme at the hands jf her husband and ther on the Forum, or "Royal Exchange" Biker. Baker has made several statements cial success have been frequently sent out. While playing at the home of his pu-en- ts where business was transacted. Shops and in writing which are conflicting. Two of The Pennsylvania Supreme court has near town, John, the eon baths and private houses by the hundreds them, however, weie at the muzzle of a redecided that a man is not legally liable to of Simeon Slaughter, jumped upon a large all just as it was covered up 1800 years volver. Bronaugh and hi wife are both of and married thorn his mother-in-lasupport which penetrated one of his toes in ago, even the paint on the walls fresh and excellent families. men pronounce it the gem of judicial wis- such a manner that Mr. Slaughter had to bright. Then in the museum, eight figures dom. bring him to town to have it extracted. Lightning killed five neiroeq who had in attitudes, iust as they perished of Tate'a exact majority over Fox for The operation was so painful that Dr. Djn human beings, adult and young, pathetic eought shelter under a tree near New State Treasurer is 07,697. Good enough lap adminleter.'d chloroform before per exceedingly to behold. Although of course a terrible storm which prevail-e- d forming it, for an off year. in that section Friday. the soft parts of the bodies decayed, their ipil Of tbe 380,861 persona entitled to vote in the State, but 102 002 voted for calling a Constitutional Convention. This is a slight gain over 18 S3, but even at tbe rate of in crease, the probability is that we will not have a Convention before 1010. If we are bjund to have it before, the sovereigns must take the short cut. furnishes the latest A Virginia exhibition of womsn'a devotion. Her hus band was puUn and she, unable to lire without him, as abe imagined, committed a theft so as to be incircerated in ' the same bastlle. glrl-wlfe . GEO. O. BARNES. W. H. HIGGINS, Whip, jil hard-work- ed "... TAYLOR BR'OSA FAMILY GROCERIES hard-hearte- d. OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY y don-donke- y, fttony- WMM mm PHARMACISTS, ttf JEWELERS. H O ed i, UNDERTAKER, well-manne- To-da- JDealei in ei. roont f. PLEASE DON'T FORGET 5, semi-wake- to-da-y. old carry the Largest Stock of Groceries, Hardware and Queensware in the city; That we are Millers' Agents and wholesale depot for Flonr and Meal; 4f That our stock olTleasure Vehicles, including everything from a Hoard Cart to a Barouche, is always complete, And thai we guarantee Lowest Prices, style and finish considered. Also, that we still handle the celebrated Wagons, "Old Hick ory and Mitchell. Big line ol Farming Implements, ft Grain Drills, Turning Plows, both riding and walking, And all of which we guarantee at Lowest prices. Ave That BRIGHT CURRAH. t y Tgjm MM!iM m Sni-50ittkls3nttxioronr- Lancaster voted againrt theechool tar yeiterday. LAND, STOCK AND CROP 2IKVf ADVERTISEMENT. Wanted. 2.000 busbele of eeed oats. SAM. M. OWENS We pay bigger prices for Orchard Graai Bright & Curran. ." It a cindldtte for Jailer of Lincoln countyaub-Je-ct , boar ehoata for V) the attlon of tbe Democratic party. (ban any one. Bright it Curran. " Aogwt 25, 1885 Stanford, Ky A few nice Berksll-esale. J. Bright, Stanford. Ten Shares of Farmers National Bank FARM FOR SALE. Since January. 88 S3 1221 pounds of L.AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Htnrk for ail. Atinlv il Ida TtitiV. wool have been sold in Boston at prices I offer for tale my Firm of 125 Ami, midway -- 1189 r. u. stall train going North -- ... , between Turoerivllle and MeKlnney. It li In 1 to p. x. Booth T. C. jAerat baa been appointed poet ranging from 15 to 35 cents. good condition, well inipro'ed, hit brick house - .... 1 12 tiriNilrals" Houth . IHtMIHt'MMtl Z 03 At M. master at Ml. Salem vice B. 8, Tine ley, reMaj. J. EI. Harris, of Marion county, and all tho nroiarjr outbuildings. Apply to or A, BC " Norb m at Jiciunuer, &y signed. hw 100 acres in tobacco. His crop of last aaarrit IT. A. HAMILTON, tli hjort calculated oa slandud time. Helcr 1 be, per acre. averaged 1,000 Mm I About 20 minute faster Thc wifeof Postmaster Ltlbsurn 3oocb, year Foil irat-cla- ra ! Sale. Twenty-fo- ur of Gilbert' Creek gave birth to a child LOCAL NOTICES. ewes, ready for market or breeding. Call Sunday and yeaterday to another. Crab Orchard a II fd mill Fromtny pUcenear UUY. on or apply to M. Speed Perton, Stanford, ITWfe Coir, with only one horn. I bought her from toiaebody In BUnford, but hire forgotten BcY your school booki from Penny A very warm and the The weather remains mine. Any Information concerning hr will Smith A Anderson, Dinvltle, Ky.f the thankfully received. McAliiter. night of this time of Aube Complete etock of reboot books bed refreshing cool have a superior article of Fulls reed wheat FRITZ ItnF.KGF.n, Ky. gust come not to the heat weary mortal. 50-- ? t Crab Orchard, reboot aupplle at McRoberta& SlaggY for sale. Only one year removed from the WATCiira and Jewelry repaired on rhrt French Timon should not disturb him- Xorthern reed, notice and warranted by Fenny A Mc Mis! self about a hog remedy. The medicine he Wanted. Oae hundred mules tofced, ter. ifCFrPfllflivLaLaflLflfli oriel-.rionly for long upon reasonable term; have plenty of corn Buy the Him Hoe Htme'ly, the wants is the kind prepared The pirtnenhlp heretofore existing under tho and only genuine, from Peony A McA.1-lite- eared animals with a propensity tt bray. and oats to fatten them. Addreea John W. trm nsineof Edmliton AOwtley It this diy dissolved, I). B. Edmltton baring nlJ hit interest to " A dose that we could fix up for him Miller, Lancaster, Ky. Jamet T. Craig. All persons indebted to tbe Arm A coNrxrTB Mock of Jewelry, latest are earncttly requested to make in early tettle-raen- t. The Kentucky wheat crop this year 8KSD POK A CATALOai'E 07 It. It. B O.Wf flTO.V, Itockford watches a specialty. Pro- would put that "Thin Column" in fca little ityle. REFRK.NCK8-- Ve 50-JS. I'. OWHLEX. refer by permlis'on to tbe box for good and all, and thereby bring falls hort of last season' yield 10,500,000 following gentlemen. Hit Excellency, J. Iloctor of k McAllster. Knott. Governor of KenUcky, Frankfort, Ky.: bushels. The heavy corn crop will in a Faiimeim, Read This. Go to Dr. M. comfort to a long suffering public. Female College, Oen'l Fayette Ilewett, State Auditor. Frankfort UaTlng told my Interest n the firm of Edoiliton BMW L. Bourne's druu Morei and get one package AOwslerto JameiT. Crslg, who in connection make amends. Ky;Col.n. D, Allen.' Supt. Ky. Military Ok a line extending froi) the Somerset measure, with E. 1 Owly will continue tin builwst at tute and Pretldent Ky Teachert' Association, of Sam A.CIark'a Ho Remedy. If you The first sale of new corn we have the old stand under the firm name of Owsley A LANCASTER, KY. Farmdale, Kv.j Col. J. . Tate, Mato Treaaurcr are not ratified after tisinu It your momry pike near Halls Uap to PreachersvHle in sokfurt, Ky.; Prot. J. Detha by J. H. Miller Craig, I takeofthti method of returning thanki to Larger Corps ol Instructors than any in 'will be refunded. the patrons tbe firm for tbe rery liberal patronFemale Col Public Instruction or Kentucky, Pickett, Supt. o drough i pre- - heard of thn acctlon i this county, a very serious Frankfort, Ky.: leg- - In tbe State. Buildings new an 1 appointage extended to It In the pait and hope that Ita to M. D. Elmore 100 batreU to be deliver Oov. Luke p Blackburn, Loulivllle, Ky. Got railing. There haa been no rain to speak ments unexcelled. Teraa reaonable. hext successors will continue to receive the natronage James B. McCreary. Jtichmond, Ky.; tfen'l H PERSONAL. ed during the fall at $2. sewlon commence! August 31at, 1895. of all the friends ol the old firm. Hespectfullr, King White, Pine Bluff. Ark.: Itcv. r! H. of for months and the corn and other 80-For further Information, aJdreii It. It. F.U3IISTOS. State Chaplain, Frankfort, Ky. The breeders of HoUlein cattle in Ken j JIOr.RI:! EVANS, D D., Fm't. Serm't M.C. Wearen, of Richmond, crops are cut short. The grass ia so parchtucky will meet at the fair grounds In veteran of the Rowan war, fa vlitln ed and grasshopper enten that a goose could t SALE OF PERSONALTY. next Wednesday to affect an oi SS2 relative here hardlv ecrapeup a meal, and the general Ionization for the annual sale of Hurplus Ma-uHolmes, outlook la exceedingly blue. MissEa Annie ah. At Admx, of Bennett Cloyd, dee'd, I will tell at stock. hit late residence on oi Crab O.chanl are vieltlnc Mlsae Mg J. L. Bruce, executor of Col. J. II. B. Foit Jailer. Mr. Sam. M. 0ene, of gie and Laura Jonea thla week. MONDAY, ABGUST SI, 1SS5, Bruce, advertises hia long list of valuable returned to McKinney, ia announced in this Issue as a Mt3 Mamie Ciieuault property to be sold at his late residence 11 In personal property, consisting of her Home at Fort Scott, Karats, yeaterday, candidate for jailer. Coming from a section Sept. 17th, Advertlrementtn full in next ulet, one Two work Hortct, 4 tged work that haa not asked much in the way of much to the regiel of all her friecJa here, Mule, S yearling Mules, 4 milk Cowt with issue being himself a clever Calves; 1 fat Cow, 1 bteer, 1 yearling Squire W. II. Curtia has rented his A live French Count and Connie, de county cftices and Hull, 30 bead high grade Htifer, 1 and honorable man of much popularity, he farm of 5d acres on Cedar Creek to Will fat Sheep, 15 large feeding Hogs, 3 Sowi and Pigs, by came, from Pari la Itsisslere-Mazul- n 8 nhoats. tbe crop ol growing Corn, Hay, 7 itackt are among the notable at Crab Orchard presents a formidable front from the start Land for S1''0 and will sell his personal of Oats, Farming Implements, Ac. and will grow a he become better known. property on the 20ih preparatory lo movTbe Farm it for rent, privately, from 8 ptem- Spring. 1883. until Janury 1, 1SS7. ber 1. Terms of sal ol pronalty made known on day DEALER IN.- - Misses Hanna Fair, Rhoda Hall and Jailer Owens would sound well to bis great ing to Mirrouri. of tale. JlltS. L. J. CI. (t i'li. number of friends. Bailie Water and Kevr. I'.T. Hale and J By sowing a bushel of salt to the acre Administratrix. beM. Itruce have been vlaltlne Miste Judith Mr. J. E. a Fayette county (Missouri) farmer Hand Blomtn Orr.-W- hlle succeeded in keeping his aver and Mollis Klnp. near CrabOrchaid. Lynn was in town ye'terday morning a run- lieves he has SALE bushels of wheat to the age of twenty-fiv- e The creat, original and only, Col. ner came to tell him that his little At Executors of Jamet Crow, dee'd, we will, at WillS. Hayr, the sweet sons writer, and girl had had her hand blown off aeremaintained for years. hit late residence, four mi rt Northwest of Stan-lorAugust Belmont, the New York milthe able editor of Crab Orchard Spring br the explosion of a dynamite cap, which on tbe bttoford A Shelby City pike, tell r I and the C J't river column, hortorr d our she had gotten hold of and was plaring lionaire, has leued for ten years the Wash at public auction ainctum Saturday "vlth hi pretence. with. Later: -- Dra. Perton and Reid Sutton farm, near Lexington, containing On Tuesday, September 22, 1885, W. H. HAXsrnRli, who haaut launch. were called to the ecene and report that it about 400 acres, at an annual rental of $2, The following prtfperty, eJ the Junction City JimiM, did hia first was Mrs. Lynn who sufleiod the accident, 600. It ia his intention to breed thorough Mule, 1 yearling Four broke Mulct, 1 nerpapr work a correspondent for thia destroying three finger of her left hand so bred bones. Mnle.l large yoke of Cattle, 1 yearling Steer. 1 yearling llelfer, S Cairn, 2 very fine thorough-bre- d paper from Siuier'et, undej the nom de they had to be amputated. She wished to The fruit crop of California this season Cows, 1 thoroughbred Bull Calf, t sged Jennet, 1 Jack Colt, 1 Jack 3 years old In September, dume of ""vi't and IVpper," Mis Mollis get the cap out of tho way of the children will be unusually lage. Partle are conover 13 bands high and one of tbe beat in the Vickery being Halt and he Pepper. If he and to that end lit It with a match and at- tracting for their raisin grapes at $20 per Mate for tillage; about 12 bead of bogs, 100 gallons of very fin Blackberry Wine, about 4 yeart succeed In making that paper a lively a tempted to throw it oft', but it exploded be- ton on the vine. The yield of vineyards old, 20 barrels of old corn, 60 buibelaof old wheat. I will be fore she could do so. 130 barrels of new corn in the field, 8 stacks of from four to in good bearing condition he made that correspondence there hay, several thousand bundles of oats, a lotol per acre. lis having plenty of read-e- n no doubt about ten tons bacon and lard, together with all ol the farming now in the Ciun OncHAnn or about hi cettiog a uht or two up Lancastek Codht. About 50 or "5 implements, 1 consisting3 of plows, harrowi, 1 farm wagont, among wheat drill, mower, wagon, nearly new, 1 tprlcg them 1 on hia hand. We buely escaped several height of a very pleasant aa well aa profita cattle on market, 25 sold, at about 3. wagon, 1 bay rake, 1 burgy and harneis. wagou ble reason, was never better managed than Quite a number of mules and horses on during the is'tie of hia letter. and plow gear, and various other articles too ' numerous to mention. (.'has Orrcxr, of Pari, speak- at present. The whole machinery runs in market. Mules S75 to $100, horses S2a to Hon. Terms reasonable and trade known on day of isle. O. J. .1? C. K. VltO IT, Rjcrn , er of the Lower House of the last Legtsla-ture- , the smoothest manner, showing that an ex- $75. Crowd larger than usual. More ic IN ADDITION TO UR0CEKIE3 AND PBOVI-IONSt&Bford, Ky. IIF. KEEPS waa hire Friday with hi friend, Hon. perienced man in the business ia at the terest than usual in cattle. Saturday at Monmouth Park was a 1'. Hill, Jr. and together they went up helm. Col. C'haa. A. Howard certainly T. CRAB ORCHARD day for the Dwyer Bros., as it added to Crab. Orchard to Interview Mr. Bobbltt knowa how to keep a hotel and to provide a table that even the mott faatidioua could fresh honors aa well " worldly goods to C0LLEGATE SCHOOL! with very Gratifying result, we understand Mr. (Mult ia one of the rising young not comphln of. The fare ia simply nplen-di- d their already Urge supply of both. Out of on MouthiUt every diy, while the 5 o'clock Sunday six entries five hem bore their colors first Crab Orchard, Ky , will men of the State and the excellent manner Sept. ?, INS. Preparatory, Academic aad Leglsla-ture- , dinncia can not b surpassed anywhere in under the string, aud the sixth only misted In which he presided over the last Collegiate Department!, under experienced teach, excellence, variety or cuisine. A very by a scratch. The great event was the sur- ert. For circular! giving terms, addrest It. II. Broproved htm to be a brrn parliamenta over the naugh, Pretldent Board of Truitecs, Crab Orchard, rian He haa a treat many frlenda all fashionable, though by no mcana stifi prising victory of Portland Louisville, orcr the Slate who would like to ree him crowd is sojourning there, and an air of mighty Biu Fox in the fast time of 1:14J, Ky., or Edgar F. Hawes, Principal, though their general enjoyment reema to pervade the the son of Virgil winning wilh compara- Ky. and it looks now aa place. The reason will close Sept. 15th tive case. The other winners were Panique, wish would be gratified. School and he is indeed in hi own light, who Richmond, Lulu and Barnes and Detective English & LOCAL WaTtYrsT falls to embrace the short opportunity of second in the other race. Christian College Building, ClDEH mill and cutting boxes at W. H. experiencing its delight. TV lU fa MpSgmS 1 so-zi- n r TlMlrlllaaMlLi STRAYED ILNTOTIOJE! r. tf st Garrard Kara-naug- h, tf (34-2- Shcl-byvill- e TIHIIE CHEAP -- G-ROOE- T. R. WALTON,o w 17-t- d 0FST0GK! four-Tear-o- ld d, r o in w two-hor- And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. Tin-- , Glass- - 49-t- d red-lett- er and Queensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- (15-l- Classical Higgln. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. Brick. Two hundred and and, hard and Hentr Baughman. well-burne- fifty thous. for sale by " now occupies on lower Main street has been sold by Mr. J W. Alcorn to B. K. Wearer for $2,800. The house and lot he Til eke are symptoms of a wsr between the coal dealers here, which will redound to the interest of the consumer if it wages in earnest. H. C RurLtY, Merchant Tailor, is dally receiving hia fall and winter stock of suiting, to which be ioTltea the atttntion 0f his patrons. Geo. D Wearek is agent for the best coal ever sold in BUoford. He will alro furnish the cheaper goods to all who desire sDch at m low price a any dealer in the market. , that the Hon, FootaJho W rumored It Fox Bobbltt is to Uke a bride with bin to Frankfort in the perron of a handsome widow of the East End. If true, it is verification of the adae, "It never rains bnt it pour," in happineea at well as trouble. R C. Wabhen. No officer with whom we are acquainted has grown so greatly in public estimation or become so thoroughly posted In his duties aa Commonwealth's AtThoroughly honest and torney Warren. incorruptible, his statements are relied on by the furies, and he rarely falls to convict if the man under trial is guilty or the jury ia composed of good men. Showing no favoritism, but desirous always of doing his duty as he sees it, he is a most faithful and conicientlous officer, loved by the law abiding and feared by the lawless. Hit friends think his course eminently descrying of enand are gratidorsement by a fied to know that he will be a candidate. It is a long time before the election and he would have preferred that no notice of hia intentions should be published, but other announcements render it necessary that the people should be informed. RELIGIOUM. IICSTOXVILLE, - - - KY. II H. Bronaugh has a bunch of high Tbe Third Anuual Sesilon will open Wednesday for sale, HCI'T. 10, I8S3. ofCouric of Instruction grade yearlin; steers and calve thnmnrh. Development tbe mind the end to Terms reasonable. For circulars October delivery. be attained. JOUN bUKUIN. of the iV1 to Capt. Thoe. C. Jones, MIsSU.BURGIN. Principals S3 if. Court of Appeale,wbo has spent the summer at the Spring', will leave for Frankfort this rk Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. an-oth- er Ca It Be T A postal containing the following was received at this office Teeter. Au-gn- et day. It la dated at Newcomb, Teon,, reads: "My husband eloped 21st and iwt Taeadaynigbt a!t he wilh learned that we had discovered their Intl. macy. Please publish it on him. He went in trouble, with her to Pulaski, Ya. Youre Mary Rigney." Mrs. "Is buying your coal do not be deceiv ua irom tne ed " You can buy coal from "the Standard Coal Co," and mineiof Tenn. "Main Jelico Mines," of Jelico to the contrary." and assertions the AssoAnd you can alro buy coal from Mines, including the celebrated ciation Carda" to Peacock Coal from ui, "Postal pricee as heretofore the contrary. Our any other dealer: will be lower than Bright A Cuiran. Reapt'y, Williams, Oon town.man, Mr. Reuben a building conis developing into quite completed two reel, tractor. Hehasju.t Darst extension, just outside dences on the engineers Raines of the limit of town, for him fur them tn and Cox, who arc paying more monthly Installment-- . He has four vicinity that he Pil from $85 lots In the ... tins arh fnr and expects to furnish lev- ,u - v ounu He is now L...I.1 .i,.-- . wltli homes. Bronaugh adjoining ing an office for Dr. his residence. .i , I C Four thousand persons participated in a love feast at Ocean Grove Sunday, including 170 preacher. Rev. Oodbej, of the Methodist church, is carving 'on a bit; revival at Franklin, which had resulted in tlxtj conversions to last reports. The Apottoiic Guide publishes the names of 294 preachers of the Christian church, now laboring in Kentucky and thintt it let several get awav then. Revs. J. M. Bruce and H. T, Daniels, of Richmond, exchanged pulpits Sunday and thoee who heard the latter speak in highest terms of the two capital discourses of the day. A Canadian clergyman recently preach ed 6ve hours on a stretch to a congregation which patiently endured it, but he will never catch them again. Such chaff as he no doubt gave them never fools old birds but once. The young men who attended the Junction City Camp meeting Sunday complain that they had to pay 10 cents every time they passed in, but then they had no business to pars in but once. Inside the grounds is the place for all who go serve the Lord. The good reiple 0f Rwland and have succeeded in erecting a very creditable house of worship on the hill ntar II, N. Ware's, that In the frame ia up and weatherboarded and tbe roof covered. A good deal of money is still needed for inside work and furniture and tho charita- my mcuneu coum not do better than do vote some of their spare cash to so worthy an objct. , Died on the 18.h inst., of tlux, a daughter ot J. F. Stephenson. The other cases in the neighborhood are reported to be improving. J. Ottenheimer bought of R. H. Bronharness gelding for augh a HO. James & Cbadwick sold to G. W. f James a harness horse for $125. Jesse Fox, of the firm of Rice & Fox, passed up to Rockcastle county yesterday, to look at some bunches of cotton mule. They are now feeding 100 head of such in Garrard county. Hon. Cbas. Offutt was here last week and made It a point to interview Represen tative Bobbltt as to his choice for Speaker of the next House, and iudgiog from the pleasant smile that lit up tbe countenance of the hon. gentleman after the inter view, you may score another vote for Oflutt. Died on the 21 inst., O.d Aunt Ibby Buford Owsley, of (col.,) after a lingering illness of several months. Aunt Ibby was an oracle and leading tpirlt among tbe col ortd population. A large and re pec table funeral procession of both races followed the remains to their last resting place in the old church yard, We have not bad a rain in this immediate vicinity to wet the ground 2 inches deep since early in the spring, and on the uplands the corn ia almost dry enough to cut up. The pastures would burn, and If the stock is dolus .little or no good. much needed rain does not come very soon people will have to feed their stock to keep them alive. The following is an exact copy of an advertisement we noticed posted at the post- office a few days ago: 3$ 3 THREE COLLARS A bit: Cow. red and white colored, lost one horn, is con away. Every man who brings her back shall get three Dollars, Chappelgab. Fritz Kreioer Now boys there is a chance (or forty or fiftv of vou to make a raise. Pun's Drue Ktntudian please copy. Yobemite Xtics Rev. J. Q. Montcom catton mules ery bought a lot of There was a man ot Mj. Rigney at $80 ntar Wayneeburg named Augustus a few days ago negotiating for land. It Is supposeu mat u ne succeeus In purchasing he will stretch his name around tbe premises in the place of a batbed wire fence. It will be awfully dangerous to run against. five-year-- old d week. 31ILLEIISBCIIG FEMALEJ30LLEGE This popular school ior young ladles will be opened, under entirely new auspices, re- Canned Goods from the Best of the Country. Can-neri- ei SEPTEMBER 9th, WITH 1885. Rev. O. Fopo, of Augusta, Ga., bb President, ASD - Mri. 8. C. Traeheart ai Lady Principal, Aided by one of tbe most Competent and Experi-t- a i..niti in thuMtata. Parents mav rest as sured of the most thorough training ot their daughter In all tbat pertaim to mind, mannert ana mcrau, 11 comumwa vu our ms. For catalogue containing information a to terms, Ac., addre. . , Or MBS. 6. C. TRUEBEABT, Btanford, Ky. For Bargains, There Is No Place Like the Corner of Main and Somerset Sts. ' I v." ! Stanford Female College, STANFORD, KTJ. ALEX.S.PAXTON.A.B.Pres. Tbe text sees'on of this txfinon vsell-kno- instution will MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1885. Tbe President aitltted by Over 40 Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagons, Over 40 Farm Wagons and many other Gois to be RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES. Too Many Goods on Hands; Trado ig Dull and They Must Bo Sold. A Corp , of Efficient Instructor-will .mlMTfir toi Ive careful training; and thor ough Instruction to tbe pupils committed to bis cnargr. irrmt rcasour.it. ccsu i cmuiu. TESTIMONIALS: From J. J. White, Piofetsor of Greek Wasuihotoh Umvxmity. A LKXISOTOX, VA.,JUIT 13, Lk GEO. D. WEAKEN, Miinnfitctnrerfi' Agent. J Mr. Alex. S. Psxton graduated at this Institution in 1801. lias been engated in teaching since the war, and being capable and conscientious, has been very succetiful In bit pioftsslon. From Jame A. Walker, u cently of Virginia, Do you Intend tending ycur child to school? NKtvniax, Va., June 20, 1872. kinds testimony to the pleasure to It affordt tne and efflclencybear Mr. Alex. S. Pax Bourne keep all Bcoks, ot School Hooks, Inks, Paof Tablets, Pads, Sponjes, qualifications pers, Pens, Copy ton a a teacher. Ui discipline is kind, but firm Slates, Pencil. and goo'd. So you want to marry Oa then, and get your From the Iter. J. Rice Bowmtp, P. D Face Powders, Perlumes, Cacheur, Soaps, Brushes UARRisoNBUim, Va.. July 4, 1683. 's and Comb from Bourne. I take pleasure In testifying tu.Mr. Alex. S. ? Get high literary attainments, his zeal in his Do you want to pleaic your mother-n-laprofession, his facility In Imparting lutductlon her a pair of LeMare'a Celebrated Rock Crystal regard tor the moral at well and his conscientious as the Intellectual development ol the youth com- Spectacles and paint her bout wttb mixed Paints. Bourne has them. mitted to his care. Are you tick? Have !you Headache, Eaclacne, JFrotnB. P. Mali, Sec. Board of Trutteet Bolivar Academy. Bourne keeps all klnhs of Medicines. Tceacbc? Madmosvills, Ten , April 1, 1879. A Remember, Bourne will give a sice present to Prof. Alex. S. Paxtoa taught In Bolivar Male follow, Female Academy. Ills general deportment was the lint good looking girl who repeats tbe that of a refined, Cbrlitian gentleman. In the log scholar, a school room he proved blmrelt a ripe Faathar Dutwrr, Patent MeJItlnes, thorough and euicltut initruator aud a good dli Shsvlag Materials, Toilet Articles, elpllnsrlan. Lleut.-Gover-nPax-tonw I0. "The Bourne from which no Traveler Returns Sick." Pocket Books, Tlavorlng Extracts, Artists' Mslerlals, Hand Mirrors, Violin Btrlngs, French Harps, Thermometers, Dye btufls, Confections, Lamps, Vsrnlibes, Vates, Paints, Dolls, .Oils, Spices And 1,001 other articles, at ' DIC. BOUKXE'g - 1 NEW DRUG- STORE, STANFORD, KY. Oppoiite Myera IIousi. l) .jSja Snni-SflttMiiliiterior lournal BASEBALL n A Cosmopolitan Colossean Confedera- Oar bujB sustained another cruihlng de feat at the banda of the Danville team on the 21st. Hume wan unable to play and Johnatoa, our new pitcher, occupied the box. He did splendid work and wa well caught by Bellman, but wan not well eup ported In the field. Johnston wag punithed for eight hits, two of which were while the homa boy aecured eleven hits off I'eabjdy. Johnston made twelre of tHe visitors fan the wind. Pea-bodonly eix. A great number of ladles were present, who left somewhat disgusted at the turn of aflain. The following la the result: three-baggery ted Creation! A PROLIFIC PROCREATION of THE WORLD'S WONDERS. Pension Claims Prosecuted WITHOUT FEE ply to J NllvlaVOlwl Union succesilul. Twenty years experience. ApMILO 11. STEVESH A VO, OFFICES, Washington, D.C., Cleveland, O., fDctroit, Mich., Chicago, III. LUMBER YARD. Hating opened up lumber yard In the roar of wlour store, woaronowlJtaaalM Preparod to Furnish any kindlofLumbor IiiimodLeiately and JZoiistx-oiusl- y IPx-eclo- m- In the rouali. Poitiori.il kinds. Shingles cut. sawed and shared. Also Agents fur Uie Danville W. Planing Mills. i 11 MO UT Jb CVJIUAX. 23-- tl intuit ! Desirable Town Property. In Stanford, Idrstro to sell my dwelling-houssituated on the corner of Main Street and Loan Avenue. The lot fronts 170 feet on Main Street and 600 on Logan Avenue. The house Is frame, newly rrpslrcd and has alx rooms and upper and lower balls. Outbitlldlugs good, and a good selection or fruit trees on tho lot. Will sail at a bin; tin to the jr. IT. ALVOKK, purchaser. Stanlord, Ky tf e 41-- 7 8 -T. 0 1 2 2 2 0- -13 00 0 0 0 0 0 -1 Stanford 2. Three- - Bue Hlti-Danv- llle, Earned P.una-Danr- llle, Hits-Stanf- ord, 1. Failed 2. Two-Ba-se BalU-Bell- man 2; Harper 1. Wild Pitches John ston, 2j Peabody, 1. First Base on Ballt Stan1 C 9- Innlngi 2 3 4 6 Darivllle 1 I 1 10 Particularly, Remarkably and Notably Complete! CORDIAL ..1. all draaa'tl. at 0 Hall lumptlOD. 1'rlce lie. and II a bottle. Doth for aale by Dr. M. L. HOUUNK, 1. First Base on Errors Johnston, 12; by Struck Out-- by 6 Batter lilt By Johnston, 1. Our boya have made the beautiful record of winning one out of fire game. They must do better. The Danville boya have erected a new ford, 1; Danville, .l. Pea-bod- y, 1lttr.' redUI U lhC"ia.aia.ra itnl;Mit.f tankaa.trMatrrr, Oaaa-Cut .11 U' aSmL.i, rtMMl.i la. mil. .at trial lash . duliin ar. Hit tjn.m rr.ni Ut .ITmIi tf iiiiiim, ft, fcj t.ttte. ('hrrokre Itrmrily nfMirrri Oam Tlor aml .wullrlu will cur Cougtu. Croup and Con Stanford. For the BOWELS. Ie. lUekl.k.rry SELLS BROTHERS' MONSTER RAILROAD SHOWS! "St. Mary's Saw Mills" On AMI LUHIIF.R TAKD, top of the Knobs, clow by J. Carter's Store. Uroeery and commodious grand stand on their grounds with a seating capacity of two hundred and fifty. The home boya play in Danville to day. They next appear at Harrodaburg the 28 th and 29th, and then come home and play the Dinvillea again on the S'h of Septem"Ci-Jf- c. ber. Now All United in One Vast Unified the burs were standing before the Ai Myers House last Friday, dreaded in Jtheir Confederation ! knee breeches and red stocking, preparatory to going out to the bae ball grounds. Uncle Fate Eaibree took a good look at their huge feet and exceedingly small legs and remarked: "Their legs look like a Jeer's, bat their feet look lice a bearV." The boya feel a little comforted tbat they are not yet the tail end of the league, tbe Harrodeburga having surpassed their bad record, loosing seven out of eight games. WILL, EXHIBIT AT Little George Dunn sawed the air yesterday for tbe first time in bii life. His face was the picture of dirgust, for one of the prettiest girls in tbe county had promised him a kiss for every score he made. White is the beet bitter in the league. v, In the five games played with visitors, he ONhas never failed to secure a hit every time he came to the bat. byss3&r3d another defeat Situr r day, the Liccaatera defeatiog them in r T game of 11 innings, 13 to 12. In view of this an amateur nine composed of Dave Edmiston, Hugh Reid, Joe Waters, Will In all Its towertnsand orerpowerinz creatucss. It Is coming on lis own ortHAT TRAINS and Is drawn by Its own Bright, Jess Hocker, Erring Hayden, Jim r an. r am.M.t .. . ....... nn.,A. .k. .h akusis acu AltllSANB --and us wonders never bffora exhibited fSre.iAr fti.n thafimatM, snow or ik.n thlocomotliM, with its regiment of . ....:. ...... .iv-. ........ .1 Best' 10..J..1..1..J auracuTe r aiurcs 10 .ie seen wttn nooiner . nuiiuniuiami ,...r::v.':.. shows under heaven s sweeping Craig, Masteraon Peyton and Bob Finzel canopy, .writs size Is so great, Its intlm-ncso that every ullroad makes Sl'KCIAL. excursion tatcs to every performance. have challenged them for an exhibition game on the 28 th, the victors to have the Laurel-Crowne- d gate receipts; at least such a challenge was ! shown in our office yesterday. FOOTS WHEELEIl, I'roprlrtora. For alt kinds of general Lumber, (Shingle, c., bulldersand others can not Rod a better market to suit themselves. Our motto Is "Good Material lor Ileasonablo Kates." Postofflce aJdrcss, Halls Uap, Ky. LOGS WANTED. I will pay tho hitrheat price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and LUMBER! Dressed Pino Flooring, Ceiling, Weather Boards, Finishing Lumber, Qreen Lumber in the Bough, including Laths and Shingles. Kor theconTenUnceof our customer! In Stanford and vicinity we hare arranged with ro. anaisortmenl to keep on It. HViirril where theyhis yards It as cheap aa gat can or our Lumber, from us direct. He will alao make eitlniaiea for any bllla not on bands, which we will All on abort notice. JtECVIX Jb It A V iff. Hickory Logs delivered at any station of the L. &N., K.O. orO. S.R. R. OHIO Largest Show in the World! jSJJtu uiy, Ky. J. OTTENHEIMER, Crab Orohnrd, Ky. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr - I MISSISSIPPI The Direct Itoutc to II, W saiM.MBggass ' fan!mI -- ! Thia Old and Woll AND St. Louis & tho West Northwest and roulhwcat br th way of Known lsOP18VlLL13orOI.Cl.lVATI. Hotol Still Maintaina ita High Boputation, Isiylllo and Cincinnati make 1. O-t- WEDNESDAY. SEPT, 2D ...u.'t"i ...-.- Ohio Iti Proprietor ii Determined that Uuls and all points West. A MM..lpp for HI Second to no Country it Shall be Ifi TTnnro Onfrota liiilsvlll. nr rincln- UI toM cuU- '""l" to hours Hotel in the State in iti Fare, quicker .r any na" line, than " rctoniiUonatthi point, with lbs .. Appointments, or Atten tion to Comfort of their Gneitx. other jlv.ng our time for meals and flrit iholcn of uti m trains - It Comes with the Hemispheres 200 SURPRISING Legion of Two Uaaaraae will bs eoarersd to and front ha d free of chara. Special acrommodatl to Commercial Travelars. Tht liar will alwaja sipellsd with th cholcssl braadior L.taaori intra. os aa O. Confederation Bros.' Enormous AND ASTONISIIING of With all Lines at . Railroad Shows. Surgeon, Ol which we name a few at random, being confined for aarce: Physician O i Wednesday, September 2, at Slanford 8t. LouU and Intermediate Pointi the enrrounding county will have an opporJei-eiiini- o Xo FcrrlcHt NoOtiuilbuNTriiuM-fern- ! tunity il wimejsin? what is undoubtedly Danville, Ky. Office on 4th St. the largajt, tbe beit, the greatest and the The Greatest bore Elder of any Age or Country. ConuectloninaJa In Union Depot. Ht. Loula. piireit show on earth. Honest in ita adver- ami FlHtlllU Pcrfcclljr rLiu,:- -. ' """ Koll, Wr,. Mb"Nt iii GREAT titing, it exhibits everything it advertises. BPLLE ADELAIDE CORDONA, FAMILY, Cured. llyouareKolnj Wwtto any point, call on Honest in the manner in which it is conI The famous Andeluslan Artiste, whose cqutl does not live. The Oreate-- t Of 8uperlatlve Cyclists on tbe I'nlcyelo and Bicycle. wilto to the undersljued. l.ady Bareback Kldei ever behe d. free from that obnoxious feaducted, it is in,l.rJ'IU.bJ9 'n'ofraatlon to Und.Ac, Wctern tat. ilap" (Juldi. ture, the "candr butcher." It is known th) No Knifo, Ligaturo or Caustic Mr, ,or T,cl" and SELLS, llouiahold Ooods to all points Wot rati nn or world over as the most complete ehow, in address Usod. The Flying EqutstrlanCbamplon. all its branches, ever beheld. The Zolog-ici- l Pasasnger Ag't Ohio AMlaslss'i'iuiliray collection embraces every beast of W W. PEAI.ODY. W. uhIUTTuT' Mr. H. Gardner, Treatment Mild. No Detention Trom which mankind has any knowledge. The Busineir. Star Arenic exhibition, or circus proper, The Astounding Iilgh and Leaper, who stands ' Cincinnati. Ohio without a Klral. beats the world, and con'isls of 200 star artists, giving a wonderful exhibition in the Xo Cure Certain nntl rcrmaiteut. great circus rinp.s, six acts at one and the KENTUCKY CENTfiJiL Cure, So Toy. Herculean Venus and Queen cf tbe Flying same time, or a total of more than one hunKing. dred acts, in one exhibition, afternoon or "illuoGniHH Ilotilc." night. Speoial Attention also Given to Cbron-iShortest and Oniokest Ronto from Oon What the Mince ipolis Iribunt eaya re Kidney & Bladder Troubles, The Beautiful, Graceful and Intrepid Mantgt Eouestrl- tralKontnoKjto oil Points North, gardiog the wonderful ehow: enne Last, West and Southwest, The Circus Such a crowd bb rushed Wonderful Aerial Meteors, Trours ofTrlplebomersault-isti- , Fast Line lletwrcn As well as all Diseases peculiar to Women. Troupes of Flsinir Loapers, Troupes of Antlpodean-it- s, id uj'on Sella Bros: last evening is rarely Charges niodmte Dr N. can loconiultcl frM LEXI.VGTO.V A OI.VCI.WVATI Troupes of Jugglers Troupes of bword Leapers, the seen at a circus, even in Minneapolis. Long Diamond lirothera, Attiletrs, the Wonderful Leslie Broth-c- r, 6chedul In Effect May 10, ISM of rhargo and will be found at bis offlco at all tbe Ureal Dooaldsou liiotbers, times tr the next thrio months. before tbe performance commenced, it was No. 6, Ify crmlsslon ho refrs to tho following grn tto. i Ko.lf Booth. Uouxr. I necessary to close the doors there being tlumen.J. ii. Hosier, (1 A. Lackey, H. Irwin, Kx Nun. . Dally Kx. Hun. Htanford, Ky , Judge l I Lee, Tom Murphy. from 11,000 to 12.000 people, packed like , V. Temple, John Jl. Spoonamore, Him Cojk, S 10 am! 8 10 pm On Roman LakJcrs. 11. O. Lre. Corlngton. 2 CO pm sardine) in a box, inside the tent. The perKy , IUv. J. A. Ilogle, 12 a mlln Ky ; TI101. II. Arr, rarls..,. pm Hutton.J.8 ltoblnon, ljnc.nter, "Lexington.. ..10 p rull vo 1, nil 6 10 p rn 12 formance was an admirable one through p u. 0 Walker. C. C. Chrliman. Klrksrilla. Ky.: J. H. Jolitison, ilryanl.vlllo, Ky. J 1'. Danltl, McKlti. I.T. I'arls . . . 11 88 am in 2is71ir a Sill?, who has no equal as a onl, Willie i) p tn ney.Ky; J ltosley, Ibsnon, Ky.tleo. Lew-I- s, Arr. Winchester ' SJpi"l" wl'" 10 pen 0nuiibellrllle, Ky., A. A. Mediums, ilowllng Klchmond.... . i 00 mi bareback rider, Frank Gardner and Ade7 2J Jur (Irarn, Ky , ieo. Uohon, Judge J W. Ilugbee, Lancaster,.., ., 4 60 mi ... '"I ' Tho Only Monster Two Horned World's foaagwie, laide Cordon a, all performed admirable Our Konstcr Itowlsnj Harmdtburg, Ky.;C.C. rjhumate, McAlee.Ky. S sOpial HocLs of Ostriches, Ilr of Crocodiles, Lairs of Allusions. Lve, Itlchiuoad.. . '.' Oi Herpsots, eistrtan itcts The Diamond Brothers and Containing ...."', piu Hosts of Heareu Boarlng Clouds ol llrllllant Arr, Iteres eurr animal known to mm, and made S 30 1. Frank Gardnerjall proved themselves wonby the cnljr lltlnjr pair of Huge " Llvlngaton. l'lumago uirui. 03'am Hippopotami I derful tumblers; Ada Purvis, in u elack-wir- e stes Male and ever beheld In captlnty. a iuou. On cxblbltlpn In America; and pwltlTelj the only Female A Far-Awa- y . Western Wilderness I Orand, Oraceful and lowering ' No. 11 and globe act was artistic; tbe Slrik No. S j No, 1 Show, Fatnily performed wonders with the biHIPPOPOTAMUS, I'or the benefit ol sulleiing humanity and In ! Showing customs, coitumos, trails and heartfelt uratltudo at & 00 am , cycle, and M'lleMargretta was a most dar-tu.... chrclrii. deem Itoulv my duty tothe wonderful results. I- Lvo. Livingston. " lierca give this unsolicited tsOn exhibition In tbe whole world 10 22 am!.... of tics Ten teams true Hsbeinoth Immortalized j tin Inspired tlmony in favor orowlfls Specific. My wlfv lias Arr. Richmond LlephantslnailLt and Sllter Ilarnen, gaily of aerial artiste. Eicb feature advertised The a "ll T:ii. Is Kiitlus ollloljr Job. with hereditary hcrema coupariMDffl, drawing Ten Qol.len Chart North Amortcan Indians, Scouts, ls:n atlllctedher Inuncy; It baa Increased orIn In- Lve. lljwLua"77. 7 15 a was presented, and nothing was indifferent v Itbaum from ot. bleplianta In names', Lkphants ut!, " ...C!.... 8 0.1 a hi',.,,, tucccelng spring, and being Arr. Lincaiter .. tensity wllli each, building Pyramids Elephants at Cow Boys and Frontlors- El Mahdl and Egypta, ly performed. The Sells Bros are justly Itlchmoal. II 0J m somewhat sklllml In mo clno myself, I tried evDrill. mon, ery remedy I tould think of for years &arsapa-rlfl- a Lve, Itlcbmoud .... 0 00 n m 1 JA si m entitled to the good name they have won Our Arr. Winchester... 7 00 am 2 23 am1 Soudanese T.Ione the finest anicombined with every form of 1'otassliu, "fit Herds of Camels, Drorea of Kangaroos, xs boneat'and excellent caterers to tho patlly Uenulne KcprcccntatlTcs of the Claisu named. tlcura." pills ot every kind and hundreds of other Arr I'arls mals ofthelr kind en earth. Herds of Klands, 803 ami 3 18 urn .. Drorea of Antelopes, Drorea ol ileona, remedies, lotions and alkali washes of ever' kind, Ive. Lexington Herds orZebras, rons of .the sawdust arena. 7 25 a m v si p ln. a jmZZ they all gave only tomporary relief. During but Herds olOlraffes. Droves ol Mooae, 0 Paris A Full and Complete Japanese thnsnrluzof l&Sl lipr lower extremities hecamoso 8 15 a t,i 3 S 5Jm, APRIO AND EB30N, i Dens of Arabian Llcn, We can say from our own knowledge Dens of Jaguars, Arr. Covington 11 30 fi 00 , m, C Dens of Leonardi. Mjim luiiaiuoi mm sore mat sue was otiiiget fo keep Dans of II vena. k Circus, Tlgers-- th that the wonderful menagerie is the greatest Our Fe- il Henls of Dromedaries them constantly oonted with a covering of "Fulonlr Dtos of Polar Bears, . linea everseenv ler's Kirtb," mixed wet and allowed to dry on. Drore of Trained Horses, Dens of Wild Tlgera,' 31WHV1VI.K IIKANCII. xwlocical collection on earth, including all And jwnoiig inner inirgs, suo wsi amiciou wun a periodical norvous headache, occurring regularly every known quadrupeds, wild and wonderful, by Intermittent daya eomotlmcs The GrcntetU Arubluu GirciiN seven for weeka at a followed her lllo Kn. 61, Ko. a." ever classified in nology, includin? 'n I 9 M fever tlnio, ao that Dally bxaiuo a ffffifsLi Dally over Itbhcld. v v 4v Kx riiio Kr. Hun. burden to bcr. - . vast entirety the only living pair of hippo ... ..s?f JZ I.V.H6K , ,, """A grand Aulochthonlc Collection, consisting of This sfrlng I determined that abe should takn Lve Covington Unti ever beheld, and tho only giraffes nevr 2 00 pm ?, ; "onglutsnt convocation of nations, In which man- - 8. H. 8 , and follow strictly tbodlrectlons lu regard " Lexington r r jtt "7 25 a IU 4 85 pm Ar1 4 zrx .j jr l cssrr ls r r .. tr c ' 7 to dose, diet, etc This was about seven weeks luu ,. renrtbempii nr an Nnnnnni Trtu.. on.i ...;; raris... mi exhibition anywhere. The complete-iceHrcatest ' ' n ill 5 23 p iu Ethnological Kntlrrty ngo. Alter taking tho flrst largo liottlo the disease Arr Maytvllln..... Id to n in 760ji m ever exhibited. of tho show as a whole is certainly un Bcemea to increase; the burning, itching and Inflammation befnmo unbearable, bin, however, fqiultd. 15o. 6l No. 5T Our Grand, Speotaoular, Stately, Splendid, persevered In the usocl the incdlclno Afur takDally Daily ing tho second bottio the lollammstlon began to Twenty. five cents a gallon is tbe price at fix. Hun Ht. Bun Sumptuous, Flashing, Flaming third bottio tho lull immatlon subside. After the disappeared, loro spots dilod up and turned white Lvo Maysvllle....... which a noted Chicago ice cream manufac3 45 a in 1 00 p m and scaly and finally sho brushed thorn oil In an Arr Paris 8 10a ml t 15 p m turer is prepared to Bupply Sunday school Impalpable, nhtto powder ruicmbllng pure salt. " Lexlngtot J 10 a in n 10 p m Sho la now taking tho sixth liottlc, tbreii table " Civlnnloii II SOl 1,1 'i 01 pm picnic with ice cream. This is how he epoonnul four times dally, i:cry appearance of NOKK.-Tramakes it. To five gallons of ekfm milk, the dlsentu has gouu and her llcah Is becoming soft, anil 4 are dally between Win whit) and smooth again; and what is mnro, her trnlnr ceiling twenty cent), he adds half a pound ' rcrlodlral headaches havo dlaappearcd and the Is ar dolly except Suuday. now, at U years of age, enjoying the onlr good 1 rain No. 1 runs via Ijirlnjlnn of oleomargarine, a pound of corn starch, ' . .. " ....i Paris, and . . nnt ,.a 1, ;iii , With flourish of iieaiiiiauo billing of Drums, flying wonder sheu.it Known ior upw.irus or rj years, nu uu. win 11M...I.ucji'.r nua raris. dnlarea lth emphasis that every half an ounce of gelatine and the requisite colors, Hags, banners and bannerets, making inadeat Wineliest(.r with lottlo or .v. H. H. is worth a tliousaud tlifies Ita niLltfci ?0,?'ftl9tnrn Mt Ht.rllng, A Ohio for Aahlanl (Iuooee and flavoring. weight In gold, Huntfngton, Charleston, W. V..., and liiuurri A Wrand, Trliimnlinitt Jubilation of Incon Auriuttiitr Jiwormilion coneornliiir her caw The fences in the United atalsi have cost will bo cheerfully glvon by herself at her ceivublo biIeniIor, 133Uullott strict, or by inn. n.arl 51,500,000,000, or a eum cear'y Over-r- e aching all tho previous shows ot pomp JOHN I. HltADLLV. and WliSHS ajr.!nBro!.:i:oud' Va' a;eantry, Isglreuonthe morning or our entry, free 41 (Jrlswoid street. iqual to cur national debt. of charge to all. Asconool bhowy Spleudor on tho .i,l i.. Throuir Detroit, Miw,May lfi,18i3. tlr.lii.ia checked to any highway ot town, ucaiinatlon renched by railroad. TJuce creameries in Madison county Ilo cure to gt tho genuine and send for Trratlss B. !. .11. SIOtlSK, W. 11. WHITTLESEY. Dens hy tho Score of Wild Animals Open on the treetH. TwehoUantls of MiibIc. HariiPssed lvloilinnts, t'ninclf", VAUa en lllond and bktn Dlesrei free For sale by all Passenger Agent, Iowa, pay to tho farmers from $123,000 to Trav. l'aa, imit. THK tiWUT 8PKCIKI0 CO., 9 Druists. Covington, Ky, K ... liroiiit'tiancs ami yiewras. The Urnutlcst Street l'roccsslou Ever Witnessed. $160,000. DranerS, Atlanta, (fa. C'W'SMIT". H.W.Fuffi; 8,1 Sd STARS! 200 Dr. E. J. Nickerson, rast Timo and Suxo nootions and Always makra &M. Con Senor Ion -- I3ell? THE STIRK riles WILLIAM Frank Ak m? r r" ir " ' M'llc Msiretta, Iron-Jaw- 1 1 Miss Mildred Gardner, The American Trio, Djn-Title- 1 The Great. Boniali XSroihei'.s, and JFulIy Two Miiiulred Otlicr.s v 11 world-l.iuo- ECZEMA GIRAPPJES q 1 I ...... c fil 11 fable-Man- .., Coal-Blac- ,' Kbon-Hue- jw NOBTII-UOUS- oTS 1 iP r.-.- a g, yOUTH-IIoi'M- , l43?5St Trui-ipcts- eant lma o, A 1 .,.-....- !' W, it , Hew York. (Aug. 7) Jencral Manager. (inn ia.;A(t ' t y.