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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885082801 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. k aK .JlW- - Sewi ' VOL. XIV. ftmi-ffittcchl- Akv KxiM. Kin OANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. tiienot MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. ,'' lis, 4 illCi NO. 51. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1885. OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. i .f ly ' 1 1 i'' ? i. The hemp crop in Biyle county this Lancaster, Managed by Jno. 8. Fis.i. A old wave rescued here yesterday, The sick folks around town are re- year is verv fine. College of Philosophy, Letters and Science, Richmond, Ky. rMbtfaictf Tueacfaia anil Frtdayw ported better this week. The Danville base ball club will play which makes a thick coal fVel comfortable. It is understood tha quit a crowd will Mr. J. Q. Sweeney li building a com- at Somerset Friday and Saturday, NEXT SESSION OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2, 1885. 8SI.OO ANNUM. Twenty nine shares of Boyle National attend the Sunday School Picnic at Mt. fortable brick office in the rear of his store, The cold wave proved to be too much ilank stock are to be sold Saturday bv T. Guthrie Whin paid strictly la advance. II we have to ADVANTAGES. A Full Facultvof able and exnerlcLced instructors:. Comprehensive conne. of of a good thing. There beiog no stoves ex- D. English, Auctioneer. F. L. Thomp'on, W. H. Albright and study and thorough Instruction. Completeness ot building and apparatus. wait any time, 13.00 will U charged. Social Inllnence: The community li distinguished for Its leaned culture and hospitality and K)7. J, C. Randolph will preach at Frank Cbecnut have alt had an addition young men find homes In tba 11 EST families. Not aKalonn In the ritr. cept in the bar rooms those reports became llealthralneiii of Mt. Xenia church on the Danville and to their families in the laH few days. In all malarial Influences. Location! Ktchtnond li at an elevation ofl.OOOteet aboTe the sea acd free from at once wonderfully popular. W. P. WALTON. ArcfMlbllltjt Richmond lithe geographlcO centre of ths State, in the heart of the S Hon. W. C. Owens, the brilliant Scott Stanford pike next Sunday. girl. each esse it region and U within a few hours by rati of Louisville. Cincinnati, Knoxvllle and Chattanooga. Nearly all the reiident Catholics and A protracted meeting has been in county representative, was here Wednesday jioaeraie r.xpenaci: uoaru in me new jucnonai iiau, ugnieu dv gai ana neauu by steam an and HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. home 9112 50 per urging his claims for the speakership. No many of their friends and well wishers at- - progress) at Buckeye church for several elegant, coruforable lor the ten monthi, annum, 30 to In tho best lamlllca from J3 to SI per week. Total necessary expenses from J tilO . Il.UCJXTOX, D. It. Chancellor- man in the next house is belter fitted than tended the picnic at Junction City for iuii miormauon ana catalogue, apply to days, conducted by E'der Joseph Hiatt. For Bale oh Kent. A desirable Mr. Feland Thurmond, of Stanford, To dale there have been about 7 additions. containing about 110 acres, all In cul Mr. Owens to occupy the potition. farm Major. James A. Burnslde complains bought of Winfied & Wm. Scott their res James Spivy shot a Mr. Idol at Living tlvation, situated on the Hustonvllle and I that tho court ruins his business. The idence and grounds corner 5th and Broad- ston last bundar. The wound is not seri Libert turnpike ro id, joining the limits ot the former place, which we will oiler to the coons in hit employ are either witnesses or way for $2,000. Possession given Oct. 1st. ous. The shot entered under the left arm. Nichols & Durham, furniture dealers Spivy is in jail awaiting an examining tri htehest bidder on Tuesday, the 1st day of parties in trivial Commonwealth cases, and spend the entire court hanging around the and undertakers, made an assignment Tues- al. September, 1SS5, between the hours of 10 In the meantime the worms day for the benefit of creditors. LiabiliMrs. Eugene Nicholson died Monday and 12 on the premises. If we do not sell Court-Housties from $1,200 to $1,500; assets about the last after a lingering illness of eeveral we will rent to the hlghet and get away with his tobacco crop. said farm The wife of LllburnUooch, who lives same. months. He husband and four little childbeat bidder. For particular call on John The Lebanon and Junction City clubs ren have the sympathy of the entire comnear Gilbert's Creek, preteated her husband Kills, at Hustonville. Terms made known af-- 1 Pa.yea at tne tatter place yesterday, lne munity on day of sale. We will also oiler at the an eight pound bay at 2 o'clock in the of last Sunday. The next day at Junction boys won by a score of 29 to 5. I will go to the cities on the first oi same time and place, two brood mares and ternoon IN and Harper of the Danvilles played September to buy my fall; stock of goods mules. John tillis, Nao the same hour she gave him another boy, inner two with the Junction City club. Wall Paper, Wines. Mnslcnl weight 7J pound. No further developand desire all persons whose accounts are Drnffg, (40 3l) mi Cooper, Mary M. Ellis. BookH, Clietnlcnlg, InHtruementtt, Iiiniior Mr. H.T. Noel went to Shelby ville due to pay me on or before that time. ments. Mother and kids doing well. Dr. I Stationery, Clears, Pocket Tuesday to attend a meeting of Holstien must have the money. F. L. Thompson. DroENEiUTr. Boh or Statesmen. Any Wm. Huflman attending physician, 2t. Soaps, Tobaccos, Cutlery, Oils, attends the Presidents' receptions called for the purpose of arone who Abjut People. John E. 8torms has cattle men, Miss Zula Williams and her brother, Lumps, Perfumery, Macliin Fire Arms, Is struck by the physical contrast between gone to Rockcastle Springs. Mr. and Mr. ranging for annual sales and otherwise ad- John M. Williams, started to Needles. Mitchell last Goods Department Is In Chargo of Col. Onr Jewelry, Sllvcrvrnro and the prominent statesmen of the day and J. If. Walton, of Mason county, are visit vancing the interest of this class of Block. night, where they will attend College for TI103. Blcbnrus, uho will RepairOptical Hatches and Clocks promptly nud In the best Mr. Robert llano, of this place, who the next ten months. Mr. their hopeful sons. It is well known that ing their children here, S. A. Walton and W.G. Adams, of all the United States Senator, with tdree Mr. B. M. Burdett. Col. Tho. S. Bron-sto- n raises some very remarkable vegetables, Newport, is visiting relatives in this counexceptions, and nearly all able men in the waa hero Wednesday closing his ac- tried this year to show up some "yard ty. J, K. McClary is spending a few days House of representatives are above the counts with the National Bank. The U. long" beans. When done growing they at Dripping Springs. Jack Adams, Jr, height and of very ample proportions. S. deposits will be transferred to Rich- were rather lengthy, but still lacked a lit- and wife are at Rock Castle Springe. men, and required all mond. Mr. O. H. Waddle, of Somerset, was tle of the full yard. They are To enter Wet Point the candidate must F. W. Handman is now engaged in the the vitality of their Urge frames to raise here Monday feeling how the public pulse -- I havo received and still receiving- be between eeventeen and twenty-twfive world They are an hon- beats in his race for Cimmonwealth's At- manufacture of Weiner-wurs- t in addition tbemselTcs in the feet in height, pound in body and able to or to the White House, and lend dignity to torney. He is a pleasant gentleman, a to ginger ale, pop Ac. He also manufacits receptions. But what a pitiful lot ere good lawyer and would make an efficient tures a superior article of bricks, bottles, pacii an examination eucn aa 11 usually re lager beer for family use, sells it by the quired for admiteion to college. He must their wretched little dudes of sons, with officer if chosen by the people. Comprising the toit In the market, which will bo lejs, dwarfed frame, sunken drink acd is a handy and enterprising man be nominated by the Congressman from his their spindle Court Notes Very little business district, each Congressional district making Gotton Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Nemo in City or Country. chests and colorless faces ambilionles, has been done as yet. J. L. Kindred was generallr. S. F. Maguireand W. R. Dawson, here one nomination every tour yean, or dlssipitetl, worthless, without e?en a man- fined $60 for keeping a tippling house Give Me a Trial. the districts every year, the theory ly rice. There are some marked excep Curt Simpson and John Pollard got $25 tofore partner in the raddle and harness tions, but the average society young man aa and 10 days each for carrying a chunk ot a business, have dissolved. W. H. Hicks being that each district is to have one repseen at the White Howe is anything but pistol. Wm. Iljker for malicious cutting got has moved his steam laundry acres the resentative in the Academy. If a district an object cf admiration. It is a common off with a $50 fine. At the last term he street to a part of the property recently oc- - sends one not qualified, that is iU losr. , sight to see a handsome, stately girl with was sentenced to the penitentiary for 2 years cupied by Gac. Lawrence. Miss Mamie Each student is paid $540 per year during IiBB P. HUFFMAN-a year one of these little objects trotting across but Judge Denny with the help of the Court Carrigan i visiting the family of Mr. Jno. nia lour years oi stuuy, and STANFORD, KY. the room at her side, scarcely reaching her of Appeals, pulled him out of that hole and Hpoonamore in this county. Mr. Charles after he is graduated. Office South tide Main Street, two doort abovi All classes of Building Material lor sale at my I Hagendorn, for sjme time past the popular don't admire the the Mreri Hotel: houlder. That women Ber is more dangeroui than whisky. Fare Nitrons Oxide Gas adtnlnlitered when re- premises on the Hustonvlllo pike. he cot a new trial, with the light fine men J-- JtEIIi, Stanford. puny things is proTed by the rarity of mar- tloned above. Henderson Green, a pistol- - clerk in Gllcher's confectionary, baa gone That is the verdict of the Scicntijie Ameriquired. riage in Washington society, except n bearer from Paint Lick, was found guilty to Chicago to live and has been succeeded can, which sets forth that tho use of beer is SB. W. B. PENNY, army and nary circles, when the young in thretcatee, with fines aggregating $S5 by Mr. Fred Miller, of Louisville. found to produce a degeneration of all the WB3B& BTANFOBD, KENTUCKY. Mr. F. T. Fox, of this vicinity, Bold to men are more manly In form and character. and 30 days in jail charged against him. organr; profound and deceptive fatty deOffice on Lancaster street, next door to Ihtb- - I will deliver Ici to regular customers In Stanford Washington Letter to the Philadelphia Visiting attorneys Col. T. P. Hill, R. P. a Lexington party on Wednesday his fine posits, diminished circulation, conditions 12 A. rior Journal office. Office hours from 8 towhes and vicinity every morJlng at colt, Grover Cleveland, for $1,200. Grover u. and 1 to S P. u. Anesthetic! administered Tims. Jacobs, Col. W. G. Welch, John 8. Van r. of congestion and perversion of functional neccuary. won the 3J heat in the 2.27 class and is reONE CENT PER POUND Anotrr Widow. I hare a Tague idea Wiukle.W. O.Goodloe. activities, local iothmmation of both the Accounts due at the cloio ol'each month, or garded aa a very promising colt. Mr. Wil! that a widow, to be natural, should always TO when customer Quits. liver and kidney?, are constantly present. son Dunn, of this place is also elated over SELLS BROS.' BIO SNOW. n. e. n A.n now. I can't give my reason for It. be plump. All parties wanting brick or itone work of any A slight Injury, a severe cold, or a ehock the performance of his black kind done will find It to their advantage to comI have long had a conviction that grief The Biggest of All Big Shows. to the body or mind, will commonly pro- municate with AST V. IV. BOO.VJ7, which won in the trot of the 2.3S class at I Halls Gap, Ky. over a departed husband is fattening. A show so immense as to surprise the voke acute disease endic;: fatally in a beer 44.1m know that stsge widows are always wan oldest showmen in the country and to com- Lexington Wednesday. Wakefield & Hud- drinker. Opposite Coubt-IIous- k and pale and faint at the sight of any relic pletely eclipse any and all shows ever before son Bold Wednesday to Gentry Bros., a good Southern horse for $100. Same firm bought because a man is an English & The proposition that KENTUCKY, School DANVILLE, of the deceased. But this is a dramatic setn. A eLow with innumerable special officeholder he has no right to take part in license, and only in comedies where true feature, any one of which is a whole' show from a Garrard county party a 3 year-oldMeals are serred at all hours, Gams always on Christian College Building, 1 hand and In Its season, oyiteri fresh fish, am slta- political management is ridiculous. The in., at $125. love and devotion are made funny, not to in itself. A show with the only pair of 15 h, liar delicacies served in - - KY. notice. Lookout for theall styles ana on shortestima- first duty and obligation of an officer, of IICSTONVILI.E, Although rather early in the slzn ''Woodbine Boitaudo they make widows blood ewearitg hippopotami living in capgay ridiculous, rant" and call when you are hungry. tion of some, there is already considerable course, is to discharge the functions of ms plump. Come to think cf It I don't lee tivity on eartb; a shpw with the only F. IV. JTASOXIIEIJlEIt 6 CO., The Third Anuual Session will open Wednesday discussion among Ibyie county people as office honestly and efficiently. Having Sbe Dauvllle, Ky. why a widow shouldn't be plump. Instruction rhinoceros on earth; a show with SEPT. JO, 1SS3. ofCourse of tbo end to Development the mind to the next contest for circuit judge in this done this, we should like to know why he thorough. nothing to worry about. She is hero- the only has African tiger ever bebe attained. Tcrmi reasonable. For circulars PIAZVOS, ORGANS, MUSIC, sic Sauf-le- y JOHN BUBGIN. has no right to participate in any sort o ii"'lu ine of one great battle, with a weakened held; a show with a thousand other features district. While Messrs. Alcorn and MIfed H. BUKGIN. have announced tbeir candidacy, it is political management. N. Y. Bun. We are agents for the old and reliable John Principal! world before her to conquer. I like widows. never before seen. The only great quadS3 tf. Church Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio, far the sale of PiIt always seems to me that a widow is a ruple circus, each ring a circus in itself; a understood that Judge Owsley may rgain anos, Orgtns, Automatic Musical Instruments and A Georgia man in climbing a fence, got become a candidate and that Hon. J. S Muiical Merchmdlse in Lincoln and Garrard 9IILLEKSBDBG womtn who has got the best of a man show with fully 200 r artists giving caught and hung for four days with his counties, Kentucky. Monthi u PaumetltH Van Winkle, of Dinvile may enter the a man recelred until paid for. 5I7h best HttllHlnrrt He iut have been a good deal of six simultaneous acts in four great circus head down and his heels up before being Co., Hazelton Bros., judimnlicm: Win. KnabeA New England Pianos, or a very little of a man, but she's got the rings; a show with Don Jerenimo Bell, the list. As the candidates in the other Decker A Bon, Evertt and is believed he discovered and relieved. It either upright or iquare. In Organs, the followbest of him. It seems to be awfully hard world' champion bareback rider, whose cial districts have made their announce- will die, as no Georgia man has ever lived n maters: Clough A Warren, John popular ichool lor young ladles will be re- ing Church A Co, and the Sterling, with tba patent for a womtn to nurvlve her husband. 1 .alary is greater thnn that of the President ments would it not be as well for thoeo in three days without a drink of whisky. The This opened, under entirely new auspices, Chime lieltH Attachment. Indo not wish to ask whether matrimony is of the United State; a show with twenty the Sth to do the satut? The VclCHtcoit, an Buona in Kentucky i two days. Otli, 1885. strument, toe catalogues Automatic Musical most perfect In the world. Tho kind expression of the editor of limit is fatal to woman. I champion riders, headed by the gallant after all a disease that to all who apply, Vista (Col.) Democrat. Illustrated tent tree W1TU t also the references from those who hare don't sy that a woman should never mar- "Dor.;'' a show unsurpassed, aye, unequal-e- the Inteiuou Joviinal in the iisue of the bought nnd tried any of the above uiutical Instru20th Inst., concerning Commonwealth's AtNew York wanti a S 1,000,000 monuIf ry at all. She should alwaiH marry Home Hov. C. Popo, of Augusta, Ga., as ments. Address us ut Stanford, Ky. anywhere on earth. It will surely extorney P..C. Warren were very gratefully ment to Grant, and is able to pay for it, it S. it. A li. JT. COOK. Prosidont, other man -- Stn Francisco Chronicle. Srtmford on Wednesday, Septemhibit at received by the many friends of that gen- is nobody'd business j only the New Yorkers ASD 0.2 Bii.i, Nye on His Biiitiiw.ace, A ber 2, in all its greatness, in all its vaelness, tleman in Biyle county. Thei endorse need not ask for outeide subscriptions, Mrs. S. C. Trueheart as Lady Princi ;i criticise his birthplace, I In all its mighty proportions, added to im- them all and think the subject of them Tboe are all needed for the National Monman ought not to pal, greatest and Aided by oncot the most Competent and Experipresume, and yet, if I weroto do it all over mensity, thorn of uothing, the wrll deserved tho endorsement of a ument, which, of coursp, will be at Wash- enced lacullles In the State. Parents may rest asagain, I do not know whether I would ec- - the best on earth. belongs. Boston Courier. sured of tho most thorough training ot their Honest, capnblc end incorruptible ington, where it v. HI daughters In all that pertains to mind, manner! Irct thnt particular spot or not. Sometimes w to our care. The Rjwellvilie Jlemhl linltrprue, whore he is thoroughly devoted to hi duty, were drowned and moral. It committed Ten thousand Chinese For catalogues containing Information as to I think I would not. And yet, what rat-ineditor was married a fortnight sgo, says. while his high bred courtesy and gentleness near Canton, China, during the great rain terms, Ac, address eo m 5 HEV. C. POPE, Mlllcrsburg. Ky. ories cluster about that old house! There "Women are jmt too lively in MH "1 of disposition make him a general favorite hrSL Or MU3. S. C. TKUEUEART, Stanford, Ky. storm. was tho place where I first met my parents. a lawn dresses, When fresh from with his brethren of the bar. Mr. Warren M rt J 2 an acquaintance It was at thaUime that the close communication wilh toilet soap is a native of Bovle nud was educated hero, mT-- 0 if. FARM FOR SALE. 3 sprung up which has ripened in later years and crystal water, she has the ripe pc.tch and although for a number of years a citizen College, into mutual respect and esteem. It waa rrAi watched his hon fragrance of paradise. When a follow pars- of Lincoln our, people have I otlVr tor nle my Farm of 12 Acres, midway fc2i there that what might be termed a rasual ' 8TANPOIID, ICX. IkItmii Tiirncrirlllo and McKlnnev. It C5! es to the windward of a lovely woman who orable career wilh pride and havo never iiood condition, well ltuprovd, has brick Is in fhouse m meeting took place, that has, under the a'- C22I ui is filling the air with awcetues and purity ceased to regard him aa one of their own. and all the necessary outbuildings. Apply to or chemy of restless years, turned to golden address meat MeKlanev. Ky. S2 n t S c s ir. : as ehe gncjfully trlpi alon;, he delicately i-years the construction of H'. A. HAJIILTOX, In thirty-fiv;a co links, formlrg a pleasant but poweiful snlfN the air as if he had got a snatch of 7. cables has progressed so that now 0' m . C? W octMi bond of union between my parents and my- - heavenly perfume God bleai the women six cab ei ppan the AtUnllc, moro than Instution will Tho next sess'on of this ! J,m o begin on self. For that reason I hope that I may 20 connect Kaclnud and the Continent, and if there were nono on earth 00,000 mile of wire run along the ocean From my place near Crab Orchard a H'i! rtwl MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1885. bo spared to my parents for many years to C 'on', with onlv ono horn. I bought her men would be fcarce." bed In other parts of the world. come. from somebody in Stanford, but have forgottan The President ruslstcdby -- 3 m the name. Any information concerning her will There on that spot, with no inheritancs A Boston Courier reporter asked the SuBucklen's Arnica Salve, thankfully rrcelved. be baldnew A Corps of Efficient Instructors, but a predisposition to premature FKITX Kltr.EGEtl, Ky. perintendent of Schools the other day: THE I1E3T SALVU In tho world fot Cull, istSO s gwfnSS.g Crab Orchard, rTo tfi? and a bitter hatred to rum; with no penon- - "HiW docs it happen that there are so Ilrulsra, Sores, Ulcen, Silt UUetm, Fever Sorei, Will endeavor to g lvo careful training and thorQ 3 ough instruction io the pupils committed to bis al property but n misfit suspender and a many old maids among the school teach Tetter, Chipped Hindi, ChtlbUlni, Corm and all P charge. Terms rcaiouale. bend for circular. ITlPtr CRAB ORCHARD Skin Eruptions, and pojltlrolr cures Hies, or no which ban atone bruUe, began a life history er? ' and he replied: "Became school teach- pay required. It Ug iu.uito.il to g va parfoct lit TESTIMONIALS: never ceased to be a warning to people who ers are ai n rule, women of tense, and no Itfactlon, or money relundcl. Prlco 2 cents per C0LLEGIATE SCHOOL I SO- M IFrom J.J. White, Professor of Greek Boiton Globe. eell groceries on credit. by Penny A McAltster. Imx. For rile on&Ible wtman will give up a sixty-dolln Zi GO M on Jlonddlh Washisotox A Lkb U.sminiiTV. 15. 1SS2. Crab Orchard, Ky., will G " sr- r Va.. Julv man." K Very Remarkable Discovery. Ei. Fred Aahford, an Alabama burglar, was position for a Preparatory, Academic aud Sotit. 7, 1SH3. Mr. AW. H. 1'axton cradunted at this Insttllu- ss C Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester, Michigan, Colleglato Department!, under experienced'' tcach-eHon in 1801. Has been engaged in teaching since sentenced to hard labor for five year. He n 5 nud conscientious, has Tho same old thing hrn happened again wiitei: "Mywifohai been almost helpless lor IVrclrculan glTlng terms, address It. H.Bro-naug- tho war, and being cspable piofessiou. o Iiob served that term and also five years on bla President Hoard of Trustees, Crab Orchard, been very successful lu this titno in Washington. Man went to flvo yean, io helpless that ibo could not t urn over 3 1 his coHte. lie has nearly two years more In bed alono. Sho used to bottlei of Electric BitKy., or Edgar P. Hawcs, Principal, Loulivlllc, From James A. Walker, rrcently Li. a newspaper office to thrash the editor, hut norcf Vlrgtuta.j hofatu his debt on account of bin trial ex and li bo much Improved that e'.io is nor able Ky. NewnKRN. Va., June !0, 1S7J the projinmiue got mixed and he got ft tendo her own work." Electric Bltton will do all to testimony to the penses are pild. Ho Is paying Ht the rate It ailords me ploaiure to bear Mr. Alex. S. Pax-to- n thrnihing himelf, with compound interest that It claimed for them. Hundreds of testimonuatltlcitlons and eiHdency of 2 of fivo cent per day. "If any device or Is kind, but firm 50 us a teacher. Ills discipline added. Thrashing the editor is a contract nials attctt their great curative iower. Only plan more devilish in its conception or and good. cents R Kttlo at Penny A McAllster'i. that should always he sublet. Tho tmrttiprshlp heietofore eilsllna under tho From tho Rev. J. Rico Bowuibp, D. D od more wicked in its execution could be tf.nl name of Edmliton A Owsley Is this day dli HsRMSONnimri, Va.. July 4, 1SS2. Excitement in Texas. solved, D. It. Kdmlston hailng sold hli intorest to by the ingenuity of uv.n to oppress A Washington man refused $25,000 for tcstlfrlnc to intn Dlrasuro inuouicu io O rent excitement has been caused In the vicinity i.o. rvilj. All personsmako nn earlyiue firm ton's hhiU literaryIn attainments, Mr. Alex.S.in Pax- bis his zeal settle his fellow man," my the Prison Inspectors, a cow, and laat week tho cow died. She olParli, Texas, by the reiaarkablo discovery of nro earnestly requested to facility In Imparting intttuctiori profession, bis Ji. 11. K.MW'i"O.V, ment. and his oourclentlous rngard tor tho moral as well Corley, who wei so belplen be could not "we would bo glad to ba ndvleed of it. The couldn't stand tho thought that ehe Mr. J. E E. P. OWSLEY. as the intellectual development ol the youth comliitnlc b'td or ratio bti heads everybody oatd he to a man who had ro littlo sense. Idea of imprisoning a man In tlih ago for mitted to his euro. Dr. naidvlneof consumption, A trial bottlo of they know all about Mustang Lin-- . Having sold my Interest 'n tho firm of Edmlslon seven yeara to pay n debt of something ("Merchant Travoler. H. P. Hall, Sec. Board of Truitew Bolivar King' New Discovery wni nt hlw. Finding re- AOwskvto James T. Craig, who in eonnectlou fFroru Aouden.y.J iment. Few do; Not to Iiow 13 K. P. Owilsy will continue th business at over $100 at five cents per day is abhorrent. Three weeks ago it man wm beiitenced at lict, ho biuglit a largo lultle and a box oi Dr. withold stand under tho Arm name of Owiley A Maoimimvillr, Tg.sk , April 1, 1879. A the Nnot to have. King's New Ufa Pills, and by the tlmo he had Craig, I tako this method of returning thanks to B. Paxto.t tanght In Bolivar Malo Prof. Alex Iloppir.ire is defiDcil by Madame de York, Kngland, to three months impriion-incu- t takou two boxei of PllU and two bottlei of tbo tho patrons or the firm for the very liberal patron-ae- e Feinalo Ac.iUmy. His wneral decortmant was Iu the Ho had previous- Discovery, he win well nud had gained In lleiliM for manslaughter. extended to It In the past and hope that Its that of a retlned, Clulitlan gentleaiiu. Stael to be "Astute of constant occupation will continue to receive the oatroBage school room ho proved blmioli a rlpo sibsyar. a ly done seven yearn pntl servitude for pounds. Trial bottles olthli Great Dleeevcry for mcfosiars filendi ol the old firm. Ilcspectfullv, thorough and ctliclcnt fustruetor and a good dissome desirable object, with a continuof all the upon ciplinarian. EU.V1SIOX. Coniuuiptlou tree at Penuy A McAltiter'i. f ' al pernio of progresa toward its attainment." stealing a shirt. B 3ntmorournaI CENTRAL UNIVERSITY. ri3It ia BLUE-GRAS- 1 i M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, Paint, DEALBIt8 e. & STAGG, Stanford, Ky., d at-era- H. C. RUPLEY! self-mad- o, NEW GOODS SPRING & SUMMER one-four- th I STjnOKON DENTIST, Dentist, in ICE! ICE! ICE! i9-- tf 154-ly- BUILDERS Masonlieimer's Restaurant Classical , ... tvo-horn- coal-blac- k all-sta- FEMALECOLIEGE SEPTEMBER d, 37-l- Sim m o o o-- - newly-laundri- t s m Stanford Female t5 !" S3 - 1 ALEX.S.PAXfbN,f.B.Pres. n bald-heade- STRAYED !c? m 0 d iriri ot9U 3 r rsrcrsS m "ill O 3?t fr aTl7P? . ar forty-dolla- n. h, ?z o 7i Lleut.-Gover-- NOTICE con-coct- t T Men Thinkv B'J-- tf 60-t- t) -- ,' Ik a&i V L wrtmmmmmmm&m!tatwbm """"T N N v u r executed. The puppy, a beautiful brown protwt of Senator Blackburn Bern and white spaniel, is a general favorite. against the removal of Capt Murphy as Mama has taken him under her win;. It Superintendent of tho Frankfort public building have been added those of Col. A 'Chanter on Monkeys, Does and has been her manifest destiny to rear pup fltanf. August 28, 1885 Stanford, Ky., pies ever since she had brothers with a penDEALER IN- Parrots for tho'Children. Billy BreckinriJee, Judge Geo. W. Crad-doc- k chant for dogs, nnd afterwards a husband Hardware, and Col. J. Stoddard Johnston, we Horso Shoes, Groceries, Nntldlcs, learn from the Louisville Times. What "Praiso tho Lord. God is Love and No- - ditto. So "Young 'Arry" as we paraphrase P. WALTON. W. Iron, Nails, (kucciuwarc. lluttav Whin. Mill ti ''Harry Young" (his name being that of they cm see in thii miserable old coon to thing Else." Hhbbi' Wheels, Btovcs, Cane Mills, Harucfw, xr., re tbe giver Young of the "tiutlolks" with a admire or what is the governing cause of Npoltcs, Grates, Cider Mills, Lap Covers, cockney transportation) has fallen to his The Owensboro Mtsscngcr thinks it nn their action is put finding out, though 'pjiosrECT Point," Landouii, N. India, ICIiuk, Stoneware, Corn rihellers, Collars. The easy matter to predict that Qen. Simon eurely there is a cat in the meal tub, as the July 18th, 1885, J oldest mistress, who makes him up a bed vat! will be the democratic Boliyar Buckner Deak Interior: -- I see you have tamper-pere- d every night beside her own, in an old trunk OHvnr flhlll.ft nhntnntnn Rtaal anA Tt.lnlw We are glad to same paper eueststs. Tn t wooaon ".j..vunjv.uuiiiimoj uuuuiuou rigws, ttt i am nominee for governor of Kentucky in 18S7, know, however, that our strictures on the with my heading, and substituted tray, and reBlgnedlv "acceptB the situation" ubbi x umps, ana mo ueteoratea jaayfloid Elevator. Tin Roof-in- r; nd mIvIim Jim McKeczle to keep out of "Always Praising the LORD " Nowpleate though detesting pups "in general". most offensive and disgusting of partisans Be and Qutterinff will havo prompt attention. the fight for "a singular fatality aeeina to were filed ngainst Murphy and that they don't do that. It is like a "wet blanket" on "YoUng 'Arry" having been sound aleep McA amenmetx j jann Jirfaht, all occupants of the gubernatoriof his mistress' overtake Co Jr. had more weight than all the protests of my letter. I don't want attention directed all the evening, on the skirt icboc al chair. Whatever their fair promlje the honorable gentlemen named. Murphy to the fact that I nm doing anything. Bat dress, is wide awako and ready for a romp W when inaugurated, they fall into the mesh-- e has gone, like all other rascals should be it is impottan, that men should be recalled by the time we are getting sleepy. So after THE XEW'OKOOEKT AXI IIAUDWAKE JIOUNE OF ttOtiC' of tho Frankfort mutual admiratiom to the fact that there is a "LOUD" to be a general rip at everybody's ankles and a do made to ler. and then into the indolent, listleea praised. If you have no objections, I tui: at the ladies' dresses, he is led off to Be Bosley, of the Winchester Sun, boa'te way of that sleepy old town, and run along would be glad if you give the heading I al his bedroom. But go into his box? Not nal a of the leading jourin the old rut1! of their predecesaors, mak- that the editors of four ways use now, in nm, every time, utii, If he knows himself! First, a preliminary liter. A ing no efloit to improve the old method nals of Kentucky, were born and raised at least restore the old intact, Suffer this hunt all around tho room nosing in co. ityle. Lincoln and Boyle line within the nxTSTonNr-vixaLiiishsl-s- t. of government, and rather letting the office near the wee lecture, good Walton; I havn't given rner, where we are in terror lrsta scorpion ny who hang circumference of two miles. Besides himand tho political barnacles should sting him at any time. Then he you one for some time. Fa is Feland of the Anderson Xcu-sself there around it run them instead of running the I marvel that no one hi put in any comes with a bound and a short bark back Would kl.dly .ik jourattettlon to thefact that they haro Juit returned Irotn the cllle. with ! L. 1 Metcalf, of the Jeeaamine Journal and ir 'h anJ noil felecled stock of CIIOIl i: of Sa office. When Mr. Knott became Governor book (that I have seen, at least) the ibral to the box where he knows he ha to go at What's Lewis, of the Somerset Republican. ire n we had high hopes of a change, .but he marvel that greets our eyes, when we take last, but where he resolves only to go un villi having fallen from the wayside, too, we the matter with the Hanging Fork soil and what little strolls the continuous showers der protest. He turns his head cunningsuch great men? wonderful ly on one side, after the mnnner of pups, In aawtlji varlal look upon the effice and its surroundings water that it produces and down pours permit. It is a IiIhIb I. ...Ill g ..n.'... in There must be a Pierian spring hid "Miory i. priemij tbli wa guaranty. Our aim ihilt li with euperetitious fear; hence our advice transformation. I have written, before, of the inspects the spread prepared for him and i mi nm iu .uri" flTery want in our llur. the hills. to McKeoztc, and every other young men brown and golden moss that envelopes the then bounds away for another hunt around Uilt Judoe Dunn am, first controller, has set trunks and limbs of the oaks and rhododen-drou- s the room. After a whilo he i captured with a promising future, to steer clear of it. . rn. v. '.im.hI - " v ...-.- ... (t armis and thrust ignominiously into Ini ITIAI hAh .Tl .. ...vmu....t ..u.u.j iuu 41 .uirnca. .... lire .. ...-- . n r iv.lih. .. Lst tho old fellows like Buckcer and Cerro down with a dull thud upon another leak and elsewhere on the Himalay here iiur ti in -Oreat Wtfrn IaerTe- - nod many other family I.Torltt.. Our Gordo Williams and Thoa. L Jones fight in the Treasury. The Court of Alabama as rsow the gold and Drown are ujcKeu the receptacle where he has declined to go theJuitlyeel.trateJ rh!. i..3 tbe I. an. Qufcn.w.ro .lock eon.l.t.ln part of Table, Tm .ml Chamber M, co...,.ltr, UI,Mwar. rlehl, tatS gets it will be per- Claims has been costing the government with delicate greens, and in places quite willingly. Then a protracted conflict be- and over it. The one that etched. In the waj of Ilreaditufla we name Uutkwhwt Hour, the quenol wl.-llliall trUx- -. some $70,000 per annum to do nothing, covered. These mosses are simply seed- tween maternal authority and puppy will hrated Taunt -- (1. SI." Flour. urUalled lor manently disposed of."' . rak. and whil. it without warrant of law, and he has decided beds of ferns. How the innumerable At last discipline conquers and with a long otic i.roducti.arTajrdaifa.lhful adjunct.. All tlodellcaclciln Kor.lgn aud Douiwllc ConfUon r under Grant, Hays, An Ohio to stop all future payment of claims drawn spores of the lovely, graceful plants tsver drawn sigh and short yelp of protest and aro here. Tin, Slonp, Wooden and Wlllowwar. Klwlrlc Lain, Stallonrrr. Canned .Meati and Krnlti ieiuii Gatfield and Arthur, Capt. P. H. Dowling, by it. The Judge is fast earning the so got there, I can not divlcc. But the dor- discontent 'Arry" agrees to subside, until andawinrletellneofClgaraandTouarcoi. Well, thl. I.ouly a bint of .hit , hare. DcllTln by name, now postmaster at Toledo, end aik an rxamlnatloaof our good, and Tour natrnl mill briquet of "Watch Dog of the Treasury." mant seeds that lie all the dry season in- the morning light arouses him rather ear- ioaiwecanra.oiiioyoiirinie.l,econfldently HnpeetluUy. 7VI 1 t.OIl llltOTIlKHS. who has always been a leading and active u The Philadelphia lima thinks that a visible, at the touch of the continuous lier than we at all fancy. member of the organization in bis State, There boytl You will appreciate this spring into exquis has announced his abandonment of the re- majority of nearly seventy thousand in moisture of "the rains" bough with part of my letter I know. I have been as his reason that Kentucky does not indicate that the Demo- ite life, and line trunk and publican party, giving Imagine if you can neglecting you of late with my theological the Ohio republicans, in their platform, en- crats of that State are very seriously dis- their pendant foliage. bedisquisitions, and you deserve a little run (but you can't) a neble deavored to revive the sectional issue and gruntled because every alternate man has MAT) fore in its own garment of pale green, now, with the monkeys and the pup. I wish been provided with a fat office. raise the cry that "the rebels have taken not 1 Ob every branching limb, you could see them. I know you would with trunk and charge of the administration of the govlhatr With a population of about three mil fringed with delicate ferns of kinds, from laugh prodigiously. It is poor work trying ernment," which he regards as an unpatriDUUH IS- lions, Ohio had only 2S,720 marriages last root to"toDof the uppermost bough." In to put a monkey on paper, You can't do otic and unjustifiable attempt to keep year, but come to think of tinge; it, Cincinnati is its way the most exquisite sight, we have it. But a little description is better than Drugs, Books, Stationery and --Sg alive eectional animosities at the moment ntml in Ohio and there is no occasion for mar- yet seen in Himalayan flora. nothing, isn't it? Ever in Jesu, they have been finally laid at rest in the rying there uiiuj ii uuiue. V"'1 rSfflClrv-X-v- ? node Geo. O.Barnes fA Mro. Turning "from grave to gay," may I be tomb of Gen. Grant, and while the whole J I'byilclact' prttrrlptloni accurately compounded. DRIPPING SPRINGS. pardoned for sketching, for the boys and MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. of the people are extolling the last words Kelli latest acquisition in the girls at home, our .da Union Soldier in favor of peace and good afc tnmJtt v 'VLl , Our crowd has thinned down to a very Judge Durham is enjoying a brief rest log shape of a monkey? "Jacko" we call few persons and the most of those tlut are This begins to at Deer Park, Md. will all over the country. guel her that because it was the name the rough here now leave Several parties look somewhat like a fulfillment of Garcolored men of VirThe soldier, who gave her to Georgia, brought have written that they are coming in Sep Tho Largest 8tock of Watches, Olocks, words that the man who attempts to ginia have issued a call for a State Convenfield's lurne with her. We concluded not to change it tember and I would be glad if they would Jewelry and Silverware keep alive sectional issues will find himtion. to pu Roger Riggs got two years at Nicholas-vill- e if it did do gentle violence to the proprie- come as early in the month as possible, so' Eijr bought to tbli market self without following and without a party. wblcl rrlt Low.r than is the best of the !,oeat. Watch, Clock i and Jewidrr lit for shooting John R'ggs, his rival in ties of gender. "Jacko" as to get their stay out by the 16th or 20th -paired on iboit notice and Warrant. The September number of the Southern love. having her likes and dis monkeyB young of the month as I want to close up for the for t of the L. & N., has B. F. President Smith, Biiouae, published in Louisville by likes, as all monkeys do, but, in the main, Our house between those dates. Wed Avery & Sons, has reached us and a eplen- - subscribed $25,000 to the American Expo most amiable, and we think less treacheous winter has been full for ten weeks aud not only with did cumber it is. The publication is by sition Company at New Orleans. bit the "women folks" than her kind. She fi far beyond ny. A. M. Barnes, a wholesale druggist and Bharnlv at first. Female monkeys dislike has the season been pre tabic far the most meritorious of the kind and my most sanguine expectations, but has its get up the best of any magazine in the one of the curators of Kentucky University, women and children. But this soon passed who been pleasant as well. I expect a big South, or North either for that matter. died in Lexington Tuesday. off. under a little firm and patient treat"Boom" next season, as all who have been tn, i Richard Ahrens put his tongue on an ment, even George, at last, mastering courAmong the interesting features of the curvoid here this eeaon say they are coming back rent number is an article entitled "Ante-Bellu- m electric wire at New Orleans yesterday and age to take hold of "Jacko" without flinchAND men. next year, and bring their sifters, cousins Charleston" by Paul Hamilton received a shock which killed him. ing (they know as well when you are the with tbem. I now have another Xiti-nitm-- e Dr. Larocque, late Medical Health least afraid of them, and take every advan- and aunts Hayne; "Bragg'a Invasion of Kentucky" ! I thU large, two story building almost completed, by C. C. Gilbe.it; a continuation of "Hood's Officer of Montreal, says cabbage are pecu- tage of it, as a horse a timid rider) she be.... B m. .... ,... K...ll .....I iuiUi,ei poe i... iixMuruut'iit or Furniture, embracing. entirely covers the crcquet yard, and which Tennessee Campaign" by D. W. Sanders liarly liabie to absorb and convey microbes. came amiable to the entire "Troupe," bo lips' in a few days will commence several other erythliig from tho Cheapest to tho Fred Berkey shot a young lady at Sa that we do as we like with her without the Fluent and the "Capture of Gen. Stoughlon" by NuIIcm. Ne Soiui buildings, including a bowling alley nearly fo ko to tho IarKo eltlcM to ninko your purelmxeH, no Judge A. E. Richards, of the Kentucky lem, Ind., because she refused to keep com- least fear. She is one of the smaller spematter dancing what quantity or quality 3 on one hundred feet long, billiard aud waul, an I can ami Mill duplicate repre Superior Court: The price of the maga- pany with him; then shot three men and cies, such as are favorites with organ grinhall, cottage &:. Parties who come here any prlccn you can obtain clnowlicrp. frclRlit belli mlilcil. Abe labile zine is only S2 per year, thereby placing it finally killed himself. ders, and very frolicksome and nimble. She A terrible storm raged at Charleston, seems to delight when we are looking at next season will find n greater change and n full iMHortiiiQ.it ol CoflliiH. Vwen, NlirotulH ami Holicw eiubrao- in the reach of every soldier who fought in , improvement in the place than they found ... ... ... S. C, Tuesday, unroofing hundreds of her mj I.-- iiuiii encap aim expensive. Ware room Co, the Lost Cause. to show her acrobatic power, and will this I opposite M. Awaph Hotel. Htauforil. Ky. On Saturday, Sept. b, eeaton. houses and producing an awful destruction execute some "flying Iraptze" movements ran will give a regular banquet to which every "Wnoso eheddeth man's blood, bv man of property generally. of ways. Only in, to us, the most reckless "boarder" who has been here thi season is shall his blood be shed," is the scriptural Reuben Fenton,of New York, never misses her hold nor gets a fill. inc command for punishment for murder and died suddenly while at his desk in the she hereby invited. This is a private affair, is We keep her tied to the wooden lattice; ,oIn' any attempt to substitute another kind in- First National Bank of Jamestown, of simply a compliment to our boarders, and that our predecessor built across the end I will receive no pv for their dinners. "Art variably ends in a return to it. A number-o- f which he was president. of the verandah, whoee diamond frameyeir States have tried to abolish the death who shot an inoffensive work is just the thing for a monkey to You can bring feel for your horre, and Frank Green, And penalty, but the experiment results in fail- bootblack at High Bridge Camp meeting, look after them yourselves, or I will have Up in the cor- clutch hold oi handily. Corr ure. Seventeen years ago Minnesota past was fined $100 and sent to jail for six them taken care of and fed for 50 cents ner, next to the roof, is the box where D Q. Siaugiiter. ed a law substituting life imprisonment for months, at Nicbolasvillc. each. Kespt. Jacko sleeps. Her light chain is about 7 hanging, but the gnllows has just been ?. S. Next setsoa I will opn the hoM A killing froet fell in the Northwest feet long, giving her full play. Will conL Michigan tried the same ex- Sunday night, extending Southward to the on the 1st day of May for the benefit ot trived a spring board with one end fastened periment, and not long since a bill wes Northern part of Minnesota. The invalids and during that month will charge all. to the cross piece of one of the verandah only passed by the lower House of the Legish-tu- re a very small price for board. V. went down to 27. partitions, which greatly delights he'r. She D. 0. S. the hanging policy, alJoel T. Hart's first effort at eculpture can make prodigious springs from it to the thar though it failed of adoption in the Senate is found in his initials engraved on a moss It may not be known generally th t lattice, and a favorite, perilous perch on T; Maine did not hang for six years, and then' covered stone fence near Paris. The stone many cases on the docket of the Court of the capstone of one of the verandah pillars Stoc went back to capital punishment. will be removed as a memento. jump, but her special Appeals are never intended for trial. This a nice break-nec- k is shown by the fact that nothing further is 111 Bell, the Supervising Architect of the delight. A leading republican and one of the A few days ago, Young of the "Suflolkb" done in some of these cases than to file the and, Gen. Williams C. Treasury, has just been caught squander best men in Virginia, is merely to secure Hem Wickham, has announced his intention to ing S18.000 on the Kansas City postoffice, who cave us "Jacko" brought another of appeal. Their purpose in disregard to the law, and wants to resign. the Bame breed, only this time a baby of a delay in complying with the judgment of support Gen. Fitzhugh L;e for governor, Li The Republican State Committee cf fortnight, or three weeks old. We gave the lower court. In such ceee the greater and many other republicans are in open A.G of the court the revolt againBt Mahone. Gen. Wickham New York has called the State Convention the little thing to Jacko to see what she the delay in the work OCCUl for September 22, at Saratoga, two days in would do. And then began an exhibition greater is the satisfaction of the appellant. was a gallant soldier in the Lost Cause and Mi although elected to the Senate of the Con- advance of the Democratic Convention, to that we never tire of witnessing. Ail the There are other case, however, in which bj held at the same place. Septi mother instinct ot our pet awoke at a delays are very injurious to the interests of gress of the Confederate .States, refused to ford John II. Burton, charged with selling bound. She embraced the little fondling the State. Sometimes large estntes rre inleave his command and serve. After the manufactured tobacco without license and tenderly fairly kissing it with joy, and at volved, and at other tiroes large business war ho became a republican, but has never U all of which suffer through being held an office under the Federal govern- B. W. Dalton, charged with selling whisky once began to perform all tbe duties of a interet, hand in a state of suspense, while the courts are from a bonded warehouee, both from Pu- mother. As for the biby, it accepted its ment. bett laski have been lodged in jail at Louis- - foster mama as if its real one, and the en waiting to give them attention. For this denV monument vine proposed million-dolla- r The The orphan reason it is important that the business of (cnte cordial was complete. Judge Wm. Lindsay is not a candidate for Gen. Grant, to be raised by popular Ti should be expedited as much as temper, but Jacko's pa- - the courts for the United States Senate, nor will he has a villainous subscription is not received with much lojla possible. Louisville Commercial. Ue have to tienceeeems inexhaustible. by the masses. Less than $50,-00- 0 be. He is a warm personal friend of Senanlt part them forcibly when Jack pines for ex The handsome residence of Alfred have been subscribed and this is not tor Beck's and would not oppose him unthe I erciee. Then she makes up for lost fir., two miles south of Georgetown, Louisville Commerlikely to be materially increased as the ex der any conditions. in half an hour the half dajs waj totally destroyed by fire. No insurFi cial. citement attending the death and burial The striking employes of the Cincin monkeyings returning ever with renewed ance. aaha wears off, In the first stages of grief peoIn the Superior Court of Greenfleli', manati Southern railway, at Meridian; are tenderness and zest to her were ple are always apt to be more liberal than still masters of the situation. Thev allow ternal duties. Our menagerie consists of Mass,. Btmis, charged with incest, pleaded by D than after they have wiped away their tears - . .11 . r. of both daughters, and uuijr wan irams 10 paes. r.iiure to re- two monkeys, a pirrot, a canary, and last a guilty in the eve twelve years in and found other gods to worship. Ti the S'nte ceive their pay for two months caused the beautiful doggy still a prent from our was een'enceJ to terdt "Suflolke." We call 'prison. Louisville lima declares unequivo- strike. The soldier friend of tbe The tenth annual convention of the itw cally for a sovereignty convention to revise Two years ago Judge Hoadlv defeated him "Harry Young" for the giver's sake. Mutual Life Benefit Association of Ameri from the constitution. That is the only way It Mr. Foraker quite easily in Ohio. He Bro. Woodside gave the girls two psrrots, ca is being held at Galesburg, 111 It now TOdf from the Stale nursing a malignant not full fledged, when he went down tho will ever be done, since the framers of the ha 1,055,973 members, and $3,7S5,103 3(3 C last document so effectively eucceeded case of malaria in a Philadelphia hotel. hill. These grew apace, but one of the o' insurance. pate in making their work perpetual, if the Just at the close of the campaign he re- little creatures, a few days ago, ventured te Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmei will ing: manner they prescribed for changing it is turned to Oaio and made about three out of an open door and was attacked by birthday next Sathis seventy-sixtspeeches. As Foraker is actively stump- a villainous pirate of a crow, Before we Lon followed. will be by far the youngest urday, but he ing now and is doing himself no good, it could respond to its screams for help, the day) The Lexington ladies finally concluded of the many old boys who will aseemblo to attet to set up Hart's "Woman Triumphant" in might be well for Brother Hoadly to adopt marauder had killed it and when we project the centuries at that celebration. leav flew away with it limp and lifeless lha Court-Hou- se and that model of female tho laiwzfairt policy again. Theodore Frelinghuyeen, son of tho R. A. Downing, Nicholaaville, has bodv. Georce was in a dreadful frame of will loveliness is proving a better card than the late Secretary of State, was married Wed fair which is in progress. The Uranscript been appointed guacer. This is the first mind for a while, but got over it after a nesday night, at Newport. R. I,, to MIh T thinks it worthy of note that nobody makes democratic appointment made in the dis-tri- while. There are so many things to pet in Alice Coats, daughter of James Coats, the olll'i by the Secretary of the Treasury. Col. India, that they soon accumulate in one's indecent remarks about it. thread manufacturer of Paisley, Scotland. ion Bronslon says he has several resignations household. The bearer brought u n. dove, Two little Alabama boys saw their faPeJf Our obliging Congressman, Gov. Jamet and changes will be made gradually. He which we sent away again Then he caught ther butoher a pig and tho next duy they b)U(. B. McCreary, places ua under obligations aivifes applicants to be patient. It is un- a rat and brought it with a string around tried the processcn a younger brother. They on h valuable public documents. This office necessary for them to press the for Collector as its neok, evidently supposing I could util- -i cut its throat and hung it up by the heels inch has not been the recipient of such favors h is powerless in the matter. it nmmit! mv collection of animal odds ai the pig had hung, and were proceeding It is all iCo'a from Its ripreseuiative in Congress for sev with the Secretary of deceive to ditembowel it when the mother dhcover-e- d tio Treasury. Her. and ends. But I was obliged to ut tofor eral years. aid. the horrible tragedy. him and the poor rodent was sjmmarily To tub nal GEO. O. BARNES. W. H. HIGGINS -- nl.t.J y TAYLOR BROS) FAMILY GROCERIES "' , ac-on- "i'r"' OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY -1 w- iii..i ."' - rr office-holde- . tree-beau- tiful 9'maw & H'ABslartS PHARMACISTS, -- '' f 'uPSc? uMtfcE?$$ JEWELERS. o 1 B . lar UNDERTAKER, 13ealei- in necl Parlor e. l'-'i- rti Ex-Go- PLEASE DON'T FORGET re Of-fu- tt, time-concent- rating self-impo- 1 ceh-bra- d ct is always complete, And that we guarantee T,owp.Prices, style and finish considered. Also, that we still handle the cel ebrated Wagons, "Old Hickory" and Mitchell. Big line of Farming Implements, Grain Drills, Turning Plows, uoui ruling ana waiiang, And all of which we guarantee at Lowest prices. BEIG-HT That we cany the Largest Stock of Groceries, Hardware and Queensware in the city; That we are Millers' Agents and wholesale depot for Flour and Meal; That our stock of Pleasure Vehicles, including everything from a Hoard Cart to a Barouche, t CUBRAM. illwp Btmi-flBlahl- i) Jntmorjimmr t. LOCAL TIME CARD. The cool wave which bore down Tuesday was deliciously refreshing. Rain prevented the Stanforda from suf by Stanford, Ky August 28, 1885 fering another defeat Tuesday. North., Couth... 1J39 r. u. ...... ......1 .0 P. M. -1 Oi A. M 2 OS A. M, the Danvilles l. A Kipretitraln" " stall train going Bouth.. I........M worn. .... ... ......... ...mm. M AZ.il! r.i -- Yesterday at Mr. Wiley Wllburn'i) his daughter, Miss Jane, and Thomas Tapp were united in marriage. rot is i bout 20 minutes n Tb.fcjove It calculated on standard faster LOCAL NOTICES. tin:, HoUr Buy your echool boolti from Penny A Geo. D Weaken Is agent for the best McAlldter. COMPLETE stock of pcliool book nml coat ever sold in Stanford. He will also fur school mppllfH at Mcllobtrt & HtitKRV, nish the chenper good to all who desire Watciiks and Jewelry repaired on nhorl uch at as low prices as any dealer in the aollcfl nntt warranted by fenny t .McAU-le- r. market. m i Buy tho Haas Hob; Remedy, the origiThe College Building is being painted nal and onlr nenulne, from Penny &.Mc.l. ami renovated inside and out preparatory (iter. by the new principal, Mr. A complete Ptook of Jewelry, I r tint to it occupancy ityle. Ilockfonl wmrliea n Kjwrclally, Pen-n- y A. 8, Iixton,of Virginia. Mr. T. J. Bos-le- y A McAIMrr. is the artit in chnrgr. Fakmeiu, Head This. Oo to Dr. M. Ovvinh to hi misfortune and Inability L. Bourne' ilrtlir More and get one package to work because of white swelling in his of Sam A. Clark' Hoe ltemedy. If you lire not ntlifil after iisinu it your money arm, Mr. M. V. Stephens is forced to l! will be refunded rattle a fine $250 watch, which he will do at $1 per chance, September -- 0. There PERSONAL. i u will be 250 chances. 1 MastJ'Ro.v Peyton i attending the The woman that Prof. Kignsy is alleged Lexington Fair. to have eloped with is the one hn has been Y Mu CiiAiir.ts P. Waku Iim jjone to piling ciTas his sister and who has caurcd tin'Jibe Lexington Fair much trouble between him and his wife, MiM CKTTieTiiuiiMUNt) hai tone to who was always jfalou of her. We hope CD U'llUrren county to uko n eohoijl. the Prof, will be able to refute the charges t W. G. McKlNNr.V, of II chmond, hai mado by his wife against him. '." turned from . Tiit to hi iiarent. Mtm ... p .(.Tinrii .. .:.!i. . id. ,. t. .... .... Those of our correspondents who wait ....... i ., sj imily of her father, Mr. B J. Gardner, at ahou three week to send their letters and la-then mail them on Thursdays after trying jeton, Ky. " aasirting hii fa- - to make up in length what they have lost C ALP.)!!!)! ALIX t berin tho ()DtoHi:o and make a pretty in time, are just a sure to have them cut down as rolling cfi a log. We havn't the litely letter aim jer Muttrt Nellie and H attic Shu- i pice to spare after 2 or 3 o'clock Mondays mate returned with M1m Alma Hayi from and Thursdays f CrbOrcbaid. She alio brought the Flr-Another Richmond shies his castor in that be caught. the ring for tiler, Mr. W. L. Dawson, a Mus. James E Lynn, who had three good democrat, who has never scratched a finger of her left hand blown ot! by a djr- - ticket, and a clever and deserving gentle I cimlte cap, i duin well and there is now man. He puts up no estwcial claims but beirg do danger of tetanut. a poor man with a growing family of girls, JfiHir. P. B .Mum and daughter, Misi present and proactive, he wants the office Nellie, of Liiiisrille, who hare been May- for its emoluments, and we are sure he ing at Crab Orchard Hiring, are the will make a good officer, if elected, guwta of Iter. S. 8 McH'jbcrta A numiier of the bet singers from each Mil. AMl Mlis J W. A lxxiKN haye returned from Loultville, whither they went of the churches met at the Biptist church to purchase furniture for their new houte. Wednesday night for practice. Miss Bslle Tyrte, who is also a fine voolist, presided which the will occupy next week. Hey. a.sd Mks. It B. Maho.ny left at the organ, while Mr. J. F. Waters added for their home at TimmoniTille, 8. C, to the sweet melody with his cornet. Miss Wedceday, after spending the eummer Daisy Burnside sang as n solo "Sowing the with her purntu, Mr. and Mr A. It. Pen- Seed in the D lylight fair" at sweetly as we ever heard it. These meetings are very ny. MlM Ma(UK Oavi, a Pari beauty, improving and we are glad to know that who ha breu the guetl of Mr. G. C. (Sir. they will be held exttj Wednesday night. em, ha returoed home, leafing an aching Our dear friends of the Mammoth Cave Told in the breath of at leant two young party have testified in a moit substantial WVUt manner their appreciation of our hum C. S Hill li? , of Lebanon, ws here I hie efljrls to add to their happiness That thin week taking depositions for the pinwe were instrumental in doing so and the nace of tnrlnu to cet hi fee in the Phil knowledge that we have made closer friends lo $10,000 lip' will ca railed from of each of the 23 ladles and gentlemen Some people teem to want the earth who went with u, would repay a hundred Mes'im Will and John H. Cuaio fold, even if the trip had not given us manufacturing representing the lare The whole more pleasure than anybody of Mrrr. A B. Kirchbium A thing is a bright spat in our life and "long, Co, 1'uiladelphU, hae opined sample long will our heart with sweet memory be 'OTms at thn Piiueaix II le- l- Lexington fill'd" of the many incidents, not one of . Vanicript. which occurred to mar the general enjoyDit. Akciiie O. Buuro.v, formerly of - ment. be ap.incoln ounty, Ky., will E.t3TiuoRi)iNAKY. Mrs. E. A Daw-so.tainted tH)itmater at Andorer, kansa. living near town, had an experience at Centre Cjllege a few "Arch"cr.iduatel year since. He is in the drug business at in the poultry line thii year, which is re Washington markable. Her son, W. L Dawson, gave a Journal reporter the facts as follow: Mra Correspoudent. D, ret eight double eggs laid by one hen, LOCAL MATTERS. under tho .ame hen and in due timo 10 chickens hatched L C. ltlcE has been appoinltd po.'master well formed and from them. They were placed with other at Paint Lid. chickens in the poultry yard and are all Wk pay bigger price for Orchard Grans alive and doing lell. Mrs. D. saya that if than any one. Bright A Curran. the double egg has n ridge around it at the Te.i fihsres of Farmers National Bink division between the yellows, the chickens will be double and live only a few hours, Stock for sale. Apply at the Bink. but if smooth, the chickens will be distinct Bntc--- Two hundred and fifty thous-anand for sale by hard and RELIGIOUS. Henry Baughnnn. of Mr. John License for the marriage No service in the Presbyterian church A. Gooch to Misi Mary France Gomey, to next Sabbath. R;v A. S. Moflett will occur next Sunday, has been issued. preach in Perryvllle. The Salvation Army is threatened UltOiU Lytle will open school Miss with prosecution in Boston for profanity of the Stan7, in the stori-roobecauso it gives ''thres cheers for Jesus." ford Woolen Mills. Terms reasonable. There are 1,319 Ihptist churches In shoes, Kentucky with a total membership of 120,- mls'es and children' Ladii. handsome lot of custom made and of the 000. The colored Baptists number 00,000. Miss Lizzie Davison received the gold hut brand jj opsnel t J. W. Hay- ring over Miss Lilllc Dudderar for collect den's. The Courier Journal might save telegraph itig the gre.Uen amount for the new church tojla by instructing its Stanford correspond at Rowland. The Presbyterian church building at mt to allow it to do its own selections, from Jackson, Breathitt county, will eoon be the Inteiuoii ... Journalready for occupancy, and arrangement are Five moonshiners from Liurel county, being made for regular services in it. M hard a looking lot a one could imagine, Mre. Hnrris, of "Pink Cottage," has were lodged in jail at Louisville, Tuesday heen holding Bible Reading here for the by Djpuly Marshal W. A Arnold. last few days. She also wants to annolnt The thermometer was down to 60 yes nil perrons for the healing of the body. terday morning and many people imagined Richmond Herald. The 8outh Cumberland Aasoclatlon it was cold enough fcr frost. A change 05 to 60 U rather shecking to the ner- will meet at Pleasant Point, near Kings from Mountain, the 21 and 3 J of September. vous system. Trie Union S. S. Convention will be held at Camp Meetinh Excuksio.n. Train Di. the same place on the 1st. patcher Frank Harris sends ub the follow The average Sundny plate collections ing: Wa will run a special train from of Rsv. Newman llall' church, in West London to Junction City, Aug. 30th (Sun-day- ) minster Bridge Road, Londoi., is S175, and for tho I outfit of those that wish to of Rev. O. II. Spurgeon'o congregation in The train will attend Camp meeting. the great Tabernacle, $345 leave Stanford at 9.50 A. M , returning it It h"i teen decided to rebuild the Ro will leave Junction City at 5.10 v. M man Catholic Cathedrnl at Caarleston, S. To the Coal Trade We are now ex C, which was burned in the great fire of 1801, and at that time considered the finest Mini HL'nnts far the celebrated Aseocla including Liiuel, Pitman and ecclesiastical building in tho south ion Mine, Rev. J. M. Bruce writes: Tatc'a Creek fe.cock mines, and this coal can not be We also keep Association met with Silver Creek church b)Ught of any tthc r dealer. on hind coal from any of the Jelllco mine, Tuesday. Speed Smith Moderator, T. T. , including Main Jelllco and Standard Coal Covington, Richmond, clerk. Largo con-gregations and great increase in missionary Co's mine. Prices as they have been Here T. Diniela preached tofore, a shado lower than any other dealer. since laJt year. II. the introductory sermor.. & Curran. iRjopt. Bright n. C Rupley, Merchant Tailor, is dally receiving his fall and winter stock of suit ing, to which he invites the attention of his patrons. )J ' f Rev. F. S Pollltt closed the meeting at Bright's Tuesday nigtit, which has been conducted by h!tne!f nod Rev. II. C. Morrison for several weeks. Forty-fivpersons confessed, 30 of whom joined the Methodist church. Mr. Morrison is now preaching at Wilmore, Jessamine county. Rev. S. S. Idleman, minister of the Methodist Episcopal church at Old Spring Run, W. Va , committed suicide by lump ing from a window. We suppose ho preferred that death to the slow one by star vatlon, for that section pays its preachers only in promises and small ones at that. Sam Jones save: I never sold whisky, and I never will as long as a man can make a living and as long as any place is unlocked so that I can steal. Every man to his taste. I woulJ rather steal than to sell whlkr, but I am not saying every man who sells whisky would steal. A man can do as he chooses. A MlMionary and Sunday School Convention will be held at the Biptist church here next Sunday. There will be services morning, afternoon nnd night. Crab Orchard, Logan's Creek, Preachereville and Tyrone members especially invited, llevi. Harvey, Daniel, Gicsn, Dawes and other mimister will be pre-en- t. An interesting meeting is anticipated and all who come will receive a hearty welcome. A protracted meeting of extraordinary interest has been in progress at the Tate's Creek Christian church in this county since Friday week, conducted by Elder Joseph Billou, of Stanford, assisted by the pastor, Elder M lion Elliott. There have been up to and including Monday night seventy adbeing converrionr. The ditions, fortj-nln- e hou'e Is crowded erety night and hardly half the people can gtt in. Twenty-eigh- t were baptizd on Monday evening, between six hundred- and seven hundred persons Richwitnessing the solemn ceremony. mond Herald. Since the above was put in lyp. we have received the following from Eld. Ballou: Bro. Milton Elliott and I closed a 12 days' meeting yesterday at Tate's Creek church in Madison county, having added Si persons to the church. Nearly all were men and women. I have preached forty discour es in two meetings in this month, resulting in 110 additions to the churches e - A cloee estimate of the tobacco hat died by the twenty-thr- ee factories of Owenrboro shows that not less than 12,000,000 pounds are stripped in that place annually. The I eterior Journal office has Issued a neat catalogue of 25 finely pedigreed short-horn- s for Mr. A. M.Feland, who will ship them to Bowling Green to be sold next Friday by 8 H. Hill. Mr. Feland handles none but the best bloods. Mandu, daughter of Mortemer, has already won $29,340 this reason. Freeland has won 27 of the 53 racrs In which he has started, and ha earned $30,235, Beauregard has an unbroken career of triumphs since the grand circuit began. Miss Wood ford hai earned to date $99,495 60 She has started 39 times, came in first 30 time, second five times, third twice, unplaced twice. There wns (idito a revere frost on the New Hampshire lowlands Tuecday night. 5KW AI1VKUTIHKME.1TK. 3 1 S1D FOR A CATALOGUE OP IV. I,. JVHM tf Lincoln County, tub' Garrard Femalel College, LANCASTER, KY. Larger Corps ol Instructors than any Female Col leg" In tbo State. Buildings new and appoint- menu unexcel'ed. Terms reionable. Next ses.lon commences August 31 it. 1SS5. For further Information, addreis MOHRH EVANS, D D., Rkkkrk.ncks:-- Wb refer by permlss'on to tbo following gentlemen His Excellency, J. Proctor hnott. Governor ol Kentucky, Frankfort, Ky.; Jcct to the action of tho Dtmxratlc partr. IiacsnJIilsiefor Jalltr HAM. M. Jtct V tho action la a candidate for or llic Democratic Jallfr or I.lnrnln rnnnlr. ml,. OWEXS pirtr. Central Ky. Camp Meeting, IWt. Allen. Supt. Ky. Military InstU lute and Prclidcnt Ky Teachers' Association, imilale, Kt.j Col Tate, State Treaiurer rankfort, Ky.; Prol. J. Desha Pickett. Supt. ot Public Instruction nf Kentucky, Frankfort. Kv Uov. Luke P Blackburn. Louisville, Kt. Gov' James H. McCreary. Richmond, J Oen'l H King White, Pine BlulT. Ark.; Rev. 'r'. 11. State Chaplain, Frankfort, Ky. ) , Oen'lfayetto Hewett, State Auditor. Frankfort Ky ; Col. 11. D. J J J.,. Kava-nnug- IWC JUNCTION CIIY IIoIJi until Sunday, Aujjuit 30th. Kieunlon ratcaonalt tralni Social Tralna on 30th from Georgetown, Sumcnet.Orecniburg London. Lebanon and THE CHEAP GBOOER. J. T. HARRIS Will open Tho Frosh Pish, Colory and Oys- ter Trado T. R. WALTON, -- fl ON SATURDAY, AUCJUST 29. and will not t no ""T '0' cam ana "uri for"'caib, 5i-- n DEALER I- N- '"' Admt.s Saleof Bank Stock. Soptombor 7, 1886, On Monday, LAND. STOCK AND CROP (County Ciurtdaj) at 11 o'clock x. w. Lefore the tn Stanford, I will ll to the hlcneit bidder FIVE bllAREi of Stock In the Tint National Hank or bunford. lite p'opcrt) ol thecttateot Faulkner Holme, dee'd. Teruisj-- A creditor three montfai on note with good iccurltr bearing Interest from date. T. Jl. JIOTjJI EN, Aimr. 51-- Wanted. 2 000 bushels of seed oats. Bright ft Curran. A few nice Berkshire, boar shoals for sale J. Bright, Stanford. M. Speed Peyton sold the 20 old sheep advertised in this paper to W. F. Ramsey at ?2 per head. A train of 20 cars, bearing 133,000 pounds of wool, has left Portland, Oregon, for Philadelphia. A big lot of mules sold at Cynthlana Monday. Yearlings at $35 to $50 and 2- jear-oIde$55 St. Mary'sSaw e Mills. nt "The Kon," Nm a Hills Oar, Ky , Aog.28. ,1,VrVh1.unJe",Te,,,W' J Foole and Oeorge W btelir, hai tblt day fomented by agree-meto (Urtolve Mitnerihlp In themutual firm, aboTe lbs Mid lieork-heeler conrenting to and agree-n- g to take oyer all the ng Klnit the tald nrm lUbllltlMandA debts exitiol Foots Wheeler. In conilderatlon of which Wm. J. Foote conenti to forego and sWe him an absolute right In alt the worklcg plant and lUturca ol the Mill. Wltneia our signatures, wm. j. FOOTE. GKO. WHEELER. Wltneat, U. J. Hutcherson. si-- tl And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. IN ADDITION TO GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, HE KEEPS to $70 oi SALE OF PERSONALTY. As Admz. of llennett Cloyd, dee'd, I his late residence on ' ? to-d- ay Andoyer.-fLouisTilleTi- uW well-forme- well-burne- m ' The celery crop in the vicinity of has been damaged to the amount of $100,000 by revere rains. While in Kentucky, Revivalist Sam Jones bought a siddle and harness horse from a Henry count man for $175. T. B Cooper, of Fayette, sold his crop of tobacco for $11 50 pi r cwt , all round. His crop of 20 acres made him $3,000 Messrs C. E Hoge and C. R. Mason have bought the Lonut Hill farm, 4$ miles from Frankfort, containing 373 acres at $05 Smith A Anderson, Danville, Ky., have a superior article of Fultz seed wheat for sale. Onlyone year removed from the Northern seed. Wanted. Oae huudred mules tofeed, upon reasonable term; have plenty of corn and oat to fatten them, Address John W. Miller, Lancaster, Ky. W. S. Joee. of Bourbon, fold to George Becker a lot of 1,1 GO lb. cattle at 5 and William Collins eold to same 40 of about the same weight at 5 to 51. Owing to low bidding, Messrs. Rifle A Nunnelley withdrew their herd of short horns from their sale of Tuetday, after diapering of six or seven at $30 to $90, The Louisville cattle market is unchanged and nrlces run from 1) to 5 Good, fat hogs are in demand and bring I to 5; common to fair 3j to IJ; sheep are firm at 1 to 3 and lamb) steady at 2 to 4 cents. Plow for wheat early, and the chances for a good crop are much better than if the plowing bo done just befoie sowing. This is b'CHUie wheat succeeds better on land that has settled well by tl e time tho roots strike out. Wiscrester Court About 300 head Belling of cattle of all grades, 3 year-olwell at S3 CI to $1 per hundred; 2 year-olat $1S to $20; calves $S to $15; work oxen 70 per yoke; good horses $!0o to 5130; plugs $3G to $05; mulea $100 to $125. Last September Mr. A. u. Howling sold a farmer In this county, 50 head of cattle that weighed 1,189 pounds. These cat tle were sold a day or two ago to Lehman A Co. for $5 30 per hundred, and they wek-he1.CG0 pounds, an increase of 471 Lex pounds or about IJ psunds per day. ington Gazette. Grass is so short in many parte of the county that the farmers have already com menced feeding their cattle. Mule colts are selling at $10 to $05j stock hogs 4 J .!(; seed mules SI l6 to $100; T. H. Clay sold to Lehman, of Baltimore, Co head of cattle, weight 1 ,5S0 at $5 25 per cwt. bam Havden sold to W. B. Ford 13 extra two- cattle, weight 1,250 lbs., at $1.85 year-olper cwt- .- Winchester bun. Wm. Havden bought of J. b. Mcblroy five mulo colU at S50 per head; C. W. Hay-de- n of James Bjaver 9 yearling mules at n G3; Mattingly A Slmms bought In county, of Mra. Cloyd, 74 head of fat mules, at $150 to $100 per head; J. C Phillips, of this county, bought of Mr, Horace Miller, Bourbon county, 34 head yearling mare mules, said to ha the best Lebanon Stan lotin the State, for $3,410 dard. Tin-- , Glass- - sill sell at MONDAY, AUC.UST .11, 1SS3, His persjnal property, consisting of Tiro work Horses, I sgeJ work Mules, one Mule 5 yearling Mules, I milk Cows lth Calres; 1 fat Cow, 1 Steer, 1 yearling Heifer, old Bull, SO head high grade fat fchiep. 15 large feeling Hog., 3 Sows and Tigs, 8 nhoats, the crop ol growing Crn, Hay, 7 staoki of Oats, harming Implements, Ac. The Farm Is for rent, privately, from September 1. I6SJ. until Jsnu-r1. l&f 7. Terms of ule ol jxrmnalty madn known on day of sale. JMS. I.. J. Vf.1t Yli. d Administratrix. 1 y 47-t- j and Queens ware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- I - SALE at public auction 0FST0CK! As Executors of James Crow, dee'd, we will, at his lata rnldoDce. four ialifs Northwest of Stan-loron the Stanford A Shelby City pike, tell Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. ( On Tuosday, Soptombor 22, 1885, Tbe following property, !.! 1...1- - . Pnnv KrnV. Mitt. 1 . ni-um ...tl. .'title, 1 rariJUK Mule. 1 large yoke of Cattle, 1 yearling Steer, I yearling Heifer, 2 Cains, 2 Tery fine thorough- urea wm, i tnorougnorca nun fair, t agcu Jennet, 1 Jack Colt, 1 Jack 3 years old In September. ore' 15 hands high nnd one of tbo Wit in tbe eiateior tillage; about 12 bead of bogs, 100 gallons of rery 11 uo Blacklierry Wins, about 4 years vt uiu cuni,ou uusueisoi om wneai, uiu,v uaiici. new corn 130 barrels of In the field. 3 stacks of hay, sereral thousand bundles of oats, a lot ol oacon ana lard, together with allot the farming Implements, consisting of plows, harrows, 1 wneai arm, i mower, 3 rarin wagons, among wagon, nearly now, 1 spriug them 1 two-ho- n wagon, I bay rake. 1 bungy and harness, wagon and plow gear, and various other articles too numerous to mention. Terms reasonable and trade known on day of ralo. O. . C. Mi. CHOW, jfjei'H.. , u sttHiord, Ky, ... 0A. School Supplies: Baskets, Bags, Slates, Pencils, Pens and Holders, Ink, &c. J. Corner Main and Somerset Sts. is the best place to buy. PUBLIC SALE WHOImXISAImE Stock, Crop, &c. As Administrator of J. H. Bruce, dee'd., I will otlr for sale at bis late residence In Uar-rar- d county. 3 miles from Lancas- PRICES . ! 4 ter, On Dlx lUvcron THUK9D.1Y, SEPT. 17, 1SS5, All if the ljr3HQONj.Ij XllO!J3ItTV On the Farm on which he resided at the time of bis death, consisting in part as follows; Over 40 Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagons, Over 4LO Farm Wagons and many other Goods to he RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES. extra New York Cattle. extra Yearling Steers. 91 head of good Feeders. II Cowa and Heifers, mostly thoroughbred. 3 thoroughb'ed Bull Calves. 1 Heifer Call, thoroughbrcJ. 1 Bull. Tery line snlmal. 9 splendid Work Mulct. 20 pure bred bhort-woSheep, Bucks and Ewes. 1 thoroughbred Colt, by Hairy O'Fallon. 1 extra nlco Yearling Colt, by Farney Wilkes. 1 thoroughbred Mare. 1 family Hone. 38 head of 31 head of three-year-o- ld d Too ilany Goods on Hands; Trado is Dull and Thoy Must Bo Sold. GEO. D. WEAREX, MuuiirucUircrf' Agent. "The Bourne from which no Traveler Returns Sick." Do you Intend lending ycur child to school? Bourne keeps all kinds ol School Books, Inks, Papers, Pens, Copy Bjoki, Tablets, Pads, Spongei, blatea, Pencils Do you want tomarryT Go then, and get your Face Towders, Perlumei, Cacheur, Soapi, Bruibei and Combs from Bouroo. ? Get Do you wanttopleaio your uiotber-ln-li- w her a pair of LeMaro'a Celebrated Rock Crystal Spectacles and paint her house with mixed Paints. Bourne has them. 10 Hogs. 320 bushels Seed Wheat. 75 bushels of Barley d Lot of old Corn. 15 Acres ol growing Corn. 10 itacks of Hay. 2 stacks of Oats: Pocket Books, Flavoring Extracti, Hand Mirrors, Violin Strings, Artlits' Materials, FremhHarpj, Thermometers, Confections, DyoStufli, uiaips, Vasei, Dolls, Spices And 1,001 other articles, Lin-coi- Household and Kitchen Furniture. Wagons and Farming Implements in great variety and of tho verv best including one new Osborne Tinder, 2 good Wagons, I Cart, Harrows, Sulky Flows, Double Shoveli, Drills, Mowers, Rock Tooli. Sawi, Wagon Beds, Rockaway, 2 Bug. gles and Harness, Wagon aud Flow Gear, Ac, Ac. TKiMSi For alliums of tiO and under, cash; Are you sick? Ilavo 'you Headacbe, Fuckacbe, over that amount, tour mouths' credit. Bonds with approved stcurlty required, bearing Interest rceacbe? Bourne keeps all klnhs of Medicines. at tbe rate of 6 percent, per annum, payable to Remember, Botirno will give a nlcs present to the Administrator. tbeurstgocd looking girl who repeat! tbe follow, Sile to begin at 9 x. t or farther particulars, call on or address J. F. log Itoblnion, on tt prriuUes. poslotuce Lancaster, Feather IMit.ru, Patent Metllimsi, Ky. Ailnn:, J. I.. ISHVVli, Danville, Ky. Toilet Articles, Shaving Mat erlali, (3t.'Jt) T. D, E.NHLtiii.Auc. Varnlthei, Pal nil, Oils, at UK. ISOUItXE'S NEW DRUG STORE, Ufc STANFORD, KY. Opposite Myera Uous). , jL' 4 m w V ' '' if ,'," ,' JlVJIfP.!!1 !' nyM tmi-Mttklilnl- lourira! 5f . g readers to show that our amuBement-coinwith the tlm, are keeping pace . and moving with niHrcpolltan stride, is as the f.cf that Stanford ba. heen te'ected ana nig . .uod for the greatest, Rtandest a gest ehow in Christendom, pagandom, r land; in fact, on weanesaij, heatheu 2ad, the show referred to is the lines, and one One whose title head these reputation ie so firmlr establiehid . whose under jhe . ai to be known in every land sav it inn as lust what we best. The 8ell8' show, in Pto of magnitude and equipment, can not be so .described in a right impres-- ' - these columns as to leave immensity and its excellence. lion of its ehow We cull the fallowing extract to .u Riirltnoton llauktvt of May 22d A.. Monster Railroad Shows, World's Menagerie andSreat Quad. rvple Circus. evidence that can be given our The best Brothers' A Cosmopolitan Colossean Confedera ted Creation ! A PROLIFIC PROCREATION of THE WORLD'S WONDERS. A Dosirablo Farm Containing about 100 Aores of Good Land, Nearly all in'cultlvatlon, altuated on the Stanford and Lancas'er turnpike road, stout 2 tulles Irout Lancaster, Ky. Well Improved. Will b sold privately. Anyone In need ot such Farm on get the particular! by calling on J. Totter on the rltco or addressing the undersigned at Ollhsrtt Crook, ILlnroln county, Ky. G mmm JsHLT. i . X I M nr, if eaH 1 .ltn 3m llni.T7.VTsA IT, JOUX F. tor E. H. Agent Smith's Heirs. LUMBER YARD. Having opened up a lumber yard In the rear of .tour itore, wo are now JZmSKi . Immoderately and 3oii&tiroiisly iiiaiit ! Complete! IPx-eclo- m- Prepared to Famish any kind'.of Lumber sawed and ahaved. It In the rough, l'ottsof all ktndi, Shingles cut, Also Agents for the Danville l'ianlng Mills. it-BllIOUT Jb CVJtllAX. , HliCKLEBERB Particularly, Remarkably and Notably FARM FOR SALE! 1 CORDIAL ilf -- v Brothers stand high in the estimstlon of the amusement public, and bear enviable reputation exhibiting ef fulfilling every promise and an example every curioiltj advertised; worthy of emulation by all crcus manadegers, some of whom do not hesitte to fraud the public by thegrowe'tinjpoMtiois. During the pait few jean the Sell BrothruagniB- ers have enlarged their show to cent proportions, introducing erery point exof excellence that a long managerial until it has come to perience could fuggest, as be lecognized by a discriminating public a generous a standard exhibition meriting thinks of it: The Performance. -- Bells SELLS BROTHERS' MONSTER RAILROAD - and dlitclr on the tdke h.tween Mlllediievlll Htinford, contalalnt J7i Acvch or flrt-rt- e Dr. Meet r ItutlWWrr Cardial I. U S..lm a gool itate of r" l'lU sol lllufOrin Land. The Kami ti In cultlratlon! fencei and butldlngt In good repair) rtnl;Mctli( lll.rrhnra.llr..Urr,u t'l 1ki.iI s7kU.ii, hI t.ivnl.s U II ill. Mil Kent pays 320 Aciri In graii; 50 Acres In corn. 4Hli.it ra It. ijit.m rroni U. .ifMti of ttstaua. Far over s per cent nnu tai'm. Aiiiireu me i nimon aU bf all draail.l. at 50 .! a battle. Tllie.Ky. J. II. WKATllEUFOIUi. Tlor'a('brrokrc cVurln. ofMwrel (lam ana .Mullein will cure Itrmrilr Crouii aud Cun aumptlou. 1'rtcaScniidllabotlle. Both for sale by Dr. M. L. IIOUUNE, SUnfori. 48-t- m effer for sale, privately my farm, lying Inimo For the BOWELS. "St. Mary's Saw MillB" AM) LUMIIEIt YARD, top of tbe Knobs, close by J Carter's Store. On Grocery LOGS WANTED. I will pay the highest price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and Hickory Logs deliver-eat any station of the "; L. & N., K. O. or 0. S. R. d SHOWS! Confederation ! FOOTJR WUF.EI.F.lt, For all klndsof general Lumber, Bhlngtos. builders and othera can not find a better market to suit theumlres. Our motto Is "Good Material lor Ilisonabls Eatrs." 1'ottotSce address, Halls Gap, Ky. Proprietor. .c, r - A ' n The fdllowing from an exlew subscribers change suits the case for a For the conrenlence of our customers In Stan"Every ford and tlclnlty w hare arranged with Geo, to every newspaper tn the land. it, ItVtiroi to keep on his yards an assortment ocof our Lumber, where they can get It as cheap as newspaper publisher is cursed with n from us direct. lie will also make eatlraaiet for to casional subscriber whose soul stems any hills not on hanJs, which we will fill on short MKIiVIX Jb HA 'iH. notice. ot the material and have been'the lag end Uly, ky. of that. We are always akimp pattern from thankful when such lift themselves Tfiey WILI4 EXIIIBIT AT our list. The sconer the better. take the paper from generally refuse to years the office atter taking it two or three steal it- -a plain without paying a cent for Or el?e they move with an Jmult added. E. H. BURNSIDE, away without saylne 'a word or paying a igs:grBi.'Tj r!sj.Mpvgfy TBHBIaZek yCxV'?- - 'J that nickel. OrtheyalUt once discover Woll Known This Old they never ordereiwfiu never wsnttd it, Still Maintains more than never received it reg'ularW-no- t High the time -- wont piy'iei it. In either half AND no as caie it is a cowardly creep, sOch Its Proprietor is Determined that man would be guilty of. The propit Shall be Second to uo Country up Hotel in the State in its Fare, er way to atop a newspiper is to pay Appointments, or Attenand then stop it any way you plesse first tion to Comfort of and In all Its torrlDEf.ad orerpower'ng gTeatueu. It la coming on Its own GREAT TRAINS and It drawn by Its own locomotlrM, with lu regiment of afterwards. If you are a gentleman Larger man urraterinan me their Quests. ..aiiiiaio anu AiiijoAfo aouiuwonaersneTtr oeiora exnibiiea.atuies totfeen with ureitnt anow or ahowa me Largeit: itetier man toe But: With a tbousind New, Wonderluland Attractive F no other the office, look under heaTcn'a aweeplng don't owe a cent, walk into canopy. ao alNpreralllng that erery lallroad uakca 8PCIAL excuralon tatei to 'TVi BItailie is so great, IU lnflut-ncBasgaita nlll be eoareyed to aad from the 4e the gentleman in charge full in tne eyes etcry performance. rr or enarxs. npeeiai arrummuu... .. and tell him you don't wish it or j(in't to Comoerclal Trat elers. The liar will Laurel-Crowne- d chuck always eaprllsd with tne choicest it. If you are on the hog plan brands of Ltuaors and Clsars. office and mark it "reit back into the fused." . AND ASTONISHING Beecher's Closino Work. Rev. Hen01 which we name a few at random, being confined for ipare: ry Ward Beecher, at the close of his serSunday or two ago, stated to his mon a Re-fuse- patronage. HMfr viHfea9IIBlA .trrt Ml - - iflBVH Now All United in One Vast Unified LUMBER! Dressed Pine Flooring, Ceiling, Weather Boards, Finishing Lumber, Green Lumber in the Bough, including Laths and Shingles. Largest Show in the World! R. OHIO J. OTTENHEIMER, Crab Orchard, Ky. & MISSISSIPPI (1. W The Direct Iloute to tosite ox MYERS HOTEL, St. STANFORD. KY. Propr and its Hotel Roputation, Louis & the West hloo forLoa--till. Northwest and Southwest by the way of LOUINYILLE or CINCINNATI. XlUlLlo inlll. and Cincinnati makt direct connection at thoae points with tbe )hlo A Mlsilnlppl for St Louis and all points West. r Clnclo. TTrmro 0d17 ,rom JLUJJ.UUI0 call to M. Uuts. two hours Quicker than any other line. rUIo llnj psssenters our time for meals and first choice of In trains (oln Weat. szm w-s&mzmm- boo-orab- la WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2D! -- 10 ltsHI. k-- Ine oln 12Hours Quicker by wayf Chicago. &W ' ' "I shall not be witb you manv more The Greatest Elder of any Age or Country. the fast fleeting years. Steadily for more ADELAIDE CORDONA, GREAT FAMILY, than fifty years 1 have been under the of the great doctrine of evolution. I The famoui Andeluilan Artiste, whose equal does not lire. The Greatest OfBuperlatlre CycllsU on the Unlcycleand Blcycle.1 Lady Bareback Elder erei bebe d. propose to make the closing work of my n. d of the truths of evolulife the application Mr. WILLIAM SELLS. A tion to all forms of doctrine. I intend to The Dying Tborae EquestrlanChamplon. discuss the questions of the divine nature, humanein, the atonement, from the standH. Gardner ' Mr. point of evolution, and in the light that . falls from philosophy. I wish I could The Astounding High and L'.fty Leaper, who without a HWal. write it ou: I am beyond that. I hope the stenographers will get accurate reports of what I say, though, and after I am througti I Twill revise them in book fcrm. Whtn IronJawcd Herculean Venus and Queen cf the Flying N Elnz. the work U completed I will be ready to die." . of An Accommodating JooE-O- ue The Beautiful, Graceful and Intrepid Mjatse tijuestri-'it- .' ijA'is'.k., ;; ib " Av 7 Ti tv.h enne, the keenest things ever eid on the bench J is attributed to Judge Walton. While Won!trful Aerial Meteors, Trou rs of Triple Somersault. b".xtf.i. -- .h ' ,M' 1 Wt" a late, Troupes or Flying I.eapers, Troupes or Antipodean-;'- " iSlY i fc " holding a term of the supreme Court at JlV&r,' 1 : ILJi IJFPt J ' . ll. . JL. Jujitltrs Troui es of Sword Lfanir.. rh '.? V - 'r lit.. Trounesof 4T." JXuPY: S jPiJ . ..WW JUL ; he eentenced a man to seven years Diamond Brothers. Athletes, tbe Wondcrlul Leslie Broil.: fSeBt,.'ers, the Great Donaldson Biotbers, j in prison for a grave crime. Ihe respondfor a mitigation of the ent's counsel asked ntenie on the ground that the prisoner's On Eotnan LakJera. health was very poor. "Your Honor," my client can said he, "I am satisfied that not live out half that term, and I beg you "Well, under 10 change the lenience." The Only Monster Two Horned Our Konsfce? World's Menagerie Lairs of Crocodiles, Flocks of Ostriches, Ihoie circumstances," said the Judge, ''I Lilrs of Allgatoas, tatrsof Htrpents, I will make it Containing every Clouds ol Itrllllant Hosts of Ueavea Hearing rill change the sentence. aniuial known to man, and made l'lumaje. Birds, tho nly Hvlnir ialr of Huge lor life instead of f even ye&rs." It is need- - Hippopotami ever lebeid In raptlrity. A mou. On exhibition In Amerlia; and nosltlrely the only A Far-Aw)es to add that the repondent agreed to Western Wilderness CJninJ, Urtceful and Towering abide by the original seutence, which the Show, HIPPOPOTAWUS, ! Judge permitted him to elect. Lewis 'on Showing customs, coitumes, traits ani clitrac.'r rls ce Legion of Two It Comes with the Hemispheres! STARS! 200 SURPRISING 200 .Jei'eiiiiixo 33ell, Senor tf O. & M. Fast Timo and Suro Con neotions With all Lines at Always makes Dr. E. J. Ion tl iSTickorsoii, 8t Louii No Danville, Ky. ,Y and Intermediate Fointi Physician and Surgeon, 4th St., Ferric! XoOimtllsiiNTranfr fern! 3PLLE THE STIRK Office on i uaie in union Depot tit. Louis. with trains of lines golrn West, Northwest ana Frank SI I SrS"1Ts?Vl. tf,yW'F e - stsL WiSjBki aRcVjiSfl W(&Hm w , i rileH and FlHtiiln Perlctily Cured. No Knifo, Ligaturo or Caustio Usod. ljou n Ming West to any point, call on writo to tbe undrrstfned. For lull and reliable Information In regard to) Land, Ac, In the Western Htates, ilapt, OuldaaN and lowest special rates lor Tlckeu and Household 1 OooJs to all points West call on or addrns II. iLSOl', Tusenjer Ag't Ohio A Mississippi Itsllirsy, . W.W.PEAHODY. c:v:,&rr.vu.Mn(i:ri,, Cincinnati, Ohio W.li'S7ffi"fll' M'lle jVIarctta, Miss Mildred Gardner, m&'M J . Treatment Mild, Ko Detention From Businetf, Cure Certain and Permanent. Cure, Xo Pay. Xo LI. I. t(iIliie.aniRH ICoiKc." Shortest and Quickest Houto from Oon tral Kentucky to all Points North, East, West and Southwest. Fast Lino Between Schedule In Effect May Kb757 Ex. 1.V0. 10, ISSS. 1 Au-gust- J .,." &&?Vtt. 'rlyxA'.iL r. . h., '"''M7 it The American Trio, "rimssiM2mwairm2m: rV'-a- :Vty Special Attention also Given to Chron ic Kidnoy & Bladder Troubles, As well as all Diseases peculiar to Women. Cbaraea mclirate Dr. N. can be consulted frc of 1 barge and will be tound at bis office at all times Ur tho next three nnnths. Hy permission he refra to tbe following ti, Boiley, O. A. Lackey, S. Irwin, Stanford. Kr j Judge t! F. Lee, Tom Murrby. W. Temple, John M. SpoonamorH, Sim Cook, Iiii. 1. II. ). vllle, Ky ; lUtv. J. A. Bogle, It. H. . LEXIXGTON A OI.YOI.V.YATI SOOTII-BOCM- . Ko7 " TRo.LT Sun. Daily Ex. Sun A't, ''arts " li'glon tovingten 8 10 a m1 S 10 ' 10 TIi Great Komnli Brothers, aud Fully Two Hundred Others. ay I.tb, I'srls ....' Arr. WlnchMltr I'J world-t.uious- Sutton, J. 9. Koblnon, Lancaster. Ky,: Thos, Walker. C. C. Chrlsman. Klrksvllle. Kr.! J. Johnson, Ilryant.vllle, Ky.; J I. Daniel, McKln. ney: Ky.; (1. J Nosley, Lebanon, Ky , (Jen. Low-ICnmpbmlsvllle, Kr.; A. A. McGlnnls, Howling (Iron, Ky.; (leo. ilohoi), Judge J W. Hughes, Harrodsburg, Ky.jC, C. bhumate, McAletf, Ky. " - " lncaster Utchmoud .. s, Ijre, Ittclituoud Arr. Bitps " Llvingitoti... KoKrn-BouN- whim a ft 4 w a. a.. j. ,u 50 pm . ,1t a m 10 'Jl pin 11 00 nm i 00 p m B lain S ti p mill tt pm 6 SO pp m IS ti pn.' 10 m 11 ft pm in ,. i.i ft j 0 10 ,m .1 . iitl PIT U'- - si pm '(' ... No. 3 S ' 3 US p Ul S 39 p m 09 a in ' No. 11 No. 1 GIRAFFES Me, ) Journal style of bustle do ladies like beat? ' "To Cow Boys and Frontlors- El Mahdi ant) Egypta, Drill. you the truth, sir, the home-madmon, tell Herds of Camels, I.Iodi the finest gives more satisfaction than any other. Our Droves of Kangaroos, By Uenulno Ilcprccentatlvca of tho Clatses named. Herds of Elands, of their kind en earth. Droves of Antelopes, 1 mean the newspaper bustle, which can Droves ol Bisons, Herds ofZebras, Herds ol GlratTes. Dt oves ot Moose, A Full and Compleie Japanese bi mvle in a few momenta and does not AFRIC AND EB30N, DcnsofAisblan Lions, Dens of Jaguars, Densol A great many ladies will wear Dens of II vena,. cost a cent Circus, OurCoaLBIack Tlgers-t- hs only Ebon.IIucd Herds of Dromrdarlts, Ileus ol Polar Hears, no other kind, because when the papers are Drove of Trained Horses, Dens of Wild Tlgera,' erereeeu. And properly wrapped around a piece of ball The GrcuteHt Arablim Clrcnw g twine it will retain its shape, no matter ever Beheld. J M :. f.v ) bow severely it has been crushed, whereas a aiafc. r itlTA grand Autocbthonlc Collection, consisting of , is deith to a wire cloze seat in a street car 6 '4 ,Ti cotiRlutsnt convocation of nations, in which nu.n- SV rjl WE' 'p :VXXn,'-.. . ifklnd Is represented liy all National Types and CAtsL.t'-itjVVSKK-bustle, and that io the reason why ladies ttSBLtF S." r ., Ethnological Entlrrty yyy-ji5V?r-w- a ?;:..?, -.i - over exhibited. when they rid in the tars spread their !"K9f"ti rsr-rrzw&ss&er. much drwei orer the seat and usurp as Our Grand, Speotacular, Statolyj Splendid, Jl loom hh thfT can Sumptuous, Flashing, Flamirjg LouiaviLLE, Fob. fi, 1373. -- I regard FaraoJa Tooth Wash" ni tbe safest, best I am and most elegant dentifrice Iu use tanveraint with the formula, and therefore tin testify that it contains nothing injuri- e vir-laous to the enatacl cf the teeth, acd by With nourish of Trumpets, liutlngof Drums, (lying of its superior determent and healing colors, Hags, banners and bannerets, uiuklug yroperitlM, and the pleasant aromatic odor A (irnnd, Trluiiiplmnt Jubilation oTIncon-colvabl- o It impirts to the breath, I believe it should Siilcntlor, be ueed by all who desire sound gums all the previous shows of pomp ami Ore white teeth, and a clean sweet mouth. CI. pageantry, la given on tho morning or our entry, free ofchargotoe.il. Atceuool Showy Splendor on tho Bafieymour, Dentist, No. 07 Chestnut near highway 01 town, 3d,'' Prepared only by Famoia Chcmlctl Dpiis Ijv the Score onVIItl Animals Oiibii on the Streols. Twelve Hands of Music. Harns83C(l Elcnliaiits. Caniolf", Elks, V),, Louisville. For Sale by M. L. Bourn Uncssetl. ! Dromedaries and Zebras. Tho (Jrnndcst Street I'rocesBlcn Evei Stanford. a . ar-tianl-ma- la TUE 'J?EV3PArEU ALWAYri. "What The true'Behemoth Immortalized by tbo Inspired wiltlusot Holy Job. On exhlb'tion In the whole world. Ten teams of Llephanta In Silks and SIlTer Haniesi, gaily coniparloned, drawing Ten Golden Chariots. Llephants In harness, Elephants buildlDg Tyramlds. Elephants at tics or Living Witnesses Testify. Memphis, Tenn., Nov. 11, 1E3I. I bare tried Bradilld's Female Uegulator, and find It splendid, and all you claim for It. Respectfully, Hattik A, Lou'B. Due West, 8. Lve. Livingston ...m1 North Amortoan Indians, Scouts, Arr. ltlchmond Lre. Kjwland ...Z. Arr. k."11?,,,ter. Lve. Itlrbmond " Here j ;i0 11 5B ml,... 7 IS a m,.7.. 8 01 00 1 00 22 am am,. n am ,. C, Nov. 17, 1681. 11 I have used one bottle of your I'cmaie Itcgular and can recommend It to tbo nubile n being specific for the dlseaseaof women. Yours truly, IIestkx Sjj'TH. 25 n m OMnni Arr. Winchester 7 00 a m 2 2S a ml 17 Arr Farls 8 03 a in 8 18 a in .. Lve. Lexington ""' Z ? SO p in jj0 pw i.To I'aris Arr.Covlnirton ..MjJOjjucooii ni. 6 Mjim w' 9I.VYMVII.I.R IIKAKUII. NOBTII.riOUNri. v7!Kfe v s &W&bi.1wM&'5"J W&iiOKL-S?.'r'4J9. '.1-C"' -- vf. g, ir- Smltbland, Texas, Nor. 11. 1631. I have been taking your Fcmile Hrgulator and thlul It a great medicine. Have recommenced Is Lvo Covington-..- ., .... " Lexlugton to several ol my friends, who have used It with " l'arli... Arr Maysrlllo..... most happy results. F. M. Wiutiev. Youra truly, SoUTU-rtOPN-- n"y I Dally Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun, 2 UO pm ml 4 SS p ra 8 20 n m' S 2i p 10 40 ft m 7 60 JLW No. SI, (Xo, "51 'Ms a Sfs?oef PHg6SISlf Dally Wcstervllle, Texas, Nor. II, 1881. Ex. Sun-- Ex. Sun Having d your Female Uegulator with treat 3 IU iu . HA .. ... success, and also tho Mother's Frleud with tho Lvo Msysvlliu.. A" rarls.... 6 10 n 11, s 15pm same, result, I send you my thanks nml best wish ngon 0 10a m fi lopm " Ifx Cirlngion cs. I think every lemulo sliouM know of this 11 apis m fi 01 cm boon to woman, namely: Hradflcld's Female UeguNOKK. Train..1 mid i urn ,111,. !,.,..'.. ..... lator and the Motlur's Frleud. cluster. Lexington and Covington; othsr tralnr Mrs. Jamkj TuonrsoN. arudally except Sunday. . Uesjcctlully, Train No. 1 runs via Islington and Paris ICl not via Winchester an! Furls. Linton, Oo., Nov. 10, 1881. Direct coumttlouiRroiiindoat Wlneliester with I have been using yourFemalo Uegulator for somo inanfako x Ohio for Mt. Sterlluc tlmo with tho host of results, and tlndtt to bo Just tiutlngtoii, CbnrlestoD, W. Vn and liasten clt- what you claim for It woman's best friend. RHiI 4 run I ast Line. -- Not. l tfTl.i Mrs. W. L, Ubathi. Kospcctlully, Solid Trains, with PullmaV Steeping Car, ! ! ' CM 71 No. M rvo.w I)7 bit. Ky Wo aro constantly rceslvlng such voluntary tea. tlmony. Send for our Treatise on the Diioi'c? tl Woman, mailed tree. Addrts . UaiDHKLD KMUDiToa Co,. Atlanta, Oa. For salo by UK. M. I.. BOUIINK, Stanford. ; I ! I iiiroucn tickets rnd begaud cllcckpd to an r destination rencbo.1 by srsllriioj. y. n, WHITTLESEY, 8.F. u. .11UIUK-- , Covlnzton. Kt. C. W. SMITH. Ooneral Manager. I inton, II. W. FULLEIt, Tr"' .''- - &-.-. . ,. ' ,nJf -- f & 5.